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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 9, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta Beauty Blouae Enameled Jewelry. Tie-Pint, Cuff Links, Fobs (Jharnn. and Lockets Ladies' Ladies' and Gents' Chains. Sue our new stock which is-just HI." engraver Easter Gift for you. R. A. WRIGHTJhe Jeweler OF CANADA 18 BriMtef h Onto I Banking by Mail If no one of our 138' ________ Branches is within easy reach of do your Banking by mail. Deposits may be made; cash withdrawn, or any.other business transacted in this way with perfect .safety. Write for particulars. is sufficient to open a Savings Account, on which interest will be paid 4 times a year. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH: J. R. Manager. NEWS OF BOWVILLE __..., Jtront ol iiirith ,I'xt'iled r Whcu hofSek'wenl" by uricl bivak- injg loose 'They thro pieces alf'though they were mutches. ftlu'y wi'iv finally stopped near JVter- bam after one ohthem was bad- y cut up' in Iho fence. The other was ot injured. Miss Rule fromf Montana is visit- ng her sister, Mrs..O. H. Ottot. Lyn Burns "has purchased the pony hat used to 'be Mrs. Che's. Adam's aclle horse. UigB Amanda, Kngen attended tlie dance Friday night., A pobtofficp' is now opened up in father's, store Its nanV will be Sundial. Mr. Kn- jen has had luck in losing four iQrfees ho Vjame to Canada.. Messrs.'Hicklad accom- >anied Mr. Ed% Reynolds on a trip lorth looking for homestead. They returned last night and repoited that they were going in to bridge Friday to file. Mr. Wyman has bought Mr. Girlie's- driving team. Olaf Will is now erecting a. lint new house on claim. Rev. Mr. Moss went to Lethbridgi Tuesday after a load of lumber fo his brother John who has rKurnei after a long absence. Harry' Wilson, who has been stop- ping at Donnan's has left us to make his home in Ireland wheie his folks live. ;MLss Hilnia Peterson went to Wednesday, returning Thurs- Breakfist Fooil itj not only in lasm to all other you ever ale, but is more economical. Une y Jo, nuikes 6u Ibs. when served. It coots up smooth ami froe from lumps OATS THE HORSE AND WHEAT FOR MAN Your grocer A croamy-white delicious food. A real surprise for breakl'ust aud an be served in niitiiborieSB dainty vays for luncheon and dinner desserts ii now Him Jim S Dentor Ci Lid. iSYMOPSIS OF CANADIAN NOjRTH- i WEST HOMESTEAD R6OU- -1 1 Any eyenjuimbiToa section of Do- i miniuii lands' in ManitoiV; fciaskatch- ewan and Alberta, excepting 8 and 2G, not reserved, rnuy be hbmesiead- by any person who is the sole head i ol a family, or any male ovefr 18 years jof age, to thft extent'of one-quarter [section of ICO acrcb moio or less. Application for entry must be made- in person by the applicant at ;t Do- ij minion Agency or Sub-Agency for tlie district in which the land'js Entry by proxy may, how- 'BLACK FLAG" LAST NIGHT fJ'lK! Aiiugton Company pieseulcd thu "Black rititf" 'at Oliver's Hall last evening the l.irtfyst house of the week, and gave oxcellent .satis- faction. The play is one of the strongest they put on heic. The Hadfords arc at work this week building a house on Mrs. Had 'ford's claim, the S.W. of 13-22. Mra. Hadford will move in as w soon possible. Mike Goren of Lethbridge, who has been spending the past few days "in our burg, has about completed ar- rangements-with Mr. Johnson for his drilling machine. f Leon Burns expects to make a trip 'to Lethbridge Friday with a load of grain Mrr Robert Reynolds sold his big -team last week' and is now about to .buy another. Will Fry is preparing to leave foi Claresholm in the near future -where he expects to work on Watson's out .fit. this summer. .John-Reynolds'sold his buggy last week. Mr} Heckland was the, btfyer. Anyhow, John has ar- raiigernents for a new one of the latest stylo. Mr.' Frank Greene is btill working -.his oven. He says the worse the wea- ther, the better they work. Lars Brandrold is being kopt piet- --ty basv-lately cleaning flax. Charles Smith -was over visiting, friends in Bowville this .week. 'Judging from the will exceed all previous records regarding immigration irom the States. A late 'iasue of a St. Paul, daily states that oar load after "carload of passengers are leaving St. Paul every day for Western Canada mostly Alberta. short visit in X. Dakota. It is evident that Ott "still trots in single harness. Mr. Ed Averall is the proud owner of a pair ol Shetland ponies. They make a dandy pair of drivers. Prayer meeting was held at the home of Mr. and Mis.NHariey last Saturday night, March and was held at Mr. Alfred Averall's on Sat- urday night, March 28. A good crowd was present. Mr.' Charles Rude moved into his new two1" storey house last Thursday. Mr. Dolan bought three horses from itr. Clark, our Bowville harness maker. Farmers, attention! Two black- smith shops in Bowvillo. Come and 'get your work done. The school board of Bowville sc district have purchased a new black board and some new seats for school. That's right, gentlemen, the of this district have been long deprived of school and need all 01 the education they can get% Our school equipment is not yet up to the bridge day. Fred Miebach has completed a new barn on his '.place. Mr. Swertfeger was in Lethbridge most of last week on business. Chris Egger, who h'as been hauling wheat for WilburJSmith for the past two weeks returned to this side of the.ridge Sunday. Mr. Tom Gostic and Charley Till ley, also Mr. J. Egger, took supper at the Moore- Shack last Sunday night, after which J. -Mooie, accompanied by Messrs. Pulley and logger attend- ed church at the school house. T. Moore struck water in his new well'at 2G feet. Jack Eggeivliad a small runaway last Tuesday. No damage was done. The last meeting of the Bowvillo literary society was held last Thurs- day evening. The debate was, "Re- solved that a Man Would Go Far- ther for the Love of Woman than for Love of Gold." The leaders were Mr. A. McDonald leader on the negative and Mr. A. Williams, lead The all ully good, while the program i-endereil by the Ladies' Orchestra was another rich musical tu' Tonight- fcmo of the ek-vercst unci most successful comcch dramas ever wiitten will prescni'-d, "The t'riu- eess cf hi this piece Muyme Aringtou appears ui hei' great est creation of the and Char- ley Cunning, the comedian ap- pears in his irmnitauxbU' characteris- ation of the "tramp." New special- ties and a now will Iji1 cono'it programme ticket holder receives numbers on Interior. publication of east .'of the barracks. TAYLOLJ, LetlihriilKe t Coal, Ice and t il DRAYING this advertisement will nnt be paid j for. SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING REG ULATIONS FOR SALE Show Cases and Counter at present in at- Johnston's Drug Store. 966 FOR. SALE Six or seven teams of horses, from to pounds. Can be seen H. Moore; 99-6 at R. -Tiffin's ranch, owner Western Transfer Co. LONG BROS.Proprietors Office opposite' Balmoral TELEPHONE: 63 WANTED mining rights ot me Dominion f CANVASSERS [Straight salary. Apply at nt Manitoba. Saskatchewan, .__ n i Herald Office. 100-0 the Yukon Territory, the North-Wesl i _ _ _ Territories and British Coluunlid, iiia> vCOOKr WANTED be leased for a term of twenty-om Man and wife preferred, man i to at an animal leiitul of il .an xvork On_farm, woman to cook. I I have 7 town- ships for sale Wholesale or.Retail J. T. McKlNNEY Room I, Whitney Blk. JIM ARRIVED 'OAK OF [Wood Fibre DRAYING All kinds .of DRAYING promptly attended to. COAL delivered to any "part of the city for per. ton HAYRTRANSFtRCo acre. Nut more than u ill .Vmf-rican be leased to one applicant. Application for a lease must hi made to the Agent or Sub-Agent of the district in which the rights ap [died for are situated. In .surveyed territory the luuu 'must- be described by sections, or le gal of and in u us urveyed territory the tract appli for shall be staked out. Farming Co., Apply Coaldale, JOJ-2 TO'RENT Two furnished rooms, suitable 'for respectable young men. Apply Burdett St. if. TO LET Fxirnished rooms, suitable for young Eacli application must be accom t path St. panied by a fee of will b> refunded if the rights applied for an I mcrrr Apply H. Hutchinson, 308 Red- 101-0 j not available but not otherwise. AI AND the C P R. section boss at Cnlgarj" void's, in the near future: i John Reynolds and John Koski O. R. Rick has just returned from n I wore Uthhridgc. visitors tins week. co W SQUARES CO W CO CARPET SQUARES AND RUGS We snrely have what you hare been long- ing for. Every color, every size. And you know already, of. our repii- tatiori for close The pricing of every square sustains this reputation ItoTurpin Furniture Co 1, i __________________ This Smoker will be tbe hit of the season. Outside and all tlie best local talent has been engaged OWE DOLLAR Printers1 Quartet will -be there with their latest Mis home rnn snre Umpire's Baling Any manor member found off his base on-the loth will be summarily dealt .with UMPIRE, THOS. S. HAROLD Batter Up 8 30 Trompt Mr. Billie Sharratt Vcntriloquislt and Mimic At liberty for Smoking Concerts. Ventriloquism taught OLIVER'S I PLANING MILL Ring Up 108 When you want DRAYING Dor.e promptly and satisfactorily JOHN BRODIE: FOR SALE MODEL INCUBATORS and royally siiail be paid on the mer crs> besL machincs chantable output of the mine at th. Catalogue on 'application. Sole agent rate of five cents per ton. for" H. C. Richards, Box Every' of coal mining rightt. 1273, Calgary, which are not being operated f shall furnish the district Agent of Domiu ion Lands with a sworn statement tt. that effect at least once in each year Tlie lease wiil include the coai mining rights only, but the lesee be permitted to purchase xvhatevei available surface righta inay be con- STRAYED From. Lundbrcck, Alta., two 101-12 work geldings, one brown, branded "half circle over horizontal R" on right hip and a blotched brand on left shoul- and one bay branded JK (mono- gram) on left hip. Any S sidered necessary for the. working ol! ing information of the above to A, the mine at the'rate of an acre, j Rogers, Lundbreck, be suitably For full information applicatioi rewarded. 101-6 should be made to the Secretary the Department of the Ot NURSING i Mrs. Higgin is at liberty to take up j nursing again. Apply 1002 Baroness iRoad. 101-C1 Office. Yards and dr. mil iti 3WTB ITRHS Telephone 153 lawn, or any Agent or Sub-Agent ol I Dominion Lands. f i W. W. CORY, Deputy Minister of the Interior !_______________.. publication WANTED j Ihis advertisciTJent. will not be pair 1 TWO wanted as I Will pay good salary. canvassers; Apply to Don't Forget f r J.F.RODGERS and S. BORRUP Office. ARE IX THE 650 Street Orders IcH for Easter cut flowers before April 12th -promptly tilled Place your order now as vc can- not promise orders to be filled after that date. DRAYING mwm IDSINESS Nothing too big Nothing too sm; Photos HANDFORD WANTED 2 or 3 smart boys, also, man with knowledge of office work hnd shipping. Apply Lethbridge Woollen Co. 102-3 FOR SALE CHOICK RANCH AND COAL MINE ON ST. MARY'S RIVER, cpn- Isisting of 733 acres, situate in the I South of Township Range 21, VWcst the 4th Jfcridian, with'.IX I miles of frontage on St. Mary's river. 5 living sprinprf on the 5 j roomed house concrete veneered, tor- rals, stables, root house and cow- sheds, etc. Included in the above are 51 acres of coal mining lands which have