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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 8, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 Acre Garden Tracts T 1 i Irrigated and guaranteed to be the best on the market Duff Addition Lots Close' in, and will be on sewer and water in 60 days. All for sale at Dry Weather Prices 3 Modern Residences For sale at Bargain Prices "LETHBRIDGE INVESTMENTS" MAXWELL HELGERSON fad It the Best Little Servant You Ever Had In Employ Tenders For Sale of Land Tenders will be received by the un- dersigned until the 15th of July, for the sale of the described Jaiid, for cash. N. E. 1-4 Section 4, Township 15, 6 miles northeast of Milk River sta- tion. 161 acres. Tenders to be ac- companied by 10 per cent, of marksJ cheque. The highest or any tender .not necessarily accepted. Subject to'the agreement of sale of the Alberta Rail- way aud Navigation Co. Tenders to be forwarded to A. E. Easton Co., Lethbridge. 159-1S 25 cents per insertion when hot exceeding 35 words 6 insertions ii Please Pay in Advance SITUATIONS WANTED Phone 777 Tenders Sealed tenders will be received by the undersigned up to 6 o'clock p. m Wednesday, 13th day of July. 1910, for the erection of a 12 room brick school building at taber, Alta. Plans aad specifications may be seen at the offices of Wm. T. Willing Architect, of Medicine Hat and Leth- bridge. Also at the office of H. P. Munro, the Secretary of the Board at Taber. Tenders must be for the work com- r.ete. and all tenders must be accom- ftnied by a certified check'for "an Two Japanese, first and second cooks, want situation hotel or boarding house, have experience. Box 172 Raymond. 175.5 AUCTION SALE Saturday Afternoon Next at 2.30 prompt On. premises at rear of Dallas Hotel. E. WADDINGTON CO, are instructed by Mr. Walker, who is leaving the city, to remove for convenience of sale and sell by auction as above, the useful Household Furniture and effects including High Grade Pianoforte ia Walnut case; Com- bination Secretaire au.d Book Case; Solid Oak Sideboard; Dining and" other Oak Rockers; Large Framed Mirror. Pictures, Beds, Spring and Mattress; Dresser and Stands; Cook Stove; Glass Limoges China, etc. On view Friday afternoon s. Auctioneer's Office, Lyceum Building. FIRE WOOD For sale at reasonable prices. Delivered to any part of city within one- mile of factory. The Lethbridge Sash and Door Co, Cor. Round and Bompas These checks will be return- ed to unsuccessful tenderers upon the awarding of the contract. The lowest or any tender not neces- sarily accepted. H. P. MUNRO. Sec'y-Treas. Taber School ist. -No. -833, Taber, .Alta. 170-S position as mine manag- er, first class" B. C. and Alberta papers, experienced in railway location, pros- pecting, developing of plant and de- signing, 20 years .mines. Box SITUATIONS VACANT moulder at once. Apply Lethbridge Iron Works Co. 1754 general and horse- shoeing blacksmith. m.ust be a steady reliable man. Apply to Spry and Knowles, hardware. dealers, Coleman, A11 fl _ 175-0 26 Herald office. 175-6 man, good educa- tion, experienced draughtsman and machinist, good references, take a job at .anything. Box 24 Herald. 175-5 general servant or housekeeper, small Mrs P M; Campbell, 420 Burdett St. 175-6 bread and cake baker Apply R. w. Scott, City Bakery.- 173.3 TO RENT for re- n re spectable men, every convenience, ap Ply Mrs -Henderson, Hudson's comfortable. Crabb street. i clean and Modern house. No. 719 175-6 1 TO roomed furnisned cot- well furnished, rent for three months, commencing Monday, July n, rent ?45 .per monSf Apply Ripley and Co. Phone 1034 -175-0 TO modern six room house Apply 429 Westminster Road FOR SENT- couple to work oh with some must be experienced and cap- experience, a position as book-keep- aWo er, stenographer or clerk. 'Apply BOX .Herald. 174-5 SITUATION man 36, well educated, se6ks, employ- ment as secretary to business gentle- man or manageress restaurant. Apply P. O; Lethbridge. able and no children; state age, exper- ience and wages asked, in replying. First class job, permanent if J. C. Drewry, the Glen Ranch, Cowiey Alta- V 173-6' servant 'at -once Apply. Mrs. J.JDuff..corner-London Box 1362 Burdett.St. '173-6 Tenders TENDERS will be received'by R. Gibbons Co.; Ott Block 174-3 on.Ag- TU per month. Apply R y Co., Ott Block Apply Box 47, Herald. -173-6 by main of good education, clerk or Un- derstands, horses." A. KL, Box 2040. 172-6 UJLIC VJJ.L v Scales, aecompanv all de- ----------------------------liveries. FOR HIRE-5 passenger touring car, I The lowest or any tender not neces- WANTEDrrTo ;ront modera house" five or six bedrooms, option of pur- experienced, cook. 4p- Ply Mrs. C. R. St. to.' pressing and ironing, -Apply Crown Cleaners, opposite' Methodist "church, Redpath, street. ,at -double brick :house -in Duff. A-dd'i- tion. furnished bed'room soiitl1 of Central school, 623 Cpiitts, St: bx FOR roomed house-parti v furnished, per North Lethbridge. Applv. C Box 2043, City.. 173-6 chasing if satisfactory. Address P 0 Box 671. _. ,173-S-l OSCILLATING to be installed.-nest week at THE CHEF CAPE FORD STREET This will make it the coolest dining parlor in Lethbridge. Service second to none. the i shoemaker, makes, and repairs boot j and shoes at his shack on, William i street, south of the tanfc, near minster, lowest prices, best mater- ials; will call and deliver any part of Lethbridge; mail orders prompt- ly attended'to; a. few sample boots and shoes for sale cheao. 158-26 J. M. Henderson EYE SPECIALIST Wright's Jewelry Store Lenses ground im the prem- ises. Evenings by appointment Office 2-5 Coal, Ice and PRAYING Western Transfer Co. BEOS.Proprietors Office next Arcade Phone H6B ill GRAND ORANGE CELEBRATION Will Be Held In LETHBEIDOE On THE GLORIOUS TWELFTH A good program of sports, speaking and music will be furnished, in which the public are invited to participate. -and country trips. Competent isarilv accepted chauffeur. Terms reasonable. Apply National Land Co., Room 4, Hill Blk Phone 1031. 166O EVERYBODY COME A BUSINESS MAN" SHOULD BEST WHILE HE EATS THE tethbridge C. B. BOWMAN, second hand light buggy. Address P. 0. Box 687. 171-6 and roomers. For terms apply to airs. S.MJ3rooks, 402 Secretary.' Westminster Road North 120-0 MARGARET ANGLIN PLAYS TO; Produces Sophocles' "Antigone" in Open Air Greek-Theatre at Berkeley San Francisco, July four months of preparation Margaret Angiin accomplished tonight at the Greek theatre on the University of campus the greatest task she_ ias ever under taken when she produced and appeared in a revival portable, boiler-or trac- PROPERTV FOR SAL.E 'FOR and furnish- a', piano, of six. room for sale cheap, tween 5" and 4 o'clock. Arenue. lor 3 young men. Wood St i between t> and 7 p'.m; 171.g ''WAREHOUSE VOR Westerii Canada -Agency propertv back of Dallas Hotel, spur track. W R' Dobbin, 310 v- 172-0 Apply% be- ___ 15 Argyle JFOR-.RENT-Desk room 'for rent W JR. Dobbin, 310 Glyn St. .172-6 FOR SALE-rProfita'Die hotel FOR .room with" board, if desireti. Apply 1202 Ford St. MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE 174-6 of "Antigone" of Sophocles .before MUSKRAT AND COYOTE SKINS WANTED In unlimited quantities; also hides of all kinds. brands. Make your shipments promptly. All hides should show J. Young 405 Smith St. d Fib Three Cars WOOD FIBRE PLASTER and Car PRESSED BRICK just unloaded. BEST SCREEN DOORS on the market. Try OUR STOCK OF LUMBER is large and dry. The best of everything at lowest prices. Do not forget the best place to buy building ma- terial. Yard Office Phone 362. Baroness Road. Gen'l Office Phone 334. Cafe IS COOL QUIET PLEASANT RESTFUL Menu and service cause no worry. an audience of more than'lO.OOO, test-j ing the capacity of the famous thea- tre. This was her first appearance in a tragic role and her triumph, was Whatever fear might have been felt that the lofty rhetoric and imagcrv of ancient Greek drama I jond ordinary comprehension was dis- ipated by the praiseworthy reaV'ng of the lines by Miss Angiin. and sociates. And those who were dubious as to the dramatic qualities of the play were thrilled by scenes as stirring and vivid -as are to be found-in istie the modern school. In artistry-and interest the per- formance was notable. The play -was given on the immense stage of the theatre without scenery, the classic background which, is solid masonry, representing a 'Greek palace, being en- tirely adequate and fitting to the needs of the play. Miss Anglin's performance show- ed breadth and grandeur of manner, and those who were fortunate enough to "be present tonight saw an exposi-' tion of rarest art Added to tier nat- ural qualifications for tragedy, the actress brought to bear luminosity of thought and splendid sense of iher re- sponsibility toward the theme that ihe was- interpreting. FOR light buggy, also two colts, one yearling and one 'two-year- old. A. Harding, N. W. Black smith shop, Duke St, North Ward. 175-6 FOR team work horses 7 and S years old, weight 1200 and 1400 _____________- pounds, to be seen first coulee north of Lethbridge Steam Brickyard. 175-2 i HOUSE FOR .S HOTEL FOR Consisting of 22 bedrooms, bath and 172-6 sitting :'rocm kitchen; barroom" and! Furnished laro-e V.aoQTnon-i- J j LuiiiautJU large all in first class order. room, bath. Apply C. consider trade tor Alberta land. TO ir rr -r> ___ V. A JJESK H.. Henderson, Rossland, B. '171-12 FOR curios, 1 pair carved marble vases and marble flower stand. j Apply 106 Ford street, near 175-1 FOR of Engineer- ing, four- volumes by American. Tech- nical Society. A complete manual .of steam and machine-shop practice, C. Westley, care of Herald. 175-Qx FOR cash register good as new. Price fifty dollars.' WMtesel, 'New ____________ ______. 174-6 horse, 14 years, and a house, ball, cellar, water, sinl< drain, wired for light, double lot, Torrance avenue, North payment, bal. nio., int 8 p.c. Apply 112 Torrance Ave., or P. O. Bos 1997. street, 120.00 per month. Box Herald. 171-0 TO to let, each suitable for two. gentlemen. House fully mod- ern. Terms reasonable. No boozers Glyn St. Apply to Mrs. J. S., 612 171-6 143-ox LOST AND FOUND ?2.50 gold piece inscribed between Dufferin St and the post office on Round. reward for return to 175-6 TO rooms in strict- ly-modern house. Apply ,306 Brunton 171-G FOR.RENT-Two large front rooms furnished, bath included. Call at 504 Oourtland, corner Round. 171-6 star on forehead, had forehead clipped. OFFICE TO RENT-Suite of two front rooms facing Round St., on a white i splendid location. Also a fine oAT'-n TT wu luieueiia cnppea. i i for sale Ismail scar on left hind leg below hock Apply FlSher St 1-74-fi ioint. his-tail hnhhorl FOR hundred hens Ap- ply G. S. K., Box 1947, Lethbridge P. 173-6 174-6 i Joint, his; tail bobbed a "little; 510.00 reward by returning same to John G Winkler, Taber, Alta. 173-6 cycles, new and second hand high grade wheels, guaranteed. Free replacements, everything from a spoke to a 3 speed bub in stock. Re- pairs of any make' of sewing machine I________________________ charges moderate. The Lethbridge I cup .off one of wheels o Cycle Co., next the Arlington Hotel. {fire wagon. Finder return to Fire Hal bay horses one branded on nigh thigh 7UP joined, the other branded JD on nigh shoulder. Finde please return to T. Teasdale, 140 Niven St, North Ward, and receiv ?10 reward. ig9- desk and counter 19S9, Lethbridge. Apply Box 167-0 187-121 No. 1. Ladies' and gents' cast-off 164_ LOST Gold watch, plain case inscrib wTjiu. case inscrio do Jung, furniture, carpets, ed chain attached Wn rugs, watches, jewelry, musical Instru- ments, bicycles, guns, buggies, Demo- crat wagons, horses and stoves. Replv to the Harvard Tailoring Co., 330 Crabb St., opposite the new Herald 168-12 LOTS FOR SALE With the assistance of George European Plan of Harvard university, she engaged ierself in the direction of the entire production., and her ef- forts in the last few weeks have been unceasing. For the production itself nothing praise can be accorded. The cos- tuming and scheme of color, which bad been designed by Percy Ander- son, of London, WINNIPEG HOTEL MAN DEAD Winnipeg, Man., July J. O'Connor, a citizen of Winnipeg, and proprietor of the Corona Hotel, died this morning, aged 61. FOR fine lots In Park- dale, ?275 for quick sale, half cash 3 and 6 months. Apply Box 271, city finder please call at Herald office 48-ox LAND FOR SALE LAND FOR SALE IN CARDSTON a run down and see where the government gets its car oad lots of sheaf wheat for exhibition purposes. Itfixed farming and dairj lands, improved fro to ?16; flat FOR Two choice lots on Courtland St, price the pair Apply E. T. McGregor, 1229 Bufferin St Phone SOS. 153-Os wheat lands to Co., Cardston. QQ.Q 174.6 Tenders TENDERS will be received- by the undersigned up to noon 16th day Of JlllV 2910 for and com- WLNTER WHEAT Card- ston District, one of the few districts in the West where Winter Wheat is a success this-year. "We also have splendid mixed farming propositions. Come and see for yourself. One hun- dred and sixty to three thousand acre tracts improved dands. ris Land Co., Limited. The Card-Har- 162-26 rooms. large Majestlc toeajre. A? on .premises. 97-0 TO Building opposite -Herald office on Crabb St, forSSg FOR Baroness st, a store 25x60, with ..basement full s in first-class shape good man. owner. Apply to Joe Fong, 156-24 TO A modern six room fur- nished house for one month on ett street beginning July isth, to mall family, telephone 1167. 172-6 double front bed- oom suitable for two or three, .odern conveniences, close in ort St. Cool noi 170-6 pletion of rive dwelling houses for Mr G. P. Ashe, according to plans and specifications to be seen at this office. Lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. The George M. Hatch Land