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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 30, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta pAQf-FOUR IHC LtlHBRIDUE CAIUf-HERALD THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER'SO, IWl. ONLY EIGHT MORE ACRES FOR SALE IN BLOCKS M, L, and T, at EACH. ALBERT E. IVES, STAFFORD PHONE 297 BLOCK A FW 46ft. Lots in the Wallwork Addition at bargain price on easy R. V. GIBBONS i-2 Foot Lot Facing North on London Road, Between ,Coutts and Burdett Terms Successful Fall Fair At Cardsten (Continued from Front Page.) taken by Ephriarn Harker and James Hansen oi Cardston. The first aad second prizes for tjhorthorn hollers, four yoars and'over, went to W. ings. Mr. Fillings also took first und second in tho two-year-olds and year- Hugs of this class. James Hansen, and J. B. Ririe were the prize win-' nera for tha three-year-old short- horns, and Mr. Hansen Look first u.nd second for the calves. Sol Lowe of Magrath. tcok first for j the three-yebr-bld beef cattle, and J.. B. Ririo for the best fat cow of any1 brood. The prize for the best fat steer went to Walter Pitcher. There wns a small exhibit of sheep and goats and the animals shown were fine looking specimens' of their class, too. A couple of donkeys on With half the labor, and at half the cost of other ioap, Sunlight does the whole washing' In half the time, yet, without injuring the most delicate fabric. Use it the Sunlight way. Follow the directions. Lifebuoy: Soap is delightfully re- SKEITH Phone 197 TILLEY Corner Round and Dufferin Streets tho grounds made their presence j freshing for. Bath or known throughout the afternoon" .byj weather, is hot For washing underclothing .it is unequalled. frequent prodigious brays providing. purifies considerably amusement. to the sight- Cleanses and j Very few entries were made in the i poultry show. Some remarkably fine' j geese were the most noteworthy fea- j j turo of this branch. The Hall Display But It was in the -assembly hall i where the real features of the exhibi- linger for a Ions time. Flowers of every hue heavy with perfume occu- pied tho entire front of the building. On this table'also to be seen tion were to be seen. la struck Qlie o The whole dis- {ing with its magnitude and 'the strik- GUILTY OF SELLING ANOTHER MAN'S PONY Retina, Sept. JJeekiag found guilty at today's sitting of the Supreme Court before Judge ing and artistic arrangement of the Prendergast of selling a pony of the j exhibits. Here were vegetables, grain value of 845 the property of Harold Luxton. Sentence was deferred. grasses, the products .of the house- t I :4 Auction Sale At MR. S. WILLIAMS' Farm, N. I Sec. 24.9-21, on Wednesday, October 6th AT ONE O'CLOCK FRANK G. WADDINGTON Is favored with instructions from Mr. S. Williams to sell .by public auction, without reserve, lit his farm, as above, his Farming Stock, Implements, etc. Including' about 100 tons Finiothy; Hay "in5 stack, 10 head Horses, 1 Colt, 3 Cows, 2 Wagons, 2 Drills, Harrows, 1 Massey-Hanis Binder, 1 Deer- ing Binder, Rake and Mower, Disc Harrow, 6 sets Harness complete, Cultivator, Gang and Sulky Plows, etc. Also small quantity of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE Drop Head Singer Sewing Machine, Home Com- fort Range, Beds, Springs, Mattresses; etc. Terms casli. or notes of approved security Auctioneers Office, Crabb Street Telephone 261 BALED HAY AND OATS La any quantity delivered in the City. Orders taken at A, Easton Co.'s Harness Store. Phone 103 P.O. Box 201 T. A. E A S T O N The old Freight Shed north of track Parties purchasing to remove same and clean up ground within thirty days. Proposals for be re' ceived up to Monday, September 27th The Alberta Railway and Irrigation Co, LETHBRIDGE. wife's art, -in- fact, the; whole bounty j of a bountiful 'district.- The display j artificial flowers, that until one' felt their texture were hardly to be dis- tinguished from the real thing. Nor must the exhibition of the school .children be passed The map drawing, compositions and the sketching by pupils was very credit- indeed, particularly the sketches of Big Chief mountain. The ilagnet cream, separator and Singer sewing- machine were Proviaions Of City Market The loMowiffg arc sections of -By- Law No. 59, which is a bylaw to es- tablish public market and public weigh scales in the city of Lethbridge and for fixing fees for weighing upon said scales. That, from-and after the passing of this bylaw Lots numbered 24 to 30 in- clusive in Block 47 thirty (30) as shown upon a plan of the city of Leth bridge of record in the Land Titles Office of the South Alberta Land Re- gistration District'as "4353. S." are hereby declared to Public Mar- ket of the 'City 'of Lethbridge, and the Public Weigh-Scales of the said city of the said market shall be the weih scales owned by the city situ- Daily Herald Market Place fell or to real pUce it if thin coluM. If you went Hie this cbiiimd. 25c insertion 6 for SI SITUATIONS VACANT SITUATION young man with knowledge of; French and German. Has had experience in time-keeping and -other clerical -work. Also in handling men and different kinds of machinery. Apply Box L. Herald. PROPERTY FOR SALE FOR head horses; 30 head cattle; machinery for farm and household furniture. Must all be sold or none, Will also rent the farm, ,2 1-2 miles from ILethbjidge, irrigated, improved. 60 acres in fall wheat; stubble mostly turned. Stable-22 horses. rooms; phone, cellar and cistern. On shares "or cash. Apply Box'A. P., Herald Office. FOR neV'5 room bujuse 'in North Ward for less than cost "'of house. Two lota. Small cash pay- ment. Balance on time. -W. H. John son, Room 5, Bryan Block. 235-0 FOR SALE new roomed' fully modern house en Count- Central School. Apply P MacMurphy, Mgr. South Alberta Lum ber Co., Phone 225. 200-0 Saturday (not being a statutory or public holiday) shall be a market day oi the city of Leth bridge and the market shall remain open on making department Apply once. Blairmore; Alta. for the dress- SNAPS .BY THE WHOLESALE IN REAL Land Co. have several thousand acrea of 244 e farming land just placed on the market, blocks of 160 to acres. If it's good land you are look- days from the hour of 7 a.m. j Church. -Hudson's Bay Co. 244-6 till 1 p.m. for general produce and euch hours no one bringing I housework. young girl to do light Apply Mrs. Jas. Rose, into the city fowls, butter, cheese, (-cor. Dufferin. and Bartlett. eggs, vegetables, or other similar farm produce for sale, shall sell or 244-6 servant, small iaim family_ Appiy'to Mrs. R. P. Wal- ofter the same for sale except at thejlaee cor_ BurdettSuid Re- public "market and scales; on-every j. day in the week the public mar-! lace, cor. Burdett "and Sts; 244-6 ket shall be open frrm 8 p.m. 7 a.m. till i girl'to do light housework. Apply Mrs. Win. Oliver, the hall on both That no one except producers shall have the privilege, of exposing goods for sale in the public market. That the only goods which may be offered for sale; in the Public Market fish, fowl, grain, roots vegetables, hay, live stock, farm im- 606 Bonipas. St. 243-6 a reliable housekeeper. Apply to Post Office Box 59, Raymond Alta. 243-3 pleraents, straw, arid other produce nier, B. C. woodsmen. Highest goirig' wages paid. Elk Lumber Co. F. "Gr. Waters, superintendent Hos- 237-0 j superior to anything ever ssen in this J part of the country and would le in-! caior- f _., with, gramaphone and piano selec- I deed hard to beat in anv country. It T. seemed indeed as if the benign god- Idess plenty .had- poured out the riches of her cornucopia in one mag- nificent heap. The district represent- i ed if judged from this display certain- ly merits the title of the 'Garden i Spot of The exhibits came fro re Magratb. -on the east mountains on the west. Hera sunflowers like young trees and the Layne Henson Music Co j ancj meat onjy when it is not offered provided considerable entertainment fof saie ia iesg quantities. for sale in f less quantities than the quarter of a carcass. That all hay, straw and coal brought into the city of Lethbridge in "wagon, cart or sleigh or other vehicle to be sold or .offered for sale., shall be ex- posed for sale in the public market, as established by this by-law, or which may hereafter be established! tions. Evening Concert The people of Cardston and the surrounding country have long b'een noted for their musical talent, both vocal and instrumental; and tte "big contest--that marked the close of the to the exhibition was a treat not often ob- tained elsewhere. The concert was attended and the awards of the could be seen-and grasses the height' Judges heartily applauded, of a tall' man. Squashes and' rmmiH T-ho officers and directors of the ex- kins of enormous and almost ikcred- hibition deserve, the highest comm-en- -ible size were on exhibition, one large dation for the excellent manner in scliash in particular that would Srrd j which the exhibition was conducted trouble in getting- inside the ordinary from start to finish, and it can truth- wash" tub. fully be said that the results of their Turnips and sussar beets were much. work were entirely satisfactory. Mr. in evidence and every exhibit large j James Hansen was the president of and well "shaped specimens. Ripe and [tho fair and Mr.'S. Woolf the secre- I green tomatoes and small garden! tary. stuff of' every variety were, shown. Sheaf Grains i A big display of sheaf grains occa- SPRING COULEE pied almost one ;entire side of the hall. The samples, of wheat, oats and barley showed'a. good length of straw the. .prize jwjnner for the best oats, j Leavitt and" Cleveland for wheat, j and J. B. Hirie for the barley. Some Spring Coulee, Sept. Yera Olson went today. She servant, two in family; small house. Apply Eastern Townships ,Bankv 240-O for heating and refrigerating. -Apply in person, with references., Northwest Jobbing- and Commission Co. 241-0 competent girl for gen- eral 'housework. Apply Mrs. S. S. 1519 241-6 ;St. 245-6 in the city of Lethbridge, and at no WANTED_By Qct other place within the said city. servant for general housework. Ap- That no horned catfie, calves, swine I ply Mrs. T. M. Evans, 326 Bartlett sheep, horses, mares, .geldings or mules or any of them, brought to this city for be sold in any of the public streets or in other places in the said city, but must be taken if for sale or export to the Live Stock. Market established-' for ing for, at a nominal price, cAll or Phone 394. The Empire Land Co. up- stairs, Ott Block. 235-0 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE. FOE first class family horse, rig and harness. Apply 'to W. Henderson. 244.5 FOE foot awning in front of Sage's former stand. Practically new. E. 'Sage. 217-O FOE a bargain, south half of 9-18-19. If interested pBone 360, or call at our office. Room 11, South- ard Block. Imperial Co., Ltd. Development 240-0 FOE SALE-By C VL. Kane, first- class -second cutting" alfalfa hay Leave' orders Maxwell's office. 242-6 FOE talking parrot. For price- etc. apply -to P. O. Box 192' FOE" gentle ponie's, b'fok- en to both saddle-and harness. Ap- ply once to Mrs. Geo. Eogers. 245-0 tons of goo feed -oats. delivered in sacks. Apply P. 0. 125. Lethbridge. 246-6 that purpose; ewan Alberta Collieries. Grassy 245-6 experienced and re- liable -man for farm work. Must be able to handle young horses. Good i wages and steady job. Apply Box For every load of hay straw or coal j 1314 Or Eoom 4, Whitney. Block, City, brought into the city- for sale there shall be paid" to the Market Clerk a fee of ten cents, but this shall not ap- ply to coal sold by or through any coal merchant having his place ,of, business 'in the" city. And will spend a few days there visiting {son or_persons delivering any "of the dining girl. Balmoral Hotel. 245-2 room 260-0 waitresses -at .once.- Goaldale Hotel. 246-6 friends and relatives. articles mentioned in this section or J. J. Baker, of Eaymond con- any portion of them without first hav- services here last Sunday. Rev. L Cameron, of Roymond, will hold first class samples of ear com services here next Sunday. Owing to long drive back, next Sunday the also showBu Clover and Alfalfa That Southern Alberta can grow clover and do it well too was clear- j services will be held at "3 p.m. in- 1 stead of at 7 p.nx 1 Mr. Steward has scld his proper- ty here leaves in a few for tTllEdCHE? w work toeSnNovembe? 1st orcon ing obtained from'the eaid onarketler. Salary -monthly, with in- -elerk or one of assistant.'a ticket tes- of weight of his load shall be guil- ty of an Infraction of this bylaw, j Lethbridge, Alta. t_____________ 246-6 Sept. SITUATIONS WANTED Wixom ly demonstrated fact by the exhibits shown yesterday- Clover stalks three! feet in height were shown in both red and white varieties. It need scarcely) be mentioned that the exhibit falfa was all that could be desired, I the reputation of the district for this product being so well established. j Exhibits of threshed grains I qiuality were there too, 'but the dis- play was not large. owing to -'the "act no doubt, "that very littie.fi; the threshing was been done yet; ..a tLis i locality. j Ladies' Work As for the ladies' work the 1 TI I cakes and canned fruits, thera every appearance that the district possesses some experts ..i t the i housewife's .art. The exhibition, of j fancy work almost vies description. There were laces and embroidered work that rank with the product of [the most skilled workshop; there I were woollen knitted garments 'and i-patchwork quilts that bode well for large arid shipments continue much the comfort of the Cardston fanners j as before no exceptionally large land! their families. 'amounts having gone out yet. Three Rivers, named Averill was 'killed and] wants j another named'LaRouche'" was housework Washing up, Box tirtied ably fatally injured when a scaffold position at 243-6 at Cardston. Several from fel1 atf the new National Bank build- Spring Coulee attended the funeral- Mrs. Wixom went through on- the train yesterday on her way to Ray- mond. The new elevator was opened Tues- day. The other two elevators -are full The new bridge the coulee win1'soon be ready for use. Part of the Mil. is being torn down and-the f road crraded. ing NOTfCE !t wrtl PaY You trade with us- Lumber Co. 242-23 MARKET Wheat are certainly on the decline this week falling four cents in 'the last two days. The local receipts at tine- elevators are becoming very Firw. Flowers Hogs took a rise of fifty cents per The display of cut flowers and fol- j cvrt- from last Price3- iago. Plants at the front of the hall was a spot wtfere one might wish to I following prices are quoted this MISCELLANEOUS kir.ds