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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 23, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta PAQC THi LETHBR.DGt .-.tRALO, SATURDAY. OCTOBER ITS PURITY ITS FLAVOR ITS FRAGRANCE ITS RELIABILITY Arc responsible for ITS WAR BEGINS UPON WHISKERS IN KANSAS ENORMOUS SALE of Recommended As An Ideal Remedy Sealed rackets only 40c., 50c, and GOc. per poum! At ail imxwrs. Topeka, Kas., Oct. 23.-H Doctor Crumbine, of the Kansas State Board Health. 'succeeds in his new n j of cuilins oil the whiskers which hau- madt- brand of politics famou> in this Stale, thousands of people will rise up and call him blessed. Mi i in the interest of the pub- lic health, declares that thelomr, un- kempt, Populistic beards, which grov luxuriantly upon the faces of some 01 men of Kansas, are nothing shori, the and breeding place -------1! Three Cabinet Ministers Are You Satisfied with your milk supply? If not, phone 347 for Fresh Milk, Cream and Butter HIM E3 COX SON Bos 80 Ti Desert Premier (Continued from Front of a nest in germs. Kansas, since the reign of Populism awav from the whis- c'.aT men wear long in-ards. The ren o: the state have- learned I "thal. whiskered face is tabooed in j a few there are; w; s. BOND, good society, and surprise; none the less that even Lib-! Uiat are displayed in the ballroom, crals admitted the policy a good one, .hc reet.pti0n parlor or the theatre, and Leader John Oliver announced Jt the policy as merely an attempt to j v steal wind from the federal adminis- tration's sails. Interviewed tonight, Premier Me- rcach in the interest Bride expressed regret at the neces- sity of accepting the resignation of his colleagues. He declared, however Lloydtown, Out., March 1909. "For'some years I have been greatly troubled with, headaches and indiges- tion, brought on by stomach disorders, 'rhe Health Boacd secretary, after an exhaustive investigation, says a that thc agreement with the i JlJNlVy growth of whiskers is the na- which he and other members of the j tural abiding place for gtrms, and is tr.c and old men j constipation and biliousness. _ I bad "till -to the hirsute tried many remedies with only indiffer- and these constitute the class j general store- v.-hich Doctor Crumbine is trying to j i was selling a good many of the public "Fniit-a-tives" to my customers and, remarking how pleased they were yrith i the results "obtained from using "Fmit- I decided to try them and, I might say, the effects were almost nd biliousness I recommend to my customers as 'An o ,-ernment regarded necessary if the tlie primary cans'- oi tin1 infectious: ideal remedy.' _______________________________. province was to secure additional and Doctor Crumbine says, m Ji 11 4- agreement requiring the completion or I rarciv ever permits water, much less lies' or brents' Uotiies -ca.J at 'lire-1___" Phone o-53 the most careful consideration, n re-: to the skin, CITY DYE WORKS 'turned to power, he would immediate j UlUS carrymg around with him con- lift i Iv brins; down the bill embodying the stantly a, veritable nest of germs suf- a'grecmcnt requiring the completion oi j to infect a whole neighbor- the coast and on the j The Famous CIOILIIC T. S. McKenzie, Dist. Agent Phone 274 P.O. Box 547 Get jour Orders in Early. LETHBRIDGE MARKETS the line to island within four years from the passage oi ratifications. Could he not do this, he would resign. It is "I might also add that about three years ago I was laid up with LUM- BAGO AND get out of bed or lift one foot the banisL-d the Sciatica and Lumbago so ;e I am as well as ever and can rthing necessarv." (Signed) W. S. BOND. SITTINGS OF THE DISTRICT COURT AND OF THE DIS- TRICT JUDGE'S CRIMINAL COURT will be held within the Judicial Dis- trict of Leth bridge on the dates and at the places following during t'he year 1910: Tuesday, .January 25th Tuesday, February 22nd Tuesday, March 22nd Tuesday, April 19th Thursday, May 26th Tuesday, June 21st Tuesday, September 27th Tuesday, October ISth Tuesday, November 22nd Tuesday. December 13th. RAtLMOND- Tuesday, January, 18th Tuesday. April 12th Tuesday, September 13th Tuesday. November 15th. Wednesday, January 19th Wednesday. April loth Wed :i esc', ly. September 14th Wednesday." November 16th Thursday., January 20th Thursday, April 14th Thursday, September loth Thursday, November 17th. Tuesday, February Sth Tuesday, May 10th Tuesday, September 20th 'Wednesday, November 30th. WARNER-' Tuesday, March 8th Tuesday, June 7th. Friday, September 23rd Tuesday, December Sth. DATED at Edmonton this 19th day of October, 1909. S. B. WOODS, 266-1 Deputy Attorney General. vwu have anything to sell or 10 rent place it in column. If you want anything use this column. 25c insertion 0 insertions for SJ LAND FOR SALE FOR acres, three miles from Taber.'200 acres ready for crop. Price per acre. Terms 1-2 crop until paid. Int. 5 per cent. Call ou E. 13. Tainter, Taber. 259-12 FOR a bargain, south half of 9-5-19. If interested, phone 350 or call at our office, Room 11. South- i arcl Block. Imperial Development Co Ltd 240-0 FOR proposition will pay its way. Will rent 1-2 section ir- rigated laud 2 1-2 miles from Leth- bridge; 9 room' house, cistern, eel- {iar and phone. Stable 22 horses. 80 clothing j acres in fall whcjat. Stubble mostly I salesman who understands clothing turned. worth of hay produc- and gents' furnishing business. Ap- ply 330 Crabb St. south of Bank of Montreal. 265-6 j wanted at i once. Apply Smith Bros. Wilson. I 264-6 i class saleslady want- ed at once. Apply personally, Clarke Co. 264-0 ed annually. Renter must buy for (No cash if secured) all ma- chinery, cattle, horses and house- hold furniture. Big chance to make 50 to 100- per cent, of these brood mares, stallion and butter cows. Terms to suit. Apply Box 85 Herald. Office. 255-0 PKOPERTYl FOR SALF young lady to take charge of a little boy for a few hours daily. Apply to Mrs.-.G. W. Robinson, 423 Burdett St. 264-6 SOCIALISTS WIN is'ot a few men who believe in the; Coburg, Oct. Socialists won whisker as a facial adornment, have yesterday's election in this written to Dr. Crumbine to protest j which had been reenrfbd as a good general servant at i once. Family of two. -Apply Mrs. E. j H. Wilson, Cor. Redpath Ashmeaxi. i 262-6 FOR fully modern sevec roomed 'house in Riverview, furnished hot and cold water, sewer. handles. Terms easy. Apply Box 1387 City. 265-0 .MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE. FOR Weber square piano, splendid tone. Price 'half experienced dress- i cash, balance on easy terms. Ap- maker sewing by the day. Apply Miss I piy c. H. Harding, Duke St., North M. J. Schrnitz, Box 2, Lethbridge. Ward. 264-6 262-61 good general servant. FOR main a thriving town on line C. P. R., Implement Apply Mrs. J. J. Johnston, cor., Glyn j Lumber yard business, together with Bompas St. 160-0 j office and 'two lots. A paying propo-- sitioin for live man.. For particulars one :ie- write P. 0. Box 1915, City Of j eustonied to land business preferred, j {Address Box 197 Taber. 259-6 Lethbridge. -262-6 PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby, given that the- names of tenants occupying assessable property in the City of Lethbridge have not been inserted cni'' the Assessment Roll for 1909, and alii such who are desirous for voting woodsmen. FOR team of 6 year old seldings. Thoroughly broken. Apply Highest) Box P., Herald Office. 262-6 city the forth coming _ municipal inirr'p0rc! rvrii a-f n 1-ri n rl No. 1 Northern 0 80 -No. 2 Northern 0 77 .No 3 Northern 74 No. 1 Alberta Red 0 79 No. 2 Alberta Red 076 No. 3 Alberta Red 0 73 :0ats, per cwt Barley stated at the cabinet meetingSj, where a2.aiast the liberty he takes in bold of the National Liberals. The the subject was considered, that nei- j ing tQ cut and Kansas beards, turnover is attributed to dissatisfac- Once to Mrs" 'I day of October 1909 E_ G_ Addison, 321 Crabb St. 261-0 j bridge, south of Bank of for the construction of the a Water buggy and harness and 43 chick- Si ens also' for sale. Apply Harvaitf Co., 330 Crabb Street, Leth- Montreal. 265-6 St. Works system in the town of Taber. mi i i- T. i Land Go: All tenders to be accompanied by j a certified cheque for 5 pear 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. lady stenographer, experienced. Apply Beagle Maxwell i is the good of put- 263-0 i ting 'away that which you can't use i or wear, such as cast off clothing, etc. girl at pay cash for old' shoes, ply Mrs. A. B. Ripley, 289 Bmnton 1 hats, guns, pistols and musical in- tvrj smith helpers. Apply Woodhall-Dav- idson Co., Crabb St. ".-'265-3 263-0 i struments, trunks, etc. Apply Albert- an 2nd Hand Store, Redpath St., Box Lethbridge: '261-6 housekeepef for two people, aid, Apply Box J.. Her- second-hand tents; ''Apply''Box- 61-6 driving. horse. 266-O' Would give new furniture in exchange Turpih 'Furniture Co. 261-6 SITUATIONS WANTED MISCELLANEOUS TENDERS City of Lethbridge SEALED TENDERS will be-receiv- taken in i. none at'private homes. Good '-WV i TEEE is the time at reasonable rates. Mrs. Both to, get trees put in. Supplied and I Torrance Ave., beside, railway 'track planted 50c eack. Guaranteed. Ap- ply T. VanHeck, 303 Bompas Street. or" P. 0. Box 1374. 262-6 struction Plans seen at building of a Frames the C. P. E. track, and specifications may be the office, of the '-Secretary- tauraat near, depot. TO W Canadian Res-' wrien we can "let you have money 261-6'' enouSn build your own house at j 6 per cent. "We loan money on all j kinds, of city property, on terms that' Treasurer. v All Tenders to be accompanied by Replies. I. a certified cheque for 5 per cent. I---------------- POSITION cook wants job, hotel or restaurant. ,x 1158 Calgaiy. 63-6 jchp: 'gotiated at'7 and 8 per cent. Be sure 5.ias.s cannot be made jby others, because irari' we get the money from where it is All kinds of farm loans ne- The lowest or any Tenders not ne- i POSITION first class and in use. It is easily attached to any exist- ing water supply at slight expense; and gives an ample supply of per- fectly filtered water without trouble, and entirely does away with the slightest risk of disease arising from impure water. Every placr where drinking water is required, every hospital, school, ho- tel, workshop, pubic building or office should have one, and no .-dwelling house should be without one. Boiling your drinking water is a laborious and inefficient plan for making it safe. You do not have to do this if vou use BERKEFELD FILTER out, there is no doubt Bowser and H. H. Watson will be on the Conser- vative ticket in Vancouver. Watson will be undoubtedly given a cabinet) 3 position. Victoria, Oct. Premier McBride j j is expected to make a filler state-j j ment later, about the time he starts f on a tour of the province. It is not generally believed that the i retiring ministers will take any ac-j tive part in the campaign against i. McBride. Tatlow, it has been known j j for some time, has been somewhat j SCHOOL Thorough instmction- in Commercial and Shorthand branches. Civil Service and English. For paxticulars phone or write Geo. J. Schmidt, Principal. Garbutt .Business College Phone 1315 P.O.Box 129! Satisfaction Guaranteed PHONE 289 eessarily accepted. j book ke_eper'and stenographer; steady phone 394: G-EO. W. ROBINSON, and reliable young man. Apply Box j Block. 266-6 Sec. Treasurer. 665. Lethbridge, Alta. and see us when yon- want money. Empire Land Co., Ott 252-O Position lurtinn by thoroughly j experienced pastry cook Or general housekeeper Apply "at 609, Cutbill St., city. 265-6 j __________________________________i please leave st i ceive reward. LOST OR STRAYED TO RENT square fnnpe, engraved. Finder Herald ofSce anJ re- 5566-1 THERE-will be offered for sale-by- public auction at an upset price to be made known at time of sale, in the town of Pincher CreeX. in the Province of Alberta, on Wednesday the 24th. day of November, 1909, at the hour of Twelve o'clock noon, the i following lands'in the Peigan Indian iences Reserve No. 147, near Macleod, Frl. Sec. 17, Sec. 19, Sec, 20, I two weeks ago, prob- n the Turner Addition, .a! ably between Westminster Road and with stable and the Laundry, parcel containing toro TO five roomed chicken -house., Stable, will hold six head of stock. Rental per month. Apply A. L. S. Ripley, office S, Macdonald Blk. Tel. 294. 265-0 liters nil purposes and in all of public life. The fact that' sizes are manufactured and supplied. Fulton has been solicitor for thc C. P. R. is said resignations be behind no au-1 it, in spite Our representative will call on the "Households of the City within the next lew days with a sample filter, and will explain its working and fur-1 thority is given nish all particulars as to this hy-! Of the resignations caifnoTafford to be without it. Bowser Minister of Finance A.gent: j Oct. the ,_. __ __ acceptance of the resignations of Ful- T. E. Patteson Room 7 Oliver Block ton and Tatlow, Horrser was today appointed minister of finance. !C VnilR piFV'Q WflRTH i u y siufiui j. Having- dissolved partnership with S. C. I 4 have retained.possession of the unsold portion of the TOWN5ITE OF BOW ISLAND ,antl offer business and residential lots at prices ranging from to Write or call on me before purchasing elsewhere. A. WADDELL Bow Island Realty and Insurance Agency I -I 1 T T I .....I-M APPLY TO No. 3 MINE LETHBRIDGE. The Alberta jteiiway and Irrigation Co, LETHBRIDGE. Sec. 21, Frl. N. W. 1-4 Sec. 22, Frl. Sec. 27, Sec. 23, Sec. 29, Sec. 30, Sec. 31, Sec. 32, Sec. 33, Sec. 34, Frl. Sec. 35, Tp. 7, R. 23, W. 4 M. Frl. Sep. 2, Sec. 3, Sec. 4, Sec. 5, Sec. 6, Sec. 7, Sec. 9, Sec.- 10-, Sec. 15, Sec. 16. Sec. 37, Sec. IS, Sec. 19, Sec. 20, Sec. 21, Sec. 22, Sec. 2Z, Sec. 23, Sec. 29, Sec.' 30, Sec. 31, Sec. 32, Sec. 33, and Sec. 84, Tp. S, E. 28, V7. 4 M. The lands will be 'offered for sale in Quarter Sections, Cash, or orie- tenth cash, and the balance in nine equal annual instalments, with In- terest at five per cent, on the unpaid purchase money. Accepted cheques will be taken in lieu of Casli. Upon a parcel of land being knock- ed, down, the purchaser shall imme- diately'deposit the sum of One Hun- dred Dollars with the Clerk of Sale, otherwise the parcel will at once be put up again. For this purpose in- tending purchasers should provide themselves with marked cheques on Chartered Banks of Canada made to their own order and payable at unfurnished rooms, I modern conven- Apply 519 Glyn St. 264-3 linen silk Shirts and some Shirts have name "Grreyhonso, Spo- on them. Finder re- turn to Lethbridge Laundry a.nd receive reward. 266-: TO bedroom, well fur- nished, in modern house; private fam- ily; terms moderate. Apply 623 Coutts .Street, half a block 'south of Central School, 263-0-x TO room- Modern. SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any. person wno is rtre sole head. ot family, or .-any male over 18 years Also heater for sale. Apply 308 Brun- j old. may homestead a. quarwr-sectiop ton St. 262-6 FOR for horsed cows, .4 miles southeast of Lethbridge. Lots of straw.: Apply F. H. Cox, 34 Argyle Ave. 256-6 TQ brick Applv Mrs. E. N. Wakely, Duff Ad- 256-0 TO room, two Every convenience ion Grocery, opposite Barracks. 261-6 oi available Dominion land in Mani- toba, oaskalchewan or Alberta. applicant aiust appear in person the Uominipa Lands Agency -or Sub- Agency for the district, EctTy bv proxy .may-be' made at any agency ter of iat-ending homesteader., Duties. Six months' residence apOi> and cultivation of the land in eacb of three years. A homesteader may live within nine miies o! tiis home stean on R farm .of at. ]enfit dO acres -statable for! solely owned and occupied by him OT Apply Un- by his father, mother, son, brother or sister. In certain districts a homesteads? ROOMS TO LET-Comfo'rtable furn- Sond may pre-empt ished rooms. Well heated and lighted. Hot and cojd water. Apply John Can- aongMdehia par at the point of Sale; or with b.ink tin, Room 2 .Hill Block. notes of as" large a denomination sis 253-12! possible. The balance of vlie Gash j 0 sunny -furnlsho4 instalments must in every cnse be paid in Cash or by marked cheque, before the" close of the Sale, failing which the deposit of One Hundred Dollars will be forfeited, and the land withdrawn from Sale. Any information -regarding the lands in question may be obtained upon application to the undersigned. -The unauthorized insertion of this advertisement will not be paid for. J, D.'McLEAN, Department of Indian- Affairs, OttSwa, ;5th October, 1909. Secretary. Suitable for two men. Terms reasonable. Apply >424 Smith St. Close in. TO sunny furnished room, suitable for two me.n. reasonable. Apply ,.424 Smith Sti Close in. 266-6 Gait, Blain, a moulder, fell down the cellar stairs of irlarket hotel 'today and fractured his, skull. six years from date of entry the time required ;o earn" homestead patent) and ccHivAU fifty acres extra. A homestender who has exhausted hi- homestead tight and cannot ob- tain a pre-emption may take put chased homestead "in certain diatrictg- Price per acre. Beside six months in each oi three years, cultivate fifty acres and a house J300.00. W.W.COBI. Deputy Minister of tbt c-1 thi-' will io< (OT. v ;