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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 26, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THI tETHBRIDUC OAlLf HERALD, THURSDAY, AUGUST 26, I9M. KIVL of R IDG WAY'S Famous Old Country Tea and Coffee now being held at the Bentlcy Co. Ltd. You are Cordially Invi- ted to Sample a Cup of these delicious beverages BOW ISLAND DISTRICT (Continued from Pint Peorge ScbaU, thirteen miles .south of Bow Island, has forty acres In crop, oats 'and llax, both good on spring breaking und.'U-ju acres more broken land. Ke has a painted iVatno barn 20x20 feH'' a painted frame granary where he now lives till he buikis a frame house of good size. Next year he will about 100 acres in crop. Ho is also a Squatter, Kd. and John Conciuergoou1 have souatted on Sec. 31, Tp. 8, R. 10. They have vwo frame houses and barns and over eighty acres broken, and u large potato patch and a good garden with a iittle bit of all kinds Of garden vegetables. They will break more yet 'this fail and next spring and, expect to have about 200 acr-es in crop next year. Lewis ilansen who lives about six- teen miles south of Bow Island has fifteen acres in crop sown on spring breaking but cut over two .weeks ago and no.w in the stack. He nas brok- en about thirty acres more since spring and next year will have over sixty-five acres in crop perhaps more for he will break all he can this fall and next spring. H. Hansen, seventeen miles south of Bow Island, has ten acres of fine oats yielding eight big loads and will probably thresh out 500 bushels. .He :6hly arrived here about March 24th and the oats were sown about the middle of May. The average height was over forty inches and so heavy in some spots tiiat they lodged He says te never saw such a crop be- fore, so is well satisfied with. Sunny Southern Alberta. All told he now has sixty acres broken and will'break more so as to have eighty acres of crop next year. There is no school yet south of Bow Island School District, but in another year or two there will be several schools needed between Bow Island Comfort and Coiivenience If you have never experi- enced the pleasures of living in a V Sunshine" heated house, let us tell you that it is a co in fort and -convenience which is fully appreciated. For an average of seven tons of coal to an eight- roomed house, an even tem- sixty-five to seventy can be kept up from October to April." Once a Sunshine Furnace Daily Herald Market Place you hive anything to tell or 10 reit place it iv column. If you want anything use this coluiuu. 25c one insertion 6 insertions for SI SITUATfONS VACANT lor Laundry work. Apply Lethbrldgii Laundry Co. 184-0 'is started there if no work attached tp its operation beyond placing in coal twice a day, and drawing out ashes and filling .water, pan every: other day. "Chains on a pulley fixed in the hall, or room above the cellar, answer the. respective requirements Up, or Closing Off. No caretaker is necessary, no engineer has to be called in. No precautions, beyond following directions, are necessary. If you can run a stove (and who cannot) you can run Sunshine Furnace. 'Phone or call on the furnace man in your town, whose name appears below, and -secure full particulars. will be re- ceived by the undersigned in writ- ing from young ladies desirous of acting as pupil assistants to the Kiu- t dcrgarten- Director Lethbridge schools. No salary attached, must able to use piauo. G. B. Bowman, Secre- tary. 18S-0 .Must be able to cook. Wages a month. Apply 314 Cutbill St., 1st house off Redpath. _ 210-10 girl to assist with light housework. Apply Mrs. James A. McDonald, 1255 Dufferin St. 212-0 iCty Bakery. first at 214-0 dining Balmoral Hotel. room girls. 215-0 PROPERTY FOR SALE FOR Remington type- writer with tabulator, at a bargain. Apply Citizens Lumber yard. 187-0 TOR from property., Apply Geo. W, Whd- en, -Woollen Co, 199-0 FOR SALE new seven roomed fully modern house on Coutis near new ,Central Apply P. "South Alberta Lum ber Co., Phone 225. 200-0 FOR modern house, 9 rooms with bath, hall, situated "Riv- ervic on south side of. Brunton St., 4th -house west of entrance to Athletic Grounds. Price -will handle. Apply Owner, and save commission. .Ed. Kennedy, Lethbridge Hotel Barber, Shop. 14-6 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE. FOR SALE OR registered Clydesdale stallion, gentle to handle weight about 1759. Will trade for mares, milk cows, etc. Write Geo. A. Davis, Sec. 6-3-9, Warner. 210-12 FOR Democrat waggon 160; separator scales 2 churns three milk cows, each. -At rancih of A. McNab, St. Mary's (Crows ISfest FOR J.I.Case steel separ- ator, -with, self ieeder; and high 'bag-' ger; 1 International Harvester Co. gasoline engine 15 h.p., traction. Has been used only short time two soris; all in good running order. Ad- general servant or j dress Oscar Vroom, Mountain 'P.O., Alta. housekeeper, one charge of house. Meat who can. take Apply Lethbridge 216-0 V experienced tailor.'Ap- ply Box 37, Herald. 515-6 The HICK HARDWARE CO. LOCAL AGENTS But nevertheless there wi.ll.be plenty and the boundary. Already there are j o{ grain to and the muscular farmers will put It in the cars some or other. A. Nikolas antCson who live twelve miles south of Bow Island, have ab- out thirty .acres in spring wheat sow- 1 MOVING (PlCTURESJ 1. Friends Than Enemies 2. Diabolo 3 Policeman's Vision Thatens in a new and .very funny sketch, entitled, Book Agent." Miller in a School Days comedy' sketch, en-titlecl. "Woman's Rights." PRICES I5c AND Teddy, Everybody's Pet enough "children for more than one school in..the district south of Bow Island. There will be. difficulty in market- ing the grain ol this year's crop at Bow Island because as yet there is no loading platform and no elevator. general servant' for housework. Apply Mrs. George Tay- lor, 650 Bartlett St., City. 216-6 class pattern-mak- er and two first class machinists and. fitters. Apply Lethbridge Iron Worvs, City. 2166 I delivery, boy. Ap- i ply Lethbridge Meat Market. 217-0 to the acre. Owing to sick'horses they were unable to break more. Next year they hope to ;do some more spring breaking and to have about a hundred acres in crop. They have a! single man to take care good frame barn and good house Of horses and rigs. Apply at 321 both, painted. -They are only squat- Crabb St. 217-6 FOR section adjoining townsite good water, 25 acres improv- ed, per acre. A, M. Matulis, Keal Estate, 4, Bryan Block. 217-6 FOR foot awning ,in front of Sage's former stand. Practically new. R. Sage. 217rO LOST ed on May loth on spring breaking ters but they intend to squat tight and it will run about thirty, bushels j an'd to make home on the land. "Forthcoming Auction Sales by FRANK G. WADDINGTON On SATURDAY, AUG. 28, at 2 Instructed by the McKeowu Hard- ware Go., will Sell by tion at the Tent, on Kound Street, the remaining portion of their Stock damaged by fire, including.: Forks, Shovels. Spades. Post Sole Ditch quantity Hose, "Wringers, !Nails, Bolts, Brushes, Enamelware, knife and furniture Varnishes, etc.. ere. On TUESDAY, AUG. 31, At 54 Argyle' AveriueC instructed by Mr. Jnd'son, whois leaviag the city, will be Sold by Public Auc- tion at 2 prompt, the superior Household Furniture Including Solid Oak Sideboard, .Hall Hack. Massive Oak Dining >Table... Seamsjtrlss-': drop head Sewing Dining Chairs, Occasional Parlor Tables. McClary No. 9 Cooking'Range. Bell Piano- forte, 3 Oak Dressers and- Stands. 4 Iron Beds, springs and mattress- es, Carpets, Secretaire. Bugs, Eockers, etc.. etc.'': also HORSE AND Set Work Harness and extra Driv- ing ditto. Goods on View Mon- day from 10 till 4. Auctioneer's Round Street. Stettler Lots this week only 15 each They have already spent over in .improvements. The nearest, post office and the near est school for these squatters in Tp: S, R. 11, is at Bow Island, over twelve miles away. .There are seven- teen famines squatted to tihe north- east of Forty-Mile Coulee and prob- ably more on the west side of the crosses the township di- agonally. In this township this Bum- mer two steam plows and many yokes of oxen and teams of .horses1 have blackened the tough sod and there are already hundreds of acres of land un- der crop, aJl good. Next -summer will see thousands of acres in crop in this township. The township has been surveyed and the squatters'- rights will be preserved. No doubt schools, post offices, and BUGGY icllurches Tni in due time. He has a sod house, whitewashed, with. green trfmmings, and a frame barn painted red. He has a good crop of almost every- kind of vege- tables in his garden, such as ripe wa- termelons, and large cucumbers, cab- bage, potatoes, etc. There are settlers or squatters on 7-11 and 7-10 and even away south of that but the Herald man had not time to visit these settlements. smithing. ware. boy to Apply .Th learn, tin- Hick Hard- 17-0 Mrs. W. B. Burnett, a maid'''Starting; Sept, l.'v Apply Mrs R. O'Hagan, 1008 Redpath St. 17-6 assistants and apprentices to dressmaking. Ap- ply Mrs. T. W. -Clarke, cor. Cutbill and Redpath streets or P 0. Box 502 217-6 SITUATIONS WANTED LOST OR 100 feet chain taken from a cow belong- ing to J. H. "Wallace. Finder will please return to J. H Wallace, Bur- dett St. 196-0 bay horses, aged 6 years; weight 1400 Ibs. Both had white faces. One branded inverted jV over E on right side of neck. Brand not vis- ible on other but if any.it was "'a "flying A." One had Roman nose. Reward for return to Albert Klopsh, North Ward, Lett-bridge. 14-6 mare two. years old, branded S monogram JT.. on .left, shoulder. reward for her return to J. H. Hooper, Bompas' St., east of Westminster Ed 217-6 LOST OR STRAYED to "be done at home bv experienced dressmaker. Apply 425 Bartlett St., City. 16-6 One dark red cow with wHte strip on back, branded H D 3 on side. j Cow was de'homed and had a wide strap and rope attached. Last seen six miles south of city. Eeward. Be- turn or notify J. Reding, North Ward "by hardware clerk with six years' experience. Southern Alberta preferred. Apply Box K, Herald office. .216-6 Office: 410 Phone 261. CLEAR Would YQO like to Own liiis Beautiful Koine 1 THIS OPPORTUNITY IS YOU GRASP ST? These Lots Are in the City of STETTLER, Within 3 Minutes Walk of Centre of City Stettler is a town of population. Ik will have 4 railroads. It is surrounded with as fine quality of farming land as there is in Canada. Men of judgment are predicting that it will have a population of people within 5 years. You have been used to paying upwards of for-lots in some new townsite far away or a sub-division several miles away from the district of a city, but here is an opportunity to buy a good high and dry lot within a stone's throw of the heart of an establshed one with banks and fine business blocks. Will the Opportunity Ever Come Again to You? Can You Afford To Let It Pass? NoS Tht-71 act now, as these lots are only on the market for 6 days. How many men do you know who have became independent through investing in lots and then leaving them lie for a few years? This was done "in wholly unimproved cities. Think how much greater is the opportunity in Stettler and how soon it may com" to you. Buy from 1 to 10 of those lots for -yoursi-lf and one for each member of your family. _ Opportunity comes to ench man but once. It is now knocking at your door. It is for you to decide, and the man who succeeds is the man who acts, so do it now. Whether yoii buy or not, call1 and see our plan, and get ful3 particulars. Office Open Every Night Telephone us and one of our representatives will take pleasur-e in calling at. your residence with full particulars. Freeman, Macleod Graham, 1 Phone, write or wire us the number of lots you wish reserved you -want any. carpets to be sewn together or ap- ply to Box 1374, Lethbridge. 217-6 on ranch or farm by man with family where steady work can be obtained as manager or laborer. Apply at once. .Box 19, Her- ald office'. 217-1 TO HENT. FURNISHED let, in new modern house. Terms moderate. Ap- ply Mrs. Jones, third house from Round on south side of Brunton St. r 199-0 SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH, WEST LAND REGULATIONS Auy "peraoc wno is trie sole head ol a tamily, or any male over 18 old, may homestead a quarter-section ol available Dominion land in coba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. The applicant must appear in person the Dominion Lands Agency or Bub- Agency for the district. EntTy bj proxy may be made at any agencj of intending homesteader. months' residence upor and cultivation of the land in eacb of three years. A homesteader ma> live within nine miles ol nis home stead on a farm of at least 80 solely owned and occupied by him or by his father, mother, son. brother or sister. In certain districts a homesteadei in good standing may pre-empt s quarter-section alongside his home- Price S3.00 per acre. Dutiee -Must reside six months in eacti of six years from of homestead entry (including the tune required tc earn homestead patent) and fifty acres extra. A homesteader who hae exhausted bis homestead right, and cannot ob Lain a pre-emption inuy take a pui chased homestead in certain districts Price per acre. xeside six months in each oi three years, cultivate fifty acres and erec: a house wo-th W.W.CORY. Deputy Minister of the Inter v thi-1 acivertissrr ?nt will not hn for _O room in mod- ern house, close in. Suitable for two gentlemen. Apply 1st house on Cut- j bill St. off Baroness Eoad opposite Tennis Court. 206-0 TO or un- furnished, in a fully modern house, including hot and cold water, bath, telephone, etc. Call at once 425 Bart- I let. St. 212-6 TO comfortable furnished room, suitable for one or two young ladies. 1002 Baroness Road, 1st house past tennis court. 215-6 TO rooms suit- able for married couple, also room, for young man or woman. Apply S. JW. Tuckwell, c-o News. Office or on premises, fourth occupied house 'south of Henderson's, Crabb St. 15-6 city. 213-6 April 1st, from our camp three miles west of Lethbridge, three geldings. One dark' bay weigh- ing about 1450 Ibs., branded P .left shoulder, left hind ankle large. One light bay branded P left shoulder, weighing about 1450 Ibs. One light weighing about 1500 foundered on front feet, somewhat lame, foretop and mane under col- lar shorn. All- in good condition. Thirty -dollars reward .for- informa- tion that; -will lead to their recovery of the three, or for any one ,of 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. 209-0 Sec. 32-11-21, early in June, one dark sorrel gelding" about ten years .old, rangy built, large hock joints, no brand, weight about 1200 Ibs. Finder -will be re- warded by returning to' or address- ing L. C. Barrett, Barrhill, Alta. 15-12 N.W. Sec. 18, Twp. 14, Rge. 18 one bay mare, blind in right eye, halter, attached No brand. Weight about 1400 Ibs.j Came to my place two weeks ago. Apply 0. A. Stirns, Sundial, Aha 217-6 the Cannon ranch 17 miles south of Lethbridge about Aug. 20, one cow branded HOS on left ribs, also had picket, rope and stake fastened to her. Owner can have same by paying for this ad. 17-6 TO roomed house on Ford St. Apply Eugene Heytens. at Belgium Rr-staurant. 215-6 I FURNISHED let in pri-1 i vate family, suitable for one or twoj j gentlemen." Apply 1210 Fisher St. j 216-6! TO furnished in i private house with bath. Suitable for voting gentlemen. Apply Box 91, Citv." 216-6 FlmNISHED Jrent an Ifulfy modern house. Apply Mrs. iNield, 523, Bartlett. 217-6 ESTABLISHED (1854 Merchants Bank of Canada i 3EAD OFFICE. MOlSTREAL Paid-up Reserve and Undivided Profits............. Account of Merchants, Farmers and Ranchers Solicited Drafts Money Orders Letiers of Savings Baak Department Lethbnige Branch' CoaHale Block, Redpath St. t BOARD AND ROOM ROOMS AND steady young men Apply Mrs. "W. Porter, east of Maternity Hospital, N. Ward. 217-6 LAND WANTED LAND of Leth- bridge, from a half to four sections good land, steam plow proposition. Distance from railroad no object. State lowest price and best terms to Purchaser, P.O. Box 97, Lethbridce, Alberta. NOTICE NOTICE is hereby given that in ac- cordance with the provisions of Irrigation Act the Municipality of the City of Lethbridge have filed the necessary memorial and plans requir- ed by Sections 13 and 15 of the said Act with the Commissioner of Irriga- tion at CaJgary Alta. The applicant municipality appli- es for the right to divert forty cubic feet of water per second from the Belly River on the southeast quarter of S'ection 36''Township 8. Range 22, west of the 4th Meridian, for other waterworks purposes and for the right to construct the necessary works, as shown by the memorial and plans filed to enable the water so diverted to be used for the said other water- works purposes in the streets, lanes and roads of the said city. Dated at Lethbridge, Alta., this 4th day of August, 1909. C. F. P. CONYBEARE, Solicitor for Applicants. ;