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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 1, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LtTMBRIOUC MlRALft. WEDNCIDAY, 'SEPTEMBER I, Ittf SPORTS AND AMUSEMENTS MOVING (PICTURES. ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE, BASEBALL'S DANGER IS !N TAGGING SASE RUNNER Tlu- most dangerous play in base is putting the ball on a slid- ing base runner. A. runner breaks from .first for a The catcher snaps the ball down to the second baseman. The runner sees that it is going to be He hurls himself toward the- base, feet first, in a mad race with the ball. Tne- second baseman has to look two ways. He has to watch the on- coming ball and the hurtling player, with his murderous spikes in the fore. If he steps out of the way he misses his man. If he stays the steel spikes may bo driven deep into Ins flesh. But, he never falters. The ball lands in his glove with a spat, he drops his hands arid the ball is on the player. "''You're yells the umpire and waves the 'player to the bench. It's as easy as That "unless" is what breaks their nerves. A a foot in the way and spikes are.driven into sound .flesh, the player limps from the REMARKS ON THE SIDE Hutchinsou, Kansas, is rapidly be- coming civilized. A player of that team named Hardin swatted the um- pire over the bean with a bat, "Come west, young Jeffries, Wright and Thaw almost j ran u dead heat in the Publicity Derby, a fortnight ago. Roosevelt, who is bad of Mo, didn't fin- ish in the money. The Vancouver World says: "Se- attle is dickering for an outfielder who has been making a fine record j in the Twilight League." Joe late of Tennessee is scouting for the j Seattle club that league, and this j j particular fielder has Joe's O.K. The season in the Twilight League closes or. September C, and Dugdale wants to land his man before that time, so he-can look him over before the Northwestern League closes." In all probability Chesty Cox is the player referred to. Manager Dftgdale has been negotiating- with the Leth- bridge club for his sale. Cox is con- cealed the league's best baiter. 1 He Wko laughs list Best 2 If it Don't Concern You So KG: la the evening, by the moonlight, dear Louise ..____ PRICES i5c AND 25c Wilson C? Wilson In a Big Musical Comedy Act The Thatens In another fun- ny sketch entitled "Two Dutch Little Teddy, in comic songs PAGE PI LYCEUM CONCERT COMPANY field and is out for days, or maybe forever. Performance Well Received by Large TOOKE'S for 25c. IRON FRAME for SOc. TOOKE BROS. LIMITED, MONTREAL MAKERS OF SHIRTS, rni i TIES. IMPOR- TERS OF MEN'S FURNISHINGS. Taber Audience. Taber, Aug. concert given by the "Lyceum Concert Company" in the Taber Opera House on Monday night was a grand "success and met with a large and -very appreciative audience. Manager May can. be congratulat- e-d on his company, as well as on the part he takes in'the programme. After the opening piece "Medley Overture" i Miss Clark rendered "'eCmcna" with splendid effect.. Her beautiful voice and soared completely electri- fying her audience. Miss Simm sang her usual, beautiful style. In .her j rendering of the "Encji an tress" her rich musical voice showed up .splen- didly and won great applause..'- The violin solos by Mr. Lav-ion were great ly appreciated, ami showed skill and ability. 'Mr. Cooper's baritone, solo brought down the house. His songs just suited his 'big beautiful-voice. The quartette by Misses Clark and Simm Messrs. Lay ton. and Coop- were most- artistically and per- fectly rendered, as were also the duets j'by Chirk and Simm. and Me's- jsr.s. Ely and Cooper. Each member j brought forth rounds of applause and j encores. Ely as accompanist was nus'ter of the art. They Fit-Finish-Style in the BOULEVARD CASTLE for 50c. JOHNSTONE ters and solicitors. Office adjoin- ing Union BanX Lethbridge. L. M. J. Norman Ritchie. KLING SAYS HE WILL MANAGE A TEAM Bundle Forks 65c m o Grain o m X Scoops Ea. o o Daily Herald Market Place you have to tell or to rent it it this ccluni. If you want anything use this column. 25c oae insertion 6 insertions fur SI SITUATIONS VACANT PROPERTY FOR SALE FOE double lot Westminster Road. A Apply Box 435, City. FOR lots corner Argyle Westminster, Apply P. Box 614. 219-4 FOR Remington with, tabulator, at a bargain, Apply Citizens Lumber yard. 18770 1-OR SALE-Stable, must be moved'- from property. Apply Geo. W Whel. en, Lethbridge Woollen Co, 199-0 lor. j FOR SALE Apply Lethbridge Laundry Co. 184-0 dining Balmoral Hotel. room girls. 215-0 j assistants I and apprentices to dressmaking. Ap- ply Mrs. T. W. Cut bill and Redpath streets or P 0. Box' 502 217-6 to do work in small family 49 Argyle Ave. light house- Good wages; 219-0 once, a good general servant. Apply to Mrs. .E. G. Hazell, cor. Courtland and Burdett Sts. -220-6 new seveo roomeJ fully modem house on Couttg new Central School. Apply P" MacMurphy, Mgr. South Alberta Ltun ber Co., Phone 225 LOST work horses bearing col- lar marks, one tall black horse weigh- ing about 1300 aged 10 years and one, a bay with heavy mane weighing 1350, aged 11 years. Strayed from laber about Aug. 13th. reward for information leading to recovery or return to Tainter's Livery, vvire Henderson Bros. 1JMJ We are still serving the usual GOOD MEAL at the woman to" do general i Kedpath St. 220-6 once, class tin- smith. Alta. LOST OR STOLEN-A halter and 100 feet chain taken from c, cow belong- ing to J. H. Wallace. 'Finder will please return to J. H Wallace. dett St. Apply J. H. Rieve, 'Macleod, 220-6 good smart boy (wanted, to learn .'.press "'work at the Herald office. Apply at once. 221-0 I I ..la borers. Apply j.J. -E. Lussier, opposite fire hall. 221-5 mare two years old, branded S monogram JT.. on left shoulder. reward for 'her return to J. H. Hooper, Bompas St., east of Westminster Ed good general servant. I Aply Mrs. W. C. Simmons, 320 Ash- -jm'ead'.St. 222-0 good lady cook to go on ranch. Apply Mason- Land Co., or write C.L. Walker, City, '222-6 night Aug. 28th on uail between Lethbridge and Eay- mond, ladie's linen coat, trimmed lace (mauve will receive reward Herald office. leaving- at LOST OR STRAYED T. E. PATTESON Oliver BlocTc. Phone 267. SITUATIONS WANTED you; -want any carpets to be sewn together or mended, ap- T W 0 O F I Ply to Box Lethbridge. 217-6 the best Re-i by thoroughly accountant. Joint stock sidential Lots! company work a specialty; Best ref- erences. Apply Bos X., Herald. 221-2 Kansas City, Aug. "Sling, the baseball catcher, formerly of the Chicago National Baseball club, will manage an eastern team in either the National or -American leagues i next year. This'statement was made i by Kling today after he had wired Griffith, manager of Cinein- j riati Nationals, 'declining Griffiths offer to join, his club next season. "I have two propositions new be- fore said Kling, "and I surely will accept one o! them. j y0ll can Say J -win- back in base- tion to come back again soon and I ball next year as the leader of an east in Lethbridge on Glyn Street, close in, each, on easy reasonable rates. Mrs. Botham, Torrance Ave., beside railwav track. taken in or ctone at private homes. Good work 222-Ox OLD EMPLOYEE KILLED Made in Berlin by" At 2 for 25c. you can buy this shape In Elk Brand, named "NEWPORT." 108 4: i as the appearance of a car to keep it clean left with a very urgent invita- give-them another musical treat. eni The Standard Sarage Co, Phone 343. Wood St, North City Market educated St. Paul, Minn.., Aug. Engin-i lady wishes position of trust as' cash- eer Walter D. for fifty years inihe -service of the Northern Pacific ivas instatitly killed, and ten persons -svere injured, six of them or inaaagress. Good references. Box M.S. Herald Office. 222-0 TO HENT. when the eaetbound North j TO office suite, of three iCoast Limited train of the Northern rooms in Acadia building, Kedpath Pacific road ran into-a work train St Apply1 on premises to The- C. B. while, rounding a cux-e a half mile east of Detroit, Minn., last .evening. Bowman Agency. 219-0 The train was two hours ,late and j modern TO, A furnished house with About April 1st from" camp three miles west- ef Lethbridge three geldings. One dark bay weigh- "-C- ing about 1450 Jbs., branded P shoulder left hind anile large. One' light bay branded P left shoulder, weighing abont 1450 Ibs. One bay weighing about 1500 Ibs., slick, foundered oa front feet, somewhat' lame, foretop and mane under col- lar shorn. All in good condition. Thirty dollars reward for informa- tion that will lead to their recovery of the three, or_ for any one of them: Alta. Notify Janse Bros.. Camrose, 200-30 return of four mares branded LM on left and seven geldings branded 7L on left hip. Notify A. A. Lethbridge, Alta. 209-0 Sec. 32-11-21, early in June, one dark sorrel gelding about ten years old, rangy built large hock joints" no brand, -weight about 1200 Ibs. Pinder will be re- warded by returning to or address- ing L. 0. Barrett, Bairhffl, Alia. 15-12 N.W, Sec. 18. Twp. 14, Rge. 18 one bay mare, blrnd in Tight conveniences. Available was running 50 miles an'hour when j Sept. 12 next. Apply John D. Hig- it hit the work'train. The baggage inbotham- 219-0 and mail cars turned, over and land- j FTjENisjffED ROOMS-to.leCi erl in a swamp. WE CAN SELL YOUR LAND FOR can sell your land a t prices' that can't be beat. We can sell you good lantT from up to ?16.00 per acre, in any quantity from one quarter up to as much as 150 sec- itions in one block. Terms, one-tenth modern house. Terms moderate. Ap- ply Mrs. Jpnesv. third house from Round on south side of Brunton St. 199-0 .rent in fully modern house. Apply Mrs. Nield, 528, Bartlett. 217-6 i of the purchase price in cash and the rr.Q (balance in nine eq-ual annual instal- ments with interest at 6 per cent, on the unpaid balance. The Empire Land Co.. upstairs in Ott Block. P.O. Box 60. Phone 394. 191-0, room in ful- ly modern house. Apply 2nd house west of baseball Grounds, Brunton St.. 218-6 SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH WEST LAND REGULATIONS TO furnished room, suitable for two gentlemen. 424 Smith St., close in." 220-6 I_________________________________ j TO modern house on Bart- 'let St... per month. Apply A. M. Matulis, Room 4 Bryan eye> halter attached Weight about 1400 Ibs. place two weeks ago. Stirns, Sundial, Alta No brand. Came to my Apply 0. A: 217-6 the Cannon ranch 17 miles south of Lethbridge about Aug. 20, one'cow branded HOS on left ribs, Iso had picket rope and stake fastened to her. Owner can have same by paying for this ad. 17-6 STRAYED OR STOLEN-One bay gelding 3 years old, bra-nded Lazy B on right hip, also 18 on light shoul- der. One white hind foot. Reward of given for return to Ed. Cockrill, Torrance Ave. Ward. North 222-4 LAND WANTED LAND of Leth- bridge, from a half to four sections good land, steam plow proposition. Distance from railroad no object, State lowest pricfe and best terms Purchaser, P.O. Box 97, Lethbridge, Alberta. 217-6 Any person wno is ttte aole bead o: j OFFICE TO Shepard Blk.. a family, or any male over 18 yean i over the Good Co., best location in Aug. instantly. Borque lived minutes r.i'1 Hoi- i after reaching a hospital. of seventy-five miles an hour, had fought his way to fourth place in a Shells "that' BRING DOWN THE BIRDS are inanufacttired by a few' firms. Not all, however, give as much to the loading of the shells as the matter demands. We carry a line of the best PAPER AND METALLIC SHELLS for shot grins and rifles of every black and smoke- less powder shells in stock. ThelitUridjie Sporting Goods Co, The only store in Lethbridge that handles sporting goods exclusively ohanician, were killed j Motor SpH.-ihvny. j He. .C'l'ini: the nUt- of si-vontv-five ditch-d. Hol- A sudden veering, a skid, and the j car was. in the ditch with its occu- field greatest pi- lots and most pow-erfxil speed machin- es in America. ck had battled to fourth place j Bourque was the Springfield, Mass. j h. the Prest-0-Life contest of 250 j man who finished second to Chevrolet j miles. The tragedy accurred on the i in the Cube race at Crown Point. j fifty-fourth lap, when Bourque, hurl- j Holcombe was twenty-two years of broker, and he died ing. his Car through space at the rate j age and native of Grandville, Mass. A.'RSHiP ARRIVED Berlin, Aug. nir-; ship Zeppflin III, with Count Zep-j pelin at the hchn. arrived at Berlin i shortly after noon totluv. The vov-! i age from Frfdrichshnfen, where the! .start made at 4.30 o'clock day morning, was marked by an ac-, delay en route. The Emperor him-' self witnessed the a.rnval of the air- i ship today. WANTED UPTON'S POOL ROOM Is supplied with the BEST FIXTURES IN ALBERTA And is cool, bright .and pleasant... Best Cigars and Tobaccos in stoci Shop in Connection Basement of Oliver Block n and Helpers Apply to T. M. EVANS, LETHBRIDGE. old, may homestead a quarter-aectiop of available Dominion land in Mani- toba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. Tbt applicant must appear in person the Dominion Lands Agency or Sub- Agency for the district. Enfrr bj proxy may be made at any agency ter of intending homesteader. months' residence upon and cultivation of the land in of three years. A homesteader maj live within nine miles of nis home stead on a farm of at leaat 80 i city. per month. Partly ixir- nished with desk, chairs, etc. J. B. Kelsey, P. 0. Box 448. TENDERS 221-0 WESTERN CANADA AGENCY, LTD., require oil tank, weight Ibs. lowering into excavation. Blocks, ropes and jacks supplied. Further .pjuljtculars at offices, Macdlonald Block. Tenders must be. in Friday next at 12 o'clock. 222-2, Apply 221-6 BOARD AND ROOM ROOMS AJfD steady young- men. Apply Mrs. W. Carter, east of Maternity Hospital, N. Ward. 217-6 solely owned and occupied by him 01 __________________________________ by his father, mother, eon, daughter, j young lady, furnish- brothet or sister. ed room in modern home. 'Applv Box In certain, districts a honaesteadu y Herald office in good standing may pre-empt quarter-section alongside his home stsad. Price per acre. Duties. 220-0 room, centrally located, 222- -I- i. T Tl -Must reside six months in eacfi conveniences. Box of six years from date of homestead B- Herald._________________ entry (including the time required to j earn homestead patent.) and cultivatt j MISCELLANEOUS FOB SALE. fifty acres extra. A homesteader who bat exhausted j FOE section adjoining b-.s hornestead right and cannot ob- i townsite good water, 25 acres improv- tain a pre-emption may take pui j per acre, chased homestead in certain districts A.A AA is ir JjOtiiltj. J-VJUJIl Price per acre. .reside six months in each of tbref I _ _ years, cultivate fifty acres and a house worth W.W.COBY. NOTJCE Persons having accounts against the Alberta Sheep Coy., Limited, will send them in -at once as this company has sold out. Address J. W. Baw- den, Secy.-Treas., Alberta Sheep Coy., Limited. 220HL M Mauis 4 Rrv- n "ish 4- TENDERS WANTED Applications for the leasing of the dining room department to be opened the first week in October in the Vic- toria Mansions, corner of Redpath and Cutbill streets will be received up until September llth, the space devoted for that purpose is located in the centre suite on the ground floor and includes public 3 din- ing rooms, modern kitchen bed room store room, bath room and laundry, all ste m The owner same if necessary. Prefer- ence will be given to experienced wo- man cook with capable assistant. Ap- ply by letter only to Fred W. Down- FOR foot awning in front er, Hotel Coaldalo, Lethbridge. 22-4 publi win not fnr of Sage's former stand. new. ii. Sage. Practically 217-0 I POTATOES FOR i three lots. Buyer to dig and cart away. orders lor ciraying of j What offers, all kinds promptly attended to. i Herald. John Cantin, Hill Block. 212-26! Apply E. Faunch, c-o NOTICE NOTICE is hereby given that in ac- on cord an ce with the provisions of The 'Irrigation Act the Municipality of JFQTI Young fresh rfcilch cow General Teaming t -rt i lamv 2 1-2 miles from city We do all classes of teaming on the shortest notice. faction guaranteed. If yoxi need coal and you want the best value your money will buy, see me. Coal must be paid for on delivery. E. J. TICKNER Box 454. 1268 Redpath St. M M fr-M j TENT FOR 8ALE-10xl4x3 tent, 8 j close weave duck, brand .new, com- plete with poles and pins, also floor 4- for same. Apply J. Kelsey, T> 4 4Q 220-3 P.O. Box 448. 221-2 4- FOR milch cows quite fresh with calves by sides. Quiet find guaranteed to handle. Also 5 yr. old mare with foal. Well broken to saddle and harness and a two seat- ed carriage. Prices reasonable. Can be seen at 35, T, 7, R. 18. 222-2 the City of Lethbridge filed ..the necessary memorial and plans requir- ed by Sections 13 and 15 of the said Act with the Commissioner of Irriga- tion at Calgary Alta. The applicant municipality appli- es for the right to divert forty cubic 1 feet of water per second from the Belly River on the southeast quarter nf Section 36 Township S, Range 22, west of the 4th Meridian, for other waterworks purposes and for the right to construct the necessary works, as .shown by the memorial and plans filed to enable the water so diverted to be used for the said other water- works purposes in the streets, lanes and roads of the city. Dated at Lethbridge, Alta., this 4th dny of August, 1909. C. F. P. CONYBEARE. Solicitor for Applicants. ;