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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 31, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta TMt .TUMOAY, AUOUtT iMr rivr POOL Is supplied with the V BEST FIXTURES IN ALBERTA And it cool, bright and pleasant. Best Cigar? and Tobaccos in stock Barber Shop in of Oliver Block :'i f 17 ..v': Aug. L. assistant land commissioner of the CN P. R., visited the town last week the Little Bow river and .considerable hay lands were burned The cause of the fire is unknown. A very enjoyable dance was given by the Clevcrville Club Satur- day evening. Quite a number of Car- BASEBALL RESULTS Western Canada At 030 7 5 Calgary 000 010 6 .2 Batterjesr. McNeill, Lynch; Pa'rkes and pire Shuster. Winnipeg manlike manner cannot ftil to be of inestimable "value -to the life hcaHhv atmosphere of a community. There is nothing good strenuous exercise to keep our young men from the degrading influences that would i i a short time surround them. It is up to the people of Leth- bridge to the people of every grow- ing town in the West to give every encouragement in their power to promoting athletics among the j6ung men. Lethbridge has done well in j this respect but therf is still a j chance to advanc that work and to 1 make possble in the'near future the 000 Oil 000 000 000-0 G 1 3 0 and expressed himself as gratified inangay people were presetftfahd re- with the development of the town. jport a fine time> The Equity Loon and Trust Co. j Tho numbev of mongrels on. our streets is becoming a nui- sance and something should be done in the way of a dog tax. Sidewalks are being laid; on Car- man street. W. R. Gumming, formerly of Leth- bridge, has a large fprce of men at work on the many buildings which he is erecting in town. The Oddfellows and Masons are or- ganizing, and will meet in the new, lodge hall being constructed by Mr. Benjamin. been appointed C. P. K. town- -site agents for Carmangav. F. L. Williams, one of our popular general merchants, is extending- his ami finds it necessary to add to his 'present staff of has been appointed manager lor the Elevator Jpo. Ht. Lowe expects to have the elevat- or ready to receive grain in two or three weeks. The Canadian an addition clerks. Mart'.Lowe Bank of Commerce "has completed its building and it now presents a very creditable appear- Batteres: Cierzan and Anderson; Neidenfehr and Gardner. Umpire Voss. At Edmonton establishment of a permanent insti- tution devoted to that phase of life. A M. C. A. ;in this city would mean "much for its development mor- ally and financially too. There is no recommendation for a tow like a'good Y. M. C. A. It is one of the things that tends to 'draw young men and the best class of people city and as such a drawing power cannot afford to be ignored. Buntflt 65c HI Grain r o m m Medicine Hat 001 1 11 Edmonton 000 2 Batteries: Campbell and Davidson; Barn stead and Kelly. Umpire Grim- es. Called, oh account darkness. At Moose WILL PLAY TABER TENNIS PLAYERS Itie following: will the, i I ethbridge Tennis Club in their Moose Jaw 010 101 11 ij match with on Saturday, Sept -Brandon 020. 010 6 0 j 4 at two p.m. sharp Gilcrist and Ward; Heinrich I Stingle. Umpire Farrar. IJEFFRIES RATIFIES AGREEMENT San Francisco, Aug. National At Pittsbuxg 2; Brooklyn., 1. At- Boston- Cincinnati 5; Boston 1. At and j Messrs Xewcombe, ilorton, Wedd. jllarnian, Barnsley and McLaughlin. Umpires and linesmen, J, R. And- j erson, G-. W. Robinson, J, A. R. Rome, W. G-. Tranmer. Ei. g Hayr Bros, j Phone 75 Box 27 Herald larket Place UMP fctn to Mil M it place It it lib II wait MM tilt lOiMHIM, 25c liMrtioi incrtiou for SI SITUATIONS VACANT young ,man tor upstair -Also- one for- kitchen. Apply Lethbridge, Hotel. lor Uauridry work. Apply'Lethbridge.Laundry Co. 184-0 dining room girls. Balmoral Hotel. 215-0 general servant for housework. Apply Mrs. George Tay- lor, 650 Bartleit St., City. 216-6 class pattern-mak- er and .two first class machinists and fitters. .Apply Lethbridge Iron City. 2166 j jn.n J, lixittvicAjjiiid.---- The sudden death of H. Abbott; er tonight received a cablegram from j Philadelphia 3 St Louis 2 tine as a shock ,to his many friends James J. Jeffries ratifying Bexger'd ,f -vrt ft-imp- came in .the district. The school will be opened on Mon- day, Aug. 30. Many of the young hopefuls will be in" evidence. Miss S. j Elackwell will wieW the hickory j i'tick. C. L.. Taylor has made extensive j improvements in his general store and j on. the, corner of Grand j "ami' Carman streets adds much to the i Appearance of the town, j Over worth of lots bands during the past two 'One local real estate firm re- Ports eighteen sales in one day. McNaughten. of Killamey, has-'bought out the hardware "business of H. E. Benjamin and will a fine store- on the' premises i next to the Equity Loan Trust i j T. E. of Guelph, Ont., is.I starting business as a "tinsmith.. He purposes bringing his family out I from Ontario in the near future. J C. W. Carman is installing an elec- j trie light "plant which he expects to have in by, thg .time, the first train conies Eighteen 'street lights and 200 incandescent lights for local use will -be available. The new- hotel being erected by P. A.'McKaughten: is, to 'be called "The It is being _ rapidly con- structed and when completed will be a.-credit to Carmangay and Southern Alberta. C. W. Rowley, of Calgary. was hi At Ntw action in signing several weeks ago Chicago 2; New York 1. 11 imrs. tentative articles for a fight with j Second Jack Johnson. Jeffries' cable Chicaeo 0 Nw york 7. "Carsbad, Aug. A ,cri, _ 't American lo Berber San Francisco. t T lf. T i At St. Louis- Agreement satisfactory. .Inform; I St. Lotus 8; Washington 0. newspapers vour action authorized by mp (Sis? At Chicago 0; Philadelphia 5. jetinfts. >i At ._ __ _ 'Cleveland 4- Boston 2 Eastern At 4; Mointreal 0. At Newark 4; Toronto 2. At Jersey City 0; Rochester 3. At Buffalo- Providence 8; Buffalo 6 Northwestern Vancouver-Tacoma, no game. At Seattle- Aberdeen 2'; Seattle 10. At Portland- Shells tkat 4; 2- BRING DOWN THE BIROS are manufactured by a firms. Not all. Tiruch attention to the loading of tliej shells as the matter :demaiids. We caiTT n line and in conversation' less ponder slieHs in stock. Carmangay district of town recently stated the- will produce the heaviest yield, in Southern Alberta. The-towa'has offered a free site for a school by the C.P.R. A serious .prairie fire started across PAPER AND METALLIC SHELLS for shot guns arid" rifles of'every black and smofee- TkeLethbfUgt Sporting Goods Co. that handles sporting goods exclusively Sporting" Comment Professional base ball has passed away for this'season as far; as Leth- bridge. is concerned. Our boys have good showing. When we look back at it we feel that we have been entertained but there it is liable w'ere not our boys to end. Simply because the players j part of the business enterprise in we were interested.- We may turn our attention now to the sport- ing events of our own young men. Amateur sport of any nature so long i as it is conducted in a clean sp'orts- MUSIC AND COMEDY A Diversified and Extensive Program at the Eureka The vaudeville this week ac ihe Eureka is rather above the average, the three acts put on proving to be extremely taking, applause inter- ruptions being frequent. The first in order is' a musical act by Wilson and Wilson. They are both good singers, and their comedy is new. The male member of the due is a very good violinist. His first selection called for another and he came back in the imitation line. He also ac- companies the lady with a violin obligate in one of her -songs. A fea- ture of tho act is the make-up of his Teddy Thaten. was there with a genuine hit last night. The jway slie sang "I'm. Afraid to Go. Home in the Dark" was up to the mark and then some. In the last act a Dutchman appear- ed on the was Mr. Thaten, but no one would recognize him iff the make up. He sang a good a translation (German to English) love letter, and then the'ladj They danced, they sang they cracked funny "she sewed a tear in his trousers1' "Ameri- can When a Thaten "Dutch Act" is described as the real thing''it's true two ways. They way they1 are received here in Lethbridge week after week is fairly astonishing to observ- ers of the vaudeville they do it, right too. The motion pictures are good with a wide range of topics, including a series similar to 'the play "Strong- heart" which is very good. Jack Waters sang exceptionally well last night, and he received'T'a good share of applause i Stettler Lots each This Sale Closes Tuesday Night, August 31st After that date lots in this sub-division will be each. "ACT TO-DAY" Would you like to own this, beautiful home? Then buy now; the, opportunity will not occur again. Maps and Plans on view at Freeman, Macleod Graham, Office open each evening until sale closes "Its Winifred" Watch for the date of the Auction Sale of Winnifred Lots W. L WILSON Phone 189 Auctioneer assistants and apprentices to dressmaking. Ap- ply Mrs. T. W. Clarke, cor. Cutbill and Redpatb. streets or P 0. Box 502 217-6 KLING WILL PLAY FOR CINCINNATI -Kansas City, Mo., Aug. Kling the Chicago National league catcher who refused to play this year, has received a telegram from Clark Griffith of the -Cincinnati club, ac- cepting KJing's terms to go to Cin- cinnati. Kling said he made the fig- ures high because he did not -want Griffith -asked him to wire assurance that he Tvould report for duty jnext season. to do light house- work in small family Good wages. 49 Argyle Ave. 219-0 MISCELLANEOUS POft SALi FOR SALE OR TRADE-A Clydesdale Million, gentle to haadte weight about 1750. Will trade milk cowi, etc. Write XJeo. A. Davis, See. 6-3-9, Warner. FOR SALE-1 JJ.Case ator with self leeder; and ger; 1 International Harvester Co. gasoline engine 15 h.p, traction. HM been used only short time two i'jns; all good running order. Ad-a dress Oscar Vroom, Mountain MilV P.O., Alta. 216 FOR townsite food water, 25'tcret improv- ed, ,p'er Matulis, Real Esiatejt jiooni Block, O1T C t. f, 'tirning in front of Sage's formerj stand. Practically' new. R. Sage. 317-O POTATOES FOR three lots. Buyer to dig and cart away> What offers. Apply E. Faunch, Herald. FOR fresh milch cow and calf. Price Apply D.J. Whitney s farm 2 1-2 miles from-city 230-3 TENT FOR tent, .8 oz. close weave duck, brand :new, com- plete with poles and pins, also floor tor same. Apply B- Kelsey, P.O. Box 448. 221-2 PROPERTY FOR SALE once, a good general servant. Apply to "Mrs. E. G. Hazell, cor. Courtland and Burdett Sts. 220-6 woman to do general housework. Good wages paid. 1007, Redpaih St. Apply 220-0 once, A first class tin- smith. Apply J..H. Rieve 'Macleod, Alta. 220-6 BOY good smart boy wanted to learn press work at the Herald office. Apply at once. 221-0 laborers. Apply J. E- Lussier, opposite fire hall. 221-5 SITUATIONS WANTED "to be 4 done at home by experienced dressmaker. Apply 425 Bartlett St., City. 16-6 NOTICE .-.Persons having accounts against the Alberta Sheep Coy., Limited, will send them in at once as this company has sold out. Address J. W. Baw- den Seey.-Treas., Alberta Sheep Coy., Limited. 220-4 LAND WANTED LAND of Leth- bridge, from a half to four sections good land, steam plow proposition. Distance from no object. State lowest price and best terms to Purchaser, P.O.'Box 97, Lethbridge, Alberta. 217-6 ,by hardware clerk "with six years' experience. Southern. Alberta preferred. Box X., Herald office. Apply 216-6 you want any carpets to be sewn together or mended, ap- ply to Box 1374; Lethbridge. 217-6 by experienced accountant. thoroughly- Joint stock company work a Best ref- erences. Apply Box Herald. 221-2 TO TO office suite of three rooms in Acadia building, Redpath St Apply on premises to The C. B. Bowman Agency. 219-0 TO furnished house with modern conveniences. Available Sept. 12 next. Apply John D. Hig- inbotham. 219-0 FURNISHED new modern house. Terms moderate: Ap- ply Mrs. Jones, third house from Round on south side of Bruriton St. 199-0 FURNISHED let in pri- vate family, suitable for one gentlemen.' Apply 1210 Fisher 'St. 216-6 TO furnished rooms in private house with bath. Suitable for voung gentlemen. Apply Box 91, City. 216-6 FURNISHED To (rent in fully SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any person, wno la ttte eolt head 01 a; family, or any male over 18 yean old, may homestead a quarter-section of available Dominion land in Mani- toba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. The applicant must appear in person the Dominion Lands Agency or "Sub- Agency for the district. Entry b? proxy may be made at any agency ter of intending homesteader. months' residence upon and cultivation of the land "in each of three years. A homesteader may live within nine miles ol nis home stead on a farm of at least 30 acrei solely owned and occupied by him 01 by his father, mother, son, daughter, brother or sister. In certain districts a homesteadei in good standing may pre-empt quarter-section alongside his staad. Price per acre. Duties. reside six months in eacn of sii years from date of homestead entry (including the time required to j TQ furnished room, earn' homestead patent) and cultivaU j suitable for two gentlemen. 424 fifty acres extra. .Smith St., close in. A' homesteader who bar einaueteo i____________ tjsf-p? chased homestead in certain districts Price 13.00 per acre. reside six months in each of three vears, cultivate fifty acres and ered a house worth J300.00. modern house. 528, Bartlett. .Apply Mrs. 217-8 TO room in ful- ly modern house. Apply 2nd house of baseball grounds, Bruntdn 21S-6 west St. FOR double lot close to Westminster 'Road. A bargain. Apply Box 435, City. 219-6 FOR lots corner Argyle'and Westminster 300. Apply P. 0. Box 614. FOR Remington .writer with tabulator, at a bargain. -Apply Citizens Lumber yard. 187-0 FOR must be movec from property. Apply Geo. W.-Whel- en, Lethbridge Woollen Co, FOR SALE new" seven roomed fully 'modern house on Ooutw near new Central Apply P. MacMurphy, Mgr. South Alberta Lum ber-Co., Phone-235. 300-0 LOST col- lar marks, one tall black horse weigh- ing about aged 10 years, and, a "bay with heavy Mnane 1 350, aged 11 years. Taber about Aug. 18th. reward for information leading to recovery or return to Tainter's Livery, Wire Henderson Bros. Taber..- 19-6 LOST OR halter and 100 v feet chain taken from a cow belong- ing to J. H. Wallace. Finder will please return to J. H- Wallace Bur- dett St. '196-0 mare two ".years old; branded S monogram 'JT. ..left shoulder. reward for her return to 1. H. Hooper, Bompaa St., of Westminster Ed night, Aug. 28th "on trail between Lethbridge and Ray- mond, ladie s linen -coat, trimmed with lace (mauve Finder will receive reward by leaving at Herald office. ?220-6 bracelet in Eureka theatre last Saturday morning. Own- er can have same by paying for this ad. 220-0' LOST OR STRAYED April 1st from our camp three miles west of Lethbridge, three geldings. One dark bay weigh- ing about 1450 Ibh., branded P left shoulder left hind ankle large. One light bay branded P left shoulder, weighing about 1450 Ibs. "One light, bay weighing about 1500 slick, foundered on front feet, somewhat lame, foretop and mane under col- lar shorn. All in good condition" Thirty .dollars reward, for informa- tion that will lead to their recovery of the three, or for any one erf them. Alta. Notify Janse Bros.. Camrose, 200-30 220-6 I Jet St., S35.00 per month. Apply A. jM. Matulis, Room, 4 Bryan Block. 221-0 W.W-OOBT. Deputy Minister of the publi tbi'' will nnt for. FURKI8HED Crabb St., f 4th occupied house south of London JEoad. per month. Apply Mrs. I Charles 12 to 3 p.m., 6 to 8. 221-1 Genera! Teaming t We do all classes of teaming on the shortest notice. faction guaranteed. If you need coal and you want the best value your money will buy, see me. Coal must be paid for on delivery. E. J. TICKNER Box 454. 1258 Redpath St. OFFICE TO Shepard Blk., over the Good Co., best location in city. per month. Partly fur- nished with "desk, chairs, etc. J. B. Kelsey, P. 0. Box 448. Apply 221-6 BOARD AND ROOM return of four" maresx branded LM on left and seven geldings branded 7L' on ileft hip. "Notify A. A. Johnston' Lethbridge, Alta. 209-0 Sec. 32-11-21, early in June, one-dark sorrel gelding about ten years old, rangy built, large: hock joints, no brand., weight. about 1200 Ibs. Finder .will be re-: warded by returning to" or address- ing L. C. Barrett, Barrhill, Alta. 15-12 N.W. Sec. 18, Twp. 14, Rge. 18 one bay mare, blind in right- eye, halter attached No brand.. Weight about 1400 Ibs.j Came to my place two weeks ago. Apply 0. A. Stirns, Sundial, Alta 217-6 t the Cannon ranch 17 miles south of Lethbridge about Aug. 20, one cow branded HOS'-on- left ribs, Iso had picket rope and stake fastened to her. Owner .can have same by paying for this ad. 17-6-; ROOMS AND steady j young men. Apply" Mrs. W. Carter, east of Maternity Hospital, N. Ward, 217-6 young lady, furnish- ed room in modern home. Apply Box V., Herald office. 220-0 ESTABLISHED ;185 Merchants Bank of Canada HEAD OFFICE. MONTREAL Paid-up Capital. _______ Reserve and Undivided Profits ____ Accounts of Farmers and Ranchers Solicited Drafts Money Orders Letters of Savings Bank Department LetHbMge Branch CoaMftle Block, St. WE CAN SELL YOUR LAND FOR can sen your land at prices that can't be beat. We can sell you good land from up to per acre, in any quantity from one quarter up to as much as 150 sec- tions in one block. Terms, one-tenth of the purchase price in cash and the balance in nine equal annual instal- ments with interest ,at 6 per cent, on I the unpaid balance. The Empire Land Co., upstairs in Ott Block, P.O. Box 60. Phone 3S4. 191-0 TENDERS WANTED SEALED TENDERS marked ders for remodelling school" and 'ad- dressed to C B. Bowman, Sec. and, Treas. School Board Lethbridge, Alta, will be received until 6 p.m. of Tues-- day, Aug. 31st, 1909 Also tenders for all the materials resulting from the razing of the. old school the? tender to include taking down btdld- ing and removing material and. re- sulting rubbisjh from the premises. Plans of the; work may be seen at office of the architect, Room ney Block, Lethbridge, Alta. No tender necessarily accepted. C" W. T. WILLIAMS v 219-3 Architects ;