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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 14, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBHiDtig DAILY HERALD. SATURDAY, AUGUST 14, I WHAT COUNTS IN A RACE IS THE FINISH MORAL REFORM MASS MEETING AT BLAIRMORE! Notice THE RED CROSS DRUG AND BOOK CO. have weighed in, and are entering the course without handicap. They will allow fair running for competitors, otherwise the race would be unfair. The methods to be used in forging to the front will be: Good, Pure Drugs provided from the World's best markets; Careful and prompt dispensing as provided by Education in the best Pharmaceutical Colleges Up-to-date buying and honest selling t Cheerful service, without servility; Prompt attention to detail; The big things generally look after themselves. Aug. nj.ffht then.1 WHS bijr in the CY-n- tra.1 Baptist Church, subject be- "3Ioral Reform .in to tho red light district of IJIuirmore." Speakers' from Cok-man, Frank, Pinoher Creek and Blairmore. On the platform 31r. Jones of Frank, chairman. Mr. Sutherland, supported by -Mr. Hunter of I'incher Greek. Mr. JJruinm of Frank and Messrs. Lyons and Sargent of Bluirmore. "Chairman Jones opened Uie meeting with a speech, proposing various restrictions to be put on tho rod light ladies. He suggested they .should he com- pletely isolated and taken from their present location en the high, road be- tween and Frank and plue- in sonic spot away from chance live to w to place it it this column. it you want nytlilajt use this column. 25c taMrtion inxertitiu for SI o'clock noon, August 24, 1909, for tlu- construction of approximately yards of sidewalks. A certified cheque for the sum of yiDO.OO payable to the. Secretar} Treasurer of the Town of Cardston must accompany ouch proposal rm a guarantee that the successful bidder will within six days after awarding of work enter into a contract with the Town." Satisfactory bonds will bo required for the faithful execution of the con- tract. Plans and specifications may bo stenograpner seen at the of the Secretary- some knowledge of book-keeping Thvisun-r. Box O.K., c-o Herald. Xo bid u-'cessarilv accepted. 'L. A. WILSON. Secretary-Treasurer. Cardston. August 11. 1909. INSTRUCTIONS TO .BIDDERS prices must, be written in the bid and also stated in figures. must satisfy themselv- PROPERTY fan FOll snap. Furnished house and two lots on Burdett St. Block 20. Duff Addition. Apply on premises. j FOR SALE OR rooinea house, stable, hay shed, large chicken house on River bottom .near bridge. Best place in town for keep- iuj: cows and chickens. Price easy terms. Price cash. per month rent. H. Proctor, near the A. R. I. Shops. 184-0 SITUATIONS VACANT FOR Remington type- writer with tabulator, at a bargain.: Apply Citizens Lumber yard. 187-0 es by personal examination of the lo- cation of tho proposed work., its seem- te-mptiition. or that there be a strone i jns advantages ami and ____ i by sucn other means a? they prefer moral 'ears expen- 205-31 H- Smith, Lethbridge. 04-6 MISCELLANEOUS wants all your" Imperial quart 'bottles. Will pay highest prices. 407 Ford St. 305-6 To buy at dnce a horse, buggj- and harness or democrat wag- Apply 330 Cfabb St. near Duffer- 204-6 on. in. BICYCLE a. good second-hand bicycle. Apply to Box T.E.iL, Herald Office. 203-0 CRITIC OF FAIR Farrc-n to perform.' and after every Editor Lethbridge Herald: paying their fee, find out that Dear fair was a great sue-j two of the performers had been dead cess, that ia iu crowds, but the city I for yoars. The Dads walked around Dads must feel humbugs if they pos-! tho grounds as if everything whs sess any feeling: at all, especially the j 0. K. If I had been a Dad Wednes- ticket collector at the grand stand, j I'd of. stayed home for fear of Why advertise balloon ascension, j being accused of being a hum bug goat performance and such attrac-j and fraud. Any way, I'll--admit the tions when they knew it was all j show was worth the money. But traud. Would they allow the Lyceum-j why advertise anything that" was not and Eureka theartes to advertise Sir! to appoar beats me. Henry Irving, Ellen Terry and Nelly i Yours truly J. P. MAY NOT BE ABLE TO DO IT Ottawa. Aug. developed to- day that the city may not be able to1 six years people ran the jtovon. Mr. Sutherland next spoke j commenting on previous snec-ches he- ing most emphatic in his remarks That the rod light Indies were not a. necessity to the town and was 'SEALED TENDERS will b, m jus opm-on Uiat the places be ab- by the- undersigned until 5 o'clock! 1 olished. A LOST TENDERS WANTED TO RENT. On Monday, erne bay mare j branded BS on right thigh' and plus i sign 'over 12 on 'the shoulder. Heavy mane and tail. A little flat at root of tail. reward given for recov- made thC street for" Mr: Kevin: Ilorcible.speech 01 the evening. Touch- .The lowest or any tender not neces ing on national life, and the fall "of i sarily accepted. and room for thivf 1 fin. U-iiLii ;j u CUJCK i j.7 p.m. Tuesday Auc. 17, 1909, for the i Hom r.f o I modern and close in. Aonlv 21 j cry. Apply Box 10, Herald office. 04-6 Erection of a residence building on Apply 21 i RedDath street for Mr. T D TTptin i bt" 8outh end of house. 193-0 empires, Home, etc.. o.n grant tax exemption to members of [the ancient the civil service under the, new of this vice. Pointing- out! 206-; .agreement for continuation of the an-ihoxv" thc rulers of the world were, in-1 improvement grant by the Do- variabl-v ni rimo tr I Chief of I'olk-e I.ancey of ICdiromon ontry Jiaclufiing thf> required tr has rosiffnort. The trouble was over salarv. 203-6 A homesteader who hat exhausted ROOMS AND BOAKD-Cnmfortabl formed on your proposition. Our property is subdivided into ten acre farms all of which ar- under complete system of irrigation: they are close to town and have everv con- vemence. Prices raiige from per up. one quarter" cash balance over three years. Address all inquiries to The Okanagan Valley land Company WANTED An experienced girl or wo- man for Housework on farm eight miles from Lethbcidge. Will pay good wages, but party must be experienced. None others need apply.. See or write: L. A. FELGER Care of MASON LAND CO. homestead right and cannot ob tain a pre-emption may take A pur i chased homestead in certain districts Price per acre. reside six months in each of three years, cultivate fifty acres %nd n house woHh 1300.00. W.W.OORY. Deputy MiniMtw of tbe Inter publication _j x; nnt i room.- and also board for two three on VVestminster Road, near Eng- Apply 203-6 lish church. Terms moderate Box 19, Herald TO room in mod- ern house, close in. Suitable for two Apply 1st house on Cut- j bill St. off Baroness Rond opposite Ten fig Court, three miles west of Lethbridge, hree gel-dings. One dark bay weigh- ng about'1450 Ibs., branded P left houlder. left hind ankle large.- One light bay branded P loft shoulder weighing about 1450 Ibs.' One light bay weighing about 1500 Ibs.. slick, foundered ou front feet, -somewhat lame, foretop and mane under col- lar .shorn. All in good, condition. Thirty dollars reward for informa- tion that will lead to their recovery of tin: threo. or for any one of them. Xotifv Alta. Bros.. Camrose. the Wells farm. 4 miles south of Stirling, five mares and sevni geldings. Mafes branded LM on left shoulder and geldings ed 7t on left hip. Liberal reward given for information leading to their recovery. Notify A. A. Johnston. Lethbridge, Alta., or L. E. Townsend, Stirling, Alta. 1W-P. NOTICE TO TRAVELLING PUBLIC j Apply Thos. If you want to get to the opera London Road honse on time telephone 143. Our up to date hack? will get vou FOR modern nino-room- j Also first class singing can- St. near 207-1 207-5 information lead- mg to the recovery of one bay geld- ing branded fi on left jaw and one dark bay branded on left flank and AN on right shoulder, weieht horse, weight Ibs., branded lazy C on left shoulder and left thigh, al- so S. G-. on left thigh. Lost north of Lethbridge on the way to Brooks, Alta. Finder kindly notify the Her- ald office.' 196-10 OKAMACAN CENTRE, 8. C. ESTABLISHED (1854 Merchants Bank of Canada! HEAD OFFICE. MONTREAL Paid-up Capital..................... Reserve and Undivided Profits.............. Accounts of Merchants, Farmers and Ranchers Solicited Drafts Money Orders Letters of Credit Savings Bank .Department Branch CoaMtJc Block. St. j gold watch. Illinois. Ladies' LOANS jsize. leather chaic attached, no FARM reward for return to Hermki Insurance Company are prepared to 11 office. 204-6 grnnt ioaos on farms on very able tpnrif T. K. Patteaon. Agent. crescent. brooch. Ownor can have at Herald of- fice by ad. 196-0 NOTICE Dissolution of Partnership NOTICJE is horoby .eixvn that tho i j hewtoforc" existing be- tween Chas. Wnish and E. Pefbles nndea- the finri name "The Western Tinsmithing has dissolved and will hereafter been con- tinued by Chaa. Walsh under the old firm name. (Sgd.) CHAS. WALSH. NOTICE NOTICE is hereby given that T will sell at the hour o'clock p.m. on the 20th Aug. 1909, at the City Pound, near the Isolated the following described animal: Mare: color bay; branded Y