Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 29, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta
FOUR INE WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1909 MOVING PICTURES. ADVANCED Burton Bradt Co., In their own Comedy Skit. The Piano Mover." Frank Condon, The Comedian. PICTURES 1 Sad Awakening 2 Dust in His Eyes 3 Jealous Hubby 4 Tragic End to a Shrove Tuesday Performance PO.OL supplied with the BEST FIXTURES IN ALBERTA And is cool, bright and pleasant: Best Cigars nud Tobaccos in stock, Barber Shop in of Oliver SAVE DOCTOR'S BILLS By eating clean, well-cooked and wholesome food at THE ALEXANDRA CAFE TL, 01113 'White Restaurant In tbo city. It costs no more than the cheapest'place in the city. We furnish the best the market affords for the least possible -cost to onr many patrons. Otir regular Lunches and Dinners 25c. 30c. 35c. 40c. 45c. and 50c. includes a full line of Vegetables and Dessert N. H. MURRAY, Prop. Corner Round and Dnfferin Streets WHERE ABOUTS IS GILBERT JOHNSON Sundial. Sept. Board of Trustees of this district are wonder- ingfi what has, become of Gilbert Johnson, secretary-treasurer of the district. When last 'heard from some two months ago, he was in Lethbridge Since then all efforts'' to trace his whereabouts have been futile., Whe- ther lie considers his job a mere joke or has emigrated to the Catskill Mountains and gone off in a Rip Van Winkle sleep wo are unable to say but such gross negligence of his duty is causing the trustees much embar- rassment as he has taken with him the officially stamped bylaw which authorizes them to procure their de- bentures and proceed with the erec- tion of the school. They feel that at the present of progress this dis- trict will not have a school building in sixteen years, but if Mr. Johnson will awaken from his day dreams long enough to forward these papers j to the Board he will soon see a light on the literary horizon of this com- munity that will awaken him to a realization of the fact that a public office is a public trust and that while we may sometimes neglect home du- ties that involve only personal loss we must not 'neglect duties left to our care that effect loss and casts a damper on the progress of an entire community. The 'children of today are the hopes of our country tomor- row and to .place a stumbling-stone in their pathway to educational en- lightenment is to deprive them of the w-eapon with which they must fight f life's battles. may enter into j manhood or womanhood without lu- I crative wealth but given proper train I ing and a good education they stand 1 upon a solid foundation, intrenched I with the spirit of independence, which is the only sword thev need. DR PRICES Ier VI is the most efficient and perfect of leavening MADE FROM PURE CREAM OF TARTAR No alum, lime or ammonia. >uu have anything to cell or to rent place it iff this column. If you want ariythiag use this column. 2Sc oae insertion insertions for SI SITUATIONS VACANT SITUATION 'young man with knowledge of French and German. Has had experience in time-keeping and other clerical work. Also in handling men and different kinds of machinery. Apply Box L. j Herald. 244-12 ,i COOKS AND BUSHMEN WANTED- i At "once; Apply fa Peter McLaren, Blairmore, Alta. 244-6 WINNIPEG MARKETS Winnipeg-, Sept. Cables S- higher and closed J to higher. All markets openod at yester- day's close but -did not -hold. Prices began to sag lost about a Minneapolis. The short interest in September appears to pretty well run in. The news was all of a bear- ish. character, with liberal receipts. Chicago, September opened December 1QOJ May after 11 o'clock and cent in Chicago and Closed. September 106 December 100 May Minneapolis." September opened 99J. December 99, May Closed. September 9Si. December 98i, May Winnipeg, Octolfer opened 95 Closed, 'October 94-J, December 922, May 97J. .October oats 33. December 32. SPORTS SUNDIAL HAS GREAT PROSPECTS LETHBRIDGE CALEDONIAN SOCIETY Maete Caledonian Hall, Glyn St. Club room open evening 7.30 to 10.30, Sunday excspted. All Scotsmen welcome.- A. L. Secy., J. H. KELLIE, Box 320. Pres... .c.- DIAMOND CITY Grand Circuit At Columbus Columbus, Ohio, Sept, 2S.-Decid- ing two -stakes and three cla.ss-.races neighborhood viewing the prepara- at the Grand Circuit- meeting, this ternoon., required, eighteen heats, making one of.the longest and most interesting programs .raced anywhere. this year. Both favorites were badly beaten. First choices took the class events. George Cano in the King Stakes was made a. favorite selling at 200 to 600; for. Lady Maud C. 40; for Darky Hal15 -for Major Brino and 15 for the field. Sundial, Alberta, September Mr. Greton, .government-..tree in- spector -arid in tions of those who -had put in appli- for trees. He. has travelled cation extensively and given over, the two provinces careful consideration to Give us a Call, and we will .explain the advantages of these beautiful Heaters. HAYR BROS. TOONE 75 P.O. BOX 27 the' extent of frosts, rainfall, storms, and other climatic conditions as like- ly to affect crops, in different parts of the same country -when separated __! less. than t a... day's drive. He I was very free to express his belief I that this part of Southern Alberta of' would yet prove to be the banner pro- the 01 >vJiicli are.-.of torick in the -first year of its development is indeed .unique new Diamond Company's town, Diamond City is such a place. This town from its foundations .gives sure promise of a brilliant future. The company's plant is an up-to-date and thoroughly equipped one in- every respect and its buildings are already extensive. Twenty-five new brick Chouses are in- process of construction at present to provide lor the em- ployees who will start work as soon as the spur line from Kipp is com- pleted. The steel on this line is al- ready laid to within a mile of the and it will only be a, matter of days now until it is finished. The company expect to start operations with about five hundred men at first. Just now every available building in the entire town is being utilized. accommodation cannot be obtain- ed at any price. The brick yard is runnincf full blast turning1 out the bricks for the new cottages toeing pro- vided for the workmen, but until they are completed tne new arrivals at Diamond City provide their own shel- ter the best way th.ey know how, some, as is the case with even the Baptist minister, in tents, and others less fortunate with blankets on ground. Everyw-here signs of remarkable de- velopment are to be. seen. Already the town can boast three general stores, livery stable and Ixucber yard apart from the company's buildings. Darky Hal, winner oi the race ducing part of the province. This j belief seems very logical and we have already seen much to convert us to his" way of thinking. Last season and this has proven the soil to be unsur- passed .in, .fertility, and. the rainfall is sufficient to successfully grow any kind of grain while. the danger of frost is almost entirely eradicated bv i. early seeding and ripening for harvest I Our .gardens have-yet remained green Awhile of settlers thirty miles west are entirely killed. Many have abundance of xipe tomatoes and sev- eral have successfully- grown early watermelons, and if Mr. Greton's pre- dictions, be true that our land in aj few years will -command fifty dollars per acre. It is among the most glor- ious tidings that have ever been writ ten on the, pure white pages: of Al- berta history, but- in no degreei sur- passing the expectations of our' old- est settlers. The vast deposits of coal on the Little _ Bow are attracting the atten- tion of coal operators from various places just now and are believed by many to be the richest yet found in Southern 'Alberta. .-4i The South Alberta Land ir- rigation canal, which wil likely be completed next year, will miles to the north, of Sundiai and it scored 'in the first heat from fourth position, r Before jtihe Our Bread, Cakes and Pastry Are as good as our Meat Pies City Bakery ROBT SCOTT Phone 381 Prop. and men to cut cordwood. Steady work. Apply E. Hazell, iland Sts.- cor. Burdett and Court- 244-1 for the dress- making department. Apply Miss Church, Hudson's Bay Co. 244-6 young girl to do light j housework.'' Apply Mrs. Jas. cor. Dufferin and Bartlett. Rose, 244-6 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS buy' or sell, all kinds of old clothes, shoes, hats, guns, pis- tols and musical instruments, trunks and 4itchels. Alberttm 2nd Hkind Store; Ttedpath St. P. 0. Box 94 44-6 WANTED TO HIRE-Horse and waX on to deliver laundry for two weeks! Apply Lethbridge -Laundry 237-6 WANTED TO RENT-Furnished months. Address Box 668, Lethbridge. 240-6 to break, seed and harvest. 1-2 crop. Must be steam plough proposition. Herald. Apply Box L., .2442-6 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE. FOR A first class family and harness. Apply to 244 6 Henderson. FOR SALE OR RENT-2 roomed Apply C. 244-0 Duff Addition. Westley, Wood St. FOR foot awning in front of Sage's former stand, new. R. Sage. Practically 217-0 FOR forty horse boiler stationary work, also a few thousand good, bnck, that have been used A.p- ply Manager Lethbridge Laundry Co Phone 145. Box 477. 235-0 servant, small family. Apply' to Mrs. R. -P. Wal- jlace, cor. Biidett and Courtland Sts. FOR a bargain, south half of 9-18-19. If 'interested phone 350 or call at our office. Room 11, South- iard Block. Imperial Co., Ltd. girl 'to do light housework. Apply Mrs. Wm. Oliver, 606 Bompas St. 243-6 a reliable housekeeper. Apply to Post Office Box J59, Raymond, Alta. 243-3 FOE SALE-By C L. Kane, first- class second cutting alfalfa hav Leave orders at Beagle Maxwell's office. 242-6 FOE Heal talking parrot. For price, etc. apply to P. Box 192, WAITRESS- at Dallas ho- tel. Must he. competent: 236-0 FOR' SALE-Two gentle ponies, brok- lor "Laundry work. J Apply Lethbridge Laundry Co 164-0 woodsmen. Highest going wages paid. "Elk Lumber Co. F. G.' Waters, superintendent, Hos- mer, B. C. 237-0 en ;tq both saddle -and harness. Ap- ply at once to Mrs. Geo.'Rogers. 245-0 LOST OR STRAYED servant, two in family; small house. Townships Bank. Apply Eastern 240-0 gold belt buckle attached to white eilk belt. Lost oh Eound St. be- and Hudson Bay "Stores. Finder .please leave at Her- ald office. 244-3 DETROIT'S CHANCES -OF MAKING A RECORD Commission Co. Engineer for heating and refrigerating. 'Apply in person with I references. Northwest Jobbing and 241-0 A competent girl for gen- Boston. -'.Mass., Sept. 29.-Whetb.er i housework .Apply Mrs. S. S. the Detroit tcaai w.ill establish, a new I Dunham, 1519 Dufferin: 241-6 American. League record by winning WANTED-By Oct. 12, competent the pennant three successive times or j servant for general housework. Ap- whether the championship for -the sea.- M. Ey.ans, 326 Bartlett son of 1909 will go 'to PMladelphia St- 245-6 MINERS Saskatch- will. probably be decided in tie four game series .which, the Champions open with Boston, here to weath- er conditions permitting. A double- header for today was arranged last j experienced and re- ewan, Collieries; Lake. Grassy 245-6 light red cow about 6 years old, ZNZ on left ribs: With cow is roan calf about 4 months old. One dark red cow about 2 veare branded 2R (curve 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- on N. W. 1-4 -Sec. 28. .Finder 'notify 'at once R A: Williams, Winnifred, Alta 239-52 month, one game having been post poned in the last'series between the i, i ana re- -1 .jliable farm.fwork. Must" be able to: handle, .yourig horses. Good Iwa'ges yand Apply 'Box jof 'ihb second heat ,Geb.. Cano ruled favor- ite over the entire field at 50 to 30. Darky Hal .was chased home this Over _________________ time by Major _MaK who won the Chicago; jn three .games SITUATIONS, WANTED third heat by.: a-heck from the star stay two clubs. :The Michigan men come 4, Whitney with a lead ,-oi.ttWp and a- J meet j George Gano became' dan- j lose three of .the four, gair_es to Bos- j Boy warrts position at he fourth and came sec- ton> while Philadelphia is winning' light housework. Washing-up, etc. Hal mare, gerous in the ond to Darky Hal.. in 5; purse three, the-latter team will have a clear lead over Detroit, and victories Apply Box 14, Lethbridge. "243-6 .'in- or i two., remaining games with at private'homes.'. Good work Sir Todd. h. s., by Todd (Proc'tor-, j Washington would assure the pennant i at reasonable Mrs, Botham. 31311, Philadelphia. If, however, the; orraTJce Ave., beside railway track Silver Baron, b.'p., by Baron Bell take ;all of: the games here, I 2 3. ior three out of Tour, or break even FOR SALE 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 The Alberta Railway and Irrigation Co. LETHBRIDGE. is now rumored that the roadbed for their electric railway will be built at the same time. Whether true or not, it has ceased to be a matter of speculation among our people that this.country will see something doing in the railway business next year. SUNDIAL NEWS Sundial, Alberta, September Mrs. Will Conner will leave Mon- day fcr Minnesota for a few months' stay with her aged mother who late- ly suffered a stroke of paralysis. Walter Matthews, one of our en- terprising merchants, and one of the most highly respected young men of thist district lately sprung a royal surprise on his many friends. Bidd- ing us a short good bye he returned to hosie In Indiana froso. whence he drops word that he has taken unto himself a wife. Pretty long journey we think for a bride, so we reserve our congratulations, show- ers of rice, and a rousing shivered un- til he returns. Our country looks very prosperous since the grain is' all in stack. We can coujit one hundred and. thirty- four from our door and on every hand plowing and "discing for another harvest. Miss Shwait is keeping house for Mrs. Oseau. J. W. Farler is building a very fine barn for Mrs. -L. N. Graham of the Graham ranch. Mrs. Graham leaves soon for a few weeks' visit with relatives, ii.n Iowa where she (Geers) 1 2 Bronson. br. e. (Titer) 2 10 11 3 2. j and wins three, the Also "started. Miss i Westerners will stilLhave the lead in Barritone. Buck Athol, Fanny -Wood- jthe racc- The loss of one game by burn, Remorseful, My Kite, Ruby Patehen, Heiress Argot Philadelphia while Detroit is practically eliminates the 'eastern! i team from the fight.___.. POSITION and typewriter. First class man of long experience. Is also good office man and ad. writer.. Address R.S.N. Box 286, Lethbridge 245-6 Hall, Daisy Time- YlO l4 r 2JO 3-1 r 2.12, 2.13 1-4. ___ King. in 5, purse j ceived by the Chief "'Enineer of the Darky ,Hal, blk. m., by Star Hall TO return of four mares branded LM on left shoulder, and .seven sreldings. branded 7L on left .hip. Notify A; A. Lethbridge. Alta. 209-0 afternoon, 1 bay mare and foal; mare wearing leather head stall; branded SL on left hip and RV OIL right shoulder. Also -a bay gelding, white spot on forehead, two hind' feet white, branded with reversed 3 on right shoulder. Finder giving will be rewarded. James Cooper, Westminster 6th house past English Church. 243-3 FOUND SEALED PROPOSALS: will be re- .Southern .Alberta -Xand Co., Limited until 10 o'clock a.m., October 14th, 1909, and thereupon opened for the .1 1 2 1.. j construction of an earth dam across Major Mallow, b.g., (Mellow) 3215. Snake Valley, containing about 110 Moior- Brino. blk. g., (McDonald) 2 cubic yards and for about 16 J of Canal; averaging about 501- 000 cubic yards per mile. The work situated close to Little Bow river in 3 3 3. Geo. Cano, b.h., (Morphy) 4472. Also -started, Brenda Yorke, Lady Maude, Eph. S., Gov. TO office suite of rooms in Acadia building, Redpath St Apply on premises to The jC. B. Bowman Agency. 219-0 of keys with chain attached. .Owner please call at Her- ald -office.- 241-O 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 TENDERS TENDERS will be received by the undersigned until Thursday, October 7th, for grading approximately cubic yards of earth in connecticin with mew sewer system. For inforrh- WANTED TO fully modern seven or eight roomed house, near school., for immediate possession. Write-J. Jones, 507, City. 243-Ox Searles, Alice Pointer; Time 2.04 1-4; 2.05 1-4; 2.06 1-4. BUCKEYE in 5; purse Penista Maid, by Penant (Shutt) 111. Margin, ro. m. (McDonald) 242. Jack McKerron, b.h., (Shark) -3.2 4. General H., (Haag) 4 3 3. Also" started, Franzee, Idlewise. Time 2.05 3-t; 2.08 1-4; 2.06 1-4. 2.13 CLASS 3in 5; purse K., .b.s., by Constenaro (Fran- cis) 1 1 1. Danish Girl, krn., (Rhodes) 2 2 3 Meadowbrook, br. m., (Turner) 4 3 Ian Bars, br. S. (Kitcbim) 3 4 S. Also started, Peter Pan, Mary Me., Etliel Wood ford. Fred Patchen, J. R. Gibson. 1-4; 2.06 1-2; 2.09 2109 heats; purse Ella Ambulator, b.m., by Ambu- lator (Murphy) 1 1 1. The Canon, b.g. (Rhodes) 2 2 3. Annabelle Lee, blk. g. (Geers) 14 12 2. -Also started: Shadeland, Flying Jim, Beauty Wilkes, Byron Kay, Shaugihran, Shamrock, Tjhe Ruth p., Rushville, Ora Jackson, Bmy'B. 1-4, 2.0C 2.03. T0 or all or i work. The right is I ject any or all bids. reserved 244-6 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 barb wire fence around Townships 12 and, 13 Range 20 the 4th Meridian. The fence is 36 miles long, willow posts and droppers. The highest or any tender not ner cessarily accepted.' W. R. HULL CO. 235-26 Calgary, Canadian parcel postage to Mexico ixsgins Friday, The want of 'this been one barrier against the estab- lishment oi a-very large trade. Private Sale The, BellevTJie t Farms hav- ing sold a large part of Its holdings o'ffers for, .sale its'. machinery, farming implements, "wagons, stock, etc., consisting of about 75 Horses (among the number some high bred Kentucky t Binders. Wagons, Drills, Discs, Cock-: shut Plow, Seeves1 32 h.p. Engine, 3 h.p. G-asoline En- gine. Red River Special Se- parator, about 40 Hogs. The machinery is nearly all new. and most of it repair Apply to A. S. BOWMAN, Pres. 423. Crabb Street 315 Bruiiton. board and two if wanted bed- Apply 245-3 LAEGE FRONT suitable for man and wife or two gentlemen, for rent, with all modern conveniences; also room and board 425 Bart- 245-6 for one gentleman; Apply lett St.. SALE FOR head horses; 30 head ation apply to 245-7 C. M. ARNOLD, City Engineer. TENDERS TENDERS will he received by the undersigned for the grading of lanes in Blocks 7, 18, 31 and 32, City of Lethbridge until September 30th, 1909. For information apply to C. M. ARKOXD. 241-5 City Engineer. cattle: machinery for farm an d furniture. Must, all-be sold or none, Will also rent the farm, 320 acres, 2 1-2 miles from jfrrig-ated, improved. 60 'acres in -fall--wheat; 'strtbble mostly turned. Stable 22 horses. House, 9 rooms; phone, cellar and cistern. On shares or- cash. Herald Office. Apply Box A. P., 244-0 ,FOR modern, ten rouin- ed house on three lote. Good stable. Built only one year. Apply Oct. 1st -to Owner, corner Bmnton St.-.-. 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 sever; roomed fully modern house en' near new Central School. Apply P MacMurphy, Mgr. South Alberta Lun, Phone 225. aOO-r SNAPS BY THE WHOLESALE IN 'REAL Empire -Land several- thousand acres of choice fanning land just placed on the market, hi blocks of 160 to acres. If it's good land you are look- ing for, at a nominal price, call or Phone 304. The Empire Land Co.. up- stairs, Ott Block. 235-0 SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS Auy pereou'wuo IB me sols el a" family, or any male over 18 old, may homestead a of available Dominion land in Mtni- coba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. The applicant must appear in person ai the Dominion Lands Agency or Sub- Agency for the district. EntT bj. proary may be made at any agency ter of intending homesteader. residence upon and cultivation of the land in each of three years. A homesteader may live within nine miles c! nis home stead on a farm of at least 60 acrtt solely owned and occupied by him oi by his father, mother, son. daughter, brother or sister. In certain districts a in good standing may pre-empt quarter-section alongside his home- stead. Price per acre. 'Duties. -Must reside six months in eacn of six years from date, of homefiteai entry (including the time -required to earn homestead patent) and cultivate fifty acres extra. A homesteader who bat exhausted homestead right and cannot ob- tain a pre-emption may take a pui chased homestead in certain Price per acre. reside six months in each of three years, cultivate fifty acres and a house worth W.W.OOBY. Deputy Minister ol the publi O not ,-ni'i for.