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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 19, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LtTHMIDM, MONDAY, APRIL If, APPLEBY A FALSE ALARM Fred Appleby, the English runue of whom so much has boon heard proved u. disappointment in the with Fred Simpson, Indian from Pet orboro. Appleby quit in the firs lap of the sixteenth mile, just a lap after Simpson had passed him, thi Hiawatha Indian finishing the las five miles alone. Appleby set all the early pace bui at the .twelfth mile was laboring hard. Appleby may .have beaten Shrubb at fifteen miles, bux the Aiiie'of to- day would run rings around him The time was very good for fifteen being- against" 1.26 23 3-5 in the Derby at New York, and when Appleby quit the cheering was loud and long, the crowd rush- ing over the field. Simpson was caught by enthusiasts and car- ried around the field on the shoulders of admirers, Appleby's explanation for his- poor showing was the weather, he declaring that he was near frozen from the second mile up to the fifteenth. ST. IVES DEFEATS 3L4XONEY Henri St. Ives, the world-beating ex-waiter, again demonstrated his superiority over Maloney, the speedy Yonkers Marathon winner, in a, twen- ty mile race at Melrose park. Provi- dence, before upwards of en- thusiasts, over a six-lap track. SKKUBB AND. ST. IVES St. Ives the wonderful little French man, who proved that he is the 'best long distance runner-in the World by the manner in which he won tho Ma- rathon Derby at the Polo grounds on April 3, is matched to meet Alfred Shrubb, the speed marvel, in a fifteen mile race at the American League Baseball Park, Saturday ni-ght, April 24, when the park will 'be lighted by a n'ew arrangement of electric lights which will be put up specially, for the occasion. "WHO'S "BEST Who, in your opinion is the great- est fielder in the American League? Fielder Jones, was asked one day last summer, and his answer .was: "Matty. of the Detroit Tigers." The otfoer day was asked who, in his opinion, was the best out baseball had seen in. recent years and "Matty" immediately re- plied: 3. '-Why, Fielder Jones, of course." Mclntyre 'believes Jones a great outfielder he C3ain judge bat- ters better than probably any other man in baseball; Jorifes believes Hclntyre the great- est outfielder because of "Matty's" ability to throw and because he is a good judge of batters and because he is one of the best -hitters.- .in the league. Jones spoke of Matty's arm and remarked more than once: I could only whip a ball like WONDERFUL BOY BELLIARDIST. Australian exchanges just to hand tell us of. another, record performance by young George Gray in his second billiard match with Fred Lindrum: The youngster has established an Aus well as a; world's record, having compiled a break of 591, of which no fewer than 504 were made off the red ball, the latter being the new jmark. The previous, best was 435 compiled off the colored 'boll the same player a few weeks previous ly in Before Gray's records are accepted as genuine under .Eng- lish standard conditions 'they will re- quire enlightenment" regarding the size of the balk line on the .table on which, the records were made. In Aus- tralia the'balk line is said to be two inches wider than in England, and in- forma'tion as to the performance will be awaited with eager mteredt.; any. caqp the boy is a marvel to ac- complish such a remarkable feat. J JIM CORB53TT SETTLED Jim Corbett is jealous of Al Kauf- man. When the fact that Johnson was going to take on "Big called to his attention he said ang- rily: "Whom did Kaufman ever lick? He took 43, rounds to knock out poor old Jimmy Barry, and at that rate he would last about five minutes before a first class man. Isow, T don't want to knock Kaufman, but for the life of roe I don't see what license anypnc had to consider suck a fellow ahead of me." Corbett complains -bitterly that ho is spoken of as "old.'' "Thougti I am he says, "I have always ta-. ken good care of myself. I weigk 192 pounds and am us spry us 1 was several years ujro. Tho; only difference between Johnson and j myself is ton years-of age, and that has not made as big a difference >is j most people believe." j TWO BASEBALL EXTREMES "Jack" Powell and tlarry Ho well, arc the two extremes among the Am- erican League pitchers. Strangely i enough both are members of the same j McAleer's St. Louis Browns. Powell pitches with, more ease, less exertion and calls less muscles into play than any other pitcher in the rnftriean league. Howell uses more muscles, exercises i himself more, goes to more exertion and makes his work harder for him- self than does any other twirier-am-j ong the eight ciubs under Ban B. Johnson. Some claim that "Wild Bill" Dono- van is one of the easiest pitchers, and some will contend that he is the easiest, but "Bill's" hip movement bars him from the distinction of'be- ing that. Ralph Glaze, who was with Boston ast year, came near to working as lard as Howell. but he didn't quite Louch Harry's mark. 1. T 2. Twii Lire ami Dity 3. Lira? FUwers S O N Q "Sfce Wiiti by the Deep Blue Sea" Prices I5c and 25c. 1. The Thaten Dou Ju Hopkics or the Foolish Kid" 2. Princeu Tarpeia The Famous Jail Breaker 3. Teddy Thaten Some and Dance Artist JVERYMAN'S GOOD FORTUNE. It is not the good fortune of every i man to buy a horse lor and with in three months see him develop into a pacer. But such is .the good brtune of Len Brooks, of Oshawa. Ont.. owner of the new wonder, Fly- ng Jib. Brooks is a liveryman and last sum mer purchased a carload of Animals or his business. Among the lot was a scraggy looking individual that in- and proved worthless as a buggy 'horse, owing to ill temper and general desire to smash things. Brooks did not know what to do vith. the animal. Beyond the fact ,hat he Deveres (2.12 a ion of Direct (2.05 1-2) nothing was nown of his breeding. It remained or a swipe to discoyer that the ine-devii was a pacer, he ucceeded in convincing Brooks that j a trial in 'hobbles would prove the' .nimal's value or worfchlessness. Already the gelding, now named 'lying Jib, has shown miles on the ce in 2'.06 flat. Harness-horse harks predict that -he will prove as Teat a sensation as -did The Eel last eason. Fit-Reform. Spring Overcoats nothing in Canada with which to compare these Overcoats. No Merchant Tailor can dupli- cate them in style, workmanship or value. The "Fit-Reform11 in a garment tmeaiis me truest economy, just as it means the finest tailoring. ,5 GajrwdBUck ud Vicuna Overcoats to McKELVlE McGUIRE Sole Acents for LethbricUe. BASEBALL NATIONAL At Chicago: Ohicatjo 081; Pitts- urg, 1 10 1. AMERICAN At St. Louis: St. Louis 616 1; Chicago 260- At Rocky Point: Providence, East- ern 2; Brooklyn jSTationals 1. Washington: Washington 1 7 4; Boston 3 12 1. At Detroit: Detroit, 7 10 i; Clove- land, 5 S 2. At. St. Louis: Americans, -1 4 1; Chicago, 2 10 0. At Chicago: Nationals, Chicago, 1 2-1; St. Louis, 472. At Cincinnati: National, Boston; o 9 2; Brooklyn, 193. At New National, Philadel- phia, 13 1; New York, 4.9 l.V" At Phiila-delphia: Aiiierican, Philadel phia, 67 3; New York, 4 3 5. At Jersey. City: New -York, Ameri- ;can, Jersey City, Eastern, 3. At X'etroit: Detroit, 34 0; Clcve- 2 3JL At Cincinnati: National, Cincinnati 7 2; St. Louis. 3 3 2. A Comfortable Collar all the Ywr "WABASH" INCH, BACK 1ft INCH. 2 for 26c. IRON FRAME for 60c, TOOKC BIKM. LIMITED, MONTREAL OF COLLARS, TIES, vesra- ANO IMPORTEM OF PURNISHINQB. n McFADDEN" Again Andy IVlcFaclden of North Dakota, defeated M. Matsuda, the Jap the "West by taking two of three falls at Oliver's" Hall S-aturday night. The match was supposed to be for the welter- weight championship of the North- west. McFadden gained first fall. jn .a" little over fifteen m'inutes. Mat-' suda took the next in seven ininutes, and the third fall McFaddcn won in a little better than .nine minutes. The match was very fast and the small crowd in attendance were very well pleased with the bout. Jack Clarke refereed. Eureka patrons when the Duo presents another of their repertoire of successful Hopkins and the Silly Kidl ?This is one of the funniest sketches than can be staged the Thaten Duo has the coni3: deuce of the people that he can put itoh at its ,V The pictures to be of the high order this week and with good illustrated song and other singing and, dancing "grogfarnme will .be most; complete. PROTEST IN HIGH RIVER High IRiver, April.; there will" be 'a protest entered against the election of L. M. Roberts- for this con- stituency, is a foregone conclusion. A GREAT ESCAPE ARTIST AT THE-' a -recent meeting held by the Con- EUREKA servatives it--was. That which is'mysterious and cle- that falliug-at the .wrest ver never fails to appeal to .the :en- the seat" from Mr.. Roberts, they would lightened mindsl There' will: appear proceed with the protest. Those pres'.-. .at the Eureka. Theatre this week.', a j'erit at the meeting were in .a deter- wonderfully clever and .mystifying] mined mood -and will not be satisfied Princess: with the situation until the courts is "recognized as the most famous es-: decide on the question. cape artist on or off the stage. She j invites the police or anyone else to' produce, handcuffs, shackles, rope any such appliance1 by which'she mav j Paducah, Ky.V April The- :man be held, and guarantees to defy the said to; thejougest efforts to hold her. world' -vras drowned iu a creek near -Princess Tarpeia has been copied! here today. He was Arthur Hugh from time to time, but with little j Thomas T. Dewitt Talmage Hardio success -by her would-be rivals. Etkfe" Lianie Marion cam Jones rigg Reuben Walk- is-in a class. hy herself The atura] her great performance lies in 'tlia.j er Chiles, .who disappeared on Friday fact that she does not go within an {and his .body found in to make escape, but i Creek. Each name was for some in full :view of the audience, she ac- i preacher of note. .His father, was .complishes her marvellous j superintendent of Rescue Mission .of There -is a- treat' in store for- the i Paducah. Mlllillllllllllllf III The New Century Snow Ball Canadian and Dowshell All well known makes PKICESFROM MltCELLAHEOUi FOR SALE. FOE class grocery busi- nes in good live mining' town on ,j Crowe Nest Pass, about twenty-thou- i sand dollar "pay roll. Stock about doing a busineas ol about j per month. Only oue op- position. Good terms. No strike in I this town. The agreement with the is settled for two years. Apply i Box 10, Herald. 103-0 FOR Democrat wagon, al- most new. Apply at Wilson'g Auc- tion rooms. Ford St. 103-6 FOR light horses brok- aen to saddle, one mare (Ethel one surrey almost new ao.d set double harness. Apply to Wm. A. Ott. 104-6 Upwards Free Trial Given T Bros. Q-eneral Hardware LETHBRIDGE ALTA, FOR SALE-30 head of dry oows. Apply to James Sheran Ranch, Lethbridge, or Box 72. 04-6 Herald market Place yoa to sell-or to real place It ii this coldma. If you want iDythiuf use this column. 25c oue iasertioH. 6 for new rubber- tired runabout buggy. Apply P. 0. Box 35. 04-0 plowing outfit; uji- der-mounted Avery .engine with ten bottom Cockshutt plow, as good as new. Easy terms. Apply F. E. Ma- son Land Co. 104-6 TO RENT. TO large 'well-furnished room. Apply at two storey brown St.. North Ward. 98-0 FOR acres choice irrigated garden land near fairgroujids. For terms apply at once to Skeith Til- ley, Round: Street. TO uew house, corner William and Agnes St., Rent. per month. Apply Box E. B., Her- ald Office. 101-0 TO house to rent, fur- nishings for sale. Apply Box 354, city. 1Q3-6 SITUATIONS VACANT j TO cottages on Mackay St., North Ward, just west of West- minster Road, near chAireh. City j water and electric light.. Size 24 x 26. as aprentice in Her-j Two bedrooms, dining- room and aid Press 109-0-kitchen. Ready June 1st. Rent E. U. Rylands. 104-6 experienced girl to do nousework. Must be over 8 years of TO newly furnished J. Lee Johnston, 314 Cutbill St. 104-4 rooms., with bath. 1102 Ford St. 106-6 stenographer and-ofBce assistant. Apply :uoz 0., Herald .90-0 capable woman two days a week to do: washing and clean- ing for small family. Apply Box H., Herald. 103-6 TO roomed Pioneer Bottom near C. P. R. bridge; good place for keeping chickens and .cows.'. Cow .shed, hay -shed, .large chicken house." Also fine bull terrier pups-for sale. H. River Bot- tom. Box P., Herald; 06-6 good .man to drive ex- press wagon. Must know -the city well. Apply .seating salary expected to Postoffice Box 322. 103-6 outfits to break 1500 acres, 'southeast Stirling. Apply A. C. Bohrnstedt Co., Stirling, Al- 106-3 GOOD GENERAL SERVANT. WANT- who understands her .work. No other need- apply. Mrsi Devine, Redpath. St.: 180-0 POSITION class groceryman (with. Western experience) also can assist in dry goods, boots and .or crockery, seeks situation city or coun- try. Could invest small capital if required. State full particulars to Box G. B., Lethbridge erald. 107-6 POSITION fireman on breaking outfit pr will .take; job .as engineer on stationery engine. Have third class paper.- Ready on short notice. Apply J: T. bridge P. O. 103-6 TO Rouse for May and June, telephone and fully mod- ern. Apply west side Bartlett.'St., second house north. Courtland St.. be- tween- hours 2 and 4 -p-m, LOST chased, old country gold watcli on Redpath, or District, April 12.. (Monday) aftcraoon'-be'tween-3.30 and 5 o'clock. same to Mrs. Meech, 210 Cputts St., will be rewarded.' 104-5 cameo pin within one 'block from new. Central School. Find- er return- same to -Herald 'office and get reward. delivering- to old Capt.. McDonald farm, 3 miles east of Lethbridge, roan bull, branded on left, XU Last seen November near dipping pen at Stirling, Alta. Address S. A; 105-6 as .engineer, sta-; rtionary or otherwise by young man thoroughly; competent. Fair wages. Apply to Box 22, Herald office. 105-6 sorrel horse.' with (.6 quarter circle on left side. Also bay horse same braridi also one pair of mules, one black-and one browns ?5 reward for each horse or mule. R. Conquer- good, .Grassy Lake, Alta. 104-6 two or three days a week. Applv Mrs. Leth- .b'ridge Postoffice. 10812 CLEANING, orders. for house' cleaning, window washing and general light job work with-'porter at Lethbridge Barger Shop or drop card to P. 0. Box 450. pay. 180-0 PROPERTY FOR SALE PROPERTY FOR lots witli house (5 rooms, good sta- ble; price -HOG.OO cash, balance easy. Apply Alberta Realty Co. 84.0 FOR new house Westminster Road, near new aland pipe, 6 brick foundation and cellar. cash. Balance easy. Alberta Realty Co. FOR room cottage witli lot 60 x 102, corner of London Road and Crabb St., cash gets it. Balance on easy terms. Apply on. premises to M. Pierce. 93-0 SCENE FROM "WOMAN AGAINST WOMAN' NIGHT AT THE LYCEUM TO- The Jeanne Russell The Lyceum Home of High-class Drama and lUfined Van- deville Popokr Pricw 35c. and 5Qc. We LEAD, OTHERS TRY TO FOLLOW THE JEANNE RUSSELL COMPANY In the success of two continents The Great English Society Comedy Drama BETTY BARROWS will ling the eratte toog by ArdiU. song that mack and ftmoua 6 BIG 6 YaudeviJle Features TONIGHT AT The Lyceum Popuhr and 50c. FOR house, eleven rooms fully modern. Ready May 1st. Ap- ply Tbos. Judson, Box 170.- 99-O FOS SALE OR; seven- roomed house in Duff addition. Can be made modern as soon as water main is laid. Will be finished to move into about' April 25th. Address Adolph Swennumson, McNeil's cor- ner. Wallwork St.. North Ward. 04-6 between the Hotel and the Coaldale on Saturday forenoon. There were twenty'bills of each in an envelope addressed, to me. .1 will give ten dollars rreward for return to J. C: Nielsnu, :.of the Herald. WANTED TO BUY WANTED TO good second- hand tent. Apply, stating price and full particulars., re size and price to P.O.. Box 1291. 103-6 FOUND book, con- taining receipts, etc. "Owner can have same by calling at Herald of- fice and- paying for ad. 105-0 LAND FOR SALE ACRES OF WHEAi LAND- to Taber, for sale, ranginc in price from up. Stewart Mat- thews Co., Ltd., E. B. Tainter, Local representative, Taber, Alta. 104-27 LOTS 23 and 24, Block 148. What will you offer for these lots. Address owner, P. 0. Box 1534. Edmonton. 105-6 -FOR acres, of: choice land only two and a half miles from Ray- mond. Bartly' fenced; 120 acres of winter wheat on summer fallow; bal- ance good clear prairie. Can be handled .with cash; balance one-half crop payments. Apply to the Canadian eal Estate Co., Office Room 9, Bryan Block, over the 'Eureka Theatre, or Box 387, Lethbridge, Alta. 107-6 ESTABLISHED 1854 Merchants Bank of Canada HEAD OFFUE. MONTREAL Paid-np Rewrve and Undivided Profili............ 4-.267.400 Accounts of Merchants, Farmers and Ranchers Solicited Draft! Money Orders Letters of Credit Savings Bank Department Block, St. A CHANCE FOB TLe organUation of in aad profitable mine into company cilen tplendid lor small investors, who quickhr. project fill sUud rigid Write for inicrmation to Gen- eral Investment Corporation, Ltd., Dept. E., Grain Eichtufe Buildinf, Winnipeg, Man. with about thou- sand dollars, for a splendid ptjrinf business in good rising town. Apply in confidence. Box P., Herald. 108-4 NOTICE The partnership heretofore carried on by J. F. Rodgers and Joseph A. Young under the firm name of Kodg- ers and Young in the business of a sales stable at Lethbridge is this day dissolved by mutual consent. All ac- counts due the partnership are pay- able to J. F. (Eodgers and" all liabil- ities of the partnership are by the said 3. F. Rodgers. DATED at Lethbridge this 8th day of April, 1909. J. F. DODGERS. JOSEPH A. YOUNG. f 0 f 0 ASSIGNEE'S SALE SEALED TENDERS will be receiv- ed by the undersigned up to 12 o'clock on Wednesday April 21st, 1909, at a rate on for the stock-in- trade- and fixtures of the business carried on at High River, in the Pro- vince of Alberta, by J. A. Gillis, In- solvent. Lot 35b. Lot. No.. Lot No. hats and furnishings Lot No. Lot No. Total.............-......... Tenders 'may be for any or all ihese lots. 'The highest or any ten- der not necessarily accepted. Terms: iwo months, secured, with interest "at seven per cent, or special terms niay secen per cent, or special terms.may 5e :submitted. Information may be obtained ..from the undersigned, and intending: pur- chasers may see the stock upon-the premises at High River. DATED at .Calgary this 12th day of April A. D., 1909. THE "TRUSTS AND GUARANTEE CO., LTD. Official Assignee, 107-2 A. G.-ROSS, Manager. Notice is hereby given that--', the partnership heretofore existing fe tweex J. Waug Yett and Mah Tal at Grassy Lake, Alberta, has been dis- solved, J. Wirag Yett :na-ving: bought out the interests of Mah' -Jai All out- otaoding ace >unts .should be forward- ed at once" to. J Wuug yett., Grassy Lake Albena. _ NOTICE Finding that our real estate busi- ness occupies .all our time, we have decided to give up our collection business. Mr. L.'Byers has purchas- ed this from as and will from this date carry it on under the name of the .Byers Commission Agency, _with office in the Bryan Block, Ouz com- pany-will be known, in the future as the Canadian Real Estate Company. The Canadian Real Estate Co. Per E. T. McGregor, Mgr. 107-4 T. E. PATTERSON, Office. Oliver Phone 887. market.. Prompt home, and weight guaranteed. ORDER YOUB Coal from Phone 287. Best and cleanest on the delivery at your DELAY IN BUYING CITY PRO- perty moans higher, prices tomorrow. Buy today. Any locality on easy terms. FARM LANDS. WILL "SELL ON crop payuient plan or spread over a term of years at 6 per cent. DO NOT TAKE ANY CHANCES OF being burned out. Now is the time to insure yaur house- and furniture. Lowest board rates. YOU WANT A HEINTZMAN The best is none too good for you. Buy. a Heintzman and you will be satisfied. Easy terms or disceunt for cash. Orders and correspondence licited. -Phone No. 287. SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any person who is the .sole head of a family, or any male .over 18 jreaw old, may homestead a quarier-Bectibb of available Dominion land in Mani- toba, Saskatchewaa or. Alberta. The applicant must appear in person M the Dominion Lands Agency "or Agency for the district: "EntT by proxy 'rnay be made at any agenty Ur of months1 residenw upon and cultivation of the land eaeb of three years. A homesteader may live within nine miles of Mi home stead on a farm of at least 80 _acwf solely owned and occupied by him-or by his father, mother, son, daughter, brother cnr sister. In certain districtB a homesteadat in good standing may pro.empt a quarter-section alongside hii stead. Price per acre. Duties. -Must reside six months in eaen years from date of: homestead entry Concluding the time required1 to earn homestead patent) and cultivate fifty acres extra. A homesteader who has exhausted hi? homestead right and cannot tain a pre-emption may take a pot- chased homestead in certain districts. Price 53.00 per acre. reside six months in each, of three years, cultivate fifty acres and eMet a house worth W.W.COHT; Deputy Minister of the Interior. publication ol this advertisement will, not paid General Teaming you want, yovr yard cleaned up, .vhen you want your garden plowed, Jf you, want some manure for gardon purposes, better or phone 301, I sup- ply your wants. WM. TAYLOR ;