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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 26, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta 1. NaDell juul Bell the clever sketch team 1. Mephisto's Son 2. Vaccam Cleaner 3. Miss Hold's Puppets SO N Gl Two Little Sailor Boys" 2. Ford aud Ford in a music- al playlet. The most wonder fill -child violinist on. the stasre. CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCE UtTHBRtDQg. AUTA., FRIDAY, MARCH 21, Button Sack No matter what other styles may come and go, many men cling to this one 3 Button Baseball Gossip At a meeting of the directors of tho Lethbridjs'o ball club Mouilav the following officers were el- ected: T. D. Kovan. President: H. JTleetwood, Vice-President; H. Nichol- son, Secretary; Alf. Muguire. '1 rous-. urw. The- application sent in by G. Niles. of Spring-field. Ohio, as man- ager of the club was favorably con- sidered and the secretary was in structed to wire Xiles, stating that his terms were acceptable subject to the approval of C. J. Eckstorm. who is to visit NiJes at his home immed- iately. Aiid if in tho opinion of Mr. Eckstorm, Niles proved to be unac- ceptable, he was empowered by tho j club to select a manager at his own discretion in the east. Mr. Eckstorm left Wednesday on his tour through the middle States and The club is now- in good tiaancial condition and everything looks rosv for name on t can cf Paint? Simply because means point that is unbeatable (or withstanding iHc peculiar Western climate. tft at ehx fiutcx fee Wise Ken cf the WestLook for on every Can of Paint IRST of dl, the oil ___ selected for" Pcir.tisadistincdy sup- erior quality pure Mara- Linseed. It Is acknowl- edged that the "life" cf the paint depends on ilic on the quaL'ty of c.i. Therefore, the greater toughness und elasticity of the oil we use give tjjfctfei Paint extraor- dinary W ITH this oil thoroughly incorporated pure White Lrul WK) Oxkii o( Z'ic i-i euct to produce point ranarkiblc (or density. covering capacity. A punt to thoroughly cJailic that it will witbsUnj crasicnc cold of 40 below the blistering heat ol direct I the phenomenal Jur- n" I ability of difeUW that lias made" it Ae choice ol "The Wise Men of the. includ- ing iKe big railroad and elevator companies, for pro- wood and iron. Show that you are a wise man. too. by. painting your house and barn with HAYR BROS. General Hardware Sole Agents Lethbridge Alta. or a good season of professional (until June. Beatty is the only oth-! er Maroon of 190S who is likely return. BUSY AT THE HAT Manager Billy Hamilton has been busv during tho past week sigiitmr on for tho coming, baseball sea- son. Already he has secured half a lioioii ioid before the end tho week he expects to have cona- pleted the team with a top-norchers. number of BAS.EBAIJL IN MOOSE JAW IToose Jaw, March 0. Tuv- lor, manager of the Moose Jaw base- ball club, arrived in the city from Superior, Wis., today and at once had a conference, with the directors. It, was afterwards given out that sat j isfactory arrangements had been. Urn. Campbell, a school teacher, ot !fttadQ and that Tavlor would leave, Sioux City comes highly recommend-I shortly for Superior to sign up his' ed. He has had two or three chanc-j players. He already has a majoritv ss to play as pitcher in the western of his team selected'and is confident league. f, they will compete with credit with; ..Sam Davidson, catcher, worked our, i any team in the league. They are: last spring with Spokane and Butte. I not only good players, Taylor says' you have tnytbiof to sell or rent ptice it in this column. If want anything use this column. oaeineertioo 6 insertions for SJ PROPERTY FOR SALE PROPERTY-FOE 8ALE-3 lots with house (5 rooms, good sta- ble; price cash balance easy. Apply Alberta Realty Co- 84.0- FOR iouse centrally located, new and fully mod- ern; six-roomed houwi and four SftSr Bead. Appiy AlcDiarnud, Box 376. 84-6 STORES FOR SALE-The stores now occupied by J. J. Johnston, Schweitz- er Bros., and Joe Fong, are offered sale. Must be removed on April 1st. Submit offer in writing Can. Bank of Commerce. April to Fiue new house on Westminster Road, near new stand pipe, 6 rooms, brick foundation and cellar. 5500 cash. Alberta Realty Co. Balance TENDERS TENDERS will be received- by the undersigned not later than noon ttth March, 1909, for the erection of. re-inforced concrete building in Lath. bridge for B. E. 'Sherlock, Esq etc., can be obtained at the of- faces of W. M. Dodd, Architect, Leth- bridge and Calgary. Tenders must be accompanied by a certified cheque for 6 per cent of the value. No tender will necessarily be ac- cepted. ERNEST E. CAKVER, Mgr PUBLIC NOTICE The usual weekly auction sale of torses, implements, etc., will be held at the city market on Saturday after- noon sharp at 2.30 p. m. Entries are now invited and should be sent abb St. Apply to Y. Chow P 0 95, Lethbridge. SITUATIONS VACANT First- A f VVTI-A o, J. it V iVA 5tt) O J. J.i Si. Bennet, from Duiuth, Minn., out, but, steady, reliable men." Arrange-: ,ass bookkeeper and collector. Ap- fielder, is well known in western base nients will be made for'a series qualifications: and salary ON SALE FOR A FEW DAYS ONL? room house. All modern conveniences. One of the best con structed .houses in the city Witu two large lots. Price moderate. Will be ready to be occupied about tfi-- middle of April. Apply on premise? Argyle Ave., near Westminster Eoad or P. O. Box 170, Lethbridge, Alta 88-0 NOTICE Notice is hereby given that tho partnership heretofore be tweei J. Wuug Yett and Mah Tai at brassy Lake, Alberta has been dis- solved, J. Wung Yett having bought out the interests of Mah Tai. All out- standing acounts should be forward, ed at once to J. Wung Yett, Grassy Lake Alber.a. 33.25 The Fit-Reform models for spring show how much style can be put into Sack Suits. ball circles, as he played with Ed-j games in Wisconsin and Minnesota oionton in 1907. He is fast and a before the teams arrive at Moose tu Box X Y Z, Herald. S4-0 jjoocl hitter and fielder. Jimmy Wilson, a youn outfielder Jaw. McKELVIE McGUIRE Sole Aoents for Lettbridse. COLERIDGE to resume his former position with the Canadian Land and Ranch Co. that Coleridge, March Tarbath I'MC the remain- who spent'last summer here in the; employ oi the C.P.H has spent the junction, has past few days visiting his manyiment_ .-friends in Coleridge. In company' _, with D. Frost, of Bathwell. JVIan.. he Thp second dance OI tne will go on tomorrow to George Tarbath has become 'car in- spector in place of J. Coulter, who has, gone east. 31r. Tarbath, beintr n. >an accomplished violinist, is a vain-' aQai.r Tras Pronounced the most MJ.V ahle accession to our local talent of tne kind ever held in fJol- endge. Great credit is due to the from Everett, Washington, is a pro- mising player. Wm. Godfrey, recommended to Man I ager Hamilton by Eoberts of SDO- kane, is said to have lots of speed und to be a good hitter. He is now at college and will be unable to re- port till June. Is third baseman. F. W. Townsend, catcher, formerlv played with Peoria. He has been surveying in the north country for the past year or so. and comes -down from Prince Albert to report for the season. Billy Blackburn, of Victoria, has never played professional ball before, but he was a star pitcher among- the miners at the coast for two years. He came east to speu-d the winter with his brother at Gieichen, where he was spotted by Billy Hamilton. He has turned down Vancouver who was negotiating for his services, in favor of the Gas City, and he has now been in Medicine Hat for some TO REGULATE man and steno ?rapher of good habits. Apply Her- i A "Prtv O aid, 82-0 An SALE OF Fl REARMS WANTED Women dishwashers good wages to right party. Alex' Hamilton anara 'Cafe, corner Eound and Duf- Aftermath of the Tragedy ferin Streets. 82-0 Toronto, nt., March an af-! c of the "shooting tracedy in'" Hamilton, W. D. McPhersoiT, mem- oer of, the Legislature for West Toron- to, introduced a bill to. resrulate the sale of firearms, it proposes that .all who sell firearms should keep a rec- ord of the names of those to whom weapons are sold and for what pur- pose they intended. waitress at -416 Round FOR on lots 10 and 11, Block 33, corner Eedpath and Glyn streets. Purchaser must remove buildings by the 10th of April, pos- session given after the 1st. Submit written offers to E. E. Sherlock. FOR Hotel, ed. Good business, only hotel in Magrath. Call or write 1 Alvin 0 Magrath. MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE, for housecleaning Wanted at once. .Apply at Dallas Ho tel- 85-0 Sid Williams, of Mullan, Idaho, will probably sign only as an out- fielder. Altogether the prospects for a suc- season are bright. Practice nmnber Present both from and iledicilie Hat, and about the 20th of next month out at .Tas. Fleming's ranch, where the boys will prepare for -a streauous summer. Jccts, bound chieiiy from Ontario and A the northern States, for various in Southern Alberta. .Mrs. Nellie Willis and.Miss Helen, of. Medicine Hat, visitors at Mr..Duncan Sanderson's today. HARDER ON VAGS Ottawa, March Grand lias been made more interest. piaced in jails a second time for v.__ j.t jcij_-.j a. ictuiiu iiiue ior T ot a bov. [vagrancy be put -on shorter allow- jj...BeaUitf, who has bean-spendliic; ance of food and if possible tread- uj. iwvu CLUU 11 jj'Jbsioie ireau- the-winter in Ontario, lias returned mills be established in county jaUs. MA2STAGEE 1 Winnipeg, Man., March Winnipeg Baseball Club yesterday many applicants the directors of the chose Frank Lohr to guide the des- tinies of the Maroons in the new all Canadian League. 1 Lohr comes from-the tic League and is highly recommend-! ed. He is an outfielder. It will up to Lohr to get a team together' and he wili be given full charge. SUNLIGHT Generals-Servant Good Wages. Apply paul Audett comer Argyle and Bartlett Streets 86-t.f good reliable, steady i man, to take position as bank porter Appjy Herald. 87 0 general servant None other need apply. Good wages AODiv to Iff. TT Apply to Mrs. E. Eylands Bartlett St., or to Hudson's Store 601 Bay 87-0 class Model Restaurant. waitress at 87rO A BASKET FULL of clean, sweet-smelling linen b pbtained with half the toil and half the time if Sunlight Soap is used. Sunlight shortens the day's work, but lengthens tins-life otyOur ciutiies. Follow directions. Lever Brothers, 'Toronto, will send you j smart boys about I seventeen years old to learn mill business. Apply Oliver Mfg. Co. 87.3 dining room. zirU at i firfcAA O e _ once. Chow. Sam Co. s-o for bakery store. Ap- ply Box 355, Lethbridge. SS 6 T general servant. Apply Mrs. Andrew Tilley, Burdett '89-2 __ _ v A VJAUI1LU, OCIILL yUU Harold Bond of last free a cake of their famous Plantol has signed up, but will not report i toilet soap, if you mention this paper. first. class .boiler wa- iker. Apply to Lethbridge iron Works, Ltd. 89-1 FOR equipment, two complete steam plowing, outfits and all kinds of farm equipment. Address Oarmangay Farm Co., Cannangay P. 0., Alta. Sec. 13, E. 23, W 72.24 NOTICE All persons having accounts against D. McNab in connection with the Pro- vincial election campaign are request- ed to forward them at once to W R Bell, Bos 710, city. 87-3 FOR 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 city. For further par- ticulars apply P.O. bridge. Box. 27, Leth- 83-0 FOR barber business for the town of Taber, Alta.; must go on homestead. J. Hqdgins, Box 122. 83-6 FOR shares in Leth- bridge Woollen paid up for sale for cash. W: Box B. C. PUBLIC NOTICE Odd Sections to be opaned for home steading April 1st. CORRECTING LIST Public Notice is hereby given that .He following, parcels of land were in- advertently included in the Notice of tuc ioiu of February, 1909, of odd- numbered sections to be opened for hcmesteading on and after the 1st of Apni next, the said parcels not now being at the disposal of the Depart- I Winnipeg Agency T C O r, SeC- TP- Mel- J3-4 S. of 5'6. 27 7 8.ElstM: ,r E- X 23-30-29A. W. 1st. M- S. E. 25-28-29 W. 1st. M. and S. W y 25-28.29 W. 1st M., wrongly included m Winnipeg Agency, trani ferred to Dauphin Agency.) All N. E. S. E. S W. L. FOE moving picture ma- chine, new, and up to date, with all, c w the out-fit. I have two thousand feet of films. Good Bargain, Applv _tc b: E- he Coleridge Hotel, Alta. I 85-61 Pt. S silent sales-1 men, counter, drug scales, wanted for j E V -rug store; state price, IK. X 31 8 Dauphin Agency Sec; Tp. Ege. Mer. 21 21 24W-. let M. j 23 30 29A. 25 2S 9Q k 25 28 29 Yorkton Agency Sec. Tp. 23 27 3W. 2nd M. .'Estevan Agency Sec. Tp. Rge. Mer. i 13 6 17W. 2ndM. Prince Albert Agency Sec. Tp. Rge. Mer. t 44 13W. 2nd M. 5 45 3 Moose jaw Agency Sec. Tp. Rge. Mer. 31 17 2W. 3rd M. Lethbridge Agency lee. Tp. Rge: Mer. 25 15 20W. 4tif M. Id. 64-6 26 Class Waitress. Ac- ply Alexandra 88-0 man and .wife without family to wort on farm, wife cooking; man to be- a laborer. Ap- ply John McCann, 2nd ho.use- west of _Athletic vAd_ .jdition. :89-O SITUATIONS ;WANTED once, dressmaking by the day. Experienced in all lines of.ladies' clothes. Apply to Miss M. J-.S.chmitz, Citv. 'OR teams heavy, work. orses, aged -4. or 5 years, :weisht 00 to Itia. Apply" E. y, Ideal Farm, 2 1-2 miles south.-S W. of Lethbridge. 84-6 SECOND-HAND is the S- good, of .putting away things, that you can't use or such as cast off clothing, etc. I .pay cash., lor', old clothing., shoes, Jhats, guns, jristols, all kinds of musical trunks, and satchels, .call berian, Second-Hand Store, Redpath' St. .next -to McKenzie Co. -Write Box 63, city. 87-6 position as assiatant book keeper by young lad. Good ref- erences. Y Apply Post Office Box' 356. 85.0 ___ WANTED-By with best .references position engineer on a steam plowing outfit. Apply E Dupont, Lethbridge P.O. INVESTORS WANTED AN EXCELLENT to com- bine perfect security for your money with. large.; profits.- The 'expansion of: .a big Winnipeg, industrial -jewelry House offers, the opportunity. Write fall information' and booklet- to- TRILBY With Mr. Thco. Urch as POSITION WANTED _: Competent men position as engineer and steersman on plough. Apply Box L., Herald. 3 TO RENT. j TO RENT-Suitable for two respectable-young men. Apply to j Mrs. Robert Adam, Fisher St., south I of Redpath. 84-6 can't afford to miss it GET YOUR SEATS EARLY store or building suit- able for a restaurant in busineas part of town. Enquire P. O. Box Lothbridge. 66-O TO small new house Ag- new St., east of Westminster, rent ,per month. Apply to Box 5 Herald'Office. 85 O BOARD AND and rooms provided at 621 Round St. Rea. sonablc terms. Apply at Calgary Agency Sec. Tp. Rge. Mer. 9 30 .17W.4thM. Edmonton Agency Rge. Mer. 5 58 23W. 4th M. Battleford Agency Sec. Tp. Hge; Mer. 21 38 18W. 3rdM. By order, P. G. KEYES, _. Secretary. Department of the Interior, .OttaTva, March 6tlt-1900.- r 3i_- Man. LANDS FOR SALE ;FOR two miles south of Taber. Twelve aefe. Twelve hundred; dollars down in cash or horses. Balance in -five years. Apply} to owneri John Hc0, lund, corner London Rd. and Ash- mead ;Stsi, Lethbridge. ,89-6 BARGAIN LN one South Africa scrip of my own. I will sell for cash, if taken with- in a week. Warr en Fuller, Windsor Lethbridge; 89-2 SCRIP South Afri- can scrip, at a bargain. Apply to L. S. Ripley, .office Macdonald Block' 84-6 Room board for young men at lid Coutts two- WANTED FOR 40 to 80 acres of oatland. Apply Box 147, City, 87-3 WANTED TO .RENT-A small house Apply Box 12, Herald. WANTED TO smaH house or cottage. Apply C. X. B., Tele, phone office. 89-2 BOARDERS WANTED BOAllpERS a strictly modem with hoV and cold water; bath, close in'. Bart- lett St. BOARDERS WANTBD-in strictly modem house, with hot and cold wtter, etc., clow In. Apply St. fij APPLICATIONS Will be received by the ed until Monday, the 5th. day of April, 1909 for the joint office of Fire Chief and Building Inspector .for the City, of Lethbridge at a salary of per month. Please state qualifications and send references. G. W, ROBDfSOIT. for. SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS i Any-perfion wno is.the sole head; of a family, or any male" over 18 years of available Dominion land in Mani- or- Alberta. The applicant must appear in petton, the Dominion. Lands or Sub- Agency -for the district. proxy- may be made at- any .agency tittiof intending homesteader. months' residence upou and cultivation of-the land in each of, three years. A homesteader may live within nine miles of his home stead on .a farm of at least 80 acres solely owned arid occupied- by him or by his mother, son, brother or" sister. In certain districts a homesteader iu good standing may pro.empt quarter-section alongside his home- stead. Price per aero. Duties, -Must reside six months ,in eicH. of years--from oi hoinestou! entry (including-the time earn hotoestead patent) and cultivate fifty, acres extra.. A homesteader who fias exhautted bis" homestead right arid cannot ob- tain a pre-emption; may take a pur- chased homestead in certain districts.. Price 43.00 per acre. Duties.-Muit Beside six months in each of three years, cultivate fifty acres and erect a bouse .worth W.W.CORT.: Deputy -Minister of the Interior. publication ot his advertisement w'll hot bit paid: ESTABLISHED tttttttf Bank of Canada 3EAD OFFICE. MONTKEAL Paid-up Capital..................... Heterve and Undivided Profits___....