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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 11, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Lethbridge Daily In Cash Prizes TO BE GIVEN AT THE LETHBRIDGE FAIR August 9-10-11 For the Best Loaf of Bread made from Hour' of the ELLISON MILLING ELE- VATOR CO. The following are the prizes 1st 2nd 3rd To Professional Bakers Home Made Bakers can- not compete in this class) 398 Girls under 14 399 Best Loaf Brown Bread from our WHOLE WHEAT FLOUR 10 3 5 2 2 1 LITTLE LAD WAS PAINFULLY INJURED An exceedingly painful accident oc- curred yesterday shortly after noon on the road leading out to the Ex- hibition grounds. The seven year old son of.Mat Petros was walking along on the prairie near the new St. Jypriau's church, when a rig dashed swiftly up driven at a rapid rate. The little fellow was unable to jump safety and was knocked down under the cruel feet oi the swiftly moving horse. The wheels of the rig Let a Herald Want Ad and You Will Find It the Bert Little Servant passed over his head, and cut a hor- rible gash several inches in length, nd the scalp as it hung down over he poor victim's ear, presented a itiful sight. Dr. This Is The Brand! Now is the time to try it You may win the prize! Ask your dealer for this will get a high- grade flour at the right price and have chance to win the biggest prize ever offered in Lethbridge by any flour mill Ask Your Grocer For Our Hour. Usual prices will prevail tor further particulars see Lethbridge Prize List J. C. Lovering was immediate- ly summoned, and when the little fel- low had been carried into Thomas Wray's house, 922 Bartlett, the doc- tor administered an anaesthetic, un- der the influence of -which the boy remained for upwards o! an hour. Fourteen stitches were placed in the wound, and these were but temporary ones. The little lad was later mov- ed by J. W. Waddell to the home of his father On Wood street. SIX HUNDRED MEN ISOON AT WORK 25 cents per insertion when not exceeding 35 wordi 6 insertions Please Pay in Advance Pincher Creek, Aug. official of the company states that in a months time there will be 600 men here for the new railroad. Of course, that does not mean such a large num- ber of men will-be' employed at this point, but as Pincher Creek is the headquarters of the company the men will have to come here before being consigned to different points of 'the Hue when it is in course of construe MILLION DOLLAR FIRE AT BOSTON lion. C. N. R. WILLING. Toronto, Aug. here m. MacKenzie expressed the ion that che C. X. R.- would lease and operate the Hudson's Bay. Railway on similar arrangements as the Trans, continental. He pointed out that the C. N. R. already had a. charter to con- struct a road to the Bar. Boston, Mass., Aug. loss of upwards oi ,was caused last night by -a fire in 4e wholesale lumber districts. Starting in the lumber yards at Blacker Shephard at Dover and Albany streets the blaza assumed proportions of such magni- tude that a general alarm, the first sounded in this city since 1872, fol- lowed within ten minutes of W first i alarm. The fire soon extended along both sides of Albany street south from OR Dover street on the east side, wiping out the buildings and ten million feet SIG OPERA HOUSE FOR MAGRATH Magrath, Aug. Bros have decided to erect a splendid opera house, to cost about The site has not definitely been decided upon, but the one next door to O 0. is most favored, and the building is likely to foe erected there. The structure will be 120 feet 'by 50 feet, .built of brick veneer, and strictly modern. The seating cap- acity will be about Electricity will foe generated in the rear of the building, which will be a great advan- tage. HIS TRADE. "I see you have an actor employed on the farm." "Yes, I put him on. 'He's a darn good actor, too. I thought he was working the first week he was here." City.Times. CHAMPIONS who win a race have to be hardy and full of vigor. Proper nutriment gives buoyancy and elasticity to the Ar njui------ _ small girl to assist with light housework. St. Apply 502 Bompas 200-6 general servant for work at Prank. Wages per month. Apply 537 Ernest S-t. 200-0 servant girl. Ap- ply 283 Brunton St. 199-6 _________ FOR K1OT-9 roomed modern house 204-6: S? Ifeht and 201-O iouiiis mm- for -c-p- iUl the superintendent's office Royal North West Mounted Police, Macleod. For particulars apply Officer Commanding R.N.W.M. Police. Lethbridge. 199-12 -furnishings. Bricklayers on new government jail building, Lethbridge. Apply at building. 202-6 for night work. Ap- ply Coleman Hotel, Coleman, Alta. 02-9 class dining room girl. Wages per month. Apply Coleman Hotel, Coleman, Alta. 202-9 porter. Mus-t have good references. Apply Bank of Montreal. ___ 201-0 men for dairy farm. Must be good milkers. Apply F, H. Cox, 34 Argyle Ave., Lethbridge 201-6 SITUATIONS WANTED NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS We have on hand a good supply oi stock brick at the Monarch Brick Works, Monarch. Quotations cheerful ly given. Samples sent to and architects on application H. S. PELLETIER. Prop 199-6 G-EO. H, ROSE, Mgr.. SITUATION cook by young colored lady, private family pre- fered. None other but first class need apply. Address Daisy Southern No 122 Ford St. 201-6 Armstrong, New .Michel, B. C. roomed also nicely iur; mahed front room suitable for two- gentlemen. Apply 1248 Bompas St 201'6 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- tion. I am well acquainted with the city, and well accustomed to horses Reference if required. -Write Box 605 or Phone 546 city. 993 r rooms _ housekeeping. Also furnish- ed room. Apply Mrs. M. White 504' cor. Courtland Round Streets. 199-Q roomed, modern on Glyn St Possession August 9th' Vrooman Simons. 196-O furnished room for gentlemen, modern house, telephone etc. Apply 425 Bartlett St.. 194-0 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE FOR wheeled cart and harness, new, going cheap. TO room suitable" for 2 gentlemen, modern convenienc- es and close in. Apply 622 Cutbill St. 191-os UNICES TO large ces, corner Round and Dufferin Sts i Bryan Block. Also Remington typewriter, splendid roll-top desk and counter for sale. Room 6. Bryan block or P 0 Box 1983 181-0 10 furnished bed room suitable for two; half block south of Central school, 623 Coutts St WAREHOUSE FOR RENT _ The Western Canada Agency property, jjiuuen back of Dallas Hotel, spur track. W. TURIFF NOT AFTER SASKATCHEWAN JOB. Turiff_ at Lethbridge Iron Works. once. The 203-0 AUCTION you are: jauction sale An Ottawa, Au? r T> f J- U- >vu P. for Assiniboia. has returned to Ottawa, after spendin Sleeplessness. Wornout, Sick Feeling and other symptoms of Sluggish, In- active Kidneys and Liver disappear. Smarting, Frequent Urination and aU Bladder Trouble ends. FIG PILLS go at once to the disordered Kidneys, Bladder and Urinary System, and com- plete a cure before you know it There is no -other remedy at any price, which will effect so thorough and prompt a cure as a 25c box of FIG PILLS. Only curative results can come from taking FIG PILLS, and a few doses mean clean, active, healthy Kidneys. Blad- der and no Backache For sale at all first olass drug "stor- es; 25c a box, or five for one dollar and insur- WAA itw. AJJ emu ply the Southern Alberta Loan Investment Co., Bryan WocK RNT-Desk room for FOR hay in carload lots. 41S Dufferin streo. HAY HAY Upland hay in car lots, guar- anteed against heating or moulding. Write us wants. JESSE GONGE CO Acme, AJta _ prices to Newman Jack- son, Box 85, Okotoks, Alta. Phone 25. ._________________1S9-24 Model 5-passenger Ford Touring Car, only run 200 miles Party- H Herald Office. 2Q2-6 hvKf-nV 1.1 tilXLLS. knives, cleavers and win Sedonlr used only R. Dobbin, 310 Glyn St 172-O TO robins, large" double to rent, Majestic theatre. Ap- ply Mrs. H. Cleveland., on 97-0 TO opposite Herald" office on Crabb St, formerly occupied by Empire Cafe. Apply McClure Stewart Agency, 146-O ______ months. Write Box 545 TO room with board Apply 1202 Ford j. .ttc or cail at 40 Argyle Ave., Lethbridge an Edison phonograph with records a binger sewing machine nearlv new room suS. Tailoring Co., 330 o, 330 Crabb St. opposite the Herald office. "J c" TT sale will be held at 119 Glyn rieside rile Hall j St. every afternoon and evening of Phone 1181 proposal to hold World's Fair in 1914, Has received superb new furniture, consisting of beds, springs, mattresses, cots, dres- sers, commodes, book cases, absolute- ly new tinware, ironware, 3 new Chat- a j ham incubators, lamps, Clocks etc., etc. Don't miss these sales. Remember' approval of the Chamber of Commerce i every afternbon and evening. W. L. Bristol, England. 'j Wilson, auctioneer. C. J. Lanman 202-4 -3- month in Western Canada. He denies the re- port that he is either slated for or a candidate for an appointment in the near future as Lieutenant-Governor of Saskatchewan. The new governor in succession -to Lieut-Governor For- set will, it is understood, be a Sas- katchewan man. Mr. Tariff says the estimates of the Western crops ex- perts vary from 75 to So million 'bush- LETHBRIDGE CALEDONIAN SO- Caledonian 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 business stand in North Lethbridge, store 14x44 and five living rooms and hall above 24x64. Rent -540 per month. Also store 10x44 at ?15 per month Apply T. Kennedy, Kennedy Hall. 202-4 WANTS WANTED-Ladies' and Gents TO and offices. Ap- ply to the C. B.. Bowman Agency, Acad- ia Building, Redpath street 194-0 FOR for rent suit- able for garage or'machine shop. Ap- ply E. A. Cunningham, Rogers Cun- ningham Lbr. Co. 202-O FOR front bed1 room, suitable for lady or gentleman Use of piano if desired. per month Apply after 6 o'clock to 131 Westmin- ster Rd. 202-6 S stores. Tie paid for live Harvard new 184-26 FOR store and TWO rooms and cellar. a month. Apply No 6 Georgetown or the Illinois Alberta Realty Co. 202-6 els. FIRST-CLASS FALL WHEAT LANDS For sale on good terms. Crop goes if taken at once. Apply IE COWLEY EXPECT JOBS ON YANKEE POLICE FORCE Calcutta, Aug. IO.-A remarkable emigration of Punjanbs, Mohamme and Sikhs, wno are leaving for Kong with the avowed inten- tion of proceeding to California is engaging the official attention of the United States consul general. The number belong to the fight- ing castes, and are under the impres- sion that they can get on the Ameri- can police force. ff STILL SAWING WOOD If you look for good Building Material at Lowest Prices you cannot pass us op. O O ej JLalLdlo Yard Office Phone 362. P j r n oaroness Road. Gen I Office Phone 334. 'FOREST FIRES JN YELLOWSTONE PARK Livingston. Mont, Aug. forest fires are raging in Yellowstone Park, according to reports here. It is -believed'that the fires will be brought under control before great damage is done. The fires are fought 'by 200 regular troops stationed in the Park. The Yellowstone Park is heav-' Ily timbered and a serious fire means a great loss. Apply Miss Schmitz, gen j 201-f TO furnished fully modern room with phone One block south from Central School, 627 Coutts Street 201-6 Visit Southern Alberta's EXCLUSIVE CROCKERY AND CHINA STORE 'Qur stock is complete in: Crockery, Earthenware, Fancy China, CutG-lass, Dinnerware, Tea Sets, Glasses, Glassware, Chamber Sets, Novelties, Flower Pots, Jardeniers, and Souvenir Goods. KIRKHAM BROTHERS Phone 556 P. 0. Box 224 315 Crabb St. DUNDONALD'S VIEWS ENDORSED The Hague, Aug. the course of an interview regarding the 'cadet! movement here. Lord Dundonald said General Lake, in a recent report the Canadian government, entirely1 agreed with the views previously ex- pressed by himself. There had been a great change in opinion in Canada on the question. G.T.R. TAKES BACK CONDUCTORS Toronto, Aug. lO.-The story sent out from London to the effect that the railway conductors'and trainmen were about to establish a fund for a pension scheme is vigorously denied here by officials of the, railway or-' ganization. Up to date twenty-five [passenger conductors have been put back to work since tne strike. NOTICE Application for policeman at Staf ereo- The Waddinqtoo-Stockey Co. hay. HAVE FOR SALE tons No, 1 Timothy (this year's MARSHALL RAMSEY Produce Brokers Hay, Grain and Produce bj car, lowest prices. Phoae 676, P. O. Box 2060 >.o. 2 BeginJBlock, Lethbridge "V (Another tons wanted; send lowest price.) tons launch grass for sale. (An- other 500 wanted immediately.) Before fixing your contract he 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 of the Fleetwood School for the trustees of the Lethbridge P P School District No. 51 to bedeliverePd at the office of the architects on or Before noon on Monday the 15th of August, 1910. Separate tenders are asked for the heating and plumbing. Copies of the plans and tions can now be seen at tect's. H.M. and W. A. WHIDDINGTOX, Architects. 19 211 Sherlock Bid room. Apply _____________ 203-6 roomed fully mod- ------e on Bartlett Sti, furnished or unfurnished. Apply Church McArthur or W. H McLel-' land. _Phone 329 or 711. 203-6 FOR half 28, township 6, range 18 W. 4th Alberta. Encumbrance three annual payments of 6 per cent, due NOT 22. Must sell; make best cash offgf. E. B. Wolff, Valley City. N. D.____________________199-g HOTEL FOE, 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 sen owing to ill-health, or will consider trade for Alberta land. Apply to H. Henderson, Rossland, B. c- 201-12 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 archl- FRUIT LAND FOR acres on the Lower Arrow .Lakes, opposite Deer Park, SO 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 LOST-Bay gelding, no .brand, stripe on face, weight about 1500 iS? near Siding. reward for return to W. D. Whitney's __________- 137 gold nugget on a small chain on the fair grounds on Wednesday Liberal reward for return to the Her- ald office. 20-1-6 the Hudson's BaT Stores and the River traffic kndge, a lady's light coat. Piease return to W. Scott, c-o Co.. Round St ______________200-6 gold wishbone brooch set pear's- FimcJer please return to Ford St. and receive reward. 04-O WHO KNOW A GOOD THING will jump at this land offer, 200 acres in 5 and 10 acre lots at MaMn- son's Landing, Arrow Lakes, B C Boats call twice daily. Landing in 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- Phenson, Bos 58, Coleman, Alta.'201.5 FOR SALE OR fruit ranch of ten acres on the shores of beautiful ivootenay Lake in the heart of the famous Kaslo fruit dis- ci, water right; (fine mountain stream) also water piped under pres- Six acres cjeared, acre fine orchard bearing; al- so all small fruits. Two acres used ?ast shore (boats all ervice and ROBERT The Picture Framer Receives Ev.ry Day at the RED CROSS DRUG A. BOOK STORE road half a mile; ideal and most profitable and will soon advance give time for 8 years. For full nar to s- J- "2S. iS 204-6 ;