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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 13, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta PAQt FOUR TNI ktTMSRlMt DAILY HlftALfr. MONDAY, HPTIMBtR It, York Iftit Saturday it- leased from Weiwr, Idaho, jail. MONARCH GRAIN CO. REFERENCE: BANK OK MONTREAL Mambtri Winmpu-Qrain Exchanft and toard. of Tradt. Bewesentiaf New York, Boiton, Chicago. Montreal and Toronto. Alwmmfri in handlers in America Wi-do not aak you to ship yoar grain unleM our prices are better Write for any information, and get our card on prices. Orders on Winnipeg options carefully executed on i' n margins. where he serving a ten day sentence for drunkennew. Ruiie baa bet1 u working at common labor in little Idaho city mow the home of Walter another baseball and is just about touching the dregs of a career that ouce was nationaLin its acope. MOVIN PICTURES ADVANCED j VAUDEVILLEJ Htzel Bidette xtfrhen the friends of Manager Hamil- -ton presented him with an elk tooth fob. t WHISKERS IN BASEBALL sent day of clean-shaven, baby-faced players is interesting. It is not gen- erally known what caused the sud- den change from the long, silky, flow- ing hirsute appendages of, slay, a dozen or 15 years ago to the present ministerial facial stage. BASEBALL RESULTS National At New New York 4, Brooklyn 0. Second !New Brooklyn 10. At Pittsburg 2, Cincinnati 1. At Chicago- Chicago 10, St. Louis 4. At game- Boston 3, Philadelphia 2. Second Boston 1, Philadelphia 0. American At Washington 0, New York 3. Second Washington 1. !NTew York 2. At Detroit 7, Cleveland 1. At St. Chicago 1, St. Louis 2. Second Chicago 1, St. Louis 3. At Philadelphia-1, Boston 0. Foley's Superba Chocolates B. C. INDIANS WERE VICTORS players With Hirsute Adornment Nbw But a to Sam Crane; the -vet- eran' player and critic, "there was. a time ran 'to full and curly, long and hayseed, burrs and cactus 'with, every wind, every passing ze- phyr. Jiggs Donohue was the last player who dared come 'out before the public baseball field wearing, the aiz-ziz-zizzers that the wind blew through. The last time Jiggs seen playing his- -face was ift. Nashville, Tenn., when .the Giants on a. .visit there about ten years ago. evolution of baseball from the hisker stage of the past fo the pre- Before More Than Hundred Thous- and at Seattle Speedy Canadian Paddlers Walked Away With Prizes Seattle, Sept. Columbia- Indians, racing their lean canoes, with tiny British flags fluttering at the bows, carried off the laurels yes- terday at the exposition in a series of contests with Indians from the American- side. The big race of the day was captured by the speedy na- tive paddlers from Valdez, and the big, powerful fellows from the tribe on Ghukuper Island, B. C., outpulled all opponents in the canoe tug-of-war trials. Five orews of eleven men each, com peted in the novel regatta, the first of its kind held in Seattle in years. More than people; massed on the Esplanade and afloat in row- boata and motor boats on Lake Union watching'the unusual and picturesque sight. The distance raced was ap- proximately a mile and a half. Spurred on by rivalry between the tribes that in some instances had continued for years, as well as by the substantial cash prizes offered by the the Indians put forth their strongest and most expert pad- dlers in the fifty-foot dugouts. Second Philadelphia 0, Boston 1. Eastern At Buffalo'0.-Montreal 3. Second Buffalo 4, Montreal. 0- (Sunday G-ames) At Toronto 2, Rochester 1 (10 econd "The Chocolates with Whipped Cream both our -Superbki in i Girl" Chocolates aw iamous for theii rich. Cream Detcriptioh won't ihetn. You must ta-te hem t., jrounelf. All Poley's ChtM-niatf. >he palate and are food :o- i Ask 'for Candy is Kept Foil} Bros. Larson Co Church of Christ Church of Christ or Christian Church whose members are com- monly known ae Disciples of Christ living in Letlibridge or viciaity ire 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 "vork Alberta Christian Missionary Society Daily Herald Market Place >un live' to idl w to re it place it It tail colMffli. II wait tiythiif UK tail coiNMi. 25c inseriioi 6 for SITUATIONS VACANT LOST OR halter1 and feet chain taken from a cow belong- ing to J. H, Wallace. Finder will please return to J. H; Wallace, Bur- dett St. 196-0 a lady's gold watch, between Crabb St. and Hos- pital. rewafd for return to Herald office. 231-2 Friday on Lethbridge and M-acleod Road, two pcir-blankets, one gray and white striped. Reward for return to Box D. Herald. 231-1 Toronto 4, Rochester 2. At Baltimore 6, Providence 1. Second Baltimore 6, Providence 2. Jersey Oity 1, Newark -7. Second game- Jersey City 1, Newark 2. EASTERN LACROSSE At Montreal real 10. At Toronto: 14. Nationals 4-, Mont- ranks and his many friends will cheer and also observe ais present stage of efficiency against a league club. Ef- fortp are now being to have Heloc Leach at -the receiving, end for the All Stars, and it is very prob- able that the well known 'varsity athlete will be at the catching stunt when play for the post-season game is called. The Letiibridge club is one of the best minor league aggregations in these parts. Manager Corrigan'a boys finished fourth, in. the hotty con- tested race for the pennant in the Canadian, league and at the finish playing a stronger game than any club' in the circuit. A itwui start handicapped Corrigan in the early -.stages of the season. NOTICE SUPERINTENDENT WANTED .for Claresholm waterworks and electric light and power plant. Duties to commence 1st of November.- Appli- cants to state qualifications aryexpected. Apply Geo. Simpson, Secy.-Treas., Claresholm. 231-6 LARGE STORE TO KENTr-ori Ford St. close to Westminster Road. monthly. Living accommodatioii at rear. Golden West Realty Co., Crabb St. 231-3 owing A. Easton Co. must be settled' within thirty days owing to a change in the busi- ness. After October 1st, all outstand- ing accounts will be handed over to a. solicitor for collection. 228-6 Cornwall 1, Toronto. LETHBRIDGE PLAYED AMOS RUSIE A WRECK Spokane, Sept, Husie, j performed the onoe" great pitcher of trie New his stepping- IN MINtfEAPOIlS The following appeared in the Min- neapolis Tribune of Sept. 10 Final arrangements have com- pleted with the Lethbridge, Western Canada, league team, to play the lo- cal All Stars at NlcoUet park next Sunday afternoon. Attder- I fon. captain of the All Stars, fa rustling with his best efforts to moke up a line-up that will .startle the 'Ca- nuck aggregation. Dretchko will do the hurl- ing for the locals. Dretchko has not at the local parks since one of the best pitchers of the Canadian league, will be on the mound for Lethbridge. Lezie is a Macaleater college lad, and 'before his professional career he performed at college. Joe Lynch, the well known local professional, and rated as one of the best catchers in the minor lea- gues, will do the receiving for Leth- bridge. SEALED TENDERS addressed to the undersigned and marked on the envelope "Tenders for will be received up to 12 o'clock noon on the 1st day of October next, for a license for grazing on that portion of the Blackfoot Indian Reserve south of Bow river, in the Province of Ai- berta. The terms and conditions govern- ing this license will be furnished by j the Secretary, of the Department of Indian Affairs, Ottawa, or by J. H. Gooderham, Indian Agent at Gleich- en. on application-. j The highest or any tender will not I necessarily be accepted. The unauthorized insertion of this advertisement will.not tbe paid for. Each tender shall be accompanied by a copy of the terms and conditions above mentioned and by a marked cheque for which, will be re- turned 'to the unsuccessful tenderers. J. D. McLEAN, Secretary. Department of Indian Affairs. Ottawa, August 9, 1909. Japanese boys want- ing situations, apply to P. 0. Box J., Raymond. 231-6 class certificate engineers. Apply West Canadian Col- lieries, Ltd., Blairmore, Alta. 231-2 bridge 'hotel. Apply Leth- 231-3 and machine men wanted: at Roya} Collieries. 228-6 first class delivery man. Must know the town well. Apply Box 13. Herald Office. 228-0 servant. Apply. Mrs. A. E. corner Gourtlahd and Round-Streets. 227-6 general servant. Mrs. Fred Kenny, 317 Bartlett St. 27-6 WANTED AT Agood general servant. Wages per month. Ap- ply to Mrs. E. G.'Hazell, cor. Bur- cleit and Courtland Sts. 226-6 servant Apply to Mrs. R. E. Sherlock, 1258, Bompas St. 226-0 jHEL-P engineers, experienced in railroad location; lev- el man topographer and draughts- man. State experience and age. Ap- ply to James B. Clinton, Lundbreck, Alta., c-o Windsor Hotel. 226-6 GRANUM LOST TO CALGARY VICS. Granum ami Calgary Victorias bat- tled for the Brewery rCup in Calgary on Saturday, and after a ten hard fought encounter the Victorias won. by one run.. Granuxn did not play its usual geuoa the weather i was raw and cold, and the umpiring into the professional in toe last uining was raw. CLARKE The Ladies' Store, Phone 453 WE SELL FOR CASH CO. Acadia Block The, First Story of the Furs for ''-'7-., Fall We're thoroughly enthusiastic over the we want "the 'new furs. These' choice hi's of rnink, sable Isabella Fox, Persian Lamb, Squirrel, etc., -will prove to: be the store'-s main attraction. Every "con- ceivable style is the neck-pieces and muffs hold first place. Expert hands have figured in the designing and making of theee thoroughly artistic the.- best -eflorte. of .the leading furriers in, his country. Prices are truly in values offered without any ,added, for here 'you pay for quality only. Tomorrow new showing is at its complete. T A Hosiery and Underwear Store Worth The Most Complete Display of Fall in this Vicinity With the most tempting values we have ever seen, this big stock of hosiery "and underwear stands ready to meet your every demand for the coming winter season. Xo matter what price you want to pay, we show you gar- ments, ihat are thorougly greatest pos- ible value for the money. See that your hosiery arid underwear Clarke's labs! and be sure of their -1 and abiiity to stand the wear and tear. wool cash- Ladies Whiter Undtr- to 75c garments 26c to Eric Mofiatt, of Claresholm. was the umpire agreed upon, but because one of hia decisions was not in. accord with the views of the Calgary play- era, the Virtorias refused to continue the game further until he was re- moved. To avoid further trouble, Granum consented to another umpire A feature of the match was that the first runs scored by the teams were home runs. Granum's team was as follows Murphy. p. Wray c, first, Gans second, Bed Merritt tihird, Moora Finch left, Gillen centre, and right. The score by innings was as Ibl- lows Granum 9 The Calgary battery was made up of and ENGLISH FOOTBALL London, Sept. following are tbe results of football matches in England and Scotland this afternoon: Scottish League Kolmaraock 5, Queen's Park i. Morton 2, Celtic 1. Mother-well 0, Airdrieoniaji 0. Falkirk 0, Port Glasgow 0. St. Mirren 2, Hamilton Athletic 0. First Division Aston Villa Chelsea Ir Bristol City 1, Sheffield Wednesday. 1. Bun- 3. Bradford City 4. MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE. FOR immediate posses- sion, 7 roomed house, close in, very recently built. A great bar- gain. Apply to G-. c-o Herald Office. 23J-3 FOR SALE barn, 30 x 50 and two democrat waggons. Ap- ply to Gus, Neidig, auctioneer. 231-2 FOR and lot on John St.., Jfo. 3 and house and lot on: Gill St. Also four mares and colts, five 3 year old steers, wagon and harness. Apply John Zouki, -No. 3. 229-6 FOR foot awning in front of Sage's former stand. Practically new. R. Sage. 217-0 LANT> SORIP FOR or unlocated, "in quantities from 240 acres up. Terms cash. Correspond- ence invited.: F: E. Moroney, 529-8th St., Edmonton, Alta. Phone 1996. 226-26 FOR second hand wag- gons in good condition, also two sets of harness. Apply South Alberta Lumber Qo. 227-6 FOR SALE OR small com- fortable house, semi-modern for sale or rent. Apply-R. H. Roberton, 1221 Courtland, St. 226-0 FOR or five well bred unbroken mares with foals. Apply Box 1301., Lethbridge. 223-6 FOR suitable for barns. To be removed at once off the premises. Apply John Brcdie.2S 6 CALGARY CALLTES WON Edmonton, Sept. final of the Bennett Shield competition for the championship of Alberta was played off here today before a large assemblage of spectators, and result- ed in Calgary Caledonians' defeating Edmonton Caledonias by a score of j-two goals to nil, after a keen tussle. AUSTRALIANS BEATEN London, F.JIJ.. Sept. beat the Aus- tralian cricketers by 133 runs. FOR kitchen table, 1 heat- ing stove and 1 chiffonier. Apply 55 Argyle Ave. 330-0 TENT FOR 3 foot wall, complete with poles and pins, also floor. Apply J. B. Kelsey, c-o Herald. 230-6 WANTED Poll Ttix collector for the City of Lethbridge at a 20 per cent, commis- sion on'all.taxes collected. The an- nual poll tax is for every in- habitant of 21 years and "upwards who has resided in the City for a per- iod of 2 months or more. Apply to the _ under-signed immediately in writing. GEO. W. ROBINSON, 228-5 Secretary-Treasurer. for general house- work. Family of three." Must be first class and well recommended. Wages per month. Apply man- ager of Hudsons Bay Co. 226-6 lor Laundry work. Apply Lethbridge Laundry Co. 184-0 young lady of good ed- ucation and good on mathematics to learn bookkeeping.- Apply Mgr. Hud- son's Bay Co. 230-6 experienced grocery- man, must have good references. Ap- ply Mgr. Bay Co. 303-6 first class blacksmith for a shop in which there are five blacksmiths employed. Must be a good horaeshoer. Wages per day. "Best equipped shop in Western Canada. Apply to T, H. Scott, Pinch- er Creek. 230-6 young lady, single furnished room in' modem house close in. Apply Box B., Herald. 230-0 TO HF-N7. TO room in a modern house, suitable foor two ladies or gen- tleman. Apply Mrs. Nield, 528 Bart- lett St. 231-0 FOR rooms, newly paper- ed and painted, furnished or unfur- nished. Also some chick- ens, chicken, fence and z. cow for sale. Inquire first house back of Mayor Henderson's on Crabb St. 231-6 TO iront bedroom, suitable for one or two gentlemen. Also one back bedroom; both are fur- nished, situated very close in. House has all modern conveniences. Apply to P. 0. Box 1333, Lethbridge. 229-3 FOR room house, Smith St. No. 416, partly furnished. Close in. Call "at No. 420 Smith St. 229-6 FOR section irrigated cul- tivated land 21-2 miles from Leth- bridge. Telephone and modern con- 60, acres in fall wheat. Al- so stock, machinery and household furniture for sale. Address Box A. P. Herald Office. 226-12 spot for dairy. Large grassy pasture, "shade trees, river frontage, 9 roomed house, large barn, outbuildings. Close to city. per month. Would consider a lease. Apply Box 65, Lethbridge. 226-6 TO Room in pri- vate family. Apply 1210 Fisher St. 225-7. TO office suite of three rooms in Acadia building, Redpath St Apply or, 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 CONTRACTORS, all kinds of repairs. Good work guaranteed. Prices right and quick work. Apply G. E. Gonst, 'gen. del., Lethbridge 229-6 ESTABLISHED [1854 Merchants Bank of Canada HEAD OFFICE. MONTREAL y and Undivided Accouro of Merchints, Farmers and Ranchers Solicited Draft! Money Letters of Orftflit Bank Department Branch CoiMale Block, Redpath St. FURNISHED let, in new modern house. Terms moderate. Ap- ply Mrs. Joues, third house from Round on south side of Brunton St. 199-0 TO and washing. Young men only. S6.00 per month. Apply Airs. 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. 227-0 watch with chain attached, g. Skin and. Grief 3 2; O.'Wood, bl. on took tlie half and the 3-4. open faced chain' attached. Reward for return, to Her- ald office. 231-0 PROPERTY FOR SALE FOR lots in Block 93. Price each, 1-3 cash, balance ;in 4 and 8 months. Apply Box 327 Leth- bridge P. 0. FOR new 5 room house" fin North Ward for less than coat, of house. Two lots. Small meat. Balance on time.- son, Room 5, Bryan Block. 225-0 FOR SALE- new'-seven roomed fully modern house on near new Central- School. MacMurphy, Mgr. South Alberta turn her Co., Phone 225. 800-0 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS WANTED TO for milch cow. Apply Box ald. FOUND the square on Labor. Day a brown leather purse contain-" ing a sum of money. Owner can. have same by calling at Herald and paying for Advertising, 226-0 SITUATIONS WANTED SITUATION Englishman with knowledge of and German. Has had experience time-keeping and'other'clerical work." Also in handling men and kinds of machinery. Apply Boot. L-.V Herald. 231-12 POSITION WANTED-Painter 'and, paperhanger wants F Hersel Box 344 Post Office. 231-f LADY class at present employed in but- wishing West, desires -position, in around Lethbridge. Six years ience, best of references. Box E. Her--" aid Office. 229-3- taken in or': done at private homes. Good work at reasonable rates. Mrs. Botham, Torrance Ave., beeide railway track. 222-Ox POSITION WANTED-Well educated, lady wishes position of trust as cash- ier or rnanagress. Good Teferences Apply Box M. S. Herald Office LOST OR STRAYED my place OTI Aug 27th. a sorrel mare branded 21- on right thigh. Owner can have same by paying for this ad. John Andrews Sec. 27-13-21. 231-6 return of four mares branded LM on left and seven geldings branded 7L on'. Notify A. Johnston.-" Lethbridge, Alta. 209-6, WE CAN SELL YOUR LAND' 1 FOR can sell your land prices that can't be beat. We can> sell you good land from up to'-" per acre; in any from- one quarter up'to as 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 0 Box 60. Phone 394. isi.d" BOARD AND ROOM room, centrally modern conveniences. Lady. BoxJ B. G. c-o Herald. 222- BOARDUND one cr two. quiet gentlemen. Call at house .on Baroness' Road, Nortlr- Ward. ROOM AND two quiet men, none other need applv-" No. 1222 Fisher St. JLW ullllBUCU TOOHIS. AlSO second hand baby carriage for sale. Second house west of ball grounds on Riverview. 227-6 TO comfortable furn- ished room, suitable for two gentle- men. Apply 424 Smith St. Close in. 227-6 TO room, modern, suitable for two ladies or gentlemen. Apply Union Grocery store, opposite Barracks, 228-6 TO furnished room for gen- tlemen. Apply 55 Argyle Ave. 230-0 SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any person wno is ttte sole head-ol' a family, or any male over 18 yeati old, may homestead a quarter-section of available Dominion land in Maui coba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. applicant must appear in person at the Dominion Lands Agency or "Sub- Agency for the district. EntT bj proxy may be made at any tsr of intending homesteader. Six months' residence upon" and cultivation of the land in each of three years. A homesteader may- live within nine miles of ilia home stead on a farm of at 60 acrei solely owned and occupied by him or by his father, mother, son, daughter brother or siater. In certain districts a homesteadir in good standing may pre-empt a quarter-section alongside hia staad. Price per acre. Duties. reside six months in eacn of six years from date of homeatead entry (including the time required to" earn homestead patent) and cultivate fifty acres extra. A homesteader who hat exhausted homestead right and cannot; ob- tain a pre-emption may take t- pni" chased homestead in certain Price per acre. Mmt .reside six months in each of years; cultivate fifty acres and a house worth Deputy Minister of the TJnauthoried publi- advertiseirsnt will not lot. ;