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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 22, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta faire THE LKTHBKIDGE DAILY HERALD Saturday, October PROFESSIONAL CARDS EDUCATIONAL LEGAL JOHN3TONE Harris- ARCHITECTS T. Whit- ney Block. Late- of Williams Bros., Architects. Detroit F. B. ROLFSQN- Whitney Block. -Architect. Room 9, ____and solicitors. Office, Union Bank, Letbbrldge, L. M. Jotiu-, i tone; J. Norman Ritchie. OWYBEARE, CHURCH Me AR- Solicitors. N'o- tanc'S Public and Commissioners. Conyooare Block, LeUibridge, Alta. 5 aim Koines.. Money to j ERNEST CARVER, M.B.A.A., M.R. !otn tij Canadian of lomnserce Bidg. '.V. C. Simmons; S. J. SUcpherd. JAS. A. Macdonaid Brock, Redpatb Street. Leth bridge, A.. A.A.L, Sherlock Block. Phone 1241. Block. M. W. A. I Architects. 2l es lessons in voice ctddvatjoa, or- gan asd pianoforte.playing and the- ory. Candidates.prepared for musi- cal examinations, 710 Couftland Sc, Phone 420. MISS GERTRUpE CJP.T.CJL... of piano, organ, theory and concert accompaniment. Will receive pupils on. and after Sep- tember 1st at the Lethbridgc Cos servatory of Music. Meets first snd thirc1 Saturdays in K. of F Hall at o'clock. Brethren are cordl.illy in'.rJted J. McBRlDE SHIVELY, P. GUS. NSIDIG. S. LGluc: PRJDE OF ALBERTA NO. 293 Sons of England Benefit Societ Meets In the OdaEelibws' Hall every first and third Wednesday of the mouth ai 8 p. m. For lull particulars asply F. T. Robins, A J. Warren, W. President. Sec., Eos 57 CALEDONIAjS7 HALL The Caletlonraa Hall is open to let for dances, parties, banquets, etc. Beat floor in city, steam heated, kitch- en in connection, all modern conven- fonces. Parties wishing to engage ap- to J. H. Keliie, Western. Plumbing H. C. C. SALMON receives pupils in all branches of Pianoforte Playing and Theory. Candidates prepared for London, Eng., and Toronto Ex- aminations. 705 Dufferin .street (corner G'ya and P. O. oox; 133. Fnone 1162. MUSIC experienced Ngraduate teacher, late of Nor- mal School, Springfield, S. D, per term of 20 lessons. Mrs, E. A. Halverson, 1212 Bompas St. 195-Ox DP. J. A, Physician and I MISS MARGARET FRASER, A.T.C.M First Class, Honor Graduate of Dr Surgeon. Acccucher. Office and resi- 1 Edward Fischer, Musica1 Director of ce-'ce 1210 Courtland St. Phone 1246. j tie Toronto of Music TEACHER OF PIANO ANO THEORY SPECIALTY Pupils in a DR. CRAWFORD Physician, Surgeon and Accoucher. Office Stafford Blk 567. Residence Bartlett St.. phone 52 L. 2-5; 7-9, Office hours, 10-12; THE DAINTY PRtV.TE HOSPITAL Maternity work a specialty. Grad- uate nurse in charge. DR. and Sur frpon. Bryan block. Room 21. Office tears, ?-12; 2-5; v-10. Phone 658. VIAVI grades prepared for the Toronto Con- servatory examinations, will receive a thoro.ngli and artistic musical edu cation, preparing chem fully for tfcu teaching profession, for the concert church and platform work, as well a- for the drawing room and .the socia" circle. Personal consultation In Studio in the GOODMAN BLOCK Redpath St. Lethbridjje, A1ta Vlavi offices .1217 Bompas street. Hours 30-12 a. m., 5-3 p. m. Mrs. Annie Lingard, i manager- P. 0, Box 2061. Phone 1236. NUBSING Nursing Mission dis- trict work: Obstetrical, medical and emergency. Office hrs., before 9 a_m., 1-2.30 p.m., 6-7 evening. Miss E. Robinson in charge, 530 Bartlett St eL 1233. J. B. GASKEJ.L, for engagements in vaudeville, dramat- ic and operatic work, can. supply orchestras of from two pieces up, lor cances, banquets, etc. Box 470. 444 Torrance Avenue. SURVEYING J. F. HAMILTON, Land Surveyor. Irrigation ana Hy- dranlic Engineer. Rcoms 5 and 6 Whitney Blocfc. P. 0. box 657. Phone 1042. DENTAL DR. M. J. araduate cf College nf Den.in" Toronto, ar.fi holder ol a Dom.'aloa Denial "Oifiie MacdonaltJ Block. Phone 1C71. W. H. YOUNG, Land Surreycr; mine -urveyor; irrigation engineer. P. 0 Block. Phone 51L R. E. Industrial Spurs. Railways. "Yarci Layouts, Water Supplies, Sewerage. Irrigation, Plans, Estimates, etc.. 211 Sherlock Block. Phone 1438- DR: GARNET T. grad- Royal ToUssr 01 Deiv.ai Sur- ficor.s. 1 cronto. Ofjfice 21'- Sbericrt Hours 9-12. 1-5. Phone C. DE LA and Mining Engineer; Irrigation Engi- neer: Dominion Land Surveyor. Room 211, Sherlock Building. UNDERTAKING SINGING Director Embalmer. and black hearses. Parlors open day and nigbt at four doqrs west of post office. Exclusive agency for the i---------------------- Canary Sommcrville Marble Co. D. WIN'G Phone 361. Residence Phone 1176. MISS URSULA ARCHER wiil lier in Voice Culture on and after Sept. Gth at the Letlibridge Conservatory of Music, corner o.' Bompas snd Ash mead Streeii. ACCOUNTANTS R. G. Director and j Enibalmer. Graduate of San Fran- cisco college, and Cincinnati coilege. I lates; raethodsr of emoalmins; black funeral cars; monuments sold and up; all work strictly under the of R. G. Addison Lady in attendance. Office, 321 Crabb Street, Lethbridge; Phone Chartered accountam Audits, liquidations, general account- ing, and advice thereon, Acadia Block, Lpthbririge, Alia. MANICURING, ETC. MISS V. goods. ha'r dressing, manicure, comoiass made HP, orders iRKea for Spirilla corsets. Acadia Block., Redpath St., Lethbridge Lethbridge Caledonian Society Meets Caledonian Hall, Glyn St., Mondays and Thursdays, from S till jO.30 p. m. All Scotchmen welcoma J. B. Gibbon, A. L. Johnston, President. Secretary, Box 500. bridge and Stirling ;o some point or the international Boundary between Ranges 24 and 39, W. 4. (e) Such branch lines from line as raay be authorized by the Governor in Council. DATED at London, the 10th October. '10. DAVID AMEY, Secretary NDREW T. THOMPSON. Ottawa Agen-t. 265-1 FOR SxlO, boarded up 3 feet, making over !J ft. wall, good Leth I floor. for the whole outfit. Ap NOTICE The Canadian Pacific Railway Com- will apply to the Parliament of anada at its jaext session for an Ac' jxtending the time which i' nay construct the following lines of -ail way: i From Estevan northwesterly ply 1226 Boiupas St. ------------------r 25 cents per Insertion when act eceeding 35 in- 'sertions, PLEASE PAY IN ADVANCE SITUATIONS VACANT RENT TO furnished rooVju for gentlemen; modern IIOUSG. e'.c. Apply 425 Bartlett St! TO imd offices. ply to the C. B. Bowman Agency, AcaVd- ia Building. Redpath street. 194tO laborers and bush- ROOJT PER in mec .The New Michel Saw Mill Co., class sud Shepard en-1 Ltd.. N'ev.- Michel. B. C. gine, 06 horse power, simple; twelve ror railroad con- rrame Ccckshutt outfit, nearly Instruction; bushmen, axemen, team- new, a bargain; west halt section steam shovel laborers; tie modern, except furnace- l212 Bomyas TO Glyn St. 8 rooms' ii-T, two miles from the depot Se-en persons. All section 5-7-17, on crop payment plan. 0. T. Lathrop, Whit- block. 251-0 makers; mill laborers; swampers; i modern, pas. G. L. Vrooman, 1120 228-O RENT Stores and suites of of- FOR size office safe lor sale, for Apply G. A. R-. Co., room 5, ilacdonald Blk. Pnom 570. 253-C experienced telephone linemen, rate fices in "e'v block, corner of Dufferin 40 cents per hour. Highest wages aild, Crabb_ streets. For particulars, paid. Work all winter, jobs guaran- teed. The Cranbrook Agency Co.f borne nights. Apply 635 Round selling. Apply box 31, Herald office. !gt_ 261-6-s _______________________________________j brick- layers. Apply FOR one minute -washing i Eew Government Jail Building. 261-6 machine, also folding baby buggy. These goods are in first class condi- tion. Apply 955 Cutbill or P. 0. Boy 1913. 263-0 TO' unfurnished house, fully modern, gaod location. Apply to J. D. Higinbotham. .245-0 FOR RENT OR floor store room in up to date building in Lethbridge. Box 35 Herald. 247-O TO furnished rooms, Majestic Theatre. Apply Mrs. H. Cleveland on premises. 250-O TO Five roomed house and large barn on Round street. Apply block. 256-0 Store and dwelling on Glyn street, per month. Apply G.A. Peat Co. Macdonald Blk. 259-0 TO two roomed shack, close in, partly iurnsihed. per month. Apply 'P. 0. Box 1916 or 260-6 TO roomed cottage on Redpath St., 3 blocks from Post Oi- FOR thoroughbred English general serv- ant, two in family. Apply 1301 Duff- erin street r 262-6 t-OOK woman cook.. fox terrier pups. Apply to 612, Round and one dining room girl for up-to- Apply Hotel War- St. t'QR Metrostyls pianola 262-6 jaate eourtry hotel, ner, Warner, Alta. fice, at per month. Apply Mrs. J; W. Kean, Kean Block. 2GO-'J TO roomed scabie and out buildings on acre lot. in North Ward, at per month. .'Apply James A, Weir (Kean Block.) 260-6 NOTICE THE PYTHIAN HALL CO. LIMITED NOTICE is hereby given that m pursuance of condition three, endorsed i and 6J} rolls of music in excellent con- couple of boys to ar jthe most up-to-date'houses in the city, on the back of the bonds issued by! i-'Uon.' Apply Box 4, Herald office. range for. delivery of the Herald. See j All modern with use of phone.. Applv t rt TTT" rid ff 1 .C 7l 1 TTi-Qflm-c-n Q f t" i 2 262-e TO room, suitable gentlemen in one of the company, being Series the company intends at the expiration of taree months from the date hereof to redeem al! -the said bonds. Holders FOK pure bred bull terrier 264-6 Jlr. Freeman, at rear o'clock. at five 1612 Crabb street. 253-C 2GO-O puppies, firs-; strain in Canada, and SioV J. W. Bartlett, 1923 City. 2G5-6 of the same are notified to send same! gold heart set with pearls j i class, experienced saleswoman. Apply to Clarke Co 263-6 in to the British Canadian Trust and Guarantee Company. Limited, Leth- Drtdge. for payment oil or before the 31st -day of December, A D 1910, aftar which date interest' will determine, uated this 1st day of October, A D 1910- A. M. RITCHIE, 254-0 Secretary, TO furnished room suit one or two.gentlemen; bath and elec- tric light; opposite depot, 810 Ford St. NOTICE Tenders wanted for cook and care- taker for the Coleman. Miners' Hospi- tal, Coleman. tenders to sent to j Wm. Graham, bos: 5S, Coleman, to bo not iaier than, the 2Sth of October. For particulars apply to Wm. Gra- ham, box 58, Coieman, lady preferred; 2G3-6 STUDIO 905 REDPATH ST. Phone 1202 J. B. TREMBLEY PROFECSOR OF MUSIC Strings and Brass Music Furnished for recep- tions, Banquets, Socials, Etc. cr Orchestra NOTICE NOTICE is hereby given that WTL- monogram F., between Coutts and J girl for gen- Wood St Return'to 210 Bompas anc erai steady receive reward. 2" 261-C TO and room in fully mod- good wages to right girl. Apply Courtland street. house. Phone and bath, pet week. Apply S34 Glyn St. 261-6 wAMTJsaj Good dining room maid: state wages. Phone .or write Hotel Mvrtlo Tclrj-nrl alto RENT Furnished rooms- in fully modern, hot- water heated house, two Notice to Creditors NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thatj, all persons having any claim against AugSfll" once a first class tailor furnished, to respectable gentle- 1910 are required on or before he! for cleaning, pressing and altering only. 620 Bartlett.St. Phone 710. loth' day of December, 1910, to deiiv-1 partment.. McKelvie McGuire. 65-6 I; _ 2600 er to the undersigned solicitor for the r SECOND MILLER TO St. cheap'.' esecutrix of the said estate, their be steady and strictly-temperate; give j Apply Bos 38, Herald office. 260-6 names and addresses and full ticulars of their claims in writing a statement of their accounts aad the j Pincher Creek. Alta. par- j references and wages wanted. Pincher.; and! Creek Mill Elevator Co., ..Ltd., i f f 265-1 room in modern house, for nature of the securities, If any, held} grade clever sales- them, and such statements shall be verified by statutory declaration. man as special repressentative for a Winnipeg Company doing an exclu- ------TAKE NOTICE that after the sjve monopoly business. Commissions 15th December, 1910, the assets of thci average ?60.00 -week. Applicant deceased -will be distributed ainons j must fymish a surety company's bond. the persons entitled thereto having! Address Auto'Company, 174 Lombard regard only to the'claims of which j street, Winnipeg. notice shall then have been given, i lames or respectable gentlemen only. Apply 12b'0 Courtland St. C' and tbe said executrix will not be li-; "LAND i .'rom the IOWA- OMPANY. The business jntinued by the remaining members ho vfiii nay all debts in connection company. DATED at Lethbndge this 18th day thereof to any person of whose claim WANTED TO BUY-Unlimited quan- will, be i he shall not then have received no- tice. S. J. SHEPHERD. Lethoridge, Alberta Solicitor for Annie Green. WANTED TEAKS a day and board for man and team, or to haul by tht yard (free stable.) Apply. W. G. HOLE, Redpath St W, SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any person wno Is the sole head of a family, or any male over IS years may homestead a quarter-section of available Dominion 1: in Itfani- jtotsa, Saskatchewan or Alberta. The j applicant must appear in person at jihe L'omjnion Lands Agency or Sub- 100 Teamsters, and board. 10 teams and a day and board. 100 laborers, 20. 25 and 30c. free pass. 25 farm hands, ?2 and ?2.50 and board or ?40 and board. 20 'carpenters (framing) 45c, steady 3ob. TOO bushmen. 2 blackssichs, and board. 5 ?6 per day 10 and sinkers 10 bridge carpenters, S3.5C day, steady job. 1 camp -cook a month. 2 waiters, per week. 1 gasoline engineer, mo. j Agency for the district Entry by j proxy may he made at any agency on certain conditions by father, mother, brother- or intending homesti-ader. Approved: A. A. C., J. D. C. 265-3 TENDERS tvjs FOR LIGHT tities of second hand furniture. ladies' and genfs' cast off clothing and shoes, all kinds of musical instru- ments, tools, guns, pistols, satchels, harness and saddles, -watches and jewelry. Pay highest market prices for bides, furs and old metals. Alberta Second Hand Store, 716 Redpath St., j opposite Methodist church, Phone 1457 P. 0. Box 2104. 242-26 T'J large front room newly '-v.fi fully modern. Apply ill Tenth street south. 262-C TO -furnished rctom, one or two gentlemen. 605 Round St. .261.-U TO Warehouse, just off Reon St. on Co.utts. Apply .to. A. E. El- Murphy's. 263-5 i'OH furnished rooms, for light housekeeping. Apply first House east of Windsor Hotel. 264-0 FOR room in mod- ern ho.use. Apply G19 Glyn St. 265-3 FIXTURES Sealed Tenders, addressed to John Irrigation Co. horses for mine work. Height not over 14.2 hands, weight eleven hucdred pounds or over. Ap- ply 'to Stores Department, Alberta Ry. 249-0 Stocks, Deputy Minister of Public FOR Green feed full of wheat V.orks, Edmonton, registered and _ en- ov oatSj ajsc) fclue j0int alfalfa hay. horsed "Tenders for Electric Light No grain needed for horses or cows will be received up to 12 j -with above green feed. Farm north of j'clock noon Saturday, November 5th. j experimental farm. Phone 106 Rural TIO for the and erecting of i s. A. Sneli, Le'hbridse. Box 63. 250-C 5 roomed cellar. 809 London. Apply E. Key- tens, Box G62 City. 265-6 TO and room in private family. Mrs. -S. M. Brook, 402 West- minster Rd. North near the 'school. 265-3 TO close in 14 x- 20 with good loft Apply 410 Bompas. 6o-fl TO room to let, modem house, -bath, phone, etc. Suit two young men, single beds. Bompas St -410 265-6 Electric Lij Building, Jail for the Asylum acres of stubble plow- i RENT-Nice large airy front, bed- Toil Tlin rnrtm Tucn n.c'-no-ld and the room. _ Suit two friends.- Also a- single ourt House Building, Lethbridge. ed four miles from city De- bedroom in new house> aU modern Specifications and forms of tender fvelopr-nent Co" Ltd" Sherlock conveniences. 301 Brace St., or r-- he h-td on a: plication at the En- i Building. __ 2G1-O phone 748. 265-6 of Public To buy from the owner j Works. Edmonton and the branch of- 1 two or three lots in Blk. 124 or 125. months' residence upon Tfi5e Qf Lhe of Public Can pay bufc pricg i fR 767. igencj BOX 417 PHONE 1143 WESTERN PLUMBING CO LTD. Next Door to Eureka HIGH GRADE PLUMBING AT FAIR PRICES MARSHALL A RAMSEY Produce Brokers Hay, Grain and Produce bj car. lowest prices. Photife 67ti, P. O. Box 2060 No. 2 Begin Block, Lethbridge of tnree A homesteader may live within nine miles of his home- stead on a farm of at least 80 acres owned or occupied by him or by his fairer, mother, son, daughter, brothe- or sister. j In certain districts n. homesteader in gooa- standing may pre-empt a quarter-section alongside his horae- .steact. Price per acre. Di'ties reside six months in each of Jsix years irom date of bomestead en- liry (.including the time required to. ;earn homestead patent) and cultivate 'mty acres exira. i A homesteader wbo has exhausted .his nornestead right and cannot ob- tain a. pre-enijjtion may take a pur- cursed homestead in certain districts. SS.Of1 per acre. reside six months in each of three cultivate fiTty acres and erect ja house worth W. W. CORY, Deputy Minister of the Interior, Ottawa, Canada publication of this advertisement wili not ue paid ror. FOP .iALE FOR SALE 2 lots on Westminster Rci., block lots 1 and 2, corner Will sell cor. for and inside Apply John Todon, Gen. Del., Citj P. 0. 263-6 ridge. All tenders must be accompanied REQUIRED, first mor: gase on first clsss security. Will pay TED well eda- led man, good knowledge o? clerical appointment. Herald Office. 260-5 by at; accepted cheque made payable S per cent. -Apply Box 567, City. 2G3-r t par to the of Public Works Edmonton to the amount of five mouse cleaning. Apply Room 2ti, Ban- per cent of the tenders sub- mitted. The successful bidder, if any, will br young woman wants work by the day, housework or cook- by the day, or i ing. Apply Box 210S P. 0. 260-G ner Rooming House. stenographer wishes 264-0 j employment, temporary or permanent. rent tor term of ears Shorthand speed 150 words per minute. 1-2 section Irrigated farm, 2 1-2 miles ,'Expert on Remington typewriter. 7 twenty (20 ,-louse; cellar; cistern and tel- c.) per cent, or tus j ephone. per acre. 2-3 pavable iu Tm M n r i... _ SALE contract and his deposit cheque will br j advance. Apply at farm. Write retained until contract and bond -l06 RuraL executed The cheques of the unsuccessful bid- j ders will be returned within six days after a contract is executed. The right is reserved to reject or all bids, or -waive any defects. JOHN STOCKS, Deputy Minister of Public Works Dated at Edmonton -this 14th day o' October, 1910. i Lethfaridge. A. Snell. .GST WINTER fa- cilities for wintering horses; irrigated prairie, stubble straw stacks, and an immense amount of green feed. Reliable men in attendance and plenty of water; price per head pei month. Dike, Snow Dike. Sec. 2-1-S- 20, twelve miles cast of town. 24-J-29 lo ,iua iiieur ance on term and city property. Ap ply the Southern Alberta Loan and Investnn at Cc., 416 Dafierft street terrier jup. 4 mouths' old. black and tan1 markings, reward, U. T. Wood, Westminster Road south, 337. 262-6 One bucfcslun gelding, brana unknown, age 7 years, white face and wmte spot on side, weight about 1000 pounds, also one dark brown mare branded NE on left. hip. weight about i'OO pounds. 55 reward for either or lor any information leading to WHAT IS FRUIT LAND u'his is the name of booklet that care- j rully discusses this question: tells also about Edsewood Orchards in the "Glorious Colum- Dia. Mild climate, irrigation unnec- esasry. Fruit land 510 to per acre; cash, ?10 monthly. Send lor booklet today. Investor' Trust .Mortgage Corporation 134 am Hastings street Vancouver, B. C. 246-26 FOR acre irrigated gar- den lot, small cash payment and good terms. Apply H. R., Box 2005, City. 25D-6 ery of same. Apply H. R'obinson, box TO acres of improved ir- -'005 or phone 1356 Lethbridge. 264-5 rigated land with water right, suit- property. Phone 10G Rural. Bryan i Saell, Box C3, Lethbridge. S. A, 250-O Whitney and Co., rooms 11 and 12, Whitney block, ohone 1013. 116-1-f ;