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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 28, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta TMt trrWilttPai Mli> JtiWAtO, �ATU>tDAY. AOOUtT 1 IktwMqHCiuia 2 JbmBii 4 McrryVMtwHal Song Black Jim." PRI0L8 l&e ANO 25c The Thatens m b new and V very funnyiketch,,entitled,. 'the Book Ag�>t." Latic�iter&: Miller in a hiKh-olnsB comedy sketch^en-meA, " Woman*t Rights." ' little Ttddy, Everybody V Pet ShellB thni BRIliC DOWN THE BlRQt are manufactured by a few firms. Not all, however, .give as much attention to tho loading of the ahells as the matter demands. ; VSe carry a line of the best PAPER AND METALLIC * tMELLt. for shot guns and rifles of every bore.-both black and smokeless powder shells in stock. Metiiliridae Sporting CoQds Co. The only store in Lothbrid^e that handlos sporting goods txolusivaly LETHBRIOOE cniEnimr OF MDIIC and : nMNEieillCOlUIE il. Qaorgt Harpsr Dirwtor * IRE-OPENS MONDAY, AUOUtT SOth, il Expert teachers in all' branehes. ClasR and private instruction. Choral, ' String. Orchestral and rDramatio Clubs I in connection. Station- TUFF'S BLK., Oppoiit* the Barracks. 8li;tbVvH; ij.Aon, ham been busy preparin;; program, sending out..invitatii)ii4. nnd attending to correspondence. A, � Everything is now in perfedtssHaw, "Never wa^ there more ciitliUBif'�m pmonp the newspaper men or the capital cityv than ' prevailgv jnat now IP iinticipaticHi of the jiriss convn-foon. The "Scribes" are all agig with fervent zeni-coupled with good works and integrity, and tho "Pharisees" are non-est on this occasion. The "Boys" at Edmonton are takinjr care of things up there u'hd all they HE JCUmKA. -.Ohev of "the Almost laughable ' ^roi' grams ever presented in the city in I at '(he Fnteka tWs week Lancastrit andMiJIe^Jii^yWomaij's Ri^^^ starts f'> audience in a fit of laupji-ter-which; does-^npt cease any when Little' Teddy appears in her comic songs - and > dances. Following is ' a half reel of pictures showing the ab-Stttdiiy, of the,)M*t�y Widow'hat^^a^ the trouble I Je&UsM in c^wds. ;fiut when the Thatens appear in their act entitled ,"A Book Agent,'" the screaming starts.' It may well be said ic you want to have a good laugh see the Thatens. Last, night the patrons when passinfT out, were heard to remark-"Oh, my jaw," and "Oh. -my sides are aore.ifrom laughing.' ^ NOTICE , NOTICE ia hereby given that in ac-Nl'xI virp..kmiofhpr ffnftri nn^^Arrl'^^'^^^''^ with'the provisions of The ,. .. J .u k .u u, . another go6d comedy, j,igation Act the Municipality of ask IS a big crowd-the bigger the but-1 programme is m store for the pat-| the City of Lethbridge have^led the ter! The chairman of the Edmon-j rons of this popular theatre. Wil-1 "^soessary memorial and plans roquir Retell W t^e date of the Monster AvctioA Sale 6f WinAifred Lots W. L. WILSON Phone 189 Avetioncer WANTED-Twenty laborers. Apply J; E. Lussier, opposite fire hall. 219-1 WANTED-A young man for upstair Work. Also one for kitchen. Apply Lethbridge Hotel. 219-3 son-and Wilson in a big musical comedy ^act, and the Thatens in another scream . entitled /'Two Dutch Servants.' ton committee is Editor Watt of the Saturday News. The Honorable Minister of the Interior. (Mr. Frank Oliver, has communicated to Mr, Elton his pleasure in accepting the invitation to address | LOCAU BUDGET the convention. His topic will be J- A. Tobin, trainmaster at Mao-"Pioneer Newspaper Reminiscences leod, accompanied by_ A. T. Short of Of the West," The convention is be-|Cranbrook, was in, the city Thursday. SAVE DOCTOR'S BILLS , By eating clean, well-cooki'il and wiioleBome food at THE ALEXANDRA CAFE Theonlj White Reataurant in iim :ci1y. It costs -no more than the bheapest place iu the city. We . f�niish the beat the niavkes iiffords fOr the leMt pomible cost to oar many patrons. Our regular tl�ee-coune.LiincheB and Dinners 25c; 90cf 3So. 40c. ' 45o. atid^ 50c. includes a full line of Vegetables and Deasert N: H. MURRAY, Prop. Comer Round and Onfferin Streeis ing held in his "Home 01ty"-the burg, village, town, city and capital of his pioneer days: . . Mr. Willison, of the Toronto News, writes that, owing to the tact that' Mr. fearse, general manager of The News broke his ankle gome two weeks ago. he is unable to get away^ He particularly regrets his inability to attend the convention and says: "If the situation takea an early change I shall let you know.' so that the Association has not yet given up hopes of having Mr. Willison' present. > Mr. R. B. Bennett, of Calgary, has been asked to deliver an address on ",The Law of Libel as it Applies to Editors and Publishers" Outside of this a splendid program has .been prepared and copies, sent to all members in AlbRrta and Eastern British Columbia. Jl js the intention of the Associa-tion as expressed in tho .secretary's last letter to "Make Thursday and j Friday. September. 9th, and 10th, \ 1900, 'Red Letter Days,"" in the hiis-. tory of the city of Edmonton and the ' Alberta and Eastern B.C. Press As-.sociation." D. R. McNeill, of Spokane, is visiting at the home of J, A, McDonaUi of this city.  . ' A. L. Haines, wiho reoontly resigned the pmitioaj of ^ty accountant left yesterday afternoon for Winnipeg. Het will visit at Ifoose Jaw and Bar gina on Ws way^ v The Cliib Cafe SUNDAY. AUGUST 20th AT FIVE O'CLOCK TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS James Cullen, 30 years of age and unmar.ried, was drowned in the bay at Hamilton. Ont, Fritz Dieha, accused of being Ed-I'die Quinn'fi accomplice in switching th^ valine of a bank elerk,: containing several thousand dollars in Tilbury. Ont.,' a year ago, has arrived at Chatham. Opt. Diehn was extra-dieted from Lcs Angeles. Quinn was caught some six months ago aiid implicated Diehn. Lord Charles Beresford will be invited, to visit Winnipeg. With a bullet wound in his head and a revolver at his side, William Sniith, aged 65. was found in an unconscious condition in his room at Colebrbok. Ont. He died soon after. DI^AVNthe man who succeeds is the man who acts, so do it now. Whether you buy or not, call and see our plan, and get full particulars. Office Open Every Night Telephone us and one of our representatives will take pleasufe in calling at your residence with full particulars. Freeman, Macleod & Grafaam Phone, write or wire �s the aui|bBr of lots you wish reserved Lethbrijdge % Aliierta WE CAN SELL YOUR LAND FOR SALE-We can sell your land at prices that oan't be beat. We �an sell you good land from 110.00 up to 116.00 per acre, in any quantity from one quarter up to as much ai 160 sections in one block. Terms, one-tenth of the purchase priee in cash and the balance in nine equal annual instalments with interest at 6 per cent, on the unpaid balance. ; The Empire Land Co., "upsUirs in Ott Bloek. P.O. Box 80. Phohe 894 Wl-O TENDERS WANTED SEALED TENDERS marked "Ten. ders for remodelling school" and addressed to C B. Bowman. Sec and Treas. School Board Lethbridge, Alta. WANTED-rAn experienced tailor. Ap^ ply Box W, Hetrald.'' ' 2164 WANTED-A general servant for housework. Apply Mrs. Oeorie Taylor, 660 Bartlett St.. City. 9164 WAN!qEI>^Firiit classi pattmi^miakl er and two first class machinists 'and fitters.  Apply Lethbridge Iron Worts, City. ' , 21(1 WANTED-A single man to 'take care of horsei and rigs. Apply at 321 Crabb St. 217-S J- WANTED~-By Mrs. W. B. Burnett, a' maid starting Sept. 1. Apply Mril R. O'Hagan. 1008 Bedpath St. 17'8 WANTED-Iminediately. asaistantsi . , . , - - , , and apprentices to dressmaking. Ap- will be r?ceived until 6 p.m. of Tues-1 ply Mrs. T. W. Clarke, cor. Cutbill day, .�.ag. 31st, 1909 Also tenders for ulf the materials resulting from the irt/.ing of the old school building, the tender to include taking down building and removing material and re-.sulting rubbish from the premises. Plans of the work may be seen at the .-jfficfc the architect, Room 10 Whitney Block, Lethbridge, Alta. ; No lendiT necessarily accepted.. W. T WILLIAMS. 219-3 Architect. and 502 Redpath streets or P O.' Box 217-^ NOTICE Of Dissolution. of Partnership NOTICE is hereby given that the partnership heretofore subsisting between us, the undersigned, under the name of "James Richards." in the City of Lethbridge in the Province of Alberta, has this day beenii� homestead right and cannot ob' tain a preemption may take' a pui chased homestead in certain districts Price $3.00 per acre. DutCes.-Must reside six., months in each of three years, cultivate fifty acres and ereei a house worth $300.00. W.W.COPT. Deputy Minister of tbe: r N.B.-Unautboried nubli ' v thi-ply:'on premises to The C.'B. Bowman Agency. SIO-O TO RENT-A furnished house with modem > conveniences. Available Sept. 12 next. Apply John D. Hig-inbotham. 219-0 FURNISHED ROOM8-to let. in new modem, house. Terms .moderate. Ap-ply � Mrs;' Jones, third house from Round on south side of Brunton St. lOO-O TO RENT-Furnished room in mod-ern. house. cl0ee in. Suitable for two gentlemen. Apply 1st house on Cut-bill St. o& Baroness Road opposite Tennis Court. 306^0 TO RENT-A comfortable furnished roopi. suitable for o|iie or two young ladies. 1002 Baroness Road, 1st house past tennis court. 216-6 CARPETS-If >ou want any to be sewn together or uended,^ ply to Box 1374, Lethbridge. ' PROPERTY FOR SALE FOR SALE-One double lot cloSe- ^ ' itWi Westminster Road. $400., Jl barg'aiii^, ' C'''"^^ Apply Box 436, jCity. llM " iR SALE-4 Ib^s corner'Argyle fii �tminster, $2,300. . Apply P. -Box 614. ' 2i9(S' FOR SALE-New Remington tyW writer with tabulator, at a bargaiii: Apply Citizens Lumber yard. 187. A. Davis. Sec. 6-3-9, Warner. SIO-^ FOR SALE-1 J.ltcaae atetl sep�|^ ator, with self feeder; and high bi^ gar; 1 International Harvester Co. goeoline engine 16 hip traction', been used only short time two sons; ,all,, good ranning ofder; _ dress bscar Vroom, Mourilalii^i P.O.; Alta. FOR SALE-1-4 section adjol^' townsite good water. 26 acres improf T ed, $20 per ;acp. A. M ^Mstnlisr  ' A Real Estate, Room 4, Bryan ^loclr,',, FOR SALE-26 foot awning in front ' of Sage's fqrmer stand' Praoticalljrf'lKs new. R Sage. ' �* 919-0'^ TENT FOR SALE-A rtew tent 10 14,' perfect condition, with floori a smaU^tent raji|e;''|;aale;?teii rent to i�8ponsible parties: A^ ing to J. H. Wallace. Findef wflft please return to J. H. Wallace, Bur.*; dett St. --*r. LQST-Two bay borses. aged 6 yeaiSi: weight 1400 IKs. Both had white faw^sT One branded inverted V over C oai right side, of neck. BrenA not vis-^ ible on other but il any-it was ar "flying A." One had Roman nose.^ Renrard S30 for return to- , Albert' Klopsh, North Ward; Lethbridge. 144 TO RENT-Furnished rooms suitable for married couple, also room for young man or woman. Apply 8. Vf. Tuckwell. c-o News Office or on premises, fourth - ocoupied house south of. Henderson's. Crabb St. 16-6 TO RENT-rEight roomed house on Ford St. Apply Eugene Heytens, at Belgium Restaurant. 216-6 FURNISHED ROOM-To let in private family, suitable for one or t;^o gentlemen. Apply 1210 Fisher St. 218-6 TO RENT-3 furnished rooms in private house with bath. Suitable for young gantlemon.  Apply Box 91. City. 216-6 FURNISHED ROOMS-To rent in fully modern house. Apply Mrs. Nield. 528, Bortlett. 217-6 TO RENT-Furnished room' in fully moderrp'SiousR. Apply 2nd house west of, baseball grounds, Bruntnn St. , 218-6 FURNISHED FLAT-I will rent for one or two months, commencing Sept. 10, my completely furnished living suite in the Shepard Block. $35 per month. Apply J. B. Kclsey, Box 448. 218-2 > � e�eee#� Established |1854 ������ Merchants Bank of Canada li HEAD OFFICE. MONTREAL 31 Paid-up Capital..................... ..... $6,000,000 ! ReMFve and Undivided ProBta.............. 4.367,400 ' > . Mcwutii or Ncrchants. Farmers and Ranchers Solicited ;; Prafta Money Orders Letters of OrMlit Savinga Bank Department Uthbrkigc BrMeh- Co�Mftlc Bloek, Ksrfpath St. '> LOST-Bay mare two .years old}> branded S monogram ilT.. on ..left, shoulder. 16 reward for'her retora;-to J. H. Hooper, Bompat St., esat of Westminster Bd S1741/ LOST.OR STRAVID STRAYED-About April 1st from out camp three miles west Of Lethbridge, three geldings. One dark bay weigh-, ing iabout 1460 lbs., branded P left shoulder, left hind ankle large. One light bay branded P left shoulder, weighing about 1460 lbs. One light bay weighing about 1600 lbs., alick, foundered on front feet, somewhat lame, iorctop and mane under ' collar shorn; All in good condition: Thirty dollars reward for informa-: tion that will lead to- their recovery of the three, or $10.00 for any one of them. Notify Janse Bros., Camrose,, Alta. 200-30 $75 REWARD-For return of foui mares branded LM on left shoulder, and seven geldings branded 7L on left hip. Notify A. A. Johnston,: Lethbridge, Alta. 209-0 STRAYED-From Sec. 32-11-21. early in Jane, one dark sorrel gelding about ten years old, rangy built, largo hock joints, nO brand; weight about 1200 lbs. Finder will be re-: warded by returning to or addressing L. C. Barrett., Barrhill, Alta. 16-12 Hi .STRAYED-To N.W. Sec. 18. Twp 14. Rge. 18 cine bay mare, blind in right, f eye, halter attached No brand/ Weight about 1400 lbs. place, two weeks ago. Stims, Sundial. Alta Came to myji'^; Apply O. A. 217-6 STRAYED-To the Cannon ranch IT ' miles south of Lethbridge about Aug. 20. one cow branded HOB on; left ribs. objMt. State lowest price and besi'tsnas to'-' Purchaser, P.O. Bo^ M. Loth|rid|e. Alberta. | .^^"^'WiA V, r ;