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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 20, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta FOUR THfe LETHBFMDGE DAIU WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 20, I.NI. THE FINEST TEA THE WORLD PRODUCES II SALADA I! Sold iu sealed lead packets At all grocers 40c, and 60c per pound TEA Are You Satisfied with your milk supply ?jg If not, phone 347 for Fresh Milk, Cream and Butter COX SON Box SO SHOOTS BOY FOR THE SPORT OF IT Fourteen Year Old Boy Kiils Aftother on a Train by Shooting at the i Cars for Sport i Big Timber, Mont.. Oct. j j stray bullet this afternoon from a .22 {calibre ride instantly killed Joseph' Leek, agc-d 1-1, as he sat looking out' of a car window" on a west bound train. The lad, with, his mother, brother and two sisters, Ic-it Si- Paul and were en route to Tacoma. Th." bullet struck the boy squarely in the eye and death was instantateous.; Tarry Wadswcrth, aged 14, was ar-' rested and confessed that he took a; pat shot at the train for the "sport; of it." Tuxedo Pure Food Presets Demonstrated ail this week, commencing Thursday Extracts, Icings, Jelly Powders, Spices, Coffees. These are first class products. You are invited to investigate their merits. We're here because we are confident we can give you complete satisfaction in Groceries, Fruit and Confectionery. Call and ask for the Brands we handle. Carload of Niagara Fruit unloaded to-day, consisting of Apples in baskets, Grapes, Quinces, Tomatoes; also Tokay Grapes and Celery It will pay you to trade with us. Pioneer Lumber Co- 242-26 CRADDOCif VINER FAMILY GROCERS Sherlock Block, Redpath Street Safe to Let For Storage. Safe 23in. x 56in. in- side can have use of for two years free for storage. Can be had at once if in a good dry E. J., Herald Office. Daily Herald Market Place anything to ttdl or m rent place it in this column. If yon waut anything use this column. 23c insertion 6 insertions for LAND FOR SALE FOR three. m; from Taber. 200 acres ready for c: Price per acre. Terms 1-2 c; until paid. Int. 5 per cent. Call E. B. Tainter, 259 FOR a bargain, south hallp .of 9-8-19. If interested, phone j or call at our office. Room 11, aril Block. Imperial Developments! Co., Ltd. SITU A nONS VACANT once, keeper to take Good house- of home. Mo- ther temporarily sick. 5 children. 2 girls old, enough to help. -Stephen t', _ I. _ _ _. _ i _ _ _ .For Private Sale Bosch, Diamond City, town. Residence in, 262-2 good genei al servant at i PIANO in ebonized tone j.once. Family of two. Apply Mrs. E.1 new. 1 Apply Manager, THE ENSIGN CO. Acadia -Block Redpath St. City of Lethbridge i H. Wilsonr Cor. Redpath. Ashmead. v.; experienced dress- maker sewing by the day. Apply Miss M. J. Schmitz, Box 2, Lethbridge. x 262-6 FOR proposition v pay its way. Will rent 1-2 section rigated land 21-2 miles from Letbll bridge; 9 room house, cistern, ce} j lar and phone-. Stable 22 horses, acres in fall wheat. Stubble mostly turned. worth of hay ed .annually. Renter must buy fo (No cash if secured) all eh'inery, cattle, horses and he hold furniture. Big chance to 50 to 100 per cent, of' these brooc mares, stallio'n and butter cows? Terms to suit. Apply Box 85 Herald! PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given I. Nov. 1; as soon as that the uajnes of tenants occupying -i convenient, :good general servant, assessable property in the. City of t Good- wages paid. Apply 650-Crabb St. Lethbridge have not been inserted, on j 260-6 the Assessment Roll for 1909, and allj such who1 are desirous for voting at j good general servant. [the forthcoming _ municipal -elections, Apply Mrs. J. J. Johnston, cor., Glyn GEO. KERR BUYS OUT BRADBEER CO. AMERICANS AFTER IDOLS Victoria, B. C., Oct. Chuow says there been a great increase in the -1 macid by Americans for image of I'.mHah. The Tokio paper says: "Tuis indicates that even MARKETS LETHBRIDGE Northern No. 2 Northern.......... No. 3.-Northern 1 Alberta Red No. 2 Alberta Red 3 Alberta Red Qats, per cwt. Barley Flax Cattle on the hoof: Steers, per Ib. Cows, per Ib. 0 02% Live, per cwt........ 0 00 Dressed, per cwt. 0 00 Sheep: Live, per cwt........ J3 00 Dressed, per cwt. 0 00 Butter and Eggs: Dairy butter 025 Creamery butter Eggs, per dozen Vegetables: Potatoes, per cwt. 1 00 Onions, per Ib. 0 03 Feed: Say .prairie........ 0 00 Hay, blue joint......0 00 'Hides: Dry ....V............. 0 12 Cured Rendered. Tallow: No. 1, per Ib. v.. 0 00 No. 2, per Ib. 0 00 0 82 079 0 76 0 81 0 78 .0 75 070 0 25 1 00 000 0 00 880 n oo 8 00 00 0 30 0 35 0 40 50 0 05 1000 13 EO .VH 08% 004X Q-Q3X This morning Geo. Kerr bought out i American citizens have lately begun the grocery business of G. BradbeerJto wor snip "idols." on! MACKAY WILL RESIGN Toronto, Oct. provincial Liberals will hold a convention, here Macka'y is expected to resign. PEERLESS ORATOR Grain Commission 20 Lmeham blk., Calgary, Alfa. 314 Grain Exchange, Winnipeg. Consignments Solicited Liberal Advances Co., and will take possession November 1st. Mr. Kerr has been a resident of Lethbridge for many years and is well known in the district. He manages the grocery department of, the Hudson's Bay Co.'s stores some j on the 22nd., when the Hon. A. G. years ago, and also acted more re- cently as manager of the Adams Lumber yard, lie understands the grocery business thoroughly, and has the enterprise and push that guaran- tees the'fact that he will, conduct a thoroughly up-to-date business. Bradbeer Bros, have to a large patronage and turn it over in- to good hands. The present proprietors will re-1 main residents of the city and will be in the business arena again in thej near future. They have made -a rep- j utation of being wide-awake young; business men who held the of the "Store of Quality" as an up- to-date establishment, .1 NIGHT SCHOOL Thorough instruction in .Commercial and. Shorthand branches, Civil Service and English. For phone or write Geo. J. Schmidt, Principal. .Garbutt Business College Phone 263 P.O.Box 1291 must make application to the under- signed on or before October 25th to j have their names added to the Voters' List, otherwise, it will' be impossible for them to exercise their franchise. G. W. ROBINSON, Bomoas St. 160-0 Stenographer one ac- customed to land business preferred. Address Box 197 Taber. 259-6 Tenders Office! 255-C A GREAT B. 'C. .fruit lands. 10 acre tract for sale' cheap! Very easy tenns. No interest. Raili road facilities for shipping. Al Or, will exchange for city properfcj it taken soon. J. Francis, "Lethbridgs P.O. or last tent west of .new stear" laundry, 6 o'clock.- 258-< FOR acres of choice ianc, 3 miles, from good town, all fenced! 20 acres sat, 120 acres atul ble. Balance-prairie meadowy whicL, can -be broken desired.' This is Al piece of land :and is only 13 mil- from Lethbridge. Pricj- for quick -sa per .acre, ?800 cash. balan_ one-half crop payments with interest at 8 per cent: Apply Canadian Res Estate Co., Bryan Block, Room woodsmen. Highest j going paid. Elk Lumber Co. j F. G. Waters, superintendent, Hot-1 irier, B. Ci 237-0 Phone 211. :ROPERTY FOR SALF SEAXED TENDERS -will be receiv- f t lo carpenters at once. -Ap- i ;__A.4 r_ rilv OHtror Jed by the undesigned up to and in-jPlv Oliver-Manufacturing Co. eluding -Hie 31st day of October 1909 249-0 F.: for trie construction of Violin receive pupils on his Works system an 'the town .of a Water KEEP OUT FOREIGN MONEY j Ottawa, 18 Commissioner Jackson at Shanghai I reports to the trade- and commerce j irepartment that drastic regulations axe being taken by- the Chinese gov- ernment to currency of the HON W J BRYAN Lectures- Tonight -in Who Lectures- Tonight -in Knox kingdom on former basis. After five Church Under the Auspices of the years it is proposed .to prohibit the Young ;Men's Club. ".Subject "The circulation :of foreien Prince of Peace." ERNEST -theory. _... return from the Lyceum. Concert O.'s -faHSit6ur about ,wesk of Private lessons. Tor tenns and particulars apply'to Mr. E. TJ. ANOTHER WORLD'S t Seattle, Wash., Oct. San Francisco has made pTeliminarv plans, to hold a world's fair in com- memoration of the Panama Camal was the statement, here last night, by Filched, executive com- missioner from California to the Alas- ka fnkon Pacific Exposition., LIKELY CASE OF SUICIDE Winnipegbsis, Man., Oct.. shall Parlee was found drowned. :in the .lake today. It is" thought to "be a of suicide, as often complained of being unwell. over, 60 years of, age. All tenders tpvbe accompanied by a certifieci cheque for' 5 psr cent, of bid. Plans and specifications can be at the office of .the Secretary Treasurer. The lowest or any tender not ne- cessarily accepted. respectable girl. Apply 1010 Ford St. 257-) CARPENTERS. inside finish work. Have 5 houses to.finish. Will have steady work all winter for a gang of men. Apply new cottage northeast of Stacey's -Lumber; Co. Yards, Nortn Ward." J. H. White.'-58-6 FOR houses, new and to date, just east of Westminster ons William street. These .axe snaps worth Price each. cash: Balance'' per The .Canadian p Oo: 9, TBryan I 258-6 FOR 6 cottage, Coutts St., cash; Bal. Rents -for per month, R. V .Gibbon Co. 263-3 rant. Apply after 4. 419 Burdett St. Mrs; Barford. ,258-0 First" class bopk-keeper at once for general merchandise store. Must have ref exe-nces. ;Apply GEO.. C. MILLER, ;iat Smith Bros. Wilson's office. Secretary-Tireasurer.1 TABER: 12th October. 1909. SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN j LAND: v j 'trte Smoke "Duke's manufac-j a or any 18 yeari tured by bridge. Bright energetic young man. 'Must be able to handle type- writer and keep double entry, set! of books j One preferred who has ex- perience in real estate office. Apply to Frank A. Helgerson Land and Investment Co. 260-0 general' sery- ant. Apply Mrs. Anderson. Union Bank. 260-4 waitress. Canadian Res- tauranti H. J. Cunningham. Leth- old, may homestead a quartet-sectiox-i t 1 J 260-6 Prices in store Fort "William. Cars past Winnipeg, Calgary, Alta., Oct. 15, Closing Cash Grain Closing Prices WHEAT Nc. 1 Northern OATS BARLEY No. 3. 1 n.w...... 1 Man.---- 1.54 '1-52 T. E. PATTESON, Agent Lethbridge. WINNIPEG MARKETS Winnipeg, Man.', j opened -i- to f and closed f to i lower to-day. All markets opened j about yesterday's closing prices and i held steady all morning until just "be-i fore the close when there was an up- j turn of one cent from the low pace. All markets closed strong at the top. All news was bearish, but Patten sold .a good deal of wheat during the day. Reaction was expected after de- cline of the last.few -days. Winnipeg, opened, October De- cember May closed, Qcto- i HEATERS I! Decem- i ber 97 December Oats, October closed ber 32-1-; May Chicago, December opened May closed, December 104f Mar e weather reminds us that winter is very close. Buy your heaters now and prepare hand. W; Harrington Draying and General Transfer J. t T i J. T JL I II l-f Prompt attention to all Coal j Orders. C. O. D. Phone 365 I sue The old Freight Shed north of track Parties purchasing to remove same and clean up ground within thirty days. Proposals for same will be ceived up to Monday, September 27th The Alberta Railway and Irrigation Co. LETHBRIDGE. ot available Dominion land in coba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. Tbt applicant; must appear in person the Dominion Lands Agency or But Agency for the district. EntTy bj proxy in ay be made at any jagencj Ur of intending months' residence upoj. and cultivation of the Jand in eacis' of three years. A "homesteader maj (live within nine miles .of nis borne t" stead on a farm of at 60 acrftt solely owned and occupied by him ot father, mother, son, daughter- brother- or. sister. In certain districts a homesteadm in good standing may pre-empt t quarter-section alongside .Ma stead. per acre. Duties reside six months in eact of .six years from daie of bomteteac entry (including the time required u earn homestead patent) And fifty acres extra. A homesteader who bat exhauftted MB homestead right and eanaot ob- tain a pre-emption may take PUT chased houieJBtead in certain diatricu' Price 13.00 per acre. reside, six months in each of three years, cultivate ,fifty" acres and a house f 300.00. W.W.COB1. Deputy Minister of the -r... publi i- tbi' will not Inr for, baby -3 months at once to Mrs. R. G. Addison, 321 Crabb St. 261-0 Chocolate :dipper. Exper- ienced preferred. Katch-en. Apply Rochon's SPECIAL OAKS SOLE AGENTS: HAYR BROS. I' I T I Young .lady "stenograph ef, experienced. Land Co. Apply ..Beade. Marrwell 263-0 ply Krs. A. B. "Ripley." 289 Brunton St.- v-263-0 VISCELLANEOUS FOP SALE. FOR a! thriving town on main1 line C. P.'R... Implement Lumber yard business, together with office and two lots.., A paying propo- sition for live man. For- particulars write Alta; P. 0. Box 1915, Lethbridge, '1.262-6 FOR team of 6 year old geldings. ,Thoroughly broken. Apply Box Office: 262-6 FOR, milk cows cheap. Ap- ply T. A. Viner, Bailey St.. 'North Ward. r '260-6 RANGE FOR, SALE--One of the very .bast makes, 4-hole range, complete with, large large -warming ploset. A-snap at "Apply P.O. Box 260-6 TOR.- at Milk Business large and-grow- -Well equipped. Apply Halm- rast. and Ruschell, Milk River. FOR party leaving the City; .Model L.20- steam car; a five passenger. Touring Car, equipped with new system 'of regulation; bar- gaih, if taken soon. Address Box 203 City..... t 255-6 SITUATIONS WANTED i taken" in j done at private homps. Good' j at- reasonable Mrs; .Botham i Torrance Ave., beside railway track 222-Ox POSITION bookkeeper or accountant able to .speak English. Fre'nch languages. Can furnish first class references. Apply Box 2, City P. 0. 258-6 A. J-; and expert builder, of Minneapolis. Am prepar- ed to build -stores, flats, houses; mills and factories of every design and material. Write him c-o Leth- bridge Hotel and he will call on you. 262-5 WM. J. St., Duff Addition. Contractor and builder. Estimates freely given. It will pay you to call before building. PONY EXPRESS-Phone 384. OV-Fi gins. Light draying a specialty.; Storage. All orders promptly at- tended to. -taken at City Harness Store. GENERAL TEAMING Having bought out Wm. Taylor's transfer business, I am prepared to "do all Rinds of cartage. Satisfaction anteed. Coal delivered C.O.D. Geo; N. McLean, Glyn St., Phone 131.' 1 f Phone 75 P.O. Box 27 r I TYPEWRITER SUPPLIES Ribbons for ail machines.. 11 Carbon Paper, per sheets, from............ .'.S3 Copying Paper, ream, from Agents for the REMINGTON MACHINES Cali and get termi, WESTERN STATIONERY CO. Toronto, Ont., Oct. Corletti of 505 Ontario was found dead on the stairway No. 4 Leader Lane, yesterday. Heart fail- ure. He was 65 years old. prefer nr gasoline engineering or machine work. Apply E. Warness, Canadian Res- class' "Crown front and high warming closet; four a short time. Apply Mgr. Hudson's Bay Go; 263-6 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS WANTED TO- broken horse for laundry delivery wagon. Weight between and Ap- "Xethbfidge Laundry Co. 251-0 is the good of put- ting away', '-that '._which you can't use or such oS., clothing, etc. tausant, I pay, cash for "old shoes, and wife seek situa- tion on. farm or ranch. Man used to work.-.-Wife a good 261-6 1 hats, guns, pistols and musical in- struments, trunks, etc. Apply Albert- 2nd Hand Store, Redpath St., Box housekeeper. Office.-., Apply Box 6. Herald 261-5 POSITION class cook wants job, hotel or restaurant. Replies. P. 0. Box 1158 Calgary-. 63-6 TO RENT TO room. Modern. Also heater for sale, ton St.' Apply SOS'Brun- 262-6 TO sunny room, furn- ished, suitable for two men. Terms 94, Lethbridge. second-hand tents. Apply Box 94, City. driving -v horse. Would give new furniture in exchange Turpin Furniture Co. 261-6 MISCELLANEOUS TREE is the time to get trees put Supplied and planted 50c each. Guaranteed. Ap- ply T. VanHeck, 303 Street, or P. .0. Box 1374. 262-6 MONEY TO pay rent reasonable. CJose in. Apply 424 j we can let you have money Smith St. 259-61 enough to build your own house at per cent. We loan money on all FOR for horses and! kinds of city property, on terms that 'cannot be made by others, because we get the money from where it is cheap. All kinds of farm loans ne- gotiated at 7 and 3 per cent. Be sure and see us when yon want money. cows, 4 miles southeast of Lethbridge. Lots of straw. "Apply F. H. Cox, 34 Argyle Ave. 256-6 TO Seven roomeci brick house. pply Mrs. E. N. Wakely, Duff Ad- dition. 256-0 Phone 394. Empire Block. Land "Co., Ott TO Large furnished bedroom sxiitable for 2 gentlemen. Central.' LOST OR STRAYED Modern conveniences. 416 Burdett 258-6 TO room, suitable for two. Every convenience. Apply Un- ion Grocery, opposite 261-6 ROOMS TO furn- 'ished rooms. Well heated and lighted. Hot and cold water. Apply John Can- tin, Room 2 Hill Block. 258-12 S150 of four mares on left "shoulder, and seven -gelBings branded 7L on left -hip. Notifv A. A. Johnstoa. Lethbridge. Alta" 209-0 on Williams St. per month. R. V, Gibbons. 253-0 TO room, suit- able for two, board if deeired. Apply Craig, 1229, Bompas St. east of Bar- racks. NOTICE OF IMPOUNDMENT Notice is hereby given that I have in the City Pound near 1 Hospital, the following described animals: bay mule, no visible brand; and One black nrule. no visible brand. JOSEPH GILLESPIE. 263-1 Chief of Police. It will pay you to with ut. Pioneer Lumbtr Co. 2I2-" ;