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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 30, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR ________THfcl.ETH3R.OGt: SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1909. EVERYBODY ENJOYS A CUP OF PROSPECTUS OF THE NUMBS mm and MIllING Co., Ltd. Auction Sale Indian lands Capital Divided Into Shares of Each, Non-assessable. Sold only in sealed lead packets At all grocers 40c, 50c, and 60e per pound HEAD OFFICE: LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Are You Satisfied with your milk If not, phone 347 for Fresh Milk, Cream and Butter egg COX SON Box bO Articles of incorporation applied far under Alberta laws of the Government of The Wostern Farmers Elevator and, be given away for any purpose Milling- Company, Limited, is being! services; only actual expenses figur- formed for the purpose of erecting a-nd o i 1 1 carrying on a general grain elevator f' on 1 1 1 o 1 1 an economical basis will be A meeting-of the shareholders will Wiimitrpd and 8evi' gilt edge jras that the contents and bo sure you drink only thoso they are the finest and best ;i- ated beverages offered fo'r The Lethbridge Brewing and Malting Company, Ltd. CANADIAN BRIEFS i The harvest and threshing seasons Stratford, Out., Oct. G. ;are about over in this section of the .P.Graham spoke at the Stratford! .ou.uuu. iu..5U alreadv been ,nh Board of Trade banquet tonight. He; The crops have been good and for, by. farmers and others at said Canada would do her full share sequentiy the district and town of between ethbridge and! towards the defence, of the Empire, Magrath- are feeling very prosperous, both'sides being united on the point.' This prosperity shows itself but the autonomy of the country plainly in the many must be preserved. which are being erected, notably the ._____ UxbrMge, Ont., Oct. was'town hall, in connection with which lst- As said discoveied this morning shortly after there is to be a jail, the Bank of! ami' Par vai midnight in the residence of A. Me-; Montreal building, already completed, j Shares .wffl-bTsSd In Weeks of 50 i bookkeeper. Such head- and the two-storey harness shop of! 'multiples of number less1' way had been gained that no one. Messrs. Gibb arid Son. But more im-j 5C1 wiu be allotted. j could enter and Mrs. Me-i portant perhaps than any of these is1' Estimated Profits Laughlin of her twovyoungest children the new public school now in course; This 'is not a "wild eat" were burned to death. Mr. of erection. The foundation of this is no possibility of your l i tilt, OUCH C14VH.4CI VV Hi ousmess at points on the C. P. Rail-; be held about November 20th for the way between" Tutor and Medicine Purpose of electing directors, and Hat and at points on the Lethbridge-! necessary for the well Wfyburn now in -course of con- strue; ion, and to erect a mill at such j tiiiK' and place as the shareholders may decide. It is proposed to erect as early .1 THERE will ,be offered for sale by public auction at an upset price to be made known at time of in the town of Pincher Creek, in the1 Province of Alberta, on Wednesday; the 24th day of November, 1909, the hour of Twelve o'clock noon, the) following lands in the Peigan Indian Reserve No. 147, near Macleod. Frl. Sec. 17, Sec. 19, Sec. 20, Frl. i vou baye anything 10 8eH or rent place it w tHjc column. !f wan: anything use this coluttiu. ont insertion 6 insertions tor SITUATIONS VACANT SITUATIONS WANTED in office by ydunff man. Prefer position where writing -will have to be done. Apply Box 19, Herald Office. 2GS-6 chambermaid I wishes situation in hotel. Apply Bor i 12, Herald office. _G7-fi j taken in or nolie at private homes.: Good .work i at reasonable rates. Mrs. Botham nominee Ave., beside railway track' 222-Ox 17, Sec. IS, See. 19, Sec. 20, Sec. 21, i WANTED-A general servant. Good j Co Sec. 22, Sec. 27, 23, Sec? 29, Sec. j wages. Apply Mrs. J. Alexander 424 30, Sec.; 31, Sec. 32, Sec. 33, and Sec. j Glyn St. 271-6 34, Tp. S, R. 28, W 4 M Ltd The lands, will be offered, for sale j in Quarter Sections, Cash, or one-jadian rest tenth cash, and the balance in nine'site depot equal annual instalments, with In-' cook pr.T? FOR-, bargain, south haiJ ImPenaI .Development proposition will ren l'2 ir- 2.0 terest at five per cent, on the unpaid VVt purchase money.' Accepted cheques r4hh d phor s s acres in fall wheat. Stubble mostly Apply 650 j turned. worth of hav produc- lly- Eenter must" b for will b? taken in lieu of Cash. Upon a parcel of land being knock- j ed clown, the purchaser shall imme-! on Sites For Construction 0.11" l should provide j before lending purchasers elevator and other buildin 1 nn T- i i uivi Quality." In so doing we purpose WAOTBIM-A wet nurse for baby 31WANTED-2 lots near Ellison Mills mnntlrft Apply at once to Mrs. AppJ-7 Gso- Beaton, Box 355. P. 0." NOTICE months Lethbridge.. Alta., Oct. 30, 1909. JR.. G. Addison, 32l" 261-0 !ir nr Mnrlom girl at once. Ap- 289 Brunton '263-0 conducting our business in a thor- oughly up to date and business man- ner and your least wish, will receive our careful attention. housekeeper for two people. Apply Box J., Her- 266-0 aid. It is our intention to carry a com- WANTED-A good general servant Plete line'of aU high grade and fancy Apply..Qto. Hick, cor. Crabb and WANTED-Three men w-itli or without- board. Burdett St. roomers, Apply 268-6 WANTED-Two keeping rooms. 0 Oats, per cwt. ..___ Barley Flax Cattle on the hoof: Steers, per Ib. Hogs: Live, per cwt.......7 50 Dressed, per cwt.....0 00 i Live, per cwt.......450 Dressed, per cwt. 0 00 Poultry: Geese 0 15 Turkeys 0 20 Chickens 0 12 Fowl 0 10 Ducks 0 15 Butter and Eggs: Dairy .butter 0 IS Creamery butter .....0 30 Eggs, per dozen ___030 Vegetables: Potatoes, per cwt. l 00 Onions, per Ib.....0 03 Feed: Hay .prairie 0 00 Hay, blue joint o 00 Hides: Dry 0 12 Cured...........___ o Rendered Tallow: No. 1, p-r Ib.......0 00 No. 2. per Ib.......0 00 0 70 0 25 1 00 f Rocky Coulee, i With -an' aver; Oct. read' pay -a 10 >i and hear of storms all around ts but 0 OSJi 0 02% S 00 10 00 4 65 10 00 0 16 i 0 22 0 15 0 12% 0 16 0 21 0 35 0 40 the weather here has had nc break in ?l l S increase. crop dividend Sn annUa3 dividend aSree accept above, or any less number' which allotted me. 1 enclose being at rate of 271-1 him a" copyn0f the balance I200 share and agree to pay 20c months. Since the first week m "CeVnf 1 a ,COpy of the balance a pay 20c u L j ,_ ahneet PI an Elevator and Millino- PA share on Mav 1st, 1910 and-the ember bad weather has not bin- me g a net profit of 24 1-2 their last year. y fo tunitv fir ffily 'an oPpor_ j ADDRESS tumti f6r the small investor to securs Tilere 1 50 September bad weather has not bin-' s' dered threshing over half a day. j The Equity outfit pulled in having been out since the 6th of Sep- tember. It has made a long and pro- fi table-run. a gilt The anniversary arrd Thanksgivins imum celebration given in the White Lake I erjjbly below par. I Church, was a great success. Dinner i was served to a large crowd early in ;f Later interest dresses were given by Rev. H. H. Crags, and Rev. Patterson, both of Granum. Mr. Kingston, pastor of i Huntsville followed with an eloquent specth. Mr. H. Bosom.worth acted as chairman since Mr. Harrison of Macleod was detained at home by sickness. Miss Whitehead, a brilliant groceries as well as all staple lines' Court-land, and we trust you -favor us with I .your patronage 270-0 pf treatment and business we will try to, merit. WANTED-lOO men to work iu sugar factory and on farm of Knight Co. at Baymond. Apply- at application to Yours respectfully. GEO. KEER office. 270-6 final 20c per share on August 1st, 1910 for Johnston'o house, Arthur Addition. 70-3 TENDERS City of Lethbridge ,_ A SEALED TENDERS will be receiv- first class Plasterers ed by the undersigned 4 to furnished house- Herald.. Bos 100 or residen or lots culars to this office THE ENSIGN Ca-For signs show cards price enamelled let- lantem artificial palms, vines, etc. for inter- ior decorations. Ensign Co P 0 Monday, November 1st, for the struction and building of a Eramei g Hall, north of th. C. P. R. track. ...-11 i_ wiian_ uda Plans and specifications jnay wanted bv the nS_L f'i seen at the office of Secretarv-! day at the Private Hospital North Penses an5 take ;'T'--J Miss Dainty. Treasurer. H Renders to be accompanied by! j a certified cheque for 5 per cent. i j .die lowest or any Tenders not ne- I cessanly accepted. i I GEO. W. ROBINSON, !266-6 Sec. Treasurer. Ward. at Carman- FOUND Simpson. Car- 270-6 jFOUND-Pigs. Two little white or- Owner call at Craddocfc k Eedpath St., pay. ex- away. 270-0 TO RENT TO bedrooms and one large MISCELLANEOUS HONEl TO LOAN-Why pay rent when we can let you nave money enough to build your own house at Electricians Supplies. Brass Goods. 0 05 10 00 13 50 amateur elocutionist, rendered sever- al pleasing numbers. Solos sung by Messrs. McLean and Crux wore great- ly appreciated. The proceeds were upwards of forty dollars. Insulated Wires. Electric Heaters. o 0-asolin.e Ignition Material. Systems Siaffle Two Phase Motors. V lelepliones and Bells Complete Electrical; Installations and General Electric "Repairs. xoTii NOTICE NOTICE -is hereby given that every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday (not i to being a .statutory or public holiday) shall be a market day of the City of Lethbridge and the inarket shall" re- room, furnishedjoth. beds, regularly 6 per cent We loan money on all per-month. get the money from where per month can be gotten. Gold- cheap. All kinds of farnT loans Eealty Co. Office Crabb St. gotiated at 7 and 8 per cent Be v main open ..on such days from the TO BENT-Pumished room hours of 7 a.m. till 1 p.m. for general J3J7 Crabb St f produce and during such hours no one bringing into the" city fowls, buti ter. cheese, 271-1 and see us when you want money' Phone 394. Empire Land Ott olOCK. 085. 004X 0 03X Good Water Means Eood lealtb Cobourg, Ont., Oct. returning from Colborne to his home miles east of that place, had with him among other things, two bottles, one containing medicine to be taken inwardly, and another containing carbolic acid to You insure both by using the as a "wash for blood poisoti- Serkefeld Filter. The Bfrkefeld Fil-; ing. Without examining the label, he ter removes all impurities from water r- .1 'i including cholera, tvphoid and dlank thc wrong and ran disease bacilli. into a neighbor's yard saying he had i It is scientifically constructed and taken carbolic acid. I-Te died in a i is known and used in every few minutes. logical laboratory in the world, and is universally recommended by sanitary experts. It is simple in construction and in use. i _ It is easily _attached to any exist-; mg water supply at slight expense and gives an ample supply of per- i cectly filtered water without troubl.% i and entirely does away with the slightest risk of disease arising' from i imDn'-p wafjv- L- McEenzie Redpath or o.ther similar produce for sale., shall sell or offer the same, for sale except at the TO lady