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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 16, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta IMC LiTMiRIUUC CAltY HIRALO, MONDAY, AUGUST PfN. Working Men: Attention! Read the Following Carefully XA amali payment will secure a Lot in what going the bert reiidentitl of Lethbridgo A beatitiful park will be At your doors Make au effort to the owner of your Houie and Lot before the rapid increase in values prohibits you from doing BO The lots are situated close to the Fair Grounds (the City's the price from fllO each, and the terms down and a month T t Call and see the Blue Print aud let me talk the matter over with you. and don't leave it too long. FERNIE'S NEW OPERA HOUSE w I i Fvrnie, Aug. J. A. Van manager of the Twin City Sconic Co. Minneapolis, paid Fornie a visit in company with his sister Mrs. and Miss '.Lennott enjoying a pleasure trip with Golden West Realty Co. I District News MACLEOD (from The Advertiser) Acting Mayor ht-ld up .the council grant of to the cricket tcum and will not Wie" to'the" A. Y. P. at Sc- uttle. Mr. Van Wic is well known throughout the west his firm having hiraistood .the..scenery for nearly every opera house or little from the Twin Cities to the coast. lie is combining pleasure und busi- ness .this time and stayed oft a day here to personally superintend the de- livery to the management ot the new -Miners' TJnion Opera house a full set of stock .scenery for Fernie's first really equipped stage. Mr. Van Wie was well pleased with the stage arrangements of our new jplay house and says it compares fa- jvorably with the hest houses in the western country. There is sufficient height and ample room to handle any special scenery until advised that he uiuy by the town solicitor. Many protests, both against the grant and jigainst failure to pay the money, were registered. It is only fair to the' Cricket Club to say that the proposed grant from the town council is not to be expend- ed, in any for the entertain- ment of visiting teams or payers. The money is intended to promote the game in Macleod, id purchase paraphernalia and for the payment of legitimate expenses that may -be in- curred. Landlord Vt. H. Atkins has _pur- I chased the American Hotel and the final-papers, it is expected, will be passed in a few days. He buys of F. DAVID KING, Manager 410, Round Strict WARNER __ Warner, Aug. number of War ner people attended the Lethbridce vy. H. Soice has sold his stock of merchandise to a Mr. Grady. Mr. j Soice is" thinking of moving onto his farm near The new merchant is now busy at the store. While out at his homestead a few ago, Mr. Sarbury had the mis- fortune to have an arm broken, which is pretty'hard luck at this time as he ie -busy building. Warner school starts next Monday with our, former teacher Mr. Kenny again principal. The school house has been nicely cleaned and is now ready for occupancy. There should be a good attendance. Mr. James Thompson has sold out his implement business to a Mr. Mc- "Kenzie. Mr. Thompson ia one of War- ner's oldest residents and intends staying aere as he still owns his nice1 residence prop'erty. One can tell that" crops are fine around here, not by asking questions, but just by wearing the P.- C. and the price Paid is carried bv any travelling troupe. All This is a round sum for the 'property several others had their eyes on it and Mr. Atkins took it. Mr. Atkins has been in control of the American for eleven years now and his many friends will be to learn that he will stick to the old stand. all the Engineer Arnold, of by the town council .to fix the the scenery will be handled by the Ipft rigging system, thus adding-very materially to phe staging and stage room. The scc-nery delivered to the opera P? SURE THING! Be sure aud see us before purchasiug yeur outfit. PONT BE MISLED We can give you the Goods at bottom cash prices. Hayr Bros. Phone 75 Box 27 Mutt M have to icM tr .it rial it it ifcto II wut tut tfcte for SI SITUATION! VACANT stenographer with some knowledge oi book-keeping. Ad- dress Box O.K., c-o Herald. 906-0 local agents .to sell Industrial aud Ordinary Insurance. Experienced canvassers desired. Good money for right, men. P.O. Box 476. 206-6 men, miners and other help wanted at the Royal Col- lieries. 204-6 At Laundry work. Apply Lethbridge Laundry Co. 184-0 seeing iliat does not come A party oi Wanyr young people- P i spent Friday evening- at the, Raines of town. 'Mrs. Rain.es Mofldav> AU wlw ultended the partr, ycty plMgailt tilne. HARVEST IN FULL BLAST AT BUROETT, ALTA. Burdett, Aug. Olson is cutting ninety acres of oats, estimat- ed to yield 100 bushels to the acre. Wm. Donaldson is harvesting 60 acres of spring wheat. Good-judges say it will yield -forty bush els. to the r I Frank Clarrk starts harvesting 140 j acres of oats and spring wheat, have nto seen any as good in. al travels in Alberta. acre. street-grades, preparatorv to proceed- house here consists of a high asbestos drop, guaranteed to stand jam- test, -and decorated with.'a beau- tiful silvery birch scene. An. act curtain w'.fch a full set of PHOPCftTV tAlC FOft snap. Furnished house, and two lots on Burdett St. Block- 80, Duff Addi'icn. Apply on k ,v i v-jfj T FOR SALE OR rooawxi house, stable, hay shed, large thicken house on River bottom new new- bridge. Best place in town for keep- ing cows and chickens. Price easy terms. Price cash. per month rent. H. Proctor, nsar the A. R. I. Shops. 184-0 FOR Remington typo- writer with tabulator, at a bargain. Apply Citizens Lumber yard. 187-O FOR Stable, must4 be moved from property. Apply Geo. W. Whel- en, Lethbridge Woollen Co. FOR SALE A new seven roomed fully modern house on Ooutw near new Central School. .Apply P. MacMurphy, Mgr. South Alberta Lum bt-r Co., Phone 225. MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE. AUTOMOBILE FOR powered 1 cylinder 5 passenger nearly new. Will be sold cheap lor cash or exchanged for Lethbridge real estate, bridge. A'ddress Box 1325. Letb- 306-6 program of town im-i foliage scenery: a rocky pass scene. Hamel has 100 acres of flax that measures 31 inches high. Da- kota flax experts, say they seen as good. Estimated, yi bushel provements voted by the citizens of ttFacleod, has settled down to busi- ness without delay, w party of four men. began work a few days ago and will" keep on at it until all the data have been secured on. the prellrninary surveys. After the field work has been completed the plans and specifi- cations called for will be prepared. This will be encouraging news to the Miacleod people who want to see sub- stantial headway made on tile pro- gram this season. Miss Graham, recently a teacher in the Macleod schools, has accepted ,ft position in Broadview, Sask. Dr. J. W. Kemp, who has Leon Tisit in. Macleod. returned to his-home Wfc w. Swift Current, Sask., Wednesday. L. A. Hutton has decided to accept the .position of inspector on the C.P. R.'s new wireless train despatching AUCTION system. He will- probably make Ms home in Calgary. The firm of Becher Hutton will go out of business and the town be looked to to attend to all electric light wiring, etc. street, parlor, prison and kitchen sets with all required accessories to make them complete and varied make up the set. The counter-balance weight system will be used with.'the handling- of the bip asbestos The city police made another ar- rest today, this time taking into cus- tody Charles Steevens, who is cbarg- i ed with taking goods from the C, P. R. sheds. to the time of writing no clue has been found to the parties who so successfully cracked the safe in tfee G-. N. station yesterday morning. LUMBER BURNED East Angus, Que., Aug. feet of lumber belonging to R. B. Bishop and two new tenant hous- es were destroyed by fire -at Robert- son station on the Quebec Central railway yesterday. The loss is es- timated at It was caused by smoking cigarettes along the lumber piles. will be re- ceived by the undersigned in writ- ing from young ladies desirous of CHEAP cash.' Home- acting as pupil assistants to the Kin-j steader or" bachelor's outfit. Apply dergarten Director Lethbndge schools. _ _ ._ No salary attached, must be able S. F. Hills, Biver Bottom. 207.0- use piano. G. iJ. Bowman, tary. 18S-0 TENDERS WANTED SEALED TENDERS will be receiv- ed by the undersigned until 5 o'clock p.m. Tuesday Aug. 17., 1909, for the erection of a residence building on Re4path street for Mr. T. D. Kevin. The loweat or any tender not neces- sarily accepted. JAMES 20G-3 A. MACDONALD. Architect. WIRELESS MESSAGES BE- TWEEN FRANCE AND CANADA Paris, ug. messages from New Tork are received or in- for rural school, Kasimir School District vNo. 1981. Must Have second class certificate, salary per month. Apply A. G. Buklinger, Sundial, Altn. 196-O capable general serv- ant. Mrs. Geo. B. MacKay. Westmin- Uoad. 197-0 good general servant. Apply Mrs Hedpath St. K. D. Johnston, 1230 to deliver the Her- ald in the Duff Addition. 203-O or woman eral housework. Apply Mrs. Suggitt, Coaldale. H. A. 207-6 WANTED AT Apply Balmoral Hotel. clerk. 206-O Geo. Hoagland sold eleven thou--r Constable Sawley, R.X.W.M.P.. who sand acres of land to a party of performed the thankless task of pa-j landers. trolling the race track at the fair fercepted daily by the military sta- tion on Effel Tower and occasionally radio telegrams have also been re- ceived from Canada which is believ-! ed to establish a record in wireless SITUATIONS WANTED telegraphy. SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH WEST LAND REGULATION! t A ay person wtto 18 sole head 01 a family, or any male over 18 yean AT 1102. FOKD STREET Tuesday, August 17th At 2 O'clock FRANK G. Burdett is booming. There are -over twenty new buildings to go up in .the next thirty days. The1' Lutherans -will start- on their new building next Wednesday. to cost upwards of Mrs. Hbag- land gave three lots and Mr! Hoagland gave them Burdett wil hiive a two fair _ i in ts favored with instructions from steam Burdens new thirty roomed hoted j will be open for business some time Everv room wil be Mr. T. Tarbath. who is leaving the i Thc Burdett Coal C-o. will start on city, to Sell by Public Auction on; their coal shaft next Monday. This my premises as a quantity; much for Burdett. n i Ernil Christianson is a Tiserai _, t I nice four-roomed cottage. Household Furniture wm urhc in i North Dakota. aud effects, including 2 Dressers l Mr. Geo. Hoagl.ind has just retnrn- Stands, Princess Dresser. 4J fd from.a trip in ihevnorth country. brass mounted Beds, Springs and j He we.fair, but ;.hey don't AT i. i T i compare with South Alberta's crops. Mattresses, bideboards. extending: Ar rr- r> i m i T is in Toronto buying Draing Table.; Parlor Tables, tou thousand doUar stock oi mcr- Chairs, Kitchen Chairs; Gook-.'i chandise. for lu's store. ing Range. Heating Stoves, etc. There are over 1000 homestead and (.TOoVle on view morning of sale I'preemptions south of Burdett. Burr 1 dett is neatest point to the south j country. Our new livery man is kept Frank G locatin? people. Burdett is to have'a newspa -Auctioneer Office, 410, Eoiirtl Street. Gitv Telephone 26] last week and who bad at least one I tussle vrith a spectator who wished j to remain on the wrong side of the j fence, in opposition to the official de- cree, has purchased his discharga from the Xorcc and will settle down on his fine ranch near'Canton. Constable Sawley was the best shot on the force and one of its strongest and most fearless members. The R. JST. W. 31. P. loses a good man by his retirement and "Santon gains a first class citizen. Corporal. P. JDcykin, for six years in tho Moiinted Police, gets his dis- charge by reason of ill health. Clerk Amen, in Tnsixsctor ofGce, will purchase his discharge this week and take to ranching. T. E. PATTESON Office, Oliver Block. Phone S87. old, may homestead a iof available Dominion land in Hani- soba, Saskatchewnn or Alberta. Thi must appear "in person the- Donynioa tands Agency or Sub- for the dUtriet. bj T0 position as engineer on threshing engine the coming sea- son. Have had six yearn' experi- ence. 0. H. Smith. Lethbridge. 04-6 TO HEIR. TO and room for three. A double room and a single. Home fully modern and close in. Apply 210 Coutts St., south end of house. 193-0 Cia33 aiabie. suit- proxy may be made at any able {or four teamg o{ horseSi BLAIRMORE NOTES Blairmore, Axur. F, Sick, TWO OF the Re- sidential Lots in Lethbridge on Glyn Street, close in, each, on easy terms spaper an about ten days, and edited, :by Mclntyre. It will be called the Square Deal. AUCTION SALE brewer of Lethbridso, is in twn in connection -with the Blairmore vuter worte Co. Ltd., of which company Ke i? .president.' The shares were opened for sale by Mr, Go'ok. yester- day and, are selling well, Iwing a splendid T. Hinds, the station ageui here at last succeeded in obtaining an .assistant in the name oi Stance Boyle resided in Blairmore for some His brother is station j v'Hjrent''at Graniim. This is another! sum of the vav in which this town is i growing. Dan White has moved into hi.-? new I residence on State Street. WANTED An experienced girl or wo- man for Housework on farm eight miles from Lethbridge. Will pay good wages, but party must be experienced. None others need apply.. See or write! L. A. FELGER Care of MASON LAND CO. tier oi intending months1 npor and cultivation of the land in. of three years. A homesteader may lire within "nine miles of His home stead on a farm of at aerei solely owned and occupied by him OT by his father, mother, son, daugbter brother or siater. In certain districts a homesteads fn good standing may pre-empt quarter-section alongside his I-Stead. Price per acre. Duties i reside sbc months in i of six years from dale of homestead i entry (including the time required tc j earn" homestead patent) and i fifty acres extra. a hay loft, overhead. If you are interested in securing good stab- ling for your horses, cull at No. 1231 Bompas St. any evening after 6 o'- clock for particulars. Box 605, city. Win. v. Taylor, i i TO office in Ott Block. Immediate possession. Apply W. Ott. 197-0 FURNISHED EOOMS-to let, in new modern house. Term? moderate. Ap- ply Mrs. Jones, third house from on south side of Bruhton Round St. JOO-0 A homesteader who hae exhaoetea j ROOMS TO and wash homestead right and cannot ob tain pre-emption may take a pm chased homestead ia certain Price per acre. Must j reside aix months in- each ol thret (years, cultivate fifty acres and erec'. i a house worth Deputy Minister of the Inier Unauthoried publieatbii thn advertiseirsnt wiil not D for; Household Furniture and Effects .At the LABOR HALL. GLYN STREET, on WEDNESDAY; AUGUST I8tn. at 2 p.m. sharp, by W._ L. WILSON, Auctioneer Favored with instructions from the Owner, who is leaving the City. I will se.0 at public auction the following list of handsome and useful HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE 1 oak Davenport bed, richly uphol- stered.. 1 folding bed lounge, plush cover. I 1 iron bed, brass rails. 4 iron beds. Springs arid mattresses. j 2 S.C. combination dressers. i dressers and'stands. .1 oak writing desk. v i 1 3-3 bevel mirror 6 ft. high, oak j stand. 1 centre table, mahogany finish. 1 set Victor Hugo's works, JO vol. j 1 oak record cabinet. j 1 oak extending table. 1 oa.lt sideboard. j 1 hall rack. 1 4 osk dinsrs, leather seat. 2 oak arm diners. 2 mission oak rockers upholstered rn red leather. '1 Sew'Home sewir.g head. 6 blinds. 1 baby buggy. 15 .yds. stair carpet. j 2 beautiful carpet squares. j i 6-holo Stewart range, high closet, reservoir. 14 holo stove -with water front, j I oak heater. j l laundry stove. i kitchen tables. Quantity linoleum. 17 white sheets. 10 pr. pillows. 10 pr. blankets. 5 linen table cloths. Table napluns. f Also toilet sets., dishes, kitchen utensils, garden tools, galv. water barrels and many other articles. ?s on the- Pelletier subdivision will shortly be ready for occupation. Frayer and Sinclair have the contract. i- painters are busy on Mr. Edejs i largr-. new store on Victoria street. Mr. Ede has already moved into the port-ion he retained as an office forj himself. Drr. ot Fincher Creek has faenn visiting the Pas? this week. Mr. Fanner has" entirely recovered I from his full which he had from his horse two weeks previously. H. Lyon, the is having) one hundred rfew lock boxes installed by Soptember 1st. to the quantity and variety of the above effects I am obliged to secure the Labor Hall for this Sale, (roods on new morning of Terms .-Cash. JTo reaerre. W L. WILSON, Auctioneer AUCTIONEER Phone IM. Office cor. Glyn and Ford BOW ISLAND TOWNSITE SALE Lethb'ridge, Avg. 16. j .Editor .Lethbridge Herald j regret to have to state that in. connection with the auction sale of town lots at Bow Island on Thursday next, Aug. 19, we are un.- j able" to run the special excursion train as annoxmced in the advertise- merit appearing in your daily paper, as the C. P. R. is not able to fur- nish the coaches. Parties to attend the sale will, therefore.' re- quire to travel by the train leaving LethDTKlgc at 12.35 a.m. Tmsunj? the public will a.ccept this announce- ment and come to the sale, which will be held as advcitisod. Yours truly, WADDELT, WANTED Bridge Carpenters and Helpers Apply to T. M. EVANS. The Alberta Railway and irrigation Co. LETHBRIDGE. ing a month. Apply Mrs. G. M. Holland, at the end of C.P.R. Bridge. IAND FOR SALE ONE land 1C miles r northeast oi Warner. Will .sell cheap if equity is paid in cash or will make terms price. W., c-o Weber Realty Co., Leth-" bridge. 203-6 WE CAN SELL YOUR LAND FOR We can sell your land at prices that can't lie beat. We can sell you good land from up to per acre, in any quantity from one quarter ui> to as much 160 flec- tions in one Terms, one-tenth of the purchase price in cash and balance in nine equal annual instal- ments with interest at 6 per- cent, on the unpaid balance., Empire Land Co., upstairs in Ott Block. P.O., Box 60. Phone 394. 191-O KOR SALE OR .TKADE-rA good sec- ond hand McConnick binder in good, running I will Bell cheap lor cash or trade for a horse, 'etc. to Martin Boyeon, Stirling. Applf 907-8 MISCELLANEOUS wants all your Imperial quart 'bottljBS. Will pay highest'prices, 407 Ford 305-6 -buy at once a horse, buggy and harness "or democrat wag- on. Apply 330 Crabb St. near Buffer- in. s BICYCLE good- second-hand bicycle. Apply to Box T.E.M., Herald Office. 203-O LOST Monday, one- bay; mare, branded BS on right thigh and plus sign over 12 on the shoulder. 'Heavy mane and tail. A -little flat" at root of tail. reward given for'recov- ery. Apply Box 10, Herald office. 04-6 quart pf all kinds. .HigHyst reward for return to the Pagnuelo Wine a.nd Spirit Co., Ford, St. 306-6 pony, branded FE on left hip. White strip on iace.. Brand not very plain. Weight about 960. Five dollars reward for recovory of animal. Apply to H. F. Wiken, Grassy Lake. two younp men in fur- nislied tent, 2 minutes from city square, nice locality, each. Ap- pu Comfort, c-o Herald. 203-6 TO voo.-n3 in mod- ern house, Eate per month. Ap- j ply C.; Eckberg, Fisher St., beside Monday, one bay inafw, branded B S on right thigh apd oa the shoulder. Heavy main and tail. A little flat at root of tail. reward given for recovery. Apply iBox 10, Herald Office. Adam's boarding house. 203-6 ROOMS AND rooms and also board for two or three on Westminster'Road, near Eng- lish church. Terms moderate'. Apply Box 19. Herald office. -203-6 TO room in mod- ern" house, close in. Suitable lor two gentlemen. Apply 1st house on Cut- bill St. "off Baroness Road opposite Tennis Court. 206-0 and hoard in pri- vate family. office. Write to Box 5, Herald 207-6 TO front rooms, fullv modern 1 unfurnished >nse. Also furnished rooms, fully modern Apply Mrs. Nieln, 526 Bartlett St. for one or two gen- tlemen. No. 10 Argyle Ave. 208-6 TO roomed house on Brunton St. Apply A.