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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 23, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta TAe Lerhbridge Daily Herald, Friday, July In Cash Prizes TO BE GIVEN AT THE LETHBRIDGE FAIR August 9-10-11 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 WHOLE WHEAT FLOUR 1st 2nd 3rd 10 3 5 2 5 3 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 LOCAL BUDGET R. V. Gibbons left this morning for a holiday at the Waterton Lakes. j J. J. Cameron, barrister, left this afternoon on a business trip to Cal- gary. j Hon. A. J. Maclean returned to j Taber yesterday from Winnipeg and left this afternoon for Edmonton. The C.P.R. are erecting a large new storehouse on a vacant spot between the tracks east of the station house, J A party consisting of A. Tilley, A. B. Stafford, H. J. H. Skeith, and C. i H. Skeith. and C. G-. K. Nourss. i' motored to -the Waterton Lakes yes- terday and will remain over Sunday. es in Westminster church tomorrow both morning and evening. W. A. Buchanan left this afternoon for Winnipeg to attend a meeting of the publishers of daily newspapers in Western, Canada. The new telegraph schedule or the C.P.R. will be dealt with. rooms in the Williamson Block. To his beloved wife and child, whom he buried but a short time ago. The street grader is at work put- ting the finishing touches on the grad- ing of Westminster Road. The tele- phone employees have commenced Let a Herald Want Ad. Work For You and You Will Find It the BestsLittle Servant You Ever Had In Employ QUAKER BREAD Tke Holsum Kind It is pure, sweet and clean. It is bated clean, of clean ingredients, and it is sold clean. Pbone 794 for a sample loaf GILMORE, THE BAKER Eusseli Street. Ward. Ask your grocer The Good Co., T. Easton, Tuff, and Ritchie Meredith nrinster Road will be quite appearance. J. Taylor, manager of the Taylor Milling Elevator Co., reports a present heavv local demand Tor oats far in excess of. the supply. Oats there are in the country, but the holding them in.antici- pation of -higher prices. Likewise the local demand for flour keeps up and one may see large dray loads leaving either of the milling companies fre- quently -during the day. McMahoa and Quian closed a deal for the sale of two large grain sep- arators. One goes to G-.- Moreland, the other to Eessler Bros., "both of New Dayton. Crops are hetter in 25 cents per'insertion when not exceeding 35 words 6 insertions Please Pay in Advance TO RENT prings anticipating the sale of anther separator to Bennett Bros., of lat place. The general meeting oi the Caie-oiiiaa Society which was to have jen held Thursday night was, irougli lack of numbers, postponed itil next Thursday, July 28th. How er, a little business wa's gone rough with and the oSer of the As-cultural Society to the effect that e Caledonian Society take over'the anagement of the Lethbridge Fair orts, was willingly accepted by the iledonians. Jacob Sawchuk was yesterday af-rnoon fined S5 and costs by Inspec-r West, J.P., for resisting the po-e while in the execution of their ty. Sergt. Sillikci tme day last iek obtained a search warrant to irch Jacob's premises for eight cks of flour stolen from the Tay-: Flour Mills, and until he was iced under lock and key, Jacob reed to let the search be made. W. Simmons defended Sawchuk, and that Jacob being a foreigner, 1 not understand the circumstances the purport of the warrant. We want a high class neral agent in every city in Can-a to appoint sub-agents and sell s in Western Canadian town, hav-; many unique selling features. We 1 make this the best RENT Six roomed house and Apply on premises to 34 Argyle ave. 187-z TO large ota, ces, corner Round and Dufferin Sts i Bryan Block: Also Remingtonr typewriter, splendid roll-top desk and counter for sale. Apply Room 6, Bryan block or P O Box 1983. 181-0 Experienced stenographer with good English education wishes position. Apply Box 44 Herald office. 5 experienced clothing and furnishing salesmen -wanted at once. Apply Cornell Travis. Girl for waitress. Apply Coaldale Restaurant. 'Window cleaning, janitor-ing work. Odd jobs undertaken. Handy man: A. K, Box 2040 P. O. Nicely furnished bed room suitable for two; half block south of Central school, 623 Coutts St. ox CLERK Young man wanted who has a knowledge of general dry goods and gents' furnishing departments. Apply mornings 9 to 10 o'clock A. Macdonald Co., Round Street. TPAP -m. FOR Aixoiiiiuuojii r UK. RENT The Western Canada Agency property, back of Dallas Hotel, spur track. W R' Dobbin, 310 Glyn St 172-6 FOR Storey and a house, hall, cellar, water, sick, drain, wired for light, double lot, Torrauce avenue, North Ward. Small cash payment, bal. per mo., int. S p.c. Applv 112 Torrance Ave., or P. 0. Box 1997, For Bailey street school, salary per month. Applications must be in by July 23. C. B. Bowman, secretary Lethbridge School Board. Desk room for rent. .W R. Dobbin, 310 Glyn St. 172-6 Furnisnea rooms, large double to rent, Majestic theatre. Apply Mrs. H. Cleveland, on 97-tt TO At once, lady for general sewing. Apply Harvard .Tailoring Co. 330 Grabb street, opposite Herald office. TO Leans and Insurance on farm and city property. Apply the Southern Alberta Loan and Investment Co., 416 Dufferln. street. Bryan WocK Building opposite Herald office on Crabb St., formerly occupied by.. Empire Cafe. Apply McClure Stewart, Agency. 146-0 English married couple 'want position as manager and manageress or man woold take any place of trust. Apply A. Hollande, general delivery, Magrath. Furnished room for gentlemen, modern house, telephone etc Apply 425 Bartlett. 165-6 will be received by the undersigned up -to noon of the lOtb, of August; 1910, for the erection and completion of a Separate School First class track layer, one who understands laying jump switches. Good wages -to right party. Apply Rock prings Sootless Coal Co., Coal City, Alta. Five roomed house hbuse partly furnished, ught and water, ?20 per month. Apply A. Frayne, Racnacl street, North ig2-0 accordance with the plans and specifi-j fer inquiries to local agent. Liberal cations to be seen at the office of house maid. Apply 812 commissions live agents can. make j Woods and Steel, Engineers, Pincher {Redpath St. iSo-0 big money answer quick advertise- ments "will begin appearing in-a few give' references. Address In- ternational Securities Company, 64.5 Somerset Bldg., Winnipeg, Man. (TO room with board if desired. Apply 1202 Ford St. 182-0 GOODS CROPS AT STAVELY Stavely, July. 22 Standard that district than hitherto expected. Wfteat liarvest nas 'Commenced Mr. McMahoa is 'today in Purple i his district Perhaps the first one to begin was Mr. W. T. Cook, i E 1-2 27-1S-27, where he has two "oinaers i acres of Alberta. 1 Well furnished room in The lowest or any tender not ne- WANTED Two good men to canvass, modem house, telephone and bath. cessarily accepted. Good money. Apply T. S. Keatley. j1222 Redpath street. T. LRBEL. J125S Courtland St. Pincher Creek, i TO furnished 182-Ox 1SS-2 TENDERS with second class 'ciose in> 414 Smith street, certificate. Call at Lethbridge Brew- rooms, 183-ff ing Co.'s office. 1SS-6 'TENDERS will be received-by the) TO rooms in mod- i era house. Apply 717 Crabb Street, 4 for the erection of a two- j A middle aged woman to [blocks south of Bank of Montreal. room frame school building at Hill- j help -witli house work oh a farm close crest mines. Tenders to be in by Aug. 2nd. Plans, and specifications can be seen, at- the office of the secretary, or F. B. Rolfson, architect, Lethbridge. J. W. G-. COCHBANE, 188-1. Secretary. 184-ff in; must be able to cook; no children. Apply Box 377, Lethbridge Postoffice. f REf Furnished room, suitable or 3 young men- strictly modern, or without board. Apply SOS MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE TENDERS FOR BOOTH PRIVILEGES TENDERS .will be recerred "by the undersigned up to July 27 at noon for FOR, Piano, excellent tone, easy terms. Seen any time after sis by appointinent- the privilege of operating a refresh- Wood Street, ment counter in the booths under the Westley, 419 184-Ox work. Mr. Cook nas 4SO grand stand -and for the privilege of is about as good as any ithat he has inarvested in past years. there will be a total failure LIGHT AS A FEATHER yet chock full of nourishment is the bread you get from this bakery. It doesn't dry up quickly, either. One jOn some on account of the reason is that it seldom gets the I 'drought, it would seem that in almost every instance where the land has 'been summer fallowed and pro- perly worked the grain has had the chance this season, 'and invar- chance. OUR BREAD IS SO GOOD that it is always eaten up before it selling refreshments 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 fine fall wheat which.' it is expected will turn out above the average. Mr. Jaurniek has .commenc- ed on a 160 acre patch of splendid fall wheat that does one's eyes good to see in contrast to -the thousands of acres of barren land to be seen this year. Among some of the