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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 18, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, July TO BE GIVEN AT THE August 9-10-11 For the Best Loaf of Bread sade from Floor tie ELLISON HULLING t ELE- VATOR CO. The following are the Entry 2nd 3rd 3% To fafottional Bakers 397 H-Msie Made 398 399 GirU under 14 Beit Loaf Brown Bread rrom our WHOLE WHEAT FLOUR 3 5 3 2 This Is The Brand! Now is the time to try it You may wim the prize! Ask -four dealer f or thii wffl get a higM- frade flour at the price and have a chance to biggest prize ever offered: in Lethbridge by any rfflourmiill Ask Your Grocer For Our Flour, Usual prices will prevail For further see Fnze FERNIE HAS BIG PAYROLL Record Ftr June Was the Largest In Three Years Fernie, July The. largest ton- nage in .the history of >the Crow's Nest Pass Coal Company's opera- tions was gotten out- at Coal Creek and Michel, during the mOEth of June.: tons were mined, .74.- Let a Herald Want Ad. Work For You and You Will Find It Little You Ever Had In Employ _. The payroll for June, while it does not establish a record, is -greater than it has been for any month dur- ing tie past three years! Two hun- dreds and three thousand, 'four hunr dred -dollars was disbursed by the big -company Of sum, was paid out at Fernic-and Coal- Creek. The June payroll of our three Lum- her corajJanieSi amounts mately.- to QUAKER BREAD IS QUALITY B] QuaKty means sweet ptire and tady feail Qtiantity may mean anything isnn- mon breai that is not relished May we all? Jtist phooe 1H GILMORE, THE BAKER Eussell Street. lawn. There was a large gathering of young people to witness .the of the -clowns and the balloon ascent, and way, to the ice cream. The' city band in attend- ance laint} Vueedless to say everybody evening. Mr.-Dean, editor of the Cranbrook Herald, .-left yesterday for Nelson where he will spend the next few days. whiciT was "taken out.at last Cnal Creek bight ithe-contract for the removal of the fire hajl itg location on tlie site i of the new city hall was-left to Nesbk and Wordeh, their fig- ,ure being Definite arrange- ments, it as -.expected, will be made at next meeting city council with regard -to the erection of their new tpisemises. At present 'the city and the provincial officials occupy the government building jointly, and both parties' find .ithemseires cramped for space This move on the part of the city-.is, a very necessary ene for "the better -working of thee machinery of both the provincial and municipal au- thorities, more -especially as with the acquisition .of ahe city's water supply, the -duties .of tfbe city clerk have been very materially increased, and it was impossible to a rising eicr asuch this, with the natural growth of the clerical and financial work involved, the present conditions would ihold good for any length of Jme." C. N. Burkes, of 'Edmonton, repre- senting .the Alberta Telephone is in the city on b.usiness at present, registered at the Hotel Cranbrook. J. D. McBride has beeh'in Winnipeg: lor the past few.days and returned to Cranbrook this afternoon. -Miae -daadall, who has been the Dr.. .and .Mrs. King for the past ten has gone to Nelson, to spend a few days her sister1 there; Billie Harrison, who has been cou- DEATH OF WE CLARK The death of William Clari occur- very suddenly at the residence of Ms brother, Reuben S. about 1.30 on Saturday, af- ternoon. .Deceased, ,.who -recently .came, into. the city. from. iis homfr- tead, had been suffering from rheum- tism ,for, some time. However, on laturday he was ealth and at a on fairly good hearty dinner.. ihortiy. after dinner.he went out to hack shed where he was found djead a few minutes later by one.-of the chikiren. Br. Scott, and the cor- oner were called, and. pronounced the fined to the hospital for the last week, cause, of death atid to sis mishap at Ryan, is up and around again, and says he is looking inquest .unnecessary. Deceased was aorty-five years of age and..besides his brother in this city. sis- ter in Great Falls, Mont., and anoth- er sister Michigan- ".The sister in. j .Great Falls was wired arrive to-night to attend the funeral wMch will take place to-morrow (Tuesday) 9.30-o'clock from R: G. Addison's undertaking- pan lors -to the Westminster Methodist church, and the public cemetery, the service being conducted by Rev. A. A. Lytle. The funeral was held at 3.30 yes- terday (Sunday) afternoon under-the direction of R. G. Addison, of the five-months' old son of Mr. .-and'Mrs. F. Eager. It was largely -attended by-friends of the family. forwat d to..starting work shortly. DOG DESERVES A -GOOD BIG STEAK. jrerale, Jiily other mom- ing a. small iboy sat on the Elk Lum- iber Co.'s 'bridge to their sjir on the east side of the river, aad fished. As he fished, he nodded, and as he nod- ded he fell into the swift river. A 'big Slack oog sat by the as he fished- "When, the .boy fell ia the dog jumped in. He canght the 'boy -by the clothing and. swam with 31 ITU to shore. The 'bey was. unhurt. But he was crying nevertheless. He TN O Connor, Manager HtaS FOR-SALE OR roomed solid "brick semi-detached re- sidence in Toronto, leased for one year. .Will exchange for real estate in this neighborhood. Apply Box 1361 p- 179-6 OR furnished room in modern house, telephone and bath 1222 Redpath street. 182-Os Clydesdale stallion, four years old, a sure foal get- ter, will exchange for half section scrip half breed .Address Drawei 3, Burdett, Alta. TO furnished close in, 414 Smith street rooms, 133-6" TO light housekeeping Apply 203 Westminster Road. 1S1-6' MISCELLANEOUS WANTS FOR SALE business stand on Glyn. street, splendid location for- general store. Apply G. A. Peal Co., 5 Macdonald Black, 179-0 FOR hens. Apply G S H Box 1947 City P. O. '179.5 FOR, auiet any ladj- cau ianule; would make fine delivery horse. Apply 1202 Ford St .173-6 and roomererFoif terms apply to Mrs. S.M.Brooks, Westminster Road North 120-0 WANTED TO furnished cottage for 3 or 6 months for two, or would rent 3 rooms for light house, keeping. Apply E. C. Baines, Box 446." City P. O. 183-ft go-cart nearly new and one child's buggy. Apply Box 1903. FOR shoats box 2054. Apply P. 6. 179-6 TENDERS WANTED TENDERS will be received by the S Brewing and Malting Co. til Friday, July for the grad- g of a drainage ditch one-half mile ong into Belly river. JX; ?f apply at office of the .ethbridge Brewing and Malting Com- any- 183-2 LOST AND FOUND ''jV.V j black pocketbook ..conr. "iiijiig receipts and three C. P. R. passes. Finder kindly leave at Herald" office- 183-6 cup off one of wheels of fire wagon. Finder return to Fire Hall No. 1. 1G4_O watch, plain case inscrib- ed M. chain attached. Will finder please call at "Herald office ________48-ox Experimental Farm and Lethbridgfe, steel tire rim for auto- mobile. Finder please return same Alberta Securities Ltd, CoaMale block. 179-6-i v shoemaker, makes and and, shoes at his shack NOTICE NOTICE is hereby given that the usmess heretofore carried on by Sam nong under the name of the King Ed- Restaurant, has been sold to Hop ee and others, and Sam Chong will not be liable for any accounts which may be incurred by the said King Ed- ward Restaurant subsequent to this date, July, 14, 1910. Witness: SAM CHONG. Gep. H. Ross. ig2-2 buckskin mare, branded 4Y" on left jaw, weight between 800 and: 90Q pounds; also one bay horse, brand-' ed MU on right shoulder; reward' for return of each to J. R. Greep een store No. 6. lowest prices, best mater- late; win call and deliver any tc; a few boots d tor sale cheap. 158-26 and white bull terrier, pup, finder please return to F. Kenny- 317 Bartlett Street FOR DITCHING -i wiH -be np to July 23rd, 1910, at the-offices of about imeal Of ditching and'back- filling near Alberta. Ditch will 6 feet deep, 20- inches wide at ftottoni. For'further p culars apply at the office of the Several of the band of Doukhobors who have been indulging in another of their midsummer religious esca- pades at Veregin, were committed to Brandon .The rennvinder en brought under controL by the force of the mounted police assisted by a few special constables. IS Mile Like, north or Raymond, an iron grey mare, wMte face, weight about 1300. Branded shape of boot on left 3'aw. Liberal.re- ward for return to C. Buhler, Raymond 181-6 Win. Maxwell, manager. ROBERT SAGE The Picture Frtmtr Receives Day at the RED CROS8_DRUG BOOK small black leather purse on corner of Round and Bompas St. O WM Tt -'KrtTr'A T__ _ _ "j- paying IOT this adv. and calling at Herald of- fice. 181.6 LOTS FOR FOR acre on Bailey street between Nfven and McBeth, con- tains excellent 7 roomed house, water and light; also stable, chicken coops Olr> ISKfift Term v> w ouiw tTJljU atiil east half for f 1000. North-Ward Realty ;