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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 9, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta fie Lethbridge Daily Herald, Tuesday, August In Cash Prizes TO BE GIVEN AT THE 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: 1st 2nd 3rd Entry No 396 397 398 399 To Professional Bakers Home Made (Bakers can- compete in this class) Girls under 14 Best Loaf Brown Bread from our WHOLE WHEAT FLOUR ENGINEER RAN AWAY WITH A YOUNG GIRL Abductor Nabbed at the Boundary Brought Back To ij the City Let a Herald Want Ad. Work For You and You Will Find It the Bett Little Servant You Ever Had In Employ A VIEW OF CROPS IN THIS DISTRICT Miss E. Cora Hind, commercial edi- 25 cents per insertion when not exceeding 35 words 6 insertions Please Pay in Advance what is marketed will all be for seed and local milling. The oat crop of this section is not even SITUATIONS VACANT small girl to" asslsfVith light housework. Apply St. tor of the Winnipeg Free re- worth considering. The hay crop on ports on crop conditions in this dis-1 irrigated land is good and thousands trict to her paper, as follows of acres are being cut and stacked, j The run from Medicine toj Ha? is beinS cut OIL wild lands 1 4V i' A.t.C' jLtOOj V" __________ George E. Nicholson, a locomotive ports Oja 'conditions in this dis-! irrigated land is good and thousands WANTED-Good engineer, was arrested yesterday at A_ T________ _ oro work at Frank. Coutts on the 'charge of abducting Wallace, the of Mrs. Fred 502 Bompas 200-G general servant for Wages per Ernest S't. 200-0 10 3 5 2 This Is The Brand! Now is the time to try it You may win tie prize! Ask your dealer for this 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 Pat Egan, j of the city police, made the arrest! and brought him to the city 'ast night. .Nicholson, who is a man about thirty-five years of age, has a wife sixteen-year-old Tne wa irom Metticine Hat to WANTED-General servant d Burier 4sh- i LetllbrldSe little improvement i men in other 5 ears no one thought 2S3 Bnmton gt b u uut.ei, trot ot botherins with. In addition to-------------------------------------------_-_ J TO BENT FOR Two offices to rent in the Post Office Block, and each per month, including light and heat. Apply J. D. KiginbothanK 201-O FOR A seven roomed house" water, lights and sewer connected. Ap- ply 1250 Bompas St., also nicely fur- nished front room suitable for- two- gentlemen. Apply 1248 Bompas St. 201-0 of conditions over Medicine Hat. In! of bothering with. In addition the district round Bow Island and i these sources of supply there is and three children living, but claims. that he went TO Spokane last April I and secured a divorce. Even had hej bread done so, the laws of State of Washington preclude either parties to a divorce from marrying again with- in six months. But the girl's moth- er and stepfather are very dubious WJh U.LLUi j about his having secured any divorce! seed, they have will be of good quality. At Lethbridge I made a long drive, taking in both irrigated and unirri- guLetl ianti. I was surprised to ana that irris-ated crops were not so 10 house on Agnew St between William and Westminster. Kent per month. Apply to 1404 D.ufferin St. 200-6x TO suite of rooms suitable ior light housekeeping. Also furnish- ed room. Apply Mrs. M. White, 504 cor. Courtland Round Streets. 199-0 TO roomed, modern" on Glyn St. Possession August 9th! Vropman Simons. 195.0 TO furnished room for gentlemen, modern house, telephone etc- Apply 425 Bartlett St. 194-0' What whoat! the man who has any, as timothy is at 202-C selling at SIS and alfalfa at per for night work. Ap- Jentlemen, modern convenienc- s of Qld j Pfr Coleman Hotel. Coleman. Alta. 02-9 a and close m- b'22 Catbill St. Grassy Lake there are some crops of! magnificent crop of alfalfa on irrigat- wheat that will yield from ten to rr wi11 vifl1rl fhmfl twelve uushels per acre. These are ed lands. It will yield three cuttings, and wil1 average two tons per acre on land where the dry farming sys-1 at each cutting. The hay crop prob- 'tem has been carefully, followed. Injabl7 be sufficient for all re- of "counter, "how- quirements before spring, but ever, it is questionable if they will bc an amazingly profitable for male .stenographer for the superintendent's office Royal North West Mounted Police, Macleod. For particulars apply Officer Commanding R.N.W.M. Police. Lechbridse. 199-1? BRICKLAYERS at once -to Navin Bros., Moose Jaw. 9S-G Bricklayers on new government jail building, Lethbridge Apply at building'. very much better than those without i irrigation, but found on inguiry that at all daring the week he was in i 0 the difficulty lav not with the irriga- The occupied city, and well accustomed to horsps i EmPire Cafe. Apply McClure Reference if required, or Phone 546 city. rooms. largT double to rent. Majestic theatre. Ap- H. Cleveland, on- premises. ling with a friend at a picnic, Lbrne Ellsworth of Marshville, aged 27, received injuries which may prove fa- Write tal. 197-6 FOR business stand in North store 14x44 and five living rooms and hall above 24x64. Rent per month. Also store 10x44 at per month. Apply T. Kennedy, Kennedy Hall. 2024 lady) seeks position in office or store. room with board St. 182-0 I Address M. G., Box 122, City. Permanent position 195-6 by __and offices. Ap- ply to the C. B. Bowman Agencj-, Acad- ia Building, Redpath street 194-0 TO nicely furnished rooms to salesman and correspondent To- i frr> '-a-i-------5----------------- tal abstainer. Box 40.. Herald office. large front in ful- ly modern house. St. MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE Apply 422 Co.Utts 197-6 however, then took a hand. spector. questioned passengers who line, as is the were usual C j aft-er flour for H. D. Charter on f Thursday of last week. 1 wm DmiIaP' of our most en- I terPrisiQg farmers, has finished tak i i ___ J_' f._t t __ _ M. T rom St. Wallace girl gave her name as Hen- derson and said she was going to her parents' home, four miles from Coutts. The inspector knew no one! .-__ t, of that name lived Coutts and _ ing on his bountuul harvest. Al- continued his questioning. Beside Halfi it just what he expected) 6 riie rtaJ1 he is well satisfied with the returns dld the He and John Duluski only pieces in this neighborhood worth cutting. Mrs. Browning is cooking in Swan- Phone 1181 ROSEMEAD Aiivta. n Tli and JMrs. Mangus Hough, of Rose- mead, on July 30th, a little daugh- ter. Harry Davis and Fred Williams made a business trip to Lethbridge the first of the week. berg Bros, construction camp. Rev. HcComb is back on duty again. Services are held every Sun- "day alternately, in the Kasimer and Ingleview school houses. P i about th aSked him' and Ihei1 she admitted SH e i was going with Nicholson. The erican laws are very strict along these lines and the girl consequently was refused admittance to the State of Montana by Inspector Nichols. A board of inquiry, however, was al- lowed and adjourned until to-day. Wkile at tke Fair Visit Southern Alberta's EXCLUSIVE CROCKERY AND CHINA STORE Our stock is complete in: Crockery. Earthenware, Fancy China, Cut Glass. Dinners-are. Tea Sets, Glasses. G-lassware. Chamber Sets. ]STOTelties; Mower Pots, Jardeniers. and Souvenir Goods. wheelpri harness, new, going cheap. A." Plioiie 556 P. 0. Box 224 315 Crabb St. son, c-o Lethbridge Saddlery Co. FOR for rent, .bright front room., fully modern. Telephone street. Can be seen any time .after 5 o'clock.' 197-6 iFOR hay in carload lots, oearoor Apply for prices to Newman Jack- August son, Box 86, Okotoks, Alta. Phone 25. paTstreet 189-24 FOR furnished large bedroom in private house for month of Bath and phone. 1222 Red- 198-ox FOR Mason and Risch piano used but a short time at a bargain. 1 Kara piano in splendid condition Rose- wood case, very cheap. We will mail lull particulars to out of town enquir- jies. Mason Risch Piano Co Ltd j Conservatory Building, Lethbridge. 190-0 I general servant Ply 2S3 Brunton. St________ JSS Model, TO room in fully modern house, also parlor bedroom. Apply 807 London Road. 19S-6 FOR for rent suit- able for garage or machine Ap- ply E. A. Cunningham, Rogers Cun- ningham-Lbr. Co. 202-O to righ Office. .__ SAL FOR front bed- room, suitable for lady or gentleman Use of piano if desired. per month Apply after 6 o'clock to 131 Westmin- ___________________________202-5 IT-, only run 200 mifes. i FOR store and two roomi Apply Box 24, -nd cellar. a month. Apply No 202-6 C Georgetown or the Illinois Alberta Busliesl! Kealty Co. 202-6 __ General Store Tou'nsite- for sellin op. A I TO RENT-Nicely modera room with phone. 7 iwujjj. jjiiuiie. One block spiendm chance .for anyone wanting tc i south from Central School 627 Coutts ousmess on a moderate scale j Street_______________ the 20.1-? LOST FOUND iviiscen.ANEous WANTS brother, Six. Shade and family, returned to the States the first of last week. H. D. Charter drove to Lethbridge for goods to restock Ms store again this week. Walter Knight, who has been work- ing at Monarch this summer, is back on his homestead. Mr. Hooper's duties as schoolinas- -Y MARSHALL RAMSEY Produce Brokers Hay, Grain and Produce fay car, lowest prices. Phone C76, P. 0. Box 2060 No. 2 Begin Block, Lethbridge ARMY BALLOONS Munich, Aug. Army balloons as- cended today to look for two army balloons which went up August 5. (r Nicholson, being an American citizen, was allowed to cross. Consultations between members of LOST IN GERMANY I Locomotive Engineers, LOST IN GERMANY to wnich the girrs stepfather Nicholson belonged, and lawyers werf) held yesterday with the result that an information was sworn to by R. Andrew Smith, and warrant issued There are grave fears that they are IOSL by D. H. Elton, J.P., this morning. Miss Helen McKay was drowned in! the St. Francis river at Upper Mel- j from bourne, Que. That Hattie Tabb was killed by a revolver in the hands of James Sib- bald. 12 years old, but.that no blame is attached to the latter, is the ver- dict ot the jury investigating the case at Hamilton. Detective Egan was entrusted with its execution. Arriving at Coutts, found that Nicholson had crossed Sweet Grass to Coutts and was in the house of the qustoms in- spector on the Canadian side, where the girl was staying, and he manag- FIRST-CLASS FALL WHEAT LANDS For sale on good terms. Crop goes if taken at once. Apply COWLEY i! ed to arrest; him without having to put into effect the plans he had ar- ranged to entice Nicholson to this side. Mrs. Butler' also went to Crutts and brought her daughter hack last night. At the depot last evening, when the south train came in, quite a crowd of engineers and others had gathered on the platform, and it was thought some kind of a demonstration against Nicholson might take place as feeling was running somewhat high. Antici- pating this, Egan took Nicholson- off the train on the far side, and was half way -to the police station before those watching on the platform were aware of it. VACUUM HOUSECLEANING Phone 1115 or call at 1208 Courtland Street and cast-off clothing, shoes, furniture, carpets rugs, watches, jewelry, musical instru- ments, bicycles, guns, buggies, Demo- crat wagons, horses and stoves The j gelding, no .brand, white i stripe on face, weight about j Last seen near Wilson Siding. I reward for return to W. D. Whitney's I 187 the Pludson's Bay I- j.ue i Stores and the Belly River traffic oignest cash price paid for live poul- bridge, a lady's light coat. Finder r" to the Tailoring please return to W. Scott, c-o Bentley __o., vdO Crabb street, opposite new Co.. Round St. 200-6 Herald office. 184-26 by the day or at home. Apply Miss Schmitz, gen delivery. 201-6 Rent, a 6-roomed fully modern house by August 20th. like to be close to deoot. Apply Box j 45, Herald Office. 201-P envelope containing read- Ing matter and a ladies' pearl belt buckle. Owner can have same by call- ing at Herald' office and paying for this ad. 199-4 tie pin in- base ball park. Owner can have same by calling at 912 -Burdett street and paying for this ad. 201-1 PROPERTV FOP bOARD housi" oath, electric weeklv C-all_834 Glyn .St. 202-6 FOR half 2S. township 6, --------------------____________________j range IS W. 4th Alberta. Incumbrance MONEY TO ana insur- !three aimual payments of 6 ance on farm and city property 4.p' I Per cent- due Nov sell; make ply the Southern Alberta Loan and Investmtat Co.. 4lfi Dufferin Br.van best cash offer. City, N. D. E. B. Wolff, Yallev 199-6 erec- STILL SAWING WOOD If you look for good Building Material at Lowest Prices you cannot pass us up. j Yard Office Phone 362. Gen'l Office Phone 334. Baroness Road. CAUGHT IN A SHAFT Winnipeg, Aug. Mclver, aged twenty, was oiling machinery in the Manitoba gypsum room at 16 o'clock Saturday, when the jacket he LS wearing caught In a shaft and he was fearfully mangled before the ma- chinery could be stopped. One arm was completely torn from his .body and both legs were broken. He died at the general hospital five hours, later. Fobn McLennan, of London town- ship, was found dead on his lawn by his wife. Cause, heart failure. HAYE FOR SALE tons 2sTo. 1 Timothy (this year's hay. (Another 1.000 tons wanted; send lowest price.) tons bunch grass for sale. (An- other 500 wanted Before "fixing your contract be sure and get us to quote. Blue joint, alfalfa, timothy and upland hay always on hand at rear of Dallas Phone 426 Office Lyceum Building, Lethbridge HOTEL FOR of 22 bedrooms, bath and toilet, dining room, sitting room, kitchen, barroom and large basement. Bar room furnish- ed, all in first class order. Choice lo- cation. Must sell owing to ill-health, Sch001 for the -nufctees o, the Lethbridge P. to H. Henderson, Rossland, B Scnool District No. 51 to be delivered! C. at the office of the architects on or nooa on Monday the loth of August, 1910. Separate tenders are asked for the heating and plumbing. Copies of the plans and. specifica- tions can now be seen at the archi- tect's H.M. and W. A. WHIDDINGTON, Architects. 197-0 211 Sherlock Bldg. 201-12 LETHBRIDGE CALEDONIAN Caledonian SO- Hall, Glyn St., Mondays and Thursdays; from 8 till 10.30 p.m. All Scotsmen welcome. J. B. Gibbon, Pres.; A.L. Johnston, Sec., Box 500. FOR rooming close in, snap. Enquire Room 6, owski Block. 201-2 HOTEL FOR roomed hotel furnished. Choice location. License paid to Jan. 15, 1911. Will sell cheap to close partnership. Apply to E Q H. Winn, barrister, Rossland, B! C. _______________ 201-12 LAND FOR SALE NOTICE Application for policeman at Staf- fordviile, will be received by the under signed up to Monday, August 15th, 1910. CHAS. PEACOCK, 200-8 Sec.-Treas., Staffordville ROBERT SAGE The 'Picture Framer Receive! Evtry "Day at the RED CROSS DRUG BOOK STORE FRUIT LAND FOR 254 acres on the Lower Arrow Lakes, opposite Deer Park, 80 acres, considered the on the lake, with 1-2 mile lake frontage. Must sell at once owing to ill-health. Apply -to Chas. Swartzen- hauer, Deer Park, or to H. Henderson Rossland, B. C. 201-12 MEN WHO KNOW A GOOD THING will jump at this tryiit land offer, 200 acres in 5 and 10 acre lots at Maktn- son's Landing, Arrow Lakes B C' Boats call twice daily. Landing iir centre of sub-division, all level land" sandy loam, no stone, every block with particulars and price apply to J. Ste- phenson, Box 58, Coleman, Alta, 201-6 NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS "We have on hand a good supply of brick at the Monarch Brick- Works, Monarch. Quotations cheeituV given. Samples sent to contractors- and architects on application H. S. JPELLETDSR, Prop.. 199-6 GEO. H. ROSE, Mgr... ;