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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 30, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta ?Hf tAILY HfftALB, MONDAY, f WANTED Twenty Bridge Carpenters and Helpers Apply to T. M. EVANS, The Alberta Railway and Irrigation Co. LETHBRIDGE. NEXT YEAR'S ACRE- AGE WILL BE THREE TIMES GREATER said Whitla was only a half mile straight ahead. The lid of cloud lifted a little along the western horizon allowing the sett- ing sun to make its bow, and smile out over 'the germ-town of Whitla sinking to rest for the night. After .visiting the tributary district ajid seeing the present and prospec- tive developments it is interesting to __ r u i it these embryo towns such as Whit- rredlCtlOn Of tnC lUJralOSUa which is now about the same size as Bow Island was last winter and larger than Carmangay was only a t few months back. Two years, I even one year will see big changes at Travelling Correspondent- Country Around Wbitla Is Settling Rapidly Last winter there nothing at Whitla except the section house, a j siding and a passing track. Knute Nelson carae in January (From the Herald's Travelling Cor-1 and built on his homestead respondent) j alongside the siding. Then a store Whitla.. Aug. a drive forj was in the spring. Now there a lumer yard, a livery a smith, shop, and a new Presby- about eight miles northeast of Winni-1 frecl. the Herald's representative over the low rolling SUNLIGHT With half tlw tabor, and at lull cost of other toap, .Sunlight does the whole In half the time, yet without Injuring most delicate fabric. it the Sunlight .way. Foliow the le, icll w te rent place it it this column If you want use liw coliMa. 25c insertion t insertioBA for SI ter'aoi Church in course of erection, weather. For washing underclothing Travellers find good accommodation LETHBRIDGE LUMBER CO. Wholesale Dealers in Building Mated a Lumber. Shingles. Lime. Oeunnt. Plaster. Brick. eJc. Special Prices on Elevator Crifchiug E.G. Fir Floorii.K ainl !No. 1 XXX Shingles Telephone o79 hills nnd hollows. Only in the hoi-1 at the residence of the storekeeper, lows'is one out of. sisrht of the num-jOn June 15th a post office was es- erous .shacks and houses of the rmm- j tablished and there is considerable erous homesteaders. !mail received but very few letters In some places these houses arc grouped around a corner j stake for probably the three quarters mail both. coming I have been homesteaded by three! was a da% mail. shacks or! because mail comes in only three times a wrek. There would be and youric men who are bachelor chums, i (f.hitla office Those where there were no gardens 1S close to the in the .store a only receives mail- three Thi too late for this year. Bui the largej .a. of breaking on nearly every It would cost .very quarter showed that next year there j 'will be considerable grain raised in j lutle mcre ,to mail- when has pnlv to be carried a few this district to the north of Whitla.'j During most of this drive, the writer had to wear a slicker for it was raiiv _ Johnson, three miles from Whitla, has about sixty-five acres of ing and sometimes quite hard. The! ovel-v wheat-and rye. He long thick green grass showed breaking this summer there had been plenty of raia during jand has hls quarter nearly all brok- New Tax Rate At Maclecd Aug 29 past week saw Macleo-d's finances for the com- ing year teDtled, tiie new tax rate ing only i of a mill higher than the past year A proposed two cent trontage tax died a peaceful death, and the tax rate, was adopted with-, out opposition. joj'ed another lundh and hot tea. .Vgain the rigs loaded up, and tired, but all home, voting the outing- an entire success. j Ag-ain and in. another quarter no one seemed, to be at home, so he good oonsiaering. Counting rpring WANTED A young man for upstair work. Also one for kitchen. Lethbridge Hotel. Women lor laundry work. Apply Lethbridge Laundry Co. 184-0 dining Balmoral Hotel. room girls. 215-0 Lifebuoy freshing for A young "man for deliv- ery rig., One who knows the town. Apply Hayr. Bros.1 Hardware. 19-0 it is unequalled, purifies. experienced tailor. Ap- jply Eox.3t, Herald. barley and corn growing in the. gra- vel ballast alongside the siding at Whitla from .seed which fell there when settlers unloaded their car loads of settlers' effects. The business at Whitla. 'store has increased. The store has already been and a good stock of dry goods, groceries, boots and shoes, har- 215-6 WANTED--A general servant for housework. Apply Mrs. George Tay- lor, 650 Bartlett St., City. 216-6 and "uarb wife are class pattern-niak- er and two first class machinists and Apply Lethbridge Iron Wor'ts, City. 2166 single man to take care rigs. Apply at 321 217-6 of horses and Crabb St. ness, hardware kept on hand. The new Presbyterian Church of Whitla will: be formally opened for Mrs. W. B. Burnett, a PROPERTY fQR SALE FOR double lot close Westminster Road. A bargain! Apply Box 435, City, FOR lote corner Argyle Wwstmihster, Applv Box 614. FOR New Remington type writer with tabulator, at a bargai Apply Citizens Lurhber 187- FOR must be moved! from property. Apply Geo. Whel-1 en, Lethbridge Woollen Co. 199-01 FOR SALE roomej fully modern house on Coutx-aj near new Central School. Apply P.! AlacMurphy, Mgr. South Alberta Luml ber Co., Phone 225. 200-0 MISCELLANEOUS rOR SALE. FOR SALE OR A registered Clydesdale stallion, gentle to handle weight about 1750. Will trade for mares, milk" cows, etc. Write Geo. A. Davis, Sec. 6-3-9, Warner. FOR J.I.Case separ- ator, with -self feeder; and high bag- ger; 1 International Harvester Co. gasoline engine 15 h'.p traction. Has been used only short time two sea- ons; all good running order. Ad- dress Oscar Vroonr, Mountain-. Mill P.O., Alta. TOR section adjoining ownsite good 25 acres unprov- ed, per acre. A. M. Matnlis, Real Estate, Room 4, Bryan Block. 217-6 FOR 25 foot awning in front Divine worship on .Sunday, Aug..29th at 3 p. m. 'Rev. .A. MaEaffy, B p., of-Calgary, will officiate. Rev. McLa-1 assistants ren and the volunteer carpenters de-1 ancl apprentices' to dressmaking. Ap- serve much credit for the way thev plyl T% W" Ciarke- cor- Cutbill J nnri Redpath streets or P 0. Box have so hard, to have the church finished so soon. 502 217-6 ff ----------_ to do light ho'us'e- rit; Fork in small family Good wages. September Ave- W-Q j once, :a good, ceneral i servant.. -Apply to Mrs.. E. G, Hazell. cor. CQurtland and Burdett Sis. 220-6 Sage's former, stand. "R. Sage. LOST Practically 217-6 Two work horses beaxins col- lar'marks, one tall black horse we.igh- ing-.about aged 10 years and one., a bay with heavy mane aged 11 years. Strayed from Taber about Aug. 18th. reward for information leading to recovery or return to Tainter's Livery, Wire Henderson Bros. Taber. 19-6 SITUATIONS WANTED LOST halter 100 feet ch.nin takeii from a cow b'Monft- mg to J., H. Wallacfe. Findf-r will pleasiv return to J. H Wall.-ice Bur- dett St. ;OS.Q Watch for the date of the Monster Auction Sale ofj Wmnifredi Lots W. L. WILSON I SITUATION .WANTED-iExperienced mare two years old, i certificated engineer is open for en- Branded S monogram oh ..left gagement. State wages offered. Ad- dress Box 33, Lethbridge Herald. 219-2 Phone189 Auctioneer LAND of Leth- bridge, from a half to four sections good steam .plow Distance from railroad no object. State lowest price and best terms 'to Box 97, Alberta. o be done at home by ejcperierjced' dressmaker. I Apply 425 Bartlett St., City. 16-6 by hardware clerk with six years', experience. Southern iAlberta preferred. Apply Box K., Herald" office. 216-6 you -want any carpets to be sewn together or mended, ap- ply to Lethbridge. ,217-6 in general store by young man with wide experience in retail work, and also on the road. Apply Box 35, Herald. 220-1 just followed his pony's nose. breaking he expects to a .hund- Seeing a larger house he headed for i red acres in .crop next year.. v it but no one was home there either, j As an indication of how grain will but turning south on a little at Whitla it might be stated beaten trail a person .was. met who j that there are samples of wheat, oats, Stettler Lots each] This Sale Closes Tuesday Night, August 31 st After that date lots in this siih-dirision will be each. "ACT TO-DAY" j.TO office suite of three rooms in Acadia building, Eedpath i St to The C. B. Bowman Agency. 219-0 SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any person wno Is Ttte sole bead o: t> or any male over 18 yeart old, may homestead a of available Dominion land in Mani tbba, Saskatchewan or Albefia. applicant must, appear in person the Dominion Lands Agency or Sub- Agency for the district. Entry, bj proiy may be made at any agency "tdr of intending homesteader. montha' residence upon and cultivation u! the land in each of three years. A homesteader maj live within nine 'inilefl of nis home stead on a farm of at 30 acrei solely owned aud occupied by by his father, mother, aon. daughter brother or sister. In certain districtn a in good standing may pre-empt i quarter-section alongside TO fmrnisEed house with modern conveniences. Available Sept. 12 next, inbotham. Apply John D. Hig- 219-0 FUENISHED let, in new modern "house." 'Terras moderate. Ap- ply Mrs. Jones, Round on south St. third house from side of Brunton 199-0 TO room11 in mod- ern house, close in. Suitable for two gentlemen. Apply 1st house on Cut- bill St. off Baroness Road opposite Tennis Court. 206-0 TO comfortable furnished room, suitable for one or two young- ladies. 1002'Baroness Road, 1st house past tennis court. 215-6 TO Furnished rooms suit- T. stead. Price per acre. Duties for able for married couple, also room reside six' months in eacB of six years from doie of s man or- woman. Apply S W. Tuckwell, c-o News Office or on shoulder. reward for her return to J. H. Hooper, Bonipas St., east of Westminster Rd Aug. 28th on trail between .Lethbridge- and Ray- mond, ladie's -linen 'coat. trimmecf with lace (niauye Finder will receive reward by leaving at Herald office; "220-6- hairless toy' answers to the name-of a great pet. Reward for return to- Mrs. Charnphess, "-Enslish church. 220-O LOST OR STRAYED April 1st from our camp three miles Lethbridge, three gelding-si One dark bay ing about 1450 J P left shoulder, left huid: ankle large. One light ,bay shoulder, weighing about 1450 Ibs. One light bay .weighing 'about 1500 Ibs., slick, front feet, somewhat -foretop -anci 'mane" linger col- lar shorn, Alf in. good cori'dition. dollars reward for informa- tion -that-will lead to their recovery- of the three, or for n-iy'one of them. Notify Janse Bros., Camrose, Alta. 200-30X return of four- mares branded-LM and seven geldings Branded 7L on left hip. Notify A. A. Johnston. Lethbridge, Alta. 209-6- Sec. 32-11-21, early in June, one dark sorrel 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. N.W. Twp. Rgel 18 one bay mare, bli-nd in right eye, halter attached Weight about .1400 Ibs.J place two weeks ago. premises, fourth occupied house I Stirns, Sundial, Alta entry (including the time required u j south Henderson's, Crabb St. 15-6 earn homestead patent.) and homestead rigfit and '.cannot Ob Ford St. Apply Eugene Heytens __ -j i __ _. _ RpltniiTn 0 roomed house on at 215-6 Belgium tain a pre-emption may take a pat chased hoinea'tead in certain Price fier acre. ruENISHEu let in pri- reside sik" months in each' oi family, suitable for one or two years, cultivate fifty, acres and gentlemen. Apply 1210 Fisher St. a house w.oHb; L T W.V.CORY Deputy Minister of publi will not i TO furnished rooms in I private house with bath. Suitable for for General Teaming i Would you like to own this beautiful home? Then buy now; the view at Lethbridge Office open each evening until el We do all classes of teaming on the shortest notice. faction guaranteed.. If you need coal and you want the best value your money will me. Coal must be paid for on delivery. E. J. Box 454. TICKNER St. young City. Apply Box .91, 216-6 FURNISHED .rent in fully modern house, Nield, 528, Bartlett Apply Mrs. 217-6 I TO room in ful- modern house. Apply 2nd house west of baseball grounds, Brunton St. 218-6 BOARD AND ROOM No brand. Came to my Apply 0. A. 217-ff tbe Cannon ranch 17 miles south of Lethbridge about' Aug. 20, one cow branded HOS on; left ribs, Iso had picket rope and1 stake fastened to her. Owner can have same by paying for this ad. 17-S WE CAN SELL YOUR LAND FOR We can sell your at prices that can't be beat. WP carr sell you good land from up to- per acre, in any quantity from- one quarter up to as much as 350 sec- tions in one block. Terms, of the price in cnsh and the balance in nine eq-ual annual instal- ments with interest at 6 per cent, on the unpaid balance. The Empire Land -Co., -upstairs in Ott Block, P.O. Box 60. Phone 3S4 191-O I I ROOMS AND steady young men. Apply Mrs. W. Carter, east of Maternity Hospital. N. Ward. 217-6 ESTABLISHED I1S54 [Merchants Bank of Canada J HEAD OFFICE. Paid-up Reserve and Undivided Profits...___ Accounts of Merchants, Farmers and Ranchers Solicited Drafts Money Orders Letters of Savings Bank Department Lethbftlge Branch Block, Redpath St. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS TENDERS will be received by the undersigned until on Thurs- j dy. Sep'tember 2, 1909. for all work and material rieeessary to the erection of a brick building for .the Bentley Company, Limited. Tenders must be accompanied by a marked cheque for five per cent, of the arrtount. Plans and specifications may be seen at the office.of The Bentley Company. Limited. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. 220-1 BARFORD, WANTED. SEAL'ED .TENDERS marked' "Ten- ders for remodelling; ad- dressed to C B. Bowman; Sec. and1 Treas. School Board.Lethbridge, Alta. will be-received xmtil 6 p.m. of Tues- day, 1909 Also for all tb7e materials resnlting from the razing of_, the old. school building, the tender to include, taking dp'wn build- ing and removing.'.material and re- sulting1 rubbish from .the premises. Plans of the work may be seen at the office of the architect, Room 10 Whit- ney Block, Lethbridge, Alta. No tender necessarily accepted. W. T. 219-3 Architect. ;