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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 22, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta I DOC, ALTA., MONDAY, MARCH 22, IN8. 1 MOVINC. .PICTURES. Co- ADVANCFD 1. TH Mmta 2. Cupids Bbealm 3. Tale'of a Shirt O N Q- "Mussette1' Prices ISc and 25c. 1. JNa Dell and Bell the clever sketch team 2; Ford and Ford in a music- al playlet! The mogt wonder- ful child violiuist on the stage. CONTINUOUS PEBFOKMANCE Fit-Reform Spring Overcoats There's nothing in Canada with which to compatre these Overcoats. No Merchant Tailor can dupli- cate them in style, workmanship or va lue. "Fit-Reform11 in Cheviot Vicuna Overcoiti to The name garment means the truest economy, just as it means the finest tailoring. 15 McKELVlE McGUIRE Sole Aeenls for Lethbridge. SOMETHING SPECIAL nights only, that you can see these wonderful Messina Earthquake at vthe Eureka. Tonight and tomorrow ..night: There is a gi and lecture in connection' with' them that makes it extremely inter- esting. An excellent be presented also, and this week pro- mises to be" another" banner week for .the Eureka. If to the .-Eureka this -week you go, p'n" amusement bent; ;i You ore sure to see an excellent show Where many have been content. who with his partner Bell, Is full-of comedy, Will; please the patrons extremely well, rTha-t ate fond of jollity. Your chance to see "Dr. Jekyl and tomorrow night at the Lyceum. THEO. LORCH CONTINUES TO MAKE A HIT With each succeeding- play the Theo- dore Lorch .Company, showing at'the Lyceum, increase'.' in popular favor. "Strong Heart" was played Satur- day night to a packed house, and the large audience was in. nowise .dis- appointed, with a college play that has been received with, great applausa all over America. Mr. as A GOOD MANAGER IT WOULD SEEM It would appear that Lethbndire has been slow to procure a manager for its team in the Western Canada ball league this year. "The makinR 'or a late decision in this regard has not been without reason however. Numerous applications from men who are anxious to have tho reins of "the Lethbridge ball club in their hands, and among them some good ones who would be the real thing, but it was not of the club manage- ment to jump to conclusions at the propositions that looked good. The choice was "deferred until all were carefully weighed and balanced and then the most likely proposition the right .price was rJiosen" and it may now -be safely stated that G.-W Niles, of the Northern Ohio league will manage Lethbridge. He is ball player with first-class experience and has made a creditable showinir as a manager in Class C. He has written the following to the Leth- bridge Club: Springfield, 0., March 14. 09 Mr. BL Nicholson, Lethbridge, Alta.: Dear where you have organized a Western Canada League I would like to "put in an application for the position' of playing manajrer. I have had eight years experience "both as player and, manager. For the past two years 1 was jlayinc manager for Sandusky. in the North- ern Ohio League, finishing 1st in '07 and 2nd in '08.. In '06 was with Ot- 'tumwa, Iowa State League: '05 at Parkersburg, W. Va., Ea. League; '04 at Lansing, Michigan State League. Will refer you to the the above clubs: This season I signed with Parkersburjr. W. Va., but owing to financial affairs the club was compelled at minute to withdraw. I had a No. 1 club signed, and with the exception of a few players, I still have the club intact, which is, I can truthfullv state, one of the best clubs I ever, got together. For pitch- ers -I have Jack Dolan, who has- had twelve years' experience, both in the big leagues and the minors, lastlvear with Little Rock, Southern-'League: (3-rant Schopp, a great south paw last year at Atlanta, Southern League, and as good as getting the others. I will sign a contract with you to act as playing manager for per month and transportation and agree keep within you limit of per month, which T under- stand it is. Of course in making up a salary list you probably pay to one player than to another, instance, I pay Dolan. Everything She Ate A TO OARRY. HAD STOMACH TROUBLE TEARS. For per month, but .Gillen only so you see I feel safe in saying, I can ,keep within the limit, including mv own salary. I might also add, that I developed and started in iie business such play- ers as Pat and Frankie Donahue of "Strong the son of an Indian the; Boston Dunn of chief, attending college, is the great: the Brooklyns, Mike MitcheE of'the centre of interest. His fine physioue! Cincinnati Club and several more and manly''bearing at college so6n-tnat are ja the different" minor win him many friends. He is admitted to a select home where, he falls. in love with a daugh- ter of the. family, but receiving a call. to go baclc to his tribe, he: relinquish league es his love he Is- an Indian. I CALGARY DEFINITELY DECIDES ON MANAGER Charlie Crist has been definitelv SUNLIGHT Sunllfht Soap cannot spoil your clothes. There are no Injurious chemlcalc in Sun- Ufht Soap to bite holes In even the most delicate fabric. are offer- ed to anyone findinc adutteratlon In StrnHjIit Soap. play takes A thrilling passage ii place.where "Strong the great rugby game from the col- lege room after being accused of trea- son and barred from the game. Mr. as Strong Heart, at this riod, makes his audience feel as if they were watching the most excit- ing game they ever saw, realis- tic does he make the scene appear that the audience becomes gripped in his enthusiasm and imagine a real game, alive with thrilling incidents. Strong Heart, in the final; scene, obeying the call of his people, and re- signing himself to the inevitable fate is another strong piece of acting, which wins Mr. Lorch more admira- tion. A 'play that has the choice number of others whose names came up for discussion; atva meeting of the directors last-week. After being Crist immediate ly left fbW Spokane 'and, ern cities, to select his. team. '-.''.The. Albertan says: "Charlie is personally "known .to most of the ooast managers, which will help him in the selecting of his team. He will not take any.chances by letter .writing and the CalRarv manager will get down.and work out. right amongst them, and in this wav he will know what he is getting. Al- though he has not made any definite plans for his team yet, the1 manager its writer! intends giving two local men When your food not been propyrly body not received the benefit it iliould. The exertions of the gutrio juice confined entirely to removing the undigested por- tions of food which they ctnuot properly tpoodily powible from tno body, thereby oaly giving the blood a smnll per- centage of nourishment with which to feed the Burdock Blood Bitters regu- lates the boweli, perfect digestion, bluod, the stomach, and thus perfect health and strength to the debilitated system., D. A. Francisco, Boeeland, B.C., writes: "I-was suffering from stomach trouble of-the worst kind for about four years. Everything I ate seemed a burdeo to carrv. I always arose in the morning fnd feverish taste in my mouth and also troubled with swel- lings in my hanSs and feet, which ray phy- sician said disordered staUa of my stomaoh. I tried everything that was purchasable, and consulted two or three physicians, but could find no relief until one of. my neighbors told me o! a wonderful cure by Burdock Blood Bitters. I used altogether ten bottles and am now perfectly cured. I wish to recommend B.B.B. to anyone who may be so uafortua- ate MI was.' ?or by all dealers. locked up. I won first, you know." pleaded the husband. "I'll attend to that Marathon prize. I'll pawn the dura thing and buy said the indignant wife. as her fleet-footed husband was jogg- ed off to jail to-await an investiga- tion of his case." BLO'CKED TRAFFIC Jack Johnson; -the heavyweight fighter, and Frank Gotch, the wrest- by. accident on State street Chicago, the other dav. They stopp- ed to shake.hands and talk for a fnw minutes. Each had an enthusiastic following and when the crowds met they over- flowed until. the street was jammed from curb; to burb and stopping traf- fic. Rival cheering and shouting started. Hats were thrown in the air. The police came down the street on a run, thinking a ript was on. The champions, in order to escape being crushed, had to separate. Take look at our windows and wee the We have to offer you at 2. 5 To start on Saturday, March 20th HayrBros. General Hardware Phone 75 P.O.Boi27 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE, FOE equipment, two complete steam plowing outfits and all kinds of farm equipment. Address Carmangay .Farm Co., P. Alta. Sec. 31, Tp. 13, K. 23; W. 4. FOE transfer business with one of the best connections in Leth- bridge, to be sold at once, consisting of eight teams, wagons, etc. New barn standing on'-three lots, in the centre of the For further par- liculars apply P.O. -Box 27, Leth- bridse. S3-0 GET I. WILSON THE For Your Next Sale HE GIVES SATISFACTION Royal Colllerliji Coal HUGH TAYLOR, Agent will fill orders promptly. Weight and quality guar- anteed. A trial order solicited FOR buggy and harness for sale, cheap. Apply Box City. 80-6 FOR bronze gobbler and 3 hens, ;2 white Holland gobblers, Bar- red Rock and White Eock pullets. Laidlaw, Prncher-Station. 82-6 strong- democrat, car- ry a; ton. Also double disc stubble plough- Both in good condition. Cheap for cash. Apply Boa: IV; c.-o. Herald, 81r6 FOR Mare, 3 years, Weight about 900 Ibs. f TO cash. Ap- ply. Box F., c.-o. Herald office. 81-6 cases, silent sales chanter, drag- scales- wanted for drug price. Box K, Her- 83-6 FOR barber business for sale, in- the town of Taber, Alta.; .ov.uer- must go on .homestead. J. T. :Hpdgins, Box 122. S3-6 FOR shares in Leth- bridge Woollen paid up for cash. W. T. Box 393, Hosiner, B. C. 85-6 FOR moving picture ma-, a'-nd up to date, with ail ,iiie ;outfit. I have- two thousand .feet of film's; Good Bargain. Apply to the Coleridge Hotel, Coleridge, Alta. 85-6 chance to make and by doing this he will receive the support of number of fans who would like much renown is... bilfed for David Higgins' Piney T other plays by the same author: has for its chief characters those -see some .of the promising locals teresting live in thVSou-kiven a chance to make good, them States. The-play is a sketch K At the cities where Manager Crist of the negro problem which is visiting it is almost assured 4bg of more .and that he will be able to land on somp more so each day. The. gentry players, and should be.-Quito the. south, are shown in their aristo-j able to land a team equal to that o cratic mannerism and ways and the the other managers who stay tinder negro is seen as he is treated bv the salary limit, theni there. The Golden West Realty Co. ANOTHER GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY Will pay per cent, on your money TWO MODERN 7-ROOMED HOUSES Price t Cash down balance easy Rents Produce per month Five of the Best Business Lcrts in Town Telephone 261 P.O. BOX 642 D. KING, Manager LADY. BALL TOSSERS COMINa Word has been received from the manager of the Ladies' Baseball cluh of Chicago that it is the intention of the club to take a trip through West- ern Canada this summer, and would like to play here against the Leth- bridge league team. This club, which is the only ladies' baseball team playing baseball .with professional clubs play really fast, snappy ball, and have beaten manv good "D" class professional teams All positions, with the exception of pitcher and catcher, are filled withi ladies. They have been playing -to- gether some time, and always make good. RUN OFF HIS BA-SE John Hoffman, a young husband of Madison Pittsburg, lock- ed in jail on complaint of his wife, who alleged before Alderman Hae- fael'that ho had "gone clean crazv over them Marathon things." Hoff- man won a short course Marathon race and his wife says that since; that time-he has been practicing Mara-" thons even in his sleep as well as running from morning until dark The wife's testimony before the ma- gistrate was as follows: "John and 1 got a bad start, as we were mar- ried on the "3rd day of a month, but. we would have outlived that if John had not seen one o! them Marathon- races one day when on his way from. work. Since that time he been no good. He lost his iob through sprinting so far that couldn't get back in time to go to work.- He runs even in his sleep, and I wont you to lock him up before he runs himself to death. Since he won tfiat- Marathon last week he won't he won't speak to roe.'- don't lock me up, Thev give out those Marathon prizwi to- morrow and I won't get mine -if I'm Milk Gream Butter Eggs ALL FRESH AND PURE Delivered Daity Our Cleanliness and Purity Cox Son I Phone 347 P. 0. Boi 80 Coal, Ice and J DRAYING Western Transfer Co. LONG BROS.Proprietors Office opposite Balmoral PH ONE TO THE PUBLIC We have bought out the Star'Transfer Co. Draying outfit, and are prepared to execute all orders for DRAYING promptly satisfactorily. Coal delivered promptly. Cath on delivery. J. S. ILNteM Phone 70 In HeUiM Cow's Store cases, silent sales- men, counter, drug -scales, "-wanted foi; drug store; -state price. Uox K, fler- aloL S4-6 Herar Market ym have irrwtptaM Mb thin If ym wMt Mytfelif MM this "tar SITUATIONS VACANT class stenographer, male preferred. SaJary 560 a month. Xo Englishmen need apply. Box M., Herald. 86-1 BOOKKEEPER WANTED First- class bookkeeper and collector. Ap- ply, stating qualifications and salary to Box X Y Z, Herald. 84-0 general servant who can room at home. Apply Mrs. De- vine. Bedpath St., Alberta Home. GOOD GENERAL servant wanted. Apply Mrs. J. W. Bam den, ceornir Glyn and Courtland Sts. 82.6 blacksmith, special- ly wanted for work on plows. Ap- ply, to Coaldale Blacksmith Shop, Coaldale. 82-6 for general house work; must be'competent and steady; wages per month to start with. Call Mrs. C. R. Carlson, 1204 Court- land. 68-0 dining room girls at the Coaldale Restaurant. 80-6 man and steno grapher of good, habits. Apply. Her- ald, Box S 82.0 WANTED Women dishwashers ;ood wages to right party. Alex. andra corner Round and Duf ferin, Streets. 82-0 servant on farm near city, for general housework; good wages for suitable person. Apply P. 0. Box 14. 81-6 .waitress at 416 Bound 85-3 SITUATION WANTED. WANTt once; dressmaking by the day. Experienced in- all lines of clothes. Apply to Miss M. J. Schmitz, City. by experienced grocer, Canadian, have also had 6 years crockery experience. .Capable oi managing department. etc., to P. F., P. 0. Box 322, Lethbridge, Alia. 80-6 .vV young experienc rl business man, situation -in grocerv or ;any .other position; thor ough business training -and Afiaid of work. Please apply "Ma- -Herald. 82-3 i'blJNGr MAN wants work on farm Apply to--Box P, Herald Office. '82-6 PROPERTY FOR SALE PROPERTY FOR 8ALK-I with house (5 joomi. foot ble; price Apply JUftkjr Co. '84.0 FOR hooie, centrally located, new and f ally mod- ern; also six-roomed house and four lots, on Weatminater Road. S. J. McDiarmid, Box 378. 844 A GOOD BUY-LoU tl-at Block 111, for .Apply the H. beth Postbmce mock. STORES FOR stores now occupied by J. J. Schweiti- er Bros., "and Joe Fong, are offered for sale. Must be removed on April 1st. Submit offer in writing to Can. Bank of Commerce, v i FOR new' house VVesttuiuster Road, near stand pipe, 6 rooms, brick foundation and cellar. cash.- Balance easy. Albexta Realty Co. 4 NICE LOTS lacing east in Block 122 for each on terms, Ap- ply Box C., Herald Office. FOR lota and small on Bartlett St.; water in house, sewer on street; cash. Apply to Own- er, J. Bundle, Box 700 or Phone 234 304 FOR SALE new three- :oom house and two lojts, in North tVard. For-particulars apply to Jas. Robertson, 'Box 566, -82-6 ?OR lots and five-room- ed house; 190" feet of street front, Round Street; cash, balance up to four years. Apply to Owner, O. Box 13, Lethbridge. S3-4 FOR house-on Crabb St. Apply to Y. Chow, P. O. Box 95, Lethbridge.; 8M fOR SALE BY TENDER interest in section oi fine and; 2X miles south otTaber pur. chased at per acre last fall. iids to be in by March 25. Balance of pavments spread over W. '6-12 cf abb St. ROOM TO for two respectable young men. Apply Mrs., Robert Adam, Fisher St., south IRedpath, V S4-6 TO room in. mod- ern house, on Argyle Avenue without board, married couple erred. Apply Box 372, City." 84-2 TO roomed house just north of track. Apply between 4 and p.. m. at 53 Argyle Ave. store or -building suit- able for a restaurant in business >art of town. Enquire P. O. Box 143. Lethbridge. 65-0 WANTED TO louse, on or before May 1; centrally ocated and modern; jnight purcKaoe f suitable. Apply P. 0. Box 482, City. for a ;nice light team of horses, with rig; good will deliver goods for anv the stores by tlie at ;t reasonable y price. Anyone wanting an .outfit of. this' will; send their name to P.O. 322; 82-6 FOR teams heavy work horses, aged'4 years, weight 200 to Ibs. Apply D. J. Whit- ney, Ideal Farm, 2 1-2 miles south oi Lethbridge. S4-6- SOUTH AFRICAN Scrip for sale immediate delivery. P.O. Box 237 82-6 _ INVESTORS WAITED WAJNI'ED-yA "few investors, large or small, to join some prominent Win- nipeg business men in re-arranging a large manufacturing concern so as to; provide for an increasing trade For information and booklet, addrese Canada General Investment Corpor- ation, Ltd., Dept. E., Grain Exchange Bldg., Winnipeg, Man. BOOK-KEEPER First-class man wanted to-.handle set of books and make. collections. Apply; stating qualifications' and salary, cjo Box :X Y 33-0 By_ the 1st, a furnish -J _ house, about "7 rooms, and keeping rooms for young TnarrU-l must be.. central. Address Room 24, Dallas Hotel- 82.1 TO One small new house, ner Agnew and Westaninster; per Box 5, He aid-. TO small new house Ag- w St.; east of Westminster, r6nt per month. Apply to Box. 5, Herald Office. 85-O position as assistant book keeper by young lad. Good ref- erences. Apply Post Office Box 356 85-O TENDERS TENDERS will be received by the undersigned, not later than noon. 29th March, 1909, for the erection of a re-inforced concrete building in'Leth- bridge for R. E. Sherlock, Esq. Plans, etc., can be obtained at the of- fices of W. M. Dodd, Architect, Leth- bridge and Calgary. Tenders must be accompanied by a .certified cheque for 5 per cent, of the value. No. tender will necessarily be ac- cepted. ERNEST E. CARVER, Mgr. TENDERS SEALED TENDERS will be receiv- ed by the undersigned up to one o'- lock, p.m., on April I0th for the whole of the work reouired in the ion of a firepropf hospital for the trustees of the Gait Hospital. Tenders must be accompanied by an accepted cheque for five per cent. of the amount of the same. The lowest or any tender not neces- sarily accepted. .Plans and specifications may be seen at the offices of Messrs. Osier, lammond Nahton, Winnipeg, Lloyd Mewfcurn, Calgary, or C. B. Lethbridge. C. B. BOWMAN, "'Secretary Board of Management of Gait Rospital, Lethoridge, Alta. ethbridge, March 15, 1909. DOQ TAXES Notice is hereby given that any log found running at large in the Ity of Lethbridge after the 1st of April, 1909, without a tag for the year- 1909, will be impounded, and dealt with according to the Dog By- aw (No. License for. dogs can be lad at the" office otthe police. (Sgd.) JOSEPH GILLESPIE, 82-6 Chief of Police. NOTICE Notice is hereby given that any nc keeping fowls in the City of ,cth bridge must have them secure- y enclosed on their own premises y the 1st of April, 1909. The at- ention of those keeping fowls is di- rected to 4, 94. GILLESPIE, 82-6 Chief of Pohce. young man with best as engineer on a steam Apply1 E Dupout, Lethbridge P.O. 84r6 BOARDERS a strictly modern7 house, with hot and cold water, bath, etc.; close in. 425' Bart- lett St..' REWARD One, black mare: horse colt at side. One buckskin mare with the. end of one ear clipped off with buckskin horse colt at side. One baj pony mare branded lazy five on lef hip and blotch brand on-left shoulder. All fivs of these mares and colts are branded A on left shoulder. I will pay head for-these horses delivered at Naismith's farm 4% miles east of Lethbridge. A. J. l-tf v STRONG, Lethbridge. LOST AND FOUND. Alexandra Cafe and Arlington Hotel, diamond set locket on watch fob. Finder will ally rewarded by returning to Herald Office. 81-6 C.P.E. station and M. Hendrick's residence, lady's gold watch. Finder will be rewarded for return to Herald Office. 83-6 Cuff link, reward for return to Herald office. 85-1 Morris, con- tractor for the moving of buildings. Willwork under contract or by the day. Office Crabb St., 1st north of A. Southard's residence. BOABD AKD and -rooms provided at 621 Eound St. Rea- sonable terms. Apply at residence. 86-6 TO 1st, for six months, a fully modern furnised Ap- ply W. A. Hamilton, 10 Argyle Ave. 35-6 SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN, NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any person, la the sole head of a family, or any male over 18 old may homestead a of available Dominion land in toba, Saskatchewan or AlberU, The applicant must appear in person at the Dominion Lands Agency or flub- Agency for the district. .Entry .by proxy may made at any .agency jr. of intending homesteader. monthi' opoii and cultivation'.; of the in of three years. A homesteader may live within nine milea pi home stead on a farm of at least 80 aerai solely owned and occupied; by him or by his father, mother, son, daughter, brother or sister. V; In -certain districts a houicsteader in may pre-empt a quarter-section; alongside hfa "J home- stead. Price per acre. -Must reside six. month! in eaca of six years from date of hbmtftead entry f including the'time required to earn homestead, patent) and cultirata Ifty acres- A homesteader who, bai ezhauited i? homestead right and cannoV cfc- tain a pre-emption may take a PUT- chased homestead in certain diithcU. 'rice per acre. reside six months in each of three years, cultivate fifty and erect a house worth Deputy Minister of the Interior. Unauthpried publication his advertisement will not be paid or. V Herctiants Bank of Canada HEAD OFFICE, MONTBEAL Paid-up Reserve and Undivided Profits......., i Accou of Fimerf ana IwclKri WtWlN Drsfti Money Ordere Utton of Credit I Savings Bank Branch- Coaitole Block, St. 1 ;