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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 6, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta .LKTM'BKl'Dai, THURSDAY, A U O U 9T I, I 101, PAHE Pnife Exceed With 90 Branches from Fort William to Vancouver, the Union Bauk of Canada covers t "M e s t mote thoroughly than does any .other Bank., Every modern Banking facility offered to.Farmers, Ranchers, Grain and Cattle Dealers and Merchants. Collections Money transmitted to any part of the world. v- Savings Department established at every Branch. starts an account Interest at highest current rate paid quarterly j. R. Cardston RECORD OF THE INDOMITABLE Made a Fast Trip from to England Cowes; Aug. Indomitable, which brought the Priuce of Wales from Quebec, during four hours in the early part ot thw voyage made 2C.5 knots an hour. Although for the two thousand miles from land to land beat the record of ihe Cunurd line ships the vessel was not stripped to enhance her racing ers, but carried her heavy guns, her magazines ammunition and all the of active service The longest day's run was 005 knots The engineers consider the feat o the Indomiiiable a splendid trihut to the Par-sons Turbine. The Indom itabb passed more than fifty iceberg but encountered little fog ullei luaV ing BeJie Isle. No hitch occurred j from the start to the finish of the j Color, Flavor, Fragrance are the strong points of Daily Herald Nariut Race Wkw you hive aiytBMf to idl or ta real M this If yea wast MM tkii 25e MM incrtwa 6 huertfou for Cardston, Aug. credit is due the ladies of the Primary Asso- ciation Stake Board for the interest. ing and Sst_i Tanner, urday last at their convention. The first session at 10.30 a.m., was occupied by the officers in consider, ing the topics most necessary for the progress of this work. stress was laid upon careful preparation of. the class work in the officers' meet- ings and how best-to' increase the av- erage attendanceNjf the children as well as that of the officers themselves. There a good representation from all the wards in ihe vicinity. Taylorville being the only one not on hand. From 12 to 2 o'clock luncheon was served by the Stake officers, Mrs. J W. Woolf, Mrs. Wm. Biglow and Mrs Carlson, aided ---by the menu ,bers of the -Board, in the Assembly Hall The cordial invitation by special letter and public announcement was evidently appreciated by the Ward were all represent- Dailies last, evening, a large" 'party oi guosts enjoyed--themselves until 'midnight with their hosts, Mr; and j voyage. Prince of Wales took RAM LAL'S PURE TEA rt'a RfGH-jpLRAPi COLOIt, fresh FRAGRANCE ami DE- LICIOUS FLAYOU have made it hosts of friends. Are YOU one yet? SCAVENGING Any person desiring a scavenger waggon or closets cleaucd can have same done by leaving prders with E. P. Mee, c-o Police Station. 74-0 SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING REG ULATIQNS Coal mining of the Domiuiou iu Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the North-West Territories and British Coluurma, may be lea's for a term of twenty-one j ears at AD annual rental of 41 Not QjGIt} tuSa acres will be leased to one applicant. Application for a lease must be made to the Agent or Sub-Agent oi [the district in which the ap- STRAYED Found running with my horses, Mrs Homer Woolf, who gave a wed- ding reception in honor of their daughter, now Mrs. j. Sidney The bride and groom returned yes. terday from a month's tour of the States, being married in the Salt Lake Temple. Tlie news of their coming only ar- rived by phone the day before as the mail failed to reach here as ex- pected, and while some haste was occasioned in the preparation, enjoyment of the one hundred more guests was none tlie less gen. the keenest interest in the'_ speed trial. The sped throughout the voyage averaged 21 1-2 IT IS PURE! the or uine The many presents .from tiends here and in the south show the esteem in which they are held. Mrs. Tanner has been upon the north to Taylorville south and from Woolford east to Caldwell west; Messrs. Hosmer Woolf, J. T. Brown and -Willard Sorensbu of the High Council, as well Presidents Wood and Duce were also on hand. At the 2 p.m. session- there was a very good attendance. Mrs. J. W Woolf, Stake Superintendent, report. ed the fifteen associations now ii this stake a .flourishing con- dition, and this report will be taken in person to the General Superin Cardston school staff for a year past and has a wide circle of frinds and here. The groom is not so well known having located upon the lochrane Ranch lands last year. His lome towniis.Payson, Utah, .and ther he is well and favorably known. Con- gratulations and best wishes for the young couple in their journey through life are extnded by all of Cardston's citizns. Brief Mention By special wire from the chie: weed" inspc'tor, Mp-. 0. E. Bates, enjoining upon CarcLsio's citizens the need for destroying the sundry patches of noxious weeds that infest the town. The grain buying firms are not for getting Cardston these days. Mr. W. A. Ireland gave us a call yesterday knots an exceeding the best pre- vious warship record of 19 knots made by the battleship Drake, which car. rif-d Prince Louis of Battenburg to and from America in 1905, JAUNT OF AIRSHIP Made Quite a Trip Through Ger- many, Germany, Aug. weather was excellent this morning when at G.30 Count Zephlin's great airship, emerged from the shining dock at Freiderishshaven. The ai r. ship emerged from the dock and im- mediately ascended about a huiidrec feet above the water of the lake and after describing one magnificent cir- cle over the lake proceeded in a bee line for this city, arriving here a ti.55 o'clock. The shipk continued on its way anc within one hour had covered 45 kil Rim Tea is sold only in LetKbrtdge by THE BENTLEY CO. LTD. one sorrel gelding about si.x years old, branded on left thigh. Owner can have same by proving and paying .expenses. Lethbridge, Alta. E. A. S. Whitney, 195 6 plied for are situated. In surveyed territory uy the land THE BEEFUDRINKING NATIONS ARE HEALTHIEST There's a in that act. Malt, hops and barley are nerve and tissue foods and tonics of the system. The slight percentage alcohol in good beer is an aid to digestion." Our ometres and was over Schaffhausen. js pure and tendency of Primary Assocation by; in the interests of the W. S. Mc_ Mrs. Zine Board. Y. Uarci, of the General "The Value-of Environment in the Xaughlin Co., of Winnipeg. All the competition possible is welcomed by the farmers of this district when Spiritual of the. Child" it comes to grain buying. From this point it continued along the Rhine to Basel.''Count Zephelin's plan is to continue to Mayence along the Rhine and from there return to Metz, cross over to Sctgiirt and re- turn u the weather continues favor- able to Freiderichshaven at 7 o'clock tornorow morning. The day and the hour when the ascent was to be made vere "kept secret until late last night nd not even the Imperial commis. ion appointed to. accompany Count Zephliin on the, voyage were present. The only, official taking part in the flight is Major Gradfritz who repre- sents the government. was a subject treated ably in a paper read by Mrs. Wm. Biglow of the Stake Supririntendency. Another timely topic was "The Value of Child Study to the Parefit and Teacher" and it was well presented' by Mrs. Brigham -F. Lamb, of the Stake Board. Pres. Ed-w. Wood paid a high trib- ute to the primary workers in his upon the, "Value 'of Primary Work in the Stake." These numbers were interspersed with some very plensing musical ef- Vera Wilcox and Lu- ella Steed in a piano duct, -Misses EitifDowdle and Ida Archibaldrand Mrs. .Montez Harris of the Stake Board in a trio and several songs bj tbe members of the Cardston asso- ciation. The instructions from the Genera Boo nj were imported very happilj bv Mrs. Zina Y Card and gav Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Rampton have returned from a the Waterton Lakes. This week Mr. Fred Burton assum- es the control of the local paper, 'The Alberta Star." He is a young man "who has shown lis competency in the news'paper ine and doubtless will receive the hearty support of the people of -the doctor will advise you to drink it. Order a case of 24 bottles now. LETHBRIDGE BREWING MALTING COMPANY, Ltd A.L. The Loth bridge public and the travelling public to know the Hub Cafe is as clean and up-to-date restaurant as there is in Alberta, and that strictly white help is employed Charges moderate ROOMS TO LET Furnished rooms with bofard, home cooking, meals 25c. at Adam's Board ng House now run by Mrs. Talbert. 196-6 WANTED A competent girl as housemaid and nurse. Good wages. Mrs. C. G. K. Nourse. 197.0 One new range, one bedroom suite.. set of drawers, one bed, cheap. J. yal subdivisions of sections, aud is unsurveyed territory tbe tract appli- ed for shall be staked out. Each application must be accom- panied by a fee of 15, which will refunded if the rights applied for are not available but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the mer- chantable output of the icine at the rate of five centa per ton. Every lessee of coal rmuing righU which are uot being operated shall furnish the district Agent of Domin- ion Lands with a sworn statement to that effect at least once in each year, include the coal but the lesee may e permitted to purchase whatever vailable surface rights may be con- idered necessary for the working ol The lease will W. Parkinson, 310 Smith St. 976 FOR SALE The contents of a good boarding house for sale, close. in. Apply to iox 8, Herald Office, 97.G The Coaldile Restaurant Is the place to get a good Square Meal." Everything new and clean. Criumta iKtiunit's Old Stud Coaldale Block, Short Orders at all Hours ROOMS TO RENT Rooms to rent. Apply corner o: lilvn and Ford. 197-G FOR EXCHANGE Would exchange some good lots ii the city of Winnipeg as part paymen on a house in this city or a acrt-s close in. Apply to W. L. Wil son, corner Glyn and Ford Sts: 97- he mine at tbe rate of an acre. For full information application hould be made to the Secretary ol he Department of the Interior, Ot- tawa, or any Agent or Sub-Agent ol Dominion Lancia. W. W. CORY, Deputy Minister of the Interior publication ,ol this advertisement will not be- pnid for. TO LET Large furnished room, suitable fcr two gentlemi-n. Apply 1248 Bompas St. 198-6 WANTED Brickwork, by piece or job. Bak. 'QF11.- Fred is strictly business and we voice the'general sentiment in wish ing him all sucess possible in hi venture. Mr.. Ralph Newby who has been! employed at the Waterton Saw Mill by Messrs Fogg Bros., came down on Saturday in response to a tele- stating that his wife had met with a serious accident in which" she was severely burned. He departed yesterday for St. Anthony, Idaho. We trust he may find conditions" better ANGLICANS AND TEMPERANCE Toronto, Aug temperance committee of the general synod of the will.recommend at the fifth annual session, which opens at Ottawa next month, that bars be uncurtained, making it il- legal for minors to enter a bar where intoxicating liquors are sold, short- ening the hours by local option and that full advantage be taken when ever practical of the adoption and enforcement of local option under the The saw mills of Stetson Cutler PtaeSO P.O. Bei 82 pfi-sent Ontario license laws. CLOUDBURST IN ARIZONA Bisbee, Arizona, Aug. A cloud- burst yesterday washed out thousands of tons of rock from the mountain side into the principal strets of Bis- Co.. at St. John. N.B.. closed last light for an indefinite period, throw- 300 men out of work. j Fly Time e- is now here We can do your odd work in Screen Doors and Windows and do it as yon want it Screen Doors Screen ,Windows Once made to fit your win- dows or doors they are good for years. bee causing damage estimated at strength and encouragement to this than he now -looks for and hope he organization which is a great factor in the right rearing: of the children of the Latter Saints. A great impetus will be given i Primary work by this convention. MILL REMOVAL Mr. J. C. Gaboon has a large force oi men at work upon the.Barker Allen mill which is boir.g removed to The Town Council has shown its willingness to aid this imyortant may return to. us to locate on the Cochrane lands as he at first con- templated. Special Edition of the Herald, with full account of the Fernie fire, was in line with the pro- gressive wide-awake policy of your paper. It was eagerly sought for by the citizens yesterday and all ex- pressed very favorable opinions of it. Another big contingent left for tlie DROWNiD AT VICTORIA B. C., Aug. in thr- sea weed while bathing, Artillery Sergt. Murray, aged 26, of Work Point Barracks, was drowned yester day. He was a sota. native of Minne Notice OAK OF PLASTER OF PAEIS Just Arrived WM. OLIVER'S PLANING MILL industry by granting all' that has Waterton Lakes yesterday, made up been asked in the way of exemption largely of the young people in the CONSTABLE COMMITTED from taxation for a term of years and stores or banks, it is now up% to the ratepayers to sustain the by-law to this effect There can be no doubt as to the re- sult for all citizens of Cardston will j Tilbury, Ont.. Aug. be glad to have the mill at a point Kimball, of Chatham, yesterday was where it can be conveniently rrnch, committed for trial on a charge o manslaughter in shooting A. J. Hen ley, whom he was attempting to ar tho home" of Mrs. Sarali B.! rttet four days ago. 1 If You Need House Furnishings then NOW is your Opportunity Until Anfcnst 13th there will be a clisconnt of 20 per cent an Bnufti65 fkud B-DgRi .Curtains and Draperies; 15 per cent cfisconnt on Furniture, Linoleums and Pic- tnres. SIX DAYS MORE. Mail orders carefully packed The Turpm Furniture Co. COMPLETE HOUSE FURNISHERS WINNIPEG MARKET Winnipeg, Man., Aug. The wheat mrket was quiet today with x very ittle demand for cash. On the Amer- cin markets the opening was weak with a slight upward trend but fell way several points towards the close Closing Cash Prices No. 1 -Hard 'No. 1 Northern l04 No. 2 Northern 101 No. 3 Northern No. 4 LIVERY BARN TO EXCHANGE FOR Livery barn on Regiua-Prince Al- bert breach of C. N. Rv. with room for 160 head horses, in live town of 700 population, gooa school, coun- try well settled. Will take stock for part or full payment. For particu- lars see FORD TYLER Lethbridge Hotel, Lethbridge. Office, Yards and Factory: Null u< mm mm .Telehone 15H ers' ovens a specialty. Address P 0. Box 106, Lethbridge. 193-6 FOR SALE -tine cabinet grand piano, almost new; one fumed oak s library- table; one quarter sawed oak sideboard one Wheler and Wilson sewing ma- chine; and other H.H. Goods. Green, 1227 Bompas St. C.C- 198-5 W. R. BROWN House painter, hanger, wood finisher, etc. Carriage Painting a Specialty Phone 124 52 Argyle No. 5 .........................861-2 No. 6 Feed 1 G91-2 Feed Oats- No. 2 Wrjite ...................421-2 No. 3 White Rejected n51 No. 3.......................... 431-2 ,No.'4 46 Flax- No. 1 N. W....................1211-2 No. 1 Man..................... 120 The Alberta Railway and Irrigation Company Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THE MARKET SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST HOMESTEAD REGU- LATIONS Any even numbered section of Do minion lands iu Manitoba, Saskatch- ewan and Alberta, excepting 8 and 26, not reserved, may be homestead- ed by any person who is the sole head of a family, or any male over 18 years of age, to the extent of one-quarter section of 160 acres or lesa. Apl'lk-ation for entry must be made in person by ihe applicant at a Do- minion Lands -Agency or Sub-Agency tor the district in which the land is situate. Entry by proxy may, how NOTICE lever be made at an Agency on certain 1ar11 conditions by the father, mother, son. All our acounts are being handed t Tr daughter, brother or sister of an in- over to a solicitor. If you wish t homesteader. avoid paying collection charges call is reqmred to per. at and settle. Nelson gruser. i the homeatead duties ander one "of the following plans: WANTED sjx months' residence 1st Class engineer to run North upQn and Of the land in West engine plowing and threshing. each year for lhree year3 (2) A homesteader may, if he so desires, perform tlie required resi- ------------------------------------------------idence duties by living on farming WANTED owned solely hy him, not lesa Wanted to purchase tor cash, sec. than eighty (80) acies in extent, in ond hand goods and household fur_ the vicinity of his homeatead. Joint :iiture. will call and ownership of land will not meet this 1 inspect any goods you may have for requirement. disposal. Telephone 261. Wadding- jf the father (or mother, if the on Gibbon, west Herald office, j5 deceased) of a homesteader 410 Round St. 99-6 has permanent residence on farming owned solely by him, not less FOR SALE than eighty (80) acres in extent, in Second hand McCormick reaper and the vicinity of the homestead, or up- binder, McCormick mower, Deering on a homestead entered foibyhimin -lorse rake, pair wooden harrows, also the such homesteader may furniture, stoves, ranges, cots, spring perform his own residence duties by mattresses tables, books, sewing ma. living with J.he father (or chine etc. Can be seen at the sec. The term "vicinity" in the two ond hand store, 410 Round St. Wad- proceeding paragraphs is defined aa diiigton Gibbon. Phone 261. West meaning not more than nine miles in Herald Office. 199-3 a direct line, exclusive of tbe width ____________________of road allowances crossed in the John MeCann, Box 595, Lethbridge. 199-0 FOR RENT 9 roomed house on Dufferin St., at a month. Skeith and Tilley. 199-0 NURSifiG MRS. C. R. GREY Trained nurse open for engagements. Can found at Mrs. W. O. Button's, Courtland Si. lots North ot tte Eailroad West of Westminster U. FROM fo EACH Also aN few Acre Lots East of Westminster Road, each measurement. (5) A homesteader intending to FOR SALE A good paying business in this city can be purchased for cash, and does not require large capital to run. Full information given to those who mean business. Apply to E. T. McGregor, P. O. Block or Box 387, LAhbridge, Alta. 99-6 LOST Large red cow, about five yenrs old, vrhite underneath body and white spot on left shcuMer. Reward for information either at City Police station or to A. E. Humphries. 99-6 perform hia residence duties in ac- cordance with the above living with parents or on fanning land own- ed by himself must notify, the Agent tor the district of such intention. Six months' notice in writing.must be given to the Commissioner ol Do- minion Lands at Ottawa, oi intention to apply for patent. W'l W. COR1, Deputy of the Minister of Interior. publication ol advertisement will not paid L. M. JOHNSTONS Barrister and Solicitor Office adjoining Uninn Bank. 33-lyr TERMS EASY Interest 6 per cent, per annum One-third casli, one-third 6 months, balance 12 months. this for. Hberti Wwf nt TENDERS WANTED TENDEES. wanted ?or tlie of the building at present occupied as n store by Mr. F. German and Mr. J. Callahan. There is pretty heavy timber in the basement. The building to be removed after the 5th j of September and ten days will be' allowed to remove it. C. BEGIN, P. O. Box 71. LOST A' bunch of fceys. Reward or re. turn of same to A. G. Nedham. 99-2 WANTED Six hens, good layers; also number of young rabbits, aid" Apply Her. 109-0 WANTED A pattern maker. Apply Lethbridge Iron Works. 99-6 Quality and low Prices Get the Business DON'T MISS THIS BARGAIN. AN ELEGANT HALF SECTION EAST OF NEW DAYTON, ONLY PER ACRE Weber Bros Ott Block Lethbridg ;