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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 21, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LtTHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, MONDAY, JUNE 21, HOT Rough Game Of Lacrosse J uue one oi Uic rougutiSi uiaUiics ever piuyou. m Uiis. uty, -Now Westminster x couvur by a score oi nmo to eight. an the nrsi inreu yuuru-rs the iocu-is had. aii the best 01 una upon couiiuenceiucui of fourth u.utu' led oy one goal, bui shortly alter play started JKeic-rce Gray, u Westminster oiliciul, seul one man oil j'or the rest oi the yun.f u-r giving" Uinteruiute aoi era OK ou thy head, JL'iayers ihon lost ikoir iMHKis an-d the play became rough, stncouvcr team using their freely, while players botii teams were going down iroiu liaixi craCfO? over the head. Game was slopped six UUK-S in at least lil'toeu minuu-s us result oi players bi-uig knocked out ami physicians wi-re cu.lod o'ui twice to stitch up gaping cuts on players heads. New Westminster was without tin.- services oi Dad Turubull, Fee- iiey only played whwi Tommy -ilitlur.! who wa> Calk-d home on urgi-m I.U'-i- ness, went In early stages of th'1 game the champions oil ttwir iVet bviv tiit-y nunK- one of ihoir thara.cii.-fi.stic spurts and nosud out victory. In st-cunii quart or Spike became ill und oiT. Fei-ncy went oO" lo up. Teams llieui playtxl with devt-n mi-ti t-ach. but in last quurti-r wliece era.1 playt-rs ffncf. only six Vancouver and sfnvu Wcsiininster players on tht- (it-Id. It was when they had advantage of mun locals that champions winning goals- A. of Westiuinster, n-- while Lionel York was judge of play. Five thousand people wit- nessed the match. c MOVING 09- ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE. 1. Old Sleuth 2. Fake Diaroend Swindler 3. Venetian Tragedy S O N Prices I5c and 25c The Celebrated Gladstone Children Singing and Acrobatic Dancers Nelson The Man the Bomic- inn Hats. Comedy Novelty Juggler Richard the Oil 1 Burner 2 Burners 3 Burners 90c We Have The Stock Serial Story By C Towosend Brady and Edward Peple HHYR PHONE BOX 27 Daily KeraM Market Place yoB kfvc to ndl or rtit place it It IUi If you WM( this COllUHL 25c oce inccrtloi inertfeu for SI SITUATIONS VACANT waitresses at the Cualdale Restaurant, 157.6 breaking outfits to start to wort at once. Will pay liberal price per acre. Apply to the O. W. Ken- Co., Lethbridge. UO-0 first class waitresses wanted at once, at the Model Union Restaurant. 150-O male stenograph- er wanted at Box O., Herald Office. j54.Q as book-keper by Experienced young man. Apply Boi i.., Herald office. 157-6 SHAMROCKS WON Montreal. .June thous- and people Jill.'d the stund.s and those who could not -jet into the stands on fences and on telegraph and roofs of adjoining- buildings the National grounds today. 1. Nationals. Duluaie, 2.25. 2. Shamrocks, Hyland, 9.10. 3. Shamrocks. Hyland, 10.10. -1, Shamrocks, Hoean. 3.15. had been quite simple. Mr. Reuwyck had boues-tiy striven to persuade him- self it was eutiivly satisfactory, although lie could uot drive away a suspiciuu that everything was cot just In the light of present developments his miud recurred to this suspicion with avlued force. Then there Xvas that draft which the earl so Inexplicably refused to sign after tars: offering to do so, u small matter in Itself, .vet coupled with the strange uecturiml wanderings of a gentleman wlscfd to seek for a book at a quarter past 3 o'clock in the it troubled Mr. Itentvyck not a little. All the way to Irvlugton he liad turned the matter over in his mind, yet on meeting Lord Croyland on the front veranda be was forced to admit that the fraiik appearing young man j looked as little like a burglar as him- j self. j Mr. Corrigan was tbe first to give j his evidence. He explained about the tramp with a cast, in bis eye and told i how he had first observed the man on the train coming from New York, then j bow the same man bad corne to Rest- j more begging. He offered to bet his brotber-in-law a thousand dollars to i five hundred that the cook eyed fellow was tbe robber, but Mr, Henwyek coid- j mean far more thau turning a guilty j villain over to the authorities. He, the i master, would be forced to explain also, and, taken in conjunction with his own meeting-with Mr. Renwyck In the library, the outcome would be ghastly, to say the least. Yet he must act on the detective's suggestion at once. '.'Shall I send for my be asked of Mr. Renwyck, who at tbsr moment came out into the hall. said bis host; "we'll take my own servants first. James." he called to a sphlnxlike butler in the hall, "tell all servants to come into the libra- of them. answered James, with a bow. and departed on bis mla- Richard's heart went up again. He A WOMAN'S BACK WAS NOT MADE TO ACHE, Thousands of Women Suffer told Misery Every Day tho .1th Northumberland Fusil- (known sis the fightiny lifth.) ullj woman as dinine room help. Apply to the Leth- bridge Hotel. a first class bar- >'ages GO over 30. Address kinds of ,.tc. And 1 all ?comuHinioat.iona M. sure my .s.-h.-mt- ran worked here Creek, Alta. lo advuniutfe ;UK! wiihuut b M. Sleele. 160-6 Aching Backs That from present irrigation tad a slight reprieve. It would last perhaps twenty minutes, yet much might happen in that span of time. He'wondered idlj If they would put handcuffs on him, but dismissed the thought in his determination to pay for the stolen diamonds, inasmuch as felt responsible for TVoolsey Bills, When the time came he would confess lite a maa and take his medicine. He would be denounced. IT would be dramatic, like the play of the "Man CAP? TOOK 'A DROP Ottawa. June Caps an-d Montreal faced earn other before a large crowd in perfect weather at Varsity Oval today. Final score. Montreal 8, Capitals 3. V i 4 i 4 Headquarters for Workmen's Roadmen's Miners' and Men's Fine Shoesi f. GERMAN The Sboeman Beside Beritley's ly declined to take the wager. Mr. Corrijrau described tbe appear- j and tbe only the name would ance of the man wirh enthusiastic mi- j be changed. It would DOW be the nuteness. at which tbe foremost of "Mita tbe Jailbird." How simple the detectives smiled an oily smile. j te hare opened that library window. "Well, by gad." he exclaimed indell- j while Bills went out .Into the nlgnt, catelv. "if that doesn't hit Jack Bibbs, j boarded a freight and deposited the then I'm a Dutchman! if Jack's got plunder in New York! The Texan was your shiners, Mr. Itenwyck. yon'd bet- innocent of would other ter whistle for "em." j people think Yet would. There asked Mr. Corrigan. "Because he's tbe slickest crook In states." returned the sergeant, nodding vigorously. "He's a hundred and Ofty miles by this time, sure." "Cm.'" said Cncle Michael. "If you was comfort in that. If she believed in him, nothing else mattered very much. At thla stage of the proceedings there had listentJ to me. Jake, Instead of trying to be humorous, "Oh, shut up, will growled Mr. Renwyck. "This is no time for recrim- ination. You'd argue the sun, moon j for interruption. porch, due to the arrival of several visitors. Harriet and Imogene went out and greeted Miss Sempton nerv- ously, explaining the state of affairs briefly, while Mr. Renwyck also came to the door, impatient at the unlocked and stars out of the sky together If you found any one to listen to you." "Xow, who ever saw sun. moon and In the sky at the same lady, "am I correct In assuming that queried tbe Irrepressible Michael. that is Mr. Jacob "Sir." questioned the pompous Eng- lish gentleman, who had arrived a few minutes after the lighter footed young "There you retorted his brother- in-law. 'Tour story of the tramp is just as absurd now as it was In the beginning. Come: let's get down to business. Call everybody In. These officers will question every inmate of the house. he said, turn- ing to the detectives, "you have my permission to proceed in any manner which seems best to you. We are en- tirely In your hands." "Al! right, answered the de tective sergeant, whose name was Flint. "We'll take the servants first" Rlcuitru was crosiug the hall in vain search for Harriet when lu- chanced to overhear this last remark His heart went down again. If Woo! Bills were questioned It would Mr. Reawyck bowed. "H'm! My card." went the visitor. "1 am, as you see. Sir Rodney Sick- British at Washing- ton. I have written rejjeatedly on mat- ters of most urgent business to a gen- tleman who I learn has been a guest at this charming home, but my letters and telegrams have elicited no reply. Humph! I ailude, sir. to the Earl of Croyland. Does he chance to be still with answered Mr. Reuwydt "Come In. I must apologize for ourvup- set state, but the fact is we have Just discovered a serious robbery. Pray be seated. Sir Rodney. Lord Croyland t.To Be Continued.) No Business To Ache. tinder ordinary conditions it ought to be ftrong and ready to bear the Ufa. It is hard to do housework with an ach- ing back. Backaches come from lick kidneys, and what a lot of trouble tick kidnevs csuae. But they can't help it. If snore work pat on them than they can stand it if not to be wondered that they get oat of order. Backache if fimplya warning from kidneys and fhould be attended to im- mediately to as to aroid of terrible rofforing from kidney troublea, Doan'f Kidney PUlf cure you in the j tame way they hare cored of others. 0. Warren, Radin- "t" Saak., writee: "I 4- 7AINI Df troubled with very BACK. 4- severe paiot in my back I tried every- thing I oould think of but they did me no good. A friend told me about Doan'f Kidney Pilb and after taking two boxes, I have not troubled the- 1 UIRL light housp- work. Apply Mrs. J. P. Hall 109 in jtiy oj.iniou under j Smith St. JCO-G of irrigation one ___________________.______________________ w some crops roo. much more sheep slie.Tivr.s "Sat Chin Siding. Will coin- June 25. M. Simpson. Coal- Yours.- iruly. A. D. JAYCOCK, T.ethhridge, p. "GOOD THING FOR FRANK (Special to the Herald.) Frank. Juiu> is .pny day in Frank. was'paid nut by th? C. A. C. C. a vfry lar.L'o increase over last pay day. Alia. 161-1 TO RF.N7. FOR, new cottages in North Ward, per month. R. V. Gibbons, Phone 222, Ott Bl.-ck. 153-0 Auction Sale per box, or 3 for 11.35, all or mailed direct on receipt of price by The T. Milburn Co., Limited, I 23rd, Ont. j When ordering fpecify WEDNESDAY Next, JUNE it the Auction Mart, Street. 2.30 OUR LETfER BOX. G. When You Buy Fruit lands not buy them where there is the iriost money to be made off them If you do, Creston District the place. Out land is just as not need irrigation', climate can't be beat, aucl we are from 24 to 60 hours nearer the market. Isirt that evidence enough that Creston District is the place to buy fruit lands We have acres in one tract and we are sub-dividing it into ten-acre blooks: and is JX.T acre, one- fifth down, one, two, three and four years for the balance, with interest at The C. P. R. mus through this land. Canyon City Lumber Company, ltd, Creston, B.C. GUILTY OR NOT GUILTY Editor Lethbridge Herald Sir was my first Sunday in Lethbridge. I was lonely. JLonely be cause wife an-d baby hud been left far behind while 1 came to Alberta to a new home for them. The church bells called and thinking to find" friends, J answered that call and went; .Tite usher showed me to a seat and T enjoyed the service great- ly. ,The minister in his prayer re- membered the stranger within the gate. It did me good. When he pray ed for the Divine blessing upon the loved, ones far away-r a tear came in- to my eye, and something welled up in my throat, but oh, it -did me good. Tho sermon seemed especially adapt to iny nettds from the text but never mind. The singing of the choir was excellent. I enjoyed sing- ing with the congregation. In fact, the whole effect of the service upon me was to my loneliness and the''loved so far away seemed to sit by my side. The .service finished, the congrega- tion sat for a. moment in silent prayOr. no doubt asking that the message accomplish the Divine pur- pose. The congregation quietly arose to depart. I walked down the aisle with the departing worshippers, through the entry and onto the street and NOT A SINGLE SOUL SPOKE TO MJE. As I sought my room at the hotel, T realized more than ever that wife and baby were far, far away. I was indeed a stranger in a strange land, and T was very lonely. STRANGER. Instructed by C. F. P. Conybeare, will sell by Public Auction Reo Light Touring Automobile May be viewed on application tn the Auctioneer. 410 ROUND STREET Telephone 261 NEW 1RKIGATKTS SCHEME To Editor f.ethhridgc Herald Bear Sir saw in your last Fri- day's issue that Mr. Fairfield was about to 1 ry a new way of irriga- tion, same as nsod in the. States, And it reads to part of a scbetnV I have advocated and intend putting into operation in the near future on my own homest.ead up north of this town, f may say. my scheme I have helped to work in the Bengal Presi- dency of India, a mfch hotter and drier climate than Canada, some 28 years ago, when out jn that country Auction Sale TO two-roomed shack on Torrance aye., close in. Imme- di-ate possession. Apply P. 0 Box 1365 156-0 TO hr.use? partly furnished for five months land St. Apply to 1225 Court- 156-6 FURNISHED OFFICE FOR In Shepard per month. Unfurnished Apply, J. B- Kelsey Shepard opposite Lyceum. 60-6 COAL LUMP COAL a t.n delivered or a ton at mine STEAM Plouon COAL 75c a ton at mine All Coal sold C.O.D Address postcard to Dupen Co. ROYAL CITY 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 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 from my place Sec. 31 Tp. ti, Rge. milch cows most oi" them not branded; 1 branded H; on left hip; 3 branded wd on shoulder. Reward giveii for inform- ation leading to their recovery. H. O. Rollag, Stirling, Alta. J57-6 TWENTY DOLLARS return of light drivers to Furuian's liv-, ery barn, one bay mare, weight 850, wire scar on breast, branded1 3K on thigh. One bay mare, weight 850, branded U2 on "thigh. Dike, Snow and Dike, Box 226, Lethbridge. 157-ff NOTICE OF IMPOUNDMENT On 10th June impounded in City Pound, near Isolated Hospital, one black filly. 2 years old, branded in- verted V over Y monogram on left hip. Josephh GiJlespie, Pound Keep- er. 154-O TENDERS FOR SCHOOL BUILDING TENDERS are invited for the erec- tion of an addition to the Clareshchn School to be sent in on or before 12 o'clock noon, Saturday the 26fch inst. to be delivered with the ten- Plans and specifications may be on application to Mr. G. Simp- UNFURMSHED let. One! son, postmaster, Claresholm, or Eo- ramute from Post-office. Apply 1091 land W; Lines, Architect, Edmonton. Smith St. 160-6; Sealed tenders to be sent to -------------------------------------------------I H. W. BROWNLEE, Sec., TO and room in a 157-8 Claresholm. strictly room in modern house, bath, etc.. at 425 Bartlett.. St. 161-6 FOR Bartlett Street, NOTICE put in by A v between- Duffenn -and Bompas, contract or day- cement walks ce- month, immediate occupancy, j ment piastering. Experienced. H. 8 roomed all modern house, ready Lethbridge, Box 630. August per month. 10 j roomed house, all modern, Coolts St., 156-6 month. Apply Skejth 'Tillfty, Odd-' 197. 161-O PROPERTY FOR FOR new fully modern house. Apply P. McMurphy, Mgr. South Alta. Lumber Co., Phone 225. 121-0 FOR SALE OR TO seven Apply West- ern Tinsmith'.ng Co., of- fice. 156-6 On TGESDAY, JCTNE 22ud. at 410 BOMPAS STREET, opposite Olivers Mill, at 2.30 prompt FOR building 25 x 60 (with cellar) in progressive Alberta towij where general store is badly needed. Price cash, bal- ance to suit customer, at 8 per cent. B. A. R. Milter. P.O. Box 591. eiiv. 16u-6 TENDERS SEALED TENDERS will be receiv- ed by Wm. Evans, secretary of tlie. Magrath School, until 12 oclcck. noon June 21, 1909 for the erection of an 8 room school building'-' "at "''Magrath, Alta. Separate tenders for plumbing and heating and ventilation. Plans and specifications may be tained from the Secretary, Magrath, or from the undersigned at Leth- bridge. Roem 9. Whitney Block. F. B. ROLFSON, 153-26 Architect. Notice MISCELLANEOUS WANTS frank G. Waddingion Instructed by E. Oxland, will sell by Public Auction as above 9 Head Horses Colts One Heavy Mare, 4 years old, broken, one two year old filly. One Heavy Mare. 5 years old. well broken, one two year old colt. One Heavy Mare. 6 ytara old, well broken, one yearling colt. One Work Horae, 5 years old, well broken, one yearling colt. One Driving Mare, 5 years old. well broken. One Farm Wagon, new last fall Two Sett Work Harness, one al- most new One Molene Plough, Stock Saddle Bridle, and numerous small farm implements. TERMS CASH Auctioneer's Office Round St. Tftlaphone 261 ESTABLISHED ;1854 Merchants Bank of Canada HEAD OFFICE, MONTREAL Paid-up Capital Reserve and Undivided Profit! 267.400 Aecw ti of Merchants, Fanners and Rancfcers felicilcd Monej Orden of Credit Savings Bank Department Branch Coal-UU Block, Si. WHAT IS THE GOOK-of putting away things that you can't, use cr wear such as cast off clothing, etc. I pay cash for ohi shoes, hats, guni, pistols., all kinds of mus- ical instruments, trunks and satchels. The Alberta Second Hand Store, Red- path St. Box 630. 150-26 young man, furnished room in private house. Apply Box 99, Herald. 154-0 and board in pri- vate by young man. Apply Box 19, Herald. 154-0 WANTED TO or shack- that could be easily removed. State lowest price Herald Office. 158-6 second hand light de- livery wagon. Must be in good con- dition. Apply at the Lethbridge Meat Market. Hill Block, Crabb St. 160-0 roonid for light house- keeping. Write to P. O. Box 1292.: .161-2 MISCELLANEOUS FOR FOR few hundred bushela of No. 1 Alberta Red for 11.60 at granary or delivered at Leth- bridge." Apply to H. G. Hitchcock, Bowville, Sec. 6-13-21. 159-4 CITY OF LETHBRIDGE HEALTH DEPARTMENT Persons depositing ashes, tin cans or refuse of any description in any coulee -or place other than the City Nuisance Ground will be prosecuted. No carcases of any description shall be hauled away without first notify- ing the undersigned, when full in- structions will be given as to the manner of disposing of same. Persons having privies requiring to to be cleansed are also requested to notify the undersigned who will ar- range for the work to be done with dispatch. DATED this 18th, day oi June 1909. J. T. J. VALLANOE, 159-6 Sanitary Inspector. SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS Aoy peraoc wno la tbe bead oi u family, or male orer 18 old, may .homestead a quarter-aectiop of available Dominion land la Mani- toba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. applicant must appear in at the Dominion Lands Agency or Sub- Agency for the district. fc> proxy may be made at any Ur of intending homesteader. and cultiration of tbe land in each of three yean. A homesteader may lire within nine milea of hit borne stead on a farm of at leaat 80 aercf solely owned and occupied by hlsa ot hy his father, mother. 100. daufhUi, FOR Livery, feed and sale [brother or stable. Mr. Emil Wattum is In hi., fine barn an< I livery stock in the I thriving town of Grassy for sale. prjce per reasons for selling. _Mgt regide ill IF YOU WANT A LAWN FENCE y See A. Rochon.-Crabb street, the Page homestead patent) aod lawn wire man. A homesteader who hM eihaualed FOR Good eight year old i rifht aad wwinol horse, broken to harness and saddle, .'tain a pre-emption may take a put- Also a bucgy almost now and i cbaaed homeatemd in certain of single harness. Also one team work j f J.OQ acre. horses, weight about Ibs. Apply reaide six mbotht In eaeb HUM W, A. Moore, cor. Westminster Road yean cultivate fifty and and Ford St. house wortfc W.W.OOBT. Deputy MinUtcr of tbe Inter N B.-Untothoried FOR hen nnd goblw, and three chicks, also a few good toy- ing hens for sale. Apply J. 8imm. ithh ;nt will npt North Wnrcl, after 6 p.m. 161-2 for, paid ;