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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 28, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta jLgtotldge Herald, Thursday, July 1910; lii Gash 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. lit 2nd 3rd 396 To Professional Bakers 397 Home Made (Bakers can- not compete in this class) 10 5 398 Girls under 14 3 2 399 Best Loaf Brown Bread from our WHOLE WHEAT FLOUR 532 SHORTAGEOF PULP DENIED r American Consul Says! Tliere is Plenty in i Quebec Let a HeraW Want Ad. Work For You and You Will Find It the Best Little Servant You Ever Had In Employ Washington, July Denial that- JMAKE HAY WHILE THE SUN SHINES. fc'the price of paper s This Is The Brand! Now is the timt 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 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 TO THE PUBLIC THE INTERNATIONAL EMPLOYMENT AGENCY, EUREKA THEATRE is now under new management- and will be conducted on strictly business principles. Help of all kinds supplied on shortest notice. Your patronage solicited. J. DOUGLAS McCUTCHEON......................... Proprietor We Lead, Others Follow One visit to our yard will convince you. Complete stock in LUMBER, SHINGLES, LATH, LIME, PLASTER, CEMENT AND BRICK A nice lot of Screen Doors, Maple, Oak and Eeecfi Flooring. o Call once and vdu will call aorain O Yard Office Phone 362. Gen'I Office Phone 334 Baroness Road. MUSKRAT AND COYOTE SKINS WANTED In unlimited quantities; also hides ot all kinds. All hides should shew brands. Make your shipments promptly. J. Young 405 Smith St. f Agri- issued the following cir- day by United States Consul Willrich to cut f tiie that can foe found, as hay is likely to .be -high during the winter. 25 cents per insertion when not exceeding 35 words 6 insertions Please Pay in Advance at Quebec in an. official report to the Department of State. The following V1 rt. The problem confronting every summary of the report marfA hv f farmer and stockman in Alberta this officials of the department: A. A .Jx S A 2S t f providing fodder for not nLlvTl t I 1S Hay will not on- but very high. me tUre SUDDlV nf tha ture supply Of the market in the Unit ed States. 'He states that, despite the prohi- bition of exportation of pulp wood from crown lands, subsequent to May 1st last, the supply on hand and -which may be secured from private lands in the future will be entirely to the demand, and there need be no apprehension of a short- Age. "The market for pulp wood has been poor, which shows a lack of de- mand on the part of buyers in the United States. There are hundreds of timothy crop is light; straw of al kinds, with the exception of winter wheat. is short Every market that had to -be supplied from Alberta In the past, will look TO Alberta again this year for feed. Besides this, oth- er points which have produced enough to supply their own needs In prev- ious years, or had feed to export, will import largely during 1910 and 1911; PROPERTY FOR SALE HOUSE FOR and a house, hall, cellar, water, sink, drain, wired for light, double lot, Torrance avenue, North Small cash payment, bal. per mo., int. 8 p.c. Apply 112 Torrance Ave., or P. 0. Box 1997. thousands of cords of pulp wood available for exportation at this time. tnose sections have toeen fav- ored with rain can do much to sup- .ply .them, and it behooves the farm- cut from crown lands has not been large, it has been sufficient to pre- vent the sale at fair prices of great. quantities of such wood cat on priv-i ate land. This has accumulated, and in many cases has remained stacked along raftroad sigings in enormous quantities without finding a purchas- most to that end, and by so doing they will .be well paid for their forts. 'Every acr-e of grass land that can the percentage of pulp wood ,be mowed should be mowed. In drlv- GILMORE, THE BAKE er. EUROPE ALARMED; Buenos Ayres. July. oUplomats are exercised over the pos- of the active extension of Monroeism to all the Americas, an-d the. probable recognition of the doc- trine fry resolution In the Ban-Amerf- conference now assembled here. Diplomats see in the propaganda to the Monroe Doctrine a principle of all. tie Americas a step to advance United -States trade in South .Ameri- ca at the cost of European commerce now predominant ins: through the country we see num- erous places in which halt a day's brushing will enable one to secure a. ton or more of hay. There is no kind. of farm work .that will. pay tbetter. this year than brushing out those places. "An acre of early sown rye and. used as a pasture will easily take the place of a ton of hay during the late fall and. spring months and every farmer should sow at least a few acres." LOST AND FOUND SITUATIONS VACANT SITUATIONS WANTEJ? WANTED-Window cleaning, Handy man. .A. K., Box 2040 P (X 186-6 aw bookkeeper or clothing saleswoman can undertake both also IIIFTHS nlTlfr lAOTVIlVn nrn-n4-A J _ i. _ f and furnishing salesmen wanted at once. Apply Cornell Travis. 187-0 house maid. Apply S12 Redpath St. 135.0 mantle department or ladies' under- clothing or baby linen. Apply Box 7 Herald office. cup off one of wheels of fire, wagon. Finder return to Fire Hal] No. 1. 164-O middle1 aged woman to help with house work on a farm close 'in; must be able to cook; no children. Apply Box 377, Lethbridge Postoffice. 1S8-6 Ernest and Bartlett street, gentleman's gold watch, Ini- tials on back. 'Finder please return to Herald office and get reward. Bay gelding, no brand, white stripe on face, weight about Last .seen near Wilson Siding. reward for return to W. D. Whitney's 187 dark brown, moolly milk cow five miles north of Lethbridge, brand- ed block with dot inside it, on left ribs, and also on neck, f 5 reward for infor- nation .leading to the recovery. Apply "d. McKenzie, Bos 165, Lethbridge. 190-6 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, industrious, young man with good desires'a sit- uation where he will stand a chance of promotion. Apply Box 33 Herald office. 192-G TO RENT Alberta. 189-6 good servant. 1007 Redpath St. Dufferin Sts-i A i Sf Block' Remington splendid roll-tor, T Qfi O -L et UCOfll mare, age 4, 3 white feet, rhite star on forehead and a white young girl for Ught housework. Apply Mrs. M. V. Galli- van, corner Redpath and Bartlett 190-0 room girl at Coal dale restaurant 190-6 for the Rolling Hill S. 1794, holding first class certificate, duties to commence Sept. ouii vii'lureiitjaQ