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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 20, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta tto LKfcbridye Dilly Herald, July In Cash Prizes TO BE GIVEN AT THE LETHBRIDGE FAIR August 9-10-11 For the Best Loaf of Bread made from Hour of the ELLISON ELE- VATOR CO. The following are the prizes Entry No. 1st 3rd 396 397 398 399 To Professional Bakers Home Made (Bakers can- not compete in this class) 10 5 2 Girls under 14 3 Best Loaf Brown Bread from our WHOLE WHEAT FLOUR 1 5 3 This Is The Brand! Now is the time to try it You max win the prize! Ask your dealer for this will jet a high- 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 ?or furtker particulars see Lethbridge Prize List LOCAL BUDGET Bertha Donaldson, of the post office. staff, is away on her vacation. George Ross, of Moose Jaw, spent j Sunday jta the city, visiting James Campbell, noi Ford street. Jas. McCav, of Edmonton, is in the city for a few days visiting his broiher, Spencer McCaig. JX A. McMillan, of the Dowsley- McMillan Land Co., left Monday even ing on a trip to Dakota. H. Pracht, accountant for ihe Far- were ,F. Langley and F. Barnett, the party having gone up- on Saturday for a couple of days. They report fishing good and a large number of Lethbridge people enjoying the jnoun- i tains. They made the return trip of 25 cents per insertion when not exceeding 35 words 6 insertions Please Pay in Advance.' mers' Lumber Co.. left ou a busiacss U-i -i -.r jg.i. mlles jrojn jakes to trip to Monday., brid fa four hours aad half_ H. Marsden, 0I the Zeller Land Co. has been in Swift Current for several days past, instituting a new office there. C. B. Toull, of the Dowsley Mac- Millan Land Co., and A. E. Ives, re- turned yesterday morning from the Waterton. lakes in the latter's auto. Miss C. Kennedy, Westminster Rd., left Tuesday morning on her vacation which she will spend at Macleod with her friend, Miss Drinkwater. W. H. Fares, of Gordon Ironsides and Pares, Winnipeg, is in the city taking over beef cattle from different; H. W. A. Foster, L.L.B., Toronto, .soa of the late W. A. Foster, K.C., branch j one the of the Canada First Movement, was in yes- SITUATIONS WANTED SITUATIONS VACANT terday. Mr. Foster is likely to take up the practice of law in some West- ern Canada city. ood TO RENT TO hall, brigbt and clean at a low rent. Apply Meltzer Furni- ture Co., 413 Round St. i8f6 engineer holding education wishes jond class papers for Alberta pers or position. Apply Box 44 Herald office. Royal Collieries Ltd. 1S3-6! _ stenographer wishes position. Apply Box 12 Herald office. isi-e BU1LD TO OKANAGAN. Vancouver, July is under- stood here that next year fche Canad- ian Northern will build a Branch line from Kamloops through the Okanag- ranches in the district. of Out of 54 business places on one l an district. A reconnaissance survey .route hag (been the police report that i [ly this follows the old stage road tra- versing1 Grande Prairie district, Gain- Monday pbeii creek and the upper Salmon.riv- er valleyi only 17 had lights burnint night. L. N. Harbeke, who for some time past has been conducting a real es- i tate office in the Sherlock building, I purposes moving for a time to Da- kote, where he has a homestead. IB. C., ias been burned with a loss of On Sunday morning the members of j St. Peter and St. Paul's Society j I paraded to St. where they were given a sermon JRev. Father Rosenthal. Hog ranching on an extensive scale beins established near Revelstoke. The Burrard cannery, at Steveson. as grocery clerk, experienced, good references.' Box 426. Lethhridge. competent maid, cook kept, good wages. Apply Mrs. Hvde Baker, Cranbrook, B. C. 1SO-6 OFFICES Bryan Block. Also arssi. SEWS 6, Bryan block or P 0 Box 1989. 181-0 night engineer with pa- pers suitable for a 250 horse power boiler. Apply Lethbridge Brewing to let in, table board. 180-6 P. O. (_____ 1SO-6 Ivlaitiiig Co. V, Apply. 635 Round St. 178-6 i class, position as a j indusirious vouna clerk or manager in store (grocery man'with good education desires'a sit- ferred) by reliable young married man nation where he -will stand a chance with six years' experience-in general! of promotion. Apply Box 32 Herald store for himself: best, of _ store for himself; best of produced. Apply by letter to Box 45, Herald, Lethbridge. competent dairyman.! good milker; position to run creamery WANTED or take charge of herd of cows or any post of trast on large farm, luoroughly experienced and an abstainer. Apply to H. Westlake, Medicine Hat. 1S2-6 1S2'6 for waitress. jCoaldale Restaurant. Apply g dry goods and gents' furnishing Apply mornings 9 to .10 RECT-Rooms at 904 ccr. iand and Coutts. 180-5 10 furnished bed room suitable for two; half block south of Central school, 623 Coutts St Ox FOR Agency back 01 Dallas Hotel, spur track W R Dobum, 310 Glyn St. -.vA-.iij. -4JCO1X iyu It Dobbin, 310 Glyn St. 172-0 172-O Kamloops is making a vigorous ef- Patrick's church, to secure jobbing from the '1 TMT T> i as waitress, ex- perienced. Write Miss B. McCall, gen- eral- delivery or apply 422 Coutts St 1S5-1 (c. P..R. .position as bookkeeper or- salesman by young German -with perfect knowledge -of the English Street OLICCL. TO RfiNT-Furmshea rooms, large double to rent, Majestic theatre S .Ply Mrs. H. Cleveland, on premises. 97-0 CARETAKER. For street school, per month. TO Buildine Applications must be in bv July 23 C office C 3. School Board. 183-6 It's too hot to bake Bread at home, and there is really no reason "fo'rit" vou can sret QUAKER BREAD delivered fresh, clean and sweet everv day Just phone 794 and -try a sample loaf GILMORE, THE BAKER Eussell Street. 2sTorth Ward. I Also Handled By The Good Co., T. Easton and Tuff the Grocer. T. H. Halford, manager of the FOR BOOTH PRIVILEGES monton branch-of the A. Carruthers TENDERS will be received'by the Co., Ltd., was in the citv up to July 27 at noon for ri-f. -n, i. u i. privilege of operating a refresh- day vteuing the .-branch office here. counter in under the He is on an extended trip through, grand stand aad for the privilege of j Southern Alberta purchasing quantities of. wool. i Otto Von B. Cassett, of Po land. Nova Scotia, is in the city. 1 He expects to assume the principal- jship of some of the Western I in this district, commencing in Sep- tember. The interim he will spend in Lethbridge. Italian languages. 14 years hardware and machinery trade. Write I box 26, Herald office. 1S5-2 -------o room "waitress. Ap- ply Steward, Lethbridge Hotel Cafe. 1S1-0 PROPERTY FOR SA1.E ALE Empire Cafe. Apply Stewart Agency., r St' 5' occupied McClure N 146-0 TO room for gen- tlemen, modern house, telephone, etc Apply 425 Bartlett. TV once; lady for general! ro roomed house house j sewing. Apply Harvard Tailoring furnished. and water .'330 Orabb street, opposite Herald of-! month. Apply A. Fravne 184-61 street, North Ward. "iS2-0 couple--M rooms, bath JiS'ht- telephone CD7. Apylv second cioor south Majestic theatre. 522 Crabb -reet. 1S1.S Secy. Agi-. Association.----------------- SALE .SITUATION VACANT 1 TRACTION Frank j o A T, -n, i -'IcKie applied for the position of ana ms G. B. j engineer to run a traction engine for Sillier, returned Monday night kindly- take train for Coaldale to- the Waterton Lakes in the former's !'morfOW (Wednesday) when I will -'-meet him ax the station. John Mrs Well equipped house in j First class track l Duff Addition, a genuine new S- understands laying jump TO room with board if desired. Apply 1202 Ford St. 1S2-0 roomed dwelling, close in on Connel also good business block, on rill rent if desir-j Hall. 1S2-S: Good 'to right party. Apply Rock :gs Sootless Coal Co.? Coal City, TO in North Ward, good terms to desirable tenant. 1S5-6 i inbotham Co. J- D. Hig- 1S2-5- American Amencan veiie 'f With themJCann. John Mc- 184-0 LAST GREAT METROPOLIS OF NORTH AMERICA FORT GEORGE, now starting on s of Grand Trunk Pacific j house maid [Redpatb. St. LAND FOR SALE Apply "812 I TO double front room- 1S5-0 suitable for three men- or three wo- men, cool, all modern conveniences and close-in. 1101 Ford Street is9-6 ANOTHER DELAY IN GETTING THE NIOBE. Ottawa, July Kings- mill has advised the Naval Depart- ment of a further delay in the trans- fer .to the Canadian government of I one Dhe best orchard disticrs of The the cruiser Niobe. It is now stated that it will be the middle of Septem- she leaves -for Canada. I more than a thousand acres of fruit j lands at the junction of the Pend I Oreille and Salmon rivers, to Carroll i S. Atwood. of Spokane, The land is one of che Kootenay. F-RUJT LAND BLOCK "CHANGES HANDS. Nelson, B. C., Jnly Pacific Exploration Co., of Nelson, has sold "Vl MARSHALL RAMSEY Produce Brokers Hay, Grain and Produce by car. lowest prices. Phone 676, P. 0. Box 2060 No. 2 Begin Block, Lethbridge At 1257 Dufferin Street on Thursday Afternoon Next At 2 O'Clock Sharp F. Waddington Co. are favored with instructions from -Mr. Hall to sell by Public Auction as above the con- tents of his WELL FURNISHED RESIDENCE including: ana on lines of six other railroad -nrn i I jected and building. 0adS Pr0'j WINTER WHEAT LANDS-The Card- FORT GEORGE is geographic and Cistrict, one of the few an (Strategic commercial centre of British Columbia, and metropolis of an Inland larSer than the states of Iowa jana Minnesota. IXL the West where Winter Wheat is a success this year. We also have splendid mixed farm ing propositions Come and see for yourself. One hun- ium- 1 FORT GEORGE is at junction of one Sbct7 to three thousand acre i T0t furnished rooms close in, 414 Smith street. 183-ff I M-i, I thousand miles of navigable j Millions of acres of farming lands, Be- I-sides unlimited timber, mineral and! i coal resources, are tributary j One hundred million dollars will be spent in next three years in railroad imies is in to. traildmg alone. By the summer of 1911 Their- and g [twenty-five thousand men with par the :roll of one hundred a run UB on tracts improved lands. The "Card-Harris Land Co., Limited. Rooms, light housekeeping Apply 209 Westminster Road.. 1S1-6 FOR Do you know that the greenest spot on the earth for a thousand miles is in the Cardston Furnished rooms in niod-ern house. Apply 717 Crabb Street, 4 blocks. south of Bank of Montreal "-itu. pav .roll of one hundred thousand dollars per day. employed in the owners and sole agents] ;e Townsite. The gov- T 4. guarantees title to lots and owns one-quarter of them Write us quick for maps, plans and full information about opportunities at Fort" rasses for 1910 look recent Calvary Fair up on the A. and tiiem' il do yo'ur and dairy lands n cr' and im- 184-ff Oat Sideboard and Din- ing Table All Brass Bedstead, Spring and Mattress, Solid Oak Couch, upholstered in leather 5 Oak Rockers Mission Oak' Rockers Ladies' Secretary Mahogany Pedestal Steel Folding Bed Carpets and Rngs Majestic Cooking Range Wringing Machine Refrigerator Drop Head Sewing Machine and a Piano Cased Estey Organ in excellent condition. also TO front bedroom with two windows in a house facing east. This house is provided with clothes Oiiu 1IU- closets, bath, room, telephone and s Write W 0. Lee Co., j verandah. It is only a block from the Alta- 182-26 Central school. -Apply at 606 Cutbill street. MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE FOR UR i D ey arms. l Resources Security Co., Ltd. j be inch Bldg., Vancouver Avenue- iOR Furnished room, suitable or younS' men- sfrictlv modern Bldg., Vancouver B C Local Sales Solicitors-C. S. Donald- m. street. '-181-6 son, (Realty Co. Goods on View Morning of Sale 'hone 426. Auctioneers office, Lyceum Bldg. TENDERS FOR DITCHING M "i .j juuut, iueii. stnc new piano j with or without board 15 Axgyle 185-6 THRESHING OUTFIT FOR- MISCELLANEOUS WANTS ihreshing and 'ploughing outfit vfc sale or exchange for horses to Box 29, Heral-d Office. for Apply 180-6 FOR SALE OR stand on Glyn street, splendid location for general store. Apply G. A.. Peal Co., 5 Macdonald Block. 179-0 SALE-Gouriay Piano, excelled Win. Maxwell, Ltd., Seen by appointment. C Westley 419 We Lead, Others Follow visit to our yard. -vdll convince you. t Complete stock in LUMBER. SHINGLES, LATH, LIME, PLASTER, CEMENT AND BRICK A nice lot of Screen Doors, Maple Oak 7 and Beech flooring. Call once and you will call again. i Yard Office Phone 362. Baroness Road. Gen'I Office Phone 334. MUSKKAT AJNTD COYOTE SKESTS WANTED >rands. Main J. Yoiing hS "J brands. Make your kinds. All hides should show 405 Smith St. Auction Sale OF SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AT 15, ARGYLE AVENUE, ON FRIDAY, JULY 22, 1910 AT 2 P. M. SHARP BY W. L Wilson, Auctioneer Tenders TENDERS will be received by the undersigned up o noon of the 21st of July 2910 for the erection and com- jpletion of five dwelling houses for Mr. P-Ashe> ae-oording to plans and specifications to be seen at this office .UD-west or- any tender not necessarilv accepted. The George M. Hatch Land 316 Round street. (FOR SALE laying hens A milk cow 4 years old, a phonograph and o2 records, one horse 4 years old gentle, stylish driver and buggy and harness, worth Will'sell at snap for Also one tent 14 x 18, closed in. board floor and walls, cost and roomers For terms apply to Mrs. S.M.Brooks, 402 Westminster Road North WANTED TO RENT-Small furnished cottage for 3 or 6 months for two, or would rent 2 or 3 rooms for light house keeping. Ap'ply E. C. Baines. Box City'P. O. 183-5 Tenders TENDERS are invited for alterations and additions to the Superintendent Jwigmeers power plant, for lty of and specifications may Will sell for S25.00 and Gents' cast-off ciothmg, shoes, carpets- Jewelry, musical instru- SUnS' Demo- crat wagons, horses and stoves Replv to tie Harvard Tailoring Co, Crabb street, opposite new office. 330 Herald 184-26 once by young coup-le, Apply Harvard j furnished house for St. Opposite mon-ths or longer. ,135-4 f FOR SALE OR shop m Lethbridge. Fully equipped. Slaugh- ter house and ice in connection. Also delivery rig and harness stabling for horse if desired. Good location Apply, black pocketbook P. O. Box 296, Lethbridse. 185-6 taininS receipts and C. FOR of general purpose horses, weight of team about Ibs. i TJ7 jju.1 j i'lans and specifications may be weight of team about Ibs j seen at the office of the Building In-fTged-7 and 8 years. Mare and gelding. lppl-v W- A. Moore, ccr. Bompas and i enders .will 'be. rpcoivorf Westminster or -nyvilt, ViOl. DUlllfJttS ilLlU Westminster or c-o Herald office. So-6 Having been favored with instructions from j; H. Cormie. Esq. is leaving the city, I will sell the following: who 1 Bell Piano. 1 beautiful Mahogany Parlor Suit. 1 Oak Buffet, 3e Celled Mirror. 1 Oak Extension Table. 5 Solid Oak Diners, leather upholstered. 1 Arm Chair, leather uphol- stered. '4-cut Oak Dresser and Stand Fancy Brass Mounted Iron Bed. Springs, Mattresses, Several 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. W. Z. Wilson, Auctioneer TERMS CASH. Sale. Goods on view morning of Phone 1023. spector. j Tenders .will -be uut jthan noon on Wednesday, July ho Ly tender not neces. FOR business, [sarily accepted. passes, office. con- receipts and C. P R Finder kindly leave at Herald' 183-5 .cup off one of wheels of tire wagon. Finder return to Fire Halt 164-O in MONEY TO i U..UL. iJJL Alberta, for sale, containing every con- venience to run successful business, no competition, office. Address Box 30, Herald 185-6 FOR good young milk cow. Apply 627 Bailey St, North Leth- i bridge. 185_6 f watch' plain inscrib e nscr- ed >i. chain attached. WilJ f'nder please call at Herald office. 48-ox white bull terrier. errer pup finder please return to F. Kenny 311 Bartlett ALBERTA HEATING PLUMBING D. IS Mile Like, north or JCaymond, an iron grey mare, white face, weight about 1300. Branded ir. CALGARY MAN BUYS A PETERBORO HOTEL. to.. Opposite Pioneer Lumber Co Phone 365." Peterboro, July of Calgary, has bought City Hotel for ?53.000. t B. the TO RENT Large, airy well furnished rooms in Brodie Block, v (op- posite Alexandra Hotel) all TOodern conveniences. Terms moderate. Apply Alexandra Hotel Office. 172-0 BUSINESS CHANCES AGENTS WANTED-To handle stock of t-ie best and most conservative in- vestment in shipping, paying mjne .Must have best references. For full particulars address 76 Hutchinson Bid" Vancouver, B. C. 184-6 ROBERT SAGE The Picture Framer Receives Every Day at the RED CROSS DRUG BOOK STORE small black leather purse on corner of RounJ and Bompa's St Owner can have same by paying for this adv. and calling: at Herald of- fice. 181-6 BUISNESS CHANCES TOWN ON GRAND TRUNK PACIFIC fifty miles east of Edmonton, in good agricultural dis- trict, offers ground floor opportunity to merchants, tradesmen, real estate men, doctor, druggist, baker, black- smith, harness maker, tailor and other lines. Write Town Site Owners Walch Land Co-., Union Bank Buildine' Winnipeg. ;