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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 14, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta DaUy Herald, Thursday, July ilTE EUREKA QUICK LUNCH COUNTEK SHORT ORDERS A SPECIALTY HOME BAKING ICECREAM TEAS Special luiichf's and dinners served' at meal Give us a ifial; Quick service. If Toil Test Our Jerk We can guar- antee you the ftest work and complete sat- isfaction SO LiGHT THEY FLY and so good you're sure to see us to repeat the order. Yes; dear lady, Isu't a place we know of that makes EXCELLANT.LIGHT PIES and in such variety as you find here. Wholesome pastry, like this bak- ery supplies, is a -boon to woman- kind these hot days. Send yaur stove off on a vacation and BUY PIES HERE. oaa- fellow's Block) Cleaning and press- ing ladies7 cos- tumes a specialty.. Hats blocked and remodelled; Dye- ing- Ford St Beaide Fiie Hall Phone 1181 ORANGEMEN ATCRANBROOK Cranbrook, July. city, was besieged yesterday, about 150 taking part ifi. their an- nual celebration..: -The proceedings opened with parade from torium to the government building at 2 where a number of addresses were given. Particularly interesting was that of Mr. gave, a resume oi the history of the Order, and its objects. A Ladies' Reception j was held afterwards, and the lodge at night for ritualistic work. The game last night between Cran- Appetite Tempted and You Will Find It Bett Little Servant You Erer Had In Employ C. DAIRY FARM FOR SALE AT A SACRIFICE PRICE 75 acres located in, the famous Mis- sion district on the Fraser river, land classed amongst the richest in -the world, 20 acres'cleared. Balance most- ly slashed and in pasturage. Small orchard. This land is >the choicest of fruit land. Beautiful home, well built barns and Qut houses; goody creek, spring, good fishing and hunting, main line C. P. R. 150 feet from house, best landing on the Eraser 1-4 mile away: Price cash 13.000, balance 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 years. Owner ships milk to net to year- ly .same. The price is absolutely rignt 'British American Trust Co. Ltd. 431 Seymour street, Vancouver; 177-6 WANT RURAL PHONES 173 Raymond. position as mine manag- 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. 175-6 Sun) While in Edmonto-i last weelt inter- viewing the Minister of Public Works re water-in the Little Bow, Messrs. McNaurhton and Sh.Hidice reminded the nr'rister that 7. ere still wiu: our telephone conneeucn. The minis ter rold them that tue :'ne would have been built before thU only for want "of poles. Evervl lung' "else is m" readiness. We will be connected with Clnresliulm in the near Tiie government is building a rural line oui from Tiaresholm and will continue ir Oarmangay. We have .'held several meetings and first class piano for sale, 25 cents per insertion when not exceeding 35 words 6 insertions Please Pay in Adrance SITUATIONS WANTED as' grocery clerk, experienced, good P. 0. box 426, Lethbridge. 180-6 -woman wants washing to do at home or, away. Apply Mrs. J. Wilson, general "delivery. 179-6 jobs undertaken at.pri vate houses, by handy employ- ment reauired as or oth- erwise, of good education and charac- ter for either. Apply A. K., Box 204f Post Office; 17S-6 Two first -and second cooks, want situation hotel or boarding house, have experience. ;B6x SITUATIONS girl for -light housework. Mrs. M. V. Gal- livan, 119 Redpah St. 180-2 good maid. Mrs. C, Bowman, 324 Westminster Rd. 180-6 competent maid, cook kept, good wages.. Apply Mrs. Hyde Jiaker, B. C. 180-G night engineer with pa- !ers suitable for a 250 power oiler. Apply Lethbridge Brewing Malting Co. 178-0 175-6 man, good educa- experienced draughtsman and machinist, good a job at anything. Box 24 Herald. 175-6 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS A long-bandied buttonhook should be kept in the laundry to clean the line from the tub outlets. A small quantity of chopped figs add- ed to a nut and apple salad gives an excellent flavor. A package or envelope sealed with of egg cannot be steamed open. Even delicate glass can be! safely washed in very hot water if slipped in edgewise. Soreness of muscles, whether in-' duced by violent exercise or injury, is quickly relieved by ties'free application .of Chamberlain's Liniment, This Lin- iment is equally valuable for muscular rheumatism, and always affords quick relief. Sold by all druggists. jbrook and Nelson was a good jtion of. ball and much enjoyed by an j exceptionally large number o: specta- i tors. Many good plays were made, and it was a hard fight for the home team to win. out by the small score of 2-1. J. G-. Cumrnings, left yester- day for. Spokane in connection with his business. E. Chapman, of Toronto, is in the city to-day on the business of his firm, Henry K. Wampole Co., of Perth, Out. G-eorge H. Richardson, an old-tim- who was city engineer here in. the early days, is back in the city for Fort Steele is .also "having its share of. moisture, yesterday a heavy, shower improved the appearance" of tMngs generally, and the ranchers around all hold the most optimistic views with regard -to this year's crops. That' the Kootenays are a farming and ranching country "it- 'is expected will be amply demonstrated this year. THE LETTER BOX CHEAP ADVERTISING Editor Lethbridge Herald: Sage mites in yester- j day's Herald and asks me to get up I on a stool and tell the mayor in. his. ear instead through -the press. That's easily done and. I can do it again. But Aid. Sage must prac- tise what he preaches to me. He, has a long way to go yet to fulfil- the a tour of inspection in the Edmoit- ron district looking over the coal lands there on behalf of his com- pany. Considerable rain fogs fallen in the Cranbrook district within the past week, and everything is looking in first-class shape, indications being that a prosperous season is ahead' of MUSKRAT AND COYOTE SKINS WANTED In .unlimited quantities; also hides of all Muds. All hides should show brands. Make your Bhipmsnts promptly. lew days renewing old acquaintances. Mr. Richardson is now employed in his professional capacity on the Grand has lately been'on Promises he made oa .that postcard. The only, thing Robert has ever done that was in his promises was 3 Lethbridge. TO rooms, large, double to rent. Majestic theatre. AIH ply Mrs. H. Cleveland, on 97-0 TO opposite Herald office on Crabb St., formerly occupied by Empire Cafe. Apply McCmre Stewart Agency. 146-O HOUSES FOR and semi-modern. The Dowsley-McMillan Land Company. 161-O .bucksMn mare, branded 4Y on left-jaw, -weight between 800. and 900 onerbayrhorse, brand- ed MU'dn'right shouldet; reward for return of each tc J. R. Creep, gen. store No. 6. 179.5 and white bull terrier pup, finder please return to R Kenny'l 317 Bartlett Street 179-0 BRITISH COLUMBIA FARM FOR MILES FROM KAM- LOOPS 150 acres, 50 acres in crop, wheat, oats and potatoes, fenced, school- iquse on.. property, ,ice up and full dairy equipment, 10 acres splendid fir Balance ready for plough, excellent rnit land, full machinery equipment our heavy corses, 14 milk cows, flock and 'turkeys. 24 head of cows and heifers, two yearling steers, extra 12 pigs, revenue from 14 cows, butter sold for per month. Price without stock 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- on for selling. British American Co. Ltd., 431 Seymour Street 'ancouver. room for gen- tlemen, modern house, telephone etc Apply 425 Bartlett 165-6 LOTS FOR tALS. FOR SALEr-Two fine lots In Park- dale, for quick sale, half 3 and' 6 months. Apply Box 271, city. 153-Ox FOR acre, on Bailey- street between Niven and McBeth, con- tains excellent 7 roomed house, water and light; also stable, chicken coops etc. terms to suit. Will self east half for flOOO. North Ward Realty Co- 178-6 LAND ron SALE LAND FOR SALE IN CARDSTON Take a run down and see where the government gets .its car oad lots of sheaf wheat for exhibition purposes. Mixed farming and dairy lands, Improved fro to flat W. wheat lands to Co., Cardston. SHOEMAKING-McHenri, the dandy shoemaker, makes and repairs boots and -shoes at Ma shack on William street, south of the tanfc, near West- minster, lowest prices, best mater- ials; will call and deliver any part of Lethbridge; mail orders prompt- ly attended to: a few sanrole boots and shoes for sale cheau. 158-26 MONEY TO UOAN- MONEY TO and ance on farm and city property. Ap- ply the Southern Alberta Loan and Investment'Co., 418 Bryan btocH lady wants sewing-by day; will go out for ?1.50 a day and meals or will take in sewing at home. Apply 406 Torrance Avenue or phone 141S- 179-2 Viavi Co., offices 1217 Bompas street Hours 10-12 a. m., 5-S p.m. manager. P. 640. Mrs. Annie Lingard, O. Box 2061. Phone 178-0 ROBERT SAGE The Picture Frtmer Every at the RED CROSS DRUG A BOOK STORE WINTER 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- sixty to three thousand acre tracts Improved lands. The'Card-Har- ris Land Co., Limited. 162-26 FRUIT LAND FOR 254 acres on the Lower Arrow Lakes, opposite Deer Park, SO acres, considered the choicest on the lake, -with 1-2 mile lake frontage. Must sell at once owing to Ill-health. .Apply to Chas. Swartzen- hauer, Deer Park, or to H. Henderson, Rossland, B. C. 171-1' MEN WHO KNOW A GOOD THING will jump at this fruit land offer. 200 acres in 5 to 10 acre lots at Makinson's Landing, Arrow Lakes, B. C. Boats call twice daily. Lauding In centre of sub division, all level land, sandy loam no stone, every block within five min- utes of boat landing. For "particulars and price apply to. J. Stephenson, Box 58, Coleman. Alta. ;