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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 7, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBMIDOft, ALTA. FRIDAY, AUQUiT 7, 1101. T1 "You may ask for a good thing and never get it But, if you don't ask, you are sure not to get it" In worth and style and satisfaction Brarid Clothing will well repay you for the slight trouble of asking for it. Sold and Guaranteed by McKELVIE McGUIRE. TABER SHOWS ITS GENEROSffi GIVES TO FERNIE RELIEF OF BURBANK DAVID Tuber, Aug. town of Tabor has givi-n. for the relief fund oi the.Fernie sufferers. Mr. li. Wright, our enterpris- ing jeweller has just set up in, his new store "u "silent salesman." It a handsome show case shipped di- rect from Ontario, Mr. Wright has also just installed an up to date jeweller's safe, fiued up with trays, guaranteed fire proof and' weighs pounds. J. Irvine, brother oi Sam Irvine, the contractor, is in town He has been working near Ferine at the lumber mills for some time. As he. was an eye witness to the holo- caust there, his story is truly a graphic one. Bob Anderson, of the Grin of Camp- bell and Anderson left, for Fernic last night over the Sou-Spokane. M.-.-S. Dr. G. W. Li-ech and children recently returned from Manitoba where they have been visiting vela. ticvtrs and friends. Mr. Hd. Wildman, contractor, has just li-ft for British Columbia. David Burbank, an honored and r, spected citizen of Tuber, died yes- terday at 3 p.m. of typhoid pneu- monia. Mr. Burbank lias been ailing for months. About five weeks ago f he was compelled to take to his bed. He grew gradually worse and the end cm no as above stated. He leaves u wife and twa children. The time of the funeral has not yet been learn- ed, but will be announced later. Mrs. W. W. Douglas and Mrs. Dr. W. H. Lang have for some time been enjoying the delightful shade he balmy air, the fragrant perfume of the many beautiful flowers of British Columbia while camping and visiting their friends during the hot season in that paradisical Eden. Their pleasure, however, quickly minated, as tlifc recent seething flames of the forest iirt rapidly ap- proached them. They with their friends iled. for safety and are now home in Taber depicting the sad- dest truths of the worst holocaust of Western Canada. NEW ELEVATOR ONA.FULL1INE Eleven in Sixty-Six Miles Give Proof of Grain Growing Resources DO NOT BE HUMBUGGED. More than ever, dishonorable and disreputable pharmatSutical concerns are flooding the market with cheap and worthless preparations designeu to be imitations of DR. FOWLER'S EXTRACT OF WILD STRAWBERRY. Some of these are even labelled "Ex- tract of Wild -'Wild Straw- berry etc., in the hope thai public may be deceived and led to purchase them, thinking they are getting the genuine DR. FOOLER'S. Are you willing to risk you-- perhaps your life, to these no.rtame, no reputatio'n, likely dangerous so inHnd Strawberry Extracts. For sixty-three years DR FOWLER'S EXTRACT OF WILD STRAWBERRY has been used in thousands of families for Diarr- hoea, Dysentery, Colic, Crimps, Summer Compliant, Cholera Moi'utis, hol-.-ra Infaiitum nnd all Bowel Complaints Do not let the or unscrupu- lous dealer humbug you into accepting one of these cheap substitutes, to the detriment of your health and gam to hu pocket. Ask for DR. FOWLER'S and insist on eing supplied -with it See that the A new elevator is being erected on the A. 11. I. Ry-, eleven miles out of town. When it is remembered that our years ago there was not an ele- utor between here and Cardston and ow there are of Leth- i pf the development if-the country to the southwest will e apparent. There are two cievat- >rs at Cardston and a tnira in ourse of erection in connection with the Cardston Milling Co., Limited, vlio have closed their contract for the doubling of the capacity of their mill and the moving of the same from the river to the station. There is one elevator at Raley, two at Spring Coulee, one at Bradshaw. two at Magrath, one at Raymond, and the one going up between Stir- ling and Lethbridge. The new ele- vator will eleven. It is only sixty-six miles from here to Card- ston and this will average an eleva- tor to every six miles. _ It is quite likely that before another season more, elevators will be erected along the line. If one wishes to note re- markable development they should take a trip out along this railway- there is no season better thati the present as the harvesters are all at work and furthermore the sugar fac- tory is in operation .refining the raw product which has just boon brought KING EDWARD WORLD'S MOST POPULAR MAN If There Were an International Vote He would Win, Declares Rich. ard Crokar (Cable to the New York 'World.') Dublin, July Richard Cro- ker will return to New York this fall Although (ftsclaiming auy intention of taking part in the coming Demo- cratic campaign, ho expressly stated that lie was in favor of iir, Bryan, hoped he would win, and thought he could do so. 'I am going back to see some of my old he gave as the ex- planation. 'I have been away four years in January and its long enough.' It was while watching a gang of men in the hayfieUr' at Glcncairn that Mr. Croker was shown the front page headline of a Dublin paper, con- taining a portrait of some smooth- shaven gentleman, labelled the Peer- less One. 'So it's said ilr. Croker. I expected it. Bryan- is a good man and the old party ought to win. But who, who's this After a lapse of "several minutes Mr. Croker continued: 'Oh, I suppose I will find a number of slraiij-o liumes' when I return, lie's from Indiana, is he. Suppose he can land the State? Yes. the Republican party has been in power too long. It's- time they were gett- ing out. ROOSEVELT AND HUGHES. Removing his pipe from his mouth, Mr. Croker said with 'What sort of have you got over there anyway? There's Roose- velt; hu's all right for writing books but you don't want that sort of man for president. lie only knows one game. He doesn't know the top and bottom, the man that shoots craps on the corner and the man that plays bridge in his club. He knows him- self and his that's all. D'you see? 'And Hughes! Say, that man ought to be in the Salvation Army! Th'at's where he belongs. When is his term up anyway? This full? How do you explain Now York standing for a man like that, Color; Flavor, Fragrance are the strong points of As MANUFACTURED OH THE CARDEMS w INDIA. Daily Herald Market Place Whei you hive uythicf to or to place it U Ibis colnna. If aiytitiH use this colwm. 25c one msertioa 6 insertions for SI ROOMS TO LET01 Furnished roonis with board, home cooking, meals 25c. at Atiarn's Board ing House now run by Mrs. Tulbert. 196-6 RAM LAL'S PURE TEA It's RrCH.CLEAK COLOR, fresh FRAGRANCE awl DE- LICIOUS FLAVOR have made it hosts of friends. Are YOU 'one yet? IT IS PURE! WANTED A competent girl an housemaid and nurse. Good wages. Mrs. C. G. K. Nourse. 197.0 FOR SALE Ram Lai's Tea is sold only m Lethbridge by THE BE NT LEY CO. LTD. 'Cut out betting! well cut out eating.- THE BEER.DR1NKING NATIONS ARE HEALTHIEST There's a strong lesson in that act. Malt, hops and 'barley ar- nerve and tissue foods and tonics of t'ne system. The slight percentage of alcohol in good beer is aid to Our is pure- and doctor will advise you to drink it. Order a case of 24 bottles now. WANTED The Lethbridge 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 One new range, one b'.droom suite, set oi drawers, one bed, cheap. J. W. Parkinson, 310 Smith St. 976 FOR SALE The contents of a good Boarding house for sale, close in. Apply to Hox 8, Herald Office. 97-G You ni'.ght as It's human na- ture to bet. All life is o. gamble. That hay out there is a gamble. You can't go to bed at night without gambling on your getting up, and you put a shirt on your back without going into a game of chance 'Why, I bet Elder Hughes gambles himself, only he does it in a different way. He. says to the bookmaker, you quit your way of making a liv- ing, but I won't quit mine. You take money on the and Itake in from Germany. A BAR.ROOM QUARREL Brantioud, Ont., Aug. Halbsn-stadt, tonenddr at- Shittal's hotel, lies probably fatally hurt as a result of an assault by Edward Hudson, of London, last night. Hud- son, who is a cripple, vic- tim a vicious blow over the head with a cane when he ait. mpted to charge him for a sandwich which he thought -shorn! be free with beer. Hudson was arrested. money on the business gamble --the biggest con. profession something else. And the people of York put a man at their head like that. I tell you, men like that nev- er ought to be let out of bed. They are one-sided frc.iks. They dru'i know, the people. They are the country down instead of up. Thi-v are taking avray our liberty and shoving back to the old laws. KING EDWARD'S POPULARITY 'Roosevelt is the same kind. Look, here, who would be elected King of the world tomorrow if there was an election for every mother's sou or. the globe? Roosevelt? Hughes? Not for a. minute. But Ed- ward. There's the most popular man in Christendom. And why'? Just because he's the sort of man I say ought to lead a big Chow Sam Co. Headquarters for Imported Silks In Meu's and Ladies1 Wear ICE CREAM Hazel wood, the very best ROOMS TO RENT Rooms to rent. Apply corner o Olvn and Ford. 197. FOR EXCHANGE Would exchange some good lots i the city of Winnipeg as part paymen on a house in this city or a fe acres close in. Apply to W. L. Wi! son, corner Glyn and Ford Sts. 97- 444444 4 4 nothing.but' the best. We buy in such a way that we can make the price snif you. McKelvie McG-tiire's Old Stand t The Coaldale Restaurant Is the place to get a good Square Meal. Every tiling new and clean. Goiumbii Ksstaurant's Ok! Stand Coaldale Blocjt. Short Orders at all Hours 44444 4 4 4 4 4 TO LE YNOPSIS OF COAL MINING REQ ULATIONS Coal mining rights o! tnc Dominion i Manitoba, Saskatchewan, AlberU, le Yukon Territory, the North-West trritorieH and British Coluuroia, may >e leased to: term of twenty-one ears at an annual rental of an ere Not more than acres e leased to one applicant. Application for a lease must be nade to the Agent or Sub-Agent oi he district in which the ap- )licd for are situated. In surveyed territory ihe land nust be described by sections, or le ;al subdivisiona o! sections, and io ._ ucsufveyed territory the tract appli :d for shall be staked out. Each application must be accom- panied by a fee of which will DP refunded if the rights applied for are not available but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the iner- hantabie output of the taine at tht rate of five cents per ion. 'Every of coal mining righU which are not being operated shall furnish the district Agent of Domin- ion Lands witli s. sworn statement ic 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 oi the mine at the rate of an acre. For full information application should be made to the Secretary of ihe Department of the Interior, Ot- WANTED Brickwork, by piece or job. Bak- ers' ovens a specialty. Address P. 0. Box 106, Lethbridge. 19S-G .Large furnished suitable forjLa'-va: or OI Sub-Agent of -n rVnmiTiifin ferula two gentlein.-n. Apply i243 Bompas St. 198.6 W. W. COR! Deputy Minister of the Interior publication of this advertisement will not be paid FOR SALE One cabinet grand piano, almost new; one fumed oak library table; one quarter sawed oak sideboard; one Wheler and Wilson sewing ma- chine; and other H.H. Goods. C.C. Green, 1227 Born pas St. WANTED 1st Class engineer to run North ftiberta Restturant For GOOD MEALS Slioi t Orders at all Honrs Prompt and Efficient Service Olivor Block Phone 228 4 West engine plowing and threshing. John McCann, Box 595, Lethbridge. 199.0 4444444444444444444444 WANTED Wanted to purchase lor cash, sec- ond hand goods and household fur- niture. Representative will call and inspect any goods you may have for disposal. Telephone 261. Wadding- ton Gibbon, west Herald office, 410 Round St. 99-6 Notice name The T. Milbum Co., Limited, Toronto, Ont., is on the wrapper. Price 35 cents. GAS AT INNERKIP Wodstock, Aup. great flow of natural gas has been struck at In_ nerkip, by the Oxford Oil and Gas Co. and in a few months the. com pany expects to supply Woodstock, fngrrsoll and London with an unlim- ited amount. f man, a broad man, a man knows the whole game and not a part of it, an nil-round gentleman who enjoys a fair game and under- stands the poor tipster in the two- ring as well as the rich man omewhere else doing the same thing. 'Xo. sir. there more freedom, actual reedorn here hero in Ireland to ay than there is in New York, ami mew- like Roosevelt, awl Hughes tire the cause of it. When asked for the exact date of us return the reply wus: 'Can't tell you now. Probably us soon as the racing is over.' AWFUL HEAT IN EAST New York, Aug. a series of several electrical storms, accom- panied by heavy rain and in some in- stances, damaging showers of hail, the heat that has withering humanity throughout the state and in the New Englaml States was broken today. Tin- storm brought great relief to this city for during the day ten deaths and more than a sco-re of prostrations were caused by the heat. If You Need House Furnishings then NOW is your Opportunity Until August loth there will be a discount of 20 per cent On ______ -------1 ------unit ixnga. FOR SALE Second hand McConnick reaper and binder, McCormick mower, Deering horse rake, pair wooden harrows, also furniture, stoves, ranges, cots, sprin mattresses tables, books, sewing ma chine etc. Can be seen at the sec- ond hand store, 410 Rcmnd St. Wad. SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST HOMESTEAD REGU- LATIONS Any even numbered aeciion oi Do tniaiou lands in Saskatch- ewan aria1 Alberta, excepting 8 and .16, not reserved, may be homestead- by auy person who is the sole head jf a family, or any male over 18 years of age, to the extent cf one-quarter section ICO acres mor1. or less. Application for entry must be made in persoji by the applicant at a Do- minion Lands Agency'or Sub-Agency tor the 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 mbnthi' residence LIVERY BARN -TO EXCHANGE FOR Livery barn on Regina-Prince Al- bert brn'ch of C. N. Rv. with room for 160 head horses, in live town of 700 population, gooa school, coun- try well settled. Will take Flock for part or full payment. For particu- lars see FORD TYLER Lethbridge Hotel, Lethbridge. dington Gibbon. Herald Office. Phone 261. West 199-3 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. IcGregor, P. O. Block or Box 337, .ethbridge, Alta. 99-6 WOODSTOCK HELPS Wudstock. Out.. An jr. city council last niphl for Bri- tish Columbia tin- >ufforers. the Ontario Accident Insurance taken over by Uu> London and Lancashire Guaran- ty- and Accident company, incorpor. at-d tlu- last session of-the Dominion Parliament. QUITE A FEAT Chicago, Aug. a resurl of a wager. Fred McLf-od. professional polfer. of the Onwentzia country club "at Lake Forest, last night made the 18 hole in S3 strokes, aided only by the dim light of a half moors. Trial Assortment i LOST Large r, d cow, about five years old. white underneath body am vhite. spot on left shoulder. Re wan for infcrmation either at City Police station or to A. E. Humphries. 99- 15 per cent discount on Furniture. Linoleums and Pic- tures. SIX DAYS MORE. Mail orders carefully packed The Turpm Furniture Co. C OMPLETE HOUSE FURNISHERS EXPLORER MEETS DEATH Oupenhapeii. Aug. R--ick_ esen. the Danish explorer met his death in the far norfh according to information just received in a tele- gram to ihe president of the Den- mark Greenland expedition. sen and two companions on June 4 to the unexpiond regions of the northeastern const of Greenland W. R. BROWN House painter, pnprr hanger, wood finisher, oto. Carriage Painting a Specialty Phone 124 52 Argyle WANTED wngons and for threshing to begin Monday, Aui Apply to J. A. White. Balinon Hotel or Robt. vArbuthnot on farm Chin Station. Bellevue Farm, Lit 201.2 pon and cultivation of the land in ach year for three years. (2) A homesteader if he so esires, perform the required resi- ence duties by living on farming and owned solely hy him, not lesa ban eighty (80) acies in extent, ia he vicinity of his homestead. Joint >wnership of land will not meet this equirsment. (3) If the father (or mother, it the athsr is deceased) of a homesteader las permanent residence on farming and owned solely by him, not less ,han eighty (80) acres in extent, in the vicinity of the homestead, or up- on a homestead entered for by him in the -ucinity, such homesteader may perform his own residence duties by living with father (or fj) The term "vicinity" in the two preceeding paragraphs is defined as 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 perform his residence duties in ac- cordance with the above living with parents or on farming land own- himself must notify the Agent district of such intention. FOR SALE Five roouK-d cottage on Burdett Si. j Apply G20 Burdett St. 201-0 j for Six months' notice in writing must given to the Commissioner oi Do- minion Lands at Ottawa, of intention SERVANT WANTED General servant wanted at onco. Apply Mrs. F. J. McKeown. 317 West-j to apply for patent, minster Road. 200.01 W. Deputy of the Minister of the Interior. WANTED Six hens, good layers; also number j of young rabbits. Apply Her. J publication aid WANTED A pattern maker. Apply Lethbridge Iron Works. 99-6 ____________ f __________ FOUND i A bunch oi keys. Owner can have sum. calling at Herald Office. 01 _O ol i 199-O advertisement will not be for. SCAVENGING Any person desiring a scavenger waggon or closets cleaned can have same done by leaving orders with I K. P. Mee, c-o Police Station. 74-O1 TENDERS WANTED TKXDKKS wanted for the purchase; oi the building at present occupied as a store by Mr. F. German and Mr. J. Cnllahan. There is pretty heavy timber in the basement. The buildinp to bo removed after the 5th of September and ten days will be allowed to remove it. G. BEGIN, P. O. Box 71. BUJE RIBBON TRIAL ASSORTMENT s 1.80.WORTH TOR Quality and low Prices Get the Business DON'T MISS THIS BARGAIN. AN ELEGANT HALF SECTION EAST OF NEW DAYTON, ONLY PER ACRE See Weber Bros. Ott Block Lethbridge ;