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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 3, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD, SATURDAY. JULY 3, 1909. MISCELLANEOUS WANTS Jt! DIRECT from the ORIENT To-day we arc opening up a very fine Jinc of Brass Goods, Jardinieres, Trays and Ornaments Another most attractive lot of Sea-Grass Chairs and Rockers Included in this shipment, and they are particularly welcome at this season, making such comfortable ver- andah chairs. Watch our Windows. are making some extra- special offerings in BUFFETS QUARTERED OAK. Turpin Furniture Co. I W Fire and Burglar Safes i We have received the agency for the Victor Safe and Lock Co., of Cincin- nati, Ohio, the krgest fire proof safe manufacturers in the world 'II you are thinking of buying a safe or vault doer, it will pay you to get our prices and terms, as we can save you money. Old safes taken in ex- change. V. W. McGuire j 413, Ford St., Lethbridge Phone 401 Alta. TABER COUPLE WED AT RAYMOND Work on the New Church School Pro Sales Haymottd, June Brown, principal of the Stirling in Raymond visiting- at the nlanse yesterday. Misg Mitchel, who has been teach- ing school at Stirling, has left for her home in the east. A very pleasant event took place at high noon today at the home of Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Anios, when marriage took place of Miss Ella Marshall to Mr. J. T. Willard, both of Taber. Rev. j. j. Baker assisted Rev. j. j. Cameron in performing the ceremony. Miss Lillian Amos played the wedding march. Misg Fulton, of Taber was bridesmaid, and Mr. Witter, also of groomsman. The bride looked very charming in cream ppinte de sprite directoire gown. She wore a veil and bridal wreath and carried cream space on tne and a dainty luncheon square during carnival for legitimate rm._ band ring. The decorations very pretty was served. Mr. Tracy, of Taber accompanied the bridal party. Only the immediate friends present Those present from Raymond were Rev. and Mrs. J. J. Cameron, Rev. J. J. Baker, Dr. and Mrs. Rivers, Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Amos, Miss Sal- mon, Miss Lillian Amos and Mr. Alvin Amos. The bride's travelling suit was a brown silk empire gown. The newly married couple leave this afternoon "or Seattle. The basement and the foundation or the new church school has been The school is- to be fin- shed in a year. Mr. C. Nilsson recently purchased ighty acres of land near Stirling, ormerly owned by J. Smellie. Frank Brown has had his store ainted. It is now known as the 'rank Brown Co., instead of the Hop "ate Co.- Frank Brown leaves Monday for Liverpool, Eng., where he will look after a store for his uncle- Albert who has recently gone down to his homestead on the Milk (River, writes that he is very much his claim. He reports Lake Steamer Summons Aid While In Helpless Condition Chicago, June off tin-- Carter Harrison crib, ub- out ut the morcy of the of Lake Michigan, and its one hundred pas- in a state of panic, the steam- er City of South Haven was early this morning rescued by sent to the scene on "C. D. Q." the first that have been flashed "since the system of wireless telegraphy Imv been osl.-ibV.-'-.i-ir on the Great; Lakes. The was received at j the company's and at the United Wireless Company's station in the oner no lei at 1.24 a. m., a feiv after an accident had des- troyed the steamer's ruader. Inside of ten minutes the tugs McDonald and Dickinson had started to the res- cue. The City of South Haven, which was making its maiden trip of the season, is in charge of Captain F. A. Dority. It had reached a point half a mile off the Carter Harrison crib, which is near 22nd street, when the accident occurred. The passengers became greatly excited when it became known that the control of the ship had been lost, and it was with difficulty they were restrained by the officers. The "C. D. Q." flash broke in on the routine business of the wireless service and caused instant activity in the stations the entire length o'f Lake Michigan. Responses were had from all along the line asking for the j location of the -distressed steamer. iThe City of South Haven was towed to the Chicago docks by the rescu- ing tugs. "While there there was no immed- iate said Captain Dority, Just a few Refrigerators, Screen Doors and Windows At Greatly Reduced Prices Hayr Bros, Piione P. 0.80x 11 you hive to or rent place it it this column. If want anything use this column. one insertion 6 insertions for Si WANTED TO BUY OR RBNT-A well built house, centrally located, with six to nine rooms. Address Box 30 Claresholm. WHAT rs THE GOOD-of putting away things that you can't use or wear such as cast off clothing, etc. I pay cash for old clothing, shoes, I hats, guns, pistols, all kinds of mus- TK truilks and satchels. I he Alberta Second Hand Store, Red- path at. Box 630. 15Q-26 SITUATIONS VACANT male er wanted at once. Box Office. stenograph- j 0., Herald'! 154-0 WANTED AT ONCE-Good room giri. Apply at A. Kochon, Crabb street, the Page lawn wire fence man. 160-26 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE. FOR SALE-3 1-2 s 3 1-2 camera and complete outfit, Write C. West- ley, c-o Herald office. dh WANTED land 2 1-2 miles east FOR or Veteran Woman, my Bounty Land I fevruru lUi f any Land open for Laundry Company." 164-0 general servant to Mrs. G. L. Fraser, 327 A St. 166-6 "there is telling what might have happened if relief had not come. We were powerless to get of the difficulty without assistancee." NOTICE TO .CREDITORS MATTER OF THE ES- TATE OF William Lewis Thomps- on, late of Spring Coulee in the Province of Alberta, farmer, deceas- ed. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all persons having any claim or de- mands against the late William Lew- is Thompson, deceased, who died on or about the 16th day of April, 1909, at Spring Coulee in "the Province of Any person, over 18 years, man or woman, can acquire this" land with.this certificate. For immediate sale, Write or wire, L. E Tehord, 131, Shuter Street, Toronto' Ontario. 3 acres of brome grass the Daily ;ha-v' At Stafford Village. Can be 168-0 cut any time. Apply to Matthew Lo! WANTED-Nice girl for light house- work. Small family Of three. W. D. 169-0 gan, Stafford Village. Box 1381, Lethbridge. Murney Parks, a wealthy farmer, near Napanee, was killed this morn- ing while assisting in barn raising, by a large timber falling' on his back. For a first-clais job in CLEANING AND DYEING Ladies' or Gents' Clothes call at THE CITY Phone 353 DYE WORKS toncessions, for Carnival Wee All persons wishing space on the apply to The Brown Amuse- JLTxl. No games of chance will be permit- ted. All games are penniesable that nave no tinge of gambling. Get your requests in at Once. THE BKOWN AMUSEMENT CO Office Round Sfc, opposite Theatre. Alberta, are required on or before the 31st day of July A. D., 1909, to send by post prepaid to Clara Cornelia Thompson of. Spring Coulee in the Province of Alberta, administratrix of the estate of the said William Lew- is Thompson or to deliver to the un- dersigned .solicitors for the said Clara Cornelia Thompson their names and addresses and full particulars of their claims in writing and a statement of their amounts and the nature of the securities if any held by them and such statement shall be verified by Statutory Declaration of the claim- ant or his agent. AND TAKE NOTICE that after the 31st day of July, A. D., 1909. the said Clara Cornelia Thompson will pro- ceed to distribute the assets of the said deceased amongst the persons entitled thereto, having regard only to the claims of which she shall then have had notice, and that the said Clara Cornelia Thompson, will not be liable for the said assets or any part thereof to any person of whose "claim she shall not then have received no- tice. Dated at Lethbridge this 25th day June, A. D., 1909. CLARA CORNELIA THOMPSON Administratrix, Spring Coulee, Alberta. SIMMONS SHEPHERD, Her Solicitors, WANTED-A lady for sewing. Apply to Mrs. Bruce Beagle, corner of Crabb bt., London Road. 167-5 FOR immediate sale 12 head of horses, weight about Ibs., one about Ibs. Apply to Paul Audet, Phone 244, Cor Ave. and Bartlett St. 163.5 tVe nave acres of half breed Indian scrip, by piece or in block. Location guaranteed Ap- ply F. E. Mason Land Co. a p.m., corner 170-0 i al servant. A Dufferin St. clean the floor at once. and wife etent gener-Lethbridge, 170-2 ._ 2, a man to ws. Apply A yoke of oxen, wel] broken, one 3 1-2 steel Moline wagon gear, and one John Deere sulky breaking plow. Wagon and plow practically new. All for cash. J. W. W., Herald. to work on eep ridge, Altai Qua monthly" time-book, be-tw.een, five and six o'clock, Saturday U can and will produce bus 6 and 8tock v Lethbridge, Alberta. Lyceum 171-Four Saturdays 170-3 Lethbridge good thing for right man. For fur- ther particulars, apply British Ameri- Stock Association, Vancou- marked Bachelor, Marshall Skarin. ISaier return to Herald office, or St .Re- ward given. James-DcIJowdell: ver, C. 171-6 Mrs. L. Keel, 624, Burdett St. 70-3 From June three 3rd. Two years old, Granum, Alta., bay geldings each no brands, weight about both shod, had haltere Hgllt 3tar forehead, little white on nose and white hind food. One dark bay, one white hind, foot. Suitable reward. Notify poet- master, Granum, Alta. 154.0- What's the matter with the The Miss Fulton, wore a white princess gown and carried a shower of "carnations. The groom's gilt to the bride was pleased with an amythest and pearl pendant. The j everything looking well down in that bride's gift to the groom was a gold district. t t 0 1 f When You Buy Fruit Lands Why not buy them where there is the most money to be made off them If you do. Crestoa District is the place. Our land is just as not need irrigation, climate can't be beat, and we are from 24 to 60 hours nearer the market. Isn't that evidence enough that Creston District is the place to buy fruit lauds We have Sr700 acres in one tract and we are sub-dividing it into ten-acre blocks, and our price is 880.00 per acre, fifth down, one, two, three and four .years for the balance, with interest at The C. P. R. runs through this land! and Pastry turned out by The City Bakery They're all right! None better! ROBT. SCOTT, Phone 381 PROP. Regina, 28th June, 1909. Tenders for Coal. Royal North Weit Mounted Police, 1909-10. SEALED TENDERS marked "Ten- ders for and addressed to The Supply Officer, R. N. W. M.. Police, Regina, will be received up to noon of Thursday 15th July, 1909 for the supply and delivery of Coal 1909-10 for the following Maple Creek. Big Bend. Battleford. Calgary. Macleod. Fort Saskatchewan.] Cardston. Edmonton Pincher Creek. Lethbridge. Twin Lakes. Coutts. Regina. Details as to quantities required, and conditions of -tender and delivery, can be had on application to the of- ficers commanding the districts nam- ed above. No payment will be made to sny paper inserting this adve rt'sement without authority. R. S. KNIGHT, Inspector. 171-2 WAOTED-By young man, work store as experienced salesman Can give references. Address Wilbur Shif lerly, Genl. Del. FIRST CLASS SALES LADY-Open for engagement 12th July long penence in fancy goods, drapery