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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 27, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Lethbridge Daily Herald. Monday, .Tune 27.1010. 10 Acre Garden Tracts Irrigated and guaranteed to be trie best on the market Duff Addition Lots ose m, and will be on sewer and water in 60 days. All Cl for sale at Dry Weather Prices 3 Modern 'Residences For sale at Bargain rices "LETHBRIDGE MAXWELL MCERSON Alberta Block. Let a Herald Want Ad. Work For You and You Will Find It the Bett Little Servant You Ever Had In Employ V 1 T 1 Manuville, Alta., June 22. The Premier drove over Irrna to-day and addressed au afternoon meeting! at Scoisiowu. As usual at.day 25 cents per insertion when not 'exceeding 35 words 6 insertions LOO Please Pay in Advance LAND FOR SALE SITUATIONS VACANT cut load lots of. sheaf'wheat for e.vbibkku. FOR BAi.lOIN. CARDSTON -.vi-'TPu A to i i DiSTKlCT-Tuke a run dowu and set If ests ol the. people oi the province he WINTJ3H LANDS-The Card- must'decline to say anything thatlgton District, the lew districts would indicate to the thejin the s West where Winter Wheat is would indicate to the company i intention of tbc government. This j declaration, was received with perfect satisfaction. W. F. PuGer, M.P.P., oi Laeombe, cols- INTERNATIONAL EMPLOYMENT AGENCY Office Next Eureka Theatre 2 grader foremen, per month and board. 40 teamsters, 135-1-10 per month and board.; 1 camp cook per month, aid board. cookees, 3 dishwashers, per 6 waitresses, I25-J40. 20 miners, union wages. 30 carpenters. 60 laborers, per day Wanted work for 2 32-horse engines, also ploughing per acre, steam outfit. NOTICE furnish help for com- panies, contractors, fanners, and business men, Give us a trial. ALBERTA A B. C. EMPLOY- MENT AGENCY; 120 Round Street Phone 365. P.O. Box 2037 J. M. Henderson EYE SPECIALIST Wright's Jewelry Store Lenses ground on the prem- ises. Evenings by appointment. Office 2-5 The Tcmll Flora] Co. STORE GREENHOUSES Cor. Ashmead Dufferin Sts. Phone 577 HOUSE PLANTS, CHOICE CUT FLOWERS LETTUCE AND CUCUMBERS Wedding Boquets and Funeral Flowers made up in the most artistic manner. Cadillac '91' and the celebrated Brush AUTOMOBILES Sold by T, -1 Ml MISSIONS WERE DISCUSSED Wesley Church Ser- vices in Charge of Laymen yesterday was Day at Wesley church when practicaliv all weakens the Opposition caropa gn. 'both the morning ana evening serv- rr ices were taken by them. It was the occasion of the annual missionary ap- plete confidence in Premier Sifton's ability to untangle the troubled ques- tion in a way entirely satisfactory and to the very best interests of the province. Six at Conservative Meeting J. R. Mclntosh Edmonton, spoke at Orbindaie for J. G. Clark, the Conservative candidate, last night. Six were present, one ol whom was a Clark supporter. Mr. Pufier spoke for Premier Siftoa. A. F. Ewing and J. R. Mclniosb went home to-day. Reports of the campaign are gener- ally satisfactory. Owing to it being the busy season there is little local enthusiasm and the departure of the Edmonton Conservative speakers FOR SALE new express or t very wagon, good for heavy or light work and one high seat b.uggy. Apply JMcltzer Furniture Co. 413 Rouml St. 1RK.K sires a position where only a fen' hours' work a day is required. Applv! Box 12, Herald, iCO-3 W'A IJTED-j Hod path'.St. housomji.ul. Apply'812 FOIi curs hay and oats.- Apply J.F.Rodgers, 1'ed and sale sta- bles. iMwcea Wood and Smith Sts. 1GC-G FOR A team Jicavy horses, to assist with housework on two miles from town Iofa-0 j young, also wagon and harness' with i city license. 123-i Ford St.' 1C3-G ui n. un i wo nines irom own, must be reliable. Applv Hox l'OK driving horse in city 11 PO iru- fivo ycars old' ctty Fast ami .r-V-. citizens' Lumber Co. 1C1-0 a svcoess this year. also have splendid mixed farming, propositions. Come and see for yourself. One hun-. dred and sixty to three thousand acre I capable of FOR geldinu 4 niri tracts improved lands. The Card-Har- writing at least 100 words a idiimte: weight sof ns Land Co., Limited. 162-26 hy letter stating-experience "to jcoiirtlaud St. p 'Box 11 Herald cilice. 157-0 LOTS FOR SALE ________________________ ___ to do house-work FOR fine lots in Park- and cooking. Musi be qualified. Good dale, for quick sale, half cash, 3' and 6. mouths. Apply Box 271, city. 153-Ox Goal, Ice and PRAYING Western Transfer Co. LONG BROS.Proprietors Office next Arcade President Johnson, of tne Ameri- can League has approved the release by Boston, .of Pat Donahue, to Toron- -to.- MUSKRAT ANT> COYOTE '-SKINS WANTED In Halimited quantities; also hides of all kinds. All hides should show brauds. your shipments promptly. J. Young 405 Smith St. peal. The main addresses were given j by T. AV. Quayle, editor of the Clares- holm Review, and E. Michener. M.P, P. of Red Deer. Both addresses were strong, eloquent statements-regarding work. Owing to the ex- tremely hot weather the audiences were not as large as usual but the contributions to the 'missionary fund amounted to over Dr. W. S. Galbraith" was chairman at tlie morning service and George .Whelen read the scripture lesson. Mr. Quayle in his address discussed three reasons why laymen should support the missionary cause. The lowest of these is that it is good business and he graphically told of the immense trade that, will come to this country when by the influence of the missionary the Orientals are taught to use Canadian breads tuffs and other products. From a patriotic stand- poini, the laymen of this country should da all they can to help the church -in its work of assimilating the influx of foreign population to this country. From a spiritual standpoint, missions are a part of a man's relig- ion. It is a pan of Christ's work and a man Who believes in Chris: must be interested in this work, and if so will derive the benefit.: After the close ol this interesting address, O. D. Austin made the appeal to the congregation for siibscriptioas. At the evening service W. Xee- lands presided and Jordan read the scripture lesson. Mr, Michener's ad- dress was devoted largely to an ad- vocacy of missions from a national standpoint. Religion is xthe dominat- FIRST WOMAN TO BE HONORED BY YALE New Haven, June Jane Ad- dams, president of the National Con- ference of Charities and Corrections, and 'head of Hull house, Chicago, was one of the recipients of the honorary degree of master of arts conferred at the annual commencement at Yale today. Miss Addams is the first woman up- on whom the university has conferred an honorary degree, and in presenting it for her, Professor Perrin of the university referred to her social settle- ment work, Hull house; M TUe mart extensive and imponant social settle- ment in the United States." James J. Hill, chairman p.? tbe board of directors of the Great North- ern railroad, was given a degree of doctor of laws. FOR 27 and 2S, Bartlett St., block D., Terms or 12100 :ash. Apply Box 327, Lethbridge. '156-0 THE BEST BUY ON THE Two lots on Courtland St., Nos. 6 and 7 In Blk. 123, just east of Westminster Road. Have water and sewer. Price the pair. Apply to owner, E. T T.McGregor, 1229 Dufferin St., Box 387. wages to right person. Apply Box Herald. FOR SALE OR REN'iV-4 roomed col- tage, 'J37Modgman street; Apply al- ter (5 p.m. ics-O also a boy for general work. Apply 812 Uodpatl'. St. FOR black horse, weight about 900 also nearly new harness and nearly now democrat. Apply Thomas Mills, Torraiice Ave., N. W.. 65-'J good carpenters' at once. Apply Jas. Patterson, Diamond City. Alta. 104-3 servant girl at once. Good salary. Apply 1221 Bornpas St. 166-0 good general servant. _______________________________ Small family. Wages per month. C P R HOLIDAY RATES j Apply Mrs. C. W. Gray, 542 Round St. Dor Dominion Day, July 1st, the Canadian Pacifil Railway Company announce a. rate of fare and one-third for the round trip. Tickets will be oh sale June 29th to-July'1st inclus- ive, final'return.limit'July 4, 1910. THE" LIQUOR LICENSE ORDINANCE Application for Trans- fer of Hotel License 165-O TO RENT TO from room for one or two, use of telephone. Bruce St., Riverview, Apply 292 166-1 FURNISHED fy rooms, electric light, piano, water, month- ly. Apply 10 till 3 p.m.; 6 till p.m. 821 Crabb Street'. 166-G TO furnished room for geiitlemen. Ail liiodern con- Apply new Roy- venlences, close in. Apply 511 Crabb al Bank Building. 164-1 I St 186-1 SITUATIONS WANTED by grocery clerk experienced, good references. Apply, Box 30 Herald. 163-6 TO' Warehouse 28 x 20' ply G32 Crabb St. FO'R SALE S.rooroe'd house and barn on Dufferin Street, be- Iw'een'.Bartlett St. and Westminster Road. Lot 40 x 225 it. Terms. En- quire Pioneer Lumber Co. 418 Round St. 164-6 Application has been made Messrs. Alex, R. Wallace, John S. Ogil- vie and William A. Maefarlane for con- sent to the transfer to themselves of the license granted to Thos. A. Under- wood in respect to the Grassy Lake Hotel situate on Lots 21 to 24, inclus- ive, in Block II, according to a plan of of Grassy Lake of record in the _ HOUSE FOR and Land Titles Off ice for the South Al- berta Land Registration Dtftrict as 4555S, Grassy Lake: If necessary this application will be house, cellar, drain, wired for light, double lot, Torrance avenue, North Ward. Small cash payment, bal. per rao., int. S p.c. Ay- TO 5 roomed cot- tage, bath room, sewer, etc, Apply Crabb St. TO rooms In'fully1 modern house. Apply 615 Round St.- TO. furnished front room. Apply 12CO Courtland St. 1C6-O FOR hall suitable for dancing hall, pool room, lodge room or any other purpose. Apply Meltzer Furniture Co., 413 Round St. 112'torrance Ave., or P; 0 Bos j FOR roomed furnished cot- laHt-: 1-lo-OX fjijro nl) mmTarrt n f LIMti LIME! Buy the reliable Summit Lime from tlie Summit Lime Crows kept in stock locally, by the following Lumber Yards only: ROGERS-CUNNINGHA3I; SOUTH ALBERTA; CITIZEN'S; STACEY ing influence in the development of the destiny of a nation. The present opportunity in Canada for the church J low- through; If the lly is on A Substitute for Golf. An excellent substitute for golf is swatting flies. Although it does not take one into the open air, it pro- vides more excitement The full course may be played'over in a nine room apartment, playing from parlor to kitchen and back.again, but good sport may be had in a six roomed flat} In'a'lively- two-some yesterday ive halved all but one room with; our on- ponent, took the match, one up; .j Four or five wire slapsticks, of j varying shades and widths are all I the clubs that are required, and the foiiowing suggestions may be useful to those who wish to take up-the new sport: It' ihe fly is on the table top or a broad surface, a mashie may be used. If on a curtain use the driver and fol- low through with a stroke; this-being the only chance 'to employ the fol- FOR 6 r com od cottage 912 Bufdett St.; an S roomed house, bath, room and pantry, cloise in North Ward- also a store and five .living rooms to 143-ox tago, ail modern conveniences for 4 months. Apply 526 Glyn St. 1G6-6" considered by the Board of License .rent in Kennedy Block. A snap. Ap- Commissioners at a meeting to be V-ly.'..to T. Kennedy, Kennedy Block, held at Lethbridge -'on' Friday, July 22nd, 1910, at 10 o'clock ami. day of June. 1910. North- "Ward. 162-6 24th FOR good houses in Mac- one. a six roomed. florae j the .other- four roomed cement Tf, TO Furnlsnei; rooms, large double to rent, .Majestic theatre. Ap- ply -Mrs. ri. Cleveland, on premises. 97-0 TO in'Acadia building. Apply on premises to the C. B. Bow- man agency. ;A- Y- j the-other four roomed 'cement _____, 166-1 .Acting Deputy Attorney a good stable and chicken house. is a tremendous one. -He eloquently told of the greatness of Canada and or expensive wall paper take the nib- lick. This is a difficult shot, as the spoke of the gre-at iiue of Immigra-1 uy musr tie lifted clear of the -wall, tion coming to Canada. The founda- yet struck with force sufficient to ,tions of righteousness must be laid if this country is to fulfil the destiny Three Cars WOOD FIBKE PLASTER.and Car PRESSED BRICK just unloaded. BEST SCREEN DOORS on the market. Try one. OUR STOCK OF LUMBER is laijge and dry. The .best, of everything at lowest prices. Do not forget the best place to buy building ma- terial. t! Cfen's Lumber Co., Ltd. Yard Office Phone 362. Baroness Road. Gen'l Office Phone 334. God intends it should. Men and -mon- ey are needed to accomplish this work. There is a national responsibility in the work of foreign missions in so far as one nation depends rnore or less on all. others. The Orient must be evangelized in self-defence to avoid a real yellow pcriL In concluding he appealed to the men invest their money in the Kingdom of God and draw eternal interest. It is as great a question to [our attention, know how to spend money as it is to l know how to get. it. Dr. Galbraith in making the appeal to the congregation spoke of the urg- stun him, after which he is holed out with the putter. If the fly is on the side of a valu- able vase or other bric-a-brac, the put- ter and a delicate wrist are required. The swing must be checked the in- stant the 'fly is crushed and before the club reaches the china. A cof- fee cup, such as is found in a quick hmchery, is a good thing to practice on. in fact, that is just the place to practice putting. We shall be pleased to publish the scores of any matches that come lo ency and the consistency of the miss- ionary enterprise. At each service the pastor. Rev. T. P. Perry offered the prnyer and spoke briefly on tho subject day, of the WILL SEND REGSMEMT TO LONDON Montreal, June It was announc- HONOR FOR MONTREAL June Dr. Sy- monds. vicar of Christ Cathedral. Montreal, now the AVorld's Missionary Congress at Edinburgh, received a signal honor in nn invita- tion to preach next Sunday at St. Margaret's, Westminster, known as the Parish Church of tho House of Commons. ed today by Mr. Rodolphe Forget, Hon. Lieutenant-Colonel the S5th Ilegiment of Montreal, that he would send the whole regiment to London next year at his own expense to re- present the French-Canadian people at the coronation, of King George. It is figured that this trip will cost some 5.000. Tea, coffee and cocoa imported in- to the United States in 1909 amount- Jed to against in 18P9. John Xelson, managing director of the Times Printing ,ind Publishing Co. resigned his position to accept a similar post in Vancouver as editor of the News-Advertiser, recently pur- j chasod fey J. S. H. Matson from Hon. I F. L. Carter-Cotton. WE COLLECT RENTS COTTAGE >lyn cash. COTTAGE Torrance Ave., 5 rooms, 51950, 1-3 cash. COTTAGE Torrance Ave., 5 rooms, 5200 cash, balance monthly payments. HOUSE Ashmead Si., modern, cash. HOUSE lots. 2 COTTAGES Bartlett St.r I2S50, 1-3 cash. each on a 66xflG lot with plenty of good water. Price with a "good lot close by Terms cash. Apply! G. E. Watson, Macleod. good uarn, capable of g four horses. Apply S. M. Brook, 402 Westminster" Road North. 162-B i LOST AWD M. D. TO opposite Herald' office on Crabb St, formerly occupied' by Empire Cafe.'Apply McClure Stewart Agency. 146-0 Reward Herald office. iven for return to 166-6 LOST black cov.- branded SX with quarter circle over the S. Re- turn to Wm. Rowbofham, Royal Col- lieries, and get ?1C in reward. 1C6-G cup off one of wheels of fire wagon. Finder return to Fire Hall No.'l. 1C4-O FOR St., a j store basement, full This .building is new and first-class io every way. Basement has cemenr floor and walis 9 ft. Second storey can also be had if desired. Ten rooms furnished in first-class shape. Every- thing new. This a good proposition roan colt, bald face, three years old, branded X on right shoulder, wire cut on leZ; .fore leg. :Vo, 9. I-Till for. good roan. Apply to Joe owner. Fong, 156-24 TO furnished house, all modern conveniences. Bom pas St- East. Apply Eastern Townships Bank! 15S-O 7 HOUSES Argyle Ave., terms. modern, easy Houses in every part of the city. Finest list of Building lots in the City. Phone 544 Our Car VVHI'Gail'for You Ifie Oowsiey McMiilen land tepanj Suite 205 Shedock Building WE COLLECT RENTS watch, plain case inscrib ed chain attached. Will please call at Herald office. 4S-oy TO with an acre of and, per month, or will sell 4 lots and the house, price ?140.0. J. Barrow Diamond City. information leading to recovery of one yearling bay mare, bald face, branded over T on left shoulder. H. W. Taylor, Magrnth, iAJta. 161-6 HOUSES FOR and semi-modern. The Dowsley-McMillan LOST OR filled Hunt- ing Case Watch Noi'615-S270 Hampden movement 17 .Tewel No. 1141664. Re- ward of given for recovery. No- tify S. -fones, Westminster' School. 6-J-3 runaway, southwest of ele- vators: a buggy cushion, side curtains, rubber lap rug and 2 wrench- es, l.for outside burs one for in side burs. Finder please leave at the Windsor Hotel, or notify Wm. Driver, Bowvillc. 1S5-C John Simon, a well-to-do n of St. Catharines, says he will leave j Canada, and go to Buffalo, because his James has been refused ad- mission to the country. Tenders WANTED Contracts to seed or disc on fann. Any amount from 100 to acres CHAS. RJSH Bow Island, AJta. MISCELLANEOUS, WANTS. PARTNER well 'estab- lished brokerage and re.il estate b.tis- iness in prosperona country town 40 miles from Lethbridge. Capital" re qmred for further development of .val- uable agencies. Apply Leth bridge Herald. 166-i FOR passenger touring city n.nd country trips. Competent chauffeur. Terms reasonable. Apply National Land Co., Room f. Hill BIk Land Company. 161-0 FOR suite of offices on Round street, splendid location, also C roomed bouse close in to rent. 'Apply' Illinois-Alberta Realty Co., rooms 1-4. Johnson block. Round street. 162-0 TO REXT-Officfs in the Shepard Block, Round -St. Apply to the C. B. Bowman Agency. T63-O TO room for gen-'' tlcmen, modern house, teleplione, etc Apply 42') Bartlett ifin.rt MONEY TO and Insur- ance on farm and city property. Ap- ply the Southern Alberta Loan and Investment Co.. ill Dufferin street, Bryan Phono 103L 166-0 MONEY TO made ar- rangements to get capital direct from England, position to quote- terms that -win surprise you. Come and see us when you want money to Ray for that new house of yours, make n specialty of city and farm loans, also fire and life insurance. Em- pire Land Co., Ott Block, Phone -Hi. Tenders will be received by the nn- dersigned until the 15th of July, for tl'p sale of the described land, for cash. X. E. 1-4 Section 4, Township S, Rso 15. 6 miles northeast of River lion, 161 acres. Tenders to be ac- oompanied by 10 por cent, of cheque. The highest or any tender not necessarily accepted. Siibjc-ct lo the agreement of sale of the Alberta Rail- way and Navigation Co. Tenders to be forwarded to Easton Co., Lethbridgrju -ftsp E. .WANTED 20 or 25 teams to haul 'grravei to the City side Walks. Steady work all summer. No li- cense. Apply REDPATH ST. W. and roomers. For terms apply to Mrs. S.M.Brooks, 402 Westminster Road North 120-0 BOARDERS or three men to board at 524 Glyn. Good meals. MoiTern home. Responsible parties only. Close in. Phone 1080. 1.66-6 WANTED TO from owner on easy terms, a fully modem 6 or 7 roomed house, or building lot on Courtland St., or vi- cinity. Apply to Box 41, Herald Of- i fice. 149-0 and stores to clean after six. Cleaning rcork by the A. C. Dodd, Gen. Delivery. 165-2 the dandy shoemaker, makes and repairs boots and shoes at. his shack on William street, soutt of the .tar.fr, near West- minster, lowest prices, best mater- ials; will call and deliver any part of Lethbridge; mail orders prompt- ly attended to; a few sample boots and shoes for sale cheao. 158-26 ROBERT SAGE che Picture Framer' Receives Every Day at the RED CROSS DRUG 4. BOOK STORE ;