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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 20, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald, Saturday, August HAVERGAL COLLEGE WINNIPEG "Residential and Day School for Girls Modern and Thoroughly Equipped Buildings E. L. Jones, L.L.A., St. Andrew's, Scotland, formerly head of the Day School, Havergal College, Toronto, assisted by a large staff of resident and visiting professors and teachers. COURSE OF attention is given in every department to the individual -training of the pupils. The school course con- prises English in all iis branches, with Latin, French and Ger- man. Mathematics, Botany, Drawing and Class Singing. Pupils are prepared for matriculation at the University of Manitoba. college offers exceptional advantages for the study of music, and luvsem and past pupils have taken high honors in the examinations of the Toronto Conservatory and College of Music PHYSICAL physical development and training of the jcirls is by an experienced resident mistress who also in charge of -the School Games, Tennis, Basketball'and Hockey on the School rink. Kindergarten Department leads into the Junior School. calendar containing full information, apply to Principal. The attention of patrons and friends is directed to the great improve- ments made in -the College Buildings during the past twelve months. There is now a large Assembly Hall and Gymnasium for the pupils. Studio for Art Studies and special rooms for the teaching of Pianoforte. SCHOOL RE-OPENS WEDNESDAY, 14TH OF SEPTEMBER. 1910 IN MERRY ENGLAND The University of Alberta Courses Offered In to B. A. and B. Sc. degrees. APPLIED to B. Sc. degree. MATRICULATION Wednesday, Sep- tember 21st. REGISTRATION AND September 2Stb- Application for the September Matriculation Examination should be made before September 1st. For application forms, cal- endars, and full information, apply to THE REGISTRAR, Strathcona, DOES YOUR NEED REPAIRING 1 If ir. does, now js the time. Have ir. DIK oerfect order by expert workmen in the shortest possible time, at pric- es most moderate. Any person'who has' tried our watch repair department knows that when we -repair them -they are "right." Bring in now. E.A.EWEKT JEWELER, Round St. FALL OPENING of the Garbutt Business Col- lege will be on Monday, Aug. 22, 1910. Full information on appli- cation. GEO. J. SCHMIDT P.O. Bos 1291. Principal Phones: Office 1315. Residence 1458. MELVIN SHEPPARD Succeeded in Making New Marks For Three Distances Indian Who Beat Dr. Rol- ler May Beat Gotch Wells, Heavyweight in Old Country Football, Rowing and Turf Revieved London, Aug. biggest up- .set English wrestling cicles have sus- ___j cained in years came this week when iGama, rhe Punjaub Indian threw Dr. J Roller, the Seattle physician, two falls V, j for a purse in something less rime than it rakes TO tell abou: it. [The match showed Gama to be en- I tirely worthy of the seemingly estrava- igant statements that had been made concerning him. Gama is matched to Imeet Zbyszko. the giant Pole, here next month, and if he succeeds in win- ning from Zbyszko it will indeed be jja big increase to uama's prestige. The j Indian, although large, is by no means ija Turkish giant, for he weighs less jthan'220 pounds, but he is tremendous- muscular and agile, as Dr. Roller j found to his sorrow. Many, including i those who saw George Hackenschmidt jwben" the "Russian Lion" was in bis i prime, feel thai Gama is the better and only a little instruction in the American style of wrestling to be by far the most dangerous man in sight to essay TO take the present title from {Frank Gotch, of the Iowa prairies. Let a Herald Want Ad. Work For You and You Will Find It the Best Little Servant You Ever Had In Employ feat that few have accomplish- ed in iiie long history of English row- ing, lu addition to the.Diamond Sculls Kinnear has .won the Wingfield Sculls, emblematic of the amateur championship of England, and the London Cup, the third great schilling race of the year. The Wingfield since the race was instituted SO years ago, have been won by many great oarsmen, one of them vian Nickalls, who is now in VI- the States as coach of -the Detroit (Mich.) Boat Club crews. Vivian Nickalls won upon three occasions, while his broth- er Guy Nickalls, earned the trophy no less ohctn five times. The Cowes Regatta has just ended and proved as brilliant an affair as possible with .the en-lire nation in mourning this season. The excellent sailing of ine New York boat, the Westward, was easily Uie feature, and her popularity' was amazing, particu- larly so after her owner's dispute with the handicapper. Tfoe regatta has demonstrated to everybody's satisfac- tion that the Westward is easily a fast- 25 cents per insertion when not exceeding 35 words 6 insertions Please Pay in Advance J) MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE FOR hay in cadoad lots. Apply for prices to Newman Jack- son, Bos 86, Okotoks, Alta. Phone 25. 189-24 FOR wheat seed, Alberta Red. H. E Miebach, Monarch, Alta. 207-0 FOR yearling and two year 'old well bred ewes; two three, four and five year old wethers; head of 6 year old ewes; bucks. 150 head of -grade Lincoln Will sell on. time with good security, p. H. Buckley, Sweet Grass Montana. 207-2P SITUATIONS VACANT at once. The Lethbridge Iron Works. 203-O J TITHE NT FOR offices to rent In the Post Office Block, and each per month, including light and heat. Apply J. D. Higinbotham. 201-O TO furnished room for gentlemen, modern house, telephone, etc. Apply 425 Bartlett St. 194-0 clerk with know- ledge of book keeping. Apply in own j and" hand writin T -Buildu opposite Herald f.. o Crabb St., rormery occupied PQR Good nicture fram Pawsou Bros., Coaldale. Phone L. D. ra rormery occupe L- UK uooa going picture iram- by Empire Cafe. Apply McClure incr T-iiicinacc A "Hiiv OfMY} T.o.t-Vi. JLiti. ______ _____ ._ _ _ ing business, bridge. Apply Box 2003, Leth- t 209-6' trustworthy man to han-l Stewart Agency. 146-0 SHERIFF RAIDS BOOKIES AT GRAND CIRCUIT MEET The Harvester Trots Fast Mile and Equals Cresceus World's Record for Stallions Randall, Ohio, Aug. may be the last grand circuit meeting in Cleveland closed here on Saturday in a blaze'of fireworks. Sheriff Hirstius furnished much of the pyrotechnics. FOR large Victor Grama and 40 records. Mahogany fin- j waggon. ish. Bargain for quick sale. Appb 1 erally dealt 704 Courtland. after 6 p.m. 210-6 I olt'lce m die fruit and farm produce, with team jTO REA'Tr-Furnished room with board Good man will be desired. Apply 1202 Ford St. 182-n _ Apply at Herald T0 Dwellings and offices. Ii> to c. B. Bowman Agency, Acad- 211-3 class machinist, none j ia Building, Redpath street, other need apply. Lethbridge Iror. FOR SALE OR livery barn (only one in 1 dwelling house- 1 machine shed, all on same lots. Wili j orks Co- Ltd_____________________ trade for horses or sheep. For parti- men for working in culars write to F. T. Coats, or Grant i ply F. G. Waters, Supt. The Elk Lum- 194-0 212-3! FOR for rent suit- able for garage or machine shop. Ap- ply E. A. Cunningham, Rogers Cun- Woolf. Millet, Alta. 211-6 j woods. Highest soing wages paid. Ap- 212-0 FOR Hay, carload lots.! ber Co- Hosmer, B. C. S30.00 per ton. C.O.D. Lethbridge. j Frank Lane, Alberta Hotel, Edmonton, j MISCELLANEOUS WANTS ningham Lbr. Co. 202-O FOR pool tables. SAME AS WESTERN CANADA The pdayer limit thing has been ov- erdone by -the Southern league, which limits each club to 13 players. Such a system prevents a manager from car- rying a utility player, except at the ex- pense of his pitching staff. To illus- trate how a .team can be -handicapped the Atlanta dub is carrying two catch- ers, ,but playing one on first base, so as to be able to have five pitchers, there being numerous double headers in sight- When a player is injured it is up to the pitchers to act as subs. New York. Aug. any was dubious about the claim ofMel- vin W. Sheppard as the peer of middle distance runners that doubt was dis- pelled conclusively when the great middle -distance runner sent three re- cords, two of which were intermed- English turf, just now is wrestling iwhih the old, yet .ever new. question I of the walk-up start on the running in lieu of the present standing system. The English turfman is, by nature, a conservative sort of a chap, loth 'to favor any innovation. But the starting of late at all the tracks has been so atrocious, so many good hor- ses have been left at 'the pole flat-, footed, and so many others have been kicked at the barrier by some fretting nervous starter, that there is a real demand for a change. Many of the foremost 'trainers in England have been interviewed on the subject and they are unanimous that tihe Jockey Club should do something. The result of all this agitation will doubtless be the passage of a rule whereby the start will be either standing or walk- up, as the starter may elect. _____v Although it is somewhat far cry to link -Bombardier Wells's name with any contest for the world's heavy- weight championship jus; at present, the fact remains that this much adver- tised pugilist is some boxer, who will improve with work. He is surely much better 'than the Ian Hagues, Jew- ey Smich, Gunner Moir and others of when he made a spectacular raid ..on! size. All fixtures. Apply to 211-12 j sewing at home, standard j Mrs. Viueham, 41S 203-ox FOR modern house on .Rogers street, very close in. Apply G. A, Peat Co., Macdonald Block. 207-0 the "bookies." His sudden appearance "was the sig- nal for a wild scramble on the part of the bookmakers and their -clerks, who fled wildly, in some cases spilling the contents of their cash -boxes on their eagerness to get away. They all arrest. Hirstius said he would give the confiscated money to char- ity. The crowd yelled for the pay- ment of their bets but were ignored. 1st. E. Edmonton, Alta. 212-12 1 terms. Apply Box 28, Herald Office terms for a few years. Apply S. Wil- 207-Q! kinson. Box 386 Lethbridge. 207-8' late marks, -soaring at the games of the First Regiment. Irish Volunteers, j posed "with more at Celtic Park, Sheppard attempted j or less right to their claim as Eng> to better the world's amateur record'lish champions. Wells, who just for 600 yards and the intermediate figures for 500 and 550 yards and he weight: title, made his succeeded in establishing new figures for the three distances. Sheppard covered the 600 yard, in 1 minute come back from England with the a- vowed determination of winning the English and tihen the world's heavy- appearance in pubic the other day and showed 2 a_2 OQlT 22 years old> but weighs 4r5 seconds, nicking one-fifth of a sec-liSS pounds. He has the distinction of ond off Tommy Burke's record of j having never lost a fight. made at Williams Bridge on Septem- ber 19, 1S96. For 550 yards Sheppard chopped with two-fifth secon-ds off his own record of 1.05 2-5 and for the 500 yards he bettered Burke's. figures of 'by cuts-fifth of a sec- FORT GEORGE TRIBUNE Only newspaper published at Fort George the strategic com- mercial and geographical centre of British Columbia. Fort George will be. one of the largest cities on the North Amer- ican because it is the natural supply point for an in- land empire immensely rich in agricultural land, timber and mines. Fort George is at the junction of the thousand miles of navig- able waterways, and on the line of seven railways chartered and building. One hundred million dollars will be expended in rail- way building alone in the Fort George District within the next five years. Sencl three dollars for one year's subscription and get the truth about the fortune-making opportunities ior business and investment in the Last Great Metropolis of Norih America. Address "The Tribune." Fort George, B. C. 57 4-5 seconds ond. A decidedly erroneous impression prevails in the states to tfhe effect that Eugene Corr, the eminent English sportsman and pugilistic authority, is in some way supporting Wells in his desire to meet Johnson. Corr has no i interest in Bombardier Wells any more ithan to see England have a heavy- Dan Ahearn, the trim little jumper j weight champion worthy of the name, of the Irish-American A, C.. bettered He never advised Wells to chal- his own world's record for the hop. step and jump. Ahearn bounded over 51 feet 7-8 inches, was 49 7 7-S inches. lenge Johnson, nor does he stand ready to back the Indian soldier a- gainst the colored man from the states FIVE TEAMS IN FINALS FOR BENNET SHIELD Lloydminster .Edmonton. Red Deer, Calgary and Lethbritge Compete for Troohv His old mark But Mr. Corr does believe Wells the best prospective heavy-weight Eng- jland has had for some time. Some of the right sort of training and in- struction would put him in a position where he could logically claim the right to fight for the 'British title, bm it would be well for him 'to win that distinction before sending broadcas; any billet doujc relating to a world's Wl" 'champion battle at .this time. Calgary, Aug. Bennet shield competition is now in the The English polo leaders are awak- ing with no little interest the decision of the Polo Association of America, regarding Che dates for the internat- rmal stages, where the teams m matches next season. One cir- various districts have won out. :cumstance after another has combin- Lloydminster has won in their to cause the abandonment of the i gue, the Caledonias in the Edmon- ;trip this year, bur. it really looks aa though there could be no hivcb. next ton district Red Deer in Central Al-j season unless it be in the matter of berta. Calgary Caledonias and -Lenh- dates the matches. The Engiish- bridge are also' winners. All are anxious to have the I, ,_. (matches played earlv bv the firs't of teams are very strong this year and j Jurie_iT1 lbat-the; mav retUrD 'should make a good interesting com- to This in time for the finals petition. THE SUN AGENCY AGENTS FOR Victor Safes and Vault Doors. Him Typewrit- ers. .Computing' Scales, Store Fixtures, and Silent vSalesmen OFFICE 411 FORD ST. PHONE 1046. WE TAKE ORDERS FOR ASHCROFT'S COAL '.for the Champion Cup on Jnue 23. If i the Americans grant the Englishmen's desire MS to date they will be con- I ceding a whole lot, for. as almost every jbody knows, the iiolo season in the states, excepting on the Pacific Coast. Icioes not begin anywhere nearly so i early as here in England. TALK 18 MISLEADING But five minutes spent in our yard will convince you that have EVERYTHING YOU WANT and tbft best MATERIAL. Headquarters for OAK WAGON STOCKS. GUM BOARDS.. Beech, Birch and Maple Flooring, Screens, Etc. Come once, and you'll always come to n's Yard Office Phone 362. Baroness Road. Gen'l Office Phone 334. Football folk are highly elated that His M.ijecty the King has at last con- sented to become .patron of the Football Association, thus continuing the same relation that, his distingiiish- ''ed father, the late King, occupied with the association. The new King, how- jever. is not overly generous in the granting of his patronage and has turned down a number of requests for such favor. In fact, there was a time when it was feared His Majesty might similarly reply to the reqnestion of the Football Association. Before definite- ,ly deciding in the matter His Majesty I had considerable memorandum bearing upon the matter placed before him. containing figures that are worthy of repetition here as indicating the tre- mendous scope of English .football. The as it is known here, was organized in 1863 and has been active ever since, and nmv counts in its mem- bership .upward of amateur clubs, or nearly half a million of ama- teur players, with .300 professional teams and 6.000 players, W. D. Kinnear, the winner of the Diamond Sculls in the Henley Regatta, enjoys the unic.ue distinction of cap- turiiig ,this season, all three of the im- portant amateur sculling races in Eng- STOP BASEBALL GAMBLING Portland Judge Administers Drastic Penalty to Poolroom Proprietor and Two Plungers Portland, Ore., Aug. gambling got a sharp slap in the mun- icipal court today when Acting Judge G-ebhardt fined Julius Neuberger, a brother of one of the proprietors of a saloon at 327 Washington street. for conducting a gambling room. Chas. 0, Kline, an. employee of a meat mar- ket and John D. Knight, a traveling salesman were fined 510 each for mak- ing bets on a baseball game. Demmon, Elcan. Atea. L. i located 6 or 212-6 j house, give price and terms. FOR roomed fully modern house. Parties leaving town. Apply 429, Westminster Rd. 207-6 i room Apply _ 1-2 section of land 4 mil- y oVpotatoes, please WANTED TO 2 or 3 goo5 Tot? j f from Lethbridge, between Leth- HAT. GRAIN OR j Sox 28, Herald Office. correspond with C. W. .Parish, 1026 Duff Addition. Give price and and Kipp. Will rent on easy FOR 6 foot show case, one cabinet talking machine, with 30 rec- ards. also stock of small musical goods. These goods must be sold at once .re- gardless of price. W. H, Johnson Land Co., Johnson Block, 323 Round St. 212-6 hay, carload lots, per ton. Timothy hay, carload lots.. per ton. Large contracts, spe- cial prices. Frank Lane. Alberta Hotel Edmonton. 212-12 ROOM AND BOARD ROOM AND two gentle men. Modern house. 30S Rogers St 207-f CANADIAN Special Rates to Toronto Exhibition Aug. 27 to Sept. 12 Tickets on Sale Aug. 20 to Sept. 4. Final Return Limit Sept. 23, 1910. Transit Limit 10 days in each direction For Full Particulars Apply to nearest Agent, or to R. G. McNEILLlE, Dist. Pass. Agent, Calgary, Alta. S. B. MITCHELL, Local Agent_ LETHBRIDGE. ROOM AND and sin WANTED TO BUY FROM Raw or partly improved farm, reason- ably close to market. Price must be right. Office. Apply Box 29, Herald 207-O TO airy rooms in of the most .up to date houses in city, nicely furnished, modern conveniences. Will rent reasonable. Close in. Apply 612 Crabb St. 207-0 pasture 200 head ol horses; good feed; good water. For terms address Mason-Seale Co., Ra- ley. Alta. 207-G by the day. Ap- ply Mrs. Kate 'Palen, east of Athletic Grounds, or phone 479. 205-ox WANTED TO seven or eight roomed f.ully modern house by about the 1st September. 15. Herald Office- Apply Box 209-6 TO furnished rooms in modern house. Mrs. J. Lee Johnston. 312 Cutbill St. 207-6 TO room; bath in connection. Terms moderate. Glyn St. 642 207-6 TO rooms partly furnished, suitable for housekeeping. Apply for particulars to 515 Glyn SL Also fur- nished rooms. 207-6 SHEEP bunch, gle rooms .-with board. Every convec- j purchase or wouia take from tc ience. Modern. Phone 1036. Apply to on shares. Correspond 1010 Ford St. 207-6 ROOMS TO suit- able '-for one or" two persons. Tele- BOARD house, bath, electric lights, phone. week- ly. Call 844 Glynn St. Table board, 210-6 to on shares. Correspond ence from interested parties solicitec at once. Wm. T. Shuttleworth, Gaetr Valley, Alta.. Red Deer District. 210-c phone and bath in connection, in afternoon, 31 Arygle SL Apply 20S-S MONEY TO LOAN MONET TO and Insnr ance on farm and city property. Ap- to pasture on 4 sections good pasture field. Plenty of grass, river water and about 200 acres green feed. Price until the end of the year, or 75c per head per month. Apply Baron E. leszen- ply the Southern Alberta Loan and jszty_ P. 0 .Alta., (6 miles north Investment Co.. 416 Duffertn street place on -the bank of the TO new five roomed cot- tage. Immediate posession. Apply to- own er, 40B Torrance Ave. 20S-6 ROOM PER in first class house, modern, except furnace. Apply 3212 Bomnas St. 210-Oar FOR Block in North Ward.. 14 ft. x 44 ft. Apply on premis- es 40S Westminster Road. North Ward, 212-J Rrran blocK A fully WANTED competent man Bow River, 19 miles northeast of i TO room, suitable High River.) 211-4 I for 2 young men, with board, also ta- I ble board. Apply Mrs. J. A. Jones. SOS to devote half his time each day to man- age the Employment Agency in connec- tion with the Lethbridge Trades and Labor Council. Applicant must be 2 and X year ewes. Will buy outright, or winter on! Brunton shares on mr acre ranch, nearj' Edmonton. Frank Lane, Alberta Hotel 2T2-6 PROPERTY FOP SAUE HOTEL FOR of 22 Edmonton. 211-12 willing to abide by the conditions laid j SHEEP AND HORSES bedrooms, bath and toilet. dining down by the executive of the above j ewes 2 to 4 years old, 300 year- 1 room, sitting room, kitohen, barroom Council. Application stating wages re- i ling colts. Will buy .for spot cash or j large basement. Bar room furnish- quired to be sent to S. W. Tuckwell. winter on my SOOO acres ranch east of President; Wm. Symonds, Secretary. P. 0. Box 444, Letlabrddge. 2120 WANTED X A fewmore teams to haul gravel to the city sidewalks. Apply W. G. HOLE Redpath St. West HAY HAY Upland hay in car lots, guar- anteed against heating or moulding. Write us wants. JESSE GONGE CO. Acme, Alta. Coal, Ice and PRAYING Western Transfer Co. LONG- BEOS.Proprietora Offijce next Arcade Phone 1163 II SCRIP WANTED Want to buy Three pieces of South African Scrip at once. Address Lock Pox 361, ford N. D. 207.-C UNRESERV'ED SHORT NOTICE Auction Sale OF SUPERIOR Household Furniture ON Monday, Aug. 22 AT 613 BARTLETT ST. COM- MENCING AT 1.30 SHARP BY W. L. WILSON. Auctioneer Instructed by Mr. Best, who is leaving for Eastern Canada, to sell the following without reserve: 4 fancy iron beds, with brass mounting, springs and mat- tresses. 3 quarter cut oak dressers stands. 1 oak dresser, size of mirror. 36 x 40. I oak wash stand with bevel plate mirror on top, very handsome. 1 set solid oak diners, leather seat Quarter oak sideboard 1 set of Early English diners 1 Ext. table. 1 Quarter oak leather uphol- stered easy chair. 6 fancy rockers. 2 oak centre tables 1 fancy oak hall mirror 1 bed 5 carpet squares 2 tancy. clocks 4 toilet sets 1 drop head sewing machine 1 violin I Victor Gramapbone and records 1 6-hole range, high closet and water front. Kitchen table and chairs Kitchen utensils House plants 1 dinner set Pictures, blinds, fancy dishes. 1 washing machine wringer T heater Linoleum i lounge 1 hammock SPECIAL Best is one of firm of Best Brown, grocers, who sold their business only a few weeks ago and the furniture has only been in use about 4 months. Auctioneer's Phone 1023. Eamonton on shares. Frank Lane Alberta Hotel, Edmonton. 212-15 or three unfurnished rooms on the ground floor for light housekeeping. Not over S blocks out. Must be cheap. Apply Box 38., Herald Office. 212-1 WANTED Upholstering and furniture repairing done right and cheaply, also furniture packed for removal; all kinds of house jobbing. Apply Har- vard Tailoring Co., 330 Crabb St., oppo site new Herald office. _ 2l2-f To locate 1-2 section rea- sonable distance from Lethbridge. Ap- ply Box 1. Herald office. 212-6 AND FOUND ed, all in first class order. Choice lo- cation. Must sell owing to ill-health, or -will consider trade for Alberta land1. Apply to H. Henderson, Rossland, B. C. 201-12 HOTEL FOR roomed hotel furnished- Choice location. License paid to Jan. 15, 1911. to close partnership. Will sell cheap Apply to E. Q. H. Winn, barrister, Rossland, B. C. 201-12 the party who took the valise containg the third class engi- neers license belonging to W. E. Bu- chanan, return same to him at Kipp Alberta. 208-6 LOTS FOR have some fine building lots on water and sewer at snap prices. Some are only open for a few days. Let us talK it over with vou. Phone 544, Glyn Street, Sher- lock Building. The Dowsley-McMillan Land Company. 209-6 modern eight room- jed house in central part of city on Round St., worth Sell imme- diately for Address' Box 50. Lethbridge Herald. 211-6 Sunday, Aug. 14. dark brown horse, aged about 10 weight about Wore a years leathe) FOR lots near Fair Grounds. Two months ago these lots were sell- ing for to per lot. These lots must be sold at a sacrifice now to meet pai-mems. Will now sell for ?20 halter trailing long heavy rope. No j cash and balance ?10 per brand. Suitable reward for informa- J taxes and no interest until paid for. Ti- tion or return to J. T. Willard, Taber tie given any -time. Best chance ever 210-5 offered to .LAND FOR SALE et a fine building lot ar jtialf price. W. H. Johnson Land Co.. i Johnson Block, 323 Round St. 212-fi FRUIT LAND FOR acres i owner, two lots on on the Lower Arrow Lakes, opposite 1 Norman St.. N. W. Also one modern Deer Park, 80 acres, considered the jfive roomed house, water connection, choicest on the lake, with 1-2 mile lake I lights, cellar, well finished, just com- frontage. Must sell at once owing to ill-health. Apply to Chas. Swartzen- hauer, Deer Park, or to H. Henderson Rossland, B. C. lileted. One well built shack on sec- ond lot. Renting for per month'. Price for 2, SI200 with terms. Apply 201-12 Norman W. 212-6 FOR SALE OR fruit ranch of ten acres on the shore? of beautiful Kootenay Lake in the heart of the famous Kaslo fruit dis- trict. Water right; (fine mountain stream) also water piped under pres- sure for general purposes. Six acres Notice To Hunters NOTICE TO HUNTERS No'hunting is allowed on any of the lands of the MacTntyre Ranch. Par- ties, found hunting lay themselves open cleared; acre fine orchard bearing; al to prosecution, so all small fruits. Two acres used Magrath, Alta. for nursery past three years. Firs: T0 or shooting John Kenney, mgr.. 205-26 land selected in the district and the best. Right on lake shore (boats all call when flagged) telephone service and graded road to town, three miles; school, church and post-office within half a mile; ideal home and climate and most profitable industry on earth Three room house and outbuildings Worth and will soon advance Price for quick sale, cash; balance 1, 2, 3 years; f per cent, or TTill exchange for No, wheat land. Address Kootenay Valley Nurseries. Mirror Lake, B. C. 203-C of any kind is strictly prohibited on any property of Ray Knight, or the Knight Sugar Co. Trespassers will be prosecuted with the .utmost rigor of the law, Ray Knight, Raymond, Alta ____________ 205-26 i'O or shooting any kind is strictly prohibited on Brimhall Bros. Tres- Misers will be prosecuted. BrimhaU Alta. 2GS-26 Notice PUBLIC have sold out mr interests in the Hop Yate Co. restau- rant and bakery, Raymond, and I wil? not be accountable for any bills are due, as that is in the contract with the purchaser. Go. Moke, Raymond SITUATIONS WANTED good exper- ience, wishes position either -to substi- tute or permanent. Good references. Apply to Box 42, Herald Office. 213-C the day or at home, at 123S Redpath St 211-2 by lady book- keeper. Twelve years' experience as stenographer and bookkeeper. Best references. Address 209-f Box 245, Granam. 211-3 ;