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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 29, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta ilie lieimnnOisc iiauy iiei'aid, MoiHta.v, Auguwt '^i^, AUiO. yOE. SALE^-Good 6 room cottagMn Ilailay St., North Ward, close in; water, furnace and electric light; twj�ts;$2,100. One-thirdcash. Balances, 6, 0jftd a months. Twogood 5 room cottagcPri Rachel St., water and electric light;. ^lj42o each. Terms very easi FOR REXT-Large 16 room bouse and stable one block from Gait Square^ Will give lojig term ground lease to suitable tenant if desired. MONlSY f 0 LOAN-We have |800 to loan on good security, 1, 2 or 3 yew^B. Interest at 10 per cent. WE WANT--Houses to rent in airparts of the city. \^ F. C. LOWES & Representing: North Inerican life Assurance Co. London Goarantee and Accident Co. Phoenix Assnrance Go. Limited of London Offices at Calgary, Edmonton, Lethbridge, High Riv^, Nailton, Vancouver ^4 S-i m k Hardy Trees, Shps, Roses, Vines, Medgina etc. a tine of RUSSIAN want and ID UBS that HOSES are RPLE BER- For the..p8gt five yeari we have been busy prep; took suitable for prairie planting. We now offer POPLARS, beauties, straight ana atocky in any size at right prices. We have a full line of HAROV FLOWERING Jiave'becB.'Alberta tested and wintered beautifully, harder.'to>brtng through but we have finally aelecteafseveral varieties that wHl.thrive. ENGLISH" BUCKTHORN, CARRAGANA and BERRY (beat of all) make splendid hedges and arc pKlectly hardy. We can ship you a line of PERFECTLY HARDY ifiUiT TREES AND SMALL'FRUITS that will grow tinywhere that tlon is given them from the spring wind^. We abaoliitely GUARANTEE all items TO GRof^ commend thy' ijantlno of. Let us get in correspondence with you in regard tl Remember OCTOBER IS THE TIME TO PLANf right. We iiistruot you. No trouble to price your wants. Send for price |(tt now while you think cC'it. little proiec- that we re- tiese things, when done POLO AT TORONTO Toronto, Aug. 27.-The polo game between Toronto and Buffalo resulted in favor of the former, the score ending Toronto 14, Buffalo 6. Lacrosse At Scarboro Beach} Toronto 14; Capitals 4. At Montreal: Tecumsehs 6, Montreal 4. At Cornwall Nationals 3; Cornwall 1. DEERFOOT LOOKING FORA RACE Pinctior Creek. Aug. -'8.-Deerfoot. the Indian runner, was in town with His manager on Friday endeavoring to get up a race with a local runner. The only competitor mentioned ,wm the Indian, Knowlton, who is still In (lie amateur class. A matcli between tlic two would place Knowlton in the professional class,' and for the time being at negotiations have been deterred. It is not at all likely that the race will take place. Covaleekle Coming Back. Covaleakie la-'pitching grand ball in the"Southernrleague and it Is about time iMan^eirJ Griffith of the R�ds ,.pullB the strlngB.ajid getg him back to the Cincinnatitclub'. It Buma-goes wrong Orlff will need the man that put the CJWnta'out of Jhe ' law. NEW GROCERY Carrying a Full Line ot ereearin, Taaa. OeffMs, Frulta and Tebaecoa THE SUE WOO CHANQ CO. JOE FONG (Manager) Barontn Road-^Baalda Ar> Mngton Hotel ASSOCIATION (Sunday) At .St. Pa Hist. Paill ____ 01O,0('i,()00-1 8 I indianapoll.s ____ llO.Oi'n.OlO-I 10 0 Check and Spencer;- Cheney and Bowei'man. At Toletio- Toled6........ 021,0iii,0lx-5 10 2 KanijoB City ____ 0()2,(ii' on s London Road. This a�re1lBscapabie of being dividedili^to 11 lots, 6 on London Roadi and 5 on Peplow street. 'iThe only-acre left Inside clt.v. 1 brick house, fully modern, 8 roomed; etandlng on one and a;half lots>on-Bartlett street. A business man's residence. 1 house, large stable and �hack, standing on 4 very good.'lots on.Torrance arenue. Good.auartere for horseman. 2 houses,-well built, large stable, work lots, 133 and 24, oBl Bjardcbt Streetfia^block 3. 2 comer totsiin blockiUt,. Courtland > and * ErnesL Uos-; ey makers. 1 comer Mot. 75 xM, Round/; Street and Loaoon'Roaa,^�a�f of the few good altet -Uhp rooming housa or atore. 1 comer lot, 27 z Coutts and^McDufr, ckMM to. new school aad a flm'iMt-j dence plot. 2 very larce corner lota ea-Cutbil! and^McDuff. 61 x 124/ capable of � aecommodatins 4 large houses facing north on McDuff. 2-lots, 8 and 9, black �/ Victoria Park. Eaar teraa. par- Courtland and^Braest atratta. These properties �are all good investments. Easy tonus. tieulara and terms, applyjto CHARLES H. KERR. THE GOLDEN'WEST. REALTY CO, Auctioneer Crabb'Straat , . ^ i un the following Monday night the totalled 43 years. What other fight-.Urj^^ble.was repeated, .^attempt on er in the history, of pugilism claim such a record? None. can udwig iuni !0,0-4 S 2 S -I t;dmonton, .Vug: -Tho closing day of the Bdmonton ICxhibltion drew a crowd of ten thousand. The exhibition, although unfortunate ns regards unfavorable weather, was a good �nc. Mot only has It pleased, but was a success financially. The summary was as follows: free for all, 3 In 5, purse ^fiOO- The Indian (Stetson) Calgary ............... 3 1 1.1 Hazel Simmons t (KeiJ) Ktimon- i I oil ................... |\V'Hnsi;i (Dw.ver) Ivdmonlou Time-2.24>/4 ; 2.2T:,>i : 2.27. .Milr run, novelt.v, purse ?2()0- Football Notes 1 1 1 The match committee ot thr Football Executive wish to extend their thanks to the spectators ot Saturday rvening's Ranie for tbcir assistance in keeping the lines cleat and for their liberal purchase of badges and generous response to tjiw contribution box. To-morrow cvenine the S.O.E. and the Westminsters meet in the second match of the Wright Charity Shield scries. A good name mav be anticipated. Kick-off ' at l> p.m. Referee, HobevV Wilson. S-CE. linc-up : Mclntyrc, Farris and .SarcII ; (.'auldwell, Clii-swick and Firth ; Kairbrnther, Willctts. Woods, Molbt'i-taii, Brenriau. Reserves - Faunch, C. CliiHwick. Ik Alberta Railway and Irrigation Go. for Are offering cheapest lots sale on the mar the ket J ;i 3 SEYMOUR FOR EA8 New York, Aug. 26,-Seymour in the Easti probably be the road t. the veteran New Yori lowing to-day's annour ager McGraw that S05 be let out. Several 1.; teams have expressed � slugger. Only lUo tn dorplnnlng i* no lont, if. once' was |preventf being o! big " ,to New Yorl hunch. terth for C.v LoaKiio will tiromeiil lor Jtfieldor, foi-ent by Man-r is noon to �iru LeagiK" �jsirc for-the la; iks stable as from .'iiill according till has Uie The University of Rlbe . Coursaa Offered In ARTS^Leadingto B. A. and B. Sc. riei APPLIEDiSOIENCE-Leading to B. Be. MATRIC'UkATION EX'AMINATIONS-Be tember'2l8t! REGISTRATION AND LECTURT-S- 2Stb.. Application {for. the . September Mn'ri should be'madelbefore!September Ist. endars, and full information, apply to THE REGISTRMj8tuth;ofi,i " Wedne^fi fPlciitioii I .Mice. Kdmontoii. 1 Addison) won In league jtho first duartcr; Ivinhoe, .Medicine llal lO'liricii) won tlit' second i)uar-Ipy; Prince Hupeit, Kdmonlon, (Cum-niiugs) won tlio tiiiid and fourth (tuurters. 'I'line-First (]uartor. 25^;) ; ha!!', J.ui; three iiuni-ters, 1.211 l:i ; mile. 1.4S. �V,-clasli. tvvo-.vear-old.s. Alberia bred rurse, ?15(�- -Masrifi, Calsary. (Nclilis) 1: Gipsy, Macleoil, (Dickson) 2; Queenic tjtr ;ithcon:i iHurber) 3. 'I'inio-Ml. Sep. mber idon 1: 2 2 1 liulf'-niilo. eonsolation. purse ll'IO-tlirlic. Prince Albert (Pritchart) biicliingliam, Slr;ithcona (Rcece) Dr. 'riliiiHU, l';diiionl.on, (,);imes) lime-52^;,. .\UitIiieo eliiillcnsn eun- Dalton -MeCarth.v. Or. Pickering, ICdniontnn ........ ilermutl.i Queen, X.A. Taylor  Kdmonton ............. Doctor M:ie, \^'. G. Itohlnsoii ICdmonton ............. Haclio .Vine, P. 1>. MoKenzie .Mitiex .Ir.. H. O. .lacksou. I'jrtnionton ............... Time-l.IXv'i ;; 1.12%. There are decidedly few pitchers who can go tiirough a ball game with-[ont .using many curved balls, yot Doc Rclsing. once with, is one of those who mover resorts to 11 curve. Doc relies ."-^rietly on his speed, change of pace and .�pitfer, and he appears to-be just about as iMizzling to a batsman aa any average pitcher. Doc's delivery always looks easy. Whenever he is pitching, if seems that it will be but ii matter of time when ho will be driven from the rubber, but he usually stays tbevo ^nd gets away wi'th the game. There is o�e thins about fles-ling, he knows how ttk*. Uaie to Invest. PRICES ARE LOW. , Kveryone anxious to sell. ;We caBrbUJCin cheaper,and give you the^beneflt. )f DO'VOU KNOW we are selling on the eas^?9t^te^nB. A^�*W*tt,iJ wait until the land produces the,money and pays for^itlielf.j|8�V�al>{ good places in Cardston and Kimball disti;icts. > Pleaty^ot^ali." WE BUY LANO'FOR CASH--Ifyou need' money, come^BiftMliM,' We have a plan that will interest yoti. , - ' WE BUY LAND FOR CASH. LISTvW^MtUt. FARM SECVMH COMPANY *?S^ DESTRUCTIVE FiRE granary s also a loser. Mr. Ash was.away^a't the lime and the fire was firatnotice^ �by .Mr. Lee Elgin, who: was'working In a Held on his farm sdloinlnK. . Mr. login's;pronpt work saved the|ihouse froM dostructloa. Th6;new telephone lino,came Into use ani.j*roved a great help in getting the nelgStors together., Owing to the dense smok* from thefailure, A big hail storm reaching over 11 space Go miles long by 25 miles -wide dpstroy<'d everj-field of grain in if,; jiath. 'rhous:in.W� of acrea of fla.v sown last .';priiie- tliat nei'cr came up. I; is surely too! but we ciii see tluu wo are not alone. The Warner Lumher Viiid luis this' weoli changed liautls. Ileretcfore ii.i.'id aiidj has been the propcn.^' of .'Mcllr;ii''' purely Money to loan on improved dty property and-farm lands. R.V. GIBBONS & Co. REAL ESTATE LOANS INSURANCE As^uith & Lindsey ^ PHONE 118S �