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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 14, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta i i 1 The Lethbridge Daily Herald, Tuesday, June LoU 1-2-3-i Block 20 Duff Addition, 112 each. Terms Lois 1-2 Block 21 Dull1 Addition, 01 feet frontage, each. Terms. Lots 09-70-71-72 Block 23 Dull1 Additoii, each. Terms, Lots 7 to 14, inclusive, Block 24.Duff Addi- tion, each. Terms. 51-52 Block 124. Two lots on Cutbill street just spulh ot Courtlaud street, S900.CO each, Terms. Lots in acre, Lot 7 Block 8; Xorth Waul, each. One-fourth cash, balance 8-G-9 months. Some good irrigated tracks within three miles of city, with all ditches in retitly for irrigating. Small cash payment, balance, over three years. Good seven-room house on MacDuu" street, large lot, plumbing all in ready for sewer. cash handles, balance very easy. Good soveii.rooni house on Gutbiil street. SI200 cash, balance easy. Seven-room house on Rogers street for SlOlJO cash, balance easy Fully modern 10-room house on Crabb street, on two lots. for. only 500 Balance arranged to. suit pur- These two lots alone are worth cash. chaser. "LETHBRIDGE INVESTMENTS" MAXWELL HELGERSON Phone 777 International Em- ployment Agency WANTED 50 men for railroad, per day. 100 men for railroad. Trans-' portation. 40 teamsters, and ?40.00 per month. 4 cooks, 125.00 per'month. .4 waitresses, to per month. Eureka Theatre Entrance J. M. Henderson EYE SPECIALIST Wright's Jewelry Store Lenses ground on the prem- ises. Evenings by appointment. Office 2-5 SERVANT WANTED In family 01 three persons, good wages and comfortable home .for right person. Ap- ply Mrs. L. Asquith, 719 Guin- ess Street. 151-0 W DTJSTLESS HOUSE CLEANING Vacuum Process LeUibriitye Renovating Co Tel. 687 NOTICE To Companies, Contractors. Business Men and Farmers, any help required. Give us a trial. ALBERTA A. B. C. EMPLOY- MENT AGENCY, Phone 366. P.O; Box 2037 Verandah Chairs have just unloaded a car of assorted furniture, including Verandah Chairs and Rockers in natural. Early English, and Green Finish; Parlor and Den Chairs, Rockers and Tables and other articles of fine furniture. Inspection solicited. many SHOW ROOMS 324 CRABB STREET. PHONE 483 LOCAL BUDGET A water sprinkler is ,at work on the streets of North Lethbridge now. A carload of Regal automobiles has been received by the Lethbridge-Wey- burn Realty Co., all oi which were disposed of before they arrived. Christine aged -19, the wife oi H. Wetzcl, of Coutts, died at that Place on Saturday, June llth. She was buried Monday. C. S. Fyie, travelling passenger ag- ent of the C.P.R., was in the city yesterday on one of his periodical visits. A. J. Irving, travelling representa- tive of the Masscy-Harris implement Co., returned on Saturday from a week's business around Cardston and Magrath. The body of Emil Ericksoh, the young harnessmaker, who was drown- while bathing at Carmaugay, was j brought into Lethbridge on Saturday i by Undertaker T. S. Fetter ly, and {shipped Sunday to Alexandria, Minn., for interment. The funeral took place Sunday-af- ternoon at 2 from the "resi- dence on Redpath to the public cem- etery of Francis Christy Thomas, the young man who died oi typhoid fever. on the Sth inst. A number of rela- tives and friends attended and the services were read by Rev. A. M. Gordon: of Knox church. Dr. F. H.. Mewburn denies that he -has sold lots three to eleven, block j thirty-five, the property on Redpath street between Burder.t and Coutts, on which his residence stands. The rumor which has again become cur- rent the past, few days to the effect that this valuable property has changed hands is incorrect. PONY EXPRESS TRANSFER CO. DELIVERY WAGONS AND DRAYS FIGGINS Props. OFFICE 41G Round 632 WHEN UNEEDUS RING UP 032 Trucks Dtored. Quick, Clean, Up-to-date Service. Trunks delivered to any parfbf the city 25c and 50c. MU8KKAT 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 81. IN NORTH LETHBRIDGE. The McKay street Baptist Chapel is now complete, and a Sunday school was organized there on Sunday. Miss Florence Gibson, Miss May Ractray. Miss Holmes and Mrs. Reid consti- tute the teaching staff at present. The pastor of the First Baptist church will preach at 4 p.m.. until other made.' The building though built by the Hev.'-A. J. Pros'ser on his own initia- tive has been purchased by the Home Mission Board of Alberta. A sixty-ton concentrator will be er- ected at Aurora mine at Moyie. Operations are being pushed ac- tively on the Ruth, Richmond-Eureka and Rambler-Cariboo mines at San- don. A Fresh Consignment of Screen Doors, best you evej saw. All kinds of Building Ma- terial, and only one place for the best. Citizens Lumber Co., Ltd. YardOffkePKone362. Baroness Road. Gen'l Office Phone 334. AT THE EUREKA A very good baritone soloist with a lady companion, singer and dancer, are the parties to the feature act at the Eureka this week. The gentle- man's singing is far better than that usually heard on the vaudeville stage, his powerful, musical voice making a most nleasing impression, each of his solos being greeted by enthusiastic ap- plause. The lady appears in various dances, some alone, some with the gentleman. The other "duo" consists jof a gent and lady in comedy and song with a portion of the act in the form of a comedy sketch. A series of pictures of "Tom Thumb" was a very _ good reproduction of the old fairy tale, Tom's journey through the air on the "7 league being one of the most amusing portions of the story. Let a Herald Want Ad. Work For You and You Will Find It the Be.t Little You Ever Had In Employ CALGARY-LETHBRIDGE REALTY CO. Room 2, Hill Block buys a new store with G roomed dwelling above, in first class condition, rented ami payiug over 25 per cent, on the invest mont. Terius. buys modern 7 roomed new house, ou William St. near Courtland St., a snap, cash, balance as rent. buys 3 corner lots on Round St., the best buy cash, balance ar- buys one of the best im- prover Quarter-section Farms in Alberta, within one mile of railway, well fenced, well watered, new tiouse aud barns, sheds, etc. 60 in wheat which goes with place. Small cash payment handles, balance to suit Look this up. 150.5 25 cents per insertion when not exceeding 35 words 6 insertions Please Pay in Advance in the city, ranged. CANADIA PRODUCT WINS OUT IN AUSTRALIA. -Montreal, June May 22nd the s.s. Rakai sailed from this port or Auckland, New Zealand, this be- ng the first sailing of the recently subsidised C. F. R. nne -from Mori- real to Australia and New Zealand. Part of the Rakai's cargo consisted of two carloads of "2 in 1" Shoe Polish made in Hamilton by F. F. Dalley Co.' This is the third shipment of "2 in 1" sent to Australia by che Dalley peo- ple within the last year. -The first sent; June Sth last year, consisted of ,000 gross, ihe second, sent No vein.' ber 2nd, consisted of gross, vaile the shipment just sent amounted o gross, or 221 7GO boxes This brings the total of "2iu 1" o Australia with in the year up to boxes. It would be hard to find a stronger "2 in 1" Shoe Pol- sh than 'that it should thus force its y to the ends'of the past almost prohibitive tariffs, against in-.-' trongest kind of competition British and other firms. A RICH HUNGARIAN. When Immigration Officers Asked for he Produced Montreal. June of- icers were surprised when .they ask- ed Jan Bergens, a Hungarian settler, :o show before he could proceed o the the man produced etters of credit for He arrived on the steamship Laur- entic as a third class passenger and CANADIAN Sailings ironi Montreal and Quebec Empress of Ireland........June 17tb Lake Manitoba on-----.....June 23rd Empress of Britain on ......July 1st Lafce Cbamplain on ........July 7th Empress of Ireland on .....July isih Lake Manitoba ...___......July 21st Empress of Britain on .....July 29th The Empresses will call at Halifax the day following departure from St. John. The Empresses will sail from Quebec at 3.30 p.m. after the arrival or special steamship express which leaves Windsor station at 9.45 a.m. on date of sailing. Passengers embart after 9.00 on day of sailing. All otber steamers direct from Montreal at dav- break. Passengers embark after eight o'- clock the previous evening. For tickets and all information, an-. Ply at C. P. R. passenger depot, or address S. B. MITCHELL, C. P. R. ig a farm. The Hungarian is the son of a rich family, and he travelled in the steer- age to be "near bis own. people and to'talk his native language. FOREMAN KILLED IN A BLAST FURNACE Sauk Ste. Marie, OnL, June Dan McLeod, a foreman of the blast furnace, was so severely burned that he cannot live, in an accident that took place owing to a slip at Blast Furnace No. 2T which went down un- expectedly, McLeod >eing in the way of the blast. McLeod is married and is thirty years of age. The railroad tunnel now being driv- en on the western border of the town of Princeton has been cut through a strata of coal. Auction Sale Household Furniture At 920, Arthur Street Duff Addition, on Thursday, June 16 at 1.45 p.m. At the above place and date I will sell public auction the foil owing- arti- cles. 3 beds complete 1, combination dresser 1 dresser and stand 1 dressing table 1 extension table 1-2 per acre if sold this week. CJrassy Lake Loan Realty Co., 115 Sherlock BEST BUY OF THE Sec- tion of good level laud, chocolate loam with clay loam subsoil, acres can be broken, house and small barn- air j There are 320 acres new breakln disced and ready for crop. This 7 1-2 miles from the thrivin FOR 5 passenger touring car, 30 horse power Maxwell. The Alberta Securities Ltd. FOR pony for sale. 4 years old, wel broken. Apply Easton's. Harness Shop. 154-0 HORSES FOR Span of geld- ings 5 and C years old, well matched, about 2700. Span of bay gelding and bay mare 5 and 7 years, well matched about 3000. Span of brown mares 4 and 5 years, about 2700. Span of brown mares 4 6 years, about 2600. Bay gelding, 5 years, weight 1500 Ibs. Bay gelding, 4 years, weight 1300. Road mare, .black; 5 years old, 15.2 hands, sired by Ora Wilkes dam, Geneva. 2. H; can step mile in 2.4U. Took first prize at Toronto Ex- hibition for road horses last fall and all the country fairs in the east. All horses are sound. If not sold this week all horses will be shipped out. Complete set of harness with each team, and light harness, belonging to road mare. Stable at G43 Burdett St. from 14 to 1C years of ago to work in the mailing department at the Herald office after four o'clock. 151-0 girl for' general Barons. the thriving town or Price, ?2y per acre; cash down ?5760, balance in three equal annual instalments. ivtoir, Baruus, Aita. Apply Grant 109-0 FOR term of years 320 acres irrigated farm, 2 1-2 miles' from eLthbridge, under fine state of cultiva- tion, to one who will buy our stock fur. nitftre and machinery. enclosinK A. Snell, Box 03. Lethbridge 143-O Residence 327 Ashmead St. "155-2 154-O waitresses Coaldale restaurant. at the 154-6 good table ironer, regula Dominion 12SO Ford St. 154-C able for mixed farming- stream through property; under cultivation. Price 00 per suit- runnijjg- one-tenth S- stock. has option of market district with a i pay roll of per month, a-- s apply to James if ANTED Gentleman hook-keeper State salary required 'and experience. Must give good references. Box" 3i Herald Office. Career, Lumlbreck, "-Alberta. 154-0 MISCELLAN6.OU3 "WANTS erences. Box 31, Herald Office. 154-O owners to list tneii property with us. Apply to the Im perial Development Ltd., Sher lock Building. Corner of Redpath and j Herald in North Glyn.