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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 25, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta TMt teTMBRIOOe LAILY HERALD. WEDWSgPAY. AUGUST 38, HW. WW a The Herald Headquarters for Office Stationery of all kinds Fully Equipped the Trade in All Branches of Expert Mechanics Machinery If and the Latest you have not tried us for your work, let us turn you out a trial order WILL TRY AND GEITMORE LAND Council Talk* the New Park Offer Over Letter Heads Bill Heads Statements Envelopes Phone 106 Invitations Announcements Circulars I aphlets Etc., etc.^  FELL AND WAS KILLED UNCLE SAM OUTDISTANCED (Quebec, Aug. 24.-John Fitagevald, i Washiaj^ton; Aug. 24.-In the rac� ag^ 72, �( E^Bt HereJord, fell from tor trade with .Vrgontine Bepublic the irindow of a boarding house here'tho United States, mako.s about Only at midnight and �was killed. He was one-third the showing of Great BiHt-�ri a pilgrimaKe to St. Anne de Beau- ain, ond is also boat Re'minKtdil. �] writer with fabulaior,' at! ' Apply Citizens Lumber yard.. FOR SALE-Stable, must be from propeity. Apply Geo. W. WheUh-- hbri---------- en, Lethhridge Woollen Co. b, FOR SALE CHEAP-A new"J^yeii^' ro'omed fully modern house onrCottiiia^ near^ new ply Ux. a. T. Jftratton. heVbt i bridge. Alberta. S1S4 North Ward and selected , the they thought most, suitable for a Park i>ut had not been able to find Mr. Naismith. The matter was referred to the same committee, and thc.v will look after the other park matter with the company. Aid. Bowman wanted to know where the money was coming from, and . was assured that the company was prepared to give the city any amount of time to pay for the land, sir. Bowman expressed himself as favorable to get all the land if it could be' secured with a small cash poyment. WANTED-A work. Apply Crabb Si. 1 for .rs. E. light house. J. Hill, 410 ai2-0 WANTED-Young girl to asaist with ligiit housework. Apply Mrs. James Dnfierin St. FOR SALE OR TRADE-A regUWinp; Clydesdale ptallion. gentle to �banata?: weight about 1760. WUl trade ht mares, milk cows, eto. Write OeoV' A. Davis, Seo. Warner. , Slfr-ll A.'McDonald, 1266 S12-0 WANTED-A iCty Bakei*. first clae�> bak'cr . at 814.0 WANTED-Two dining Balmoral Hotel. room Rirla. 315-0 FOR SALE-New 5' room house aql^^' two lots in North Ward, (or less thato^ cost of house. Small cash paymeirt|l^ Balance good terms. Party li^ivilic city and must sell. W.H.: Johnson;;; Room 6, Bryan Block. 3114 WANTED-An experienced snlcsman. Apply Box 37, dothin Herald 316-0 FOR SALE-1 Democrat waggon ISO; separator 160;' scales |5;v 3 oburna;;; 18; three milk cows. |46 eaefa. ranch of A. McNab,, St. Ifair'a^ (Crows Nest Line). MOVED TO VANCOUVER London, Aug 24-Mr. W. P. Atkins, local manager of Bradstreets, has been transferred to Vancouver, B. C. where he will have charge of Bradstreets in that city. WANTED-Good general servant or housekeeper; one wHo can � take charge oi house. Apply Lethhridge Meat Market. 316-0 WANTED-An experienced tailor. Apply Box 37, Herald 216-6 T. E. PATTESON Office, Oliver Block. Phone 387. WANTED-A general servant for housework. Apply Mrs. George Tay lor. 650 Bartlett St., City. 216-6 WiAN^ED-First class patOem-niak.' er and two first class maohinistS: and fitte-s: Apply. Lethhridge ^Iron Woris, City. 2166 Stetfler Lots this week only $15 each CLEAR TITLE TWO OF the best' Residential Lots in Lethhridge on Glyn Strieet, close in, $1,000 each, on easy terms SITUATIONS WANTED TENDERS Will receive tenders up till Aug. Slst for digging a hole 4x5 feet 375 feet deep to coal. Timbered with 3 inch cedar plank, with ladder spiked Mi �West side Section 8-10.82 W. 4. ALEX McWILLIAM, 308-12 Regina, Box llflS. WANTED-r-Position on ranch or-; farm where steady work can be obtained as manager or laborer.' Apply at once Box 19, Herald office. , 216-3 WANTED-Dressmaking to be done at home by experienced dressmaker Apply 425 Bartlett St., City. 164 WANTEW^Pcsition by hardware clerk with six years' experience. Southern Alberta preferred. Apply Box K., Herald office. 2184 to urnt. TO RENT-Furnished' office in Ott Block. Immediate possession. APPlr W. Ott. 197^ FURNISHED ROOM8-to let, in new niodern house. Terms moderate. Ap ply Mrs. Jones, third house from Round on south side of Brunton St. 19^0 Would You Like to Own Ihis Beautiful Home ? THIS OPPORTUNITY IS YOURS-WILL YOU GRASP IT? These Lot* Are in the City of STETTLER, Within 3 Minutes Walk of Centre of City Stetfler is a town of 2,000 population. It will have 4 railroads. It in surrounded with as line quality of fftrniing land as there is in Canada. Men of judgment are predicting that it will havp a population of 10,000 people within 5 years. You have been used to paying upwards of $100 lor lots in soiw. new townsite far away or a sub-division several miles away from the liiain district of u city, but here- is an opportunity to buy a good high and dry lot within a stone's throw of the heart of an ..... �  - with railroads, banks and fine business establshed city-blocks. one Will tiie Opportunity Ever Come Again to You? Can You AKord To Let It Pats? Nol Tlieii act now, a.s these lots are only im the market for 6 days. How many m^n do you know who have, became independent througli investing in lots and then leaving them lie for a lew years' This was done in wliolly unimproved cities. Tliink how much greater i� the opportunity in Stfettler and how .soon it may comi' to you. Buy from 1 to 10 of thr-se lots for yourself and one for each meinbrr of your family. Opportunity comes to each man but oncfi, It is now knocking at your door. It is for you to decide, and the man who succeed* is the man wlio .acts, so do it now. Whether yon buy or not, call and see our plan, and get full particulars. Office Open Every Night Telephone us and one of our representatives will take pleasure Jn calling at your residence with full particulars. Freeman, Macleod & Graham, Phone, write or wire �s the nvmber of lots you wish restrved Lethhridge Alberta SEALED TENDERS addressed to the undersigned and marked on the envelope "Tenders for Grazing," will be received up to 12 o'clock noon on the 1st day of October next, for a license for grazing on that portion of the Blackfoot Indian Reserve south of Bow river, in the Province of Alberta. The terms and conditions governing this license will be furnished by the Secretary of the Department of Indian Affairs. Ottawa, or by J. H. Gooderham, Indian Agent at Oleich-en, on application. The highest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted. The unauthorized insertion of this advertisement will not the paid fok. Each tender shall be accompanied by a copy of the terms and conditions above mentioned and by a marked cheque for $600.00, which will be returned to the unsuccessful tenderers. J. D. McLEAN, ? Secretary. Department of Indian Affairs. Ottawa, August 9, 1909. BOOMS TO RENT-Rooms and wash iiig 16 a month. Apply Mrs. CM. Holland, at the end of O.P.R. Bridge 202-Ox. TO RENT-Furnished room in mod em house, dose in. Suitable for two gentlemen. Apply 1st house on Cut-bill St. oft Baroness Road opposite Tennis Court. 206-0 ROOMS TO RENT-Furnished or un furnished, in a fully modem house, including hot and cold water, bath, telephone, etc. Call at once 436 Bartlett St. 2134 TOR RENT-House on Brunton St owned by Mr. Grace, third house from "Riverview." Apply at office of P P. Conybeare, K. C. 2114 TO RENT-A comfortable furnished room, suitable for one or two young ladies. 1002 Baroness Road, Ist house pa.?t tennis court. 215-6 SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH WEST LAND REGULATIONS MISCELLANEOUS FOR SAtI;; 1c FOR SALE-1 J.I.Caee ateel eepai�-t ator, with self feeder; and high liag- ^-ger; 1 International Et^ester OoV ,:yi gasoline engine 15 h.p, trnction. Haa> ' been used only bliort time two aea- � sons; all in good running order, iAd- ^ ' dress Oscar Vroom, Mountain Mill,' ' � " P.O, Alta. UlSf C; CANARIES ^^ANTED WANTED-To purchase, two eananC birds, either sex. Apply Mrs.dood-p rich, over 317 Round St.. room 4c 8164'^ LOST 4 LOST OR STOLEN-A halter and 100 feet chain taken from a oow belongs ing to J. H. Wallace. Finder will please return to J. H: Wallace. .Btir-?.vv dett St. 19S.0. ; ---!--ri" ^ LOST-On Tuesday night betweeiis; f; Duff addition and Dr. Galbraith'�t' house gold watch, 17 jewel. Elgin > , movement. Double chairi- and loek^*? et attached. Reward of |9 giTeni^foi|:' return to Herald office. 811-0 LOST-Two bay hortes, aged S yeani^iiv weight 1400 lbs. Both had white taaea.' One branded inverted V over C vati right side of neck. Brand nol via-v ible on other but if may it waa mV "flying A." One ha4 Bomap. noae.;; Reward $90 for return to Albeit,' Klopsh. North Ward. Letbbridga. 144, LOST OR STRAYED One dark red cow with white stiip|| on. back.' branded H D S ion alde^ii Cow was dehorned and had a widjsl strap and rope attached. I>aat aeenti six miles south of city; Reward.' Ber.i;, turn or notify J. Reding. North Ward;' city. 3194 TO RENT-Furnished rooms suitable for married couple, also room for young man or woman. Apply S. W. Tuckwell, c-o News Office or nn premises,- fourth occupied ' houfee south of Henderson's, Crabb St. 15-6 STRAYED-About April 1st from ourv: camp three miles west of Lethhridge,: three geldings. One dark bay weigh-" ing about 1460 lbs., branded P left] shoulder, left hind ankle large. One: light bay branded P left ahouMer;;: weighing about 1460 lbs. One lights bay weighing about 1600 lbs., aliek. S foundered on front feet, somewhat; lame, foretop and mane under collar shorn. All in good condition. Thirty dollars reward for informs./ tion that will lead to their recovery of the three, or $10.00 for any one of > them. Notify Janse Bros;, Oamrose Alta, 20040 $75 REWARD-For return of tour, mares branded LM on left shoulder, and seven geldings branded 7L on Jelt hip. Notify A. A. Johnston^ Lethhridge, Alta, 8094 '1 TO UKNT-Eight roomed house on Ford St. Apply Eugene Heytens, at Belgium Restaurant. 215-6 .^ny pergou wtio is trie sole head o( a family, ur any male over 18 yeari old, may homestead a ot available Dominion land in Mani coba, daslcatchewau or Alberta. Thi applicant must appear in person a) the Dominion Lands Agency or Bub-Agency for the district. Ent'y b) proxy may be made at sny ageno) tar of intending homesteader. Duties.-Six months' residence upor and cultivation of the land in eaob of thrrn years. A homesteader ma; live wiitiin nine miles of nia home stead on a farm of at least iO aorei solely owned and occupied bjr him oi by his father, mother, son, daughter brother or sister. In certain districts a hometteadsi in good standing mar pre-empt t quarter-section alongside his home stsad. Price $3.00 per acre. Duties -Must reside six months in eaeb of six years from date of homestead entry (including the time required tc earn homestead patent) and enltivat* fifty acres extra. .>A homesteader who bat eihanated hi* homestead right and eannot ob' tain a pre-emption may take a pui chased bomeatead in oerlaiadistrtets Price $9.00 per aere. DuKes.-Mast reside six months in each of thre� fears, cultivate fltty acres and ereei a house wo*tb $900,00. W.W.OORY. Deputy Uinistet ot the Inter., . N.B.-Onauthorled pubU�atL tof. TO RENT-For store, cement building on Glyn St., opposite Sherlock' etor'S. Altered to suit. Apply. Turpin Furniture Co. 214-6 TO RENT-Rooms, Apply nor Ford St. gentlemen only. 216-1 FURNISH 15D ROOM-To let in private family, suitable for one or two gentlemen.' jVpply 1210 Fisher St. 216-6 TO RENT-3 furnished rooms in private house with bath. Snitaible for voung gentlemen. Apply Box 91v City. 216-6 BOARD AND ROOM WANTED-Board and room in quiet private home by young man. Box 225, Herald. 209-Ox STRAYED-Froin Sec. 32-11-21, early in June, one dark sorrel gelding about ten .years old, rangy built,: large hook joints, no brand, weight, about 1200 lbs. Finder will be rewarded by returning to or address-; ing L. 0. Barrett, Barrhill, Alta. 1512 NOTICE Those having accounts against the Lethhridge and District Agricultural. Society are requested to have_ the same presented to the undersigned; on or before Wednesday, August 25,: as the society is desirous of paying all outstanding account%^as soon as; possible. W. B. BURNETT, 2106 Secretary-Treasurer NOTICE A* W^ CAN SELL YOUR LAND FOR SALE-We can sell your land at prices that can't be beat. W^ can sell you good land from $10.00 up to $16.00 per acre, in any quantity from one quarter up to as much ai 160 sections in one block. Terms, one-tenth of the purchase price m cash and the balance in nine equal annual instalments with interest at 6 per cent, on the unpaid balance. The Empire Land Co., upstairs in Ott Blook, P.O. Box 60. Phone 394. : 191-0 NOTICE is hereby given that in aO-cordanee with the provisions of The,',' Irrigation Act the Municipality of^.'. tlie City of Lethhridge hav.e filed tho/ necessary memorial and plans requlr-.' -v' ed by Sections 13 and IS.of the-said:~'i' Act with the Qommissioner of Irr{ga*4.i<., tion at Calgary Alta ' yrr- The applicant municipality appli^?; es for the right to divert forty ouDif)^ feet of water per second ffom thi^K; Belly River on the southeast quartsxf/ of Section 36 Township 8. Rapge SSjtiir' west of the 4th Meridian. foif;o*h.ei^;'' weiterworks purposes' and for the ri^tl; to construct tho necessary woi' shown by the mcmorialiand filed to enable the water so; 4i! to be used for the. said otheK works purposes in the str??t�,: and roads of t^e said city., - Dated at I.etbbrid{|e, Alt*.: 4th day of August; 1900. ;