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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 20, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta v THt MBRALO, FRIDAY, AUGUST M, mil SPORTS (Additional Spo'-U on Pagt Six.) STAVELY SPORTS.. Stavely held 'on n joy able sports day on which was much Uprcoiakd by the crowd of towns people and farmers which de- spite the busy season were present. The weather was fine and everything went off without a lytch, the ;ir- being in the hands of J. "B. Robertson as secretary and a com- mittee. In the forenoon a baseball match took place between Parkland and Stavely Juniors which was won by Stavely by 7 to 5 while in the af- lem'oon Stavely met Granuin and after a game in which jrood feeling predominated Granum came out in front by 'JO to 6. The races were one was painfully hurt from a the breast. The race Mose -Reader, of Cheyenne. Nick Ma- her won the siot r roping event, hU time beluit 25 li-5 seconds. The-first i exhibition of bucking broncho riding by a woman ever given JL-trpntier day celebration "occurred "when" Mrs. Bernie St. Glair, who holds the 'title of champion woman rider of world succeeded in subduing a vie-: iou> bucker. j CAftMTON NOTES By-Law No "A By-law of the City ot Leth- bridge to raise the sum of Twenty- eight thousand dollars for expenditure in connection with certain public works, viz., the struction of a new Main Sewer wU1 tttke 8econtl dass ..the souiLvjru portion of the City; for becuring a new boiler and aiak- the! August MaUie Ellison pand Sarah Spence will leave for Calparv Thursday to attend the present session of the Normal wurk at the Normal School. Roy L. Folsofn is on'oting a foundry ing necessary extensions for tiiejat the rear of his blacksmith shop, iransmissiou of light and _ BASEBALL RESULTS National At Game- Brooklyn 1; Boston 5. Second Brooklyn 0; Boston 1. At Piltsburg 8; St. Louis- 3. At Game- Philadelphia 4; New ,York G, power throughout the City aud i'or devel- oping a c'ertaiu coal seam for sup- plying- coal to be used in connec- t iiun with the City's waterworks j arid power plant: aud to is-siic uc- j bentures for the said sum and to j provide for the assessment and col- lection of sums necessary to re- tiro such debentures. WHEREAS it is deemed to construct a new Main Sewer in, the southern portion of the city and i The building will be 20 x 34 He will the necessary machin- ery for casting of, the smalkr Mr. Folsom who is a natural me-1 chanic has -already obtained a valu- able patent arid if- making application for, another one. The first is for a M self sharpening calk, to ho used on a hor.-eshoe. -Mr. Folsom has demo-i- that this is a useful patent' to secure a new boiler and make! having been offered for it by then run off as j Second Game- Half Mile Pony Munro. Philadelphia 1; New York 0. Claresholm, b.g. Shorty 1 1; C. Swan-1 American son, Slavery. Stavely Lad 3 2; At Detroit- Lindsay, Claresholm, cli.g. Prince 21 Detroit 1; Chicago 0. Shorty won easily each time. Nine f At rjjn_ Clc-vclarifl I; Philadelphia 2. Farmers Colirnun, Stawlv, At Nt-w York-First Giey' Pete 1 E. Boston 0; York 7. Stavely, Slow Bill. 223 ran. Second Gentlemen's Saddle Horse Race, 1-2 Boston I; X.-w York 2. JO inning. Eastern At Montreal 4: Toronto 12. At Buffalo 3; Rochester 5. 11 At Jersey Providence 0: Jersey City 1. At mile R. Watt, Claresholm, ch.g., Ranche King, i 3; L. Cochland, Stavely, br.g., Darkie, 2 2.- 4 ran. Ladies Race, Hali a Smith 1; Mis? Henninger 2. 100 Cochland: 2 Finch. 220 Cochland; 2 C. Foster, 29 sees. Boys' Simonsor. Girl's 1; Ruth Wallace 2. Standing Brotd Cur- Al Tie 8 ft. 11 3-4; Currie S ft. 6 3-4. Spokane 2: Taconia 9. Hop Stop and Hayn- fs.25 ft. EL.Currie 25 ft. 5 1-4. Throwing Base 26G it. 3 1-2; Havnes 2S4 ft. Baltimore 5; Newark S. Northwestern At Vancouver 1; Seattle 6. adjacent to the City's of George Bennett, Esq., and i house- for the supply of coal to be wife who are leaving for Utah in the I used m connection with the Citv's waterworks and power plant, the es- I 2 g d thingS wcre i timated cost of such works .being. d Ol tnese worthy people who have i twenty-eight thousand dollar? made a host of friends in Kimball an 1 'wherever they are known. WHEREAS it is deemed ml-. ______________________________ visablo to raise by way of loan on; _ the credit of the said City of Letn-1 _T bridge the said sum of twenty-eight.) thousand dollars Dissolution of Partnership AND WHEREAS it ib expedient j NOTICE is' hereby given that the that- the loan bear interest at I partnership heretofore existing be- such rate not to exceed the of j tween Chas. Walsh vand E. Peebles fivt- pc r centum per annum (5 per i the firm name "The Western cent, p.a.) as the Council may by i Tinsnjithing has been by-Iuw hereinafter determine, to' be j dissolved and will hereafter be con- paid half yearly and the ?afd -priii- ginned by Chas. Walsh under the old j dollars 'to paid at j the expiration of thirty years from the date of this Bylaw taking effect. AND WHEREAS the vame of the rateable property in the City of SURE THING! Be sury and see us before purchasing your outfit. DONT BE MISLED i i j! We can give you the Goods at bottom cash prices. Hayr Bros. Phone 75 Box 27 Daily Herald Market Place to Hell or id rcit it it ihig coluiia. If you wait tut this cdunia. 25c iiscrtioa tor II ftTTTT ATTfiV 1171 Ti.'' i' O14 UAJLAUW i putting on one of lidn throughout the City and ;ilso i NOTICE 1 finest concerts offered to the contralto 50 laborers, at once Jor I general work. Smith Bros. Wilson. OF 'builders and contractors. Lethbridge. j 210-6 THE PROVINCE OF1 ALBERTA about six weeks, a girl to help with housework. Good j wages to' right girl. Apply by mail. J S. H. D.. Diamond City. NOTICE TO STEAM ENGINEERS7, NOTICE is Hereby given, that an 210-6 f-ir developing a certain coal stam Those having accounts against the j examination will be held by Nat Mar- ndjacent to the City's power house J Lethbridge and District Agricultural. shall, a duly appointed Inspector ofj for the supply of COH! to bo in Society are requested to have the I Steam for the Province of) girl for light house- work. Apply airs. E. J. Hill 410 Crabb St. 212-0 citizens. Miss C. Simni. Albert F.B..C.O-, j connection with the City's waterworks same presented "to the undersigned Alberta at i girl to-assist with Ernest violinist. and power plant. on or before Wednesday, August 7th and 8th, in {light_ housework. Apply Mrs. James THE BEST AMMUNITION is required for, good shooting. Ever notice how particular a crack shot is -about the kind of .shells he usesE knows from experience. TAKE A SHOT He of his locker and buy your am- munition here as he does. We sell to the best shots in town because they know they can' always get the best here. And we don't overcharge for it either. The Lettibridge Sporting Goods Co. j pianist and "Harold K. Cooper, baritone, to- j gather with others of Lhe city's best [talent, will appear, and names [alone are a guarantee that some- j thing extra special in the musical i line will be offered. The Citizens' Band will be in attendance and an unrivalled array of talent- will assist in this- great Hospital Sunday move- ment, Seats can be reserved at inbotJbarn's drug- store, and it would lie well to reserve them early as there is Sound to be a large house. for the fraternal societies arc, .showm.; a great interest, in the event. All 2. That is-ucd for'3- ihf s-'um of Twenty-oishr outstanding accounts as soon flSj dollaix payable at I Possible. the rxoirution of thirty years 'from the datt of thi? By-Jaw" raking ei-j2106 feet, said debentures beiiis for one i----------- society is of R. I. Heading Rooms lOrlh. Frank Hotel 212-G MISCELLANEOUS PJaOTOGEAPHER'S-1 sale'a.t a "bargain. Consists 10 camera with 5 x ,7 and 4 x.5 plate adapters, developing trays; also one wide angle lens work. Whole outfit Suitable', for professional work. Kelsey, P.O. Box 448. J. BICYCLE good second-handT bicycle." Apply to Box" T.E.M.. Herald LOST A. McDonald, 1255 Dufferin St. 212-0 certificate of the men and women in i horse "Snow King' along with other hundred dollar? ouch or any multi- ple thereof, not in all TO cxcml thf1 sum of" Twenty-eight thousand dol- lars with coupons at-, tached thereto for the half yearly! interest on each debenture respective- ly at a rate fixed by the Council us hereinbefore not to" exceed tin- fate' of five per centum per an- num (5 per cent. p.a.) paj-able at the Bank of Montreal in the City ofj Montreal or the Bank of Montreal in those who attend will fill two foW j Cit-v Toronto or the Bank of object; they will have a concert of j ?h rf- Lnat fche said Debentures shall the highest standard attd will assist bo sealed with the seal of the City in LethhrMge's first Hospital Sunday j of Lethbridge and signed by- the >la- -Ke-nemher the date 1 Secretary-Treasurer and he "paynble in Canadinn currency at, any jSample Rooms. ___ W B. BURNETT. 13th. Town Hall. J every district to handle the fastest i official papers enclosed Secrttary-Treasurer.. 14th, Union selling household article on the mar- envelope.' Lost coulee behind C. .jket. Twelve different uses. Every F. P. Conybeare's'enclosure. re-, -Medicine ISth. Cosmo-j woman buys on sight. "Sample by, ward tor return to Herald WANTED An experienced girl or wo- man for Housework on farm eight miles from Lethbridge. Will pay good wages, but must be experienced. None others need 'apply.. See or write; L. A. FELGER Care of LAND CO. 25c. Get in on the fmrand floor 22nd. Hotel Sample J before it is too late. Address Box 51S LOST OR halter and .100 !aoom- jLethbridge. __ feet, chain taken from'a cow belong-" At 9 oclock a.m. for the purpose tol'J. H. Finder will j 2ivmg engineers and apprentices an, acres of stubble opportunity for.-qualifying, for. eerti- plowed. Convenient to coal and ,wa- jficates, under_. the jjroyisions BeUevue Farms Co., A.-S. Bow-? j Steam Boilers" Act, 1906f {man, jpres. 212-2 Application for examination should I'be made to the above named Inspec-. tor OT to JOHN STOCKS. i-" Deputy Minister. of Public Edmonton. Alta. good separator man to begin at once- Bellcvuc Co. A. S. Bowman, Pres. 212-2 girl for general house- work. Apply one house west of Wall-' (work St., on Rachael St. 212-1 SAVE DOCTOR'S BILLS By eutiag clean, well-cooked arid THE ALEXANDRA CAFE The only Wiiite RestaDrant. in tbo city. Tt costs no more than the cheapest place in the city. We furDish the best the market affords for the .least possible cost to our many patrons. OUT reguJar three-course Lunches and Dinners 25o. 30c. 35c. 40c. 45c. aiid Includes a full line of Vegetables.and Dessert N. H. MURRAY, Prop. Corner Round and Dufferin Streets of Montreal. i 4. TJiat in addition to .'ill othpr j amounts there shall be collected in I year during the currency of the said debenture? on all tho rateable property in the City of Lethbridge by special rate or rates suiQcient there-, for. the sum of for paying the inten st on the said debentures j mid the sum of to form H fund for the payment of the Uebt created by tho issue of the said debentures, to be payable, levied and collected-at the same time, and in the same manner as' other taxes are payable, .levied and collected by j statute or by by-law of the City. j 5. That this By-imv shall come into fffeci on the day of i A. D. inog. 6. That the vote? of the duly qualified to vote on this by- law shall be taken on the Sth day of September A.D. the City of- fices in the City of Lethbridge be-! tween the hours of nine o'clock in the! forenoon and eight- o'clock in ternoon. Done and passed in Council dav of A. D.. 1909. Mavor. Sv __ The J. Brown Co. Have sold the balance of their stock. Tt i? im- portant that alJ unpsiM accounts be paid to W. A. BLENNER-HAS5ETT at J. J. En kin's office in the rear of the bni-Jding facing Stred at once. TO SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH: WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any peraoc wno la tbe sole head oJ j TO rooms, suitable j for twn gentlemen. Apply 424 Smith St. close in. 210-6 Furnislied office in to Wall 196-0. April our camp t-hreeMmiles west of-Lethbridge, One dark bav weigh- ing abctit' 1450 ]ijs., branded P "houlder left'hind ankle large. 'One light bay branded P left shoulder, .weighing about 1450 Ibs. One light bay about 1500 Ibs., slick, foundered .on front feet, somewhat lame., foretop and mane under ool- shorn. All in good condition. T Thirty dollars reward for informa- tion that will lead, to their recovery of three, or 10.00 for any one of them. Alta. Notify Jrjnse Bros., Camrose. 200-30 a family, or any male over 18 yeart' possession. hnwmct.anH a i Ottj i old, may homestead a oi available Dominion land in .Mani- toba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. The FURNISHED ROOHS-to let. m new applicant must appear in person modern house. Terms moderate. Ap- the Dominion Lands Agency or Snb- i -Xlrs- Joui-s. third from for the district. Ent'-y by j Round on south side Brunton proxy may be made at any agencj j 8r- r J99-0 of intending homesteader. retunr of four mares branded LM on left shoulder and sewn geldings branded 7L on left. hip. Notify" A. A. Johnston, Lethbridee. Alta. 209-0 to my place N.E. 1-4 Sec. 23 Township 3, Eange 22, on months' residence apor ROOMS TO and wash 35 one dark red cow branded and cultivation of the land in eacb fnf, S6 nionth Ar_a r M J monogram HY on right hip also of three vears. A hooiesteader maj f j Jr i on riehl side. Owner will live within nine miles of nia home at thi- end oi C.P.R. Bndgo. pay expenses and remove the ?tead on a farm of at leRai 80 acret j 202-Ox. solely owned and occupied by him OT j__________________________________ by his father, mother, son. daughter j T brother or sister. !em black or. brown. pony gelding. O n shoulder and lazy B on hip with fore top cut. Had halter on when homestead right and cannot- ob-1 vate family. Write to Box 5.'Herald i tain a pre-emption may take a put i office. 207-61 market. 11-3 4. i chased homestead in certain j FOR RENT-Six room fur- TT- board m pn- animal. .John P. Allan. 203-G Tuesday Duff addition and b077so gold watch, n jewel, Klgi i movement. Double chain and 'lo'ck- attaclipd. of JTIV-MI for return to Herald office. 211-O, 4- i reside six months in each oi thret 1 nacc and bath, and fully modern. branded 5T on left shoulder. Rr- s house wo-tb W.W.CORT. Deputy Minister of the Inter." I publication oi) thi' advjjrtisetrsnt will not IOT. Block. 211-31 for one or two .cren- No. 10 Argyle Ave. 20S-6 FOUND j you are looking for a roomed in household furniture, etc., al- ----------5Dufferjn St. Applv A. L. S. Riplev. H BO a-shoemakers outfit, go to :425- 20S-O TENDERS Will receive tenders ap till Aug. 31st for digging a hole 4x5 feot 275 feet deep to coal. Timbered with 2 inch cedar plank, with ladder spiked on. West side Section 8-10-22 W. 4. ALEX 'McWTLLlAM, 208-12 Regina. Box 1163. Merchants Bank of Canada HEAD OFFICE, MONTREAL Paid-tip Capital........................... Reserve and Undivided Accounis of Merchants, Farmers and Ranchers Solicited Drafts Money Orders ..Letters'of Credit Savings Bank Department Lethbnige Branch- Block. St. o TO front, unfurnished rooms, fully modern house. Also! furnished rooms, rally modern house.! Apply Mrs. .'Nicld. 526 Barflott..'..St. TO furnished room in quiet house. Gentlemen j j Apply 53 Argyle AVC-, 212-31 Bartlett Street. 209-6 BOARD AND ROOM private home br ycrane man. 225. Herald. 209-Ox WE CAN SELL YOUR LAND ________ can sell your land at TA -c- t> i prices that can't, be beat. We can FJirsell you good land from up to furnished, in ,a fully modern house, including hot and cold water, bath, telephone, etc. Call at once 425 Bart- tett St. 272-6 FOR on 'Brunton St. owned by Mr. Grace, third house from "Riverview." Apply at office of C. F. P. Conylionre, K. C. per acre, in any quantity from one quarter up to as much as 150 sec-% tions In one block. Terms, one-tenth" of the pin-chase price in cash and the balance in nine equal annual instaV ments with interest at 6 per cent, on the unpaid balance. The Empire Land Co., upstairs in Ott Block, P.O. 211-6 Box 60. Phone 394. 191-O ;