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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 3, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta ifTHBRIPGk -VTA., SATURDAY, AP ill L 3, HOT 1. The Pierrette's Talisman 2. Mr. Soft Head 3. Glues Everything PI cme and Play In My Yard" Prices CLARK aid Daiciig Ctnediais THE RAFFERTY'S -In Comedy big Irish CONTINUOUS PEBFOKMAXCE Special Prices for Easter1 The New Spring Stock of New York Designs is now all in See the new Pearl Brooches and Diamond-set Jewelry just to hand Our two show windows will give you an idea about the prices. In the spring a young man's fancy lightly turns to thoughts of Rings in a number of cases We would advise a selection from our suitable lines, which comprise single-, twin-, three-, five-stone and cluste. Rings, st-t with diamonds, rubies, emeralds, sapphires and pearls. The prices vary from to and afford a splendid collection. R. A. Wright THE CITY LEADING JEWELER Established 1898 Paoaes 165 and 166 SPORTS ln the course of a few weeks Leth- bridge will be talking baseball. The professional team is expected to re port here about the last week in this month. Players from all over are Applying for a berth on the team. Vppiiea- would do to Johnson or Johnson would do to .Jeffries, if ever these gentlemen should get into the ring together. It would be much more to the purpose if Mr. Johnson would fulfill'his contract with the National Sporting Club, of London, before whom he had agreed to meet Lansr- fo.rd' on May 24. Johnston will break his word of honor a-j well as overlook his signature, -but that ao- Ijparently cuts no figure with him as long as he does not run up against dangerous punches. So far as Ketchell is concerned, it is a fact that wherever pugilism is tionsfrom all over the States ancl j proposed Johnson-KetcheU battle bv! was ridiculed. Sporting men said that Kctchell would first knock out Canada are being received daily the. secretary of the Lethbridge club by ball players who are anxious to j Philadelphia Jack.O'Brien, then dis- come to this country. is surely getting well advertised Local fans are for word from C. J. Eckstorrn, who was to visit G. W. Niles, of Spring the meaning of SPRING STYLES this 'season, offer irresistible attrac- tions in all lines of footwear at Ger- man's, where the price is the con- verse of the .quality; the latter high, the former low. Some one has said that well kept shoes are a sign of re- finement. Our shoes, good to star: .with, easily and long keep their shape and indicate elegance always. F. German The Shoeman Between Sage's and Hoys SCENE FROM ONE OF THE GREAT PLAYS SOON TO BE PRESENTED BY BRANDON PLAYERS AT THE LYCEUM THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE This country posc Sam Langford. and after that 'go after Johnson if Jeffries was still waiting "anxiously j undecided about fighting. They also said that Johnson, if he .really knew the word honor, field, Ohio, on his "tdp "easT and! would pass up talk of fighting any- cinch Niles as manager of the Loth-! body here just now and wouWI go to (England in accordance with his atr- gC _____ reement with the National' Sporting FOOTBALL j Club, of London, and fight Lantforrt The football club has not been on May 21. Both Ketchel and John wasting time. Each evening the ball son are mortally afraid of this dan- may be seen on the square with a gerous Mr. Langford, who can hit goodly number of players. like the kick of a mule, and has j knocked out such heavyweights as LACROSSE j Jim Barry and Jim Flynn in a few It would appear that lacrosse ha.s punches, been given the knock-out drops in Lethbridge. At least none of tbe" followers of the game seem anxious -SEE-- -Our Windows- -FOR- GARDEN TOOLS t QUALITY AND PRICE J HAYR BROS. General Hardware LETHBRIDGE t .M M H M IM M M M M M M -4- ALTA t Daily Herald Market Place you have anythinf to sell or to rent place it io this column. If you want aaytbinf use this column. 25c one insertion 6 insertions for PROPERTY FOR SALE PROPERTY FOR lots with house (5 rooms, good sta- ble; price HOO.OO cash. Apply Alberta Realty 84.0 balance easy. Co. WANTED TO RIHT WANTED-Two cated, by two young at Herald Office. jooma suitable for bedroom and sitting room by two young ladies. Bedroom furnished, sitting room unfurnished. Centtally located. Apply Box M.M., Herald Office. Six or seven roomed house must be modern; required by 1st of May or if suitable will rent immedi- ately. L. S. Kipley, Office 8, Macdon- sld Block. H-3 Furnished room, with or without. in modern house, close in by young gentleman. Apply Box M. care Herald. M-O One or two furnished rooms at once. A. E. Smith, Herald Office. 95-O ROOMS to the over-crowded condition of .all the city hotels, the Board of Trade, in or- der to help supply accommodation for visitors to the city, wish to get in communication with any person who has one or more rooms that they would let for the night or by the week. The list of rooms available will be given to the hotels who will send transients to occupy them. An- FOR new house on swer in writing, stating exact loca- Westminster Road, near new stand tion of room and price by pipe, 6 rooms, brick foundation and the day or week. J. W. McNicol, cellar. cash, aasy. Alberta Realty Co. Balance BIG AMATEUR RACE A Marathon race, open to the ama-1 to say anything about a team this tcurs of the world has been inaugu-j .7 year. If there is going to be any-: rated at London, to be run over the1 thing doing. it is time that SITUATIONS VACANT stir. course made so famous by the last shouldbe made. There is a meeting. Olympicgames. Sporting life has out of the Alberta clubs called for in.Cal up one of the finest trophies ever of- fered, valued at and the date has been set for May 8th. Athletes gary on Good Friday. RIFLE GOING AH all over the world have been asked to RIFLE ASSOCIATION GOING and Canadians are wanted AHEAD i especially. The following is from Success has attended the efforts of: Sporting those who are endeavoring to form a j rifle association here. The start has i been more than encouraging. There j has been no less -than forty names; signed by enthusiasts who have agreed to join the association and j who are anxious to see it successfullv j promoted. The lists are in charge of j Sergt.-Major Raven, of the R.N.W.M. j Herald Office. The intention is to provide Lon- don with an annual Marathon race, in which long-distance runners good general. servant. from all over the country may par- ticipate. The date fixed for the in- augural race is Saturday, May 8, the course being from the grounds of Windsor Castle, over the same route as the Olympic Games' Mar- P., and Harry Maveety of the Herald j athon race, until "Oxbridge is reach- office. ed. From there, however, a new- Supt. Wilson, of the Barracks is route is traversed, and the runners very much interested and in the ev- j ent of Stafford's Bottom being pro- j cured for rifle .ranges, the.isuperinten- j dent will have a gang of prisoners j at work putting the ranges in shape, j If these ranges are not procurable or j suitable, no doubt other ranges could j be secured without trouble. The Secretary of the Dominion Ri- fle Association ha3 been written forj continue on through Hanwell. even- tually reaching Stamford Bridce athletic ground.. The distance is precisely the same ..as the Olympic race 26 miles 385 yards So far as the management of the event is concerned, that part will be in the hands 'of 'the Regent Street Polytechnic Harriers. Trn> race will be held in connection with general servant. None other need apply. Good wages. to Mrs. E. U. Rylands, SOI Bartlett St., or to Hudson's Bay Store 87-0 servant. Must be able to do plain cooking. Apply, to FOR acres, house and stable, on Crabb St. Apply P. 0. Box 95. Telephone 114. Y. Chow. 91-6 Secy. Board of Trade. 89eod 1 LOST span black geldings, FOR roomed house, centrally located, new and fully mod- ern; also six roomed house and four lots, on Westminster Road. Apply S. J. McDiarmid, Box 376. weight about 13 hundred each, one about 6 years old with white star on forehead" and white stripe on nose and right hind foot: white. Other about 4 years old, no marks. No vis- ible brands on either. T. M. Bryden, Kipp Siding. 96-324-3 Magrath, one dark FOR roomed house, 91-0 grey mare, four years old, branded TA on right thigh. Reward for. in- formation leading to recovery. Jas. Mrs. Lethbridge, Dufferin St. 92-5! hay shed, stable, coachhouse and large hen house, one mile from cen- tre of town. Best position ia .the town for keeping poultry, pigs or cattle; or easy terms could be arranged. stenographer and office assistant. Apply Box 0., Apply to Box 1, Herald Office. 92-6 Apply Mrs. W. C. Simmons, 322 Ash- mead St. FOR room cottage with Stacey, Magrath, Alta. 92-6 TENDERS SEALED TENDERS will be receiv- ed by the undersigned up to one o'- clock, p.m., ou April 10th for the whole of the work required intbawrac tion of a fireproof hospital for the lot 60 x 102, corner of London Road trustees of theK Gait Hospital. 91-0 and St., cash gets it nrt pasv nr general ser- vant. Apply to Mrs. Vrooman, cor. Bompas and Bartlett St-s. 91-0 W ANTED A young man with know- ledge of book-keeping to do office and outside work. Apply Box P.Q., Herald office. 92-0 dining room girls at Alberta Restaurant. 91-0 nice girl for housemaid work only. Good wages. Apply Box 5, C-o Herald. 91-O servant. Apply Mrs. W. A. Buchanan, corner Ernest and Dufferin Ste. 94-0 particulars in forming an organiza- j... the club's _ great sports meeting at WANTED_Parties to piow and seed tion of this kind. OPINION 'IS DEVOTED AS TO LONGBOAT'S CHANCES IN THE DERBY Who's going to win the New York Marathon Derby today? With a field, instead of a matched race, and outside on the turf instead of indoors, on a dizzy track, performances are of little help in doo ing out the winner. What one man the Stamford Bridge ground w R Dobbin. May 8. Entries should be sent as early as possible to Mr. J. 31. An- Regent; ginfct, west. builder. One hav- ing experience., on .continuous double deck ovens. Apply Schweitzer Bros. 96-0 SITUATIONS WANTED may do outdoors, even after consistently on the clay circle all wintsr, is problematical. .What one man usually does in. a matched race, where only two are .legging is no sure sign that he will do the same where there- are half a dozen, contest- ants to be watched. With no smok.; or foul air to bother the runners, cer tain of them are sure to make.'better, j A WRESTLING- BOUT AT THE j EUREKA 'The Japanese wrestler, M- Matsuda welterweight champion of the Pacific as engineer Coast will wrestle Andy McFadden, who claims to be the champion of his class in Dakota, where he lately hails from. The match takes place in the Eureka theatre at 10 o'clor.k j Tuesday night, for a bet of Matsuda guarantees to .throw Mc- Fadden three times in fifty minutes. H-e weighs 145 pounds and McFadden 152. The Jap is without a doubt the best in his class in the country and if McFadden can stall him off for any length'of time a great match showings. New Yorkers are certain that Alf- j i will be witnessed. Matsuda meets Kid Ellison of Card rt 4. ston tonight in the Kid's home town red Shnibb will give a.good account; t fc i Ellison weighs in the neighbornood breaking outfit. Have had four years experience. Have license for 500 horse power in Alberta and am a machinist by trade. Herald Office, Direct Box F., 91-6 MRS. KATIE PALIN has removed to her new residence at the corner of the baseball park. -Parties wishins her services for waiting on table or any kind of work, except washing will please drop a card in the nostoffice or call at her home. 92-10 POSITION housekeep- er for one or two gentlemen by re- spectable English widow, age 46 years with one. little girl, age 10. Box 568, Lethbridge. 93-5 of himself in. the open, and n-.ey; at that. He has never said that.hej0' 1SO> but he to could run indoors, wery few indoor hold his races are rim in England, ar..l they are somewhat of a novelty 10 Ai But he is used to f. and so somo EXPERIENCED wants position. Address Ruth L. Amo's's, Lethbridge, Alia.. 96-1 Macleod Football Club has organ- .CARPENTERS WANTED-Apply to i. -.r r. Ed O'Connor, corner Ford and Wood I ixed for the season with 31. C. j Lean, president, C. L. Bambrick. se.c.- 96-0 some of the money is being T Grccnsmithf captain. the Englishman, although he never, The dub go mto thc was, nor never will be. a TO RENT. them Alberta League and have hierh j TQ Front room nicely furnish- Longboat is being taught that if] I hopes of landing- on top when suitable for two respectable men. ce on easy terms. Apply on premises to owner, I. M. Pierce. 93-0 FOR Anyone wanting a good new house and stable in North. Ward on a street where water main is now being laid should write to P. O. Box 175, or enquire at Redpath St. House is 24 x 30 feet with five rooms, two clothes closets, etc. The house is wired for electric light and the water connections will be put in. very soon. Stable accommodates eight horses. House may be, sold without the stable; ance, easy. -'bal- MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE. FOR chair, almost new, revolving and reclining, air cushion. Will sell cheap. Address Box 9, Lethbridge Herald. -91-6 FOR young milk cow and calf, cheap. Apply Jas. Simm, Wallwork St., North Ward. 91-6 FOE mercantile bus- iness and postoffice at .a point that promises to become one of Southern Alberta's best towns. On Lethbridge Calgary branch. Apply J. K. War- uock, Blayney. 92-12 FOR almost new incubat- or and any one wishing to exchange a drake, apply 320 Glyu St. 92-6 FOR shares in Leth- bridge Woollen Mills, paid up, for sale for cash. W. T. Wat- son, Box 393, Hosmer, B. C. 93-6 FOR interest in one the best paying restaurants auu lodg- ing house businesses in the city. Apply Tim Bedard, Canadian Restau- rant. 93-6 One good milk cow. City Dye Works. Tel. 353. 95-2 FOR teams, three wa- gons and 3 sets of- harness for sale. Can be seen at old Hayr Transfer Stable, Redpath St., at 12 or after 6. 96-0 he pays the slightest attention to i games are all counted up. to Mrs. Robert Adam, Fisher St.. south of Redpath St. 91-6 Shrubb there will be doings after the; Electric Restorer! race for Tommy. They are driving! for Lost Manhood j JQ furnished room. hi... his head ta to LO Dorando until the latter shows; vitality. Premature decay and all HKAD OFFICE. TORONTO ESTABLISHED. B. WALKIK, Paid-up Capital, ALBXAJTDER LAIRD, General Maiugei Reserve Fund, Tbe new Travellers' Cheques recently issued by this Bank .-ire a most convenient way in which to carry money when travelling. They are issued in denominations of and and exact amount payable in Austria, Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Great Britain, Holland, Italy, Norway, Russia, Sweden and Switzerland is stated on the face of each cheque, whiie in other countries they are payable at current rates. The cheques and al! information regarding: them may be obtained at every office ff the Bank. I3lA C. G. K. Noursc, Manager I' signs of distress, and then let her sexual weaknesses averted at once, j mil steam ahead. j Phosphonol will make you a new! Opinion is pretty well divided as to I man- Price a box. or two for j oinff to fare Thf' Mailed to address on re-! fe 1 nainf End of Crabb St.. east 4th house south of London Eoad. Mrs. Charttes. 93-4 Two offices to rent in Be- Lethbridge Branch Imperial Bank of Canada HEAD Capital Authorized Paid Up D. R. WILKIE President. HON. ROBERT JAFFRAY Vice.Pres. Accounts of Corporations, Municipalities, Merchants, Farmers and Private Individuals invited. I SAVINGS attention is given to Savings Bank Accounts. Deposits of and upwards received and inter- est .allowed at current rate from date of deposit. how Longboat Is Onandaga has trained faithfully, but i yet many there are that -don't like j th-- looks of things. They are ask- ing why has Longboat allowed 'him- self to take on so much weight that he resembles a weight thrower or a sculler morn than a runner. These Deo; pie say that, he will go into the race with so much extra avoirdupois thatj he won't even finish. "Longboat weighs 152 pounds to-: began a certain Marathon ex-; pert, "and he will have so much ex- j tra flesh that he will be trailing be-; hind when the rest are making the' final sprints. His legs will be alright but his wind will be affected. He will become choked, his thorax willj tighten, his stomach may cramp, and i his feet will strike the ground so j much harder, all on account of the' extra fifteen pounds which he will he carrying. In a small man like Dor- ondo or Shrubb. who are much more i compact in body, it wouldn't make a great difference." Watchout thc ilaloney and 1-st. Tvo.sj do not trim them ail. i ceipt of price. The Scobell Drug Co., j Catherines. Ont. FOR furnished room on British Colonial Photographic Co. i Commercial Photographers and Dealers in PfiotogrephJc Supplies Rooms i and 2 Oddfellows' Stock Cor. Round and Dufferin [Round St.. below Courtland. Apply I Johnston. Bound St... new house i below Courtland. 95-2 TO small building on Retl- St. Between Smith and Wood Apply to nath ._ j St? Suitable for a shop. ii3ox Y.. Horald Office. FOR class grocery busi- nes in good live miniug town on Crow's Nest Pass about twenty thou- sand dollar pay roll. Stock about doing a business of about per month. Only one op- position. Good temis. Applv Box 10, Herald. 96-6 LANDS FOR SALE FOR acres 2 1-2 miles from Raymond, 40 acres winter wheat; 120 acres in stubble, balance good prai- rie. Can be had for cash, and tbe balance on half crop pay- ments with interest at 8 per cent. For further information, apply to the Canadian Real Estate and Adjustment Co., sole owners. Office room 9 Bryan Block over the Eureka theatre or Bos 387, Lethbridge, Alta. 91-6 FOR 5-10 inclusive in Block 4, Duff addition. They lie nice, face nortb on water main, on London Road. Price cash each, the i bal. on very easy terms at 6 per cent. be. Apply Box'D., Herald Office. 91-6 NOTICE Notice is hereby given that partnership heretofore vesting _ twee) J. Wung Yett and Man Tai at i ._.. Grassy Lake. Alberta has been dis-i FOR acres of land for sale -oivo'i J. Wang Yett having bought-: or rent. 16 acres under cultivation., out t.hij interests of Mali fai All out- ;Good house, stable and hen house, standing ace >unts should be forward.; All fenced. For full particulars ap- "at to J. Wung Yttt, Grassv'ply to Charles Ernest Borthwick. Lake Albenn. 33-25 Lundbreck, Alberta. 03-6 Tenders must be accompanied by aa accepted cheque for five per cent, of the amount of the same. The lowest or any tender not neces- sarily accepted. Plans and specifications may be seen at the offices of Messrs. Osier, Hammond Nanton. Winnipeg. Lloyd Mewftura, Calffary, or C. B. Bowman. C. Secretary Board of Management of Gait Bospital, Xethbridge, Alta. Lethbridge, March 15. 1909. SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any person who la the sole head ol a family, or any male over 18 old, may homestead a quarter-sectiop of available Dominion land in Mani- toba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. applicant mast appear in person the Dominion Lands Agency'or 8uV Agency for :the district. Ent-y bf proxy may be made at any agency ler of intending vhomeateader- montha' regidanee upon and cultivation of the land in eafb of three years. A homesteader, may live within nine of hiA stead on a farm of at lewt 80 aeiM solely owned and occupied by him by his father, mother, daughtai, brother or sieter; In certain diatrictB a homevteadu1 in good standing may pre-empt a quarter-section alongside hia hoiM- ?tead; Price 53.00 per acre. DutUia. reside six months in eatn of six years from date of homeatead entry (including the time required "to earn homestead patent) and cultirate fifty acres extra. A homesteader who has exhaueted hi? homestead right and cannot ob- tain a pre-emption may take A pwt- chased homestead ia certain Price per acre. reside six months in each of three years cultivate fifty acres and erect a house worth 1300.00. W.W.COBY. Deputy Minister of the Interior. publication ol this advertisement will not be paid for. The Private Dining Booms at the ALEXANDRA are now open, and are well patronized by the public Union All White Most up to -date Res tan- rant in the city. Lunches from 10c..np Meals from 2oc. np N. H. MURRAY Prop. ESTABLISHED i it Are you having Photographic troubles? Call and we will help you. Our technical staff is always at your service, and any question will be .cheerfully an- swered Lethbridge Branch, W. R. SEATLE, Manager. Begin Block, Rouid St., beside Bentley's Store. I ENOUGH OF THAT There has been of late a tremendous! amount of talk about the boxers. This is growing somewhat wearisome and people are getting tired of being told day after day what -TeffriftT ADVICE GRATIS Amateur Photographers are speciatyy invited TROU BLE is not in our Vocabulary Developing1, Printing and Fin- ishing' done for amateurs. Ail work finished inside of 3 days Merchants Bank of Canada HEAD OFFICE. MONTREAL Paid-up Capital Milk Cream Butter eserve an nuvuru ros of Merchants, farmers and Ranchers Solicited Drafts Money Orders Letters of Credit Savings Bank Department Lethbnige Coaldale Block, Redpath St. iij !i ALL FRESH AND PURE Delivered J n i Jaily Our Cleanliness and .Purity Cox Son i' P.O.fciW ;