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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 10, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Lethbridge Dally Herald, Wednesday, 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 Bakers 397 Home Made (Bakers can- not compete in this class) 398 Girls under 14 399 Best Loaf Brown Bread from our WHOLE WHEAT FL'OUR 1st 2nd 3rd 10 3 5 2 2 This Is The Brand! Now is the time to try it You may win the prize! for this high- Ask your dealer will get a 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 THE LETTER BOX DEALS FURTHER WITH MAYOR ADAMS' POLICY Kditor Lethbridge Herald: Kindjy permit 'me, through the columns of your paper, to discus somewhat further Mayor Adams' pub lished views and policy regarding th social problem in our city. Publi discussion of this matter, as we hav already noted, is objectionable to th mayor. He says: "I am very much afraid that this sort of advertising only aggravates the disease." Wil Mayor Adams cite a single authentu nstance in which any such thing has happened in connection with this prob em? Will ..Mayor Adams furnish re iable evidence that this evil, so pub lie and so well-supported as it is in >ur city, has been .successfully com atted anywhere .in civilization with- ut considerable publicity? The mayor, is perfectly free, of course, to answer these questions without re- ourse to the press. Only, let us have he answers in and white, for hus they are in more durable form md admit of closer study. We note that the mayor says: "Every ..precaution will continue to be taken to discourage the increase of the population in that quarter." The obvious, inference from this rather surprising statement is that the civic authorities have been taking "every precaution" in the direction named, the mayor be good enough to'let, us know, in black ana white, what has j been the definite result of these pre-1 cautions? Will he.state what definite j measures, by way of-such precaution Let a Herald Want Ad. Work For You and You Will Find It the Beit Little Servant You Ever Had In Employ SUFFEREDJHflEE TEAifl IHI Or. Indian Root PUte Kidney Trouble There are lew diseases that cause more acute taSttrng than Kidney Trouble, and Mr. P. A. Thomas, of Sudbury Out, is by S o'clock the company began ordering into the barns. It was (believed tils CSLPS could continiiG nin in residence section. All the troops in the city but one regiment- left to-1 MONEY TO and inst- ance on farm and city property. Ap- ply the Southern Albert; investment Co.. 416 Dufferin Bryan WocK position as hardware clerk or I would have no objection to driving a delivery rig for any kind of business, .-with the chance of promo- TO room with board if desired. Apply 1202 Ford St. 182-0 TO and offices Ap- ply to the C. B. Bowman Agency Acad- ia Building. Redpath street. 194-0 FOR furnished large bedroom in private house for month of taon. I am well acquainted with the August Bath and phone. city, and -well accustomed to horses Pata street. Reference if required. Write Box 605 TO or Phone 546 city. 203-f MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE FOR wheeled cart and City medical practitioners, who are equally intelligent and capable of fla_ -nick and drew up to the curb before forming a sound judgment in this mat- j the 'Alexandra at 12.40 His ter- tilere is absolutely no such justi-i brother; F. J. Robertson met Mm success.has attended The mayor has revok- there. He had special 'business of in the of the Pittsburg and HAY HAY Upland hay in car guar- anteed against heating or moulding. Write us wants. JESSE GONGE CO. Acme, Alta. FOR hay in carload lots Apply for prices to Newman Jack- son, Box 86, Okotoks, Alta. Phone 25 189-24 1222 Red- 198-ox room in fully modern house, also parlor bedroom Apply 807 London Road. 198-6 FOR for rent suit- able for garage or machine shop. Ap- ply E. A. Cunningham, Rogers Cun- ningham Lbr.-Co. 2Q2-O 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 fuil particulars to out of town enquir- ies. Mason Risch Piano Co Ltd Conservatory Building, Lethbridge. _____ 190-0 Ford St Beside Fiie Hall Pkone 1181 HEAVY RAINS IN JAPAN Tokio, Aug. rain fall at -Macleod but had to .be back shy the local to catch the southbound. Ee ex- plained the and givins situation to ini to time his .0 ar maUer. took possession of the wheel and headed the car for Macleod. He took no stop-over privileges en route, did not even hesitate for hills, pud- bridge? Do the latest and 'best med-l East Liberty Passenger E. R., owing ical authorities regard segregation as Ito tlie breakinS of an agreement. a success from a medical point of __- Will the medical men in this believe in segregation pre- pare and sign a statement setting forth the success of the segregation 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; 202-4 FOR Model o-passenger Touring Car, only run 200 miles. 202-6 FOic Comfortable front suitable for lady or gentleman Use of piano if desired. per month Apply after 6 o'clock to 131 Westmin- ster Rd. _ 202-6 FOR A store and two rooms and- cellar. ?15 a month. Apply No 6 Georgetown or the Illinois Alberta 202-6 that continued today has caused de- aies or rock- roads and arrived in along the Macleod in time to transact his busi- wuiu wast Hundreds of houses' "S3S catch 'the 1.55 local. The vbeen sabmerged-- and one occu- speedometer registered just 45 miles pied by s. number of students in the province of Shizuoka, was buried its tenantc hpnoaffc WITH SHERMAN IN HIS FAMOUS RIDE Omaha, Xeb., Aug. S. Peters, a veteran newspaper, man and policy in this city from a medical point of view? It is not necessary that these questions be answered through the press so long as we get the answers down on paper where but Mr. Robertson claims (like the nOt evaSorate wbere loyal Scot) that had the hills been the' be rolled out, flat and due allowance made the Says: "J certamly for ruts, rocks and puddles this irece' nOt bell6Ve that arrest? and eradicate tfae evil_ of speed-merchandise would look bet- ter even than indicated by the instru- ment. He also asserts with -becoming mod- esty that this trip was only an every- is dead at his home here, aged 63 years. He was one of the troop StUnt for a -AIodeI 1T- rode with General Sherman on his' famous ride. MARSHALL RAMSEY Produce Brokers Hay, Grain and Produce by car, lowest prices. Phone 672, P. 0. Bos 2060 No. 2 Begin Block, Lethbridge A DUCK IN THE WATER Boston, Aug. 15-year-old girl, Rose Pithoff, today succeeded in swimming from Charlestown bridge to Boston Light, a feat attempted many times by most of the best dis- tance shimmers of the east, but here- tofore accomplished by but one per- json, Alois Aderle, of New York. FIRST-CLASS FALL WHEAT LANDS For sale on good terms. Crop goes if taken at once. Apply imprisonment 'been tried for two thousand years in populous centres and failed." The public will take knowledge that Mayor Adams and his coadjutor are' the only two men who have made such unwise use of the word "eradicate." But because a policy of "arrest, fine and imprisonment" have failed to "eradicate" theft and -burglary, shall we set apart some quarter of the city wherein these crimes may be prac-, tised with impunity? Further, willj Mayor Adams furnish us with the S facts regarding the social evil in any j well-organized city in any civilized! country where the policy of "arrest, fine and imprisonment" has been faith- fully and efficiently carried out during the past ten years, and failed? Manx- citizens of Lethbridge will be vastly- more interested in the reply to this inquiry than in general statements covering periods of two thousand years. Yours sincerely. T. P. PERRY. While at the Fair Visit Southern Alberta's EXCLUSIVE CEOCKEKY AND CHINA STOKE Our stock is complefe in: Crockery; Earthenware, Pancy China, Cut Glass. Dinnenvare, Tea Sets; Glasses, Glassware, Chamber Sets, Novelties, Flower Pots, Jardeniers, and Souvenir Goods. KIRKHAM. BROTHERS Phone 556 P. 0. Box 224 315 Crabb St. FOR Store Business? in splendid new Townsite. Good op' and best reasons for selling. A splendid chance for anyone wanting tc start business on a moderate scale and grow up with the Tilley. ?oi-c i-TOR computing scale" j batcher's block, saws, knives, cleaver. ana wall brackets, for sale cheap. Was Realty Co. furnished fully modern room with phone. One block south from Central School, 627 Coutts 201-6 FOR roooL Applv Round St. 203-5 TO roomed fully mod- ern house on Bartlett St.. furnished or umurnished. Apply Conybeare McArthur or W H McLel- Phone 329 or 711. "'208-6 FOR turnisbed rooms' f' house- Use of Phone jgggjga Bruce St. Rirerview. LOST AND FOUND gelding, no brand, white stripe on face, weight about Last seen near Wilson Siding. reward for return to W. D. Whitney's _________187 the Hudson's Bay machine nearly new [Stores and the Belly River traffic Write Bos or call at 40 Argyle Are., Lethbridge 203-f FOR SALE layingTenT phonograph 87 records MISCELLANEOUS WANTS shoes, FOR half 28. township 6, range IS W. 4th Alberta. Incumbrance cast-off j three annual payments of S3S4.00, 6 turniture, carpets. per cent, due Nov 22. Must sell; make musical mstru- best cash offer. E. B. Wolff, Valley ouggies, Demo-I Citv "NT 'D 1QQ K crat wagons, horses and stoves The _____________________ highest cash price paid for live poul I HOTEL FOR pf_ 22 try.. Co., 330 Crabb Herald office. Hanrard Tailoring street, opposite new 184-26 by the day or at home. Apply Miss Schmitz, gen delivery. s KITCHENER TAKES UP GOLF STILL SAWING WOOD If you look for good Building Material at Lowest Prices you cannot pass us up. ltlZ< sn's Yard Office Phone 362. Bareness Road. Cen'I Office Phone 334. Foozles Frequently in Initial Game, But Uses No Extremely Harsh Words. London, Aug. Kitchener has taken up the game of golf. He Played his initial game to-day on the "nks at .xortb Berwick, and, while i he foozled frequently, he indulged in no harsher expletive than "That's no good." He made progress and seem- ed satisfied at'the end of the play, LETHBRIDGE CALEDONIAN SO- Caledonian Hall Glyn St., Mondays and Thursdays from S till 10.30 p.m. All Scotsmen welcome. J. B. Gibbon, Pres.; AL Johnston, Sec., Box 500. 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-he'alth, or -will consider trade for Alberta land: Apply to H. Henderson, Rossland, C. 201-12 Would i HOTEL FOR roomed hotel furnished. Choice location. License paid to Jan. 15, 1911. Will sell cheap bath pWr -uuuse. i to close partnership. Apply to E. v. Pan ri paone- 55 -weekly I H. Winn, barrister, Rossland, B C. Call So4.Glvn Ar LAND FOR SALE hay. HAVE FOE BALE tons ]NTo. 1 Timothy' (this vear's (Another tons wanted: send lowest price.) tons Lunch grass for sale. (An- other 500 wanted immediately.) 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 Hotel- Phone 426 Office Lyceum Building, Lethbridge FRUIT LAND FOR acres on the Lower Arrow Lakes, opposite j Deer Park, SO acres, considered the choicest on the lake, with 1-2 mile lake j- v-iiuiutoi. vjii LUC icvn-c, vvitu j.-i Luat; laive .ippjcauon for policeman at frontage. Must sell at once owing to fordvilie, will be received by the under UP t0 August nr 200-8 CHAS. Sec.-Treas., PEACOCK, Staffordyjlle Tenders are asked for the" erec- I tion of the Fleetwood School for the trustees of the Lethbridge P P School District No. 51 to be delivered at the office of the architects on or before noon on Monday the 15th of August, 1910. Separate -tenders are asked for the beating and plumbing. Copies of the plans and specifica- tions can now be seen at the archi- H.M. and W. A. WHIDDINGTON, Architects. 211 Sherlock ill-health. Apply to Chas. Swartzen- hauer, Deer Park, or to H. Henderson. Rossland, B. C. 201-12 MEN WHO KNOW A GOOD THING win jump at this fruit land offer, 200 acres in 5 and 10 acre lots at Makin- son's Landing, Arrow Lakes, B. C. Boats call twice daily. Landing centre of sub-division, all level land, sandy loam, no stone, every block -with in five minutes of boat landing. For particulars and price apply to J, Ste- pheDson, Box 58. Coleman, Alta.-201-o FOR SALTS OR of len acres on the shores of Dutiful Kootenay Lake in the heart of the famous Kaslo fruit dis- trict. Water right; (fffie mountain stream) also water piped under pres- sure for general purposes. Six ROBERT SAGE The Picture Framer Receives Every Day at the RED CROSS DRUG BOOK STORE so all small fruits. Two acres used for nursery past three years. Firsc and selected in the district and the best. Right on lake shore (boats all can when flagged) telephone, service [and graded road to town, three miles- school, church and postoffice within half a mile; and climate and most profitable industry on earth Three room house and outbuildings! Jorth and will soon advance quick sale' ?bOO cash; balance 3, 2, 3 years; 6 per cent, or .will exchange for No 3 wheat land. Address Kootenay Valiey Nurseries, Mirror Lake, B. C 203-0- ;