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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 16, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE t_JLf.THBRIDQE THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD, FRIDAY, JULY 16, 909 Call and look over our list of Snaps in Farm Lands. We are Agents for the Minneapolis Threshing Machine Co. For repairs call or write us. THE ALBERTA REALTY EXCHANGE, BRYAN BLOCK LETHBRIDGE. NO SUNDAY CARS UNTIL NEXT MAY But Beginning the First of Septem- ber Cars Will be Run to Meet All Trains on Sunday in Edmon- ton. Fully Modern House, two stories, close in; easy terms. Well-built Cottage, close to Central School: excel- lent location; good terms. Freeman, Macleod Graham Phone 173 'P. C. Box 679 FIRE .INSURANCE. FARM LOANS AT 8 PER CENT. A CHANCE FOR THE THRIFTY. T-RooiB Store} -nnd-a-half House, new. 'for 00 cash, balance on monthly payments. boxise on Westminster for S400.00 cash and balance easy. i Edmonton, July from the question of inefficient water supply, the most important matter discussed i by the Edmonton council L-iet. I night was the Sunday operation, of the street cars. i In answer ti an enquiry at last j meeting. Superintendent Taylor sub- j niittcd a report ..stating that tho i street railway department was ready i to operate Sunday cars as soon as the council considered it necessary and advisable to do In answer to a question. Commis-i sioiH-r AfcNaughtori said that at pr--s- i ent the city not in a position j satisfactorily operate, as flip Sundjiys were reqniriH- to fix up' th" niachin-' cry after the week's run. Th.j new) plant would be ready to operate in six! j wefks, if th'.'iipht i i sary, as .the" engine would then, be 1 HALF THE TOIL of household work Is taken away when Sunlight Soap is brought into the home. For thoroughly cleansing floors, metal-work, walls and woodwork, Sunlight is the most economical both in time and money. Lever Brothers, Tea on to, will send you free a cake of their famous P1 a n t o 3 voilet soap, if you mention this paper. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS BOB EDWARDS HAVING TROUBLE (Regina Leader.) R. C. Edwards, editor of the Cal- gary Eyt-Openor. is having his trou- bles trying to find a new location for his paper. Toronto was ftp have been the place originally, tiwn 'Montreal was inspected. Now it seems as it ho wants to return to the. West again. as the possibilities for the success his paper seem greater here. Lately lie has bwh in Montreal soliciting j the aid of tho Grand Trunk Railway towards securing him a site in one of their towns along their western iinf. Whether railway company will help him .is not yet. known. It is not believed that he will return to yoa Myihinj 10 sell or rent pltce it this column. If want. any thiof use this column. insertion 6 insertions for LANDS FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE. FOR SALB-Man or Woman, j South African Veteran Bounty j Certificate issued by the Department of I the Interior, Ottawa; good for 3Sf acres of any Dominion Land open for j entry in Alberta, Saskatchewan ot (Manitoba. Any person over 18 years, j man or woman, can acquire this land (with this certificate. For immediate Write or-wire. L. K. .Telford, 131, Shater Street, Toroato. Ontario. 165-81 JFOR SALE-Small tent, and Bartbot girl lor light hoas-.-'omew- p-0-> tethbridge; 75-O SITUATIONS VACANT work. Small family of three. W. D. Box 1381, Lethbridge. 1 Jt mower, prac- tically new. Apply A. and L. S, Hip- ley, office 8, Macdonald Block. 76-O Calgary in view of the handsome sc-nd which the local newspaper men j good general servant.; save him on Icavini: for the east, i Apply Mrs. Hick, corner Crabb SALE BY PUBLIC _______f_________________ [Courtland Sts. 174-0 j at .10 o'clock, July 17th at Fred Hop- kills' nno K'nr kins' rancn, 9-18-21, one I j class carpenters at' one ilaclaughlin buggy, oae set ol i I vnce a.i the Acauiu iJuiiiiiug, iiedpuUi harness. Formerly the property of f K River i St. Apply K. Virtue. _ property Fred Rooney. Auctioneer W. L. Wil- son. 5. The H. Macbeth Agency SEALED SENDERS will be receiv- ed, addressed to J. H. Fleetwood, chairman of the Board of Education, Superintendent Taylor was asked if! up to 6 o'clock p.m., of Tuesday the he thought it advisable to start day Tul-v i909' for ihe erection c, j. TT T i it.-i completion of a lour room addi- Septomber next. He replied that Westminster School; Leth- would be .better to start next May. j bridge.'Alberts. The expenses of Sunday operation i A certified cheque to the amount i JLrl V would be one and a half .times as- great as on week days. In summer the traffic would be good, but in the FOR SALE Heavy Wagon with double box spring seal; Apply W. L. WILSON, Auctioneer Phone DR. GRENFELL TO WED t ACCIDENT CAUSED BY BROKEN RAIL j Traffic Held Up at News from Frank winter poor. B> was in favor, how- ever, of meeting all Sunday trains a svon as possible. oi five per -cent, of tender must accora-" pany each tender, which-will be for- feited if the successful contractor fails to enter into contract with the Board. 1 Tenders will be received separately for the heating and plumbing. The lowest or any tender not neces- i sarily accepted. Inquiry was made as to what action j The plans and may Strathcona had taken with reference j be seen at the office of WM. T. WILLIAMS, Feed and Sale gtable In Connection to passing a 'by-law' taking a plebis- j cite upon Sunday operation. Mayor Frank, July Last night about Lee 'replied that the aldermen of Well Known Medical Missionary Has Fallen Victim to Cupid. Chicago, July engagement of Miss Anna MacClanahan, daugh- ter of Mrs. E. B. MacClanahan, of Lake Forest to Dr. Wilfred T. Gren- fell, of Labrador, which was announc- ed yesterday, will interest many. Dr. Greufell is one of the best known of six p. m. a freight "train going from .Frank at or near Lundbreck left the track, caased by a broken rail. The engine and twelve cars were ditched and about twenty-live yards of "the track were torn up. The engineer was seriously injured axd taken to Macleod Hospital. The fire- man escaped uninjured. The mail "train here, going east, at 0 p-m. was hekl up until 6 a.m. this morn- ing. the Spokane and Portland flyer. The trade has -been repaired. Architect, Room 10, Whitney Block, Lethbridge, Strathcona had agreed to the plebis- cite if the cost were paid by Edmon- ton. This was agreed to and it: was understood that a vote would be tak- en with-other by-laws, early in July. This was not done, however, and no- j thing had been heard since with re- ference to the matter. A motion was passed that on and after September 1st all trains both in Edmonton and Strathcona be met on Sundays. The regular operation will not "commence until next May. The Miss Martin of- 'Tamilton, Ont., is> proposed operation on September 1st will not be affected by Strathcona failing to take a plebiscite. on a Visit to her brother, L. B. Mar- tin, barrister. Mrs. Dr. Malcolmscii is giving a party tonight at her. residence Thejnvitod parties arc. Mrs. McPhail and Mrs. Burmincrham her r-.uests Mr. T. B. Martin. 'Mrs. Martin, Miss Mar- NEW LINE READY TO HANDLE GRAIN _____________ j C. N. R. -Vegreviilc-Camrose Line) Will Help Handle the Crops of! 1909. 1 British mvdicial nrlssiqnaries. He vis-j tin, Church. Mr. George, Mrs. ited Chicago a year ago in the. inter- j Foster, Mrs. Pom-tiers and Mrs. est of his work, and was a frequent ;Beach, wife of A. C. Beach, collector visitor at the home of Miss MacClana- j Of customs." A very pleasant time han, whom he had met in Europe. !is expected. The Chicago girl he will take to his Jt is started that station master far off home is deeply interested" in Swansea will visit Calgary early next Thos- Turcbu11 ot' the his work. She never has taken an i week with Ms wife and family on a i eertnff arrived-in the city active-part-in society. She is a great! short holiday. '3ast frofil Cam rose, where traveller, and has recently formation regarding: i the Vegreville. to Camrose branch of Edmonton, July R. Stovd, right of way man for the- C.N.R- and from be done withini another sa d ..Mr. Jones. '-You can i safely say that the rails will' ail be j laid and the track n good runninb order by time the harvest bje- gins to move.- Everything- is going along under the most favorable con- jditions." j Mr. Stovel left last evening for Win nipeg his report will have i much tq: do with deciding the Cam- t rose station site. We are Giving Away free samples of Lipuid Veneer Call and get a bottle, and be convinced of its quali- ties as a Sold ia 25c and oOc bottles by Hayr Bros, :J Fbucft P.O. Box 2? Parties can be over the District at any time by careful drivel. First-class outfits provided. PROPRIETORS i WANTED Engineer for steam plow- j iiijj" iouy job and godd FOR. party leaving city i to right party. Apply C, L. Atkins, wishes to dispose of 20 laying hens New Alta-. and 10 this year's chickens" Inquire _; '_ ________ ;_ _ _ j.Mgr. Bay Company Stores. man .aucl woman, on farm S miles S. E. of town. Apply, p _, C.T_ Box 563, Lethbridge or S. 1-2 of StC. bALl- .-CHEAP-One beautiful Tp. 3 R. 20. 181-6 i talking parrot and cage, and oae drop- head Singer sewing machine. Apply WANfjBD-A-boy oi age 'to St. 181-3 help in wash room. Laundry. Apply 182-2: MISCELLANEOUS WANTS TENDERS FOR EXCA- VATION AND DE- LIVERY OF GRAV- EL j SEALED TENDERS addressed to j John Stocks, Deputy Minister of Pub- i'lic Works, Edmonton, "registered and indorsed ;f Tenders for Excavation" or I "For Delivery of Gravel" be re- ceived up to 12 o'clock, noon, July i 26th, 1909, for the performing of the j following: works in_ connection' with the erection oi a Penitentiary on the North-west Quarter oi Section 35, Township 8, Range 21, West of the 4th Meridian, about three mile? east j of of Lethbridge." (A) All Excavation for Foundations and Footings. (B) The delivery of Gravel for Con- crete. Plans ana specin" cations may be seen i and forms of tender procured at -the office of the Buildinr Inspector, new Telephone Building, Lethbridge. Each tender, for the respective works must be accompanied by an accepted cheque made payable to the Ministtr of Public Edmonton, to the amount of One. hundred dol- lars.- JThe cheques of the -successful biders will 5se retained as a bond until the ______________t work is completed-; that of the un- I successful bidders "will be returned as soon as a contract is executed. Bids must Tse made on the standard forms 'o'f tender and properly filled The is reserved to reject any or all "bids or waive any defects. 70HN STOCKS, Deptrty Hirnster. of: Public Works. Dated at Edmonton, this 13th day of DELIVERED or at mine Good ctean Nut a ton delivered or at mine All