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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 18, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta Close-fit CLOSE. TIE SLIPS EASILY. LOCKED. MADE IN TWO INCH ONLY. 2 FOR 25c. TOOKE BROS. LI KITED, MONTREAL -v MAKERS OF SHIRTS.-COLLARS. TIES. VESTS IMPORTERS OF MEN'S FURMSHING3. 3 (EXTRA) SETTLER! ON, THE WRIGHT CHARITY SHIELD. Big Tomorrow Night Between and 8. 0. E. CAMERON RANCH Fairly Heavy Crop Raised on This New Tract of Land (Krwn the Herald's Travelling Cor- WEDNESDAY, AUGUST II THl lETMIRIWt MIRALO, NOTICE is herebv. that Io ac- cordance with of The Irrigation Act tb.G ''Munipipalitj' of the'bity of Lethbridge filed the memorial and plans requir- ed by Sections 13 "and 15 of tho said Act with the'Commissioner of Irriga- tion at Calgary Alta. Whenever the Scotchmen exception to the rule. The Caledonians who, through their of .two weeks back, hold the proud position of the first champions of football in LeLhbrkige. have a and any team in this neighborhood who can beat them a bunch to be proud of. The only formidable rival the hatris the S. 0. E. team, and when they meet there will "be boniething Interest is urobably not so kten as in the last final, owing to tJie num- ber of matches leading' up to' that game. The Tallies will probably put TWg Cf0p ig excellent. Jt has out the same j a flny o{ spring wheat and oats given out thut their star1.cen-jM wigh h.we Thrfie tre' half, will not he playing. bhlders are bupy. Cutting started on S. 0. E. have tnaiie a slight change In their 'line-up. Kilmer, who has ren- dered the team such yeoman service the league schedule, having respondent) About a year ago the 0. W. Kcrr The applicant municipality appli- Co. purchased township 10 Range 19. Us for the right to dhert forty cubic about two ,nilc, north of Chin 4H K tion on the Crow's Nest line of the Of jgection 36 Township 8, Range 22, C. P. R. This was formerly what was known aS the Cameron Tlanch. It has-since been sold and there are .already twely1 families residents in the town- ship and more are coming. Nearly all the purchasers are men who will j actually settle on the land. T. S. 'Mackenzie of the -Mackaiberta farm is now busy cutting 320 acres of i grain. Two forty acres j were broken this summer. One hundred and sixty acres of this -re west of the 4th -Meridian, for other .waterworks purposes.and for the right to construct the necessary shown by the memorial and plans filed to e'nable the water so diverted to be for, thfe said other water- works purposes in the streets, lanes and roads of the said city. this Dated a; Lethbridgse, Alta., 4th day of August, 1909. C, F, P. CONtBEARE.. Solicitor for Applicants. TENDERS WANTED SEALED PROPOSALS will bfe re- Hlreadv sown to fall wheat. Two nun- ceived by The Southern Alberta Lund dred and forty i Companv, Limited, Medicine Hat, acres wnl be sown i 10 Monday, to' spring The balance of the will be summ erf allowed next McKELVlE McGUIRE Exclusive Agents. DUFF GOT WHAT s'cwon vear. Aug. 12th. Their harvest is estimat- vT and bushels of oats. 23rd August, for the construc- tion of an earth embankment across Snake Valley, situated in Section 36, Township 18, Eange 22, West of the 4th Meridian. Embankment contains approximately cubic yards, t. The right is reserved to reject anyj or all bids. 209-31 SURE THING! Be sure aud see us before purchasing your outfit. PONT BE MISLED We can give you the at bottom cash Hayr Bros. Phone 75 Box 27 TENDERS receive tenders up till Aug. 31st for digging a. hole 4x5 feet 275 8-10-22 W. ALEX McWILLIAM. during fine residence and et d fc -al Timbered with 2 decided to withdraw from the- game. c owing- to his Itnee, which has troubled him a lot. g-Lvinir out. Clark, prob- ably the best outside right seen this season. wUl appear, antl the S- 0. 15. line up as follows: Goal, Sumner backs. Wells and Parris half 'backs. Stephensoa, Chis- wick (capt.) and Firth forwards. Clark. Smith. Holberton, Barber and, J oyce. Referee Tabrum will hold the wii Lie and Wright, the >donor of large barn on the Mackaiberta prop-1 inch cedar plank, with ladder spiked erty. A granary of about 15JOOO bu- shels capacity will be built on 'hi.' farm this fall. A windmill i? also j 208-12 being, erected. Mr. Mackenzie has j ordered trees from the'govern- and besides i NOTICE Dissolution of Partnership NOTICE is hereby given that the 'partnership heretofore existing be- tween Chas. Walsh and E. Peebles Regina, Box 1163. under the firm name "The Western ___ Tinsmithing has been _ these will get a lot from the river. jsell you good land J. E. Perry has a very fine crop oi oats and a une field of fall wheat only sown two weeks ago. He is farming 960 acres in the Cameron ranch ;-nd WE CAN SELL YOUR LAND i dissolved and will hereafter be con- tinued by Chas. Walsh under the old firm name. up" to! 206-0 WAS COMING TO HIM Cb'arity Shield, will be asked to, kick (Edmonton Bulletin) "For seven innings- oi jMonday's 1 olT at 6.30- sharp. "Now. lovers 01 the per acre, in any quantity from i one quarter ;up to as much as 150 sec-, tions in one block. Terms, one-tenth j of the purchase price m cash and the j balance in nine equal annual instal-' NOTICE that b.. owns another 960 adjoining the Chin ments with interest at 6 per cent, on ----.j v-i---- jame.-put a. townsite. The New York farm has 300 i the unpaid Balance. tie in your pocket for the fund, "be- j in spring wheat and oats which are Land Co., Ott Block. P.O. on the 20th Aug. 1909, at the City Pound, near the Isolated Hospital. described animal: Box 60. Phone 394. 1-91-0 Mare color bay branded Y on left i T, 7i t- m lore earning1 out to boost your, -team.s lookics fine. They tflso own 960 acros i-air.e the Sdinonton ball team kept o Those victory. W. G. Rogers is a newcomer and is Tlegma trout talKmg up. _ Lethbru vaif r.rst. preparing a good portion of his land t-hree runs in their half of the first "three innings- Uegina up KID HOWELL score at the of the eigiitih. 'tie Umpire Duff called the preparing a good" portion for fall wheat. scone a. The Irishmen "'win so seldom that LEFT !N A HURRY ing accounts against the 200-12 ridge f and District Agricultural j______ Society are requested to have the I same presented to the undersigned j JOS. Chief of Police. lave tc iitii tr place II it v wiat MM column. one iiMftloe t iHMriioiu vicinity of the aid. VACANT Board and1-" room private home by man.- 1 225, Herald. FHQPERTY FOR SALE girl to work in real estate office. One who is willing) Apply Box A., 09r2 FOR snap. w. Furnished house and two lots' oti Burdett St." Block 20, Duff. Addition. v Apply on premises, l.. 3064 to learn typewriting. Herald.1 VOUNG LADIES British Colonial Photograhic Co. Good wages given for competent help. Rooms 1 and 2, Oddfellow Block. 09-6 woman to do general housework. Good paid. Ap- ply 1007 Redpath St. 209-0 competent- general ser- vant. Apply Mrs. J. R. Anderson. Union Bank. 209-3 stenograpner with some knowledge of book-keeping. Ad- dress Box O.K., c-o Herald. 206-0 "local agents to sell Industrial and prdinary -Insurance. Experienced desired. Good money for right- men. P.O. Box 476. i 206-6 lor Laundry work. Apply Lethbridge Laundry Co. 184-0 FOR SALE' 'OR roomea house, stable; hay shed, large chicken house on- River bottom neat.'i -new bridge. Best placp in town for keep- ing cows and chickens. easy terms. Price per month rent. H.' Proctur, near the A. R. I. Shops. FOR Remington type- writer with tabulator, at a bargain. Apply Citizens Lumber yard. FOR, .must be moved froin property. Apply Geo. W. Whel-- en, Leihbridge Woollen-Co. '199-0 FOR SALE' new sevenV roomed fully modern house on near new Central School. Apply .P. MacMurphy Mgr. South Alberta Luih' ber Co., Phone 225. 200-0 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE. HORSES TOR few -dry mares and unbroken- Can be seen the ranch of Mrs. R. Davies, opposite No, 6 shaft. AUTOMOBILE FOR WANTED-Applicatlons will be re- 4 cylinder 5, passenger ceiyed by the undersigned in writ- ing from young ladies desirous of acting as pupil assistants to Ihe Kin- dergarten-Director Lethbridge schools. No salary attached, must be able to use piano. G. 3. Bowman. Secre- tary. 188-0. for rural school, Kasimir School District -No. 198L jVIust have second class salary per month. Apply A. G. Buklinger, Sundial. Alta. 156-0 capable general serv- ,ant. Mrs. Geo. B.-MacKay, Westmin- ster Road .197-0 nearly new. Will_ be sold cheap, for. cash or exchanged 'for Lethbridge real estate. Address Box 1325, Lethf bridge. -205-6" CHEAP cash. y steader or bachelor's outfit. to S. F. Mills, Biver Bottom. 207.5: FOR- SALE OR A" good oiid hand McCormick tinder in running order. -I will sell cheap cash or trade for a-horse, etc- Apply' to Martin _ FOR SALE One large, Kid the pugilist, .vho in the city last week left in a li'irrv. Mesrs.' Jones and Owen who own a Jon or before Wednesday. August 25, the greater part I a-s seeded to fall wheat. Harrv Chinnock has about 200 possible. local fens were much excited and sev- Tv is that a police cifiecr'res already seeded to faU wheat. J2106 eral of Duff's decisions and his call-1 owed him ths following clipping j Mr. Thorn has considerable 2and Ing the game seemed to them like j from a 1 broken which will likely be seeded robbery- The Mcftuireites were very "Mrs. Walto- Hbwell oi N-iv; V