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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 10, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta PAQC FOUR tilt LtTHBRIDCrfE .0X1LY HERALL, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER >0, R. A. WRIGHT The City's Leading Jeweler Established 1898 BALKS OFFICIAL RAIL- ROAD STANDARD WATCHES We are the Sole Agents from Fernie, B.C., to Medicine Hat, Alta.r for these High grade Watches. Get our booklet on Ball Watches i telling why the Ball Watch is a High Standard. We also carry the HOWARD Watches and all other standard makes. R. A. WRIGHT The City's Leading Jeweler Established 1898 of the CITY AND DISTRICT is ihe last day o! the turned with a goodly share spoils of the hunt. Xomfohr and Ellert's people _...... x visited at Bishop and Harvey's sale at Nelson and Cows. Sunday, who live about three Satmxlay the store was crowd- east of Warner. The day was all day and tomorrow ed-in honor of Miss Anna Bishop, i doubt be a record breaker, who is a recent arrival' in Alberta. have not been there get busy The Misses May and Mable Soice will no If vou Mr. Casskly, 0( Shannon Bros, and is. in'the city. Smith and linn have the contracts for the public schools at Raymond and Ma- of are enjoying a week's visit Cassidy, contractors out at the homes. Catholic services will be .liold at the section houso in- Milk River next Sun dav. BUSINESS CHANGE .The Staci-y Lumber; Co. ara supplying the maU'nals. NOTICE Church of Christ Church of Christ or Christian Church whose members .are com- mouly Disciples of Christ living in LeLhbridge or vicinity are requested fo commu- nicate "with Bro C'S. Farrow Lethbridge Steam Laundry, giving The railroad men are congratulat- yOUr as he has an import- ing R. A. Wright, the jeweler for so- j communication for each of you i curine the agencv for the celeoratoc -TIT i Ball watch, mad; in Cleveland, Ohio, in connection with church Alberta Christian Missionary Society modern' conveniences. B. G. c-o Herald. LadV. Box W. R. Dobbin Co. Dissolve Partner- j Mr_ has the for j ship and Form Two Firms ithis high grade .railroad timekeeper The 'real estate linn of W. Ii. Dob- j from Fernie; to Medicine Hat. bin Co. have dissolved after carry- j Principal Hamilton of .the public ______________ in" on a And successful business schools states that it is not the in- since the company was organized. Mr. tention of the schools to admit any WANTED-A room, centrally located, Dobbin is retiring from the firm on j more beginners after Monday, either account of personal interests.-if t the Central School or Westminster farming, etc., which demands greater part of his time. Messrs. Cook. Sharman. and Jack have tak- c-n all the interests of the old firm' with its assets and liabilities. and have formed a new company lave iRvthiaf to icll or rent place it it this II WMI use columi. OJM 1 for SI SITUATIONS VACANT and machine men wanted at Royal Collieries. 228-6 LOST LOST OR 8TOLEN-A halter and aOO feet chain taken from a cow beloni- ing to J. H. Wallace. Finder will please return to J. H Wallace. Bur- dett St. v 196-0 wtch "with..chain attached. tReward, for returnv'to; Herald Office. 227-31 .chain attached. g. Skin and Grief 3 2; 0. Wood, bl. on took the half and the 3-4. watch with chain attached. Lost between Hudson's Bay Co. stor- es and Herald office. Reward for re- turn to Herald office. 228-3 boy to drive delivery one who knows the city. Hick Co. the Schools. All children'.starting: school jnust therefore be on hand Monday. TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS first class delivery man. Must know the town well. Apply BOARD AND one or two quiet gentlemen. Call at yellow house on Rainess Road. North Ward. 227-6 ROOM AND For two sober, none other need apply. 1222 Fisher St. 229-6 R. F. Hay ward, who resigned the which, will be known as the Leth- j position of general manager o? the bridgft-Weyburn Realty Co. Mexican Light and Power Company, will "carry on a general real estate Jin leaves tonight for Van- loan, ami insurance business and will j where he has accepted the shaiv the- offices of Mr. Dobbin in the general managership of the "arrangements for practical- Southard Block temporarily, until j Canada Power Company or Slave j unlimited0 amount of capital to their ground floor offices in'the-Tohn-I Lake, B.'C. j placed :iu Lethbridge, and sur- ston Block next door south of the J.'F. Ritchie, prominent Halifax rounding District. Balmoral Hotel are ready for occupa- j lawyer, is coming to St. John, N.B.. TO LOAN _____ Our Mr. Bjorkblad has just return- f the Western ed from a trip in the where Loans city. property, which will be about October 1st. to defend C. Bruce MSDougall. the payment per cent. Mr. Dobbin will continue to buy.aai sell citv real estate aii-d farm lands publisher of Free Speech. None of the prominent New Brunswick law- monthly Straight Loans on. improved 'farms; loans lands; loans o11 agreements sell city real estate aii-a larm lanes uie prominent .ULW- on lands; loans pn agreements and will retain the old stand in the 'yers would have, anything to do''with j of sale, and loans on second mort- Southard Block. 'the defence of this case, so strong is All these gentlemen are well known the oppositiom to MeDougfrll. old timers in the district and It is stated that the of the holding responsible positions before forming their late partnership. Each has made many personal 'and business friends since and will continue to be favored with" a large share of i real estate business of the city and district. body of W. Hendrie at Sarnia, shows that he received a fatal gash in the throat by failing- on a bedsteadand not by being- stabbed. CONTRACTORS, I all kinds of repairs. Good work When you want money, be sure to call on us. Ph0ne 394. EMPIRE LAND CO., 224-15 Ott Block. Box 13. Herald Office. 228-0 WANTED "AT black- smith. 'Must be a good horseshoer and woodworker.' State experience and wages. Peter, McLaren, Blair- more, Alta. 228-2 servant. Apply Mrs. A. E. Easton, corner Courtland and Round Streets. 227-6 general .servant. Mrs. Fred Kenny, 317 Bartlett St. 27-6 WANTED AT Agood general servant. "Wages per month. Ap- ply to Mrs. E. G.; Hazell, cor. Bur- dett and Courtland 'Sts. '226-6 servant Apply Mrs. R. E. Sherlock, 1258, Bompa-s FOR SALE-r-Two lots in Block 93. Price each, 1-3 cash, balance in 4 and 8 months, bridge P. 0. Apply Box 327 Leth- 228-O A section three miles aouth west of Lethbridge. 65 acres improv- ed, house, stable, and barn. Apply A. M. Matulis, Real Estate, Broker, Room 4, Bryan Block, Phone 218. 225-0 FOR new 5 room house in North Ward for less than cost of house. Two lots. Small cash pay- ment. Balance on time. W. H. John son, Room 5, Bryan Block. 225-0 FOR room house on John St. NO- 3. Apply Box 1660> Leth- '._ 224-6 FOR SALE new-seven roomed fully modern house on Ccutts near new'Central School. Apply P MacMurphy, -Mgr. South Alberta Lum ber Co., Phone 225. 200-0 St. 226-0 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE. FOR and lot on John St., No. 3 and house and lot orx Gill St. Also four. mares -and colts, five weather MILK RIVER Milk River, Sept. It's country that can produce like this and so much, of it. Michaelis -and sons started threshing cm their farm yesterday. Tomfohr Bros, will begin next week. was, a. big prairie fire raging about; twenty miles east of town yes- terday but have not heard whether much damage was. done or not. Tine truss is now being put on the new railroad bridge which is making It again look natural- The old bridge which was washed down the stream about twenty also been removed and with the new wag- to'look pretty well 'slicked aloncj the river. All it lacks yet are a cou- ple ot factories arid mills 'which are sure to come- in the near future. The Milk River Mercantile Co. had an addition, built on to their al- ready spacious store and will use the front for the drug business and the back .as a sort of store room. This will give them more room jjx the main for the display of their com- plete stock of general merchandise. Oscar FitzMaurice, W. A. Sattertee, H. Quinn, and .Albert Nelson were out on a. duck hunt several days last week around the numerous lakes on the Milk River Ridge, about .thirty gon bridge in. we think its beginning miles west station. They re- AEROPLANE USED i BY EDMONTONIAN j Edmonton, Sept. of j Edmonton were startled to see flying high over their houses; an airship carrying a full grown man. The me-j chanical bkd hovered about- time, floating hither thither, andj then settled down near "the home .Reginald Hunt. Mr. Hunt had been for three yeans to perfect liis airship and his flight 'crcrwned his efforts with success.-. .'Mr. Hunt, who is; a carpenter by occupation, is of a jnechanical of mind, and has: already attained a J reputation as an amateur inventor.! having designed several useful labor saving devices.-; About three years ago he became deeply" interested in ;the problem of aerial navigation and every spare moment he- has .applied himself to the task of designing an aeroplane or. aero slider. The ma- chine used is his own invention and j made entirely by his, own-hands., guaranteed. Prices right and quick j 3 year old steers, wagon t i V TT _____: n rtrtA work. Apply G. del., Lethbridge K. Gonst, gen. j A.pply John Zouki, Jfo. 3. 229-6 i _______ 229-6 I FOR foot awning in front orders lor araying of of Sage's former stand, all kinds 'promptly attended to., R. Sage. John Block. 212-2G 217-0 HELP experienced in. railroad location; lev- el topographer and draughts- man. State experience and age. Ap- ply to James B. Clinton, Lundbrecky Alta., c-o'Windsor Hotel. 226-6" men, carpenters and la- borers for'-elevator construction. Good wages. Apply to C. 0. Erickson, 226-4 Girl- for, general house- MISCELLANEOUS WANTS WANTED TO for milch ..cow. aid. Apply Bos: W., Hei- WANTED-One carload of ladies' and gentlemen's old clothes, shoes and old gowns. At once. Apply Moss, Box 94, Lethbridge. FOUNb work. Family of three. Must be first class and well recommended.. the eqnare on 'Labor ager of Bav Go. Day a brown leather purse contain- money: --.-Owner can wft R b-v voting at Herald ab5 paying for advertising. 226-0 lor laundry work. Apply Lethbridge 184-0 I LASTD SCRIP FOR or unlocated, in quantities from. 240 j bricklayers and, -one acres ;up. Terms cash. Correspond-1 mortar maker. Will pay 7Qc an hour CLARKE ar The Ladies' Store Phone 453 WE SELL FOR CASH Acadia Block Those Suits Stirring- Valites in Perfect-Fitting and most Dependable Shape-Keeping Models, made of Absolutely Pure Wool Materials A' this early in. the., season our ready-to-wear section is 'creating, a 'high-water, mark for values in beautifully 'tailored women's suits. The most charming creations in all sorts of fabrics- are-, here at. prices enticingly low. The -woman -whose dress al- lowance is limited, that sht- can purchase here to greater advantage than any place else in this -city; her suit, too, will be the most stylish and up-to-date to be found. A good example of our surpassing values is our splendid collection of 325.00 suits. They are made of ab- solutely pure wool material, prin- _ cipally plain and striped exquisitely trimmed, thoroughly tail-' ored and represent Fashion's last word for Fall Early'selection is always satisfactory in every way. A small deposit secures your choice till you are ready to take it avray. DONT DELAY Order your Suit or Overcbat Now Prices-1 from to Made to Measure only 500. patterns to choose from E. W. Kingston Begin Block Next door to the Bentley Co. Phone 417 Bos 1845 ence invited. F. E. -Moroney, 529-8th St, Edmonton, Alta. Phone 1996. 226-26 The University ol Alberta STRATHCONA, ALBERTA POTATOES FQK on three lots. Buyer to dig and cart away. What offers. Apply E. Faunch, c-o Herald. FOK second hand wag- gons in good condition, .also two sets Apply South Alberta of harness. Lumber Co. for Mr. Cassidy, Castle Hotel, Lethbridgs Friday or Saturday or apply Shannon Bros. Cassidy, Raymond, Alta''. TO TO iront bedroom, suitable for one or two gentlemen. Also one -back bedroom; both are tur- nishedV' Situated very close in. House has all modern conveniences. Apply LADY STENOGRAPHER-Firat class t present employed in Winnipeg but vishing West, desires, position in or round Lethbridge. Six years expef- references. Box E. Her- kl Office. to P. 0..Box 1333. Lethbridge. 229-3 FOR eteam hay baler, or will trade for good stock. Apply D. King, Golden West Realty Co. 25-6 FOR SALE OR small com- fortable house, semi-modern 'for sale or rent. Apply .R. H. Roberton. 1221 Courtland St. NEWSPAPER FOR Ross- land Miner, Rossland, lished semi-weekly. B. Established Matriculation Examinations begin September 21st. -Classes open Sep- tember 28th. Courses offered leading to the B. A. and B. Sc. degrees: Teaching will be given in 1909 in 1st, 2nd; 3rd- years in Arts and 1st and 2nd years in Applied Science. Calendars .on application. For particulars write the 'President of the" University. t The Mberta Restaurant Under new management First-class cook. Every- thing clean FOR room house, No. 416. partly furnished. Close in. Call at No. 420 Smith' St. 229-6 taken in or aone at private homes. Good work at reasonable rates. Mrs. Botham iorrance Ave., beside' railway 222-Ox _FOR section irrigated cul- tivated land 21-2 miles from Leth- bridge. Telephone and modern con- veniences. 60 acres in fall wheat. Al- so stock, machinery and household furniture for sale. Address Box A. P. Herald Office. 26-12 fourteen years. This is the only newspaper and printing business in Rossland., a city of with pro- fitable mines, .and a monthly pay roll (___________._ ...______ of The plant consists of .two, TQ spot for dairy. Large comfortably furnished rooms, well heated. Apply after 7 .to Mrs. Katie. Phalen, Guiness St. west of Athletic grounds. 226- Merganthalers, Cottrell cylinder, I three jobbers, and equipment suffi- ciently complete for am eight-page daily. .Will, cut out such machinery as is needed by purchaser. Plant is- operated by electric power. A promising opening to one or two prac tical men. Will take part payment in wheat land. Further particulars irour "Williaiu K. Esling, Rossland, .B. C. FOR or five well bred unbroken mares with foals. Apply Box 1301, Lethbridge. 228-6 FOR suitable for barns. To be removed at once off the premises. Apply John Brodie.28-6 Meals MAR TOM, Prop. 25c 'WANTED Poll Tax collector .for. fhe City of Lethbridge at a 20 per cent, commis- sion on "all taxes collected. The an- nual poll tax is for overy in- habitant of 21 years who has resided in the City for a per- iod of 2 months or more. Apply to the- under-signed immediately in writing. GEO. W, ROBINSON, NEW ARRIVALS IN NET WAISTS. EXCEPTIONAL splendid collection of newest styles just v- hand in models that. aTe to be the most fa- vored fox'the coming season; made of splen- did quality net in col- or! taupe wisteria, na.vy, champagne, and white, beautifully trimmed -with lace in- sertion and fine tuck- Saturday in the Dress Goods? Section Excellent Quality Suitings Going 41.00 Saturday is to be a busy day in the selling of new suitings for fall, if values count for anything, for better values In like goods were never in Leth- bridge. Pure wool poplins and Ven- etians in handsome shadow stripe effects, and medium Aj ml weight absolutely pure wool, I 44 to 48 in. wide; colors navy, III I green, taupe, cardinal, brown and black TAFFETA SILK AND SILK MOREEN UNDERSKJRTS. WORTHY Handsome undergar- ments for using with the new fall costume; made of splendid qual- ity taffeta silk in black only, and fine silk moreen in colors navy, brown, green, cream, sky, pink and black, extra deep, full sweep flounced, "well sewn and every one shaped to fit at the waist, band, the. same as an outer garment- Special Value We are still the usual serving GOOD MEAL at the COUOILE 1ESTIUIUKI Secretary-Treasurer. SCAVENGING TENDERS will be received by the undersigned up till the day of September, 1909, for "NIGHT SOIL SCAVENGING. Tenderers to state a fixed sum for the cleaning of the whole city; or under agreement at a rate per month, tenderers to supply teams and wasrons. GEO. "W. -ROBINSON, 22S-5 Secretary-Treasurer. pasture, shade" trees, 'river 'rontage, 9- roomed house, large barn, outbuildings. Close to city. per. month. Would consider a lease. Apply Box 65, Lethbridge. -I 226-6 TO Boom in pri- vate Apply 1210 Fisher St. TO and private room in Begin Block. Apply up stairs. 24-6 TO house in North Ward with one .fenced in. Appl Wylie, Bailey' St., next house to new frame school. 224-1 ROOM TO furnished front room in Duff Addition. Suit abte for one or two gentlemen ladles Land Co.. Ott Block 224-6 TO office suite of three rooms in Acadia building, Redpatl St Apply to The C. B Bowman Agency. 219-0 TO furnished house wit} modern conveniences. Availabl Sept. 12 next, inbotham. Apply John D. Hig 219-0 FURNISHED let, in modern house. Terms moderate. Ap ply Mrs. Jones, Round on -south St." third house from side of Brunt-o1 199-( bag contain- ng a sum of money and other arti- les Owner can have same by prov- ng property and paying for adver- isernent. Geo. Close, manager Brick Terra Gotta Co. yard. SITUATIONS WANTED POSITION WANTED-Well educated ady wishes .position of trust as cash- er or managress. Good references Apply Box M. S. Herald Office. 222-0 LOST OR STRAYED STRAYED-AbouV April 1st from our camp three miles, west ef Lethbridge three geldings. One dark bay ng about 1450 Ibs., branded P feft shoulder, left'.hind ankle'large light bay branded P left shoulder, weighing about 145U Ibs. One light- bay weighing about -1500 Ibs., slick foundered on front feet, somewhat lame, foretop and mane under col- lar shorn. All in good condition Thirty dollars reward for informa- tion that will lead to their recovers of the three, or for any one of them. Notify ;janse Bros., Camrose. Alta: 200-30; return of four mares, branded. LM .on-left shoulder; and ..seven geldings "branded 7L en- left hip. Notify A. A. Lethbridge, Alta. SQ9-0 WE CAN SEU_ YOUR LAND FOR your Jand prices that can't be beat. We-caifii1? you good land from up 116.00 per acre, in any quantity Iroin one.quarter .up 150 sec-v tioris in one block. Terins, of the purchase price and ttie" balance-in nine equal annual inetal- ments with interest at 6 per cent, on the unpaid balance. The Empire Land Co., upstairs in Ott Block, P.O. Box 60. Phone 394. 191-O SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any person wUo is nte sole head oJ family, or any male over 18 may homestead a quarter-section old. TO. and -w iToung men only. month. i Apply. Mrs. C. M. Holland, at head owing A. Easton Co. must be settled within thirty days owing to a change in the busi- ness. After October 1st, all outstand- ing accounts will be handed over to a solicitor for collection. 22S-6 ESTABLISHED 11854 Merchants Bank of Canadal HEAD OFFICE. MONTREAL Paid-up Capital........................... Reserve and Undivided Profits........- Accounts of Merchants, Farmers and Ranchers Solicited Drafts Money Orders Letters of OwlU Savings Bank Department Lethbnige Branch- CoaHalc Block, Redpath St. of new bridge. 223-Ox TO nicely furnished "suitable for" one or two gen- tlemen; or married couple or ladies. No. 1243 Bbmp'as St. east of Barracks. 227-0" FOR REM'r-Seyen roomed, house on Brunton St.' Three bedrooms, bath, furnace arid all modern conveniences. Possession can be had at once. Hatch Coons. Phone 159. 227-4 TO rooms. Also second hand baby carriage for sale. Second house west of ball grounds on of available Dominion land in Mani- coba, Saskatchewan or Alberta.1 The applicant must appear in person M the Dominion Lands Agency or Sub- Agency for the district. bj proxy may be made at any agency ter of intending homesteader. months' residence upon and cultivation of the land in each of three years. A homesteader may live within nine mllea of nia home stead on a farm of at leaet 60 owned and occupied by him or by his father, mother, son, daughter. brother or sister. In certain t homeatecdai in good standing .may pre-empt quarter-section-alongside hit stead. Price 13.00 per acre, -Must reside sue montha in eacn of six years from dale of homeatead entry (including1 the time required to earn homestead patent) and cultivate fifty acres' extra. Kiverview. 227-6 TO comfortable furn- ished room, suitable for two gentle- men. Smith St. Close in.