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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 4, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LfcTHBRIDtit MtRALL, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, IMI. MOVING ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE. 1 Plucky Young Woman 2 Antique Wardrobe G: In tlie evening, by the moonlight, dear Louise PRICES I5c AfO 25c Wilson -if Wilson In a Big Musical Comedy Act The Thatcns In a new comedy sketch enfc titled A Happy Couple." Little Teddy, everybody's pet EASTERN TOWNSHIPS BANK INCORPORATED I85S. CAPITAL AND RESERVE Ageueral Banking business transacted Accounts of Mer- chants and Farmers invited Savings Bank Department in connection, deposits of and upwards received and in- terest allowed at highest current rates. ROUND STREET Old Sage Store J. A. R. ROME, Manager. Lethbridge Branch From a Western Window (Continued From Page 7.) Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Sherlock and family and Mr. and 'Mrs. Freeman and family have returned from their summer homes on the Arrow Lakes, j Mrs. E. A. Cunningham and daugh. ter returned last evening from an c-x- tended visit to Montreal. WINNIPEG'S, MAYOR THREAT- ENi TO PUT IN PLANT In Opposition to Street Railway Com-' pany Which Wil Not Put in Lights j Sept. the special j NOTICE Church of Christ Church of Christ or Christian council meeting yesterday afternoon Church whose members are corn- Mayor Evans made H significant ut-7 -p.. c known as Disciples of from. .way Companyf Mrs. Hirkhum has returned Winnipeg. _ a deputation of Harvard Street Miss Jean Duncan, of the C. V. whkh consuo a Winnip3g Electric street Rail_; Christ .living in Lethbridge. or in replying to vicinity are requested fo com ium- -jnicate with Bro C S. Farrow of A. J. i Hairy A. R. son well i WM.S la ;t Wednesday in to Miss Mary VleDuaalii, daughter late Mr. rind Mrs. Lauchlin McDonald, of Loch Madcjy, Scotland. The wed-4 ding took place at Winnipeg. Mr. McDonald accomponied' by his bride on its own hook, utilizing the tct: I lT> i at the old water works and bearing! j the danger if any of a legal conflict! with the company'. The complaint i of the Harvard street people is an' old one, and is due to the street rail- j way company refusing to accept per- connection witli church Alberta Christian Missionary Society Daily Herald Market ice yoi hive anything to tell or to reot pUcc it iff this column. If you want anything use this column. 25c one insertion 6 for S] SITUATIONS VACANT 'PROPERTY FOR SALE A section three miles west Lethbridge. 65 impror- ed, housej stable, and barn. A. M, Matulis, Real Estate JRoom 4, Bryan Block, Phone 225-0 FOR new 5 room house iu North Ward for less than cost ot house. Two lots. Small 'cash ment. Balance on time. W. H. Joliri son, Room 5, Bryan Block. 225-0" FOR room house on John St. N0. 3. Apply Box 1660, Leth- bridge. ,224-8 A good general servant.; Apply Mrs. Fred Rooney, 420 Bart-j lett St 225-O i __ j WANTED IMMEDIATELY Five! painters. Apply to W. Shaw, Victor- FOR SALE A new seven Remington type- writer tabulator, at a bargain. Apply Citizens Lumber yard, 187-0 ian 'Mansions, corner Redpath and Cutbill Streets. 224-2 modern conveniences. Herald. Ladly. layers wanted at once. Write Shan- rnits for the erection of poles because i WANTED-A room, centrally located, j WANTED-Six first, class union brick f T rsHfif iiroYiiftH Qtrvn_ the' city inserts the words "Without prejudice." Mr. Blackwood recount-' ed Iv's troubles and told about having 222- MONEY TO LOAN to burn lamps in his big house, as' Our Mr. Bjorkblad has just return- lor Laundry work. g for a iew days with the father before proceeding to j Seattle where, they will spend their j tne xx, -i- not think tha glass case showing from sheds and out-buildings, and patient, nurse, etc. In the back ground are arranged a complete list of hospital supplies such as bandag- es, fountain, synnge, disinfectants, hot water caps, sick' feed- from house to house. It seemed-as if the company was non-responsive to Mr. Blackwood and some others be- cause it was thought they would im- portune the council to such an extent ers, gaugue cotton, medicine that it would forsake its position. etc. Prominent in the window is a large cross on a card advertising hos- pital Sunday. The window is at- tracting much attention. The contract for the. store and o'ffice on the corner of Westminster Eoad aid Ford street has been let to Smith Bros. Wilson. LORD STRATHCONA IN CITY AND DISTRICT Born to Mr. and Mrs. W. E. War- !ren, London 'Road, a son. The teachers and .scholars of Knox church Presbyterian Sunday school. CALGARY ON MONDAY holding, their annual picnic at the _____ pump house, river bottom' this after- Calgary, Sept. was receiv-jnoon- ed yesterday that Lord Strathconaj At. eight this nibrning in the Meth- would arrive here at nine o'clock on odist parsonage, ]S7orth Ward, Will- Monday morning and after he has iam Powell the well known elec- been driven the city he willitrical: contractor, and Miss Mabel A. be'taken to the Canadian Club lun- cheon rooms where he will address a meetine of the club at luncheon. Frank G. Begs, to inform his Customers and the gen- eral public that he has rented the buildings on the corner of Ford and Westminster, formerly by W. H. he will conduct his business of New and Second Hand Furniture dealer, and until carried on at 410 Round Street, City. The Restaurant and Boarding House has also been taken over by him, and will be equipped to give excellent accommoda- tion to the farmers who will find it a con- venient stopping place when bringing their grain In to the elevators. .HaHley, both of Lethbridge, were married. They were assisted by Miss Bessie Hazell and G-: H. Hoy, brother of the groom. They left on the train for the soxith. Eev. A. A. Lytle officiated. Phone 394. 224-6 red cow, branded A on once, a good general) right ribs. Finder will be rewarded. servant: Apply to Mrs. E. G. Hazel! j Apply T. Chambers' Dairy, cor, Courtland and Burdett Sts. 220-6 Ward. North 225-3 EMPIRE LAND CO.; Ott Block. woman to do general LOST OR halter and 100 WEAR A TAG TOMORROW 1007, Kedpaih St. Don't forget the Band Concert t housework. Good wages paid. Apply 220-0 a first tin- morrow afternoon. The Salvation smith.. Apply J. H. Eieve, Maeleod, Army and Miners' Bands will play i Alta. on the Square and the City Band will render a programme in the hospital as well as the general on the grounds in front of the Hospi- tal, .in order to entertain the patients in. the hospital as wel as the gen or 3! i'Hie, but above all, don't s. rgei y.'ur purse. Airy other ladies t-- boxes please call at'the Herald of- fice this evening. The big Church Parade starts from the Square at 6 p. m. The marshalls of each society are requested have their contingent there on time. a tag tomorrow. 220-6 At the police Ralph, Leonard g-nilty to living He rnonths in the, barracks. court this morning McCormick pleaded on the avails ot was given three MADAM pian ist. Every branch, of professional work understood. Dances, etc., 'at- tended. Howard House, Crabb St. 221-6 .MISS dancing class from 3 to 7 Wednesdays, Cal- edonian Hall. Children's" class forming. Stage and ball room taught. 221-6 GRAIN COMMISSION MERCHANT Offices: Winnipeg and Leth- bridge. Lethbridge Office: 307-Crabb street; Phone 455. G. O'GRADY, Jr. Agent. nursing by day or week, Mrs. C. CR. Gray, at Mrs. J. L. Johnston's, 314 Cutbill St., 1st house off Eedpath, or Phone 87. 225-12 K, G. Wiiddingicr. takes this opportunity of thanking ;hf pub- lic for their J'ugo in the past and in >n "i their V.-onturned support. The cilice of auctioneering .branch will be sit-aiVd u tlr- Brown Block. Don't let your transmission and differential go too long without being refilled with grease. Grease is cheaper than new bearings. We have a special grease for this pur- pose. GOVERNMENT OF THE PROVINCE OF ALBERTA NOTICE TO STEAM ENGINEERS NOTICE is Hereby given that an examination will be held by Nat Mar- shall, a, duly appointed Inspector of Stearn Boilers, for the Province of Alberta at 7th and 8th, in i A. E. Sooms, 10th. Frank -Hotel Sample Rooms. -Town Hall. 14th. Union Ho- tel. Medicine 18th. Cosmo- politan. Hotel. 22nd. Hotel Sample Room. At 9 oclock a.m. for the purpose of giving engineers and apprentices an opportunity for qualifying for certi- ficates under the provisions of the Steam Boilers Act, 1906. Application for examination should be made to the above named Inspec- tor or to JOHN STOCKS, j Deputy Minister. j Department of Public Works., .Edmonton. Alta. good lady cook to go on ranch. Apply Mason Land Co. or write C.L. Walker, City. 222-6 boy wanted for 'bindery. Apply Western Stationery Col, Round St. 223-6 A FIRST-GLASS SALESMAN-One who can make good and furnish ex- cellent references Vants a position. Address A. No. L. c-o Maeleod Ad- vertiser, Maeleod, Alta. S23-3 taken in or done at private Good work at .reasonable rates. Mrs.' Botham, Torrance Ave., beside railway track. 222-Ox POSITION educated lady wishes position" of trust as cash- ier or managress. Apply Box M: S. Herald Office. 222-0 TO HF.NT ROOM FOR furnish- ed, room, well .heated, on Guiness: St, "west -of Grounds, white cot- tuge at fence. 225-o TO Room in pri- vate family. 225-7.' Apply 1210 Fisher St. TO and private room in Begin Block. Apply up-stairs. 24-6 TO roomed house in North Ward with one acre fenced in. Apply Wylie, Bailey St., next house to new frame 'school.'- 224-6 ROOM TO furnished front room... Addition. Suit- able for one or "two gentlemen or ladies. Empire Land-Co., Ott Block. 224-6 The Standard Garage Co, Phone 343. Wood St. North City Market Teaming "f" j necessarily be accepted. We do all Classes of teaming I SEALED TENDERS addressed to _ the undersigned and marked on the j envelope "Tenders for will j be received up to 12 o'clock noon on I the 1st day of October next, for a j license for grazing on that portion of the Blackfoot Indian Reserve south of-Bow river, in the Province of Al- berta. i The terms and conditions govern- I ing this license will be furnished by j the Secretary of the Department of i Indian Affairs, Ottawa, or by J. H. 4- Gooderham, Indian Agent at Gleich- en, on application. The highest or any tender will, not TO office suite of three rooms in Acadia building, Redpath St Apply on premises to The'C. B. Bowman Agency. 219-0 TO furnished house: with modern conveniences. Available Sept. 12 next. inbotham. Apply John D. Hig- 219-0 feet chain taken from a cow belong- ing to J. H. Wallace. Finder will please return to J. B" Wallace, Bur- dett St. 196-0 night Aug. 28th on trail between Lethbridge and Ray- mond, ladie's linen coat, trimmed with lace (mauve -Finder will receive reward by leading At Herald office. 230-6 LOST OR STRAYED April 1st from our camp three miles west ef Lethbridge, three geldings. One dark bay weigh- ing about 1450 Ibs., brandedJ P .left shoulder, left hind ankle large. One light bay branded ,P left shoulder, -i weighing about 1450 Ibs. One bay weighing about 1500 slick, v foundered on feet, somewhat If lame foretop and inane under col- lar shorn. All in -good condition. Thirty dollars reward for informa-J'' tion that will lead to their recovery of the three, or for any one of them. Notify Janse Bros., Alta. 200-30 ?75 return of fout mares branded UM on left and seven geldings branded 7L on left hip. Notify A. A. Johnstdn, Lethbridge Alta. 209-0 Sec. 32-U-21, early in one dark sorrel gelding about ten years old, xangy large hock no brand weight about Finder will be warded to or address- ing L. C. Barrett, Barrhill, Alta. 15-12 STRAYED OR bay gelding 3 years old, branded Lazy B. on right hip, also 18 on right shoul- der. One white hind foot. Reward of given for return to Ed.. Cockrill, Torrance Ave., North': Ward. 222-4-' WE CAN SELL YOUR LAND FOR can sen your land at prices that can't be beat. We can sell you good land from up to- per acre, in any quantity from one quarter up to as much as 150 sec- tions in one block. Terms, one-tenth of the purchase price in cash and the- balance in nine equal annual instal- ments with at 6 per cent, on the unpaid balance. The Empire- Land Co., upstairs in Ott Block, P.O. Box 60. Phone 394. 191-O TENDERS WANTED Applications for the leasing of the FURNISHED let, in new dining room department to be opened modern house. Terms moderate.- Ap- ply Mrs. Jones, third house from Round on south side of Brunton St. 199-0 TO furnished, room, suitable for two gentlemen.'1 Smith St., close in. 424 220-6 OFFICE TO ShepanL Elk., over the Good Co., best location in city. per month. Partly fur- nished with desk, chair.-, etc. Apply J. B. Kelsey, P. O. Box 448. 221-6 TO and washing. Young men only. p-.-r month. Apply Mrs. G. M. Holland, at head of new bridge. 223-Oic MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE. on the shortest notice. Sati? faction guaranteed. If you need coal and you want the best value your money buy, see me. Coal must be paid for on delivery. E. J. TIGKNER Box 454. 1253 Redpath St. The unauthorized insertion of this j advertisement will ziot tbe paid for. Each tender shall be accompanied by a copy of the terms and conditions 4- above, mentioned and by a marked FOR foot awning in front of Sage's former stand. Practically new. R. 217-0 the first week in October in the Vic- toria Mansion corner of Redpath; and Cutbill streets will be received up until September llth, the space devoted for that purpose is located in the centre suite on the floor and includes public parlor, 3 di5a- ing rooms, modern kitchen bed room' store room, bath room and laundry; ;all steam heated. The owner will; fur- nish the same if necessary. Prefer- ence will be given to experienced wo- man cook with capable Ap- ply by letter only to Fred W. Down- er, Hotel Coaldale, Lethbridge. 22-4 SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any pfcrsoc wiio is sole head ol a family, or any male over 18 yeart uld, ruay homestead a quarter-section ot available Dominion land in Mani- toba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. The D. King, Golden West Realty cheque for which will be re- turned to the unsuccessful tenderers. J. D. McLEAX, Secretary. Department of Indian Affairs. Ottawa, August 9, 1909. )R st'.-ani hay 'baler, j applicant must appear in person will trade for good stock. Apply the Dominion Lands'Agency or Sub- Agency for tha district. by. prosy may be made at any agency of intending homesteader. months' residence upon and cultivation of the land in eacb of three years. A live within nine miles of nis home stead on a farm of at least 60 acres solely owned aud occupied by him or by his father, mother, son, daughter, brother or sister. POTATOES FOR on three lots. Buyer to dig and cart away. What offers. Apply E. Faunch, c-o Herald. NEWSPAPER FOR Ross- TELEPHONE 26 1 Frank C. Waddington In certain districts a and a monthly pay roll The, plant consists of two HEAD OFFICE. MONTREAL Reserve and Undivided Profits........ 00 Accounts of Merchants, Farmers and Ranchers Solicited Drafts Money Orders Letters of Savings Bank Department Lethbrvlge Branch- CoaMalc Block, Redpath St. thnv and equipment cicntly complete for an eight-pa dnilv. m eacs uf sis years from of homestead entry (including the time required to earn homestead patent) and .cultivata fifty acres extra. homesteader who has exhausted Will cut out, such machinery. ;is is not needed by purchaser. Plant} hit homestead right and cannot ob- is operated by electric power. A j tain a pre-emptioa may take a put g opening to one or two prac j chased homestead in certain districts', n. Will take part payment Price per acre. pronnsin T.icitl men, in wheat land. from William K. B. C. Further .particulars Eslinp, Rosslawl, 225-5 orders lor araying of all kinds promptly attended to. John Cantin. Hill Block. 212-2G reside six months in each oi three years, cultivate fifty acres and a house wo-th W.W.COBY. Deputy Minister of the, publi- ;