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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 20, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta Special orders received returned the same day by the LETHBRIDGE LAUNDRY Co. Special attention to travellers' orders Give Us a Trial With Your Next Parcel TERMS STRICTLY CASH 0. S, EARROW, Manager OUR LETTER BOX. THE LETHBRIDQE DAILY HERALD, TUESDAY, JULY M, (MM. THE JAIL AND THE LIQUOR TRAFFIC Editor of The Herald. sec by yesterday's Herald that we are to have a fine building for a jail, to cost over Now. what use can this nice house be put to when we quit serving spirituous liquor to our neighbors. You nor any other thinking w. woman in U-tbbridge or even iii i Alberta, would dare believe that will bo a legal article of t-wf-' years been the most conspicuous char acteer in North Dakota, being con-' accrated'bishop in 1889; "He returned Wednesday from attending an In- dian congress near Devil's Lake, and although 'tired, sothiig alarming was MACHINE FELL INTO WATER French Aviator Fails to Cross Eng- lish Channel Calais. July Latham, the French aviator, after wafting for a week for a favorable Dally Herald Place you kive to fell or to rut place it it thb column. If yM iiytiiax ue this column. 25e oie insertion t for tirjll'.v'.to attempt a flight acmjw the LETHBRIDGE SADDLERY CO. CQ ..The only people who have a saddle maker in Southern Alberta. Don't -be misled with factory imi- tations elsewhere. We also have th. Jargest stock of harness in Southern Alberta. Our word is as good as our bond and we won't sell out for 5flc. CD 0 fie year after in this lovely country of ours. A few. years ago the .state of Iowa made ifeelf into a prohibition SITUATIONS VACANT WANTED-Nice girl ror light house- work. Small family of three. W D Box 1381. Lethbridge. 169-0 sixty- State and ia three months five county jails were empty. Could'not a tetter use be fouid for money than building-jails? I am not a taxpayer, but A Lover of Humanity. 03 J MACLEOD'S STREET RAILWAY Biggest Car in the West Operating on Street There (Special to the Herald.) Macleod, July timers are interested in watching the progress iT. _ rtt i -i channel from Calais to Dover, made a .start this morning, but after cover- ing sixteen miles, and while at a great height, the motor failed, and the machine fell in the water. The French torpedo, boat destroyer, Har- pon, however, was close at hand and rescued both Latham and his mono- plane. Latham's start was made from the start of the cliff at Sangate. and under the most propitious circumstan- ces. A stiff breeze which was blow. _ ing yesterday subsided at dusk, and a' BEICKMAKEES clear starlight night indicated that 0 Two new 4 cottages 9" Torrance rent. per month each. Apply L. A. Heustis, (Torrance Ave., North Ward. 183-6 room, monthly. Third occupied house south of Chinamans garden, Crabb St south. Apply H.30 to 3.00 and 6.00 to 8.00 p.m. Mrs. Charles. 184-O 'FOR furnished rooms to for weeks. Apply between i5fi in the evening at 422 Smith St. J84.2 J-ROPERTY FOR SALE man and woman on term 8 miles S. E. of town. Apply Box 568, Lethbridge or S. 1-2 of Tp. 8 E. 20. SALE-A new fully modern house. Apply p. McMurphy, Mgr ftoutfa Alta. Lumber Co., Phone 225 ____ 12J-0 .PARROTS WAXTED-VViU bu of tne parrots sold at Carnival- u mw reasonable Apply Mrs. J. B. Kelsey bhwpard J- FOR SALE OR RENT-7 routed Heavy Wagon with doublt box spring seat Apply. 182-0 perfect conditions would prevail at daybreak for the lone delayed attempt to cross the channel. era and 2 general yard men wanted at once. Wages 30 to 35 cents an hour to experienced men. Brick Ltd Cranbrook 183-6 Ottawa, July imrnigra- 1 onr, yrugress uuawa, July 01 the Skelding Street Railway along j tion figures for .May issued today show w i oecond avennp Tho t---- i..i_i .r ,.._.., LETHBRIDGE SADDLERY CO. THE OLD STAND LAND FOR SALE Choice block of 956 acres, all Sec. 28 and W. half Sec. 27-6-14 W. This is on the Weybridge Lethbridge. extension; smooth, level prairie, free from 'stones and .-will sell for per acre inside a year. Price, for immediate sale, per acre en block, or -in; half sections; cash on each half section, balance, 5 payments, inter- est at 6 per cent. Write or wife W. J. GILLILAND, 1705 Cook Street, Victoria, B.C., or The Canadian Real Estate Room 9, Bryan Block, Lethbridge. j. ACTON Real Estate and Investments Stocks Bonds Money to Loan Room 3, MCDONALD BLK. TElEGRAPHfC BRIEFS The visit of King Frederick and Queen Louise of Denmark to St. Pet- ersburg has been abandoned on ac- count of the cholera epidemic -Ensign Bertha- Brace of the Salva- tion Army of Sarnia, and Sister Dai- sy of Boston, were drowned while bathing ia St. Clair river Friday The former could not swim and got be- me centre or a rich agricul- yond her depth and the other in at-f tural district and a large new bank tempting to rescue her was dragged J is: needed so the old hotel-corner has oelow the surface, and both Jr._ "Second avenue. The car is the larg- est, street car in the west and It moves with such, rapidity that the track layers are kept busy carrying the ties and rails from the rear of the car to the front. The system is the property and the Invention of Geo. Skelding who has bought the old Macleod Hotel and Is movinp it along Second avenue to a new site j near the C. P. R. station. The rails are ordinary 'C. P. E. rails and are laid on short planks. The rails are over twenty feet apart, for the big car occupies nearly the whole width of the avenue. The road- way is well gravelled so all that. is. j needed is to take up the planks and down again ahead of the- building. And as fast as a rail is run over, a team drags it ahead and the men set it up in place ahead: The big two-storey-gable-roofed ho- tel.'will-not bow under the "wires so have to be cut or raised and .re- paired after it has passecl No I passengers are the big-car is heavy enough as it is It was raised by jackscrews, and heavy timbers placed'.with .double flanges which prevent the ear from running off .the track. 'A capstain and. team pull on a block and cable tackle and that is tlw mo- tive power. Some of the more thirsty- old timers look with.regret on the removal of this old land mark and especially so as the Macleod hotel has lost its license and as they think of they -remember some jolly -good times they had there in the old days. But times are changing. Macleod is becoming the centre of a rich agricul- total of which British num- bered Americans, Italians Scotland, returned Can- adians, Immigration from Nor- thern Europe continues but on a small scale. It is stated by immigration that the estimate for this year will slightly, exceed last year. man for drv goods store. Apply personally. Clarke Co.. Acadia Building. -183-0 FIRST CLASS SALESLADY-for drv _ _ i goods store. Clarke Co., .Acadia 183-0 Painters and Decorators Have You Seen Our WANTED-Competent girl or woman for general housework. Family of four Apply -Mrs. W. Fairfieldf Expert mental Farm. Phone 243. 183-0 b- .'near uew _ nage. Best place in town for keep- ing cows and chickens. Price easy terms. Price cash. per month rent. H. Proctor, near the A. -K. I. Shops. 184-0 NICE LEVEL BUILDING LOTS on Westminster Road, only each 1-3 cash, balance easy, terms Get a fiome; these will not last long Call cm Galvin and Hatfield. Room 4 over Imperial Bank. FOR a .sacrifice, three'htfa on corner of King and Conned Sts price and terms see Hatch and Coons. ._ _. J85__g FOR SALE. rOR SALE-Man or Woman my South African Veteran Bounty'Land Bepartmeuto m Interior, Ottawa; good for and kind, treatment." Address JT c-o Letbbridge Herald. 134. for Laundry wori. Apply Lethbridge Laundry Co" 184- J. B. K., post- 177-0 good delivery horse al- o democrat waggon or buggy and "w good: repair- Apply Box 180-6 maie Apply 1st house west of baH grounds Jlruntoh-St '''iota -iOflH WANTED-Private washing at home guaranteed AirJonds of garments.; accepted. Goods called-for- andr-dsHvered.' Notes ad- dressed .to Mrs.; C. M. gen j KCU. del. will receive prompt attention. 844) WANTED-Contracts to bore" wells Water -guaranteed- F. M. ,OrrV Leth- LOST June 3rd. three years old. Gran um. Alta. bay geldings each no, brands, weighi both shod, had halters bay, star in forehead ittie white on nose and white hind .one dark bay, one white hind Suitable reward. Notify poet- oot NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS SEALED TENDEBS wfll be recew- d, addressed to J. H. Flectrsroed, bairxnan of the Board of Education, p to 6 o'clock pjn., of Tuesday tbe 26th day of July 1909, lor the erection and completion of-a iour room addi- tion to the Westminster School, Left- bridge, Alberta, A certified cheque to the amount of five per cent, of tender mugt accom- pany each tender, which will be for- feited if the successful contractor fmfla to enter into contract with the Board. Tenders .will be received separately for the heating and The lowest or any tender not neces- sarily accepted. The plans and specifications may be seen at the office of WM. T. WILLUJfS, Architect, Boom 10, Whitney Block, Lethhridge, TENDERS SEALED TENDERS will ije receiv- ed at the office of the- undersigned, not later than 10 a.m., Thursday, 36th July, 1909 for all concrete work up to grade line, and for all other work connection with the erectidnpf Bryan Short Block, A marked cheque to the per cent, of each closed and all tenders, to ed "Tender for Bryan- flTSh The owners dtf notrbind to accept the lowest Bryan Block, LethHndffe. master, Granum, Alta. office box 448. J2 furnished for two gentlemen, also roon City of Lethbridge Sun- lay one team work horses one rorr grey gelding weight 1350 brand- d HR on left shoulder also two an. chors on left hip; one light bay geld- ing with white face, weight 1190 branded PF on right shoulder. Both noraes have manes cut and are shod -11 around and the bay has clipped Icte aiOLi i tuc ciippea modenj house. Apply j fetlocks. reward will be eiven K. U. Patterson, Riverview. ror information leading..to their re- covery or their delivery to George Hole, RedpAth St. .W. NOBLE ON THE NEW LINE .7 MILES NORTH-WE.ST OF LETHBRIDGE-.N SIGHT OF LETHBRIDGE, MONARCH AND BARONS. NO W ON S A LE MILNES NOBLE CLAMSHOLM_________________________ALBERTA LETHBRIDGE The Land Co, OLIVER BLOCK Phone 290 JAMES RICHARDS Machine Shop, etc. Box 432 Near Steam Laundry PHONE 409 jTO room ern house, suitable for txv gentle- men at 1243 Bompas igQ-G pTO furnished rooms, each suitable for two young men. Rate 510 per month for each room. Apply Empire Land Co., Ott Block ]RO-6 lap robe figured in colors -.one side, black on the other. The finder will receive reward if he will leave at Hatch Coons office. T. E. PATTI Office, Oliver Bloifc. 40 ACRES FOR S OR acre tracts. Close to terms. Furnished rroms in new Automobiles, Gasoline Engines, Steam Ploughs and Threshing Outfits General Repairs Work of every description Satisfaction guaranteed m hcuso on Crabb St. south of sons suitable for young .men. for any time to S. W Apsley cottage, Crabb. Terms Tnckwell TO RENT-Frame stable on North Ward. July 6 ------branded left, hip! or information WlSSE- J' IUff' P' SYNOpS'? OF CANAD.AN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any person wbo is me aole head o! a family or any >male over 18 yeart o d. may homestead a. quarter-sectioB Dominion land in Msni- toba, oaskatchewan or Alberta The applicant must appear in person M the Dominion Lands Agency or Sufc. Agency dwtriql E proxy may be made any tsr of intending homesteader. mprithi'- residence and cultivation of the land in of three A homeuteeder live within nine STRAY-ED-From 'the Well, farm 4 miles south of Stirlin-r, in-p an'J seven. Mares branded" LM on leit shoulder and "oldings brand- ed 7L on left hip. Liberal reward given for information leading to their recovery. Notify A. A. Johnston Letnbridge. Alta.. or L. E. Townsend Stirling. Alta. T84-0 FOUND FOUND-On JuJy 1st, a lady's parasol on Baroness Road. Owner can have same by calling at Herald office 70-0 A whip. Owner ;.ime at Herald office. can have i! Merchants Bank nf Canada I HEAD OFFICE. MONTREAL Paid.up Capitol..........................Sb.000.WO Keserve and Undivided Accounrs of Merchants, Farmers and Ranchers Solicited Drafts Money Orders Letters of Savings Bank Department LethbMge Branch- CoaMale Block. St. of hw n T bal1, on night, a leaffidr purse. Own- er can have same by calling at Her- ald and paying for Ad. LOANS FARM LOANS-Mannfacturers Life Insurance Company are prepared to grant loans on farms on very reason- able terms. T. E. Patron, Agent! ROOMS WANTED WASTED-To rent, snven or room modern honse.Will tak year satisfactory place. ApWiy 75 y McGropor 'Room 0, BryarrlJtock or Box 337, Lethbridge. Alta, 182-6 vt' mip stead farm of at leitat rot will nnt for. ,r ;