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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 10, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LITHiHIOOl, ALTA. MONDAY, AUGUST It, IMS Cardston I i .'.-I -ouipare favorably with other hroughout the province. PupUe in standard aro not of an age. us- CABPSTON AT THE DEPARTMEN- TAL EXAMS. The Lethbridge people certainly, cause for pride because of record of their High. School pupils. Few teachers are uioro earnest it) their work thau Principal Hamilton, and to his kind interest and the bard work put In by the candidates do we ascribe the great success of the one CaHstoa student at the Lath bridge High.. School. Mr. Phillip Shetticld .entered your school at the beginning'ofjthe January term for Standard VIII work. He is the ilrst to .take up a course of this grade at Lethbridge and we certainly feel .that he has made a creditable record. For tho last two months he had lirst standing in bis class and has also made good at the recent examina- tions at lias Dtpurtiucm, Oi tiun. la six months he have covered the ground for which most students had at least ten. We are proud of him. In the eighth standard all the candidates were successful. Their names appeared in. your columns in the despatches from Edmonton. We think, that they are worth mention- ing again. Misses Ihtry Smith, M. Vere Olson and Rose Archibald were the young ladies and Messrs. D. ,0s- born Wright, Oeo. Ear and Golden Woolf were the young gentlemen of the class. In the three years during which Standard VII work has been taken up in the Cardston School, there has ually to do tho earliest work of which older ones are capable. Taken, as a whole we feel confident hat :i any, 4choolu iu the Fro- 'ince can show a better record ai uroe years of high school work. EXCURSION FROM. UTAH There was a big crowd at the sta- tion yesterday to welcome friends and relatives from the States, wko came oil the annual August excursion In. fact there was such a throng that t was diflicult to get ut the num- bers of the visitors who arrived. Among those who came were the mothers of Mr. and Mrs, Martha Woolf, Mrs. Harriet Woolf aud Mrs. S. Hyde, Mrs. Heppier, mother of Mr. -A, M, Heppier, Heede, daughter of R. W. lieede, besides Messrs. J. M. and H. S. Tanner, Fred Turner are party who ure ex- ity. Mr. and Mrs. members of the pected up frou> Magrath today. RELIEF SOCIETY CONFERENCE This morning at 10 a. in. fine flrst meeting of the Relief Society Con- ference convenes. There will he a session at 2 p.m. also, and as Sirs. Surah J. Cannon and Mrs. James of the General Board are present, a good time is expected. These ladies ore also members of the Utah Ex- cursion to Southern Alberta points. AID FOR FERN1E SUFFERERS. On account of so many people be- it should have There was a class has been success- ing out towll at the Lakes, the nil- ball lost night, in aid of the Fernie never yet been the failure of a am- peoijie Was not so well attended as Congratulations are certainly com- ing to Mr. J. W. Low, the principal and to Miss his able assist-, ant, and who have had this work during the past year. The sixth standard for this year, tho class members being Misses Sa- rah Spence, Mattie Ellison and Mess- rs. .Jrio. Blackmore, Willie. Thorpe, Jno. Ellison and Vcrnon Coombs, has a remarkable record for its suc- have passed. With such a record for our school it wojild certainly seem a most re- trograde movement to talk of doing away with our high school work be- cause of its cost, as has been spok- en of in the town council lately. Our High Schools must serve as the feed- ers to our University and as Card- ston is the natural anil most conven- ient High School for Aetna, Taylqryille. Kimball. Butte Lake, Spring Coulee, Leavitt, Caldwoll, Mountain View, and Boundary Creek districts, ten in. all besides its own, it would seem an extremely short- neat little .sum to the good however which will go to swell the amount already had from the subscription lists throughout the town. The Mayor, Mr. Mark Spencer, has already addressed His Worship -at Fernie enquiring as to what form the means subscribed could handled cash, provisions, clothing or other merchandise. A By-law of the City of Rethbridge to raise the sum of. for the purpose of the erection and construc- tion of a STAND PIPE, the construc- tion of a FORCE purchase] of the SITE, PLANT and PROPERTY of the Lethb ridge Company, Limited, and the removal of the said plant and increasing and extending {he same and the erection and instal- lation of a SEPTIC TAKfK and to is- sue debeutures for the said sum of and to provide for the as- sessment and collection of the sum necessary to retire said debentures. NS'hereas it is deemed advisable to erect and construct within the City oi Lethbridge STAND PIPE and FORCE MAIN; And Whereas the City has oeen no- tified that it will be required to erect and construct a SEPTIC TANK; And Whereas it is deemed advis- able to purchase the PLANT, SITE, and PROPERTY of the Lethbridge El- rctric Company, Limited; and to in- crease and extend the same, the es- timated cost of the said STAND PIPE FORCE MAIN, and SEPTIC TANK, together with 'the purchase of the PLANT, SITE and PROPERTY of the Lethbridge 'Electrc Company, Limited the removal of the said plant and increasing and extending the same, boing 'AND WHEREAS it is deemed ad- j visable to raisa by way of loan on die credit of the City of Lethbridge the said sum of WHEREAS it is expedient that the, said loan bear interest at tlie rate of SIX (6) per cent, per an num. to be paid half yearly, and that the said principal sum of Color; Flavor, Fragrance aro the strong pointi of CuiRumia JUsourrar PURS sMAttUHCTUMQMTX CttfiSBN INDIA. RAM LAL'S PURE TEA It's RICH, CLEAR COLOR, fresh FRAGRANCE and DE- LICIOUS FLAVOR have made it boats of friends. Are YOU one yet! IT IS PURE! Lftl't Tea it sold only in Lethbridft by THE BENTLEY CO. LTD. Granum 500.00 be paid at the expiration of twenty (20) yearfc from the date of this By-law taking effect; AND WHEREAS the value of the rateable property in the City of Leth- bridge, according to the last revised is the sum of Granum, A up. heavy hail storm passed over to the west of Granum on Friday afternoon and considerable damage has been report- ed in the path of the storm which extended over ten miles in length and fully one mile wide. Every- thing was completely wiped out and the storm was one of the heaviest ever experienced in this part. A num- ber of the grain fields arc reported sighted policy to talk even or cast- to have been completely ruined, ing aside its work. Better counsel will-doubtless .prevail. Of the fifth.standard tkis year the following pupils'are successful, New- el and Spencer Can- on, Stella Hin'man, Ella Morris, I.e- a healthy tone to all mucous-jrarfaces, corrects and heals -n forma ftf canker and counteracts all tendency to pain and inflammation, while it gives tone to the debilitated when weakened by exhaustive discharges sad fluxes ofwhatever nature, thus making it the beet and safest remedy for Diarrhoea, Dysentery, Colio, Cramps, Pain in the Stomach, Sea Sick- ness, Cholera Infantum, Cholera Morbus all .Summer Complaints. Price" 35 cents. Manufactured by Tha T. Milbvun Co., Toronto, Ont, Farmers ure liusy sowing fall wheat and a grwitcr acrcuEfC of fall wheat is expected to lie sown this season as more land has been broken up this year than any year before. The baseball game between Granum and baseball teams was phi.V- ed on Friday and was won by um. This was the first league Niintou has lost this yt-ar and nisi i has been the (irst win for Gnxmnn NarUon plsiyed' under a protest n Grnnuni hurt a Macfeod buttery phy and The game was hot- ly contested from start to finish and aroused more excitement than any ffame pla'yed this year as Nnnton has boasted .that Mipy could skin nny baseball nine in Southern Alberta. Chow Sam Co. Headquarters for Imported Silks In .Men's and Ladies' Wear ICE CREAM Hazelwood, the very best Fresh Fruit We keep nothing but the best. in such a way that we can make the price suit you. McKelvie McGruire's Old Stand THE HUB CAFE Haa opened its new room and cau claim to liave the 'largest asVell as the best restaurant ac- commodation in Southern Alberta, u----iJ ncnJi NarkEt Place ym have 10 irit 9f eiact it to ym wart M) tor SI WANTED A competent girl as housemaid and nurse. Good wages. Mra. C. G. K. Nourse- 197.0 TO LET Large furnished room, suitable for two genUera -n. Apply. 1248 Bompas 8t. 198.6 WANTED Brickwork, by piece or job. Bak- ers' ovens a specialty. Address P. 0. Box 106, Lethbridge. 193.6 WANTED Wanted to purchase tor 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, 410 Round St. west Herald office, 99.6 The baMile tatnrnt IB the place to. get a good Sqnare Meal? Everything new and clean. Unta tatunit's IN IM Block. Short Orders at all Hours QUEBEC'S GOVERNOR half yearly interest on each deben- ture respectively, at the rate of Six .G) per cmt. per annum, in the mean-! lime, payable at the Bank of Mon- treal in the City of Montreal in the Province of Quebec or the Bank of Montreal in-the City of Toronto, in the -Province of Ontario, or at the Bank of Montreal in the City of Leth- bridge in tho Province of Alberta. 3. That l.he" said debentures shall bo s alod with the seal of the City of Lelhbridg-, and signed by its May- or and Secretary-Treasurer, and be payable in Canadian currency, at ihe Bank of Montreal, in Montreal, or the Bank of Montreal in Toronto, Aforesaid, or the Bank of Montreal n the City of Lethbridge in the Pr.C-i.the pleasure vince of Alberta. 4 That in addition to all other am- ounts therj shall be levied and col- Hlbcrta Iterant For GOOD MEALS Sho) t Orders at all Hours Prompt and Efficient Service Oliver Block Phone 228 FOR SALE A good paying business in this city ;an be purchased for ?200.00 cash, .nd does not require large capital to un. Full information given to thos'.' who mean business. Apply to E. T. McGregor, P.' O. Block or Box 387, SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINI KG REO ULATIOKS Coal mining rifbu o( the Dominion in Alberu. Ihe Yukoa Territory, the North-West Territorial tod Britiftb may be leased Jor a term of fears at ajmiul reuUl of to acre Not more than acres will be to one applicant. Application lor a to made to the Agent or Bub-Agent of the district in which the ap- plied for are situated. In surveyed territory ibe Ian4 muat be described by or U gal subdivisions of sections, and is. uuaurveyed territory the 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 art oot available but not otherwise. A royalty ahall be paid on the Juer- chaiitable output of the at the rate of five cents per tou. Every of coal miumg which are not being operated shall furnish the district Agent of Domin- ion Lands with a sworn statement to that effect at leaat once in each year. The will the coal mining rights only, but the leaee may be permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may be con- sidered necessary for the working oi the mine at the rate of 910 an sere. For full information application ,ethbfidge, Alta. 99-6 LOST Largo red cow, about five years old, white underneath body and white spot on. left shoulder. Reward for information either at City Police station or to A. E. Humphries. 99-6 FOR SALE Five roomed 'cottaTge on St; Apply 620 Burdett St. 201.0 SERVANT WANTED General servant wanted at .once'. Apply Mrs. F. J. McKeown, 317 West- minster Road. 200.0 the Department of the Interior, Oi Utwa, or any Agent or Bub-Agent of Dominion Lands. W. W. CORY, Deputy Minister of the Interior publication of this advertisement will not be paid for. WANTED Six hens, good layers; also number of young rabbits. Apply Her- ald office. 199-0 WANTED A pattern maker. Apply Lethbridge Iron Works. 99-6 Quebec, Aug. appointment of Sir A. P. P-11 tier' as lieu'enant governor of Quebec has boon made. It takos effect S. pt. 15. FROM THE PEACE RIVER (Taber Free Press.) Mr. Cott; r of Fort "Wrmillion ar- rived down Wednesday morning and is visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Wal- lace and his sister, Miss Cotter. Mr. Cotter has been in the Peace River country for several y.-ars and he de- scribes it as one of the finest coun- tries he ever saw. Settlers are com. ing in rapidly and the land is be- quickly taken up. At present the J I _ _ _ trip is not the most pleasant as it ing and pleasing beverage, which h takes six days from Lesser Slave to always' gets when he drinks Leth IT'S HARD WORK ON A HOT DAY to find a drink that will cool and you like a glass of cold sparkling and delicious Alberta' Pride beer. It is the drink par for the aihlote, the workma or the man who enjoys an invigorat- Edmonton, travelling by boat and And the Big Sale is over. Come and make your selection from one of: the best assorted stocks in Western Canada. 20 per cunt niscutfrtt cm Ouruiiiis Draperies. Gzirpet Squares and Kngs; 15 per cent discount on Furniture, Linoleums and Pictures. Sale is over August 13th. Ihe Turpm Furniture Co. COMPLETE HOUSE FURNISHERS in each during the cur- of said debentures on all able property in tho City of Leth- bridge, by special or rates suf- ficient therefor, the sum of 00 for paying the interest on the said debentures and the amount of 313.73 to form a sinking fund for pay- ment of the debt created by the issue of said debentures, to be payable, lev- ied and collected at the same time and in the same manner as other taxes are payable, levied and collect- ed by statute or by By-laws of the City. 5. That this By law shall come into on the day of A. D. 1903. stage. The trip is an ideal one for The -whole rrfeans of transportation and travel will soon lx> changed, as it will not be long before a railroad will be bridge beer. LI-I FOUND A bunch of keys: Owner can have ame by caning at; Hera1 Id'Office. 01.0 WANTED A general Apply to Mrs A. Cunningham; SCAVENGING Any person scavenger waggon or closet? cleaned can have Line done by. leaving orders with P. MeV c-c Police Station. 74-0 LOST 2 bay horses, 1 five, 1 six. years old. white faca, one branded LA7 SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST HOMESTEAD REGU- LATIONS Any even 'numbered section of Do- minion lands in Manitoba, Saskatch- ewan and Alberta, excepting 8 and not reserved, may be bomestead- 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 ICO acres or less. Application for entry must be made in person by the applicant at a Do- minion Lands Agency or Sub-Agency tor ihe district in which the land ii situate. Entry by proxy may, how ever be made ai an Agency on certain conditions by the father, mother, son, daughter, brother or sister of an in- The Vmiedteader' is required to per- form the homestead duties under one of the following plans: (1) At least six months' residence upon and cultivation of tht? land in each year for three years. (2) A homesteader may, if he so desires, perform the required resi- the other V B on jaw. Reward for information' resulting in th ir return to' Albert Klopsh, North Ward. 202.6 TEAMS Wanted, a few t ams. Apply b _ tween 9 and 10 a.m. and 12 and 2 p.m. to R. C. Marshall; Lethbridge Hotel. 202.2 SITUATION WANTED As general servant by exp rienc c young lady. No objection to farm Apply Box S Heisld. 03-6 pushed through to that fertile coun- try. ETBBKIDGE BREWING MALTING COMPANY. Ltd WANTED Unfurnished room in central loca- tion. Apply Box A. Herald Office '403-6 6. That the voles of tho electors, duly qualified to vote on this By-law shall be taken on the Seventeenth day of August, A. D. 1903, at the Fire Hall, in the City of Lethbridge, be- tween the hours of NINE o'clock in the forenoon and EIGHT o'clock in the afternoon, and the Secretary-Trea surer of the City of Lethbridge shall, in pursuance of the Lethbridge Char ter, act as Returning Officer, therefor. Done and passed in Council, this day oi............... A. D. 1906. MAYOR SECRETARY-TREASURER Notice is hereby given that the above is a ropy of a propoa- ed By-law which has been introduc-i cd and which may be finally passed by the Council (in the event of the consent of the burgesses being obtain- ed thereto) after one month from the 27th day of July A. D. 1906, being the date of the first publication thereof in the Herald" and that the wtes of the burgesses will be taken upon the proposed By Uw THE LETHBRTDGE DAILY HER- ALD IS GENERALLY RECOGNIZ- ED AS THE BEST NEWS .MEDIUM IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA. OTHERS Mfl 510CMI ALBERTA SHORTHAND SCHOOL Try a Four Course at the 'Alberta Shorthand and Typewriting 51.52 McDougall-Block, Cal- gary, and see the results. Terms un- usually moderate. Fall term opens deuce duties by living on {arming and owned solely hy him, QOI haa han eighty (80) aciea iu extent, in vicinity of his homestead. Joiit ownership of laud will not meet requirement. (3) If the father (or mother, if the iaiher is deceased) of a homesteader lias permanent residence on farming land owned solely by him, not less than eighty (80) acrea in extent, in the vicinity of the homestead, or up- on a homestead entered foi by him ID the ?uch homesteader perform his own residence duties by Jiving with lather (or C4) The term "vicinity" in the two preceediug paragraphs is defined ai meaning not more than nine miles in a direct line, exclusive of tbe width oi roau CZOSSCx. 12 measurement. (5) A homesteader intending to August 31st. students. Positions secured for 202.26 NOTICE of Impounded Animals NOTICE is hereby given that I will by public auction, at the City Pound, east of Westminster- Road, on the 13th August. 1908, at the hour of 2 o'clock in the afternoon: 1 red and white cow, and calf. Cow perform his residence duties in ac- cordance with the above wMle living with parents or on fanning land own- ed by must notify the Agent for the district of such intention. Six months" notice in writing must be given to the Commissioner oi Do- minion Lands at Ottawa, of intention to apply for patent. W. V. Deputy of the Minister of Interior. publication oi this advertisement will not paid tor. on the 17th day of August A. D. 1908, between the hours of Nine o'clock in the forenoon, and Eight o'clock in the afternoon, at the Fire Halt in the City of Lethbridge. Geo. W. Robinson, Secretary-Treasurer T TTin-ov TY> T? VOTT A MQ] FOR Livery barn on Regina-Prince Al- bert brnch of C. N. .Rv. with room for 160 head horses, in live town of 700 population, good school, coun- try well settled. Will fake stock for part or full payment. For particu- lars see FORD TYLER Hotel, eft hip. 201-6 J. GILLISPIE, Pound Keeper. TENDERS WANTED TENDERS wanted for the purchase of the building at present occupied as a store by Mr. F. German and City of Lethbridge. Mr j_ Callahan. There is pretty heavy timber in the basement. The building to be removed after the 5th NOTICE All our acouhts are being handed over to a solicitor. If you wish to avoid paying collection charges call at once and settle. Nelson Fraaer. of September and ten days will be allowed to remove it. C. BEGIN, P. 0. Box 71. The Best Bargain In Southern Alberta FINE HALF SECTION EAST OF STIRLING, ONLY PER ACRE. MUST BE SOLD P. D. Q. Weber Bros. Ott Block Lethbrtige ;