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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 23, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LgTHBRIOGE DAILY JULY 23 11 Lots NORTH OF THE FAIR GROUNDS Lots are 33% by 136 and worth each, but for quick sale we are going to sell at T cash, balance Ta month until paid for no m- terest. When' the projected street- car line is built, it will run to the fair; grounds and.'then this property, will be four times the value it is at the present time. Money cannot be made saf- er, faster and surer than the. purchase of these lots. Johnson Co. T Room 5 Bryan Block, Leth- bridge, Alta. Mr. Delaney is very, favorably im-' pressed with the Tabor district and says the crops in this vicinity arc the best he saw on his trip. Mr. Bert Smith returned yesterday from a trip across-the line. Mr. White, of ''pot., is in town on business in cpanoction with real estate, of which he is an exten- sive holder near the city. He companied ty his wife and family; J. Carrol has built'a fine new blacksmith shop on. Howo street. Mr. who is an -experienced work man, has charge of the shop, shop was badly needed irt town Juul Mr- Carrol is to be congratulated oil his enterprise in fitting- up so fine a she-P to cater to the farmers' wants. Ir. Sam Irvine, our popular imple- ment agent, has been elected school trustee to fill the vacancy caused the removal of ilr. Wallace to Ijeth- bridge. NEAR THE WORLD'S RECORD Washington, D. C., July two short flights in the aeroplane this evening, at Fort Meyer, Vu., Orville Wright closely approached the world's aeroplane speed record, at- taining an average velocity of 54 1-2 miles ah hour as compiled by hfs brother. The first flight, lasted only 1 minute and 39 seconds on account ot having to descend by losing a cog on the wheel magnet after making a second round of the course. On his swiftly circled a "dozen 'times around' wbjpHi is five-sixths of a mile in circumfer- HEWS FROM COALOALE Coakfale. July At >tne beauti- ful county ol T. S. McKenzie, tfce Maoalfoerta fartu, Mrs. McKenxrio was the hostess for the Ladies' Aid yesterday afternoon. A drove over in the fmorning ence. Daily Herald's Patterns NEW SCHOOL TRUSTEE ELECTED AT TABER Mr. Irvine Succeeds R. P. Wallace- New Residences Being Built Taber, of Rnox lawn social on Thursday evening, July 29 "on the manse grounds. We feel sure 'this entertainment will be no less a success than many other which the Ladies' Aid have undertaken. Miss Fulton. of our able and Barbed Wire Phones Go Out of New-Autoist July' 'town 1ms been guiet lately the keeping The leather has aided the crops 'filings 'look well. Fifty per cent of tbe wheat is headed out and the loss will- amount to less than one per .cent.. The straw the Thoeo present iroiu here wore Mr. and -Mrs. J. Pillars and' family, Mr. and John Ley. Mesdaraes: Haley, Pawson, AlacArthur, Depew, Emdy, Taylor from the Cameron ranch Hesdazces Perry, Chi- Owens, Thorny from Lethbridge aid -'Bert Johnston. Miss Ella Cook and Miss Welshans from Minneapolis. The Leth bridge people compose a house party and 'will remain for. several days. At 3.30 an enjoyable program was rendered. Misses McKenzie aod Cook gave several piano duets, Mrs. Paw- son recita.t ons and ilrs. Bepew a reading on China, after 'which delic- ious refreshments were served. .IMPOUNDMENT NOTICE NOTICE OF tice is hereby given that I have im- pounded 'in the west pound near the isolated Hospital the following ani- 1 bay mare (aged) branded mono- gram JY left hip; 1 red and white steer branded an- chor right-ribs; I red white cow branded U9 left hip. JOSEPH GILLESPIE, Pound Keeper. TENDERS SEALED TENDEES will be reeeiv- ed at.the office of .the undersigned, not later than 10 a.m., Thursday, 28th July, 1909 for all concrete work up to grade line, and for all other vrorfc in connection with the erection, of the Daily Herald Market Place ywi have It veil or to reit place it it COllMM. It yon wait tbif 25c toertioB for SI f-HOPERTY FOR IALC FOK SALE OK EENT-7 roomed house, stable, hay ahecl, targe chicken nouse on Kiver bottom near new bridge. Best place in town for keep- iajj cuws and chickfcni. Price 1300 easy uirms. Price cash. per month rent. H. Proctor, near the A. K. I. Shops.. 184-O SITUATIONS VACANT WANTED-Nice girl for light houte- work. Small family of three. W D Box 1381, Lethbridge. Bryan Short Block, Round Lethbridge. St., Paris Transfer Pattern No. 8016 Design to be transferred to a. centre is also a, good height. The new Scandinavian churcn is ap- I piece of linen, thin cambric, scrim, proaching completion.. Witt the ad- silk, Indian-head cotton or messaline vent of the new government' to be worked in solid and eyelet stitch July Ladies' Aid j lines, the Prairie Farmers' Telephone with mercerized cotton or heavy church, intend holding a Company, Ltd., which has operated I silk floss, and applied to a centrepiece mostly on the barbed wire fences, is j measuring 20 x 20 inches the edge to be wound up. I simply hemmed or finished with H. Ugland has returned from j row of feather stitching and if desir- Nbrth Dakota. ed further ornamented with a wide Why could not Stavely not have se- i edge of heavy lace cured the at Granum They j of Pattern 10 cents. came out all right in the league game popular school teachers, is spending I yesterday with Granum. her vacation at Cowley enjoying the Things are taking good shape for I jour first Agricultural Show on'3rd of mountain air. Mrs and Miss Beard are on a trip August. It was thought that there exposi- j would be some races also at that to the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific tkm at Seattle. jtime, but the Agricultural Societies' The Royal Hotel is being removed I ordinance it seems would prevent .ytrom its om site and is toeing put on a cement foundation on Front street. This with other improvements on the btiil'ding- will enable it to retain its reputation of being one of the best hotels on ithe Crow's Xest. Mr. Will- iams has -the contract of .moving and remodelling: it. Miss Ruttan. .of Picton, Ont., is on an (extended visit in the city for her health. We are sure the pure air and Sunshine of Southern Alberta will' soon restore ner to her usual health. malting her home at ihe Boyal Hotel while here. Pete Hammer's new house on Hull -avenue is nearing completion. Mr. ed the vigilance of the police. Cruelty Hudson has. charge of the work. J. J J. Walton is also building a new Chouse on Hull, avenue, Mr- Evans having., charge-of-the work on "this house. These when completed will add: materially to the appearance of and; multitudinous such taking place. J. T. North, the active secretary, hopes to have a good show. Many are taking advantage of the quiet times to fish in. ;the kills. Some who do not know the streams well strike barren waters which have been fished out. It does not take- long- to fish out a stream and the., new Pro- tective Game association will have plenty of work before it. A party of foreigners from the north struck town last night with a team, one of which was the most ex- A marked cheque to the value of 5 per cent, of each tender to be en- 1 closed and all tenders to be endora- ed "Tender for Bryan Short Block." The owners do hot bind themselves to accept the lowest or any tender. ERNEST E. CARVER, Bryan Block, Lethbridge. Architect. 184-6 PARROTS WANTED-Will buy a nair of the parrots sold at Carnival if price reasonable Apply Mrs. jr. B. KeJsey, Snepard Block. 182-0 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 room Duff St. Cheap at Owner leaving city, must be aold d room cottage, Crabb St., 1 1-2 lots, easy terms, 2 on lett.St., for Skeith Tilfey FOR Remington type- writer with tabulator, at a bargain. Apply Citizens Lumber yard. 187.-O FOR and shack on Mac- beth St. North Ward. Price This, is a snap. Apply Box E, L. H. Herald -office. MISCELLANEOUS WANTS 183-6 T. E. PATTERSON. Office, Oliver HOUSE AND for Laundry work Apply Lethbridge Laundry Co. 184-O girl to do light housework. Apply Mrs. Wm. Oliver 606 Bompas St. two lots on Coutta oear London Rd. Price ash. first class general ser- vant. References required. Good wag- es paid. .-Box B., Herald. 184-6 IF YOU WANT A LAWN "FENCE- See A. Rochon, Crabb street, the Page lawn wire fence man. 160-20 per Ib. paid for good clean cotton rags at the Western Sta- tionery Co. 179rO gentleman room mate. Apply 1st house west of ball grounds, Bruaton. Si washing at home by woman. Good work guaranteed. All kinds of garments accepted. Goods called for and delivered. Notes ad- dressed to Mrs. C. M. Holland, gen clothing and del. will receive prompt attention. 84-6 fllTTMCiltlnn' T furnishing Hill and Co. J. 185-0 40 ACRES TO LEASE IN 5 OK 10 acre tracts. 40 ACRES FOR SALE IN 5 OR 10 acre tracts. Close to Lethbridge, easy Paris Transfer Pattern No. 8012 Design to be transferred 'to- a ijhaf apron of muslin, lawn, nain hausted horse that one-would J batiste, mull, organdie, or crepe not to see. Unfortunately, it oscap- CMne worked in shadow de mercerized cotton or heavy to man's-best friend should-be'stamp-j ?ilk floss' the materia ed out roughshod. in its development. The edge The.latest man to possess anmwto- a ruffle of mobile; is O. What -lace, the ends of the strings be- with automobiles, new- electric poles, I Dg finished with similar lace if de this street as. both will be spacious and modern. J. H. Belaney, of Glenburn, N.D., is-visiting for a couple of days with his. friends. Mr. arid Mrs. C.H. Gray. wires the place will soon resemble Fifth avenue. F. Langmuir, leaves for This' pattern may also be -de- in solid embroidery the cen- flowers and the dots in the east on. a holiday on the work, or worked solid like the The younger brother of Harry Bell "of. the. Queens Hotel, has "come Spilt while on his way to the Seattle fair, 'from the east to help him. sst of the design. Price "of pattern, .10 cents. .'Herald .Pattern Department. Apply 2962 LADIES' SHIRTWAIST Paris Pattern No. 2962 All Seams Allowed. Closing at the "left side of the front under the widei panel effect arid made up in nile green Persian lawn, this is a dainty little model. The first three tucks either side of the front are stitched ..their .entire while the" others are 'stitcfied lo nearly the bust line. The caps to the new-fash- ioned sleeves .also tucked. and1 of embrpir defy, similar.; trim- ming the cuffs. The 'pattern' is in, 7 to 44 inches .bust measure. For 36 bust the waist re- quires 5 1-2 yards of material 20 inches wide, 4 1-2 yards 24 inches; wide, 4 yards 27 inches wide, 3 1-8 yards 36 inches wide or 2 5-8 yards, 42 inches j wide; 2 1-8 yards of :--Price patterwio -Apply i Herald Painters and Decorators Have You Seen Our New Architectural Stain? If not, Do so At once It is being Used- in all The best houses Iu the city Hayr Bros, night clerk, Balmoral Hotel. 185.Q 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 to bore wells. Water guaranteed. F. 3d. Orr, bridge. CORNET and first class tenor, wants position as bandmaster or otherwise, band or orchestra. Apply to P. M. CJ., Thes- salon, Ontario. 186-6 BOY deliver the Diily Herald in Riverview. 187-0 WANTED TO TRADE-Valuable in- side city property for improved resi- dential, or- a paying {ami proposition. For full particulars apply to. T. E. Patteson, Oliver Block, Lethbndge. 186-6- .and .board in pri- vate house, close in, by young man Apply Box A. M., Herald office. 88-1 LOST east of town- and north side of C. P. Reward if returned to. Casier Bros. Camp east of town. 186-6 keeper for about 8 men. Chinaman j to help. Must be first class cook and an -economical manager. State experience, references-and -wages re- quired. Address Box J. Hehald. 187-6 to put-up tons of hay on Sec. 32-7-21. Will pay a good price to have it done. Apply J. F: Stratton, Lethbridge, or ground. the 188-2 class carpenters. Apply Virtue, .Acadia Block. 88-2 man to take position as bank porter. Apply Box B. M. Her- ald office personally as required. 88-0 "will he re-' ce'ived "by 'the' tuidersigned in writ- ing from young ladies desirous of acting ,as 'pupil assistants to the Kin- dergarten Director Lethbridge schools. No attached, must be able to G-. E; Bowman, Secre- usev. piano, tarv... 188-0 SITUATIONS WANTED We can furnish your home cheaper than any other source in Western Canada We handle goods in large quantities, and conduct our business on the cash basis. Several carloads of just been unloaded, and we invite you to look over the stock, whether you desire to purchase or not Turpin Furniture Co. The Home Makers 2969 BOY'S SUIT PARIS PATTERN NO. 2969 Allowed: entirely "new suit HMBKHMB An entirely newlmodel for the suit of the growing boy is here shown, con- sisting of a jacket and knickerbock- ers. This will be .found to be just as cool as the 'Russian blouse suit, .and is a pleasing N-ariaUkm that still popular modal. The jacket closes the front with large pearl but- tons and the knickerbockers are gath- ered in to the .knees by elastic, run through the wide hem-casing. The suit is adaptable to heavy linen or khaki, and is worn with a detached Eton collar of heavy white linen arid or colored Windsor tie. The pattern Is in ti to 10 years.; For a boy of 7 years the suit requires 33-4 yards of material 24 inches 3 1-8 yards 27 inches wktej 2 27 inches wide, or 1 5-8 yafds 54 iffch-; es wide. Price of Pattern 10 cents. Beit LUMP on the market DELIVERED or at mine Good clean Nut Coa] at mine per ton. All coal sold Address postcard to NEW BARNES .MINE Royal View F WADDINGTOIS7 Plione261 City Agent Prompt delivery guaranteed EXPERIENCED Seeks position as officf bopk- t keeper or shipper with reliable firm. Apply P.-.O. Box 182-0 Highest' references. 356.'. WORK WANTED-Either sewing or general housework by married lady who needs work. Apply Box K., Her- ald- 183-0 black roached main work, Suitable reward will be given if returned to Cagier Bros. Camp east side of city: delivery wagon, a brown, striped coat. Kindly leave at Herald office. 187-O From City of Lethbridge Sun- day night, one team work horses, one iron grey gelding, weight 1360 brand- ed-HP on leftj shoulder also two on .left" hip; one i light bay geld- white face, weight U90, branded PI" on right ahomder. Both horses have manes cut and are .shod all around and the bay has clipped fetlocks. reward will be given "for information leading to their re- covery -or their delivery, to George Hole, Redpath From the Wells farm, 4 miles south-of Stirling, five mares and seven geldings. Mares branded LM on left shoulder and geldings brand- ed 7L on left hip. Liberal Teward given-for information leading Jo their recovery. Notify :A. A. Johnston, Lethbridge, or L. E. .Towjosend, Stirling, Alta. TO RENT. OR shop in Driving town of Winnifred, where ts have been for sale the last two eeks. Will be vacated 18th of July. Person vrho ;STipply come, 1st choice. P. J. De Marce Winnifred, Alta 166-26 Granum. Alta., June ..'3rd. Two bay geldings each "no- brands, weight about .both shod, had ou. One light bay, star in fojehead, ittle white on nose and white hind ;ood- One dark bay, one white hihd: :oot. Suitable reward. Notify post- master, Granum, 154-0 FOUND hall game on Tuesday night, a brown, leather purse. Own- er can have same by calling at Her- ald and paying for Ad. 183-O HOUSEKEEPING1 APARTMENTS- In new block on Round St., complete- ly, furnished for housekeoipg, and in- cluding piano if desired; for rent for j one, two or three months after August I 1. Apply by letter J. B. E., post- J office box 448. 177-0 'JAMES RICHARDS Machine Shop, Box 432 Near Steam Laundry PHONE 409 Automobiles, Gasoline Engines, Steam Ploughs J and Threshing Outfits General Repairs Work of every description Satisfaction guaranteed TO unfurnished frojt rooms to rent. Also 5-roomed cottage, close in. Apply 25 Argyle Ave. Phone IT TJ iarm and the city, a black velvet robe lined with-yellow. Owner can have same by calling at Herald office and paying for ad. 187-0 NOTICE TO TRAVELLING PUBLIC If you want to get ,td the opera house on time telephone 148. OUT up to 'date hacks will get you- there on time. 186-28 124. 184-0 TO rooms in new house on Crabb St. south of Hender- sons, suitable for young men. Terms: SB for one or for double room. Apply any time to S. W. Tuckwell, Apsley Crabb. 184-6 TO new 4 room cottages on Torrance for rent. per month each. Apply L. A. Heustia, Torrance Ave., North Ward. J83-Q The plant of the 3 Bedford, Mats., Cordage Company was par-. tially destroyed by fire, loss 'between and minutes walk from post office, per week, also for sale, oak cupboard with" glass doors and nearly new carpet 15x12 ft. Apply Box Herald office. 187-o DOUBLE fnrnishec double room in Shepard block. May be used for light housekeping. per month (in Room to be taken care of by parties renting. Batl with hot and cold water on same A T m_ Sheparc floor. Apply J. B. Kelsey, Block. ESTABLISHED .1354 187-0 Merchants Bank of Canada i HEAD OFFICE. MOM'REAL I Paid-up Capital I Reserve and Undivided Profits 4r, 2 Account of Merchants, Fanners and Ranchers Solicited Drafts Money Orders Letters of Credit Savings Bank Department z LethbMge Brinch CoaHale Block, St. J LAND FOR SALE FOR SALE-Man or Woman, South African Veteran Bounty Land Certificate issued by the Department of the Interior, Ottawa; good for 320 acres of any Dominion Land open foi entry in Alberta, Saskatchewan or Manitoba. Any person over 18 years, man or woman, can acquire this land wi For immediate sale. Write or wire, L. E Telfoid, 131, Shuter Street, Toronto, Ontario. 165-28 LOANS FAiRM Life Insurance Company are prepared to grant Joans on farms on very rtasou- able terms. T. E. Patteson, Agent, SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH WEST LAND KEQULATlONi Any person who it bead of a family, or any mmle ,bret 18 yean old, may homestead a qutrter-tectioo of available Dominion land in toba, aaskatchewan 01 Alberta. applicant must appear ia person at the Dominion Agency or Sub- Agency ior the (iutriot. by proxy may be m'ade at any ler of intending homesteader. apon and cultivation of the land in of three A homesteader may liTe within nine milet of hii stead on a Iarm of at M____ solely owned and occupied by bin pi by his father, mother, son, brother or sister. In certain districts in good standing may preempt quarter-rection alongside hit stead. Price per acre. -Must reside six months in il six years from dtue of bom_____ entry (including the time to earn homestead patent) and fifty acres extra. A homesteader who ;A homestead right and cannot ob- tain a pre-emption aity a chased homestead in certain dktritis Price per acre. eside six months in esch of tkree years, cultivate fifty acreg bouse worth W.W.OOKT, Deputy llinicter of tbe later.. N.B.-Unauthotied advertiseiTTot lor. not ;