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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 20, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta CV Vj ___ THt HIRALft. MONDAY. SEPTEMBER M, IMI. emf'teat? FOUR VIRTUES: Style, Fit Quality, Pattern SPORTS Umpire Mobbed At Toronto Toronto, Sept. baseball season at Diamond Park ended in a riot of tho worst k-ind this afternoon starting in the seventh innings of the second game. With one out, Umpire Byroa went to put the crowd which was encroaching on (third base line, back and somebody hit him. Byron was knocked off his feet and iv lively time resulted. The game was finally callod. The police rescued ham -and the crowd followed them looking for j trouble. The police arrested one man. just outside the grand stand but: bad j to lete'him. go owing to a shower of old-boots, sticks, and many other things. trouble did not A smart style for winter wear. 2 for 25c. IRON FRAME BRAND- for 60c. TOOKE BROS. LIMITED, MONTREAL MAKERS OF COLLARS. TIES, VESTS IMPORTERS OF MEN'S FURNISHINGS. .7 For the Macleod Geneial --A Large Cabbage o .Macleod, Sept. step forward was taken when on Weunes- day ifaclcod was lighted by power from tho new generator. This ma- chine is of the very latest.pattern and from what has been shown so far will furnish enough extra power to serve i many lights to come and who knows j but what it may serve to run the first street cars in i A popular young Macleod man, E. S. Edwards, has gotten into trouble Sunlight Soap cannot spoil your clothes. There are no injurious chemicals in Sun- light Soap to bite holts in even the most delicate fabric. are offer- ed to anyone finding adulteration in Sunlight Soap. Lifebuoy Soap is delightfully freshing for Bath or Toilet In LETHBRIDGE MARKETS The following prices are quoted this niorning: No. l Northern...... 083 Xo. 2 Northern...... 0 80 No. 3 Northern 077 No. 1, Alberta Red 081 No. 2 Alberta Red 078 No. 3 Alberta Red 075 Oots, per cwt. o 70 Barley ___................... o 25 Flax........................ i oo Cattle on the hoof: Steers, per Ib. 000 Cows, Ib. 0 022f 0 00 Hogs: Live, per cwt........0 00 8 00 Dressed, per cwt. ...000 1050 Sheep Live, per cwt.. .'......0 00 4 50 Dressed, per cwt. ....12 50 1500 i Butter and Eggs: Dairy butter.........0 25 Daily Herald Market Place fcnca >IMI have to tell to rcil piece it it thii caliuu. If you win! iflytkiif this 25c one iiacrtioi t iiiMrtioM for SI SiTUATiOWi'VACANT good men for concrete work. Highest wages. Steady work or come -at once. Apply Shannon Bros. Cassidy, Alta. 36-0 SITUATION! WANTED as correspondent or stenographer. Five years experi- ence. Beat of references. H. C. Hoff, Box 570, Cedar U. S. A. 236-3 SITUATION WANTED-By young Englishman with knowledge of French and German. Has had experience in time-keeping and other clerical work. Also m handling men and -different kinds of machinery. Apply Bpi L., Herald. 231-12 keeper and cashier. 5 Bay Co. lady taken in or done at private homes. Good work at reasonable rates. Mrs. Botham, Ave., beside railway track! _________ 222-Ox SITUATIONS WANTED-I am pared to supply first class Japanese ftrmtc per monfch up GeD weather. For GREAT CROWD AT LACROSSE MATCH Montreal, Sept. thou- end, "till the police got to King St- j sand, five hundred people saw the It was a wonder somebody was not, Montreal team defeat the seriously .hurt -as the police were us- Shamrocks on Saturday by six goals ing their batons, and in-an .ugjy mood. the crowd was (to two .in a hard fought and rather rough game, thereby giving them a lead for the pennant.. The Sham- j rocks have a chance to tie Montreal CURLERS TALK RINK The curlers heW an enthusiastic j by defeating the Tccumsehs on Sat- mesting in the Council Chamber Fri- j urday on their own grounds in. which will j here tund is held on a charge of theft, it is unequalled. The'young'man was serving as assist) purifies. ant to Dr. Bruce and whilst employed in that capacity failed to account for all money he collected. He1 was ar- rested at Blairmore and brought back hero by Serg-c. Piper. The Directors' of the Hospital :faa.ve devised a splendid plan whereby grain shippers can very materially aid the hospital at comparatively little cost. The various elevator managers have agreed to handle and set aside any contributions of grain which may be made and it is -expected that the grand aggregate from the numerous elevators will net a very nice sum. The various managers of elevators in i the Macleod IHstrict are giving this! plan, all the assistance possible. Horse stealing is still' as unpopular as ever in Macleod and this was ag- ain provod when H. Livingstone re- ceived the sentence of one year's har labor in the guard room of the R. N. "W.. M. P. Barracks, and ah addition- al six months tacked on for tile still further'theft'of gloves, bridlje, etc. washing underclothing Cleanses and re' T. hot ESSS- I The fine hew 'building which. has j i been erected just behind tho Hotel, on 15th St., is to be this coming week under tb> title of "Alain's House" by Mrs. Driffil andj j bookmakers cannot have fixed places j wiJ1- fil1 a lonir want in the( (for making- bets, but may pay off j neighborhood. part-at--a meeting to be called J for paying off. .day night -to discuss the matter of event the two Montreal clubs sport for the winter by pro I Play off the championship. a "site and erecting a rink, j 'There ,was a. good attendance and the, IMPORTANT DECISION feeling that a rink should be built Victoria., B. Sept. unanimous. A, committee consisting of S. J. Shepard, K. D. Johnston. Wm. a ibootn as paying is no part of i heads are scarce in Mac-i Bruce, and A. Tilley was j betting, was a decision rendered fcut Wlh's'n to -heads of. "appointed to reporr. On a site andidav by Victoria County 'Club. It! ca'bbaSe the glove is again thrown, submit estimates On different kinds of was tjttnt books might be made j dcm'n- when Mr- E- F- Brown enters buildings. The committee is to re- f jjy walking about and a fixed cabbage, which novr weighs twen- ty-five pounds and still and none -can doubt but what orch- urds should be popular here when you" j look at Mrs. Joe Hick's champion _________ {apple tree which shows very clearly i what Macleod soil can do. At a meeting of the Executive ofj of tho Macleod Metho- Lethbridge Civilian Eifle Associa- dtat Church farewell ,tion on. Saturday evening at the R. next X. W. M. Police Barracks it was de- jcided, to hold the first [year On School building which as to be, when the ne" j removed to make room for the new JSREiotTs range will be additiOn to Church. 'It is hoped that the building can be moved for it has an interesting- history and should it be destroyed it would mean the The Coaldaie Restaurant has again changed hands. The New Management they are putting up Menus and Ser- vice that will bring patrons Creamery butter .....0 30 per dozen 0 30 Vegetables: Potatoes, per cwt. i 10 Onions, per, Ib. .....0 00 Feed: Hay ,prairle ........0 00 Hay, blue joint ..___0 00 Hides: Dry......i........... 0 12 Cured ...............o 07% Rendered Tallow: No. 1, per Ib.......' o 00 No. 2, per Ib.......o 00 0 30 0 35 0 40 0 00 0 03% 10.00 13 50 014 0 j WAITRESS WANTED-at Dallas ho- tel.' Must b2 competent. 236-0 cooks at Apply Manager eral servants at month labor at per month up labor contracted. All help ex- good waiter at once at Coaldaie Restaurant 236-6 CARPENTERS geiw eral laborers at CARJtfANGAY. High- est market wages paid. Address Char- les W. Carman, Carmangay, Alta. 36-6 All perienced. R'. G. Hayata, Box Lethbridge. 1920. 232-6 lor Laundry work. Apply" Lethhridge Laundry Co 184-0 0 03X JUSTIFIABLE SELF DEFENCE London, Sept. jury last night brought in a verdict that the shooting of Harvey Scott last Monday by his daughter-in-law, Mrs. Wesley Scott, was in justifiable self defence. Mrs. Scott after killing, her father-in- law said she had been subjected to abuse and torture for a long time, and could stand it no longer. good general servant to assist with, light housework. Apply to 'Mrs. W. H. Morris, Cutbill St. 233-0 HELP 3 or 4 first Arcade Bldg., Round St.- See W. Brown man- ager. 234-0 Competent office man who can use typewriter, shorthand not necessary; also boy. about seven- teen to learn mill-work. 'Apply Oii- 235-3 H. H. DUNWOODY-Barrister. So- licitor, Etc., Office Acadia Block, Lethbridge, Alta. BALL ROOM AND STAGE DANCING by Mise Norman, Wednes- days from 3 to 8 at the Caledonian as grocer's clerk or branch manager; 2 1-2 years west- ern experience (first hand) and over ten years' experience (groceries and provisions) in England. Highest ref- erences. Reply stating wages to 'Box No. K., Lethbridge Herald. 233-6 PROPERTY FOR SALE FOR new 5 room house in North Ward for less than cost of house. Two lots. Small cash pay- ment. Balance on time. W. H. John son, Room-5, Bryan Block. 225-0 FOR SALE new seven roomed fully modern house Coutt? near new Central School. Apply P MacMuxphy, Mgr. South Alberta LUCQ her Co., Phone 225. 200-0 woodsmen.' Highest going wages paid. Elk Lumber Co. F. G. Waters, superintendent, Hos- mer, B. C. i 237-0 for mountains, per month and board Apply E. G. Hazell, Courtland and Burdett. 337-1 Hali. Address Crabb 'St. Howard House 232-6 FOR snap, irrigated- 320 acres, all under 2 1-8 mil- es from Lethbridge, to who will buy stock, 'machinery and household furniture, or to a cash in 'adrance renter. 9 room house; stable for 23 horses. Apply Box A. P., Herald Office, 'BASEBALL RESULTS lt American At Philadelphia- Detroit 0, Philadelphia 2. At (First Game) Chicago 7. Boston 0. (Second Game) Chicago 0, Boston 3. 1 At New f Cleveland 3, New York 5. National At Philadelphia 7, St. Louis 2. (First Game) Cincinnati 1, Boston Boston 5. 6, Brooklyn 0. At Chicago 0, New York 2. .Eastern Ac Hochester 5, Toronto 1. At -Baltimore- Providence 6. Baltimore 1. At (First Game) "Jersey City 1, JJ'ft'wark 2. (Second Game) Newark 10, Jersey City 4. At (First Game) 2. Montreal 1. (Second Game) JBuffalo 1, Montreal 0. First Rifle Practice the last Affair fsmr kind >to be held in the old Sun.-} of the.day gcnooi building which as to next, removod as 'ygTommissioncr of oaths will -be on -line range and all new who. wish to shoot will be admitted to the Association and be served with a rifle, and a.mmuni'tion oath ,of allegiance. All members -who' can take 'tim time j [to attend tliis practice, should come.' jln the; first place a goo-d, attendance at the shopt will be an incentive to attend -again. Then you get a choice of the rifles that you will have to not always that the Association can! have acommissioner of oaths on: the ground aed it is' necessary that the j oath be taken before becoming a 1 her of the Association. The new, range l-s on tthe river bot- tom just above slaughter house and is just a nice walk from the city. Bring one dol- lar along wiith you to pay vour en- trance fee 'to the Association and ]oss of a iracleod land mark Thirty To Acre (Concluded from First Page.) W.L WILSON Buys Sells New j will allow much grain to come from the district between the Little Bow and the Bow River. Besides great deal of grain will be reserved for seed because the acreage next year will be [doubled or more; The Great Northern _ Land Co. oC j St. Paul, have a branch, here and 'have just located forty-two land seek UTS in the Taber district from tjvij to Fiche and ,fourtcen out from Tabcr_ of them are actual settlers will come here this fall or next spring- to begin the development of their farms. ,_ Some purchased improved lands. A that will cover the day's sport. And' f_A 1 rweek from today another excursion of that sanie dollar will cover the rest of the practices' expense this year. STOVES CROCKERY Etc., Etc, Auction Rooms: dor. GLffl fQBD STB, Telephone 189 MADAM of piano- forte, organ and singing. Evening! engagements accepted as town or country. Howard House'! Crabb St. ._ 232-6 S-fi lady ct good ap- pearance" to solicit who lives in North Ward preferred. Call Tuesday morning after 8 aim. Th-e i Crown Cleaning and Dye Works and 2 Whitney 237-1' SNAPS BY THE. WHOLESALE IN REAL ESTATE-The Empire Land Co. have several thousand of choice farming land just placed on the market, in blocks ,of 160 to acres. If it's good land you are look- ing for, at a nominal' price, call or Phene 394. The Empire Land Co., up- Ott Block. 235-0 i.'Sacher of Violin. we as- sure evenly who takes lessons improvement in a very time. We use the very best" of methods. We'VHr'call at your homes. Present address 624 Bur- dette St. Phone 320. rapher for city. Apply College, Staf- ,P. O. Box 237-2 Burc TENDERS St. general servant. Mrs. J. H. Wallace, 237-3 LADLES the British "and. Colonial Photogriphic 1 and 2 Oddfello-ws Block. 2376 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS _________ _______ span of horses., 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 TO SEALED BIDS will "be received" bv the undersigned for the erection" of a town hall and lockup in the town, of Magrath. Forward bids to the Secretary-Treasurer on or before Sat- urday the 25th day of September A D 1909, at 8 o'clock p. m. Marked cheques must accompany each bid for 5 per cent, of the amount tender-! ed. The successful bidder must plete the said building within cer- _tain specified time. Plans and spe- icifications may be examined at the office, of F. B. Eolfson, architect 9 Whitney Block, Lethbridge' or at the office of the Secretary-Tre-'isl urer of the town of Magrath. The owner reserves the right to reject anv or all bids. WANTED TO EENT-A seven roomed house, close in. Must hare good barn on premises. Apply Bex D Herald. WANTED. TO HIRE-Horse and vag- on to deliver laundry for two weeks. Apply Lethbridge Laundry Co. 237-0 MISCELLANEOUS SALE. FOR of the finest "and very best English Billiard Tables made -by the Brunswick Balke Call Co. Mahogany and rosewood legs. Mosaic inlaid cabinet and everything complete. Nearly new at half fac- tory price. Just the thing for a swell club. Apply Sandahl Cigar Co FRQNT EOOM TO suit ,-ne or two young men. Nice lo- cality. Opposite Dr. Mewburn's Red- path St. 237-2 FOR large front- rooms, rurnished, for rent, .with all: modern conveniences. Apply 425 Bartlett St. 237-6 NICE FRONT singing canar- Apply 3rd house south, of the Mrs. Robt. Barcacks on Ashmead. 236-S 236-6 j----------------------------------------------. j FOR foot awning in front of Sage's former stand. Practically new. R. Sage. 217-0 Great Falls, Montana. 36-6 two respectable men. Must be sober. None other need apply. Ad Fisher.'St _ 234-6 MELVTN GODFREY, Secretary-Treasurer. COSY FURNISHED young man. Terms reasonable.-1249 Bompas'St.., east of Barracks. .237-1 An Honest Policy for fill to The Fit-Reform Company puts every transaction between agent and customer oq an honest business basis by means of the Fit-Reform guarantee. This guarantee goes with every Fit-Reform garment, and says that the Fit-Reform Company will promptly refund the full purchase price should satisfac- tion be not given. landsotiters wiu s> returiieiCj from Cal. gary where he had an operation per- formeri on his nose by Dr.. Dunn. I ear and nose specialist, who hus en three years post graduate course i in Europe. i More Taber Fanners S.Francis, two and a italf miles j west of Taber has thresh-Kl. His spring- wheat went lo tie acre. 2108 bushels machine measure ofT sixty acres. The machine mea- sure will overrun six oouails to the bushel. He has shipped car- -loads to Fort William. Frod Hillmer, five miles southwest of Taber has threshed 1090 bushels ji'rom 45 acres. Next v ear ho ex- pects to have 90 acres in crop. He has ordered about six hundred trees from the government. D. W. Burns of Lone Star, .22. miles north-west of Taber, threshed on 7th, and his oats yielded 51 i bushels to the acre off thirty acres. E. Osborne. who': lives '14' miles ja.outh of Taber, in Tp. 7, R. 17, has J400 acres in crop this year. He has a thresher of his own and has been threshing for the ,last three weeks and he will be busy for three weeks yet. Spring grain runs from thirty to foV- ty bushels to the acre. McKELViE McGUIRE Sole Agents for Lethbrictae, BANK CLERKS ARRESTED Victoria, ;B. C., Sept, Lewis and "'Hore, three local bank flishfl, '.from'. Victoria took place weeks ago, after' they ;had passed nvorthloss'; cheques to.'-.'the arnount of following: losses at the race meet hero, were arrested to day in New oYrk on advices from lo- cal police ,-ind will be brought back. Real Estate For Sale j Having more land than we wish to farm, we are offering for sale, at reason- able price, seven sections of choice land in Spring Coulee District, two to six miles from elevator. For information, write or call at my residence in Spring Coiilee. The Kootenay Telephone Co. is fast extending its line to the boundary. Hcsmer will soon have an exchange. SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any_peraoc wno is cite sole head oi a family, or any male over 18 yean old, may homestead a quarter-sectioi ot available "Dominion land in Mani coba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. Tht applicant must appear in person the Dominion Lands Agency or Sub Agency for the district. Erify b> proiy may be made at any agencj Ur of intending homesteader. months' residence upor. and cultivation- of the land in eacfc of three years. A homesteader maj live within nine miles of Ida home stead on a farm of at least 30 acrtt solely owned and occupied by him 01 by his father, mother, son. daughter brother or sister. In certain districts a in good standing may pre-empt quarter-section alongside hit stead. Price per acre. Duties. reside six months in each uf six years from date of homeetead. entry (including the time reqaired to- earn homestead patent) and cultivate fifty acres extra. A homesteader who exhaoeted his homestead right and cannot ob- tain a "pre-emption may take a pur chased homestead in certain district! Price per acre. yeside six months in each el three years, cultivate fifty acres and ertd house worth W.W.OOBT. Deputy Minister of the >r publi- li1" idvertisenrent will not TO furnished rooms. Ap- ply Mrs. Holland, Athletic Park. Guiness St. near 237-6-x FOE section irrigated cul- iyated brides. land 2 1-2 miles from Leth- HALF BREED.SCRIP FOR Located or unlocated, in quantities from 240 acres up. Terms cash. Cor- respondence ipvited. F. E. Moron- 529 bth St., Edmonton, Alta Phone 1996. 233.5 Telephone and modern con- [FOR One forty horse Herald Office furnitur, for sale. Mfa. Bo, 226-12 Phone 145. Box 477 TO office suite of three rooms in Acadia building, Redpath St Apply on premises to The C. B. Bowman Agency. 219-0 FURNISHED let, in new modern house. Terms moderate. Ap- ply Mrs: Jones, third' house from Rpuad on''south side of Brunton St. 199-0 TO and washing. Young men only. per month. Apply Mrs. C.. M. Holland, at head of new bridge. 223-Ox TO room, modern, suitable for two ladies or gentlemen. Apply Union Grocery store, opposite Barracks. TO furnished roo tlemen. Apply 55 Argyle A 230-01 FOR good driving horse and good milch cow. Crabb St., City Apply H. Byer. 629 237-6 FOR or 4 well bred -unbrok- mares with colts Lethbridge P. 0: Apply Box 1301. 237-6 FOR1 xhite Russian Spitz pups, 7 -weeks old. Apply C. Jensen. Cor. McNab and Norman Sts..- North Ward. FOR Democrat wagon, one seat, in good condition. Apply Wil- son's Auction Rooms, cor. Glyn and Ford Sts. Phone 189. 237-3 TO large furnished rooms in new modern house. Apply E. W Gamble, Westminster Road. 232-6 ESTABLISHED (1S54 Merchants Bank of Canada OFFICE. MONTREAL Reserve and Undivided Accounts of Merchants, Farmers and Ranchers Solicited Drafts Money Orders "Letters of OracHi Savings Bank Department Lethbivige Branch- CoaMale Block, St. FUSNISHED rent, one or two gentlemen. convenietices etc. Close in. Apply 52i Crabb. Street. 233-0 FURNISHED monthly. Apply 12 to 3, 6 to 8 p.m. Mrs. Charles, 5th occupied house on Crabb street, south of London Ed NICELY FtTRNTSHED able for two gentlemen, 424 Smith St. close in. 235-6 NOTICE The firm of A. Easton and Co. has been dissolved, to be replaced by A. Easton, Ltd. It is important that all accounts, due the first mentioned company, be paid before October 15th as after that date they will be placed in the hands of a solicitor, 237-24 FINANCIAL MONEY TO amount of money to loan on city property, farm property or any. kind of real" estate. We buy agreements of sale and first andi second mortgages. Be sure and call on us when want money. Empire Land Co., Phone 394, Ott Block, 334-6 FOR or three teams from 950 to 1100 Ibs. each. "Wanted., work for four horse Apply Box 290, 237-6 LOST OR STRAYED For return of four mares branded LM on left shoulder, and seven geldings branded 7L oo left hip. Notify A. A. Lethbridge, Alta. Johnston, 209-0 toy' dog Yorkshire terrier. Reward for (return to 'Hudson's Bay Stores, Liquor Dept. 232-6 black maxe 3 years old; weighs about 1350, branded rtveraa DA on right shoulder, from Stineman ranch 2 miles north of Stirling. reward for return -to above premises. G. D. Stineman FOR SALE BY TENDER TENDERS addressed "to the under- signed are invited up to: November 1, 1909, for the purchase of all or any portion. of, the practically new barij fence around Townships 12 and 13 Range 20 West of the 4th The fence is 36 miles long, willow posts arid droppers.. The highest or any tender-not ne- cessarily accepted. W. R. HULL CO.. 235-26 Calgary, Alta. D R A Y-l N orders lor araying of all kinds promptly attended toi E. D. LeClere. Leave -witty John Gantin, 212-26 ;