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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 17, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THt LtTHBRIlXJC LAILY HfRALO, TUESDAY, AUGUST 17, Eat in Booths and tie secluded at the Newfngland i Restaurant New Hill Block Electric Fans Good Menu WINTER WHEAT THRESHED ON COCHRANE RANCH Seed Will bt Immediately Seeding Purposes We're Proud of Our Cook So are the people who eat at Fashion FORD STREET Next to Post Office Block Aug. Saturday borne winter wheat was threshed at j the ranch. It was cut some eight days before threshed. It will he used for siding purposes this Jt is generally mentioned that the southern part of this .district Is much Inter than parts near JjCth- bridge. Can anyone jjive earlier iti- sults than this, Mrs. Ellis Heninger returned Magrath last Friday after a slitfrt visit to Cardston. Leslie. Coombs and. Bishop D. E. Harris occupied the time last evad- ing- at the young people's meeting. The principal topic was life in Mex- ico. Both men spoke well, showing a thorough acquaintance with the sub- ject. Wednesday, 11. .Hewitt andj .Miss Pearl Pilling are to be married i at the home of the bride's parents iu Kimball. Miss Pilling is a daughter i of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph j jtfiv itnsi.-Jtti'S." Hewitt will reside ,iu i Aetna. j Bishop Ilamuwr and family return.- j ed from the Watertou Lakes Satur- day afternoon. The bishop looks jmuch improved in health by iho holi-' {day. Tuesday. Aug. .17, Apostles Whit- ney and 'Lymaa. of Salt L-ake City, will arrive .in Cardston. They will visit the Cochrane ranch and Water- iton Lakes and be in. Cardstoo for j the conference, on. Aug. 21 land 22. Justice John Holmes ,is taking .a (holiday. He will be at his accus- tomed place after Thursday. Mrs. Thurza Young is visiting rela- tives and-friends in. Cardston- Her jmany friends arc pleased to welcome Iher Diarrhoea, Dysentery, Summer Complaint, Stomach Cramps, Colic, Cholera Morbus, Cholera Infantum, and a'l Looseness of the Bowels MAY 'T.K AND KFFECTUAI.IA' CU.UKD BY THE OF THAT OU> A3JD STERLING Dr. Fowler's Extract of Wild Strawberry It has u reputation of 60 years' stitadfiif and falls to efttar or curr. There imitations of this remedy on the market- that sell for less per bottle. Dr. Fowler's is 35 so be mire and jjet the, genuine. The cheaper articles may be dangerous to your health. SUMMER COMPLAINT AND D1ARRH03A pr FOWLER, EXT-OF r WILD HIM. GtOROl PirUTFS, Chit., Mv baby OM old took Summer Complaint, and wu no bad u to ptM.t blood, I got ft of Dr. Ur t Extract of Wild on! v had to giro dotM tny baby was cured. My husband had and doaea cured him. I hare nacd it in my family for yean with great, remits and feel tafe ID recommending it to everyone for all kiadi of Summer CompUinta." Manufactured only by The T. Milbirn LuBttwd; Toronto, Out. GOUT MMOTir? SURE THING! Be sure and see us before purchating your outfit. PONT BE MISLED We can give you the Goods at bottom cash prices. Hayr Bros. Phone Box 27 We still serving the usual GOOD MEAL at the GMUMU RESTWNT t They All Say That Hazelwood's Ice Cream 14 x 26 and 14 ft.'high. Buyer muelt? remove- building from ply Box "SOJMfK TENDERS Will receive tenders up till Aug. j 31st for digging a hole 4x5 feet 275 i feet deep to coal. Timbered with 2 inch cedar plank, -with ladder spiked on. West side Section 5-10-22 W. 4. ALEX McWILLlAM, 208-12 Regiha. Box 1163. SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH WEST LAND REGULATIONS A capable general serv- iinf. Mrs. "Geo. B. MacKay, Westmin- ster JJoad 197-O ,td delivir aid in the Duff Addition. the Her- 203-0 WE CAN SELL YOUR LAND Fisher, federal, minister ol agricul- j FOR can sell your land Auy pereon wfto IB sole head oj j !a family, or over 18 yean' or woman for gen- eral housework. Apply Mrs. H. A. Suggitt, Coaldale. j-207-6 ,cure, "will be the speaker. Those who wish to join .the club are 'invited to attend the luncheon, thereby signify-, ing their intention to the secretary. Geo. A. Sornnierrille, general man- In- of the Majiufacturers' Life surance Co., spent the past few i in the city. He was more than de- light-ed with what he saw of.the city. He drove but in the country and it looked good to him there too'. T; E. G. C. McDonald and little Patteson is the local agent of the company. it is known that H. A. j Wright, the enterprising jeweler, has decided to put on another of his bij? sales, the. citizens city and dis- trict will tic once see an opportunity to'b'uy jewelry at a nominal Uuiire. prices that can't beat. We can toba, Saskatchewan or The sell good land from up to applicant must appear in. person at per acre, in any quantity from the Lands Agency_ or 8ub one quarter up to as much as 150 sec- Agency for tions in .one block. Terms, one-tenth proxy may of the purchase price in cash and thejtur of intending homesteader, balance in nine equal annual inetal- months' residence opoi- merits- with interest at .6 -per cent, on j cultivation old, may homestead a quartet-aectiop WANTED" AT cleric. of available Dominion, laud in Main- ooan' Apply-Balmoral" Hotel" 208-0 SITUATIONS A NT ED the b) Be 'made at 'Tiny agencv of the land in eacii -A homesteader ma> Land upstairs in Ott Block, P.O. live within "ot His home" the unpaid balance. The .Empire Of three years. Box 60. Phone 394. 191-0 "position as engineer on threshing engine the coming sea- son. Have had' sis years experi- ence. 0. H. Smith. Lethbridge. "04-6 stead on a farm of at 60 aerei solely owned and occupied by him 01 j TO RENT: you are looking for a by his father, mother, aim. 0-' .1 hrnthpr or sinter. t' fur- snap in, household furniture, etc., al-; brother or sinter. so a shoemaker's Bartlett -Street. outfit, go to 425 daughter Miriam. who have', been Bartlett spending: a four mo'nths' vacation with Ontario rela- [windows, tives. returned yesterday, accorapan; crowded ied by 3tr. McDonald, who went a couple of weeks agro Jvfr. Wright has increased -his staff re- cently and although, he has for two desks in the upper half of the 'If. -Soane Jordan. y of Bat. of the G. P. B- resi- dent efigineer's office, were in the city yesterday seeing about- the laying, of spur track tot the brewery. T. E. PATTESON Office. Oliver Bloclr 387 TWO OF the best Re- V________ in Lethbridge on Glyn Street, close in, each, on easy terms still he finds that ne ia for space. This is :elt all the more since he purchased a large ioankrupt stock, in Eastern Canada. [This stock was bought at an extreme lly low rate and there is much of it lleft from the private sale -held six jwetksago Ki ery article in the store always up for sale at these auc- V tions and even, article is guaranteed. This store has long: ago established a reputation for stocking only high Tbe tmuc for j, ueeiv. Tk-tter early. f -A tMlSS ballivKjra I dancing .at the Caledoni: j ian hall Glrn Si.; "Hours 3 to 7 (Children's class ing-.) -200-6' OF WANTED An 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. certain diatricte a homesteadti in good standing may 'pre-empt quarter-section alongaide --1 hone- stead. Price per acre. Itaftiei. -Must reside abt months in" eaen iif'flix years from date of homeatead entry (including the time tequlrtd to earn homestead patent) nod fifty acres extra. A homesteader who hat homestead right 'and cannot ob- i taiu a pre-emption may take a pm chased homestead in certain distrleta Price per acre. !.reside six months in of i years, cultivate fifty acres 'a house 1300.00. W.W.OOBZ. j Deputy Minister of the Inter.- publieatlv-n c. tbi" will not nace and bath'.aiid fully modernj fine-- ly located. Hatch 'Coons. Oliver L20P-2 ROOM St. To'lef: Apply 1251 Bompas 209-1 TO office ..in'.: 'Ott Block, [mracdiate pogaessiou. Apply W. Ott. 197-6 Household Furniture and Effects MADAM NORMAN Teacher of pianoforte cultim-. Pro-; fessionnl trainiiiGr desired. "Dis-i t-nffagt-d iur evt'ninir HALL. GLYN S iREET. AUGUST at 2 p.m. sharp, by or. L. WILSON, Auctioneer CANADIAN !i> Favored Tritb mstractioDS from the Ovner, who is leaving the City. I j sell at public auction the following list of handsome and useful .HOUSEHOLD F U R N I T U R E 1 oak bed, richly uphol- stered. 1 folding bed lounge, plush cover. 1 iron bed, brass raik. 4 iron beds. -Springs and mattresses. 2 S.O. combination dressers. 3 dresaera and stands. 1 oak writing desk. .1 3-4 bevel mirror 6 ft, high, oak stand. J centre table, mahogany .finish, 1 set Victor Hugo's works, 10 vol. 1 oak record cabinet. 1 oak extending table. 1 oak" sideboard. 1 hall rack. 4 oak diners, leather seat. 2 oak arm diners. 2 mission oak red leather. rockers upholstered 1 New Home sewing machine drop head. 6 1 baby buggy. 15 yds. stair carpet. 2 beautiful carpet squares. 1 S-holo Stewart range, high closfct, reservoir. 1 4 stost: with water front. 1 oak heater. 1 laundry stove. 2 tables. Quantity linoleum. 17 white t 10 pr. pillows. 10 pr. bl.irrkets. 5 linen table Tablo Also toilet sets, dishes, kitchen utensils, tools., galv; water barrols and many other articles. Owing'to the'quantity and variety of the above effects T am obliged to secure Labor Hall for this Sale. Goods on view morning of Sale. Terms Cash. Ko reserve. W L. WILSON, Auctioneer AUCTIONEER IW. Office cor. Glyn and Ford to IDROITD Tickets Sale mem iia tfl iwmu 5th Final return limit SEPTEMBER 24th Transit liuiit ten dnys in each direction. For full particulars apply to nearest agent, or to J. E. PROCTOR, District Passenger Agent, WANTE and Helpers Apply to T. M. EVANS. Die Alberta Railway and Irrigation Co. LETH8RJOGE. FimTISRED .let in.new ply Jones.' Eound on south St. third''.house from side of Brnnton 199-0 TiOOMS TO and wash month.. Apply ;1Mrs.--_C.. JVL "Holland, at Bridge. 202-Ox.. for one or two gen- modern. >v.- 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 vsfe family. Write to board in pri- Box 5. Herald ......-207-6 MISCEUCANEOU8 HHOTOORABHER'S sale at'a bargain.. Sac 10, camera with 5x7 and1 4 ir5V e developing traya, ,for work. Whole outfit for Suitable' for professional work. Apply J, P.O. Box 448. 309-5; wants all Lniperial quart 'bottles. Will huy once "-a" and harness or democrat wag- 011. v Apply, CratiS, St. near Ihiffer- in. BICYCLE a good second-hand bicycle. Apply to Box Herald Office. 203-0 LOST certificate of the' along with other official Capers in a large envelope. Lost in coulee behind C- -F. P. Gonybeare's -enclosure. re- ward for return to Herald office. Monday, one bay mare, branded BS on right thigh and plus sign over- 13'on the ahoulder. Heavy mane and tail." A little flat at TOot of tail. reward given for recov- Apply Box jlO, Herald office. 04-6 Imperial guart bottles all Highest reward for return. the" Pagnuelo Wine and Spirit Co., St 30G-6 Sorrel branded FE on leit hip. White strip on face. Brand not plain. .Weight about 960. Five dollars reward for recovery of kn'imal. Apply to H. F. Wi'ken, Grassy Lake. Monday, one bay man, branded B S on right thigh and on the. shoulder. Heavy main and tall. A little flat at root or tail. reward given for recovery. Apply Box 10. Heraid Office. 204MS TO front unfurnished rooms, fully modern house. Also furnished rooms, fully modern Apply Mrs. Nield, 526 .Bartkat St. I for one or two sen- Ukmon. No. 10 Arjrylo Avc. 208-6 TO roomc-d house on Bruntou St. Apply A. L.3. Ripley. BOARD AND ROOM and board, in the vicinity of the Citizen's Lumber Co., .between there and the square, by young1 man of good habits and best referenct-s. Address J.Z.K.. c-o Her- ald. 209-2 and room in quiet privat-ft homft by.young: man. Box 225. 209-Ox LOST.OR halter and 100 feet chain taken from, cow belong- ing to "T.' HI' Finder wpl please return .to J. H. Wallace, Bur- clfttt St. 19S-0 April 1st from our camp'throe miles west of Lethbridge. throe, irekJIng.s. One dark bay -weigh- ing about 3450 Ibs.. branded P left, shoulder, left-hind.'ankle large. One light bay branded -P left shoulder, weighing about 1450 Ibs. One light bay weighing about 1500 slick, foundered on front feet, somewhat Lime, foretop and mane under col- lar shorn. All 'in good condition. Thirty dollars reward for informa- tion that, will lead to their recovery of the- three, or for any one of them. Notifv Janse Bros., 'Alta. Camrose. 200-30 gold watch, Illinois, ladles' size, leather chain attactood, no tal. f5 reward for return to Herald office. 304-ft ESTABLfSHED }1854 HEAD OFFICE. MONTREAL Paid-up Itesen-e Undivided Accounts Merchants, Farmers and Ranchers Solicited Drafts Money Orders Letters of Savings Bank Oiepartment Branch Block, St. I i NOTICE Of Dissolution of Partnership NOTICE is hereby given that the partnership heretofore subsisting be- tween us, the undersigned, under the name of "The Weber Realty Com- pany" in the City of Lethbridge in Province of Albcrtn, hus this day been dissolved by mutual wn- sont. All debts owing to the said Partner-i are to be paid to William Henry i at, Lethbridge aforesaid and i all claims against the said Partner- ship are be presented to the said William Henry Weber, by -whom same will be settled. -DATED at Lcthbridce this '27th day of July A.D. WM. H. WEBER, 20S-G ,T. A. BLAIR. j return of four j mares .branded LM on left shoulder, j and seven geldings branded 7L on left hip. Notify -A. A. Johnston, Lethbridge, Altai 20S-0 to my place ST.E. 1-4 Sec. 23, Township S, Range 22, on August 15, one dark red cow branded monogram HY on right hip also branded on right side. Owner will please pay expenses and remove the animal. John B. Allan. 206-6- FOUND Pearl crescent brooch. Owner can have same fice by. paying for ad. at Herald of- 196-0 FOTJN large Key, initials CUT ire R. L. Call at Herald Office. 309-O ;