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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 29, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta July TO BE GIVEN AT THE August 9-10-11 For the Best Loaf of Bread made from Floor of the ELLISON MILLING A ELE- VATOR CO. The following are the Entry No. lit 2nd 3rd To Professional Bakers Home Made (Baker scan- not compete in this class) 10 5 Girls under 14 3 Best Loaf Brown Bread from- our; WHOLE WHEAT FLOUR 5 396 397 398 399 I TTL D" J I 1 his Is 1 he Brand! Now is the time to try it You may Will 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 Usual wffl particulars see Lethbridge Prize List For Quaker Bread It is Good Three Times a Day ,TIie Good Co., T. A. Easton, Tnif Squires. Eobinson Bennett, EitcMe Meredith, and Best Brown. GILMORE, THE BAKER Eussell Street. North Ward. 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 Let a Herald Want M Work EOT! You You Will FiBd It ttw You Ever In Employ 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 Beech Flooring. Call once and vou will call again. Yard Office Phone 362. Baroness Road. Gen'I Off ice Phone 334. MUSKRAT AND COYOTE SKINS WANTED In unlimited quantities; also htdea of til Made. All hides should show brands. Make your ihlpmrotj promptly. J.Yaung 465 Smith St. Is again under the management of N. Hi MURRfly The Service and Menu are up to "thV former stan- dard. Every effort is being made to rebuild the busi- f ness to its tor- mer excellent reputation Rev. George X Lawson, Halifax, >-wag elected presldenkof the 'National Division, Song of Temperance. Laeombe is to have an the- atre built at once. Virgil Rodgers. formerly of Lethbridge, will lease it, Conductor L. Perrault of ithe. -Mon- treal Street Railway, has gone insane tas a result of a fall from a car. A second 'attempt to scale Mount Robson, the highest peak in the Rocky Mountains, at i. the Yellowhead Paas, will be made this summer by Messrs. A JL. Mumm, a publisher, of "London, Engyand'J. L. Collie, also of London, two noted mountain climbers, who last .year made attempt to climb the heights of Mounf-Robson, tout failed. RUPTURE MR. A. CLAVERIE the celebrated European Specialist, so well known in Canada IS COMING He will "be in: on WEDNESDAY THE 3rd5 from 9 a. m. to 3 p" nil; aiid from mu; aiid fronif9'a: m. to 2 GO AND S1EE HIM This is a for the rup- ;ouf. district, which they will not miss. No. system hasr results' tio be- to those obtained the method and'appartus .of ..Mr. by the lightest -medical -adopted 3y one million patients..'all ov- er the world. No more sufferings; no more don- all jthose who are tired of wear- ng spring trusses which" torture them; instead of curing, aggravate the -their violent rupture, and >which r.axe. thro'srn.; out of place1 upon the least fail- to see Mr; ;Claverie. 25 cents per insertion when not exceeding 35 words 6 insertions Pay in Advance LOST AND FOUND gelding, no (brand, white stripe on face, weight about Last seen near WiUon. Siding.' S20 reward for return to 187 dark browa'mobllr 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. IttHJ age 4, 3 white feet, white star on.forehead and white blaze on nose, brand teven reversed and two quarter circlet on right side of hip. A. W. P. O. 91-6 SITUATIONS VACANT experienced clothing and fumivhing .salesmen wanted at once. Apply Cornell 187-0 house maid. Reapath St Apply. 812' 185-O middle aged woman to help "with'.house work: on a farm, close in; must be able to cook; no children.- Apply, Box 377, Lethbridge Postofflce. 188-6 SITUATIONS WANTED. or saleswoman can undertake both, tleov mantle department' oc under- clothing or baby linen. Apply Box Herald -oKice. 190-b" industrious young man-with good education desires a sit- uation .where he will stand a chance of 'promotion. Apply 'Box 33 Herald, office. 192-6v TO '.HINT painters: and 2 paper hangers wanted at once. Paper hang- ers must toe able to paint. Good wag- es8 and long-job-to right imen. the party iwho picked up the plaid woollen steamer xug on Tuesday evening the be kind-' enough to return the same to my office Round StY, or leave it at the Herald office and oblige. Dr. D. T.-Crawford. 192-2 Tenders TENDERS are asked for the erec- tion of the Fleetwood 'School for the Trustees-of the Lethbridge P.P. School District 51' >to .be delivered at the office" of the architects on? or" before 15th August, 1910. Separate tenders are asked for. the heating-and plumbing. .Copies of_jthe plans and specifica- tions' may be obtained archi- tects on -Monday next thefUst August, H. Ml' W: A. WHTDDINGTON, Architects. 192-3 211 Sherlock Building NOTICE-TO STEAM ENGINEERS' NOTICE "is hereby an examination -will, be held by Nathan- iel Marshall', a duly appointed: inspect- of of steam "boilers for of Alberta, at: Lethbridge, Aug. 15 and 16, A. R. I. reading rooms.. Frank, Aiig. 18; Frank-Hotel. ;Macfeod, Aug. hall. Raymond, Aug. 22, town; hall. Cardston: 23. 'Lee's" sainple rooms., at 9 o'clock "ajn. for the purpose giving engineers and., apprentices .an Elines Alberta. Imperial 189-6, good. 1007 Redpath St. servant. Apply 190-O young girl for light housework. Apply1 Mrs. M. V. Galli- van, corner Redpath and Bartlett 190-0 room, girl at Coal- dale 190-6 for 'the Rolling Hill- S. D. No. 1794, holding first class certificate, commence Sept: 1st. "State experience and salary re- quired. Thos.-- Scott, sec.-treas., box; 275, ;Lethbridge: 191-6 WANTED-rA smart youth 18 for; iax'deiiyery -Apply: T..H; Cox, -Argyle- 191-6 at.'. once. Apply fMiss' Gait- Hospital, 191-3 wishes a general servant" for" small'family.' r Apply 'Man- ager Hudson's.Bay .191-6 young'girl to .assist witli lighthouses-work. Apply, Mrs. Terinant. St general house work, family of two. Apply Mrs. R'euter; 621 192-O MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE of Let all those who the provisions of the tried -Steam Boilers Act, 1906. .-u'. Application Forms-may be obtained or NOTICE OF IMPOUNDMENT Impounded "on the irist, in west pound; one" red crooked honi.- no visible brand. JOS. GILLESPEE, 190-0 Chief of Police. The-New York American favors re- ciprocity between Canada and the United States. 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 chance of a 545.00 gift. The lucky ticket will be drawn at 10.30 p.m. Saturday, August 6th -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. Crosby PROPRIETOR unable to retain the also go and; see Mr. They- will at least find rid of their sufferings and to from all danger. .famous of Mr. Ai Qaverie" are scientific appar- and .'Will maintain the rupture per- fectly, without causing, the least pain, or ever displacing themselves. They are light and hygienic. They are constructed -according to scientific and medical rules; so as to render possible, with certain hygien- ic precautions, which Mr. -A. Claverie will indicate, a natural and definite cure. Do not fail to see him, and thus, secure your COMFORT, your HEALTH and your HAPPINESS ALL ADVICE GIVEN' FREE ABDOMINAL BELTS FOR WOMEN AND MEN. ELASTIC STOCKINGS APPLL4NCES FOR WEAKNESS AND DEFORMITIES OF LIMBS AND BACK. THE ONLY ONES OF THEIR KIND IN THE WORLD; Auction Sales Conducted upon reason- able terms in any part of city or province Fifteen years' experience, in this branch of our business CASH ADVANCED [if required] upon receipt of instructions to sell F. Wad ding ton Co. The auctioneers Phone 426 on application to the Department or to tihe above-mentioned inspector, and must-ie properly filled and declared to before a Commission- er or Justice of the Peace, before an examination can. foe granted. JOHN STOCKS, Deputy of Public Works, Edmonton, AJta. "FOR SAL'S 'OR'-BENT-r-Bakery, good reason selling Us poor Stealth." Apply .Henry Alie, Blairmore Alta. 193-6 FOR Piano, excellent tone, "easy terms; after six by appointment. C. Westley, 419 Wood Street. 184-Ox FOR outfit, com- plete, in new -town, good chance for young get started in news- paper business, only small amount of money necessary. Write or wire to M. B. Kootgaard, Dunkirk, Montana. i 188-6 Notice The. Board of -Railway Commission- ers for Camda -will hold a sitting at Lethbridge, Alberta, on or about the, fifteenth day of September, 1910, at FOR in-carload lots-. Apply for prices to Newman Jack- son, Box 86, Phone 25. 189-24 the hour of ten o'clock in the forenoon Sectioli for-the purpose of hearing matters, applications, or complaints filed with the Board and served upon the par- ties interested in accordance with Mules asd "Regulations of the Board. By order of the Board, A.-D. Secretary. Board of Railway Commissioners for .-Canada. Dated at Ottawa this 22nd day of July, 1910. FOR head of cattle.-Apply to M. Vaselenak, township 8, range TO airy room suitable for 2 gentlemen, modern close in. Apply 622 Cutfilll 191-01-, OFFICES TO Two large Round arid Dufferin Sts Bryan Block. typewriter, splendid and counter for sale. Also Remington: roll-top Apply Room 6, Bryan block or P O Box 1989. 181-0 TO furnished bed roomx suitable for two; half block south of Central school, 623 Coufcti St Ox WAREHOUSE-- Western Canada. Agency back of Dallas ;Hotel, spur track. W Ifc Dobbin, 310 Glyn St 172-O> FOR room for rent. Wr R. Dobbin; 310 Glyn St 172-O> TO Tooms. largils. double to rent. Majestic theatre. Ap- ply .Mrs. H. Cleveland, on premlsec, TO opposite Herald! office formerly by Empire .Cafe. Apply McClure Stewart: :Agency. 146-O' .roomed house, house, partly furnished, i.ght and water, per month.-, Apply A. Frayne, Racnael; street, North Ward. TO room with board' if desired. Apply 1202'-Ford'St 182-0- Shop for reniL lly equipped with good locai- nj ice house in connection. Apply- Stavely. c rooms with or without; all modern conven- iences, newly decorated; ail the com- orta'of .axioms. TO on Coutts St near Central School, eight ;rooms and" Apply No! '2 Bryan Blk. 189-6'- TO room -in .fully- modern -house with telephone. Apply- 431 Bar.tlett.St U89-6- house to rent un- til-about 1st. October." Courtland St. -Apply 808: 189-6' FOR six roomed house on Crabb street. Apply L. S. RIpley Co. Macdonald Box 165., 190-6' TO room cottage 1205 Lon- don. -Road; per month Coaldale Hotel. Apply .at 191-6" TO. A well furnished decorated six roomed house. Box -32, -Herald office. newly- Apply TO furnished bed room BUSINESS CHANCES southeast quarter. ho.use- 183-6 iwest of MaJestic theatre. 508 Bom- pas St. 192-2' FOR Mason and' Risch -piano used but a-short time at a- bargain. 1 Karn piano condition.' Ro'se- wood case, very-eaeap. We will mail full particulars to out of town enquir- ies. Mason Risch Piano Ltd.. Conservatory Building, Lethbridge. 190-0 FOR SALE hand- sewing machine, good as new. Call at 957 Burdett St. or write Box 476, Lethbridge, Alta. 191-6 FOR nearly new' Singer sewing machine .and also baby car- riage almost oiew! Apply" 314 Wallwork MARSHALL RAMSEY Produce Brokers Hay, Grain and Produce by car, lowest prices. Phone 0. Box 2060 No. 2 Begiii Block, Lethbridge VICTOR SAFES Give the protection desired, because nothing but the best materials are used in their construction and they are made by experts. Sold on easy terms. The SUN AGENCY Next Door to Post Office Box 687 Lethbridge Sole Agents for: SUN TYPEWRITER, SILENT SALESMEN, STORE FIXTURES, COMPUTING SCALES. St. 191-6 AIREDALE few.strong well-bred pups for sale. Full pedigrees given to purchasers. For particulars apply to. A, Matthews, Box bridge, or 222 Westminster Road, North Ward. 191-6 The Last Great Metropolis of North America FORT GEORGE, now starting, on main line of Grand Trunk Pacific Ry., and on lines oi six other railroads projected and building. FORT GEORGE is geographic and strategic commercial of -Brit- ish 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- terways. 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 the next three years in. rail- road building alone. By the summer FOR ice cream of 1911 twenty-five thousand men jand tobacco store in a growing B.C. TO RENT-HRoora and 'Cutbill street. rd at 619 193.2- TO room .Apply .619 Cutbill Street iboard. 193-3' TO and double room, use of phone.. .Apply 291 Brunton St. 193-T MISCELLANEOUS WANTS of Grand Forks will- purchase team of young horses, suit- able for a fire team, weight about Ibs. Address communications giving age, weight and price to J.-A. McAllum, City Clerk, Grand Forks, B. c. 189-6: FOR sale of household furniture for -the balance of the week at the Little Yellow Cottage beside the Lake, west of Westminster Road.'92-3 FOR mare with- foai; Apply City Bakery Stable, Redpath street, east of Westminster Rd. 192-6 FOR year old gelding weight about 1100, fine general purpose horse, gentle and quiet Apply 1202 Ford St 192-6 with payroll of one hundred thousand dollars per day, will be employed in the vicinity .of Fort Whan in Vancouver it will be to your advantage to stay at the HOTEL STRATHCONA Tne best middle priced hotel in the city T5 BURTON and J. -E. JACKSON Props., We are joint owners and sole ag- ents for Fort George Townsite. The government insures and guarantees title to lots and owns one-quarter of tihem. Write us quick for maps, plans full information about .fortune-mak- ing opportunities at Fort George, also about our upper Fraser Valley farms. Natural Resources Security Co., Ltd. Winch Vancouver, B. ,C. Local Sales Solicitors C. S. Don- aldson, Norman street; Illinois-Aiter- ta Realty Co. 193-6 town, present population No opposition. Average weekly cash sal- es For a practical baker with small capital, this is an opportunity in a thousand. Stock and fixtures -in- cluding portable oven, two silent sales- men, sodawater fountain, ice cream outfit, computing scales." safe, cash register, wall cases, counter, etc., S2.000.00. Terms, part cash, balance easily arranged. ald, Apply -Box 50, Her- 192-5 ALBERTA HEATING PLUMBING D. O'Connor, Manager.' Plumbing and heating, gas fitting heating; jobbing promptly; attended to. Opposite Pioneer Lumber Co Phone 365. PHONE 488 THE STANDARD PLUMBING CO. Hot Wtttr Heating Office and Workshop at 610 Burdett ftt C. McCLURE 9. KNAPMAN PROPERTY FOfl SALE and other mater- ial'for building a 6-roomed cottage im 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 Bos 2077 or phone 659. v 1S9-6 and Gents' cast-off clothing, 'shoes, furniture, rugs, watches, jewelry, musical instru- ments, bicycles, guns, buggies, Demo- crat wagons, horses and stoves. The" highest cash price paid for live pout try.. Apply to the- Harvard Tailoring Co., 330 Crabb street, opposite new- Herald office. 1S4-2S AUTO WANTED IN Will take auto on B. C. Land, 320. acres fruit land on St Mary's Prairie ?10.00 per acre., Will take good auto as first payment, easy terms on bal- ance. Address M. B., c-o Lethbridge Daily Herald. ig9.6. purchase bunch of hor- ses, must be in good. condition, and: have plenty of bone. Apply giving, ages, appi ixjmate weiglt and price M. Brigham, 108 6ih Avenue algary. i LAND FOR JALE HOUSE FOR and a house, hall, cellar, water, sink, drain, wired for light, double lot, Torrance avenue, North Ward. Small cash payment, bal. per mo., int 3 p.c. Apply 112 Torrance Ave., or P. 0. Box 1997- 143-os ROBERT SAGE The Picture Framer Evtry Day at the RED CROSS DRUG A BOOK STORE MEN WHO KNOW A GOOD THING will jump at this fruit land offer, 200- acres in 5 and 10 acre lots at Makin- son's Landing, Ldtes, B.C. Boats call twice daily. Landiig in centre, of sub level laid, sandy -lokm no stone, every block -vithin five min- j xites of boat landing. iPor particulars and price apply to J. Sephenson, Box 58, Coteman, Alta. 190-6 MONEY TO MONEY TO and Inaur- ance on farm and city ij-oparty. Ap- ply the Southern Albem Loan and Investment Co., Dtferln itreet Bryani WocK ;