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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 5, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta L E T H B R I D G i A LTA. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 5 1908. I for Summer Showers You will find a Sanford Raincoat all the pro- tection necessary. They are light and dt essy. Length, 52 inches, and made semi-form or loose fitting, and in plain or striped patterns FOR A SANFORD RAINCOAT Pythias Meet Color, Flavor, Fragrance an> the strong points of W. SANFORD HAMILTON, ONT. MANUFACTURING CO. Limited WINNIPEG, MAS. vcro uiiiertaiued at dinner und given a smoker before leaving for home. In expressing sympathy with the uany sufferers in. tho Fernie disaster, :he Herald's 'correspondent la voit- iug the sentiments of every resident of J'iucher Creek. Our town is not behind any of tho other places in the West in its desiro to express its feeling in u tangible form. Center- day, Mayor Scott wired Fernie stat- ing that Piucher Creek was anxious Lo reader assistance and asking in what form it would be most arcept- ible., As soou as a reply is received a special meeting of the couucil will bft called and assistance rendered' ac- cording to the wishes of 1'ernie. The wild rumors Hying around ou Sunday regarding the heavy -jl life at Feruie caused much apprehen- sion to be felt by those who had re- latives living in the stricken town. S. Thornley's husband, sister, Weed Inspector Geo. has son ami daughter, been onxa trip of inspection among 'tun, were in Fenilu ijul came cut Pincher Creek Pincher Creek, Aug. Jones who is in the employ of the 41 Heat Market, was unfortunate enough to lose the top of the right hand fore- finger on Saturday while working among machinery. Mr. Hays recently arrived from Cal gary and has accepted a position as tailor under Iliseocks HaHliel. A poio four, composed of Messrs. I'lunkett, ShouiU, Kemmis and L.ur- mour, went out to Stavul-ott today to play a team from that place Messrs. Smart and Wallace art at work on a new house for Mr. Tbos. iloant, Jr. It is an encouraging sign to see our youug men making such business like moves. Mr. D. Thomson has gone-out to Kelly's camp to spend a week, or so iioston, Muss., Aug. 25th convention of thi? Supr-.-me lodge ana tin; biennial rncampmeut of the Un- iform '.'i OK- Knights of Py. thiaiiK, with tho International con- vention of the Pythian sisters, were formally in Ik'stor- with an of d'.'l. gates und The Pythiuus, will hold business sessions and enjoy trips around thu city for sis days, dosing noxt Sunday with religious mass meeting. Tlie moat interesting feature of the gathering proifyd to tin; eucttmpineiit of the uniform rank which formally dedicated Camp Joseph H. Lyon, at Franklyn Fild. i Over iu.uuu twits accommodate the I Knights on Huston's most expansive playground and here the chief fea. i tures of the first day'.s programme! 15upF @SM ISOIUTEIYPURE cMAMUfAWREBCNTHE GARDES IN INDIA. Daily Herald Market ni When you hive inythhig to sell or to rest place it ifl this column, if you wiat auytbiftf use this coluni. 25c one insertion 6 insertions for Si I! SCAVENGING Any pt-r-son dt-siring a scavenger wa on or closets cleaued can have .same- done by leaving orders with D. P. Mee. c-o Police Station. 74-0 SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING REG ULAT10NS Coal mining rights oi tlie Dominion iu Manitoba, {Saskatchewan, Alberta, Yukon. Terrik-ry, tm; and British Coluuroia, may be leased for a term of twenty-one years at HU annual rental of an ;icrc. Net ibtia ucres wiU be leased to one applicant. Application for a. lease must be made to the Agent or Sub-Agent c{ district in which the an- RAM LAL'S PURE TEA It's It COLOR, fresh FRAGRANCE ami DE-' LICIQUS IfLAVOK have made it hosts of friends. Are YOIT one yet? WANTED Wanted by young lady, position of nlied tru.st, saleswoman, could manage small business, utc. W.'D., Box i38i, Letlibridge. 194 6 -i._ Taber IT IS PURE! T tho crops of this district. His re- port is u. most encouraging one as he found the grain practically weeds. liev. H. 13. Finlay, tho pastor -d for shall be staked out. Each application must be accom- panied by a fee of which will refunded if the rights applied for are not available but not otherwise. A royalty bhall be paid on the mer- chantable output of the xfiiue at the rate of live cents per ron. Every 1 -ssee of coal mining righU which are being iterated shall furnish the district Agent o{ 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, bui the lesee may be permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may he con- sidered necessary for the working oi mine at the rate of S10 an acre. For full information application be made to the Secretary of ihe Department cf the Interior, Ot awa, or any Agent or Sub-Agent of Dominion Lands. FOR SALE One now riinge, one b.dro'tm Kft of drawers, one hod., cheap. J. j W. Parkinson, 310 Smith St. 97 G' W. CORY, Deputy Minister of the Interior publication oi Mils advertisement will not be paid was realized by' personal subscrvp-j ful events of its kind that has.occurr _ led.for some time... The weather was Miss Gussic Gardner of Maelcod, is visiting Mrs. P. Bertles. excellent and the attendance, conse- quently, large. The sale opened at 3 iliss ilary iiuchari has accepted, a j O'cjock in tlie afternoon and the lad- position in Upton's_ tailor shop. Another sporting aggregation from ies in charge of the various stalls, together with many assistants wire Macleod suffered defeat from busy' displaying their wares Creek- yesterday, when eleven repre- sentatives of the eastern town's crick et club came up to try conclusions with the local willow wielders. The defeat was a bad one being by no the many who came to nn I to buy. The place res i den cc; of Mrs. D. ably one of the most Kuit.Vi-lc -m town, having .a spacious lawn, and than that of--an iimuigs and 2-t trees which served to provide It must be admitted in extc-ri- both shade in the afternoon.and cool nation of the visitors, t.hev had not a very strong team to sequestered nooks for the evening when ice-cream and other light re- -represent, them. The game took 1 freshments were being provided. As place, ut the Athletic Grounds, start-j the shades, of night commenced to ing at 2 o'clock. The home teamt fall, the lawn was lit up with nuta- won the toss and Mr. Hiscocks, the j erous Chinese lanterns which were captain, elected to bat first, sending Sargeant and Baillie to face the bowling of Heap and Me Lane. These two batsmen soon succumbed as also did the couple who followed them. With four wickets gone for nine runs, things looked bad for the home team but, the nrnval of Inspector Belcher, the fifth batsman, put a diflerent complexion on matters. The Inspect or started to hit out at once and strung among the trees, presenting a very pretty effect. About this time an excellent musical programme was commenced. Mr. W. A. lloss made a very efficient chairman of the pro- ceedings, and the- hearty applause which greeted the various contribut- ors showed the appreciation of the audience. Among those Who assisted with the entertainment were the fol- solos, Miss Crussie soon had double figures to his credit Gardiner; vocal quartette. Misses J. on the score book. Shortly after he-Doblne, Gussje Gardiner. .Jennie and was joined by Cnpt. Hiscocks and Ethel McCrao; vocal solos. Sir. R. the two made a most determined Henderson, Mr. Hartley and the veil- stand. uitming the score close to known local entertainer, -Mr. W. Mc- figures before lielchur was out alter hitting up a well- played 37. C. Jackson also reached double figures, making nineteen. Captain Hiscncks carried out his bat with the Iitgb score of the to his credit. Tlie total on the innings was.142. their first aUernpt only Kenzie. Mrs. Taysum n ml .Miss Hurl ley were accompanists. An address was delivered during the evening by Mr. Jno. Herron. M.P. The Citizens Band also assisted considerably by rendering selections. A vote of thanks to Mr and Mrs. Bertles. the Macleod in' chairman, the bund and all others made 67.1 who helped, was moved by Mr. W. progress today before S. J. Lay ton, r r The season of the year is approach- it is at tho cur dog is a numerous and ever in- creasing quantity. Why the cur dog was ever invented no one seems to know, save that perhaps it be for the purpose of keeping the cat pop- ulation down to a normal basis and vigilance. The. .cur dpg has in him tho elements that are found iu every dog, be he cur or high bred, well-kennelled or a tramp. He pos- i sesses a degree of loyalty at times I passing tho understanding, but as a rule, the cur dog is a nuisance, and j being a nuisance, must bo abated. Complaints are numerous here in Ta- i ber that the dogs that roam in the i streets constitute a peril and a men-j ace to traffic, especially if that traf- j lie be afoot or mouutedou a bicycle, j Onlr a few days ago a small boy, Wilford Berry, living his par- crts ;jt Tu.Jjtjr mine, was of a mouthful of ilcsh from his arm by a vicious cur, whereupon the boy's father .promptly and without or forethought, annihilated the un licensed mongrel. Tt is an undispst.- able fact that these disgusting hy- brids are entirely too .numerous, too hold, and too vicious. ThiTlaw says Unit every dog shall wear a brays tag in token of the fuct that his muster thinks enough of him to. treat him white. Is tlie place to get a good Square Meal. Everything and clean. flli Coaldnlo Block.. Short Orders at all Hours FOR SALE The contents of a good boarding house for sale, close in. Apply to Box 8, Herald Office. 97.G ROOMS TO RENT Rooms to rent. Apply corner of Glvn and Ford. 197.G This Week's Snaps Solid Dak Sideboard 'Hew S85 Range 50 ..Other Ranges fan 15 Handsome'Ottfinian lounge- II z B Sewing MsGhiBe recently MB 21 JjtOR Q 410 ROUND STREET -pELt-PHONEI 261 When yon want a GOOD MEAL and want it in a hu3ry go the Alberta Resilient Fresh Fruit Oliver Block Phone-228 FOR EXCHANGE Would exchange some good lots in j the city of Winnipeg as part payment I a house in this city or a few jacr.s close in. Apply to W. L. Wil- son, corner Glyn and Ford Sts. 97-G !r 4 T> J (two SI. TO LET rjre furnished room, suitable lor gentli-m-11. Apply 1243 193-6 WANTED Urickwork, by or job. Notice i-rs' ovtmi; H specialty. Address P. 0. Box 10G, Lt-tlibridge. ii Money Clarke's 18 lining the best individual "A. Fniser and seconded by Mr. "R. effort. They at once followed on but i Henderson. A few remarks hy the only sviccecdud in getting Baker i pastor. Rev. W. Atchison brought making 13 and Fowler 12. their to-j tho affair to a closo. t.al for tho txvo innings thus lieinR1 considerably their opponents' i total for one. Belcher, Bowker and j i I'almer did bowling for ['iiicherj Crtt-k. E. t1. Fowler and Mr. MV- were umpires. The. visitors TECUWSEHS WON .Torrtnto. Aug. a lacrosse match for championship of To- ronto city Ihe score was: Tecnnist'lis Great Sacrifice Sale of Hoose furnishings We have to raise SfiOT.O the of August, nnd ;irr sncriticinsj our splendidly assorted new stock. 20 percent, discount on Carpet Squares Hays. OurtaiiiB and Draperies: 15 por cent discount on Furniture, Linoleums and Pic.turcs. It's certainly liinf? to liny in these lines, especially when yon consider that every article in this store is worth 100 cents in the dollar. Don't procrastinate. Buy today. The Turpift Furniture Co. THE OLD Slim WC THESTIIIMTUMl Doring thft Summer Months are Subject to Sudden Attacks of Bowel DisturV u Diarrhoea, Dysentery, Colic, Pmin in the Stomach and Sum- jmer Complaint, and Children get Cholera Infantitm and Cholera Mor- bus. DR. FOWLER'S EXTRACT OF WILD STRAWBERRY is a perfect specific for all bowel com- plaints. It has been in use in thousands of families for the ptot sixty-three years we have yet to hear a complaint of it not giving perfect satisfaction- Do not let an unscrupulous druggist talk you into buying a cheap substitute. Insist on getting Diu FOWLER'S. Price 35 cents. Manufactured by The T. Mflbum Co., Limited, Toronto, Ont. Mrs. C. W. Brown, Grand Harbor. N.B.. writes I consider DR. Fowi-r- ER'S EXTRACT or WILD STRAWBERRY to be the best remedy for Summer Cora- plaint, as it cured me of a very bad ca'se. I can recommend it highly to any one. Earn Yo'cir Holidays Rustle up all the clean cotton 7 ags the house and bring them to the aid Office and get 5c. 'per Ib. TJVKRY BARN TO EXCHANGE FOR Livery b.irn on Rccina-Prince Al- brjrt, brr'ich of C. N. Flv. with, room IGO head u, of {1700 population, jrc.od .school-- couii- lltryrwi'll settled. Will take -lock for [part or full payment. For partieu- llnrs see FORD TYLER Lethbridge Hotel, Lcthbridge, FOR SALE 3up cabint-t grand piano, almost new; one iuuivd oak library tabl ono quarter sawed oak sidrboan o Whi-lcr and Wilson sowing ma- chine; and other H.H. Gooils. C.C Green, Bompas St. 195-r SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST HOMESTEAD REGU- LAT10NS Any even numbered section of Do minion lands in Manitoba, Saskatch- ewan und Alberta, excepting 8 and 26, not reserved, may be homestead- d by any person who is the sole head f a family, or any male over 18 years I age, to the extent of one-quarter -.cctioii of ICO acres "or less. Application for eniry must be made n person by the applicant at a Do- minion Lands Agency or Sub-Agency tor ihe district in which the land is situate. Entry by proxy may, how ever be made at an Agency on certain conditions by' the father, mother, son, daughter, brother or sister 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 upon and cultivation of the land in each year for three years. (2) A homesteader may, if he so desires, perform the required resi- dence duties by living on farming laud owned solely by him, not, than dghty (SO) acies in extent, ia the vicinity of his homestead. Joiit NOTICE All our acounts being handed ovi-r to a solicitor. If you wish to avoid paying collection charges call j ownership of land will not meet this at once ami Nolnon Fraser. 1st UVst t John ruquireaient. (3) If the father (or mother, if the lather is deceased) of a homesteader has permanent residence on farming WANTED Class fiijriiit-rr to run North i-ntriin- plowitijr and thivshinp. j land owned solely by "him, not lesa W. R- BROWN House paintor, r hanger, wood finisher, etc: Painting a Phone 124 52 Argylo Box Li-thbrid WANTED purchase for cash, sec- ThE.lerta Railway BRI) Irrigation Company Is now, offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THE MARKET lots Hortii ei the total and Wnt af Westminster M. FROM Second hand MoOrmick roapcr and perfoim his residence duties in ,ac Wanted tr ond hand and household fur- nit tin-. Rrpn-.-jc-ntativc will call and inspect any poods you may for disposal. Tol: phone 261. Wadding- i ton Gibbon, west Herald 410 Round St. 09.6 FOR SALE than eighty (30) acres' in extent, in the vicinity of the homestead, or up- on a homestead entered for by him in the v.cinity, homesteader perform his own residence duties by living with t.he father (or The term "vicinity" in the two proceeding paragraphs is defined aa meaning not more than nine miles in a direct line, exclusive of the width of road allowances crossed in the measurement. (5) A homesteader intending to bindi-r, lu.r- McConnick mowor. Dwnnp eordance with the above wMle living EACH- pair wood.-n harrows, also j parents or on farming land own- ranc.'S. cots. by himself must notify the Agent 1 for tiie district of such intention.- Six months' not-ce in writing must lie given to the Commissioner of Do- minion Lands at Ottawa, of intentios apply for patent. tables, books, sewng ma.' chino etc. Can be soon at the sec. ,nd lu.ml store. 410 Round St. Wad. dinpton Gibbon. Phom- 261. West H.-rald Also a few Acre Lots East of Westminster', Road, each TERMS EASY Interest 0 One liiiril one-tliinl months, 12 inonllss. oTit. por aiumin FOR RENT I St., al Sk-itb and Tilli'y. 100.O FOR SALE A in this city pun-haM'd for d-rrs not rripuiv larco capitjil t" inn. Full information tri thos ni'-an biihint ss. Apply to K. "1. MoGnc'.r. P. l.look or Box 337. W. W. Deputy of the''Minister of the Interior. N.H.-Unauthorized publication ot s.lri.- mivt-rlibcnvnt will not be paid fur L. M. OOHNSTONE Barrister and Solicitor Office ndjmnirtF Union Bank. 23-lyr Hibspta Railiray 2nd irrigaijou Co. (land Alta. LOST cow. abou 1v. spot on shoulder. lit-ward j It for in forma; ion citln-r at Poluv i n or io A. K. Humphries. EXCELLENCE in Fine ffork is Onr Motto ANOTHER A P FINE HALF SECTION BETWEEN STIRLING AND NEW DAYTON, PER ACRE. YOU can't get anything near for less than to Bros. Ott Block Lethbridge ;