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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 19, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta T-T7T TTC (JO ON YOUR BILL Round Street 151 We have anticipated the needs of users, and have stocked up with the choicest assortment of select no matter what you want, one-piece or a complete house orbarn bill, let us figure it for you PIONEER LUMBER CO. Westminster Rd. Yard, .t N. Taber Bow Island Milk River High River Claresholm Granttm Carmangay Barons1 Kipp JcL The .Waddihgton- Sfcuckey Company Dealers in All Kinds of HAY GBAIN Carloads shipped at once, on receipt of order." Ret our prices. Hay, Grain, Stock, Etc. sold on commission, either by pri- vate treaty or public auction. WAREHOUSE SALES YD SMITH ST. Rear of Dallas Hotel Phone 425 Office Round St. .The Office of Ripley Transfer Co, Is Now'Oa Opposite Methodist Church Draying done ca short motice Portage La Prsirie Mar Prospecting for Good Board Meeting' Coleridge, Sept. a meeting of the ratepayers or Coleridge, No. 173, held in the--schoolhouse on Monday evening, Andrew McLean, a merchant in town, was elected to fill the vacancy on the school fcoarti caus- ed by the'resignation of T. M. Bab- ingfton, some months 'Francis Wright, -who had resigned the seere- tary-treasureship, withdrew his resig- nation in deference to the .stroagiy expressed wishes those present, that he was the best man available for the position. The school board, held a meeting 1 later in the evening and sleeted-Mr. PREPARATIONS FOR SCHOOL SPORTS Conditions Of Events Given- OfScials to Requests of Prizes The members of the School Board and.the male teachers of the public and .high school staffs met in com- mittee on Friday night to arrange de- field sports day. McLean chairman. It ed to collect fees' from not contributing to school bv taxes. also rLeeid- all families support the ails for the school n September 30. In-response to a >y the committee, W. C. Simmons "E G. Hazel, R. It Penttefather, j T Liv- ngstone and W. J. Nelson, of .ere d. to pntrib-ute money or prizes. It is ex- ected that .others will follow their sample. C. J. Eckstein the ree use of the athletic-park for the kv TJie committee decided that no puni] would' 'be eligible co coiujxite he -had. been registered of the present term. The comnetiiors in the Old Boys' race must have stop" ped school prior to .July 1, 1903, to be The Scotch Whiskey your palate this; D. O. R08UN, TORONTO SOLE'CANADIAN AQEN T HOTEL ARRIVALS McDonald Ta- Annis, Winnipeg; R G 'cas- Chin; H. H. York, Winnipeg- R Hutchinson, Calgary; D. F.' Fish- VB. Hare., Cranbrook; Irving Bayers, I AlTf1 If 1 AT IO Alphonse Dianne. Coleman; Burt ijNf IflAlV IX Strong, .Tabeii; D. Cal-' IJ gary; Lanis Pratte, P.Qj- R. J. Richardson, C. A. Rich- ardson, Calgary; P. J. Robinson; Win j er, J, ,R. Court, Geo. Cath- erea, "Win. G. Metzger 13. .McEwen, ina; W. "C. Moore, Winnipeg- M Crouch, Clareshblm-; A. F. Ring, Vi- nifred. BALMORAL-.A. H., Talbot. C. Jletcher, Carmangay; Alexander Glen Hamilton, Ont.; Henry Kittelson, Lo- HIDING IN BUSH oust, Iowa; Gullick Wastoedt, Hat- 0.., J. Smith, Wm. Moralee, Re_- Macleofl; C: S. -SmithrFrwT Cullin Monarch. v z-, O. Mallev., Vallev bprg, S.D.; Less.- 'Richardson, Coutta; N.D.; Cook. Carman- G. Woods, p. Hyde, J. City- Lee ipp; G..B. Saunders, Kipp; -w." S. Cowell, Valley Citv, Charles Barkwen, London; C. vJ. McNeely, Church, Salt Lake" Cityr T Ander- Two Saspects In Pincher Creek BEoldrTJp Arrested LET CONTRACT FOR NEW C. P. R. HOTEU WSH-Bo-Built Enlarge, Banff Winnipeg, Sept 19 s contract was let last "Wiyie, vice-president Canadian1' Pac ffi-c, tor. the ofi a new sum-' Pincher Creek, Sept. the .arties implicated Two of -the -hold-up -S4t Lake: which' took place here 'on the '-night of The committee gave 'themselves power to postpone the sports if'thej did. not-think the weather was snit- a-ble on -September SO. A 'combinecl prosramme and score card will fee printed. It was decided to give a gold, silver and :bronze medals for the senior, in- termediate and junior championships, respectively, in tihe win- Western LONG BEOS.Broprietors Office nest Arcade Phone 1163 BULL F5GHT CAUSED PANIC -IW LOS ANGELES. H. Stephens, proprietor of a ?arge brick and tile manufacturing -plant at Portage la Prairie, Man., has'beeu in town all week prospecting in the neighborhood for a" clay deposit suit- abio for brick-making' He has se- cured an option on the S. W. of 34-11, the property-of Mris. Molson, of Medicine Hat, and has a gang ot experts 'with a well-boring; outfit mak- ing tests. This property adjoins the location being worked by the Alberta _ njiu, -Clap-Products Co-, of--Moiiclne Hat. ner will count five points the second Stephens pleased with the results of the -tests so far. and in ail probability will _ secure "thp property.- He inlorms your representative that if the tests are -satisiactcju-y he will spend in develbpm-stit, plant, buildings, railway will establish .a business hexe oa .quite as large a scale as his la Prairie business, -where his pay roll is over weekly. made here this week alone will cost hiis over A business ot this 'magnitude with a practical- successful man like Mr. Stephens at head, should be a great boon to town Jof Coleridge. The most delightful weather of the I season was experienced, here during the past. week. Summer conditions Simmons, prevailed and visitors to our town will carry away impnessions of the three points and the -third one point. Messrs. Hamilton, Johnston, and May were appointed a committee to pur- chase the other necessary supplies-and to arrange-if possibly to have the prizes on display. j. of the :Boarc? Trill present the prizes on the evening of the sports in tie. Central. School Auditorium. Messrs. Flestwood, An- drews and Long were appointed a grounds committee. Officials Appointed. Tne following officials for the dav were appointed: Reeree: F. A. Maxwell Judges: Messrs. Fleetwood, Gal- braith, Johnston, Stewart, Austin and the barriers- of the ring and headed Jor the crowd. A deputy sheriff shot the animal in the bead, and it fell within six feet ol' the specta- tors. Humane officers stopped the further performances. The" exhibi- tion was part, of s. .barbecue and a ser- ies of Mexican sports given in honor af the Mexican Centennial celebration; Fred S. St-anlcy, of Lynn, Mass., "while temporarily insane, ran amuck with crowbar, and seriously wound- man in tire yards here for some time, returned to his home at Gull -Lake, Sask., on Friday, D. A: Landus, fireman aa the run between Iicre and ot th-e r, is writing on his eugineer at this week. Geo. Hargrave and wife, Oi Kalis- peil, Montana, are visitors in town' at t-he Hotel Coleridge. Paul Leceuis, proprietor of the Ho- tel Coleridge, was buncoed out of a nrarfs yU li OI O, ej men. Stanley was lormerly an week's board by a smart young wo- epneptic. man ;rain LethhrJdge.: 'HliSE two Fit- Reform models are the standard of style in sack suits for-this season. Trim, .snappy models, both-of will give a full measure of satisfactioB.and service. E. M. Thomasson and G. Long- Announcer: D. H. Elton. Scorers W: A. Hamilton, D An- Tiine Keepers: C. McLennan B Davies. Judge of Walking: E. Oxland. Clerk of the Cou-rse: H. P sistant, R. R. Davidson. Marshall: 'Major Burnett Conditions of Events. Some necessary conditions .tag some of the events were settled -in putting the shot the new Olvmcic same rule be used, "that Made of fine English Worsteds, and Scotch and Irish 1 weeds, in patterns that harmonize perfectly with th f J competitor put the shot -with -his right and left hands, the aggregate of. the cwo -throws to -he his record The senior relay race 'will -be half a mile, esch of the four in team to run ?2C yards. in throwing the 'baseball a circle twelve feet in diameter will 'be allowed for the run and -the fcall must cross a spswe sixty feet wide for the to count. Tie fatigue -race ie forty yeards each way The intermediate three-legged race will :be fifty yards, and the wheel-btr row race will be twenty-flve Yards each -way. rn the tooard -race "com- peneors win wAik twenty, yards "on two pieces of board Gin. iy I2in and must start over or quit if thev allow a foot to touch the ground. j The junior 'boys' three-legged race kill fifty yards, and thefact forty yards. Th.e committee will sup Ply two sacks, fout the competitor? mf L taeir own .-potatoes and a boy for, the-- potato race" A waJMng.pace of one -mile add- H. E. Rose, .WMpp" G. Campbell, F. Western, Toronto; R. I Ser; 'Willis R. Horaor, Spokane; R. Mont. Hamilton.; N. G. Johnson, Evans Calearv- Geo. A. Snow, Chicago; J. A. Mel-r u J ville, Salt Lake City; J. T. Hening- ef, jr., Welling; R; J. Coleman, Cal- gary; A. Cook; H. McKinnon, Pinch- er Creek. Aitien, Winni- peg; G. S. Gould; Calgarjf; Thos. R. Trudeau, Stembark, Milwaukee; -Toronto; C. W. -lames, Clareghplm; B: Monarch1; N.' J. MeArthur, Milk'Riveii; -J..M.' Haines, Great'..Tails, Montf John Simon, Win. Clinton, D. Hagger; Cal- B. Sutfiexland, Macleodi; M. Pfaill, H.'.F.'UuirgersF- H. W. Hoskin, Red Deeii; W. Cole' w. Nichols, Medicine Hat; R. J -Richardson, -Couttsi; S. P. Rosenbaum land Colo.; F. M Gor- j don, Macleod; T. Oliver, J. p. Free- kman; Noble; Lee' Hogenkamp, Crest-on ipwa; Chas. Peterson, Stettler Mr" and Mrs. Brown, New York- P Kev hare, Grassy D. F. March, JR. .Winslow, Lacombe Young, Great-Fallsi; Jas Pierce., Brooks: Chas. -G R. IE. Firase, Burdett; r -n "Jv Cunningham -Fertile alley Jsnxs- Hart; G-rassr Lake; -New Day- -J.. Gorm- thkd man' the bunch is ..sa'id, to hiding in the bush near here and surrounded, 'while another is nipeg; Wetaskhvin; :Mrs.' H. E. Peter La Val- ley, Campbell, Mont- real; R. .F. Dawson F A.- Martin, Calgary; 0. U. MacMick- Victoria, K. H. Fessenden Nelson, B." Durton Po-t Do veil; A. Passburg; F. -C. Sennet, Calgary; D. Balcovbii, 'Win- nipeg; P. J. Hompan, Kenmare, N. j D' W. C. Heimbuecher, Win- nipeg; J. R. Lewis, Maplea; Bob. Lunn, Milci; D. N. McLeod, j S. W. Colwell, Naiitom: K. MacDon- aid, H. A. MacDonald, Cranbrgok; E. T. Byers, New Dayton; W. E. Walk- H'. T 'Lockyer, Sundial; A. JxeweU, Cole- ridgQ; C. L. -Cra-wiord, Kusfaefluar !F. Newell, Coleridge; Mr. McLean. Monarch; L: Peterson, Sundial ARLI'NGTON-J. Bull, Seattle L Bestover, Brantford, L. S Whipp, -HaroM Cole, Tabsn; Bill Jones, Kipp. WILL BUILD SUMMER HOME. Sept. Lord Hindlip, of HaJl, Worcestershire, will build summer iome at Canal Flats. tlle Windermore district He made purchase of land on the adTice er, Cay ley; -Jobn Red Lodge, Barl Grey, who ias already a hun Monk; Chas. Harrison, "Raymond; J.jinS and fishing lodge there. to the effect that he has escaped and is now across the international boun- dary. In any however, "his cap ture is thought.to.be only'-a. matter of lime. ,The .wo ed are :and Thomas Backus, one' being named, Ashdowii-. It appears that MatHeson was suspected ,ty'. the police the. gang', and '.some remarks he made of an hnplicalave. nature, he was'.arrestied' at FJrank' Math-eson is .reported to -hiave confes- sed and given; the .whole affair away immediately after :his 'apprehension the .other two-accomplices who mad.e up -the.trio- ths _red_light district nigfet of the greenest kind is evidenced, 'by some who. profess know and, who declare there., w.as ,a man in the-house at the time lltfO in his pockets. The flour mill at -this place com- menced their season's .regular milling yesterday- The new manager, A. E, Eeesor, is proving himself an expert at his business, many-alterations-and improvements being due to his over- sight. The brand ot the mill's out- put will m future be known- as "Al- berta's instead .of Pride of the as formerly. Sir, Uses- or leels cosfident of high jrade flour .on the market, and.-as -hef las become every popular in -the- com-? munity everyone wishes Mm-success.i I be spent. on- thes irfcieb. -will, Ibe locatad 'on. miles; ful the-'1 Son. .of 32 much altered ifaJl1- andlwln. ter, ajid ah esteaaiTe Hed out opens- tion- aiid-tliB be jterraesd'iand ways win. of T. land. as chairrajen. of -Ms? meetings, tha varicras Pre- iQler, or kt-. least Let us show them to 132 ving donated ?5. as.A such a cace. -The zace' wffl be open to any pupil. 'Giris' Events. ffriS' will be U00 yards, each, -of four '-girts -on each team to run 7i> yards. In -the nail- contest each girl wfil 'drive toto a piece of 6x6 Competitors are required, to a iamaier. Tie condi- .Joas of tie intermediate girls' con- af the same as for the seniors. The jumor- girls will ue required in the peanut race to carry siz peanuts at a time, a distance of fifteen IfeKELViE McGIJJR] The peanuts net 'is toiiCu6u; oy the hand, i Competitors ibring knives and -peanut The comafttee are going to a lot1 of trouble to the fiay a. Jjig suc- cess, and the toys, and cirfs difterent schools are trainine hard or jthe -rarious events. The contests i 'be keen, i Records will tept -aad will stand I as the marfes or spcc.eedjns yeeri. We reeoieiisead fiiese cigarettes to the rnltnr.ed smoker. Eigbest q.naUty Finest feet flavor. ;