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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 16, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LfcTMBRIDUE fcAltr HERALt, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, Hazel Bidette Child Soug and Dane j Artist La Selle and Lind Premier Club Jugglers PRICES i5c AND 25c PICTURES 1 Friend in Enemy's Camp 2 Brave Irish Lass 3 Summer Idyll 4 How Jones Saw Carnival Continuous Performance a Newspaper NOTICE Church of Christ SPORTS BASEBALL RESULTS American At si on in the near future. H. 13. is moving into his house which he recently purchased from Mr. N. Neilson. On the 15th, Miss Nelson, daughter! of Kelson, of Kituball, is to j be married to Henry Mr. j Sopt 15._school Inspect- Church of Christ or Christian Woolford is the second son of T. H. Brown of Medicine Bat, [Church whose members are com- Woolford. They will reside east our school on ex-! mouly .known as Disciples of CurUston m theUoolioru district, i pressed iiimself-us well pieasod John A.-WooV hfw sold his under its: lots and his interest in the large; farm east Cardstou to his sons, j Simpson M.. Wilford and Milton. is one of the best in this part of Al- berta. S. M. will continue to pincher commuuication for each of you Tho provincial weal inspector, Mr., ooaneKjtlon clmrch-vork re the farm. Ironsides and Fares yester- in JUethbnUge or i- i vicinity are requested fo couirmi- now management, l-rowi Cowley he j J -N n i-i to the North Fork and other j uieate with Bro 0 S. Barrow Lethbridire Steam Laundry, giving w. 0. Hobinson was a visitor to! your address, as he has uu import- have anything to sell or to real place it tbie coluniB. If wad t anytklni uie this coluoiB. one 6 inscrtioaA for SI Washington 7- Boston 4. At New York Philadelphia 2; Now York 3 National At 2; Brooklyn 0. At. Cincinnati Cincinnati 2; Pittsburg 7. Northwestern M Portland S tile S; Por W. 2. Vancou1--. ojuver vkane ma 6; een 2. Eastern '.t-ster 1; 0. 4; Toronto 5. City 5; Baltimore 3. PIS vidence 6; -Newark 3. P The following is the program. Full information can from R. Watt, .secretary, Claresholm Free-for-all, trot or pace, purse[ 2.40 paa> or -.35 purse SlOO. The Claresholm Fall Handicap, for >ai'-okls ami upwards, the low- day shipped 37 cars of cattle Cardston. This week there will be shipped about 36 moro cars of beef from here. When 73 cars are taken in one week it gives aii idea how the !cattle industry is conducted in this returned today from Marshall, has been in. Cowley for ai few >days and we understand some of i the ranchers in the vicinity are like- ly to be summoned to explain why i Alberta Christian Missionary Society Japanese boys want- ing situations, apply to P. 0. Box Raymond. 231-6 lor laundry work. Apply Lethbridge Laundry Co 184-0 est wi-ight allotted .to be not less than 105 Jbs.. i-miks purse SlOO. The purse, weight for age.j' j-mile, purse j The Walter Handicap for horses j that never won a. purse exceeding in value SlOO to the winner horse, gentlemen's hurdle races excepted) the lowest weight allotted Jurton the Editors' convention recently held j in Edmonton-? ITc reports having a ed on their premises. Up to the present our town has b'een dependent on Pincher Creek and other neighboring towns for its news- paper advertising. For some OUR LETTER BOX. A CORRECTION I young lady of good ed- J j ueation and good on mathematics to learn bookkeeping. Apply Mgr. Hud- son's Bay Co. 230-C iinost enjoyable time and speaks in terms of the extend- the people p. the capital. past a movement has.been quietl'y Daily developing in the direction of estab- j paper in Cowley. Taber. Sept. 14, '09. WANTPn j your Corre9pomlent that-Hl faas tfae appoaralice last j Vo1' L> N0> 1 lthe Cowley had the contract to build the received bv published by the Foothills SMeirs ction Job, Print and JScws Company, Ltd., Your correspondent should be SlvALEE siDS tho for the erection town hall and lockup in the town'jW. Bartlett, edit'or and manager. of Magrath. Fonvard bids to Seeretarv-Tivasurer or bef re Sat- '_ more careim in gathering his news, is a four paper, its as j was the contractor in this case to be not less that 1-10 Ibs, jpntle- of'september A.S" menr to and Mr. Hudson was working lor me. experienced grocery- man, must have' good references. Ap- ply _Mgr. Hudson's Bay Go, 303-6 first class blacksmith for a "shop'in which' there arfe five blacksmiths, employed. Must be a good. :horseshoer. Wages .per day. Best equipped shop in Western Canada. Apply to T. H. Scott, Pinch- er Creek. 230-6 ,WANTEp--A-good general servant to men -riders, one mile, purse Farmers' .trot, purse CLARESHOLM FALL RACES -Claresholtn fall race's have been fix- ed to take place on. Frklay. Oct. 15. WOULD FIGHT AT ATLANTIC CITY Atlantic City, N. J., Sept. Johnson, weight charopion, has written the local. Athletic Club that he. is willing to fight Jim Jef- fries here. The .Jeffries already has been secured. The local promoters have taken the matter up with the governor "BULLER" COMES IN 2 AND INCH. 2for25c. llONTnCAt. MAKERS OF COLLARS. TIES, AMD IMPORTEfni OF I W- A CARDtOF THANKS We wish, to thank: the many kind and 'neighbors who so kindly assisted us in cur time of weed, and also fur the biautiful floral tributes. Mr.lfind Mrs. U. L. Peck. Lots of Cattle Being Shipped S o'clock p.m. Marked'use of the "patent inskies" -used in It not to mention cheques must accompany each all country weeklies, and jn yOur paper, but I think your cbr- ;witll Mrs; Wl housework. Apply Morris, Cutbill St. 233-0 cifications may be examined at the Jt speaks well for the growing im- bcrs of his own family. office of F. B. Rolison, architect, portance ami bright prospects of Cow- -vewspaper; correspondents are not Room 9 Whitney Block, ]cy that farseeuig business-men are ied but such mistakes as or at, the office 01 the Secretary-Treas-.; nii invest, caoital in an 1 tTiP town nf Xfnimif-.h W thai capital m an ,the one> j feave metttioned are not WANTED AT clerk. Ap- ply .Balmoral Hotel. 233-O HELP Wanted 3 or 4 first class painters. Arcade Bldg., Eourid See F. W. Brown, man- ager: 234-Q, owner re .or all bid eserves the right to reject any i enterprise of this kind in our town. to imprOve the business of i carpenters on ids. Great interest has-been "by the injured party. Monday morning at the Victoria Man- Yourt truly, ALBERT P. MELVIN [the people of Cowley in- the'-polo Secretarj-.Treasurer. tournameht just finished ?in Winnipeg, as the Pincher Creek team which won the Chipniaa Cup and the jship of Western -s composed ROOM AND sober, j.of men almost entirely ironv Cowley quiet men, none other need apply-1 and vicinitv...... Will Raise the River Bridge No. 1222 Fisher St. 229-6 Mr. the: popular C. Cardston. Sept. .James Layton, after six weeks spent in the house nursin.jj.his broken leg, is again jable to be out. Ke managed to get jas far as the business part of town (yesterday by the aid -o'f 13 i Prest. E. -J. Wood Went to Taberj trip on yesterday's on a business train. (Continued from Front Page.) tween S400 and on the road east station 'a2rent.rcsuir-.ed his -luties on ,1 of the bridge- m the spring. Also in bundar alter: a two weeks hclu.ay. -j.io.i- t Y- order to cope with the ..matter of i spent in the too thills and Kootenay T -maintaining srootl roads in this ;wstrict. Mr. 1. I-. Knox. sions, -corner of Redpath and Cut- bill .-'-to 'assist .With.. i cattle to Montreal.; 'Fere trip. Apply W'W. Fleming Raymond, station on Sat- urday. 234-2 general servant wanted. Apply to Miss Hings, 317 Westminster Road. 2343 uorr LOST OR -halter aad 100, feet chain taken from a cow belong- ing to J, H. Wallace. Fiader will please return to J. H. Wallace, Bur- dett.St. 196-0 watch with chain attached. S- Skin 3 2; 0. Wood, bl on took the half and the 3-4, open faced watch, chain attached. Reward for return to Her- aid, toy do? Yorkshire terrier. Reward for xoturn to Hudson's Bay Stores, Liquor Dept. .232-6 black mare 3 years old; weighs about 1350, branded DA on right shoulder, from Stineman ranch 2 miles north of Stirling. reward for return to above premises. G. D. Stineman 232-6 red cow, branded battle on left ribs, also had bell on. Reward will be paid by M. Pilchak, Church St., Staffordville, No. 3. 233-3 PROPERTY FOR SALE lots in Block 93. Price each; 1-3 cash, balance in 4 and 8. months Apply Box 327 Leth- bridge P. 0. 228-0 FOR new 5 room house in North Ward for less than cost of house, j Two lota. Small cash pay- ment. W. H. John son, Room 5, Bryan Block! 225-0 FOR SALE new seven roomed fully modern house on Coxttts near new Central School. Apply ,P. MacMui-phy, Mgr. South Alberta Luin her Co., Phone 225. 200-0 FOR snap, irrigated 320 acres, all under cultivation, 2 1-2 mil- es from Lethbridge, .to one who will buy stock; machinery and household furniture, or to a cash in advance renter. 9 room house; stable for 22 horses. Apply ,Box A. P., Herald Office. MISCELLANEOUS WANTS trict tli.-' ffovernment had decided to j i.kotu. was. relieving agent, during his I absence. _., j Harvesting operations are practi- and a resident 'engineer at FOR' rrioms, newly This news was received with j ed ;and'painted, furnished or unfur- nishefl. Also some furniture, chick- lens, chicken fence and-.a' cow for Tjrider the head of new busing 3ak_ Inquire house back of Mr.' Buchanan referred-to the Mayor Crabb outfit opened the thresh- of mail facilities i-n rural communi-j: 'V" j cally completed in this secticn ;the hum of the threshing machine has taktn the place 'of i. the bindar. reason on C. Drury's farm on Wednesday the ties in this district and also' section, irrigated the Grows Nest lue east of the city, j 5 He told of private itiiormation ,sup- j 2 1-2 miles from Leth- -Telephone and modern con- A police court case is a very unus- -tie icia 01 private iDiormaaoa j veniences. 60 acres in fall. wheat. Al- I ual event well-ordered town, plied to him by. the Herald's travel-1 so stock, machinery and -household furniture for sale. Address-Bos A. P. "Herald Office. 226-12 jbut Justice Bedell hsld "court correspondent; showing the (the 16th) to settle a case brought suits of poor service to this city. before him by--E C.'Drurj-. Mr. Druiy jniotion of Mr. Buchaiian and K.-'-A: DON'T Arthur Pitcher rticently bought the town property of 33x. Pitcher will move his family to (had 'employee named Wm. Knigh.t. TO office suite, of ;three ex-j Cunningham, a resoluferi wiir1'' Acadia-building, Redpath with' forwarded to the postoffice St Apply on premises C. B. buying poor cheap mail order house, breaking-into a shack-on his premises j ment.showing- the growth of the .dis" But he was-unable to produce'evi-Uriet and the absolute necessity for Guns or Revolvers. __ Don't think that: you are getting l-dence 'to 'satisfy, the-..justice that! an inspector at more than your money's worth. j Knight was guilty and the rase was E.. A. Ciioningham thought BUY HERE the i dismissed. 'Board should again write the v A MARKET FOR OLD STRAW HATS We're going to pay you fifty cents lor your old jstrjiw hat. We want 976 men's used straw hats by ]Q p.m. 'Saturday. We are not going to tsl! you what we're going to do with, thjm but we will- tell you that we- are tired'of seeing you wear them. Every- body They're a public nuisance at this time fif year. So "we want to gather them in. Every over- worked straw head-piece in Lethbridge which we have figured out to be about 976 and in order to do'this we are going to pull off the most novel hat sum: over tried out in Lethbridge. Listan. v Bring us the straw hat you are wearing and uv will allow you fifty cents for it ou any purchase of M Fall Christit: or Stetson ,and hat. Every man km-ws that these makes sell year in and year out and everywhere at and They're stand art! 'h-its ;it, .that price. Bring "us the old .straw scare-crow. Help us purge Lethbridge of the unsightly objects and thus aid the move- ment for a City Beautiful. Ivemember this offer is good for Friday and Saturday only. This store will, be closed at We want you to ,-ihe old soi'L- into the .store and walk out with a hat that will make you look like A LIVE show the swellfst shapes and colors for tho young men and the most stylish and graceful for the conservative men. X McKelvie McGuire THE HATTERS tion after your first hunting trip. -IHobmson. on Wednesday evening. We.j of the opinion that if a man', at- .-south side of Prince of Wales and TT.M.C. shells understarrcl that an amicable agree-j tawa .such as C. A, Magrath.. M. are the best that money can buy. rne-nt made between, the -board 1 were" to take up the matter person- j JQ HnnHp Pn ianfi with regard to the j ally it would hahve more weight UUOOS uu, {use of the town water in the school, i Both suggestions were iri m REFERENCE: BANK OF MONTREAL Members Winnipeg Grain Exchange and Toronto Board of Trade. exporters, New York, Boston." Chicago, Montreal and Toronto. 'Also millers in Ontar o, and largest flax handlers in America We 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 executed on reasonable margins. Where you know what you are getting lawyer Kemtnis attended a meet- i paxtrneni asking for better IT'LL PAY YOU -ing of the Cowley school -board held j vice at once between -''''and- And you'll ..thank us for this "informa-jih the office'of the secretary, t.W. C. [the Hat. C. F. P. Conybea-; e" was Dwman Agency. 219-0 TO furnished house with modern Sept. 12 next. inbotham. conveniences. Available' Apply John D. .Hig- 219-0 FURNISHED let, in new modern house. Terms moderate. Ap- ply Mrs. Jones, third house from Brunton 199-0 that handles sporting goads exclusively i MRS. 4V. P. J, ALEXANDER. AT j j C M A O'.C M GradtTatp Toronto j j Conservatorj- of Music: Gold Med-! and washing TouTlg men only. S6.00 per month! Apply Mrs" C M Holland 'at head of new "bridge' 223-Ox Conservatory of Mus-jferin street to tlie corner of Court- F. .B. Agnew has moved from. Duf-' TO nicely furnished -A BARGAIN Two Lots and Four-roomed House in Duff Add i lion. Will sell furniture, etc.. house. Will iantlle. TELEPHONE 294 Office, fioom 8 Macdonald Block aCC6pt number of pupils in vile? and piano instruction. and Bartlett. a culture _ Phone 445. Herald. good ses. Apply Box D.. 234-O Should be a season of plentiful money for many of our people, and much of this should find its way 'in- to .the- BaTik. We wish to remind all of the fa- cilities of the BANK fOT -for conducting the banking business of fanners and town and city people. Surplus nioney should be deposited in our Savings Department where "it will earn in- terest and where it will be SAFE jntil required for use. Small or. large amounts ifiay be deposited or withdrawn at any time; 1855 LETHBRJDGE BRANCH F. W. McEachern' Manager FOUND Real Estate For Sale Having more land than we wish to farm, we are offering for sale, at reason- able price, seven sections of choice land in Spring District, two to six miles from elevator. For information, write or call at my residence in Spring Ccmlee. a seat in the square, a satchel containing a sum: of money and-other articles. The owner can ha.re the same by calling at 320 i Glyn St., proving property pay- Ling expenses. Alex Max'wrfl.. BALL ROOM AND STAGE DANCING by'Miss'Gorman, Wednes- days from 3 to 8 at the Caledonian Hah. Address Howard House Crabb St. 232-6 4 4 4 4 MADAM of piano- forte, organ and singing. Evening engagements accepted" as pianist, _ town or country. Howard House 7 Crabb 'St. 232-6 NOTICE SUPERINTENDENT' WANTED for Claresholm -waterworks and electric J light and power plant. Duties to 'commence 1st of November. Appli- cants to state qualifications and sal- ary expected. Apply Geo. Simpson, Secy.-Treas.; Claresholm. 231-6 Clara C. Thompson CONTRACTORS, all. kinds of repairs. Good work guaranteed. Prices right and quick Apply G. K. Gonst, gen. del., Lethbridge 229-6 orders lor araying of all kinds promptly attended to. E. D. LeClere. Leave orders with John Cantin, Hill Block. 212-26 ESTABLISHED 11854 Merchants Bank of Canada! HEAD MONTREAL Reserve and Undivided Profits___'. Accounts of Merchants, Farmers and Ranchers Solicited Drafts Money Orders Letters of Savings Bank Department Lfcthbrtige Branch- CoaMftle Block, Redpath St. rooms, suitable for one or two gen- tlemen, or married couple or ladies. No. 1248 Bpmpas St. east of Barracks. 227-0 TO" room, modern, suitable for tsvo ladies or gentlemen. Apply Union Grocery store, opposite Barracks. TO furnished ror. tlemen. Apply 55 Argyle Ave. 230-0 span'of horsee, must be well matched, true and gentle, not over 8 years old and to tip the scal- es at, 2800 cwt. or over. Add Box 1996, Lethbridge. 232-6 SITUATIONS -VANTED SITTJATION young Englishman with knowledge'of French and German. Has had experience in time-keeping- and other clerical work. Also. in handling men and differpnt kiads of machinery. ApPty Box L., Herald. 231-12 taken in -'or aone at private homes. Good' work at reasonable rates. Mrs. Botham. Torrance. Ave., beside railway track. 222-Ox SITUATIONS am ;pre- pared to supply first .'-class Japanese cooks -a.1 550 per month up. Gen- eral servants at. per month up. Genera! labor at per. month up. All labor -contracted. All help ex- perienced. R. G. Hayata. Box 1920, Lethbridge: 232-6 as clerk or branch manager; 2 1-2 years west- ern'experience (first hand) and ever ten years' experience and provisions) in England. Highest ref- erences. Reply stating wages: to; Box No. .K., Lethbridge Herald. 233-6 for Box B., Herald. engagement, 2344 as'delivery man, used t-> horses. Box B., Herald. 254-1: TO LET-rTwo large furnished rooms in -new house. Apply E. W. Gamble! Westminster Road. 232-6 FOR Toomed house on Smith St. Inquire at 42Q Smith. St. 232-3 FUENTCSHED rent, one r two All conveniences. Telephone, etc. Close in. Apnlv 513 Crabb Street. 233-0 FURNISHED monthly. Apply 12 to 6 to 3 p.m. Mrs. Charles, occupied house on Crabb itreet, "south of London Rd. 233-0 .HQTTSEJTO. or 6 rooms, close in. v4on Fruit Co. FOR SALE. FOR and 1st. on John St., No. 3 and honse and lot on Gill St. Also'four mares and colts, five 3 year old steers, wagon and harness. Apply JohnrZouki. No. 3. 229-6 FOR foot awning in front of Sage's former stand. Practically new. R. Sage. 217-0 FOR or five well bred unbroken mares -with foals. Apply Box 1301, Lethbridge. 223-6 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, aiso floor. Apply J. B. Kelsey, c-o Herald..A- 230-6 GOOD 'CEDAR 'sale. Prices right. The Creston Mercantile Co... Ltd., Creston, B. C. c 233-4 HALF BREED SCRIP FOR S Located or '-unlocated, in quantities from 240 acres up. Terms cash. Cor- respondence invited. F. E. Moron- ey, 529 bth Si., Edmonton, Alta. Phone 1906. 233-6 WE CAN SELL YOUR LAND FOR can sell your land at. prices that can't be beat. We can sell_you good land from up to per acre, in any.quantity from one quarter up to as much a? 150" sec- tions in one block. Terms, one-tenth of the purchase-price in cash and the balance in nine eq-ua: annual instal- ments with interest'at 6 per cent, on the unpaid balance. The Empire Land Co., upstairs in Ott Box 60. Phone 394. 191-0 my place on-' Aug. 27th, a; mare branded 21 on right thigh. Owner can have, same by paying for this ad. John Andrews. Sec. 27-13-21. 231-< return of four mares branded f-M on left shoulder, and seven geldings branded 7L on left hip. Notify A. A. Johnston, Lethbridge, .Alta. 209-0 SYNOPSIS CF CANADIAN NORTH- yVEST LAND REGULATIONS Any person wno la tn-e sole nead ol a family, or any male over 18 yean old, may homestead a. quarter-section ot available Dominion land in Mani- toba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. .-The applicant must appear in person the Dominion Lands Agency or Sub- Agency for the district." by proxy may be made at any agency t4r of intending homesteader.. months' residence upon and cultivation of the land in each of three years. A homesteader maj live within nine miles of nia stead on a farm of at least 80 acrei solely owned and occupied by him 01 by his father, mother, eon, daiighter. brother or sister. In certain districts a in good standing may pre-empt quarter-section'alongside bis staad. Price per acre. reside six mouths in PACD of six years from daie of homestefti entry (including the time required to earn homestead patent) and cnltivatt fifty acres extra. A homesteader who hat exhausted homestead right and" cannot ob- tain a pre-emption may take put chased homestead in certain Price 13.00 per acre. .reside six months in each years, cultivate fifty acres-and a house worth -W.W.OOBY. Deputy Minister of tbe publl o! thi15 will not for. ;