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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 19, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBrtlDQE DAILY HERALD, MONDAY, JULY 19, IM9. PAOI Beaten At Hat I'AKSOMS WINS AGAIN (Special to The Heraki) Winnipeg. July Par- -lledicine Oat. July sons, of Xeepawn, Man., for the- third McNeil Most Saturday evening's game Consecutive time yesterday won the r MOVING ADVANCED J VAUDEVILLE.) for the 'Minors m the hrst two inn- Winnirxxr Teleirrum fourth annual b b road race. There were1 twenty-seven ings, and in order to ensure defeat. Parsons won by about a the in field iinado throe bad errors bo- in a walk. over. hind him. Bennett was Camp j bell got down on Jack Oorrigan's error ;it second. Wilson was walked WINNIPEG ATHLETIC MEET July the Canad- liixl booted Zimmerman's grounder championships'here Saturday one Bwmett scored. Campbell tallied several Canadian and vir- and the bases were filled. on third ami -on Dunn's single. Chil tiers' Hew out records were to left and Wilson tried to score 'Toronto West End -Y. M. C. t-he plate ba._ Dav-iclson sccon-tl innings ufter X-elsori on an infield Ily, Bennett iL'it ami tneti to score on---- throw in but was caught nt the Cent :te. Harper- smashed out. a two- j43 Vancouver Police, 37. sger to rij-ht sending Zimmerman 'ual- J- H" Gillies- 24 G' d Dunn home. Davidson fanned.'-21 Dr" Bricker' 1G l" and Jn the was n was ayain i.mssotl and Carnpboll again Central -ditto, Individ- K. Barber Gillis, 13 E. Archibald, 10; H. 5, Neepawa, 10 9. dou-n on an error of Jack.Corri- 's. Bennett in the interval took WHO IS THIS RUXXER Arlo.ntic City, X. .J., .July second on a passed ball and was able to make third on t'orrigun's ruulT. .Hans Holmes, of Canada, winner of Campbell drew Kelly to throw to sec 'the Belleville, Ont... Marathon, the ond but nuvle the 'base and Bennett f'l'StW.sburg Mtu'athOn aJid the Quebec got home on the return throw. Wil- international 27 mile run. has cap- son's single sco rod Campbell. Zimmer loured the Marathon" man and Dunn were retired on infield ;'horc-' tonight in two hours, fifty min- plays. Pieh relieve-d JlcNeill in thejutes an'ri seconds. third and pi'tched a beautiful yame, j only allowing .three hits in the re- i VANCOUVER BEATS' maining- seven innings. WORLD'S CHAMPIONS The Miners, could do nothing- -with Nelson. Cox irot a. hit in the first, j Vancouver. B. C.. .July 38. On and was the only rrran to earn his Saturday in one of the most hotly way to the initial sack until the last contested lacrosse games ever played -inning-, when Kelly and Bell both on Vancouver grounds, the locals de- singl'xl but were left on the b'ases. j feated the New Westminster .world's The runs came in the seventh when champions -by" a score of ten goals to Kelly got down through Zimmerman four before an audience of seven thou dropping his fly after a long- hard 'sand people. The Westminsters with run in the sun. Lynch and Canty j the exception of "Dad" Turnbull, were both walked filling- the bases. were the same team that -beat the Bell sprit a long- fly to left which Wil Tecumsehs. The'-game was character- so-n caught. He made, a beautiful ized as one of the cleanest games throw to the plate to catch Kelly played for many years, both teams coming home on the throw in. but playing fine lacrosse. Davidson did not go back far enoug-h for it and the ball got away from j FOOTBALL him. Kelly, 'had gone back, then j Tho following Foresters arc asked camr- on and scared. Lynch scored to turn up tomorrow in ott Townscnd's pretty bunt. The order that the team against fvhe Ca.1- hatu-r was caught at first and Pieh lies ir.ay }yp. fillod Rossiter, goal died there. Wellington, Hooker, Wallace, Wilson, In the fourth Joe Corrigan made n-j flundle. Tumor, Rudd. TxlcMillan, prettr throw to the plote and cut of! ;Whitehead. Ijaing. Thompson. Bar- Bennett. TTarper pulled o.T a spec- tholomew, Moodio and Gouchee. All tacuJar stunt jn the first when ho these players are expressly asked to caught Kelly's fly, touched .second j be present. 11. T. Thain will be un- j puttinv' our. nnd threw 'to first "hie to keep goal. i in time to catch Cox off his base, j i The play -cannot be classed i as a triple as -lack Corrigan had j been retired earlier in the innings. I Si Hennott's brilliant base running was one of the features. i 1. A Tragedy of Japan 2. Where Breakers Roar 3. The Petticoats for Him 4. Smuggler's Daughter -s o o- Huegel Bros. Those [2] fanny fellows Miss Mattie Quinn The Singing and Dancing Soubrette CONTINUOUS CUT IT SHORT (Stratford Bc-acon) Josh Billings said if a speaker could not strike "ile" in twenty minutes he might as well quit boring. Presi- dent Hadley of says of sermons no souls are saved after the first twen- ty minutes. Both real philosophers. The French General Federation of Labor has voted its sympathy with Pittsburg strikers. i POOL supplied with the BEST FIXTURES IN ALBERTA And is cool, bright and pleasant. iBest Cigars and Tobaccos in stock Barber Shop in Basement of Oliver TENDERS SEALED TENDERS will be receiv- ed at'" the office of the undersigned, not later than 10 a.m., Thursday, 28th July, 1909 for all concrete work up to grade line, and for all other work in connection with the erection of the Bryan Short Block, Round St., Lethbridge. A marked cheque to the value of 5 per cent, of each tender to be en- closed and all tenders to be endors- ed "Tender for Bryan Short Block." The owners do not bind themselves to accept the lowest or any tender. ERNEST E. CARVER. Architect. Bryan Block, Lethbridge. v 134-6 THE LATEST CREATION FOR SUMMER WEAR. ALL THE COMFORTS OF A TURN DOWN EFFECT. "Anchor" Brand 2 lor ISc. "Iron Brand "Almonte" 3 far SOc. SOLO BY LEADING MADE BY TOOKE BROS MONTREAL. MANUFACTURERS OF 6H1RT8, COLLARS, NECKWEAR AND IMPORTERS OF MEN'S FURNISHINGS- 16 require inflated boosting. The Her- ald is bright, clean and newsy and its editor, Mr. Buchanan, M.P.P., has done.much to build up and advertise his town. The people appreciate a good paper, .and that's why the Her- ald is read. We are frying Away free samples of Liquid Veneer Call and get a bottle, and be convinced of its quali- ties as a DEFENCE CONFEREN( THE LIQUOR LICENSE ORDINANCE Application for a Hotel License Application lias been made by Jo- seph Jackson and W. F. Cameron, for a hotel license in respect to the Queens Hotel, situate on and 2. in Block 6, in the townshe of Royal City, near Lethbridge, Alberta: This application will be considered by the Board of License Commission- ers for License District No. 5, at a meeting to be held in Lethbridge on Tuesday, August 17th, 1900 at 3 o'- clock, p.m. DATED AT -EDMONTON this 16th day of July, 1909. S. B. WOODS, Deputy Attorney General. you have to sell or reit place it in COlMIM. If want anything UM thin column. one ingertion iswrttess for SITUATIONS VACANT FOR SALE Heavy Wagon with double box spring seat Apply W.L. WILSON, Auctioneer Phone 189 girl lor light house- work. Small family of three. W. D. Box 1381. Lethbridge. 169-0 pood general servant. Apply Mrs. Hick, corner Crabb Courtland Sis. 174-0 man and woman on farm S 'miles S. E. of town. Apply jbox 563, 'Lethbridge or B. 1-2 of Sec. 7 Tp. 8 K. 20. 181-6 PAEROTS buy a pair of the parrots sold at Carnival if price reasonable. Apply Mrs. J. JS. Keisey, Shepard. BlocK. 182-0 PROPERTY FOR SALE FOB new lully modern house. Apply -P. McMurphy, Mgr! South Alta. Lumber Co., Phone 223. ________ 123-0 FOR-SALE OR roomed house, stable, hay shed, large chickeu I house on River bottoin near new bridge. Best place in town for keep- ing cows and chickens. Price I easy icrma. Price cash. per mouth rent.' H. Proctor, near the A. R. 1. Shops. BRICKMAKERS burn- ers and 2 general yard, men wanted MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE. FOR or Woman, South African Veteran Bounty Land tia O.AHJ. gcuciai jraiu.. uicii J u I-iT -n at once. .Wages 30 to 35 cents an hour to experienced men. Brick Co., Ltd. Ramond Won Ball Game LETHBRIDGE- AB K, H 0 A E Joe CorripM-n, cf. 3 0 i j 0 Cox, rf 3b......... 4 0 1 0 2 n Jack Corrlcran, 2b. 4 0 0 3 0 2 Kelly, c. rf.......4 1 1 2 0 n Canty, if. 3 0 0 1 0 "Bell, ss..............3. 01 0 Townsend, Ib. p........... o o 0 1 1 0 Pieh, p.............. 2 0 0 1 2 0 1 A pickod base-ball team from the jcity amateur league drove over to llaymon-d Saturday aftemoon and j I received their bumps at the hands of i 1 t-he jrormon aggregation. i 'The game was played in the even- j 1 ing- and was a fast exhibition until the seventh inninirs. with Letih- in t-he lea-d. At this stage the Names of Delegates Who Will Attend Meetings to Begin rn London July 28. o "n' n f I i hoirie hit. opportune! v and the J II U b U i 28 2 3 24 9 3 MEDICINE AB R H 6 A E 2.0. 1 0 0 1 5 2 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 .23 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 o' 6 6 27 6 3 1 0 00 0 1 00 0 0 1 Bennett, cf 1 Capbell, 2b. 4 Wilson, if 3 Zimmerman, rf 3 Dunn, 'Ib. 4 Childers, 3b 3 Harper, ss. 3 c ..4 "kelson, p T. 3 28 By Innings Lethbridge 000 000 Medicine Hat, .420 000 6 j Earned runs, Medicine Hat 1. Sac-j. Tigce hits, Tnwnsend, Bell, Zimmer- j man. Harper. Hit by Pitcher, Zim- merman. Two base hits, Harper, 2. Bases on balls: McNeil! 3; Pieh 1, j Nelson 5. Stolen bases, Ben- nett Campbell, Wilson. First base on errors, Lethbridge 3; Medi- cine. Hat 3. Double play, Canty to j Kelly. Harper (unassisted) Left on j Lethbridge 6; Medicine Hat, 7. j Struck out By 'McNeil! 1 Pieh 5, 1 kelson 11; Pased balls, Kelly 1. Time i 1.55. Attendance 500. Umpire Schu- I ster. i visitors made costly errors, giving the former nine chances to score which fchey di-d with great ease while the Lethbridge bunch were taking a quiet balloon ascension. Clarence O'Brien pitched the first j innings for Raymond -but was retired in favor of his brother, pitched, good and effective ball all through. Parsons for ridge pitched equal- ly as well in all but the seventh inn- Ings, when errors weakened his de- livery an-d Raymond hit -hard. The score was seven to three in favor of Raymond. London, July delegates to the Defence Conference, which will meet in London, July 28, will be: Cape Colony, Hon. J. X. Merriman; Natal, Right Hon. Frederick R. Moor; Orangia, Hon. Mr. Fisher; Transvaal, Right Hon.. Louis'Botha; Newfound- land, Hon. Sir.Edward Morris; Aus- tralia, Col. Foxton: New Zealand, Hon. Sir Joseph George Ward; Can- ada, Hon. Mr. Brodeur and Sir Fred- erick Borden. A WORD FOR THE HERALD (Claresholm Mr. F. R. F. McKitrick represent- ing the Lethbridge Herald was in town this week boosting circulation. The Herald is an easy paper to work for because it has merit and doesn't Speciaf orders received and returned the same day by the LETHBRIDGE LAUNDRY Co. Special attention to travellers' orders Give Us a Trial With Your Next Parcel Box 477 TERMS STRICTLY CASH C. S. FARROW, Manager Pho 145 N O B L- ON THE NEW LINE 17 MILES NORTH-WEST OF SIGHT OF LETHBRIDGE, MONARCH AND BARONS. NOW ON SALE AT THE OFFICE OF MILNES NOBLE CLARESHOLM ALBERTA Sold in 25u and SOc bottles by Hayr Bros, Phone 15 P. (L Box 11 TENDERS FOR EXCA- VATION AND DE- LIVERY OF GRAV- EL S.EALED TENDERS addressed to John Stocks, Deputy Minister of Pub- lie Works, Edmonton, "registered and indorsed "Tenders for Excavation" or "For Delivery of Gravel" will bo re- ceived, up to 12 o'clock, noon. July 26fh, 1909, for the performing of the following works in connection with j the erection of a Penitentiary on the -North-west Quarter of ..Section 35, Township 3, Range 21, West of the j j 4th Meridian, about three miles east oi the City of Lethbridge." i (A) All Excavation for Foundations and Footings. (B) The delivery of Grave! for Con- erete. Plans ana specrrication? may be seer, 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 an accepted cheque made payable to the Minister of Public Edmonton, to the amount of One hundred dol- Coal Bett LUMP octhe market- tp0enr DELIVERED or at mine G-ood clean Nut a ton delivered or SI at mine All coal sold Address postcard to MINE Royal View Prompt delivery guaranteed The cheques of the successful biders will be retained as a bond until the '.vork is completed: that of the un- successful bidders will be returned as soon as a contract is executed. Bids must be made on the standard forms of tender and properly filled out. The right is reserved to reject any or ail bids or waive any defects. JOHN STOCKS, Deputy Minister of Public Works. Dated at'Edmonton, this 13th day of July, 1909. 181-6 JAMES RICHARDS Machine Shop, etc. Box 432 Near Steam Laundry PHONE 409 Automobiles, Gasoline Engines, Steam Ploughs and Threshing Outfits General Repairs Work of every description Satisfaction guaranteed SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any person wno la tlte sole head oi a family, or any male over 18 yeari old, may homestead a quarter-section oi available Dominion land in Mani- toba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. The applicant must appear in person st the Dominion Lands Agency or Bub- Agency for the district. bj proxy may be made at any agency lar of intending homesteader. months' residence upon and cultivation of the land in eaeb of three years. A homesteader mtj live within nine miles of his home stead on a farm of at least 60 aciee solely owned and occupied by him oi fay his father, mother, aou, daughter, brother or sister. In certain districts a iiomesteadei. in good standing may pre-empt t quarter-section alongside hig home stead. Price per acre. Duties -Must re'aide six months in eacc of six years from dax-e of homestead entry (including the time required k earn homestead patent) and cultivate Sfty acres extra. A homesteader who hat exhausted his homestead right and cannot ob- [tain a pre-emption may take a pui i [chased homestead in certain Price S3.00 per acre. reside six months in each years, cultivate fifty and a house worth 1300.00. W.W.CORY. Deputy Minister of the Inter publication Young man for goods store. Apply personallv. Clarke Co.. Acadia Building. 183-0 Inten0r. Ottawa; good for 320 of any Dominion Land open for i entry in Alberta, Saskatchewan or Manitoba. Any person over. 18 years. or woman, can .acquire this land it- f _ J. 'I T -n FIRST CLASS dry goods store., Clarke Co., Acadia Building. 1S3-0 with this certificate! .immediate sale, Write or wire, L E jTelford, 131, Shuter Street, Toronto. Ontario. 185-26 men at-once to work on dairy farm. Experienced men pre- ferred. Apply Box 46, Lethbridge. 183-2 men to drive teams. Apply John Brodie. 183-2 WANTED-Competent girl or woman FOS tent and Yoat Barthol- omew. Box 591 P.O.; Lethbridge. .75-0 FOS- mower, prac- tically "new. Apply A. and L. S.-'Bip- S, -Macdonald' Block. 76-0 party lea ving city dispose of 20 laying .hens chickens. Inquire Apply (Mrs. W. H. Fairfield, Experimental Farm. Phone 243. A girl for general housework in the country. Good wages and kind treatment. Address J. "B. c-o Lethbridge -.Herald. A beautiful saddle horse 5 years old, well browen for lady or gentleman, Johnson Co., Rooni-'S, Bryan block.: 184-2 Women for Laundry work: AoDlv Lethbridse Laundrv Co. WANTS clerk with ji couple of years experience if possible. Alberta Drusr Book Co. 184-0 YOU WAWT A wire fence street' ,160-26 young man to take, charge of bur insurance department. Johnson Co.. Room 5, Bryan Block. 184-2 j per Ib. paid for go.od clean cotton rags at the Western 'Sta- T Co. 179-0 girl to housework. Apf 606 Bompas St. good delivery horse, ai- xio_ ligh't j so democrat waggon or buggy and jood i-epair.' Apply "Box 184-6 '30, Herald.- -1SO-6 SITUATIONS WANTED WORK the. day by young woman Experienced. Apply Miss Winnie Scott, Letnbridce, Alta. 173-6 gentleman room Apply 1st house west of ball gr-ounds. Briinton St 184-6 wants hotel, camp, or will hire out for harvest time. Apply. J. Milton, Gen. Delivery. Lethbridge.. 181-6 light Demo- crat or buggy, .also harness. Apply Waddt-11, the tea man. Telephone 303. P. 0. Box 184-1 LOST EXPERIENCED Seeks position as office manager, book- keeper or shipper with reliable firm. Highest references. Apply P. 0. Box 356. 1G2-0 GOOD GENERAL SERVANT WANT- who understands her work. No other need apply. Mrs. Devine, Redpath St. 182-6 WORK WANTED-Either sewing or general housework by married lady who needs work. Apply Box ald. 133-0 EMPLOYMENT enced in general store as salesman. Manager or bookkeeper. Single. Ex- ceptional references. "Smith" cro The W. R. Brock Co., Calgary; .1.34-1 TO RENT. thi" wifl not for. OR shop in hriving town of Winnifred, where ts have been for sale the last two weeks. Will be vacated 18th of July: Person wh0 rents tools. 1st come, 1st choice. P. J. De Marce, Winnifred, Alta 166-26 HOUSEKEEPING In new block on Round St., complete- ly furnished for housekepirtg, and in- cluding piano if desired, for rent for one, two or three'months after August T. B. K.. post- 177-0 1. Apply by letter t0 office box 448. TO front furnished room suitable for two gentlemen, also single room in modern house. Apply Mrs. R. 0. Patterson. Riverview. 8V-6 TO room >n mod- ern house, .suitable for men at 1243 Bompas. ;entle- 180-6 Granum. Alta., June 3rd. Two fray geldings each three years no brands, weight about .both, shod, had halters on..-One light .bay, star in forehead, little white. on. nose and white hind food. One: dark bay, one white hind foot. Suitable reward- Notify post- master, Granum, Alta. 154-0 ;LOST---Fi-oni City, of Lethbridge Sun- ,-day night, lone team work horses, one iron grey gelding, weight 1350 brand- ed _HR: on -left shoulder also two an- chors on left light bay geld- ing, with white.'face, weight 1190, on right shoulder. Both horses have manes cut and are sh'od all around and the- bay has. clipped ietlocks. reward will be .given information leading to their -re- coyery .or their'delivery io George Redpath St. W. iso-0 from Lethbridge, one two year old gelding, mouse color. versible 5 on left jaw. quarter circle over .script A on right hip. Two hind feet and one front foot white. Tail and mane and white! stripe down face.. Apply J. J. Riley, river bottom. lap robe figured in colors on one side, black on the finder will receive reward if he will leave at Hatch Coons office. 181-6 night, small Shetland pony; color, sorrel. Finder please notify G. J. Hausch, manager Citizens Lumber Co., or 1206, Court- land St.. Lethbridge. 133-2 TO furnished rooms, each suitable for two young men. Rate per month for each room. Apply Empire Land Co., Ott Block. 180-6 TO stable on Crabb St. opposite Hill Block, possession im- mediately. Apply C. B. Bowman, Agency, Post Office Block. 178-Q TO furnished rooms. Ap- ply Box X., Herald office, City. 79-6 FOR seven-roomed cot- tages. Apply M. Hendrick's residence, ESTABLISHED 1854 HEAD OFFICE. MONTREAL Paid-up Capital........................., Reserve and Undivided Profits.............. ACCOOBK of Merchants, Farmers and Ranchers Solicited Drafta Money Orders Letters of Credit Savings Bank Department LethbrHge Branch- CotMale Block, Redpath St. Ashmead St. 179-6 ROOM TO good locality, would suit one or two young men. Ap- ply 811, Redpath St., opposite Dr. Mewburn's. 182-4 TO new 4 room cottages on Torrance Ave., for rent. per month each. Apply L. A. Heustis. j Torrance Ave., North Ward. 183-6 North Ward, July 6, one bay mare branded K4 on left hip. given for jnformation to recovery. Lethbridge. J. Tuff. P. 0, Box 91. 181-6 FOUND July 1st, parasol on Baroness Road- Owner can have same by calling at Herald office. 70-0 silver bracelet on "prai- rie. Apply Herald office. 183-0 whip. Owner can have same at Herald office. 183-0 ball game on night, a-brown leather purse. er can have same by calling at aid and paying for Ad. ROOWS WANTED WANTED-Persons hiving rooms to rent for next wetkj leave address of same at Broirn Amiiiement offices on Round have 312 people to take care of.; 176-0 TO monthly. Third occupied house sortth of Chinamans garden, Crabb St., south. Apply 11.30 to 3.00 and 6.00 to Box 387. 8.00p.m. Mrs. Charles. 184-0 To rent, or eight room modern house.Will year lease on satisfactory placed Apply E. T., McGreeor. 'Room 'Block or 132-6 LOANS Life FOR furnished rooms to FARM ______ _____________ ___ rent for four weeks. Apply Insurance Company nre prepared 7.'iO__and_ fljiclock in. the eveninc at i grant loan? on: fo.rms on very reasbn- 184-2! able E.-Patteson, Agent.: 422 Smith Si. ;