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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 30, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE I.ETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD, FRIDAY, JULY 30, 1909. PAGE FIVE I am Your' Bosom Friend We guarantee our work. Give us a trial with your next bundle. LETHBRIDGE LAUNDRY Co. TERMS STRICTLY CASH Box 477 C. S, FARROW. Manager Pho 145 j Crow's Nest "THE BEAUTIFUL1 The Picturesque Top o' the World Silvery Lakes Singing Brooks Profusion of Forest Coloring Gigantic Snow-Capped Mountain Peaks Troiife Fishing Boating. Hunting Saddle Horses Pact Horses Carnages Tents Dancing Pavilion Menagerie Ball Grounds Excellent GMiisine Buffet Service NO .MOSQUITOES SUMMIT HOTEL Andy Good, Prop. Rates Reasonable FiNCHER CRE'K NEWS or under gcveroxncrvt appointment to arbitrate in the case wherein the council and a property holder are at issues as to the amount that shall he Creek. .July .and Harokl .Jackson returned this week from a visic to the Souttrc exposition paid in view of the course be Miss Lancaster is here from Have- I Ing to run through part of lock, Ont., on a visit Mr. R. J. Christie. to her undo, his property, offered by the A fair price has been council, but there are A farmer namod Allison had one of i people in this world who are toora his broken on. Monday by the i obstructionists to the pubHc weal, horse on which he was riding si i pp Pincher 'Crack is experiencing some- in the mud ami falling. j thing of. this kind at -the present C'. Harvey, a Fishburn farmer, -re- j time, turned Monday night from'a trip to 'The weed inspector 'hud a party up Souttlo and a visit to the exposition, j'before a magistrate this week for an The M-et'aodist Church Sunday i infraction of the law regarding weeds School to takeu place' i The inspector, however, had the pa- on Wednesday, WHS postponed on ac- j pers served on the wrong individual count of the recent rains to Wednes- i an-d the case was dismissed .in conse- day. August 4th, one-week Later. jquence. the proceedings, .The Pincher Creek Land and Dfwl- i less, may serve as an eye-opener that'] opment TO. has engaged Miss Halpin. i efforts are being made to rhi the dis of St. Paul. Minn., as stenographer, j tract of the weed nuisance. Dr. Smillie. of St. Paul. Minn., j____________ was in town this on real estate j business. A young man was sent up from hero to Mackvod week to enjoy froe board for six months at the go- vernment's expense. He was an at- I------- tache and roper-in for a -house of ill- i New Dayton, July Stander fame. It's a Pity the law doesn't j Ohio, has just, purchased nine allow a magistrate to such a i quarter sections of land in tin? dis- character a sound horse-whipping. j trict and expects to place a number The I. O. O. F. picnic to have-been j Of families on it who will farm the hekl here on the 18th of August has I iancj him Revelopmems will be- for various reasons been postponed I Refrigerators and Freezers FINE HOTEL FOR NEW DAYTON Construction Will Be Farmer Undertaken from Ohio at; I I L'in almost at once? in the wav of indefinitely-in fact given up entirely f ejvcting buildings so as to have as a coming event. i-'ent. I met by invitation at the residence of Mr. and Heaton on the 20th, in the vicinity of 150 being present. The different departments were resplendent with decorations aad an entertainment of a high order was enjoyed by the are number present, caterer Har- thing: In readiness fot the .spring -Mr. Btander has been the owner of a large tract of land in Twp. 5 Ege. iti for the. past two! years, but is holding it for better i transportation facilities -before put- jting it into grain. The D. E. Hunt-! j f r .Realty Co. deserve the credit, of interesting such men as Mr. Stander Box 27 Phone 75 O Hayr Bros. Daily Herald Market Place you have anytbiof to idl or to real place it it thin column. If you wut unytkiof me tfcls coiuoi. 25c one insertion 6 insertions for Si PROPERTY FOR SALE SITUATIONS VACANT wood supplying the daintiest kind wjhom, number menu: An excellent orchestra was 1 m Mr. Hardy, of is visiting ACTRESS IN COURT- TOO SCANTY ATTIRE New York, July G'-rtrudo Hoffman, the -dancer% will next fall to answer the charge of ap- pearing on the in too scanty .attire. The hearing in her case- was .eallrrl today, the court granting a postpmi- jnent until October 4 next on plea of her attorney for time t- prepare her trial. Thirty or forty will be- called, the-, attorney said, that Hoffman's dance which caused; Ijftr arrest on Police' Commis- Batter's order.s last Friday night, jieitlier immoral or. inde- cent. F. GERMAiM THE SHOEMAN Is a Practical Man. You Get the Benefit An excellent orchestra was engaged for the occasion, and dancing was kept "up until the proverbial wee sma' hours." enjoyable Lflair termuiateid with, the singing of 'Aulti Lang- the Xatioaal Two days' steady rain (Monday and has made the country ar- ound here look as if some-thing will be doing in a very. short time. The was followed up by warm sun- i nine, an-d the aspect, from an agri- ultural point of view, is of a most promising character indeed. Haying operations have been carried on in 'this district for the past two weeks on an extensive scale, the hay crop being an abundant one. In few weeks cutting1; -will commence, and it is predicted by those who ought to know that the yield will surprise even the most'-optimisticl The ieavy rains in the first of the week caused the water in the creek -to. rise ing MJ: McPherson's absence. The school board held a meeting to decide what could be done about building a school house and hiring a teacher. Sibbals, contractor has just s-- Hunter to erect a .6NTJPJ cured the contract from D. E. Hunter to erect a modern and will begin active operation on it at- once. It will be located n the corner of Third avenue and Fr.ont street and will be one of the most complete hotels in Southern" Albert a Mr. and F. E. -Ewine spent Sunday in Dayton. H. H. Spem Thursday' M j Lethbridge. T. Sibbals his force r. "i the steady The special j ''ay was JL d- j tie boys did. specially, well. Nash gave a very interesting on Sunday School work. G. W. Pfaff wno ]ia- ant secretary for'Mr.'D. E. has resigned his position 10 Coal LUMP on the market K DELIVERED or at mine Grood clean Nut Coal at mine 11 per ton. All coal sold Address postcard to NEW BARNES MINE Royal View F WADBINGTON Pboae 261 City Agent Prompt delrrery guaranteed JAMES RICHARDS Machine Shop, etc. Box 432 Near Steam Laundry PHONE, 409 -1 TO -unfurnished front rooms- to rent. Also 5-roomed cottage, Apply 25 Argyle Ave. .Phone Autonobiles. Gasoline Engines, Steam Ploughs and Threshing Outfits General Repairs Work of every description Satisfaction guaranteed lor Laundry wori. Apply Lethbridge Laundry Co. 184-C first-class clothing an gents' furnishing J Hill and Co. will be re by the undersigned in wri ing from young ladies desirous o acting as pupil assistants to the Kin dergarten Director Lethbridge schools No salary attached, must be able t use piano. G. U. Bowman, Secre tary. good blacksmith fo plow work. See Howard Spener steam contractors at Chin. 90-( waitresses dale Restaurant. Coa 151-6 dining room Chow Sam's Restaurant. girl a 191- and woman on farm at once. Box 568, or; apply on farm Palmer, S 1-2 Sec 7 T 8 R 20, 8 mile S.E. of town. l92-( general servant. Apph Mrs. R. A. Wright, 1251 Dufferin St 192-0 room girl. Appl Balmoral Hotel. 192-Q boy or young man who knows the town to drive delivery rig. Box 17 Herald. 193-2 class lady book keeper and cashier for restaurant References required. Write stating salary wanted Box 281 City P. 0 193-3 young man for de- livery. P. Bums Co., Ltd. 194-2 SITUATIONS WANTED as 'housekeeper n hotel or for widower or bachelor >y widow age 29 years. Apply Box 150, Herald Office. 189-6 ironing, etc: Apply IMax Vogel, Norman St.; North Ward. 193-3 TO RENT. close in. 124. 184-0 H. Mott, was sentenced to four years and W. Spear to three years at Fort William- They were charged the theft of a baggage check from Joseph Johnson, of Owen Sound. rent in fully modern house. first house west of Baseball Grounds, Brunton St. 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. 189-6 3 NICE ROOMS TO Suitable for young couple. Ap- ply Westminster Store, near Eleva- tors. 192-6 TO cottage on Torrance Avenue, close in. Water laid on. Rent Apply ,on premises. 192-6 nlk 'ME KILL FROM THE FAMOUS PLAY "THE SQUAW TONIGHT Z> AT THE LYCEUM "HINT GaltC for GALT COAL left at the General Office 'vf the Company will be delivered to any point within the City Limits per ton Cash must accompany order in every case. The Alberta Railway Irrigation Company TABER NEWS la-be''i -'uiy showers and I an 'abundance of sunshine is causing the farmers smile to become more luminous each day. D. J. McMillan has returned from Banff where he has been under- going treatment for .rheumatics which j has greatly benefited his health. I Mr. Douglas, of Canary, "brother j jof Mayor Douglas, is in the city. We j Understand he is going into the imple i ment business here. Mr. Geo. A. Williams, of Indiana- polis, Ind., who for some time has j been looking up a location for start- ing a blacksmith shop, is in the city, has to locate here. j Mr. IT. P. Monroe, our popular postmaster, has purchased lots oa j Mitcholl St. from S, Ervinc and in- tends erecting a building for the post office. Mr. PI S. Bowden was a visitor in Lethbrklgc today between trains.. Mr. (J. .f. Loornis has started to erect a fine resirk-nco on 4-th St. Mr. H. W. Wad ill, organizer for the Canadian Order of Chosen Friends is in the city with a view to organizing lodge here. in the advertising business In bridge. Mr. and Mrs. Parkerson, cago. were tlv iruests of Mr un I Mrs. A. B. Pike, the first of "tU week. The South Aiberta Lumber Co. ha've j erected a new lime house. i Mr. Chapph- left Wednes-Jiy for Calgary. A number of Kuvr Day-tons youup people will attend the Sunday cdnvention at Warner next Satu day and Sundiiv. TENDERS FOR TELEPHONE BUILD- ING Lethbridge, Alta. CONNECTING con- necting rooms, best of furnishings, bath with hot and cold water at all hours on same floor, in Shepard. Blk. Best location in city. Two beds, two Morris chairs, etc. per mo. (in advance..) Apply J. B. Kelsey. Shepard Block. 192-0 FOR SALE .OR, roomed house, stable, hay shed, large chicken house on River bottom near "new bridge. JJest place in town for peep- ing cowg and chickens. easy 'terms. Price cash. per month rent. H. Proctor, near the A. R. I. Shops. 184-0 FOR Remington type- writer with tabulator, at a bargain. Apply Citizens Lumber yard. 187-O FOR and -other out-. builJiag5 ou Wesley Uhurch parson- age "property. Purchaser must re- move iame within.ten days after; ac-: ceptance of tender. Tenders must be in by 6 p.m., Saturday, July 31. For farther particulars apply G. W Whelen at Lethbridge Woollen Mills, or 0. ;D. Austin, Herald office. 90-6 FOR modern 7 room houses, ready the first week of, Au- gust. Finished to suit purchaser. Fine location. Good terms. Apply E. 0. Stickley, c-o Western Plumb- ing Co., City. 193.6 MISCELLANEOUS FOR BALE. FOR new first class fold- ing bed in hard oak finish. Large plate glass mirror attached to it. Box 100, Herald Office. 139-6 FOR in 8 roomed house close in. House rents for per month. House heated by furnace 1 urniture practically new. Sell cheap for quick sale. Also one dozen lay- ing-hens. Apply Box J.M.. Herald office. iOR yoke of oxen well broken. Also harness and covered waggon. AH for W. A. Dickson Taylor's Mill. '-t i _______ COLT AUTOMATIC sale. Pearl handle. Cost A snap at Apply J. B. Kelsey Shepard Block. 192-3- FOR scarce- ly used. To sell for cash. Price A bargain. Applp Western Stationery 193-6 LOST 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 lor information leading to their Notify A- A- Johnston, Lethbndge, Aha., or L. E. Townsend, Stirling. Alta. .194-0 herd north of one black mare, with stock colt, weight about 900 Ibs. Branded id FY on left shoulder. Also one roan horse, brand indistinct on riyht shoul- ler. Foretop cut off. drews, herder. Apply Wm. An- 190-1 information lead- ng to the recovery of one bay geld- ing branded S on left jaw and one dark bay branded -on left flank and AN on right shoulder, .weight 1300 apiece. George Millar. Cowley, FOUND ball game on Tuesday night, a brown leather purse. Own- r can.have same by calling at Her- ald and paying for Ad. 183-O silver watch. Owner can have same by calling at-Herald fflce. 189-O NOTICE NOTICE is hereby given that every wner or occupant of land in the city t Lethbridge shall destroy all nbx- ous weeds thereon within days of iis notice. Anyone neglecting to do o mil be prosecuted and liable to a ne not exceeding and costs JOS. GILLESPIE. 91-6 Chief of Police. TO and room for three. Double room and a sinclc. Home Mly modern and in--Apply 2in Coutts St.. south end of house. 193-0 SEPARATE SEALED TENDERS, registered and addressed to the Dep-j NOTICE TO TRAVELLING PUBLIC uty Minister of Public Works, and! If you want to get to the opera indorsed 'Tenders for Telephone j house on time telephone 143. Our up Building, Lethbridge" will be receiv-1 to date hacks will' set von there on ed up 12 o'clock, noon, Saturday August the supply of all plant, material, labor, an-d the performing. of all work necessary to complete the' following works in connection with the; erection of a Telephone Building in the City of Lethbridge, and for which separate tenders will be re- ceived for the Heat-insr. Metal Work. Wirin time. 186-26 LOANS FAIRM Life Insurance Company are prepared to grant loans on farms on verv reason- able terms. T. E. Patteson, Agent. WE CAN SELL YOUR LAND FOR can sell your land at prices that can't be beat. We can T. E. PATTERSON. Office, Oliver Block. Phone 287. HOUSE AND two lots on Coutts near Rd. Price ash. 40 ACRES TO LEASE IN 5 OR 10 acre tracts. 40 ACRES FOR SALE IN 5 OR 10 acre tracts. Close to Lethbridge, easy terms. The Menu at The Alberts Restaurant is as extensive as any in the city. Open day and night. Everything in season. VV VAAU. w V WV-d V. TT C. l-l Plans, specifications and jrou %Qod from UP to may be seen, and forms of tender had Per acre- ln quantity from on application to the at thp one up to as much a? 150 see- on application to the office at the site of the Building. Each tender must be accompanied by an accepted cheque payable to the Minister of Public Works, Ed- monton to the amount of fie per cent, of the tender. Thf cheque of the successful bid- der, if any. will be retained until the necessary contract ia executed, and a Bond in the form of a marked cheque to the amount of 20 per cent, of the tender is received. The cheques of the unsuccesful bid- der? will be returned within three days after the execution of.the con- tract. The right is reserved to reject any i or all bids or waive any defects. f JOHN- STOCKS. Deputy Minister of Public Dated at Edmonton this twenty- third day of Julv 1909. quarter up tions in one block. Terms, one-tenth of the purchase price in cash and the balance in nine equal annual instal- ments with interest at 6 per cent, on the unpaid balance. Thf Empire Laud Co., upstairs in Oit Block, P.O. Box 60. Phone 394. 191-0 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS 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, gen. del. will receive prompt attention. 84-0 SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS ESTABLISHED {1854 Merchants Bank of Canada HEAD OFFICE. MONTREAL Paid-up Reserve and Undivided Profits............. 4-.267.400 Accounts of Merchants, Farmers and Ranchers Solicited Drafts Money Orders Letters of Credit Savings Bank Department LetHbrtiie Branch- CoaMnle Block, St. DANCING LESSONS DANCING Norman commences her classes on Wed. Aug. 4th for ballroom and stage. At the Caledonian hall, Glyn St. Hours from 3 to 6. Miss Norman was a pu- pil in stage dancing of Madam Bas- sano, of Drewry Lane Theatre and Con vont. Garden Opera House (London England an-d Paris.) 192-6 TENDERS TENDERS will be received up to Saturday noon, July 31st for the priv- ilege of selling soft drinks, cigars, fruits, ice cream and candies at the fair grounds, Aug. 10, 11 and 12 to person wlio in iOie ui a family, or any male over 18 yean old, may homestead a quarter-Motion of available Dominion land in Hani, toba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. The applicant must appear in person at the Dominion Lands Agency or Sub- Agency for the district. by proxy may be made at any agency ter of intending homesteader. months' residence upon and cultivation of the land in eacb of three years. A homesteader may live within nine miles of his home stead on a farm of at least dO aeret solely owned and occupied by him by hia father, mother, aon, daughter, brother or sister. In certain districts a homesteader in good standing may pre.empi quarter-section alongside hie stead. Price per acre. Dviitt. -Must reside six months in eaefi of six years from date of homectead entry (including the time requind to earn homestead patent) and fifty acres extra. A homesteader who hat exhawteO homestead right and cannot ob- tain a pre-emption may takt m PUT chased homestead in certain dUtritU. Price M.OO monthi include the use of the booth under j reside six monthi in each the west end of grand stand. Also t-h? cuitivaiss fifty acres exclusive right of sellinR on the gnind' house worth 1900.00. stand Also a separate tender for restau- rant privilege with use of booth un- der east side of grand stand. Apply W. B. Burnett, Secretary and Treasurer. 192-3 W.W.CJOKY. Deputy MinUter of the Inter thi-i %dTertisenr rut win not W ;