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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 2, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 4 Tfte Lethbridge Dally Herald, Tuesday, August In Cash Prizes TO BE GIVEN AT THE LETHBRIDGE FAIR August 9-10-11 For the Best Loaf of Bread made from Flour of the ELLISON MILLING ELE- VATOR CO. The following are the prizes: Entry No. 396 To Professional 397 HomeJMade (Bakers can- not compete in this class) 398 Girls under 14 399 Best Loaf Brown Bread from our W HOLE WHEAT FLOUR 1st 2nd 3rd 10 3 This Is The Brand! Now is the time to try it You may win the prize! Ask your dealer for tnis will get a high- grade flour at the right price and have a chance to win the biggest prize ever offered in Lethbridge by any flour mill Ask Your Grocer For Our Flour. Usual prices will prevail For further particulars see Lethbridge Prize List lu Is good to the last crumb and tke family that uses it never has add slices and ends left over. The youngsters take -care of the crusts. Quak- er bread has such a sweet nuttv flavor. -Mav we leave you a sample? Just phone 794. GILMORE, THE BAKER Eussell Street. ]NTorth Ward. The Alexandra Cafe Is again under the management oi MURRAY The Service and Menu are up to the former stan- dard. Every effort is being maae to rehtiild the busi- ness to its for- mer excel lent reputation The management of the Castle Hotel Wish to announce that Board and Room can be had by the month Apply at the Office for Rates When ihe-digestion is all right, The Rut-henian Catholics of western action of the bowels regular, there is a natural craving and relish for food. Canada shortly have a bishop of When this is lacking you may know own rite. Archbishop Langevin you need a dose of Chamberlain's j Stomach and Liver Tablets. They i having made representations on the j strengthen the digestive organs, im- prove the appetite and regulate the bowels. Sold by all druggists. matter to Pope Pius when in Home recently. VICTOR SAFES Stand the Fire and preserve their contents, therefore they are the best tc buy. Sold On Easy Terms THE SUN AGENCY Next Door to Post Office Box 687 Lethbridge fT" STILL SAWING WOOD If you look for good Building Material at Lowest Prices you cannot pass us up. Yard Office Phone 362. Baroness Road. Gen'l Office Phone 334. MUSKRAT AJSTD COYOTE SKINS WANTED In unlimited Quantities; also hides of all klndH. All hides should abo-cr brands. Mafce your shipments promptly. J. 405 Smith St. MARSHALL RAMSEY Produce Brokers Hay, Grain and Produce by car, lowest prices. Phone 676, P. O. Box 2060 No. 2 Begin Block, Lethbridge Let a Herald Want Ad. Work For You and You Will Find It the Best Little Servant You Ever Had In Employ Church of St. Cyprian The new church situated at the corner of Ashmead and Charles Sts., is now almost reaching completion and will be opened for public worship on the first Sunday in' September. The building will have a seating ca- pacity of over 300. The work expend- ed on the edifice has been truly a i lahor of love, the workers giving their time free, after the completion of their daily labors towards the neces- sary siding, shingling, painting, etc. I It is no uncommon sight to see them busy every evening, the rector him- self giving a hand and taking an act- j ive part in the operations. Such zeal bodes well for the future of the church Anonymous -donors have presented the church with lights for the windows, and with a silver communion service. j An Estey organ has been already pur- j chased. St. Cyprians is fortunate having a hard-working and untiring auxiliary, who have taken in hand the furnishing of the seats. What is needed is a bell, and >he sup- ply of this need will be an opportunity for those interested in the welfare of this new church. 25 cents per insertion when not exceeding; 35 words 6 insertions Please Pay in Advance MONEY TO LOAN SITUATIONS VACANT TO JLoans ana msur- for general house- ance on rarm and city property. Ap-1 work. Apply 530 Bardett St. 196-6 J SITUATIONS WANTED WAN position as miner with fire boss papers for Alberta. Apply Box 40, Herald office. 194-6 industrious young man with good education sit- uation where he will stand a chance oi' promotion. Apply Box 33 Herald 192-6 MRS. LEONARD'S FUNERAL. A Large Number Pay the Last Trib- ute of Respect to Her Memory. SCIENTIFIC HORSE SHOEING Special attention given to de- fecis, such as interfering, overreaching and all kinds of tender feet, also 'track shoe- ing. Experts in charge of repair dept. C. N. FISHER FL'RMAN'S LIVERY BARN Cor. Smith and Dufferin Auction Sales Conducted upon reason- able terms in any part of city or province Fifteen years' experience in this branch of our business CASH ADVANCED [if required] upon receipt of instructions to sell F. Waddington S Co. The auctioneers Phone 428 ft. Amidst the ideal conditions of an Albertan summer day, all that was mortal of the late. Mrs. Charles -Leon- ard were committed to its last rest- ing place in the Bassano cemetery on Sunday morning last at 10.30 o'clock. Friends and acquaintances to the number of about one hundred partici- pated in the showing of the last trib- ute of respect to the departed The funeral arrangements were in the hands of a. committee of Bassano lodge, Xoo. 59, I. 0. 0. F., and the following members acted as pall bear- ers: J. L. Depencier, Samuel Hob- bins. Jos. Wright L. Owen. W. S. Playfair and A. A. McGregor. The funeral service was conducted the Rev. AY. Leversedge, o! rhe Church of England, part of the ser- vice toeing- held at the late residence of the -deceased lady. Rev. W. Lev- ersedge read the beautiful service of the English Church, and then the hymn "Nearer, >Iy God, to Thee" was jsung iby Mr. Leversedge and those I present J The cortege was formed with I Charles Leonard, husband of the de- ceased, and Cecil Leonard, the little sis year old son of the departed lady j as chief mourners, following the coffin, and then came a large number of friends and sympathizers. After the funeral procession had arrived at the' grave side, the last sad rites were performed over one whose gentle ways and true womanliness had en- deared her TO a very large circle of friends in Alberta'. The late Mrs. Leonard came to Al- berta from England some ten years street. opposite new The total-output of the yard has been city.___________________ Herald office._________________184-2K over one million to date. A spur now anaP soid quickly" COST AND FOUND I runs to the yards, which is one of the pan brass auto lamp. j The company's brick yard, under the management of Wm.-. Irving, Incorporation papers have just been filed by the Black Diamond Collieries, Limited, who have acquired coal min- ing rights to seven sections, 4480 acres, on the main line of the Grand Trunk Pacific railway, about 60 miles west of Edmonton, Alberta, and a mile from the town of Entwistle. There are three seam's on the pro- perty, one of four feet, one of five feet, and one of fifteen feet, of a high grade of lignite coal. The coal seams are exposed along the bank of the Pemblna river for a distance of ten miles, the seams-varying in thick- ness from twelve to twenty feet. The Pembina river passes the property about a mile to the west The Sharp Irvine Company of Spokane, who own the controlling stock in this company, announce the development work will start on the property at once. i most complete plants in the province, dies this bargain. Balance on easy and employs twenty men. The de- j terms. Apply on premises or address mand for this brick is great and large Walter Appleby, box 57 City. 195-6 orders are continually being received i from all over the country. j Mrs. Chas. Johnstone has taken. i and moved into, the comopany's large boarding- house, to the satisfaction of jail. han-1 Finder partment. Tenders are now -being asked for The Last Great Metropolis of North America 196-0 IS karat gold wedding ring with initials W.F.D, Owner can have same by calling at 93? Arthur St., Duff Addition and paying for this ad. 196-6 station, black pocketbook comtaining a -ticket to Toronto, bill and other articles. Finder please re- to Herald office and receive re- 195-6 j the Roman Catholic church. The plan FORT GEORGE, now startin shows that it Trill be a handsome build main line of Grand Trunk Pacific" j mg, costing some comomence at once. Work will and buildins FORT GEORGE is" other railroads DOES NOT THINK CANADA i WILL BE ENTIRELY CONVERTED London. Aug. Morning jeograpnic and strategic commercial centre of Brit- j ish Columbia and of an j Sunday evening, a lady's blue serge coat, between McNab St. Xorth Ward and city. Finder kindly return to D. Schweitzer Hygienic Bak- jery, Xorth Ward, and receive reward. 195-6 FURNISHED HOUSE (New) To let for winter. 4 bedrooms. Apply 537 Ernest St. (imme- diately north of stand pipe.1) 196-0 the FORT GEORGE is at junction of Leader says editorially: fully ad- jone thousand miles of navigable wa- mit the conversion of Canada to com- i ferways. Millions of acres of farm- Bailey and Helen streets, North Ward. Owner can have same by calling on C. MatcHfetit. and paying for ad. 195-2 gelding, no brand, white stripe on face, weight about frPP mrtP is hi-hlv imnrobable ing laiKls' unlimited timber, M--ast seen near Wilson Siding. plete free trade is highly improbaole, mineral CQa] resourc are reward for return to W. D. Whitney's but we are sure the free trade feeling 157 but we are sure the free trade feeling j exists powerfully in the Dominion." The Times says that the burden of repatriating undesirables from the Dominion might reasonably be placed on the Dominions themselves. When ia Vancouver it will be to your advantage to stay at the HOTEL STRATHCONA Tne best middle priced hotel in the city D BURTON and J. E. JACKSON Props. FOR business stand in North Lethbridge, store 14x44 and five living rooms and hall above 24x64. Rent per month. Also store 10x44 at per month. Apply T. Kennedy, Kennedy Hall. 194-6 One hundred million dollars will be spent in the next three years in rail- road building alone, of 1911 twenty-five By the summer thousand men mare, age 4. 3 white feet, white star on forehead and a white blaze on nose, reversed and two quarter circles on nght side of hip. A. W. Bird, Warner P, O. 91-C! next to Arcade, Round Street. 194-0 ALBERTA HEATING PLUMBING D. O'Connor, Manager Plumbing and heating, gas heating; jobbing promptly attended to. Opposite Pioneer Lumber Co. Phone 365. FOR SALE OR do- ing first class business in good loca- tion. Apply Quong Sang Co. 409 Ford St., with payroll of one hundred dollars per day, will be employed in return of spotted the vicinity of Fort George. We are joint owners and sole ag- j j ents for Fort George Townsite. The (government insures and guarantees title to lots and owns one-quarter of ttiem. Write us quick for maps, plans and full information about fortune-mak- ing opportunities at Fort George, also about our upper Fraser Valley farms. Natural Resources Security Co., Ltd. Winch Bldg., Vancouver, B, C. Local Sales S. Don- aldson, Nonaan street; 1155; ta Realty Co. PHONE 48i THE STANDARD PLUMBING CO. Steam and Hot Water Heating Office and Workshop at 610 Burdett tr C. MCC4.URF S. KNAPMAN 193-6 ROBERT SAGE The Picture Framer Receives Every Day at the RED CROSS DRUG BOOK STORE 1 door west of postoffice block. 196-tf TO furnished rooms, close in Apply 424 Smith St. 196-6 PROPERTY FOR SAL.E FOR SALE One fully modern seven roomed bowse, with 33 x 175 ft. lot. Apply TO Box 147. 195-6 FOR SALE One modern TbungalowT five rooms; just finished; on London Rd.; apply owner, Box 147. FOR seven roomed fully modern house with large grounds; also on London Rd.; f-.pply owner, Box 147. 195-6 FOR eight roomed house; fully modern; fine grounds; on Argyte Ave.; apply owner, Box 147. 195-6 ;