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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 21, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LtTHBRIDGE, ALTA., FRIDAY, MAY 21, 1909. SPORTS (Additional) IN CALGARY TODAY The JLethbriclge professional ball team opens a series of four'games in Calgary today. Two of thy series .are scheduled for tin; 24lh in the morning ixnd afternoon. LACROSSE Macleod vs. Lethbridga Intermediates on Monday, May 24 The ball will be faced at 3 p.m. sharp on the public sciuaro. Badges ior the game will be 25c. The team line-up will be as fol- j lows Goal, Murray; point, Devine cov-j er point, W. Bradbeer 1st defense. M. McGreavy 2nd defense, B. IUc- Kay 3rd defense, C. McGuire cen- tre, J. McKay 3rd home, W. Sin- clair 2nd home, W. Hopkins 1st home, A. B. Cook outsi'de home. Bruce Davics inside home, L. Hel- mer. f To make the day a, most enjoyable one the lacrosse boys have decided to put on a dance to be held in the K. of P. hall, dancing to commence at nine o'clock sharp. Tickets SI.50 It will be known definitely tomor- j on Saturday, lor no doubt they will row whether Hegina m have to hustle on Monday to -beat Choice Residential Lots on West- minster Road iac- ing East, tit each Ti-nns given Fur Immediate Sale by THE H. MACBETH Agency 1 MOVING .PICTURES. ADVANCED j VAUDEVILLE; 1. Donkey Skin 2. Military Airships 3. Cabman Mysliied 4. Madam's Troubles Two Dirty Little Hands CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCE 1. Le Noir'f Marionettes In. their Second Sight Read-, ing Act 2. Wagner and Gray Iu a Breakfast Quarrel Prices I5c and 25c Richard the Brazen Serial Story By C Townsend Brady and Edward Peple whether Hegina seniors v, ill play here or jot. The seniors are requested to turn out to practice on Monday afternoon. GUN CLUB SCORES The Gun Club held its weekly shoot last Wednesday evening and had one -of the best shoots ever held, a large members 'being on The following are number of new -the firing line, the scores J. C. Livingstone 21 84 p.c. A. B. Stafford 19 TV. Oliver 15 G. L. Anderson 13 L. C. Peters .....................13 T. McSTabb 12 Oeo. Kerr 11 H. McBeth....................... 10 J. W. Stafford 10 H. P. Withers P. R. A'gnew "W. Taylor 0 J. Bradshaw 0 mittee have tried to select the best, and these may be depended to boost the ball to victory for Lethbridge. The Calgary team will play at Okotqks on Saturday and come on jhere on Saturday night. They will have a chance to rest here on Sun- day and will return home on Mon- day after game, which will begin 76 p.c. 60 p.c. 52 p.c. 52 p.c- 48 p.c. 44 p.c. 40 p.c. sharp at Mav 2-1. eleven a.m. on Monday, SPORTING NOTES The news- comes from Austria that Allen Winter, 2.064, is being so. .leav- ily handicapped that it will be prac- tically impossible for him -to win there this season except in those 40 p c are very which 9 36 P c I neat system, as in vogue in Ain- 9 36 p c prevails. Allen Winter won c ithe handicap race at Eteati- iville lost year and was afterwards _ c A. O. F. FOOTBALLERS All members and supporters of the Ancient Order of Foresters football -club are asked to attend a special meeting to be held this (Friday) I sold to European parties. Moderation in Marathons is the slogan of some American papers, but as the game will be confined largely to Indians in this country, it will evening at 8 p.m. in the Balmoral not hurt much, as most of them die .Hotel sample rooms, when the team "to meet the Maple Leafs in their game on Tuesday next will, foe select- ed. Other very important business will be transacted. Any footballers not having signed for the other three will also be welcomed: anyway at about the half-way sta- tion, remarks the London Advertiser. Parents wishing to get .rid. of their youngsters before they have dis- graced them, shoo them at this Mar- athon thing, and then they will, not be troubled. TEAM TO MEET CALGARY Another interesting practice game -of football took place on the square last night when the Beds and Blues plaj'ed full time with no score on side. After the game the executive com- mittee of the Lethbridge city foot- ball league a team to repre- sent Lethbridge City in the game on Victoria Day. The committee also to play that game "on the square instead of at the baseball park. The finance committee report- progress with the collections for the guarantee for that game. The following is the selected Leth- team Goal, Boss right back. Wells; left back, Anderson y a married couple, without family. Vpply Box. X., Herald. 136-2 ESTABLISHED 1854 Merchants Bank of Canada Paid-np Reserve and Undivided Profits.............. Accoma of Merchants, Farmers ind Ranchers Solicited Dnfti Money Orders Letters of Credit Savings Bank Department Branch CotHale Week, IMpath St. NOTICE NOTICE is hereby given pursuant rto resolution of the Directors that the annual ordinary general meeting; of the share-holders of .the Western' Canada Agency, Limited, will be held at the offices of the Company at the City of Lethbridge on Monday the 31st day of May instant at the hour of 3 o'clock in the Afternoon., Dated at Lethbridge day of May, 1909. WILLIAM-HENDERSON, President. H.. MACBETH, 136-138-140. Secretary. TENDERS WANTED SEALTD TENDERS wiU be receiv- ed by the undersigned up-, till noon on May 31, 1909, for the. removal of the Dominion Hall in this city from its present: site: north of the C. P. R. track to lots block 11, Plan 723-D, and its erection thereon together the necessary- repaiis and excavations. Specifications and particulars may; be obtained from the undersigned to whom tenders should be addressed. A marked cheque for 5 per cent., of tender must each of- fer. The lowest or any tender not .ne- cessarily accepted. A. E: HUMPHRIES, 132-6 Immigration Agent. FOR SALE 1st, An improved farm of land on tne Milk River, known as the Loggia Ranch, about 7 miles from Coutts and-8 miles from Milk River, having comfortable dwel- ling'house, norse and cattle atablM and corrals. 2nd. Parcel. of land in city, situate directly east of North Ward Meat Market, 75 by 134, 1300. AUblSOO Royal Col- liery shares. Apply MCKNIGHT Milk River, Alta, SYNOPSIS.OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any person wno is tbe sole head at a family, or any male over 18 ream old, may homestead a qaarter-aecUon of available Dominion land in Mani- toba, Saskatchewan or Alberto. Tbe applicant must appear in person at the Dominion Lands Agency or 8mb- Agency for the district. If proxy may be made at any er of intending homesteader. months' upon and cultivation of the land in eath of three years. A homesteader may ive within nine miles of his >tead on a farm of at least 80 olely owned and occupied by hint ot >y his father, mother, son, daughter. brother or sister. In certain districts a homesteader n good standing may pre-empt quarter-section alongside his home- tead. Price per acre. Duties. -Must reside six months in >f eix years from date of ntry (including the time required to arn homestead patent) and cultivate fifty acres extra. A homesteader who has exhausted s> homestead lifht and cannot ob- tain a pre-emption may take a pvz- hased homestead in certain dUtrwis. rice 13.00 per acre. eside six months in each years, cultivate fifty, acres ant a house worth W.W.OOIY; Deputy Minister of the Inters. this mt 111 av pik) fot. ;