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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 19, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Page He LeUtbridfe Daily Herald, July TO BE GIVEN AT THE LETHBRIDGE FAIR August 9-10-11 For the Best Loaf of Bread made from Flour of the ELLISON MILLING ELE- VATOR CO. Entry No, 396 397 399 The following are the prizes: 1st 2nd 3rd To Professional Bakers Home Made Bakers can- not compete in this class) under 14 Best Loaf Brown Bread from our W HOLE WHEAT FLOUR 10 3 5 2 This Is The Brand! Now is the time to try it You may win the prize! Ask your dealer for this will get a grade flour at the right price and have a chance to win the biggest prize ever offered in Lethbridge by any flour mill- Ask Your Grocer For Our Flour. Usual prices will prevail For further particulars see Lethbridge Prize BASEBALL SCORES AMER1CON At New York New York St. Louis At Philadelphia Chicago At Washington-Cleveland, wet. At Boston Jtfostou Detroit NATIONAL At Fittsburg .Boston Second Game Fictsfturg .Boston. At Cincinnati New York Second Game Cincinnati York At St. Louis t. Louis Philadelphia At Chicago Chicago Brooklyn EASTERN At Toronto Tomato Jersey City At Montreal Montreal 3 9 5 8 5 S 2 5 S 12 4 .8 2 9 4 10 4 11 0 S 13 13 3 9 1- 5 3 4 3 S 2 ie 3 5 1 4 Let a Herald Want Ad. Work For You and You Will Find It Little Servant You Ever Had In Employ o At .Rochester Baltimore At Butt Buffalo ASSOCIATION At Louisville Kansas City Second Game ;4 4 1 5 13 2 4 ,9 1 2 S 0 262 3 10 3 3 S 0 2 RICKARD REMARKS 'That Jeff Might Beat Johnson If They Are Matched Again. Los Angeles, July Rickard arrived in Los" Angeles to-day. "Just a says Tex. "Nothing more than a trip to the 'beach and a look around this part of the country." said Tex, "I-'have not heard a word from Jeffries, and I didn't come here to see him. Nothing like. I'm here for a rest I have no fight in sight at tho present time. ".What do I tJhink about Jeffries' showing? I just think he was in fact, I 'know he- was sick for sev- eral days -before the fight and that may have -brought on a sort of ner- vous collapse, superinduced by worry. The dope story? Not a word of truth in it No, I will no: brijig suit against the Governor. I have already given him -too much advertising. "The stopping-of the pictures is all foolishness. I am positive that Jef- fries wiU fight again. I believe -he has fi good chance to make a better showing, perhaps to 'beat Johnson." 25 cents per insertion when not exceeding 35 wordi 6 insertions Please Pay in Advance SITUATIONS WANTED QUAKER BREAD Is always well bated and always sweet and clean. It's good to eat Phone 794 Address: GILMORE, THE BAKER Kussell Street. _ ITortli Ward. Also Handled By The Good Co., T. Easton and Tuff the Grocer Kansas -City At Indianapolis Indianapolis 4 9 2 10 2 6 1 S 0 4 The Pibtsburg National League club has purchased first baseman John Kading from the Eau Claire club, of the Minnesota-Wisconsin league. Pitcher Barger, of Brooklyn, in (this his first year in the National league, has laid low five teams to ton, Cincinnati, Chicago, and New York. stenographer with good English education wishes position. Apply Box 44 Herald office. 1S3-6 stenographer wishes position. Apply Box 12 Herald office. 1S1-6 as grocery clerk, experienced, good references." P. 0. Box 426, Lethbridge. 1SQ-G SITUATIONS VACANT engineer holding sec- ond class papers for Alberta. Apply Royal Collieries Ltd. 1S1-S competent maid, cook kept, good wages. Apply Mrs. Hyde Baker, Cranbrook, B. C. 180-6 night engineer with pa- pers suitable for a 250 horse power boiler. Apply Lethbridge Brewing Malting Co. 17S-0 woman -wants industrious young washing to do a-t home or away. Apply Mrs." J. Wilson, general delivery. 179-6 class position as a clerk or manager in store (grocery pre- ferred) by reliable young married man with six years' experience in general store for himself; best of produced. Apply by letter to Box 45, Herald, Lethbridge. 182-6 competent dairyman, good milker, position to run. creamery or take charge of herd of cows or any post of trust on large farm, thoroughly experienced and an abstainer. Apply to H. West-lake, Medicine Hat. 1S2-6 man with good education desires a sit- uation -where he will stand a chance of promotion. Apply Box 32 Herald office. 182-0 TO RENT TO hall, bright and clean at a low rent. Apply Meltzer Furni- ture Co., 413 Round St. 181-6" OFFICES TO large offi- ces, corner Round and Duff eric Sts' in Bryan block, monthly. Also- Remington typewriter, splendid roll-top desk and counter for sale. Apply Rm. 6, Bryan' block or P 0 Box 1989. 181-0 TO rooms to let-in fully modern house, also table board. Apply G35 Round St. 180-6 for waitress. Coaldale Restaurant. Apply 183-6 PROPERTV FOR HALE FOR roomed shack, 22 x20, can be easily moved. Apply box 1951 City P. O. 179-6 When the'sl'.emach fails sto perform its functions, the become de- ranged., the liver and kidneys congest- ed, causing numerous diseases. The stomach and liver must be restored to a healthy condition and Chamberlain's Stomach and liver Tablets can be de- pended upon to do it. Easy to take and most effective. Sold by all drug-. 4 'gists. A At Columbus Columbus St Paul At Toledo Minneapolis Toledo 199 9 12 1 1 .7 2 561 MARSHALL RAMSEY Produce Hay, Grain and Produce by car. lowest prices- Phone 676, P. O. Box 2060 No. 2 Begin Block, Lathbridge HAVE GIVEN UP SEARCH FOR DR. HARVEY CRIPPEN. London, July police have abandoned the search for Dr. Harvey Oiippen, who is wanted in connection with the murder of his wife. Interest in the case has been transferred to Paris where Prefect Plepine and his men are ransacking the city to find traces of Crippen and the Leneve girl. The couple are "believed to have been seen at Diappe on July 12. and it is said that the man is disguis- ed as a woman. A despatch from Montreal to-day says Crippen is suposed to be in hid- ing there, and the steward of the steamship 3Iega3iio has identified a photograph of the fugitive as that of a man who arrived there on that boat yesterday. IQ USE FOR and a house, hall, cellar, water, sink, drain, wired for light, double lot, Torrance avenue, North Ward. Small cash payment, bal. per mo., int 8 p.c. Apply 112 TorrancA Ave., or P. O. Box 143-01 WANTED man want- ed Who has a knowledge of general dry goods and gents' furnishing de- partments. Apply mornings 9 ,to 10 o'clock A. Macdonald Co., Round Street. 183-0 CARETAKER Bailey street school, salary per month. Applications must be in by July 23. C. B. Bowman, secretary Lethbridge School Board. 183-6 room waitress. Ap- ply Steward, Lethbridge Hotel Cafe. 181-0 FOR equipped house in Duff Addition, a genuine snap; new S- roomed dwelling, close in on Connel street; also good business block on Westminster Road, will rent if desir- ed. -.Apply Kennedy Hall. 182-6 What Will Parrot Say LAST GREAT METROPOLIS OF NORTH AMERICA FORT GEORGE, now starting on main line of Grand Trunk Pacific Ry., and on lines of six other railroads pro- jected and building. FORT GEORGE is geographic and strategic commercial centre of -British Columbia and metropolis of an Inland Empire larger than the states of Iowa and Minnesota. FORT GEORGE is at junction of one thousand miles of navigable waterways Millions of acres of farming lands, be- sides unlimited timber, mineral coal resources, are tributary. One hundred million dollars -will be spent in next three years in railroad as waitress, ex- perienced. Write Miss -B. McCall, gen- eral delivery or apply 422 Coutts St. 184-1 Jb'OR at 904 cor. Court- land and Coutts. 180-6 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. Dobbin, 310 Glyn St. 172-O FOR room for rent. W R. Dobbin, 310 Glyn St 172-O TO rooms. large, double to rent. Majestic theacre. ply Mrs. H. Cleveland, on 97-0 TO opposite Herald office on Crabb. St., formerly occupied by Empire Cafe. Apply .McClure Stewart Agency. 146-O TO room for gen- tlemen, modern house, telephone, etc. Apply 425 Bartlett. 165-O TO roomed house house, partly furnished, ught and water, per-month. Apply A. Frayne, Rachael street, North Ward. 182-0 once, -lady for general TO rooms, bath, sewing. Apply Harvard Tailoring Co. light and telephone. Apply second 330 Crabb street, opposite Herald of-! door-south Majestic theatre, 522 Crabft floe. 184-6 street. ici.e married couple position as manager and manag- eress or man woold take any place of trust Apply A. Hollande, general de- livery, Magrath. 134-6 TO room with board if desired: Apply 1202 Ford St. 182-0 and LAND FOB SALE WINTER WHEAT Card- ston District, oae 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- tracts improved lands, ris Land Co., Limited. The Card-Har- 162-26 FOR you know that the and miles is in the Cardston-district? J JJ-i. A 0.4.LJ. UCbU .U-UAWO AO -lAi UU.C7 UOLUil building alone. By the summer of 1911 Their grains and grasses for 1910 took twenty-five thousand men with pay first prises at the recent Calgary Fair 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 owns one-quarter of them. Write us quick for maps, plans and full information about fortune-making opportunities at Fort George, also our upper Fraser Valley farms. Natural Resources Security Co., Ltd. Winch Bldg., Vancouver B C Local Sales S. Donald-' son, Norman Realty Co. street; Illinois-Alberta 181-6 Take a run up .on the A. R. L and -look at them, iL will do your eyes good. Mixed farming and dairy lands from to an acre, with crops and im- provements. Write W. O. Lee Co.. Cardston, Alta. 182-26 TO in North Ward, good terms to desirable tenant. J. D. Hig- inbotham Co. 132-6 TO double front room, suitable for three men or three wo- men, cool, all modern conveniences and close in. 1101 Ford Street 182-6 FOR furnished room in modern house, telephone and bath. 1222 Redpath street 182-Ox TO furnished rooms, close in, 414 Smith street 1S3-6 TO light housekeeping Apply 209 Westminster Road. 181-6 TO rooms in mod- ern house. Apply 717 Crabb Street 4 blocks south of Bank of Montreal. MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE FOR beautiful new piano Can be seen by calling at 15 Argyle jTO front bedroom with two windows in a house facing east. This house-is provided -with rocs, telephone and'a [verandah. It is only a block from the Central school. Apply at 606 street. Avenue. 181-6 Soreness of the ranscles. whether in- duced by violent exercise or injury, is quickly relieved by the free application iof Chamberlain's Lmiment, This Lin- iment is equally valuable for muscular rheumatism, and always affords quick (relief. Sold by all druggists. We Lead, Others Follow One visit to our yard mil 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. Citizens Lumber Co., Ltd. Yard Office Phone 362. Baronets Road. Office Phone 334. MtJSKBAT AND COYOTE SKINS WANTED in unlimited also hides of all All hHei should ihow Make your promptly, Young 405 Smith St Auction Sale Of Superior HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE At 15, Argyle Avenue, on FRIDAY, JULY 22, 1910 at 2 p.m. sharp ty W. L Wilson, Auctioneer Having been favored with instructions from H. Connie, Esq., who is leaving the city. I 'will sell the following: "t Bell Piano. 1 beautiful Mahogany Parlor Suit. 1 !4-cut Oak Buffet, Mirror. 1 Oak Extension Table. 5 Solid Oak Diners, leather upholstered. 1 Arm Chair, leather uphol- stered. 14-cut Oak Dresser and Stand Fancy Brass Mounted Iron Bed. TENDERS FOR DITCHING Tenders will ;be received uo to July 23rd, -mo, at the offices of Company for about lineal feet of ditching and back- filling near Kipp, Alberta. Ditch will 20 inches be 6 feet dees, wide at .bottom. For further parti- culars apply at the office of the LETHBRTDGE COLLIERIES. Kipp, Alberta. 189-6 Wm, Marwell, manager. ALBERTA HEATING PLUMBING D. O'Connor, Manager Plumbing and heating, gas fitting heating; jobbing promptly attended to. Opposite Pioneer Lumber Co Phone 365. NOTICE p Edward Neidig'hereby gives notice after today, July 19, he will not be responsible for any "bills of any kind charged up to him by his wife. 184-1 Springs, Mattresses, Severa! "Pillows. 2 Carpet Squares. 1 Refrigerator. 13 Yards Hall Carpet. Toilet Sets. Several Pairs Lace Curtains. A quantity of Linoleum. 1 Heater. Kitchen Tables. Kitchen Chairs. Also a great many other ar- ticles. t months, on time, nee right N. wish to call the attention of the public to the fact that this furniture is almost new, having only betn in me three months, and is in first clatt condition. The sale will start sharp on and as there are no small articles to sell, we will commence at the furniture. Bit on time, therefore, and oblige, W. L. Wilson, Auctioneer TERMS CASH. Goods on view morning of Sale. Phone 1023. BUSINESS CHANCES AGENTS handle stock of the best and most conservative in- vestment in shipping, paying mine. Must have best references. For full particulars address 76 Hutchinson Bldg Vancouver, B. C. 184.5 DANGEROUS FIRE STARTED NEAR KENQRA. OnL, July start- ing from an unknown cause in the unoccupied mill of the Rat Portage Lumber Co.. here, threatened to come serictte and spread to adjacent houses, and four of these -were con- sumed. Sawdust piles and dry side- offered encouragement -to the flames, ,but with the aid of an engine from Kenora, the workers were able to make good headway against it Danger to .the rest of the town from flying spark caused uneasiness, and there was great joy when .it was found that the blaze "was being mas- tered. THRESHING OUTFIT FOR- _ Threshing and ploughing outfit for sale or exchange for horses. Applt- Bos 29, Herald Office. FOR SALE OR roomed solid brick semi-detached re- sidence in Toronto, leased for one year; Will -exchange for real' estate Apply Box 1361 179 in this neighborhood. P. 0. MISCELLANEOUS WANTS and roomers For terms apply to .Mrs. S-MJBrooks, 402 Westminster Road North 120-O Clydesdal stallion, four years old, a sure foal ge ter, will exchange for half section scri half breed preferred. Address Drawe 3, Burdett, Alta. 179 FOR SALE OR biisines stand on Glyn street, splendid locatio for general store. Apply G. A. Pea Co., 5 Macdonald Block. 179 R go-cart nearly new and one child's buggy. Apply Box.1903 179- FOR shoots.' Apply P O box 2054. 179 JOR Piano, excellen easy -terms. Seen any time afte ;ix by appointment C. Westley 41 Wood Street -OR turkeys and movable ;hed for Apply Corner Turner and Rail-way avenue, N. W 184-- MONEY TO LOAN MONEY TO and Inst- ance on farm and city property. Ap- )ly the Southern. Alberta Loan aird Investment Co., 416 Duffertn street Bryan WocK At a fire at Rootb. station on the C. P. R. In New Brunswick, over one million feet of maa-ufactnred destroyed. TO RENT Large, airy well furnished rooms in Brodle Block, (op- posite Alexandra. Hotel) all modern conveniences. Terms moderate. Apply Alexandra Hotel Office. 172-O Tenders TENDERS will be received by the undersigned up'o noon of the 21st day of July 3 910 for the erection and com- pletion of live dwelling.houses for Mr. G. P. Ashe, according to plans and specifications -to oe seen at this, off ice. Lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. N. The George AT. Hatch Land Co., 316 Round street TENDERS WANTED TENDERS will be received by the Lethbridge Brewing and Malting Co until for the grad- ing of a drainage ditch one-half mile long into Belly river. For particulars apply at office oMie Lethbridge Brewing and Malting Com- pany. 183_2 ROBERT SAGE The Picture Framsr Receives Evtry Day at the RED CROSS DRUG A BOOK STORE WANTED TO furnished cottage for 3 or 6 months for two, or would rent 2 or 3 rooms for light house keeping. Apply E. C. Baines, Box 446 and Gents'-cast-off clothing, shoes, furniture, carpets, rugs, watches, jewelry, musical instru- ments, -bicycles, guns, buggies, Demo- crat wagons, horses and stoves. Reply to the Harvard Tailoring Co., 330 Crabb street, opposite "new Herald office. 184_26 once by yo.ung couple, furnished house for three or four months or longer. Apply P 0 Box 2016 184-6 COST AND FOUND black pocketbook con- taining receipts and three C. P. R. passes. Finder kindly leave at Herald office. cup off one of wheels of fire wagon. Finder return to Fire Hall No- 1- 164-O watch, plain case inscrib- ed "M. chain attached. Will 'inder please call at Herald office. 48-ox Experimental Farm and Lethbridge, steel tire rim for auto- mobile. Finder please return same to Alberta Securities Ltd, Coaldale block. 179-S buckskin mare, branded 4Y on left jaw, weight between 800 and" 06 pounds; also one bay horse, brand- ed MU on right shoulder; reward or return of each to J. R. Greep, gen tore No.- 6. and white bull terrier, up, finder please return to F. Kenny 17 Bartlett Street 179.0 18 Mile Like, north' f Raymond, an iron grey mare, white ace, weight about 1300. Branded in hape of boot on left jaw. Liberal re- ward for return to C. Raymond 181-ff small leather purse n corner of RounJ and Bompas St wiser Save same by paying: for his adv; and calling: at Herald of- Saturday night between ound, Dufferin and Bartlett streets, Iver bird brooch set in brilliants and" eye. Finder rewarded at Heraltf "flee. 1- ;