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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 22, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta TO BE GIVEN AT THE LETHBRIDGE FAIR August 9-10-11 _ s. For the Best Loaf of Bread made from Flour of the ELLISON MILLING ELE- VATOR CO. The following are the prizes: 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 WHO'LE WHEAT FLOUR 1st 2nd 3rd 10 3 5 2 53 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 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 fr We have found another name for Quaker that is They all''lite it and it makes them .healthy and happy: it's so pure, sweet and clean, Plume Enssell Street. Ward. Also Handled By The Good Tuff the Grocer, T; Easton and A. Ritchiel Mark Connor, of been appointed a weed inspector. Weimore, proprietor' of the. Imperial Hotel at Frank, was in the city Wednesday on business. John Rae, of the license branch, of the attprney-general's department, was in the city yesterday. D. .Boycc, general reprcsenta-j tive 01 the Calgary branch of -the (Jockshutt Plow Co., is visiting the Lethbridge branch for a few days, j Detective Pat. Egan, of the city j police, has returned from a combined business and pleasure trip to Winni- j peg- j J. E. Taylor and R. Swallow from j Barnsley, the chief coal mining tre of Yorkshire, England, .arrived in North Lethbridge yesterday and pur- j pose following up mine work here, j Percy McNuity, stenographer, and Charles Bradbeer, yard for the Stacey Lumber Co.'s yards of, this city, are at present away on a weed's -holiday trip to Bear j Twenty years ago yesterday. .Hon. Edgar Dewdney, then minister of the interior, turned the first sod of the Calgary and- Edmonton railway at' Calgary. W. J. Lloyd, of the Imperial De- j Co., left Wednesday after- noon for Cards ton, where he will spend three or four days on business in connection with the firm. j T. H. Halford, of Edmonton, who has been spending several days in Maple Creek, Walsh, Medicine Hat and Lethbridge, returned north Wed-, nesday evening. It is five years since he had been in Lethbridge and was wonderfully and favorably impressed with.its growth- j An opportunity to spend a day in rhe mountains does, not come every day. The public are invited to take in the Wesley Sunday school excur- sion to Crow's Nest ne3rt week, Fri- day, July 29. Fare for the round; .trip Children-, 90c. .Train; leaves 7 ajn. j. A trainload. of export beef cattle came-in over the A. R. I. from I Cardston Wednesday night en route to Montreal. The cattle were chased from the Blood Indians by Messrs. Gordon, Ironsides and Fares, and is. be one of the finest shipments' ever made out of the country. J. W. 'McCIain, 01 'Monarch, in the 'cit-v vesterdav. When interview- led by the Herald regarding crop con- j ditions in Monarch district .Mr. -Mc- Clam stated. that- his men were now j busily engaged in cutting his 350 acre' j field of" fall wheat', which he believed i would average from 12 to 15 bushels jper acre. Thirteen hmdreo. and fifty acres of spring wheat, "he said, .was nlling well, but would be 'short in 'the straw. Ram'would be-very much welcomed in teat vicinity. The Crosby Shoe Store On Round Street, is wkere the work- ing man a fair deal Headquarters -for Miners' Shoes. Our new stock Is arriving daily A tig line of Boys' Stout that will wear and tear 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 ol'fice. 183-6 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 references produced. Apply by letter to Box 45, Herald, Lethbridge. 182-6 SITUATIONS VACANT experienced clothing and furnishing salesmen wanted at once. Apply Cornell Travis. 187-O industrious young man with good education desires a sit- uation where he will stand a chance of promotion. Apply Box 32 Herald office. 1S2-0 OFFICES TO Two large offi- ces, corner Round and Dufferin Sts in Bryan Block. Also Remington typewriter, splendid roll-top desk 6 f0rnSaAe' Koom Brjan block or P 0 Box 1989. 181-0 .for waitress. jCoaldale Restaurant. WANTED By competent dairyman, good milker, position to run creamery or take charge of herd of cows.. or any post of Trust on large farm: UiorougUly Apply 183-6 WANTED ed wh Young man want- knowledge of general experienced and an abstainer. Apply j payments. Apply mornings. 9 to 1Q to H. Westlabe, Medicine Hat, 182-6 o'clock "A. Macdonald. .Cg., Sound goods and gents' furnishing de- to Street. as' 183-0 experience. Can. furnish best __________ .of references. Apply Bpx 34, Herald i street school, salary ?20 per month i office. 1SG-3. Applications maf, be in by July 23 c" CARETAKER Bailey sirTAftf AA.S cleaning, janitoi1- ing Odd jobs undertaken.- Handy -man. A. K.A Box 2040 P. O; 186-6 once, lady for general Apply Harvard Tailoring Co, h tSfvfiifljf 1J FOR 3AL-E HOUSE FOR and a cellar, water, sink, drain, wired for light, double lot, Torrance Bowman, secretary Lethbridge School Board. 183-6 TO RENT TO RENT and barn. Apply ave. roomed house on premises to 34 ,187-2 bed room for two; half block south of Central sch'pol, 623 Coutts St. Ox WAREHOUSE FOR Western Canada, Agency property back of Dallas Hotel, spur track W R Dobbin, St. 379 Q FOR RENT-Desk room for rent R. 310 Glyn St. 172-0 TO on premise. IS- opposite Herald office on Crabb 8t; formerly occupied by Empire Cafe. Apply -McClure Stewart Agency. 146-0 sewin, 330 Crabb fice. opposite Herald of- 184-6 avenue, North Ward. Small fcash j livery, Magrath payment, bal. ?25 per ino., int. S- Apply 112 Torrance Ave., or P. O.'Box 1997. couple 'want position as manager aad manag- eress or man vroold take any place of trust. .Apply A. Hollande, gerieraf de- fe layer, on.e" room for gen- tlemen, modern house, telephone etc Apply..425 Bartlett. 165-0 -TO roomed house'house partly furnished, and water, FOR SALE-Well equipped house injprings Bootless; CoalCo' cSS Oty I Tlnff ArirHTinn 'o tra-n-ni-n viaitr s laying jump switches. right party. Apply Rhriri Ford St 182-0 Duff Addition.-a genuine snap; new S- j roomed dwelling, close in on- Connel also good business block on Westminster Road, will rent if desir- ed. Apply Kennedy HalL 1S2-6 Alta. house maid. Apply 8l9 Redpath St. {S5.0 1S5-6 ITO in North Ward, good I terms to desirable tenant. J. D. Hig- inbotliam Co. 182-6 MONEY TO LOAN. LAND FOR SALE TO double, front, roort? for three men'or .three wo-. men, modern conveniences and' close in. 1101'Ford Street ance on, farm and city, ply Southern Alberta Loan and Bryan Co.. street Ranch." 360 acres, adjoining Arrow ljark. B.C., will sell 200 acres, partly in. small .blocks: Prices furnished room in and bath. street. 182-Ox BUSINESS CHANCES. wij-viAAj. J, H'CCO -y nearly half what'Fruit'Land compan- LTO furnished ies sell for.., Apply.-.Jiiddlemass Bros., !close 414- Smith street ranchers. Arrow. B; C. rooms, 183-6 jTO Furnished rooms in mod- handle stock j WINTER "WHEAT The Card- ,house- Crabb Street, 4. District, one of -the few district? of .Bank of Montreal. ARTILLERYMEN WERE KILLED AT PRACTICE.! Washington, July Hess j and seven artillery men were killed in! creasing traffic the National Rail- ways of ilexico iave placed an- order for new equipment amounting to- gold. This is the largest the Derusey battery during target orac- order 01 tne kind that was ever sent tice at Fort Mixnroe to-dav, when the' breech block of a 12-inch- gun blew out Lieut. Tandusens leg was brok- en and five others -were Injured. i out of Mexico. Many are buying-fruit from us. Are you Quality is A 1 and prices are the lowest. Pure Ice Cream Home Made Confectionery COTARAS BROS. Oddfellows Block, Street. Round Successor ito F. German. Next Tfce Eentley Company Begin Block 114 Round Street AGSNTS To of the best and nibsfc con vestment in shipping, paying, mine. ji2 West where Winter. Wheat is Must -have best references. For full ja success this year: We also .have I particulars address 76 Hutchinson'OBldg i I splendid mixed fanning propositions JPOR RENT Furnished room, suitable Vancouver, B. C. 1S4-6 9ome and see for "yourself. One hun- i for 2 or 3 young, men, strictly modern. dred and sixty ,to- three thousand acre or without board-. Apply SOS tracts- improved lands. The Card-Har- j Brunton St i85-6 OF Iris.Land Co.; Limited. 62-26 LAST GREAT METROPOLIS NORTH AMERICA -FORT GEORGE, notv starting on furnisheci rooms suit- main line of Grand Trunk Pacific Ry, FOR SALE-Do TOU -know thaf th-'! 2, 3, men' deSlred% APPly CS and males is in the Cardston district9 s geographic and Their grains and grasses for 1910 MiSCELLANEOUS WANTS ategic commercial centre of British !first prizes at the recent Calvary Far Columbia-and-metropolis of an Inland'j.Take a run A. one of navigable wa- provements. Write W. O. Lee Co. terways. Millions of acres of farm- Cardston, Alta. 182-26 ing lands, besides unlimited timber, mineral and coal are trib- j utary. MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE j roomers. For terms apply to Mrs. S.M.Brooks, 402 Westminster Road North 120-0 One hundred million dollars will be spent in next three, years in railroad JFOR Gourlay Piano, excellent WANTED T0 Small furnished alone.. By the summer of 1911 [tone, easy terms.' Seen any 'time after cottase for 3 or 6 months for two, or thousand men with ay- six by aointment C. Westley 419 would rent 2 or 3 rooms for light house 184-Ox keepins' B- c- Baines7 Box 446, with pay- i six by appointment. Toll of one hundred thousand dollars !Wood per day. will be employed in the vicin- j ity of Fort-George. 1 FOR SALE CHEAP-65.laying hens, 1 City R 0. 1S3-6 We are'joint owners and sole agents jmnk cow 4 years old, a .phonograph for Fort George -Townate. The gov- and 52 records. One horse L emment insures and guarantees title e to lots and owns one-quarter of them. jentle, stylish driver and' buggy and and Gents' cast-off i clothing, shoes, furniture, carpets, rugs., jewelry, musical instni- bicycles, guns, ALBERTA HEATING PLUMBING D. O'Connor, Manager Plumbing and heating, gas fitting heating; jobbing promptly attendee to. Opposite Pioneer Lumber Co Phone 365. MEXICAN RAILWAYS WANT MORE EQUIPMENT Mexico City, Mex., July meet the .requirements of the in- MARSHALL RAMSEY Produce Brokers Hay, Grain and Produce by car, lowest prices. Phone 676, P. O. Box 2060 No. 2 Begin Block, Lethbridge We Lead, Others Follow One visit to our yard will convince you. j Complete stock in LUMBER, SHINGLES, LATH, LIME, PLASTER, CEMENT AND BRICK A nice lot of Screen Maple, Oak and Beech Ploorinor _____ Call once and vou will call aorain. Yard Office Phone 362. Baroness Road. Gen! Office Phone 334. MUSKRAT AND COYOTE SKINS WANTED In unlimited quantities; also hides of all kinds. brands. Make your Bhipmftnts promptly. J. Young All hides should show 405 Smith St. Another Good Thing! NOW IS THE TIME FOR THE BUYER WITH A SLENDER PURSE The lull in Real Estate in this rapidly; growing city is only tem- porary, and values will soon be soaring upwards once more. But in the meantime the present circumstances enable the man who could not otherwise afford it to make investments in well situated lots on terms that at any other would be RIDICULOUS We hare the exclusive selling of JUST 20 LOTS on Turner St, and Carleton St., North "Ward. Each lot is 138 feet in depth, level and splendidly situated and we are instructed to sell these splendid lots at EACH on the following easy DOWN AND PER MONTH with interest at S per cent Don't trifle with this offer, but snap it up while the opportunity is here. full information about fortune-mak- ing opportunities at Fort George, also about our upper Eraser. Valley farms. Natural Resources Security Co., Ltd. Winch Bldg., Vancouver, B. C. Sales Solicitors worth S150- will- n mencs, oicycies, guns, ouggies, uemo us quick for mans, plans and fnr vt.s el; atfnaP horses and stoves. Replj i0r Also OIle 14 x IS. closed PO 55f son, Norman Kealty-Co. v, _ to the Harvard Tailoring Co., 330 board floor and walls, cost i Crabb street, -opposite new Herald sell Apply 1S4-26 Tailoring Co., 330 Crabb St Herald office. once by yo.ung couple, furnished house for three or four 1S7-6 ENGLISH MILLERS WILL Illinois-Alberta [FOR SALE OR shop 1 p in Lethbridge. Fully equipped. Slaugh- ter house -and ice in connection. Also delivery rig stabling for Co. PHONE 426 HAVE LOTS OF WORK. London, July Mark Mahew, a member of the well 'known milling firm, regards the wheat posi- I tlon here in a reassuring fashion.'' Reports from the Argentine, -Aus- tria., France, Germany, Hungary, In- dia, Roumania, Russia all indicate good crops, India haying one of the crops on record. It Is 'cally assured tnat there, will more work for English millers In conse- quence of the shortage of American months or longer. Apply P O Bos 2016 184-6 _ __. hand bicycle, let horse if desired. Good (location. Apply lone know what you li'ave, also roll P. 0; Box 296, Lethbridge. 185-6 j top desk, ster Rd. C. J. Browne, 246 Westmin- 1S6-6 buy poultry. Highest FOR of general purpose horses, weight of team about IDS. ________ __D____ Aged 7 and 8 years. Mare and gelding! cash price -paid for ducks, chickens- Apply W. A. Moore, cor. Bompas andjand turkeys. Fat's Quick -Lunch. Westminster or c-o Herald office. 85-6 186-6 A townsite near Hazleton, B. C... has "been named Ellison, in honor of Hon. P. Ellison, member for the Ok- anagan. 1? 'SUN T VPTCWRTTT? T? ft -jv. JLJ ARE THE BEST Price: You can pay more and get less. Come in and inspect them. For sale by THE SUN AGENCY Office 411 Ford St. P. O. Box 687 Lethbridge, Alta. SMITH solicitors, notaries, 4 Alberta Block, Round Street R. Andrew- Smith, B. A., L. L. John J. Cam- eron, L.L.B. All accounts due to F. German must be paid before July 30th at Percy Crosby's Shoe Store ITO RENT Large, airy well furnished rooms in Brodle Block, (op- posite Alexandra Hotel) all modern conveniences. Terms moderate. Apply Alexandra Hotel Office. 172-O FOR in sale, containing every con- venienoe to run successful business-, no Address Box 30, Herald competition, office. 185-6 FOR good young milk cow. Apply 627 Bailey St., North Leth- bridge. LOST AND FOUND black pocketbook con- taining receipts and, three C. P. R. passes. Finder kindly leave at Herald office. 18S-6 185-6 FOR SALE OR 22 h.p., 4 passenger, practically new. The Alberta -Securities (Limited) 186-6 The Board of Railway Commission- ers for Canada will hold a sitting at Alberta, on or about the fifteenth day of September, 1910, at the hour of ten o'clock In the forenoon for the purpose of hearing matters, applications, or complaints filed with the Board and served upon the par- ties interested iiTacoordance.with fche Kules and Regulations of the Board. By order of the Board, A. D. CARTWTttGHT, Secretary. Board of Railway Commissioners Tor Ginada. Dated at Ottawa this 22nd day of July, 19lO. cup off one of wheels of fire wagon. No. 1. Finder return to Fire Hall 164-O watch, plain case inscrib- ed "M. chain attached. Will fjnder please call at Herald office. 48-ox Ernest and Bartlett street, gentleman's gold watch, ini- tials on back. Finder please return to Herald office and get reward. 86-6 Mack, folding lyocket book containing a, sum of money and some papers. Finder please return to Her- ald office and receive half the sum of money it contains. 1S6-2 gelding, no (brand, white stripe on face, weight about Last seen near Wilson Siding. ?20 reward for return to W. D. Whitney's 187.'. ROBERT SAGE The Picture Framer Receives Day at the RED CROSS DRUG BOOK STORE TENDERS 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 selling refreshments on- the grand stand at afternoon amd evening per- formances on the Exhibition Grounds during the coming Fair. For further particulars enquire of J. W. McNICOL, Secy. Agr. Association. 184-6 ;