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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 25, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta jjieJLetlibridge Daily Herald, Thursday, August EAT EXCELSIOR CAFE OPPOSITE THE EUREKA very best cuisine in the city__ Quick Service. Short Orders a 'Regular .25c to 50c COMMUTATION MEAL BOOKS 53-00 for................S2.75 for E. A. EWERT FOB WATCHES' All grades at mod- erate prices. We extend a cordial in- vitation to inspect our new and com- plete stock-. E.A.EWEKT JEWELER, Round St. 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, raid cue call will make yon a satisfied customer DREADNOUGHT MANIA IS FOOLISH Condemned by King of Italy as Short Sighted -Milan, Aug, interview with I T" t t V Vsii V r. btead published in a tor-s meeti last ni ht the. t Paper today. The subject is the ques- pllblished in Cal t_ tion dsarmament. ARE GOING TO NAIL THE LIE To Get After the Story About Drunken !n- ians at Fair At the Agricultural Society direc- ng T0 be aa inte with Duncan -U-. is said to have declared Campbell Scott, of the Department that when he visited tHe King of Italy jorindiail AffairS) sayiag that three years ago the King announced j five Indian? were arrested for the "Dreadnought mania T Herald Want Advertisements In thir own particular .phere are highly economical and efficient LAND FOR SALE FOR SALE fruit ranch of ten acres on the shores of beautiful Koofenay Lake in the heart of the famous Kaslo fruit dis- i trict. Water right; (fine mountain trearn) also water piped under pres sure for general purposes. Six acres 25 per insertion when not eceeding 35 in- sertions, PLEASE PAY IN ADVANCE SITUATIONS VACANT FOR RENT-TWO the Post Office Block, and each per mpjuh. TO furnished roonffor if u I n 1 t AVI cleared; acre fine orchard bearing; al at once. The house- .1 1T -I. 1. -t T 1 m W 4 r- V t-C Jjlil'tlPtt' servants for town i so all small fruits. Two acres used or nursery past three years. First Lethbridge Iron Works. v, i- r lor cowu i1? 'n Md and country. Apply Y. W. 0. T. LJ. 207-0 i best. Right on lake shore (boats all! es and close modern Apply 622 Cutbill" St. _ 191-ox bein as a most; drunk at Lethbridge during the fair i loolish investment of public capital, i was denounced as a lie, which should "In five years' the King said, j be nailed to its author without de- "a of perfection will have been I ]av. Qn the motion of W. Oliver, reached in the science of flying which seconded br Mayor Adams, it was will show how short-sighted the policy j decided to secure sworn-to records of is eo so on multiplying these monster I the Lethbridge courts during .fair sMps- jweek, contradicting the slander nub- "They offer a splendid target 10 an j lished in the Calgary News and other all when flagged) telephone service I men for working- in tud graded road to town, three miles; G- Waters, The Elk Lum- ehool, church and post-office within i Highest going wages paid. Ap- fw .alf a mile; ideal home and climate i Co.. Hosmer, B. C. j Central! .nci most prontcible industrv on earth oc. Throe room house and Worth and will so'on advance Price for quick sale, cash; balance 1, 2, 3 years- e i to run traction room block south of Ox SS5.S? per cent, or will exchange for No. 1 Address M. B. Terrell, Lund' wheat land. Address Kootenay Valley Nurseries, Mirror Lake, B. C. 203-6 MEN" j h will jump at this land offer acres in 5 and 10 acre lots at Ma kin. i sou's Landing, Arrow Lakes, B Boats call twice daily. Landin Dobbin. 310 Glyn St. rimart girl for confection- i T0 i ery and ice cream parlor. -to experience, if an to Apply stat- _____172-0 D for 172.o' RJiNT-' to Kurnlshoa rooms. Majestic t 97-0 enemy, oa-d the loss of one of :hem, with all. on board, would be an im- rnense national disaster.' j "During experiments recently papers, the same to be the Lethbridge press for publication and copies forwarded to the Commission- of Indian Affairs at Ottawa. j ried out in America oranges thrown Not to Loan Tent I from an aeroplane travelling forty A resolution was passed the re- i miles an hour struck the bridge of of the secretary the j warship at which they were aimed, j loan or-rental to anyone for anv pur- j Tilings Uke .this should be ample i pose Of the society's large warning- that a. two million pound [out a majoritv vote of the directors WRITING THEIR E battleship may be crippled by an aero- plane costing 450 pounds. ".Moreover, since an aeroplane manner Jn cam- two passengers, it would be easy at wfaose 3n trainins immediately and'being a the bridge, jstruments Co., Johnson Block, 323 Round St. 212-6 yll-OO Timothy hay, carload lots _per ton. Large contracts, spe- Frank Lane Alberta Hotel. 212-1? urniture for removal; all of jobbing. Apply Har- rard Tailoring Co., 330 Crabb St, opno per month. R. V. Gibbons 1191. Ott Block. 213-6 7 roomed house water and _ r0 R. A'. Giobons Co., Phone 1191, Ott Block. 213-6 TO on Dufferin St, all' TO William St. "LET Apply within or 214-6X site new Herald office. 212-6 locate 1-2 section rea- sonable distance from Lethbridge Ap- ply Box 1. Herald office. 212-e cow. Apply W. H. Fairfield, Experimental Farm. 213-6 Edmontou. SHEEP want several hundred good healthy ewes to winter on shares, or would buy. Muttor H. Crocker Deer JDis- 213-0 Chas. ons. Pine Lake P, 0., Shack on William St., one street east of Westminster. Rent SS Apply next door or 323 William St _________________________ 214-6X POR farm 160 acre! six miles from Lethbridge. Applv Alf Hozelton, Box 394, Lethbridge, 2.14-0 FOR room house, water sewer and electric lights, per mo' Apply 1248 Bompas St." 2l4-6x -ciuse in, s 510 a month. Best shack in town. Ap- ply Box 1916. .Phone 1418. 913.6 STABLE TO 533 GiVU 2l4rO a month. 642, Glyn St. -Michel: Peter Judge, Fernie: T. Thomas, Coal Creek: W. R., Puckey. Coal Creek; Leroy Tavlor. Michel- Thomas Smith, Fernie: Walter Price, Upngilt- honorable life. sistent- and God-fearing member the Methodist church, and lived In the coming year it is 'the inten- t special and thus sav: Jng his hfe. -of Business KL? L give appeafence in bear- Apparentl; i a bluff the bear had been lying the trail, and seeing ._ the .bcv pass, had followed him. catch- The funeral rlress> in mein. that comes from i llim at the bridge. Bruin ?ave Coal Creek; R. Heaps, Cook, Passburs Michel: board, water col- r> 1 set of 10 vol Library, l set of 15 vol. of Science Library, and several other sets. office, or horse power plowing en. also stable, 7omer oi it _. Bartleu af "J gine and outfit complete for cattle OT horses. Also a small bunch of or cattle to run. T Write to Whitne-- 3. Address box 35, Herald iBros" Alta. 215-C apply 542, Glyn St. 213-61 seel pertj-. to R. St. secondThand I cte'atonce. Apply Box econd hand bicy- i TO RENT Will be vacant Sept. 1st. Apply P. Wallace, Oliver Block, Round 215.6 STRIKE ENDS Pit-tsburg, Aug. P. J. .conduct the final onsequies in the ab-.'Jines of sence of The Methodist pastor, Rev T1iere Mr. Finlav. There ar against the union steel be ended Saturday. The strike has been on for nineteen months and men were affected. LWO cases of typhoid McArdle of the Amalgamated Associa- community at present! Henrr courts, cricket tion of Iron, Steel and Tin Workers, and Chas. Miller are the pa- ispaces announced last night that the strike tienls who contracted the disease. operators .The is being treated at the hospital and the latter at his home. Good bags are already in evidence among local duck shooters. The dis- agreeable the ardor Rev. MI occupy the pulpit of the Presbv'terian church OJ1 Sunday evening. Shortly before noon today raiu be- gan to fall and has continued to do so up to the time of writing. jn the course of the rainfall several heavv showers 01 snow occurred. found. are three separate buildings T-ne Berries being scarce this vCa, school, a residence and gymnasium, j bears are getting bold and hun'-n- i Uerft at-p oivhraa-n ___ a and -shirt were tents, one 17x17, one SxlO and two one Edison phonograph with and a piano harp; also one suite one sewing machine. p 'the Harvard Tailoring olfce f.' of C. B. WANTED, SECOND HAND j Block. Highest cash Drice paid for such as la i OFFICES TO dies' and gents' cast oft e'otlaing, shoes Sherlock Buildins furniture, carpets, rugs, watches, jewel- itorinc _215-0 fireproof Free heat and jan- 216-3 LCiliiJ? 1 T_ fc, pitch and football j e of the animal, otherwise he is none the worse for his-adven- JJurmg the present summer tore to be made that the buildings may be more com- i RICH LEGACY the sea washed acres of ihe rf.-itish Poultry, butter and eggs. the Harvard Tailoring Co., 33 Herald ware- feet Can have Possession Sep. s and more comfortable. The corporation has recently pur chased a new property some distance NEW GROCERY Carrying a Full Line of Groceries, Teas, Coffees. Fruits and Tobaccos THE SUE WOO CHANG CO. FONG (Manager) Baroness Ar- lington Hotel i years' Calsary's b.uild ments wil1 FOR SMITHVILLE" MAN Ont., Aug. Smithville, states that bv (but it has also added j land gained, however, is useless. The at present AUTOMOBILE SEIZED AT CANADIAN BORDER Abbey, near Wy- combe, Buckinghamshire, England, he has fallen heir to the estate and title, together with a legacy pounds Coal, Ice and PRAYING Western Transfer Co. LONGBROS.Prcprietors Office next Arcade Phone 1163 Niagara Falls, Aug. A handsome new barber's chair ha- !Inspector Jamcs Cohen> made an im- st been placed by Mr. Steel in his' I seizure at the Canadian end hair-dressing establishment j C L'pper Arch BridSe yesterday. I To attend the Normal school aJi" Delraar- Toronto, entered a ninety Calgary, Misses Marion White Mabpl Thomas automobile, at 10------------- a yaluation of fifteen hundred.dollars while the customs officers claim it is easily worth four thousand. Inspector j w-_ TW iUXlI., j Ramsay and Nellie Hodgkins left f that city the early part o week. J- holding the Position in the Bank of Commera branch here, has been removed to Carman gay. DEATH OF MR. R. FISHER .Montreal, August message I received from the Eastern Townships j tonight, announces the deatn there i to day of Roswell Fisher, a brothe- of the Hon. Sydney Fisher, the Can adian Minister of Agriculture TALK IS MISLEADING Butjive minutes spent in our yard will convince you that we -have eVtftVTHlNG YOU WANT and the best MATERIAL. Headquarters for OAK WAGON STOCKS, GUM BOARDS, Beech, Birch and Maple Flooring, Screens, Etc. Come once, and you'll alwavs come to Yard Office Phone 362. Baroness Road. Gen'I Office Phone 334. Cohen seized the car on the grounds thatrit was under-valued. R. E Al- ton, Paris, Ont., entered a motor cycle at a valuation of a hundred dol- lars, claiming that the machine was worth two hundred. Inspector Cohen also seized it. In order to secure- their property Delmar and Afton will be required to pay the full valuation of the machines besides thirty-five Per cent. duty. If they do not take this action, legal proceedings will be begun against them, it is said. T. N. CHRISTIE CO. Real Estate and Financial Brokers. Agents Diamond- City Townsite. Insurance, Loans T. N. Christie, Notary Public, Diamond City, Alta. take horses to for the 'winter or on shares for three years. Apply to Lundbreck, Alta. .George Special Kates to Toronto Exhibition Aug. 27 to Sept. 12 Tickets on Sale Aug. 20 to Sept. 4. Final Return Sept. 23, 1910, Transit Limit 10 days'in each direction For Full Particulars Apply to nearest Agent, or to R. G. McNEILLlE, Dist. Pass. Agent., Calgary, Aita. S. B. MITCHELL, Local Agent., LETHBRIDG'E. WANTED A few more teams to haul .gravel to the city sidewalks. Apply W. G. HOLE Redpath St. West WANTED TO Unlimited quauti- ties of second hand furniture, stoves ladies' and gents' cast off clothing and shoes, all kinds of musical instru IFOR SAI meats, -tools, -guns, pistols, satchels harness and saddles, watches and jewelry. Pay highest market price? BaftPtr Water, ligbt and sewer. 216-0 for bides, furs and old metals. Alberta 2nd Hand Store, 716 Methodist Church. Box 2104. Fully modern eight room- house in central part of city on mrt <3r gell .mme_ Address Box 50. 211-6 diately for Lethbridge Herald. Phone 1457. P. 0 '2l6-2f South with soldier to file- Office. FOR SALE-4SloTslIeirFalFGTOundF iwo months ago these lots were sell- These lots African Box 23, Herald. 216-F f -u A acres lane" uutli IC Best ctaoe now sell for balance per J and no interest until paid for Ti- AUCTION SALES Conducted on short notice. Sat- isfaction guaranteed. Live stock 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. Notice To Hunter NOTICE TO HUNTKRS No hunting is allowed on any of lands of the Maclntyre Ranch. Par- ties found hunting lay themselves open to prosecution. John Kennev, mgr Magrath, Alta: 205-26 TO HUNTERS-Huuting or shooting of _any kind is strictly prohibited on sperty of Ray Knight, or the Sugar Co. Trespassers will be prosecuted with -the .utmost rigor of the iaw. Ray Knight, Raymond, Alta ____________________________ 2Q5-2G TO or shooting of any kind is strictly prohibited on r.ronerrv of Brimhall Bros Tres- _ W ever price. W. H. Johnson" Johnson Block, 323 Round St. 212-6 FOR owner, two lots on Norman St., N. W. Also one modern roomed house, water connection finished, just com' built shack on sec- lot. Renting for per month for 2, S1200 with terms. Apply St., W. 2j2-g FOR new "6 situated on corner lot close ro London Rd. A Snap at and only 59 focli _ cf !V- Balance per month. ApPlv at 110 RoundjLJntesement. 213 tember 2lsfc. The University of Alberta fl__ Courses Offered In to B. A. and B. Sc decrees APPLIED SdENCE-Leadins to B So decree Wednesday. Sep- 2Sth REGISTRATION AND September endars, and ful! infonati, to forms, cal- THE REGISTRAR, Strathcona, Alts. passers will be prosecuted. Raymond, Alta, HAY HAY anteed against heating or moulding. Write us yo.ur wants. JESSE GONGE CO. Acme, Alta. MARSHALL RAMSEY Produce Brokers Hay, Grain and Produce by car, lowest prices. Phone 676, P. O. Box 2060 No. 2 Begin Block, Lethbridge Brimhall 209-26 NOTICE TO HUNTERS AND OTHERS AO hunting is allowed on any of the lands of the MacMe ranch. feuatiag lay themselves prosecution. E. R. Lowe, Parties open to KOR house; ueu from railway track, Tcrrance S rooms and hall downstairs 2 bedrooms .upstairs, well finished all through. drain etr wired for lights. 5100 cast monthly payments win handle right Apply Box 1997 P.O. MONEY TO LOAN n nn ance on farm and city and Insur. manager. FOR Modern for horses, cattle and farm machinery Party going out on land. Answer quick. Box L.. Herald. _ 213-6 THE PLUMBING CO. Steam and Hot Water Heatlnf Office and Workshop at 610 Burdett It ft. C. McCLURE S. KNAPMAN Investment Co., .Bryan Dufferin street. Notice I have had impounded in the west pound of the city of Lethbridge since August 14th, 7.910, the following: One red cow, branded over bar on left ribs, one white heifsr branded HT connected by quarter circle under- neath on right ribs, and one roan cow, no distinct brand. LESLIE SILLTKER, Acting Chief of Police ;