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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 17, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THC LETHBRIDGE DAILY HIRALDr SATURDAY, JULY 17, lUfc Call and look ever lift-of in Farm Leads. are Agents for the Minneapolis Threshing Machine Co For repairs call or write us. THE ALBERTA REALTY EXCHANGE, BRYAN BLOCK LETHBRIDGE. SPORTS MEDICINE HAT FIVE, LETHBRIDGE ONE Fully Modern House, two stories, close in; J easy J m Cottage, close to Central School excel- lent location good terms. J Medicine Hat, July league .leaders toofc the Miners into -canip again tonight by score of 5 to i. The i Mad Hatters fell on for hits in i a row'which coupled with some poor play by the--Miners netted five miss in one LETHBRIDGE AB R H 0 A JK Freeman, Maeleod Graham Joe Corrigan, cf.....3 0 1 1 N] Cox. 2b 4 0 1 2 1 Phone 173 P. C. Box 679 FIRE INSURANCE. FARM LOANS AT 8 PER CENT. A 7-Room CHANCE FOR THE THRIFTY. 0 0. Jack Corrigan, rf. 4 0 0.1 0 0 Kelly, c.............4 01 5 10 Lynch, 3b. ..........4 0 21 0 1 j Canty.. If............2 0 0 0 0 0 Bell, ss..............4 0 0 4 3 0 Townsend. Ib 3 0 010 0 0 Lezxe. p............. 2 1 1 0 2 0 30 1 6 24 8 1 Jj 7-Room Storej-Jiud-a-hali House, new. for 4? 8150 00 casb. balance ou monthly payments. tfr J 2-storey house on Westminster for J cash and balance easy. f BUNUBHT HOUSE: CLEANING Instead of bttmg. tonous dradgitry wfatt StmHfht you. Remewber Svnttfht does the half the cost In half the L time of other Scaps. Foilowdirectfons Lever Brothers, Toronto, will send you free a cake of their famous Plan to] SUICIDED IN, JAIL July Varey, u youth confined in jail' here for alleged insanity, committed sui- cide thhis morning by hanging- Rim- self. f.otlet if you mention this paper. LETHBKIDE LAWN TENNIS CLUB The Ji. Macbeth Agency i FOR SALE Heavy Wagon with double box spring seat Apply W. L. WILSON, Auctioneer Phone 189 RACES AT WINNIPEG Winnipeg, July warm -weather came forth for Ladies' Day at the "Winnipeg Industrial Exhibition today. Large crowds present and track in good shape. The track will be in good condition for the Domin- ion championships tomorrow and the roads around the well for the Telegram road race. Summary of horse races: 2.13 pace or .2.08 trot, purse Kussianeer Maid won; Snake Brown, second; Horace third. Best time 3-4. purse by Lee Frisby Wind, second; Lou- ise Bell, third. Best, time 2.28 1-2. 5 furlongs first; second; Preen third. .Time- 1.03 1-2. 7 furlongs Blazes first; Assian, second; third.' Time 1.34 1-2. Paulsey, who 'Assian in. the furlongs was fined and suspended for'the balance of the sea- Spni the judges being of the opinion that he held in his motuat .to let Fanny Blazes, the favorite, win. HOT TUG OF WAR CONTEST AT FERNIE SINGING. Miss Ursula Arefcer, pupil; ol the -celebrated teacher, William Shake- speare, will receive pupils in. singing .v.Qiee .production. Also, engage- for Ballad Concerts, At Homes Lethbridge Conservatory of Music. TUNING, A. pert piano tuner.' Official, tuner for The Assiniboia Music Co.', of Medi- cine Hat and Moose. -Pianos and organs of every description, tuned, regulated and repaired, at moderate charges, or by yearly con- tract, in town or country.. Leave orders at the Turpin Furniture Co. store, Lethhridge. iMISS H. A. DEMPSEV A.T.C.M.- Bachelor of Music (Trin Univ.) Teacher of piano, organ and theory, principal of the piano dept., Leth- bridge Conservatory of Music. Pu- pils prepared for all examinations. For terms address Lethbridge Con- servatory of Music, or residence, cor Arbyle Ave.. and Bartlett St. OUR FEES On July 12 next our fees will be .-changed DAY SCHOOL: 1 mouth (4 weeks) in advance months (12 weeks) 40 months (24' weeks) 75 NIGHT SCHOOL: 3 months (12 weeks) 13 -6 months weeks) r. 22 GABBUT.T BUSINESS COLLEGE Stafford Block (Special to the Herald.) Fernie, July most exciting contest was pulled off last night here between Fernie-Fort Steele Brewing company tug of war team an-d a team from the P. Burns company's em- ployees of the Fernie branch of that big meat dealing firm. Cleats had been arranged on the rough floor of the foundation of the new Napanee hotel, and as due no- tice had been given of the coming event, there was a very large of people out to witness the trial of strength and endurance of the two teams of stalwart men. The contest was for a purse of and it is understood that a large amount of money was up besides the purse. The contest lasted ior one hour and fifteen minutes, and was one of the finest exhibitions of skill and strength seen anywhere. For mure than one hour there was so little advan- tage for either side that it might be called an even contest, but the beer drinkers were playing a waiting game while the butchers were the aggres- sors, and at the close the brewers laid down to their work, under su- perior coaching, and pulled .the rib- bon across their mark amid the cheers of the large crowd which seem- ed to be pleased that the contest, so trying upon the strength of teams, was over. There is considerable dissatisfac- tion regarding -the brewery team, it being alleged there was a man on that team who is notion the pay-roll_ the brew- ing company, wihch, if so, is contrary to the rules adopted to; govern the contest. For the sake of clean sport if ia. hoped that may to be a groundless charge, as it would be a .bad -example 'for such an institution as the Brewing company to set for the sake of gaining a temporary adi vantage over fair contestants. Mr. J. S. Gustie, manager for P. Burns Co. and A.: Mutz, of the Brewing Co. were both-o.n the. plat- form beside their respective coachers, and the men of both teams werercare- fully sponged and their strenuous'struggle. i MEDICINE HAT- AB R H 0 A B Bennett, cf........ 4 1 4 3 1 0 j Campbell, 2 1 1 3 0 0 Wilson, If...........3 0 2 2 0 0 Zimmerman, rf. .....3 0 2 2 0 0 j Dunn, Ib ...........4 0 0 7 0 l! Davidson, c.......... 4 0 0 8 1 O! Childers, 3b. 3 1 2 0 2 OJ Harper, ss...........3 1 I 1 3 0 ___-....4 1 0 2 0 OJ 30 5 10 27 9 1 Summary: Earned runs. Medicine Hat 2. Hit by pitcher, Zimmerman, j 2 base hits, Bennett 2, Campbell. Bas- j es on balls, Lezie 1, Whisman 3. Wild pitches, Whisman. Stolen bases, Cox, Bell, Campbell, j Bennett. Sacrifice hits, Joe Corrigan! Campbell 2, Wilson, Childers. Bases on Errors, Medicine Hat 1. Double play, Campbell to Harper. Left on bases, Lethbridge 6, 'Medicine Hat 7. Struck out: By Lezie 4; by Whisman 5. Time 1.45. Attendance 600. Um- pire, Shuster. Handicap Men's Doubles and Ladies' Doubles A handicap tournament of the above will be held at once. Ladies and gentlemen wishing to enter will kindly write their names (with part- ners) on the list in club house. All names must be entered by Monday, July 19th, and schedule will be made up and posted in club house on Tues- day, July 20th, with notice when first round must be played. Please enter your names as soon as possible. BASEBALL RESULTS A SON WAS BORN Paris, July son wais today to the Princess DeSagan, who was Miss Anna Gould of New York. At Chicago 4; BosUm 1. At jSfew Cincinnati 1; New York 2. At Brooklyn-Pittsburg, wet grounds. American At Detroit- Detroit 0; Washington- 0. Called afi end of 18th inning. At j Chicago 3; New York 1. At Cleveland- Cleveland 0; Philadelphia-3. At St. St. Louis 1; Boston 1. Game called. Eastern At j Rochester-Baltimore, rain. j At Buffalo- Buffalo 1; Providence 5. Northwestern At Spokane- Seattle 4- At Vancouver 1; Aberdeen 3. At. Tacoma Portland 6. Western Canada At Moose -Moose.-Jfcw 8 4 001 11 1 Batteries: Garson, Rosevear .and "Anthony; Neidenfehr ner.' Umpire Grimes. ''At Winnipeg-1- Winnipeg Brandon -___'........ 000 000 '.Batteries: .Speiser and Anderson; and Stingle. Umpire, Duffi.v -At Edmonton 41 Calgary ...........003 010 82 Batteries: Sterling and Burridge; Parkes and Sheehan. Umpire, .Voss. We are G ving Away free samples of Liquid Veneer Call and get a bottle, and' be convinced of its ties as a FurniturePolisb Sold in 25o and oOc bottles by _ H ay r Bros, PtlOBB 75 Pi 0. Box 27 COWLEY WON FROM LUNDBRECK j: 4 DR. C. C. CRAQG Physician and Surgeon, Office to 11 a.m.. to p.m., 7 to. 8 pro Phone Office 125. House 94. "Manretaaia" is the all-the- collar. Men who wear it in summer for style and comfort, wear it all winter for the same reasons. 2 iron a8o. ttott emy deafer CnlMfc TOOKC UMim. MONTIIEAi. Our Constant Book." Fifty in Three YOU ARE CORDIALLY INViTED TO MEET The Lethbridge Builders The first Adult Bible Class organized in Southern Alberta IN WESLEY CHURCH LECTURE ROOM AT 3 P.M. ANY SUNDAY A Str'anger only Once. My Life for Another Lnndbreck, July Cowley baseball nine played a game with the boys of our town on Thursday even- ing. The game was a. very good ex- hibition of ball throughout and was enjoyed by both spectators an3 play.H ers. The visiting team, won by a score of 12 to 9. The ever genial Percy Simpson refereed the game and his decisions were fair to both "teams. Coal Ben LUMP on the market DELIVERED or at mine G-ood clean Nut a ton delivered or at mine All coal sold Address postcard to NEW BARNES MINE s Royal View Prompt delivery guaranteed NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE MATTER' OF- THE ES- TATE OF William Lewis- Thomps- on, late of Spring Omlee in the Province of farmer, deeeas- ed. NOTICE IS HEREBT G1VEW that all persons having any claim or de- mands against the late VPtHiain Lew- js Thompson, deceased; who on or about the 16th day of April, 1909, (at Spring Coulee in thei Province of j Alberta, are required on br before the 131st day of July A. 1-909, to. send by post prepaid to- Clara Cornelia Thompson of Spring Outee in the Province of Alberta, administratrix of the estate of the said' "SVflliam Lew- is Thompson or to deliver to the un- dersigned solicitors for the said Clara Cornelia Thompson th-eir names ;and addresses and full' particulars of their claims in writing and a statement of their amounts and the nature -of the securities if any held by them and such statement shall be verified by Statutory Declaration of the claim- ant or AND TAKE NOTICE that after the 31st day of July, A. D., 1909. the said Clara Cornelia Thompson will pro- ceed to distribute the assets of the said deceased amongst the persons entitled thereto, having regard only to the claims of which she shall then have had notice, and that the said Clara Cornelia Thompson, will not be liable for the said assets or any part thereof to any person of whose claim she shall not then have received no- tice. Dated at Lethbridge this 25th day June, A. D., 1909. CLARA CORNELIA THOMPSON Spring Coulee, Alberta. SIMMONS SHEPHERD, Her; Solicitors, Lethbridge, Alberta. 171-Four Saturdays. iBily Herald Market u fdl or It this, column. If vie cohMi. 25e OM iuertioi i for MiiCiLLAHtOUi SITUATIONS VACANT girl for light houge- work.' Small family of three. W. Di Box 1381, Lethbridge. 169-0 good general servant. Apply Mrs. Hick, comer Grabb Conrtland Sts. FOR SALE-Mtu or Souti Airieau Veteran BmuriJT Certificate iMued by the Interior, OtUwa; good Jar Hi acres of Dominion Liin4 OjMn for eutxy in Alberta, or Manitoba. Any person 18 man or can aoqpke thta lind with HUB certificate. For inuneditU Write or wire, L. B. lelford, 131. Shuter Steeet. Toronto, Ontario. 166-31 FOR SALE-SmalT tent and. Yoit Bvthol- oniew. P.O., Lethbridjpe. 76-0 Ji'QR mower, prac- tically new. Apply'A. and L. S Rip- office 8, Maodonaid Block. man and woman ou farm 8 miles S. E. oi town. Box 56S, Lethbndge or S. 1-2, Tp. 6 E. 20. FOE party lea, ving city wishes to dispose of 20 lay nig hear and 10 this year's chickens. Inquire Hudson's Bay Company Stores. 130-6 boy IS years oi age to help in wadi room. Apply JLeth- brioge Laundry. PAEROT8 buy a pair of the parrots sold at Carnival ii price reasonable. Apply Mrs. J. B. Keisey, Shepard 183-0 SALE beautiful talking parrot and cage, and one drop- head Singer sewing jnachjxe. Apply Henry Conant, Coutts St. FOE incubator, also hen with chicks, for the lot. Ap- ply A. Leadbetter, 2nd shack east of Dainty's, Norman St., North Ward, 1S3-1 MISCELLANEOUS TENDERS FOR EXCA- VATION AND DE- LIVERY OF GRAV- EL i SEALED TENDERS addressed to John Stocks, Deputy 'Minister of Pub- lic Works, 'Edmonton, "registered and indorsed "Tenders for Excavation" or "For Delivery oi Gravel" will be re- ceived up .to- 12 o'clock, noon, July 26th, 1909, for the performing of the following works in connection with the erection of a Penitentiary on the North-west Quarter of Section 35, Township 8, Range 2i, West of the 4th Meridian, about three miles east of the City of Lethbridge." (A) All Excavation for Foundations and Footings. (B) The delivery of Gravel for Con- crete! Plans ana specifications may be seen and forms of tender procured at the office of the Building Inspector, new Telephone Building, Lethbridge. Each tender for the respective works must be accompanied by an accepted cheque made payable to the Minister of Public Edmonton, to the amount of One hundred dol- lars. The cheques of biders will be retained as a bond until the work is completed; that of the un- succefesful bidders will be returned as soon as a contract is executed. Bids must be made on the standard forms of tender iind properly filled out.. The right is reserved to reject any br, all bids or waive any defects. i.- JOHN STOCKS, Deputy Minister of Public Works'. Edmonton, this 13th day of 1909. 181-6 SERGT. PIPER MARRIED Maeleod, July ..morn- ing at 5 a.m. in the Presbyterian church, by Rev. Andrew Walker, B. A., Detective Sergt, Piper of the R. N. W., M. P., was married to Miss Jane Fraser, one of the most. esti- mable young ladies of Maeleod. Sergt. Allan was best man while Miss Liz- zie Fraser, sister of the bride acted as bridesmaid. Their many friends wish them much happiness and pros- perity. LETHBRIDGE LINE-UP The local lacrosse team to meet Nan- ton on Monday is as follows: 'f Goal, Callahan; Point, McCorvoy; Cov. Point, L. Cook; 1st DeL, Me- Hale; 2nd Def., Devjne; 3rd McKeown; Centre, J. iMcKaig; 3rd Home, Vrooman; 2nd Home, A. B. Cook; 1st Home, McGreevy; Outside. Hilmer; Inside, D. Robson. Spare, Sinclair and McKay. GRANUM WON Stavaly, July ly -contested baseball game here m the South-.Tn Albnrta jE Lea'jjrue Granum dofe'Hftd Stavoir by score of four rnrj? three. Machine Shop, etc. Box 432 Near Steam Laundry PHONE 409 Grasoline Engines. Sieam Plotighs and Threshing Outfits General Repairs Work of every description Satisfaction guaranteed SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH WEST LAND Any person wno iS lire aole head o) a family, or any male over 18 yean old, may homestead a quarter-aectiop of available Dominion'land in Mani- toba, Saskatchewan ot Alberta. Tht applicant must appear in" person at the Dominion Landa Agency or Sub- Agency for the district. Enfy bj proxy may be made at any agencj tar of intending homesteader. months' residence upoi. and cultivation of the land in each of three years. A homesteader may live within nine miles of MB home stead on a farm of at least 80 acres i solely owned and occupied by him 01 by his father, mother, son: daughter brother or sister. In certain districts a homesteadej in "good standing may pre-empt i quarter-section alongside his home stead. Price per acre. -Must reside six- months in eacfc uf six years from daxe of homestead entry (including the time required tc earn homestead patent.) and cultivate fifty acres extra. A homesteader who exhausted bis homestead right and cannot ob tain a pre-emption aaay take a pui chased homestead in certain districts [price per acre. i reside six months'in each of years, cultivate fifty acres ani "a house worth W.W.COBY. Deputy Minister of the Inter publioatV-n v thi" ftdvertisenrjnt will not by oni.' for-, BEICKMAKEES burn- ers and 2 general yard men wanted j at .once. Wages 30 to 35 cents anj hour to experienced men. Cranbrook Brick Co., Ltd. 183-6 _.. i man for dry goods store. Apply personally. Clarke Co., Acadia Building. 183-0 YOU WAST A LAWN FENCE- See A- Rochon, Crabb street, the Page lawn fence man. 160-26 lands, raw and im-: proved in Lethbridge and surrounding districts. Apply stating price and terms. The Wick-Harrison Land Ott Block, City. 177-6 FIRST CLASS dry1 goods store.' Clarke Co., Acadia Building. .183-0 men at once to work on dairy farm. Experienced men'pre- ferred. Apply Box Lethbridge. men to drive teams. Apply John Brodie. 183-2 Competent girl or woman for general housework. Family of four. Apply (Mrs. W. Fairfield, Experi- mental Farm. Phone 243. 183-0 SITUATIONS WANTED WOEK the day by young woman Experienced. Apply Miss Winnie Scott, Lethbridge, Alta. 17B-6 wants job, hotel, camp, or will hire out for harvest time.: Apply J. Milton, Gen. Delivery, Lethbridge. per Ib. paid for: good clean cotton rags at the Western Sta- tionery Co. 179-6 good .delivery horse, al- so democrat waggon or buggy and harness: in, good .repair. Apply Box 30, Herald. 180-8 LOST Granum. Alta., June 3rd. Two bay geldings each three years old, no brands, weight. about both shod, had halters on. One light bay, star in little white on nose and white hind- food. One dark-bay, one white hind Suitable reward. Notify post-7 master, Granum, Alta. 154-0 EXPERIENCED Seeks position as office, manager, book- keeper or shipper with -reliable firm. Highest references. Apply P. 0. Box 356. 182-0 GOOD GENERAL SERVANT WANT- who understands her work. No other need apply. Mrs. Devine, Redpath St. 182-6 WOEK sewing or general housework by, married "lady; needs work. Apply Box K., Her- ald. 133-0 ..City of Lethbridge Sun-r day one team work horses, .one iron grey gelding, weight 1350 brand- ed HR on left shoulder also, two -an- chors on left hip; one light bay geld- ing with white face, weight 11190, branded PP on right shoulder. Both horses-have manes, cut shod all around and the clipped fetlocks. reward will be given for information lea'ding to their re-: covery or their delivery to Georger Hole, Reflpath St. W. 180-0 from Lethbridge, one two year old mouse color, Rt- versible 5 on left ]aw. quarter circle over script A on right hip. Two hind feet and one from foot white. Tail and mane clipped, and ..white stripe down face. Apply J. J. Riley, river bottom. 179-6 TO RENT OR shop in hriving town of Winnifred, where have been for. sale the last two weeks. Will be vacated 18th of July. Person who rents to supply tools. 1st come, 1st choice; P. J. De Marce, Alta 166-26 HOUSEKEEPIN'G In new block on Round St., complete- ly furnished for housekeping, and in- cluding piano if desired, for rent for one, two or three months after August 1. 'Apply by letter i0'-J- B- K., post- office box 448. 177-0 TO front furnished room suitable for two gentlemen, also single room in modern house. Apply Mrs. R.O.'PattersonsRivetview. TO room Vn mod- ern blouse.. suitable for two. gentle- men at 124-3 Bompas, ISCMr ESTABLISHED (1854 TO furnished rooms, .each suitable for two young men. Rate per month for each room. Apply Empire Land Ott Block. 130-6 TO stable on -Crabb St. opposite Hill Block, possession im- mediately. Apply C. B. Bowman, Agency, Post Office Block. 178-0 TO furnished rooms. Ap- ply Box X., Herald office, City. 79-6 silk fob and gold sovereign pennant. Reward for return to Wm. A. Ott. lap robe figured ip.- colors on, one side, black on the other. The finder will receive reward if he will leave at Hatch Coons 181-8 branded 5 on left jaw. One brown horse, brand-' ed NT on left Mp. Owner can have' same by calling at N.E. 1-4 Sec.- -18 12, R. 19. H. Herrick. night, Shetland pony; color, sorrel. "Finder please notify G-. J. Hausch, manager Citizens Lumber Co., or 1206, Court- _ land St., Lethbridge. North Ward, -July 6, pne bay mare branded H Lethbridge. FOUND July 1st, a.lady-s parago] on Baroness Road. Owner can have same by -calling at Herald office- 70-0 silver bracelet oir prai- rie: Apply Herald office.' :1S2-0 can, have same at Herald office. 183-O FOR Two seven-roomed cot- tages. Apply M. Hendrick's residence, Asbinead St. 179-6 ball on Tuesday night, a. brown leather purse. Own- er can have same by calling at Her- >r Ad. 133-0 ROOM TO good locality, would suit one or two young men. Ap- ply 811, Redpath St., opposite Dr. Mewburri's. 182-4 TO new 4 room cottages on Torrance Ave., for rent. per month each. Apply L. A. Hcustis. Torrance Ave., North Ward. 183-6 To rent, seven or eight room modern houso.Will tak year lease on satisfactory place. Apply E. T. McGrccor. ''Room 9, Bryan Block or Box 387, Lethbridse, Alta. 182-6 PROPERTY FOR SALE FOR new fully modern house. Apply P. McM'urphy, Mgr, South Alta. Lumber Co., Phone 225. 121-0 i ROOMS WANTED ROOMS having rooms, to rent for next week, leave address of same at Brown. Amusement Co.'s offices on Round have 312 people to take care of. 176-0 BOARD AND ROOM BOARD AND nsft of telephone at 621 Round St. 178-6 BOARD AND a strictly modern house, bath, etc., at 425 Bart- lett St. Merchants Bank of Canada 3EAD OFFICE. MONTREAL Paid-up Reserve and Undivided Profits........ of Merchants, Farmers and Ranchers Solicited Drafts Money Orders Letters of Savings Bank Department Lethbnlge Branch- CoaHalc Block, Rcdpafh St. FOR A new fully modern eight roomed house in central loca- j tion, easy terms. Apply to owner, i first houso west of ball pounds cm THE LIQUOR LICENSE ORDINAUCE Application for Bnmtonst. 3'8-6 AppiicatioTi has been made by iel Ncedham for a respect to the building -to" be ci FOR Tho restaurant known as.! according to plans and-'ifpfcificvit the Gosmopolit-an Cafe, -located on filed in tho Department., of ilu- I Baronf-ss Ttojid. Pull particulor.- by torney General, on npplyinjr to Manager the promisos. .30 n.nd 40 in Block Bmv 1S2-2- Alhnrta. in LOANS FARM Life Insurance Company arc prepared to j loans on farms on very rcason- terms. T. E. Pnttesor., Agent.. HERALD ADS BRING be by Board <-'f.-: .it a mf'oring-'io lie held at Leth- bri'-icro r-.n Friday, August 13th. n; 3