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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 19, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta fMl LlfHiftlDOl 6AILY HIRALO, THUMDAV, AUGUST 11, IfM. Another Sunshine Feature District News LaJo" down the Thia la an entirely MW idea, and will cUlly iattreit who in f Ai f u rimg the place of lowtr Sunshine fire-pot, thus aakinff it to f in your furnace without inconveaititce. Such aot potsibla ia a furnace where the ordinary log inserted; for, ahould the gaa give out, a coal or wood Are could not be etarted until tfce pipci were ditconnected. To provide againtt tweatinp in the summer tine, Sunshine Furnace ii equipped with a aickelled steel radiator and dome. All and rivets are nickelled, all rods copper-plated. Thit special treatment, be- meaning quicker .and greater radiation from the radiator and dome than cold chill iron could possibly five, as protection for the bolts, rivets and rods from inroads of .gmi. When cast iron comes in contact with our nickelled .steel it ia coated with our special Anti-Rust treatment, which prevents the clig-htest possibility of rust commencing anywhere in Sunshine Furnace. The HICK HARDWARE CO. LOCAL AGENTS here The church is being built nip- idly and will soon U- are people about every day, The i" and buying Burdett lots. iThe- real estate ofhcv suix-lv on the John Furness is his room a iio.w oojn of LOST LAKE Aug. banners an- all. busy cut tin f Wl Ivokiiig jjo'x'l. I your of thv faniKVS j tlm.'shed .from th.- stook with hoivo J puvwr. liut >var there are lot more crops so a steam thresher j 7 will be in Lethbrfdjr Tin- mail comes into Lost Jyts. -Lonjr. cilice now but by way of Brooks on the mahr the C. P. R. Mo4 of the her.- do thi-ir trading Tuber "r LcthbriUgfr- and so their mail has a 1'ini: round about way ?o The wyulu much prefer to have tin1 Lost Lake mail come in hy uuy nf Taber or Lethbridge. po who ifivo is now miles south of ln-r in 50 acres of. full whea A dance is to be- he Friday evening n muting .JUVENILE MAIDEN PLATE Polkstone, Aug. Maiden Plate of ;03 sovereigns for two year olds, distant five furlongs., was run here today J and won by Wei bury. Vitulos second'and Col. Leffian third. offer to start a subscription list with a donation of to enable the to carry this out. The Herald will be pleased to receive subscriptions for the lacrosse team and hope to the boys get- to Edmonton this fall. Tli-'V appreciate, the new post office bin they are talking mighty strong j about getting the route changed. Will Russell has erected a frame re-s idence. Tony Grote is busy cutting crop. Mrs. J-. E. Gagnon and Miss Gu ir- tin who have been visiting their bro- ther Joe Guertin have returned To their home at Moose Jaw. Ta bi-r, TABER NOTES Aug. Rom i CHARITY MATCH TONIGHT The collection tonight at the great S.O.E.-Cah-dunian football match will be in aid of the Wright Charier r HELP THE PLAN ALONG There has been considerable 'slk in lacrosse circles of making a try for the One of the :o- cal enthusiasts has gone so far as to The Menu at (Shield Fund, which is 10 pro-rie cot in the hospital for the of amateur athletes. It will be a, groat so don't miss it, but d-.n's over- i'K'1; the hat. Tabruin will ivl r'-. ai-.J 'Might, donor of it shiv'd is kick-off 6.30 uii u i-.-t the iu thr- t say you're BURDETT Burdett, Aug. is ste.i dily growing and is-the coming tow between Lethbridge adn Medicin Hat. Harvest is in full, blast and th grain will turn out very good in thj vicinity. There was quite a number fror Burdett who attended last week's fai at Lethbridge. Two more business. firms for our city., a large general store and a har ware store, to open soon. The new firms are composed of men of very j good business quality and will adc The Restaurant FAREWELL DANCE greatly for Burdett. E. Christiansen and H.. Rygg drove up to Grassy Lake Monday returning in the evening. Mr. Sickles passed through c-n route to Whitla. I wonder' why? Mr. and Mrs. Hoagland made a business trip to Lethbridge the first i of the week. Is us extensive as -any in fche city. Open day and night. Everything in season. A farewell dance will be held at the Caledonian hall under'-- the auspices of .the Lethbridge Baseball Club, on- Music will Cox's base- ball orchestra. Popular admission of SI-00. Ladies free. Tuesday. August 24th. be furnished bv Chestv Mrs. Harnmel was in town Tues- day doing some shopping. Mrs. P. Tierney and children came xlown from Grassy Lake Tuesday tor a visit with Mr. Tierney. and the (folks. Miss Drunell. and Mr. Fletcher WE HAVE EVERYTHING THAT IS REQUIRED IN THE HOME In the shape of Furniture for the parlor, dining-room, v kitchen and bedroom but the finishing touch to a comfortable home is given by a proper selection of ornaments and pictures. We are just opening up a of various kinds, and shall be pleased to have the people of Lethbridge and district come and inspect the stock. We are en- deavoring to sell GOOD HONEST GOODS at reasonable prices. Turpiii Furniture The Home Makers of Vancouver, was visiting in the city yesterday. Air. Rome is to be rnnn- i Jiger of the Lethbridge branch of the Kastern Townships Bank. He was a guest of Mr. Geo. Ewing. while C. Moe is holidaying in the moun- tains. A. Long, of the staff of the East- ern Townships Bank, left today to sp-md his vacation in the mountains. Rev. and Mrs. of Pictor... [Out., spent a day at the home of Rev. Monroe, while on their way to Kdmonton. Mrs. E. B. Tainter leaves tonkin-' to visit friends, in'.'Winnipeg. M. McPherson, teller of the Eastern 1 SURE THING! Be mrv and see as before jxirchasiug your outfit., PONT.BE MILLED We can give you the at bottom cash prices. Hayr Bros. Phone 75 Box 27 hfly Market ft AM jrst have uytUit to MM M rMi plicf H to HU CtlMH. If yttt wait 15c tor SI SITUATIONS WANTED NOTICE Of Dissolution of Partnerthip NOTICE is hereby given that the Townships Bank is in Winnipeg on j heretofore subsisting be- business, his place .being filled by Mr. Clark of the Let-abridge' staff in his absence. E. E. Hedin, of Winnipeg, is In the city on business. He is a guest at the home of E. B. Tainter while here. tween us. the undersigned, under the name, of "The Weber Realty Com- pany1' in the City of Lethbridge, in the Province of Alberta, has this day been dissolved by mutual con-" sent. All debts owing to the said Partner- ship are to be paid to William Henry Weber' at Lethbridge aforesaid and all claims against the said Partner- ship are to be presented to' the said r William Henry Weber bv whom the TENDERS will be receiv- i ?ani0 will be settled. DATED at Lethbridge this 27th TENDERS WANTED A OUNG-LADIES the British Colonial Photograhic Co. Good wages given for competent help. Hooms 1 and 2, Oddfellow Block. 09-6 SITUATION run threshing outfit, by engineer, fireman, wafer-hauleri, separator men, rustl- era, spike pitchers. Want work with good flrin. Apply 8. A. bridge. gio-6 FOR SALE OR RENT-7 roomed house, stable, hay shed, large chicken house on River bottom near new bridge. in town for keep- ing cowa and chickens. Price easy terms. Price 1250 cash. per month Proctor, near the A. woman to do general housework. Good wages paid ply 1007 Redpath St; competent general ser- vant. Apply Mrs. J. R_ Anderson, Union Bank. 209.3 stenographer with some knowledge of book-keeping Ad- dress Box O.K., c-o Herald. 206-0 H. I. Shops. 184-0 FOR Remington type- writer with tabulator, at a bargain. Apply Citizens Lumber yuru. 167-0 local agents to sell industrial and Ordinary Insurance. Experienced-canvassers desired Good money for right men. P.O. Box 476. 206-6 ior laundry work. Apply Lethbridge Laundry Co. 184-6 will be re- ceived by the undersigned in writ- ing from young ladies desirous v of acting as pupil assistants to the Kin- dergarten Director Lethbridge schools A.o salary attached; must be able to ise piano. G. B. Secre- FOR must be moved from property. Apply Geo. W. Whel- en, Lethbridge Woollen Co. 199-0 FOR SALE new seven roomed fully modern house on Coutis near new Central School. Apply P. MacMurphy, Mgr, South Alberta Lum beir Co., Phone 225. 200-0 FOR 10 i 10. Apply A. P. G. Box 102, city P. 0. 211-3 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SAH. FOR No. 9 Souvenir range; 1 !1 .ibedroonl. .suite, 1 and .numerous Jothei ar- ticles. Apply Corner of Crabb Coiirtlahd Sts. A 211-2 tary. 188-0 ed by the undersigned until five t August 24th next, for dav of julr A.D. clock. P.M. the erection of -a. brick veneer store j and 'Office- 'building on Westminster 1 099-6 Road. Plans and specifications to seen at the Architect's offices in the A. Macdonald Block, Lethbridge. The lowest or any tender not ne- cessarily accepted. JAMES A. JUCDOJfALD, WM H. WEBER, J. A. BLAIR. Teacher for rural school Ivaaimir School District No. 1961 Must have second class certificate' salary per month. Apjrtv A; G. Buklmger, Sundial, Alta. serv- A capable general ant. Mrs. Geo. B. MacKay, Westmin- ster Road. HORSES FOR carload dry ares and geldings, unbroken. Can be seen it" the' ranch of Mrs. John R. Davies, opposite No. 6 shaft. 209-6 CHEAP steader bachisibr'a outfit. Apply to S.; F. Mills. River Bottom. 207.6 197-O NOTICE Dissolution of Partnership 211-4 Architect. NOTICE Those having accounts against the and District Agricultural Society are requested to have the ;arne presented to the undersigned on or before Wednesday, August 25, as the society is desirous of paying i all outstanding accounts as soon ns possible. W. B. BURNETT. J106 Secretary-Treasurer. NOTICE' is hereby given that the partnership heretofore existing be- tween Chas. Walsh and E. Peebles under the firm name "The Western Tinsmithing has been dissolved and will hereafter'be con- tinued by Chas. Walsh under the old firm name. 206-0 (Sgd.) CHAS. WALSH. to deliver the Her- ald Duff Addition. 203-0 good woman or strong girl to take care 'of small farm. Must be a good cook. Inquire north side of Courtland St. second house east of Burdett, south of Central School. 209-6 FOR SALE OR good sec- ond hand McConnick, binder in good running order. I will sell cheap for cash or trade for a horse, etc. Apply to Martin Boyson, Stirling. 207-6 FOR SALE large barn suitable for -six head of horses. Barn 14 x 26 and 14 ft', high. Buyer must remove building from premises.- Ap- ply Box 382, City. 209-6 'OR can sell your land at that can't be beat. We can till you good land from up to 16.00 per acre, in any quantity from ne quarter up to-as much 150 sec- ions in one block. Terms, one-tenth f the purchase price in cash and the alance in nine equal annual instal- lents with interest at 6 per cent, on ne unpaid balance. The Empire NOTICE NOTICE is hereby, given servant want- ed at once. Good waget. ..Apply Mrs. G- L. Vrooman, corner Bonipas and Bartlett Sts. -210-O that I will sell at the hour of 2 o'clock p.m. on the' 20th' Aug. 1909, at -the City Pound, near the Isolated Hospital, the following, described animal Mare; color bay; branded Y on lef; hip. JOS. GILLESPIE, room girl at the Arlington Hotel. 210-3 FOR SALE OR registered Clydesdale stallion, gentle to handle weight about 1750. Will trade for mares, milk cows, etc. Write Geo A. Davis, Sec. 6-3-9, Warner. 210-12 FOR 5 room house and two. lots in North Ward, for less than cost of house. Small cash payment. Balance good terms. Party leaving city, and must sell. v W. H. Johnson, Room 5, Bryan Block. 211-6 200-12 Chief of Police. and Co., upstairs in Oil Block. P.O. TENDERS WANTED SEALED PROPOSALS will be re- ceived by The Southern ,Alberta Land Company, Limited, Medicine .Hat, Alta., until 10-o'clock a.m., Monday, 23rd August, 1909, for the construc- tion of an earth embankment across must be good at figures. Apply Hudson's Bay Co. 210-6 wanted. Must be able to cook. Wages a month. Apply 314 Cutbill St., 1st house .off Redpath. 210-10 ox 60. Phone 394. Snake Valley, situated in Section 36, 191-0 j Township Range 22, West of the An experienced girt 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 _pr write! L. A. FELGER Care of, MASON LAND CO. 4th Meridian. Embankment contains approximately cubic yards. The right is reserved to reject any dishwashers at once for Alexandra Cafe. 210-0 head firemen and two helpers. Telephone or write. Canada West Coal Co.. Tsiber Alta. 210-3 or all bids. 209-3 TENDERS Will receive tenders up till Aug. 31st for digging a hole 4x5 feet 275 feet deep to coal. Timbered with 2 inch cedar plank, with ladder spiked on. West side Section 8-10-22 W. 4. ALEX SMcWTLLlAM. 203-12 Kegina, -Box 1163. MISCELLANEOUS PHOTOGRAPHER'S sale, at bargain. Consists of one 8 i 10 camera with 5x7 and .4 x 5 plate trays, etc., also, one jwide' angle lens for enlarging work. Whole outfit for Suitable for professional work. Apply J. B Kelaey, P.O. Box 448. 209-5 wants all your Imperial quart highest prices. bottles. Will pay 407 Ford St. 205-6 BICYCLE a good second-hand bicycle. Apply to Box laborers at once for general work. Wilson, builders and contractors, Lethbridge. 210-6 about six weeks, a girl to help with housework. Good w.ages to right girl. Apply by mail. S. H. D., Diamond City. 210-6 about 12 years old to look after two children. Apply Mrs. Chas. McKillop, 620 Cutbill. 211-1 TO Have sold'the balance of their stock. It is im- portant that nil unpaid accounts be paid- to W, A. BLENNER-HASSETT I. .Eakin'? office in the rear ,of the building facing Crabb Street at once-. General Teaming classes oi teaming on the shortest notice. Satis- faction guaranteed. If you need coal and yon want the best, value...your money will buy, ring me 'up on Phom'-. 201... Coal must be paid for on deliverv. E. 4. TICKNER Box 454. 1258 Redpath St. SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH WEST LAND REGULATION! Any person wno Ette ible beid oi a family, or any male over 18 yetri old, may homestead a qunrteiMectior oi available Dominion land in Mini toba, Saskatchewan or applicant must appear in petiou n the Dominion Lands Agency at Sub Agency for the district. bj I proxy maj be made at my of intending bomeateadeT. roonthi' upor j and cultfVation of the land in of three years., A hbmesteader maj live within nine miles of hotne stead on a farm of at least' dO solely owned and occupied by him oi by his father, mother, too. daughter brother or aiater. tn certain a homebteadti in good standing may pre.empt quarter-section alongside bit -trsd. Prire per acre. Datiet i -ilur-t reside six months lu eaci i six yeare from daie of hometttaj. j ent.ry (including the time required ti i earn homestead pateut) aud cultiTaU I fifty acres extra. i A homesteader -who hat exhausted Jiomestead right and cannot ob i Uiiu a pre-emption may .take .a frai i i chased homestead in certain difttrleU l-Prlce per acre. Beside sis months in each ol years, cultivate fifty acres and a wo-th W.W.CORY. Deputy Minister of the 'Inter f t 1 ?nt will not tor. TO rooms, suitable for two gentlemen. Apply St., close in. 210-6 TO office in Ott Block. Immediate possession. Apply REDPATH STREET BESIDE HICK ESTABLISHED ,1854 Merchants Bank of Canada HEAD OFFICE; MONTREAL Paid up 1. Reserve and Undivided Profits... v ".J.. Accoanrs of Merchants, farmers and Ranchers Solicited Money Orders Letters.of Savings Bank Department Branch CoaHale Block, Rt4path St. w. ott. 197-0 T.E.M., HeraW Office. 203-0 LOST certificate of the "horae "Snow King" along with other official papers.. enclosed in a large envelope. Lost in coulee behind C. F. P. Gohybeare's enclosure. re- ward for return to Herald office. 09-6 LOST OR halter and 100 feet chain ;taken from a cow belong- ing to J. H. Wallace. Finder will please return to J. H. Wallace, Bur- dett St. 106-0 FURNISHED let, in new modern house. Terms moderate. Ap- ply Mrs. Jones, third .house from Round 'on south side of Brunton St. 199-0 ROOMS TO and wash ing a month. Apply Mrs. C. M. Holland, at the end of C.P.R. Bridge. 202-Ox. for one or two gen- tlemen, modern. No. 10 Argyle Avt. 208-6 TO room in mod- ern house, close in. Suitable for two gentlemen. Apply 1st house on Gut- bill "St. off Baroness Road opposite Tennis Court. 206-0 and board in pri- vate family. Write to Box 5, Herald office. 207-6 FOR room fur- nace arid bath, and fully modern, fine- Iv located. Hatch Coons, Oliver Block. 211-3 HOUSE TO of the Grace houses in; JRiveJcyiew, eight, rooms, modern. Apply to office, of C. F. P. Gonybeare. 211-6 April 1st from our camp three miles west of "Lethbridge, three geldings. One dark bay weigh- ing about 1450 lbs.5 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 Ibs., slick, foundered on front feet, somewhat lame, foretop and mane under col- lar shofn. All in good condition. Thirty dollars reward for informa- tion that will lead to their recovery of the three, -or for any one them. Notify Janse Bros., Camrose. Alta. 200-30 return of four mares branded LM on left shoulder, and seven geldings branded 7L on left hip. -Notify A. A. -Johnston. Lethbridge, Alta? 20D-0 to my place N.E. 1-4 Sec. 28, 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 remove .the animal. John B. Allan. 208-6 Tuesday night between Duff addition .and Dr. Galbraith's house gold watch, 17 jewel, Elgin movement. Double chain and lock- et attached. Reward of given for return to Herald office. 211-O LOST OR 4, one black or brown pony gelding, O en shoulder and N on hip with fore top cut. Had halter on when last seen. reward. R.. Coultry, at Piche 4 Miron's meat market. 11-3 for one or two gen- tlemen. No. 10 Argyle Ave. 203-6 FOUND TO roomed house on Dufferin St. Apply A. A L. S. Ripley. 208-0 TO roomed modern house on Round St. Apply J. John- ston, 5 houses from Courtland on east of Round St. 210-2 TO front unfurniihed rooms, fully modem house. Also furnished rooms, fullv modern house. Apply Mrs. Nield. 526 Bartlett gt. and room in quiet 295, young man. Box JttMhr crescent brooch. "Owner can have, same at Herald of- fice by paying for ad. 196-0 large key, initials cut re R. L. Call at Herald Office. 209-0 you are looking for a snap in household furniture, etc., al- to a shoemaker's outfit, go to 425 Bartiett Street. 209-6 NOTICE TO TRAVELLING PUBLIC If you want to get to the opera on time telephone 148. Our up to date hacks will get you there on time. Samnet Hai Liveryman." 186-26 ;