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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 1, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta FOUR Still Newer Styles Suits and to We never rest on laurels won, however much they may be deserved. We are constantly striving to better the service that we offer those who appreciate the finest in hand tailored garments. Have you seen the new Fit- Reform creations in Fall Suits and Overcoats? 89 SPORTS FRIDAY, OCTOBER I, 1909. them from coming in from the coun- try to take .iu. the sport It was also the cause of the games being delayed until so late in the evening that they had to bs tinued today. MARKETS DETROIT WINS THE PENNANT Boston, Mass., Sept. fight for the American League pennant is No. l Northern............ o 77 No. 2 Northern......... o 74 _ _- 3 Northern........ 071 The contest was open j No. 1 Alberta Red...... 076 to all of Western Canada, but only, No. 2 Alberta Red o 73 three teams entered, Pincher Creek, j No. 3 Alberta Red 0 North J-ork and. the local Cowley i Oats, per cwt. g 7J team. Piiicher .Creek -and Cowley were first pitted against each other, the game commencing at 4.30. The fol- lowing was the line Pinched Shoultz, A. L. Staumon, T. Heap. Gunn, W.Knight, Pet ti, Clarkson. The result was a Barley Flax -Cattle on the hoof: Steers, per Ib. ...___0 Cows, Ib.........002% Hogs: Live, per cwt........o 00 Dressed, per cwt. 0 00 ana aim no goals were made it over, and Detroit is the victor. Thrice fi t t i n v i t-hat Pincher team would she has won tfof> ohanmionshm -m i_. for Cowley. first two chuck ers neither side scored. In the third Cowley scored two goals; in the fourth and fifth no goals were made and it she has won trie championship succession, which is a (record in for be whitewashed, but in the last chuckp, m T_ qttiet the league. champions lost their game today 9 to 7, but when they learned that Philadelphia had fallen down twice their spirits rose. Today's game was hard fought, both teams using two pitchers. Mullrn was bat-, iqM ted hard in.: the first inning and a I part of the second. Willet also was! f P 7 r hammered hard. Detroit drove Wood lnUCh larser crowd from the box, but Hall held the vis- j try itor's scoreless Three runs tallied in I _ i _ i OI tn. that McKELVIE McGUIRE Sole Acents for LetHbridse, to see the Fork the conquerors The Antelope, October 12th 111 We can supply you with everything vou want for hunting big game, and can even mount the game for you when you return Come to a good, live, up-to-date SPORTING GOODS HOUSE and get whst you want at right prices The Lethbridge Sporting Goods Company Edison's October Records just in _ 0{ the cli, each oi the first two innings the! home team made it look as though the weather Boston was going to win easilv. De-i f much-more enjoyable for Uroit was not long in getting started i land by fast work on the bases and! _ ln thls was: j timely hitting was soon leading by one run. Boston won in the eighth, inning. With two out and with on second and third French scoring two runs. Another hit follow- j ed giving Boston a total of nine runs, j Detroit got one man to first in the J Sheep: fairly easy win Live, per cwt........o 00 'Dressed, per cwt.....1250 Butter and Eggs: Dairy butter......... o 25 Creamery butter Eggs, per dozen Vegetables: Potatoes, per. cwt. 1 00 Onions, per Ib.....0 00 Feed: Hay .prairie o 00 Hay, blue joint ......o 00 Hides: Drv.................. 012 Cured Q Rendered Tallow: No. 1, per Ib. 0 00 No. 2, per Ib.......o 00 had defeated the 8 50 11 00 4 50 15 00 0 30 0 35 1 25 0 03 10 00 13 50 77 yvu have anything (o tell cal 71 76 real place it this columa. far n> 72 want anytbinf use this columa. tur 25 c oae intteriioi; 6 for He HONK hou mei SITUATION WANTED-By young man with knowledge, of French and German. Has had experience in time-keeping and other clerical work Also in handling men and different Kinds of machinery. Apply Box L Herald. AND BUSHMEN McLaren, 244-6 At ,pnce. Apply Blairmore, Alta. for the dress- making department. Apply Miss [Church, Hudson's Bay Co o44.6 0 04% 0 03X iight housework. Apply Mrs. Jas cor. Dufferin and Bartlett. Rose 244-6 FOR head horses; 30 head cattle; machinery for farm and household furniture. Must all be sold or none, Will also rent the farm 320 >acres, 2 1-2 miles- from iLethbridge, improved 60' acres, in -fall wheat; ;stubble mostly turned. Stable 22 horses. House 9 rooms; phone, cellar and cistern On fill i _ _ i _ Yi 244-0 new 5 ro0m hduse in for less than coat of Two lots. Small cash pav- Balance on time.- W. H John son, Room 5, Bryan Block. 225-0 FOR SALE CHEAP-A new roomed fully modern house on oo. ppy MacMurphy, Mgr. South Alberta Lum ber Co., Phone 225. 200-0 family. servant, small Apply to Mrs. K. P. Wal iiic JAuipire ijana have several thousand acres of choice farming land just placed on the market, tn blocks of 160 to 60 000 acres. If it's good land you are look- ug for, at a nominal price, caU or Phone 394. The Empire Land Co., up- stairs, Ott Block. 235-0 SALE-640 acres of steam plow and, six miles from Barons 180 oi new stubble and 165 acres of sum'- mer faliow_ A11 fenced_ wm per acre. Address Owner, Box W., c-o Lethbridge Herald. 247.0 North Gunn, J. .Mul- T B. Wood, M. Masterman. Gunn, H.Knight, Pet was a much better contested ninth, base. but Fork y winning by a score of 3 to 0 teain held CARDSTON a- lace. cor. Burdett and Courtland Sts. 244-6 Candston, Sept. Blanche Olson jS resigning her position with the C. E. Snow Co., and accepting a position with the H. S. Allen Co. She will be cashier at Allen's. Miss Louie Lee will take a position with the C. E. Snow Co. on the first of October. I WANTED-roung girl to do ligh housework. Apply Mrs. Wm. Oliver 606 Bompas St going wages paid. 243-6 he was left on second TV T TV ell, luck favored the visitors and the North Fork will be the home jof the handsome challenge cup for FOR HAYWOOD "Regina, Sept. endeavor is being made by the Socialists of the city to get Haywood, one of the per- sons whe indicted some time ago for the murde of es-Governor Steunenburg, to stop off here on Sun- comment. i day next and address the members of the trades unions. A deputation wait- ed upon the council yesterday after- noon to aek whether or- not it was 'possible to obtain the use of the city auditorium for Mr. Haywood. The council refused -the request without American At Game- Philadelphia 3; Chicago 8. Second Philadelphia 4; Chicago 6. At >feww St. Louis 4; New York 4. At Boston- Detroit 7; Boston 9. National At St. Boston 4; St. Louis 2. At Pittsburg JSTew York 6. Second Pittsburg 9; ISTetr York 1. one year at least'. Our genial member, J. Herron, M JP- was a welcome visitor on both idays and witnessed his home cham- jpions defeated by Cowley yesterday. i WASHINGTON GETS ST. LOUIS' MANAGER j 5few York, Sept. 30.-James E jMcAleer, manager of the St Louis j American League Baseball Club sign- i.ed a contract today to manage the Washington American League team jior one year at a salary of I President Torres of the Washington Club came to New York to meet Mr i McAleer and complete negotiations. MISCELLANEOUS At the funeral 'of the Wikom____, who met death by a kick of a Elders William Palmer and S. M. Dudley were the speakers. T.he inter- ment took place at the Cardston cemetery. Elder Charles Burt returnod on the 2Sth inst., from a two years' mission to England. He looks well and says he has enjoyed his labor very much. The wrestling- match between J. T. i_____________ Ellison and Wm. Archer was declared MINERS '.WANTED- a draw. The crowd seemed to favor ewan Alberta Archer, out Ellison had many friends tha audience, Mr. Robert Reeder surprised many friends Tuesday. He left Utah, and from reliable'sources it ia learaed that he 'will marry- before re- turning-. 240-0 WANTED-By Oct. I2j oomneten servant for general housework Ply Mrs. T. M. Evans; 326 Bartett FOR first- class familv ng and'harness. Apply W. Henderson. 244-6 FOR SALE-25 foot awning in front of Sage's former stand. Practically new. R. Sage. ji7.0 FOR SALE-By C L. Kane clas3 second cutting .alfalfi Leave orders at Beagle 242-6 first- hav For etc. apply to P 0 brok- and harness. Ap- gers. 245-0 WANTED-Ten tons of goo feed AMERICAN LEAGUE STANDING I DRESSMAKING--AU kinds of 5S done at 1234 ffiSte NOTICE TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN- The restaurant business now'ear- ned on by the undersigned in the Block' Leth- "The Alberta PRIMARY For the Lethbridge Public work to begin November 1st monthly crease at New Year. Apnlv once.. JJetroit Philadelphia...... 93 Boston _____ Chicago Lost P.C. .647 t i t t t f. t t t Auction Sale At MR. S. WILLIAMS' Farm, N. Sec. 24-9-21, on Wednesday, October 6th AT ONE O'CLOCK FRANK G. WADDINGTON Is favored with instructions from Mr. S. Williams to sell by public auction, without reserve, at his farm, as above, his Farming Stock, Implements, etc. Including about 100 tons Timothy Hay in stack, 10 head Horses, 1 Colt, 3 Cows, Steer, 2 2 rills, Harrows, 1 Massey-Harris Binder, 1 Deer- ing Binder, Rake and Mower, Disc Harrow, 6 sets Harness complete, Cultivator, Gang and Sulky Plows, etc. Also small quantity of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE Drop Head Singer Sewing Machine, "Home Com- fort Range, Beds, Spriags, Mattresses, etc. Terms cash, or notes of approved security Auctioneers Office. Crabb Stieet Telephone 261 t t t t t t t 0 t t f t t t t t t t t t t t t t t 0 0 t t t 0 0 0 0 0 t 0 0 t 4 0 0 0 t t t New York........ 71 Cleveland St. Louis........ 59 Wasington...... 40 53 57 .62 73 75 79 86" 108 .584! .513' .486 -470J -407'f -270! St. Miss Elenbaum, 241-12 are to bT "JGs- ty for general ser m subjects, Pianoforte Orean 'for payment Al- i. Nx9' A- B- Stafford, 603 Bom- p- School i ;ijFOR SALE-Pure tes- sPaniel pups. B. C. FOR bugsv and har ness. Horse gentle, broken single or A __ 1 j a r! "h NATIONAL LEAGUE STANDING for Music land. President H. R H Thp Prince of Wales, V. G 'toll Pittsburg ..106 Chicago 100 New York........ 39 Cincinnati...... 75 Philadelphia 70 St. Louis 5j Brooklyn 51 Boston w r Won Lost P.C.i 10, flooredand -.can be seen at back of new west. 40 40 53 72 76 93 94 103 .605 J -479 .354 .3521 .285; North Fork the Champions N. FORK POLO TEAM DEFEATS THE CHAMPIONS OF WEST- ERN CANADA Cowley, Sept 30.-A fairly iarge crowd visited Govrley yesterdav to witness the games' in "the po; ament for the McMillan weather which had been unusually fine for a week past suddenly chan- ed and a drilling rain fell till and Harmony. MRS of" Wei as- Of tSbeS of ub, rapid improvement in a verv short time. We use the very best f We call at your PONY EXPRESS-Phone 334. J. gins. Light draying 9 specialty totorage All orders- promptlv at- teta WONG TONG COMPANY: MISCELLANEOUS WANTS al] s or- the first mentioned Pupil for stage dancin- of GOmPaaF be paid befere OcSSr of London date they plac'ed TENDERS .TEHEES win be received _ puon-iun at 0_- .housework.. Washing up etc Apply Box 14, Lethbridge 243-6 WANTED-Land to break, seed and harvest; 1-2 crop. ------C2 yards o'f earth in ation apply to 245-7 taken aone at Private homes. C. M. ARNOLD, City Engineer. Satisfaction guar- Coal delivered C.O.D Geo McLean, Glyn St, Phone 131. nam ce Ave., beside railway track POSITION WANTED-Stenogropher and typewriter. First class Jnan of Is also good office Address E.S.N. plough proposition. Herald. Must be steam Apply Box L.. 2442-S LOST OR STRAYED of th Pt 14 -I5> Ean.ge S 3150 REWAED-For return of four SetevernnSinM3 kffc A' A' WANTED-As: hotel porter by young man. Good referenc es.. Apply BOX 20; Herald office aress-replies to Pi oM ted COW about old .branded ZNZ on k cow is roan calf about 4 months red cow about 2 ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE PICTURES 1 Power of Labor 2 Ringleader 3 Can't Lose Wife's Ma Burton Bradt Cov In a very Fnnny Sketch, _____V The Frank Condon, Singing and Dancing Com- edian. TO RENT-Two furnished rooms. Can with cow Old" T> Aa nme east and 2 miles south of Win- "wfStaiS' Alta 239-52 FOR SALE BY TENDER -the under- 190S to' tif Vlted ,UP o e i, 190S, for the purchase of all or antr portion of the practically new fe ijcw o around Townships 12 j 20 West-of the Meridi fence is 36 miles' Ion c posts and droppers. The highest or any tender not no cessarily accepted fc ae' 235-26 T rooms, uan acomod'ate one or' ,two persons to each room. Apply evenings to Mrs SfeParf11' St. near FOUND-potir .kevs on ring Owner Please call at Herald office 246-6 suite of HULL CO., Calgary, Alta. r ui inrep rooms building, -Eedpath M Apply on premises to The C iiowman Agency. j 21 any quantity delivered in the City. Orders taken at A. Eastern Harness Store. Phone 103 P.O. Box 201 T. A. BAST ON Merchants Bank of Canada HEAD OFFICE. MONTREAL Paid-up 000 000 Reserveand Undivided Accounts of Merchants, Farmers and Ranchers Solicited Drafts Money Orders Letters of Savings Bank'Department Lethbnige Branch- CoaMale Block, Redpath St Private Sale The Bellevue Farms hav- ing sold a large part' of its nolaings iu land, offers for sale its machmern-, farming implements, wagcjs, stock, etc., about 75 Horses (among the number some high bred Kentucky th o r o Binders. Wagons, Drills, Discs, Cock- shut Plow, Reeves' 32 h.p Engine, 3 h.p. Gasoline En- gine, Red River Special Se- parator, about 40 Hoes. The machinery is nearly all new. and most of it in good repair Apply to A. S. BOWMAN, fres. 423, Crabb WANTED TO-BENT-A fully modern seven or eight roomed house, school, for immediate possession Write J. Jones, P. 0. Box 507, City. 243-Ox SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS mC befid 01 family, or any male over 18 yean homestParf a o of -o Dominion land in Mani- coba, oasuatchewan or Alberta The applica TO KENT-ParJor and two bed- rooms, and board if wanted Apoly 315 Brunton. Agency: for the district. Proxy may be made at any agency ter of. intending homesteader. -Six months' upon cultivation of the land in eacb RL A within nine miles of nie home on a farm of at least 30 WP uaogpter. suitable, tor man and wife or two! T or Sentlemen, for rent, with all modern i in homesteader conveniences; also .room and SA standing may pre-empt for one gentleman. Applv 4015 alongside his homt- Ifitfii St t" RtPfln P-rtArt AA____.....' FOR furnished Apply Mrs. Katie Phalen, near Athletic grounds. price for desirable quarters per acre. Dutiea. -Must reside six months in eacn v Hunters in mod- em house. Reference' furnished if necessary. Address P. 0 Box 2063 247-6 PUHNISHED ROMM-And use of Suit' one from station, burn's residence. 247-2 patent) and fifty -acres extra. homesteader who exhaaefed homestead right and cannot ob- tain a pre-emption may take a pur chased homestead in certain district rnce per acre. reside six months in each of years, cultivate, fifty acres and.emi 0 hoiise 1300.00. W.W.OOBY. Deputy Minister -of the publi i thit adTertiiement will not ,-fi, for. ;