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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 24, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta FOUR IHE UtTMBRlDuE CAILf HERALfc, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, IM9. Dick DeLor is The TZp5ide. Musician: Valois Imitator and Mimic De Lana The S weet Voiced Soprano PICTURES 1 The Guerillas 2 Guilty Guardian 3 Man Monkey Continuous Portland. Me. Greets Peary j most brilliant audience since he left! Denmark. The banquet was given by (Concluded from First Page.) tiou which 1'yary has obtained on the question "Has. Cook' been at the the Arctic Club of America, of which is a member. While there was Wheat Drops Another Cent i the general has no statement j no official representative from either j to make. feels, it is said, that state or nation, the assemblage was, i Commander Peary should proceed cosmopolitan and enthusiastic. Thoj j with the development of his own j Brooklyn explorer was toasted and! scientific data anil its submission to j listened to attentively during his re- the nwssury scientific course to'cital of his adventures in an uftor- prove his-finding of the Pole without i dinner address by him. regard to any question of whether Took has been to the Pole or not. j A toial incpoase in the aSSessod Va_j Thus course will in all liklihood of ixjal estale in M-ontrefll ofj lolloped. nearly is shown by aj ...New York, Sept. by a j thousand men and women as 'he BASEBALL. RESULTS the, three leading dubs in the racejtorad the banquet hall on the arm of for the American Association pen- i nant. when today each club entered i its final s-ries. Milwaukee has five games with Columbus; Louisville j four games with Kansas City, and Minneapolis five games with Toledo. A margin of only 111 points separates j the leaders from the tailehdere in the American Association. statement for the year ending May 1, j 1909, over that of the same period last vear. American At Philadelphia 6, St. Louis 2. Art; New (First' Game) Chicago 2, New -York 4. (Second G-ame) Chicago Xew York 6. At Washington 1, Detroit 8. National At (First Game) Chicago 1, Brooklyn" 4. (Second Game) Chicago 4. Brooklyn 1. Cincinnati'2, Philadelphia 12. At Xev? (First Game) New York 5. .St. Louis 0. (Second Game) New York 12. St. 5. Eastern (First Game) Montreal' 2. Game) Montreal 2 Newark 0. At (First Game) BuJTalo 1, Jersey-City 0. (Second Game) Buffalo 1. Jersey-City innings.. TABER- FOOTBALL The Taber football club is open for a game with Lethbridge football team either at Taber or Lethbridge. BURIED BESIDE HIS MOTHER St. Peter, Minn., Sept. body of Governor Johnson was bur- ied in the family Green Hills Cemetery this afternoon in a grave adjoining that of his mother. The cortege was escorted by state militia and representatives of state and I many distinguished men from other j states. The services were brief and, closed with a saluta over the cas- SHORT NOTICE AUCTION SALE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE TO-MORROW AFTERNOON Saturday, Sept. 25, at 2 p.m. by W ww Auctioneer ket as it was i'grave. lowered into the! CITY .AND DISTRICT 1 Inspector West of the R. N. W. M. iP. Magrath this morning to inspect the post there. j Mr. and Mrs. F. McPherson, of [New Dayton, will spend jand Sunday the guests of Mr and Mrs. W. Armstrong. Rogers Cunningham Lumber Go. an- receiving large shipments of steel this week. ..Iheyare supplying- the Jsteel for the Hill Block and the Ar- [cade. Constable La Manze, of the Mount- j ed Police arrived in the- city .this afternoon in charge of three prison- ers from Medicine Hat. They were gentlemen: of the road and will spend a of months, in the barracks here for vagrancy. TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS Seven educated Japanese will serve the Methodist Church preaching the Word to that ef- l! Haviug been favored with instructions from J. D. Bigiu- botbani. Esq., who is giving -up- housekeeping. I will Sell by public auction at iris residence. No. 1272, Redpath Street, near -Westminster Road, the following articles, 2 iron beds, springs and mattresses. 1 oak bed, spring and mattress. 1 bureau with large mir- ror. 1 sideboard. 1 ext.'dining table. 6 dining room chairs. 1 carver chair. 1 rattan chair. 1 rattan tabrat. 1 leaf table. 24 framed pictures. 1 revolving, book case. 1. hat rack. 1 8 day clock. 1 cabinet sewing machine 1 music stand. 1 large wardrobe. 1 electric reading lamp. 1 with globe. 1 fire screen.. 1 ;grarnaphbne with rec- ords. -'v 1, large hall rack. 1 hammock. 1 ice cream freezer. 1 vice.- Large English meat cov- ers. 1 Studebaker wagon. Hoes, shovels, sporting goods such as- boxing gioves, hockey sticks, skates, kitchen utensils. Trainer Ramsay is busy getting the j feet reached Toronto. Taber kickers in shape. A prominent citizen of Taber has a set of medals for competi- tion in a league of football clubs at Taber. Come boys, get busy. CLOSE RACE FOR PENNANT; Sepl. 5 points ahead of Milwaukee; Milwaukee 9 points -ahead" of Minne- apolis. This was Uhte standing "of I I I The Coaldale Restaurant Has again changed hands. The New Management ,say they are putting up Menus and Ser- vice that will bring patrons Thoso killed in the auto 'disaster at Seattle were Winnie .Fraser, aged 21. a waitress, Jessie. JVJabel a telephone operator.. Miss Ooljdie -Por- ter, may die. ,Dr. Simpson..-of.. Miss" Frances Nelson, School teacher with '-son. The latter was punished'''by the'school teacher and the.dodJor bbsarged'that she usert violence. The Magistrate reserved judgment. of: Selkirk, Also a large'quantity of other articles toe numerous 1o mention. Terms cash. 'Positively no reserve. committed, suicide -by drowning in the Hod JRiver. had been drinking-.' Hugh Fletcher, aged of the 231-12 takou in or aone at private homes. Good work at reasonable rates. Bothani, Torrauce Ave., beside railway track. 222-O.x as school teacht-r. Have had 23 months experience. Ad- y Shannon Bros. Cassidy, Magraih, Alta. 36-0 Udy keeper and cashier. Apply Manager Hudson's Bay Co. WANTED-at Dallas ho- tel. Must be competent, 236-0 good waiter at once at Coaldale Restaurant 236-6 f CARPENTERS gen- -North Ward for the city Lath-, bridge. Plans and specifications can be obtained at the office of the Oliver Manufacturing Co. The lowest or any tender not ne- cessarily accepted. WM. OLIVER, 239-4 Chairman W. P. Coirmittre. TO furnished front room, in a. modern house. Board if Mrs, 528 Bart- let St. 240-0 FOR or three teams from 1100 Ibs. each. Wanted, work for four horse team. Apply Box 290 Lethbridge. FOR saddle pony, Apply 1222 Fisher St., 1st street south of, Redpath, east of Bartlett. JMO-3 FOR a bargain, south half of 9-18-19. If interested phone 350 or call at our office. Room 11, South- ard Block. Imperial Development Co., Ltd. 34Q-0 FOR Shetland ponies, 600 Ibs. Price 1200. Also-pony cart v Ap- ply 608 Bartlett St. TO furnished room? in new modern house. Apply 538 Glyn St., ;s TO furnished double bedroom, suitable for two gentle- men. Close in. Modern. Apply 416 Burdett St. 241-2 FOR roomed cottage on Glyn St.; with batfc and fully mod- ern. Possession Oct. 1st. Hatch 159. 241-21 LOST OR STRAYED REWARD-Fcxr return of four branded LM on left shoulder and branded 7L yn Notify A.-A. Johnston, Lethbridge. Alta. 209.0 buckskin pony, blind in right black ,mane' and tail. Branded combination JF on hip. Reward of given to Jos. Mokos. .No." 'PROPERTY FOR SALE Merchants Bank of Canada! HEAD OFFICE. MONTREAL Paid-up Capital... Resent and Undivided Account of Merchants, Farmers and Ranchers Solicited Drafts Money Orders Letters of Credit Savings Bank Department LetHbrtige Branch CoaHale Block, Redpath St. SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any persoc wno la tne sole head o! a family, or any male over 18 yean old, may homestead a quarter-sectioc ot available Dominion land in Mani toba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. Thf applicant must appear in person the Dominion Lands Agency or Sub- Agency for the district. bj proxy may be made at any ter of intending homesteader. monthj" residence upon and cultivation of the land in each of three years. A homesteader maj live: within nine milee of, nia home stead on a farm of at least 80 acrei 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 hia homt stead. Price per acre. Duties -Must reside six months in eacc of six years from date of'homestead entry (including the time required tc earn homestead .patent) and cultivate fifty acres extra. A homesteader who eihauateo bis homestead right and cannot ob- tain a pre-emption may take a pur :hased homestead in certain districts Price per acre. reside six months in each ol thiet years, cultivate fifty acres and house worth W.W.OOBY. Deputy Minister of the publi i-> advertiaenrent will not FOR modern, ed_house 011 three lots. Good stable. Built only one year. .Apply MlVr? Oct.' Istf to Owner, corner Brnnton and Smith St. FOR lots and six room- ed house on Bartlett St., Ap- ply to Fritz 23S-6 FOR new 5 room house in North. Ward for less than cost oJ house. Two lots. Small cash pay- Balance on time.' W. H. John son, Room 5, Bryan Block. 225-0 IOST-One light red cow about 6 years old Branded ZNZ on left ribs; With cow is roan calf about 4 months old. One dark about 2 years old, branded 2R mark above the R) on left ribs.; with cow dark red calf about 4 weeks old. Lost 1 mile east and 2 miles south of Win- nifred, Alta., on N. W. 1-4 Sec. 28. Finder notify at once R A Williams 239-52 STRAYED-Sunday afternoon, 1 bay mare and foal; mare wearing leather head stall; branded SL on left'hip RV on tfght shoulder. Alfeo a bay gelding, white' spot on forehead, two hind feet white, branded" TE on FOR SALE new sever modern house near new Central School, Apply P MacMurphy, Mgr. South Alberta Lun ber Co., Phone 225. 200-'' 1 be reward 6th English Church. SNAPS BY THE WHOLESALE IN Empire Land Co. have several thousand acres of choice fanning land just placed on the market, 'in blocks of 160 to If it's good land you are look- ing for, at a nominal price, call or Phone 394. The Empire Land Co., up- stairs, Ott Block. 235-0 FOR storey in Duff addition. Three bedrooms and bath room. Apply E. W. McLelland, Duff Addition, or Box 1812, Lethbridge. 238-6 ,ed. uMer Dills are Union and Com- merce .bills. Lost between Ford St and Fashion 'Cafe. Reward given HP 65- -jflJi Herald. j light bay mare; has face; also four vrhif return of on Brand hip. Ap- FOR SALE BY TENDER _ TENDERS addressed to the under- signed are invited up to November 1. 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. sola Enquire at Herald Office- 240-2 STRAlED-One bay horse, branded underlined. J on left hip. Afco ono grey horse. 'Both horses ropes attached. Finder communicat" with C. F. P. Conybeare and re- ceive reward. 241-0 NOTICE The firm of A. Easton and Co. has and. The highest or any tender not ne- cessarily accepted. W. 235-26 accounts due the first mentioned company be paid befere October 15th ns after that date they the hands of be placed 237-24 ;