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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 31, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THC LITHiRIOei DAILY HERALD, SATURDAY, JULY I Ml. MOC rive I am Your Bosom Friend We guarantee our work. Give us bundle. a trial with your next LETHBRIDGE LAUNDRY Co. TERMS STRICTLY CASH Box 477 C. S. FARROW, Manager PI 10 THE LETHBRIDGE Tin- director? of the Lethbridge and District Agricultural Society are sparing neither trouble nor expense in making the fair of 1909 bigger and bet- ter than ever. This year upwards of are being offered in prizt? and purses. Special attractions are engaged. Prof, balloon Khol will make a eachv day and a death defying purashute drop LAND Choice block of 956 all Sec. 25 and W. imli Sec. W. This, is on the Leihbridgc extension: smooth, level prairie, free from stom-s and will soil for ?20.00 acre inside a year. Price, for immediate sale, S'13.00 per acre en block, or in half sections; Sl.200.no cash on each half section, balance, 5 payments, inter- est at 6 per cent. Write or wire W. J. G1LLILAND, 1705 Cook Street. Victoria, B.C., or The Canadian Real Estate Co., Room 9, Bryan Block, Lethbridgr. I 4 i from mid-air. Special platforms haw erected for the troop of trained goais and fvr world famed gym- nasts and acrobats, who will perform each day immediately in front of the grand stand. The music will fur- nished by the Lethbridge Citizens' Band, a uniformed band of 45 pieces which was a prize winner in the band competition at the Winnipeg Exposi- tion this year. The Indian parade and pow wow will again be :i feature. Lethbridge fair is recognized as the best place- in America, today to wit-j DOS? a.n Indian display in the old- time war paint and feathers. Good horse racing is assured, the nereis purges hung up bfini: an t for tiie presence of the best rad; .-cs in the West. There will bt> spl did displays of draft, thorough bivd. standard brcvl and pure bred cattle.' shoop and swine as wll -j> crniin? arid and vi'gotablfS liberal prizes have been -'.ffarod all thi-s--- Professional brKV-- ball jr.-mi-j-; will bo played, also gamos. CoriK- and enjoy your- Loth bridge welcomes you. ah upt-o-date city. See the eiirht.li .winder of the world, the gigantic niil- way bridge over a mile 'long and 300 feet high. Come and enjoy the pitiility of the citizens of Have a good time. It is assured yon. Cheap rates on all railways. Ask your depot agent. Remember the place and date, Lethbridge, Augusf 11 and 12. For further information write Major W. B. Burnett, Secc.-Treas.. Lethbridge and District Agricultural 'Society. Lethbridge, Alta. other gambling devices out. of busi- ness. One paper writing an editorial the other day said that Ijethbriidge was now the only place where thu pugs could 'publicly lambaste each other for u prize. That is no envi- able record lor us. H i.sn't Chief G-U lespio's I'UUIL I'or he hates to see the pugs around for he knows only too well that where the pugs 'arc there i will the crooks be also. Calgary and Kdjtuonton have shut right down on -------------------------------__------------------j the business. The fight rJ'fomoters Dad's Council did a stunt or on their fights iu j isome of the littk- towns along the; at the meeting that were not i 0 I L.. but the authorities got wise exactly right' to my notion. I am oul pmty darn cjuick_., not out with the little -hammer to; if Chief Gillespiu had his way there; knock anybody's business or to grind j would not 'be a light in the plac-e. j any axes for anyone, but X cannot j ninety-nine per cent, of the forget some tilings. for years we i mills al-e i'xed and a gang of crooks i the-daylights scared, out of arc always in the immediate vicinity. us about tents and the man who j And the knows thai; every fiyht would dare to put up a tent inside j means work for the force. i of fire limits had just about the j Those slot, machines are knocked limit of nerve. Bui, there are al- completely out in nearly every town i ways special cases to overrule anyjjn the west and oi course tin: rijjh't-.', rule or custom. A merchant getsjCOUs u-ast would not know what a burned out and so as a special con- machine is. But. the fact is they I cession he is allowed to put up a I arc out and g-ambling machines. tent for the part of his goods that they arc allowed to run in the was not burned up. Then a building i city and if I remember right are lie- i collapses putting a theatre out o-i'ieuseU to run. The city does't even! business apparently. And following j get a license fee for the pug encoun- Refrigerators and Freezers 27 Phone 75 o j along comes a man with, a tale oi woe that he is being put out of busi- ness because his landlord is going to pull down his buildings and build greater. And they all want tents. And they all got tents. By-laws had to go. The awful scare that had been instilled the people had to be passed up. Uncle Shorty objected and so did Uncle Charlie. And so do I. I can't set; any reason why an opera tent could not. iro outside the fire limits. The crowds would be just as big. An doesn't use his show w.in- ters. I think it is about time Dad and his council got busy and cleaned up a few of these .relics of the wild. and woolly days and make the city as clean as they can. Everybody knows thatlall the fellows in the city do not go to Sunday School but that is no reason for allowing the city to have rank gambling going, on and the police unable to do a thine about it. Lethbridge has got an. undesir- able name fn these matters and it is ..about time Dad and the rest of the bundi got -busy and passed some by- laws giving the chief authority to (lows to attract custom and it would clear, up the darn works, not make any difference him to Hayr Bros, Daily Herald Market Place ywt have to tell w to reat place it it column. If yoa want anything use column. 25c oat insertion 6 insertions for SITUATrONS VACANT tor Laundry work. Apply Lethbridge Laundry Co. 184-0 PROPERTY FOR SALE FOE SALE OE RENT-7 roonwd house, stable, hsiy shed, large chickeo house on Eiv'er bottom near new bridge. Best place in town for keep- ing cows and chickens. Price easy terms. Price cash. per month rent. H. Proctor, near the A. R. I. Shops. iiM-O, FOR Remington type- writer with tabulator, at a bargain. Apply Citizens Lumber yard. 187-0 first-class clothing and gents' .furnishing J. Hill and Co.' 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, tary. G. B. Bowman, Secre- 188-0 FOR and other out- buildings on Wesiey 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 particjilars apply G W. Whelen at bridge Woollen Mills, or 0. D. Austin, Herald office. 90-6 FOR modern 7 ____ houses, ready the first week gust. Finished to Fine location. Good ____ E. 0. Stickley, c-o Western Plumb- ing Co., City. room suit purchaser, terms. Apply 193-6 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE. goou blacksmith for plow work. See Howard Spener i steam plow contractors at Chin. 90-6 per month. House heated Furniture practically new. Sell cheap 1" Also one dozen lay- Herald 192-6 waitresses dale Kestaurant. Coal- 191-6 dining room Chow Sam's Restaurant. pitch his tent outside the danger line. If the council keep will have thoir darned old by-laws smashed to smithereens. The city will be full of tents and shades like a two months old mining- camp, Dad and his col- The other night Dad's Council took a mild crack at the problem of wid- ening Boar! in North. Ward, i never knew a body of men back up so quickly from anything be- fore. All they said was that it leagues ought to give careful, thought ought to be done, but that it oug-ht before they enact any bylaws, but to have donc ,ong. ago before once they are made they ought to stick to them and play no favorites in enforcing: them or letting; them slide- T. T.. Kinrade, father of. the fam- ous Florence, has retired as principal per the buildings were put on the lots. Of course any dors fool knows that but that does not 'help out the pres- ent situation. The fact is that the street is only sixty-six feet wide and ''fry. few days T read in some pa- iall the rest of the streets of the city.j that some town dr citv has or- I are a hundred feet wide. There is j LUMP on the market DELIVERED or at mine Good clean "'Nut Coal at mine 51 per ton. All coal sold C.O.D. Address postcard to NEW BARNES MINE Roval View F WADDING-TON Pboae 261 City Agent Prompt delivery guaranteed girl at 191-6 ar.d woman on farm Box 563, or apply on farm. for quick sale. ing hens. Apply Box JM., office. FOIi yoke of oxen well broken. Also harness and covered at once. Pabuer, S 1-2 Sec 7 T 8 R 20. 8 miles S.E. of town. 192-6 i FOR waggon. All for W. A. Dickson, f it rtf'j- Taylor's Mill. 193-6 genoral servant. 'Apply Mrs. R. Wriirhl, 1251 Dufferin St. 192-0 class lady book- keeper am! for restaurant. Keferences Write stating salary warned Box 2B1 City P. 6. 193-3 livery. P. Burns youncr man Co.., Ltd. for cie- 194-2 typewriter, scarce- ly used. To sell for cash. Price A bargain. Co. Applp Western Stationery 193-6 FOR team work horses, h.'irm-ss. wagon., breaking plow riiiu stovv. All cheap for cash. ply W. Eddy ar Huyr Transfer sta- bi.% Strjpath St., where article can be aeeii. h horses and 194.0 LOST COOK WANTED-A compt-tent camp Good wages. Ap- cook. steady work, ply A. I. Co. 195-G SITUATIONS WANTED derod that there be no prize fights in! not oi doubt in my mind the 'city and that the police had or- but that Westminster Road will be of one or Hamilton's ward schools. Iders-to put all slot machines and Winnifred In the centre of a splendid farming country, between Lethbridge and Medicine Hat Townsite Placed on the Market for lime Front Street Lots and up Main Street Lots and up Terms, quarter cash, balance to suit pur- chaser. A clear title goes with every lot This offer holds good for 30 days Look into this Get busy Openings for Hotel, Barber, Blacksmith Livery and Doctor Call or Write WINNIFRED ALBERTA JAMES RICHARDS Machine Shop, etc. Box 432 Near Steam Laundry PHONE 409 Automobiles, Gasoline Engines, Steam Ploughs and Threshing Oniiiis General Repairs Work of every description Satisfaction guaranteed 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 CONNECTING necting rooms, con- -best of furnishings, one of' the most important streets in the city and it is absolutely certain that when the street railway is built it will run along that road. I no- ticed that the matter, of street wid- ening was one of the subjects for a ipow-wow at the Municipalities Con- vention at Calgary. Perhaps the I city engineer will bring home some I brigih-t ideas to" Pass on to Dad and the uncles. This is one of the -big ques- tions in all kinds of cities from Lon- don down and to be settled. The widening- of Westminster Road does not look to me like such a great big undertaking- for the city. It would not 'be the-best thing to do to widen f it on the west side and make a jog1 j in the street but that would be better than having Uie street tapering off the i way it does. The east side is all 'built i up fout it would not >be a Sam Hill I of a job to buy the front thirty-four TT-irr CTJfS'RMAN jfeet. of the lots and move the build- i tin. onuiim.tt.rN ings, back. They are all frame build- Is a Practical Man. You Get j TO house, two sitting, ingr? and the most of them are well back on the lots. And if it was not j thought best to make these business F. GERMAN as housekeeper, in hotel or for widower or bachelor by widow age 29 years. Apply Box 150, Herald Office. 189-6 ironing, etc. Apply Max Vojrel, Norman St., North Ward. 193-3 TO RF.NT. 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 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. 134-0 information lead- ing to the recovery of one bay geld- ing branded 5 on left jaw and one dark bay branded on left flank and AN on right weight 1300 apiece. George Millar. Cowley, Alta. TO and room for three, A double room and a single. Home fully modern and close in. Apply 210 Courts St., south end of house. 193-0 FOR furnished room, fully modern, 638 Burdett St. 195-0 jlots so short, be; easy en- i cine Hat, to Mr. Ernest Vant, of Nel- j ough to buy the hack thirty-four feet i of the lots on the east sifk- of the I blocks, and movo Uie lunes -hack the ithirty four .feet, leading the short lots on 'the next street. The expense I of this business will be bigger each (year and a darned sight harder to work out. MEDICINE HAT i (From the The marriaci-.1 took place at Nelson. I B. C., on July 21. of Miss i son. Mr. and Mrs. Vant have gone east on their honeymoon trip. The j bride was a prent social favorite in Medicine Hat and will receive the felicitations of a host of friends-." five bedrooms, kitchen, convenient offices, rainwater cistern, large, chick- en Houses, stables, cowbarn. piggery, two good gardens and excellent pas- turage. Elevated situation above Old Man River, aboiit seven mies of Macleod. Addres A.B.Y.Z., post- office, Macleocl, Alta. 195-6 TO newlv furnished i rooms to rent. Apply H. J. Collier On the 26th of, July the wedding of! H.A.McKillop's or 2nd occupied Mr. Elie Tivmblav. of Minhedosa. _. -r, took place to Miss Bernadette of this city. With a spe- Crabb 'of Lonaon no-6 cial character of soleranitv the cere- LOANS FAiRM Life mony took place at Si. Patrick's Insurance Company are .prepared to Church, and the nuptial benediction j Ioans on on very reason- 'able terms. T. E. Patteson, Eva Irt-7ic Walton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. R. 'Wnlu.n. of was given by Rev. Father A. A. Bert- rnd. parish priest. The newly couple left on n trip to Seattle and Vun- TENDERS FOR TELEPHONE BUILD- ING Lethbridge, SEPARATE SEALED TENDERS, registered and addressed to the Dep- uty Minister of Public and indorsed "Tenders for Telephone Building, Lethbridge" will be receiv- ed up to 12 o'clock, noon, Saturday August 7th, for the supply of all plant, material, .labor, and 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 trie Heating. Metal Work. Wiring. Plans, specifications and contracts may be seen, and forms of had 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 ceni'J of the tender. The cheque of the successful .bid- der, if any, will be retained until" .the necessary contract is executed, -and a Bond in the form of a cheque to the amount of 20 per cent, of the tender is received. The cheques of the unsuccesful bid- will be returned within, three days after" the execution of the con- tract. The right is reserved to reject any or all bids or waive any defects. JOHN STOCKS, Deputy Minister of Public Works. rhere'g not a Flaw In R Pall or .Tub of EDDY'S FIBRE- %V7 A DH? One Solid, Hardened, Luting nut, without Hoop or Seam. Many other Exclusive Features Yours, too. whc-t you Positively Persist in getting Eddy's. All Good Orocers can supply yon., fe Cintfa, aik for IOIt'1 WE CAN SELL YOUR LAND FOR We can sell your land at Dated at prices that can't be beat. We can j third da? of Jul-v sell you good land from up to per aero, in any quantity from one quarter up to as much 150 sec- 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. Empire Land Co., upstairs in Ott Block, P.O. Box 60. Phone 394. 181-0 this twenty- MISCELLANEOUS WANTS 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 REGULATION! Any person who IB sole betel ol a family, or any male over 18 yean old, may homestead a qaarier-tectioo coba, .Saskatchewan or Alberta. applicant must appear in person at the Dominion Lands Agency or 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 eaeb of three years. A homesteader may live within nine miles of hit home-. stead on a farm of at least 80 acres solely owned and occupied by him of ESTABLISHED -1854 Merchants Bank of Canada HEAD OFFICE. MONTREAL Paid-up Capital Reserve and Undivided Profits AccouiKS of Merchants, Farmers and Ranchers Solicited Drafts Money Orders Letters of Orwlit Savings Bank Department Lethbr.ige Branch- CoaHalc Block, Rcdpafh St. TENDERS FOR HAY TENDERS will be received up to fche 10th day of Ausrust for the sup- ply of 250 ton? first quality baled tim- othy hay. Tender may be for whole j by hia father, mother, aon, daughter, or any part of above quantity. Hay brother or sister. to in Lethbridge as re- In certain district? a homesteader j quirod before March 15th next. j in good standing may pre-empt a Box 546. hbridgo Post- j quarter-section alongside bis office 195-8 stead. Price per acre. Duties, -Must reside six months in eacn i NOTICE I years'from date of bomectetui i entry (including the time required to I NOTICE i? hereby given that every owner or occupant of land in the city i of Lethbridge shall destroy all nox- j ions wwds thereon within 10 days of j this notice. Anyone neglecting to do so will be prosecuted find liable to a j fine not and costs. JOS. GILLESPIE. 191-6 earn homestead patent) and fifty acres extra. A homesteader who exhausted NOTICE TO TRAVELLING PUBLIC', If you want to to the open; i house on time 146. Our up 1 to h.'ick? wii; you there on! tinn-. his homestead right and cannot ob- tain a pre-emption may take a pur- chased homes lead in certain Price 13.00 per acre. reside six months in each of Chief of Police, i years, cultivate fifty acres and a house worth S300.00. W.W.CORY. Deputy Minister Inter i nnt bf. .iJ ;