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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 6, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta y V ;v that W City wJH'briug Letkbridjp should Our Suite at and i i- A, 'f f j v f' VV7E these Hoes it hard to say whit you wish to' pay. made that Pinch er Creek, High Itiver, Red Deer and Strathcona should be assigned dates to fill in the vacancies on the fixture card between the .Lethbridge and Ed- monton meets. A'll that was done in this direction was to appoint Mr. Mattheson Co arrange dates for High River to ih.- of, rules was read and approved of, and all were satis- that -the association should be .rontrolkxl by the Pacific Jockey Club the 'Amerjcan Trotting Associa- CHEAT RIOT. r f v i Glasgow; v 5. One hundred and twenty tfcousRnd pptsons altt-nd- cil' the' football, match botwcc-n l-'ug- Umtl and Gotland' rtere today. A mob broke the enclosure and forty persons were iujuiod by the cruhh. Puring the progress of the game stones were by augry spectatorti-. Two injured were taken to the haspkal. "The game resulted in a tie 'of one goal Thus Canada will be able to send in by mail the names of all those tak- ing 'part thc final tests before they actually take then withdraw the names of all' those comprising the Canadian "Olympic Bill Bailey has gone to Pinchcr Creek to play base ball with the fast, which, tho club of that town is getting together to enter the Southern Alberta League. tion. After a short it w-as un- animously1 decided that the Western Canada Turf Association include the three provinces'of Saskatchewan, Al- berta and British Columbia only. In discussing what sum-the invita- lioja fees should be set at, the ques- tion of a competent starter was brought up but finally left over as a matter that the board of stewards bhould deal with. The invitation fee was set at each club forming the association to pay their'own admission to either the' National ork American Trotting Associations under whose "jurisdic- tion the "Western'Canada Association, will The above fee entitles individual clubs to the use of the gate, ?which the W.C.T. A or Turf who have, al- ready boughtJ the services of thcibfficial starter with an assistant, and the press agerttl It-was'point- ed out however, that in the case of the smaller towns discrimina- tion made with rfjrard to the.fee. Jn the towns referred to the real_ sports wlio "were ready toj pay were so 'few that the expense would fall Very heav- ily- on them. support given race mocts never "had paid and not' expected to now.' Seven were mado for THE SHOW; TO-NIGHT 'This'evening" the play bill by the Arington Company; at Oliver's ITall be the beautiful drama entitled ''The Belle of Richmond." This is different from most, of the houtrT, m that moitgage is absent, and it tis -'not u "darky" Play. t The plot is an original omj and is cast with''the "full strength of Mr.J t J Arington's company of twenty-four players. New' .specialties by the clever 'chil- dfe, Inez, Ody'and Helen, and a neu- concert _ programme' by the superb Polmatier Sisters Ladies' Orchestra at eight o'clock" Come early and JFOH SALE .N o rth W a rcj Lots ,WEST OF WESTMINSTER ROAD Magificent high'awl dry LoU within onc-qumtc-r'of a mile of Wostrninstor At 10 Per Cept Discount for a Few No greatcT oppoitunity for profitable investment wilhbe found 111 thfb papej luday than" here 'offered This .higji residence has .absolutely every advantage of desirable eijvironment that can 'make residence propc-rty valuable, thU district must advance rapidly. Right .NOW and right HERE is the critical time for you to gef 6ne of the, most desirable home sites in this city. t T. E. PATTESON Room 7i Oliver Block Geo. Taylcr, Florist 650 Bartlctt Street Otdersleft for Easter cut flowers before April 12th r promptly filled, Place your order now ai we can- not promise orders to be filled after that (late. WANTED An experienced boot and shoe Mies- man. Must be an active steady mkn, good stock keeper and a ply Manager, Hudson's Com- pany. Mr. Billib Sharratt Ventriloquist and Mimic At liberty for Smoking Concerts, Parlies, etc. taught LOST .D BRACELET between tfa- grath and Lethbridge. Finder will be rewarde'd by leaving at Wright's jewelry store, Lethbridge. 96-0 FOR SALE A sorrel horse, weight about a good driver go double or single. Apply C. close the gas well. _ 964) hear ,thc toncert. It is free to all ticket holders. The reserved seats j- t -c. "i artr> on sale at Higinbothum s drug store. Prices and 50 cents. I OUR LETTER BOX THE' AUTOMOBILE PROBLEM Townships I have 7 town- ships for sale Wholesale'or Retail Bill is a second baseman- that is hard to boat be a sourc'o of strength Repairing to" the'team. -Saturday was a great day, for thc junior baseball and football sports of Mncleod. 1 After defeating the Cen- tral School Baseball Club-in the morning by the score of they did -thc same' trick again in the evening when the football game came oil. The game was hard fought throughout and resulted in a win for the boys from across the coulee by the score of positions.on the Aboard jf stewards, five of whom ballot as follows: Moodie. Calgary, 12 votes. G. A. Alexander, Saskatoon, 13 votes. 'i Mr.' ,Martin, ifoose Jaw, 13 votes. D. R. Stewart, Edmonton. 9 A. E. Humphries, Ixithbridge, 8 votes. To thc Herald, Dear noticed _ in one of your contempornnds" a -statement that petition is to be prc- j sented to the Ontario legislature from Bruce County, Ont., praying that body shoald absolutely j prohibit thc 'use of automobiles on 1 any roads'except those of incorpor-1 ated cities, towns and-villages, the petitioners claiming automo bile has become a menace to life and property. A similar pelition is to be, presented to the legislature of Prince Edward Island with a viaw to the same object. Is there not, we sound reason for such a drast tic, measure and has not thc timp. come when such steps .should be tak- en in the same direction in this pro" vince? True, automobiles are not so'7 numerous'in the new country as in the older and wen.Hhier commun- J. T. McKlNNEY Room I, Whitney Blk. FOR SALE On and after March 25th, at Fur- map's livery stable, 20 head of well broken work horses, weighing from Iba. up. 86-0 BUSINESS FOR SALE FOR Feed and Boarding Stable. Dray line in con- nection in''live town of six hundred oh Prince Albert branch, Canadian Northern. Would consider'live stock for part. Box W., Herald Office'.' 87-86 JUST ARRIVED CAR OF Wood Fibre AND FOR SALE A heavy general work team, gentle, ind well broken. Harness for sale Apply F. A .Maxwell, old'Vir- tue farm south of city. 9T-C-P WANTED Position ad housekeeper on Jarm by woman with two children. Apply Mrs. Smith, .Windsor Hotel. TO'RENT r j f HOUSE, 14 rooms, used ai boarding j house'in good locality, or would" sell; >mall" payment, down, balance This is a snap. Apply K. Adam, or, Leth.-Realty Co. 986' HANDFORD L Many diamonds are lost by neglecting to have ring claws renewed; soon enough. We will gladly ex-" amine your jewelry at any of advise you whether the stones are secure or not. The prices for re-clawing and re- mounting are quite moderate service prompt and the workmanship1 the best pos- sible. C. Ross Tate Principal Torrie of tho Macleod schools has a r4ghtHo feel proud-of his boys and thc expressed, opinion of the boys is Torrie' is just exactly all right. Principal and boys J. Dell, Bowville. 993 FOR SALE One slightly well ma- in first tclass shape, cheap, as l.canont use it at mine as intended. Apply to W. J. Bell, Bowville. Alta. 99-3, benefit sind by whose labor or money j chiefly our highways" nre htrilt and repaired. John J. Cameron. Alta., April 2nd, Botb lines are ideally svited foe we in Terandak. rooms, bedrooms, or drawing robin every place, in fact, where light, comfortable, moved, furniture it an advantage. These goods arc wotderfilly awl pi most finished workmanship. Splendid aMbftnent today bat pricing on the rush basii will clear quickly, 90 now Turpin Furniture Co. THE HOMEI.Qt BJC VALUES Canmore, E.xshaw, Cochrane, Didsj bury, Olds, Alix, Camrose, Daysland, Ponoka, of which bright little towns have any curling tlubs. It was also tlccitled that the secre- tary comrhunicftte with the following inviting late, with the Alberta branch R.C.C. C.: Cranbrook, Fernic, Greenwood, UoydMinstcr, Fort Saskatchewan, Ill 111 111 I I H I I I I 11 Anaconda Butto Dawson City and Fairbanks. relt thfct as TMwson City .with the Manitoba to; bon- Alberta. migtit as Well invite tKcais clubs to rncmbcrship; 'An important meeting of the Press Club is calted for Twsday at -7.30 o'clock 5si the News L. H. JOHNVTOIIC adjoin tttf Bank5 Any even numbered section of. Do- minion lands in Manitoba, Saskatch- ewan and Alberta, excepting 8 and 26, not may be homestead- od by. any porson who is the sole head j a family, or any male over 18 of age, to the extent of one-quartei hection or 160 acres more-, or less. f Application for entry must be made in person by the applicant at .1 Do- minion Lands Agency or Sub-Agency [or the district in which the land it-j situate. Entry by proxy "may. how- j ever be made at an Agency on certain j conditions by the father, mother, daughter, brother or sifter of an in-, tending homesteader. The homesteader is required to per- form the homestead ;duties under one of the following-plans: (1) At least six .months' residence j upon and cultivation of the land iji (each year.for three years. <2) A homesteader may, if ho, so desires, perform the required resi-1 dence duties by living on farminp' land owned solely by him, not less I than eighty (SO) acres in extent, in the vicinity of his homestead. Joint ownership of land will not meet UIJF rcqnirernent. (3) If the father (or mother, if j father is deceased) of a homesteader WANTED I am prepared ,to remove closets ,md dig earth .pits. Apply H. F., herald Office. _ 90-1-p WANTED TWO LADY Straight-aslary., at once at, Herald Office. OPERA HOUSE ONE SOLID WEEK, SATURDAY MAT- INEE. witn of the Favorites '1 Arington Comedians Ari for POIIATIER SiSTERS LAMES' ORCHESTRA In a Series of Entirely New Plays 22 PEOPL.E TW Ofyer ni d ChiUren, INEZ, OOY, rod HELEN CiKtrt ike lafesVOrckstri ererr Eyening at 8 c'ckck tarn rists frkcs, 5CJC, 75c Seats now on safe at usual place WANTED TWO DINING ROOM- GERLS, i month. Apply Alberta Restaurant., 99-3 SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING REG- ULATIONS Cpal; mining rights ot tne Dominion Manitoba, Saskatchewan, he Yukon Territory, Territories and British Columbia, may; leased for a term of twenty-one at an annual rental of an icre. Not more than acres will i be leased to one applicant. Application for a lease must -be" made .to the Agent or Sub-Agent ol the district in which the rights ap-r plied for are situated. In surveyed territory the land, must be described by sections, or le- j subdivisions of fe permanent residence on fomFng for out. Each application must be accom- panied by a fee of which wilVbe refunded if the rights applied for are not available but noi. otherwise. A' land owned solely by him. not less than eighty (80) acres in extent, in the vicinity of the homestead, or Tip- on a homestead entered for by him in I thc vicinity, such homesteader may t perform his own residence duties by i tbe mer- I i.living with the father (or }chanHWc output of the mine at the. 4 (4) The term "vicinity" in the fivc ccnts ton- ipreceeding paragraphs is defined Every Irnsee of coal mining j meaning not more than nine miles in which are not being operated shall a direct line, exclusive of the width Agent of Domin- ion Lands with a sworn statement to I that effect at least once in each year. The lease will include the ,coal mining rights only, but the leaee may f M 1 1 M i i M H t It It 1 1 1- 4-H-H KM I thc ac- I of road allowances crossed j measurement. (5) A homesteader intending !perform his. residence .duties in cbrdance with the above while living (with parents or on.fanning land own- by himself .nuisl notify the Agent i for the district of such intention. Six months' notice in writing must be permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may be con- sidered necessary for the working of the mine at the rate of ?10 an acre. For full information application K-t-H-l-H- be given to the Comujissioacr of Do- should be made to the Secretary of minion Unds at Ottawa, of m ten tion Department of the Interior, m- to apply for patent. Juwa, or any Agent or Sub-Afent of W. W. GORY, i Dominion Lands. Deputy of the Minister of the i Wv W. CORY, Interior. Deputy Minister of the -Interior. Unauthorized publication FnAuthorUed publiowtioo