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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 21, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LCTHBRIDQE DAILY HERALD. WEDNESDAY, JULY 21, IMS. PAOI THRU is made from the finest care- fully selected oocoa beans, roasted by a special process to perfect the rich chocolate flavor. Cowan's is most deli- cious and most economical. THE COWAN Co. LIMITED. TORONTO. Herald's Patterns There'g not a Flaw In a Pall or Tub of EDDY'S FIBRE- WARE Every One Solid. Hardened, Luting without Hoop or Seam. Many other Exclusive are too, when you Positively Persist in letting Eddy's. All dood Grocers can supply you. fa Cunda. uk for EMV'I MATCNfS. A CROP REPORT Winnipeg Free Press Gathers Infor- mation From all Over the Province Winnipeg, July Free Press presents its readers with the July crop report which comes in response to 180 telegrams sent out on Saturday last to its correspondents. All re- ports have been sent in since the big storm of Sunday and present, the con- dition of the crop absolutely up to date. The 'prominent feature of all the reports is that there has been no damage from frost or .hail and no serious damage from drought. A few sections to the north have had rather more rain than they need- ed, and with one or two showers there v is plenty of moisture to mature the whole A careful reading of the reports show that the harvest will be late. In a few sections the claim is made that the crop is up to last year, but these are very few. Some barley cutting done early in but tb'ere will be no wheat cutting even in 'Manitoba. It will not be at all general until the first of! September. This refers to spring crops only, fall wheat wilf be cut con- siderably earlier. A harvest as late as this suggests the possibility of frost damage ill some sections at least and through the present outlook is for the average har- j vest, there are six weeks of anxious I waiting before the Canadian West, a I harvest reaped entirely without dam- age. The crop has made fine progress since it was into the ground, but no argument can do away with the TENDERS FOR EXCA- VATION AND DE- LfVERY OF GRAV- EL SEALED TENDERS addressed, to John Stocks, Deputy Minister of Pub- lic Works, Edmonton, "registered and indorsed "Tenders for Excavation" o "For Delivery of Gravel" will be re chived up to 12 o'clock, noon, Jul 26th, 1909, for the performing of th following works in connection witt I the .'Tfction of a Penitentiary on th North-west Quarter ol Section 35 Township 8, Range 21, West of th j 4th Meridian, about three miles eas i of the City of Lethbridge." i (A) All Excavation for Foundation j and Footings. (B) The delivery of Gravel for Con crete. Plans ana specifications xnsy be seen and forms of tender procured at the office of the Building Inspector, new Telephone Building, Lethbridge. I Each tender for the respective works i must be accompanied by an acceptec i cheque made payable to the Minister j of Public Edmonton, to the j amount of One hundred dol lars. i The cheques of the successful biders j will be retained as a bond until the i work is completed; that of the un- successful bidders will be returned as soon as a contract is executed. I Bids must be made on the standard forms of tender and properly fillec out. The right is reserved to reject any or I all bids or waive any defects. I JOHN STOCKS, I Deputy Minister of Public Works. j Dated at Edmonton, this 13th day of July, 1909. 181-6 TENDERS 2866-2857-2875 PRETTY FROCKS FOR WARM DAYS PARIS PATTERNS NOS. 2865-2857, 2875 All Seams Allowed Any of the pretty cotton voiles or Persian lawns would be charming developed in the first design. The waist (2865) is mad? a round tu x i Dutch neck and lone sleeves. If de- fact that it went in two weeks late j i, _, sired a removable chemisette of all- and has to some extent at least been A v- Ai over lace, matching the insertion, may retarded by dry weather in June. ORVILLE WRIGHT'S TRIP Washington, D. C., July ing more confidence in himself than has exhibited before this season, Orville Wright made two successful flights in the Wright aeroplane at Fort-Meyer, Va., this evening. Dur- ing the fifty-five minutes it attained a peed of about 41 miles an hour and a height of about 150 feet. In an inter view the Wright brothers stated that heir machine could have made a suc- cessful trip across the English chan- nel. be worn. The pattern is in 7 32 to 44 inches bust measure. For 36 bust the waist requires 3 7-8 yards of material 20 inches wide, 2 3-4 yards 27 inches wide, 2 1-8 yards 36 inches wide, or 1 7-8 yards 42 inches wide. Price of Pattern 10 cents. The skirt (2857) is a seven-gored tucked model, trimed with insertion matched with that used on the waist. The pattern is in 7 to 34 in- ches, waist measure. For 26 waist the j j skirt, made of material with nap, 1 requires 9 1-2 yards 20 inches wide, j 5 3-8 yards 36 indies wide, 4 1-2 yards j 42 inches wide, or 3 1-4 yards 54 inches j wide; without nap, it needs" 8 3-4 j yards 20 inches wide, 5 yards 36 inches wide, 4 1-2 yards 52 inches wide, or 3" 1-8 yards 54 inches wide. Width of lower edge about 4 yards. Price of Pattern 10 cents. The semi-princess (2875) is made up in figured diminit-y in light blue and black, the guimpe being made of white dotted Swiss, trimmed with narrow Valenciennes edging. The pattern is in 7 to 44 inch-o, bust measure. For 36 bust the dress re-1 quires 61-2 yards of material 27 inches wide, 4 3-4 yards 36 inches wide, 4 1-4 yards 42 inches wide, or 3 1-8 yards 54 inches wide. Width of lower edge of skirt, at out 3 1-4 yards IP in-.-h wd: 2 1-4 yards 27 inches wide, 13-4 yards 36 inches wide, or 1 1-2 yards 42 inch- es wide. Price of Pattern 10 cents. SEALED TEJJDERS will be receiv- ed at the office of the undersigned, not later than 10 a.m., Thursday, 28th July, lyOa for all concrete work up to j grade line, and for all other work id i connection with the erection of the j Bryan Short Block, Round St., i Lethbridge. A marked cheque to the value of 5 per cent, of each .tender to be en j closed and all tenders to be endors ed "Tender for Bryan Short Block.' The owners do not bind themselve to accept the lowest or any tender. ERNEST E. CARVER, Architect Bryan Block, Lethbridge. 184-6 V you have to or to rent place il this column. If you wait aiytbitf use this 25c one lotertioa for SITUATIONS VACANT WANTED-Nice girl for light house- work. Small family of three. W. D. Box 1381, Lethbridge. 169-0 man and woman on farm 8 miles S. E. of town. Apply Box 568, Lethbridge or S. 1-2 of Sec 7 Ip. 8 R. 20. i81_g PARROTS WAXTEJD-Will buy a pair of the parrots sold at Carnival if price reasonable. Apply J. B. Kelscv, Shepard Bluck. BRICKMAKERS WANTED-2 burn- ers and 2 general yard men wanted at once. Wages 30 to 35 cents an hour to experienced men. Cranbrook Brick Co., Ltd. for Laundry work Apply Lethbridge Laundry Co. 184-0 girl to do light housework. Apply Mrs. Wm. Oliver 606 Bompas St. 134-6 good general servant. Apply to Mrs. K. D.. Johnson, Red- path St. East. 184-s MlfCELLANEOUi WANTS IF YOU WANT A LAWK FBNCE- See A. Bocboo, Crabb the Page lawn wire fence man. 16041 per Ib. paid for good clean cotton rags at the Western 8tc- tionery Co. gentleman room mate. Apply 1st kouse west of bsll Brunton St 1844 washing at home by woman. Good work guaranteed.. All kinds of garments accepted. Goods called .for and Notes ad- dressed to Mrs. C. M. Holland, gen. del. will receive prompt attention. 84-0 to wells. Water guaranteed. F. M. Orr, Leth- bridge. WANTED TO in- side city property for improved resi- dential, or a paying farm proposition. For full particulars apply to. T. E. Patteson, Oliver Block, Lethbridge. 186-6 ROOMS WANTED rent, seven or eight room modern house.Will tak year lease on satisfactory place. Apply E. T. McGregor, Room 9, Bryan Block or Box 387, Lethbridge. Alta. 182-6 LOST first class general ser- vant. References required. Good wag- es paid. Box B., Herald. 184-6 first-class clothing and jents' furnishing J. iill and Co. Granum. Alta une 3rd. Two bay geldings hree years old, no brands, weight about both shod, had halters on. One light bay, star in forehead, little white on nose and white hind food. One dark bay, one white hind foot. Suitable reward. Notify post- master, Granum, Alta. 154-0 night clerk, Balmoral Hotel. 185-0 PARTNER WANTED an experienced practical up to date cutter, desires partner of good financial standing to run a ladies' and gents' tailoring and furnishings store in Lethbridge. Write H. T., 25 Hillcrest Park, Toronto, Ontario. 186-2 BOW ISLAND ALBERTA FOR SALE Residential and Business Lots Buy real estate in the moat progres- sive town in Southern Alberta, and thereby double your profits Residential Lots from to Business Lots from to For terms call or write to- Ludtke Waddell 2737 CHILD'S DRESS Paris Pattern No. 2737 All Seams Allowed This dainty little frock for the very small child should be developed in sheer white batiste or nainsook. The full body portion is gathered and at- tached to the round yoke and Prin- cess in the material, and the full sleeves, which may be long or short, according to taste, are gathered into narrow wrist- bands or armbands. The dress fast- en? at the centre-back with very small pearl buttons, and the lower edge is finished with a simple hem. The pattern is four to 5 years. For n child of three years the dress requires 2 7-S yards of material 2f in- j ches wide, 2 yards 36 inches wide or j 1 7-8 yards 42 inches wide. j Price of pattern. 10 cents. i Paris Transfer Pattern No. 8071 Design for lingerie hat in braiding and French knots to be transferred to linen, lawnj cross-barred muslin, or fine net. If net is used, the edge should be turned under and finished with a row of braid and a ruffle of lace edging. On other material the edge is buttonholed in scallops and may or may nat be finished with lace Either soutache or coronation braid may be used and the hat should be trimmed with a soft fold and large bow of satin ribbon. Price of pattern. 10 cents. IMPORTANT MEDICAL TESTS Pointers and Decorators Have You Seen Our New Architectural Stain If not, Do so At once It is being Used in all The best houses In the city Hayr Bros, Plone 75 P. 0. loi 27 NOBLE ON THE NEW LINE 17 MILES NORTH-WEST OF SIGHT OF LETHBRIDGE, MONARCH AND BARONS. NOW ON SALE AT THE OFFICE OF MILNES NOBLE CLARESHOLM ALBERTA LETHBRIDGE AGENTS: The Beagle-Maxwell Land Co., OLIVER BLOCK Phone 290 i Cattle Do Not Contract Tuberculosis From Human Beings Paris. July Calmete an 1 I Guerin announced before the Academy i of Science last night the discovery'oi i an easy method for the determination of whether tubf-n-ulosis in individual; cases is of bovine or human origin. They proved that the baccilli in tu- berculosis patents of a sanitarium at' Saranac Lakf1, X. Y. The goat prac- i tically was unaffected ann continued to give nourishment to its young, the health of'which in no wise affoct-i ed. I Another goat was inoculated with a; culture taken from a boy suffering j from t-uborculosi.-: and this inoculation resulted fatally. From this, doctors: were able to c include that the boy's infection was not of human but resulted from milk taken from tu- j berculosis cattle. BODIES RECOVERED i Ottawa, July bodies of the two sisters, Jennie and Dorothy Green who were drowned in Lake Deschenes i at Aylmer, Quc.. last Wednesday, while out boating with a couple of young men, were recovered today near Britannia. Coal Ben LUMP on the market DELIVERED or at mine Good clean Nut Coal at mine per ton. All coal sold O.O.D. Address postcaid to NEW BARNES MINE Royal View F WADDINGTON Pbone 261 City Agent Prompt delivery guaranteed work in or out of city. Repairs and small contracts. Apply Box P. G., Herald. 185-6 dining room girls. Good wages paid. Apply New Eng- land Restaurant. 186-0 City of Lethbridge Suite day night, one team work horses, one iron grey gelding, weight 1350 brand- ed HR on left shoulder also two an- chors on left hip; oce light bay. geld- ing with, white face, weight branded Pr on right shomder. Both- horses have manes cut and are "shod1 all around and the bay has clipped fetlocks. J 10.00 reward will be given for information leading to their re- covery or their delivery to Georga Hole, Redpath St. W. 180-0 steam engineer with second-class Alberta, papers. Steady power house position. Apply Canada West Coal Co., Taber, Alta. 185-3 CORNET and first class tenor, wants position as bandmaster or. fcrtherwise, band or orchestra. Apply to P. M. Thes- salon, Ontario. 186-6 SMART BOY to fifteen years old. Must know city well. Apply Clarke Co., Acadia Building. 186-0 SITUATIONS WANTED lap robe figured in colon on one side, black on the'other. The finder'-will receive reward if he will leave at Hatch A Coons office. 181-4 North Ward, July'6, one bay mare branded H4 on left hip. 55.00 given for Information, leading to recovery. J. Tuff, P. 0. Box 91, Lethbridge. the Wells miles south of Stirling, five mares and seven geldings. Mares branded LM on left .shoulder and geldings brand- ed 7L on left hip. Liberal reward given for information leading to their recovery. Notify A. A. Johnston, Lethbridge, Alta., or L. E. Townsend, Stirling, Alta. 184-0 wants job, hotel, saddle, east of town and camp, or will hire out for harvest north side of C. P. IRailway. Reward; time. Apply J. Milton, Gen. Delivery, Lethbridge. v 181-6 EXPERIENCED Seeks position as office manager, book- keeper or shipper with reliable firm. Highest references. Apply P. 0. Box 356. 182-0 if returned to Cazier Bros. Camp, east of town. 1863 GOOD GENERAL SERVANT WANT- who understands her work. No other need apply. Mrs. Devine, Redpath St. 182-6 WORK sewing or general housework by married lady who needs work. Apply Box K.F Her- ald. 183-0 SITUATION WANTfED by competent engineer knowing all about steam, ;asoline and gas machines. Box 50, Herald. TO RENT. OR shop in driving town of Winnifred, where is have been for sale the last two eeks. Will be vacated 18th of July. Name, 1st choice. P. J. De Marce, Winnifred, Alta 166-26 black reached main work horse. Suitable reward will be given if returned to Cagier Bros, Camp east side of city. 186-6 FOUND ball game on Tuesday night, a brown leather parse. Own- er can have same by calling at Her- ald and paying for Ad. 183-O LOANS FA35M -Life Insurance Company are prepared to grant loans on farms on very reason- able terms T. K. Patteson, Agent. ADVERTISER wishes to meet with partner or financial interests to car-" ry on in Lethbridge, ladies' and gent's tailoring and furnishing stpre. This is an exceptional offer to invest with an experienced practical up to date man. Write H- T., 25 Hillcrest Park, Toronto, Ontario. 186-8 MISCELLANEOUS FOR iALt. HOUSEKEEPING APARTMENTS- n new block on Round St., complete- y furnished for housekeping, and in- cluding piano if desired, for rent for 3ne, two or three months after August Apply by letter t0 J. B. K., post- 'ffice box 448. j 177-O TO unfurnished frojit rooms to rent. Also 5-roomed cottage, close in. Apply 25 Argvle Ave. Phone 124. 134-0 FOR or Woman, mjr South African Veteran Bounty Land Certificate issued by the Department of the Interior, Ottawa; good for acres of any Dominion Land open for- entry in Alberta, Saskatchewan or- Manitoba. Any person over 18 years, man or woman, can acquire this land' with this certificate. For immediate- sale. Write or wire, L. Telford, 131, Sbuter Street, Ontario. TO rooms in new house on Crabb St. south of Header- sons, suitable for young men. Terms; S3 lor one or for double room. Apply any time to S. W. Tuckwell. Apslcy cottage, Crabb. ]8-1-6 FOR class folding in cood condition. Inquire Box 100; Herald Office. 186-1 TO stable on Crabb St. opposite Hill Block, possession im- mediately. Apply G. B. Bowman, Agency, Post Office Block. 178-0 TO new 4 room cottages on Torrance Ave., for rent. per month each. Apply L. A. Heustis, Torrance Ave., North Ward. 183-6 T. E. PATTERSON, Office, Oliver Block. Phone 887. HOUSE two lots on Coutts 1 near London Rd. i Price 11500; Ash, i 40 ACRES TO LEASE IN 5 OR 10! acre tracts. JANES RICHARDS Machine Shop, etc. Box 432 Near Steam Laundry PHONE 409 40 ACRES FOR SALE IN 5 OR 10 acre tracts. Close to Lethbridge, terms. Automobiles, Gasoline Engines, Steam Ploughs and Threshing Outfits General Repairs Work of every description Satisfaction guaranteed TO roomed house, ful- ly modem, corner of Westminster -TTK! London Road. per month. I'os- can be had July 26th. Swenmimson. Duff Addition. JS5-] J-KOPERTY FOR SALE FOR new fully modern house. Apply P. McMurphy, Mpr. South Alta. Lumber Co.. Phone 225 FOR SALE OR roomed house, stable, hay shed, large 'chicken house on River bottom near new bridge. Best place in town for keep- ing cows and chickens. Price easy terms. Price cash. per. month rent. H. Proctor, near the A. R. T. Shops. 184-0 FOR ;i sacrifice, thrr-e Hs j on corner of King and Connell Sts. j For price and terms see Hatch nmJ Coons. FOR room cottnge on Mac- Duff St. Cheap nt S3.000. for Owner leaving city, must bp sold. 6 room c-otUpo, Crabb St.. 1-2 easy terms. 2 lots on B.-irt- ioU St., for Skfith Tilloy. 186-3 SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any person wno la ctre sole head ol a family, or any male over 18-; old, may homestead a quartet-section 01 available Dominion land in coba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. The applicant must appear in person at the Dominion Lands-Agency or Sub- Agency for the district. Enf-y by proxy may be made at any ageuoy of intending homesteader. months' residence upon and cultivation of the land in eaeb of three A homMtAfilay live within nine miles of hit home stead on a farm of at acnr solely owned and occupied by him 01 by his father, mother, son, brother or sister. In certain districts a homefttwMer in good standing may preempt a quarter-section alongside hie stead. Price acre. -Must reside six months -ia of six years from date of entry (including the time to earn homestead patent) and fifty acres extra. A homesteader who hat exhamtrid homestead rifhi and cannot taiu a pre-emption douiy take pot chased homestead in certain Price :per acre. Beside six months ini each of years, cultivate fifty and! a house worth ISOO.OO. w.w.oaBY. Deputy Miui3ter at tba Inter publicatl-o thi11 advertisenr ?nt wiu nnt W n, ;