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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 2, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta __________fHE LSTHBRIDQE DAILY HERALD. MONDAY, AUGUST 2, II I am Your Bosom Friend We guarantee our work. Give us a (rial with your next bundle, LETHBRIDGE LAUNDRY Co. TERMS STRICTLY CASH Box 477 C. S. FARROW, Manager Fho 145 to attend worship speaks hisrlily in mvor of Uie connuur.ity, which presents ti splendid opportun- ity for del'mik- Christian work. JU-v. Alirod llug-uet is for the present act- ing us stiMletit-pastor. Hev. Frod Smith is at home for tho summer vacation and is enjoying the relaxation of tho. hay fields. He will preach in the Baptist church next Sumlav. News AXVcVYO PLUMVILLE Plumville, July is in Tp. 17, R. 20, sixty miles north of Lethbridge atxi over fifty miles east of Nan ton. IVlr. Plum has started a grocery store. The country is just about settled up aroumi there. Last win- ter there were only a. few settlers in the neighborhood and now there are from thirty to forty. There is lumber going out every 'lay nn-d the shacks and houses are popping up all around. A few of the settlers who came in early some crop this year, 3Ir. Williams has a one crop of oats. A. Hannah has about sixty acres of wheat oats, both looking: fine. R. Shork has a large patch of grain which will yield a good crop. Every- one is doing all the breaking they can and there will be considerable acreage in crop year. ilr. (rraham ha? finislwel digging a well. He struck water at a depth of feet. rs are busy putting up hay for their own Hay is a good crop where fires did not burn last season. Fires will not be so plenti- ful now since the settlers are thicker and breaking is more common. A petition has been ask- ing for a n-ew post office at Plum's store to -be caUwl PlumviUV. At the present time the nearest post office is Beid Hill, about miles to the week to meet his family, who jjust arrived i'roir England. Mr. Al- j It-Mice, who has been ba.trb.mg for r.he low months, is to j his family with him again. Mrs. A. Walker, who lias been j on the sick list for some time, is i now rapidly improving. 31. B. lUcPaul, who has been eiu- ed for points north and west for a I visit with his brothers, before return- ing te his home in Wellington, Out. i Mr. .Johnson, who owns a large tract of land adjoining Wurner, is preparing to build a large barn or jsome of his property jn the south- j west part of town. Taylor and F. Phillips Coutts on business today. Mr. is just able to be about again (after quii.- u spell Of sickness caused -by being hurt while working on the j 1 luwkevt- farm engine. j Mr. Sbej'ard's family arrived in Warner this week and are now b in their new home. Man Killed At Hosmer! Hosmer. Aug. Italian tho i name oi K. Mengayhi was accident- ally kiilcv] here yesterday by fallim; from a scatlold at the boiler houso I of the Hosmer mines. He and a num bor of other workmen were taking jawjiv the concrete forms from'the the new extension to the boil- ier house. in some way he slip- ami fell. striking on his head, jlle was hurried to the hospital but In-fore n-achinir there. Afeasa- i MACLEOD i (1'Yoiji AdvmiiM'r.) U. H. Darbt-r will begin work on j ;i new brick ;ind stone block, on his lot to the of the Reach bl.-vk, imim-diatrly. It will be two i by 30 and a substantial i and handsome edifice. Mr. Barber will occupy bovii floors with his i clothing st-oiv, which wiLl be tin1 j equal of in town. Ji'li-i Siowart. an employee of the lov.-n. di''d Friujiy at fit-- from appendicitis Hf was i" havo operated on but expired j under, the innocnci- of the an- j tic. He had bei-.-i ii! but a few j .lays. Mr. Su.-wurt- was ;ibont 55 of age and burn in Seot- i-Mid. Hv was the son of Rev. Dr. wart, of IVcrhead, who was Mod- of tin- Church of Scotland. He an adventurous turn in youth, to sea in boyhood ami spent of his Jiff Australia, j II: -i widcw. a youiij: son and brotihTS. furK-r.il was hold I Refrigerators and Freezers the Barrows home Thursday afternoon. REID HILL WARNER Warner, July the crops in the Warner district were not suffer ing. the heavy rains of the fore part of the week were appreciated as they insure abundant crops of grain and Our genial barber, T. Allerdice. went to Lethbridge the first of the Rekl Hill, July recent rains here nad a most beneficial effect upon the i-rops around here and the farmt-rs are in good humor as they look over their broad acres of reviv- .'ed grain. A splendid harvest is im- minent, if the weather continues fa- vorable. Haying has commenced in the sur- rounding district and in spite of the adverse weather conditions for hay- ing, still a considerable portion of winter fodder is being put up. Reid Hill 'Baptist church, which was recently organized, is doing an aggressive work, uhrl the Sunday af- ternoon services are gaining in pop- ularity. The difficulties which the members meet overcome in their i The llosmer Mines. Ltd., have ovei- ls vc hundred niun on the time now and are taking an wen every- day. The outlook ;'or a good run a IK! plenty of work is vory promis- ing. Three new business Mocks are tro- ing up in town, besides a number of dwelling houses. This looks good, coming so soon n three months' strike, and only the fact that Ho.srner is the coming town of 'the Crow's Nest Pass. Hosmer is to have a monster Lu-bor Day celebration, ami it is exerted that all the towns of the Pass, as well as those further away, will be well represented. Nearly has already been and everyone is taking a keen interest in this. TTos mer's first celebration. The C. P. R. are still em ('loving i large gangs in the yards here, alter- ing' ana increasing the yard tracks, changing the main line, overhauling the station house and putting thr coal pockets. The station was re- cently moved from the north end i.t he south end of town. a 400-ft. Dlatform built. Tt was hoped the railway company would buik! a new larger station as the prr-.-enf one already too small. Daily Herald Y Patterns Box 27 Phone 75 2 o w Hayr Bros. Oaity Herald Market Place aaythlif to Hell or to reit place it It (hit column. It yoa wnt aaythiif KM this colMBi. 25e one iasertioi i iottrtioos for SI MISCELLANEOUS FOR KALE. FOll in 8 roomed house close in. House rents for per month. House heated by furnace- Jb urniture practically new. Sell cheap for quick sale. Also one dozen lay- ing hens. Apply Box JM.. Herald ofhce. 192-e VACANT lor Laundry work. Apply Loth bridge Laundry Co. 184-0 first-class clothing aud gents' I'uraishing J. Hill and Co. FOR yoke of oxen well broken. Also harness and covered waggon. All for W. A. Dickson, Taylor's Mill. 193.6 VQR typewriter, ecarce- ly used. To sell for cash. Price A bargain. Applp Western Stationery Co. 193.6 will be re- ceived by the undersigned in writ- ing from young ladies desirous of acting as pupil assistants to the Kin- dergarten Director Lethbridge schools ATo salary attached, must be able to use piano. G. B. Bowman, Secre- tary. 18g_Q FOR team work horses. Also harness, wagon, breaking plow and stove. All cheap for cash. Ap- ply XV. Eddy at Hayr Transfer sta- ble, Kedpath St., where horses and article can be seen. 194-O LOST waitresses at Coal- dale Restaurant. 191-G F. GERMAN THE SHOEMAN s a. Practical Man. You Get the Benefit 1833 Coal LUMP onthif market DELIVERED or S3.00 at mine Good clean Nut Coal at mine SI per ton. All coal sold C.O.D. Address postcard to XEW BARNES MINE Roval View F WADDIXGTOK Pboae 261 City Agent. J Prompt delivery guaranteed Job D artment LADIES' ONE-PIECE APROX AND CUFFS. Paris Pattern No. 1833. All Seam? Allowed. This new design in a one-piece ly of 250 tons first quality baled tim- thy hay. Tender may be for whole r any part of above quantity. Hay o be delivered in Lethbridge as re- [uired before March 15th next. Address Box 546. Lethbridge Post- fice. 105-8 TO honsf. two sitting, five bedrooms, kitchen, convenient offices, rainwater cistein, large chick- en houses, stables, cowbarn. piggery, two good gardens and excellent pas- turage. Elevated situation above Old Man River, about ?even mies N.E. of Macleod. Addres A.R.Y.Z., post- office, Macleod. Alta. 195-6 TO EENT-Two newly furnished rooms to rent. Apply H. J. Collier at H.A.McKillop's or 2nd occupied house south of London Road on Crabb St. 95.5 FO'R SALE OR thoroughly modern and up to date seven room- ed house. We sell on good terms. Apply Adolph Swennmson, Duff Ad- dition. ]96-6 SEPARATE SEALED TENDERS. registered and addressed "to the Dep- uty Minister of Public Works, and indorsed "Tenders for Telephone Building, Lethbridge" will be receiv- ed up to 12 o'clock, nooa, Satnrday August 7th, for the supply of plant, material, labor, the performing of all work necessary to complete the following works in connection with the erection of a Telephone Building in the City of Lethbridge, and for which separate tenders will -be re- ceived for the Heating. Metal Work, Wiring. Plans, specifications and contracts may be seen, and forms of tender had on application to the office at the site of the Building. Each tender must be accompanied by an accepted cheque payable to the Minister of Public Works, Ed- monton to the amount of fie per cent, of the tender. The cheque of the successful bid- der, if any, will be retained until the necessary contract ii executed, and a Bond in the form of a marked cheque to the amount of 20 per cent, of the tender is received. The cheques of the unsuccesfnl bid- ders will be returned within three days after the execution of the con- tract. The right is reserved to reject any or all bids or waive any defects. JOHN STOCKS, Deputy Minister of Public Works. Dated at Edmonton this twenty- third day of July 1909. DANCING LESSONS DANCING Norman commences her classes on Wed. Aug. 4th for ballroom and' stage. At the Caledonian hall, Glyn St. Hours from 3 to 6. Miss Norman was a pu- pil in stage dancing of Madam Bas- sano, of Drewry Lane Theatre and Con vf-nt Garden Opera House (London England and 190-6 NOTICE NOTICE is hereby given that every Oilier Or GOOupupiii