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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 17, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta TH u it 1.7. PAOI THlfel 5 t i C the Get some Lethbridge Property wRtie me low, The lots we are selling in the Duff Addition can be paid for out of your earnings. This Property is attracting a lot of attention because there are nor other lots quite so cheaff that are as w PRICES on Corrogaltd Iroa Galvanized and Painted MtUfflc Siting MeUOk before buying elsewhere We have placed a carload of the well-known Metal Shingle and Siding Oo.'f goods in stock ferstf Market Race Win ton Mjrtfciil If M! rMt It It II WM Bition. Apply Herald Office. ia deceased) of a homesteader has permanent residence on farming .land owned solely by him, not less PI> y' than eighty (80) acres in extent, in the vicinity of. the homestead, or up- on a homestead entered for by him in WANTED Ljie such homesteader mtj Wanted immediately, one first class hig own residence duties by nterior wireman. McKenzie "Roy, with the father (or Redpath St. 232-0 j Thft tcnu in the two j proceeding paragraphs is defined A POSITION AS HOUSEKEEPER Leaning not mote than nine miles in Wanted by widow with daughter! direct line> o( the width ape 11, with good education, who road crossed in the very useful in house or with small, measurement. children. Reasonable wages and all 1 winter position desired. Apply M.. cjo Arbuthuott, Bellevue 32-6 OF CANADA Bcptsil ywr Sfrytas CK> in the Union Bank, even through you arc likely to need it again in month or two. f It will be safer in Ibis Bank than in .your keeping, and will be earning Interest at highest current rate, compounded 4 times a year. A SavfafS Accent, however small, is a start towards wealth, and this is the time of the year to begin one, when money is coming in frwly. Our AeetMl is very convenient. It is opened in the names of two members of family, either of whom may deposit or withdraw money when in town. ETHBRIDOE BRANCH: J. R. Manaftr. j wnn" wre i acres of irrigated land in the C.P.R. i scheme to the north, with the irrigat ed lands in the hands of the Alberta Railway; Irrigation Company to the south, and also in com petition with milions of acres of land all through the West. It will be a sheel- impossibility for th-'. owners of this land to sell it for a dollar or two an acre more than it is worth, to repay them for any exceptional expenses they may have incurred in the nota- tion or development of the Company. In soiling the land they will get what it is worth in open market, no more xand no less and if they have made a mistake of capitalizing the company at too high a figure, or have burdened the enterprise with undue promoters' charges, like ether the issue to the electors of e Hftt poTistitnfTiey. Let- him. n particular, go to the city of Medi- cine Hat and 'ask for the votes of he people in condemnation "of the arrangement made by the Govern- ment with Thn Robins Land Co. If will do this ,we shall see what the people of that district think of the question. Mr. Borden visited Medicine Kat last year and was silent about this scandal, though voluble enough about it elsewhere; and when Mr. Ames visited Medicine Hat with his peep-show last month, he carefully cut out 'ibis part of his lecture. Mr. Magrath, it will be found, will be equally discreet. This astonishing is eloquent as to the value and worth of this particular "scandal." WANTED Woman' to look young child. Apply Box 502, or 623 BartMt St. MADAME NORMAN Disengaged for evening engage- ments, dramatic. vaudeville or dances. Howard House, Crabb St. ROOM TO RENT Well furnished. All modern con- veniences. Apply Box I.. Herald of- fice. 235-0 PIANO TUNING A. Hulbert, expert piano tuner for the Assinniboia Musisc Co. Medicnie Hat, will be in Lethbridge on the 16th September inst., and for a few days thereafter. Orders for tuning etc., may be left with E. T. McGregor, Post Office Block. 231-6 (5) A homesteader intending to perform his residence duties in ac- cordance with ifce above while living with parents or on farming land ed by must notify the Agent for the district of such intention. Six months' notice in writing must be k> thfl CommtMioner ol .Ito" minion Lands at Ottawa, of intention to for patent. W. Deputy of the Minister of tb% Interior. publication oi this advertisement will not be paid TWO RARE CHANCES Two violins for sale, valued at for- ty and fifty dollars respectively. No reasonable offer refused. Cash want- ed. Box 133, Lethbridge. 232-6 FOR SALE Two teams 4 and 5 years; two sets of harness; two wagons. J. W. Har rington, North Ward. for. POUND NOTICE NOTICE is hereby given that I will sell by public auction at City Pound (near Hospital) on the 28th inst., at 2 o'clock in the afternoon, unless sooner claimed: 1 red and white heifer, no vhible brand. 230-6 J. GILLTSPFE, Pound Keeper. 210.0 ACM fR WANTED Teacher wanted (female) 'lor New. Jarrfs School District No. 1145, duties to commence on Sept. 1st next and to continue '.o the end of term. Apply :tating experience, what ma salary expected. CAWDRON, Box 436, Lethbridge. TERMS L TS70 SECTIONS NEAR WARNER, GOOD, FIRST-CLASS LAND, PER ACRE, CASH, BALANCE ON CROP PAYMENTS Weber Bros. Ott Block Uthbridge ;