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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 28, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta FOUR They are great at golf Burton Bradt Go., In "their own Oornedy Skit, "The Piano Mover." Frank Condon, The Comedian. PICTURES 1 On the Zambezi 2 .Pashas Son 3 British-Franco Exhibition 4 Drunkard's Dream Continuous Performance UPTON'S POOL ROOM Is supplied with the BEST FIXTURES...IN. ALBERTA And is cool, bright Best Cigars ami Tobaccos iu stock Shop in Connection Basement of Oliver Block AT THE EUREKA Oeiiy Vi nco vou bflve anything to sell or !o rtrot place it io this column. If you want anything use this column. 25c insertion 6 ingenious, (or SI WANTED TO Horse and wag- on to deliver laundry for two weeks. Apply Li'thbriclge Laundry (X 237-0 WANTED TO Furnished __ ___ SITUATION WANTED-By. young tjouse for months. Address Box SITUATIONS VACANT MISCELLANEOUS WANTS buy or sell, all kinds of old clothes, shoes, hats, guns, pis- tols and musical trunks and yhU'hels. Alberttm 2nd ITand Store, 'Rwipath St. P. 0. Box 94. 44-6 WANTED TO or twelve roomed house, close in. All modern conveniences. Apply Box 2002. P. 0., Lethbridge. 23D-G j with knowledgeJ of French and i German. Has had experience in i time-keeping and other clerical work. 1 Also in' handling--men tuid different kinds, of machinery. Apply Box L.. Herald. 244-12 1 COOKS AND BUSHMEN j At once. Apply to Peter McLaren, Blairrnore, Alta. 244-6 j and nien to cut I corchvood. Steady work. Apply E. i G. Hazell, cor. Burdett and Court- iand Sts. 2-14-1 668, Lethbridge. 240-6 to break, seed and harvest. 1-2 crop, plough proposition'. Herald. Must be steam Apply Box L., 2442-6 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE. FOR first class family horse, rig and harness. Apply to W. Henderson. 244-6 FOR SALE OR roomed jshaok, Duff Addition. for the dress- Westley, Wood St. making department. Apply Miss i Apply C. 244-0 ChuTcn, Hudson's Bay Co. 244-6 !-r _________________________________FOR foot awning in front IwANTED-A young girl to do Sagc'sjormer stand. Practically i housework. Apply Mrs. -3'as. Rose, inew- Sage. 217-0 cor. Duilerin and Bartlett. 244-6 i forty horse boiler. j servant, small i stationary work, also a few thousand i family. Apply' to 'Mrs. R. P. Wai- good brick, that have been used. Ap- lace, cor. Burdett and. Courtland Sts. ply M'anacrer Lethbridge Laund-y Co. Phone 145. Box 477. 235-0 ALL: -EIN DS SHQOTCsG- ad animaaition for L( of guns can be .had .from us We are fully prepared TO eqnip.from our stock of Ec- Rifles.. Shot Guns. Ponder. Shot, Loaded and Unloaded Shells. Game Bags etc any kind of a hunting and of the goods will be found of a, high standard. .It will pay you to ascertain Comedy, Song, Excellent Series of Motion Pictures Burton; Bradt Co. present a sketch eutitU-d "The Piano in which mistaken identity is the feature. The "piano mover" who is mistaken for an actor gets into all !.sorts of mix-ups. The real actor, j j when 'he does arrive is certainly a i study in make-up, being like the mathemati'-'an'c, definition of a line, j L rth but neither breadth i nor thick- s." and he gets rather the bargain in the act. that which has bsen in acquaintance Whcaton, "111., Sept. in the tournament which lias bsen in with the links the in July of-this year. He jjompas bt. Gardner, captain and crack pole progress -since Monday. [Wt be seen the Yale team in the vaulier cf the Yale freshman track! Compared with his opponent, .Garcl-: illtercouefriate championships which .'.girl, to do light; FOR a bargain, south half 1 housework.- 'A-pply "Mrs. Wm. Oliver; 9-lS-lS. If interested phone 350, .243-61 or call at our office. Room 11, South- -------------j ard Block. Imperial Development a reliable i Co., Ltd. 240-0 iaani, defeated K. Chandler Egari, n.er a raw recruit; so much .so housekeeper. Apply to Post Office -on Monday at Apawamis, Raymond, Alta. twice holder of the. national amateur' that -although he had played when a though he will maks a bid for, the j golf by 4 up and 2 to [FOE C L. Kane, first- class second cutting alfalfa hay. jv.-aiigster at play in the ftnal routmd for the title j a club last season and only renewed nes aj Wflirt'-not touch individual title, which begins -on Wed-, WAITRESS Dallas ho- Leave 'orders at Beagle Maxwell's ne Q-UUUIJ lAJUVli tel. Must bs competent. 238-0 me worst- [The "piano mover" sings a song i takes well. f Frank Condon as the "Silly Kid" j i is as 'silly as they make them, and produces a good 'deal of merriment by his impersonation of a "country j school making a hit with his I song "Paw, Maw and Me." j "On the Zambezi River" is-an', ex-1 cellent series of motion pictures show- j ing the river, the natives., the Vic- toria cataracts, and other interesting I features of that country. do much betting-'.on the result. At-' it-ell's pathway is strewn with the forms of ambitious youngsters who thought they could beat, the cham- pion if they had another chance, and who learned too late and to their fi- nancial depletion that the foxy Abe was not trying very hard in .the first bout. Be Mr. Stone. work. Apply Lethbridge Laundry Co 134-0 Philadelphia Is Giving Detroit a Close RUB New'York, Sept. Detroit's An effort; is being made by the officials of the'National Athletic club of'. Pittsburg to arrange a match of six rounds between Battling Nelson j and Tommy: Murphy, who recently defeated Ad. Wolgast, of Milwaukee, in- six round 'bout at that club. They make their last'appearance in -'New-j arg filling' to hang up a purse of York this 'season with a' double head-j -for the and a telegram our-Dnoes. _______________ Another ?ood one was the j er .today; game having ;..has been forwarded to Nelson notify-- You are sureito British of IBOS, iu which] been advanced on .the schedule by j o{ their offer. Murphy has find' what you -want here. The Lethbridge Sport- ing Goods Co. store-in Lethbridge i I many" novel features of a large ex- hibition are shown including "A trip "scenic i etc. ll "The Love of. the PasnaV S permission of the American i ahready accepted the offer, and says League -clubs. On this trip, a cm-1 j1e hopes will meet hurt. cial one champions., the De- I troits have Avon six and lost four While the shows an Oriental scene in drama, i their only rivals for the. American that'1 handles sporting, goods -including, the royalty, ____... exclusively M harem, and some thrilling incidents in j iJV'i.f .Lc'a.gue penTiaiu have won seven and ijthe life of a young girl who came un- notice of the Pasha. Return of McPhee's big company! Tuesday night xvith a complete change; of programme both drama and spe-! cialties. Curtain rises, 8T15 sharp. 42-3, I Modem 7 Roomed House on Coutts St. Cellar full size of house, bath, hot wat- er, furnace, etc. Not ten walk from business centre. To be sold at a bargain. For price and terms apply to T. L PATTESON OLIVER BLOCK TELEPHONE 287 east f, 030 over tne Jrmia- 1 for he is of the ..opinion .'that he can win. As Nelson announced after his bout -with Wolgast at Los Angeles, CaL, that he would not engage in any more six or ten round bouts, the 'Private Sale The Bellevue Farms hav- ing sold" a. laige part of its holdings in land, offers lor sale its machinery, farming iuipiemeiiis. wagons, stock, etc.. oi: about 75 number some- fegn bred Kentucky t Bmdefs. Wagons, Prills, Discs, .Reeves' 32 b.p. Eneine. 3 h.p. G-asoiine En- gine. Red K-iver Special Se- parator, about 40 Hogs. .The machinery is nearly all new. and most of it in good Apply to'.- A.S. BOWMAN, Pres. 423. Crabb Street woodsmen. Highest going wages paid. 'Elk Lumber Co. F. G: Waters, superintendent, Hos- mer, B. C. 237-0 242-6 FOR talking parrot. For price, etc. apply, to P. O. Box 192, Citv. 243-6 gold belt buckle attached k> .servant, two in j white silk belt. Lost on Round St. small 'house. Apply Eastern j 'tween Duff erin St., and ..Hudson Bay Townships Bank. 240-0 j Stores. Finder please leave at Her- _ :_______ aid'office. 244-3 "for heating and! refrigerating. Apply in person with references. Northwest Jobbing and Commission Co. red and white pup with leather strap for collar. Reward 241-0 at 517'Bompas St., 243-0 competent girl for gen- eral 'housework. Apply Mrs. S. S. .Dunham, 1519 Dufferin. 241-6 return of four mares branded LM on left shoulder, and seven s-cldings branded 7L on' I at once., saies-.i man for dry goods and furnishings department. Apply( I Macdoha'ld Co. _____ left hip. Notify iLethbridge, Alta" sales-.i c A. A: Johnston. 209-0 Manager, A. buckskin pony, blind in 243-2 right 4ye, black mane; and tail. Branded combination -JP on right hip. Reward of given for re- turn to Jos. Shaft. 39-6 --Boy wants _ position at j LOST-One light. red cow. about 6 j light housework Washing up, etc. years'old .branded ZNZ on left ribs; Apply Box 14, Lethbridge.- 243-6 SITUATIONS he offer. deiphians. This advantage has now! been shaded to.- .016. Manager Jen-j ninjrs. of the announced that he would use Donovan and Wil- kts- on the mbber while Manager j Stalling? of Sew York' picked nnct Vvarhop as his pitchers. j BASEBALL RESULTS American "At New New York 4; Detroit I. At _... .____m________ I Philadelphia 4: Cleveland 5. j At L-GiHIildHs. Washington 3.; Chicago 8. A young man named. Harry Sli'uv. National j who has boxing semi-finals" in j At the smaller club.? around New York, i Cincinnati 4; .Brooklyn 3. i recently had a 10-round bout with; Second i Abe Attell in Saratoga- and was not j Cincinnati 3: Brooklyn 1. only on his feet at the close, but At says he had. the better of the bout.. Pittsburg G; New York 3. Since his return to New York, Stone; "Second has loudly proclaimed that he is the] Pittsburg 7: New York S. [master of and yearns j At 'for a long bout for the title. Very'; Chicago 4; Philadelphia If good, Henry. But listen. "If Attell New, novel and original specialties Torrance, Ave., beside railwav introduced between the acts of "For j Her Brother's on Tuesday! _ _ night. Curtain at 8.15 sharp. 242-3 With cow is roan calf about 4 months -_ One dark red cow about 2 years ASHING -Washing taken in oldj branded 2R (curve mark above ictone at private homes v.ooa work i the R) on left ribs.; with cow dark !at reasonable 'rates. Mrs. Botham. calf about 4 weeks old Lost l mile east and 2 miles south of Win- nifred, Alta., on 1ST. W. 1-4 Sec. 23. Finder notify at once HA "Williams. TO Aii ofnce suite of three LETHBRIDGE j rooms in Acadia building. SOCIETY I St Apply or. premises Meet5 Caledonian Hall, Glyn St. Bowman Agency. Club room open, evening 7.30 to Kedpath Winnifred, Alta 239-52 afternoon, 1 bay mare and foal; mari leather open j 10.30, Sunday exempted, i All Scotsmen welcome. i A. L. JOHNSTON. Secy., TO furnished rooms suitable for young ladies. Apply to Mrs. Kate Phalen, Guineas St., near The C; B.I head stall: branded SL 'on left hip 210-0 i and RV on right shoulder. Also bay gelding, white spot on forehead, two hind feet white, branded with 1J. H. KELLIE. Box 320.1 Athletic Park. LETHBRIDGE MARKETS -l I ply Mrs, Katie Palm l-small white cot.age next u AtTneac No. 1 Northern...... 081 2 Northern......... iNo. 0 7S WANTED TO EENT-A fully modern jceive TewarcL 0 75 i 5even or roomed house, giving information will be rewarded. James Cooper, Westminster Eoad, 6th house past English Church. 243-3 bay horse, branded Also one had long Finder communicate Conybeare and re- 241-0 j on left ropes attached. with C. F. P. Give us a Call, and we will explain the advantages of these beautiful 1 consents to meet you in another bouti It ,will pay you to trade with us.; Barley be sure to warn your friends not to 1 Pioneer Lumber Co. No. 1 Alberta Red.....- 0 79 ,No. 2 Alberta Red 0 76 I No. 3 Alberta Red......... 073 Oats, per cwt.- 9 70 025 PHONE 75 P.O. BOX 27 SCHWEITZER BROS. 242-26 Cattle on the hoof: Steers, per Ib.......0 Q3X 0 00 Cows, per Ib......... 0 0 00 Hogs: per cwt......... 0 00 3 00 -i Dressed, per cwt. 0 00 10 50 f I Sheep: Live, per cwt.........000 j Dressed, per cwt. ....12 50 15 00 1. i Butter and Eggs: Is HIGHLY RECOMMENDED By Everybody who has tried it. TELEPHONE 181 school, for immediate possession, j Write J. Jones, P. 0. Box 507, City, j 243-Oxj PROPERTY FOR SALE FOR head horses; 30 head cattle: machinery for farm and household Must all be sold or none, Will also rent the farm, 320 acres, 2 1-2 miles from iLethb'ridge, irrigated, impfoved. 60 acres wheat; stubble mostly {turned. Stable 22 horses. House, 9 rooms: phone, cellar and cistern. On! i _ j. __ of keys with chain attached. Owner please call at Her- ald office. 241-0 TENDERS TENDERS will be received by the undersigned for the grading of lanes in Blocks 7, IS. 31 and 32, City of Lethbridge until September 30th, 1909. For information applv to C. M. ARNOLD. 241-5 "City Engineer. shares" or" -cash. !-Herald. Office. Apply A. r..! 244-0! Dairv butter......... 25 Creamery butter Eggs, per dozen Vegetables: Potatoes, per cwt. Onions, per Ib. 0 30 0 30 i oo 0 00 Feed: Hay ,prairie........ 0 00 Hay, blue joint 0 00 Dry.................... Q 12 Cured 0 07% j -Rendered Tallow: [No. 1, per Ib. 0 00 No. 2, per Ib. 0 00 0 30 0 35 -0 35 1 25 0 03 10 00 13 50 0 14. 0 03% FOR modern, tfn room- ed house on three lots-. Hoxl stable. Built only one year. Apply t Oct. 1st to Owner, corner Brnnton and Smith St. FOR lots and sis room- ed house on Bartlett St., Ap- SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- LAND REGULATIONS Auy person wiio is trie sole head os j a family, or any male over. IS The old Freight Shed north of track Parties purchasing to remove same and clean up ground within thirty days. Proposals for same will be re- ceived up to Monday, September 27th .44.4 M MM M M M- ESTABLISHED il854 The Alberta Railway and Irrigation Co. LETHBRIDGE. tehante lank of Canada HEAD MONTREAL Paid-up and Undivided Profits.......', Accouas of Merchants, farmers and Ranchers Solicited Drafts 'Money Orders Letters of OWlit Savings Bank Department s. Branch CoaHalc Block, Rcdpath St. ply to Fritz Sick, Lethbriig'i. 239-6 1 old may hoi-wesxead a quartp.r-section j ot Dominion land in Mani- FOR SALE A new 5 room house in toba' Saskatchewan or Alberta. Tbt North Ward for less than cost oi applicant must appear "in, person ai house. Two lots. Small cash pay- the Dominion Lands Agency or Sub- ment. Balance on time. H. John Agency for the district. EntTy son, Room 5, Bryan. Block. 225-01 proxy may be made at any agency i of intending homesteader. FOR CHEA.P__A. new serei i months'residence apon cultivation of the land in each three ..years. A homesteader may HUW within nine miles ol nis home roomeJ fully modern bouse en Cftut'. lwar new central School., Apply P MacMurphv, Mar. South Albert we a -t owned aud occupied by him ot bv his father, mother, eon. Co NOTICE j The firm of A. Easton and Co. has been dissolved, to be replaced by A. SNAPS BY THE WHOLESALE IN brother ''or Easton, Ltd. It is important that all j'REAL Empire: Land I Tn certain diatrr accounts due the first mentioned Co. have several thousand acres ofjj company be paid before October 15th choice farming land just, placed on j quarter-section alongside his as after that date they be placed I the market, hi blocks of 160 to 5t5ad. Price per acre. Duties. certain diatncta a homesteader Q gOCKj standing tnay pre-empt in the hands of a solicitor. 237-24 j acres. If it's good land you are look- ing for. at''a nominal call or Phone 394. The Empire Land Co., up- TENDERS WANTED SEALED PROPOSALS will be re- ceived by the Chief Enineer of the Soiitheru Alberta Land Co., Limited, until 10 o'clock a.ra., October 14th, 1909, thereupon opened for the construction of an earth t dam across Snake Valley, containing' about 000 cubic yards and for. about 16 miles of Canal, averaging about 000 cubic yards per mile. .The work situated close to Little Bow river in 14 and 21 West of the 4th Meridian. Bids will be received for all or any part of the work. The right is ject any or all bids. reserved to re- 244-6 stairs, Ott Block. 235-0 FOR SALE BY TENDEi? TENDERS addressed, to the under- signed are invited up to November 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 lence is 36 miks long, willoTr posts @d droppers. The nighcst or any tender not 'ne- cessarily accepted. W. R. HULL CO., 235-26 Calgary, Alta. I for. -Must reside six months" ..in eacn of six years from daie of- entry the time required tc earn homestead pateut) aod fifty acres extra. A homesteader who erhaofiteo homestead right and cannot ob- tain a pre-emption may take a par chased homestead in certain districts. Price per acre. reside six months in each of years, cultivate fifty acres and a house worth W.W.COBY. Deputy Minister of the Unauthoried pnblv tdyertisement will not .-i ;