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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 7, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta rHCLKT^RIDQC HERALD. SATURDAY. AUG. 7, IM9 Li MALTHOID HejtMiig of QnlHi. It bs stood tk test of tiM ii cfcnr : diiitf. 1^^^ tlie wy ftcsl WMiigs � Aiwrici aw -cowrdwitfcit -'V \f:''. ; V . AMAGTIPAL DIMONti;RATION over one m�it � hajlf maiion sqntra itd ! lltltliotd roofing' were laid on the gredtJbiOMiogf ilitfV iBOMlraeteii. Tlie rainfall tn Portland in iiionths' of service on theie liflititiftil buildinga MAtTNOID roof inn; BUcceMfuUy withstood these testB, for Ml 1 iMk occurred to disturb the .visitors or dainuiDfe the c.thibitH/which flpenks volumes ipr i*� �iii.�pioritv over the roofinir used at the] St, Tiouis Exposi- iion, iection against turb the visitors or aamago tne cxniD�shp l^uildings. nmiED TO HAT  mm tm SOLE AGENTS FOR SOUTHERN ALBERTA A; E Grace Tells lirigation CoiYentioi Abost New iniiilioi Systea ]� St the coliVfinMoii; cjt the Wtntci-n Ouaudn Association A. M. Graco the Jshiel engineer of tlu; South Alterta Land Co., gavd an uddrcsR on the work that is being done in connection with that project. In introducing Mr. f3race,:4he cliairmpn Mr. R. B. Bonn�tt �pokie! of the.'.gt^eat wori (hat the. company was doing and/remarked that its work would rank among} thc^ i|teate�t in^'fhc -worSi.;. It is three years since the operations were started in cartyinK out the project of the pOmpany, of supplying wat�r to an area of four hundrcid thousand acres of land, the work was very difficult because of thb fact that tiic riversiflow about thKc hundred feet below Uie level of the land. Several schemes hud been thought out but they had finally decided on the one being now put into effect. Mr. Grace had with hini a map sliowing the location of the system. The intake where they arc putting in a gre^ concrete dam and intake with Med ^ates is on the �Buw * Itiver twenty-ftve miles southwest of Glei-chen. The iiitake'is niade to take irt ilOO cubic feet per second. Thp first three miles of the ditch was r, after the general manag^nv^^S lake will be tw�jnty tnilea long a^ fi^m half a mile^,to, B niile to two miles and a half wide andj thirty-five feet deep. Its c�pa-' l"c'tK-w;ill ,be 3!BQ,iiW acre" feet- 'ot'l [enough water^^oorer 360,000 acres' ' a foot deep. This supply afone-ad to the�*verii�& ^aitifall .^^f.^ the^^^^^^ tri(ft.w�fA fourteesft.inches ;would, .gjye;, twentyt-six inches of wat�^r;-to.Sither~ area mentioned. . -. ' Tl^^^'iMniV^iiii^^^ fjje/Little ;Bow riycf, the,,banks, of which.are vpry high, and steep, eight .miles, to the benches and^ then goes orx twenty-iive miles east to their first tract of land, f SPECIAL CHEAP Range with Reservoir and Hi^ tloMI at ^  $30.00 'tail and S�e ft Hayr Brn. BISOM" dressmaking First, clnsK flrcssniftkor will iro out by day. Address Miss H.'Necay, 201-1 Lf-thbridge P. O. To the Citixens Lethbridgie: Greeting: of "Now Know Ye, That I, William Henderson, by virtue of the powers visited on me as Miayor of the City of Leth-bridge, do hereby declare Wednesday, the 11th day of August, 190i), a Civic Holidaj, and I hereby call npon all good eitixena to obaerva th� aame. William ?Menueb8on GOD SAVE THE KING SNAP: 3 fine |tesidencc! lot* on Bpmpas Street; I $1,875, $375.dp cash; terms. Beagle Maxwell Land Co., Oliver Block 'ea| whelf^tlieri! has be^n.i^,,gyf)il rainfall) The conipaiiy has land iii the very centre of the gas area in whieh/th( C. P; R. have strucktheir Old Glor.J well* Ft is the purpose of the ioni paftyto sink wells and usi: the gas for-power to run an electric railroi^ti^ frpjn.: Calgary, to Medicine Hat witl\ a branch to Lelhbridga )-.Mr. Grace said that'lie expected th� whole system would be completed it) j three years. They^ had with : Uie great reservoir one- of the finest sy.si tems in the world. He invited the convention to meet in Medicini.' Hat in iflll when he hoped to be able to sliow, them a part of the finest system \\y the world. ALiMprris, since W tlj�; mMle a roputetion^- Tlie ^K^t�k�� ham. bocA' the rendezvous' of�>alH/olaB8es��fe people who Wnrttci t6"w itifesiJ'i�^B�a* show" Slid "enjo;* a pl6rf�aili;^oVcWn|rt:: und^^ the peoi>l6"; real izin|fV Mat 'la'ct'.* soon 'docrd(�rtlit*''jthci\.,were '^Iw^ays, uor^tiit oL stioinij soaiQthtOgt.r^ulvbigi^ class at the 'pbputut-, ,Kur�M. , So. rapidly has the Kureka increaaud. in popul�T�ty ihat Mr. Morns'has enlarged Ms theatre until now he carf acconimcxiate n erowtl of tour hundred people. \e.i^a yo� have �ajIMsf ts Mli iw la rest r WANTED-rWomen lor t.auadry irork. Apply Lethbridge Laundry Co. 1840 WANTED-Applications will be received by the andersigned in writ-ing from young ladiea desiiuaa ol kcting a� pupil auistanta to the Kindergarten Director lethbridge aohools. No salarr. attached, mutt be able to use- piano. O. B. Bowman, Secretary. 188.0 1- WANTED-Teacher for rural school, Kaaimir School District No. 1961. Must have second class certificate, salary $66 per month. Apply A. Qf JMiklinger/nndial. Altii. 19�0 WANTED^A capable general serv. ant. Mts. Qeo. B. MaoKay.: Westmin sier Road. 197-0 WANTED-Men and teams to make hay on Sections -1 and IS Township 11 Range 33 at $3 per ton or. on shares. Apply to C. 8. Nol>le, Olaresholm. WANTED-Young girl to do - luwae work at the private maternity .jMwpi^ ial. North Wart. IflM) WANTfiD-SmaU gifl to do' li(|ht housework. Apply Mrs. 7. Rose, cor. Bartlett and Duflerin 8ta.. I9S-0 ANTBD^A dining room girl at the Lethbridge Hotel. Apply to the Stew ard. m-0 WANTED-Young girl wanted to Uke care of child tour years old. Apply 681 Burdctt St. Ml-B ITUATIONf iWAMTEO .SITUATION WANTED-Man' and wilc! wish work on plowing and threshing outfit as engineer and copV or would work in harvest till threshing dotaunenoea. Good references. Ap> ply A. L. Clock, Taber; Alta. 19M TO nF.m. TO RENT-Rooms suitable for two gentlemen. Apply 1246, Bompas 8t: � 200-6 UNIVEItSS-TY OF MANI�ddil^,'-l WINNIPEG \ Session 1909-I910 Courses leading :to:degregs,}n| Law. Medicine, U\tni�,,tMt Electrical Enginesrins. All university lectureH beg' Oct. 1. . , V : Matriculation examinations IjCommence on' September IS and-MliFI Particttiaib ��carting esaminatknK {entrance requirements, couraes ' r-M ,�tndy, fees, etc. .can be obtained i da fapplication to % , Qaeeii'i Umverftitr and College oSSntS TflEQlMT NIMCIRE SClClfCBIi iilaAa t^asiL ^ #mwsiiTv ran JAILI FOR SALE OB BBNT-7 house, stable, bajr. shed,,large �� house on River bottom ooar: bridge.- Best plaoe in;,town for thg oowa and ehiekens. Frioe . , . asy temy). Btice. ISN eaab. |7 p#r month rent. H. Proelor. near the Jk. R. ft I. Shops. UM� FOR SALE-New Remington writer /With tabuhitor. at, a ' A^plj^ vitisens Lnnber. yard. FOR SALE-Stable. mart be aiofad from property. ApWjr Oeo, W.^WK%. en. Lethbridge WooUen Co. . IMHD FOB SALE CHEAP-A new sevan roomed fully modem house on OooMa near new Central-Schopl. �-* ' MacMurphy. Mgr. South All ber Co:,' Phone 2SS. fob SALE^-Shaek and eeoUag ntea-ails. Apply after S o'clock to *. Kennedy, river bottom, dose - in bridge. > ISM LAMP FOR SALE CONNECTING ROOMS-Two connecting rooms, beet of furnishings, bath with hot and cold water at all hours on same floor, in Shepard Blk. Best location in city. Two beds, two Morris chairs, etc $26.00 per mp. (ill advance.). Apply J. B. Kelsey. Shepard Block. 192-0 FOR SALE-We' have a'anSli Off fbV", a lew days One section ottland with >^, 485 acres under cultivation, all' fenell, a da betit.ndoing well. Mrs. ir ; NOriCE TO TRAVELLING PUBLIC ,15 you want to gei to the opera, house on time telephone 148. Our up' will get you there on to dite hacks timei, iSamuel Hall,  "Liverymaii; 186-26 tenders "TJWDKRS will be rt'ciMved up to noouj .August 3ist, for the privilege of selling soft drinks, cigars, fruit's, ice creani and candies on the square on I.abiu- ,Day. Stiiuj tendf-js to Jlrnwn Pipes, Sec'y Trades iiiid 2pl-4, Labor Council. TO RENT-Furnished room suitable for two gentlemen. 424 Smith St. Close in. 198-6 FOR SALE OR RENT-A thoroughly modern and up to date seven roomed house. We sell on good terms. Apply Adolph Swenumson, Duff Addition. 196'8 TO RENT-.A seven roomed house on r4)ndon Road. Water. Nicely papered and painted throughout. D. Wilson. Box 645, 196-6 FOR RENT-5 roomed house; barn for 3 horses, also chicken house. Front part of house suitable for business. Furniture can be bought bv leasee. Also 4 year old horse, buggy and harness. Horscis gentle and suitable for lady to drive: House rents for |12 a month. .Apply cor. John and Main Sts., Stafford Village, 20 minutes walk from P.O. 197-6 MltOeLLAMKOUt FOR lAWt. FOB SALE-Up to date; three stroke:. hay press. Apply Box 4S3, Citv.lSTtS;) FOB SALE-1 span work horses years old, weight about 2.900. 1 3 years old, with colt, broke, to,, ,, die, weight 850. 2 light aaddl-' les. 2 yeariing colts, gentle - .: milch cow 6 years old anr^^l laying hens. Apply'T. TjUl agent. Kipp Station; CP FOR 8ALE-A good sf eTeuiOg mare, has been dri-venrj' at T.SOi single as well. Apply J. f^Q^j^Otrii Ward, after 6 p .m ^ j g^.jj. g articles '%n�l.m�t- LOST LOST-A bunch of keys 1 i ion Bank and C. P. R. fr.^ ward given for return tojB range, Herald Office. pd reaer- TO RENT-Nicelv furnished * room, fuUv modern at 638 Burdett St. one block south of Central School. 197-0 \ Excellent Spur Tiitiek Lot in the very: centre of r the present warehiiiise district This one can be \ bought NOW for oi||y :$1200 cash Lots a block farlhieralbiig the spur priced at $2000. This is certainly a cheap buy. Freeman, Macleod and Graham Pi^iio nr ;C7 P.O. Box 679 The Alexandra A oool, pleasant plase to dine these hot days. Everything that the mar-' ket afforda at pricea tosaitali. notice NOTICE is hereby given tliat I will sell at the hour of 2 o'clock p.m'. on the 20th Aug. 1900, at the City Pound,-near the Isolated Hospital, the following described animal: Mare; color bay; branded y on left hip. JOS. GILLESPIE, 200-12 Chief of Police. tenders for hay V TENDERS will be received up to :the jlQlh day of August for the supply of 250 tons first quality baled tim-otiiy hay. Tender may be fof.fcjyhole or any part of above quantity!-iHay to be delivered in Lethbridge as required before Mardi 15th next. Address Box 546; Lethbridge Po^t-office. 19Bi-a LOANS FAIRM LOANS-Manufaol^rers LUe Insurance Company are prfpsred to grant loans on farms on v||y reaaop-able terms. T. B. Pattesotff Agent. I ^-^--^ fire insurance. TWO FARM LOANS AT S Pf l� CENT. HOUSES TO RENT-A first class stable, suit able for four teams of horses, witli a large hay loft, overhead. If you are interested in securing good stabling tor your horses, call at No. 1231 Bompas St. any evening after 6 o -clock for particulars. Wni. Taylor, Box 605. city. 197-0 TO RENT-An 8 roomed house on Ford St. Apply Eugene Hytens, Belgian restaurant. 19thbridge on the war to Alta. Finder Jkindly notll!^ ' aid office. 1 m mmm. ;