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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 23, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lftitbridge Daily August TONIGHT! TO-NIGHT! at 8.30 p.m. The Commission Form Of Civic Government Rev. Herbert S. Bigelow Of Cincinnatti, Ohio, will deliver a Lecture on The Grand Junction, Colo., Plan in the rce.um Theatre Ly, All those interested in this live to attend question invited EAT EXCELSIOR CAFE OPPOSITE THE EUREKA very best cuisine in the Quick Service. Short Orders a Specialty. Regular Meals.................25c to 50c COMMUTATION MEAL BOOKS for DISTRICT NEWS MILK RIVER Masinasin, Aug. the date of Aug. 5th, some one has sent in a report to the Herald about the Milk River Valley school No. 2024. This same party has named two of the trustees as if they were to blame that this school hasn't >been started yet. It may do this same party, and others some good to know that these two trustees have done all in their power to complete one of the best equipped country school houses at the smallest possible cost to the district, and also have tried their level best to engage a teacher, but owing to bad luck have bean unable to secure one so far. There are some ratepayers who are kickers and are causing those they have elected to do the work a lot of unnecessary trouble. They don't seem to understand the duties of trustees and the duties of the district and rate- payers. But when finally a first-class jeacher is secured and school started some of them ought to go to school and get wise. A lady, worked hard all day to hang out a snowy white washing on the line. At night, a party or parties, who is under suspicion, ruined all of the bed linen -by drawing criminal pic- tures and infamous writing on the same. The law ought to take these scroundels in hand and punish them severely or the community take them in 'hand and give them a good horse- whipping. The district ought to be cleared of such outrages. The Chambers fiMueller Co. have just finished a 120 foot well for the Barnstead farm, 6 miles north of Milk Kiver, which has 60 feet of fine drink- ing water. fine in the town to accommo- date the family of the foreman of the round house who will of necessity re- quire to be a permanent resident of Coleridge. J. B. Morrow visited Medicine Hat on Thursday of this week. WINNIFRED Wiunifred, Aug. 19.- NEWS -Mrs. T. Manin a farmer from south of Whmlfred, has rented a building from the C. P. R. to run a restaurant in North Wiuriifred. A. J. Bissett just finished Cutting a sixty acre patch of spring wheat which he thinks will yield about five bushels to the acre in spite of the dry year. Winnifred is looking fine since the two big showers of rain we had last week. There is about six inches of moisture now, at least. Darrel Fisher, the clerk in the Fish- er Mercantile Co. store who has a homestead just a short distance north- east of town -is having about twenty acres broken to get an early crop in next year. P. J. De Marce went to Lethbridge last Tuesday on a business trip. Fisher Mercantile Co. are building an addition on their store for a store- room. Earl Watkins is going down to Sas- katchewan in a few days in hopes of finding work. T. T. Main has opened a new butch- er shop on the north side of the C. P. R. track. The C. P. R. fencing gang is now fencing the right of way in the town of Winnifred. Herald Want Advertisements In their own particular sphere are highly economical and efficient LAND FOK SALE FOR SALE OR fruit ranch of ten acres on the shores of beautiful Kootenay Lake in the heart of famous Kaslo fruit dis- trict. Water right; (fine mountain stream) also water piped under pres- sure for general purposes. Six acres cleared; acre fine orchard bearing; al- so all small fruits. Two acres used for nursery past three years. First land selected in the district and the 25'cents per insertion when not seceding 35 in- sertions, PLEASE PAY IN ADVANCE SITUATIONS VACANT at Lethbridge Iron Works. once. The 203-0 servants, for town vh> call when flagged) telephone service and graded road to town, three miles; school, church and post-office within half a mile; ideal home and climate and most profitable industry on earth. Three room house and outbuildings. Worth and will soon advance. Price for quick sale, terms: cash; balance 1, 2, 3 years; 6 per cent, or will exchange for No. 1 wheat land. Address Kootenay Valley Nurseries, Mirror Lake, B. C. 203-6 and country. Apply Y. W. 0. T. U. 207-0 gasoline TO RENT FOR offices to rent in the Post Office Block, and each per month, including light and heat. Apply J. D. Higinbotham. 201-O TO furnished room for gentlemen, modem house, telephone, etc. Apply 425 Bartlett St. 194-0 trac- tion engineer for threshing and plo.ug- ing. Also 1 or 2 good farm hands.. Pawson Bros., Coaldale. Phone L. D. 112. 120-6 TO airy room suitable, for 2 gentlemen, modern convenienc- es and close in. Apply 622 Cutbill St. 191-03 class machinist, none other need apply. Lethbridge Jroii Works Co.. Ltd. 212-3 men for working in ply F. G. Waters, The Eik Lum- woods. Highest going wages paid. Ap- ber Co., Hosmer, B. C. 212-O TO furnished bed room suitable for two; half block south of 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 COLERIDGE Coleridge, Aug. Coleridge DOES YOUR WATCH REPAIRING! If it does, now is the time. Have it put in oerfect order by expert workmen in the shortest possible time, at pric- es most moderate. Any person who has tried our watch repair department knows that when we repair them They are "right." Bring it now. E.A.EWERT JEWELER. Round St. A Postcard sent to -the undersigned asking Mm .to call with Pure Milk and Cream be promptly attended to A sanitary dairy has been fitted up. and one call will make you a satisfied customer E. PELTIER Box 1867 Lethbridge CHINA SAID TO BE ALARMED School Board have engaged Mr. J. B. Morrow, of Burlington, Ont., to take charge of the school here for the cur- rent year. He arrived from the east on Friday of last week and the school opened on Monday last, the 15th, -with a. fair attendance. Mr. Morrow conies to us highly recommended and it is confidently expected that our school, which has lost ground ot'.late from a oo frequent change of 'teachers, iikc irs place.among tie best schools of Southern Alberca. fss Bertha Harper, a. pupil of the Coleridge School passed her exam- inati''iis successfully from the iifth ic the sixth standard at the late depart- mental examinations. As .Miss Har- per is but fourteen years old, her suc- cess is creditable to both herself and the school. The fine showers of last week have produced an almost magic change in the appearance of the country around Coleridge. Instead of the brown, parched hue of 'the last two months the prairie has assumed once more its mantle of green and hopes are now entertained that there -will yet be suf- ficient pasture on the range to supply cattle during the Fall and Winter. The rains have also -enabled homesteaders TO make a start at needed breaking which has been delayed since early Spring on account or the continued dry weatber and consequent baking of the MILK RIVER ITEMS Milk River, Aug. Madge, who took three carloads of cattle to Ontario, arrived safely. Mr. Madge purposes to put two carloads of these on Ms farm there, while the other goes to the Toronto market. P. Burns- shipped -one thousand calv- es during the past week to his abattoir at Calgary. J. Danger.field is leaving for the north for che winter where he takes a position. The Swift Co., of Chicago, shipped a thousand sheep to the abattoir at Ed- monton. MEN WHO KNOW A GOOD THING _____o will jump at this fruit land offer, 200 j ferin St acres in 5 and 10 acre lots at Makin- son's Landing, Arrow Lakes, B. C. Boats call twice daily. Landing in centre of sub-division, all level land, sandy loam, no stone, every block with- in five minutes of boat landing. For particulars and price apply to J. Ste- phenson. Box 5S, Coleman, ilta. 213-6 woman for family washing every Tuesday.Apply 1121 Duf- 213-O FOR acres good pasture land, fenced, flowing spring, very lit- tle bush. Also well adapted for grain growing. Near town. an acre Very easy terms. J. Morgan, Box 28. Olds, Alta. 214-12 Notice PUBLIC have sold out my interests in the Hop Tate Co. restau- rant and bakery, Raymond, and I wil? not be accountable for toy bills that are due, as that is in the contract with the purchaser. WINNIFRED ITEMS Mr. and Mrs. Main have rented the Murray building and started a. res- taurant and butcher shop, which fulfilling a long felt want of the vicini- ty. The name will be -ne C. P. R. Restaurant. -Messrs. Buerhing Bros. Johnson put in a Fairbanks Standard scale last week and; are building a large coal shed and will be able to supply the public with They have good made coal this winter, arrangements to Go. Moke, Raymond 209-f competent Apply 1121 Dufferin St. housemaid. 213-O to run traction engine. Address M. B. Terrell, Lund- breck, Alta, 213-6 girl for confection- ery and ice cream parlor. Apply stat- ing age, experience, if any. references J. A. Virtue. 213-5 and salary expected to Macleod. girl for general housework. Steady place for right par- ty. Mrs. C. R. Carlson, 1206 Courtland St 214-0 TO rooma, larga, double to rent. Majestic theatre. Ap- ply Mrs. H. Cleveland, on TO opposite Herald office on Crabb St., formerly occupied by Empire Cafe. Apply McClure Stewart Agency. 146-O 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 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS sewing at home. Mrs. Vineham, .418 Coutts St. 203-ox located 6 or 7 room house, give price and terms. Apply Box 28, Herald Office. 207-O WANTED TO or 3 good lots in Duff Addition. Give price and terms. Apply Box 28, Herald Office 207-0 FOR modern house on Rogers street, very close in. Apply G. A. Peat Co., Macdonald Block. 207-O TO airy rooms in one of the most .up to date houses in city, nicely furnished, modern conveniences. Will rent reasonable. Close in. Apply 612 Crabb St. 207-6 handle the Heald Dittmer coal. The Heald Dittmer mine is now open, and is ready to supply coal to all those who want it and there are no bad lulls or coulees-to pull over. Mr. and Mrs. P. Coleman. of Whit- la, were business callers in our city last Thursday. This vicinity was visited with a downpour of rain last week and ev- erybody is turning out and getting ready for a bumper crop next year. Did you ever ask a person to do you a good turn and he didn't? There Tenders for Sewer Tenders will be received by the un- dersigned at his office, Macleo'X up to noon of Tuesday 30th August, 1910, for the digging of about feet of sewer 'ditch. Plans, 'profiles and particulars may be obtained at the Barracks. Macleod. Tenders to be sealed and marked "Tenders for and to be ac- companied by an accepted bank cheque for cent of the amount tendered for. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. No payment will be made to any newspaper publishing this advertisement without proper au- thority. P. C. H. PRIMROSE, Supt, Commanding Division. Macleod, 19, S, 10. 213-2 A FIEND AT NIAGARA FALLS Nigara .Falls, Aug. 22. Mike Smith, a Pole, .pleaded to .criminally assaulting two small girls, one six years old, the other under five, tenced to an indefinite term in WANTED TO BUY FROM Raw or partly improved farm, reason- ably close to market. Price and terms must be right. Apply Box 29, Herald Office. 207-O TO furnished rooms in modern house. Mrs. J Lee Johnston 312 Cutbill St.________ 207-O j ROOM PER in first class honse, modern., except Apply 1212 BomDas St 210-Ox WANTED TO seven or TO room, suitable for 2 young men. with board, also ta- ble board. Apply Mrs. J. A. Jones. 3 OS Brunton rit. 212-0 FOR roomed cottage, water, furnace and light. London, near Glyii eight roomed fully modern fiouse by St. ?25.00 per month. R. V.' Gibbons TT 1st September. Apply Box jCo., Phone 1191 Ot{ lo, Herald Office. 209-6 i 213-6 to pasture sections good pasture field. on 4 Plenty of grass, river water and about 200 acres green feed. Price until the end of the year, or 75c per head per month. Apply Baron E. leszen- szky, Gladys P. 0. Alta., (6 miles north of Gladys place on the bank of the Bow River, 19 miles northeast of 211-4 FOR RENT 7 roomed house Argyle Ave.. water and light per mo. R. V. Gibbons Co., Phone 1191, Ott Block. 2 and 8 year old ewes. Will buy outright, or winter on shares on my acre ranch, near Edmonton. Frank Lane.. Alberta Hotel Edmonton. 211-12 213-6 TO on Dufferin St, all modern conveniences. Apply within or 323 William St. 2l4-6x TO on William St, one street east of Westminster. Rent. Apply next door or 323 William St. 1 214-6x FOR farm 160 acres six miles from Lethbridge. Apply Alf. j Hozelton, Box 394, Lethbridge. 214-0 SHEEP AND HORSES ewes 2 to 4 years old, 300 year- ling colts. Will buy for spot cash or winter on my acres ranch east of Edmonton on shares. Frank Lane Alberta Hotel, Edmonton. 212-12 and furniture sen- i repairing done right and cheaply, also is a fair example- of it here. IF YOUR ARE POSTED ON BREAD QUALITY try a loaf of ours and pass judgment upon it Note its lightness moisn- ness, close-ness and toothsomeness. Pekin, Aug. Chinese Press is expressing alarm over the pros- pects of China loosing her outlying publishes frequent stor ies of alleged semi-military encroach- ments by Russia in Mongolia and other border provinces. The news- papers are suspicious oi Bri- tain .as a third party to the Russo- Japanese understanding which soil. .-n.aough many of them have suffered severely from the drouth this What the C R R' is year are facing' the disappoint- ment and loss bravely and cheerfully Just here at present. Kendall, our dob artist is busy these and looking forward hopefully to bet- the office of the ter success next year. Our school was closed on Thursday to give the children an opportunity of attending the Fall Fair at Medicine Hat A considerable number of our Coleridge people who are not children also took in the Fair on either Thurs- day or Friday and report large crowds and a fairly successful exhibition of if arm and dairy products, notwithstand- not permit China to achieve sover- !jng IQe dry season eigs-authoriiy which she is now seek- Your correspondent was one of those WHEN YOU CAN HAVE SUCH BREAD of City Bakery Ford St. Beside Fiie Hall i Phone 1181 ing to establish in Thibet. The Unit- took a dav off to visit a Fair in ed _States consul general at Tientsien wesT for the first time> j t-icularly interested in a very credit- able display of .the work of pupils from byT allies, [the Medicine Hat schools, principally a speech j from the Montreal St. School. The free hand drawing and map drawin were very good, especially maps of the British Empire and Alberta, drawn bv commemorate the partition of the em- j pupils from rhe fifth and sixth pire. _ tells of a dinner held bv influential v Chinese on the tenth anniversary without the bother of making it, and i the capture of that citv at less cost -than you can bake it' yourself, what is 'the .use of bother- ing with home baking One member of the told of the disaster of the fall of Tientsien and then stated derisively that in another decade- thev would has been struck at BUILDING SITUATION QUIET AT WINNIPEG Winnipeg, Aug. building j LAME BACK situation is very quiet on account of} "P A The C. P. R. people are rushing the work on the extension being built to the round house here The The Board of Health North Tor- have been onto rested ,n a body. endeavor Natural gas Malton, Ont. the bricklayers' lockout. Work is be- ing continued by other trades on some j structures, but operations are still at a standstill on many large contracts. Union officials claim that owners of buildings under construction have taken the jobs out of the hands of the contractors and are pushing the work themselves. No statement is given out on behalf of the guilders' exchange today, but the general is made that the situation is able to the contractors. {CURED IN TEN DAYS OR V BACK YOUR The moment yo.u suspect any Kid- ney or Urinary disorder, or feel Rheumatic pains, begin taking FIG PILLS Fig Pills are sold with a guarantee to cure all Kidney, Bladder or Liver trouble. Indigestion and all Stomach Disorders. ?1.00. TALK IS MISLEADING But five minutes spent in our yard will convince voS that we have EVERYTHING YOU WANT an4 the best MATERIAL. Headquarters for WAGON STOCKS, GUM BOARDS. Beech, Birch and Maole Flooring, Screens, Etc. Come once, and you'll alwavs come to Citizen's Lumber Co, Ltd. Yard Office Phone 362. Baronet s Road. Gen'l Office Phone 334. get it for the rush of business that is ex- pected -when the grain begins to mox-e. Perhaps at no other place in the west outride of the large cities can such a scene of activity be witnessed, as in the railway yards at Coleridge. I have been credibly informed that 1600 cars have been counted, in the yards here at once. The capacity of" the yards is over seven miles of track. Ed. Nicholson, who is foreman of one of the section gangs on the C. P. R here, wi-ib his wife and children, are spending a couple of weeks holidays at Milestone. Sask. The company is also erecting a Farmers Lumber Company here. is badly in need of a doc- tor and drug store, which would have a large field; also a hotel, barber shop and Harness shop. P. Watkins and Crawford Bros, leave next Monday for Regina with teams to work with the C. P. R. construction crew there. Mr. Pretty arrived last Thursday from Rossland, B. C.. and will start serving his time on his homestead. The members of several fraternal orders of this vicinity are going to put their heads' together and -build a large two-storey building this fall. The storey will be used for a hall and meetings of the different or- ders. The first storey will be fixed up for a store to rent. CANADIAN Special Rates to Toronto Exhibition Aug. 27 to Sept. 12 Tickets on Sale Aug. 20 to Sept. 4. Final Return Limit Sept.'23, 1910. Transit Limit 10 days in each direction For Full Particulars Apply to nearest Agent, or to G. McNEILLJE, Dist. Pass. Agent., Calgary, Alta. S. B. MITCHELL, Local Agent., LETHBRIDGE. furniture packed for removal; T i. T j t. -r, a. ikinds of house jobbing. Apply John s Industrial School, Toronto. vard Tailoring Co., 330 Crabb St all Har- LOTS FOR have some fine building lots on water and sewer at snap prices. Some are only open for a few days. Let us talK it over with you. Phone 544. Glyn Street Sher- lock Building. The Dowsley-McMillan Land Company. Both children are in care of cian. physi- Be sure and take a bottle of Cham- berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy with you -when starting on your trip this summer. It cannot be obtained on board the trains or steam- ers. Changes of water and climate of- ten cause sudden attacks of diarrhoea, and it is best to be prepared. Sold by all druggists. FOR SALE Fully modern eight room- ed house in central part of city on locate 1-2 section rea- sonable distance from Lethbridge. Ap- ply Box 1, Herald office. cow. Apply W H Fail-field, Experimental Farm" 213-6 Lethbridge Herald. 211-6 SHEEP want' severa FOR lots near Fair Grounds. Two months ago these lots were sell- ing for to per lot These lots must be sold at a sacrifice now to meet payments. Will now sell for ?10 JOHN R. Soliei-i__________________________ tor, etc., Hill Block, Room 4, Redpath FOR yearling and St. hundred good healthy ewes to winter i castl balance per taxes and no interest until paid for. Ti- tle given any lime. Best chance ever offered to get a fine building lot ar half price. W. H. Johnson Land Co.. Johnson Block, 323 Round St. 212-6 FOR SALE- on shares, or would buy. Mutton breed wanted. Chas. H. Crocker Sons, Pine Lake P. 0., Red Deer Dis- tn'ct- 213-O MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE WANTED A few more teams to haul gravel to the city sidewalks. Apply W. G. HOLE Redpath St. West two year old well bred two three, four and five year old fat wethers; head of 6 year old ewes; 150 head of grade Lincoln bucks. Will sell on time with good security. P. H. Buckley, Sweet Grass Montana. 207-2P FOR going picture fram- ing business, bridge. Apply Box 2003, Leth- 209-6 AUCTION SALES Conducted on short notice. Sat- isfaction guaranteed. Live stock and implements a specialty. J.A. Smith, 414 Wood St., Lethbridge; Alberta. Regular sales at J. C. Graves' Sale Barn, Wood St, on the second and fourth Tuesday, of each month. r UA large Victor Grama phone and 40 records. Mahogany fin- ish. Bargain for ojiick sale. Apply 704 Courtland, after 6 p.m. 210-0 By owner, two lots on Norman St., X W. "Also one modern five roomed connection lights, cellar, well'finished, just com- pleted. One. well built shack on sec- ond lot. Renting for per -month- Price for 2, with terms, 1718, Norman St., N. W. 212-6 FOR new 6 roomed house, situated on corner lot close to London Rd. A Snap at and only cash. Balance per month. i at lift "Rniinri