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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 24, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHiRIOOi, AtTA., SATURDAY, APRIL 24, im. William Head Co, ltd. Calgary and Lethbridge Plumbing and Ventilating Steam and Hot Water Heating A full line of Pipes, Fittings, Valves, Steam Gauges, Lu- bricators and Injectors al- ways in stock Dufferin Street Phone 299 MOVING PICTURES. 05- _ VAUDEVILLE- foro leaving Toronto for New York roads VI guwss Tom Longboat it a be "tmd he will just fade out of the business urnl dis- appear. It's too bud, because he- was a great runner, but he has been in bad hands and selfish ones. Some- body cLse's interest was preferred to his, and they happened to fit in Longboat got oonwideration. but otherwise he was only a tool. He would have run me fifteen miles "at one time, but was not allowed, and now'he is not fit or willing to run anybody. I am sorry-I did not get a chance to show what I could do with him at distances shorter than the 3Iarathou. He wasn't of me, 1 'don't think, 'but I could make a show of him the best 'day he cyer saw-up to" twenty miles, and the people he took orders from knew-it. That's why he v.-ont' time on his agreement with xne. They got me" to run him at the Marathon dis- tance by giving me a written agree- ment for a fifteen mile race within six weeks afterwards. Then, when I failed to linish in the Marathon, though I beat him out of sight for over twcaLy miles, and he won this race through my failure, and not his own ability, because he was carried, coaxed and paced in violation of all the rules, hft runs away and hi-des in Deseronto. Once more 'he came along of his own free will.' offered me the race he knew he owed me, and sign- ed an agreement. That to come oft today, but longboat got ai BSBWSSSS55 YOU will be cordUHy welcomed by the Lethbridge Builders (the first organized class for the study of the Bible in southtrn Alberta) at their Bible Study class, which meets in the Lecture Room at Wesley Church every Sunday afternoon at 3. o'clock BRING YOUR FRIENDS different and better ball player than when he played for Edmonton. Conrad is travelling at a fast clip. This player is a good all round man. He can play the infiekl, especially first base, and.is equally at home in any of the garden positions. Of the pitchers, Goodman and Tad- field work well and should make .any of-the other twirlers go some to beat them out. Taking everything into considera- I sore heel as soon us his .friers fpund tion the playerg shape up Hke 1. Dr. Jekell and Mr. Hyde 2. Mind Reader 3. Unselfish Goest o N :1'e a Feeling For You" Prices I5c and 25c. 1. The Thaten DQU In bigh class comedy sketch ''Actors Flirtation" 2. Princess Tarpeia Famous Jail Breaker 3. Teddy Thaten Song and Dance Artist rlassy bunch, and 'When the grounds an he had more regard for his agree- ment than they ffave him credit" for., flre foed wili make j I have hacl some shabby treatment j better showing. I over this Longboat business, but I j have kept my entrairements I will be still i! Builders and i; Contractors i Our increased sales in Builders' Hardware con- i firms our claim that we 11 have the right GOODS at the right price. Let us figure with you i I Hayr Brps. ii General Hardware LETHBRIDGE ALTA. MI i TI 1111 MM i11 in 1 FOR grocery in good live mining town on Crows Neit Paw, about twenty-thou- sand dollar pay roll. Stock about doing a biuinew of about per month. Only one op- position. Good terms. No itrike in this town. The agreement with the men settled for two years. Apply Box 10, Herald. 103-0 MISCCLLANEOUI FOR tAUE. new rubber- .tired runabout buggy. P. 0. Box 35. 04-0 FOE range, almost new. Phone 124. W. R. Brown, 25 Argyle Avenue. UO-6 FOR SALE-Eight head of. good young work horses, well broken. Ap- ply John Whitesel. New Dayton. 110-6 FOR complete 5x7 por- trait camera outfit, cheap for cash. Apply to Box 84, Macleod, Alta. 112-2 FOR head oxen, 6 years old, well broken and quiet, harness for four oxen; all Would trade for horses. Will sell one. black mare also. Apply to S.E. X S. 32, Tp. 8, R. 22, or Box 1387, Lethbridge. 112-6 LETH BRIDGE EMPLOYMENT BUREAU Labor supplied free to employers. Office 7-9. 12-2. 6-9. f. 0. Box phone W Office with Skeith 4 Tilldf. cor. Round and Dufferin For excavating- by the yards, more or less, for the 4ew Can- adian Bank of Commerce; -also lor sand and gravel by the yard." Tenders ing to W. H. Cawstonj Lethhbridge Hotel, or at the Canadian of Commerce office. Lowest or anj der not necessarily accepted, FOB SALE-Seed oats, pure strain Amreican Banner. High germinat- ing test. Also good clean seed oats. WANTED with about sand dollars, for a splendid payin. business in good rising town. Apply in confidence. Box P., Herald., who will gtiaure a post office box with J. H. White; Pawson Bros., Coaldale; Telephone 712, Lethbridge exchange. H3-4 7O There running'after he is forgot- undoubtedlv a certairi I amount of truth .in .what Shrubb i says, but it would be 'better for him- self and his popularity in Canada if he would desist from talking, and take a lesson or two from the silent Indian in the art of 'knowing ..when pond, an-d outside of 'being to keep quiet, as well as a lesson in as a bull dog, he has lots to learn Marathon distance running.- Shrubb's about the boxing game, as played in wagging tongue has done a great A PREACHER AND A FAN Spokane, Wash., April Calgary. As a boxer, Butler is there is six ways, but he lacks ex- perience and a punch to go after any jn Calgary. JOE'S BALLOON JOURNEY The Joe Reid-Fullerton go. was a deal to make him unpopular in. Can- atla, where otherwise he.would, be a favorite. Shrubb an-d St. Yves, the French long -distance .runner, are scheduled to run -a-.13rinile Marathon in New THE BOXING CARNIVAL JN CALGARY 'good one while it lasted. The end; York, tonight. It should prove very The bout between Percy and Butler at Calgary last Tues- 'day night as recorded by The Alber- tan main .feature of the boxing carnival at the Auditorium, rink was the quick finishing stunts of three events out of ..The -other -event was a joke. came in the third -when Fullerton I "as both are fast for the knocked Joe through the and distance. _. the boxer fell" .five feet to the floor .v-; lighting on.Ms head, which put: him HOW THE WHITE SOX OR CAL out of business Referee Stewart- 'fbr a few minutes, awarded Fullerton the -bout. Joe was.not 63kiiiluij, btil'the-feferee's decision was final.- JSven. the GARY ARE SHAPING UP t 'Charlie'; Crist, matiagcr of the Cal- gary baseball team, received a wire bout gone there could" jiare 'been' from Eddie Killian, a pitcfier, stat- but one ending, and-that' in ing he wbutd sign "on for the White Dr. .William J. Hindley, minister o{ the gospel arid fap, a ball sSrmon to liis fiocii in Piigrim Congregational Church at the ing of the league season in Spokane, speaking of life as a rooter would expound rules of the game! He talked of 'the' battery, fielders, basemen, coaches, umpire and the man at the bat, saying among other things "For the sake of the team, and for the sake of the game, stand up to the plate. If you can't line out a run, maybe you can drop a Texas leaguer back of that will do almost as much, good. But bend every effort to meet the ball and fan out when there are men on thp -bases waiting score. "There may two or _ men on bases, with two men out and two-strikes against the batsman in the last half ninth. Daily Herald Market PiiCG H i to sell or 10 rent place it ia this column. If you want anything use this column. 25c one insertion i iuertiotis for Si SITUATIONS VACANT TO Targe well-furnished room. Apply at two storey brown house, Barnes St., North Ward. 98-0 FOE acres choice irrigated garden land near fairgrgvmd.s., a Fo? 4 2iK ley, Boqgg WANTED TO BUY DIAMOND COAL SHARES AND BONDS will buy Dia- mond Coal Shares and Djiamond .Coal Bonds. For prices and address Mighton. Cavanaugh, Nel- son, B. C. eod-1-ino Notice TO new William and Agnes St., Rent; per month, aid Office. To the Brothers of the Independent Order of Oddfellows in Alberta, and I W) the Pufclioja _____ NOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN that I the Independent Order of Oddfellows corner is not in affiliation with the Chester Unity or the Canadian Order Apply Box E. B., Her- Of Oddfellows'or with'any other Or- 101-0 der using the name "rwMfeiinwn TO bed room, two gentlemen. Apply Box 120 bridge; chambermaids and a TO RENT-Two furnished TOOT dining room girl to commence work modern house. Apply Ashmead Id Alta 0 OUe block south of weU rooms in St., 109-6 por- ter, also girl to assist dining room. Apply Balmoral Hotel, Lethbridge. 113-0 WANTED AT and apprentices to the dressmaking. Ap- ply to Mrs. T. W. Clarke, costumier, cor. and Redpath, streets. 09-6 class Dallas Hotel. waitress at 109-6 _ _ ton's favor the main bout between Butfer 5unl Cove, the Calgary gladiator put the Vancouver man's light out early in the fourth round, while the Reid- Fullerton go only lasted four rounds and Gene Parker put Steele to the bad after four rounds, and could have done it in the second had be wanted. "It was easily seen that Jimmy Butler was no match for the. -slim Calgary artist. As soon as the first round opened, Cove showed his superiority. He landed hard and clean every time. When Cove led there was always something doing, an-d the artist led only when there were chances of getting in on But- ler. Butler has a style that is Eng- lish, in all its details. He can slip around the 'ring very fast, duck well and land often. Where Butler fell down "was in the mixing end. Every time ...he mixed. Cove got the lonp by landing a couple that always took effect. Butler's blows came of- ten, .but there was nothing behind them that could even .blink. Butler's stvlc Sox h'.nefrded. Crist will send Kill- JRei-d received crack when he I ti-atisportatiOtt at once, as he is hit the floor, and- this must have considered -.at go'Od mail.; Last, season taken all the steam out of him. He lic was ipitcher'in. the In- afterwards challenged Pullerton to: land Empire League.- He played for, another bout at any time, place; or rentlarid, only'-'i6'at four Barnes out of twenty-two. Killiatt has a brother who played regularly all last season. for western. Spokane in the Nortli- date. Gene Parker showed himself to be. in a class by himself as a prelim- inary boxer. He was Steele's master right from the ring of the bell. Steele took the count in the first round, and then Parker .let up. Gene written Barnstead a letter that, may came again strong in." the'fourth with bring him around. The director'? will left to the face, and one left, upper- know in a day or two whether Cal- cut lifted Steele off the floor, which" gary or the Hat will get this pitch- seen the fight SpoV'notice. Apply J; kane. Your hit, Vhibh may seem" a small thing in will' ,ihan vic- tory for uonie one, while- POSITION nrenian on breaking outiit or will take job as engineer- on stationary engine. Have j third class paper.. Readly on short to .cbhriect' the Vail results in defeat ifor the others v.as Fight until "the i Almighty doesn't a; quitter: "I" am a' atron o.basebai God ioe-8 -class.- waitress, at once. Apply Model Union Restate STORE TO RENTr-SmaU store in HiU Block. Apply, E. J. Hill Co 109-6 and that members of these latter or- ganizations are not entitled to fraternal recognition from jnembWs or lodges of the I. 0. 0. F, IT.W.MITCHELt, O.E.TISDALE, Grand Master. Grand Secretary, Calgary, -Alta, 112-6 Apr. 20 1909. TO RENT-Fully modern house, far- nished. Two doors west of Centra] School. Apply A. Wallace, 710 Bompas LAND FOR SALE ACRES OF WHEAT vlPje jfo Taber, for sale, ranging in price, from up. Stewart: the Eureka Theatre, or Box 387, Lethbridge, 111-6 PROPERTY FOR SALE PROPERTY FOR lots house (5 good sta- price ;f 400.00 cash, balance easy. Apply .Alberta'..Realty 84-0 GARDENER-Can few ;gar-i FOR new'' nbuee dens m spare-tune. William Smith, UWUBC c-o Herald Office. ,109-12 Road, near new; atand pipe, 6 rooms, brick foundation and cellar. cash. Balance easy; Alberta Realty Go. two or three days a week." Apply Mrs. Jay cock, Leth- bridge Postoffice.. 108-121 FOR SALE-New house, eleven rooms Ready May 1st AD- SITUATION ply Thos.; Box 170. 99-O er with, three years' good! references, desires position. Address Miss Margaret. Walsh, High River. 109-5 writing and a couiits the nature of -the if any held by them and !such shall be verified -by Statu- tory .Declafafioh of the claimant or nis agent. AND TAKE NOTICE that dtef the 20th day of -May- A. D., 1909, Cather- ine Pilliuc, adtonnigtratrix of fhe- said estate" wiu protseed to distribute the assets of the said deceased amongs'" the persons entitledl thereto, haviT-'r regard only .to the claims Of she shall then have had notice! that the said Catherine Pilling, f not be liable for the said any part thereof to any j whose claims she received noticed DATED at Lethbridge, of April A. D. 1909. W. C. SIMMONS Solicitor for Catherine ministratrix of "the estate? Pilling; 3rd class certi- ficate wishes employment running from all Association Football J engine, Ad" Both -men received a good reception has a great wing. He can throw, to from the large crowd. j second .without the least effort and accurate throwing makes tho SAYS LONGBOAT IS A DEAD ONE work easy fttr the second baseman. If there "is one rival runner more than another chat Alfred Shrubb seems anxious io throw the harpoon into, it is Tom Long-boat. On every possible occasion before the great Canadian Indian runner took the flying Englishman's scalp at New The evening's work cost Butler his j York, he has never failed to take a defeat since coming across the I shot at .the Indian. His latest be- short In the -outfield Parker looks good. He can throw to the :plate as Clubs in the'Province of Alberta at Red "Deer orf Friday, iApril 30th at 2 p.m., in the Arlington Hotel, for the purpose of forming a provincial association. Each club is entitled to! send one delegate. All clubs are ed to be delegates or by proxies. P. 0. 11-6 LOST cameo pin within one block from new Central School. Find- er return same to Herald office and get reward. as a bullet from a rifle, and covers all kinds of ground, pulling j down long drives. Parker, iff another Russell, He can use his bat better than the 1907 outfielder. V JMoUio Baker is sure to catch the stop position. Mollie is a SITUATIONS WANTED-Lethiridge of Short-hand have two or as stenographers. Apply Box 350. 1 ng.2 POSIT Eng- lishman, 22, desires situation as waiter, pastry man or willing to make ogram S.C.D. on locket. Finder between the Windsor Hotel and the Coaldale OQ Saturday forenoon. There were twenty bills of each in an envelope addressed to me. I will give ten dollars rreward for return to J. C. Nielson, care of the Herald. 109-6! _ __ -r City Scales fot TENDERS will Tse reeeiveci_ undersigned until the 30th April, for the purchase of scales situated on Bareness I Price must include all ml Purchaser to Hit scales and space occupied by same. Any ]QOt necessarily himself generally useful "about a gold locket and chain. Mon- [SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTt; CLOTHING WITH CLASS Our 1909 styles surpass anything that has ever been' attempted in the combination of attractive tweed effects, nobby cut, and comfortable, dressy fit. They will decid- edly be he leaders for the season, and if you wear Sover- eign Brand Clothing once, you will never wear anything else. V Sold by Leading Clothiers Everywhere If your dealer does not keep Sovereign Brand Clothes, write us and we'll tell you where to get them. W. L Sanford ManTg Co., Ltd. Hamilton Winnipeg WILL PROSECUTE THEM Hamilton. Ont., April .the Kinrade case, detectives announced this afternoon that Miss Eva Fay, j wages and if would pay i please return to Miss Davis. N.W. Co. 112-1 thaumaturgist, who made predictions about the revolver found on Herk- imer Street yesterday, would be sub- poenaed to attend the Kinrade in- quest along with Manager Appleton of Burnett Theatre. They will be questioned about the revolver and .if terwards prosecuted. THEY SAY HAZELWOOD'S ICE f CREAM IS THE BEST WE SELL IT If J Sundaes, Sodas, etc., all flavors ii Chow Sam Co. liberty at once. Apply James A. Geodwin. .Laxdal, Saskatchewan. 13-1 ROOMS and board for trav- elling man and wife. close in. April 26, if possible. Apply J. J. Cpnway, c-o Dallas HoteJ. FOUND book, con- taining reeeiptsi, etc. Owner car have same by calling at Herald of- fice and paying for ad. 105-0 lady's hand bag. Owner can have same by calling at Herald office and paying for this ad. 112-0 young man, room and board in private house. Apply T. E., c-o Herald office. 112-0 ACCOUNTS COLLECTED on commission. No collection, WHO'S GOING TO BUILD charge. We also write fire, life and j JSr accident insurance. Let us explain -Must reside six months in, know the names auclj.our industrial policy of insurance toiof six years from date of homestead addresses of Darties that, infonrl tn i -__ mi.. i entry (including J WEST LAND REGULATION! Any person wno Is the -sole head 6ft! a family, or any male over 18 yeazt old, may homestead a quarter-section of available Dominion land in Mani- "-e- toba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. The> applicant inust appear in person at 3- the Dominion Lands Agency or Bub- Agency for the district. Kntf If proxy may be made at any agentf t3r of intending homesteader. r months' residence upon and cultivation of the land in each J of three years. A homesteader may live within nine miles of his home; stead on a farm of at least 80 acnr solely owned and occupied by him pt by his father, mother, son, daughter, brother or sister, In certain districts a ia good standing may pre-empt quarter-section alongside his chif.ectur.il draughtsman tractor, Lethbridge P. 0. 109-6 i Lethbridge. Merchants Bank of Canada ESTABLISHED 1854 A homesteader who has exhamted i hif horaestead. jigbt and cannot oV i tain a. pre-emption may take a put- !HEAD OFFICE. Paid-up Reserve and Undivided Accounts of Merchants, Farmers and Ranchers Solicited Drafti Money Orders Letters of Credit Springs Bank Department LetHbrtlfc BrMeb- Coaldale Block, St. Beside six months in each of three years, cultivate fifty acreg and erect a bouse worth Deputy Minister of the Interim. j TJnauthoried publication I. this advertisement will not tie for. of TO BOOST OTTAWA Ottawa, April T'ic trade publicity department cidod io issue copies two booklets designed to the city industrially, I o nien will be nsked to raiso for the purpose, ;