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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 20, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LtTHMIfrOI. ALTA.. TUtlDAY, AMIL H. ttM. COVE AFTEK Percy Cove, who is conceded to be the featherweight champion, of Cana- da is out after the lightweight title now, and hut) issued the following challenge to Billy Lauder, holder of the title, which appeared, in the Cal- gary News, of Saturdtty: i, Percy Cove, hereby challenge Billy Lauder for a 15-round contest at 133 Ibs. ringside for the light- weight championship of Canada, fight to take place, any ..time -alter the. first of May. PERCY COVE. When I fought Lauder before it was practically at catch weights and still I was able to get a draw. sir, I claim that I have as much right to the lightweight cham- pionship as Lauder, ior Marino beat Billy, and, then 1 beat Marino decis- ;Yours truly, PEECY COVE TWO GOOD ONES FIGHT TONIGHT Percy .Cove and Young Butler, the English featherweight boxer, come together tonight at Calgary. The records of- both these men arc of the classiest order at their weight and compare very evenly in every respect. Cove, has many admirers who believe that the time has not yet come for him to go down in de- feat, but still recognize in Butler a worthy antagonist. In view of the great showing that lightweight Eng- lish' fighters have: in Am- erica. of late, everyone has a fine re- spect for Butler. Mc- .NELSON AKD s MATCHED Battling Nelson, and Packey Faxland .rhaye been matched; to, forty-five rounds at San Francisco on July 5th. For a ipng time McFar- with the terms and anxious to get back with the He will be the only player of this teaiuto make the Maroon training camp two Reasons in succession. will report soon along with Jerry Ed auother Toronto boy, who caught for Petcrboro last year. Manager Lbhr is looking over the Winnipeg in Chicago and will take advantage of any opportun- ity to pick up likely looking It altogether likely that Lohr will have about twenty-two men to chooM from when, the players .report at Bed Wing a week from Monday. The little manager is, a hustler and in his last missive to the local man- agement stated that the training sea- son could not arrive too soon for him. Teddy Corbett, the old Maroon pit- cher, writes from Denver that be hat a couple of good men under view for Winnipeg. Joe Sporer has been lauded by Blackburn for Hegina. MAPLE LEAF FOOTBALL CLUB An enthusiastic meeting was held on Monday evening in Dr. Stewart's office. An independent football club was organized to enter the .city league competition. It was decided to call the club "The.Maple Leaf Football Club." The colors chosen were, black shirt, with white.maple and white knickers.; The following officers ware elected: Patrons, Any one who subscribes five dollars to the club; President, J. R. Anderson; Vice-President, Dr. J. S. Stewart; Sec.-Treas., A. J. Jones; Committee, A. Barnsley, F. R. F. McKitrick, and R. Fairbrother.. The membership fee was fixed at ono dollar. and F. R. F. Mc- Kitrick were appointed delegates to attend the City Leafrue executive. About twenty-five have signified their desire to join this independent club. A: cordial invitation is given to all; fo9tball enthusiasts to join the Ma- ple" Lenfs, which is" an independent club and membership is open to any- body. Further, be obtained from any officer or members of the committee. 1. TW 2. Twi 3 Fltwers .1........a o isi Sis Hopkins or the Fooliih Kid" 2, The Breaker 3. Teddy Some and Dance Artist has been trying to get matched with the charging Dane, but the battier. seemed anxious to evade him. McFarland's 4uick -and decisive wins over several of the best lightweight fighters in the country entities' him to a match with. Nelson, and when they come together it is likely the betting. will be about even. LETHBRIDGE BALL TEAM OPENS SEASON IN ST. .PAUL S-o far there except for the purpose Neral Market yew have uythinf to sdl or to reit place, it ii this colimi. If wait .aaytUai this coUiaa, J5e 'one. iiserttoi f iattrtions 8ITUATION5 VACANT as in ald Press 109-0 and office assistant. Apply Box 0.. Herald Office.' 90-0 TO large well-furnished room. Apply at two storey brown house, Barnes St., North Ward. 98-0 FOR acres choice irrigated For terms apply at once to Til- ley, Round. Street. TO new house, corner William -and' Agnes; Rent. per month. Apply Box E. B., Her- 101-0 TO cottages on Mackay North just west, of West- minster Road, near church. Qlty water and electric light. Size 24 x 26. Two bedrooms, dining "room "and kitchen'.'Ready June 1st. .Rent ?15. Apply E. U. Rylands. 104-6 TO. newly. furnished rooms with 1102 -Ford St. 106-6 TO roomed :house, in Pioneer Bottom near C. P. Ik bridge; chambermaids and a j piace for keeping, chickens and dining room girl io commence ,Gow. shed, .hay. shed, large May 1. Apply 'Empire .Hotel, .Mac-1 cMcken7hquVe.7 terrier leod. Alta. 109-0 pUpB Bbt-" torn. -Box BONDS wiH buy Dia- mond Coal Shares and Diamond Goal Bonds. For prices and 'particulars, address Mighton Cavanaugh, Nel- son B. C. :epd-l-mo TREES Tuff's trees are all right. Will, re- place 'any that may die. Ask your lawyer. If you can't believe him, ask your banker or grocer. Orders left at the postoffice or at the Tuff stores who carry 'the same qaulity. of goods .but in a diffrent line. ,L. P. Tuff, Lethbridge. 109-4 GOOD GENERAL SERVANT WANT- understands "her work. No other need "apply. Mrs. Devine, Redpath St. 180-O TO furnished rooms in modern .housei Apply Ashmead St., me block south of'gas well. 109-6. steward for the Chinook Club. Duties will be to take care of lawn, etc., in the morning, and, in charge of the house in the af- ternoon. 'Wages per month.' Ap- the club-house between 10 and morning. 109-a practical .gardeners. ;Apply L. Taylor, florist, Baftle'tt street and London Rd. 108-6 18 ct. finely Chased old country gold watch on Redpath, Sound or District, April 1% (Monday) afternoon between, and 5 o'clock. Finder returning same to Mrs. Meech, 210 Contts St., will be.rewarded- 10475 SITUATIONS-WANTED attend to few gar- :dens in spare time. William Smitbv c-o Herald Office- 109-12 the first signs of reviving life in gar- Of a better one is an enemy den and iorest. And then suddenly J to community." So encouraged_ the green banners are flung out and nature supplies you with, bowers of All through the summer's rain and heat tbe leaves grow until they are mature and when October comes they put on their gorgeous robes before ab- dicating. No wonder the prairie dweller com- ing east-in one autumn sighs to trans- port some of this enchantment to bis adopted country, and the time has come when tree planting is a part "f the work of the land holder and these helps in the economy of living will come iu. let the dweller of the treeless plains plant saplings that ere long will grow into giants of beauty and :of friendly shade. heat and light. A treeless country :s j in the new soil that as now o ___ _i -m limited both as to use and beauty, but we live with these patient help- ers, that are ever with us, treating them- with the densest indifference and using them for present comfort "without thought of their past 01 their future. Yet in reality a tree is like a friend In the earliest ages man made use the branches for weaving his tent and thatched it" with the leaves. From the wood he made implements for cap- turing the animals whose flesh and fur gave him food and clothing, while his earliest bread was tbe product of the acorn and chestnut. The- groves USM It Evtry Spring Mr: H- Hamilton, Ont., writes: "I have used Burdock-Blood Bitters-as a spring tonic, and I find it the'best thing I can take. It builds me right up and I use spring. It is excel- tent for the "blood." Spring Medicine Try as you may, it is next to impos- sible to escape so-called "Spring Fever." You get that weary, tired, listless, worn-out, don'tcarerto-work feeling. What is needed is to clean out the Purifiw the Blood Mrs. Geo. Mason, Apoha- qui, N.B., writes: "I have used Burdock Blood Bitters, and it. is a splendid spring medicine.: It purifies; they blood and is .Breateiit; remedy in the world lor pimples and boils." system and make the blood pure. The cleansing, blood-purifying action of Thst TiPi4 Ftfllof Mr. F. H. Leard Ssaka- tooa, writes: "I bare Burdock Blood Bitters M a blood builder think it sn exoeUent remedy. Everyone should take it in th4 to cure that tired tost comes to so Biav at thii time of the whereby it eliminates all the pent-up poison from the Bystem, starts the sluggish liver working; acts on the kidneys and the 'Dowels and renders it without exception THE BIST Indiftttan in Spring Hiss E.Brsdley, Hamilton, Ont., writes: sprittg I three bottles of Bur- dock Blood si 1 had indigestion and Tery thin blood. I tried everything be- iore taking the B. B. B., which I think is sn excel- lent spring tonic." Golden West Realty Co, A Few Golden Op- portunities 3 lots corner Coutts. and London Road POSITION class (.with Western experience) also can assist in hardware, dry goods, boots and shoes, or crockery, seeks in city or coun- try! Could invest" small capital if required. State; full .particulars to Box.G. erald. 107-6 WANTEDrrSituation. as, engineer, sta tionfixy" "by young man thoroughly -competent. Fair 'wages :Apply office. 105-6 two or three days V Mrs. Jaycock, Leth- bridge Postoffice. 108-12 12 Spur Track Lots 5 acre Farm cloto io Fair Gronndg per acre Thit could be sub-divided into 50 lots. Will tell for a lot Good Residential Lots on London Road Good terms Call in and lei aeshow yon other opportunities 1 have. If IMJ ttoy are good yon cau depend npon DAVID KING, Manager Office, 410 Round Telephone 951 SITUATION er with'-'three experience, good references', -desires position: Address Miss Margaret Walsh, High -River 10IM PROPERTY FOR SALE PROPERTY FOR lots will) house (5'TObms, good sta- ble; price 1400.00 cash, balance Apply Albert% Realty Co. 84.0 FOR new houee 01 Westminster Road, near pipe, 6 rooms, brick, foundation and cellar. liaBh; Balance easy. Alberta Realty Co. FOR room cottage with lot 60 x 102, corner of .London Road and Crabb St., cash gets it :Balauce -on easy terms. Apply on premises to owner, I. M. Pierce. 93-0 FOR house, eleven rooms fully modern. Ready May 1st. Ap ply Thos. Judson, Box 170. 99-0 FOR SALE OR seven roomed house in Duff addition. Can be made modern as soon as wate main is laid. Will be finished t< move into about April 26th. Address Adolph McNeil's cor ner, WaUwork St., Kprth.Ward. LOST Notice is hereby given that, the partnership heretofore, existing, tweei J. W-ang Yett and Mah Tai-'at Grassy Lake, Alberta" has been dis- solved, J.-'-Wting Yett naving bought out the interests of-i.Mah 1'ai All.out- itanding ace mnts should be forward- ed at once to 3 W.ung Tttt; Grassv Lake NOTICE Finding that our real busi- ness occupies all our tune, we -have to give up our collection business. Mr! L. 3yers has purchas- ed, this from us and will from this [ate carry it on under the Bame of he Byers Commission Agency, with ffice in the Bryan Block. Our com- jany will he known, in the future as ,be Canadian -Real Estate Company. Canadian Real Estate Co. Per E. T. McGregor, Mgr. 107-4 cameo pin within one block from new Central School. Find- er return same to Herald office and ;et reward. 104-O, delivering to old Capt. McDonald farm, 3 miles east oi Lethbridge, roan''bull, branded on, left hip XU Last November near dipping pen. Alta. Address S. A. Snell, Lethbridge. 105-6 sorrel horse with white face C 6 quarter circle six) on left side. Also oay horse with same brand also one pair of mules, one black and one brown, ior each horse or mule. R. Conquer- good, Grassy Lake, Alta. 104-6 between the Windsor Hotel and the Coaldale on Saturday forenoon-. There were twenty bills' oi each in an envelope addressed tc me. I will give ten dollars rreward fof return Nielspn, care ol the Herald. 106-6 LAND FOR SALE ACRES OF WHEAT Close 'to Taber, for sale, ranging ID 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 FOB acres, of choice land only two and a half miles, from Ray- mond. Partly 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 Bryan Block, over the 'Eureka Theatre, or Box 387, Lethbridge Alta. 107-6 FINE AND FINE LYING SECTION Taber, the best in for H cash. Will sel for by fall. No agents.: Hal: section cornering on the above, OT account death of owner, will be sold at a bargain. H. Graham. Grand view, la. 109- ESTABLISHED 1854 SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULAT10NS Any person wno is the sole head oi a family, or any male over 18 yean old, may homestead a quarter-section of available Dominion in. ;oba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. The applicant must appear in person at ,he Dominion Lands Agency or Sub- Agency for the district. sroxy may be made at any agency t of intending homesteader. months' residence upon and cultivation of the land In eaob of three years. A homesteader maj live within nine miles of" bis home stead on a farm of at least 80 aetet solely owned and occupied by-him or by his son, daughter, brother or sister. In certain districts a homesteader in good "standing mar' quarter-section, alongside nil home stead. Price per acre. Duties. -Must reside six months in eacn of six years from date of homestead entry (including the time required to earn homestead patent) and cultivate fifty acres extra. A homesteader who has exhausted his homestead right and cannot "ob- tain a pre-emption may take a "pur- chased homestead in certain ,dwlTieU. Price per acre. reside six months in each of three years, cultivate fifty acres and erect a bouse worth, W.W.CORY. Deputy Minister of the_ Interior. publication oi this advertisement will 'not be paid for. Merchants lank of Canada ;HEAD OFFICE. MONTREAL Paid.up Capital............... Reserve and Undivided 4.267.400 ACCHMX tf McrclMils, toners and Rinchers Mtcitd Drafts Money Orders Letters of Credit Savings Bank Department BmeiV CoakUU Block, St. ND HAND STORE Dear Public: I wish- to call your atten- tion to another bargin.. line I-have in: Those 2 hole stoves, .so useful on -the homstead or in the shack: I am cutting down to The double wool fleeced mat- tresses about which I wrote you some time ago and which you were so quick to appre- ciate, I am still stocking, and the price: remains I am recognized as the cheapest man in town for and beds, springs and mat- tresses, are cheaper here than anywhere else. I will write and let you know of any other special snap I may receive. Yours obediently. ;