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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 11, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDUE C.AILY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 1909. -1 h MOVING ItPlCTURES.1 ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE. 1. Electric Hotel 2. Bosiock's Meaajerie o NJ o- "Like The Rose You're The Sweetest Flower.'' THE THATEN iTRIO In a Big X Dutch Act. HNKHAM COMPANY In The Cage of Death. CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCE PRICES ISc'AND 25c times ihn found their way to the ferce. The referee, Hatcher, had the game well in and kept, the fence pretty well decorated all the time. At one stage of the game then: were live men off. Must of penalties wen- light aud for minor offences. The first quarter started off fast, aud during the first minute Cook was called to make a c-ouple of aud he responded nobly. Then Bac- i PAGS FIVE defence and High River home -com- ing together at one end of the field while the white shirteii boys were working hard with one or to men short to fie the It was at, this stage of the game that Shanks covered him self with glory, stopping hot one alter hot one from Cook, MacGrec-vy. Holl- ward. Robson and He-lmer, who took j turns on the firing line. The garno was in doubt until Gilchrist. got awav SPORTS High River Won Lacrosse Game High tuul Luthbridg.- crossed sticks iho Exhibition grounds yr-s- terday ai'iTuocui and aside for ;i unfortunate which :he match, the enthusiasts u> enthuse JuJ IJL1IT! OtiJ.U----- j poh-T, Act witlj tne Commissioner of Irriiia-i 621 Burdett St. at Calgary Aha. Mathewson rr, o -J T, AT r- i Tlie applicant, municipality appli 2nd home McCorquodaie os for the right to divert fortv Apply 201-6 Complin j feet of water per second from the ists and fitters on the. southeast quarter of Section 36 Township Range 22. west of the 4th Meridian, for "other! u-aterworks purposes and for the right ood j to construct- the necessary boiler maker. Works, Lid. LAND FOR SALE _________________ j ONE land 16 first class machin-! northeasfc of Will and one first PaW in Ci i will make terms price. A-l.lr-- :e Iron i c-o Realty Co 202-6 J bridge. miles sell sh or P.J. Letb- 203-e has an star home beat. Both keeper.- is hard to played stellar i-nuise. Then followed a inixup from which Complin secured and tossed it into the net. (Time 11 min. Score! their town. lacrosse and it is hard to tell which saved the most hard ones. On the In BASEBALL RESULTS National by the memorial and plans i filed to enable the water so diverted to be used ior the said other water- I works purposes in the streets, lanes and roads of the said city. Dated at Lethbridge; Alta.. this 4th day of August. 1909. C. F. P. CONYBEARE, Solicitor ior Aoplicants. third quarter for trie first; At j i. Irf defence ten minutes the game was rather lar.-1 Pittsburg 2. Boston At A. B-. Cook did vve.ll and Doc Stewart: guid but toward the Finder kindly notify Jas. Cooper, Westminster Road, 6tn house English Church and receive regard. 199-6 April 1st from our, .miles west of Lethbridge, three geldings. One dark bay weigh- :----_i-----i n tug auuuu itav tua., shculder, left hind ankle large. One light bay branded P left shoulder, weighing about 1450 Ibs. One light bay -weighing about 1500 Ibs., slick, foundered on front, feet, somewhat lame, foretop and mane under col- lar shorn. All in good condition. Thirty dollars reward for informa- tion that -will -lead to their recovery of three, or for. any one of. them. Alta. Notify Jan He Bros.. Camrose. 200-30 mor. Last Island baseball club played baseball tul of the seventh The farmers of Bow Island district besun. harvesting in right Apply Box 1. Oats. rye. barley. Rogers Cunningham lumber Co, v Yards at Coleridge Burdett Purple Springs Taber Barnwell Yards at Owen Stirling Raymond Magrath Spring Coulee j SENSATIONAL SHOW AT EUREKA j With a ro.-in that i.- almost deafen-: i iiiir three bicyclists, one a ladv, ride i jar a furrifhV paw around what by' a score of ir to 8. known a> the "c-aje of death" at the j Eureka, such speed around j the circular nearly upright fence that' the riders ;ind their i an almost horizontal position, and they over sometimes one of them direction. looping the loop in a ball when- the momentum of the ball makes it practically impossible to go wrong, the danger is at a minimum compared to this riding where human skill alone is all that prevents possi- ble accidents. Thf motor cycle rid- is a feature, the speed being at the rate a mile a minute. The Thatens (now a trio) appear! in a roaring Dutch sketch. Little j Miss Teddy was received ;ts a fa- Friday at Burdett the Bow! TO new modern houses on 19H-O the Wells farm, miles south of Stirling, five mares and At the Courtland St., near new standpipo. Rental per month. Apply to H. Macbeth Agency or Wm. Johnston, Box 543, City. 199-6 ROOMS TO Horn Id. '201-6 RENT-Rooms and wash and under each othftr. xvhtal wlh al] -Vldd of them -oin- in -.r. Some of Bow wheat In i" and Coons at v Afr.- r I C.P.R. Miss arrived Gilchrist. from Calgary has j T, two young men in fur- ana I uishcd 'tent. 2 minutes .from c-itv to teach the Bow school. Several citizens of Bow Island are at the Lethbridge fair. The Bow Island Grading Co. opened up their new furniture store and received two carloads of furni- ture. square, nice locality. ?3.50 each. Ap- ply Comfort, c-o Herald. 203-6 seven geldings. Mares -branded LM on left shoulder; and geldings brand- ed 7L on left hip. Liberal reward given for information' leading; to their recovery. Notify A. A: Johnston, Let-hbridge, or L. E. Townsend, Stirling, Alta. 1S4-0 for information lead- ing to the recovery of one bay geld- ing branded 5 on left jaw "and on-'- dark bay branded N on left flank and AN' on right weight horse, weight Ibs.. branded lazy C on left shoulder and left thigh., al- so S. G. on left thigh. Lost north of Lethbridge on the way tol Brooks, Alta. Finder kindly notify the Her- ald office. 198-10 I small gray geld- rnojis. in nnd-i incr, 2 years old, branded horizontal V house. per month. Ap-1 formed' into monogram with tetter J. Eckb'-Tg. Fisher .St., beside boarding 203-6 FOUND i vorius night, and her .Kirt in th- crescent brooch.! Owner can have same at Herald of- j .ict played. tico by payjnp for on right shoulder. Above reward will br- paid to anyone returning same to M. B. Laverick. Lethbridge P. O. Ad- AND 203-3 ROOMS i rooms and also board for two e on Westminster Road, near Eng- ehureh. Terms mod'Tate. Applv ESTABT.ISHEU I1M54 i! Merchants Bank of Canada j .1. o HEAD OFFU.E. MONTREAL Paid-up Reserve and Undivided Profits............... Accounts of Merchants, Farmers and Ranchers Solicited Drafts Money Orders Letters of Or edit Savings Bank Department Branch Block, fUdpath St. TENDERS i TENDER.? will be received up to I noon. August for the privilege of I soft, drinks, cisrars. fruits, ice i rrcam and on the square on j Day. S-nd tenders to Brown Trades and 1 201--4 Labor Council. j NOTICE TO TRAVELLING PUBLIC j If yon want to get the opera j hnnse on time telephone 143. Onr up to date hack? will set you there on time. Snmne! Hail. "Liveryman." 1.S6-26 LOANS FAiRM Life Insurance Company are prepared to grant loans on farms on very reason- able T. E. Patteson, Agent. i A Illinois. (size. orinin no crya- hnl. So reward for n.'turn to HeraW i Ofluv 204-6 j NOTICE I NOTICE is hereby civen that I rt-ill sell at the hour of 2 o'clock p.m. j OTI the 20th Avi'-'. 1909, at the City I Pound, near the- Isolated Hospital, the following described animal: Mare; roi'-r bay: branded Y on left hip. JOS. GTLLESPIE, 200-12 Chief of Police. CHANCE FOR INVESTMENT hotel man with to invest wanted for a new first class hotel in a live farm- ing town in Southern Alberta, Ad- dress and give name and to this paper to Box W. B. I ;