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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 22, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta .FOUR lAILf HERALL. WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 22. 1MB Pieiufcfcs. ADVANCED We have a fine selection 6 Holes, Steel Ranges, and High Closets Square Extended 2 Hole Stoves Homesteader's Square Cook Stove HAYR BROS. Dick DeLotis The Upside down Musician. Valois Imitator and Mimic The Sweet Voiced Soprano PICTURES 1 Prehistoric Lid 2 Hunchback 3 Blessings in Disguise 4 Land of Midnight Sun Continuous Performance 'Phone 75 p. Q. Box 27 Doesn't Like To See Stacks Supt. Maharg of Medicine Hat was in the city yesterday afternoon. Ask- ed about the movement of the grain he said that it was beginning to move very freely now. He noticed that a, good deal of stacking was being done, i i more than he liked, for he would like to see the threshing machines work- ing so as to get the crop shipped-: early. Regarding the construction Mr. Maharg said that they were rush- ing the ballasting from Lethbridge to the Old Man river and expected to have the track all ready by the time the bridge there is completed. COMING Wednesday September 22 and Tuesday September j DOESN'T THINK MUCH j OF CANADA'S CHANCE I London, England, Sept. j Wolfe, Fellow of the Institute of 1 Journalists and Vice President of the j Jewish Historical Society of Eng- {land, writes the Times, in reference to Canada's claim to the North Pole. He says: j "Unfortunately, mere existence of j a Hinterland is insufficient claim of j title. Hitherto it lias been, recognized Hinterlands have become such by virtue either of treaties or formal notifications to interested state or unilateral proclamation of decrees. None of these formalities have been complied with by Canada in regard to the Pole. Hence it is doubtful vjhe'jfher claim .would hold the Peary annexation should turn out tp be properly authorized." Daily Herald Market Place anything to seii or to rent place Hip this column, ;f you wmt anything- use this column. 25c one insertion insertions for SI SITUATIONS VACANT SITUATION -iman with knowledge of French nnan. Hits had experience in and other clerical work Also m handling men and different KKIUS of machinery. Apply Box L 231-12 taken -in or I uone.ar private homes. Good work i at reasonable rates. Mrs. "Botham, I lorrarice Ave.. beside railway track. I 222-Ox I "KOPERTV SALE good men for couoret- work. Highest wages. Steady work or come ut once. Apply Shannon tfrus. 1-. n i. t ti PLAINTIFF, troduced, between the, acts Will positively exhibit at Leth- bridge, rain or shine, under water- BIG BUNCH U.LIUCJ. flE PEPMITC Sept. 22; Upon the application of t Ur rLlUHIlOi and Tuesday Sept. 28 tiff and upon heading the 10 nAII.V Summons and__ Statement c v n Cf JJuiuth, and JOHN RYAN, of near Ta-ber Alberta, DEFENDANTS. the luo, wurK Apply Lethbridge Laundry Go 134-0 good general servant to assist with light housework. 4pplv to Mrs. W. H. Morris, Cutbffl St" 033.0 woodsmen Highest going wages paid. Elk Co GV Waters, superintendent, Hos- SNAPS BY THE WHOLESALE IN REAL ESTATE-The Empire Land Go. have several thousand acres of- choice farming land just placed on" the market; in blocks of 160 to 60 000 acres If it's good land you are look- for, at a nominal price, call stairs, Ott Block. 235-0 B. C. 4j man, against these -quite unjustifi- 4p Building permits issued this morn- ing totalled Building SHOWS DAILY Afternoon and Night Night tjvi; S seem to be increasing daily and, AffcemoOn prices- 15 PVPTV of Adults'50c Children 2oc there is every indication at present' of a very busy fall. "Watching Leth- Chiliiren loc Adults J able suggestions of bad faith amount-, of a busy fall. "Watching Leth- of Jjing to positive-imposture, against bridge .grow" is getting to be -a pret- Cildnge.of play at every perform- i ...i. i tv fn.st inh zince i-.....- who appa-ently is of good scien- j ty fast I fsii years from date of ugmeeieae jntry (including the time required tt earn homestead patent) and cultjvau fifty acres 'extra. A homesteader who hat'-exhanatea homestead right and canaot ob tain a pre-emption may take a pm chased homestead in certain districts Price per acre. DutCes.-MusV reside ajx months in each of years, cultivate fifty acres and ertd a house worth W.W.OOBY." Deputy Minister of tbt publi- hi" advertisercent wif] not SEALED BIDS wiU be received bv the undersigned for the erection of a town hall and lockup in the town oi Magrath. Forward bids to the Secretary-Treasurer on or before Sai- urday the 25th day of September A D 1909, at 3-o'clock p. m. Mi cheques -must accompany each for 5 per cent, of the amount teiiuer ed The successful bidder must com- plete building within cer- specified -time. Plans and spe- may be examined at the jer A..U. Marked light red cow 6 ich ZNZ Mt ribs tender- 4 Months ne ark red ij icu. wuw JitHJUt 2 old, branded 2R (curve mark -----iaonths about 2' years ribs.; with cow; dark calt about 4 veeie old. Lost 1 WinnifrW? or at the office ol Masath. The the to reiect any 234-6 MELVIN GODFREY, Secretary-Treasurer. win be receiv- ed np to Thursday 30th Sept K- "Action of a Firs H: Ward for the city bridge. Plans 'and specifications CAH be 'btaxned at the office of the Oliver Manufacturing Co. The lowest or any tender not re. -------1- accepted. Winnifred, Alta V NOTfCE The firm of A. Easton and .issolved, tp be replaced by A" October ilh 239-4 MONEY amount of monov fn TAnn money to loan en city property or any kind farm ;