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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 7, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta Capim, Rest and UriivUei PrtMls Exceed payable in all parts of Canada, and in the' lead- ing-cities of the United States, are sold at every Branch of the Union Bank. They cost little', and are absolutely safe. Travellers Letters of Credit issued good the world over. Exchange bought and sold. Drafts aud Telegraph Transfers issued. Lethbridge Stirling F Qrasty Lake Manager. Manager, ft. W. Baillie, Manager. Prepare For EASTERN TOWNSHIPS BANE INCORPORATED CAPITAL AND RESERVE 1859. A general Banking business transacted; Accounts of Mer chants and Farmers invited; Savings Bank Demrtmentln connection, deposits of and Awards receded and in terest allowed at highest current rates. receivea and in- Lethbridge Branch ROUND STREET Old Ssg-e Store J. A. R. ROME, Manager. Pittsburg, Oct. Having complet- ed the National League Schedule, Pittsburg Baseball team returned home to-day from Cinoh-i.ti the season closed yesterday, and now on until JViday attjatm u.ii be devoted to post si'ri The entire team is in the best possible .'oad'.U "Pitcher Cam- nitz who will wor.< has boeu suffering from quinsy, but ii rapidly and will be himyolf wisuiii a few days. One of the pleasures of the past season in Pittsburg is the fact tl'at the local games will be decided in the largest ball park in the country. Ev- Sry preparation has been made to make the million -dollar grounds a.te quate for anticipated re- cord breaking crowd. of street car lines Over a score. run to Forbes Should be a season of plentiful money for .many of our people, and much of this should ..find its way in- to the "Bank. We wish to remind all of the fa- cilities of the BANK OF TORONTO for conducting the _. blanking business of farmers and town and city people. Surplus, money should be deposited in our Savings Department where earn in-' terest and where it- will be SAFE on til required for use. .Small or large amounts may be deposited or withdrawn at any time. INCORPORATED 1855 LETHBRIDGE BRANCH T. W. McEachern Manager Milwaukee leagues. Field and special schedules are to be arranged. In'addition the Pennsyl- vania and Baltimore and Ohio rail- roads are in a position to take pass- bowling within a few minutes, walk of j-L ltlle Park- A large number of out of may enjoy ten-round box- town spectators arrived here to.day; has eighteen football ;y last fall. England will send a cricket eleven to Australia next month. Stanford university's first rugby; call attracted, 160 candidates. Jesse Burkett, of the Worcester'; The main body is expected to-morrow and by Friday morning all the cele- brities of the baseball circle will be here together with many thousands of baseball fans. MANY WANT SEATS MONKEY m_ POUCEMAN New Ward, th attendant at Roche's bathing paviHon, Far Rockaway Beach, was looking in the dressing rooms after the bathers had gone, when found a monkey dressed in a red bathing suit. Ward took the monkey to the police station. After the doorman had locked up the monkey, the lieutenant ou duty'missed a fifty cent piece that he had in. his waistcoat pocket. The money was found in the monkey's jacket. When one is robbed of money, it be misfortune; but when one is robbed of health, it is a calamity. Faulty digestion, if neglected, quickly develops into' chronic Indigestion and Dyspepsia. The way to prevent serious Stomach Trouble is to take a "Fruit- a-tives'' tablet half an hour before meals. or fruit juice and ttrengthens the ftomach. iiuures digestion, and corrects the tendency to Constipation which almott always. MX'Otnpaniet Indigestion. Sec. a foe tnal box, asc. At all from Proit-a- tiyea Limited, Ottawa. AN INTERESTING NARRATIVE OF EARLY DAYS ADVANCED IMS VAUDEVILL W. S. Bell, of Helena, ex-librarian of the State Historical society, has just published a short history en- titled "Old Fort Beriton." It the history of the old fort, one of the first settlements in Montana, telling what it was, untl how it came to be. It is dedicated to the Daughters of the American Revolution. An interesting story is found with- in the leaves of the little booklet. He describes the fort thus "The historic post was located on a bottom on the west side of the Missouri river, and miles from its mouth. The enclosing wall was 250 feet square. The material used Spdser, P. Cierzan, J. G-rogan and F. E. Lohr. Calgary: E. Geehan, D. Gouchee. this wall, and the buildings witb- C. Parkes, W. F. Connors, R. W. in as well, was adobe, or sun dried Baker, Jerrv Sheehan, H. J. Chand- ler, P. Stanridge, J. Millar, W. Don- ovan Medicine Hat: Davidson, Campbell, Whisnian, Dunn, Nelson, Zvncker, Harper, Childers, Wilson, Bennett, Zimmerman, and Hamilton. Edmonton: Kelly, Burridge, Smith, Major Culbertson had be- come convinced was superior to tim- ber for the purpose. .The blocks ot adobe were-4x8x16 inches, the outer wall consisting of two blocks end to end, thus giving a wall 32 inches thick. At diagonal corners were two; bastions. There PICTURES 1 The Guerillas 2 Dumb Witness 3 Land of Pilgrims Continuous Performance Barrett Co. In "Abraham Lincoln, the Man With the People." Miss Snowie Maybeile The Dainty Commed- ieane Pittsburg, Pa., Oct. a win- jteam, has won four consecutive ball club pay A sk Robert Mc- jnants in the New England league. secretary of the American Brennan, the latest addition to who is in this city conducting j National league umpire staff, is 6 feet! the sale of tickets for world's m height- j championship games which open here ...The Cincinnati Reds will have a next Friday. Forbes Field can ac- field day benefit at home on Oct. 10. Icommodate' people, while the Every stallion with a record faster' ext'ra seats will be built will than is a producing sire. [lake of more. The mail Purdue university's new. gymnasium system adopted by the commis- a memorial to the football players'sion has Proven a great success. Half kffled in the 1903 wreck, has hundrpd wpro last week. Jimmy Collins, of Cincinnati, is of ready to match Glen Fisher, of cago, against Jimmy Smith, of.Brook 'lyn, in a bowling contest for a side, the series to be rolled in Cin- cinnati. J. c. Wiseman, of-the same town is prepared to back Smith injw the event that the contest comes off TESTED A NEW WHEAT Olaresholm B. E. Cargill made an interesting with what is known as Oregon Brown wheat. He sowed 60 pounds on the Cargill ranch and last week it threshed by machine meas- urement 47.50 bushels to the acre. Mr. Cargill is greatly pleased with the result and thinks the Oregon- wheat is admirably adapted to this soil and climate. He also sowed what is known as the Dale wheat which threshed 33 bushels to the acre, and No. 2. It is a matter of deep regret that Mr. Cargill is leavi-ng this district to return to Oregon. He has sold a section of his land to J. F. Hatch of Griggsville, 111., and has another half yet to sell; Mr. Cargill -will shortly announce an auc- tion sale in November. BEAVER DAM LAD SOLD Calgary, Oct. 7. being manifested a hundred clerks were put at work Friday noon to start opening the let- ters-. At three in the afternoon, 'Sat- over seats had been This morning, the a wagon, which hauled bags bulging with let- It is safe to say that to be returned to fans who he see the game. One large manufacturing firm has ordered a tickets, but the money had Stirling, Barnstead, Gragion, O'Brien, j around this fort, Brennan, Parker and Moran. Moose Jaw: P. Welsh, F. Olmstead, W. Williams, F. Anthony, R. Wal- ters, P. Mittlesstedt, A. Kosevear, J. Smith, W. P. Gilchrist, H. Culver, D. Ward, H. O'Hayer and M. 0. Ta- ylor.; ._ Regina': Sporer, MeDonough, Hook- er, Ward, Collins, Gardner, Canty, Andersen. Eethbridge: J. A. Corrigan, Joseph Corrigan, F. W. Townsend, Ralph Bell, Emmett Lynch, P. ,ezie, Cyrus Pieh, C. W. Menzel. Eu-'j gene Cox, F. B., McNeil, Fred Chick, J. John Taylor F. Trarger, J. Stingle, C. Stanley, J. [Rogers, H.. Heinrich, C. Thompson. J. Ronesch, M. Woods, R. H. Korrell, C. Earl was no stockade is was the case at the upper one. All the buildings fac- ed toward the center of the enclo- sure, the outer wall forming their rear walls. On the side toward the river was the entrance, consisting of a large wooden gate, in which was a smaller gate, or postern, for use when it was not necessary to use tho large one. 'Across the river from the 'fort was a large stretch of bottom land with; the rolling upland beyond. rhe west of the fort, and not far .h-orr- it, rose a hutte 150 feet and some two miles in circumference. This was at times used "by the iiun.-a.-.s of the fort as an ampitheater which tests of speed amo'ug the horses available were witnessed: To the west of the butte the until a distance of about a mile and a half from the fort the land A rare Musical Treat will be given the Patrons of the CLUB CAFE all week, by the manager being able to secure the services of the well known couple PROF. FRED GREVE, Pianist MRS. FRED L. GREVE, Violinist Recently from Seattle. If you are a lover of good music come to THE CLUB CAFE, noon and evening, all week. V. Rodgers PROP. 1 2 3 4 o 6 8 9 10 MUSICAL PROGRAMME The Club 'Cafe Marsch ..............jp. Greve Charmibg Waltz..................Waldteufel King Dodo Set.......................Luders The Darkies' Two Step................Alstjne Dorothy Waltz.....................' .Rosales Poet and Peasant Overture..............Suppe The Dazzler Marsch....................Heed The Fountain Dance Char...............Losey 111 Trovatore Set.......................Verdi Ragtime Two Pryor ,was reached. Looking southward .from YOUNG BOYS OUGHT NOT j the fort the 'Highwood TO RUN LONG DISTANCES !some 12 miles distant, an isolated range about 40 miles ris- Philadelphia Physician Draws Irvter-jible. esting and Instructive' Conciu-j "On Christmas night of the year sions From Examination of'Mara-j iS50 a hall "was given at the fort in MOTOR CAR MAN KILLED Wayerly, X. Oct. G.--W. L. Heller, of Binghamton riesident of the Sterling Motor Gar Co was stantly killed today when an fiast bound Lehigh Valley traia struck his automobile near here. The car was reduced to splinters. Mr. was driving alone. GRAND TRUNK POSSIBILITIES RAISED IT Some One Wants to Buy a Toronto thon Runners After Finishing a. honor of the completion of a house to "Building at Higher Price Race. be occupied by Major Culbertson. Ail Toronto, Oct. idea of de- mands for down town real estate is a Some surprise isjto be returned as there were no tick- the letter was received i tV at -the news that Ed. McAbee's Bea- The receipts for the games __ i. -ii i I ver Dam Lad has been sold, horse was entered in a Selling at the -coast, )a-nd the 'owner forced to let him go for in this ilA UAiia An interesting article, on distance running' is -contributed by Frank W. White, M.D.. Professor Physical Ern- cation, Temple University, Philadel- phia, to "Physical the of- ficial organ of the Physical Direct- ors' Society of the-Y. M. C. A.'s of North America. the inmates of the fort participated, and for hours the men swung their Indian wives and sweethearts in'the shown by the fact that since the sale mazy dance. In the midst of the i of the Lawlor building to the Manu- gayety Major Culbertson, who evi-' dently enjoyed himself as much as anyone, proposed that in considera- tion of certain valuable 'services ren- dered the American Fur company by Dr. White went to a great deal Of! the Hon. Thomas H. Benton, the fort facturers' Life at least four offers have been made for the" property, one of which was for more than the price recently paid. Sfr Rivers Wilson May Become Chair- man of G. T. P. and G. T.-R. Mr. Smithers, President, and Mr. Hays, Vice-president of Both. The j city will probably break all world's championship records. BASEBALL RESULTS National At Game- Philadelphia 2; Bc-ston 1. Second Philadelphia 7; Boston 1. At New York 4: Brooklyn 1. Second New York S; Brooklyn 4. At St. St. Louis 0; Chicago S. Second St. Louis 1; Chicaco 5. WESTERN Official List Sent Out Association Reaches Lamb. RESERVED by Nationa Secretary J- M. Lafb, secretary of the West- ern Canada baseball league, has.fa ceived an official copy of the list of reservations made with the National Association. Players reserved by the _ Western Canada league clubs are follows: Winnipeg: M. C. Holmes, J. L. Mill W. H. Krueger, Jerry Edmonds, Anderson, J. W. Beattie, A. F.' er, A. Easier to Shine The slightly rough surface of the ordinary stove catches the dirty quickly. It is hard to a lot of black'lead to fill in the a lot of polishing-labor to produce a bright shine. "You know that by experience. But the Sask-Alta burnished surface new finish invented by is very, very easy to polish. So smooth the dust does not cling to it. Easy to clean. Requires, very little black lead. Takes a many times more lustrous and lasting shine, Burnished surface only needs polishing- once a week, whereas an ordinary stove requires shining" every day to keep It bright- Less polishing-Iabor, less time, less black lead will be required when you have the Sask- Alta in your kitchen. Why not have it put there right away? 26 trouble to get at facts hoped, would be of assistance in solv- ing the problem as to the age at which boys should be allowed to enter endurance Eighteen years, he fixes, positively as the minimum age. CARDSTON ENLARGED which up to that time had retained] the name of the should be renamed in his honor. The Under the provisions of Subsection proposition was met with general ap- proval, and thus it is dear to every Montanian." after-effects of the strain upon sev- enty of the contestants. Only six of the seventy admitted the use of tobacco, 'and only two, the of alcohol in any form. Three of the six failed to finish. "A greater number of those competing who were engaged ia outdoor or mus- cular occupations were able to finish Tne running' of a "Marathon" race LA movement is now on foot to re- from Villa Nova College to the city hall, Philadelphia, a distance of four- teen miles, gave him an opportunity to examine the physical condition and 2, Section 5, Chapter 6 of the Ordin- ances of 190-1, His Honour the Lieu- tenant-Governor, by and with the ad- vice of the Executive Council. has''the same timc hc is unusually active Montreal, Oct. Trunk of- ficials will not make 'any statement in, regard to the rumors emanating from London, that; important changes in thc Grand Trunk directorate are impending. If any such changes are to be made it is considered improb- able that any announcement will be made until the annual meeting this month. One rumor has it that Sir Charles Rivers Wilson will retire from the directorate, and there are those who say that in the event of this'happening Mr. "A. W, Smithers would succeed him in the office, and Mr. C. M. Hays be made vice-presi- dent, with much greater executing powers than at. present. It must be remembered that Sir Rivers Wilson is now close upon eighty years of age, and might na- turally be looking to be relieved of the responsibilities-of his office. At the. American Revolution have been instrumental in creating interest in the project. In 1907 the legislature appropriated to aid in the move- v v ur u vi T llclS u.Lj.uoucLiiy V C The Daughters of I been pleased to order that the alert' and u there is any physi- of the Town of Cardston be extended reason why he should retire ht so as to include therein those por- not it. tions of the road allowances between. Others say they have good Sections 8 and -9 and between Sec- meat and five acres of ground sur-itions 9 and 10 in Township 3 rounding the fort were purchased and j 23 of the Fourth Meridian ly- surrounded by a wire fencing. Forty-Jing within the boundaries of the' said six trees were planted and drives and i Town of Cardston, and that portion walks laid out. Last winter the thc road allowance south of, the islature appropriated addition- j Indian Reserve abutting upon al to aid in the work of restoring the ltbe north boundary of the said Town old post so that it may stand as a of. Cardston, and that the said ui d pj than those m light indoor occupa- now gone forever_ monument of a phase of pioneer life LETHBRIDGE AGENTS Stafford-Agitew Co. "If you live out of town write us." tions. Fifteen of the first twenty-five fin- ishing were examined minutely, their average age being twenty-two years. They averaged five weeks spent in ;rainfng. All those finishing averag- id 20.6 years of age; those failing to finish 18.6 years. From the results the following con- were drawn: 1. The proportion is about sixteen to one in favor of those contestants not using tobacco or alcohol. 2. The most successful contestants trained a shorter time than those fail- ing and were also older. 3. The most successful contestants- averaged twenty-two years of age and all who finished averaged two yoars more ia age than those failing. 4. The percentage of failure among PRAIRIE FJRE REGULATIONS Owing to the exceedingly dry fall and the consequent danger from prairie fires the department has thought it advisable to state that in addition to the special fire guardians appointed by the minister of agricul- ture the prairie fires ordinance'pro- vides that all cotmcillors of local improvement districts, justices f the peace and all members of the Royal North West Mounted Police are fire guardians by virtue of their office, and have the power to order out to fight fires "any grown-up male per- son under'sixty, years of ag? (other than postmasters, railway station ag- ents, members of the medical pro- fession, telegraph operators, conduc- tors, engineers, brakemen, firemen, por- nons of the said Toad-allowances be annexed to the said Town Municipal- ity of the Town of Cardston. It will pay you to trade Pioneer Lumber Co. us. 242-26 reason for believing Sir Rivers Wilson will become chairman of directors'of the G. T. R. and G. T. P.-a position similar to that occupied by Sir Wil- liam Van Home on the Canadian Pa- cific that Mr. Smithers will be appointed president of botk lines. In this event Mr. Hays, is now general manager of, the Trunk and president of the G-. T. P., will be made vice-president of botk the G. T. R. and the G. T. P. It will pay you to trade Pioneer Lumber Co. with us. 242-26 those under eighteen years 01 age, or trainmen) residing or then bein- with the same preparation, was great- within ten miles-of a prairie fire or er than that of those eighteen and within fifteen .miles of a bush fire Dr. White adds: "The fact that the heart is smaller to pump the blood through the arterial area during the period of adolescence than it is when maturity is reached is a very import- ant feature in bringing about these conditions and should cause us to think twice before entering boys of less than eighteen at least, to say- nothing of boys of fourteen, ns was done in this contest." vj. u, that o: those eighteen and within fifteen miles of a bush to proceed at once to the locality of such fire and assist in extinguishing' it; and any person neglecting or re- fusing without lawful excuse to obey- any such order will be guilty of nn offence viction and liable thereof to on summary con- a penalty not ex- JEFFRIES TALKS FIGHT London, Oct who arrived in London CHILD MURDERER INDICTED TTtica, N. Y., Oct. fJr.ind Jury today returned three indict- ments against Theodore Rizzo, the Italian who is charged on the night Antelope, October 1 st We can supply you with everything you 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 what you want at right prices The Letiibridge Sporting Goods Company Edison's October Records just in from Paris, does not anticipate any developments in his prospective fight JT. of September, with having kidnapped last flight three little girls and took thorn to a culvert in the eastern section of the city, killed one of the girls outright. with Jack Johnson the heavy- mortally wounded the boy, and scr- weight championship of the world i ion sly wounded the other cirls. The during his slay in London. He is j indictments charge Eizzo with the of thc opinion that, the meetinsr will' occur in San Francisco, and he said .oday: "If Johnson is half as ready is I am for thc fight, it won't be long after my return to America before we are at it." murder of two of the children and with assault with intent to kill the other. It'will pay you to trade Pioneer Lumber Co. with us. 242.26 UPTON'S POOL Is supplied with the BEST FIXTURES IN ALBERTA And is bright and pleasant. Best Cigars and Tobaccos in stock Barber Shop in Connection Basement of Oliver Block ;