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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 9, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta FOUR THE LETHBRIDQE DAILY HERALD, SATURDAY, OCTOBER I, I Ml. EVERYBODY ENJOYS A CUP OF Sold only in sealed lead packets At all grocers 40c, 50c, and 60c per pound Toronto, Ont., Oct. Woodhouse of Toronto has issued a vrit as Osgoode Hall against John Ball, formerly of the steamer Corsi- can, claiming damages for the alleged alienation by Ball of the affections of Mrs. Amy Woodhouse. Woodhousc also obtained an injunc- tion restraining Ball from living -with Mrs. Woodhouse. SCHOOL LANDS Oct. DETROIT TIGERS WIN (Concluded from rirtl Page.) a: third, Willis to Byrne, Schmidt (lux! t-> Clarke. Three runs. PUtsburg: Leach doubled to the le't field fence. Clarke flied to Craw- ford to deep centre and Leach did not try for third after, the c.itch. Wagner fouled to Schmidt, Miller struck out. No runs. FOURTH INNING: Detroit: Donovan out, Byrne to Ab. stein. D. Jones out same way. Bush culled out on strikes. No runs. Pittsburg: Abstein singled to right. Wilson fouled .to Schmidt. Gibson {lied to left, Willis lined to Delehanty No runs. FIFTH INNING: Detroit: Abstein made a great one- handed stop of Cobb's bounder over first and beat Cobb to the bag. Sam Crawford doubled along left field foul i line. Delehanty drew a base on balls, govern-J .M'oriarity popped to Abstein. Tom Jones walked, filling the bases. Winnipe ments of the force western provinces united appeal I Schmidt singl ed to centre scoring Crawford and Delehanty but Tom j js caught at third. Leach to I Two runs. Pittsburg: Byrne flied to Leach out, Moriarity to T. Jones, f REPORT FOR WESTMINSTER S. S. have decided to make a to the Ottawa authorities for the right to administer their own school land gyrne and school land funds." This interesting announcement was SITUATION VACANT WANTED: Well educated youth of good appearance and address for Office Junior. Preference given to one who has Lad some exper- ience, is used to tele- phone, and is desirous of following a Mercantile Career. Apply by letter in own handwriting to THE Witt COMPIM LIMITED IETHBRIOSE UTL GOT THREE YEARS Victoria, B. 0., Oct. Babbage, a post office employee was today found guilty of stealing from the inails and was sentenced to three years in the penitentiary. The j tence was to the prison- er having a wife and family. DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP To all whom it may concern: Be it fore existing between E. Luciike. and A. Waddell, of the firm :of Lud- tke and Waddell, real estate agents, of in the Province of Al- berta, has this day been dissolved by mutual consent. All accounts against said firm are to be presented within .twenty-one days from the date hereof .to E. C. Ludtke, who will pay the same, and all accounts due the siid firm are to be paid to E. C..Ludtks within f our-1 WANTED juu have (o sell or to rent piice it it this column. If you waui anything use this column. 25c one insertion. 6 insertions for SI SITUATIONS VACANT woman cook at once, good plain cooking, for Hotel at Bow Island. Apply Box 1362, Lethbridge. 254-6 for mine house. Box V.. Herald offi- 251-6 made by Hon. George Coldwell, minister'of education for Manitoba, who returned last night from Regina, whert- he was iu conference with Pre- Clarke out, Donovan, to T. Jones. No; runs. SIXTH Detroit: Donovan out, Miller to Ab- The Quarterly Written Examina- tion Only names of pupils having over 30 per cent, -are published: Senior Hard-, .ing. 100, Jessie Graham 97, Eva Wat- :son 87, Marcus Dunsworth 82, Bessie Kerr 67, Willis Harrison 65, Bessie S. Kerr> 51, Susie Simm 48, Willie Mc- Keown 46; -Daisy: Stafford 33, Ruby Simm 33, Agnes Logan 32. Lav- i-rick 100, Harold. Gray 100, Margaret Naismlih 100, Margaret Kerga-a 100, Frances Dunsworth 100.. Reta Watson 100, "Agnes Kerr SO; Bernard Mc- Keowii 60, Lydia MeKeown 50. Mark English 50, Willie Fryer 34. mier Rutherford of Alberta, and Hon. stein. D. Jones flied to Leach. J. A. Calder, minister of education of Saskatchewan, on the subject. The whole question was discussed thoroughly, and the three cabinet ministers resclved to urge the co- operation of their governments in se- curing legislation towards the desired end. drew a base on balls and was cought j stealing, Gibson to Wagner. No runs Pittsburg: Wagner rolled a puny grounder to Donovan but the Detroit pitcher made a bad throw to T. Jones and Wagner was safe: Miller out, Bush to T. Jones, Wagner going tb second. Abstein struck out. Wagner j caught stealing third, Schmidt to f Moriarity, the' latter making a great one-handed catch. No runs. DECIDED TO ORGANIZE A delegation from the various build-1 SEVENTH INNING of the city met in the It will pay you to trade with us. Pioneer Lumber Co. 242-26 labor hall Thursday night to discuss the advisability of organizing a Building Trades Alliance, ing declared in favor of such a move and the local organizer was instruct- ed to write for a charter at once. Mr. Broadley was elected president and J. W. Johnson secretary. Detroit: Cobb singled ovf 2nd for his first hit of the series. Crawford out, Miller to Abstein. Cobb tried to .get j third oir the infield, but but was. A Voters' List for" f the Municipal Election t for 1909 and 1910 is T teen days from date. i boardin: Dated at the City of thei ce. 6th day of October, 1909. carpenters at once. Ap- Witness: E. 0. LUDTKE, A. WADDELL. D. R. WARE. 252-8 TENDERS addressed to the under- signed are invited-up to November 1, 1909, for the purchase ofe all or any portion of the practically new barb wire fence around .Townships 12 and 13 Range 20 West of the 4th Meridian. The fence is 36 miles long, willow posts and droppers.-. The highest ..or any tender not ne- cessarily 'accepted. W. R. HULL CO., 235-26 Calgary, Alta. NOTICE Department of Indian Affairs TENDERS'FOR TLOUR ply Oliver Manufacturing Co. 249-0 Bay Co. re- quire trained help for Dressmaking Department. Apply Manager. Hud- son's Bay Stores. 250-6 SITUATION 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. 244-12 woodsmen. Highest going wages paid. Elk Lumber Oo. F. G. Watera, superintendent, iner, B. C. 337-0 general servant. Ap- ply to. Mrs. A. L. Foster, London Ashmead.St. 247-0 open for inspection at the City Office any honrs. LETHBRIDGE MARKETS AN ALDERMAN CHOSEN Montreal, Que., Oct. Rob- illeard was selected as the Liberal standard bearer in the coming elec- Live and dressed pork has-dropped tion in. the St. James Division B. half cent pound this morning, the local legislature. There is some The. pries of cured meat however, has doubt about N. K. LaMamme, rep- not No. No. been affected by 1 Northern 0 80 2 Northern 0 77 No. 3 Northern 0 74 No. 1 Alberta Red 0 73 No. 2 Alberta Red 075 No. 3 Alberta Red 072 Oats, per cwt 0 70 Barley................. Flas Cattle on the hnof: Steers, per. Ib. 0 Cows, Ib......'...002% Hegs: lave, per cwt. 0 00 Dressed, per cwt. 0 00 Sheep: Live, per cwt. ...___ 0 00 Dressed, per cwt. 0 00 Butter and Eggs: Dairy butter 0 25 Creamery butter .....0 30 Eggs, per dozen ___ 0 30 Vegetables: Potatoes, per cwt. 1 00 Onions, per Ib.....0 00 Feed: Hay .prairie 0 00 Hay, blue joint 0 00 Hides: Dry.................. 0 12 Cured 0 Rendered Tallow-. No. 1, per Ib.......0 00 No. 2, per Ib.......0 00 025 100 resenting the Bourassa section, but friends of the latter declare he will be persuaded to make a fight. Turner Grain Commission caught, Abstein to Byrne, for a double 4- t 1 1H 6 play. Dejehanty struck out. No runs.! -Pittsburg: Delehanty f urnbled Wil-1 son's grounder and the latter .was safe at first. Gibson out. Bush to T. Jones, and Wilson was caught going to third, T. Jones to Moriarity, dup- J licating the double play made on De- troit this inning. Willis struck out. No runs. EIGHTH TN1NTNG: Detroit: Moriarity sent a high fly to Clarke. T. Jones out, Wagner to Abstein. Schmidt out, Miller Ab- stein. No runs. Pittsburg: Burne -popped .to Dele hanty. Leach out. Donovan to Jon- es. Clarke popped to Delehanty. No runs. NINTH INNLNG: Detroit: Donovan out, Willis to Ab- during office R. C. F ARRIS Acting; Secretary- Treasurer. general ser- vant. Mra. A. B. Stafford, 603 Bom- pas St. 247-0 SEALED TENDERS endbrsed "Ten-j for and addressed to the baker. ,will be received, up to j Bakery, North Ward', noon, of October 18, 1909, for delivery Apply Hygenic '253-2 on or before the loth men. and .men to of the" undermentioned quantities-'of 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 'Crows Nest, B.C. cut cordwood. Summit-Lime Wks., 249-6 FOE rooms "unfurnish- ed, cheap. 837 Cfabb St WASHING-Waihing taken IQ ,or aoae at private homes. Good work at reasonable rates. Mrs. Bothain, Torrance Ave., railway track. 232-Oj POSITION bookkeep- er, assistant book-keeper or account- ant. Have had some experience. Al rviereaces. Apply P. 0. Box 60, City. 251-6 by man and wife. Wife good cook and man need' to farm work. Apply Box A. X., Her- ald Office. 454-2 FOR SALT. FOR SALE. new rooineJ fully modern on Court- near new Central School. Apply P South Alberta Lum ber Co., Phone 225. 300-0 FOR a bargain, south half of 9-8-19. If phone 350 or call at our office, Room 11. South- ard Block. Co., Ltd. Imperial Development M 240-0 w FOR acres, improved farm, acres broken, 50 ready for next spring. Good house, barn etc Good home in good locality. Terms Apply Box 27, Herald Office. 253-4 FOR section and a half of first class land' in Township five, Eange fifteen. Price J13.00 par acre. Fo terms and particulars apply .The Canadian Real Estate Co., Room 9 Bryan Block. Phone 211. 354-6 FOR SALE FOR ply to Box O. K., 254-6 FOR SALJfr-Team of horses; gentle, and-broken to everything. Also; mares and colte. Apply 1301, Lethbridge P- O. FOR fbot awTiihg in front of Sage's former' Practically ferin St. 249-6 Ottawa; the Indian Office, at Winni- peg; the Agant's Office at Bat-! general servant. Ap- tleiord and at the Dominion Lands i to.jMrs.. John Henderson, 1251 Duf Offices at Calgary, Edmonton, Prince Albert, Battleford, Lethbridsre and f. Macleod> The flour, should fresh j WANTED-A lady assistant for" boot sacks and shoe Department; also t emporarv 100 Ibs. net and.doubb sacked. The help for Saturdays' in Drv Goods and laner sack to be of grey cotton, three Boot and Shoe. Departments. -Apply yards to, the pound, free from arcy Manager, Hudson's Bay Stores 49-6 dressing, .and to weigh six ounces .________________.___.. when made up; the outer sack to "be j __ of jute, sewn with strong twine and I WAN bench hands, FOR three' years old, harness and rubber tired buggy, 'prac- 249-6 tica'lly -new.-. Three hundred and fifty dollars. Box S., Herald. 251-6 Voters' List All ratepayers who are duly quali- fied residents residing north of the C P. R. track whose names appear on the revised -voters' list will please ap- ply EVIMEDIATELY to the Sec.-Treas. to have their names placed on the stein. D.Jones popped to Willis. Bush for the North WardI booth. at once. Apply, Oliver Manufactur- ing Co. 249-0 FOR head horses; 30 head cattle; machinery for farm and household furniture. Must all be sold ,54.000.00. Will also rent the farm, 320 acres, 2 1-2 miles from iLethbridge, improved. GO acres in fall wheat: stubble mostly turned. Stable 22 horses. House, rooms; phone, cellar and cistern. On shares .or cash. Herald: Office. to weigh fourteen ounces: sack known to trade as bushel the cuter sack to be legibly branded with the name of the manufacturer, and j first class moulders. 20Lraeham blk.. Calgary, Alta. i flied to Leach: Tuns- 850 11 00 8 00 10 50 030 0 35 0 40 125 003 10 00 13 SO U4 08% 004X 0 03% Grain Esclianue. Winnipeg. Consignments Solicited Liberal Advances Prices in store Fort William. Cars past Winnipeg, Calgary, Alta.. Oct. 7. Closing Cash Grain Closing Prices WHEAT JsTc.l Northern....-........ .961 Pittsburg: Wagner beat out a hit) to Jones. Wagner stole second with- j out any opposition. 254-7 G. W. ROBINSON, Sec.-Treas. It will pay you to trade with us. 242-26 ehanty to T. Joa'es, Wagner going to third. Abstein struck out. Wilson flied to Crawford. No runs. ililler out. Del-' Pioneer Lumber Co. i ft wif! pay you to trade with us. Pioneer Lumber Co. 242-26 9 3 4 5 c.w. .94-i issf .791 .34 JI NEXT WEEK Commencing next Monday October 11, Al. has another "excellent pro- died, gram to offer the theatrs-goers of this That said animal was insured with A VALUABLE HORSE DEAD To Whom'It May oCricern: THIS'IS TO CERTIFY that on the 13th day of September, 1909, my Hero, net weight of ilour within. Each tender must be accompanied I by an cheque in favor of the "Secretary of -the Department of In- dian on a Canadian Bank, for at least five per cent. of the amount'' of 'the' 'tender -which will be forfeited .the party tender- ing declines to enter. into a contract based on such tender Tyhen called upon to do so, or if he fails to com- plete the work contracted The unauthorized insertion of this advertisement will not be' paid for. v J. D, f- .Secretary. Department of Indian -Affairs, September 27, 1909. FALL DELrVERT OF FLOUR Quan- j Points 'of Delivery tities. Applv Box A. P 244-0 j Apply Lethbridge Iron Works Go.yj39' ;Magfjith.. FOR restaurant busi- in prosperous Southern Alberts For price, etc., apply to Box 253-6 f. 251-6 necessary. Apply Box Herald office. 251-6 for dining -room work. Mine boarding house. Bojc V. Herald office. 251-6 for .laundry. Ex- perience not' necessary'. Laundry Go. Lethbridge 252-0 cook! M. P. Barracks... Apply R. N. 252-4 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS bright young girl for office. No knowledge of stenography WANTED TO lots with or house, east end of city pre- ferred- within a radius cf three-quar- ters of a' mile from station. Only owners need apply. Terms must be reasonable. Apply Box Leth- bridge. 249-6 WANTED TO broken horses for .laundry delivery wagon. Weight between and Ap- ply Manager, CO: Lethbridge Laundry 251-0 thriving city. The Traviolas, -r champion hoop rollers, also J. the British American Live Stock As- .T sociation. Limited, ot Vancouver, B. E. c. ior and .that I have this Riley, the famous character corned- j date received a settlement in -full. Onion Lake. .At Llpydminster 207 Ma'cleod ....-700 Peigan....... At Brocket 246 HOUSE FOE Argyle Ave. per month. "-R. V Gib- bons, Ott Block. Phone 222. 252-3 ian. This with two excellent reels oil film promises to b? one of the strong- i Yours 'very trulv, Signed) M. C. CONNOLLY, V.S. Dated at' Vegreville, this buls ever presented in the city j fourth day of for the money. i AGENTS W. J. 'Walker, Goaldale Hotel. BARLEY FLAX Oct. T. E. PATTESON, Agent Lethbridge. HORSES FOR SALE FIFTEEN HEAD OF FIRST-CLASS WORK HORSES, MARES, GELDINGS, AND MARES WITH FOAL. ALL BROKE For Further Information see c. L: WALKER On the Ranch, Sec. 28-7-21, Eight and a half Miles South-east of Lethbridge. BALED HAY AND OATS In any quantity delivered in the City. Orders at A. Easton Co.'s Harness Store. Phone 103 P.O. Box 201 T. A. B ASTON GREVE_Teachcr of nounce the arrival 01 the largest andi piano .and Hannonv. MRS. FRED most complete stock of Grand Pia- j nos and player pianos ever brought! to this city. Owing to the tremen-! dous success of our contest we do j not expect this shipment to last Ions; and ask you to come in early and inspect this very beautiful stock. We! also wish to impress upon your mind j po.NY JA Fig- of Violin. "We as- sure everybody who takes lessons of us, rapid improvement in a very short time. We use the very best of methods. We -will "call at your homes. Present, address 624 Bur- dette St. Phone 320. gins. Light draying, a specialty. Storage. All orders promptly at- tended to.' Orders Harness Store. taken at City that these goods are handled by: aj strictly ONE PRICE HOUSE that' the pianos are marked in plain fig-i ures. Those holding purchase checks' save Just the amount of their checks.' all descriptions given should they wish to purchase notv. I Come in and bear the Western Play-! er Piano. Organs and used pianos! taken in exchange. Sale closes Oct. [GENERAL TEAMING Having TO rooms "'-ia modern house. Apply 1245. Bompas st- N252-6 TO dwelling on- Baron- WANTED TO sized store, or would lease lot on which to buil'd." Address Box 1997, P. 0. 53-6 LOST Oct. 4th, diamond ring. Liberal reward for return to Box 112 Lethbridge. 253-2 SYNOP3IS OF CANADIAN Agency. WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any person wno la rUe sole head OM TO black mare three years old weighing about 1200 Ibs. Star in forehead. Branded com- bination reversed D and A on right shoulder. Return to. C. W Stirling, Alta. prompt attention. Charges moder- ate. Leave orders at Brook's store, 249-6 18th. i General Teaming We do all classes of teaming on the shortest notice. Satis- faction guaranteed. If you need coal and you want best value your money will buy, ring me i delivered WM. .O.D.. TAYLOK I bought out Wm. Taylor's transfer business, I prepared to do-all Kinds of cartage. Satisfaction guar- anteed. Coal-delivered G.O.D. Geo. N. McLean, Glyn St., Phone 131. MONEY TO pay rent when we can let you have money enough to build your own house at 6 per -cent. We, loan money on all j kinds of city -property, on terms that 'cannot be made by others, because ________ __ _ __ WT ___ ___ t on Phone 201: Coal f the There A OK .1 ___ _ 11 i i J cheap. All kinds of farm loans ne- I jgotiated at 7 and 8 per cent. Be sure and see us when ESTABLISHED US54 Merchants Bank of Canada HEAD OFFICE. MONTREAL Reserve and Undivided Accounts of Merchants, Farmers and Ranchers Solicited Drafts Money Orders Letters of Savings Bank Department-v Lethhnige Branch Block, Rcdpath St. a. family, or .any male over 18 yean old, may homestead a quarter-sect jot of available Dominion laud in Man! coba, {Saskatchewan or Alberta. Tiu applicant must appear in person the Dominion Lands Agency or Bub Agency for the district. b? prosy may be made at any agencj ter o! intending homesteader. Duties. Six months' residence upoi and cultivation of the land in eaci: of three years. A homesteader live within nine miles of Hie horn? stead on a farm of at least 30 solely owned and- occupied by him 01 by his father, mother; eon, daughter brother or sister. In certain -districts a homeeteftdvi, in good standing may pre-empt quarter-section alongside hie stead. Price per Duties reside six months in uf six years from daie of entry (including the time required tc earn homestead patent) and fifty acres extra. A homesteader who bat exhanetea bis homestead right and cannot ob- tain a pre-emption may take pui chased homestead in certain distrlcta Price per acre. reside six months in each of three years, cultivate fifty acres and W.W.OOBT; Deputy Minister of tht -r Unauthoried pnbli will not P -xv bmjth St. roomed .per in. Call at 420 Smith St. Three bead of horses belong- house on j ing to Stafford Village. A big brown month. Close horse, weighing 1500 Ibs branded A 250-6 TO office suite of three rooms in Acadia building, Redpath St Apply on premises to-The C. B. Bowman Agency. with curved mark it, om 'left shoulder. in foal, branded re- versad S with, curva above on left hip. One heary horse, branded RD WANTED TO fully .modern seven or eight roomed house, near school, for immediate possession. Write J. Jones. P. O. Box 507, City. _. _. on left thigh. Reward of for 219-0 i return- to' G. Olshaski, William St., Stafford Village. J50-5 FURNISHED monthly; Apply 821 Crabb Street, South. 11 to 3 or 6 to 3 p.m. 249-0 WANTED. TO capa- ble'of accomrtiodating four gun car- riages. Would rent for a term of years. Apply Major Stewart, Box 665, Lethbridge. .251-6 TO room-in, fully modern house. Also heater stove for sale; Apply 310 Brunton St. River- view. 253-6 Oct: 4th, a diamond ring. Liberal reward for return to Box 112 Lethbridge. 253-2 white mare branded XX over O on right shoulder, .Also colt- with black manelet, no brand on Oct. 2. reward for Tetu'j to Jos. Hudah, 207 Brewery St. S50-I LOST OR STRAYED return of four mares branded LM on left shoulder, and seven geldings branded 7L on left hip. Notify A. A. Johnsttm. Lethbridge. Alta. 209-0 for. DR. C. C. CRAGG Office House 94. Office to 11, a.m.. to p.m., 1 to 8 pm and Surgeon. TYPEWRITER SUPPLIES Ribbons I 4c Carbon Paper, box 100 sheets, Copying Paper, ream, from I for the REMINGTON MACHINES to Call and get terms. WESTERN STATIONERY CO. 4t 4c FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE light red cow abont t years old ,branded ZNZ on left ribs; cow ia roan calf about 4 monthi old. One dark red cow about 2 years old, branded 2R (curvt mark above the R) dark ..Fifty "acres of land at Castlegar, B. j. C., partly clean, adjoins C. P. R. j_-1a townsite, -within one thousand feet of miles south of Win- wharf aV West Robson. .Will sell N- WSec. 28. or fnr Und in at once R A Williams, Apply Bos W. wmmtted' Alta 239-52' Herald office. 252-61 brown gelding, 5 years old, white right hind foot, white spot on forehead and white above nose, weighs about 1050 Ibs., branded dia- mond with horizontal bars from cor- ners on right .thigh. Ten dollars re- ward for return to P.: Burns Co Ltd. -N 853.2 REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 640 acres good land, well improved, plen% of running water, 8 miles from E. R. and town; 100 acres in fall -wheat, 25 acres timothy, 200 acres ready for spring crop; 24' head of horses and. cattle; also a complete out- fit of -farm machinery; everything gees for per acre. This is a big bargain. Good Terms. 320 acres good land, no improve- ments 11-2 miles from R.R. arid town. per acre. Good Terme. Level building Iota, well can be had for. a short tune for -each. cash, balance per month. GALVIN-HATFIELD A.....CO.; Phone 457 S. 12 Tp. 11, R. 15, one dark grey filly, two years old branded L7 on right thigh. reward for in- formation leading to the recovery, or return to .Pearson's stable, Taier or F. Litchfield, Raymond. 153-6 NOTICE The firm of A. Eastoh and Ce. has been dissolved, to be replaced by A. Ti.J Easton, Ltd. It ig important that all accounts due the first mentioned Office Room 1 Ott Block, company be paid before October 15th 249-0 as alter that date they will be placed in the hands of A iolicitot. 837-94 ;