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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 10, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDQE DAILY HERALD, SATURDAY, JULY 10, I9W. PAGE NVt Madame Delmar THE CELEBRATED PALMIST AND ASROLOGER VISITS LEHBRIDGE Your life, revealed by the hand. What she tells you comes true. She gives advice on all affairs of life. If v-.'U are in trouble, or in doubt concerning some important' mutter, -call and consult her at once. It will cost you nothing unless you .are perfectly satisfied with what sue .tells you. Advice un business, love or money you just what you w.-mt know and never asks questions. Prices reasonable and within reacn of all. Reading p.m. BIG CARNIVAL HERE NEXT WEEK j Calgary Newt Praises Parker Shows in No Uncertain Man- The Calgary News says: Not the least of tlie attractions provided by the fair management for the enter- tainment of visitors are the C. W. Parki-T Shows, which provide the mid- way features. The name "ParH r" as- sociated with public amusements, is comparatively new to th.is' section, but in other sections it is the syn- onym of all that is new, novel and clean in the world of entertainment. The Parker Shows are cos- mopolitan in character, and embrace the best features of the hippo- drome, stadium, park and theatre-. Aside-from a number of sensational open air attractions, the man- agement presents some eighteen paid attractions and amusement devices, including animate, scenic, mechani- cal and electrical shows, as well as the larst-pt trained animal circus in the world, and-a high class vaude- ville company'under" the alTiter.-v.ivp and semi-euphonious title of Broadway Belles." The predominating feature doubtedly the trained wild daily from 10 a.m. SHEPARD BLOCK Next to Alexandra Cafe zo 9 BAD HAIL STORM IN RU.SSIA St. Petersburg, July A hail .storm of unparalleled severity is re- ported from Saratov, Pavlograd and Yekotaebar, in which many peasants and great numbers of horses and cat- tle were killed and the fields devas- tated. The loss is estimated at mil- lions of dollars. TV is un- anirnal circus, owned and operated .by Col. Al. G. Barnes, the veteran showman and animal master, than whom none in the world is better or more favor- ably known. He has the distinction of 'possessing the largest and most comprehensive collection of wild and domestic animals, including lions, _ti- 1854 Merchants Bank of Canada HEAD OFFICE. MONTREAL Paid-up Reserve and Undivided Profits............... Accounts of Merchants, Farmers and Ranchers Solicited Drafts Money Orders Letters of Credit Savings Bank Department LetHbnige Branch Coaldale Block, Redpath St. The Menu at is as extensive as any in the city. Open day and night. Everything in season. Lethbridge Ironworks Co. LIMITED Engineers, Iron and Brats Founders, Machinists, Boiler Makers, General Blacksmiths and Jobbers No Job Too Small No Job Too Large We manufacture and carry in Stock everythiftg re- quired for a mine, mill, elevator, farm engine or building grant loans on farms on very .reason- able terms. T. E. Patteson, Agent. TENDERS SEALED TENDEES will be receiv- ed by Wm. Evans, secretary of the Magrath School, until 12 oclo'ck, noon June 21, 1909 for the erection of an 8 room school building at Magrath, Alta. fledeem, owner 172-6 TO shacks for rent, near of Westminster Road: and Lon- don Eoad, per month-Apply R. V. Gibbons, Ott Block. 174-6 watch on iRound St., be- TO large well furnished ;tween Gray's Hardware and.'Higin- room for one or two gentlemen. Ap- ply at two-story yellow house 'on jeweL suitable at Barnes North. Ward. 176-0 FOR room cottage, city wa- ter, electric light, close in, per month. Apply Box 10, Herald. 177-6 TO July the 15th, nicely front room in modern house, suitable for two gentlemen with or without': board. Central. Apply Box S., Herald. 177-6 HOUSEKEEPING Separate tenders for plumbing and j In new block on Round St., complete- heating and ventilation. ly furnished for housekepmg, and in- Plans and specifications may be ob- eluding piano if desired, for rent for tained from the Secretary, Magrath, one, two or three months after August or from the undersigned at Leth- 1- Apply by letter t0 J. B. K., jpost- bridge, Room 9, Whitney Block. office box 448. F. B. BOLl'SON, 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 connected in any way with the above works. 172-6' NOTICE NOTICE is hereby given that any- one found trespassing on boulevards 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 privileges both on train ami picnic grounds at Brotherhood of Rail- road Trainmen's 2nd annual excursion July 22nd. Apply to Hugh Cameron. Box 441, City. 172-6 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., of Tuesday the 26th day of July 1909, for the erection j mid completion of a four room adji-i TO on Crabb St. be- tween Bompas and Courtland. Apply at A. Rochon's, Crabb St. 77-2 PROPERTY FOR SALE FOR new 'iuRj modern house. Apply P. McMurphy, Mgr. South Alta. Lumber Co., Phone 225. 121-0 FOR roomed house, cor. Crabb and Courtland, new and strictly modern. Apply J. McDiar- strictly modern. Apply S. J. iMcDiar- mid. 176-6 FOR roomed house with shed suitable for cows, pigs or chick- ens. Also one. cart. Apply to H. Proctor, near A. R. I. shops. 176-6 S25 the return to my place of bay mare branded (Fr on right hip. white strip in face, shod-. 1 mare branded FP on right hip and. ulso plus sign over A on left shoulder and hip. 1 bay mare branded MC on right hip, shod. All had'halters on. Shrrman Hewitt, Sec. 15-18-18. 176-5 dark bay. team of horses, branded EC. on-left shoulders. One has white .spot on forehead and one split ear. Lost on Sec. 17, 1. 7, R. 18. Apply to Wm. Noguara, liveryman, ry 175-4 Hudson's Bay store and Bpmpas. St., a point lace bon- net and trimmings." Please return to Mrs. Geo. McNaob, or Herald office and oblige. 176-3 brown'buckskin pony, brand ed T Compass on right shoulder. Car- ried new halter. Reward for returnvto Sid. RusseU, Wood -St., Lethbridge. 176-6 FOUND July 1st, a lady's parasol; on Baroness Road. Owner can have same by calllfeg at Herald office; .70-0 SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS LANDS FOR SALE Any person wncr la lire sole head ol a family, or any male over 18 yean old, may homestead a quarter-iection of available Dominion land in Mani- toba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. The applicant must appear in person at the Dominion Lands Agency or Bub- Agency for the dietrict. by proxy may be made at any agency ter of intending mouths' residence upon and cultivation of the land in eiib of three years. A homesteader. may live within nine miles of his home stead on a farm of at least 80 acret solely owned and occupied by him or by father, daughter. brother or sister. In certain districts a homesteader j IPQTI. HO acres ot cnoice lanci, n ceran srcs a s UboJj good standing may pre.empt a ria. and oats, (pur- i quarter-section alongside his home- 160 60 acres ffood prai- iLad. Price per acre. Duties. F Ubo Aioeria. A cemncd cheque to the ainount of five per cent of tender in ,1 accom- pany each tender, which be ,or- I Guaranteed to be be seen at the office of WM. T. WILLIAMS, Architect. Room 10, Whitney Block, Lethbridge, Alborta. rie 220 acre? will sown j -Must reside_ six months in winter this soasOD. This nil iuf six years irom daie of ni pt-r acre, with 10.00 i entry (including the time lequirecs w and. the balance one earu hoisesU.ad patent) and acrfcs extra. homesteader who has homestead right and cannot oh- a pre.eniptioi: may take put chased homestead ia certain districts. Price per. acre. Workmanship ERNEST nursery man and florist, of Banbury, Eng- land, seeks work in garden. Mac- beth St., North Ward, burn road, in six fourteen, prico j po.r acre, on terms, per aero i with equity out. All selected fficp. tni" 176-6 I for. Deputy Minister of the Inter.- publication ;