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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 15, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Lctftbrldge Pally Herald, Friday, FARMERS WOULD GIVE THE CP.R. FREE RIGHT OF WAY Commence Construction of the >urn Line This Year-Board Of Trade Exhibits" at Spokane _ f Weyb "luncheon of the executive held in the Cafe yesterday afternoon, ?President Nourse stated that a rium- tier of farmers and" others owning land along the route of the Leth- -rbridfe-Weyhurn line of the C.P.R; free right for from fifty if the would .start, grading. the :iine and carry it for that distance year. on the table a map of. the C.P.R.'s authorized route and a list of the land-owners along the line. Although the list had only just been started and had not yet gone out of the city, the owners of 67. quarter sections through which the line would "pass had signed their names to the .willing to give a free right of way for the road in order that, .the work might be rushed this season. Will Complete ,A ...communication, read :ttom the department of the pro- .vincial- government explaining that the cause of the' delay in the con-- struction of the telephone lines to Carmangay and Coutts was due to the failure of C. contractors to supply the required poles. The lines, however, would be completeti without further delay. Copies of the letter were ordered sent to the' boards of trade of Warner, Milk Riv- er and New Dayton. Letters Filed Letters were received from the Canadian West Bureau in Washing- ton, D.C., asking for a contribution, of toward the upkeep of the MONEY TO LOAN MONEY TO Loans and Insur- ance on farm and city property. Ap- ply the Southern Alberta Loan .and Investment Co.. Dufferin street Bryan tlocK EXGFF SFOR f AFF Ci OPPOSITE EUREKA QtJICK LUNCH COUNTEK SHORT ORDERS A SPECIALTY HOME BAKING ICECREAM AFTEENO01V TEAS-..-. V Special lunches and dinners served at meal tours: Give us a trial. Quick service. TO BE GIVEN AT THE bureau, and from the Great Western Film Co., asking for to take a 300-foot moving picture film of Sir; Wilfrid Laurier's -approaching visit to Lethbridge, for exhibition purposes in the east. 'Both letters were filed. Space Reserved at Spokane The executive of the Dry Farming .Congress wrote suggesting that if space was required in the exposition in connection with the Congress to held' this year in Spokane, it should be reserved at once. After some discussion, which brought out the idea that it was necessary to show up strong this year above all others, it was 'decided to reserve a space, and the letter was laid on the table until another meeting for the matter to be further worked cut. Chip in With 'Peg The secretary of the board of rail- 'the Tenders. TENDERS will be received by the undersigned up o noon of the 21st day of July 3910 for the erection :and com- pletion of rive dwelling houses for Mr, G. P. Ashe, according to plans and specifications to-be seen at this office. Lowest or any-tender not necessarily accepted. The George M. Hatch Lan Co., 316 Round, street. 25 cents per insertion when not exceeding- 35 words 6 insertions Please Pay in Adrance TO KENT SITUATIONS stenographer wishes position. Apply Box 12 Herald office. isi-6 as" grocery clerk, experienced, good references, box 426, Lethbridge. P. O. 180-6 B.JC. DAIRY FARM FOR SALE AT SACRiriCE PRICE 75 acres located in the famous Mis sion district on the 'Fraser riverj lani classed amongst the richest in-' lh world, 20 acres cleared. Balance most ly slashed and Jn pasturage. Smal orchard. This land is -the choicest o fruit land. home, well bull barns and Qut: houses, good creek spring, good fishing and hunting, main line.C. P. R, 150 feet from house, bes landing- on the Fraser 1-4 mile away Price 185.00, cash f 3060, balance 1; 2 3, 4 and 5 years. Owner ships mjHc to 9-10-11 For tlfe Best Loaf of Bread made from Hour of the ELLISON MILUNG ELE- road commissioners wrote that hearing of the application of couver board of trade for. an order! compelling the C.P.R. to reduce its east-bound rates from Vancouver to the same basis as the rates west from Montreal, would be heard on Sept. 5th.; The board has already cMed to chip in with the Calgary and j Winnipeg boards of trade to fight the' application. Government Seed For Farmers George M. Hatch and F. E. Mason asked the hoard to to have. put in motion the machinery for the- supply of seed grain .to farmers on. the. basis done 'three years -ago. After some discussion, the secretary w-as instructed'. to get into communication with L. Strong, manager of the AlbertaPaciSc Elevator Co., who at that time .hadrcharge of the' arrange- Vancouver, can net no year- ly on ,same.s The price absolutely right. American Trust Co. Ltd 431. Seymour street, Vancouver. 177-6 ALBERTA HEATING A PLUMBiNG D. O'Connor, Manager Plumbing and heating, gas fitting heating; jobbing promptly attended to. Opposite Pioneer Lumber Co. Phone 365. SHQEMAKING-iMcHenri, the dandy shoemakervmakes and repairs and shoes at his shack on William street, south of the tank, near West- minster, lowest prices, best mater- lals; will -call and deliver any part of Lethbridge; mail orders prompt- ly attended to; a few-sample boots and shews for sale cheap. 158-26, The following are the prizes: EntryNo. 1st 2nd 3rd 396 To Professional Bakers 397 Home Made (Bakers can- not compete in this class) 398 Girls under 14 399 Best Loaf Brown Bread from our. WHOLE WHEAT FLOUR 10 3 5 2 5 3 ments for the distribution of- seed grain fo_r the Alberta-goVernmeut Suspend Regulations The president'jbrought up the mat- ter, which lie -.said had been suggest- ed to him' by re- questing -the Dominion government to suspend the homesteaar cancellation machinery until March 1st next to enable homesteaders to leave -their homesteads- for- the purpose of going to work on construction-camps. Al- so the matter., of the postponement of the this year on -school lands sold last nearly out, .m of.practical farm- ers. The secretary was instructed to "write to the various .departments in regard to these matters and'urge ac- tion.. _: Files of correspondence were..- laid upon, the table between the president and C.P.R. officials in connection with which the C.P.R. had contemplated 'making in regard to passenger engines and crews, and also between C. A. Magrath, -M1P., the -the board and. 'the various railroads "in connection with the carrying'out of proposed construe tion work this "season in order to help homesteaders whose crops have beenjnore or less failures. A Great Centre MX. Horn, ..of .Messrs. Campbell, Wilson and Horn, successors to the woman wants washing to do at home or away. Apply Mrs. J. Wilson, general delivery. 179-6 WANTEEH-Odd jobs underzaken at pri vate houses by handy man, employ- ment required as driver or oth- erwise, of good education and charac- ter for either. Apply A. K., Box 204f Post Office. .178-6 SITUATIONS VACANT to clean office. Apply Pioneer Lumber Co.'s office on Round street engineer holding sec- ond class papers for Alberta. Apply Royal Collieries Ltd. girl nousework. Apply Mrs. livan, 119 Redpah St for light M. V. Gal- 180-2 good maid. Mrs. C. B. Bowman, 324 Westminster Rd. 1SO-6 TO hall, bright and clean at a low rent. Apply Meltzer Furni- ture Co., 413 Round St. FOR room board. Apply 619 Cutbill St. with 181-2 OFFICES TO large offi- ces, corner Round and Dufferin Sts in Bryan block, 117.50 monthly, llso Remington-typewriter, splendid roll-top desk, and counter for sale. Apply Rm 6, Bryan block or P 0 Box 1989 181-0 rooms to let in table MISCELLANEOUS WANTS small second-hand toiler State best cash" price and where same can be seen. Apply Box 14 Herald of- fice. 181-2, competent maid, cook kept, good wages. Apply Mrs. Hyde Baker; Cranbrcok, B. C. 180-G night engineer with pa- pers suitable 250 horse power boiler. Apply Lethbridge Brewing Malting Co. 173-0 and roomers, good meals, new-modern house, also servant in small j family. Apply .Mrs. J. M.'Aitken, SOS first, class piano for sale. Coutts Street. Apply 639 1S1-2 and, roomers, good meals, new modern house. Also first class piano for sale. Coutts street Apply 639 180-2 hay.. press, give, size and Must be" in -first class condition. Stirling, Apply H. O. Rollag, 179-4 Courtlahd Street. 178-0 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE 'FOR beautiful new piano 'Can. be seen by calling a-t 15 Argyle Avenue.; FOR hand kitchen 10 roomed fully modern house, Westminster and Bompas Sts 130 per month. Apply R. y. Gibbons Co. Phone 1191. 130.3 TO room, all mod- em conveniences. Apply 519 Glyn St. V...- 180-3 FOR at 904 cor.-Court- land and 180-6' FOR roomed house on rear of lot, electric light and water; also ;one furnished room; Smith; street. call at 424 178-6 TO Furnished front room suit- able for 2 or 3 young men, strictly modern, with or without board. Apply, 308 Bt uvton street. 178-5 range and couch. Street 537 Bui-dett 181-2 FOR RENT six roomed house close in with large barn. 34 -Argyle Avenue, ;oh premises. 178-6, rent small modern fur- nished cottage or flat, central locality, by Telephone 531. 177-6 OUTFIT FOR- Threshing and ploughing: outfit., for TO :home 'from com- fortable apartments for-gentlemen in sale or exchange for horses. Box 29, Herald Office. Apply 180-6 best offers for horses JFOR SALE OR o pasture and winter till April 1911. roomed solid brick semi-detached re- Apply P. O. Box .126, Pincher Creek. 177-6 j.sidence .in leased .for one year. Will exchange .for real estate neighborhood. Apply Box 1361 and roomers. For- erms apply to Mrs. S.MJJrooks, 402 Westminster Road North 120-O P.O. WANTED TO or" six oomed modern house by Aug., 1st. for t least one year; D; .j. 'hone 1126 or road master's office, A. L- '177-n COST AND FOUND This Is The Brand! Now is the time to try it Youinay win tibe prize! Ask your dealer for thit will get a high- grade flour at the right price and have a chance to win the biggest prize ever offered in Lethbridge flour mfll Ask Your Grocer for Our Flour. Usual prices will prevail Far further particular! see Lethbridge Prize List MUSKKAT AND COYOTE SKINS WANTED In unlimited quantitiet; also hides of all Kndi, brands. Make your shipments promptly. All hides should show J. Young 405 Smith St. will be Tempted We lead, Others Follow One visit to our yard will convince you. Complete stock in LUMBER, SHINGLES, LATH, LIME, PLASTER, CEMENT AND BRICK A nice lot of Screen Doors, Maple, Oak and Beech Mooring, Call once and you will call again. Catered to at the e s Lumber Co., Ltd. Yard Office Phone 362. Baroness Road; Gen'l Office Phone 3341 Gafe European Plan my farm 32-7-13.- west 4th dark bay mare two years old witi end of tail clipped off. and a notch cut put of each-side about half way-up, and two notches cut out of hair under inane: re'ward.-How- ard FlicMnger, Grassy Lake, Alta. 176-6 Clydesdale stalliohr four years sure foal get- teivwill exchange for half section scrip halt breed preferred. Address ..Drawer 3, Burdett, Alta.- 179-6 SALE OR business stand on Glyri street splendid location for general, store. Apply G. A. Peat Co., 5 Macdpnald Block. 179-0 FOR hens. Apply G. S.-H. "n _ J Box 1947 City P. O. TO double room in home, with _or; board. Apply 1208 Ford street 177-6 FOR furnished-room in .new house: one big.- enough for two, one block: south of. school, 627 Coutts street 177.6-. or three responsible, men may. have board with-or room in modern home, close in, Tele- phone 11089, 524-Glyri. St 177-6 FOR roomed house on Crabb-, street Apply L. S.'Ripley or sU65. i77-6. 179-5 cup off wheels- of fire wagon. Finder return to Fire Hall No.-l. 164-O an.of which are now, it was pointed North West Jobbing and Commission was introduced present and in reply board spirit he had seen, displayed at the meeting, and expressed .the opinion that while Lethbridge.had not had the start Calgary had, yet it was destined to be and perhaps greater, a wholesale center as that place, The members present. were: dent Nourse, Vice President Eylands, Messrs. H. Macbeth, G-. M. Hatch, F. R. Agnew, A, B. A. Tilley and Secretary ..J, W. McNicol. watch, plain case inscrib- ed "M. .chain attacaedL Will fjader please call at Herald -office. 4S-ox reward will be paid if the party, that found the bunch of keys, which they returned to P.O. if the same-party will kindly return Herald office the corkscirew, shape of a bullet, and a knife-that were also i on the ring.- 175-6 FOR cooking stove, in good condition, tent 16x12 with side walls 6 feet high, also general furniture Apply James Levesley .tent, Torrance Avenue, N. W. 177.5 FOB RENT OR owner new modern eight .room house with stable, on London will make. easy terms for sale. Apply Box 308 City.. ,y 176.6 FOR gelding, weight about and any lady can handler would make fine' delivery horse. Apply 1202 Fbrd.-St V. 178-6 FOR go-cart nearly new, end one child's buggy. Apply Bos; 1383. FOR shoats box 2054. Apply P. 0. 179-6 PROPERTV FOB TO furnished bed room suitable for two; half block south of" Central school, 623 Coutts St Ox WAREHOUSE FOR Western Canada Agency property, back of .Dallas-Hotel, spur track. W R Glyn St. 172-O FOR room for rent W R. Dobbin, 310 Glyn St -172-6 TO rom in splendid office on street, 120.00 per month. Box 12, Herald. 171-0 STRATHCONA TOOK .CONNAUGHT'S PLACE. Experimental Farm and tire rim for_auto- me-bile.. Finder please return same to Alberta Securities'Ltd, Coaldale block. .179-6 Lonodon, July Strath- eona officiated in the place -of the fce.of Connaught-at the laying of the foundation of .the new Royal Ac- ademy of Music. King George sent a telegram consenting to become a patron. It required almost two months of e season for Hans Wagner to get "his batting .stride, but now 'that he is in bnn he is rapidly making up for lost Sunday July 9 on trail two miles west of and near Qoaldale, open face .gold filled finder will rkindly return to Herald of- fice -and receive reward. buckskin mareV branded .4Y TO rooms., large, double to rent. Majestic theatre. Ap-J Ply Mrs. H.. Cleveland, on premises. 97-0 FOR roomed shack, 22 x20, can be easily moved. Apply box 1951 City P. 0. i79.g FOR cream parlor, good location for candy store and private boarding or rooming house; must gc on .homestead. Leo's, 815 Redpath St. 178-6 HOTEL FOR SALE-rConsisting of 22 TO opposite Herald office on Crabb St., -formerly occupied by Empire Cafe. Apply McClure Stewart .Agency. 146-0 HOUSES FOR and semi-modern. The Dowsley-McMillan Land Company. 161-O bedrooms, bath-and -room; Apply sitting room, kitchen, barroom and large tenement Bar room furnished, store No. 6. 17S-6 'white bull pap, finder please return to F, Keaay 317 .Bartlett Street time. Left-handed pitchers seem this sea- son to have recovered" mastery orer Mile Like, north of Raymond, an iron grey mare, white face, weight alfout 1300. Branded in shape of boot on left jaw. Liberal re- ward for return to C. Buhler, Raymond 181-6 on left jaw, weight between 800 andja11 Jn class order. f Choice loca- 900 pounds; also one bay horse, brand- owing to ill-health or ed MU on right shoulder; for return of each toJ. R. -Greep, gen. will consider trade tcr Alberta land nd i7i.3 3 A room for gen- house, telephone, etc AVZ-Bartlett. LOTS FOR -e.TT, Apply to H. Henderson, Rossland 5 ftoe Iots in Park-' i7i.3 3 for quick .sale, half cash, 3 A small "black leather purse r, T. iBiua.ii uitLvn. ieaiHer purse tne Chicago Cubs. What Burns and on corner, of Round and Bompas St Sallee did to them last week was a sin and a shame. Owner can have same by paying for and calling at Herald of- 2 experienced hard- ware men at once Apply-CW. GRAY Lethbridge this adv. flee. HOUSE FOR and a house, hall, cellar, water; sink, drain wired for light; double .-lot, Torrance avenue, North Small cash payment, bal. per me., int 8' p c Apply 112 Torrance Ave., or P O Box 1997, 143-ox -nm -e.TT, 5 for and 6 months. Apply Box 271, city. 153-Gi LAST GREAT METROPOLIS OF NORTH AMERICA on I L WANTED QUICK BUYER Two chair barber shop, mirror space forthree chairs nil ovwi- wuuiuciu. -A .snap for any person wanting the above at once. .Apply Box O Post Office, 178-6 I BRITISH COLUMBIA >ARM MILES FROM LOOPS 150 50 acres in crop, wheat, oats and potatoes, fenced, school- hcase on-property, ice ;up .full dairy equipment, 10 acres splendid fir balance ready .for plough, excellent fruit larfiC'full machinery equipment four heavy horses, 14 miHr cows, flock chickens 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 -13000 cash, balance 1, 2 and 3 years stock on terms: Good house ahd barus, splendid wat- Ler and.close to open range, valid rea- jspn for selling. British American FORT GEORGE, now starting _ main line of Grand Trunk Pacific Ry and on lines of six other railroads jeeted and building. FORT GEORGE is geographic and .c commercial centre of British FOR acre on Bailey street'between Niven and JfcBeth, con- taias excellent 7 roomed house, water and light; also stable, chicken coops, etc. terms, to suit Will sell east half for North Ward Realty C0- 178-6 LAND FOR 8ALB FOR land for quick sale, five acre plot, cash handles, balance easy. Apply Box 31 ofrice. Herald 181-1 TO RENT Large, aj'ry well furnished rooms in Brodie Block, (op- posite Alexandra Hot.ftl) all modern conveniences. Terms moderate. Apply Alexandra Hotel Office. 172-O Trust Co, Ltd., 431 Seymour Vancouver. Street 177-6 TENDERS FOR DITCHING up to will fee received at r the o tne undersjgned Company for about lineal of ditching HearvKipp, Alberta; Ditch will be 6 feet deep, Inches wide at For. -further parti- culars apply at the office of the LETHBRJBGE COLLIERIES. Ltd., Kipp, Alberta.' was. Maxwell, manager. and FORT GEORGE is at junction of one thousand miles'of navigable waterways Millions of acres of farmjtag lands, be- sides unlimited timber, mineral and coal resources, are tributary. JDne hundred million dollars will be spent in next three years in railroad buJdmg alone. By the summer of 1911 twenty-five ihonsanff- men with pay roll .of one hundred thousand dollars per day, will be employed in the vicin- ity of Fort George. We are joint owners and sole agents for Fort George Townsite. The gov- ernment insures and guarantees title to lots and one-quarter of. them. Write us quick for maps, plans and LAND FOR SALE IN CARDSTON a run down where tie government Its" car oad lots of sheaf wheat for exhibition purposes. Mixed fanning and dairy lands, improved fro wheat lands to f 40. Ce., Cardston. to flat W. O. WINTER WHEAT LANDS-rTSe 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- dred and sixty to three thousand acre tracts improved lands. The Card-Har- ris Land Co., Limited. 162-26 FRUIT acres _ run information about fortune-makine -the'Lower Arrow Lakes, opposite ODDOrtunltiPfi Pai-V 1. our upper Fraser Valley-farms. Natural Resources Security Co., Ltd Winch Bldg., Vancouver, B c" 1 S. street; Illhiois-Alberta 181-6 Realty .Co. ROBERT SAGE The Pjttiire Framtr Receivtt at RED CROSS DRUG A BOOK STORE me choicest on the lake, with 1-2 mile lake frontage. Must sell at once owing to Ill-flealth. Apply to Chas. Swartzen- Park, or to H. Henderson Rossland, B. C.. 171-12 MEN WHO KNOW A .GOOD THING will; Jump at this fruit land Coffer. 250 acres in Sto 10 acre. lots at Makinson's Landing, Arrow IB; C. 'Boats call twice daily. Landing in centre of QTlX 1------1 anc liiTiaiuu, em-iwiji iana, sanay loam no stone, every tlock within five nUn- utes of boat landing. For particulars and price, apply to J. Stephenson. Box 58, Coleman, Alta. ;