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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 25, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta LeUibrldge Dally Herald, Monday, July 25, TO BE GIVEN AT 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: Entry No. l.t 2nd 3rd 396 To Professional 397 Home Made (Bakers can- not compete in this class) 10 5 2 398 Girls under 14 321 399 Best Loaf Brown Bread from our WHOLE WHEAT FLOUR 532 This Is The Brand! Now is die time to try it Ton may win the prize! Ask your dealer for this wiH 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 Hour. Usual pnces For further particulars see Lethbridge Prize List TOTJ HATE TRIED THE REST; NOW TRY THE BEST. That's- QUAKER BREAD T3ie Bread with.'the sweet, nutty flavor. Phone 794 GILMORE, THE BAKER Eussell Street. Ward. Ask your grocer The Good Co., T. Easton, Tuff, and Ritchie Meredith Mrs. Geo. McDonald and her three f little ones narrowly escaped being i i burned to death in her home at Large, airy well furnished rooms in Brodie Block, (op- posite Alexandra Hotel) all modern conveniences. Terms moderate. Apply Alexandra Hotel Office. 172-O All accounts due to F. German must be paid "before July 30tli at Percy Crosby's Shoe Store late E. German's. WESTMINSTER ANNIVERSARY Two Splendid Sermons Preached By Rev. G. W. Kerby Of Calgary Central Let a Herald Want Ad. Work For You and You Will Find It the Best Little Servant You Ever Had In Employ financial standpoint will long be re- by those who had the op- portunity of hearing Rev. G. W. Ker- may be laughed at. But just as do -an extraordinary act for Him, He will bless it iu an extraordinary way. And the last thought preheated was that the impulsive character of this woman's act. Most people of our day are too calculating. Many a heaven-born impulse has been kill- j ed because of conventionalities. If j you have ever studied the. pages of Yesterday will go down ia the an- history you will have found that the nals of Westminster church history leaders of this world's thought and as bfeing a red-letter day in the life actions have been men of impulse, of this young and prosperous church, who have acted upon that impulse It was the occasion of the second an- for Christ and the state. niversary service in connection there-; TR'B SERVICE and from a spiritual as well as Rev Q w Kerby preached again evening and found his text in. chapter of St. John, the versej "j anl the Way, the by, pastor of Central Methodist Truth, and the Light." It was a sex- church', Calgary, and also by those mon more particularly for the young who contributed towards the fund people, and the words of the speaker, had for its object the wiping oft, backed Dy nis eloquence and eamest- bf part of the debt upon the church. nesS) iive long on the minds Westminster Church Board of Trus- hearts of the hearers. -tees asked the congregation for con-( Quoting from Wbittier the speaker tributions that would amount to weht on to state that the So gracious was the spirit people of to-day are searching the evinced and so hearty was the re-'wofid for new truths, yet all the sponse of the people that was sage jjas ever said, all the words of willingly subscribed in amounts that wisdom yet spoken, have had ran from 15 to Altogether origin in the one great Book which it was a day 'of great blessing and our mofhen; read. bespeaks well for pastor and his Having -fceard ot the truth we haje people- three duties towards that truth to a day of musical contribu- consider. The1 first is to seek it. It tions as well. A large choir was js Better to spend our time and assisted by a -duet, sweetly sung by strength ia finding out what is true the Misses Ruby and Susie Simm, than in trying to unearth what is wMle in the eveaang solos were ap- not. No man as an honest seeker af- preciably rendered by Mrs. W. P.tJ. ter anything ever wholly missed the Alexander and Miss ..Cissie Simm. In- object his search. The vulture on strumental music -was provided- by the barren, waste, and the humming Miss Myrtle Killam, Miss Alice Cas- bird in honeysuckle get exactly tie and Mr. J. Gaskill. jwhat they individually seek after. The morning's lesson, read by Rev. G-od's precious promise, "Ask and ye Kerby, was taken from First 'shall is accorded alike to every Corinthians, the 13th Chapter. The. one, to man or beast- delivered 'by the same Di- The second great duty towards the vine, .was of an uplifting nature; truth is" to .believe it. It is. impbs- was upon the story of sible to build up a strong character the woman with her ..alabaster box on a negative belief. Some so-called of spikenard, as depicted in St. clever young people of to-day in per- Mark, Ch. jusal of the Bible think they must Portraying tMs incident as being- everything before they can be- one of the most, touching of all something. Yet these same erature or history, '.'the speaker, people will study- ancient Ms- Ms own inimitable manner, went on. Shakespeare with an avidity to describe how "and why Christ yal- though they plainly see ued the act of this woman in an- therein certain discrepancies and an- nointing His head, that he decreed "it achronisms. There is nothing more be read; and told as a mem- necessary for the young man or young, orial of her forever. woman upon -the threshhold of life, 25 cents per insertion when not exceeding 35 words 6 insertions Please Pay in Advance SITUATIONS WANTED SITUATIONS VACANT TO RENT OFFICES TO large offi- ces, corner Dufferin Sts i Bryan Block. Also Remington- typewriter, splendid roll-top desk and counter for .sale." Apply Room. J6, Bryan block or P 0 Box 1989. isi-ft cleaning, janitor- experienced clothing ing work. Odd undertaken, and furnishing salesmen wanted at Handv man. A. K.. Box 2040 P. O. once. Apply Cornell Travis. 1S6-G 187-0 PROPERTY FOR I HO USE FOR and a house, hall, cellar, water, sink, drain, wired for light, double lot, Torrance avenue, North Ward. Small cash payment, bah per mo., int. 8 Apply 112 Torrance Ave., or P. 0. Box 1997. 143-ox WANTED man want- ed who has a knowledge of general dry goods and gents' furnishing de- partments. Apply 9 to 10 o'clock A. Macdonald. Co., Round Street.- 183-0 MONEY TO LOAN MONET TO and insur- ance on farm and city property -Ap- ply the Southern Alberta Loan and Investment Co.. 41fi Duffertn itreet Bryan WocK LAND FOR SALE FOR just purchased the noted "Louis Borgat's Fruit 360 acres, adioinlng ATTOW Park, B.C., -will sell 200 acres, partly improved, in small blocks. Prices nearly naif what Fruit Land compan- ies sell for. Apply Bros., ranchers, Arrow Park, B, C: 187-3 FOR are headquarters for Canadian farming lands. If you -want [to .buy or of from 500 to acres, write once. We j have unequalled, selling facilities, both in the States and foreign. Write .us !-what you want .to or selL Address. International Securities Co., 649 Som- erset Bldg., Winnipeg, Man. 1S2-0 once, lady for general sewing. Apply Harvard Tailoring C5: 330 Crabb street, opposite Herald of- fice. 184-6 married couple position as manager and manag- eress or man woold take any place of trust. Apply A. Hollande, general de- livery, Magrath. 184-6 class track layer, one who understands laying jump switches. Good wages to right party. Apply Rock prings Bootless Coal Co., Coal City, Alta. 185-6 house maid. Redpath St. Apply 812 185-0 good men to canvass. Good money. Apply T. S. Keatley, 1258 Courtland St. 188-6 with, second class certificate. Call at Lethbridge Brew- ing 18S-6 BUSINESS CHANCES. AGENTS handle stock of the .best anct most conservative in- vestment in shipping, paying mine. best references. For full particulars address 76 Hutchlnson Bldg Vancouver, B. C. 184-6 good general servant. Apply Mrs- W. M. Lambert, 1223 Duf- ferin street. 189-0 painters and 2 paper hangers wanted at once. Paper hang- ;b'e_.-Bible to paint. Good wag- es; and; long job to right men. Apply. J. :L. Elmes, Imperial Hotel, Frank, Alberta. 189-6 competent housemaid. Apply 1121 Dufferin St 1S9-0 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE FOR Piano, excellent tone, easy terms. Seen any time after six by appointment C. Westley, 419 The first lesson to he learned is T'QaVe or she get iold of the that those who profess to love Positive note, of truth and know Ihristare under daily obligation to vliere ttejr stand the' Sreat manifest that love. If a man is a questi011 Christianity, true follower of the master, his bak- Our, third and last great duty to his butcher, his employees, his the truth is to IiTe n- To-do so wife and. his family, all shall know we must feel the of convic- tion. Conviction is the mother of en- thusiasm, and the 'grandmother LAST GREAT. METROPOLIS OF NORTH AMERICA FORT GEORGE, now starting on main line ot Grand Trunk Pacific Ryl, and on lines of six other raHroads pro- jected and building. FORT GEORGE is geographic and (.strategic commercial -centre of British Columbia and metropolis of an Inland Empire .larger than the states of Iowa and Minnesota. FORT. GEORGE is at junction of one thousand miles of navigable, wa- i terways. Millions of acres "of farm- ing lands, besides unlimited timber, i mineral and coal resources, are trib- i utary. j One hundred -million dollars will be I spent in nest three years in railroad founding alone. By ithe summer of 1911 i twenty-five thousand -men with pay- iron of one hundred thousand dollars j per day, will 'be employed in the vicin- j ity'sf Fort George. We are joint owners and sole agents for Fort 'George Townsite. The gov- j eminent insures and guarantees title jter house'and ice" in connection. Also i to lots and owns one-quarter of them. delivery rig and harness stabling for 'Write us quick.for maps, plans and j horse if desired. Good (location. Apply middle aged woman to help with house work on a farm close in; must be able to cook; .no children. Apply Box 377, Lethbridge Postoffice. 188-6 TO furnished bed room suitable for two; half block south of Central school, 623 Coutts St. WAREHOUSE" FOR Western Canada Agency property, back of Dallas Hotel, spur track. -W R. Dobbin, 310 Glyn St. 172-O FOR room for rent. W R. Dobbin, 310 Glyn St. 172-O TO rooms, large, double to rent. Majestic theatre. Ap- ply H. Cleveland, on 97-0 TO opposite Herald office on Crabb St., formerly occupied by Empire Cafe. Apply McClure Stewart Agency. 146-O TO room for gen- tlemen, modern house, telephone, etc Apply 425 Bartlett. 165-6 TO house, .partly furnished, itght and water, J20 per month. Apply A, Frayne; Racnael North Ward. 182-0 TO room with board if desired. Apply 1202 Ford St. 182-0 FOR furnished room in modern house, telephone and bath 1222 Redpath street. 182-Ox TO rooms in mod- ern house. Apply 717 Crabb Street, 4 blocks -south of Bank of Montreal. 184-ff FOR room, suitable for 2 or 3 young men, strictly modern, with or without board. Apply 308 Bruntpn 'St. 185-6 FOR furnished rooms, suit- able for 2- or 3 young men, with if desired. St Apply 210 Coutts 186-5 TO furnished room, bath, light and telephone Apply 2nd door south Majestic Theatre, 522 Crabb street. i8S-l TO Shop for reHi. Fiully equipped -With'fixtures, good loca- tion, house in connection. Apply Box 107, Stavely. isg-S Wood, Street. 184-Ox FOR outfit, com- plete, in new town, good chance for young man to get started in news- paper business, only small amount of money necessary. Write of wire to M. B. Kootgaard, Dunkirk, Montana. '188-6 FOR SALE OR shop in Lethbridge. Fully eojiipped. Slaugh- cottage at 632 Bartlett street by-Aug. 1, per mouth; also barn on premises. Apply 412 Burdett street. 188-5 TO rooms with or without board; all modern conven- iences, newly decorated; all the com- forts of a home. 23 Argyle Avenue. 189-6" TO rooms also a good shack close Apply 210 Wall- work St. 1S9.j A second thought on the act of the woman is in in regard to the spirit that prompted her action. The question is not so much what you do for Christ or where you perform, his the to or the for achievement. A man of will achieve We Lead, Others Follow One visit to our yard will convince you. Complete stock in LUMBER, SHINGLES, LATH, LIME, PLASTEK, CEMENT AND BRICK A nice lot of Screen Doors, Maple, Oak and Beech Flooring. once and vou will call again. '00 Yard Office Phone 362. Baroness Road. Gen'l Office Phone 334. MUSKRAT AND COYOTE SKINS WANTED In unlimited quantities; also hides of all kinds. All bides should show brands. Make your shipments promptly. J. Yoimg 405 Smith St. work, as why you do it. It is notive that gives moral tone one's acts. Whatever we the church state it should be -done with thought that its performance is Christ's sake. If you forget self for Christ you will never be for- gotten by Him in this world or in that to come. Still another noticeable feature is the timeliness of the woman's act. Had she put it off for a few days her chances would have disappeared} and she would have come to realize this as she viewed Christ's remains upoa the cross. re have, most o! us, missed many an opportumtv for Christ "and the success only as he realizes Ms god- given convictions. Gather the bTbst thoughts of great men, out iirike them yours -touched with your own individuality. Hold on to your in- dividualities with a mighty" strength of purpose, lest ye fall by the way- side. Lastly, hold on .to everything that is good, let all else go, above all be faithful to the daily tasks of life in its every phase, ever remembering that God has no higher favor to accord than that which He will surelv give to his faithful .full information about fortune-mak- ing opportunities at -Fort George, also about our upper Fraser Valley farms. Natural Resources Security Co., Ltd. Winch Bldg-, Vancouver; B. C. Local Sales P. 0. Box 296.. Lethbridge. yVALKS FROM PULLMAN IN Trinidad. Colo.., July R, T. Wiley, of Mineral Wells, Tex., walked off a Pullman car while asleep on the Colorado and .Southern railroad, and was killed." His ibody was found church. We ought to be up and do-I to-day. ing in the Master's service. Better ___________ far to say kind words and perform NQ WOMAN "COPS" helpful deeds to our friends now, than to place flowers upon their coffin or mourn over their graves after the opportunity has slipped away. And still another outstanding fea- ture of that woman's act is its original and extraordinary character. In our day too many people are afraid to do anything extraordinary for Christ and his kingdom, lest they BALTIMORE. Baltimore, Md., July will !be no women auxiliary cops in Bal- timore. Attorney General Straus gave an opinion to Miss Edna Bever- idge, chairman of the auxiliary com- mittee of the woman suffrage club, that there was no warrant in .the con- stitution of Mary-land, or the statutes for. their appointment. STOT TYPEWRITERS 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. When in Vancouver it will be to your advantage to stay at the HOTEL STRATHCONA Tne best middle priced hotel in the city P BURTON and J. E. JACKSON Props. son, -Norman street; Realty Co. 185-6 Illinois-Alberta 1S7-6 FOR. of general purpose horses, weight of team about IDS. Aged 7 and S years. Mare and gelding.-j Apply W. A. Moore, cor. Bompas and j Westminster or c-o Herald office. 85-6 j on Coutts St_ Central School, eight rooms and bath. Apply No. 2 Bryan Blk. 1S9-S TO. room in .fully modera. house with telephone.- Apnlv 431 Bartlett St 189-6" TENDERS TENDERS will be received by the undersigned up to'noon of the 10th of August, 1910. for the erection and com- pletion of a Separate School Building in the town of Pipcher Creek, Alta., in accordance with the plans cations to be seen at the office of Woods and Steel, Engineers, 'Pincher Creek, Alberta. The lowest or any tender not ne- cessarily accepted. T. LEBEL, j Pincher Creek, 188-2 FOR business, ,in. til about 1st October. Alberta, for sale, containing every con- Courtland St. venience to 'run successful business, no TO house to Tent un- Apply SOS 189-6 competition, office. Address Box 30, Herald 1S5-6 FOR" SALE-r-One good young milk cow. Apply 627 Bailey St., North Leth- bridge. MISCELLANEOUS WANTS of Grand Forks will purchase team of young horses, suit- i able for a fire team, weight about 1.300 Ibs. Address communications FOR SALE.OR I price to J. 22 -h.p.. 4 passenger, practically new. The Alberta Securities (Limited) 1S6-6 McAllum, City Clerk, Grand Forks., B. C. 189-6: NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Tenders, -separate and in bulk, will be received by the undersigned at Ms office in Oaranangay, up to 5 o'clock p.m. on July 30th, 1910, for the erection, of a two storey brick and stone school house in Carmangay. A certified cheque for 5 per cent, will rtquired with, each tender, which will ,be forfeited in case of failure to comply with terms of tender. Cheques returned to unsuccessful bidders. The trustees reserve the right to reject any "or -all tenders. Plans and specifications and can 'be had by applying to the secretary- treasurer of the school iboard, at Car- mangay, or Alexander Campbell, ar- chitect, at High. River. J. W. MILLER. Secy.-Treas. Carmangay School Dis- trict No. 2087. Dated at Carmangay this 22nd day of Jxuy, A. D. 1910. J. L. Johnston is erecting a hand- some residence on lots 4, 5, and 6, block G, at the corner of Cavanagh and Dufferin streets. The building is to cost and J. Odmart s the contractor. FRUIT Many are buying fruit from us. Are yo'i? Quality is A 1 and prices' are the lowest. Pure Ice Cream Home Made Confectionery COTARAS BROS. Oddfellows Block, 333 Round Street. FOR hay In, carload lots. Apply for prices to Newman Jack- son, Box 86, Okotoks. Alta.. Phone 25. 189-24 FOR head of cattle. Apply to M. Vaselenak, township 8, range 22. Section. 14, southeast quarter. 189-6 COST AND FOUND cup off one of wheels of fire wagon. Finder return to Fire Hall No. 1. 164-O Ernest and Bartlett street, gold watch, Ini- tials on back. Finder please return to Herald office and get reward. S6-6 gelding, no (brand, white stripe on face, weight about Last seen near Wilson Siding. reward for return to W. D. Whitney's 187', large Angora cat Owner can .have same fey applying at Her- ald for address and paying lor this ad. 189-0 silver 'bird brooch, set in brilliants. Finder please return to Herald office and receive reward.189-1 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 afternoon evening per- formances on the EshWtion Grounds during the coming Fair. For farther particulars enquire of J. W. McNICOL, Secy. Agr. Association. 184-6 and other mater- ial for building a G-roomed cottage m Lethbridge; will exchange four acre- lot suitable for lumber yard or other such purpose in thriving mining and ranching town of Lundbreck on Crow's. Nest. Apply Box 2077 or phone 659. 189-6 for gentlemen, centrally located. State terms to Box 42, Herald office. and Gents' cast-off clothing, shoes, nigs, watches, jewelryr musical instru- ments, bicycles, guns, buggies. Demo- crat wagons, horses and stoves. Reply- to the Harvard Tailoring. Co., 320 Crabb street, Herald office. 4 184-26 once by young couple, furnished house for three or four months or longer. Apply P Q Box 2016 hand bicycle, let me.-know what you have, a'lso'TOll top desk. C. J. Browne. 246 Westmin- ster Rd. isg-6 ibuy poultry. Highest price paid for ducks, chickens and turkeys. Fat's Quick Lunch. 186-G gentleman in business wants a-room with breakfast in pri- vate family. Apply C. E. P. P. 0. Box 175. 1S9-2 ROBERT SAGE The Picture Framer Receives Every Day at the RED CROSS DRUG BOOK STORE AUTO WANTED IN Will take auto on B. C. Land, 320 acres fruit land on St. Mary's Prairie, per acre. Will take good auto- as first payment, easy terms on bal- ance. Address M. B., c-o Lethbridge- Daily Herald. 189-6' TENDERS Tenders are invited for labor and materials on a residence, Dufferin street, Lethbridge, for B. H. Way, >Jsq., drawings and specifications. ibe seen at the offices of architect, where tenders are to be delivered by 6 p.m. Friday, 29th inst H. M. W. A. WHIDDINGTON, Architects. 189-2 211 Sherlock Building., ;