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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 25, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta FOUR 1HE CAILf HERALD. SATURDAY, 2H, UW9. EVERYBODY ENJOYS Magrath Proves Title To Name "Garden City" head of the stud is Jklalgienst, thojlurgoTy to the success, of the cattle gold medal stallion which is said to. show as tbcy_ had quite a herd of be one of the best brought over the their thoroughbred Hcrefords there us water. He is a government suuskliz-j well as H bunch of thoroughbred G-al- (Contihued from Page One.) j stallion and eligible to breed with, ion-ays. D. 1 inrVonftn4- "-ares. There wits noth- n ng Durhams ono horseman 01 Known 0 was hoard to remark, -They .are at tho fair to beat him. Thejhad some very civ thai .Mr. Bradshaw, creditable exninrc 01. out as nearly perfect hud the wm- and ull throe classes Dairy Mtii Vt'acA you anything to eel! or lo place is In !tii> column. If you want any tiling use ihis coluttin. 25c one ioseriion 6 insertions for SI Sold only in sealed lead packets At all grocers 40c, 50c, and 60c per pound J them last fall. One of (.hi- mares I first prize winner at some of! very line suckers, yearling and two-; eilement lor the largest fairs in France, those were shown. A feature of: boy. ithe horse show was the excellent j The poultry exhibit the- venturesome small T VACANT SITUATIONS A'ANTED SITUATION .younjJ Englishman with knowledge of and German. Has had experience in time-keeping and other clerical work. Also in handling men and different of machinery. Apply Box L.. Herald. '231-12 taken in or cone at private' homos. Good work ut reasonable rates. Mrs. Bothain, Torrance Ave., beside railway track. 222-0 x MISCELLANEOUS WANTS The Herald's Patterns in" eaual in standing to the Chicago. international Percharon Exhibition, j turn-out of drivers, B. S. Young The mares took first and second 1 Raymond and Dr. Saunders of wherever shown and took the sweep- j being the prize winners, stakes for mares of all breeds. The'...The Maclntyre Randi contributed no i good men for of i large nor so good as might have been j Avork> wages. Steady wurk ROOM AND two expei-toc! from the rest of the fair, j or j There were some srood kinds but the birds classy were missing with come at once. Apply (s. Cassidy, Alta. 36-0 la- dies or two gentlemen. Apply Mrs. anani.on Wnll 52g BaTtlett_ 239_0 WAITRESS at Dallas ho- tel. Must ha competent. 235-0 3029 'LADIES' SEMI-PRINCESS HRESS. PARIS PATTERN NO. 3029 All Seams Allowed. The semi-princess styles, made with waist and skirt attached under a belt of the material, are among the most j favored of the season's modes. The! design shown is simplicity it-self and! may be readily put together. Thej square-cut neck is filled in by a re-j movable chemisette, and variety may' several of different pattern is in 6 sizes 32 to 42 inches, bust measure. For 36 inch bust the dress will require 10 1-4 yards of 24' inch material, 9 1-4 yards 27 inch, 6 yards 36 5 3-4 yards 42 inch, 4 3-8 yards 54 j inch with 3-4 yard of allover lace 18! inches wide and 1 1-2 yards edging, j Width of lower edge in medium size about 4 1-4 yards. j Price of pattern, 10 cents. de- sires work by the day. Apply P. 0. Box 186, or 33 Argyle Ave. 242-11 kinds of first-j dressmaking done at 1234' Redpath St. Miss Elenbaum. 241-12] It will pay you to trade with us. OPPORTUNITY MY BE KNOCKING Pioneer Lumber Co- 242-26 AT YOUR DOOR. WANT ADS. LOOK UP THE City Harness Shop Will Open for Business with a complete stock on 'rop. Round Street, fierald Oifice SHORT NOTICE AUCTION SALE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE TO-MORROW AFTERNOON Saturday, Sept. 2 p.m. by W. L. Wilson, i very few exceptions. j The Exhibition. Hall was a sight________________________________ for the Kods. One's first thought on i m _ mi women lor Launcrv work, j entrance was of pleasurable Laundry 1S4-0 i ment. The many exhibits, well in an excellent light made a sigljt upon which ono would wish to W good general servant'to assist with light housework. Apply linger. As before intimated it would j to Mrs.. W. H. Morris, Cutbilkgt. 233-0 woodsmen. Highest going wages paid. Elk Lumber Co. F. G. Waters, superintendent, Hos- mer, B. C. 237-0 WANTED TO or twelve roomed house, close in. All modern conveniences. Apply 0., Lethbridge. Box 2002. P. 239-6 WANTED'TO and -wag- on co deliver laundry for two weeks. Apply Lethbridge Laundry 237-0 Auctioneer Having been favored in'stfnetions from J. D. Higin- botbam. Esq., who is giving tip housekeeping, I will sell by public auction at his residence, !No. 1272. Redfath Street, near Westminster Road, the following articles. 2 iron beds, springs and mattresses. 1 oak bed, mattress. 1 bureau with large mir- ror. 1 sideboard. 1 ext. dining table. 6 dining, room chairs. 1 carver cliair. 1 -rattan .chair. 1 rattan tabrat. be almost impossible to praise- too i highly the exhibit of vegetables. It is doubtful if the cabbage could be beat. The potatoes, carrots, sugar beets, table beets, mangels, toma- toes, corn, onions, turnips, YOUNG LADIES the jsciuash and other vegetables would British and Colonial exhaust any supply of adjectives tOj describe. ''Magrath truly must be "Garden City." at-once. Ap- The grains and grasses were good ply Smith- Bros. Wilson. 238-6 exhibit. The winter wheat, oi which there were several samples was of J servant, two in to be taken care of b5r me during the' winter. Lots of feed and -water. What offers. Apply Box Y Z, Herald. WANTED TO 'house for two months. Address Box 668, Lethbridge. 240-G 1 and 2 Oddfellows; to S2ed 1-2 crop. Must be steam plough "proposition. 'Apply Box L.. Herald. 2442-6 first class quality. .The spring.wheat The exhibit of family; small .'Apply Eastern Townships Bank. 240-0 1 leaf table. 24 framed pictures, i 1 revolving book case. 1 hat rack. 1 S 1 cabinet sevang machine 1 music stand. 1 large -wardrobe. 1 electric reading lamp. 1 with globe. 1 fire screen. 1 graniaphone with rec- ords. 1 large hall rack. 1 hammock. 1 ice cream freezer. 1 viceV Large English meat cov- ers. l.Studebaker wago'if. Hoes, rakes, shovels, sporting goods such as bosing gloves, hockey sticks, skates, kitchen utensils. light 240-6 for heating and refrigerating. Apply in porson with references. Northwest Jobbing and Commission Co. 241-0 i Also a large quantity of other articles toe numerous to mention. Terms cash. Positively no reserve. WILSON, also was very good. grain in the sheaf was of avcdrres- j-W young girl for order. Some very fine Apply Vi alfa shown, also some red cor, Bartlett and. Eedpath St. ver. In the centre of the hall the handsome Alberta Pacific trophy won by A. H. Bennett of the handsome Alberta Pacific silver in the province. An exhibit of field peas attracted a ffO-od deal of tion. There, was a big array of preserved' fruits showed that the people of'Ma- grath district know not only, how to raise fruit but also how "to put it down." The exhibits of egi-zs and dressed poultry, butter and cheese were good....j A striking feature was'the large sortment of cooking- including most'! WANTED_A competent girl for gen- eral 'housework. -Apply." Mrs.. Dunham, 1519 Dufferiri. S. S. MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE. ;FOR awning in front of Sage-s fcrrner stand. Practicallv new., R..Sage..- 217-0 FOR forty horse boiler, stationary work, also a few thousand good, brick, that have been used. Ap- ply Manager Lethbridge Laundry Co. Phone 145. Box 477. 235-0 FOR good driving horse and good milch cow. Apply H. Byer 629 Crabb St., 237-6 FOR or 4 well bred unbrok- en mares ;with colts.. Apply Box 1301. Lethbridge 237-6 room. Would one or two young men. Opposite Dr. Mewburn, FOR large front rooms, appetising pies, cakes, tarts, creanvrfurnished, all mqdern puffs, and -bread. As iis usual at conveniences. _ Apply 425 Bartlett St. fairs, the exhibits 237'6 work and la-Jies' fancy work were EENT_An office suite of three very, large and just {is creditable. in Acadia building, Redpath The display of "house plants cut iSt'1'Apply premises k> flowers was very fair. The whole was ve-rv tastefully Bowrnan Agency. 219-0 ar-.t- FURNISHED monthly. 'ranged and left a decidedly favorable Apply 12 to 6, 6 to 8" p.m. Mrs. impression with the visitors. j 5th occupied 'house on The directors were always busy aixdj-Crabb St., south of London 'Rd. 240-0 things all the timev Every! possible pro-vision was made to have j __ TO furnished front BALED HAY AND OAT; _ TL __________V ________________________________________ In any quantity delivered in the City. Orders taken at A. Easton Co.'s Harness Store. Phone 103 P.O. Box 201 Grand Auction Sale Of Fine Art Pictures _.. We have been favored with instructions to sell by ;ntct.iou a very fine collection of FJrie Art Pictures, cousisiirig oil Oil Paint- ings.' Water -Color Paintings. Etchings. Engravings. Sepias. Carbons, and many copies pictures by famous artists as great a. fair as possible and their efforts were eminentlv successful. in a modern house. Board if desired. Apply Mrs. Hall, 528 Bart- let St. 240-0 j .LETHBRIDGE MARKETS No. 1 Northern.........'.... 0 81 No. 2'Northern 078 i No. 3 'Northern 0 75 JNo. 079. JNo. 2 Alberta Red 076 I No. 3 'Alberta 0 73 Oats, per cwt. 0 70 TO double bedroom, suitable for two gentle- Modern. Apply 416 241-2 men. Close in. Burdett St. FOR roomed cottage on -St., with bat'h and .fully-mod- ern. Possession- Oct. Coons, Phone 159." 1st. Hatch 241-2 I white Russian Spitz 7 .'weeks old.- Apply C. Jensen. McNab and Norman Sts., North 237-6 FOR '.Democrat. wagon, one seat; in good condition. Apply" Wil- son's Auction Rooms; cor. Glyn and Ford Bis. Phone 189! 237-': FOR or three teams from Ibs. each. Wanted, work for four horse team. Apply Box 290, Lethbridge. _ _ y S37-6 FOR saddle pony, Apply 1222 Fisher- 1st street eonth of Redpath, east of Bartlett. 340-3 FOR a bargain, south half of 9-18-19. If interested phone 350, or call at our office. Room 11, South- ard Block. Co., Ltd. Imperial FOR heating stoves cheap. J. J. Johnston's Drug Store. 342-2 FOR class C'L.. second cutting Leave orders at Beagle office. Kane, alfalfa first- hav. Maxwell's 242-6 LOST OR SALE TO BE AT THE LABOR HALL, Glyn Street, on TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28th Afternoon 2 o'clock Evening J.30 0 0 02% 0 00 .0 00 0 00 12 50 PICTURES ON VIEW MONDAY AFTERNOON. 2.30 TO 6.30 This will be a grand opportunity for the inhabitants of Lethbridge to "beautify their homes, as the collection consists of some 400 pictures to clroose from Auctioneer Phone 189 I Barley............, Cattle on the hoof: I Steers, per Ib...... Cotrs, Ib. Hogs: Live, per cwt........ Dressed, per Sh eep: Live, per cwt......, Dressed., per 'cwt. j Butter and Eggs: J Dairy butter .........0 25 j Creamery butter 030 Eggs, per dozen .....0 30 Vegetables: Potatoes, per cwt. i Onions, per Ib. 'Feed: Hay ,prairie ........000 I blue joint ___.. 0 00 i Hides: Dry 0 12 Cured 0 Rendered Tallow: No. 1, per Ib. 0 00 No. 2, per Ib.......0 00 0 25 1.00 0 00 0 00 8 00 10 50 4 50 15 00 TO par month, house on Dufferin .St. east of .Westminster i S150 EEWARD-For return of Road. Phone 303. 242-1 FOR roomed house Courtland-St. Apply 123S Bompas St. 242-6 four _ mare? branded LM on Mi 'should-r, jnnd seven srcldings 'branded :in on i ieft hip. A. A. JohnPton. TO furnished me, i One buckskin rooms j riffht ev black m suitable for _young ladies. Apply to B-anded combinatio Mrs. Kate Phalen, Guiness tot... near ponv. Athletic Park. 242-6! hip. Sewarc on f ?5 OQ blind in JF on ti-ht f ;turn to Jos. Mokos, No. 3 Shaft. 39-6 :HOPERTV SALE 1 25 0 03 10 00 13 50 0 14 0 j light red cow about 6 TOE SALE-MI, jnodern, ror JMK the R) on left ribs.; with cow dark ____________________________red calf about weeks old. Lost 1 mile east and 2 'miles south of Win- FOR lots and six room- j nifred, Alta., on N. W. 1-4 Sec. 23. ed house on Ap-j Finder notify at once R A Williams. ply to Fritz Sick, Lethhriige. 239-61 Winnifred, Alta i Oct. I and 1st to Owner, Smith St. corner Brunton 239-52 FOR SALE-A new. o room house in Jjorth Ward for less than cost of house. Two lots Small cash pay-! ment Balance on trme W. H. Johr, j son.. Room 5, Bryan Block. 22o-0 0 04% 003X UPTON'S POOL ROOM BEST Is supplied with the FIXTURES IN ALBERTA The old Freight Shed north of track 0 Parlies purchasing to remove same and clean up ground within thirty days. Proposals for same will be re- ceived up to Monday, September 27th The Alberta Railway and Irrigation Co, LETH BRIDGE. And is cool, bright and pleasant. Best Cigars and Tobaccos in stock Barber Shop in Connection Basement of Oliver Block ESTABLISHED 11854 HEAD OFFICE, MONTREAL Paid-up Reserve and Undivided Profits.............. Accounts of and Ranchers Solicited Drafts Money Orders Letters of Savings Bank Department Branch- CoaMale Block, IU4patH St. SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any person wno ia me sole head o; a family, or any male over 18 yeart j old. may homestead a quarter-section of available Dominion land in Mani- coha, Saskatchewan or Alberta. The applicant must appear in person ai the Dominion Lands Agency or Sub- Agency for the district. EniT bj proxy may be made at any agencj ter of intending homesteader. months' residence mpon and cultivation of the land in eaci of three years. A homesteader maj live within nine miles .of nia home stead on a farm of at leaat SO acret solely owned and occupied by him ci by his father, mother, son. daughter brother or sister. certain a homesteader in good standing may pre-empt t quarter-section alongside his home stead. Price 43.00 per acre. Duties reside six months in eacc of eix year's from of entry (including the time required tc earn homestead patent) and. ealtivafe fifty acres eXtrft. A homefltender who hat homestead light and cannot ob tain a pre-emption may take a put chased homestead in certain diatrictt Price per acre. reside aix months in each tbret years, cultivate fifty acrei and a bouse 1900.00. Deputy of the -r puMi will not .ml. for. v afternoon, 1 bay mare and foal: mare wearing- leather head stall; branded SL on left hip RV on fright shoulder. Afeo s a bay gelding, white spot on forehead. AWQ wnite, branded TE on FOR SALE new shoulder. Finder giving inform- roomeJ fully modern house on Conn- j ation will be Coop- near new Central School. Apply j er, Westminster Road 6th house M.'icMurphy. Mgr. South Alberta LUR [English Church. 240-0 her Co., Phone 225. 200' S10.00 KB the return of light bay mare; has white strip on face: also four white legs. Brand five cornered star on risrht hip. Ap- 1222 240-3 SNAPS BY THE WHOLESALE IK SEAL Empire Land Go. have several thousand acres of choice farming land just placed the market, in blocks of 160 to 60..000 acres. If it's good land you are ing for. at a nominal pries, call or j bay horss. branded Phone 394. The Empire Land Co.. up-! underlined J on left hip. Also one stairs, Ott Block. 235-0 j grey horse. Both horses had long ropes attached. Finder communicate FOR storey house in Dufi addition. Three bedrooms and bath room. Apply -E. W. McLelland, plasterer, Duff Addition, or Box 1812, Lethbridge. 238-6 C. F. P. ceive reward. Convbeare and re- 241-0 FOUND FOR SALE BY TENDER TENDERS addressed to the under- signed are invited up to November! 1, 1909, for the purchase of all or any j of keys with chain attached. Owner please call at Her- ald office. TENDERS portion 'bf the 'practically new barb TENDERS will he received by the wire fence around Townships 12 and i undersigned for the grading of lanes 13 Range 20 West of the 4th Meridian, in Blocks 7, 18. 31_and 32, City of The fence is 36 miles long, willow posts and droppere. The highest or any tender not ne- cessarilv accepted. W. R. HTJLL ceMarily accepted. WM. OLIVER, SB9-4 Chairman W. 4 P. 241-5 City NOTICE The firm of A. Easton and Co. -as been dissolved, to be replaced by A. Easton, Ltd. It is important that all accounts due the first mentioned company be paid before October 15th as after that date tfcey will be placed in the hands of a solicitor. DRAY ordera lor draying of ell kinds promptly attended to. E. D. LeClere. Leave with John Cantin, Hill Block. HS-M ;