Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 27, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE DAILY HERALD, TUESDAY, JULY 27, 1100. AnotKer Sunshine Feature OUR LETTER BOX. The Gas Ring This is an entirely new idea, and will interest people who reside in natural gas The gas ring the place of the lower Sunshine fire-pot, thus making- it possible to burn gas in your furnace without inconvenience. Such a not possible in a furnace where the ordinary log is inserted; for, should the gas give out, a coal or wood could not be started until the gas pipes were disconnected. _ To provide against sweating1 in the summer time, Sunshine Furnace is equipped with a nickelled steel radiator and uutne. All bolts and rivets are nickelled, all rods copper-plated. This special treatment, be- sides meaning- quicker and greater radiation from the radiator and dome than cold chill iron could possibly give, acts as protection for the bolts, rivets and rods from inroads of gas. When cast iron comes in contact with our nickelled steel it is coated with our special Anti-Rust treatment, which prevents the slightest possibility of rust commencing anywhere in Sunshine Furnace, The HICK HARDWARE CO. LOCAL AGENTS WASTE OF CITY WATER Li-tii bridge July 20. Di-.nr present state of the supplied for domestic pur- poses? is a cause for vigorous coin- j ment against the city, ami so long as j the present dry weather continues, j we iikfly to have served out to us, us water, a liquid which is neither or perhaps both, food and drink, which is likely to prove a great nn n- aee to t as far as L-th-l bridce is Concerned, unless the city j fathers bestiIT themselves towards i the supply to the s.iving of expense to tlie city. that this, like other matters. J. ACTON Real Estate and Investments Stocks Bonds Money to Loan Room 3, MCDONALD BLK, I f.-i'l that this, like other matters, I mvds sonif discussion u> enable feu" imo dis- uuk-niR-n to the views of the pub-j Iricts> whore 'vvenue could be lie. as to enable them to AC: wise- derived. Further than that to places ....I t ii... rtf oit where the maias Could not be laid !ly and to the best interest? of all con- the riiaias Could nut be laid is tin- b.-st i would not be a bad idea ;o adopt tho same scheme as most other west- For FLOORS TABLES CHAIRS OIL CLOTHS AND AU. INTERIOR JUST USE CAMPBELL'S Original The boJ Biuili for iS of wood It blip sc: ice BTZ) grain. By trmc the md color c5cctj be ebaiatd oa oU pacteci. doca'awS flowj dria hard sad bid, r Cinptells and G eeriu'd, and as your paper medium for this purpose, 1 trust you i will giv- the necessary publieity towns, in placing frost pr< of taps any sound views on this subject. and there, that other household- ers could get water wln-n wanted, without the necessity of waiting the pleasure of man on the water Lawns are sprinkled with rotary sprinklers and hose for an average of! ubuut per season of six months, i 11 i i i r 01 would be of special con- These are allowed to be used fur 24 i l j i vemenc'.1 this hot weather wlu-n tepid dav. and must use nve or truly, ECONOMIST. nours per i w.iter is parucularrlv distasteful, six tnnei as much water as is useii Tor i purposes for which a pay- j ment of or more'is demanded. j A great quantity is lavishly wasted i in the. sprinkling of the various weed j beds which border the streets an i BAN ON SLOT MACHINES Vancouver, B. C., July civ- -.-qual quantity is used in '-c Police department last evening the plank sidewalks and the edge of j served notice on all licensed premises A BLACK CAMEL TO BE SEEN HERE Cole Brothers' World Toured shows j which will be here Friday, August 6th, has in its large menagerie a black camel and the only one ever placed on exhibition. Students of natural history who have studied this rare j specimen of the camel family are at la loss to trace its antecedents. Some of the natural historians who have made this branch of the animal world a particular study regard the black hybred as the connecting link be- tween thp came! and the llama fam- ily. In this connection Prof. F. B. Looniis in his address before the Am- herst College Alumni on the subject of -Hunting Camels in Western Am- became authority for histor- ical facts or theories that have since caused students to sit up and take notice. He has upset a great many beliefs regarding the camel and the better part of his address is the fact that all his assertions were substan- tiated. Prof. Loomie explained the camel, hump and all, originated o this continent, some three ini.llio years ago and that the popular ide of the animal as of Asiatic origin i false. Prof. Loomis said that with daily Herald Market dace have to Bdl or to rest place It if tbii colnmi. if wait aaytblof me [kit coJima. 25c oae iawrtioa for II PROPERTY FOR SALE FOE SALE OB KENT-7 roomed house, stable, hay shed, large chicken house on River bottom near new bridge. Best place in tovrn for keep- ing cows and chickens. Price easy terms. Price cash. per month rent. H. Proctor, near the A. R. I. Shops. 184-0 SITUATIONS VACANT FOR Ecmington type- writer with tabulator, at a bargain. Apply Citizens Lumber yard. 187-0 for Laundry work. Apply Lethbridge Laundry Co. 184-0 WANTED.-A first-class clothing and gents' furnishing J. Hill and Co. night clerk, Hotel. Balmoral 185-0 FOE and other out- buildings on Wesley Church parson- age property. Purchaser must re- move same within ten days after ac- ceptance of tender. Tenders must be in by 6 p.m., Saturday, July 31. For further particulars apply G W Whelen at Lethbridge Woollen Mills] or 0. D. Austin, Herald office. 90-G CORNET SOLOIST-Celloist, and first class tenor, wants position as bandmaster or otherwise, band or orchestra; Apply to'P. M. C., Thes- salon, Ontario. 186-6 ihe road. in tiie city that after this morning It seems to me thai it might beithe K'cent of the license com- nnssioners regarding the operating of slot machines or the throwing of In Stock and for Sale by STAFFORD AGNEW CO. If out of town us FOUR MORE DREADNOUGHTS London, July The hi? camp has again won the .lay an 3 addiizonal e to CARD OF THANKS be added to the current year's ship building program. Reginald ifcKea- na, first Lord of the Admiralty of- ficially confirmed this in the House of Commons this afternoon. MISS H. A. DEMPSEV A.T.C.M.- BacheJor of Music (Trin Univ.) Teacher of piano, organ and theory, principal of the piano dept., Leth- bridge Conservatory of Music. Pu- pils prepared for all examinations. For terms address Lethbridge Con- servatory of Music, or residence, cor Arbyle Ave., and Bartlett St. Lethbrkigc, July 22, 1909. Mr. and Mrs. Max Donaldson to express their thanks publicly for the great kiuuiu-ss and sympathy j well for the city to make some regu- j lations whereby the water for lawns should be used only between the hours of six and ten p.m., as no good results can be obtained by watering during the heat of the day. when evaporation is at its height. The bou- levards which are growing grass and clover might be given attention and those that grow weeds or nothing might well be left alone so far as sprinkling goes. Some of the water saved by this means might profitably be used in allaying the dust- on the streets and i keeping it from spreading onto every- thing of beauty in the city. With such regulations, I feel sure the pumps wonld not need to be kept going for twenty-four honrs per day. The water would be fit to drink and the city would save money thereby. And further I feel sure equally good results would be obtained by the dico would be strictly enforced. shown during the illness of their lit- lawn owners of the city. daughter who was injured by a kick from a horse on July 5th. They wish to tender special thanks to the matron and nurses of Gait hospital for their untiring efforts, which added to the skillful operation performed by Drs. Deane and Gal- braith, brought about a marvelous ure. (Signed.) MAX DONALDSON. There is one other matter which may be worthy of consideration which is that the people in. the Duff Adddi- tion and other parts of the city are anxious to have, water connections put in but the city cannot give it to them. I question if it would riot be better to have left out all the hose connec- tions for the grass plots and utilized the 'fire hydrants, and to have run We pay 20 pep cent, to Investors In the following HARDWARE whch -has been reduced 20 per cent, purchased ON OR BEFORE AUGUST 7th. Painters and Decorators Have You Seen Our Nevr Archltecraral Stain If not, Do so At once It is being Used in all The best houses In the city Hayr Bros. Phone 75 P, 0. Box 27 Everything on the Square We would never sell Screen Doors at such a sacrifice, if it were not necessary. Such prices as below brings them to cost. Doors that sold at It would even pay you to buy now for next spring. Don't Miss It and pet some second grade of Paris Green. We handle a green that is absolutely guaranteed by the manufac- turers. You therefore take no chance in using our green. Per Ib. while it lasts .25c Deluge Sprayers for apply- ing green ..............65c Watch Out or someone will step in and get a genuine bargain while you are snoozing as usual. People are beginning to learn that when we say we hSve a thing we speak the truth. Here's Were Were- Were Don't be a and see for yourself. Ice Cream Freezers up. P.O. BOX 278 C. W. GRAY PHONE 66 ALL MAIL ORDERS ARE SHIPPED SAME DAY AS RECEIVED Coal Ben LUMP on the market DELIVERED of i3.00 at mine Good clean Nut Coa] at per ton. All coal sold Address postcaid to NEW BARNES MINE Royal View F WADDINGTON Phone 261 City Agent Prompt delivery-guaranteed the beginning of the glacial period which covered parts of this continen with ice, a few of the camels crossed ,nto Asia. Others worked toward the south, passing the Isthmus of Panama ind founded the llama family. Those reaching Asia-developed into the pres- ent ship of the desert. In the men- agerie with the Cole Brothers5 Show this rare black camel stands between the herd of ordinary camels and the herd of llanias and his relation to both is strikingly brought out. Unlike the other camels he refuses to be- come thoroughly domesticated. His hair is longer than that of the camel and not as much It is straight and of a finer texture, more like that of the llama. In form lie has all the points of the camel but his limbs are smaller his ears long- and more pointed. BOY deliver the Daily Herald in Eiverview. 137-0 cook and house- keeper for about 8 men. Chinaman to help. Must be first class cook and an economical manager. State experience, references and wages re- quired. Address Box J. Hehald. 187-6 will be re- ceived by. the undersigned in writ- ing from young ladies desirous of acting as pupil assistants to the Kin- dergarten Director Lethbridge schools. No salary attached, must be able to use piano. G. B. Bowman, Secre- tary- 188-0 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS per Ib. paid for good clean cotton rags at the Western Sta- tionery Co. i79_Q 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, del. wilF receive prompt -attention. Sf-0 WANTED TO in- side city property for improved resi- dential, or a paying farm proposition. For full particulars apply to. T. E. Patteson, Oliver Block, Lethbridge 186-6 LOST saddle, of town and north side of C. P-. Railway. Reward if returned to Cazier Bros. Camp east of town. good blacksmith for plow work. See Howard Spener, steam plow contractors at Chin. 90-6 waitresses at Coal- lale Restaurant. 191-6 186-6 black reached main work horse. Suitable reward will be given if returned to Cagier Bros. Camp east side of city. dining room girl at Chow Sam's Restaurant. 191-6 CAN'T GET THE MEN London, July Bishop of Calgary states that he has been un-. able to obtain help he required for his diocese, namely thirty to forty and means for their partial -support for first couple of years and makes another appeal. good general servant. No objections to elderly woman. Ap- )ly Mrs. W. L. Curry, Cutbill St., first house from Baroness Road. 91-6 POSITION bookkeeper and stenographer by a young man hav two years' experience in general office work. Apply Box J.2.K., Her- ald office. 191-1 delivery wagon, a brown striped coat, office. Kindly leave at Herald 187-0 SITUATIONS WANTED WORK WANTED-Either sewing or general housework by married lady Apply Box K., Her- Daily Herald's Patterns who needs work, aid. 183-0 City of Lethbridge Sun- day night, one team work horses, one iron grey gelding, weight 1350 brand- ed HR on left shoulder also two an- chors on left hip; one light bay geld- ing with white face, weight 1190 branded PP on right shoulder. 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- delivery to George Hole, Eedpath St. W. 180-0 as housekeeper, in hotel or for widower or bachelor by widow age 29 years. Apply Box 150, Herald Office. 189-6 TO RENT. OK shop in Driving -town-of Winnifred, where ts have been for sale; the last two eeks. Will 'oe vacated 18th of July. Person wh0 rents to supply tools. 1st come, 1st choice. P. J. De Marce, Winnifred, Alta 166-26 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 reward given for information leading to their recovery. Notify A. A. Johnston, Lethbridge, Alta., or L. E. Townsend, Stirling, Alta. 184-0 JAMES RICHARDS Machine Shop, etc. Box 432 Near Steam Laundry PHONE 409 Automobiles, Gasoline Engines, Steam Ploughs and Threshing General Repairs Work of every description Satisfaction guaranteed i CHILD'S DRESS PARIS PATTERN NO. 2971 All Seams Allowed. A dainty little dress for afternoon and evening wear is here portrayed, developed in -wide French embroidery flouncing. The full body portion is gathered and joined to the yoke bands of embroidery insertion, matching th flouncing, the bands on the sho puffed sleeves being of similar inse tion finished .with a narrow edging lace. The square yoke is of tucke muslin, the collar being finished wit a .lace edging. If desired, the dres may be made of any of the summe materials. The pattern is in four size to 5 years. For a child of thre years the dress 3.3 in front view, re quires 2 yards of flouncing 22X inches wide, with yard of Swiss 36 inel wide for sleeves and 3-8 yard of tuck ing 18 inches wide, 1% yards of in ijrtion and X yard of edging; or as in back view, it needs 3 yardsd 24 inches wide 1 7-8 yards 36 inches wid or 1 3-4 yards 42 inches wide. Price of pattern, 10 cents. HOUSEKEEPING In new block on Round St., complete- ly furnished for housekeping, and in- cluding- piano, if desired, for rent for one, two or three months after August 1. Apply by letter -i0 J. B. K., post- Grauum, Alta., June 3rd. Two bay geldings each three years old, no brands, weight about both shod, had halters on. One light bay, star in forehead, little white on nose and white hind food. One dark bay, one white hind foot. Suitable reward. Notify post- master, Granuin, Alta. 154-0 office box 4431: 177-0 TO- unfurnished front rooms to rent. Also 5-roomed- cottage, close in. Apply 25 Argyle Ave. Phone 124. 184-0 nerd north of stock yards, one black mare with colt, about 900 Ibs. Branded revers- ed FY on left shoulder. Also one roan horse, brand indistinct on right shoul- der. Foretop cut off. Apply WEI. An- drews, herder. 190-4 FOUND minutes walk from post office, per week, also for sale, oak cupboard with glass doors and nearly- new carpet 15x12 it. Apply Box H.P., Herald office. 187-6 DOUBLE furnished double room in Shepard block. May be used for light housekeping. per month (in Room to be taken care'of'by parties renting. Bath with hot and cold water on same .floor. Apply J. B. Shepard Block. 187-0 NOTICE NOTICE is hereby given that every owner or occupant of land in the city of Lethbridge shall destroy all nox- ious weeds thereon within 10 days of this notice. Anyone neglecting to do so will be prosecuted and liable to a fine not exceeding and costs. JOS. GILLESPIE, Chief of Police. ESTABLISHED 1854 Merchants Bank of Canada HEAD OFFICE, MONTREAL Paid-up Reserve and Undivided Accounts of Merctats, Farmers iri Ranclim Drafts Money Grderi Letten of Owdit Savings Bank Department Brtftch CotMtle Mock; St. rent in fully modern house. Apply first house west of Baseball Grounds, Brunton 'St. 89-6 FOR fully modern eight roomed house at the right price and easy terms. Apply to owner first house west of baseball grounds, Brun- ton St. 189.Q BOARD AND ROOM BOARD AND a fully mod- ern, house, bath, telephone, etc., good comfortable rooms. Apply 425 Bart- lett St. 188-6 ball game on Tuesday night, a brown leather purse. Own- er can have same by calling at Her- ald and paying for Ad. 183-0 silver watch. Owner can have same by calling at Herald office. 189-0 NOTICE Having decided to. devote my whole time to the auctioneering and real estate branch of my business, I offer for sale my business of a new and sec- ond hand furniture dealer, conduct- ed by me at 410 Round St., City. Good profits can be shown and a valuable lease transferable to my euccessor is included in' purchase )rice. For fuller particulars, apply to Frank G. Waddington, 410 Round St. Telephone 61. 189-3 TENDERS WANTED TENDERS will be received up to July 31st by the undersigned for the rewiring of the Lethbridge Hotel for light and power, also for plumbing and heating. 190-3 WM. HENDERSON. NOTICE TO TRAVELLING PUBLIC If you want to get to the opera house on time telephone 148. Our up to date hacks will get vou there on time. 186-28 MttCCLLANEOUS FOR SALE. SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH WEST LAND REGULATIONS "x new first class fold- ng bed in hard oak finish. Large slate glass mirror attached to it. Box 00, Herald Office. 189-6 ?OR wheat seed ale. JTas. Nelson, Barons, or W. R. Dobbin, Lethbridge. 190-0 LOANS rARM Life nsurance Company are prepared to rant loans on farms on very rcason- ble terms. T. E. Patteson, Agent. FOR can sell.yc-ur iand at rices that can't be beat. We can ell you good land from up to 16.00 per acre, in any quantity from ne quarter up to as much as 150 sec- ons in one blocfc. Terms, one-tenth the purchase price in cash and the in nine equal annual instal- ments with interest at 6 per cent, on ie unpaid balance. The Empire and Co., upstairs in Ott Block, P.O. 601 Phone 3W: 101-0 Any person wno la the aole head ol a family, or any male over 18 old, may homestead a ol available Dominion land in Mani- toba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. The applicant must appear in person the Dominion Lands Agency or Sub- Agency for the district. Eotf bj proxy may be made at any agency ter of intending homesteader. residence upon and cultivation of the land in eacb of three years. A homesteader may live within nine miles of hie home stead on a farm of at least acrei solely owned and occupied by him oi by hia father, mother, son. brother or sister. In certain districts a homeateadei in good standing may pre-empt quarter-section alongside his horns- stead. Price 13.00 per acre. Duties, -Must reside six months In eaoft of six years from dave of homestead entry (including the time required to earn homestead patent) and enltivats fifty acres extra. A homesteader who hac exhausted bis homestead right and cannot ob- Urn a pre-emption may take a pot chased homestead in certain diitrlcts. Price per acre. DutCes.-Mast reside six months in each of thrss years, cultivate fifty acres and west a house worth fJOO.OU. W.W.COBY. Deputy Minister of the Inter publicatV n i.j thii advertiser ;nt win not bw lot.