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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 14, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THIS HERALD Thursday. 14. Professional Cards MEDICAL fjft. w, Burgeon, Accoucher. I 2-3; '-8 Office, Tnlrd Ave. S. Phone 1263. MEWeURN-RwH-tt' Before 9 a.m.; Mi MeNALLy-Office Stafford BU. Renldence, ?13 Westminster Rd. OC- Uce nours 11-12; 1-3; 7-8.W. Office Phone Jl'J; Residence 1060. c. C. 3ur Accoucher. Office, Alberta i Residence, corner Olyn 11-12; 2-4; 1-5.30. Idence Eii'. LAFFeRTV-Physlclan Sur- Bryan block, Room 21. Ofllcs -nmiri. Mi; 6 .Surgeon. Hours' U to 12; 3 to 5; ..30 U 3- OfficT Mncdonald Block. Phone 3S3S. corner Burdett and London lid. Phone 1363- MUSIC MADAM NORM AN- Orchestra! Iste and teacher of pianoforte, organ, theory, harmonv and voice produc- tion. Eusaeemcuta accepted; 25 years' 'experience in operatic, dram- atic and vaudeville. Room S Uryan Block. H. C. C. SALMON receives pupils in all branches of Pianoforte Playing and Theory. Candidates prepared for London, EDS.. auil Toronto ex- aminations. 414 Westminster Kd. (13th St.) P.O. Boi 183.___ MRS. ABBIE G. 6th Avo. of Pianoforte and Harmony and Musical History. Con- serva'.ory Graduate. Biock 3rd Ave. and T-h St. elevator. ______. LETHBRIDGE CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC------.1. Georsc Harper, direct- or. Larsest and best equipped school of music, elocution and dancing In tho Middle West. Euro- pean and Canadian Examiners. Cer- tificates .-.nit Diplomas granted. De- partments and Culture and Singing: Miss Ursula Archer; J. W. JoiriiE. Piano, Organ and The-, ory: Quecnie Tabor, J. W. Jones, j Mrs. Gertrude Bailey. Orchestral ami Band Instruments: J. Geo. Hur per. Elocution and Dramatic Art Hiss Elsie Jenkins. Conservator} BitH'llng. corner Fil'tli Avenue and Eleventh St. Phone TCo. SEE OUR ELLAM'S DUPLICATOR It makes the most jujiTecL of HUV duplicating tlic market. The ONbV thing foi1 etc....... J'UE PKAIK1E AG EXC1ESS LIMITED in'Smith Premier Typewriter Supt'lbi, Filing Devices, Phone 629 "Q Fifth St. South p. 0. iox 122 p.m. Mr.. BAnnie manajor. Phone "NURSING VOCALIST RHYND Teach or of singing. Specialist in tone pro duc'lion and English diction. (.Musi cal dirRctor Wesley Methodist Temporary Studio: Lcc ttire Room, Wesley Church. Employment Agency rHAARL bospUal maternity M 6th Avenue South. Phone 716. bridge. DENTAL H M oi Rival College of Denial Surgeons Toronto aod holder of Dominion OKic.. 5 Bryan Block. Phone R 0. J. COURTICEr-Dentist, Gradu" aie of Northwestern UnlTer. IJ, Chi- 111 Office hours: 9-12; 1-8. 11 and 12 Macdonald UNDERTAKING" ,T t Tin Hill. most up to Sate funeral director ,nd embclmer in the city. Black ami hearses. We have also the elusive agency for the Somerville Mirbls and Granite WorHs, of Mry. Office phone 561; residence Open "d night. H G and )5m- cuimer. Parlors 32J 6th St. South. Phone 082. Parlors open day and night. PURVEYING R. E. McARTHUR-CiTll BnKlDMr- "induitrlil Spun. Lwotits, Water Supplies, Seweraje, Irrigation, Plan.. Estimates etc. Jll Sherlock Block. Phone M3S. Alberta Land Surveyors u r. HAMILTON, (nd Alherta Land Surveyor; Irriga- tion and Hydraulic Engineer. Hoomi f and 6 -Whitney Bloci. P.O. Boi 157. Phone 1042. CONTRACTORS .WILLIAM and Con- iractor. 'Estimates free. Repniri alterations. Office, Room S, Brvan Block. P. O. Boi, 512. I T. BROAB li prepared to or 'ders for light mill ivbrk, u ripping, jointing, grooving, planing, tand sas-ins, etc. Window and door frames made up on short notice. Office and factory, near Tth'Ave. 8., east ot 32th St. r. O. Doi in. Phone 710._____________________ THO3. and Job- ber. All kinds of repair store flxtursf, etc. Contracting a ty. fiat 1451. FLone 1178. Letb- .bridge, Alts. CEO.. and contract- or. Estimates given on all kinds of work. 311 Glyn St. or P. O. Boi 2003, Lcthbridge. ARCHITECTS ERNEST E. CARVER, M.B.A.A., M.R. A., A.A.I., Sherlock Block, Phone 1241. H. M. 4 W. A. Irchlteeti, 311 Sherlock niort, Uthbrldft. Pliomi 14JI; PHOTOGRAPHY E tram t p-n. IM Third 8., door to Hit Cburck. HARRIS 4 OLSON'S EMPLOYMENT can supply farmers find contractors' help and give sat- isfaction. PUone U you need help of. any Kind. Room 4, Begin Block. P. 0. Boi ACCOUNTANTS W. D. accountant. Auditing, liquidations, -eneral ac- counting, and advlco thereon. Ac- adia Elk.. Lethbridge. Alta. Phone 1247. W. A. HENDERSON 1 COMPANV. (Established Chartered ac- countants. Winnipeg, Lethbridge Jleiitcinc Hat. Offices: Acadla I'.leck. A. E. Gibson, C. A., man- use: _____ EDUCATIONAL GAfTBUTT BUSINESS Alberta Block, Lethbridge. Day and Night School. Individual instruc- tion. Students may enroll at any time Write for information. P. O. Box 566. Phone 1315. A. H. Carr, Principal. PIANO TUNING A, HULBERT, expert piano tuner, 1S3S 6fh Are. Boi 1822. Agent for Gerhard Helntiman Pi- mas. Phono 11O. Wl-O HORSE REPOSITORY ALBERTA FEED 4 SALE Gall. St. First class feed for horses. Good service. Prices reasonable. Opernted by the Alberta Cartage Co. Phone 73S. 809-26 LODGE PRIOE OF ALBERTA No. 293 Sons ol England Benefit Society Meets IB the Oddfellows' Hall every first and tblrd Wednesday of the month at S p.m. For full particulars apply W. E. Holbtrton, Dawton, W. President Sec., Boi 57 PONY EXPRESS AND TRANSFER COMPANV Office 40S Round St. Phono (1S2 When Unsedus Ring Up Trunks delivered to any part of the city. Furniture removed Auction Sale Of Cattle and ments Every Tuesday at 427Wood LethbOdge. A. SMITH, AUCTIONEER D RAYING OF ALL KINDS. e Western Transfer Co., Mil. freight Sheda Alberta Railway and Irrigation Co. Are offering for sale the cheapest lots on the market Jpi I u each situated north of the track The Alberta Ry. and Irrigation Co. special train will leave Leth- bridge on Fri.Sept.15 I at 8 a.m. for the CARMMGAV FAIR The Indiiins of Lethbridge will piny 'ball, tho crack Canuaiigay nine. Garmangay won tlie 'Dry .Fanning Championship at the LethlmcU'c Fair. The Fair will be an education in dry farming. New Barnes Coal Mine Lump, Mine Run, or Screenings, by the ton or carload Phone 1475 C.O.D. Steam Coal In car load lota on notice The LethbritJqe- Weybyrn Realty Go, JI! it! It, I. Electric Fixtures Shades and General Repairs W. L. McKenzie Co. fiLECTRICIANS 70S 4rd 8. Phone 637 The body of little Annie Lemberger, n seventy ear old child who was kid- napped some time Wednesday night was found in. Lake N'emena early to- day... The child had, been foully mur- dered., NOTICE No person or party will be allowed to hinit or slioot.on the Jlclntyvo Ranch. J. Kenny. 215-0 IN THE DISTRICT COUKT OF THE DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDOE IN THIS MATTER OF .the Kstnte of Charles Alfred Jay- cock, late ot Lost .Lake, in the Province of Alberta, farm- er, deceased. TAKE.NOTICE that all persons.hav- ng claims against the estate of Char- es Alfred Jnycock, Deceased, late of Lost the Province of Alberta. Farmer, are hereby notified that pur- suant to an order made by His Honor, Judge Crawford, and dated the 30th dav of August A. D., 1911, that -they ire required to file such claim with Messrs. Ives Ball, of the City of I.ethbridgc, Solicitors for the Admin- Jetratrlx, Clara Eliza Jaycock, with details of the said claim and .duly verified by Statutory. Declaration and statement of security, if any, held therefor, on or before the-30th day of September, A. D., 1311. AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that after the 30th day of September, A. D. 1911, the Administratrix .of til DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION- PUBLIC NOTICE WHEREAS It is deemed expedient bv the Board of Trustees of the Lcth- li'ridge P. I'. S. D. No. 51 of the Province of Alberto, that' the sum of Eightv-rive luimired dollars should be borrowed on the security of said District by the isNue of Debeu- tnres repayable to the liearer in Ten equal consecutive annual instalments with interest at the rate of not more than five. (5. per centum per annum fqr the following purposes, namely: Erecting a frame School Building and furnishing same 'on the W. 1-2 of the Ni W. 1-4 of Legal Sub. 5 n Sea. 17, Tp. 9, Range 21, west of the 4th Meridian. THEREFORE notice is hereby giv- en by the Board of the said Distr ct that unless a Doll of the ratepayers of the said District for and againsl the said debenture losn is demanded as provided by The Schol Ordinance the said Board will apply to' tho Jlin- ster of Education for authority to borrow the said sum by debentures Of which nil persons interested are lereby notified, and they are re'cniired o govern themselves accordingly. JOHN H. PLBETWbOp, Dated at Lethoridge this Seventh day of Sentenvber, 1911. ta Your Clethei Cleaned oy s firm who guarantee Ui to the beet work yon erer done. French or dry dealing and repairing. The Clcensrs 327 Round at. Pheni IM. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION PUBLIC NOTICE Bv Uie Board of Trustees of The Lolhbridge P. P. S. D. No. of the Province ot Alberta. WHEREAS It is deemed-expedient by the Board of Trustees ofHie Leth- bridge P. I'. S. U. No. 51 of the Pro- vince of Alberta, that the sum of Sixty-five hundred dollars should be borrowed on the security of the saiil District by the issue of Debentures repayable" to the bearer in Thirty ociuai consecutive annual instalments wllli Interest at the rate of not more than five (5) per centum per annum for the following purposes, namely: Purchasing for' School purposes the following property, Lots 26, 27. 28 In Block 57, Plan .of Lethr bridge 43S3S and the west half o_t (he northwest Quarter of Legal Sub. 5 In Sec. 17, Tp. 9, Rg. 21, of the 4th Meridian. THEREFORE notice is hereby giv- en by the Board of the said Diatrict that unions poll of the ratepayers of the said District for and against the said debenture loan is demanded aa provided by Tho School Ordinance l.he Board .will apply to the. Min- ister of Education for authority to borrow the sum by Of which all persona interested are hereby notified and (hey are. required to govern lliemselvea accordingly. JOHN II. KLKKTWQOD, Chairman. Dated at. Lethbrlrtge, tlila Bevcnl h day of September, Find the Person or Thing you are Looking for by Using Want Ads. THI MEETING PLAC1 Of buyer eeller; applicant and peel- (ion; renter antf rMirter. PROPERTY FOR SALE FOK Four houses and lots ill North I.cjhbridge In splendid location. Will sell HI u bai'Bain for cush if taken at once. Apply HOI Fifth Aven.uo, N. Phono 4U5. VACANT and' women to learn biirber trade; special cummer on; learn uow and, aavo money; partlcu- free. Moltir Syntiiui College. 609 1C7-0 219-O ICemi'e St., Calgary. FOR six roomeiUmiiSeln Rood loi'itllty. electric light, bath, hot and eold water; furnace, large cellar. Will sell at a low figure for .quick deal. Apply to owner on nremlscs. 630 Mill St. South, i.elhbrldso.____ 330-0 AND roUND liillldbi-R. left In nuto coins; to Kxhlbltlo.il, on Thursday. Contained small sum of money and cards with name of owner. Reward for return to O. U. Austin, Herald of- fice. Lethbridge, buy mare with colt IS months WANTED--SO men ID work In woods: Tcanwters, bookmen, to 145 per month and River drivers 12.50 per day and board'. Apply F. 0. Watcra, superintendent Kit Rlftr Lumfetr Co.. Hosmer. K. C. 181-0 capalilo general sur- vant. Good wnges. Apply 27Jt Brim- ton St. 225-O mare has white stripe on face, three i ,o Ave.-Souih. der ajld J. T. F. monogram or llip; has scar on right had roue around her neck; colt branded K diamond on right shoulder. Also a light" bay horse wllli three white feet, branded 5. H. Had head stall on. The three were seen going south east of Lellihridsc Saturday. Reward if returned to 9th St.-S., Leth- bridge. girl at once. Ap- lily Mrs. U'. A. OU.J120 Glyn St. 226-ti ladies for store workrooms. British Colonial Pho- loeniplilc Co., Sherlock Building. 27-O Johnson, 122-1 3rd y2- fl more coal miners, foreigners preferred. Union uapes. Will have to batch. One mile enst of depot. Milk River. Brockhonso. -227-'J bookkeeper, single tier- son preferred, with good references. Good wages to right, party. 220-3 Herald. LOTS FOR SALE: KOR lots in North Loth- bridge, block close to new over- lead bridge, S315 each. Terms. Ap- ily P. O. Box 2070. _______831-0 Box 50, wanted, ap- ply in own handwriting, giving parti- culars of experience, speed and saliil'y requlred, to Box 673, Lethbrklge. 22S-0 tor general housework. Wages J25 per month. Apply St. S. general Ap- ply mornings at 605 llth St. S. young woman for general store. Apply Box 2005 T.ethbrldge, class book keeper. Apply at office of Western Transfer Co., Ltd. 229-O capable general servant. GBod wages. Apply Mrs. C. Begin, 522 12th St. South. 229-6 said Estate will proceed to distribute tion and. en bloc. Beat location in this'dlBtrlct. Frank A. Maxwell, Leth- the assets thereof according to law, mviug regard only to such claims as shall have boen filed at that time. DATliD at Letllbridge, Alberta, this 30th day of August. A. D. 1911. IVES BALL, Solicitors for Administratrix. Approved: (Sgd.) J. L. CRAWFORD, Act. .f. D. C. .experienced salesman for dry goods. Apply Rylands Mac'douald Hlk.______ 229-O experienced general iervant for family of two. Will have to sleep at hoiiie. Apply 1265 Bom- pas St. 230-G MISCELLANEOUS FOB Our own rrow Ing. One ton or car load lots. Imper- ial Co.; Ud. Phone 135J. 166-p TOR wheat, No. 1 Al- berta Ited, large berry, cleaned and sacked. per bushel. Worth, more for seed than new crop, llydo ft siiumlui'B. Lcthbridge. 220-0 firai class sli hole range, high warming closet, also H.ttachuHsnts ami reservoir for front of stove. (A" first class "water front com- [tlctc with fittings Is now in stove.) Apply 824 Cllyn St. (Till St. S.) 234-Ox HOUSE I'LANtTTOK twenty fine hardy which1 have been outside all summer, potted In very heel 7, 8'and 10 in. pots, for sale at. very reasonable prices. Most of those are in bloom and all will bloom all winter with proper care. Ap- pjy_S2-! St. .17th SI. S.) 224-Ox Horse, well broke, buggy iind harness. Hell together or separ- ately. I'llollo 1461 P. 0. Box 367., 22G-6 FOR driving team about ISOO Ibs.-Rising "4 .years old. Will :oll together or separate. Apply to 53-t-Cth 'St. South. FOR apnnici pup. pure bred, 4 months old, partly broke, and right for retrieving 'this season, 110; also pure bred English setter pup 7 months old, partly broke and very promising young dog, }15. C. O'Con- nor, City Police. 230-6 FOn sewing machine 'n excellent condition for cash. Apply (.Miss) S. Lobb, 1B2, 2tst St. N. 231-1 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS WANTED TO 4 or 5 room- ed cottages. Must bo so.uth of track. Give terms, etc. Apply.P. 141. 226-6 I HAVE A FEW THOUSAND Dollars cash and I' wish to buy Lethbridge real estate. Property must be a snap. Heal estate men need not .upply. Ad- [Iress Box 15, Ilernid. lease a vacant lot near Round St., for a period of six months. Apply 957 Slh St. S, 226-6 general servant. Ap- ply Mrs. Barclay, c-o Rylamls Co. .231-1 LAND FOR SALE FOR finest flTe section i tract, all No. 1 steam plow proposl- HAVB ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS to nvest in'some business In Lethbridge Five hundred dollsirs as first pay- ment on home and Fifteen Hundred as first payment on farm lands. Two Thousand dollars to buy good broptl mares aiid-Five hundred .to'buy good grade of stock .hogs. Box 17 Herald Office. bridge. 139-O TO gro- cery store iii good location -in Leth- bridge, to exchange for irrigated laud. Stock worth about with A I chances to double business. Owner is leaving and wants to close out in- terests. Address Box 46, Herald. 217-0 bundle teams want- ed at once for threshing. Apply R. P. Atkins, New Dayton, Altai 228-3 'or three large well furnished rooms, with bath, in tully modern house for three gentlemen. West part of city preferred. "Address Box 42. Herald, 230-3 SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS publication of this advertisement vill pot be paid r. j Any person wbo is the sole head ot! a family, or any male over 18 years' old, may homestead a quarter-section o' available Dominion land in Mani- :oba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. The applicant must appear in person at the Dominion Lands or Sub- Agency for the district. Entry by prosy may be made at any agency on conditions by father, mother, son, brother or ot ntending homesteader. months' residence upon and cultivation of the land in each of threo yenrs. A homesteader may ,ive within nine miles of his home- stead on a farm of at least 80 acres solely owned or occupied by him or iy his mother, son, daughter, brother or sister. .In certain dloirlcti a liomeateader. .n good standing way pre-empt a quarter-section alongside his home- stead. .Price 13.00 per acre. Duties reside six months in each of elx years from date of homestead en- try (including .the time required to oarn homestead patent) anil cultivate 'Ifty acre Mtra. A homesteader who has exhausted Ins homestead right ana cannot olv lain a pre-emption may take a pur- chased homestead in certain districts. Pitee 12.00 per acre. Mult reside six month In each 'of three ears, cultivate fifty acres and erect a worth 1300.00 W. W. CORT Deputy Minister of the Interior Ottawa, Canada. KOR snap, 160 acres improv- ed land, 140 in fine spring'.wheat, close to town; house, barn, .well, granary; crop and all goes' for IJ700; Jl.pOO cash. Bal. arranged. Crop will half pay for, land. Only 6 days at this price. P. O Box 2081, City 226-G FOR first-class six miles from fine town, and on new- railway survey'. 200 acres in crop that will yield bu. of-oats. All fenc- ed. Good house, good..well.. Land level. All can be broken. Soil Is heavy black loam This is certainly a bargain. Price per acre. Inquire of T. R. Cascaden, box 445, Lethbridge, Alta. 226-O FOR acres extra fine [and one and a half miles-from New Dtiy- buy well broke horse for Laundry wagon, weight 1100 to 1200 'Ibs. AIlisL be sound and gentle. I.ethhridge Laundry Co., C. S. Farrow, .Manager. 231-0 TO RENT TO tat Ap- ply to life C. B. Bowman Agenof. Acad- ll Building, Redpath etreet. 1M-0 TO Block of two stores, bakeEhop and oven. Reason- able rent. Also for sale, '2 cottages easy terms. One cottage 'to rent. Apply Kennedy Block, North Ward. 221-13 TO roomed modern cot- tage on Fisher St. Apply N. B. Peat Co., McDonald Block. 225-0 TO to rent in modern house. Apply 1208 3rd Ave. S. 226-0 TO room, suita.blo CLEAN WHITE RAGS WANTED 5 cents a pound tor dean cotton rtfs ton. Very cheap If taken-at -once. for'two young men: Apply 302 Mh Terms. H. It. Johnston, Stirling. 'Al-1 Ave. A. South._____________- 826-6 intire berta. MISCELLANEOUS MONKT TO farm and clfy property. W. F. Lever, Room Z herta Block. i FOR Sept. 15th, floor'of file Kcan Block, op- posite the post office. Apply F. C. Lowes Co., who are at present oc- cupying the'premises.. 22G-0 can furnish you with Ruth or Ilawkeye Feederi to, tit any separator. All kinds of belting and extras. Case engines and separ- ators in stock. Iowa-Alberta Land Co., Ott Block. 187-0 Ati FOR eight room house iir N. W. Good location on Corner. Rent reasonable. Also a shack for rent very close In. Apply 129 13th SI. Smith. 227-B REPRESENTATIVE WANTED once, for work-in your locality. Will guarantee to per day. Op- portunity to advance rapidly. Will pay liberally for spare time. Work not difficult. Experience not required. In- ternational Bible" Press, Toronto, Ont. FOR OR chicken tract, one mile from limits. Will rent ten or sell five or ten acres on terms to suit. Owner leav TO rooms in fully modern house. Apply 510 Crabb St. 227-6 Ing for Homestead. Herald. FOH EXCHANGE Apply Box 21, 231-6 exchange first class fruit land for first class whea.1 land near Lethbridge. mont, Creaton, fl. C. R. La- everything at Athlet- ic I'a'rk, Rates reasonable. C. .1. lick- storm.______________________228-01 TO -room in fully modern ihoiiBC in Stral.hcona Court. Apply .Manager Stariimd Theatre. 29-6 TO roomed "cottage rwlth cv- sry modern improvement. Good base- ment with furnace. Electric light fit- tings. Rent 120 per month. Apply W. II. Holt, 945 7th SI. A. S. Tel. -655. 230-0 TO modern nine room- ed house. Situated 308 7th Avenue A. South (Brunton St., Rivervlew.) Rca- j jeonable rent. OPPORTUNITIEI POR old established Real Estate r-Irm in a flonrinhHr country town within a few hours rail jo.urney of Calgary and Uthbrldge, are de- alroua of handing over their entire mialnoss to a private party or to an established firm requiring country of- flees. The pretent firm controls 3 townaUri and vaiualde, lucra- tive agenclen and a large connection tliroughout. Canada. The :books are open for Inapectlon by any genuine buyer -producing Terms, etc, can ascertained on application to Bo> 1, Hfrild. 231-6 TO room with hoard. Mrs. A. Bell, No. 1, First Ave. South. 230-8 FOR building, lo atore hay or hardware. 18.ft. i 50 ft., cloee In. Apply J. r. 521 Round 3t. i 830-8 SITUATIONS WANTEP SITUATION WANTKW-fcxwrlencerf milliner, also good BBlealady, wish- ft App.ly -102 Westminster Hoad." __._: MH BOABO AMP ROOM AND Cantm Home, 311 ;