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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 9, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Irrigated and guaranteed to be the best on the market Duff Addition Lots ci ose in, and wi and You Will Find It the Best Little Servant You Ever Had In Employ All ll on sewer and water in 60 days, for sale at Dry Weather Prices 3 Modern Residences For sale at Bargain Prices "LETHBRIDGE INVESTMENTS" MAXWELL HELGERSON Tenders For Sale of Land Tenders will be received by the un- dersigned until the July, for tbe sale of the described land, for cash. N. E. 1-4 Section 4, Township 3, Rge. 15, 6 miles northeast of Milk River sta- tion. 161 acres. Tenders to be ac- companied by 10 per cent of 25 cents per insertion when not exceeding 35 words 6 insertions Please Pay in Advance SITUATIONS WANTED Japanese, Zirst and Alberta Block. Phone 777 GEOLOGICAL REPORT ISSUED Discoveries Made in Can- i ada During the Past Year Ottawa, July the annual re- port ot the director of surveys ot the Geological hranch of the Department of Mines, just issued, the statement is'made that the stag pi the survey branch is too weak to 'cope with the pressing -work of such an extensile country as Canada. la order over- come the difficulty it has been neces- wan to the source of the McLeod river. Mr. W. H. Collins has report- ed on the Montreal River district, which includes Gowganda and Maple Mountain districts. He stated that the outlook of the district as shown by recent -work appears to he sat- isfactory, though not equal to san- guine expectations widespread distri- bution of ore offers serious disad- vantages to economical mining. In regard to the Larder lake district Mr. M. E. Wilson reports that gold values are confined almost entirely to stringers of quartz -which in many in- stances contain no gold" or too little for profitable mining. T. i TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS James Matchell, of ptonabee, was overcome with the neat while pur- chasing a C. P. R. ticket at Peterboro. A loss of was caused by fire sary to, engage outside represents j in News Company's tiyes. That some important discov-, premises on st Jaines street? Mont_ were jrtade bv, the reaL stafi. ol the survey during the year j Senator Forget was overcome by are reported .during the past season, j fceat while on a fishing trip on the Mr. D. D. Cairns discovered a new JBonaventnre river and had to return occurrence of "coal in. the TVhite Horse to Montreal district in British. Columbia, and Mr, I Alexander Seymour, an Indian half- .D.'B. Bowling found a and ap-[ breed, of Selkirk, Maiu was drowned parently important coal basin in Al- j in the Nelson river while on the Hud- berta reaching Saskatche- i son's Bay Railway survey. In a game replete with errors Dia- mond City last night defeated the Police team. at the bar- racks diamond by a score ot 15-6. OSCJXLATIjVG FAN to be installed next -week at THE CHEF CAFE FORD STREET This will make it the coolest dining parlor in Lethbridge. Service second to none. Coal, Ice and PRAYING Western Transfer Co. LONG BKOS.Proprietors Office next Arcade Phone 1163 GRAND .ORANGE "CELEBRATION Win Be Held In LETHBBTDGE On THE GLORIOUS TWELFTH A good program of sports, speaking and music will be furnished, in which the public are invited to participate. EVERYBODY COME 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 cheque. The highest or any tender j wcjuld Hike work, necessarily accepted. Subject to the cleaning offices or taking charge of agreement of sale of the Alberta way and Navigation Co. Tenders to be forwarded to A. E Easton Co., Lethbridge. 15MS 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 and specifications may be seen at the offices of Wm. T. Williams Architect, of Medicine Hat and Leth- bridge. Also at the office of H. P. Munro, the Secretary of the Board at Taber. Tenders raust be for the work com- plete2' and all tenders must be accom- fmied by a certified check for an amount! to 10 per cent of me tender. These checks will be return- ed to unsuccessful tenderers upon the awarding of the contract The lowest or any tender not neces- jsarily accepted. I H. P. MUNRO, Sec'y-Treas. Taber School 1st 'No. 933, Taber, Alta. 170-9 LAND FOR SALE block. Apply Box 3S Herald office. 175-2 second cooks, want situation hotel or boarding house, have experience. Box 173 Raymond. 175-6 SITUATIONS VACANT TO KENT WANTED-Boarders. terms per accommodation. Call at double brick house in Duff Addi- tion, 407 McDuff street. 774-6 WANTED-Exclusive local agents and travellers to sell -the best fountain pen on the market. Good profit. Sample 25c. Address Mr. Murray, Room 27, La Patrie 'Building, Montreal. 176-1 first class clothing and gent's furnishing salesman, must be good .vindow trimmer, card writer pre- ferred. Apply, stating experience and salary expeoted to Box 2S, Herald 176-3 A position as mine manag- 1 WANTED _ Good r fir la er, first class B. C. and Alberta papers, experienced in railway location, pros- pecting, development of plant and de- signing, 20 years in coal mines. Box 26 Herald office. 175.5 man, good educa- tion, experienced draughtsman and machinist, good references, take a job at anything. Box 24 Herald. 175-6 young man with some experience, a position as book-keep- clerk. 1st, capable of handling dictation iii first shaye, state age, references and salary expected. Apply Box J 15, care of Herald. 176-3 general and horse- shoeing blacksmith, roust be a steady reliable man. Apply to Spry and Knowles, hardware dealers, Coleman 175-0 174-6 I general servant or housekeeper, small house. Mrs P St BOARDERS WANTED-Two or three uiay have board with or withoMf room at 524 Glyn street; responsibfi FOR RENT OR SALE-By owner new modern eight room house with stable on London Road, close in, win Sake easy terms lor sale. Apply BOX 308 176-6 617 RoTnd sS. gg ire, and light, close in, rent month. Apply store 612 Glyn St 176-6 for re- ap- SITUATION wo- man 36, 'well educated, seeks employ- ment as secretary to business gentle- man or manageress of tea rooms or restaurant. Apply P. 0. Box 1362. ethbridge. 173-6 ,LAND FOR, SALE IN CARDSTOK u-u a run andses- View, Alta. 1-where .tee government gets its car oad lots of sheaf wheat for. exhibition purposes. Mixed farming and dairy lands, improved fro to flat wheat lands to W. 0. Lee Co., Cardsion. 96-C as or cook, in hotel. Brown, c-o Mrs. Wm chambermaid servant at once. Apply Mrs. J. Duff, corner London Rd and Burdett St. 73.4 TO RENT-Furnished room, clean and Crabb street. 175-6 or cook, in hotel. Apply Miss Marv'. Vm. McNabb, Prairie ply Mrs' C- R- Daniel, 314 Bartlett ST. and T_ writer, young man wanted immediately L u roomed furnished cm- Apply Box 47, Herald. 173-6 modern and well furnished J- b. Ripley and Co. Phone 1034." experienced cook. Ap- Duke of Aosta accidentally killed a peasant with Ms motor near 172-6 by man of j ,to do -pressing and house- good education, clerk or otherwise. Un-j Boning, good wages. Apply Croiynj'_____ a 175'6 derstands horses. A. K, Box 2040. j Cleaners, opposite Methodist church, FOR street 172.6 Dlv R V o _. MISCELLANEOUS WANTS WINTER WHEAT Card- ston District, one of the few districts in the West where Winter Wheat is second hand maker at once 4.p-' ply Lethbridge Iron Works. .172-6 1 w, R. Gibbons Co. Cassio. BUSENTESS MAN SHOULD REST MUSKRAT AND COYOTE SKINS WANTED In unlimited quantities; also hides of all kinds. All hides should show brands. Make your shipments promptly. J. Young......405 Smith St. EATS THE Wood Fib re Tliree Cars WOOD FIBRE PLASTER and Car PRESSED BRICK just unloaded. BEST SCREEN DOORS on the market. Try one. 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. I Lethbridge Hotel Cafe COOL QUIET PLEASANT RESTFUL Menu and service cause no worry. a success this year. We also have splendid mixed farming propositions. Come and see for yourself. One hun- dred and sixty te three thousand acre tracts improved lands, ris Land Co., Limited. The Card-Har- 162-26 LAND FOR snap in irri- ;ated land in Alberta, acres eight miles' from city, part dry, part irrigat- ed, 200 acres on ditch under crop, spring wheat, alfalfa, oats? nine room house, stable, etc. The Dowsley-Mc- Millan Land Co., Glyn St. near Red- path, Sherlock Bldg. Phone 544. 172-6 buggy. Address P. O. Box 6S7. light 171-6 174-3- PROPERTV FOR SAL.E FOR RENT-2 roomed house on A- new St., per month. Apph- Co., ott Block. 174 i and roomers. For j terms apply to Mrs. S.M.Brooks, 402 Westminster Road North portable boiler or trac- tion engine. Apply-G. A, Peat Co., 5 Macdonald Block. 171-0 and furnish- 120-0 including a piano, of six room house, for sale cheap.' Apply be- tween 2 and 4 o'clock. 15 Argyle MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE FOR camera, 5x7, will take 510 if taken at once. Box 30, care Herald office. 176-1 FRUIT LAND FOR acres on the Lower Arrow Lakes, opposite Deer Park, SO acres, considered the choicest on the lake, with 1-2 mile lake rontage. Must sell at once owing to 11-health. Applv to Chas. Swartzen- hauer, Deer Park, or to H. Henderson, Rossland, B. C. 171-1' FOR light buggy, also two ne two-year- Avenue. 174-6 FOR Profitable hotel (busi- ness. Good reason for selling. Apply Hotel, New Dayton, New Dayton Alta. ly 120S Wood St. double room __ without .board. 174-6 terms per month. Good accommodation. Call at double brick house in Duff Addi- tion. HOTEL FOR Consisting of 22 bedrooms, bath and toilet, dining room. sittin large TO furnished bed room suitable for two; half block south of Central school, 623 Coutts St (k rocm, kitchen, barroom Bar room fur and FOR Five roomed house partly furnished, per month: Wallwork St the dandy shoemaker, makes and repairs boots and shoes at his shack on William street, south of the taut, near West- minster, lowest prices, best mater- ials; will call and deliver any pan of Lethbridge; mail orders prompt- ly attended to; a few sample boots and shoes for sale cheap. 158-26 TOfERAL OF 175-6 FOR team work horses. 7 and 8 years old, weight 1200 and 1400 pounds, to be seen first coulee north of Apply to H. Henderson, Rossland, B. 171-12 HOUSE FOR j. auu a Lethbridge Steam. Brickyard. 175-2 house, hall, cellar, water, sink, drain, wired for light, double lot, Torrance FOR of Engineer-! avenue, North Ward. Small cash ing, four volumes by American Tech- payment, bal. per mo., int. S p.c. Til 1 A nn-m-n? f- A 1 1 nical Society. A complete manual of steam and machine-shop practice, C. Westley, care of Herald. 175-Ox FOR cash register, ood as new. Price fifty dollars. Apply 112 Torrance Ave., or P. "o Box 1997. 143-ox LOST AND FOUND good as new. Price fifty dollars, j Apply John Wnitesel, New Dayton, gold piece inscribed Alta. 174-fi "Priscilla." between Dnffprin si- North Box 2043, City. Apply C. E. Sydal, 173-6 TO to let, suitable for 3 or 4 young men. Apply 320 Wood St., between 5 and 1 p.m. WAREHOUSE FOR Western Canada Agency propertv, back of. Dallas Hotel, spur track W R Dobbin, 310 Glyn St. 179 r> FOR room for rent W R. Dobbin, 310 Glyn St. 172-6 CYRIL JONES .-.-._-._ j uti ifcLrlLLLU, JFOR for sale cheap !for retum 'to Herald office. Apply 1222 Fisher St 174-6 174-g i "Priscilla." between .Dufferin StV'and j the post Round. reward i 175-6 j horse, 14. years, white star on forehead, had forehead clipped, FOR hundred hens. Ap- i forehead, had forehead clipped, TO room, bath ply.G. S. H., Box 1947, Lethbridge P. door south FOR room with board, if desired. Apply 1202 Ford St _______- 172-6 FOR furnished rooms, close in. 424 Smith. O. 173-6 Cranbrook, July remains of Cyril Jones were interred yesterday, FOR SALE-30 cycles, new and second the cortege leaving the undertaking hand high grade wheels, guaranteed. parlors at four o'clock. The funeral j Free replacements, everything from a" 'spoke to a 3 speed hub in stock. Re- pairs of any make of sewing machine. was .under the auspices of the I.O.O.F. and there was a large turnout of the brethren, and the Sister Lodge was also represenutd. An impressive ser- vice .was held in Christ church of which body deceased was a member, and the following ;then marched to the burying ground, Cyril Jones was a young man very highly regarded by all with whom he came in contact, and as a tribute to the respect in which he was held flags were at half mast an the day and the stores closed down for over an hour at the timit of -the ser- vices. luuu UCILMV I it-uu. iHu ClOOr" SOUth joint, his tail bobbed a little; I Majestic Theatre. 522 Crabb St 726 reward by returning same to John G Winkler, Taber, Alta. 173.5 TO RENT- Monday July 4 one red call, branded 2 D on right side. Please re Desk rom in splendid office on street, per month. Box 12; Herald. 171-O charges moderate. .The Lethbridge j near Cycle Co., next the Arlington Hotel.) turn same to Joe Hudak, Ford street 175-6 167-12 and gents' cast-off clothing, shoes, furniture, carpets rugs, watches, jewelry, musical instru ments, bicycles, guns, buggies, Demo- crat wagons, horses and stoves. Replj to the Harvard Tailoring Co., 330 Crabb opposite the new Herald office. 168-12 LOTS FOR SALE European Plan OTTAWA FANS WILL SEE THE PICTUPES FOR fine lots in Park dale, for quick sale, half cash, I and B months. Apply Box 271, city, 153-Ox on A Ottawa, July people who j St Phone 308. wantvto ste the pictures of the Johnson- Jetfries fight are not much disturbed by rhe dec-Kion of the 150v. eminent tr-at t.' ey cann -fc in Ontario. It fs assume', th.n no ?ivii bythe Quebec gov- ernment and that the pictures will be shown across the river in Hull, Que. Towns along the Ottawa river will benefit considerably In a financial sense by the prohibition of the pictures in Ontario. FOR Two choice lots j Courtland St, price 51250.00 the pair j Apply E. T. McGregor, 1229 Dufferin 174-6 MONEY TO LOAN MONEY TO and insur- ance on farm and city property. Ap- ply the Southern Alberta Loan and Investment Co., 416 Dafferln street Bryan WocK TO REN' Yard Office Phone 362. Gen7! Office Phone 334. Baroness Road. OPPOSITE EUREKA QUICK LUNCH COUNTER SHORT ORDERS A SPECIALTY HOME BAKING ICE CREAM APTERNOON TEAS Special lunches and dinners served at meal hours. Give us a trial. Quick service. Large, airy well furnished- rooms in Brodie Block, (op- posite Alexandra Hotel) all modern conveniences. Terms moderate. Apply Alexandra Hotel Office. 172-O my farm 32-7-13 west 4th mer.. one dark hay mare two years old with end of tail clipped off and a notch cut out of each side abou half way up, and two notches cut out of hair under niane. reward. How ard Flickinger, Grassy Lake, Alta. 176-6 cup off one of wheels of fire wagon. Finder return to Fire Hal; No. 1. 164-O watch, plain case inscrib- ed "M. chain attached Will finder please call at Herald office. 48-ox Suitabl le reward will be paid if the party that found the bunch of keys, which they returned to P O if the same party will also kindly return to Herald office .the corkscrew, shape of a bullet, and a knife that were also on tne ring. 176-6 Tenders TENDERS' will be received by the undersigned up to noon of the 16th day of July 1910 for the erection and com- pletion of five dwelling houses for Mr TO to let, each suitable for two gentlemen. House fully mod- ern. Terms reasonable. No boozers need apply. Glyn St. Apply to Mrs. J. S., 612 171-6 TO rooms in strict- ly modern house. Apply 306 Brunton 171-6 FOR large front rooms furnished, bath included. Call at 504 Lourcland, corner Round. 171- OFFICE TO of two front rooms facing Round St, on a corner splendid location. Also a fine roll-too TO rooms, large double to rent. Majestic theatre ply Mrs. H. Cleveland, on premises. 97-0 TO RENT-Building opposite Herald office on Crabb St., formerly occupied by Empire Cafe. Apply McClure btewart Agency. FOR St, a new store 25x60, with basement, full size ims building is new and first-class ID every way. Basement has cemeitf loor and wails 9 ft Second storev can also be had if desired. Ten v 1. TA1 "M-M.. j. P. Ashe, according to plans and ic first-class shape. pecifications to be seen at this office. ?s This is a sood proposition Lowest or any tender not necessarilv ror sood man- Apply to Joe ccepted. The George M. Hatch Land owner- :o., 316 Round ----------_---------- HOUSES FOR RENT-Modern and j semi-modern. The Dowsley-McMillan (Land Company. BUISNESS CHANCES TOWN DUSTLESS HOUSE CLEANING Vacuum lettifiridp ftenovaiing Co Tel. 687 ON P.FNTT TRUNK PACIFIC fifty miles east of! modern six room fur- Edmonton, in good agricultural dis-jnislied for one month on Bart- trict, offers ground floor opportunity I lett street beginning July isth to a to merchants, tradesmen, real estate Ismail family, .eleohone 1167'' i7or men, doctor, druggist, baker, black-i -eiepnone smith, harness maker, tailor arid other lines. Write Town Site Owners Walch Land Co., Union Bank Buildinc Winnipeg. e ROBERT SAGE The Picture Framer Receives Every Day at, the RED CROSS DRUG BOOK STORE TO room for gen- tlemen, modern house, telephone etc Apply 425 Bartlett. TO room, all mod- ern conveniences. Apply'i20S Court- land St 171.6 FOR passenger touring car, city and country trips. Competent chauffeur. Terms reasonable. Apply National Land Co., Room 4, Hill Blk Phone 1031. 166.0' ;