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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 15, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta FOUR GAILf HERALD WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1909 Hazel Bidette Child Song and Dane? Artist La Selle and Lind Premier Club Jimglers PRICES I5c AND 25c PICTURES 1 Friend in Enemy's Camp 2 Brave Irish Lass 3 Summer Idyll 4 How Jones Saw Carnival Continuous Performance I occupied by Mrs.'.Hoaglm. The now u'uildiug will 90x40 and this new llnx: will keep' a large stock of gen- joral, merchandise. They already have j throe car loads of goods. j A. B. Hoaglm has a fuie large po-j tato on exhibition in.his store. This Church of; Christ or Christian potato was taken from the garden of I church whose .melnbers are coui- K. SlawHon. mllo south of Disciples of Be woul-d then understand better the j .urgent need for better mail service. opening service in itKj-ain in the evening. The church was I i well filled and the choir sang splen- i The plate collect ions at the j two services amounted to j LEW WALLACE ANDERSON, of Odar Kapids. Iowa. AND MAXWELL C. KNOWLES, cf Duluth, -Minnesota, and JOHN RYAN, of near Taber. Alberta, DEFENDANTS. IAB, j Q jjie appiicat.ion of the Plairi- the afternoon and I m connection witil olinrcu A-ork }Uld upon heading the Writ of Alberta Christian j Summons and Statement of Claim herein. the Affidavits cf Henry W. Missionary Society ch j filed> and it appearing that- a copy of the ROCKY COULEE I Order of the Honourable Mr. Justice church was'Christ living in Lethbridge or opened on Suiwiay at liurdvtt. it is I vicinity are'requested fo-ooiimm- a fine frame building, 24x36, with 14 j uicate with Bro C S. ParrOW walls, it is seated wkh chairs j Bteaui Laundry, giving awl when completed will be a fine your atlclress, as he has an import- ant coinniuuication for each of you In Supreme Court Of Alberta JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETH- BRIDGE. HIS HONOUR. ROLAND WINTER, Local Judge-of the Supreme Court, in Chambers. Tuesday the Fourteenth day of September, A. D., 1909. BETWEEN as'high, as four sacks l3__TkreshLB; yuu hav T. H. Scott, Pinch- .FOR SALE A new 3evec roomed fully modern house on Coutts near new Central School. Apply 'P. MacMurphy, Mgr. South Alberta Lnm Phone 225. 200-0 AND IT IS FURTHER ORDER-j ED that the Defendant John'Ryan j 'enter.'an. Appearance to -the Writ of Summons herein to the Officer of the Supreme Court-, Lethbridge, Al- berta, on or before the twelfth day of October. A. D. 1909. 3, AND IT IS FURTHER ORDER- ED that the costs of-and incidental to this application be costs in the -ROLAND W'lNTER, L. J. S. C. er Creek. 230-6 on new house, east on Bompas. Steadv work for A 1 man. No- other need "apply. 233-1 good general .servant to assist with light housework. Apply to 'Mrs. W. H. Morris, CutbilLSt. 233-0 WANTED AT clerk. Ap- ply., jBalmpral Hotel. 233-0 FOR snap, irrigated 320 acres, all under cultivation, 2 1-2 mil- es from Lethbridge, to one "who -will buy stock, machinery and household furniture, or to a cash .in advance renter. .9 room House; stable for, 22 horses. Apuly Office. Box A. P., Herald 233-6 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS WANTED TO for milch cow. Apply Box W., Hex- aid. 228-6 a shed for their finishing friends met to give him a right royal The vh'ea-d" office'of this'company sent! off as he contemplates .taking- also in Lethbridge so they have I unto himself a partner for life. ihe may have a speedy recovery. Burdett gets the luxury of a bar -it-jCo. have-a good stock' of Burdett and owner-Of a section of churchl Sunday. It is hoped will, Ukfe-its neighbors who have jaere in charge of J. H. Nelson. land near this place. A few _ of such, luxuries, need a. policeman. At present it has neither a bar nor policeman. The thirsty are in the' meantime content -with soft drinks or cider. the, same difficulty with slow mail The threshers are busy south of i i a small percentage of the service from Lethbridge to Burdett. Burdett and good yields are reported have commenced bringing in wheat quite a lot has been mar- ed a new postmaster. Even though postmasters have1 changed since, yet there has been no inspector -here for a year. This just shows tixat district. is too large and the in- spector resident at Calgary has too Burdett post office opened a year t affo last spring. Abput two weeks j shop and grocery store. He after it opened the postmaster left. expects to be ready for -business m _. ..i_' two weeks with good stock ofgro- uospector came and then appoint- ceries and fresh and cured meats. i ;T." B. ;Bradley Co.1-.have.-'a stocked'harness shop and also doesj repair work for harness, saddles, and boots, and .shoes. He has .also a i stock of-boot1; and shoes. Mrs. Brad- ley' also runs a boalr-ding house and G. H. Stouson is building a The crops are excellent and encourag- for new settlers in the .district. Burdett grow. has future. Watch it NOTICE The Plaintiff's claim is 01 anj Agreement dated the fifteenth day May :A. D.. 1907. made between'" the! 'Defendant Maxwell C, Kncwles and' the Plaintiff for purchase by the] said Maxwell C. Knowles of Section thirty-one, in Township Nine, (9) and Range .Fifteen (15) West of the Eourth Meridian in the Province of Alberta upon the '-terms -in such Agreement mentioned. y. Bolgmm span of horses, must he well match-ed, true and gentle, not TQ rooms, newly paper- ed and painted, furnished or unfur- nished.. Also some ens, chicken fence a COTV for sale: Inquire first house back ,of keted. It is grading up very fair, j AND the Plaintiff-claims that there Henderson's on Crabb St. 231-6 DAN MANN IGNORANT large a. territory. If "the inspector came here he would; see the new j restaurant, buildings and the new stores and the I Biglow, Fletcher Ltd.. are large settlement for mUes around, enlarging the store building lately 'Shore Railway. Toronto. Sept. Vioe-Pre- sident Mann, of the Canadian Ndr- tliern Eailway, says he knows nothing The are quoted: j Wheat: (No, 1 Northern............ Q'S3 j No. 2 Northern ".y.; 0 SO JNo-. 3 Northern 0 77 'No. 1 Alberta Red 0 81 interest on since the fifteenth is now due for principal under said! Aereement. the sum .of with FOR section irrigated cul- tivated land 2 1-2 miles from Leth- bridge. Telephone and modern con- veniences. 60 acres in fall'-wheat. Al- so stock, machinery and household furniture for sale. Address Box A. P. day'of May A. D. 1908, AND the'" Plaintiff.'-claims' specific performance of said Agreement by the and that in; de'fault of paym ent th e above land shoul d be j about the rumored deal between his tad... Manitoulin an-d North No. 2 Alberta Red 0 78 Isold to-satisfy the Plaintiff's claim No. 3. Alberta-feed 0 75 Oats 035 045 i oo The Ladies' Store Phone 453 SELL FOR- CASH Acadia Block All the New Suits, Coats and Skirts Are Here Another big' shipment of Latest Fall Models just to hand by express Every devotee of every fashion-loving woman will be deeply these new arrivals will be more than surpristKl at this secind peep at the bewitching fall styles. The newest tendencies In Fall are pictured in these handsome models to a most exacting degree. We are enthusiastic' regarding the wonderful completeness of the dis- play and are more than anxious that every woman in Lethbridge should inspect the showing while stocks are at their best. Every girment is most thoroughly tailored of abscraiely pure wool materials and all are-character- ized by "t-hyir perfect keeping s'lo'iiehy, ill-fitting models in this big stock, and the prices be a to careful buyers, beinsr the trade attracting feature throughout the entire collection. WONDERFUL VALUES JN NEWEST COATS. 12.50 to 22.50. Made of lovt-ly Beavers and Kersey cloths in plain and striped effects collections of all thfi anted col- iTl S-w full length.-, semi-fit- ting styles, neatly trim- med and thoroughly tailored in every way. THE PRICES ARE STRONG ARGUMENTS IN FAVOR OF THESE NEW SKIRTS. to A collection broad enough to satisfy the roost particular woman serges, pa- namas and voiles in all the reason's popular colors, full pleated .and gored styles. every one perfect in fit and tailored in the very best possible way. LITTLE THINGS THAT COUNT An express shipment of newest back and side barrettes, hair pins, beauty and. veil hair pads, purses, collar sup- Ars, cuff "links, etc. HANDSOME NEW SUITS, ATTRACTIVELY PRICED. 25.00 to 45.00. Late Fall styles that you have not seen be- fore, representing fash- ions that .are the chos- t-n favorites among the most particular women.' Long and semi-fitting coats, full gored or pleated skirts, beauti- fully trimmed and per- fect fitting and shown in the-newest shades of pore wool materials. CHILDREN'S AND MISSES' COATS IN A SPLENDID COLLECTION OF BECOMING STYLES. 5.00 to 10-00. Nice cosy garments in styles suitable for the yo'ung lady of twelve to eighteen years of and also for the little miss of six, eight And ten years. Made of pure wool, of serges, cheviots, etc., in col- ors, navy, cardinal, brown and green, nea.V ly tailored and repre- senting excellent val- ues. MOBE.NEW LINEN WAISTS Another shipment by express of neatest tucked and Gibson effects, of white, pure linen goods. Styles that are greatly favor- led this Fall and hard to get in most stores. Flax...................... Cattle on the hoof: Steers, per Ib..... 0.04 0.05 Cows, per Ib. 0.03X- 0.04 Hogs; Live, per c'wt.......'.. 6.50 7.25 Dressed, per cwt......... 9.00 9.25 Sheep: Live, per cwt.......0.00 5.00 .Dressed, per cwt......12.50 15.00 Butter and Eggs Dam- butter 0.20 0.30 Creamery butter ,......0.25 0.35 Eggs, per dozen......0.30 0.40 Vegetables: cwt.....1 50 2 50 Onions, per Ib. 0.00 0.03% Feed: Hay, prairie 0.00 15.00 Hay, Blue Joint.....0.00 16.00 Hides: Dry.................. 0.12 0.14 Cured 0.07% 0.08% Rendered Tallow: No. 1, per Ib................. 4% Ib. 3% and costs, and also claims possession of'said lands and that the Caveat reg- istered by the Defendant Knowles acainst; said lands may be vacated. THE Defendant Ryan is notified that in default of appearance as pro- vided in the order, judgment .may be entered against him. NOTICE Herald Office. 226-12 TO- Room in pri- vate family. Apply 1210 Fisher St. 225-7. TO office suite of ,three rooms in Acadia building, Redpath St- Apply on.premises to The C. Bowman Agency. 219-0 TO furnished house with modern conveniences. Available SUPERINTENDENT WANTED for! Sept. iiibotham. Apply John D. Hig- 219-0 Claresholm waterworks and electric light -and power plant. Duties "to, commence 1st .-of November. Appli-1 FURNISHED letr. in new cants to state' qualifications and sal-i modern house. Terms moderate. Ap- arv. expected. J ply Jones, third house from Apply Geo. Simpson Secy.-Txeas Round on south side of Brunton Ckresholm. -231-6! St. 199-0 es at 2300 cwt. or over. Lethbridge. Add. Box 232-6 WANIpSD TO shack, close in. Apply stating price etc., to Box M. Herald" Office. 233-1 SITUATIONS WANTED SITUATION By 'young Engliahman with knowledge of French and GermaxL Has had experience in time-keeping -and other clerical work-. Also in handling men and different kinds of machinery. Apply Bo-i L., Herald. J31-12 taken in or done at private homes. Good work at reasonable rates. Mrs. Botham, Torrance Ave., beeide railway track. 822-Ox SITUATIONS am pre- pared to supply first cTaas cooks at per month up. Gen- eral servante at per month up. General labor at 525 per.month, up. All labor contracted. All help -ex- perienced. R. G: Hayata., Box 1920, Lethbridge. 232-6 LARGE STORE TO Ford St. close to Westminster Road. monthly. Living accommodation at rear.. Golden West Realty Co., Crabb St. 231-3 owing-A. Easton Co. must be settled within thirty days owing to a change in the busi- ness. After October 1st, all outstand- ing accounts will be handed over to 2. solicitor for collection. 228-6 as grocer's clerk7 or branch manager; 2 1-2 years west- ern experience ha-nd) and over ten ''years': experience (groceries and provisions) in. England. Highest ref- erences. Reply stating wages to Box No. K., Lethbridge Herald. ,233-6 TO and washing. Young men only. 56.00 per month. Apply Mrs, C. M. at head of new bridge. 223-Ox SCAVENGING TENDERS will be "-received by the undersigned up till the 13th day of September, 1909, for NIGHT SOIL SCAVENGING. Tenderers to state a fixed sum for .the cleaning of the whole city; or under agreement at a rate per month, tenderers to supply teams and wagons. GEO. W. ROBINSON, 22S-5 Secretary-Treasurer. Real Estate For Sale Having more land than we wish to farm, we are offering for sale, at reason- able price, seven sections of choice land in Spring Coulee District, two to six miles from elevator. For information, .write or call at my residence in Spring Conlee. MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE. FOR immediate posses- sion, 7 roomed house, close in, very recently built, A great bar- gain. Apply to G. c-o Herald Office; 231-3 FOR -and lot on John St., No. 3 and house and lot on Gill St. Also four inares and colts, five 3 year old steers, wagon and harness. Apply John Zouki. No. 3. 229-6 FOR foot awning in front of Sage's former stand. Practically new. R. Sage. 217-0 FOR or five well bred unbroken mares with foals. Applv Box 1301, Lethbridge. FOR suitable for barns. To be removed "at once off the premises. Apply John Brcdic.23-6 FOR kitchen table, 1 heat- ing stove and 1 chiffonier. Apply 55 Argyle Ave. 330-0 TENT FOR 3 foot wall, complete with poles and pins, also floor. Apply J. B. Kelsey, c-o Herald. 230-6 CONTRACTORS, all kinds of repairs. Good work guaranteed. Prices right and work. Apply Gonst, del., Lethbridge 229-6 TO nicely furnished rooms, suitable for one or two gen- tlemen, or married couple or ladies. WE CAN SELL. YOUR FOR can sell your land at prices that can't be beat. We can sell you good land from to per acre, in any quantity .''from., one quarter up to as much a? 150 sec- tions in one block. Terms, one-tenth of the purchase price in cash and the 1248 Bompas St. east of Barracks.! balance in annual ments with interest at 6 per 227-0 TO room, modern, suitable fo_r two ladies or gentlemen. Apply. Union Grocery store, opposite Barracks. 22? TO- 1 furnished roo tlemen.v Apply 55 Argyle Ave. 230-0 -large furaisiied rooms in new modern house. Apply: E. W. Gamble, Westminster Road. 232-6 TOR roomed house on Smith St. Inquire at 42Q Smith St. 232-3 FURNISHED rent, one or two gentlemen- All conveniences. Telephone, etc. Close in. Apply 513 Crabb -Street. 233-0 the unpaid balance. The Empire Land Co., upstairs in Ott Block, B-'O. Box 60. Photte-394. 191-0 MRS. W. P. J. ALEXANDER, A O C M Toronto Conservatory of 'Music; Gold Med- alist, Ontario Conservatory of Mus- ic, Whitby, is prepared; "to icoept a limited number of pupils in. TOioe culture and piano instruction. Concert engagements accepted. Ad- dress People's Drug Store, Wwt- minster'-Bioad.' P. O. Box IMS. Phone 445. FURMSEiED {.r Apply 3, 6 to 8 p.m. Mrs. occupied house on Grabb -street, south of London Rd. 233-0 BOARD AND ROOM ROOM AND two sober, quiet men, none other need apply. 2fo.-. 1222 Fisher St. 229-6 BALL ROOM AND STAGE DANCING by Miss Norman, Wednes- days from 3 to S at the Caledonian Hall.. Address Howard House, 232-6 GOOD CEDAR sale; Prices right; The Creston Mercantile Co., Ltd., Creston, B. C. 233-4 HALF BREED SCRIP FOR Located or unlocated, in quantities from 24Q acres np. Terms cash. Cor- respondence invited. F. E. Moron- ey, 529 bth St., Edmonton, Alta, Phone 1996.' 233-6 orders for draying of all kinds promptly attended to. E. D. LeClere. Leave orders with MADAM forte, organ and einging. Evening engagements Accepted as pianist, Howard House, 232-6 town, or country. Crabb St. my place on Aug. 27th, a sorrel mare branded 21 on right thigh. Owner can have same bv paving for this ad. John Andrews. Sec. 27-13-21. 231-6 John Cantin, Hill Block. 212-28 return of four mares branded LM on left shoulder, and seven geldings branded 7L on left hip. Notify A. A. Johnston, 209-0 OF ANADIAN NORTH- WEST LA. REGULATIONS Any person wHo is. ttte sole heart a family, or any male over 18 old, may homestead a quarter-sectiOD oi available Dominion land in Mani- toba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. The applicant must appear in. person; at the Dominion Lands Agency or Sub- Agency for the district. bj proxy may be made at any agency ter of intending homesteader. Duties. Six months' residence upon and cultivation of the land in each of three years. A homesteader may live within nine miles oJ nia home stead on a farm of at SO acrci solely owned and occupied by himToi by his father, mother, son, daughter, brother or sister. In certain districts a homesteader in good standing may pre-empt quarter-section alongside his hotDp- stead. Price per acre. Duiies. reside six .months in of six years from date of entry (including the time required to earn homestead patent) and oultivau fifty acres extra. A homeateader who exhaxwrten hiV homestead tight and canaot ob- tain a pre-emption may take a pa? chased horn in certain districts Price pet acre, reside six months in each at years, cultivate fifty acres and a house worth Deputy Minister of tht Unauthoried publi advertiseirsnt will not ;