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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 21, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta lETHBRIObC LMLdf Alta. 213-1 SITUATIONS VACANT PROPERTY FOR SALE YOUNG LADIES the i Photograhic Cp.1 We can give you the Goods at bottom cash prices. Phone 75 Bros. Box 27 Good wages given for competent help.' Rooms 1 and 2, Oddfellow Block. 09-6 lor Laundry work Apply Lethbriclge Laundry Co. 184-0 SHACK FOR SALE OK Duff Addition. .Write. C. Vtrestley, "Herald Office. 212-x FOR Remington type- writer with at a bargain. Apply Citizens Lumber yard. 187-0- I-'vU must be moved from property. Apply Geo. W. Whel- en, Lethbridge Woollen Co. 199rO will be re- ceived by the undersigned in writ- ing from young ladies desirous of acting as pupil assistants, to the Kin- dergarteu Director Lethbridge schools.! FOR SALE new seven K.O salary attached, must be able to roomed fully modern house on Centos' use piano. (3. B. Bowman, Secre-l'iear new Central School Applv P- lary- 188-0 j MacMurphy, Mgr. South Alberta turn ber Co., Phone 225.' 200-0- TENDERS jing from the cuerging' a hole UP tiU A FRESH FRUIT We have just received a big stock of Fresh Fruit at our new grocery in tbre NORTH WARD A full line of .groceries' in stock Prices the lowest W. H. PARSONS Westminster block north of school e x ppt icious berries, almost all vurioiios. to feet deep to coal. Timbered with o (be found everywhere. i It yas our great good fortune to J be the guests for a few days recently joi Mr. and Mrs. M. Freeman, oi J at their delightful camp, !so cleverly and appropriately named "Urieida Rest." Having selected his i camping beautiful and 'niantic spot overlooking the- water inch cedar plank, with ladder on. West side Section 3-10-22 W. 4 'ALEX 'McWlLLlAM'. Regina. Box 1163. NOTICE for rural school--------- Kasirnir School District No. 1981. FOR SALE-Shadc 10 x 10 Apply A Must Iiave second certificate, I P. G. Box 102, city P 0 211 -i salary per month. Apply A G Buklinger, Sundial, Aiti. 196-6 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE capable general serv- ant. Mrs. Geo. B. MacKay, Westmin- ster Road 197-O good woman or strong girl to take care of small farm. Must a good cook. Inquire north side of Courtland St. second house east Dissolution of Partnership NOTICE is. hereby given that the i SEALED TENDERS addressed tu j the undersigned and marked on the I envelope "Tenders for will be received up to 12 o'clock noon on f day of October next, for a j servant want- t________.-______ii-_i __ 60. a.t Once Crnnn ir-amae FOR No. 9 Souvenir range; 1 refrigerator; 1 bedroom suite, 1 'sideboard .and numerous other ar- ticles. Apply Corner Courtland Sts. of Crabb A; 211-2 HOUSES" FOR carload dry ares and geldings, unbroken. Can v 4J.V UOC of Burdett, south of Central School.! be seen at the ranch of Mrs. John 209'6! Davies, opposite No. 6 shaft. 209-6. jthe 1st license for grazin on that portion T 'and commanding, a magnificent view partnership heretofore subsisting be- jot river, I of lake, noitriiboring- towns and tween us> the undersigned, under the berta. shore." After having selected his "J'he Weber Realty The terms i _. pany in the-City or Lethbridee in this hce'n.s JMcamPinsr iirounds Mr. Freeman nro-: ,n___.i. fe i._ p.___A___ Blackfoot Indian Reserve south river, in the Province of Al- Good wages. Apply Mrs. G. L. vTooman, corner Bompas. and Bartlett Sis. 210-O and conditions govern- 1 Woman wanted. .-in 3 T ___ able to cook FOR SALE large barn suitable for six head of horses. Bam 14 x 26 and 14 ft; high. Buyer must remove building from premises. Ap- 0Jy T> OOrt _ Apply 314 Cutbill St.. 1st house off Redpath. l v l JLJt, JJLlvl t_ JL i" i m J 1 -l -1 i AT- v w, iPany m the-City or Lethbridge in this license will be furnished bv Ijcampm- g.oun-ds Mr. irecmto pro- the Province of Alberta, has this i the Secretary of the Department of T i cpeclort to make his can.ip worthy of day been dissolved by mutual con- Indian Affairs, Ottawa, or by J. H. the surroundings, and so attractive sent. Gooderham, Indian Agent at Gleich- to make the welcome guest loath debts the said on application. ito loavp much nn-i to De To William Henrv i The highest or any tender will not nj >u I njtti-i L LilQ v 11 v Lethbridge aforesaid and necessarily be accepted. .warm hospitality extended to all all. claims against the said Partner-i The unauthorized insertion of this j visitors to [Jrieida Rest. A jolly ship_ are to be presented to the said i advertisement will not tbe paid j-party of about twenty friends ami WiUiarn Henry Weber, by wjiom the! Each tender shall be accompanied about cn-rmn V- J Kv G rtf fkn -foi-mc. .1 1 irii-l in a month 210-10 laborers at once for work. Smith Bros. Wilson, builders and contractors, Lethbridge. 210-6 FOR SALE OR TRADE-A registered Olydesdale otallion, gentle to handle weight about 1750. Will trade for mares, milk cows; etc. Write Geo A. Davis, Sec. 6-3-9, Warner. 210-12 this relatives spendius- the summer at. b? f u- WAiJsD at this particular point seem, to have of July A.TX 1909 jcoinbinerl forces to make it an ideal WM. H. WEBER, summer hone. and Charmingly J. A. BLAIR. j they have succeede-d those who jhave been maxte welcome at camp can testify ami the enthusiastic accounts six weeks a I by a copy of the terms and conditions j girl to help with housework. Good 27th above mentioned and by a marked wages to right girl. Apply by mail. Miortnn CKAA nn _in i._ ___ la TI TI m- Southern Alberta Loan Investment Co. GEORGE J. BRYAN Gen. Manage Thompson Block, Calgary Bryan Block. LeihbridFetftr Co. The companv hafl scciiivd a wilj make the Em- pire, meters for the Canadian frade. MADAM NORMAN Teacher of pianoforte and voice culture. Pro- The J. Brown Co. Have sold the'balance of their stock. It is im- portant' that all unpaid accounts be paid to W. A. BIEMER.HASSETT at J. I. Eakin's office in the rear of the- building facing Crabb Street at once. fpolitan Hotel j i------'-----------------------------------------------j envelope. Lost in coulee behind !8th. Cosmo- FURNISHED EOOMS-to' let, in new p- p- Conybeare's endosure. jKoora.- Hotel Sample At 9 oclock a.m. for the purpose of i riving engineers and apprentices an i opportunity for qualifying for eerti- __i_ modern house. Terms moderate. Ap- ward return.to Herald office. ply Mrs. Jones, third house from Round on south side of st: TA TJTVT i 10 and wash I ficates under the' provisions of the A, i Steam. Boilers Act, 1906. ing a month. Apply Mrs. C. M. Brunton LObT OR STOLEN-A halter and-100 chain taken from a cow belonc- to J.' H. Wallace. Finder -will please return to J. H. Wallace. Bur- Application for examination should be made to the above named Inspec- tor or to JOHN STOCKS, Deputy Minister, i Department of Public Works, Edmonton. Alta. Holland, at the end of C.P.R. Bridge. 202-Ox.' for one or two tlemen, modern. No. 10 Argyle Avc 208-6 room in i era house, close in. Suitable for two- gentlemen. Apply 1st house on Cut- 4 bill St. off Baroness Road opposite Tennis Court. 306-0 SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- FOR room cottage, fur- WEST LAND REGULATIONS ?atJl' modern. .fine- Any person wtio la Ore sole bemd ol i a family, or any male over 18 old, may homestead a quarter-section available Dominion land in Mani- LOST-On Tuesday night between Puff add-on and ,Dr. Galbraitfi's nouse 17 jewel, Elgin chain and lock- et attached. -Reward of given-for return to Herald office. 2IF-0 LOST OR STRAYED One dark red cow'- with white stiip on- beat. WP can sell you good'land from up to per acre, in any quantity from one quarter up to as much as 150 sec- tions in one block. Terms, one-tenth i of the purchase price in cash and the balance in nine equai annual instal- ments with interest at 6 per cent, on the unpaid balance. The Empire Land upstairs in Ott Block. P.O. Box 60. Phone 394. 191-0 fore top cut. Had halter Ia.st_ seen. reward. !R. Oultry, at Picric Miron's meat market. 11-3 two vcar old bay no. branch-..! ST with J on bottom of on Jpf shoulder. Reward for return JL Hooper, corner Bompas and streets. 212-1 to O I NOTICE Drssolution of Partnership NOTICE is hereby given that the partnership heretofore existing be- tween Chas. Walsh and E. Peebles f under tta firm ltams "The Western Tinsmitbing has been dissolved and will hereafter be con- tinued by Chas. Walsh under the old firm name. 206-0 (Sgd.) CHAS. WALSH. FOUND you r-.re looking for i snap ifi uOuaelivlu furniture, ai- a shoemaker's outfit, go to; 436 90M Bartlett Street! NOTICE All accounts against Dominion Day Sports Committee must be rendered at once to A. L. Johntton, secretary, North Ward. ;