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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 21, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta ThursiUy, July 21T1910. THE LETHBRIDGE FAIR August 9-10-11 For the Best Loaf of Bread made from Hour of the ELLISON MILLING ELE- VATOR CO. The following are the prizes: 1st 2nd 3rd Entry No 396 397 To Professional Bakers Home Made (Bakers can- not compete in this class) 398 Girls under 14 399 Best Loaf Brown Bread from our WHOLE WHEAT FLOUR 10 3 5 2 2 1 H. JT. Quina, of Milk River district in the yesterday.. G. W. Boyd, of High River, has been appointed manager of the Un- ion Bank at Bassano. The Telephone Department inti- mates, that Bassano will long dis- tance connection by this fall. Edmonton will observe the day of Sir Wilfrid Laurier's visit there as a civic holiday. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Butler left re- cently on a few days' business trip co Calgary. C. Fisher, of Winnipeg, -who is heavily interested in Stirling town- site property, left :tihls city last night 11'ror his home city, thence to Toronto. E. Schmidt, well known in Y. M. C. A. football circles left yesterday for Suffield 'where be will reside for a time at least Bassano wants a sub land office there, as it is the nearest point to the .thousands of settlers going the Red Deer country. Let a Herald Want Ad. Work For You and You Will Find It Best Little Servant You Ever Had In Employ ing itself to those who may wisfc to avail themselves of a chance of seeing this most picturesque spot. Full information re the excursion may be had at the Freeman-Macleod Co.'s office. GOODS FIELDS OF STANDING GRAIN Thos, H, Woolford, of Cardston, has fceen judging fields of fall .wheat in tM standing grain competitions 25 cents per insertion when not exceeding 35 words 6 insertions Please Pay in Advance SITUATIONS WANTED stenographer with good English education wishes position. Apply Box 44 Herald office. 183-6 stenographer Apply Box 12 Herald wishes position, office. 181-6 SITUATIONS VACANT TO RENT TO hall, bright and clean at a low rent. Apply Meltzer Furni- ture Co., 413 Round SL" 181-6 engineer OFFICES ,TO large offi- ces, corner Round and Dufferln Sts in Block. Also TRACTION Frank. McKie who. applied for the position of engineer to run a Traction engine for me kindly take train for Coalda'Ie to- morrow (Wednesday) when I will and district ex- Canh. 532 This Is The Brand! Now is the time to try it You may win the prize! Atk your dealer for 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 For further particulars see Lethbridge Prize List L. T. Cooke, well known In ceptjooajjy so. ____ Lacrosse circus, is spending] He judged at Raymond on Tuesday, j WANTEIK-First claM position a few days in Taber, t9 i the following .being the results: on 'hand for .the weekend game. j Holmes, Alberta Red, D. L. Currie, a prominent lum-ber 92 1-2 points, man, of Waldo, B. C., is in the city Bros.. Alberta visiting his business friends at the Red, 90 3-4 points. various Itinrber companies la tile Third, Smith Bros., Alberta j8? Points. The Hudson's Bay Company are, '.Of the Macleod judging he could hereby challenging the X W. Jobbing not give out the full score fouc said r.n he judged niae fields. highest Red., We have 'found another name for Quaker Bread: that is TJiey all-like it and It makes tliera Iiealthy and nappy: if s so pure, sweet and clean. Phone Commission Co., to a game of 'baseball. Up on your toes, W. J. a Co. W. D. L. Hardie, superintendent of the Diamond City Coal Co., has re- cently purchased a new E., M. F. au- froiri ths Western Auto Company. Geo. Goff, one of .the C. P. >R. con- ductors running out of Lethbridge, returned recently from Toronto, -where tie went to 'bring his wife and family. They are residing at the corner of Cou-tts St and-London Rd. Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Vale, of Water- loo, Iowa, are visiting their .daughter Mrs. L. D. Bedford, 117 Courtland Street. Mr. Yale is in the wholesale and commission business and purposes taking a trip through the fruit lands of B. C., Washington and Oregon .before MS return home. Fire -Chief Kilkenny is in ing 96 1-2 points out oMOOWd the lowest CM. He will return to aJttd Raymond in two -weeks' time to jifdge the spring wieat and oats. W. C. McKillicaii, of CaJgarj% su- perintendent of the Alberta seed of the Department of Agricul- ture, will judge the crops at Card- ston next -week. There are 15 en- tries -from -tihe Cardston district, 10 winter 4 spring wheat and one field of oats. WOMAN, 70 YEARS OLD, ELOPES inmate of Winnebago County Insti- tution -Becomes 'Bride of Suitor Aged Discusses Case; v clerk or manager in store (grocery pra- ferred) ,by reliable young married fflan with six years' experience in general store, for himself; best of references produced. Apply by letter to Box 45, Herald, Letfcbridge. 1S2-6 eompeifeBi ft'airynian, good milker, position" to rari or take charge of herd of cows or my post of .crust on large farm, thoroughly .experienced and an abstainer. Apply- to H. Westlake, Medicine Hat -182-6 ond class papers for Alberta. Apply Royal Collieries Ltd. splendid roll-top desk and counter for sale. Apply Room 6, Bryan block or P O i i ci A niC'hi' wlrh pers suitable for a 250 horse power boiler. Apply Lethbridge Brewing Malting Co. Nicely furnished bed room suitable for two; half block south of Central school, 623 Coutta St. Ox WANTED Sober, industrious, young man with good education desirea a situation where he will stand a chance of promotion.. Apply Box 33 Herald office. FOR The Western Canada Agency property back of Dallas Hotel, spue track W Glyn St l-innlj- mnn> f Girl for. waitress. 'Apply Coaldale Glyn St v _. WAITED Young man wanted WuO has a knowledge of general dry goods and fefits' furnishing departments. Apply mornings 9 to Furnished rooms. double to rent, Majestic theatre. Ap-Ply Mrs. H. Cleveland, on 97-0 o clock A. Macdonald Co., Round occupied position" as bookkeeper or salesman by young German ..with perfect 'knowledge of the English and Italian languages. years practice in hardware and machinery trade. Write 1 box 26, Herald office. 155-2 !fwlng' CARETAKER Bailey Stewart' Agency Apply salary per must be in by July 23. C. B. BoVman, secretary Lethbridge School Board. 133.5 room waitress. Ap- ply, Steward, Lethbridge Hotel Cafe. 1S1-0 as ibookkseper, having experience. Can furnish ibest of references. Apply Box 34, Herald 186-2 cleaning, janitor- ing work. Eiandy man, jobs undertaken. once, lady for general Harvard Tailoring Co. Crabb street, opposite Herald of- ri rtA _ fice. 184-6 married couple want position as manager and manag- eress or man woold take any place of trust. Apply A. de- livery, Magrath. 184.6 TO room for fati- tlemen, modern house, telephone Annlv 4.9S- L Apply 425 JBartlett. 165-0 TO Five roomed House house partly furnished, ught and water per month. Apply A. Frayne, Racnael street, North Ward. 1890 vu ooms light and telephone 607. Apply rooms, bath street. 522 A. Box 2040 P. O- W 1S6-6. class track layer, one -who understands laying jump swi-cches. Good wages .to right party. Apply Rock Bootless Coal Co., Coal City PROPER-TV FQrt SAL.E I- i Vi tiicr tv iiimyuajti Jaome .for the aged were .debat- ing the advisability- of permitting tie marriage, Mrs. Margaret Johnson, resident of 'the tome for GILMORE, THE Eussell Street. BAKER ]STort.li Ward. Also Handled By The G-ood Tuff the Grocer, T. Easton and A. Eitchie. Joseph Dunmore, after stealing unprovoked assault Horse and rig from Geo. HaJl, a Stam- spector Biackweil. ford fanner, drove horse and -buggy peg this week attending 'a-conven- I EL, July a tion of -Fire Ciiefs of Western Can- of managers of the Winnebago ada, -Captain df No. 2 Sta- tion. Is fulfDJlng the duties cf during Kilkenny's absence. The second act of a Staffordyille wedding took "'place at the Mounted 'tour to-day slipped away to the Police Barracks Tuesday when five and ibecame the 'bride of i Timothy Reilly, aged 70. a resident of the home. County" Judge. Reckhow performed the ceremony. The .man- agers iad.agreed to sanction -the cere- mony when tue announcement was made that the pair :had taken no HOUSE FOR and a house, hall, cellar; water, drain, wired for light, double .lot, Torrance avenue, North Ward. cash payment, bal. ?25 per mo., int. 8 p.c. Apply 112 Torrance Ave., or P. O; Box ._ t- 143-ojf prings Alta.- 185-6 house maid. Applv Redpath St. 185-0 TO RENT-Furnished room with board if. desired. Apply 1202 Ford St. 1S2-0 i u in Norffi Ward eood tenant. J. D'. inbotham Co. J. D, Hig- 182-6 double front room -First class moulder and class pattern maker. Iron Works. 186- parties -were fined sums varying from to ?5 and costs for being drunk and disorderly. The police, say- it was the most successful wedding held in Slavtown for a long time. j Wthile in Macleod Premier Sifton announced that Oiere would :be a ibye-election there (before the best session of .the Legislature. Malcolm i is reported to -be j recovering Hon. A, J. Me- I Lean is attending to .the work of the constituency of Claresholm, Tie funeral of the late FOR House In- Duff feiuine sria'p; roomed dwelling, close 'in' on Conne street; also good business block on Westminster Road, will rent if desir ed. Apply Kennedy HalL 182-6 suitable for three w wo. men, cool all modern conveniences and close in. 1101 Ford Street -u furnished room in modern house, telephone and 1222 Redpath street chances on an .adverse decision. -'Mr. and Mrs. Reilly nave gone to. louse- into a sewer trench and was arrested, SI KHpatrick was sentenced Box office. lSD-6 The Sun Typewriter Visible Writing, Heavy Manifolding, Extreme Speed, Perfect Work Price: You can pay more and get less. Sold on approval, covered with the broadest guarantees. For sale by THE SUN AGENCY Office 411 Ford P. O. Box M7 MONET TO and ance on farm and city property Ply the Southern Alberta Loan Ap. ana ij.juciui juoan ano 416 DoflertD 8treet FOR good young milk cow. Apply 627 Bailey St, North Letb, bndge. 185-6 FOR BOOTH PRIVILEGES TENDERS ,will be received by the undersigned up to July 27 at noon for the privilege of operating a refresh- ment counter in the booths under the grand stand and for the privilege of fefllesliments on the grand stand at afternoon and evening per-' formances on the Exhibition Grounds' during the coming Fair. For further particulars enquire of J. W. McNICOL, Secy. Agr. Association 184-6 FOR SAL-E OR Passenser, practically new. The Alberta Securities black taining receipts c passes office. .Finder kindly leave at Herald 183-6 cup off one of wheels of ore wagon. Finder return to Fire Hall Isal: 164-0 P watch' plain case' Inscrib- ed M. chain attached. Will fender please call at Herald office 48-ox Black and white bull terrier (Limited) 186-6 ALBERTA HEATING A PLUMBING D. O'Connor, Manager Plumbing and heating, gas fitting .A heating; jobbing promptly attended to. Opposite Pioneer Lumber Co Phone 365. Bartlett Street. to 18 Mile Like, north of Raymond, an iron grey mare, white face, weight about 1300. Branded ir. shape of boot on left jaw. Liberal re- ward for return to C. Buhler, Raymond 181-6 TO RENT Large, airy well 'furnished rooms in Brodie Block, (op- posite Alexandra Hotel) all modern conveniences. Terms moderate. Apply Alexandra Hotel Office. 172-O BUSINESS CHANCES AGENTS WANTED-To handle stock of the best and most conservative in- vestment in shipping, paying mine Must have best references. For full particulars address 76 Hutchinson Vancouver, B. C. ROBERT SAGE small black leather purse on corner of RounJ and Bompas St Owner can have same by paying jfor this adv. and calling at Herald of- fice- Brnest and Bartlett gentleman's gold watch, Ini- tials on back. iFinder please return to Herald office and get reward. S6-6 SMITH solicitors, notaries, etc. 4 Alberta Round Street. R. Andrew Smith, B. A., L. L. B.; John J. Cam- eron, L.LJB. _ The Mercantile Trust Co., of Van- couver, Is to erect a handsome at George. ;