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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 8, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta "i FOUR THE LETHBRI DGE HERALD. FRfDAY, OCTOBER 8. ITS PURITY ITS FLAVOR ITS FRAGRANCE ITS RELIABILITY Arc responsible for ITS ENORMOUS SALE of i packers annually 1 GREAT CRUSH ATPITTSBURG Championship Baseball Con- test Draws Bi? Crowds SITUATION UIP11T WANTED Sealed lead packers only 40c.. 50c. and per pound At uli grocers. He Murdered His Wife! i Uli i a H I DLilLil MAIL SER Pittsburg, Pa., Oct. is ex-; pec.ted to be record-breaking crowd for a world's championship base-ball. game began to gather early at; Forbes' Field today to withcss the; opening contest of th'e big series be-; tween Detroit, the three times chain-'. pions of the American League, and: Pittsburg, the winner of the National League pennant. Those who were not lucky enough nor rich enough to secure reserved seats bcsd-.ecl the gates at an early hour. The sates were opened several hours before the game was scheduled to begin, but an immense1 crowd was on hand when Commencing Monday, Oct. llth tm- lhe portais wero tiirowa opcn. A; ton, discovered his mother dead in an j post office at Seven Persons will re-: tremendous rush for scats followed1 upper hall of his homo. The boy's! ceive mails daily each way by trains jn a short. time all but the shrieks brought the neighbors, who j Xo. 215 and 214. found him senseless, beside his moth- j Whitla will receive mails daily ex- er's body. In his grief and horror, jcept Sunday from train No. 213 pass- youth uud New York, Oct. Liberty, N. Y., despatch to the World, says that; ccive additional on returning from school at ihe noon- j ginning next recess yesterday, young Horace Ben- Seven Persons and V.'hitla are to re- postal facilities bc- of good appearance address for OfHcu Junior. Preference given to one who has had some exper- is used lo tele- phone, aud is desirous of following a Mercantile Career. Apply by letter in own Handwriting to "THE !lOT DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP To all whom it may concern: Be it fore existing between E. C. Ludtke and A. Waddell, of the firm of Lud- tke and Waddell, real estate ascents, Good house, t in good locality 27, Herald .Offica.' etc. Terms. WISCELLANEOUS.FOR SALE, of horses Settle and broken to Also mares and coHs 1301, Lethbridge P. 0." very- everything. Apply BOX 252-6 general ser- vant. Mrs.'-A. iJ. Stafford, 603 Bom- pas St.: 253-2 -would rise. Detroit: Crawford grounded to Ab- drowned hyjst-in ancl out at first. Miller ran the NOTICE Department of Indian Affairs TENDERS FOR FLOUR SEALED TENDERS endorsed "Ten- ders for. and addressed to the undersigned, will be received up to noon-of-October 18, 1909, for delivery on or before the 15th November next, i Scandinavian girl Steady work. Alexan- dra Cafe., 247-O I'....: men to work in Sug- ar Factory, and on farm of Knight Sugar Co.'-at Eaymond. Apply at Eaymond ofiice: 248-6 WANTED AT ONCE-An A. 1 fore- OATS a volcanic outburst of the local par-i-tyine first base and j caught Delahanty's fly. Gibson rah I to the boxes and caught Morairty's GRAIN MARKETS c-vr- 'foul. v Pittsburg: Clarke flied to D. Jones. Beaton was about 51 years old. Her husband maintains his composure and swears he knows nothing about the case' of her death. BARLEY FLAX Oct. Winnipeg, Oct. opened f Wagner -was hit by a -pitched ball unchanged and .-closed unchanged to -J-j but the umpire refused to allow lower. All markets opened a'shade'" j under yesterday's close but opening quantities c carpenter w Work also FOR SALE-25. foot awning h oi. Sage's former stand. Practically new. .R. Sage. FOR SALE-18 Bead horses 30 S 6i for larm household furniture. Must all be Will also rent e T acre8'' 2 1-2 miles from iLethbndge, irrigated, improved S acres in fall stubb e month, An ter ?o Sd two last five or Stacey Lum- men and men to cut cordwood. Summit Lime Wks' Crows Nest, B. C 249-6 T. E. PATTESON, Agent L36i Jprices were the lowest of the dar- The market strengthened and soli un i about one cent from -low price, clos- LetLbridge. FIFTEEN HEAD OF FIRST-CLASS WORK HORSES, MARES, GELDINGS, AND MARES WITH FOAL. For Further Information see G. L. WALKER On the Ranch, Sec. 28-7-21, Eight and a half es South-east of Lethbridge. to go to first. Wagner stepped on the' ball. Miller stole second. Abstein struck out. No runs Detroit: Mcl-atyre batted for T, ing at lower, '-VorU's great cateh of ments exclusive of 'are at is a good demand for December opened May 103J; closed, December 102J- May 103-J. December opened May 102 1; closed, December 99f- May 102-1. October opened 96f; De- cember May closed, .October December 94; May 983-. Oats. October, December, 32f Mav BALED HAY AND OATS In any quantity delivered in the City. Orders taken at A. Easton Co.'s Harness Store. Phone 103 p.Q. Box 201 A. B A S T O LETHBRI DGE MARKETS 1 Northern. o 80 2 Northern o 77 No. 3 Northern 074 1 Alberta Red o ,73 Alberta- Red: p751 No. ,3 Alberta Red......-... o 72j Oats, per ewt................. 070 Bai-ley ......................025 Mclntyre's .short fly. Schmidt flied to ,Leach. Mullln struck out. No runs. i..-. i- v. SCORE BY Pittsburg 000 5'0 Detroit ,100 000 6 3 general servant Ap- ply to Mrs. John Henderson 1251 Duf ferin-St, 0 It will pay you to with ut. Pioneer Lumber Co. 24246 PROF. FRED of Piano and Harmony. MRS. FRED Teacher of Violin. "We as- j.- everybody who takes lessons i aciver Cement will not '.be paid for. of -us, rapid improvement in a very! J. D. McLEAN flour., or any .portion, .thereof, at the points named herein. ..Flour-to-be equal to the standard sample .which may be viewed in the Department of Indian "Affairs., at Ottawa; the Indian Office, at Winni- peg; the Indian Agent's Office: at" Bat-L tleford; and at the Dominion Lands j FOE rooms unfunrisV Offices at Calgary, Edmonton, Prince i ed, cheap., 837 Crabb Albert, Battleford, Lethbridge and Macleod. The flour should be fresh ground, put up, in, sacks containing 100 Ibs. double sacked. The inner sack to be of grey cotton, three, yards to the pound., free from any dressing, and to weigh, sis ounces when made up; the outer sack to be of jute, sewn, twine and to weigh fourteen buitces; sack known io trade outer sack to branded -with the name of the "and! net weight of flour within.' Each. tender must be accompanied by an accepted cheque, the "Secretary "of the Department of In- dian on a- Canadian Bank, for at least five, per of .the amount of, the tender which will be forfeited .if ...the..party tender- ing .declines to enter "into a, contract based on 'such tender '-when, called upon to do so, or if he fails to cdm- plete, the work contracted for. Th e unauthorized1; insertion" of lady assistant for boot and shoe, department; also temporary in Dry Goods .and Boot and Shoe Departments. Apply Manager, Hudson's Bay Stores. 49-6 WANTED-Carpenters, bench haSds at once. Apply, Oliver Masufsctrrr- .m? 249-0 -WANTED-Two first class moulders. Apply Lethbridge Iron Works Co Ltd- ;251HS bright young girl for omce. knowledge of stenography '.Apply Box S., Herald: office. short time, .of methods, homes, dette St. Phone 320. We. iiee the .very best i address :624t Bur-1DePartment of Indian Affairs, Secretary. PONY 384. J. Fig- 1 -gins. Light draying a specialty. Storage. All orders ..promptly at- taken at City tended to. Orders Harness Flax Cattle on the "hoof: Steers, per Ib. 0 Cows, Ib 0 02 Hegs: Live, per b 00 Dressed, per cwt. 0 00 Sheep: Live, per cwt. 6 00 Dressed, per cwt. ....1250 Butter and Eggs Dairy butter 0 25 0 30 030 The old Freight Shed north of track Parties purchasing to remove same and clean up ground within thirty days. Proposals for same will be re- ceived up to Monday, September 27th Creamery butter Eggs, pc-r dozen Vegetables Potatoes, per cwt. Onions, per Ib Feed: Hay ,pr'airie Hay, blue joint 0 00 Hides: Dry 0 12 Cured Rendered Tallow r No. 1, per. Ib. 0 00 No. 2, per Ib. 0 00 1 00 0 00 S 50 11 00 4 50 15 00 0 30 0.35 0 40 1 25 0 03 10 00 13 50 U4 September 27, FALL DELIVERY OF 'Quan- Agencies Points of Delivery titles. .At Battleford .275 sacks Onion Lake. .At Lloydminster 207 Blood.... .At Macleod 700 Peigan.....v.At Brocket ..V'j 246 F.or the municipalitv of Macleod; one police con- stable. Apply, with references to E Forster Brown, .Secretary Treasiirer 251-3 turned. Stable 22 hor rooms; phone, cellar and cistern bn Apply BOX A P Herald Office. 2440 ?OR restaurant busi- M prosperous Southern Alberta. pnce, to Box 253-6 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS vate family. Bos M. Herald. TO BITY-2 lots with or .east-end of city'pre- fr7. f erred within a radius of throe-quar- ters of a mile from station Onlv t be Apply Box 1936, Leth- 249-6 ge- WANTED TO broken try delivery wagon, between and: 1.200 Ap- T-J.T_V_'- i _. Ply Manager, Lethbridge Co. Laundrv 251-Q WANTED TO LEASE-Medum SS' Kt build. Address Box 1997, P. 0. to 63-c LOST head of horses belonf- ing to Stafford Village. A big browi horae, weighing 1500 Ibs. branded A withi curved mark above it, on left shoulder. Mare, in branded re- verssd S with curve above on left nip. One heavy horse, branded RD on left thigh. Reward of for return to .G.- Olshaeki, William St Stafford Village. 250-5 dining work. Mine boarding house Herald office. room Box 251-6 WANTED-Women; for laundry.' .perience not Lauhdry Co. all descriptions given prompt attention.' Charges ate. Leave orders. at Brook's store NorthWard. 249-6 G Z N E RAL TEAM ING Having bought out Wm..Taylor's transfer business, to do all ixinds of cartage.; Satisfaction guar- anteed. Coal delivered C.O.D. Geo. McLean, Glyh St., Phone 131. necessary. Lethbridge 252-0 M. Apply OR. N; W. white mare branded X pver right shoulder. Also colt with black no 'brand Lost oii Oct. 2. reward for return to Jos. Hudah, 207 Brewery St. S50-8 FOUND FOTJND-One UnioTi Bank book, near new Public School. Ap- ply Herald Office. 251-0 TO RENT LOST OR STRAYED WHY ARE YOU PAYING When you can secure a house of your own paying us monthly instalments equivalent to rent. If interested, write Box 2053 City P. 0. 248-6 MONEY TO pay rent _ when we can let you have, --money j enough to build voter own house at cent. We loan money on all j kinds of city property, on terms that cannot be made by because i.we get the money from where it is j cheap. All kinds'of farm loans ne- gotiated at 7 and 8 per" cent. Be sure n h4V see us you want monev. Phone 394. Block. SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS Empire Land Co.. Ott '252-0 Sale! The Alberta Hallway and Irrigation Co, LETHBRIDQE; To-morrow Saturday AT 2.30 PROMPT FRANK G. WADDINGTON instructed by S, Williams, will sell by Public Auction at Bcnnel! Furman's Livery Barn 1 Team of Hordes, 6 and 9 years old 1 Bay Horse, 4 years All well broken" and quiet AUCTIONEER'S OFFICE: wiio is me sole head 01 a family, or any "male over 18 yearr old, .may hottsestead a quarter-sect) 01 o{ available Dominion land in Mani t-oba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. Th> applicant must appear in person Dominion Lands Agency or Sub Agency for the district. Ent-y bj proxy may be made at any agencj tiir of intending homesteader. Six months' residence upoi and cultivation of the .land m -ea'ct of three years. A homesteader maj live within nine miles of nie home; stead on a farm of at lenst 60 acrei solely owned and occupied by him o: by his father, mother, son, daughter' .HOTJSE. FOR RENT-On Ave. per month. -R. V Gib- bons, Ott Block. Phone 222. 252-3 TO RENT-Comfortable rooms in modern house. Apply, 1245 Bompas bt- 252-6 TO dwelling on Baron- ess, Road, corner of Bartlett. Ront 525 per month. Apply 0. B. Bow- man Agency. 250-0 brother i or sister. In certain districts in good standing homesteader may pre-empt quarter-section alongside his home stead. Price per acre. Duties -Must reside ab: months in eacc uf six years from date .of homestead entry (including tbe time required tc earn homestead patent) and fifty .acres extra. A homesteader who hae exhanetea bis homestead right and cannot ob tain a pre-emption may take pur chased homestead in? certain districts Price ?3.0Q per .acre. "eside six months in each of years, cultivate fifty acres and hoiiEs wc'tb GO Deputy tbe publi- thio advertiseireat will not for. TO roomed house -on Smith St. per month. 13. CallL at 420 Smith St. Clcse 250-6 TO office suite of three rooms, in Acadia building, Kedpath St Apply on premises to The C. B. Bowman Agency. r 219-0 REWARD-Fo-r return of four mares branded LM on left shoulder. and seven geldings branded 7L on left hip.- Notify A. A. Lethbridge, Alta. 209-0 light red cow about 8 years old ,branded ZNZ on left ribs; With cow is roan calf about 4 months' old. One dark red cow about 2 years old, branded 2R (curve mark above the R) on left ribs.; with cow dark red calf about 4 weeks old. Lost 1 mile east and 2 miles south of Win- nifred, Alta., on. N. W. 1-4 Sec. 28. Finder notify at once R A Williams, Winnifred, Alta 239-52 WANTED Td fully modem seven or eight roomed house, near school, for immediate possession. Write J. Jones, P. O, Box 507, City.- STRAYED. OR STOLEN-Bay yearling mare colt, branded O over O on left shoulder. Left ear split and part of it gone. reward for return to J- L. Cardwell, 1 1-2 miles west of Taber. brown gelding, 5 old, white right hind foot, white spot on forehead 'and white ..above 'nose, weighs about 1050 Iba., branded dia- TYPEWRITER SUPPLIES Ribbons for all I Carbon Paper, per box 100 sheets, from Copying Paper, from Agents for the REMINGTON MACHINES to Call and get terms. WESTERN STATIONERY CO, FTJR5TCSKED ROOM-53 monthly' Apply 821 Crabb Street, South. 11 to 3 or 6 to 8 249-0 with horizontal bars from cor- ners ou right- thigh. Ten dollars re- ward for return to P. Burns Co. WANTED TO REXT-A six or seven room all modern- house. Apply at Ltd. S53-2 S. 12 Tp. .11, E. 15, one dark grey filly, two years old branded L7 on right thigh. Sis' reward lor in- formation, leading to the recovery, or once to The Canadian Real Estate ireturp to Pearson's stable, Taber or Co., room 9, Et-yan Block, Phone 21-fI 249-S WAJSFTED TO RENT- ble of -Buildinj four gv capa- car- F. Litchfield, Ra.ymond. 253-6 REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 640 acres good land, well improved, 665, Lethbridge. 251-6 room in fully modern hoxise. Also heater stove to? sale. Apply 310 Brunton St. Rivet- view. 253-6 FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE ..Fifty acre? of land at Castiegar, B C., partly clean, adjoins C. P, R townsite; within one thousand feet of wharf at.- West -Robson. .Will gell cheap for cash'or; trade ior land in Southern Alberta. Herald of5oe. Apply Box W. C., wheat, 25 acres timothy, 200 acres ready for spring 24 head, of horses and cattle; also a complete out- fit of farm machinery; everything goes for por acre. This is a big, bargain. Good Terms. 320 acres good land, no improve- ments 11-2 miles from R.R. and town. per acre. Good Terms. Level building lots, well located, can be.had for a short time for each. cash, balance per month. GALVTff-HATFIELl) A Phone 457 Offic- Boom 1 Ott Block. ;