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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 9, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDQE DAtl> HERALD. FRDDAY. JULY 9, I Lethbridge, Alberta, July, 1909 To the Citizens of Lethbridge and District: I Our letter this week will be short, so you will have f little difficulty in bearing in mind Its contents. J We have just two things to say. If you give your attention to the first thing you will make money. If you give your attention to the second thing we make the money. NO. prices are lower than ever. You should see the large dispay of white muslins. Then we have just received a back order of Japanese parasols-daddies. These are marked and sell for A lot of men's collars -the latest-will go at half price. 'Everything else ac- cordingly. x i NO. is where we make the money. We would appreciate It if any who have unpaid accounts would allow us to write "Received, with thanks" across the face. i 4 HoplnS win S've these matters prompt attention as we. are anxious to wind up our business, we are, j J Faithfully yours, 'J THE J. BROWN CO. I Daily Heralds Patterns (591 LADIES' SHIJRWAIST Paris Pattern No. 1591 All Seams This is a smart style of shirtwaist for linens or any of the shirting silks or woolen. The fronts are closed at the neck and at -each side of the box- plait are joined to an oddly shaped yoke cut to give breadth and long shoulder lines. Nine fine tucks are stitched in each front at the deepest part of the yoke, the tucks dec- orative in effect and contributing the j proper fullness to the fronts. The pattern is in seven in- ches bust measure. For 36 bust mea- sure. For 36 bust the waist require. 4 1-4 yards of material 20 inches wide.. 2 1-4 36 inches wide or 2 1-8 yard's 42 inches widr-. Price of pattern. 10 Remit to Herald Pattern Department. Leth- Ornamented Japanned Water Filterers 3 Gals. 4 Galst Hayr Bros. P. 0. Boi 27 FIVC MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALI. SITUATIONS VACANT i-it rsa ____________ 154-0 Land for Any person over or woman, can acquire with this certificate For sale, Write or Teiford, 105-26 v u 4HJ small family of th w. Box 1381, Lethbridge. for ic Apply The Good Co. Ha-, m g, LJij each. Apply after ft p m Bompas St. and Westminster' OR SALE-35 horse double cylinder j cream, food as new. Apply to W 170-0 ion, New Dayton. S. Lethbridge, Alta 171-6 GUN CLUB RESULTS The Ghu Club results Wednesday night were as follows J c LivinT stone 16, H. Withers 13, T. o, Schover 7. Prof.Theo.PuIl Js a wonder Sfie In hill illusions and scientific performance at the Lyceum tonight. A first class show at Lyceum tonight. Prices I5c and 25c. SPORTS (Additional) TENNIS The following is a program of the events in the tourney with, Medicine Hat to be played on Saturday: Morning Singles Mrs. Scans vs. Mrs. Wilson Miss Parker vs. Miss Wilson Miss Mitch- ell vs. Miss Henderson. Men's Singles McLain vs. Barnsley Soaneg.vs. Higinbofcham; McLaughlin vs. latle.' Afternoon Singles j ...Everard vs. Harman Honiball vs. Newcombe Craig- vs. Morton. Men's Doubles Honibai and Everard vs. Hannan land Newcombe McLain and Soanes I vs. Barnsley and Higlnbotfcam Mc- I Laugtlin and Craig- vs. Morton and Seatle. Ladies' Doubles Miss Parker and Miss Mitchell .s. plrs; and Miss Wilson. Mixed Doubles Miss Parker and Mr. Honiball vs. I Mrs. Wilson an-d Mr. Harman Miss iM'tchell and Mr. Everard vs. Miss 1 Wilson and Mr. Newcomb Mrs. and iMr. Soanes vs. Miss' Henderson and Seatte. j PAYSON WESTON'S WONDERFUL WALE. Now York, July sports men are today observing with, inte est the progress of Edward Payson walker, who is now plod- ding across the lordly Sierras in California on the last swing of 'his transcontinental walk from this city to San-Francisco in 100 days. This is the 99th day and Weston has still over 200 miles to go over the moun- tains so that his effort to make the distance of about miles in a century of days appears to have fail- ed, butjie -has established a. feat of pedestriaaism that will probably, re- g Lumo win proqaoly, re- main unequalled for a long time to come. Weston is over 70 years of age and when he started away from' the Xew York city hall on March 15 last, there were many predictions that he would never reach the cb- jecfcive of his journev. OUR LET PER BOX. them with our town, and incident- ally it would bring more money into the town. I do not wish for a mo- ment to disparage our American friends whom we all welcome to our golden land of promise, but I do hope that our feelings of' loyalty to the British -Sovereign and -throne will not be quite relegated to obliv- ion in the hunt after wealth. Let us remember the words quoted -by Dr. ItfacRae on Dominion Day that Cun- ada is, "Eldest daughter in Her Mother's house and mistress in her own." Yours imly, Atf ENGLISHMAN. Lethbridge, July 7. Sale Planing Milh Sash and Door 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 selling. For price and terms Apply tc WILLIAM OLIVER At Factory Office WANTED-A good ener-etic hu, .For 4: Pres- 173-6 Coal Ben LUMP on the market DEL1V or at mine G-ood clean Nut 82.50 a ton delivered or SI at mine All coal sold C.O.D. Address postcaid to NEW BARNES MINE Royal -View Prompt delivery guaranteed W SALIT0ne 12-inch breaking -ne "Jewel" range in good condition. Price S30 iT -----0 ivi jj, J4 b man Kor fm- __ experienced lady sten- FOR SALE-Small. tent and Yost typewriter-bargains-John Barthol- omeft'- Box 591 P.O., Lethbridge 75 o parlor suite for sale --two-storey yellow house on Barnes North Ward. 176 s If you want any space at the car nival street fair next week, see F. W. Brown quick, Brown Amusement Co. offices, Round St. --eaMe young lady, English, wants position, child- ren s nurse preferred. Good needle- woman.. Apply 403 Bartlett Sf n, Miss Woodyard, general delivery'. FOR SALE-McConniek mower LOST From Granum Suitable reward. laaster, Granum, Alta. Notify 7 POSITION WANTED-A voung man Township experienced clothing and "turnishin-s branded lazy S on w J on n e- bridge. Address Box X'., Herald 76-6 .BOARD AND ROOM BOARD AND ROOM-Jn a strictlv modern house, bath, etc., at 425 Bart- 172-6 ROOMS WANTED ROOMS WANTED-Persons havin- rooms to rent for next week, leave address of same at Brown Amusement s offices on Round St.-we have 312 people to take care of 176-0 TO RENT. TO room, month -third occupied house south of LOANS FAKM LOANS-Manufacturers Life Insurance Company-are prepared to grant loans on farms on very reason- able terms- T. E. Patteaon. Agent. TENDERS OR_EENT-Blaeksmith shop in thriving town of Winnifred, where lots have been for sale the last two weeks. Will be vacated 18th of Jufy i brand, 10" years Old7 weight 1 dark brown horse; white face! 3-1 wuiiuauzi, JJia- fledeem, owner 0 suite Of two front offices .mediate possession. Apply at Wm i.utt. 172_0- TO' BENT-Furnished house, close in Sept. 15. Apply 514 Glyn St, o bridge, Room 9, Whitney Block 153-25 W of Westminster Eoad and Lon ad per month. Apply E V Gibbons, Ott Block TO EENT-One large well furnished room for one or two gentlemen. Ap ply at "two-story yellow house on Barnes St., North Ward. 176-0 PROPERTY FOR SALE Auction Sale J At Furman's Livery Bara To-morrow Ifternoon AT 2.30 Five horses Two mares and colts Harness and wagon Other entries are invited for this sale W.L, WILSON, 1 Editor of The Btcrild Sir your interesting and up- to-date paper appears apparently to be quite "au fait" with the feelings and sentiments of the inhabitants of this portion cf the British Dominion I feel compelled to ask you to answer ie the following queries Is this thriving city of ours'part of the British Dominion or is it portion of the 'United States of America Are the British subjects in this city so inoculated with money mak- ing- schemes.that loyalty has .given place to the, almighty dollar My reasons for asking these pert- ment questions arc not far to seek. In the Dominion "of Canada the 24th of May is. set aside as Victoria Day a day on which all right thinking and loyal subjects of the British Crown should honor the memory of the greatest and best ruler the world has over known-a true lody in every sense of the word and one against whom the tongue of scandal.has for-j ever remained silent. On this day, Sir, the flags in this fair city of ours wore for .the most part conspicuous by their absence. In last night's paper wo sec an appGal from retary Of the Board of Trade, asking, w-ho have bunting to display it today, and why? Because forsooth a party of editors from across the are coming on a holiday trip to Lethbridge, and it would' be great an advertisement if we could impress TT m FuOy Modern House, two .tones, close in; easy terms. Well-built Cottage, to Central School: excel- f lentlocahon; good Freeman, Macleod Graham Phone 173 z TENDERS "S .K received unta 6 p.m. Saturday. Julv 10th frtr the erection of a on the Westminster Church grounds 'West minster Road. Particulars may fat at anv time from Rev A A T FOK SALE-A new fully modern house. Apply p. McMnrphy, Mgr South Alta. Lumber Co., Phone 225. 121-0 FOE SALE-Twelve roomed house cor Crabb and Courtlaad, new and strict y modern. Apply J. McDiar- stnctly modern. Apply S. J. IMcDiar- mW' 176-6 reward at Herald LOST OE chestnut vjlite strip- w brand on right shoulder. Car- ried new halter. Eeward for return to bid. Eussell, Wood St., Lethbridge! ,176-S FOUND Fire Insurance Money to Loan on Improved The H. Macbeth Agency TENDERS TENDERS .will be received fcr re- ireshment privileges both on train and Picnic grounds at Brotherhood of Julv NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS TENDERS win be ed, addressed, to Merchants Bank of Canada HEAD OFFICE. HEAD OFFICE. MONTREAL Paid-up Keserve and Undivided Profits............... Accounts of Merchants, Farmers and Ranchers Solicited Drafts Money .Orders Letters of Credit Savings Bank Department Branch CoaHalc Block, Redpath St. I h p-rn-J of the tion to the W S25 roomed house with shed suitable for cows, pjgs or chick- ens Also one cart. Apply to H -Proctor, near A. R I shoos I7fij? KEWABD-For the return to av place of bay mare branded on right hip, white strip in face, shod 1 mare branded FP on right hip and A S'fn over A on Ieft Boulder y mare branded MC on right All had halters on bherman Hewitt, Sec. 15-18-18. 176-5 pUND-On July 1st, a lady's parasol on Baroness Eoad. Owner can have same by calling at Herald office -70-0 Structural Iron Worker'g membership book, belonging to Wm. Owner can have same at Her- ald office. 170.0 LANDS FOR SALE FOR acres of choice land, miles from good town, all fenc- gets 60 acres good prai- rie meadow, 220 acres will be sown to winter wheat this season. This all goes at S40.00 per acre, with >er acre cash and the balance one naif crop, payments with interest at p to the Canadian teai hstate Company, Room 9, Brvan Block, or Box 387. Lethbridge, Alta. 176-6 SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH, WEST LAND PECULATIONS f for- n the successful contractor fa'ils 110 enter :nto contract with the Board Tenders will be received separately i tor the heating and plumbing i inn lowest or any tender not i sanly accepted. I The plans and specifications niav j be seen at the office of j WM. T. WILLIAMS, Architect, ANDS FOR SALE-North half thir- tt-on in three fifteen, price 00 per terms. acres on New Wev- burn road, in six fourteen, price per acre, on terms, or ,59.50 per'acre with equity out All selected Apply Owners, Box P, Herald Office. 176-6 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS ERNEST TOWNSEND-late nursery man and florist, of Banbury rr. i IF >OTI A LAWN FEXPF- j Sfie A. Rochon, Crabb street, the Pi-- Ilawn wire man. 'jfiO-% VVAXTED-Carload of before the- fail. State lowest Quotation Kcply B. K. Tar' WS, B. C. 174.6 AN wanted by gentle- man m modern house, centrally lo- cated, with or without board. Write P. 0. Box 251, Lethbridge. 174.5 Any person wfco xs tire sole ot a family, or any male over 18 o a awrteMelttw of available.Dominion land in toba, daskatchewan or Alberta The applicant must appear in person at .the Dominion, Landg Agency or Sub. Agency for the to proxy may be made at any agencj ter of intending homesteader. Duties -Six months' residence upon of the Jand in each of three years. A homesteader may live within nine miles of home Jlffil of at Icaat 80 soleiy owned ana occupied by him ot ;py his father, mother, son, daughter i orother or sister. j. In certain districts a homesteader ;m good standing may pre-empt a quarter-section alongside bis home- stead. Price per acre. Duties.. reside six months in eai'-n' o: six years from date of horoestewi (including the tirae required to eara homestead pateiit) and cultivate :nity acres extra. A homesteader who has nis homestead right and cannot cb- a pre-emption may take a puf chased hcmeatead in certain diatricU rice per acre. .reside six months in each of tbjet years, cultivate fifty and ja house worth 1300.00. i W.W.CORI. Deputy Minister of the Interim i N.B.-UnsuthoTied oi ,thn wifl not ;