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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 13, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta __ THE LETNBRiDUC CAILV HERALD, FRIDAY, AUGUST 13, I Ml. CLOSE LACROSSE MATCH ON SQUARE Four One In Brandon's Favor Tbc baseball match between Bran- don and Lethbridge was a sort of walking contest between the Angels and the Minors. Seaton handed out no fewer than seven passes while Mc- Neil] .jyave away five and hit two men making thorn even on that count. Seaton, however, struck out eight to McNeill'a four and each 'had four hits j marked up off his delivery. j The game was very slow requiring j hour and a half to six rounds. Nearly batter haid three and two ooi him before the Iinal happen- i ed. Eoneaoh was very lucky getting three passes in as many times up. j "Bell had one time at bat chalk- j up against htm and McGarry was j just as lucky. Tbe .game started out like a. small j -whirlwind. Morrill drew a pass r--.it ran into a fast double by McNetll. J Bell and Townsend "busted. Thompson to McNeil 1 but he knocked it juoitd down, and throw him out. For the comment while it else but fans and passes. In third thc Angels made two Rogers plaoexJ a pretty hit over short And Seato-n took one in thc slats. The Indian stole third. Morrill hit to Chick forcing Seaton but scoring Fast Edmonton Aggregation Beaten By the Local Team in an up hill game all the way the Lcihbridge lacrosse team pulled out a victory from the touring Edmonton team last night. The game was to havu started at 5.30 but owing to the delay in the locals getting out, it did not start until six, and at that the boys had to play for a while with one man short on the defence. It was -during this first few minu- That the locals got themselves in- PAGE GOOD SHOOTING Cuanot be expected from a gun ?hat is not in thorough repair. Precision is as much dependent upon the condition of the parts, the fitting and the adjustment, a upon the skill of the hunter GUN REPAIRING is given the attention its import ance deserves. Skilled workmen familiar with the mechanism o: Notice SEALK1) 1J1DS will be recoiv.-d by the TOWN OF CAKDSTON at the office of -the Secretary-Treasurer un-j til 12 o'clock noon, August 24, 1909, for construction of approximately yards of C'-ment sidewalks. A fortified cheque for tho sum of payable to the Secretary Treasurer of tin.- Town of Cardston must accompany each proposal as a guarantee that the successful bidder will within six days after awarding of work enter into a contract with the Satisfactory bonds will be required For the faithful execution of the con- tract. Flans and specifications may be seen at the office of the Secretary- Daily Herald Place to tell or to rcit place if thin coluaii. If you wait wytiiif 23e oge iiscrtioa I insertions for PROPERTY FOR fALE FOR snap. Furnished house and two lots on Burdett St Block 20, Duff Addition. Apply on premises. 206-O SITUATIONS VACANT FOR SALE OR RENT-7 rooraea house, stable, hay shed, large chicken nouse on River bottom near new- bridge. Best place in town lor keep- ing cows and chickens. Price easy terms. cash. per month rent. H. Proctor, near the A. R. I. Shops. stenograpner with, some knowledge oi book-keeping. Ad- dress Box O.K., c-o Herald. 306-0 FOR Remington type- writer with tabulator, at z bargain. I Apply Citizens Lumber yard. 187-O to a hole that was not easy to get ]a11 modern guns, are employed on 'the orders of our customers Work is done promptly. Charges are only high enough to pay for THE "SILENT" BELL shortstop who out of. In the first six minutes the Eski- mos secured three goals. Things looked black but brightened consid- erably when old Herb Skeith trotted out to fill the hole at first defence. .A lead of three goals is not easily overcome, especially with Edmonton playing on the defensive, but. with the appearance of Skeith it was plain to be seen that whether or not the locals could, bring down the big lead j the boys in .green would have their thoroughly satisfactory work when Wheeler j says little but play? ball all the time, j work cut out to increase it. Skeith lammed a hot i His fast and cleuu work on the dia- was there with his big body check nmch favorable Canada Circuit. the Western BASEBALL RESULTS Rogers. Wheeler smashed one out Calgary Western Canada :U 020 200 7 102 111 big to meet the rush, and Doc Stewart and McCorvie at times made mon- keys of the Edmonton home. j The red shirts "did most of. the at- j tacking. They crowded the Edmon- j ton defence more often than the green shirts circled around the Lethbridct- net, and they had more openings lor shooting. It was a defence game :it both ends of the field, raid-field play past first for three sacks and the sec- Hooker and Gardner and Quinn, heing entirely absent, oad run came in. !and Sheehan. Umpire Duff. pass. Check's muff of Rogers' hit At Maple Crock: Locals SLart Stanley's single meant two mon; ;-Medicine Hat in .the ne-xt- That was all they got. Winnipeg1 4-621 035! With thi; score 3 to 0 against them at the end of the first six minutes The Miners -ot their only tally in (Not given by innings.) Dunn and i this is how the locals settled down j K> wrest- from the Eskimos a game j that they had already had packed j.away in cases. A. B. Cook secured from the face off and passed it. to who., galloping around almost to the crease, passed it back to Robson, who shot on goal, was j taken by McNabb, and he threw it the fifoh Cox singled and made Miller' and Anderson. a. crreat run hpme on I.ynch's corking J National two 'Dagger over second. At Cincinnati- There was nothing very exciting (First Game) about the game. Joe and Cox pull- j Cincinnati 2, Boston innings. in a couple of hard ones. The score: Brandon AB R H PO A E 3 Morrill, cf Thompson Iti Ronesch Sh Traegar If Stanley rf Rogers s.s. Seaton p. Lvethb ridge cf Cox If McG-arry 3b Lynch c Boll ss. lb 2100 2012 3005 0 9 0 3 0 0 1 (Second Cincinnati 8, Boston 2. At St. St. .Louis 6, Brooklyn innings. At (First Game) tO an Passed to an- .1 1 0..Pittsburg IS, Philadelphia 3. 3 3 3 o 21 4 3 1 0 (Second G-ame) j Pittsburg 4-. Philadelphia in- 00000 11000 12110' At 0000: (First Game) 4 18 4 0 j Chicago 2. New York 5. (Second Game) 01200. Chicago 0, New York 3 1 1 1 0 Oj American 0 0 1 1 0 rf Chick 2b At j Cleveland 4. Boston o. S At 3 Detroit 6. At St. 4, Philadelphia 10. At Now- 201400 100220 200000 2011 300 3 21 002 000 By innings: Brandon Summary: Earned runs, Brandon 1. 1; 3-base hit. Wheeler: 2- "base hit. Lynch; stolen, b'as Morrill 2, Ronesch 2. Rogers, Chick; foases on balls, off Seaton 7. McNeil; 5; hit by pitcher, S-eaton, struck out by Seaton S. by McXeill 4; double play, McNcill to Boll to Townseod; left on bases. Bran don 6, 9; time 1.30: at- 350; umpire, Voss. 1 4 18 8 1 j Chicago 2. Xew York 0. other of the same tribe and together j they carried it down t-o the Leth- i bridge end, but "Doc" took the shot and pave it to Johnston, who with A. B. Cook and Scott and McGreavy engaged in a beautiful piece of com- bination play which ended in Hel- mer shooting a little bit wide. Both teams were now taking matters pret- ty easy, long runs up and down the field being followed by strenuous de- fence work in front of the goals. The Eskimos pressed hard for a while and kept the local flags in danger, then Skeith cleared and until the i'-nd of the quarter it all Loth- bridge but the score remained to I 0 acainst them. i Second Quarter cnly dangerous period until the whis- tle blew time. Lethbridge's attempt was far more remunerative. John- ston took it" down but lost to Woods. A. B. Cook secured the ball'and pass- ed to Alex'Scott and he took it down and passed to Sinclair, who entirely unchecked sent a sizzlor into the breach and Edmonton's doom was sealed. Lethbridge being a goal to the good their efforts wore directed to defence, and they put up a grand sample of it. Edmonton Disappointed It was rather a 'bitter disappoint- ment to the touring Edmonton la- crosse team to lose to Lethbridge, even by the close margin of three to four. They had not disguised the be- lief that they would register a vic- tory here last night, aud the locals themselves had doubts of their abil- ity to stave off the challenge of the green shirts. bid necessarily acccptcxl. "L. A. WILSON, Sfcrntary-Titrasurer. Cardston. August 11. INSTRUCTIONS TO JUDDERS -prices must written in the bid and also stated in figures. must satisfy themselv- es by personal examination of tho lo- cation of tho proposed work, its seem- ing advantages and difficulties, and by such moans as they prefer as to the cost thereof and the accu- racy of the estimate of quantities and shall not at any time thereafter dispute or complain of, such inary estimate of the engineer nor assert that there was any misunder- standing in regard to the nature or amount of the work" to done. Ibidder to whom award is made will be required to execute con- tract within six days after accep- w cook'for farm FOR SALE-Stable, must be moved from property. Apply .Geo.' W. Whel- en, Lethbridge Woollen Co. 199-O Oddfellows Block, Lethbridge. 206-3 first, class machin- ists, one blacksmith and helper and one boilermaker's helper. Apply Lethbridgo Iron Works, Ltd VV local agents to sell Industrial and Ordinary Insurance. Experienced canvassers "desired. Good money for right men. P.O. Box 476. 206-6 FV new seven roomed fully modern house on Coutts near new Central School. Apply P. MacMurphy, Mgr. South Alberta Lum ber Co., Phone 225. 200-0 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE. AUTOMOBILE FOR SALE-Higb powered 4 cylinder 5 passenger car, nearly new; Will be sold cheap for cash or exchanged for Lethbridge real estate. Address Box 1325, Leth- bridge. general- servant for light housework. Apply Jorgenrion Bros, studio. Redpath St. 205-2 The line-up: Leth bridge Callahan McCorvie Stewart Skeith A. B. Cook Johnston A. Scott Sinclair McGreavy Helmer Robson Lloyd Cook goal point cover 1st defence 2nd defence 3rd defence centre 3rd home 2nd home 1st home outside insitV- Edmonton McArthur McNabb Smellie Rooney "Ward will be in tho sum of An accepted bank cheque payable to tho Secretary- Treasurer of the Town of Cardston for 3150.00 must accompany each tender as a guarantee of faith. The successful contractor must enter in- a contract -with the Town within six days after the awarding of same, said contract to be drawn "up by the Town Solicitor. and satisfactory se- curities shall be named. No 'work inder this contract shall be sub-let. The successful tendpro-r shall hav; is deposit returned to him after thi ontract has been executed, and bone given satisfactory to the Town o Cardston. The unsuccessful tenderer, shall have their deposits returned to them within one week after the awarding of the contract. Included in Contrac contract shall include all side- walks or portions of sidewalks order- ed by the Town Council during the year 1909, which the Chairman of the Works and Property Committee shall direct the contractor in writins: to construct. The work shall begin within three days after the signing of the contract and thereafter be j vigorously prosecuted and t-he whole work completed on or before the date guaranteed. If at any t-imt; during the contin- uance of the contract the sureties or general servant at once. tance of his bid. The bond required corner Courtland and Glvn T .1 .1 VTJ __. _ _ 202-6 men, miners and other help wanted at the Royal Col- lieries. 204-6 lor Laundry work. Apply Lethbridge Laundry Co. 184-O CHEAP cmah. steader or bachelor's outfit. Apply to S. F. Mills. River Bottom. FOR good saddle pony, mare, has been driven double and single as well. Apply J. Simm. North Ward, after 6 p. m. 351-6 any of shall die, or in the op- .WOOQS imVn nt fWfnml n-f Referee, Crowley, Hurmeston Bolander Camelle Winkler Waugh Young Let Lethbridge the inion of the Council of the Town of Cardston become irresponsible, the Town of Cardston shall have the right to require additional and .sufficient sureties which the -Contractor' shall furnish to the satisfaction of the Town of Cardaton within ten days after notice, and in default thereof the contract may be annulled and the work carried to completion in the manner provided in the contract. 205-3 TENDERS WANTED SEALED wilj be receiv- will be re- ceived by the undersigned in writ- ing from young ladies desirous of acting as pupil assistants to the Kin- dergarten Director Lethbridge schools. No salary attached, must be able to use piano. G. S. Bowman, Secre- LAND FOR SALE ONE SECTION-of land 16 miks northeast of Warner. Will sell cheap if equity is paid in cash or will make terms price. A-Mr P J. W., c-o Weber Realty Co., Leth- bridge. 188-O Teacher for rural school Kasimir District No. Must have second class certificate" salary per month. Applv A G Bukhnger, Sundial. Alta. A capable general WE CAN SELL YOUR LAND FOE can sell your land at prices that can't be beat. We can sell you good land from up to per acre, in any quantity from one quarter up to as much as 150 sec- tions in one block. Terms, one-tenth of the purchase price in cash and the balance in nine equal annual instal- ments with interest at 6 per cent, on the unpaid balance. The Empire Land Co., upstairs in Ott Block P 0 Box 60. Phone 394. ant. Mrs, Geo. B. MacKay, Wi-stmin-! 197-0 ster Road. MISCELLANEOUS Young girl wanted to take care of child four vears old. Apply 621 Burdett St. oi-6 Ax general servant at once. Apply corner of Courtland and Smith St5- 202-6 A good general servant Apply K. D. Johnston, 1230 Eedpath St. Boy to deliver the Her- ald m the Duff Addition. 203-0 A chambermaid at once Apply Dallas Hotel. 206-2 SITUATIONS WANTED b? the undersigned until 5 o'clock p.m. _ Tuesday Aug. 17, 1909, for the erection of a residence building on P.edpath street for Mr. T. D. Kevin. .Hi .across class yesterday by putting it over j the Edmonton bunch who are in tha' 206-3 A position as engineer on threshing engine the coming sea- Have had six years' experi- son. ence. O. H. Smith, Lethbridge. 04-6 JAMEg A_ MACDONALDf TO RF.NT. wants all your, Imperial quart 'hbttl.es. Will "pay highest prices. 407 Ford St. buy at once a horse, buggy and harness or democrat wag-- on. Apply 330 Crabb St. near Duffel in- BICYCLE a good second-hand bicvcle. Apply to Box T.F.M., Herald Office. 203-O LQ5T Monday, one bay mare, branded BS on right-thigh and plut sign over 12 on the shoulder. Heavy mane and tail. A little flat at root of" tail. reward given for recov- ery. Apply Box 10, Herald office. 04-8 Imperial quart bottles .'all kinds. Highest reward for return to ;he Pagnuelo Wine and Spirit Co., Ford St.'- GREAT IN ACQUAT1CS A. O. PLAY S. O. E. MONDAY The following is th-c team to repro- tent the A. 0. F. m their gfl.mo with the S. 0. R. on Monday on the squju-o. Althoug-h the A. O. F. not be at full strength every OQ- deavor will be made to givo the Eng- lishmen a good game. Goal. Jess Filir.er: backs. Joe Well- ing-ton. Karl Hooker; half backs. Whitehsad. Turner. J. JVIoodic; for- wards, Thompson. TJoce, Wallace. Goucher. All Foresters who are nsked to turn out. REPLY TO A CHALLENGE Sporting Fiditor. Herald: Dear reply to the A. O. F. Secretary's request for a match to help out the funds of the Hospital, the S. O. E. F. C. are to play such a match but owing to tho short notice, we would prefer Mon- day, thn 16th inst.. instead Of Tils {Friday? evening. Yours, etc.. F. T. Robins. Sec. S. 0. F. C. Dunns: the intermission there was j some pointed advice t-o the home play ers to steady down and do a little senior series for the provincial cham- pionship and the DeVeber Cup. The cannot up both the OF CANADIAN NORTH WEST LAND REGULATION! to. in the home city of the honorable j A.uy person wuo IB tfce head ui locals are only in the intermediate less wild passing, and the play dur-jscries but If showed form ing second quarter showed that Iyestcrday is no reason why if: the advice had been taken. The thc -boys get ful1 force i homo played well. They moved fast and tried hard, and in 8 "minutes and thdr resource and cunning resulted the whcre GUgilt j in ;i .goal, which Sinclair shot on a j pass from Robson. Then the play j was up and down the field and at the j ond 'of the quarter ,our boys were much the fresher, and although they wero two goals behind, they knew they had their opponetns beaton off their icot.. Aftsr Half Time Architect. TO and room for three. A double room and a single. Home fully modern and close in. Apply 210 Coutts St., south end of house. 193-0 senator after whom the cup js named, j ur any OTCT 18 yean m f t i. i oI4. nomeatead a qumrter-iectior Tho team, has a fast bunch ot play- of Available Dominion land in M.m ers but a good many ot' them are j toba. Saskatchewan or Alberta. Tbt young and inexperienced. Now is j applicant must appear in penon the time for the old guard to get the Dominion Lands Agency or Sub- TO furnished room, per 'month. 638 Burdett St. one block south of Central School. 197-O TO first class stable, suit- able for four teams of horses, with a large hay loft, overhead. If .you are interested ir, securing good stab- ling -for your horses, call at. No. 1231 Bompas 8t. any evening after 6 o'- clock for particulars. Wm. Taylor, Box 605. citv. 197-0 pony, branded FE on left hip. White strip on face. Brand not very plain. Weight about 950. Five dollars reward for recovery of animal. Apply to Grassy Lake. H. F. Wiken, 205-S LOST On Monday, one bay branded B S on right thigh om the shoulder.. Heavy main A little flat at root of tail. reward given for recovery. Box 10. 9erald Office. taU, Apply 304-6 W. the asain stufca up tno team. To have a look in "for tihe ier of intending championship the team must win at j Duties.-r-flix months' lOlidtDM upoi. High River. With a defence like aad cultivatioQ of the land in TO ofSce in Ott Block. Immediate possession; Apply 1S7-6 The third quarter found Lethbridge was on yesterday and a horn, forcing1 play. Helmet and Me- f'eW 'correspond there is every- rea- j stead on a farm of at least 80 I Grfavy made a to believe the trick can be turn- i solely owned and occupied by him m i Lloyd" Cook who gave it to Robson. K j I who lost TO Smellie, and he broke i are ;t iltlmbcr of thc old and with Rooney carried two -VCars T.n certain districts who "avc all the in good standing may pre-empt down to Cornell who Ion John ski11 aQ'ci know of same that i quarter-section ahmggide "hit .ton. Johnston took it down through f ,f to i the bunch, passed jo Robscz So amt as, of old ls T0 trmfl11 of six years from date of entry (including the time required tc m'Zrrrjr and Oow. to help out Scott and Priee per acre. shot wide. Thenit waFOkl -Vlojclarvdfrct iutocondition- j Scott who secured from a face off nnd in ffoal and earn homestead patent) j and carried it around and boring in, j B" wbo handed .it to Eobson who shot. Score i 'Vn lt l e a i homestead right, and cmnnot ob- J3 home to 5n rf itain a pre-emption take pai j Tt was not until the second aiKl fiGld Rtpley hornefltead in cerUUl l was scored that the boys from thu i north bogan to realize that victory was slipping away from thorn, and in the next nvc minutes made a des- pnratu attempt to tally another, and i Callaruin in goal was called upon to i stop three hot ones, but Winkler. Cornell and Young, with all their FURNISHED let, in new modern house. Terms moderate. Ap- ply Mrs, Jones, third house from Round on south side of Brunton St. ROOMS TO only. Apply Box L Herald. 301-6 KOOMS TO and wash ing a month. Apply Mrs. C. M. Holland, at the end of C.P.R. 202-Ox. LOST OR halter and WO- feet chain taken from a cow belong- ing to J. H. Wallace. Finder will please return to J., H. Wallace, Bur- dett St. 196-0 two young men in rushed tent, 2 minutes from -quare, nice locality, each. Ap- About April 1st. from oar camp three miles west of Lethbridge, three creldings. One dark bay weigh- ing about 1450 Ibs., branded P left shoulder, left hind ankle large. One light bay branded P left shoulder, weighing about 1450 Ibs. One light' bay weighing about 1500 Ibe., slick. foundered on front feet, somewhat lame, foretop and mane -under ool- lar_ shorn. All in good condition. Thirty dollars reward for informa- tion that will lead to their recovery of the three, or for any one o'f them. Notify Janse Bros., Oamroee Alta. 200-30 ity ply Comfort, c-o Herald. thor, scoring end of the jrame. i 8 house wo-tb S300.0U. TO RHIT-Pnmtotad roo.ns orn It would not take an awful lot to get the city lacrosse crazy ns it used to be. The situation calls for men j with experience to help out the y Chicago swimmer who is looked upon! cunning, were no match tor .such a I to do it, fellows ami there are men in ranks of lacrosse -players in the city i W.W.OORY. Deputy Minister of the Inter publication ?nt will not per month. Ap- Fisher St., beside fur- From the Walle farm, 4 mile> south of Stirling, five mares and 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, Lethbridge, Alta., or L. E. Townsend, 203-6 Adam's boarding housf. 203-6 Stirling. Alta. 184-0 as a coming champion. Notice the splendid physique of of this young man O N O< Jost You and I." PRICES (Sc AND 2Sc C. HNKHAM In The of Death. THE THATENS In a Big Farce Comedy, en- titled, MiM WIM Otferwfcc quanette as Stewart, McCorvey, Cook and Skeith. who soon had them at their morcy again. i Last Quarter j At-the beginning of the fourth j wr some and hard checking I around the Lethbrddjse j goal, and before the defence could roliovc Skeith, who had been off for a minor offence, came on at a critical niomertt. rfelped JJohnston to carry the play to the other end of the field., where Helmer and Robson fig- ured in the play which enabled Cook to do the trick. Score 3 to 3. Slowly, surely and steadily the Southerners werti taking the Eski- mos into camp. Their defence .came was no longer any good and they made a hot attack on the foal and was called on to make one final stop, 'but that was the Every feature of the program at the Eureka tonight guaranteed to give entire satisfaction. HITS NOVA SCOTIA HARD Halifax. -N. S., Aug. Murray says the coal strike will re- duce the revenue of the province by in royalties. ROOMS rooms and DAtvTi n vi i information lead- jng to thc recoverv of one bay geH- or ing branded 5 on" left jaw and also board for two three on Westminster Road, near Eng- lish church. Torms Box Horald offioo. Apply 203-6 11854 Merchants Bank of Canada HEAD OFFUE. MONTREAL Paid-up t Reserve and Undivided Protits.............. I Acetones rf Merchants, and RaiKkers Solicited Money Orders Tetters of Savings Bank Department Uthtnife BrftAch ComHtk Block, RtdMth St NOTICE TO TRAVELLING PUBLIC If you want to got to the opera house on time telephone 148. Our up to date hack? will trot yon then: on Samuel Hall. "Liveryman." 86-26 LOANS dark bay branded on left flank and AN on right shoulder, weight horse, weight Ibs., branded lazy C -on left shoulder left thigh, al- so S. G. on left thigh.- Lost north of Lethbridge on the way to Brooks, Alta. Finder kindlv nof.ifv fche Her- aid office. 196-10 _ T-r ru Life rtffi Insurance Company are prepared to! grant loans on farms on vcrv reason-! able terms T. E. Patteson, "Agent. gold watch, Illinois. ladies' size, leather chain cryt- tal. reward for return to Hemki 304-6 NOTICE Dissolution of Partnership NOTICE is hereby given that the (partnership hojvtoforft csftsting be- tween Chas. Wakh and E. Peebles under- the firm name "The Western Tinsmithing has been dissolved and will to con- tinued by Chas. Walsh under thc old firm name. 206-0 (Sgd.) CHA8. WALSH. FOUND crescent brooch. Owner can have same at Herald of- fice by paying for ad. I9t-0 NOTICE NOTICE is hereby given that I will sell at the hour of 2 o'clock p ro on the 90th Aug. 1909, at the City Pound, near the Isolated Hospital, the following described animal: color branded V on left. hip. 200-12 J06. GILLE8PIE, Chvf of Police. ;