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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 27, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Dally Herald. Wednesday, July I L n In Lash 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. 1st 2nd 3rd To ProfeMional Bakers Home Made (Bakers can- not compete in this class) 10 5 2 Girls under 14 321 Best Loaf Brown Bread from our WHOLE WHEAT FLOUR 532 396 397 398 399 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 BELLEVILLE OLD BOYS HAVING A BIG TIME. Belleville, July Belleville, Old Boys' reunion so far has freen an J unqualified success. Visitors Ey the j thousands are here from all points of the compass. To-night an official re- ception was held in the Fifteenth Regiment armories, -when the visitors were received by the Mayor and Sir -Mackenzie Bowell and other promin- ent The procession this af- ternoon was 'the .best thing of the kind ever seen here. Five bands were in it an I Toats shown -were hand- som. Let a Herald Want Ad. Work For You and You Will Find It the Best Little Servant You Ever Had In Employ NEWS FROM MEDICINE HAT CHAMPION WILL HAVE A TOWN WELL AT ONCE. Champion, July meeting of the inhabitants of this township, held on Saturday, resulted in a decision to have a. town 'well io be situated in the heart of the -town. The cost will be met toy contributions of 110.00 from every townsman. -This prompt at- tention to the water question speaks ll for the .townspeople, and if all matters are dealt with in a ner, the town should quickly rise-to one of importance. The Board of Trade is being formed, houses are be- ing 'transported, and the whole village is a scene of hustle. The Holsum Kind Is a revelation to people wto kave been using tke dry tasteless kind. It is so sweet and clean and nas suck a a nufty flavor. Phone (94: and ask for a sample. AT LAST Here is something for nothing at the Crosby Shoe Store. A .44 calibre Winchester repeat- ing, rifle absolutely given away. With every cash sale of one dollar or upwards the num- ber on your receipt entitles you to a chanpe of a gift. The lucky ticket will be drawn at 10.30 p.m. Saturday. August and the name of the winner, -with the 'winning number will be published in this paper, Monday, August Sth. All shoes sold at the .usual low marked price. worth of gents' fine shoes just arrived at THE CROSBY SHOE STORE (Successor to F. German.) 114 Round St. Percy E Medicine Hat, Alta., July terday evening the new Presbyterian church building at'Redcliff was offi- cially opened. Rev. J. W. .Morrow, of St. John's church, here, assisted by Rev. A. McLaren officiated. Along with the church building a building has !been procured to foe used 'by 'the young men of the town as a club room where papers and magazines will (be kept later on indoor games of various description played. J. W. Moors met with, a very pain- ful accident last Friday. His horse shied at a passing train at the Main street crossing throwing him out. His collar ibone was 'broken by 'the fall He is able to Obe about again how ever; Two vags were this morning com matted 'for a month's imprisonment in the Lethoridge barracks before Mag istrate Kealy. They had 'beaten their F by slow stages from Vancou ver. 25 cents per insertion when not.exceeding 35 words 6 insertions LOO' Please Pay in Advance SITUATIONS WANTED cleaning, janitor- ing work. Odd jobs undertaken. Handy man. A. K, Box 2040 P. 0. 186-6 bookkeeper or saleswoman can undertake both, also mantle department or ladies' under- clothing or baby linen. Apply Box 7. Herald office. 190-6 LOST AND FOUND SITUATIONS VACANT experienced and furnishing salesmen wanted at once. Apply Cornell Travis. 187-0 J TO RENT TO airy room suitable lor 2 gentlemen, modern convenienc- es and close in. Apply 622 Outbill St. 191-os house maid. Apply 812 Redpath St. 185-0 with second class certificate. Call at Lethbridge Brew- ing Co.'s office. 188-6 Crosby PROPRIETOR NURSE DROWNED AT FORT WILLIAM. Fort William, July Elma Edwards, a .trained nurse, tried to change her seat while out in a canoe on Lake Chapleau -with E. A. Allen. He made a desperate effort to save iher, but she lost her hold on the up- turned boat and was drowned. A GOOD SAMPLc. OF WHEAT ON EXHIBITION. Ben James, whn farms south east of the city, has into the Board of Trade office a sieaf of fall wheat en irom a SO-acrc field. It has just cut and it is as fine a sample of grain one wish to see. It is particularly, woll filled out, and the field will averse 35 to 40 bushels to the acre, "he land OD .which it was grown, was irrigated last fall, but has not received P -d'op of artificial moist- ure this spring or summer. cup off one.of wheels of fire wagon. Finder return to Fire Hall No. 1. 164-O middle aged woman to jhelp with house work on a farm close 'in; must be able to cook; no Apply Box 377, Lethbridge 188-6 Ernest and Bartlett OFFICES TO RENT-TWO large oat ces, corner Round and Dufferin Sts 1 Bryan Block. Also Remington typewriter, splendid roll-top desk and counter for sale. Apply Room 6, Bryan block or P 0 Box 1989 181-0 TO furnished bed'room suitable for two; half block south of Central school, 623 Coutts St Ox WAREHOUSE FOR Western Canada Agencv property back of Dallas Hotel, spur "track WR Dobbin, 310 Glyn St 172-O street, gentleman's gold watch, Ini- tials on back. Finder please return to Herald office and get reward. 86-6 gelding, no white stripe on face, weight about Last seen near Wilson Siding. for return to W, D. Whitney's dark brown moolly milk cow five miles north of Lethbridge, brand- ed block with dot inside it, on left ribs, and also on neck. reward for infor- mation leading to the recovery. Apply Ed. McKenzie, Box 165, Lethbridge. 190-6 ___ -A good general servant. Apply Mrs. W. M. Lambert, 1223 Duf- ferin street 189-0 painters and 2 paper hangers wanted at once. Paper hang- ers must be able to paint Good wag- es and long job to right men. Apply J. L. Elmes, Imperial Hotel, Frank, Alberta. 139-6 good 1107 i Redpath St. servant. Apply 190-0 FOR room for rent. W R. Dobbin, 310 Glyn St 172.0 TO rooms, Jaxg. I? to MaiesUc tteatre. IV Mrs. H. Cleveland, on w Herald office on Crabb St., formerly occupied sLST? Cafe" Apply McClure Stewart Agency. 146-O TO RENT-Furnished room tor gen- tlemen, modern house, telephone etc Apply 425 Bartlett 165-0 general servant. Ap- TO roomed house ply to Mrs. McNicol, 1110 Bompas St., City. 190-6 mare, age 4, 3 white feets young g. white star on forehead and a white housework. Apply Mrs. young girl for light >laze on nose, brand seven reversed and two quarter circles on right side of hip. A, W. Bird, Warner P. 0. 91-6 BUSINESS CHANCES M. V. Galli Partly fed 182-0 van, corner Redpath and Bartlett. 190-0 WANTED AT woman to wash. Apply 1202 Ford St. 190-2 MARSHALL RAMSEY Produce Brokers Hay, Grain and Produce by car, lowest prices. Phone 676, P. O. Box 2060 No. 2 Begin Block, Lethbridge PKONE 485 THE STANDARD PLUMBING CO. Steam and Hot Water j Office and Workshop at 610 Burdett St 4 C. McCLURF S. KNAPMAN GILMORE, THE BAKER Eussell Street. ]STortli Ward. A strike of gold was made near Bit- "ter a few days ago. j The C. N. R. iwisn to have a union j station with .the G. T. R. at Regina, Sask. i TO RENT 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 30th at Percy Crosby's Shoe Store late P. German's. AUCTION SALE At 611 Glyn Street on THURSDAY, JULY 28tL at 2 orclock sharp FRANK WADDINGTON CO. Are instructed by Mr. MacDonald to sell by Public Auction as above the whole of the. useful HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE LAST GREAT METROPOLIS OF NORTH AMERICA FORT GEORGE, now starting oh main line of Grand Trunk Pacific Ry.f and on lines of sis other railroads pro- ected and 'building.- FORT GEORGE is, geographic and trateglc commercial centre of British Columbia and metropolis of an Inland Empire larger than, ithe states of Iowa and Minnesota. FORT GEORGE is at junction of ne thousand miles of navigable wa- erways. Millions of acres of farm- ing lands, besides unlimited timber, mineral and coal resources, are trib- utary. One hundred million dollars will be spent in aext three years in railroad ibuilding alone. By ithe summer of 1911 twenty-five thousand men with pay- roll of one hundred thousand dollars per day, will be employed in the vicin- ity of Fort George. We are joint owners and sole agents for Fort George Town-site. The gov- ernment insures and guarantees title ao lots and'owns one-quarter of them. Write us quick for maps, plans and 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 son, Norman street; Illinois-Alberta room girl at Coal- dale restaurant. -190-6 TO RENT-Furnished room with board if desired. Apply 1202 Ford St. 182-a FOR RENt-2 furnished rooms suit- able for 2 or 3 young men if desired. Apply 210 St. for the Rolling Hill S. D. No. 1794, holding first class certificate, duties to commence Sept. 1st. State experience and salary re- sec.-treas., box 191-6 quired. Thos. Scott, 275, Lethbridge. smart youth abqut 18 for a delivery rig. Apply T. H. Cox, 34 Argyle avenue, Lethbridge. 191-6 wardmaids at 186-6 TO Shop for rent Fully equipped with fixtures, good loca- tion, ice house in connection. Apply Box 107, Stavely. fg. TO rooms with or without board; all modern conven- iences, newly decorated; -all the com- forts of a home. 23 Argyle Avenue., 189-6 once. Co. 1S7-6 Miss McDermid, Gait Hospital. 131-3 wishes a general for small family. Apply Man- ager Hudson's Bay Co. i9 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE FOR Piano, excellent tone, easy terms. Seen any time after six by appointment C. Westley, 419 Wood .Street. 184-Ox FOR outfit, com- plete, in new good chance for young man. to.get started in news- TO rooms also good shack close in. Apply 219 Wall- work St. 1S9-S TO on Coutts St near Central School, eight rooms and bath. Appjy No. 2 Bryan Blk. 189-6 TO room in fullv modem -house with telephone Apohr 431 Bartlett St 139. TO house to rent un- til about 1st October. Apply SOS courtland St "139-6. FOR six roomed house on Crabb street. Apply L. S. Ripley Co. Macdonald block or Box 165. 190-6 paper business, only small amount of ____.________________ money 'necessary. Write or wire to.j JO cottage 1205 Lon- Apply at 191-6 M. B. Kootgaard, Dunkirk, Montana. 188-6 don Road. ?2.5 'per month Coaldale Korel. FOR SALE.OR iTO well furnished 22 h.p., 4 passenger, practically new The Alberta Securities (Limited) 1S6-G We Lead, Others Follow One visit to our yard will convince you. Complete stock in LUMBER, SHINGLES, LATH, LIME, PLASTER, CEMENT AND BRICK Anice lot of Screen Doors, Maple, Oak and Beech Moorin. Call once and you will call again. Yard Office Phone 362. Gen'l Office Phone 334. Including solid oak Sideboard, solid oak Rockers, handsome solid oak Secretaire, upholstered drawing room Suite, solid oak Bookcase, complete set of BaJzac's, Marryat and Dickens' Works, over 100 vols. in all; solid oak Jardiniere Stands, occasional Tables, Kefrigerator, McClary cooking Eange, 2 heat- ing Stoves. Crockery. Kitchen Utensils, etc. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Tenders, separate and in bulk, will be received by the 'undersigned .at his office in. Carmangay. up to 5 i o'clock p.m. on July 30th, 1910, for i the erection of a two storev brick and to Jack- son, Box 86, Okotoks, Alta. Phone 25. 189-24 i decorated six roomed house Box 32, Herald office. newly Applv 191-6 I. hay m carload lots. MISCELLANEOUS WANTS stone school house in Carmangay. A certified cheque for 5 .per cent, 'will be 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 all information can be had by applying to the secretary- treasurer of the school at Car- mangay, or Alexander Campbell, ar- chitect, at High River. W FOR head of cattle. Apply to M, Vaselenak, township 8, range 22. Section 14, southeast quarter. 189-6 FOR SALE-1 Mason and Risch piano City of Grand Forks will team of young horses, suit- i flre team' about Ibs. Address communications giving- age. weight and price to J. A. McAllum, B. C. City Clerk, Grand Forks. 1-S9-6 Kara piano in splendid condition. Rose- wood' case, very cheap. We will mail full particulars to out of town enquir- ies. Mason Riscit Piano Co., Ltd.. ._i.j VA- J. AdjLLU J Secy.-Treas. Carmansay School Dis- Conservatory Building, Lethbridge, trict No. 2087. Dated at Carmangay this 22nd day of July, A. D. 1910. MONEY TO LOAN MONEY TO and Inst- ance on farm and city property. Ap ply the Southern Alberta Loan and Investmtnt Co., 416 Buffer-in street Bryan WocK Goods on'view morning of sale Phone 426 Auctioneers7 Office Round Street MUSKRAT AND COYOTE SKINS WANTED In unlimited quantities; also hides of all kinds. All hides, should show brands. Make your shipments promptly. J. Young 405 Smith St VICTOR SAFES Give the protection desired, because nothing but