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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 27, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta POUR IHt LtTHBRlDUt GAILY HERALD. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, ItM. DickDeLoris The Upside down Musician Valois Imitator and Mimic De Lane The Sweet Voiced Soprano PICTURES 1 The Guerillas 2 Guilty Guardian 3 Man Continuous Performance SPORTS "T Comment Return of the Favorite Company j with a Complete Change of j Programme McPHEE'S BIG COMPANY Band and Orchestra BASEBALL RESULTS Tuesday Night, September Stt American At New Detroit 2, New York 1. Second' Detroit 10, New York 4. At Philadelphia Cleveland 0. j At Washington i, Chicago 2. Second Washington 0, Chicago 2. At St. Louis 2, Bostoiv.r.3. Second j. St. I.ouis 3. Boston 4. National At St. Presenting the beautiful; four-act j Brooklyn 3, Louia 1. comedy drama I Second f i St. Louis 0, Brooklyn 1. Jack Curlcy, who has been prom- inently identified with all kinds of professional sports for the past de- cade and who is now in charge of arena at the Alaska-Yukon expo- sition, has written a letter to the sporting editors of the country, re- questing their assistance in stamp- ing out all manner of faking and false dealing among boxers, wrestlers and professional runners, many" of whom the publicity secured by honest promoters to catch inno- cent persons by passing them a sure tliiiig. is making every triiOTt for Her Brother's Sake' A great scenic production New Soncs, New- Dances, aud al] New Specialties x Adults 50c Children 25c Afternoon Children 15c Adults 25c Show Grounds Cutbill Street.'hear Barracks DONT MISS THIS Commencing tonight, one of the best programs ever presented to the theatre goers of our city will be on at the Eureka. It matters not whe- ther Al. has opposition in 'his line or not. he continues- to put on the usual good show-that is always to be seen, week after week at his pop- ular house of amusement. Burton. Bradt Co., In edy skit, "The Piano is a laughable sketch from start to fin- ish and of the proper type to please the most fastidious audience. .Frank, Condon, the comedian, will be another! strong feature. The pictures are al new and up to date including, the Franco-British exhibition which wil be well worth the admission itself. McPhee's big. company one night only presenting "For Her Brother's Sake." Tuesday night at 8.15- sharp 2423 MISCELLANEOUS de- sires work by the day. Apply F. 0 Box 136, or 38 Argyle Ave. 242-1 first- dressmaking done at 1234 Redpath St. Miss Elenbaum. 241-12 PONY 384. J. Fig- gins. Light draying a. specialty. All orders promptly, attended tq. Orders taken at City Harness Store. MADAM at liber- ty for engagements. Pupils taught in subjects. Pianoforte, Organ. Singing, Theory and Harmony. The art of accompaniment and action songs taught. Address Howard House, Crabb St. Preparations for "Royal Academy 'of Music London. England. President H. R. H. The Prince of Wales. V. G. 241-6 'DANCING LESSONS-Ball room and stage 'dancing taught by Miss Nor- man, pupil for stage dancing of Madam Bassano, of London -and Paris. Children's class. Address Howard House. Crabb- St. 241-6 PROF. FRED of Piano and Harmony. MRS. FRED 'of Violin. We as- sure everybody--' who takes lessons of us, rapid improvement in a very short time. -We use the very best' of methods. We will call at your homes. Present address 624 Bur- UCLW; Of. j. nvtic uiu. At Chicago 7, Boston 4. At Pittsburg 5, .Philadelphia 0. Ac Cincinnati 5, New York 0. Second game- Cincinnati 1, New York 1. At St. Louis Brooklyn 4. St. Louis 12; Eastern At j Montreal 10, Providence 2. Second Montseal 0, Providence 2. At Toronto City 4. At Rochester 3, Newark 2. At Buffalo 3. Baltimore 0. At Newark (Sunday) First game-1- Buffalo 12, Newark 11. Secoa-d Newark 2, Buffalo 1. Northwestern At Aberdeen 2, Seattle 0. At Portland 6. Tacoma 5. At Vancouver 0, Spokane 5.. to stamp out the evil by refusing to have anything to do with men whom he suspects of nefarious tactics, and is anxious to hear particulars from any "fall guy" who has been stung by the fakirs. It is certainly time some one took a hand in the suppression of chicanery in connec- tion with the prize ring. Boxing has fallen into severe disreput-e in this country, mainly because such men as the recently arrested "fight pro- moter's" have used the game as a means to dupe a few dozen rich fools ineretore, ui; uuourueu every assist- ance in his plans to suppress these pirates of the sporting world. The light weight muddle merrily on. Packic- IMeFurhmU soems ready to craw 1 out of his summer cottage and wt busy and the Chicago] boy is billed to start south at an date to proparo for his 10 round bout; with Ray Bronsun. The Indianapolis "right-weight is said to be hard at work in his home city getting into pink of condition. Packie had about arranged for a trip across the ocean, but this will probably be post- poned until he has cleaned..up his match with Bronson. Freddie Welsh is reported a.s planning a quick re- turn to the United States, and with the Welshman back among us affairs in tlie 133-pound circuit will prob-j ably take on. a lot of excitement.! Welsh is one of the light-weights who is a drawing card in any city. He fights from gong to gong, is clever and j as fast as 'they grow. Word coming j from London is to the effect that boxing promoters of that city 'are trying to arrange a contest between Packie and either Welsh or Johnny Summers. DIPLOMAT "DIPLOMAT" The collar that goes into good society. Correct for and evening wear. 2 for 25c. IRON FRAME BftAND- for 50c. TOOKE BROS. LIMITED. MONTREAL MAKERS OF COLLARS. TIE8, VESTS -AND IMPORTERS OF MEN'S FUMNI8HINQS. 6 Daily Herald Market Place vuu have anything to fell or (u rent place it in this column. If you want anything use this column. 25c one insertion 6 insertions for MISCELLANEOUS WANTS ROOM AND two la- dies or two gentlemen.' Apply Mrs. Hall, 528 Bartlett. 239-0 WANTED TO or twelve roomed house, close in. All modern conveniences. Apply iiox 2002. P. 0., Lethbridge. 239-6 WANTED TO and wag- on to deliver laundry for two weeks. Apply Lethbridge Laundry CX 237-0 SITUATIONS VACANT girl to do housework. Apply Mrs. Win. Oliver, GOG Bompas St. 243-6 i to be taken care of (by me during the winter. Lots of l feed and water. What offers. Apply light Box Y Z, Herald. 23S-6 a reliable housekeeper. Apply to Post Office Box 59, Raymond, Alta. 243-3 j good men for concrete Highest wages. Steady work 1 or cume at once. Apply Shannon Bros; Cassidy, Magrath, Alta. 36-0 WAITRESS Dallas ho- Must be competent. 236-0 Battling Nelson, who knows noth- ing of a-battle with Freddie Welsh, is said to be grooming a younger brother for the ring. New, novel and original specialties introduced between the acts of "For Her Brother's on Tuesdaf jand get their money. Curley should, night. "Curtain at 8.15 sharp. 242-3 Scene In the McPhee Production "For Her Brother's Sake Prairie Fire Near Bow lor work. Laundry Co 184-0 good general f assist with light housework. Apply to Mrs. W. II. Morris, Cutbill St. 233-0 Medicine Hat, Sept. 8J -woodsmen. Highest is the 50 These prices are net and all ac- counts must be paid by the 15th of the following month. Signed: L. H. FOWLER CO. H. E. PLAYLE. (Seal) P. WATERHOUSE. F. E. WILSON. FRANK-N. STAFFORD. Co- have several thousand acres of the fa blocks' Of 160 to a family, or any male over 18 yeart old, may homestead a quarter-Section of available Dominion land in Mani- T- -j.. TIT Tii coba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. The acres Ii it's good Jand you are look- !appl'icam must appear -m person ,ai "ig for, at a nominal price, call or j the Domin.-10I1 Lands Agency or Sub- stairs, Ott Block. 235-0 FOR Two storey house Duff addition. bath room. Throe bedrooms w. Agency for the district. j proxy may be tnade at any agency 7 i ter of intending homesteader, in j months' residence upon Qd I and cultivation of the land in eacb 1 of three years. A homesteader may i plasterer, Duff Addition, or Box oa a taTm Of at least 50 acrti Lethbridge.- 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 FOR SALE BY TENDER TENDERS addressed to the under- signed are- invited tip to November 1, 1909, 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 posts and droppers. The highest or any tender not ne- cessarily accepted. 338-6 j owned and occupied by him 01 by his father, mother, eon, daughter, brother or sister. In certain districts a homesteads in good standing may pre-empt quarter-section alongside his homt- stead. Price per acre. Duties. -Must reside six months in eaco of six years from date of homestead entry (including the- time required to earn homestead patent.) and fifty acres extra. A homesteader who bat exhausted homestead right and cannot ob- BONNELL FURMAN W. R. HULL CO., I Vtu i Calgary, Alta. fOT. tain a pre-emptioa may put chased homestead in certain Price per acre. vat reside six months in each ol three years, cultivate fifty acres and erect a house worth W.W.COBY. .Deputy Minister of the -jr.o-. publi- M will not ;