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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 21, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta FOUR THK LETHBRIDGE THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21, FRESH from the GARDENS OF THE FINEST TEA PRODUCING COUNTRY IN ISLAND OF CEYLON MOAT ATI AM FUL-REFRESH ING AT ALL GROCERS TEA Tuxedo Pure Food Products Are You Satisfied with your milk !f not, phone 347 for Fresh Milk, Cream and Butter COX SON Box 80 HON. W.J. 'BRYAN TO CANADIANS (Continued from Front Page.) him the bert education that could1 possibly be got. -He would 'hen haw a Trained intellect to guide the j hand and the companionship VQ write P. 0. Box 1915, Alta. FOR -team of 6 year old geldings. Thoroughly broken. Apply Box P., Herald Office. -f, 262-6 FOR milk cows cHeap. Ap-'' ply T. A. Viner, Bailey St Ward. _ 260-6 con the court imposed a fine of I and costs upon Lanzett who .was giv- Cache. en so long to get tie loog green. The S yt-llowman now has a fit of the blues i PHILANTHROPIST DEAD and is disgusted with both the red-1 Louisville', Ky., Oct. coats and redmen and also the white-j G-. retired manufacturer and BurdetTst" man's laws. i philanthropist, died late last night In Chinese arithmetic he is trying to figure out the profits on -the trans- WANTED-15 carpenters at once'. Ap- ply Oliver Manufacturing Co. 249-0 RANGE FOR of the very best makes 4-hole range, complete with reservoir, large -warming' closet. A snap at Apply P.O. Box 1997. 260-S WANTED-A respectable girl. Apply Jtord.- tot. vaat. Apply after 4. general Mrs. Barford. 258-0 9L I UP to He ya time s' actively identified of his death, with FOR shop at. Milk River. Business large and grow- ing. Well equipped. Apply Halm- rast and Rusehell, Milk River. FOR first class "Crown water front and high warming closet; four holes. Used a small drop; this morning from 82- to tf an example, of. what'-i 80 -ioi No. 1 Northern 1 Northern 0 SO No. 2 Northern No, 3 Northern 0 74 No.. 1 Alberta Red 0 79 No. 2 Alberta Red 0 76" No. 3 Alberta Red .Oats, per cwt. Barley Cattle on the hoof: Steers, per Ib 0 Q3% Cows, per ib. 0 02% Live, per cwt 0 00 Dressed, per cwt. 0 00 Sheep: Live, per cwt 000 Dressed, per cwt. 0 00 Butter and EggS: Dairy butter 0 25 Creamery butter EggS, per ...-''0 30 Vegetables: Potatoes, per cwt. 1 00 Onions, per Ib. 003 FecJ Hay .prairie 0 00 Hay, blue joint 0 00 Hides: Dry 0 12 Cured 0 Rendered Tallow. No. 1, per Ib 0 00 No. 2. per Ib 0 00 0 73 070 i 0 25 j 1 00 1 o oo o oo 8 50 11 00 8 00 10 00; 0 30 P 35 0 40 1 50 O'Oo great heart did. When a great he'a't I engaged in a great work it does more than mark.' an 'epoch! in the world's history. The Christian Endeavor so-' j.c.ie.ties with three half million j members was another great example. The influence of those who have been 'instrumental in starting movements j in religion and social advancement cannot be bounded. What a Man Can Earn Regarding the accumulation of wealth he had been often asked how i'much a man could earn. His answer had been 'not more than he honestly earns. It not earned honestly it is called stealing. He earns not more than the value of service he renders to society. He believed it to render even a hundred million dollars worth of service to humanity, but he those who have Teamed that amount he had noticed had never had time to collect it and tha people who have collected Lifebuoy Soap is freshing for bath or toilet, jng underclothing it is' 'unequalled Cleanses and purifies. j action of selling a fifty cent bottle for a dollar and then paying a fifty dollar fine. But the most amusing part of the j cace was when Plainwoman was giv- 1 ing evidence .and the Redcoat asked the redman what was in the. bottle. I pl-ainwoman said he knew what was i in the bottle. "because the Chinaman i always gave, it to The Orien- scowled 'but a general snicker j I went around room. j several -charitable institutions. energetic young man. Must be able to handle type- writer and keep double entry set ofj books. One' preferred who has'ex-' short time. Bay Co. Apply Mgr. Hudson's 263-6 attributed his long life .and full; re- periejice in real estate Apply tention of hi.? faculties to .temperance! to Frank A. Helgerso'n r i Land and Investment- Co.. 260-0 f. I v i wet; nurse for baby 3 TUP i iniino i jm'bnths old. ''Apply at" once to'Mrs, THE LIQUOR. LI- j R. G. Addison. 321 Crabb St. 261-0 CENSE ORDINANCE MISCELLANEOUS WANTS is the good of put- ting away that which you can't use or wear, such as cast off etc. I pay cash for old shoes, hats, guns, pistols and musical in- struments, trunks, etc. Apply Albert- Hand Store, Redpath St., Box dipper. Exper-i9V'Lethbridge.- Application for- a. New Hotel License ienced. preferred. Kandy 'Eitchen. Apply Rochon's 263-3 j lady stenographer, experienced. APPLICATION has-; been made by j Land Co_ It will pay you to with j Charles W. Smith and'Robert Pallis- Apply Beagle Maxwell 263-0' _ it' hare; been too busy collecting it to 10 00 13 ?0 ''14 004% 0 03% Public the premises situate 6n lots 15' 16, -Block 8. Burdett.. Alberta. i gt This application will be considered i_ by the Board of License efs; at a meeting, to'be held at. Leth-.j bridge on Tuesday, November 23rd, j- 1909. at 11 o'clock a.m. DATED AT EDMONTON this 18th. i girl at once. Ap- ply Mrs. A. B. Ripley, 289 Brunton i 263-0 SITUATIONS WANTED part Good ''Water lens 'Bood 'Healtli earns.' If not earned honestly it is j the' largest scale are who have had heart back of mind. Carlyle re- i'marked "Back of thought is" j when he emphasized the importance thought. Love., he stated, was j The Greatest Power in tho World When the sympathy of a man be- comes broad enough to take in the whole world then he is able to go a jjreat work tin-- value of which cannot be. estimated in dollars. Th-r- Y. M. C. are trying to increase the number of such people. He was glad that God did not make You insure both by using" the Berkcfeld Filter. The Berfcefeld Fil- ter removes all impurities from water, including cholera, typhoui and other i OUr happiness depend on what other disease bacilli pl do for us we ghould be more It is scientifically constructed and r ;is known M used" in every bzicterio-i miserable, n it aeppncs OR v.-nat we logical laboratory in the world, and is j do for others it i. Tenders SEALED TENDERS will be receiv- ed by the under jigned up to and in- cluding the 31st day of October 1909 for th-3. construction of a Water Works system in the "town of Taber. All tenders to be accompanied by a certified cheque for 5 pssr cent, of bid. Plans and specifications can be at the office of the Secretary Treasurer. The lowest or any tender not ne- cessarily accepted. GEO. C. MILLER, Secretary-Treasurer. TABER: 12th October, 1909. prefer steam 'or gasoline engineering or machine work. Apply H. E. Warnsss, Canadian Res- taurant, near depotl 261-6 and wife seek situa- tion on, farm or ranch. Man used to stock and farm work. Wife a good housekeeper. Apply Box 6. Herald Office. 261-5 second-hand" tents i' Apply Box: 94, City.; driving horse. Would give new furniture in exchange Turpin Furniture .Co. 261-6 MISCELLANEOUS the time to 'get- trees put 'in.'' Supplied and .planted ;50c eack. Guaranteed. Ap- ply T.' VanHeck, 303 Bompus Street, or P: 0. Bpx 1374. MONET TO pay rent when, we .can let you have money enough to' build your own house at 6 per. cent. We loan money" on all kinds' of city 'property, on terms that cannot be> made by others.. we get the money where it ifl cheap. All kinds or farm loans ne- gotiated at 7 and. S per cent. Be sure and see us irhen you want 'money. Phone' -394. Empire Land .Co., Ott Block. 252-0, POSITION class j cook wants job, hotel or restaurant. Replies. P. 0. Box 1153 Calgary, 63-6 TO RENT TO unfurnished rooms, equipped with all modern conven- iences. Close in.. Applv 519 Glvn St. 264-3 TO: 'bedroom, well ,fur- nisKfed, in modern house; private fam- ily; ;terms 'moderate. Apply Street, 'half- a. block south of Central PONY 384. J. Fig- gins. Light draying a specialty. Storage. All orders promptly at- tended to. Orders taken at City Harness Store. School. 263-0-x TO room. Modern. Also "heater, for sale. -Apply. 303 Brun- ton TO sunny roprn, furn- two men. Terms reasonable. Close in. Apply 424 Smith St. .259-6 FOR for horses and TYPEWRITER SUPPLIES j 4 miles southeast of Lethbridge. tel, workshop, pubic building or .should one, and no dwelling house should be without one. Boiling your drinking water is a .laborious; and the cddross expressed the thanks of making it safe, lou do not have to t do this if you use jtlie Canadian Club to Mr. Bryan for BERKEFELD FILTER his words on inspiration and sug- The greater reward is in the giving. Mr. Chivers at the conclusion of Filters for all ..purposes and in all are manufactured and supplied- j M Oar representative will call on the! households of the City within the next few days with a sample filter, f and .will explain its working and fur- nish all particulars fienic safeguard. as to this hy- Ybti cannot afford to be without it. Agent: T. E. Patteson Room 7 Oliver Block gested that as a close the company- sing; the Na- tional Anthem. The luncheon closed with the chorus of "God Save the sung with a vigor it has seldom before been sung in Lethbridge. It will pay you to trade with us. Pioneer Lumber Co. 242-26 Credit of N'-ne Months, bankable paper, will be granted on all sums of over This is a Closing Out Sale an (Tall articles offer- ed will be sold without reserve. WL. Wilson Auctioneer all machines. Carbon box, 100 sheets, from Copying Ream, from Agents for the REMINGTON MACHINES Call and get terms WESTERN STATIONERY CO. of straw. Argyle 'Aye. Apply F'. H. Cox. 34 256-6 SYNOP.SIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS .Any person wno is Eire sole head o! a family, or any male over 18 old, may homestead a quarter-section ol available Dominion land in Mani- toba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. The applicant must appear in person the Dominion Lands Agency or Sub- '.Agency for. the., district. ..EBi-y bj proxy may be made at any_ agencj tsr of intending homesteader. residence upoti and cultivatiob of the land in eacb of three years. A homesteader 'maj :live within nine miles, of -nis home on a farm of at least. 60 acrti solely owned and occupied by him 01 by his father, mother, son, daughter. brother -or sister. In certain districts a homesteader in., good stancling may pre-empt quarter-section alongside his horns- stead. Price per acre. Duties. -Must reside six months in eaco of .six years from date of TO'" house. Apply Mrs. E. N. Ad- dition. 256-0 room, suitable for two. Every convenience. Apply Un- ion Grocery, opposite Barracks. 261-6 ROOMS TO furn- rooms. 'and and cold water. Apply John Can- i tin. Hill Block.. 258-12 A.S. Bowman President We wil1 also at the same time and place offer Two Sections .of Land in .Township S, Range 17, being Sections 10 and 15. land one-tenth cash, balance 9-eq-iwl ;'-.'.v L W. Harrington j- J o Tl FOR on Williams St. per month. R. V. Gibbons. 258-O Draying and General Transfer TO room, suit- to b'e for two, board if desired. Apply 'Crxic, 1229, Bompas St.- east of Bar- racks.' -260-6 HOST OR STRAYED Prompt attention to all Coal Orders. C. O. D. Phone 365 return of fout roares -branded LM on left shoulder and.1 seven geldings branded 7L or leit hip, "Notify tA. A. Johnston. Lethbridge'; Alta. 209-0 entry (inciudinc; the time required tc homestead patent) and fifty acres extra. A homesteader who has exhausted bis homestead right and cannot ob- tain a pre-emption may take pur chased homestead i n certain districts Price per acre, .reside six months in each of three years, cultivate fifty acres and a W.W.COBT. Deputy Minister of tbt -r publi thi1' idvertisemsnt will not frtT GENERAL TEAMING Having bought out Win.1 Taylor's transfer business, I am prepared to do all Kinds of cartage. Satisfaction guar- vanteed. Coal delivered'C.O.D.Geo. N. McLean, Glyn Phone 131. 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. General Lethbridge, and: he will call -on .you: 252-11 ;