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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 10, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta ALMNTA, WE OH WO AY, MA HO 14 10, 1. The Musical Peargoni- Master Musicians 2. Atlantis and Novelty Globe Jugglers 3. Champion Bag Puncher of the Canine World Of AM 1 fj ADVANCbU PINCHER II I I HOW TO TE Bceptible Youth isquo Ball namite Man N UTE 'KEARNEY ic. __u Creefc, March A. Me A lp me, of Lotbbridge, accountant in the city office is spending the week end in town. :-The sparring match which was advertised for Sunday night came off in good style. The preliminary between Kid McCarthy of Ottawa, and the Kid Cowboy of Piucher Creek, was to be a six round contest, but lasted only four as McCarthy had the best of the bout all the way through oold affect your oaiiJMj a foefiiig of chilli.ictw, dimurbancv of thw kidney aciiu Duet iwo of or fcho Aw you i annoyed over trifled? Are tl cold? Circulation bad? and legs BwellT Is there puff the Do you rheum eyenight, hcudatihM ftftd hack. tfravd or any umwiura. the kidneys? I5c 26c. Good Style and Good Taste New Ri-Reform 2 Sack appeals to men who wajit something new and something different. The lapels are long and grace- set close together pockets and roll cuffs. This style is extreme enough to be distinctive yet is in perfect helegmnt Fancy Wontedf up. taste. to .the face had the Cowboy Kid worT stod at the end of the fourth, round. The referee, Martin Flood stormed the match and gave decision in favor ol McCarthy. The main bout between ICid Ho well, the well known welter-weight cham- pion and Bob McKayo, of Pennsyl- vania, stated as a ten round bout, lasted but two rounds. The superiority of Ho well was seen, from the first and he outclassed JIc- Kayo- in every -way. In the first round Howell landed a stiff blow on the ancle of the jaw which, made McKayo Rrojarey. The round ended with both sparring nice- ly. The second round opened with both apparently fresh, and after few ex- changes of blows Howell landed a pretty one on. the point pf McKay's chin. M-eKayo had to take the count. Johnson, the man who fought Bur- rows in Coleman, and" who was at the came forward with a challenge to meet the i winner. How- fell accepted the challenge and :the sporting fraternity here are likely to see some more of the manly art of self defence. Everything in connection with Sat- urday's bout; was on the sauare and it is to be hoped that the bouts'in lhe future will be as 'clean 'as Satur- day- nightf.s. All :they have to do is If you of the above symptoms your kidneys artf sifcber weak or diseased, are warnings of more wrious to follow Bright YbiBease, or Di-opty. Whatever you do, whatever you think your disease look veil to your kidneys at the sign of anything wrong, Give them just the aid they require in Doan't Kidaey Abe Great Quaker Kidney Medicine, and aee JioV well ami fib you feel fcftei- even few Mrs. O. Warren, BadiMon, Sack., writes: I waa troubled with very oevere in my back for I tried everythinx I could think of But thoy.did me no good. A friend told me about Doan's Kidney Fills and. after taking two boxet, I have not been troubled Price 50 centf per box, or 3 boxes for at all dealers or The T. Milbura Co lamitod, Tortintb. la. ordering tpecify "Doan'a." McKELVIE McGUIRE Sole Agents for LethbricUe. "OXFORD" Newest smart English ctyle; nowio popular in London. 2t ncbcs high back. Also in CAMBRIDGE, 2 high. Demand CASTLE BRAND Some W. C. R. ColUr every tute and occasion. Quarter sizes. OF BERLIN A GOOD TIME TO BUILD We call the attention, of our readers to the advertisement of Messrs. Mar- riott Company, of Vancouver, B.C. Thisr firm intends to ship lumber in carloads to -any .responsible Farmer or Contractor who requires -building; ma- terial, direct from In tilis way the consumer will save the entire retailer's profit. Do You Know .That you can get a lunch at the mimu from lOc up If it suits you tell others, it not, tell us. N. R MURRAY JUDGE THANKED CROWD Ten March Attorney.JTitzhugh had completed the opening arguments for the state this afternoon in: the 'case agtinst Colonel Duncaa B..Cooper, Robin Cooper arid John P. Sharpe, charged with the murdering of Former TJ. S. Senator Carmack, Judge Hart ordered the jury withdrawn and said: ''I asked the audience to remain in order that I might do something IN never did j before. T want to thank you for the splendid order preserved today. "In, {spite of the splendid bursts of elo- quence from the speaker there has. not been a- -single Captain Fitzhugh. made a striking ar: gumeat. It lasted over five hours and when concluded 4ie' was exhausted. The court room was packed. A WINNING PERSONALITY Among the great artists who from time to time visitT Toronto and other large centres, there are few if any who are more welcomed than Marie Hall, whom we are jaow to have the great privilege of hearing in Recital at Lethbridge on March 17th: She is not in the front rank as a violinist. but with all her .gifts she is one of the most modest and un- assuming -of girls. -Her introduction to world of music reads like a chapter out of a romance. She was a street' player in one of the -big English when_ Her real genius for the "violin was noticed by a pass- ing musician, who interested-himself 3n iier and had lier placed in train, ing" under the finest masters. His reward caroe when justified Ms discernment by into an artist who lias won. a worlcUwlde" rep- utation. to have one and the box- inct game will be dead here for no one here Tvill stand for any "crooked sport in any :way. RAYMOND. Raymond, March The Raymond boys are out" a petition say-. 'inff-.-they will not skate at the Holler Skatmer Rink until" they can skate for throe hours. Only two hours' skat- ins: has been allowed since the rink opened and the boys are determined to have "three hours' skating or none at all. About sixty have sijrhed it. Mr. and Mrs. ,T. Collett have an- n ounced the marriage of their daugh-' ter. Miss- Ada Collett, to Mr. Ro'scoe- Miller, of Magrath, March 16th. The Misses Matson cave n china shower for Ada, Collett, Satur- dav afternoon. Miss Collett received many lovely pieces of China. Amone: the iruests present were Mrs. Miller of Magrath, Mrs. Collett, Mrs. Williams. Mrs, J. Heid, Mrs. Ada O'Brien, Mrs. J. Saunders, Blanche Collett, L. Mun ro, K. ITiomson. McKay, -L. Amos, K. Neal, McRae, of Magrathr D. John son, E. Skouson. Tyfiss Ada "Matson left today for Ta- hcr, after a month's visit with rela- tives- in .Raymond. McRae' ol Magrath spent Sun- day with Mlss.Ullian Amos. A_ crand character ball waa given bv some of the Spriasr Coulee boys last Friday evening at the Spring Coulee school house. The Spriag Cou- faber, where; heVlwill go on a ranch. Mr. and- Mrs. 'James Hoid have left Javmond for Hew- Dayton where Mr. Reid will open up a blacksmith shop. Mr. Neils. Anderson :and son leave tcxl Jos Taber. A" party was given, at Mr. Harris' ilaat evening. About fif- teen were present. The evening was pleasantly snent in playing The Rflvmond High School Literary Societ" wolL have a social at the home v of the: Hoii-: President, W. A. Redd Friday. evening. The; firstj football match of'the-sea- :son was Raymond and Stirling at the. exhibition grounds On Saturday Tesultint: in a score of favor of Raymond. During the first half .Stirling .gave a "Stir- ling" game, the score at half time standing- .for- the home team, but durinic, the last half the ball hardly ever left the Stirling goal for more than two minutes. To say the least we are proud of our boys and espec lally of our goal "keeper, Gould, was as good as his name. The opponents went home satisfied that they had lair game as was ever played and bore their defeai bravely., The was as follows Raymonil t Stirling1 Gould goal Meikleson Gabelle l.-back Adle Smitli r.-back Earl West r.-half Ostlund (cap Stone centre half Brandley Betts l.-haif Larson A3len Out. rl-forword R. Neilson Amos" Tnur.-f or'd Kiddle Crawford centre for'd Davis Neal In. 1.-for'd. Holman Grand Out. l.-for'd. A. A complete tteadert outfit for Store, Cook- ing Utensils and Tools Hayr Bros. General Hardware Phone 75 P.O.Box 27 Milk Cream Butter Eggs ALL FRESH AND PURE Delivered Daily Our Motto- Cleanliness and Purity Cox Son FW347 P.O. lee Orchestra was in The prizes- were awarded to Miss Amanda -Hogelson, who was dressed as a Spa- nish girl and to Mr. Sanford Dudley who was dressed as a negro. Miss FERN IE Jernie, Fernie-Fort Steele Brewery is rapidly nearing completion and will doubtless be in irood jroihfr order in a couple o; months. About fifty men are employ ed on the building at present, the ma jority of them, being- employed in fin ishmg the interior, and fitttns: up ma- chinery. The" ruachinery -is by Tilgner of Chicago and thi canka flf W- JJIJLAiBfil j _ Hogelson receixed a handsome pursci etfc-' by the George Laubenheimer Co. same Place- DuiMm and Mr. Dudley- a set of caff buttons. The judges were Mesdames Ben "An- drews, Albert Tleed, and Mr. Charles Olson. Mrs. H- E. Kelly and Miss Hazel Cqulee- 'passed Everything in season served tastily -at ii Tbc CoaMale Restivmt i Coaldale Block TO WELL DRILLERS, CONTRACTORS, etc We Have la Stock- Well Casing, 3 inch to 8 inch Iron Pipe Wire Rope Wire Nails OUs, Pipe and Steam Dynamite, Blasting Powder, Caps and Fuse Walters through Raymond on their way Letbbridge -Saturday. -A good programme was rendered in the Latter Saante Church last ev- ening .by ,the M. A. Miss Phylllii Young A young boy-Is to do In the home'-' "and Jffr. J- 'Green gave "What is -to -do in -the place. alone is roughly estimated at "000" and the machinery at, The building is thoroughly made and absolutely fire proof the sheltbeinjr of brick'and the floors reinforced .con- 'crete. Bruce's Hall has been converted in- tp roller rink and will be opened in a iew davs. This should go well for ice rink cannot' be depended on whereas this one is here the time, rain or shine. A man with a little capital could t make a fortune by coming Pernie and buildin- a _few cottages Raymond, March for renting-- purposes, to say nothing Raymond where hej of conferring an ever-lasting favor on will speak. j tjje poor down-trodden rent-payers, of "Mr." Ivan "Davies left Saturday for i this city. Now then. offers. SALE At Bonnell and Forinan's Livery Barn Lethbridge: on Sat urday n exit MARCH 13th MytMsf to MM it rssJ slsct M hi tfck cslssM. If yen Will MjrtUsff 23c (M for f I WANTED-Teacher for Huntsville School No. 1514, duties to commence 1st of April. Applications will be re. ceived till March 15th. State class of certificate and wages required. Ad- dress Thos. H. Wyman, Sec.-Treas Iron Springs, Alta. 71-9 for general house work; must be. competent and steady; wages per-month' to start with. Call Mrs; C. B. Carlson, 1204 Court- land. FOB SALE-Hall-BreeJ Und wsrip lor. on terms. The H Ifaebttii Agency, Poit Office Block. FOB SALE ing machine, aimoit new; one ington, in good order; large pbonofmto, with about tizty records; fancy horn chair and two large typewriter detk, and other Cheap lor oath. Apply Qua. Neidig, Phone m 64-O FOE double wagon, near- ly new with double :box. Will cheap. First house east of Chamber. Bros. Dairy, North Ward. H. Byer. 7U6 ?OE five year old .gelding, broken. Apply T: W. Croft, Piche Miron's Meat Market. girl to do light housework. Apply Airs. Jas. Eose; cor. Dufferin and Bartlett. 70-0 let contract for break- ing and seeding of. at least 200 acres on Sec. 30-11-21. D. JT, Davies, Agt. Albion Ridge. 73-6 experienced engineer, with recommendations. Apply at once Sallee and Cecil, Lethbridge BEotel. 73.6 SITUATION WANTED. At once, dressmaking by 1 of ladies' clothes. J. Sehmitz, City. Apply to Miss orders for' all cinds of help. Help furnished free. In, ordering help state employer's where located, kind of work, and wages per day or per month. ?all or send order by mail. A. Max- on, Lethbridge Employment Agency, .ethbridge, Alta. Office opposite Post Office. 74-0 FOE young stallions and fillies. Call or address W. H. Harvie, Sunny Side .Stock Farm, Lethbridge. FOE Orpington Cock- erels. P. H. Ashcroft, 508 Bompas St. ;70-6 FOE second hand piano in good condition. Price bar- gain. Apply T. M., Box 454, Leth. bridge. 71-6 FOE equipment, two complete steam plowing outfits and all kinds of farm equipment. Addresi Carmangay Farm Co., Carmangay P. 0., Alta. Sec. 31, Tp. 13, K. 23, W. 4. 72.24 HOTEL FOE Baxter Ho- tel and furnishings at Magrath for sale. Fine business, good terms, Al- vin 0. Rich, Agt., Magrath. 73-6 FOR fine team of matched geldings, also team _of small mares. Inquire Alberta iteaity- Co., City. 63-0 TO RENT- TO large well furnished ooms, in a new modern house, suit- ble, for two gentlemen or a couple without family. Enquire the Herald Office. 73.6 to rent in North Ward. Close in. Apply 74 Dufferin 3t. 70-6 O roomed house just north f track. Apply between 4 and i- at 53 Argyle Ave. 61-0 AT 3 O'CLOCK FRUK G. MINGTOK store or suit- able' for a -restaurant in business part of town. Enquire P. O. Box JLethfaridge. 65-0 Instructed by F.-D. Shaw Esq., Of- ficer of will sell by public auction'as above One Sorrel Grelding. branded WT riglit shoulder. One Brown Geld- ing, branded JST left jaw and V left shoulder. One Grey Gelding branded E left shoulder. HELD FOR DUTY TO 1st, 'furnished house, d rooms, strictly modern, well sit- uated. Eent reasonable to satisfac- tdry family. Apply Box JR., Herald 71-4 FOE have two new 5 room of work horses, har- ness, wagon ,and plow, separate or together, for cash. Box U, Herald. 73-6 SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING REQ- CoaJ mining1 rights of .the Dominion in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, the Yuton Territory, "the North-Wast Territories and British Columbia, may be leased for a term of -twenty-one years at an annual rental of 11 an acre. Not more than acres will be leased tc one applicant. Application for a lease must made to the Agent or Sub-Agent of the district in which the rights ap. land or cottages lor April tages vacant now. Alberta Realty Co. 1st and two cot- All reasonable. TO" new comfortable two- room house with attic, William St. south of London Road. Rent Box 3, Herald Office, May be seen on- Application ,to Sonnell pportunity of qualifying for Certi- icates under the provisions of fhe BoilersAct, 1906. Application for examination >e to the abore named Iwpec- or or to JOHN 8TOGK8, Deputy of Public Wwkt, Ednwn- oft, A1U; BOARDERS WANTED BOARDERS. a strictly modern house, with hot -and -cold water; both; close in. Apply "425 Bartlett St. 74.6: STRAYED Strayed to my place, one gray mare. Owner can have same by proving and paying for this ad. and cost., Sec. 2, Township 10, Range 3. Prairie View, Alta. EV A. Olson, 19-0 of six. years from date of homestead entry (including the time required -to earn homestead patent) "and cultiraU fifty acres extra. A homesteader who has exhausted his homestead right and cannot ob- tain- a pre-emption may take f pur- chased homestead in certain districU. Price per acre. Must reside six .months in each of ttoec years, cultivate fifty acres and erect a house worth 1300.00. W.W.CORY. Deputy Minister of the Interior; Unauthoried publication ot this advertisement' will not be paid for. TO RENT 2 offices in the Shepard Block Standard Land Co. Ltd. Y. 3, SHEPARD Manager tafiM PltttlM Wmttf Fit fwntct U. I ;