Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 7, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE LtTHimCMlt bAILY HCRALO. SATURDAY, AUGUST �, I9M. MLAND ALBERTA FOR SALE Residential and Business Lots Buy real eitate in th� nio�t progressive town in Sontheni Albertn, and thereby doiible your profits Residential Lots from $40 to $200 Business Lots from $300 to $1,000 For terms call oi write to- Ludtke & Waddell Winning in 10 Second Flat Maks Kansas Sprinter Smile I -I am Your Bosom Friend- We guarantee onr work. Give \\b a trinl with yowr next bundle. LETHBRIDCE LAUNDRY Co. TERMS STRICTLY CASH Box 477 C. 8. FARROW, Maua�er Pbo 145 OUR LET rER BOX. REPAIR WORK LEFT AT OUR SHOP It ALWAYS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO PROMPTNEM AND tATISFACTIOII EVERY TIME IN _THIt DEPARTMEMT_ A. � ASTON Next to A. Macdonald & Co. Beside Gray's Hardware FRANK T (Special Correspoiidence) l.jnvrenccburg, Kas., June 5.-It ia Pos.s-ible that the Sunflower .state will develop the man to heat the lOO-5-ard mark of 9 4-5 seconds, the goal of ambitious sprinters. In Frank T. Haddock the Univer-.sity of Knnsa.s hns a sprinter of wo�-sfcrencc to a coi-tain contract or possibly contracts, one of which is the Court House and which is a government' 5ob, and the new hospital, which is a city contract. -I just wish to .speak about one particular line of business in connection with those ami also thy capabilities of the .several lirm.s in the city ill thai particular businoss , �( 'which I ttn\ familiar ami therefore capable of judging. In llio (Irst l>laco I believe a firm out of the city altogether has l�?i'n awardoil the contract, or suli-contract for the electrical installation in Iho new court hou.so. I With reference to this I would like to Say that there are two Urms in the city capable of doing the particular i kind of work reijuirod on t/his or ani' ; other jobs, so personally X think it would have been ' prudent to have avvnieing laid in two days. Mr. Wicker -does "not look upon this as a romarluihle feat, sa.ying that the hen was working overtime, but � many of tho o.\|>erts in the southeastern part of the .state claim it is a record and they arc willing to back Judy for any reasonable amount as the prize ogig-producer of tho Inland Empire, also,defend the title against any fowl in this Part of the Northwest. Tho hen has been segregated from the rest of the barnyard fowl and its future lierformanccs will bo Watched with interest nil over tho state of Washing-, ton. The owner bought Jtidy for 65 cents a year ago. Ho has since fused an offer of fSO and says would not sell for �100. Trinity College ^ School ^ ptrtiopcM. s;;:ss&&1 Boys pwpaiad lor tlw Royal Militafy CoUcga. aad__ ^Special attentioa aivan to yoaaier k., Neat term b^jfas Tocsday, Sept i WH. Mirua nor. ai. (CMMapkiLi �aTia" Ring Up 108 When yon want X Done promptly and ^ satisfactorily ij; JOHN BRODIE: wliol?* �.\ part'id.'i^t ii>k1 mo ever it ^'t ed bj-withnift beat gai Hut yett to dK it.'i _ to the 1^:^, (lolliir.'X^ WOW will again be a feature. Best Indian display to be seen on the Continent. I Big IHirses are hung up for all kinds of H6i^>^ Professional baseball games and lacrosse matches. Be sure and see Lethbridge; it is growing fast. Low rates on all railroads I The Big Bridge^ one of the world's wonders, iscompleted; and is worth travelling miles to see. I MAKE m A POINT TO ATTEND TfelS PAIR AND HAVE A GOOD OUTING | ENTRICt WILL K REOCIVED AT HATCH & COONS' OFFICE, OLIVER BLOCK.