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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 24, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LITNBRIOOE DAH.Y HERALD. SATURDAY, JULY 24, !9M The Lyceum Tent Theatre Corner Redpath and Glyn Streets We are always'studying your Comfort.' The Coolest arid' Most Comfortable.. Week of July 26th, The Management presents: a "Repertoire of Strong Plays, in- deluding the The American Girl Secret Service Moths The Squaw Man An Home The Little Minister POPULAR PRICES 25c. 35c. 50c. 75c. Don't forget where we are located in Temporary Summer Quarters, Corner Giyii and Redpatb Streets. SPORTS (ADDITIONAL) CHALLENGE The Red Sox team hereby agree, to play the Hudson's Bay' Co. staff a. game of baseball any day next week on the square. OF CANADA WESTERN; CANADA LEAGUE STANDING Won Lost p. C. Medicine Hat 36 15 .7061 Winnipeg1 38 23 .622 Calgary 30 28 -517 Lethbridge 27 29 .482 Moose Jaw 28 31 .475 Regina 25 31 .446 Brandon............ 24 33 .421 Edmonton 17 36 .321 Sophy Kravonia, OOOOOUOOOOO fJV OOpOOOOOOOO ANTHONY HOPE Author of "The Prisoner of Zcnda" ooeoooooooooooooeeeoo Copyright, Hope Hawkins .-it any <-osr pride. When all vras gonp would have to depend on what is so ofreu a last and so often a vain teaching of French, It was the only subject which she claim to teach. Verily, It was a poor prospect It was better to look at the officers and the ladles than to think of better than to think of Casl- mlr and of what lay in the past her strong will she strove to steel her- self alike against recollection and against apprehension. The cafe wps nearly deserted. The fcour too early for the and Sophy's own chocolate bad been merely etcoae to ait down. Yet presently a jrotmr officer in a hussar uniform flop- ped hia horse opposite the door and, oVer the an orderly who attended him nimbly dismounted. Tall and fair, with a pleasant, open face, he wore his finery with a dashing air and a delieate upturned mustache 4B be f lanced around, choosing his seat The next moment he advanced toward Giving her a polite salute, h< Indicated a little table next to hers.. "Mademoiselle be asked. has, I fear, forgotten, but I have the honor to be an acquaintance of "I smiled Sophy. "Cap- taln Markartf We met at Mme. Zerko- titch's." "Oh, that's pleasant of he cried. "I- hate being clean forgotten. But I ;fear you remember me only because I so "I remember best that you said yon wanted to go and help France, but your general wouldn't let you." "Ah, I know why you remember that especially! Forgive me. Our friend Marie Zerkovitch told me." He turned away for .SL moment to give an to the waiter. "Whafs-going on asked So- phy. "Where's everybody i.: "Why, you are a stranger, "made- he laughed. "It's the king's name day, and we all go and-congratu- late him." "Is that it? Are you "Certainly. In attendance of my gen- Stenovics. My lodgings are near here, his house at the other end of the boulevard, so he gave me leave to meet him here. 1 thought I would come early and fortify myself a little for the ordeal. To mademoi- selle's good He looked at her with openly" admiring eyes, to which tribute Sophy accorded a lazy, unem- barrassed smile. She. leaned her chin in her band, turning-her right-cheek to- ward bun. Sophy was never disdainful, never neglectful. Her wall- good. sort of a man Is the she- asked.' "The king is most emphatically a very good sort of very good old fellow. I only wish his sen was like him! The prince is a Tartar. Has he gone by "I don't think so. I suppose he'd hare an escort, wouldn't he? I don't know him by sight yet Does everybody call the king a good "Some people are so extremely right- pleaded Markartrmefally. "And, anyhow, he has reformed now." 3 "Fifty-nine. Is that so Tery'ptd? No; I rather attribute it (you're .discreet, I hope? I'm putting my .fortunes in your bands) to Mme. la Comtesse." "The Countess Ellenbarg? ifariehas told me something about .her." Western Canada Medicine Hat- Calgary 8 4 j Medicine Hat 110 00 7 3 j Batteries: Crist and Dunn and Davidson. Umpire Sinis- ter. At Moose I No game on account of the death j of Catcher Steele of the Moose Jaw i ball team. j At I Winnipeg ......010 020 6 1 Regina .........000 m 4 1 Batteries: 401 Anderson; I Neidenfehr and Garffcer. Umpire Grimes. i American i At Chicago 3; Philadelphia 0. Eastern I At Newark 3; Montreal 1. At; Baltimore 2; Buffalo 7. Other American games, rain. Northwestern At Seattle 2; Aberdeen 3. At Portland 2; Spokane 6. At Tacoma 3; Vancouver 4. Capital, test Pretits Exceed Establish Taar Have you ever consi" dered how- important it is to have an account at your local bank, with recognized financial standing and credit? It would be a great advantage to you, whether you are a Business Jtfan, a-Fanner or Rancher. There are other substantial advantages in having an account with the Uniou Bank, including Interest at highest current rate on Savings Deposits. Your account, large or small, is respectfully solicited. R. Manager. Stirling F. Schimnowski.Acting Manager. Graisy Lake W. Maillie, Manager. omf Illil UNI Market Place have aiythiag tt tell to reit it It tUs If you aaythiof ue tWi colMM. 25c f insertions for SI PAGE SALi J. ACTON Real Estate and Investments Stocks Bonds Room 3, MCDONALD BLK. LOANS FAiRM Life Insurance Company are prepared to grant loans on farms on very reason- able terras. T. E. Patteson. Agent. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS SEALED TENDERS will be receiv- ed, addressed to J. H. Fleetwood, chairman of the Board of Education rfp to 6 o'clock p.m. of Monday the 26th day of July 1909, for the erection and completion of a four room addi- tion to the Westminster School, Leth- bridge, Alberta. A certified cheque to the amount of five per cent, of tender must accom- pany each tender, which will be for- feited if the successful contractor fails to enter into contract -with the Board Tenders will be received separately for the heating and plumbing. The lowest or any tender not neces- sarily accepted. The plans and specifications liiay be ot the office of WM. T. WILLIAMS, Architect Room 10, Whitney Block, Lethbridge. 189-1 A GOOD ONE FOR NEXT WEEK Commencing next Mondoy night another strong bill will be presented at the Eureka. The, Kingstons will appear in a nigh class comedy sketch that is full of mirth and jollity. They are known in the States as two of the greatest laugh producers on the stage. Edwards, the great equilibrist one of the .most wonderful in his line, will. be another strong feature and 'this, 'with the high grade of pic- tures that is always to be seen at the Eureka will make the program for next weelc -one' of the strongest. "Not intimate, I think. NORTH WARD NOTES i. The members of- the Adult Bible t Class at Westminster Sunday School have organized themselves and ap- pointed the 'following officers: Lead- er; Mrs. Holt; president, R.'L. Nick- erson; treasurer, sec- retary E. E. Holland. The present membership of the class about fifteen and it is requested [that all interested be present at the friend ot i meeting' of the class at three oclock {'tomorrow afternoon in order that And is the arrangements to. complete the organ- ization may be made. Painters and Decorators Have Yon Seen Our New Architeciural Stain Knot, Do so At .once It is being Useci in all, The best houses In the city Hayr Bros, Pkiie 75 P, 0. loi 27 NOTICE Having decided to devote my whole to the auctioneering and rea estate branch of my business, I offer i for sale my business of a new and sec- jond hand furniture dealer, conduct- led by me at 410 Round St., City. Good profits can be shown and s valuable lease transferable to my successor is included, in purchase price. For fuller particulars, apply- to Frank G. Waddington, 410 Round St. Telephone 61. IMPOUNDMENT NOTICE NOTICE OF tice is hereby given that I have im pounded in the west- pound near the Isolated Hospital the following ani mals: 1 bay mare (aged) branded mono- gram JY left hip; 1 red and white steer branded an- chor right ribs; 1 reel and white cow branded US left hip. JOSEPH GILLESPIE, Pound Keeper countess oppressively respectable. Cap- tain "Women in her position always j The Lyceum Tent Theatre, the cool- said the captain, with an affected sigh ,ace in town to ,pgnd an enjoy. His round chubby face was wrinkled with merriment "lou see, a morgan- atic "marriage isn't such a well estah- i able evening. Iweek. es Would You Be Interested In Life of Independence? Wf would be pleased to supply you with the logical answer to the per- tinent question which we put to you in the caption of this advertisement- Take ,u moment of your time therefore ixnd write us a post card for full de- tailed information regarding our fruit lands at Okanagan Centre situated iu the heart of the famous Okanagan Valley. Aside from the fertility of the soil the climate in this district is mild, equable, salubrious, "dry and sunshiny every day. No cyclones, blizzard? or de- stroying frosts. The soil is highly productive. It is the banner fruit growing country of all British Columbia embracing golden opportunities for those who wish to break away from the hum-drum life of the large farm on the prairies; the clerk or business man who ekes out an existence in the city with no guarantee for the future. After five years the orchard commences producing most pro- fitable crops. An orchard in this vicinity of seven acres with side crops of small fruits between the. rows produce.d crops which sold for the 'fifth year, the sixth year and the seventh year. The net profits of an acre of apple trees which have reached maturity (five to seven years) mar Strawberry patches will pro- duce from 200 to 375 crates to 4he selling price per crate. You can easily figure your profit from a large patch of strawberries which could be grown between the rows of the young orchard. .We -want to send you our book- let, map and complete informa- tion so that you will be better in- formed on your proposition. Our property is subdivided into ten acre farms all of which are under complete system of irrigation; they are close to town and have every con- venience. Prices range from per acre up. Terms one quarter cash. balance over three years. Address all inquiries to OKANAGAN CENTRE, B. C. Coal LUMP on the markat DELIVERED or at mine Q-ood clean Nut. Coal at mine per ton. All coal sold G.O.D. Address postcaid to NEW BARNES MINE Roval View F WADplNGTON Phone 261 City Agent Prompt delivery guaranteed 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, Ebund 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. 184-6 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE MATTER OF THE ES- TATE OF William Lewis Thomps- on, late of Spring Coulee in the Province of Alberta, farmer, "-deceas- ed. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all persons having any claim or de- VACANT girl lor light house- work. 'Small family of three. Box 1381, Lethbridge. 169-0 PARROTS buy a pair of the parrots sold at Carnival if price reasonable. Apply J. B. Kelsey Shepard Block. 182-0 for Laundry work. Apply Lethbridge Laundry Co.' 184-O girl to do light housework. .Apply Mrs. Wm. Oliver, 606 Bompas St. 184-6 first class general ser- vant. References required. Good wag- es paid. Box B., Herald. 184-6 first-class clothing and gents' furnishing J. Hill and Co. night clerk, Hotel. Balmoral 185-O work in or out of city. Repairs and small contracts. Apply Box P. G., -Herald. 185-6 dining room girls. Good wages paid. Apply New Eng- land Restaurant. 186-0 CORNET aad first class tenor, jvants position as bandmaster or otherwise, band or orchestra. Apply to P. M. C., Thes- salon, Ontario. 186-6 FOB SALE'-OB REHT-T roomed- house, stable, hay abed; large chicken house on Eiver bottom near aiew bridge. in, town for keep- vows and -chicltcui. easy .terms." Price caah. per. month rent.-' H. Proctor, near the R. I. Shops. :I84-Qv FOR Remington writer with tabulator, at a Apply Citizens .Lumber yard. ,187-Q: MISCELLANEOUS WANTS IF A'LAWN FENCE-, See A. street, the Page, lawn wire fence man. 16Q-2t per Ib. paid for good clean cotton rags at the Western Sta- tionery Co.-- gentleman room mate; Apply 1st house west of ball grounds, Brunton St washing at home by woman. Good .work guaranteed. All kinds of garments accepted. Goods called for and delivered. Notes, ad- dressed to Sirs. C. M.' Holland; del. will receive prompt attention. to bore wells. Water guaranteed. T. M..0rr, Leth- Uridge. WANTED TO in- side city property for improved resi- dential, or a paying farm preposition.. For full particulars apply to: T. E. Patteson, Oliver Block, Lethbridge, and board in pri- vate house, close in, by young man. Apply Box A. -M., Herald office. LOVT saddle, east of town and north.side of C. P.-iRailway. Reward if .returned to Cazier Bros. east of town- 186-6 BOY deliver the DaUy Herald in Rivervicw. 187-O cook and house- keeper for about Chinaman to help. Must be first class cook and an economical manager. State experience, references and wages re- quired. Address Box J.-Hehald. 187-6 to put up 20 tons of hay on Sec. 32-7-21. Will pay a good price to have it done. Apply J. F. Stratton, or on the ground. 188-2 carpenters. Apply Rex Virtue, Acadia Block. 88-2 position as Apply Box.-B. M, Her- ald 'office personally as required. 88-0 will be re- ceived 'by the undersigned in writ- ing from young ladies desirous of acting as pupil assistants to the Kin- dergarten Director Lethbridge schools. No salary must be able to use piano. G. B. Bowman, Secre- tary. 188-0 SITUATIONS WANTED EXPERIENCED Seeks position-as office manager, book- keeper or shipper with reliable firm. Highest references. Apply P.O. Box 356. 182-0 WORK WANTED-Either sewing or general housework by married lady who needs work. Apply Box K., Her- ald. 183-0 as housekeeper, by widow age 29 vears. Apply Box 150, Herald Office. ,189-6 TO RENT. black roached main work horse. -Suitable reward will be given if returned to Cagier Bros. Camp east side of city. delivery a brown striped coat. Kindly leave at Herald office. 187-0 City of 'Lethbridge day night, .one team work horses, one iron grey gelding, weight 1350 brand- ed HR on left shoulder also two chors on left hip; one .'-.light bay geld- with white face, "weight 1190, branded Pf on right, shoulder. Both noises have manes cut, and 'all around' and the bay has clipped fetlocks: reward will be given for information leading to their re- rcpvery or their delivery to George Hole, Redpath St. W: 180-O the Wells miles south of Stirling, five mares and seven geldings. Mares branded' LM on left shoulder geldings brand- ed 7L on left hip. Liberal reward given for information leading to their' recovery.. Notify. A. A. Lethbridge, Alta., or L. E. Townsend, Stirling, Alta. 484-0 STBAYED-rFrom G ranum. Alta., June 3rd. Two bay geldings each three vears oldj. no weight about both shod, had hal'tera on. One light bay, star in forehead, little white on nose" and white hind food. One bay, one white hind foot. Suitable reward. Notify pcwt- master, GraBiim, Alta.; 154I0 FOUND ball game von. Tuesday night, a brown leather purse. Own- er can have same by calling at Her-, aid and paying for .Ad... ,4he experimental farm and the city, a black velvet robe lined with yellow. Owner can have same by calling at Herald office and1 paying-for-ad.' v 187-O OR shop in liriving town cf Winnifred, where have been for sale the last two eeks. Will be .vacated 18th of July. Person who rents to supply tools. 1st come, 1st choice. P. J. De Marce, JAMES RICHARDS Machine Shop, etc. Box 432 rfear Steam Laundry PHONE 409 Automobiles, Gasoline Engines, Steam Ploughs and Threshing Outfits General Repairs Work of every description Satisfaction guaranteed ;mands against the late Williain Lew- j is Thompson, deceased, who died on or about the 16th day'of April, T" in Winnifred, Alta 166-26 at Spring Coulee in the Province of j n on xiouna 01., compi< Alberta Ire rui p ly fenished for housekeping, and. Alberta, are required on or before thi 31st of July A. D., 1909, to send by post prepaid to Clara Cornelia Thompson of Spring Coulee in the Province of Alberta, 'administratrix of the estate of the said William Lew- is Thompson or to deliver to the un dersigned solicitors for the said Clara Cornelia Thompson their names anc 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 his agent. AND TAKE NOTICE that after the 31st day of July, A. D., 1909. the said CJara 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 iiabie for the said or any part thereof to any person of whose claim she shall not then have received no- tice. Dated at Lethbridge this 25th dav of June, A. D., 1909. CLARA CORNELIA THOMPSON Administratrix, Spring Coulee, Alberta. SIMMONS SHEPHERD, Her Solicitors. block on Round St., complete- shed for housekeping, in- cluding piano if desired, for rent for one, two or.three months after August 1. Apply by letter t0 J. B. K., post-i office box 448. 177-0 TO unfurnished frorit rooms .to rent. Also 5-roomed cottage, close in. Apply 25 Argyle Ave. Phone 124. 184-0 TO rooms in new house on Crabb St. south of Hender- sons, suitable for young men. Terms: for one or ?12 for double room. Apply any time to S. W. Tuckwell, Apsley cottage, Crabb. 184-6 silver watch. Owner can have same by calling at- Herald office. 189-0- NOTICE TO TRAVELLING 'If you want to get- to the opera, house on time .telephone 148. Our tip to date hacks will :get you there on time. MISCELLANEOUS FOR FOR new first class fold- ing bed in hard oak: finish. Large plate glass mirror attached to it. 100, Herald Office. BOARD AND ROOM BOARD AND a fully mod- ern house, bath, telephone, etc., good comfortable rooms. Apply 425 lett St. 18341 minutes walk from pos office, ?1 per week, also for sale, oak cupboard with glass doors and nearly new carpet 15x12 ft. Apply Box H.P. Herald office. 187-6 DOUBLE furnished double room in boepard block. May be used for light- housekeping. per month (in Room to be taken care of-by parties renting. Bath with hot and cold water on same floor. Apply J. B, Kelsey, Shepard Block. 187-0 URNISHED ROOAt-rto rent in fully modern house. Apply first house i of Baseball Grounds, Brunton St. 89-6 171-Four T IFOR fully modem eight Lethbridge, Alberta. roomed house at _tt.e ritrht Dricft flhd ESTABLISHED 1854 Merchants lank of Canada HEAD OFtL.E. MONTREAL Paid-up Capital Reserve and Undivided Profits Accounts of Merchants, Farmers and Ranchers Solicited Drafts Money Orders Letters Savings Bank Department roomed house at .the right price and easy .terms. Apply to owner -first house west of baseball grounds, Brun- ton St. 189-6 TO roomed hoiiso, ful- ly modern, cor. Westminster and London Roads. month, Apply Adolph Swenmunson. Duff ddAition. 189-1 tethbrvige Branch CoaMale Block, Redpath St. LAND FOR SALE FOR o- Woman, mj South African Veteran Bounty Land ertificate issued by the Department of the TnterioT, Ottawa; good for 320 acres of any Dominion Land open for entry in Alberta, Saskatchewan or Any irerson over IS yeara, man or woman, can acquire this land with this certificate. For immediate sale, Write or wire, L. E. Telford, 131, Shuter Street, Toronto, Ontario. 165-36 SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any person wno is ttte sole head of a family, or any male over 18 years old, may homestead a guartftt-sectioii or available JJominioG land in Mani- toba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. The applicant must person at the Dominion Lands Agency or Agency for bj. proxy may be made any Afeaey tar ol intending homesteader. months' residence upon and cultivation of the land in eMb of three years. A. homeiteader may live within nine miles of his hone stead on a farm of at leait 80 solely owned and occupied by Mia 01 by his mother, son, brother or sister. In certain districts a homevitwief a good standing may e quarter-section alongside hit etead. Price per acre. -Must reside six months in of six years from daw of entry (including the time teqvivid U) am homestead patent) afld eiUMtraU fifty acres extra. A homesteader who bai exhwtttetf homestead right and eanaoi ob- tain a pre-emption may take a MI chased homestead in eertain diimeU Price reside six months in eaeh of years, cultivate- titty acrei aot a house wprtb Deputy of Inter N B pirblieail n thn nt wml mtt bv fn. 'V ;