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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 16, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LETMtfftlDGE, ALTA., TUESDAY, MARCH 16, 1900. OWN OF In Southern Alberta, at the Junction on the A. R. I. Railway, part of W. 1 32-6-19 W. 4 in the centre of the great Southern Alberta Grain Belt Xo success fvil business man ever turns down a proposition without due con sideration. Putting your money in banks is not an investment. The earning power of money is great when put into new and creative enterprises Instead of there being- one rich man to every hundred thousand you would get your share. Lots in the New Town of Stirling are a good investment. Why? STIRLING is-located in the heart of a district where the crop returns are 55 bushels oi Winter Wheat to the acre. Stirling is located about 19 miles-southeast of Lethbridge and is now an important railway centre. It is otso expected that the Weyburn sion will run to this point. The lots in this desirable townsite are all high and dry, and all good sized building lots. The title is perfect, and can be secured at any time upon final payment of purchase price. The lay-out of STIRLING is ideal, with main streets 100 feet wide and a lane running back of each Hock 20 feet wide. Prices range from for business lots down to for residential lots, on terms of 1-4 cash, balance 33 6 and 9 months, withinterest at 6 per cent. For full particulars write or call on DR. KOELLOR, who will be found at STIRLING with blue prints and plans and price list of lots. Standard Land Co., Lethbridge Y. S. SHEPAHD, Manager LETHBRIDGE Do not wait till the best lots are sold: ACT NOW. New York World expert. That was atul liKo cries trroetocl him. After the the principal thiW wiled at JBlon-, turmoil hud ceased Jim began his ey's Lincoln Square Theatre a few series of exhibitions. He punched the nights tvffo. when the. crowd that pack; bftc. jumped thu rope, worked the le- ed the house to the dome realized the j ver and rounded it all off with some white, shadow fairly JEFF SPRINGS SURPRISE It was duriac: the course of the srym tmsium sttet that the first surprise line physical condition, of the banner-bearer is in thev mobbed him for sheer joy. At least, lifty per cent, of the who pressed into the theatre expected to soe Jeffries bisr of Hobby of choek and as heavy tevt as a prize JNromian. When those men saw Jed they were surprised, nay, as- tounded. They had heard so much of bis great weight and immense mea- surements that they would not be- he was in anything1 normal condition. But after three very short- bouts with bis spurrinc partner, Sam Herder, and his exhibitions of nasiuiu stunts, all doubts recardinc- Jim's condition faded away like .smpkc before a strone: sale. He was the Jeff stronc of limb, of foot, and with the famous wallop was launched on the crowd. Jim plac- ed two chairs far apart on the stage and then spread himself so that his head' and heols almost touched. This called into play all of the muscles of the stomach. Then a great strain was upon his abdomen in tne of weights. He had to sup- port the bed and iron piled upon him while in this uncomfortable position. Without the slightest apparent dif- ficulty Jeff did so. The abdomen muscles never quivered from the strain but from tho first to the last stood the test easily. It was the lack of fatty tissue on I the stomach and the play of the stron-r abdomen muscles that caused OF CANADA Capital, Rest ail UK- divided Profits Exceed WhyNoTsave? _____________ The prudent man, in the d ay of plenty, system- atically puts by a portion of his income against the time when he may need it badly. Then, with a substantial SavIflfS Bilk Account, lie does not fear what the future may bring. You cannot start a Savings Account too soon. 81.00 cr upward opens "an account. Interest at highest current rate added at regular intervals. Money may be with- drawn at any time. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH: J. R. Anderson, Manager. the first murmur of from which hud sent many a fighter's cham t. irom ninnshin tne crowd. Here was their prize-ring idol fun of matter of many pounds of weight and treating it as a aspirations rolling alone: on thy padded rinjj. That was what sat- isfied the crowd, and they went home So "JefT is the Jeff Of old! j icok out. Mr. Johnsing." When Jeffries made his initial bow of the evening the crowd gave him a welcome that threatened to crack the coiling. "Oh. vou Jeff! You for tnuh! Knock Johnson's block trifle. "Can you boat they asked one another and then smiled tor a reply. During the exhibition with Sam Bersrer Jim showed thnt he is just as nimble on his feet as he ever that time had not robbed him of his Toot work. But his arms failed to LOOKS GOOD TO THE GLOBE There need be no doubt about the ability of Mr. W. A. Buchanan, of Lethbridge, to fulfill satisfactorily the duties of any office in the Alberta Legislature, for which he is a candi- date in the coming elections.: He was a very able secretary of the On- tario Hockey Association before he went to the "far west, and that test is sufficient to. carry him creditably through any legislative ronto. Globs. For bargains in City Property or Farm Lands SEE John Acton FORD STREET Houses for rent or sale. Have some good business openings to offer. Above Wing Wah Chow's Store SPORTS BASEBALL Ihe Winnipeg Tribune prints a list of professional ball players who are under contract. Arnonir them is Fred Lepper, who played short stop for the Y. 3L C. team of this city last year. Ho is under "contract to Cal- Charlie Street, the Alabama boy who distinguished himself by catch.- inir a ball thrown frorii the top of the Washington monument, has signed what he refers to as a "sliding" con- tract with Manager Cantillon of the .Washington team. Street explained that his new contract called for sou. Baseball is bewailed as a nard lot I council and sports of. Retina as well as.the entire city .will endorse it. The baseball players are after Reffina and best of them will be chosen, Iliey know a .tjood tiporticu? centre and already several letters have been re- ceived from some of the top nptchers, j askinff for p place on the team. Re- :-nu has nothing to fear regarding a club that will smooth the dust from the-diamond, this year like waterinar cart and- place a, victorious flag1 to wave before the other teams-of thej Western Canada Pea-cue: THE I BEST BARGAIN f I have in the way of City Property is Two Lots LOT 11 BLOCK J Price 1300 each. Terms 4 balance three, six and nine'at 6 per cent. B. A. R. MILLER E. B. Agent for Good No. I, BBYAN BLOCK Most of the cities in the All-Cana- dian TLeagufe are'very. enthusiastic ov- er the coming season, arid not one of them would at the present moment throw away its franchise. President Pulford. of the Winnipeg! Maroons, recently said in a newspa- per interview: "I there will be ro hitch and that everything throtiffh as >t looks at present, with _______ the eiffht clubs. Hie'--will enter the bonus if he goes through the ctxam-j coming season with more confick-n.ce pionship.campaign on the water wa-'in its success than he.has done before in the other leagues. Billy Hamilton of Medicine Hat isj ___ still negotiating with Calgary over, a by-the participants in the heat of a managing Proposition. It is likely j warm pennant chase, but all things j that Hamilton will be seen at the sleeping car rides head of affairsivat-the Nat'after every and public is a pretty soft occupation when it pays a. swell yearly salary of six months' effort, Bob Parker, of. Calgary, arrived in town Saturday to complete arrange- ments for a fifteen round boxing con- Jest between Jake Fu Norton (the Cal- gary fiehtimr blacksmith) and Jack Clark, who made such a erood show- ing aeainst Kid Williams in a fifteen round bout srere last month. with the living .expenses months thrown in. for six Who said there are no Canadians playing ball in the big leagaes? To- ronto has contributed Jfke Owens, Chi cago White Socks; Jimmy Archer, Ctiicogo Nationals; Bill O'Hara, New York Nationals.. Among the holdouts is Goode, the young Cleveland outfielder. Consid- ering the fact that Goode couldn't catch a uy with. n. 'clothes basket, and went to pieces at .the bat as soon as the pitchers irot acquainted with him, his request for more coin seems rath- er nervy. one has got through talking. THE RING The official scores this year will j This boxing contest will be for fif- teen rounds unless one of them takes the count and .there be. .'.one -.six- round preliminary between Eddie Smith of Calgary and Jimmy Stew- art of Spokane. ...Fullerton is a comer and if he suc- ceeds in stopping Clark will.be put on in a main event in Calgary. He has knocked out Gteo. Paris in five Johnson, one _ j it means a- lot to -him. I In Clark he will find a ring veteran Jimmy Archer, the .Toronto boy. who has lots of expericnce and has doing the heavy catching stunt for n knock-out in either hand. the Chicago Cubs this spring, asj The promoter of the last fight Khng is not with the world's champs, i ]od the pllblic by not num. bcr of rounds and by not fighting At the end oT this week Lethbridge three minute rounds, but we will know just where it on at sured there will bo nothing doing of and off at. A manager for the team that kind .this time, "or in any has not yet been definitely. decided, that I have anything to do with." but there are a number of good