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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 23, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR LtTHBRlDuE f.AlLf HERALD THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, I9W. NEW LEAGUE TO BE FORMED Prince Aibort May tJe m BaSebaM League Next Year v.m Moose Jaw, Regma, SasK-'oun, Brandon, Etc it- ;ina, S-'pt ti Canada are be- to. stun up the and ou.ii'- books in order to Mj the financial condition..'of the different clubs in th.' league. The bright pros- pects as the beginning joined to been darkened through the sum- uvr reason or bihor, and many explanations' are being made in order to place the -blame where it rightly belongs. The general impres- sion is that the money began to slide vice Rifle Association Gets Off With Good Start ...The lirst practice of the KiUo Association was hold yesterday afternoon. Considering that the fios "wi're strangv to the men thts'i scores were very fair. The two hun-j dred vuni was the only one i Suot. Out i Oints j the following scores were made. Oljver 141 Rev. Chivers 14: Atcherly 10 j Li. A. Smith 8j E. W. .Johnston 18j Dcrgt.-Major A. Matthews .1. S. Johnston H. A. Mav.vi N. T. McLcod H. McKillop A. Sergt Humby T. Hall Douet ,J. I. Kakin 16 10 25 25 13 19 24 19 'l9 22 20 8 oo Give us a Call, and we will explain the advantages of these beautiful Heaters. BASEBALL RESULTS American At Cleveland- Cleveland 1; Boston 3. At Washington- Washington 3; Detroit 8, At Philadelphia C; St. Louis 2. National At St. New York 4; St. Louis 3. At Cincinnati 4; Philedelphia 4. Eastern At Montreal'0; Newark 1. At Rochester 3; Baltimore 0. Second Rochester 11; Baltimore At Toronto 4; Providence 0 Buffalo-Jersey City, rain. A WEDDING AT MILK RIVER Elevator Has Just. Been Completed at This Point I Milk Fviver, Sept. the i pood weather prevailing at present, j threshing will soon be a thing of the i past. i The rnarriagi! of. Mr. Harry Sims t'> Minnie Michaelis took place at. the home -of the bride'? parents yestirday. Miss Michaelis is the j tlT oldest daughter of Mr. Fred ise, a well to do fanner living about i the' Daily Herald Place ocrt you anything to sell or to. rent .place ii Iv this column. If you want anything use this column. 25c one insertion 6 insertions for Si Si TUITIONS VACANT HAYR BROS. Regina Padlev tearn informed the Leader last night that at present it impossible to state any' figures definitely regard-! ing the club's finances as th-- books 19; PHONE 75 P.O. BOX 27 IB j Toronto, Sept. I weather had an effect on the attend- j ance at the Ontario championship un- i der the auspices of the Irish Canad- j ian Athletic club at Scarboro Beach jjix miles N. E. of town! and i groom owns a large ranch some miles j down the river, Both young people or come good men for concrete- wages.- Steady work at once. Apply Shannon w 7 vt, v-vAiiu ao OnUIlilQU are well and favorably known around Bros. Cassidy, Alia. 36-0 here and the entire Community joins j in wishing them a 'happy married life, i Assistant lady .Mr. and Mrs. Oscar entertained at dinner last Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Logan and Mrs. J. F. j Three or four SITUATIONS WANTED SITUATION WANTED-By young Englishman with knowledge of French and Gorman. Has had experience in time-keeping and other clerical work. Also in handling men and different kinds of machinery. Apply Box L.. Herald. 231-12 WASHING-rWashing taken in or (tune at priyate homes. Good work at reasonable rates. Mrs. Botham, Torrunce beside niilway track. I 222-Ox Quinn and Messrs. Walter and Frank Quinn. Monday afternoon Fitz- maurice also entertained a number of the young ladies of the community. Last Sunday the young people enjoy- ed a very pleasant evening at the home of J. A. Ellert. Music and singing was the role of the evening. laborers Apply F. W. Brown, Arcade Build- ing. 239-2 WAITRESS Dallas ho- tel. Must be competent. 236-0 good waiter at once at Goaklale Restaurant 19 ed Emslie, and today. with superhuman J xhe crowd 11 M.O V-nt; J. i j Jones Dill have just completed I CARPENTERS eral laborers at CARMANO-AY numbered aoout were ,bein but there audited by Mr. Gamble, 11. H. .Johnston 20 strength he bowled the ball players but the track and field conditions 19 j over like ten pins, while the fans werg perfect. Interest centered, of The Association: has decided to i looked on in bewildered amazement.! course, in the appearance of Harold i Old tWO Practices ft i.Tfifl.l.'hf I" fj-n _ _ .1 _ _______il, _i- j.1.____' _i TI i_ i I _ tlovu JLWU.J-C3O V-UoA" now ready ior busi- les W. Carman, Carmangay, Alta 36-61 conveniences, loode, of Dakota, Lethbridge. M hOW tWO Practices a week> "Poor said a sympathetic! Wilson, the great English miler, and much, as was droppea during pem.itung. on Wednesdays and in the stand. "He's plum off his i Emilio Lunghi, the Italian world's the latter part the season. At Afternoons. t. Champion half miler, both of whom ran in the colors of the Irish Ameri- Athletic club of Kew York. clay afternoons, practice to commence! i _ any rate, said the president, Mr. AcasUt 3 o'clock. The next practice will I ter, many was lost as so-m as' the! be on Saturday. Sept. 25th. i les' "e replied a mend sar- took castically. "He is fighting for his Main iooiv Lne wesiern trip, as wi-i; ih.o mnas of the Association are distance ajfiiance Mn 4fMat-- f v v rin, as 'the I Tho funds of the -Vssoc ation are1 "He is for his dub I Tf are life ghl won hig event easilj; but Wilg0n i. still verj low and the members who ii: F i haiq Calgary Jaw made travel-j have not yet paid their fees are re- ling altogether too exp-.-n.nve. The; ifuestod to hand their dollars over to ntohber of miles covered by tho West-: the secretarj-. H. A. as! ern Canada League "was greater than) soon as possible, some of the big leagues in the United Stati1? that were not paying, any too j well. Umpire Fought To got their hands on his wig yet, don't For a few minutes tne crowd was j completely puzzled. They couldn't i. understand why an umpire who had I been hit in. the head was fighting so j of his life "Chuck" Skene in 4.2S 3-5. beat their elevator of bushels pacity and are ness, Mr. P. J. Hoode, of Dakota, act- ing as agent. Messrs, teff ing we'll and Egan of Warner were seen spinning through this part of the country last Sunday in their new Cadillac auto. s at CARMANG-AY. High- market wages paid- Address Char. WORK WANTED wife to do cookin Would prefer to 75 Herald Office.' ti as school teacher. Have hud 23 experience1. Ad- dress (Miss) M. Ely, Optic, 240-2 married man; housework. MISCELLANEbuS WANTS ROOM AND two In- sentlemen. Apply Mrs. Hall, 528 Bartlett.; 239-0 two young wen fur mshed or unfurnished room. Best of references. Apply Box ;2 Herald. 239-2 WANTED TO BENT-Ten or twelve roomed house, close in. All modern lor Laundry work. Apply Lethhridsre Laundry Co 184-0 good general servant to assist with light housework. Apply to Mrs. W. H. Cutbill St. 233-0 LETHBRIDGE MARKETS hey has been dropped by the clubs I in the West they do not seem to; have lost the enthusiasm prevailing j His Wig hard I were to AFTER WINNING TEAM Philadelphia, Sept. Mc- get away from those who j Aler, manager of the St. Louis Ameri- trying to help him. Finally can- baseball team, made the George Schlei sat down on the grass nouncement today that he had agreed Boston, Sept. 22. ___ __. from the time league's iacep- tomahawk may have passed, but Bobi tion. .It now -where Emslie, the .oldest umpire in ihej the deficiency was aivl will be over- world, came as near being scalped i COTIIP another seas-Hi by'forming two the other afternoon as did ever Dan-i l-afrups, making the division at 'Moose iel Boone, Kit. Carson, Young Wild j ordered.that Pla-v resume Jaw. Already steps are being taken West or old King Brady. Wobbling in that- direction, .-ind other cities in and groggy from 'a terrible rap oh the two .province? are asking for ad- the cupalo by a tip foul, Mr. Emslie' mission in' the' league. Saskatoon put up a desperate fight and the' and Pdnce Albert, in this province wheels in his head got back into and m Manitoba working order just in time to save may in line-to cunport a profes- him from dire disaster. sional ball team by npxt season. It-, For years the ball player has-been is reported that, Resnna fans tunned forced to tuck his tail between his out in support of-the ball legs and meekly beat it -out of the tt-r than any otherVtown city m park when the umpire said the West and the j pennant But recently the worm turned and does not belong Bonipilers it Roger Bresnahan, .'Sy Seymour and is hoped the eiperiance "will Jap Barbeau came within an Tice of better posi- revenge. The ball struck Emslie on 5 league sui-' the northrwest quarter of his dome warrant the] and just about two inches above iwhere his wig begins. He reeled and s would have fallen had not George i Schlei caught him in his arms. The Cafdin-als rushed to the rescue ;with and began to laugh until the tears upon terms to manage the Washing- The amount of -The davg oi the trickled down his face and then the i ton Club next season. crowd ot wise- Emslie. having shak- salary he is to receive is not known off his ;friencls.- Tan. over toward but it is understood he will be given itliird, pressed down the disheveled a block ..of stock in addition as jm wig, and limping J- vi. v> a The following prices are quoted this mer, B. C. morning: No. 1 Northern............ 0 82 No. 2 Northern............ 0 79 No. 3 Northern......... 076 j woodsmen. Highest going wages paid: Elk Lumber Co. {F. G-. Waters, superintendent, Hos- 237-0 No. 1 Alberta Red 0 80 No. 2 Alberta Red.........' 0 77 No. 3 Alberta Red 0 74 Oats, per cwt. _____.......... 070' Barley 0 25 Flax" YOUNG LADY In- surance and Real Estate office." Must have some experience on books and office work. Skeith Tilley. 23S-3 YOTJNG LADIES the I .British and Colonial Photogriphic Co., Rooms 1 and 2 Oddfellows I say they are putting up Menus and Ser- vice that wiil patrons BARGAIN Three Lots Block E, facing Courtland Street, each easy terms. .-water, and all the baseball .tools, for bringing groggy man around. The siglxt however, quickly brought Inislie back to his senses uot becaua? it was cool, but because it was wet A dash of that on hie i head and the first time in his life his would have been laid bare to a cnel and jibing public. As a matter Mr. Emslie's head 'is as bare othair as a billiard ball but its rnudin, is protected by a nice brown Take that off and he would be lilf naked. "I think you scalp is cried Bresnahan, ruling up with a wet sponge. "Let re to it." "JTo, no, no shrieked Emslio in terror. "It He was still rejing around, but he was strong enougi to fight for that precious scalp. I "Let me help said Jap Bar- beau, who had jus been called out an strikes, and helmade a dive for the wig. I, "Let me alone, I ftl! vou shriek- PROF. FRED of Piano'and Harmori5 MRS. FRED oiTiolin. We as- sure everybody who takes lessons of us, rapid improvement in a very short time. "We very bes't of methods. We vrilicall nt your homes. Present adcbss 624 Bur- dette St. Phone Grand Auction Sale f Of Fine Art Pictures We havebeeu favored-with instructions to sell by auction a very, fine collection of Fine Art Pictures.-coiisisting of Oil Paint- ing's Water Color Paintings. Etchings. Engravings. Sepias, Carbons, and "many copies of pictures ,by famous ;artists FOR The old Freig Parties purch and clean up days. Proposal ceived up to Shed north of track jing to remove same round within thirty for same will be re- iday, September 27th The Alberta legation Co. Cattle on the hoof: Steers, per Ib. ...___0 k to-the plate, inducement to bring a winning team'Cows, lit......... 002% to the capital city. Hogs: Live, per cwt........0 00 Dressed, per cwt.' 0 00 Sheep: Live, per cwt. 000 Dressed, per cwt. ....1250 Butter and Eggs: Dairy butter 025 Creamery butter' Eggs, per dozen Vegetables: Potatoes, per cwt. Onions, per Ib. Feed: Hay ,prairie 000 Hay, blue joint 0 00 Hides: Dry.................. o 12 Cured................ 0 Tallow: No. 1, per Ib. 0 00 No. Ib. :L 0 00 R. V. GIBBONS 1 10 0 00 SALE TO HELD AT THE LABOR HALL, Glyn Street, on TUESDA Y, SEPTEMBER 28th Afternoon 2 o'clock Evening PICTURES ox VIEW MONDAY AFTERNOON, 2.30 TO 6.30 This will be a grand opportunity for the inhabitants of Lethbridge to beautify their homes, as the collection consists of some 400 pi stores to choose from W. L. WILSON, Auctioneer Phone 189 i oo 0 00 J3 00 S 00 10 50 4 50 15 00 0 30 0 35 035 0 00 0 03 10 00 13 50 0 14 0 at once. Ap- ply Smith Bros. Wilson. 238-6 Apply Bpx 2002. P. 23S-6 WANTED TO HlRE-Horse and wag- on to deliver laundry for two weeks apply Lethbridge Laundry 237-0 WANTED-Stock to be taken care of by me during the winter. Lots of IS ft HaSidWhat offers- WANTED TO EENT-Furnished for two months. Address Box 668, Lethbridge. 040.5 SALE. POE. SALE-One of the finest and very best English Billiard Tables, made by the Brunswick Balke Call Co. Mahogariy and rosewood legs. Mosaic inlaid 'cabinet and everything complete. Nearly new at half fac- tory price. Just the thin? for a swell club. Apply Sandahl "Cigar Go. Great Falls, Montana.. 36-6 j terms to a competent man jMcKeowns Barber Shop, N. Ward, j i 238-3' Liberal canar- Apply j ies. Apply 3rd house south of the Barcacks on Ashmead. 236-6 two family; small 'house. Townships Bank. FOE 25 foot awning in front of Sage's former stand. Practically Apply Eastern 240-0 young girl for light housework.. Apply'Mrs. M. y. G-alli- vari, cor. Bartlett and -Redpath St. 240-6 Blacksmith at once. First class blacksmith and 'horse shoer. Steady job to right .man. Willoms, Taber, Alta. Geo. A. TO 0 04% 6 03X TO room. Would suit one or two young men. Nice locality. Opposite Dr. Mewburn, 809 Eedpath. NOTICE The firm of A. .Easton and been dissolved, to be replaced by Ai Easton, Ltd. It is important that all accounts 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 FOR SALE BY TENDER 239-4 TO unfurnished rooms with use of "bath, suitable for light house- keeping. Also a stable for rrat. Ap- ply Box 45, Herald. 401 TO RENTr-House on Courtland Ap- ply 1233 Bompas St. 239-2 FOE large front rooms, furnished, for rent, with all modem TENDERS addressed to the under- j conveniences. Apply 425 Bartlett St. signed are invited up to November 1, 1.909, for the purchase of all or any portion of the practically new barb wire fence around Townships 12' and 13 Range 20 West of the 4th Meridian. The fence is 36 miles long, willow droppers. The highest or any tender not ne- cessarily accepted. 235-26 237-6 new. R. Sage. 217-0 TOE forty horse boiler, stationary work, also a few thousand good brick., that have been used. Ap- ply Manager Lethbridtre Laundry Co Phone 145. Box 477. FOE good driving horse and good milch cow. t Apply H. Byer 629 Crabb-St., City, 237.6 FOR 4 well bred unbrok- en mares with colts. Apply Box 1301. Lethbridge P. 0. 237-6 FOR white Russian Spitz pups, 7 weeks old." Apply C. Jensen Cor. McNab and Norman 8ts., North' Ward- S37-6 FOR Democrat wagon, one seat, in good .condition. Apply Tppil- eon's Auction Rooms, cor. Glrn 'and Ford Sts. Phone 189. ww.s FOE three teams from 950 to 1100 Ibs. each. Wanted, work for four horse team. Lethbridge. Apply Box 290, PRIVATE SALE-Of surplus furni- ture at house of J. D. Higinbotham 1272 Redpath St., on Thursday after- noon, Sept. 23, from 3 to 6' o'clock 238-3 NICE FRONT for two respectable men. Must be sober. None other apply. Mrs Eobt Adam, Fisher St 236-6 FOE saddle pony 1222 Fisher .St., 1st street south' furnished rooms east of Bartlett. 240-3 C0- Athletic Park. Calgary. Alta. ply Mrs. Holland.. Guiness St. near TENDERS, WANTED SEALED TENDERS will be receiv- ed up to Thursday 30th Sept. 1909 for the erection of a Fire Hall in the North Ward for the city of Leth- bridge. Plans and specifications can be obtained at the office of the Oliver Manufacturing Co. The lowest or any tendsr not -ne- cessarily accepted. 237-6-x TO office suite of three rooms in Acadia building, Eedpath St- Apply on premises to The C. B. Bowman Agency. _ 219-0 FURNISHED monthly. Apply 12 6 -to 8 p.m. Mrs. Charles, 5th occupied house on Crabb St., south of London Ed. 240-0 FOR a bargain, south half 01 9-18-19. If interested phone 350 or call at our office. Room 11, South- ard Block. Imperial Development Co., Ltd. f OR Shetland ponies, 600 IDS. .trace Also nirnv Ply 608 Bartlett St, P WM. OLIVIER, TO furnished roo- ?en- tlemen. Apply 55 Argyle Ave. 230-O UPTON'S POOL ROOM Is-supplied-with the BEST FIXTURES IN ALBERTA And is cool, bright and pleasant. Best Cigars and Tobaccos in stock Barber Shop m Connection Basement of Oliver Block ESTABLISHED II854 Merchants Bank of Canada HEAD OFFICE. MONTREAL Paid-up Capital Reserve and Undivided Profits. _____ Acconnis of Merchants, Farmers and Ranchers Solicited Money Orders Letters of Savings Bcink Department Lcthbnige Branch; CoaHalc Block, Redpath St. 239-4 Chairman W. P. Corr.miitt-e. NICELY, FURNISHED able for two gentlemen, 424 Smith St. close in. 235-6 TO furnished front room in a modern house. Board if SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any person wto is die sole head o) a family, or any male over 18 yean old, may homestead a quarter-sectior ot available Dominion land in Mani toba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. Thf applicant must appear -in person ti the Dominion Lands Agency or Sub- Agency for the district. Ent'-y bj proxy may be made at any agencj tar of intending homesteader. months' residence upoi and cultivation of the land in eacls of three years. A homesteader maj live within nine miles of'nis home stead on a farm of atrieast 30 acret 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 his staad. Price per acre. Duties -Must' reside six montha in uf sii years 'from date of homestead entry (including the time required tc earn homestead patent) and fifty acres extra. A homesteader who has desired. let St. Apply Mrs. Hall. 528 Bari- 240-0 REWARD-Foi return of four mares branded LM on left shoulrie- and seven eddings branded 7L Notify e. Alta. -A. A. Johnston. (i buckskin pony, blind in PROPERTY FOR SALE mane and tail. combination JF on richt fttP- Eeward of given turn Mokos, No. 3 Shaft 39-6 FOR SALE-Fully modern. ro.m- EOST-One light red cow about 6 ed house on three lots. Good old .branded 2NZ on left ribs Built only one year. Apply With cow is r0an calf about 4 months Oct. 1st to Owner, corner Brnnton and Smith St. FOR SALE-Four lots and six ed house on Bartlett St., Ap- "e east riOA fr dtfvu.0 2 branded 2R (curve mark above K) on left ribs.; with cow dark calf about 4 weeks old. Lost 1 homestead right and cannot ob- tain a pre-emption may take a pni :hased homestead in certain districts Price per acre. Beside six months in each of three years, cultivate fifty acres and a house worth S300.00. W.W.OOBY. Deputy Minister of the publi> ii advertiserr ?nt will not for. ply to Fritz Sick, Lethbriiee. FOR new 5 room house in North "Ward for less than cost house. Two lots. Small cash pay- 2 miles south of Win- On N- W- Sec- 28- Finoer notify at once R A Williams. jWmmired, Alta 539.52 lunday 1 bay j.wo lots, amaxi casn pav- j UU'IUAJ' unernoon, i oav ment. Balance on time. W. H. John foal; mare wearing leather son, Room 5, Bryan Block. 225-0 SL on left hip FOR SALE ?-ba% white spot on forehead. FOR SALE new _.w. roomed fully modern house sn Gouli- near new Central School. Apply P j MacMurphy, Mgr. South Alberta Lun j ber Co., Phone 225. left hin Alteo Behead. branded TE inform- 240-0 i j acres. If it's good land you are look- j Herald. ing for, at a nominal price, call or Phone 394. The Empire Land Co., up- stairs, Oti Block. 235-0 FOR storey house in Duff, addition. Three .bedrooms and bath room. Apply E. W. McLelland, plasterer, D.viff Addition, or Box 1812, Leth bridge. j; -asm on Caio Ford St. Box 65. 240-2 f return of wi .also four white legs Brand five cornered star on ri-ht hin Pjy_1222 Fisher St hlp' hands.' 240-3 au neraid 240-2 ;