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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 5, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta CMC LETHBRIOOE DAILY HERALD, THURSDAY, AUGUST 5, I9M. PAGE NOTICE The Wholesale Liquor Business heretofore con- ducted by A. L. ROY has been purchased by J. B. REUTER It is important that all outstanding accounts be paid to Bisli" Davis, who is managing the busi- ness, before August 30. PRIZE WINNERS AT CLARESHOLM FAIR STIRLING Stirling, Aug. work on the new hotel at Stirling has been completed A car load of cement was sent down this morning for use in putting is the foundation. The Taylor Milling Co. are enlarg- ing their elevator here. Cutting fall wheat will be commenced on the Neel's farm next week. The crop is a good Daily Herald's Patterns 2972 LADIES' SEVEN-GORED SKIRT Paris Pattern No. 2972 All Se-ams Allowed For thi- washabk- skirt of linen, cotton, Victoria lawn. pique, racquet-cloth or mercerized pop there no simpler or better mo- 'del than this one. The gores are shap ed so that tho.'modt-I fits without a -wrinkle over tlu- hips and the lower edge is by a narrow hem. The necessary fullness is supplied to the buck by an inverted box-plait. The pattern is in eight 22 to 36 inches measure. For 26 waist the skirt, made of material -with nap, requires 7 3-4 yards 20 inches wide, 6 1-4 yards 20 inches wide, 4 1-4 yards 36 inches wide, 3 5-6 yards 42 inches or li 7-3 yards 54 inches wide; without UI.P it needs 7 yards 20 inches wide. 5 3-1 yard.- 24 -inches wide, 3 3-4 yards 36 inches? wicK 3 1-4 yards 42 inches wide. 2 3-4 yards 54 inches wide; width of lower edge about 3 1-4 .yards. Price of pattern, 10 cents. 10 the Herald) Aug. firsc an- nual exhibition of the Clurosholm District Agricultural Society was held yesterday at Claresholm on the of the Turf Club and proved a complete success. Thcro were some who predicted failure ami others who said, that there should have been horso races, but these forebodings fell Hat ami there was a scene of bustle ami lively interest ut the grounds which auguro'd well for the future of the fair. There was a very large attendance and all the farmers who hud not brought stock -were sorry and declared their intention of bringing a wagon next -time. The judging of the grasses and la- dies' section occupied the morning, and in the afternoon in front of the stand the stock were judged'. The judges were, for the horses, E. L. jHallmuri, of Airdrio, and for cattle, Mr. Tinney of Medicine Hut. In the [opinion of your correspondent, apart from the financial aspect of the fair, a. groat day om always be had in Claresholm with the sole interest of the showing 01 stock and products, leaving other attractions out. i The following Is a of the prin- cipal prize winners Clydesdales, stallion four years or Travis Bag-ley 2nd. J. {AfcAlpine. j Stallion, 2 years Stewart [Ranch 2nd, .7, J. Baskerville. j Three year old Stewart Ranch. _Shire Elliott. Percheron and Audett. .Saddle -horses, over 14 K. Watt 2nd, F. Anderson 3rd. D. Monro. Best boy rider, undi-r C. Case 2nd, J, Amundson Craig. Best] rider, under Miss Walker 2nd, Miss Jfack. Heavy Draft Brood mare, with Brown, G. Bailey Gust Benson. Bailey. T. Barley, R. Brown. Pilly or iri-'hlinsr. halter W. Walker, T. Bagley, Stewart Liunch. Two-years Solberg Corkran. Team to wagon, not less -than 2300 E. Tillolson. J. 0. White. Special Fanners' prizes Sweftpsi.aki-s. heavy draft, pure M.allion. Amundsen and ANdctt. brood Brown. Ik's? stallion an-'l two oj" his get, the latrer to. he Hen-derso-n. .vr-ai-lin-g, :iny W. Walker. T. .BafJoy. Stewart Banch, Best foal, any Bailjey, T. Bagley, R. Brown. stallion (any breed shown in K. Tillotson, foal at 'Ranch S.tewart lianch Eric Moffat. 'Ihn.-e-yeur-okl mares or Stewart Ranch Stewart Ranch A. Rigby. Three-yc-ar-o-ld mares or 1, and 3, Stewart Ranch. Single Driver to E. TU- lotson. J. T. Kfngsley, G. W. Ring- rose. Team to E. Tillotson, Stewart Ranch, Freeman Anderson. Anderson. Any dairy pure bred, bulls. 'A years and Amundson. Cow. 3 years and T. Rig- by. HciiVr. two T. Rigby. Heifer, one T. "Rig-by. Grade Cattle. :-i yeans or Brown, .James Calf, heifer or Ander- son. Grade cattle, dairy .Pole. -J. A. CaJdwcll. herd of 15 ve females An- derson Sheep, pair yearling Benson. Pair ewe Bc-nson. hoar one year or Farm, 1, 2 .and 3. Hoar 1- Kami. Brood Farm. one year or over. Farm, 1, 2 3. Brood Farm. Boar under 12 Farm. Grade Swine, brood iiunch E. S. Scamiu. Hock burred cock. Dr. Stecves hen. Stcevys cockerel. Dr. Stuveus pullet. Dr. Sti-eves bull cock, .1. L. Salmon hen, J. L. Salmon cockerel, I. .L. 1 anil 2 pullet. I. L. Wannamaker white crock, Pete arz hen, Pete 1 and 2. Wvamlotte. cock au-d hen, L- Salmon. Pit jfiuiie cock and hen, 1J.L. Sam- mons. Pit game cockerel and pullet, 1 and li, II. L. Summons. Pair geese over one Ranch Gust Benson. Pair jareese, under one art Ranch Gust Beason. Pair turkeys over one G. Corkran. I'air turkeys, un-der one G. Corkran. Special Prizes Best bunch of horses, six or over, owned by one E. Tillotson. Double hitched .Ranch. Four-Jiorsc team. 12 hands or J. W. Craig J. W. Walker. team. 15-2 E. Tillotson. Freeman Anderson. Best team, 15-2 and art Ranch J. W. Craig. Pony and rider, under S Arthur Haiff X. Steeves. Best farmer's W. Craig Mr. Ferguson. Best lady Lindsay Miss Walker. S Best farmer's outfit driven by a W.'Walker. j Gentlerm-n's saddle horse, 15 hands 'or R. Watt; F. Anderson. 1 Best gentlemen's single Dr. Steeves. I Best draft mare and 'divided between Richard Brown and Mr. Bailey. i Best lady's (Dr.) Steeves. i milch cow, any T. Rigby J. Pole. j Best bull, any Ander- son 0. J. Amundsen. Fat A. Caldwell Jas. McKinney. Swine, best brood sow any breed- Stewart Ranch Holland Farm.- j Sheep, best pair, any Bi-nson, 1 and 2. i Fruit, best rolled ion Mrs. Walter. Johnston. i Best looking Pat i Largest collection of gopher Steeves. 550. j Sport at Claresholm Fair j loo yards, Moffat A. j .1'. Ogilvie Be van. 100 yards, boys under Wobiek Bush. Fat man's T. Xorth E. Tovell B. Vanhorn. Married women's Ring- rose Mrs. TiWen. -20 yards, J. Ogilvie Eric Moffat. Sack Wobiek Tla.vard CaldweH. s Men's HQ- gau IX Munro. Running G-riffiths Eric Moft'at. Rurminjr hop. step and 0-gilviV .Too Griflifchs. I High Griffiths, 5 ft.: Mogg. SWEETEST THING IN SIGHT ion- fountain of absolutely urn! j DELICIOUS SODA j weddVd to choicest flavors and rich-i cst cn-aiu ready to turn a heated hyur a refreshing one. Why not meet j your best girl at. our fountain to- i .lay. j RochorTs Kandy Kitchen Confectioners ami Ice Cream Specialists LAND FOR SALE Choice block of 956 all Sec. 28 and W. halt Sec. W. This is on the Weyburn Lethbridge extension; smooth, level prairie, free from stones and will sell for per acre inside a year. Price, for immediate sale. S13.00 per acre en block, or in half sections; cash on each half section, balance, 5 payments, inter- est at 6 per cent. Write or wire W. J. GILLILAND, 1705 Cook Street, Victoria, B.C., or The Canadian Real Estate Co., Room 9, Bryan Block, Lethbridge. We now have a SPECIAL CHEAP Range with Reservoir and High Closet at Call and See It i Hayr Bros. Daily Herald Market Place you htvc aiythiaf to sell or to reit it iff this column. If yoc wsai use this cofumn. 25c one inscrtioa 6 insertions for SI SITUATIONS VACANT lor Laundry work. Apply Lethbridge Laundry Co. 134-0 PROPERTY FOR ftALE FOR SALE OR loomeo house, stable, hay shed, large chicken house on River bottom near new bridge. Best place in town lor keep- ing cows and chickens. Price easy terms. Price cash. per month rent. H. Proctor, near the A. R. I. Shops. 184-0 FOR Remington type- writer with tabulator, at a bargain. Apply Citizens Lumber yard. 187-0 FOR must be moved from property. Apply Geo. W. WheJ- en.. Lethbridge Woollen Co. 199-0 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. j No salary attached, must be able to use piano. G. B. Bowman, Secre- tary. 188-0 -A general servant. Apply Mrs. R. A. Wright, 1251 Dufferin St. 192-0 I__________________________________ I for rural school, Kasimir School District No. Must have second, class certificate, salary per month. Apply A. 0. Baklinger, Sundial, Alta. 196-0 FOR and cooking uten- sils. Apply after. 6 o'clock to J. Kennedy, river bottom. close to bridge. 199-6 LAND FOR SALE FOE have a snap on for a few days. One section of land with 425 acres under cultivation, all fenc- ed. Two good wells, and necessary buildings. AH good land. Two miles from town. Price 526.00 per acre, good terms. The Empire Land Co. Ott Block; Phone 394. 196-6 I MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE. T. E. PATTERSON. capable general serv- ant. Mrs. Geo. B. MacKay, Wc-stmin- Office. Oliver BlocTt. Phone 387. SOUSE AND two lots on Coutts near London Rd. SHOO ash. 40 ACRES TO acre tracts. LEASE IN 5 OR 10 40 ACRES acre tracts, terms. FOR SALE IN 5 OR 10 Close to Lethbridge, easy NOTICE TO TRAVELLING PUBLIC If you want to get to the opera house" on time telephone 148. Our up to date hacks will get you there On time. Samuel "Liveryman." 186-26 WE CAN SELL YOUR LAND FOR can sell your land at 'prices that can't be beat. We can I sell you good land from up to per acre, in any quantity from one quarter up to as much as 150 sec- tions in one block. Terms, one-tenth of the purchase price in cash and thej balance in nine equal annual instal-' nients with interest at 6 per cent, on the unpaid balance. The Empire Land Co., upstairs in Ott Block, P.O. TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS The Manitoba issue of of four per cent, thirty year provin- cial debentures were sold to the Bank of Commerce at par, delivered in Winnipeg: The International Brotherhood of Railway Firemen and Engineers at their annual contention at Winnipeg decided to adopt a. new scheme for a school of correspondence for their members. -The plan glves all, at min- imum cost, educational advantages, hitherto unobtainable, t Coal Bett LUM P on the market DELIVERED or at mine (rood clean Nut Coal at mine per ton. ster Road. 197-0 MINERS Canada West Coal Co., at Taber, has effected a new agreement with the miners and the mine will start up at once. Machine runners and miners are wanted there. 197-3 and teams to make hay on Sections 1 and 12 Township 11 Range 23 at per ton or on shares. Applv to C. S. Noble, Claresholm. 197-6 girl to do house work at the private maternity hospi- tal.. North Ward. 193-0 girl to do light housework. Apply Mrs. J. Rose, cor. Harriett and Dufferin Sts. 19S-0 SITUATIONS WANTED SITUATION wife wish work ou plowing and and threshing outfit as engineer and cook or would work la harvest till thresh- ing commences. Good references. Ap- ply A. L. Clock, Taber, Alta. 196-6 FOR team work horses. Also harness, wagon, breaking plow and stove. All cheap for cash. Ap- ply W. Eddy Transfer sta- ble, liedpath St.' where horses and article can be seen. 194-O FOR to date, three stroke hay press. Apply Box 483, City. 197-6 SMITH WESSON 44 REVOLVER- Single action, perfect condition. The hardest shooting, most acurate gun ever made, complete with holster. Will take for revolver and box of cartridges. Apply J. B. Kelsey, Shepard Blk. 197-3 FOR will be received at a rate on the dollar, until Satur- day evening, Aug. 7th tor. the stock and fixtures of F. H. Ross, tailor, in- solvent, High River. Fine assorted stock of fixtures A good proposition. T .C. Barrie, assignee. Inquire High River Times office. 96-2 FOR span work horses ,9 years old, weight about 1 mare 3 years old. with colt, broke to sad- dle, weight 850. 2 light saddle pon- ies. 2-yearling colts, gentle. 1 large milch, cow 6 years old and call 75 laying hens. Apply T. if. Bryden, agent, Kipp Station, C.PJl. 98-6: 70 RRNT. Box 60. Phone 334. CONNECTING KOOMS-jTwc con- necting rooms, best of furnishings, TENDERS FOR HAY TENDERS will be received 191-0 -water at all -------j hours on same floor, in Shepard Blk. 1 Best location in city. Two beds, two i Morris chairs, etc. per mo. up to (in advance.) Apply J. B. Kelsey, Shepard Block. 192-0 the 10th day of August for the sup- ply of 250 tons first, quality baled tim- othy hay. Tender may be for whole j TO and room for Hay; A double room and a single. Home LOST the Wells farm, 4 miles south of Stirling, five mares and seven geldings. Mares branded LM on left shoulder and geldings brand- ed 7L on left hip. Liberal reward given for information leading to their recovery. Notify A. A. Johnston, Lethbridge, Alta., or L. E. Townsend, Stirling, Alta. 184-0 Macbeth street, hoops with opal centre, returned to News office. the land office and gold brooch of four Reward if 98-2 or any part of above quantity, to be delivered in Lethbridge as re- quired before March loth next. Address Box 546. Lethbridse Post- office 195-3 A double room and a single. fully modern and close in. Apply 210 Coutts St., south end of house. 193-0 TO THE FARMERS !N DISTRICT TO room, suitable for two jentlt-mc-n. 424 Smith St. Close in. 198-6 Please take noticv that- where nox-lTO, two sitting. ions weeds are found and not being cared for a-s per the CIRCUS DAY .Program of the Great Cf-lt1 Broth- ITS' Show on Friday. August 6th, in Paris Transfer Pattern No. 8019 I Design ior centre-piece measuring j 18 x 18 irxrh-w, to be made up in thin cambric. h'nen, Indian-head cotton, batiste, ratlin or scrim, and worked in Wallachian stitch with mf-.rceriz- ed cotton in white or colors. The design may bo worked in eyelet stitch i if desired, the petals being cut out j and heavily worked in eyelet stitch, j The edgt- is worked in buttonhole! stitch and care should be taken when j cutting out- that tVnV buttonholing is) not cut through. j Price of Pattern, .10 et-nts. I SINGING. i Miss Ursula Archer, pupil of the! celebrated teacher, William Shake- j speare. wii] receive pupils in singing i ami void- production. Also engage- for P.olbd Concerts. At Homes the Letb bridge Conservatory of Music, i DANCING LESSONS DANCING Norman; commences her classes on Wed. Aug. j 4th .for ballroom and stage. At thej Caledonian hall, Glyn St. Hours from 3 to 6. Norman was a pu- pil in stage dancing of Madam Bas- ?ano, of Drewiy Lane Theatre and Con vont Garden Opera Houae (London Auction Sale On Saturday evening Angus! the 7th. at 7.3n p.m.. at my Auction Rooms near the A. K. T. Build- ing, the following articles 1 bed. spring and mat- tress I large rocker I G-liole kitchen range, with high closet aW reser- voir Also shirts, sox men's month. Apply f" H. I MiK'bc'h Aron.'-y Wm. Johnston, i City. 100-6 1 CHANCE FOR INVESTMENT i hotel man i to inv.vt wanted for a i jjf-w class hot-f-1 in a Ihv incr town in Soufhrrn Ad- and srivo ;iwl particulars to thi? to Box W. B. SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any person who la Tfire ot a family, or any male orer 18 old, may homestead quarter-tectiop of available Doioinion land in Mani- toba. Saskatchewan or Tbe applicant must appear in perton at the Dominion Lands Agency or Sub- Agency for the diatriot. bf proxy may be made at any agency ter of intending homesteader. months' residence and cultivation of the laud in of three years. A homeateader may live within nine miles ol hii hone stead on a farm of at least 80 aerei solely owned and occupied by him oi by his father, mother, son, daughter, brother or sister. In certain districts a homesteader in good standing roay pre-empt quarter-section alongside hia home- stead. Price per acre. Duties. -Must reside six months in eacfi of six years from daw of homestead (including the time required to earn homestead patent) and fifty extra. A homesteader who exhausted homestead right and cauaot ob- tain a pre-emption may take a put chased homestead in certain Price 53.00 per acre. Beside six months in each of three years, cultivate fifty acres and ereel a house worib JimC.w. LOANS FARM Life Insurance Company are prepared to grant loans on farms on very reason- able terms. T. K. Patteson. Agent. Deputy Minister the Unauthoriftd publication ol thi" will not W lor. ;