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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 14, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LfcTHBRltKll GAILY HERALD TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, Ijjj. MONARCH GRAIN CO. REFERENCE: BANK OF MONTREAL Members Winnipeg Grain Exchange and Toronto Board of reasonable margins. v A Fire Scare S DEATH At Blairmore IN A Simple Injuries with Serious Results Blainuoirc, Sept. excite-' Morris Quatzam, boy, MOVING PICTURES. 03- ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE, Hazel Bidette Child Song and Artist La Selie and Land Premier Club Jugglers PICTURES 1 Oi The Water 2 Case of Spirits 3 WonderfW Egfs of .fire'at one of cot- The Turners who were had only just gone out for a consti- tutional but had not departed ten minutes before smoke was seen is- suing forth from sundry places in great volume. The cry of was instantly raised by chance passers-by and will- iing hands at once fetched pails of water while .others got the -furniture S out of the danger zone. Luckily the Turners intended mov- ing on Monday and on anticipation died? NOTICE Church of Christ Church of Christ or Christian oni his wrist i whose members are coui- toy.i Christ living in Lethbridge or an eleven years just -incidents fo coaimu. Bra 0: S. Farrow LethbHdce Steam Lauadry, giving a dirty knTfe? rusty a splin- your address, as lie has an import- a barbed we j u Daily Herald Market Place tiythiof lo ttdl IK to reit pUce it iv thift columt. II you waft floythiaf use this column. 25c one i tor SI LOIT er of the latter is inoculated wiui of which the air about us is full. rectly these germs are introduced been partially stored up, so every- thing was saved.- rtrutiT gj through the "breach in the skin battle royal ensues between them certain organisms in our blood. When the invading germs are too 3 communication for each of you s' i in connection with church -vork Alberta Christian Missionary Society stron NOTICE ......____, SUPERINTENDENT WANTED for Lfoor defences, in a' waterworks and electric the finger will become hot and p0wer nlfl.nt. Duties to later the SITUATIONS VACANT LOST OK halter, and 100 feet chain taken from a cow belong- ing to J. H. Wallace. 'Finder will please return to J. H. Wallace, Bur- dett .St. a lady's gold watch, between Crabb St. and Hos- 'ital. reward for return to Herald office, 331-2 watch with chain attached. _. Skin and Grief 3 2; 0. Wood, bl. on. took the half and the 3-4. servant for all kinds of house work. Apply Mrs. W. H. Morris, -Cutoill St. 232-O open faced watch, chain attached. Reword for return to Her Japanese boys want- ing situations, apply to P. 0. Box J., Raymond. 231-6 httle commei2Ce 1st of November. i and tnroDDiug. A commence vi !of this their household effects had Jound may exhibit-a whitish-appear-, cants to state qualifications and sal- ance in the middle of arv and we have known as a fes-j Bv dint of hard work the fixe was tc-ring or Claresholm. Simpson, Secy.-Treas. By nt o _ ___ _ soon got under control and beyond ia cieanse the wound and gjOKE TO EENT-on Ford little damage to the exterior little l zam-Buk. Zam-Buk is a power- WestminSter Road. sus a cea L.v little damage to the exterior little j ly zam-Buk. Zam-Buk is a power- g- other damage WHS done. fui yet painless germ 1 monthly. DIAMOND CITY I CU when applied to' the broken rear absorbed into the tissue, instantly [destroying the-germs that spread dis-j __ WestminSter Road. Living accommodation at Golden West Realty Co., West Canadian Col- ieries, Alta. 231-2 Apply Leth- 231-3 and machine men wanted at Royal Collieries. 228-6 231.3 SPORTS BASEBALL RESULTS American ;At Philadelphia- Philadelphia 10; New York 2. At Boston 4; Washington 2. .At Chicago- Chicago 3: CLvelaud 0. At Detroit- Detroit 10; St. 2. National At St. Loui? 1; Pittsburg 4. At Philadelphia- Philadelphia 7: Brooklyn 0. At Game- New York 1: B'strn 6. Second New York 4; Boston 4. At Cincinnati 3; Chicago 1. Northwestern At Portland- Seattle 4; Portland 3. At Aberdeen 6; Tacoma 4. At Vancouver 2; Spokane 3. Eastern Rochester 2; Montreal 4. Buffalo .1; Toronto 4. Providence 0; Newark 1. Jersey City 2; Baltimore 6. join the National League Corps of arb- j itrators. Brennan is a giant stand-j ins six feet three inches. 1L_.Tenders for Baptist churchf LITTLE PLUME OJ.V tering remwtru. and building; operations will be com- j tlhen proceeds to the tmenced in a few days. It is hoped I that the building will be completed ease and inflammation. owing A. Easton The flesh soothed and pun- b ul d thirty fied, the wound made perfectly heal-, must thy and all poison and cause of fes-; day, ovv ng tering removed. Having ness. Alter wouuu. sore with new healthy tis- sue, in-a quick, painless and .perfect c outstand. win be handed over to possdble. The subscrip- now subscrip- Kev c a Mc, unique preparation., possessing anti- musi not be confused with orciinary ointments. Zam-Buk is a Little Flume. Sept. crops here are excellent. The ranchers ijst all raising some grain from forty w. w _ _ _ c seventy acres each. The grain, both j Calgary, Mr. Armstrong, Dia-j septic sc wheat and oats will average four also to Mr. T. 'It I i not only a unique healing balm and all track material j but it is also a skin food. Tor a.i feei feet and ome fields stand half hih. five derwood: The steel TENDERS addressed to first class delivery man Must know the town well. Box 13. Herald Office. Apply 228-0 servant. Apply Mrs. A. E. Easton, corner Courtlanc and Round Streets. 227-6 W general servant Mrs. Fred Kenny, 317...Bartlett St. 27-6 ald office. 231-O 'toy dog Yorkshire terrier. Reward for cpeturn to Hudson's-Bay Stores, Liquor Dept. black mare 3 years weighs about 1350, branded DA on right shoulder, irom. StineinaB ranch'.2 miles north of reward for return to above premises. G. ,D. Staneman S33-4 PKOPERTY FOR SALfi FOR lots Price each, 1-3 cash, balance in 4 and 8 months. Apply Box 327 Lett- bridge P. 0. 228-0 FOR new 5 room house in North Ward for leas than cost of house. Two lote. Small cash pay- ment. Balance on time: W. H. John son, Room 5, Bryan Block. 225-C servant Applj to Mrs R. E. Sherlock, 1258, Bompas St. 226-0 FOE SALE new 3Cveu roomed fully modern house on Coutts near new Central School, Apply P- MacMurphy, Mgr. South Alberta Lum -her Phone 225. 200-0 and marked on the! lor laundry work. Apply Lethbridge Laundry Co. 184-0 Tcy j the Secretary of the Department of first class blacksmith r-iKin-oc i tne secretary yi uuc r.- DEATH OF JOHN rlNDcHb IrLdian Affairs, Ottawa, or by.J. H. {or a 5Kop in which, there are five :_____ Indian Agent at Gleich-j blacksmiths employed. Must bs Distinct Loss to the on .application. ood horseshoer. -Wage's per FOUND the square on Labor Da? a brown leather purse contain- a sum of money. Owner can 1, "JLl ,CUf Tt' t The highest: or any tender will netj.cjny_ }3est equipped shop nv wesiern j have same, by calling at Herald, and necessarily be accepted. _ i Canada. Apply to T. H. Scott, Pisca- paying for advertising. 226-0 of .jo-hii Finders took. place Qn tlw moming of the 9th.inst. Y THIS SEASON business within the. next lew an Uiness Oi about two weeks The .unauthorized insertion of this j er Creek, advertisement will not tbe paid for j________ 6 Toronto. Sept. 11. The fair closed on Saturday night with the largest attendance on record, an in- crease of It is estimated -that A rumor is heard that the school his country home, board will soon be doing something; tion 12-12-lS. definite. That this rumor will be; It 1S SUrely with 'feelings of and by a marked for which .will'be re- turned to the unsuccessful tenderers. TO the city will receive share -of the surplus. as its It is proposed to spinel on improvements. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Kramer, C. P. JB. agent, left on. Saturday to" attend GOES UP HIGHER Milwaukee. Wise. .Sept. Wm. Branuan, who this season umpired in the Wisconsin-Illinois League, quit- that league Saturday night -r funeral of the former's" father at-Doylestown, Pa. P; Pierson returned, after, speadiaig a couple of months axrross line. is orougm -w "the. fact that from the 1st of October. Diamond City will -have 'a reeident doctor, in the pe-rson of Dr. H. T. D' Arc; 'now of Lethbridge. proved to-be the truth, is the .thus chronicle the cere wish of all. of. another worthy pioneer of Department of Indian Affairs J D. McLEAN, Seorptarv ntemen- Secretary., TO room in a modern house, suit-able for two ladies or gen- Apply Mrs. Nield, 528 Bart- Ottawa, August 9, 1909. Anctther case of typhoid fever was frontier, life. Mr. Finders had enter reported on the son of Mr. ed'upon his 60th. year, being born j Hanford being the unfortunate one. .May 4, 1850, near Springfield, UL, j FOR SALE. New High-Class Ta Establishment Now Open The .'ease is serious. land was stiU full of 'vigor and energy All the other cases <--f typhoid, within two weeks of death, axe reported to be progressing favor-j delighting in not only transiorminff j the prairie into grain fields for his by! own ulso interested in the -welfare "of tfte community and the development of the country ev- ery way. Whale'be was .still young his par- i jents located near aiarshalltowii, Iowa 'where he grew to manhood and got j married to Miss A. Hammond. Five children were born to- them four daughters and" one sbni all of whom survive to mourn, the loss of a 'Godly husband and father. Later in life Mr. Finders moved, to ST. Bakota and from thence. about three years (ago; to this country. While ma-ny feel.-the loss of -a. leader and many more -the loss of a Mend, the 'deepest sympathy'is''felt for and extended to the sorrowing wife and family in their bereavement, by the whole community. D R A Y1N orders 'for araving of all kinds promptly- attended to. E.- D. LeClere. --Leave orders with John Cantin. Hill Block. 212-26 FOK immediate posses- sion 7 roomed house, close in, very recently built. A great bar- gam; Apply to Or-c-o Herald FOE SALE -barn; 30 x 50 and two democrat waggons. Ap- ply to Gus. Neidig, 23L2 1ETETIE Hereby beg to announce that an advance shipment of imported Woolens in the latest designs for Fall and Winter wear has arrived and is now on display at our rooms in the Bryan Block. DuSerin Street. We are now prepared to clothe the men of Lethbridge with goods and fit equal to any on the continent. We cordially invite inspection. Workmanship of the highest class. FOR and lot on John St., No. 3 and house and lot on Gill St.' Also four mares and' colts, five 3 vear old steers, -wagon and harness. Apply Johd'Zoukir'No. 3.' -229-6 FOE rooms, newly paper- ed and painted, furnished or unfur- nished. ;Also some furniture, chick- ens, chicken fence and a; cow for sale. Inquire first house back of Mavor Henderson's on Crabb St. 231-6 SITUATIONS 'SITUATION Englishman 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; Herald. -Apply Box. L., 231-12 taken in or done at private homes. Good