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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 13, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta lit Pally Herald, Wednesday, July EXCELSIOR CAFE OMOtlTE CURCKA JJNCH COUNTER SHORT ORDERS A SPECIALTY HOME BAKING ICECREAM AFtElSV OON TEAS Special luachps a-nd dinners served at meiil hours. us a trial. Quick service. _ .'.TRY, THE CHEF CAFE FORD STREET .lor a good meal at reasonable price. We give a free meal ticket to the lucky one every 7 w. "COULTER; Prop. I If lou Test (Jurttork We can guar- antee you the best work and complete sat- isfaction (Back of Qdd- fellow's Block) Cleaning and press- ing ladies' cos- tumes a specialty. Hats blocked and remodelled: Dye- ing. BlANTRY Tp. NEWS A meeting has been called to be held at the Loae'Star school house next Saturday ;to ascertain how many or -tbe homesteaders are in. fav- or of petitioning the government for an extension of time to pay this year's interest on their pre-emptions. A letter was received from. E. Greenfield, who is now in North Da- kota, stating the crops are a total failure down there ;this. year. Mrs. MewHiney -pi, Taber, are spending a week with Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert, of this vicinity. J. W. .Reason, who is inspired with. (a spirit of 'been work- j ing faithfully for some days on a (patent dxat was a puzzle to his j neighbors to figure out what it was going to be. Some thought he was i 1 making a music rack for E. Clum j and "others'thought he was" making an aeroplane, -but when it was pleted he hitched it 'behind his mow- j ing- machine to cut' the wheat- is too short to, cut with the bat nevertheless the animal bucked and absolutely refused to work. Hbn-. the looks of -that ..machine would stop a Negro funeral proces- sion, and it is of no value. .-V Tie Lone and Rolling Green school districts, combined and1 held -a Sunday school picnic last-.Tiursday. j at the river. A large crowd' was j present aad an enjoyable .time- -re-1 [ported. Quite a few were out from I Taber at "luncheon. .Mother earth with her coat or green, was, utilized lor. the table, and.the canopy of heaven for a .roof. After luncheon a was rendered. Mart An- derson, who is noted for his vocal talent, sang songs that would make Billy -Murray and .Ada Jones blush with shame. Rev. Richey preached his first ser- mon here Sunday in the school house, to.quite a large crowd- On Sunday about 4.30 o'clock fire started near J. "W. Reason's bam in some straw, -and with a strong north, wind blowing at rapid speed it crept into the barn and was-soon destroy- ed. People returning--home from, church rushed, to the scene just in time -to save the harness, five hogs and surrounding buildings. The barn burned to the ground with about 100 bushels of oats in it. As the roof "was in flames a shingle was carried by the wind about sirfceen .rods and set Sre per- sistent fighting it was controlled af- i ter burning a mile long and 40 rods "wide, Mr. Reason has the sympathy Your Appetite be Tempted You Will Find It ButLittle StrvitatYou Ever In Employ f l> i, i '1 i W Tenders Catered at the leth bri Note TENDERS addressed to the undersigned, "and endorsed "Tender or Supplying Coal for the Dominion will be received until 4 p.m. on Tuesday, August 16, 1910, for tie supply of coal for the public build- ings throughout the Dominion. Combined specification and form of tender can be obtained on application at this office. tendering are notified that tenders will not be considered unless made on -printed forms supplied and. signed with their actual signatures Each tender must be accompanied by an accepted cheque on a chartered bank, payable to the order of the Hon- ourable the. Minister of Public Works. 25 cento per insertion when not exceeding 35 wordf 6 insertions Please Pay in Adrance SITUATIONS WANTED woman wants washing to do at home or away. Apply Mrs. J. Wilson, general delivery. 179-6 equal -to. ten per cent (10 p'.c.) of, the amount of the which will'be forfeited if the nersoc tendering cline to enter into a contract when called- upon to do so, or. fail to com- pletei the, If the tender be-not accepted 'the cheque will be returned. The Department does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any tender. By order, R. C. DESROCHERS, Asst. Secretary. Department of- Public Works, .Ottawa, July 6, 1910. Newspapers, will not be paid'for this advertisement if they it without authority from the Department 177-3 FOR SALE OR- roomed. solid, brick semi-detached re- sidence i-n Toronto, leased for one year. Will .exchange for real estate in this neighborhood. Apply Box 1361 179-6 Clydesdale stallion, four, years old, a sure foal get- ter, will exchange for half section scrip half breed preferred. Address Drawei 3, FOR SALE OR business stand on Glyn.street jobs undertaken at pri vate houses by handy man, employ- ment required as driver or oth- erwise, of good education and charac- n I A T Arrow Lakes, B. C. Boats call twice daily. Landing in centre of sub division, all level land, sandy loam no stone, every .block-within five miri: 179-6 Sunday July trail two miles west of and near Coaldale, open 58, Coleman, Alta.. 177-6 TO RENT airy well furnished rooms in Brodie Block, (op- posite1 Alexandra Hotel) ..all modern conveniences. Terms moderate. Apply Alexandra Hotel Office: 172-O AUCTION SALE OF HANDSOME HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE TO BE HELD THURSDAY, JULY Mth. AT 1.30 P.M. SHARP in Turpin .Furniture Co.'s warehouse, rear of new Royal Bank, Opp. Sherlock Block. W.L. Wilson, Auctioneer... The goods consist ;n part as below: 7 Iron Beds, Springs and Mattresses, 4 Combination Dressers, 1 Dresser and Stand, 2 Commodes, 1 Davenport, 2 Extension Tables, 9 Carpet Squares, Five of the above squares ab- solutely new., 1 .-Jcker Rocker Kicchen Tables, 1 Kitchen Cabinet, Kitchen Chairs, 4 pairs Blankets 6 White Counterpanes, Several Toi'let Sets, And many other articles. Y. W. L. Wilson, Auctioneer. Terms Cash. No .Reserve Tenders TENDERS will be received by the undersigned .up to the 15th day of July 1310, for the supply and delivery- of four hundred (400) tons Coal, more or Jess, for the several school buildings %LS% Lethbridge. Protestant Public School District, the coal to be clean lump coal, free from slack, bone, dirt and rock, and to be delivered In such a manner that will insure the School buildings being constantly supplied. A bond will be required to insure prompt and satisfactory delivery A of from the Weigh Scales, accompany all de- liveries. The lowest or any tender not neces- sarily accepted. C. B. BOWMAN, Secretary BUISNESS CHANCES TOWN PACIFIC fif .......--w 1C good aSricuJtural dis- trict offers ground floor opportunity to merchants, tradesmen, real estaS S, black! finder will kindly return to Herald of fice and receive reward 1179-3 buckskin. mare, branded 4Y on left jaw, weight between 800 and 900 pounds; alse-one-bay horse, brand- ed MU on right shoulder; reward for return of each to J. R. Greep gen store No. 6. 179.6 Black and bull terrier pup, finder please return to F Kenny Bartlett Street. BRITISH COLUMBiA FARM FOR M shoemaker. .nrt and .noes at his shack gontt of the and deliver any shoes for sale cheap. 158-26 MONEY TO LOAN MONET TO and laiur- rann and dty property. Ap- Ply .the Southern Alberta Loan and Investment Co., 4lfi Dufferta ttreet Bryan MILES FROM KAM- LOOPS 150 acres, 50 acres in crop, wheat oats and potatoes, fenced, .school- house on property, ice up and full dairy equipment, 10 acres splendid fir Balance ready for plough, excellent :ruit land, full machinery equipment four heavy horses, 14 milk cows, .flock ot chickens and turkeys. 24 head of cows and heifers, two yearling steers extra 12 pigs, revenue from 14 ccws, butter sold for per month. Price without stock cash, balance 1, 2 and 3 years. Price with stock on terms Good house and barns, splendid wat- er and close .to open range, valid rea- son for selling. British American Trust Co. Ltd., 431 Seymour. Street 19S9, Lethbridge. i67-G TO rooms. large, double to rent. Majestic theatre. Ap- ply Airs. H. Cleveland, on premises." 97-0 TO opposite Herald office on Crabb St, formerly occupied by Empire Cafe. Apply McClure Stewart Agency. 146-O FOR a new store with basement, full This building is new and first-class in every way. Basement has cement floor and .walls: 9 -ft.: Second storey can also be had If desired. Ten rooms frirnishdd in first-classT shape.. Every- thing jiew.v iThis is atgood -proposition for good man. Apply to Joe Fong, owner. 156-24 HOUSES FOR and semi-modenv The Dows'ley-McMillan jand Company. 161-O TO room, for gen- modern house, telephone, etc. Apply 425 Bartlett 165-O LOTS FOR SALE OR fine, lots In Park- dale, for quick sale, half cash, 3 nd 6 months. Apply Box 271, city. 153-Ox 'OR choice lots on Ccurtland St, price, the pair. Apply E. T. McGregor, 1229 Dufferih St Phone 303. 174.5 177-6 FOR acre on Bailey street between Niven and McBeth, con- tains excellent 7 roomed house, water and light; also stable, chicken coops, stc. terms to suit. Will sell east half for North Ward Realty lady wants sewing by day; will go out for a day and meals or will take in sew'ng at home. Apply 406 Torrance Avenue or 1418. Viavi 1 Bompas street 10-12 a 5-8 p.m. manager, p. 640 Mrs. Annie Lingard 6a, 178-C ROBERT SAGE The Picture Receives Day the RED CROSS DRUG BOOK STORE Co. 178-6 B. C. DAIRY FARM FOR SALE AT A SACRIFICE PRICE 75 acres located in the famous Mis- sion district oh the .Fraser river, land classed amongst the 'richest in the world, 20 acres cleared. Balance most- Ij slashed and in pasturage. Small orchard. This land is the choicest of fruit land. Beautiful home, well built barns and o.ut houses, .good creek, spring, good fishing and hunting, main line C. P. R. 150 feet from house, best landing on the Fraser 1-4 mite away. Price cash balance 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 years. Owner ships milk to Vancouver, can net to year- jly on same. The price is absolutely right. British American Trust Co: Ltd 43-1 Seymour street, Vancouver. 177-6 ;