Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 8, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta
TUt LtTHBRIDUC LAILY HERALD WEDNEtDAY, SEPTEMBER I, I Ml MOVING ICTURES. ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE James In an Irish, Comedy Sketch TheThatens In Another Fnnny Sketch, entitled A Furnished Room To Let" Their farewell week. Little Teddy, everybody ?spe PICTURES 1 KHI'S Messenfer 2 Mikiif Mtfiif Fictires PRICES i5c AN? 2Sc September 7th, 8th and Following Days at Mrs, DOllGLAS'S WESTMINSTER ROAD NORTH WARD A Hearty Invitation Extended to all Ladies MONARCH GRAIN CO. REFERENCE: BANK OF MONTREAL Members Winnipef Grain Exchange and Toronto Board of Trade. Representing exporters, New York, Boston, Chicago, Montreal and Also millers in Ontario, and. largest handlers in America. do not ask you to ship your grain unless our prices are better than other dealers. Write for any information, and get our card on prices. Orders on Winnipeg options carefully executed on reasonable margins. OUR LETTER BOX WORK FOR BUILD- ING INSPECTOR V Lethbridge, Sept..8, 1908 Editor Lethbriclgo Herald: would ask for space la your valuable paper to air a, common grie- mnoe which every citizen of: our thriv in j city has, and that is in regard to our building inspector. Our city fa- thers undertook to make and did pass some bylaws regarding buildings within a certain limit, and did so, ami the residents of the city are sat- isfied that we should have the busi- j ness part of the city built up with good substantial buildings, both in regard to strength and fire defence. Now, our Building Inspector must be blind to the fact that a building is being erected, if you can call such a structure a -building, within two bleaks of his office, that is not being built according to the building and j tire bylaws. Mr. Editor, don't you think that it is .tame for the people to sit up and take notice. This bylaw has been broken before, but that is no reason why wo should allow it to be broken again. "Our building inspector is be- ing paid for looking after our interest our city fathers. Yours truly. Citizen. Daily Herald Market Place (live uytbing to or 10 rent place Hit this coluni. II you wait aayiliil yse this colwai. 25c iftttrtioB for f! SITUATIONS VACANT servant. Apply Mrs. A. E. Easton, corner Courtland FOE or will trade for good 'stock., Apply D. King, Golden WesfBealty Co. FOR SALE OK RENT-A small com-'' fortable house, semi-modern tor or rent. Apply R. H. Robwion, 1SS1 Courtland St. 39t-O and Round Streets. 227-6 general servant. Mrs. Fred Bartlett St. 227-6 HUBERT LATHAM. W HtS ..MOHOPLANF BECOBD MAKEB AND XXVALft AT BHEDCB judges to get after the driver with many threats and warnings. Gaiety Girl won the first heat but Clyde- well won out in the lasi two heats. j showed her superiority. The 5-3 locked at first-like a win SPORTS (ADDITIONAL) Enterprising Maple Creek. (Concluded from First different depths but not in sufficient quantitMJu .to be of any commercial value. Their well is now down 1830 feet aad thej- -are hopeful of striking A flow large enough to heat and ligbt the -town. Traces of oil are also found. Creek has also an active and: progressive Board of Trade. Presi- dent, G. W. Quick; and two secretar- ies, W. B. Abbott and H. C., Price. The Board is-active all. the" tame. eoM. especially so; in enoouraging the far- mers and looking alter their interests not b'ut rather, decreasing. There are good stock yards here' and running- water from the town waterworks. In the Maple Creek district the C. P. R. planted thousands of trees to grow "hedses to protect the cuts from the drifting snow. These trees are all doing well.. A number of farmers are also growing trees successfully and these trees get no water more than the natural rainfall. There is already a grain loading platform, but an elevator is expected to be built -this- iall. Last night the contract was award editor the erection of a three-roomed addition, to the Maple Creek Public School. There are three steam plows in the Maple Creek -district this' year. They have been here for a couple of years. Only one has been operating this year but many people have been breaking with horses. The cutting is all done and most of the farmers are threshing from the stock. Threshing began on Aug. 23. The Medicine Ha.t Milling Co. have buyer ttereJ Col.qwhoti Bros, started their Inter- natiorial Gasoline threshing engine last Tuesday and threshed "1.800. bush els" their first day. The International Harvester Co. have Southern Saskatchewan' divided into five districts. In the -district from Moose Jaw west to the Alberta line fifteen gasoline traction plowing outfits .have been this sea- son. This will give some idea of the nKxtern farmers; there are in the dis- trict. This company reports the farming settlement extends from fifty to a hundred miles north and soutK of the main line. There is consider- able settlement on the proposed'Leta- bridge 'Weyburn line. R. .W. Fowler, Thomas, Qnt., is spending a few days at Maple Creek. He has sold his cattle -to -CK J. Whyle and will return east to St. Thomas. Mr. Fowl.er ranched. near Maple Creek for about ten years, but has been away for the last couple of- years. Alex. Marsell with three wagon loads of lumber and supplies, started out from Maple Creek today for Hap- jpyland. about .eighty miles north. He reports that there are over two hun- jdrod. families but no There are over fifteen bindery in the settlement an-d the grain is all cut. i Some wheat will, yield from forty to i fifty bushels, oats eighty to one hun- j drocl bushels to the acre. C. E. Brown, principal of the-Maple i Creek schools, deserves credit for so iruanyipupils passing the depai-tmental All passed. 'V hun- jdrod per cent, is a good beat: The other teachers on the staff are JMiss Thompson. .Miss Beckett, Miss I Rouse, and Miss Stearns. It is a j good stone school building. I Win. Small, twelve miles south-west !'of'Maple "Creek., has oats that '.rill, go seventy bushels to the It is all stacked and ready for .threshing. BASEBALL RESULTS National At Brooklyn 2. American 'At Washington111; Boston G. "At Detroit- Detroit 6; Cleveland 4. Eastern 1 -At Koch ester- Montreal 0; Rochester 4. At Jersey Providence 0; Jersey City 5. At Buffalo- Toronto 7; Buffalo 3. :Ai B Newark 11; Baltimore 5. 'Se'cond Xekark 10; Baltimore 5. !At Biiffalo 3; Toronto Northwestern At Vancouver 10; .Portland- 5> Ai Tacoma 5; Spokane 9- for Outset but.Irish Lad although a long way behind for half mile spurt- ed right clean to the winning post in fine shape. Xext came the boys' 3-8 mile pony race in which it" was" a shame that two racing ponies should be allowed to run. However, Buck was such a close' third that it took all of the wind out of the two race ponies to win by short heads. Racing men should keep an eye on the Buckskin for the' future one mile pony races. j He sf a whirlwind a'nd only about 13 1 hands and a few odd fingers high, and a coming six year old gelding. The ladies race was called off owing to lack of competitors. The gents' saddle horse race 1 mile owners up, was won at a walk by Mr. Philips on JRoyal, the second place going to Bennett's Brownie, who came in more dead than alive. won the 1 mile dash at WANTED AT Agood general servant. Wages per mouth. Ap- ply to Mrs. E. G. Hazell, cor. Bur- dett and Courtland Sts. 226-6 servant Apply to Mrs. R. E. Sherlock, 1258, Bompas St. 226-0 NOTICE Church of Christ Church of-Christ or Christian Church whose members are com- monly as Disciples of Christ living in Lethbridge or vicinity are requested fo commu- nicate' with Bro C S. Farrow Lethbridge Steam Laundry, giving your address, as he has an import- ant communication for each of you in connection with church Alberta Christian Missionary Society young girl to assist on household work. Apply 1007 Redpath >St. 226-0 HELP engineers, experienced in railroad location; ley- el man, topographer and draughts- man. State experience and age. Ap- ply to James B. Clinton Lundbreck, Altai; c-o Windsor Hotel.: 226-6 wanted. or 3 good Apply Bundle lord, Ma'cleod, Alta. carpenters and Brad- 226-2 NEWSPAPER FOR ROM- land Rossland, B." C. Pub- lished semi-weekly. fourteen years. Thite tbe newspaper and printing' busineM in Rossland, city of with, fitable mines, and a monthly pay roll of The plant ol two Merganthalers, Cottrell- cylinder, three jobbers, and equipment euffi- ciently complete for ain eight-page daily. Will cut out such machinery. as is not needed by purchaser. Plant is operated by electric power. A promising opening to one or two prac tical men. Will take part payment in wheat land. Further from William K. B. C. Esling, 23M PROPERTY' FOR SALE A section three miles south west of Lethbridge. 65 acres implor- ed, house, stable, and bam. A. M. Matulis, Real Estate Room 4, Bryan Block, Phone 318; 225-0 FOR new 5 room house North Ward for less than cost or house. Two lote. Small cash pay- ment. Balance on time. W. H. John' son, Room 5, Bryan Block. FOR toom. house John St. NO- 3. Apply Box 1660, bridge. 234-6, men, carpenters and la- borers for elevator construction. Good wages. Apply to C. 0. Erickson, Coaldale, Alta. 226-4 for general house- work. Family of three. Must be first class and well recommended. Wages per month. Apply 'man- FOR' Remington type- writer with tabulator, at 'a Apply'Citizens Lumber yard. FOR SALE new seven'' roomed fully modern house on Count near new Central School. MacMurphy, Mgr. South'Alberta ber Co., Phone 225. 300-0, ager of Hudsons .Bay Co. 226-6 BOARD AMD ROOM room, centrally located, modern conveniences B. G. c-o Herald. first class union brick layers wanted at once. Write Shan- non Bros. Cassidy, Raymond, Box 222- Alta. 224-6 walk. In the one novelty Actress won the money at the first quarter Idora had 'things all -her own way at the 1-2 and. 3-4 mile. t, This race concluded a delightful half days racing. of the winners. MONEY TO LOAN Our Mr. Bjorkblad has juet return- ed from a trip in the States, where he made arrangements for practical- ly an unlimited amount of capital to be placed in Lethbridge, and sur- rounding District. Loans on city property, monthly payment 6 per cent. Straight loans three to five years. Loans on improved farms; loans on wild lands; loans on agreements of sale, and loans on second mort- gages. Claresfaolm, Sept. has not been considered much of a holiday in Claresholm Lut yesterday was am exception and the Turf Association pulled.off a pleasant matinee in the presence of a small crowd. All Trot or Pace, heats 1-2 T. Kingsley, Big Little Buck 1 1; J. Robertson, bl. g. Admiral To- go 2 2. Won easily each time. Time 1.13 and 1.14. Green Harness Race, heats 1-2 .Case, b.g. by Nibs 1 E. Hunter, b.m. Beelier The colt had it easy. Time 1.32, 1.31 1-2. September Pony 'R. Lind say s.g. Prince 1.1; J. Piercy, gr. g.-Skin and Grief 3 2; D. Wood, bl. m. Dolly Dot 2 Prince was too good ior the otfeer pair. There was difficulty in getting a jockey for Skin and Grief so hopeless did his chanc- es look but young Chester Case pluck ily accepted the mount and although last the first. 'ne battled so hard wit-h Dolly Dot for the second money in the last heat that Dolly Dot got heart broken and left the track at right Novelty Saddle Horse Race, 3-4 Munro's Shorty and J. R. Watt's Ranch King were the only runners. For the quarter Shorty opened up a six lengths gap but the King horse came along ,near the wire and, was only beat, a head and going on took the half and the 1-4. Below is a list you i call on us. 1-Mile 3. Phone 394. 1 1; Gaiety GuTl's 3; Pathfinder 2 2! 2. Time 2.45. 1-2 Mile RacV-Actress 11; Outset, 3 2; Fi Fi 32. Time .53 1-2. m EMPIRE LAND CO., Ott Block" 5-8 Irish Lad; 2 Outset; 3 Greasy Petei" Time 1.10. 3-8 Dash. Pony Polly, 2 Judy; 3 Buck. Gents' Saddle Horse Race, 3-4 .Royal; 2 Brownie--3, Prince. Time 1.34. j 1 Mile Irish Lad; 2 Time 1.48 1-2. j 1 Mile quarter, Ac-! half, Idora; three quarters, Td-1 ora; one mile, Idora. I .ed'first 4 minutes ahead of MeMows. Their time for, the 12 miles lor tauudry work. Apply Lethbridge 184-O MISCELLANEOUS WANTS WANTED-One- carload of and gentlemen's old clothes, shoes, and old gowns. At oncel Apply Moss, Box 94, Lethbridge. Horse, buggy and or democrat waggon at oonoe. '330 Crabb St. YOUNG LADIES j and Colonial Photographic Co., Rooms 1 and Oddfellow Block. 23-6 FOUND good lady cook to go on ranch. Apply Mason Land Co., -or write C. L. Walker, City: 222-6 boy wanted bindery. Apply Western Co., Round St. 223-6 TO WENT. TO nice cottages in North Ward. Apply to R. V. Gib- bons. Ott Block. 226-3 FOR section irrigated -cul- Fitzgerald, 1 hr. .12 min., 32 2-0 sec.! tivated land 2 1-2 miles from Leth- FITZGERALD WON -s, MARATHON RAGE! Meadows, 1 hr. 16 min. 25 eec. -Both-men finished in good shape in fact the 3 men never -showed any signs of distress all through the race. The times per mile were "as follows 20 2-5. 2nd min. 15 2-5 sec. 3rd min. 26 sec. 4th min. 34 2-5 sec. 5th min. 29.3 sec. 6tli min. 28.3 sec. 7th min. 2S sec, 3th min. 23 4-5 sec. 39 sec. bridge. Telephone and modern con- veniences. 60 acres in fall wheat. Al- so stock, machinery and household furniture for sale. Address. Box A. .P. Herald Office. 226-6 TO comfortably furnished ixooms, well heated. -Apply after 7 pan. to Mrs. Katie Phalen, Guiness St. west of Athletic grounds. 226-5 i TO spot for dairy. Large grassy pasture, shade trees, river I frontage, 9 roomed house, large barn, outbuildings. Close to city. per month. "Would consider a lease. Apply Box 65, Lethbridge. 226-6 At 6.35 p.m: the last but no leastgj 10th mile-59 min 58 3-5 sec. SLAIRMORE CELEBRATION GRAND SUCCESS. bv y means, event of the day, lltn 66. min. 17 4-5. sec. i TO Room in p'ri- pulled off. The Great Marathon min. 32 2-5 sec. Mile Race, 24 times round the track.] Englishman weighs only- Paul Acoose and the other Ibs., hard as nails and well de- did not turn up. Four lined up for-! served to win. He is an Alberta the start Fitzgerald 1, Meadows 2, i man and Alberta should be-proud of Terway 3, .Miller -i. j such a runner. John Herron, 'M. P. fired the'gun i Meadows ran with great credit but >for the start when Fitzgerald im- it must be remembered that he is i vate familv. 225-7. Apply 1210 Fisher St. mediately took the lead with Mead- used to. running on the coast down ows wel on his heels, followed by Ter-} east, and consequently finds this light way and Miller. At the end of the first mile Fitz- air in the mountains a great contrast and very difficult to run here. How- gerald still kept the-lead with Mea- ever it reflects on him dows o'n his heels, Terway being by be "beaten by a man like Fitzger- this time 100 yards behind. j alA- Miller' here ran short of wind and I Tereway is a 26 mile Marathoner quit. i and could not be expected to win at In the 3rd lap Meadows sprinted ]that distance. He wore the Seattle and overtook Fitzgerald, Terway 1-2 j 5 lap behind now. The four lap found! them in the same orcier also the fifth and sixth but in the 7th and 8th, MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE. Meadows and Fitzgerald ran abreast, i POIi foot awning in front Terway-losing more ground all the! of SaseV former stand. 'Practically new. R. Sage. 217-0 his 'II Jfou W Use il to make Delicious Hot appe- tizing, light, Makes the best food to work best food to'sleep after. No alum; no fear of indigestion. unlocated, in quantities from Blairmore, Sept. town ofjtime- On the 9th lap Fitzgarald j Blairmore celebrat-ed in great shape sprinted 30 feet ahead of j _ and crowds thronged to and in the 10th lap increased SCRIP FOR SALE-Located Blairmore for Labor Dayt The races opened at 2 "p.m. with ideal conditions for racing, being perhaps a shade too warm at first, but a nice cool breeze sprung up at j 3 p.m. which acted like a great re- freshing draught on everybody. Mr. or 240 1 1 i 1 ill UUdilCil-iCa IJtUlll lead to 300 yards on 'Meadows and acres' up. Terms cash. Correspond- very nearly lapped Terway. The U-nce invited. F. E. -MorOney, 529-8th same order bemg mairitaintd on the 11 th lap but at the 12t-h lap increased his lead to 1-4 mile Edmonton, Alta. Phone 1996. 226-26 on Meadows and Fitz continued- lapped Terway. _ to mcrease his lead; What offerg A lv ft t-n -4-li.jK 1 1 __ Whiteside and the versatile' -Mr .Hicks I on "both men and in the 15th of Macleod, acted as judges. Meadows lapped Terway. .Fitz POTATOES FOR SALE_Plailted on d awav_ The trotting event came first and in the first heat ICydewell was. so obviously pulled- that it behooved the gained more ground the 10th; FQR -SALE_Two hand mile when he was 1-4 mile, ahead of' AGENTS': MCKELVI MCGU i RE ahead of Terway. Fitzgerald finish- gons in good condition, also two sets harness. Apply South Alberta Lumber Co. 227-6 ESTABLISHED 11854 Merchants Bank of Canada HEAD OFFICE..MONTREAL' Paxd-np Capital. Reserve and Undivided Profits........----.. Accounts of Merchants, Farmers and Ranchers Solicited Drafts Money Orders Letters of OrftSit Savings Bank Department Lethbnlge Branch- Block, Redpath St TO and private room in Begin Block. Apply up stairs. 24-6 TO roomed house in North Ward with one acre fenced Wylie, Bailey next house to new frame school. 224-6 EOOM TO furnished front room in Duff Addition. Suit- able for one or two gentlemen or ladies. Empire Land Co., Ott Block. 224-6 TO office suite of three rooms'in Acadia building, Redpath St Apply on premises to The C. B. Bowman Agency. 219-0 TO furnished house with modern conveniences. Available Sept. 12 next. Apply John D. Hig- inbotham. 219-0 FURNISHED lei, in new modern house. Terms moderate. Ap- ply Mrs. Jones, third house from Round on south side of Bruntou St. 199-0 TO and washing. Young men only. month. Apply Mrs. C. M. Holland, at head of new bridge. 223-Ox TO nicely furnished rooms, suitable- for one or two gen- tlemen, or married couple or ladies. No. 1248 Bompas St. east of Barracks, Mrs. J. Mitchell. FOR roomed house on Bruhton St. Three bedrooms, bath, furnace and all modern conveniences. Possession can be had at once. Hatch Coons. Phone 159. 227-4 rooms. Also second hand babv carriage for sale. Apply 210 Bompas St. 227-6 TO comfortable furn- ished room, suitable for two gentle- men. Apply 424 Smith St. Close in. 227-6 SITUATIONS WANTED taken in or done at private homes. Good Avork at reasonable rates. Botham, Torrance Ave., beeide railway track., POSITION educated lady wishes pqsition of trust as cash- ,ier-or managrefis. Good references. Apply Box M. 8. Herald Office. 222-0 the fiquare on Labor "Day a brown .leather conl ing a sum of money.. Owner have same by calling at paying for advertising- LOST One red cow, branded right ribs. Finder vill be rewarded. Apply T. Chambers' North1 Ward. LOST OR halter and 100 feet chain taken from a. cow belong- ing to J. H. "Wallace. Finder wul please return to J. H. Wallace, Bur- dett St. 196-0 wtch with chain' attached. Reward for return to Herald Office. LOST OR STRAYED April 1st from our camp three miles west of Lethbridge, three geldings. One dark bay weigh- ing about 1450 Ibs.. branded P left shoulder left hind ankle large. One light bay branded P left shoulder, weighing about 1450 Ibs. One light bay weighing about 1500 Ibs., slick, foundered on. front feBt 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. Notify Janse Bros., Camrose, Alta. 200-30 return of four mares branded LM on left shoulder, and seven geldings branded 7L on left hip. Notify A. A. Johnston, Lethbridge, Alta. 209-0 WE CAN SELL YOUR LAND FOR can sell your land at prices that can't be beat. We can sell you good land from f 10.00 up to per acre, in any quantity from one quarter up to as much aa 150 sec- tions in one block. Terms, one-tenth of the purchase price in cash and the balance in nine equal 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. PEone 394. 191-0 SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST' LAND REGULATIONS Any person wno is me sole head ol. a family, or any male over 18 yeati old, may homestead a quarter-section oi available Dominion land in coba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. The applicant, must appear in person the Dominion Lands Agency or Sub- Agency for the district. EniT by proxy may be made at any agency ter of intending months' residence upon and cultivation of the land in eacli of three years. A homesteader may live within nine miles of nie home stead on a farm of at least 30 solely owned and occupied by him oi by his father, mother, son, daughter, brother or sister. In certain districts a homesleadti in good standing may pre-empt quarter-section alongside hia atoad. Price per acre. Duties, reside six months in of six years from daws of homertesd entry (including the time required to fifty acres extra. A homesteader who hae exhaucted homestead right and cannot ob- tain a pre-emption may take a put chased homestead in certain Price per acre. Beside six months in each oi three years, cultivate fifty -acres and a house wo-th W.W.COBY; Deputy Minlater oi the ir..-." publi' ,o! thi" ndvertiseirsiit will not for.