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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 8, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAIIA HERALD, THURSDAY, JULY 8. IKE. Joy, Look What's Coming On the Public Square MUCH BUILDING AT HIGH RIVER ATTRACTIONS FURNISHED BY THE C. W. Parker Shows H. 8. Tyler, Manager ONE SOLID WEEK COMMENCING Monday, July 12 FIVE JOYFUL NIGHTS FIVE HAPPY DAYS 18 Shows on Street 6 Sensational Free Acts GRAND DISPLAY OF FIREWORKS ILLUMINATED PARADE CROWNING OF THE QUEEN Featuring the Largest Trained Wild Animal Circus in the World TWO HUNDRED ULTRA MAR- VELOUS ANIMAL ACTORS. In eluding Lions, Leopards, Pumas, Panthers, Tigers, Elephants, Dogs, Ponies, Monkeys and Riding Sea Lion. Two Steel Arenas and Elevated Stage in this Mastodonlc Attraction. "NERO" THE ONLY S5D- INC LION IN THE WORLD FREE! TWICE THE "GREAT 3ENO" AERIALIST EXTRAORDIM. ARY. THE HIGH DIVING CAPTAIN-LATLJPS-OORA. 105 feet in a tiny net Concert by C.. W. Parker Amusement Co, Famous Military Band. DAINTY DETERMINED "VIOLA" In Circle of Death in a Hollow Ball DARE-DEVIL VALEAR In liis Sensational Act of Leaping the Volcanic Gap on a Bicycle. BEN of skill and Daring on a Slender Wire Broadway Belles! A rhymeful, tuneful musical show with a reason. Twen- ty helpers., mostly beautiful girls. Consisting of. high class J specialties, refined comedy, latest good dancing. .Everything up to date. An- entertainment for ladies and 'children. PHARAOH'S sweetest story ever told. PARKER'S CARRY-US-ALL-OCEAN WAVE-MON- KEY SOLO FER- RIS WHEEL THE HORRIBLE ITALIAN JOHNSTOWN FLOOD-HOME OP CARRIE DIAMOND TONCUED STEAM CALLIOPE. Katztnjammer Kastle The "Tyrolean Alps The Outlaws Teddie Bear Circus Horned The Ragtime Opera Baby Kangaroo and mother Date, July 12 to 16, inclusive Lethbridge, Alberta Excursion Rates on all Railroads Under the Local Management of THE BROWN AMUSEMENT CO. Ltd. Frederick Win. Brown, Mgr. PROSPECTS ALL ROUND NEVER BETTER High River, July wheat in tho High Kiver district is now thirty six inches high. Duncan Camer- on have 200 acres fall wheat us as ever was grown. There is not a blank patch in tho whole two i i' rt'Krviit lttU ilCies-. tJt- u" twelve miles west of High River, has a large field of Alberta Hed, There is good fall wheat on both sides of the trail to the '''Bar U" ranch and prospects are good for one of the largest crops ever yielded -by this district. The Imperial Elevator Co., of Win- nipeg, have their new elevator at High River nearly completed. This is the fourth elevator at High Kiver, and it is reported that two other elevators will be built here this sea- son. All thesy elevators will :be tax- ed to their utmost capacity to hold the yield of wheat and oats from the High River district this season. The C. P. R. have purchased" a number of lots adjacent to the track and south of the town. Three new j concrete bridges are being built over the Little Bow in order to extend their yards to the south of town. The stock yards will be moved and j enlarged while larger loading plat- forms will also be built to accommo- date the many farmers who ship their own grain. The weather has been good for growing grain and every shower will make more bushels and every storm will mean another trainload of to be shipped this season from High River. The -Dominion Bank has opened up i a branch at High River. This makes j four chartered banks. The banks are j keeping pace with the elevators, for the High River" farmers' banking grows with his breaking. A largo two story brick block is being built by Geo- Jjane on corner of West Railway and Fourth streets. This will be the second Lane block in High River. The Dominion Bank j will occupy- part of the new block, ami the Canadian Bank of Com- merce are building on the opposite corner, next to the St. George hotel. The Astoria Hotel are building an addition which when completed will give them seventy-five bed rooms and a new suite of sample rooms. The building formerly occupied by Reigner and Thorp, tinsmiths, has been removed to the corner opposite the Astoria Hotel and the lots form- erly occupied by the Tin shop have been purchased by A. A. Ballachey, barrister, who will move thereon his present office building to room for work on the new Lane block. James Mooney is building a new block on his lots south of the Ox- ford Hotel... This will be occupied by a restaurant and an office building. The High River lacrosse boys ex- pect to beat the Lethbridge inter- mediates on July 21st at High. Riv- er. Chas. Clark, editor of the High River Times, is building a solid brick residence. So there must be good times for the Times in High River when an editor can afford to build a fino brick residence: A. Patton, of the Model Bakery, has just completed a new residence on the Macleod trail. New hay is beginning to come in quite plentiful and is selling at about per ton. A fariiier brought 'into town a sample of alfalfa which he said was a second growth. The sample meas- ures twenty-six inches. About ten steam plowing outfits are operating within twenty miles of High River. A few gasoline outfits and many horse outfits are also op- erating and turning over a, large acreage every day. There must be close to five hundred acres boing bro- ken every day, which will add to the immense yield of grain expected from this district in 1910, when still more elevators will be needed for tho grain and more banks for the farmers' money. Plans are out and tenders called SUNLIGHT With half labor, and at half the cost of other Sunlight does the whole washing In half the time, yet without Injuring the most delicate fabric. Use It the Sunlight way. Follow the directions. I Lever Bros.. Toronto, will send you free, a cake of their famous Phmtol Toilet Soap, if Xou mention this oa- i Per- Daily Herald's Patterns 2504 LADIES' ONE-PIECE .CORSET COVER Paris Pattern No. 2504 All Seams Allowed. This pretty little design js especially desirable for wide flouncing., but if de- sired it may be developed in Persian lawn, nainsook, jaconet or thin cam- bric, with the lower edge gathered in- to a peplum at the back and at either 'side of the front, and'made with or without shield sleeves. It made of the flouncing, these sleeves and the peplum are not used. The pattern is in 6 to 42 inches bust meas- ure. For 36 bust the corset cover, us in front view, requires 1 5-3 yards of flouncing 15 inches wide; if shield sleeves and peplum are to be used, 1-2 yard of material 36 inches wide will be needed for them; 1 yard of wide beading, 1 of seam beading, 2 yards of wide .ribbon, 2 3-4 yards of narrow ribbon and 1 53 yards of narrow ribbon and 1 5-8 yards of .edging will-also be needed. Price of pattern, 10'cents. Apply Herald Pattern Department. for a two room addition to the; pub- lic to be ready after vaca- tion- This will make seven, rooms in use. lug'h. school work will be takcu up. Rev. J. P. Berry, formerly of Langdon. Alta. is making a fa Ar- able impression on the congregation of the Methodist church here. Ornamented Water 3 Gals, 4 Gals, 9.50 Hayr Bros, Phone 75 P, JO. Box 11 Coal Bett LUMP on the market DELIVERE -or at mine Good clean Nut a ton delivered or SI at mine All coal sold Address postcaid to NEW .BARNES MINE Royal View Prompt delivery guaranteed Daily Herald Market Place WACO you hive anything to sell or Jo rent place it IB this column. H you want .anything jjse this coiurao. 25c one insertion 6 insertions (or SI MISCELLANEOUS FOB lALl. FOR 1-2 x 3 1-2 camera and complete outfit, Write Watt- ley, c-o Herald office. dh SITUATIONS VACANT FOB or Woman, _ mi South African Veteran Bounty Land j Certificate issued by the Department ol :tiie Interior, Ottawa; for acres of any Dominion Land open for tentry in Alberta, Saskatchewan 01 Manitoba. Any person over 18 years, nism or woman, can acquire this, land with this certificate. For immediate I sale, Write or wire, L. E. iTelford, 131, Shuter Street, Toronto, I Ontario. male stenograph- er warned at oace. Box 0., Herald Jliice. 154-0 first class blouse and ironers. Apply Lethbridge laundry Company. 164-0 girl .for light-house- vork. Small family of three. W. D. Box 1381, Lethbridge. 169-0 FOR and a piano, Apply after fl p.m., corner IBompas St.. and Westminster Bd. 71-6 FOR yoke of oxen, well j broken, on.e 3 1-2 steel Moline ,wag- i on gear, and one John Deere sulky breaking plow. Wagon and plow prac- tically new. All for cash. Ap- ply J. W. W., Herald. 171-6 T. v OR horse double cylinder WAITED--Experienced salesman engine, complete. Nearly as understands clothing business. Apply !g0od as new_ to W. H. Pres- to Box F., Herald office. I70-6jton New Dayton. "173-6 fur ice cream parlor. Apply The GK-od Co. 170-O with wife to work on farm, wife to cook and keep house. Apply F. S. Lanier, Lethbridge, Alta. 171-6 good live energetic hus- tler .who can and will produce busi- ness, to write live stock insurance in territory in and around Lethbridge; good thing for right man. For fur- ther particulars, apply British Ameri- can Live Stock Association, Vancou- ver. B. C. 171-6 173-6 OK 12-inch breaking plow, wooden, beam, in first class hape. Apply Hayr Transfer Stable, Redpdth St. vVest. 172-6 well drill to get to work at once. Apply at The Alberta Se- curities, Limited, Coaldale Block. 172-0 TWO YOUNG LADIES WANTED British and Colonial Photographic Co. Rooms 1 and, 2, Oddfellow Block. 72-6 FOR range in Igood condition. Price Can I seen from 9 a.m. till 2 o'clock.- Ap- '-plv Mrs. J. Tuff, next Stacey Lumber Co.-, North Ward. -14-6 i------ [A furniture for sale. Good location for roomers or. j boarders. Party purchasing same can iiiave house. Address P. O. Box City. 174-6 FOR tent .and Barthol- j omew. Box 591 P.O., Lethbridge. 75-O _-----__.--------.-----_------__----- LOST good cake baker at once. Hygenic Bakery, North Ward. 173-3 good general servant. Apply Mrs. corner Crabb Courtland Sts. 174-0 competent general ser- vant. Apply Mrs. Galbraith, 914 Redpath St., City- 175-0 SITUATIONS WANTED and wife want posi- on on farm. C. B. Puffer, Windsor otel. 170-6 for COL. BELCHER MENTIONED Toronto, July inspectorship of public libraries, made vacant by the death of Mr. W. H. Leavitt, is being sought a number who call themselves staunch supporters of the Tory party and the Whitney govern- ment. The applicants include, it is reported, Lieut.-Col. 'A. E. Belcher, of Southampton, the first mayor '.f that town. He is a prominent Or- angeman, and is Grand Master of Ontario West of the .Royal Black Knisrhts of Ireland. I Auction Sale I M Fnrman's Livery Bam on Saturday, July 10 j 1 mare. 5 years old, and i i colt I mare 4 years old. and colt 1 1 heavy one-horse wagon i I new 1 1 heavy set single harness new Other entries are invited for this sale i W.L WILSON, Auctioneer Phone 189 NEW RECTOR FOri ST. JAMES, TORONTO oronto, July Henry Peni- bfrton Plumptree, rector of Red Lynch district of Haley, has been appointed rector of St. James, this city, in succession to Rev. Canon Welch, who is leaving t0 accept an appointment lo the icctory, of Wake- field, Yorkshire.. England. Rev. 'Mr. Plumptree for a time was dean of Wycliff College and also was assist- ant to Bishop Carinichael, Montreal. Planing Mill, Sash and Factory, and Lumber Yard, centrally located. Factory of solid, brick, equipped with mod- ern machinery doing, an Al business. The site in- cludes thirteen lots, nearly one and one-half acres in the business section of the city -of -Lethbridge. Sickness in family the only reason for For price and terms Apply to WILLIAM OLIVER At Factory Office CITY j Granum, June 3rd. Two bay geldings each j three years old, no brands, weight [about both shod, .had halters ion. One light bay, star in forehead, little white on nose-and white hind food. One dark bay, one white hind foot. Suitable reward. Notify post- master, Granum, Alta. 154-0 homestead of John Dick, Esq., in Township 5, East 1-2 of 33 5- 111. 1 bay horse branded lazy S on .right shoulder; 1 brown mare branded (S on near shoulder; i bay -yearling colt with rope on-neck. reward will be paid for information that will lead to recovery. 173-6 ID RF.NT. TO r-oni, month ly. Third occupied house south of tiiiiaiuau's guraen, -orabo St. south. pply ii-JJO to 3.CKJ and 6.00 to 8.00 p. x Mrs. Charles. 1726 OR shop in thriving town of Winniired, where lota have been for sale the last two weeks. Will be vacated 18th of July, fcrsoa rents to supply tools, lit cume, 1st choice. P. J. De Marce, Winuifred, Alta 166-26 O room. 215, Ford St. Apply 171-6 0 suite Oi tw.o front, offices possession. Apply at Wm. A. Ott. 172-0 miles north Diamond City, July'2nd, one dark bay horse, no brand, 10 years weight one dark brown horse, white face, 3 old, weight 950, brand Lizy P, left" hip. Return to C. A. Johnson; Dia- mond City. Reward Alex Sif- iledeem, owner 172 6 i .v------------------ watch on Eound St., tween Gray's Hardware and Higin botham's drug store. Movement No. 12449438. Case No. 376876185 Elgin 15 Suitable reward at Herald.74-6 LOST OR chestnut mare, three white feet, white strip in face, branded. 4H on right shoulder. Weight about Ibs. reward for return to P. Burns Ltd. 75-2 TO house, close in, until Sept. 15. Apply 514 Glyn St., or Box 203. 173-6 TO shacks for rent, near comer oi Westminster Road and Lon- don Road, per month. Apply R. V. Gibbons, Ott Block. 174-6. PROPERTY FOR SALE FOR new hilly modern house. Apply P. McMurphy, Mgr. South Alta. Lumber Co., Phone 225. 121-0 NOTICE NOTICE is hereby given that any- one found trespassing on boulevards will be prosecuted according to amend- ment of By-law 10, Section 7. 172-6 CHIEF OF POLICE. TENDERS TENDERS will be received for re- freshment privilpges both on train and grounds at Brotherhood of Rail- road Trainmen's 2nd annual excursion July 22nd. Apply to Hugh Cameron, Box 441, City. 172-6 FOR SALE OR --roomed house, stable, hay shed, large chicken house on river bottom near new bridge. Best place in city for keeping cows, chickens or pigs. Price Rent per month. Easy terms. Also two-wheeled rig and set of harness. Apply H. Proctor, near the A. R. I. Shops. 165-0 FOR roomed house, cor. Crabb and Courtland, new and strictly modern. Apply J- McDiar- strictly modern. Apply S. J. iMcDiar- dark bay team of horses, branded 'EC on left shoulders. One has white spot on forehead and one split ear. Lost on Sec.' 17, T. 7, R-. 18. Apply to Win. Noguara, liveryman, city 175-4" FOUND July 1st, a lady's parasol on Baroness Road. Owner can have same by calling at Herald office. 70-0 Structural Iron membership book, belonging to Wm, Foley Owner can have same at Her- ald office. 170-0 DRESSMAKING kinds of dress- aking done after July 3rd. Miss El- jlenbaum, corner London Road and Burdett. 170-6 LOANS FAiRM Life Insurance Company are prepared to (grant leans on farms on very reason- able terms. T. E. Patteson, Agent. MISCELLANEOUS WANTS IF YOU WANT A LAWN FENCE- See A. Rochon, Crabb street, the Page lawn wire fence man. 160-26 For a'first-clais jcb in CLEANING AND DYEING Ladies' or Gents' Clothes call at THE CITY DYE WORKS Phone 353 To Homesteaders and others Auction Sale At Oxland Corral back of 410 Bompes St. on Friday next at p. m. Frank G. Waddington instructed by Mr. Cbenery will sell by Public Auction: WORK TEAM and HARNESS also 14 INCH BREAKING PLOW Further entries for this sale invited and can be made to the auctioneer. 410 Round St. TELEPHONE 261. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS SEALED TENDERS will be receiv- ed, addressed to J. H. Fleetwood, chairman of the Board of Education, up to 6 o'clock p.m., oi Tuesday the 26th day oi July 1909, for the-erection and completion of a four room addi- tion to the Westminster-School, Leth- bridge, Alberta. A certified cheque to the amount of five per cent, of tender must accom- pany each tender, which will be for- feited if the successful contractor fails to enter into contract with the Board. Tenders will be received separately for tbte heating and plumbing. The lowest or any tender not neces- sarily accepted. The plans and specifications may bo seen at the office of WM. T. WILLIAMS, Architect, Room 10, Whitney Block, Lethbridge, Alberta. WANTED TO of heavy horses about Ibs. with wagon and harness. Terms wanted. Apply to Box 2, Lethbridge P. 0., or opposite Baptist. Church, Redpath St. SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATION! of mixed'gram before the fall. State lowest quotation for cash. Reply B. K. Devme, Tar ry's, B. C. 174'6 wanted by gentle- man in modern house, centrally lo- cated, with or without board. Write p 0. Box 251. Lethbridge. 174-6 TENDERS SEALED TENDERS will be receiv- ed by Win. Evans, secretary of tht> Magrath School, until 12 oclock, noon June 21, 1909 for the erection of an 8 room school building at Magrath, Alta. Separate tenders for plumbing and heating and ventilation. Plans and specifications may be ob- jtained from the Secretary, Magrath, or from the undersigned at Leth- bridge, Room 9, Whitney JJlocfc. F. B. ROLFSON, 153-25 Architect. WARNING WARNING TO THE City Dye Works will not be respon- sible for any work given to our pre- vious solicitor, W. Berth, as he is not connected1 in any way with ihc. above works. 172-6 ERNEST TOWNSEND-Late nursery man and florist, of Banbury, Eng- land, seeks work in garden. Mac- beth St.. North Ward, WANTED TO or 6 room hou.-e or cottage. State location, and tornis to Box R., Herald. 175-1 TENDERS Tenders will be received until 6 o'clock p.m. Saturday, July 10th for tho erection of a parsonage on the Westminster Church grounds, West- minster Road. Particulars may be had at any time from Rev. A. A. Ly- tlo, Westminster Road, 1st door north Pioneer Lumber Yard. Address tenders to Rev. A. A. Lytle, Box 1477, City. 171-6 person wno is tire sole head family, or any male over 18 old, -may homestead a qnarter-ieetioii' ol available Dominion land in toba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. Tbt: applicant must appear "in periou at the Dominion Lands Agency or Agency for the district. Entry hf proxy may be made at any afeM? Ur of intending homesteader. Six residence ugon and cultivation of the land in of three years. A may live within nine miles of hia home stead on a farm of at 80 solely owned and occupied by him 01 by bis father, mother, eon, daughter, brother or sister. _ In certain districts a homerteiow in good standing may prc-eropVa quarter-section alongside hii boiM- stead. Price per acre.. -Must reside six montha in yf six years from of entry (including the time requirtd tc earn homestead patent) and fifty acres extra. A homesteader who hat his homestead right and ewmot ob- tain a pre-emption zisy f wn chased homestead in certain diraMM. Price per acre. reside six months in ol years, cultivate fifty a house worth BOARD AND ROOM Deputy Minister of tt St. 172'6 ;