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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 19, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The J.etlibridse UuUy JTerald. Mon.tov. CARDS LEGAL JOHN8TONE solicitors. Office, adjoining tJMon'Bank, Lethbridge; L. M. John- J.1 'Norman Ritchie. CONYBEARE, CHURCH -Solicitors, N'o- tajies Public and Commissioners .iConybeare Block, Lethbridge. Aita. ARCHITECTS WM. T. Whit ney Block. Late of Williams Bros. Architects, Detroit. F. B. Room 5 Whitney Block. SIMMONS .Solicitors and Notaries. Money to loan. Offices in Canadian Bank of Commerce--Bldg. W. C. Simmons; H., A. J. -Solicitor, Notary. Room 14, Stafford .Block. ..Solicitors and Notaries. Money, to loan. Southard Block. Soli- v citor, Notary Public, "etc. 1 and 2, "Block. Money- to lean. A. Macdonald Block, Redpath Street, Lethbridge. Alia. ERNEST E. CArJVER, M.B.A.A., M.R, A., A.A.I., Sherlock Block. Phone 1241. H. M; W. A. Architects. 211 Sherlock Block Leth-' bridge. Phone 143S. SMSTH !.'.'solicitors, notaries, etc. 4 Alberta Block, Round Street. R. Andrew Smith, B. A.. L. L. B.; John J. Cam- L. B. JOHN; R. Solici- Hill ..J.vpatit'. Street. i, Room 4. Red- MEDICAL WILLIAM and con- tractor. Estimates free. Repairs and alterations. Office room 5, Bryan Block. .Phone 426. P. O.'Box 512. was an even break, each notching a j i T ARE CHAMPIONS OF ALBERTA The Lloydrninster team de- feated the Calgary Caledon- ians at Edmonton on Saturday and won the football cham- pionship of Alberta. The score was i to 0. The wag alow and uninteresting. -Montreal scored twice and Cornwall once. In the sec- ond game the game was a bit more strenuous than the .opening quarters, I as a result of which Cameron, Hogan and O'Kane were sent to the fence. The home team scored once in the Cbird. Fred seott made the game safe for Montreal when he scored the eighth goal before two minutes of fourth quarter had-expired, making the.score o to 3 for In their own particular sphere are highly economical and efficient' IRISH FOOTBALL LEAGUE Sept. The following are the results of the -Irish league foot- ball games played v on Saturday: Bohemians l, Belfast Celtic 3; Clif- tonviiie l, Glentoran.4; Distillery 1; imfield 2, Derry Celtic .MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE OR furniture in- cludmg 2nd hand piano; party leav- ing, country, will sell'cheap. 1611 Ross street, north east of Dainty Hospital. 231-6 WHEAT FUR Alberta Red for 25 cents per Insertion when not eceeding 35 in- sertions, PLEASE PAY IN ADVANCE SITUATIONS VACANT VORLD'S SERIES DATES T. K. and Build- estimates given on all kinds of buildings; nothing too small, noth- ing too large. Bos 515; office 1260 Courtlasd Street. DR. XV. S. Surgeon, Acccucher. ;9 a. 2-3; 7-S p. m.-0ffice 914 Ked- path'.Sireec, phone. 1253. CONCRETE executed for cement and other concrete work. Art stone sills and lintels made to detail. Con- crete blocks, and brick always on hand. H. J. Concrete Factory, 52C Smith St., Phone 1244 DOCTOR St., 9 a. m.; ;'MUSIC DR." Stafford block. Residence. 313 Westminster Rd. Of-j -haurs. 11-12 r 1-3; 7-S.30. Office Phone.319; Residence 1090. DR..C. C. Surgeon, Office, Aiberta Block. .Itesidence, corner GlyS aad Bom -Kaurs, 11-12; 2-4; .7-S.30. MADAM. pian 1st. At liberty for engagements dances.. operatic, dramatic and vau deville. Pupils taken in pianoforte and voice culture. Cello by a lady (graduate.) Miss Norman, teacher of 622 Crabb St_ 143-0 NOT SETTLED YET. Chicago. Sept. to am- Kerrmana, president of the Na- tional Commission, the meeting to de- cide the details for the world's cham- pionship series between the Cubs and the Philadelphian Americans win-not be held, for some weeks at least, and in the meantime the fans -will have to wait, for definite, information re- garding the exact, oa'te and the order, of which the games will be played. It is said, however, that the open- ing day -will be- Sunday, October IS. and the West Side grounds here, tho of the series opener. "I don't care when the world's ser- ies commence, or where the games are declared .Charles A. Murphv yesterday. "Naturally, I have to look after the players' interests in this mat- ter, for they are partners in the re: L ceipts. AS far as' I am concerned, however, they can -play the series" on a corner lot, or anywhere for .that mat- ATTELL AND WOLGAST MATCHED AT SAN FRANCISCO Sau Sept. UnTfia, manager of Athletic club announced last nigh that he -had matched Abe Attell an Ad. Wolgast to fight 20 rounds her on the night: of October" ___ or good seed wheat from last Good servants for town caU on, or write to J. and country. Apply Y. W. C. T U 207-o KENT TO REtfr for two j.entlemeii; close in; iaJf block from Central School; board if desired.- Coutta .street. 224 _ Ox and Elevator at Leth- bridge or Stirling. 230-15 TO EXCHANGE FOR HORSES from River, .Address Bos 52, Castor 231 30 WON CRICKET CHAMPIONSHIP Winnipeg, Sept. th Wanderers in all departments of th" game t-he C. P. R. cricket team chain pions of tlie league last year, won the honor for second time on balurday .by the score of 115 to 71 the. only interesting feature being fine oriiliaat fielding ot the champions DR. .p'HAG and Sur gebn... Office Higinbotham Block; Phone 33S; Residence 410, Ernest 'Street Phone 318, DBI J. E. Physi- cian; and. Surgeon. El ectric .and X- ray .treatment. Office, Room IS, Sherlock Building. Corner Redpath ;'-.and'--G-lyn: Hours: 11-1; -3-5; ,-Sundays: Till 10; 1-4; S.3G-S.30. Phone day and .night 1242. R, B. C. THOMSON. B.A.T Accoucher. Douglas .block. .Westminster Residence, 320 Wall-work St. Phone' 475, .D.-.A. TAYLOR, M.D.. ist, Eye; Throat. Staf- Block, Lethbridge, Alta. Oftics hours, 9.30-12 a. 2-5 p. m.; ,in; Office Phone 341; Residence MR. J. W. given in voice cultivation, organ and piano forte, playing and theory. Candidates prepared for examinations of the As- sociated 'Board of the Royal Acad- ertiy and Royal College of Music. 710 "Cc-artland SC Phone -.420. IND.'AN PITCHER WEDS .MISS GERTRUDE teacher oi piano, organ, and concert accompaniment., Will receive pupils on and. after Sop-' tember 1st Lethbridge Con- servatory of Music. H. C. C.--SALMON is prepared to re- ceive pupils in Piano and Theory. Candidates ..prepared for London, .Eng-4 .-and .Toronto.' Examinations street. rP. O, Bos 133 Phone 1162. ViUSiC experienced graduate teacher, late of State "Nor- mal School, Springfield. S. D SIQ per term, of 20 lessons.' Mrs "B 'A Halverson. 1212 Borapas 195-Ox Ray Whisman Takes Caldwell, Idaho. Girl for Bride Spokane, Sept Whisman, the Spokane pitcher, who was fann- ed oar to Medicine Hat at the -begin- ning of the 1910 season, -was married Thursday night to Miss' Hazel Husted of Idaho. Tihey were' mar- ried at the All Saints' Episcoual par- sonage. Canon Bliss p'erfora- ing the ceremony, Mr. Whisman met 1 Alias Husted last winter at, Idaho. They are stopping at the' brown hotel with the-'bride'f parents for a few days and then will leave for. Caldwell. Whisman expects" to- work out with the-.Indians 'nest year. YOUNG SASKATCHEWAN ATHLETE KILLED BY SHOTGUN Wawotaka. Walker, son of P. A. Walker, was kill- ed by. the charge of a shot gun, which entered. the. abdomen. The weapon exploded as he jumped off a iayraqk. He was seventeen years of and a prominent athlete CORINTHIAN CLUB TO VISIT CANADA, British Football" Team Will PJay Games in Dominion Next Year. Toronto, Sept" It is altogether eiy that the Corinthian Pootball club will visit tins' country next year ll play local footballers a of making the' transcontinental-tour., FOR doing good busi- ness. Well located in brick 'building, x 50, with 12 rooms upstairs and full basement Apply English Cafe, corner Westminster, and Ford 231-26 FOR SALE-Nichols and Shepard eri-- gine, thirty-sis horse power simple. Almost new. -Cockshutt plows, ,12 complete outfit 200 acres breaking waiting to be done. 420 acres two miles from station tc exchange for horses. Two section tract "with' living water to exchange for catele. O. T. Lathrop, Whitney Block, Lethbridge, Alta. 232-6 laborers andv men. The New Michel Saw anil Co Ltd., New Michel, B. C. 220-0 miners. Apply to A E. Dupen, New Barnes Coal Co., Royal View.-, 223-0 TO REKT---3Jlceiy furnished room for gentlemen, modern .house, telephone etc. -Apply 425 Bartlett St. 194-0 jrarjusaea- roomi double to rent, Majestic theatre. Ap' Ply Mrs. li. Cleveland, oil premises 97-0 WOMAN care for sick person. Apply 721 Guineas St., River- view.. 231-6 once, a first class tin- smith. Reive Bros., Macleod, Alta. 232-6 for general house work. Apply to 536 Bartlett St. 233-6 TO and offices. Ap- ply to the C. B. Bowman Agency. Acad- ia: Redpath street. 194-0 airy rooms in one ot the mosi'-. .up to date houses in furnished, modern conveniences. in. Apply 2 Crabb S'.t. 207-0 Apply general servant in smal family. Apply .-Mrs. J. M.-Aitken, 271 Brunton St. 233-0 FOR quantity of choice seed wheat, "Alberta Red" 1909 Geo W-. Box 658. 233-6 YOUNG LADY The British Colonial Photographic Co., Room 102. Sherlock Building." 334-6 FOR for >earing S per cent, on 'good security. WANTSD-r-Good general servant at ouce. Apply Mrs. A: B. Rspley, 289 Brunton St. 334.0 .class plasterers at once to'work on new co.urt house. Ap- ly P. 1812: For particulars, ap- Ply A. McCulloch: Lethbridge. 233-6 'OR card size .folding KODAK ..with sling case and portrait dapcer. Cheap for cash. British Colonial Photographic Co., Sherlock Building. 234-6 ALED HAY FOR >rairie hay for .sale in carload lots, per ton f. 0. b. Okotoks." an. now guarantee immediate deliv- ry. Newman Jackson, Okotoks Bos 86, Phone 25" boy at once. 235-2 Apply P. Burns Co, general servant Mrs. W. Kedpath St. in first >dern, 'except furnace _________f_i3omDas St., 210-Ox TO house on William St.? St., rent per Apply next, door or 323 William St? rribta 'gyBer TO modern. G., pas. rooms L. Vrooman, 1120 228-0 TO Basement 25 -x 50, central" for storage. Apply the Simpson Co 229-0 furnished 849 Crabb street, two dollars per week' with u use of .phone. 23 0-0 FOR Will sublet two-Targe bright In splendid .office build- A. Blenner-Hassett.. 1222 ing for less, ''than am how" paying 236-0