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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 17, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald, Wednesday, August AUCTION SALE On Thursday next, August 18th At their Sale Rooms, SMITH ST. (Rear of Dallas Hotd) AT 2 O'CLOCK PROMPT THE WADDINGTOX-STUCKEY CO. will sell by public auction as above, a large quantity of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE Removed for convenience of sale from various residences including 8 nearly new Dressers and Stands, Brass Mounted Beds: Springs and Mattresses, Buffets, Sideboards, Dining Chairs, Din- ing Tables. Cheffoniers, Cooking and Heating Stoves, Carpets, Lin- oleums and other items too numerous to mention. A prompt at- tendance requested. On view day prior to sale. An Oxbridge Cabinet Organ in excellent condition. Phones: 426, 469 and 681. Office: Round St. JJ The University of Alberta Courses Offered In to B. A. and B. Sc. degrees. APPLIED to B. Sc. degree. MATRICULATION Wednesday, Sep- tember 21st. REG8STRAT1ON AND September 2Sth. _j Application for the September Matriculation Examination should be made before September 1st. For application forms, cal- endars, and full information, apply to THE REGISTRAR, Strathcona, Alta. OUR LETTER BOX. BELIEVES !N FOSTER Cowley, Aug. 10. The Editor Lethbridge Herald. of dollars misfht I have been saved to this country this i year by those who could have irrigat- ed their land, if they had regarded the forecasts of Foster, winch appear i weekly in the Free Press, and can be obtained a month ahead, or longer, j from Prof. Foster at Washington; as i he has foretold this drought; from the i beginning of the year and dealt with j it every week and month. Last fall he toid us of the mild winter to come, aad every little daily change of weath-1 er is given us accurately a month or so ahead. I have no object in adver- tising his skill beyond wishing my country to get the benefit of it Yours truly, F. W. GODSAL. A SERVANT GIRL'S UNION Lethbridge, Aug. 15. Editor Lethbridge Herald. so much is being said in reference to Woman's Rights, I j would like to express my opinion of a different subject, viz: The Ser- vant Problem. Being a worker my- self, I can speak irom experience in saying that girls working in private service, have not the same -advantage as other branches of livelihood. Why cannot servants have a Union, a set i wage, and certain hours, as well as Let a Herald Want Ad. Work For You and You Will Find It the Best Little Servant You Ever Had In Employ CUT GLASS As a gift to the bride Cut Glass is always appropriate and pleasing. Our glass is made from clear crystal, beautifully cut and brilliantly polished, and we have some exceptionally handsome designs. Let us suggest a few prices: Water Pitchers, to Bowls, S in., S4.50 up. Butter Plates, S2 to Bon Bons, to Conports, S4 to S15. Nappies. to ?10. Cream and Sugar, -to ?16. Olive Dishes, 52 to 57.50. Spoon Trars, Vases, 51.50 to We will be pleased to show you these when you call, E.A.EWERT JEWELER, Round St. WRITES WITH PEN IN TEETH IHIGH RIVER I DISTRICT jjj waitresses, bookkeepers and others. Many girls work from early morning 1 until late in the evening and have a I paltry sum paid monthly, barely j enough to clothe nicely, while in oth- i er branches from 30 to 50 dollars a 1 month are paid. Now girls, think I: I over, and see if you do not think my plan a good one. Let us try to form i a Union and set a sensible and i be as independent, also protected the i same as any other of work- A Postcard sent to the undersigned asking him to call with Pure Milk and Cream will be promptly attended to A sanitary dairy has been fitted up, and one call will make yon a satisfied customer E. PELTIER Box 1867 Lethbridse 25 cents per insertion when not exceeding1 35 words 6 insertions Please Pay in Advance J TO RENT FOR offices to rent in the Post Office Block, and each per month, including light and heat. Apply J. D. Higinbotham. 201-0 LOST AND FOUND SITUATIONS VACANT brown mare, agec1 6. years, branded D reversed C on left hip. Running with an Indian cayuse with a colt, reward for return to Leth bridge Brewery. 204-0 JFOR Store in flourishing min- Nest liue WANTED-A competenT-fiouEemaid. Apply Mrs. Mewburn, fa Armstrong, New Michel, B. C. general servant work at Frank. Wages for! per 204-6 gelding, no -brand, white stripe on face, weight abput Last seen near Wilson Siding. reward for return to W. D. Whitney's gold nugget on a small cnain 3 _. V j month. Apply 537 Ernest St. 200-0 the fair grounds eral re aid office. A Wednesday. male stenographer for the superintendent's office Koyal North West Mounted Police, Macleod. For particulars apply Officer Commanding R.N.W.M. Police, Lethbridse. 199-12 TO furnished room for gentlemen, modern house, telephone, etc. Apply 425 Bartlett St> 194-0 TO airy room suitable for 2 gentlemen, modern convenienc- es and close in. Apply 622 Cutbill 191-ox 204'6 WANTED-Porter fortnight work. AP; RENT-Nicely furnished bed room suitable for two; half block south of bird on wing in centre, set with Pearls. Finder please return -to 1208 Ford .St. and receive reward. horses, one blind mare class dining room girl. Wages per month. Apply Coleman Hotel, Coleman, Alta. 202-9 at once; The Lethbridge Iron Works. 203-0 competent girl for gen- on right jaw and the other eral housework. Apply 1317 a sorrel horse branded Hx over hori- zontal Hx. Four feet white and white head. Return to T. 13, R. IS, S.JO, small famny. N.W. 1-4 or P.O. Box 511. 205-6 Miss E. Cora Hind in a report to ers- I the Winnipeg Free Press of crops in' the High River district says: High River shipped last year bushels of grain, of which seven- ty-five per cent, was oats. There is in store now in the elevators about l'6'.OOO .bushels of wheat and bushels of oats, and bushels Yours for equal rights amongst ser- vants. VIOLET BERESFORD DESTROY THE WEEDS Editor of the Herald. we le? the weeds grow? of oats are known to be still in the j We find in Elevators and other con- home bins of the farmers of the dis- j spicuous places notices to farmers and trict, individual holdings being as high others, not to allow noxious weeds to as 26.000 bushels. j go to seed, and so far that is good. This, ,as well as the year 1901. has 1 noc seem to be en- hit High River hard, as in addition Right here in the city of Leth- to the drouth lasting over a'year, and bridge there are enough Canadian this- which has only just been broken, the >ties to seed to sow tido country district was caught by frost in the lat- for around. Many of are Portland Ms- Without Hands at the Registration Booth Portland, Aug. registration clerks at the courthouse were busy tilling out registration cards for vot- ers this afternoon when a voter setp- ped to the counter, drew a pen toward him with Ms nose an-d picking it up in his teeth dipped it in the ink and proceeded to write his name, W. A. Zimbrieks. His arms hung behind the counter and the clerks did not see at first that he had'no hands, but when he placed the hooks that served as hands upon the counter to hold the card they understood. But them were none the less aston- ished Ulan they were at first, for Zimbricks wrote a fairly good 'hand' with his mouth, and could "sling the IflF" faster than the average penman. {CAN.NON NOT AFTER I SPEAKERSHIP AGAIN' ter part of July, just as winter wheat j to now aad aje as like- was passing into the dough stage and I 'to 10 miles as one if the wind while much of the spring wheat was and it blows some in this coun- still in the milk, with the result that j trT at times. Now it seems to me 'in a. motor run of over fifty miles 1 {Jt not be hard to keep them found only one field that would grade higher than No. 4, and very many that would go under that Owing to the opening of new elevators, considerable of the territory formerly tributary to j High River is cut off this year, but in the four townships now marketing from seeding anyway. They are to be found in gardens and on vacant lots in many parts of the city, and they are shortly going do a whole lot of mischief if not destroyed at once, not only to the town but the farming country around us. It is a ONCE OUR CAKES ARE INTRODUCED in. a home they are sure of a warm welcome thereafter, SAME WITH OUR PIES and your house will prove no ex- ception to the rule, we are sure. TAKE A REST FROM BAKING during the remainder ef the summer and serve our cakes, pies, etc., on your table. You -won't find any- body complaining of the .change. City Bakery Ford St. Beside Fii e Hall Phone 1181 competent servant for Apply 542 Bartletit St. 206-0 watch and chain between BarLlett St and Exhibition Grounds on Friday morning, Aug. 12. Finder re- hand writin turn -tc Herald Office pr 431 Bartlett j a St and receive regard. 205-6 clerk with know- ledge of book keeping. Apply in own 671, Lethbridge P. 206-0 Friday morning, a light colored tan suit case with double buc- kle straps, containing clothes and let- ters, etc. Leave at Palace Livery Barn. Reward given. 20S-2 good general servant. Apply Nursing Mission, 530 Bartlett St. 207-0 servants for town and country- Apply Y. W. C. T. IL 207-c for general ho.use- to go on ranch -twelve miles Apply 536 the party who took the valise contaiag the third class engi-jfrom town. Small family. neers license belonging to W. E. Bu- j gartiett St. chanan, return same to him at Kipp. Alberta. 20S-6 Central school, 623 Coutts St. Ox WAREHOUSE FOR Western Canada Agency property, back of Dallas Hotel, spur track. W. R. Dobbin, 310 Glyn St. 172-O FOR room for rent. W. R. Dobbin, 310 Glyn St. 172-O TO rooms, largi, double to rent, Majestic theatre. Apn ply Mrs. H. Cleveland, on 97-d TO' opposite Herald office on Crabb St., formerly occupied by Empire Cafe. Apply McClure Stewart Agency. 146-0 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 LAND FOR SALE FRUIT LAND FOR acres Crescent Broach on Sunday evening between Crabb St. and Pres. Church, one pearl missing.. Finder please return to Herald office 1 Deer Park, SO acres, and receive reward. 20S-2 FOR for rent suit- able for garage or machine shop. Ap- Ply E- Cunningham, Rogers Cun- ningham Lbr. Co. 202-O TO two room shack and stable. Close in. Apply 1st-house east of Windsor Hotel. 205-6 considered OFFICES TO LET-In Sherlock Bidg. Free janitoring. 205-6 Sunday, Aug. 14, dark frontage. Must sell at once owing to ill-health. Apply to Chas. Swartzen- brown gelding, weight abou-c j hauer Park or to H. Henderson age about 12 years, long mane and Rosslandj B. c. tail. No brand. Small wnite saddle! TO Duff Ad- dition. per month. Apply The H. Macbeth Agency. Sherlock Bldg. '05-6 201-121 TO roomed fully modern marks. Suitable reward for informa- FOR SALE OR tion or return u ber. Alta. wa -U o, acres .He shores 209-6 Tuesday morning a weight to leader for 'tying horse, inder wil" be rewarded by leaving same at the store of the Terrill Floral Co. 209-t 'of beautiful Kootenay Lake in the heart of -the famous Kaslo fruit dis- trict Water right: (fine mountain stream) also water piped under pres- house 1263 Bompas St. 350. Apply Phone 206-6 TO large double -front bedroom, suitable for three ladies. or gentlemen, or sitting room and bed- room for married co.uple. All modern MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE sure for general purposes. Six acres i conveniences. 1101 Ford St. 206-G cleared; acre fine orchard bearing; al- {TO sood furnished rooms so all small fruits. Two acres used with use of pQOne per month each. i for nursery past three years. Firs: Crabb St. 1 land selected in the district and the FOR hay in carload lots., _. school, church and post-office within 206-6 TO furnished room in new modern house. Breakfast or full board if desired. Apply 719 Crabb St. 206-G FOR front room, FOR wheat seed, Alberta j half a-mile; ideal home and climate Rea. H. E. Miebach, Monarch, Alta. j and most prof stable industry on earth, j use of parlor and piano. Suitable 207-6 here there was in crop this spring be-1 most persistent weed, that spreads tween and 34.000 acres. Of this acreage fully two-thirds has never come, or will be cut for green feed on- ly. Conditions are such as not to war- rant any estimate of average yield, or of amount to be marketed. There is a fair crop of native hay, though the quality- is poor. As there are large numbers of both cattle and horses in the district all feed has a very distinct money value. very rapidly from the root as well as the seed. I know some sections of the country back East that is near- ly ruined by this same pest So let us look out and -destroy these at once. A. C. CLAGIN. Pool Cigars acco LEFT DEATH-BED BRIDE A mum Big Jim Kennedy Was a Thrifty Sporting Man New York, Aug. Jim Ken- nedy was thrifty for a sporting man, but until today the trained nurse he married on his death bed never dream- messer Nez Perce, Idaho, Aug. insurgent movement as far as it re- flates to Joseph G. Cannon, is a dead issue, for even thougi returned to congress by the voters of his district, he will not be for the speak- ership." j j This was the statement tonight by Congressman T. R. Hamer, who ad- j dressed the first political gathering in north Idaho in the present campaisr that her sbare would be ------________ tt of The informed esti- SCHIFF COMMISSION i Says Alaska Wouid Develop Under Such Rule New York, Aug. establish- ment of a federal commission on the order of the interstate commerce com- came to scan his title, he found that it prohibited any use of the house other than for residence, and Kennedy's never opened. His ibride was Miss Hattie Egnor, 27 years old, of this old well bred ewes; two 'three, four and live year old fat wethers; head of 6 year old ewes; 150 Jaead of grade bucks. Will sell on time with good security. P. H. Buckley, Sweet Grass Montana- 207-26 AND VIOLA FOR Cheap. These instruments have been in. family 6t present owner over 5 C years and are good solo instruments, Violin is small size suitable for boy or girl. takes both. S. Wilkinson Box 3S6, Lethbridge. 207-6 BABOON HAS BAD THIRST _ __ Escapes From Cage Drinks Ink and Mucilage Butte, Mont., Aug. A large baboon shipped to F. K. Harvey of .this city caused all kinds of excitement tonight by escaping from his cage just after having been -brought from the depot Crazed by thirst, the animal sprang right and left in Harvey's office, breaking windows and drinking AND BOARD AND BOARD For two gentle men. Modern house. SOS Rogers St 207-f AND Double and sin gle roems .Tvith board. Every convet ience. Modern. Phone 1036. Appiv 1010 Ford St 207-f THF Three room house and outbuildings Worth and will soon advance. Price for quick sale, cash; balance 1, 2, 3 years; 6 old j per cent, or will exchange for No. .3 wheat land. Address Kootenay Valley Nurseries, Mirror Lake, B. C. 203-6 207-26! m Stony Plain district, west of Ed- moaton. "Will take sheep., cash, or give time for S years. For lull par- s }Trite to S. J. Deans. Bright 2 04-? IRRIGATED acre fruit farms already planted -to by for two. 113 Cutbill St. 206-6' FOR modern house on Rogers street, very close in. Apply G. A. Peat Co., Macdonald Block. 207-0 FOR roomed houses one block from Westminster School; water and light. per month. R. V. Gib- bons Co., Ott Block. Phone 207-3' P. R. track, per month. R. V. Gib- bons Co., Ott Block. Phone 1191. 207-3 TO house near corner s-s j William and Agnew St., one block east" of Westminster. Rent Inquire' next door or 323 William St. 207-4 FOR roomed fully house. Parties leaving town; 429, Westminster Rd. mile west of the town of Elko, only IS miles from the Crows Nest Coal Fields, on two railways, lay almost en. {tirely level and have a deep blac> soil, the finest home sites in 'B.C. and ,____________________________________ in a section where summer frosts arc section of land 4 mij.- unknown, all kinds of fruit in bearing es from Lethbridge, between t'eth- Apply 207-0 of ink, one iblack and the other red, together with a large bottle of mucilage. The animal was subdued after the police-had ibeen called to the scene. RAISES PRICE OF VEHICLES Louisville, Aug. Carriage Manufacturers' association of the TJ. S. today resolved .to advance the price of vehicles for the season of 1911, be- cause of the greater cost of labor and materials. The exact percentage increase will be -announced later. of of mate was ?500.000, 'and many old cro- uies guessed only half that j As filed today, the will shows that j it was drawn on the day of the mar- jriage, June 1, last four weeks before j Kennedy died, when he already knew :hat he could not recover from a ling- ering illness. An appraisal lists 000 of the estate in stock and bonds. ii H Successor to C. L Upton Basement Oliver BIk. Barber Shop In Connection returned from a tour of the territorv. America from Ireland when he was three years old. He grew up in the rougher part of Williamsburg, Brook- He added that in his opinion, con- East river to Manhattan, was gradu- ated into sports and soon became a STILL SAWING WOOD If you look for good Building Material at Lowest Prices you cannot pass us up. serration regulations, while good are T t I too strident er m that dublous kingdom. 1 j His property in Saratoga acquired late in life, he intended to make into Yard Office Phone 362. Baroness Road. Gen'l Office Phone 334. a rival of Canfield's, but when he Coal, Ice and PRAYING Western Transfer Co. LONGBROS.Proprietora Office next Arcade Pfione Announce- ment During the Fall and Win- ter months we will make specialty of the Cafe Depart- ment of our business. Tasty lunches, dainty afternoon teas will be served at al! hours. Our mid-day luncheon is sure to please. Rochon SUPREME COURT OF ALBERTA Sittings of the Supreme Court of Al- berta, en bane and for the trial of Cases, Civil and Criminal, and for the hearing of motions and other civil bus- iness, will be held at the following times and places. When the date set for the opening of a Co.urt or .Sitting is a holiday such Court or Sitting shall be commenced on the day follow- ing such Sittings on tracts as well as such tender veg- etables, as melons, squash, tomatoes, beans, cucumbers and corn. Our ex cellen-t irrigation system assures a per- fect crop each year as well as giving our settlers an opportunity of equip- ping their houses with modern con veniences and fire protection. Unex- celled hpfflfesites and best location foi market' Send for illustrated folder maps, etc. Prices from 3100 to per acre, five years time. The Pro- gressive Investment Co., Elko B. C 209-7 bridge and Kipp. Will rent'on easy terms for a few years. Apply S Wil- kinson, Box 3S6 Lethbridge. 207-6 TO airy rooms in one of jthe most .up to date houses in city, nicely furnished, modern conveniences. Will rent reasonable. Close in. Apply 612 Crabb St. TO furnished rooms in modern house. 312 Cutbill St. MISCELLANEOUS WANTS HAY HAY Upland hay in car lots, guar- anteed against heating or moulding. Write us your wants. JESSE GONGE CO. Acme, Atta. oorur- i c.u Want to buy 'three pieces of South African Scrip at once. Address Lock Pox 361, Lans- N. D. 207.- G Supreme Court en bane: Tuesday in September and March. Tuesday in De- cember and June. For Trial of CiviI-non-Jurv Causes: .EDMONTON AND Tuesday each in October, Novem ber, February, March, April anc May. and Third Tuesday in June For Trial of "Criminal "and Civil Jury Causes: EDMONTON AND Tnird Tuesday in October, Febru- ary and May. For Trial of all Civil and Crimina1- Causes: WET Tuesday October and April. RED Tuesdav in No vember and May. MEDICINE Tuesc.v in October and April. Tuesday in No vember and Mnv. Tuesday ir October and April. Dated at Edmonton, Alberta, thi- second day of August, 1910. A. T. BLAIN, Acting Deputy Attorney General and Gents' cast-oft clothing, shoes, furniture, carpets, rugs, watches, jewelry, musical instru- ments, bicycles, guns, buggies, Demo- crat -wagons, horses and stoves. The highest cash price paid for live poul- try.. Apply to the Harvard Tailoring Co., 330 Crabb street, opposite new Herald office. 184-26 sewing at Mrs. Vineham, 418 Coutts St home. 203-ox by'the day. Ap- ply Mrs. Katie Palen, east of Athletic Grounds, or 7JQ OA- n_ Grounds, or phone 749. 205-Ox Mrs. J. Lee Johnston, _________________________ 207-d TO room; bath in connection. Terms moderate 642 ST. 207-6 TO rooms partly furnished suitable for housekeeping. Apply for- particulars to 515 Glyn St nished rooms. Also fur- 207-6: ROOMS TO suit-., able for one or two persons. Tele-- phone and connection. Apply in afternoon, 31 Arygle St 208-6" TO new five roomed cot- tage. Immediate posession. Apply owner, 406 Torrance Ave. PROPERTV FCf? SAi_E TO Must ve hundred FOR SALE BY Lots 42 and 43, Block 126. Price Address Rupert Hand. Winnifred. Alta. 206-6 FOR bath and toilet. dress barroom bridge. 9n-R ?e basement. Bar room furnish- ._ I ed'.a11 inJirst class Choice lo- We.u Ioeated 6 or 7 room cation. Must sell owing to ill-health lr 1C ?8 HlaKy? termS- i WiH trade for Alberta land.' i -S, Herald j Apply to H. Henderson, Rossland, B or Give price lots C. 201-12 in Duff Addition. Give price and j HOTEL FOR roofed t-nns. Apply Box 28, Herald Office, furnished. Choice location I icenso 207-C i paid to Jan. 15, 1911. Will sell cheap PUBLIC NOTICE-! have sold restau. rant and bakery, Raymond, and I not be accountable for any bills that are due, as that is in the contract wifh the purchaser. Go. Moke, WANTED TO BUY FROM Raw or partly improved farm, reason- ably close to market Price and 'term? must be right Office. Apply Box 29, Herald 207-0 pasture 200 head horses; good feed; good water For terms address Mason-Seale Co., Ra- ley, Alta. milch cow." Fairfield, S.upt Experimental 207-6 W. H Farm 207-4 to close partnership. Apply to E Q H. Wina, barrister, Rossland, B! C. 201-12 Notice To Hunters NOTICE No hunting is allowed on any of the ands of the Madntyre Ranch, 209-f Grounds, or phone 470. WANTED A few more teams to haul gravel to the city sidewalks. Apply W. G. HOLE Redpath St West ___________________ 205-ox WANTED TO RENT-A seven roomed i.ully modern house bv about the 1st September. Apply BOY Herald Office. 209-6 second hand tents ar ance. Apply to Wilsons Second Hand store, n 9 Glyn St 209-1 ROBERT SAGE Tht Picture Framer Receives Every Day at the RED CROSS DRUG BOOK STORE themselves open John mgr.. Magrath, Alta. 26 or of any kind is strictly prohibited on Kni Ray Knight' or -with" the law. Ray Knight, Raymondf Alta __________205-26 o: any kind is strictly "prohibited on onprrv of Brim hall Bros. Tres- MONEY TO LOAN MONEY TO loAN-Leans and" _ ance on farm and city property. piy the Southern Alberta Loan and Investment Co.. 416 Dufferln street Bryan WocK ;