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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 18, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta a t II APRIL It, IMS FRIEN D SHI P. EN GAG E- and WEDDING RINGS New Stock R. A. WRIGHT, The Jeweler ABOUT.. DAD'S tte IT'S i-> no I >et lor tune 'than iho piesent lor council lo get busj {i youi in council to see wheie kick comes am then.tjiey ciioUe oft ti lot of then gas 1 do not know that the Loul has -sufficient j ytiWffe against the city to allow1 ol them to be c'loctfcil but if Hei I ever and lor some Lima have had ed out bv the wind and dropping no 1 hev arc1 pi'cttv up down on someone s lu-ad Moreover for u -Spring In this respect the Leth bridge 'Bofk awls many rtxjujn an cxtrHCt of malt-niul hops. Fpr run down ;md out it is a hranby food cases Ilfh inst. LETHBRIDGE BREWING ft MALTING COMPANY, LTD. Just Arrived ik fir fita Plaster ti Piaster PiANING MILL Offico, f anil and Fuctory: dr. Um IWU MEETS Telephone 153 EHkoB Breakfast FooJ is uot only superior in taste lo all other One 9 package 50 Ibs. when served. Tt coo kg ttp smooth and free from OATS FOR THE HORSE AND WHEAT FOR NAN A creamy-white delicious food. real surprise for bivakfast and fan be served dainty ways for luncheon and dinner desserts Your grocer has it now EHisoe Killing S Elevator Co, Ltd, Raymond Magrath Leth bridge uncl as thiti bpen conuibutmtf thev rue a serious .hindiance lo the "to the s uulfaie 101 months be- t N Columbia Restaurant Day and Night FRESH OYSTERS Caiidus, Cicais, Japanese Goods Meal Tickets 55 per Week io Coaldale Hotel that an unmtuitionu.1 compli- ment has to lict skill in iconccalinfi: what'wonun of a past eiation Allowed escape fiom them [in 'airs' und 'graces' and a tendency ,to 'peacock MJ wju ;ui N tn itftuie should a hie occur in e the good tunes back on J them it is only Htfht thai the city these blocks tiling that LC1UII1 IL IS UlliS i lfVIL I "-'I- 1-ul- u.i i i e should stoiiped is the practice ot tthould provide as air as for l b> giving themv It doos not skilled labor to dig tienches and I do not think''that the laboi unions would kick if the city omplojed some nen who aiv not union men as well as those who are. many 01 the meichants of putting other obstruc- tions on tho sidewalk. The sidewalks aie mulow enough as1 it is without" those things stuck m the way, to sa.v nothing of the looks ol Phone 211 Big cities do not allow peifoi-__________ _____ mances and be the InisiiK-sb 'of D'ad's council Speaking, of union labor on the to lht.vl) things tity woik leminds1 me of the pickle A to Lhe appear- Dad got into mo oth.-i day Sonv_ allcc of tho cspeciullv to one R tjln Dad phoning who uie not USI G. W. H. REED to Hiidli'V-Kobertfa Co, Fresh Stock of Easter Goods to Of Interest to Women Cdilh Mai ion Patch, who is ,w01 king foi a'Ph. J) dogiee at Cor- nc-11 Umvei.siiy, is entomologist for -Maine state ev.penini'ntal station, and m'connection with hei college i work is engaged in n-seaiches to id- entify the vegetable patasites undei investigation by the Maine station. She is..jt present Jnboung to piotect 1the potato, but in tune will extend her held to pursue tlu pauisites that apples and At'the, "jr.ii no station it is that hei] u I 'You will find it a revuml -in itself to to the Hub for your meals and short orders Stra wlwrins and Gremu. Ff6sh Mush- rooms. RjjjoTomaioes THE HUB First-class Cafe IX IttU IOTU DINING HIM Short Order Between Meals f: CARBOLI, DOYLE WANT ADS irOR Feed lioaiding siuble. Oruy Inw ;n cou- ucctiuu in live town oi six bundled on i'uuce Allwit branch, Canadian xXoiUieni. Would cojisidfi live pail, iiox W., Herald Olhce. TO RENT Iwo ioynib, suitable rcfapcctable yoyng men. Apply 54k. Burdett St. t Funiislit'd looms, suitable foi young, num. Apply H. 30d iied path St. ,_ FOR SALE MODEL IXCUIUTOKS and Brood.- best inachmos on the Catalogue on application. Sole for Albata. II. c. Kicluida, Box 1273, Calgaiy, in' estimations will piovc of uinch j lhllt D'ul'S counul the' matter "but it him that the little shell 101 the- hose %uus icel on tlie Westminster school had been blown down the wind. Dad was as .sctiic'd as the mis chief thiit then- would be an awml hns anv roast coming tu the council would IK? a good if It Jiad The than 210 women corpoiaiion laboieis on the jolj. lie somo hoiise-hokkis aie holding cti I'm ted States post- oflicc as starved, out to hunt Scott, to j( L letU-i c.unois, and nea.lyJ.QOO get him to straighten, it up people would hv.t v. to icnt house ior twenty dollais a" month or "n he could get it fou twen ty-hve the hoiibc is worth the is qiicstiotinble. but us'to'whether hc-.huss" Far-Seeing People Pioneer Coal IS THE MARKET v A11 Orders Strictly Attendtnl to' t f Cash Paid on Delivery MSMGFT Prop. to know of it. Scott hiked oil to set- bvit founrJ that it nacl not blown down but was onl> about a loot moie or out o I mo. Just now it looks as if H needed a lope to stnj it 'Ihc-catpoiiters will now have thij cill on the emu t.iipenteis and on the cu con-iidenxl tliat if tlie wlxicjl act usssubstitutes. )c- "The German tenipicss, dining a M- sit not long since to a pottery, iicintr a hue mo lei of a dog's head, was informed that it was the work oi a little son oi-one of the Soon after waid Jlei Majesty" sent foi the. .iiid, promising that 'lie is not'too busy he might as miii t should propeih To hold up a peison to pay well take a .it'aupcnteiinjr. ,fivc riollaib lar a lvorth not moie tlnvn twentj is> a moial if not legal mine A condition of alTaiis jiu art school at hei own thofte wHbtalce go6d care of their leyesi-rht, and, whtn they feel their vision becoming slightly weak, come to us for advice and Glasses. WP know everything there is to know {about the human eye in its relation jsiuuui me numan eye in its reiatior It .seems that if the Ralepajeis As- thai will allow Mich a bloocl-suckei A "oman well known ior her Iove to Classes and our experience in fit r} li i_ _ ._! _. Y did not have Dad's soiijtollo pet m his work is ileplouibte and OI amateur photography, uell as carnal out the plan of lht-' by taking a them The jestilt is m loom wheie a irie7e of pho- enteitaiiTc new visitor that the room shelters'. talk about and tu 'get hinth from j is one that demands that the gray has, evr-i since her mar- they would in a sail way foi some'matter of light-thinkinir men should thins? to talk '.about 1 been get busy to find some solution foi walknigr in fu.u anil trembling the ptoblem. It is against SllJlPsnoL cause of too friendly inter-1 the interests of ihe city to have peo- that J am to wjth leaving us every day, as they are, is jn the making an oi the institution simply localise theie are no int-eiest-'ng collection, and one that think that the association should be to lent 01 that those aie to grateuil to me. for if it were not for rent aie placed beyond thmr i each In what I tell thorn they would an exoihitam been .strapped lot something to Uilk_ about tolling Dad that it would be .1 ircod The mother of'a i-etent bi ide dc- Judgmg nom the report on'scheme for the "council to grant a tei mined to substitute something less Thursday there was nothing rfiscuss- full oi partial exemption of taxes to: annoxing than Vhe customary rice ed except upon what J had alie.xdy n certain term oi to the man wlu-iewith' the bride's fi umcls nmght them a -stait. lint that's all '-5-ho would eiect houses suitable tof their good wi.shes right, nobody h.ts a kick from thisjiental for a certain number of yea is asked tha florist to v.fVe'h'er tho end Hut If this is qo- agreeing not to charge a rental IHJtuls ol all hi's left "over She ing to fulfil the purposes for whicli a certain poiicntagc of Bought and pretty little it is started and which it must pet-iCost of election. It would pay the (baskets, and, alter xhc form to b. uspful it will have to cutjcity to take this little piece of friend {banded these. fmed with lose petals', off thLs lambasting everyjiy as the miHicct revenue nom to the who had quite on.- who does not happen to see having an increased population would much fun through the same specs as Iney do.'moie than comiiensate for am Sflcit- fr.iermnt tin? the right lenses individ- ual sights has largely led to our phe- noirienal success. So have moderate prices. W. J. Armstrong Jeweller and. Coal, Ice and t DftAYING I J Western Transfer Co. J LOKGBROS.Proprietors Office opposite Balinonil TELEPHONE 63 SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- j WEST HOMESTEAD REGU- I Any even numberea seetioii of Do- minion hinds ,in -Manitoba, Saskatch- ewan and Alberta, excepting 8 and not reserved, may be homestead- c-cl by any person who is the sole head of a or any male over 18 ynars of age, to the of ouequaitei section of ICO acres "niore or less. 1 foi entry must be made in person by the applicant at a Do- Lands Agency or Sub- ior.the district m wliich tlie land is fcituate Entiy by may, how- ever be made at an Agency on certain conditions by the fathei, mothfi, bon, daughter, brotlier or slater of an in- tending homesteader. 1 The homesteader 1b requiied to per- form the homestead dutie- under one of the lollowing plaiii-: (i) At, least six inonths' residence upon and cultivation of the land in each year for three j A may, if he so desires, perform tlie required resi- dence duties by living on farmmj; land owned solely by him. not less than eighty (80) in extent, ni tlie vic.nity of his. homestead. Joint NURSING Those de-suing 'tho, services of nuise, call at Mrs G. Tor- rence avenue, Xouh Ward. 10G WANTED Two men wanted as Will pay good Herald Office. Apply BOARD i AND- ROOM Furnished with- boaid, pel comforts, ai's'o day- boaideia wanted, at E Adam'sv ma by Mi-. Talbeit. 103 SI RAYED old one a son el, a gicy, not btandc-d. They atiayedL >n to iny two Owner can same piovmg; piopoity and p lying expenses. L at Ih. Hitt kins' faim S mil southeast of or address, oi Letbbudge postoflice. 103 DRAYING All kinds DRAYING. 'promptly attended to. COAL delivered to any part of the city for 85 per ton Phone ISO HAYRTRANSFERCo ownership of land will not meet this requirement. (3) If the father (or mother, if tlie father U deceased) of a homesteader ;has permanent residence on farming land owned solely by him, not than eighty (80) acres in extent, in the vicinity of the homestead, or up- on a homestead entered for by him in the v'cinity, such homesteader may perform his own residence duties by living with the father (or The Loid son has nothing against the except- that its membcis often talk like a lot of kfds who think tfiey know more than Their dads. All they need is about and a more romantic time with them than fice the city w-puld make It as a rice hanged shame the way renters are being held up by some landlords and; "Cjnirs and philosophers held the council should do .something to the vain woman up to ridicule and j scorn, but woman who to .'face the world and expects "hei1 fair [sh.uc of its ndmiiation. must nllow- relieve the situation. A man who had cash in the bank, but "bought goods on credit just for convenience sake." tried the CASH PLAN He soon discovered that hdnl was a much botter buyer than evon his hiarh financial rating. He is now a steady customer of The Tin-pin Furniture Co. _ r. 1_ because to get the best resulta from cash hnyinc he found it necessary to trade at a ttore where he doesn't have to pay his neighbors' debts. her natural to appeal to a writer. "When it is that the modern woman is entirely free from the.. weakness of we Canadian 'Pacific :Railway Eastern Holiday Excursions Tickets on sale Apri! 16th lo 20th in- clu'sive good for return til! April 21st at rate "of FARE AN D ONE THIRD For the Round Trip For complete information'relative to these rates also as to rates for teach- ers and pupils appiv to any C. P. Ry. agent "or-write H. W. Brodie, A. G. P. A., J. E.rProctorf D.'P.. Calgary. C. E. McPherson, G. P. A. Winnipeg Ring Up 108 When you wiiut PRAYING Done promptly and satisfactorily i JOHN BRODIE 4 The term "vicinity" in the two preceeding paragraphs is defined as meaning not more than nine miles in a direct'hue. exclusive of the width of road allowances crossed in measurement. (5) A' homesteader intending to perfo'rm his residence duties in ac- cordance with the above while living with parents or on farming land own- ed by himself must notify'the Agent for the district of such intention. Six months' notice in writing must be.given .to Xhe Commissioner of Do- minion Lands at Ottawa, of intention to apply for patent. W. CORY, Deputy of the Minister of the Interior. SOLE AGENTS FOR BUCK'S Ranges. Second to None.'. Call and See their Stock H'AYR T Svccctsors to G. L. T j Tte Nkrta RaHvaj aid Irrigation CMpany Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THE MARKET Wi m if tte iii FROM EACH Also a, few Acre Lots East of Westminster Road, each TERMS EASY One-tliml casli, months, balance 12 months. Interest 6 jwr annum b (M IcttMlp, Id, Don't Forget J. F. RODGERS and S. BORRUP ARE IN' THE DRAYING QWTUCTDIG BUSINESS Nothing too big Phone Nothing too small 159 publication of this advertisement will not be paid for. LOST- _ __, _ _ I'aii of eye glasses witra- ham attached Tindei please return' o Mios Hose Jiiaaet, c-o H B Co_' 108 G.- WANTED- DUCK foi incubator. State-- )rice Coombs, Tubei, Alta. STRAYED, 3 WORK HOUSES came to 34-lftj 20 Two art' '-orreK, one a bay. Alt'; ire branded "circle D" on left shouU der. Owner apply F. Lethbritlge, or on the premises. WANTED Girl to do general housewoik. ilylst door north of Enterprise Lum- ber Co., Round St 105 FOR SALE 1 500 Shares Roj al Collieries LtdJ Fully paid and non-assessable at each. Must sell quick. Apply BOJCT 186, Lethbridge. WANTED DISHWASHER at once. Apply at" the Dallas, Hotel. 107-Q-'' STRAYED From Taber last fall 2 old one white and one sorrel, both hair- branded 7 left shoulder. reward for return to-Taber or will pay for; information. 107-6 JOHN WALTON, Union Hotel, Mr. Billie Sharratt Ventriloquist and Mimic At liberty for Smoking Concerts, Parties, etc. Ventriloquism taught TC'MriErDC US 7T SEAT.ETl TENDERS will be re- reived by the undersigned until 5 clocfc Satunlny, April 25th, for the erection of n church building for Knox Preshytcrinn congregation, Lcthhridgc, Alta. Separate tenrlers Ixi received for the Heating anc5 Plumbing. The lowest or any tender not neces- sarily accepted. A marked cheque ior 5 per cent, on tUft. amount of "cixcn tender must accompany the tender Oheqtic to. be made payable to E. U. Board of ment nnrt to IKS forfeited if the Con- tractor fails to enter into a satis- factory contract. Plans and specifications on view at 21 and 22 Southard Building. "J A MRS A. MACDOXAL.D. Architect.' SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING REG ULATIONS Coal mining rights "ol tne Dominion in Alberta the Yukon Territory, the Nbrth-Wes Territories and British Colurrroia, ma: be leased for a term of tWenty-om years at an annual rental of an acre. Not more than acres wil be leased to one applicant. Application for a lease must be made to the Agent or Sub-Agent of the district in which the rights ap- plied for are situated. In surveyed territory the laud must be.-described by sections, or le- gal subdivisions of sections, and in unsurveyed territory the tract appli- ed for shall be staked out. Each application must be accom- panied by a fee of v.-hich will be refunded if the rights applied for art not available but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the mer- chantable output of the mine at the Every Kssee- of coal mining rights which are not being operated shall furnish the district Agent of Domin- ion Lands with a sworn statement to that effect at least once in each year. The lease will include the coal mining rights only, but the lesee may be permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may be con- sidered necessary for the working of the mine at'the rate of an acre.' For full information application shoti'd be made to the Secretary of the Department of the Interior, Ot- tawa, or any Agent or Sub-Agent of Dominion Lands. W. W. CORY, Deputy Minister of the Interior. publication of this "paid STRAYED From between Belly" River and Bottom, one reel or blue roan; 6 years old, branded; C on- left' shoulder, also one bay-broun, or- buckskin mare 3 years old, braded the same as above When last seen the G old mare had a colt run- ning with her, unbrand-id. will be paid for their delivery to Wm. Taylor, 1231 Bompa> St., Lethbridge. 106-7-S-9-10-I2-I4J WANTED rent, a three or four room- ed house, reasonably'dose to the bus- part of the city. Apply Box M.. HcrUl WANTED wircim-e. at once on crop" pay- ments. 640 acres of wild land." Must" Iw of good quality and" reaa'onablj- clo--e to town None but owners- apply. Address- Box- 387, Leth- bridge, 109-G- WANTED Experienced gardener for mental Farm. Apply W.-H. Supt. 103-S: FOR SALE 25 lions 1 year old, each.- 107-2: Eden Rest Poultry Farm.' TO RENT 6 Roomed Cottnco. centrally locat? ed, electric light and water. Apply? on the premises, cor. Ford -rind Cuk on Saturday afternoon. 108-2' WANTED TO BUY An incubator and brooder, state size and price, also heavy set single harness. Apply Box D., Herald Of- }09-r POSITION WANTED Position -wanted by assistant drug- gist. Best of rotcrcnce.-? and can coma at once. Address "C" in care of Herald. ;