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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 13, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHiHIDOi. AtTA. THURSDAY, OF CANADA With 90 from Fort William to Vancouver, the .Union Uank of'.Canada coren t he West mo r e thoroughly than does any other Every modem Banking facility offered to Fanners, Ranchers, Grain tod Cattle Dealers and Merchants. Collections made. Money transmitted to any part of the world. Savings Department established at every Branch, Btarts an acccuot Interest at highest current rate paid quarterly BRANCH: J, R. V; REGULARS WIN Sun turns from today's primaries held throughout the state -imlU-aled "that tho Republican regular- orgunteuUon Will have u majority in ihc state stud COnjfreHSionul convention over the Lincoln-lloo.sc'vcif. Ix'uguc. In the Doniocrutic party the indi- cations arc also that the tiou has won over the Theodore 'Well faction. Color, Flavor, Fragrance uro the slroug pointi of Cardston CARDSTON SUNDAY SCHOOL ing and energy abroad in the fJiirdslon, Auif. The annual conference' for Cunlston Ward Sun- duv School of tho Alberta Stake con- vrurtxl ul 10 a: m.. last Sunday, The Stake SujMjrintfiwJeiicy was rep resented by il. A. Coombs and Ed- ward J.ouvitt. Of 'the S. S. Uuloii liouj'd there were present Messrs. .r. F. PurriHh, W. Sorcnscn, T. M. f-ooinbs. D. Sorcnson; Dcvoe Woolf, Win. Henderson, Ixisides Miss- es Kilii.h Harker and iSinu 'I'lm chief features of the program were class exercises from differ- out departments, The "first intermediate in charge of Misses Ida am! Hose Archibald ac- mission field. RELIEF SOCIETY CONFEHENCE Today Fres. Wood leaves with a party of the ladies of the Relief So- hold a district conference at Caldwell. In the party are Mrs. Sarah J. Cannon... and .J nines of the gcii- erfcl- Hoard of Relief Societies from Salt Lake UiJ.v, Mrs. Mary 1.. Woolf uiul Rhoda Hinnian of the Stukc sujxjrintendency. with Mrs. Ly- (I ia Brown of the Stake Board. This will be specially, for the societies in Lhc western part of this district. DEATfi ____ __ Tho infant child of Mr. and Mrs. 11. C. Phipps died lust night after an illness of some days. The little one has been .declining for ten days past owing doubtless to the warm weather. funeral arrangements FOREST FIRES NEAR SPOKANE Spokane, Wash., Aug.' est firo in the lake De Alene country, seventy miles c-ast of whkh was supposed to under control a few days ago. ha.1; taken a 'fresh start and the (lames are spreading in all directions, fanned by the heavy winds The large timber owners are.sending all the men possible to fight the flames. The damage is said to be al- Yeady immense. No towns tire in danger today. CLARESHOLM NOTES Another recent local marriage was that of Mr. Guy E. Mack to Mise El. sie Henker. C. James has been appointed Stock Inspector for this District. Fall wheat cutting is well on to- wards completion. Flutzoeder and Houghton, butchers 01 ihis piitee, are opening a. business in Stavely. Inspector Camies and W. A. Corn- wall have been attending the Church of Kngland Synod meeting in Cal- trarv. HERE SOON quitted'themselves most creditably thfi names and duties ol the gen yct'bccn Announced, eral church authorities. J A. very good iiopror.iptu. address upon ''The Ideal Sunday SchpbTTea-' chcr" was. given by-Mr. Jno. F. Par rish. Pollowimf the exercises for tfc.iir respective classes liy Blasters Jno. Newton and David Peterson, and Miss Brown, came a brief ixddresp from Mr. Wm. Hendorson on trie hu- portance of the monthly S. S. Union meetings which the spciiker suid were the Normal Sessions for the Sunday School teacher or other officer. The kindergarten classr-3 to fi yeoi-s riicelv under Miss Viva Ilecdcr'.t; flirectioif. The motion sto- ry WHS especially gotxl. Thc address of Mr. Martin Wooll1 on Parents''Class work, Mrs. Sarah Cannon of the General Relief So- Thc sympathy oi lhe citizens to., tho .parents in their PERSOXALS be- RAM LAL'S PURE TEA It's HIGH, OLEAK COLOR, fresh FRAGRANCE and DE- LICIOUS FLAVOR have made it hosts of friends. Are YOU one yetf IT ISPtJRE! Rim Lai's Tea is sold only in Lethbridf e by TH E BE NT L EY C O. LTD Daily Herald tyrtet Place Whea you have aiythiBf to sell or to reit place it ia this colani. tf waat aaytbbf this coluaii. 25c ox iwertios for ii Ilie Peartprorcd Mr. M., D. Geddes, lormerly of 'the Farm and Ranch lleview, is paying our district a visit for a few days. We are glad to have- the gentlemen of the press -become better acquainted with our good country. Mrs. Zina Y. Card departed yester- day for the south. She will visit the Big Horn country of Wyoming in the .interests of the Primary Associa- tions before returning to her duties as matron of the LaiLur Day Saints University in Lake City. Yesterday .morning auother large party left for the. Wa tier ton Lakei in change of 0. Lee and 'Sons. MJS. ciety Board, .'Mi'. Trank sistant professor-of chemistry from the Agricultural dTUtaii, and President Edw. J. Wood were all of interest and worth. AT AETNA I'res.'- -j. Wood accompanied by Snpts. W. O Jjee and AtBiie Dailies of the Stake Mutual Improve- ment Ass'n Messrs, AViu. Wood and S. Williams attended the regular 2 p.m. service at Aetna on Sunday last. Tim special occasion was .the reorganization of the Young Mens" Association. Owing- to his removal from ward Mr. J. Henry Tannor was hon- orably released as Ward Supt. and" Mr. Thos. fircgson was unani- mously sustained as superintendent with C. F. Jnnspn. Jr.. and Chris- tian Jensen as his assistants. This is a strong trio nnd their previous experience and will go far to- wards ensuring the success of this organization. The clerical work of the association will ho looked a' ]Ur._William JFerridftw. re tt.y from England. wh.o will be secretary- anrt T.co ftan- sen, n> .istant. Tntorcsttnp addrcssta wcrft listened to from Stake Supts. Lee and Snow. .Messrs. Thus. S. Crt'tfson, the new who discoursed upon his experiences as President of the nrpool cosifL-reiice in the British sion. Win. S. -Williams, and President Edw. J. Wood. Thr spc-akiir paid a well deserved tribute to the retiring superintendent, J Henry Tanner, Cor his faithfulness nt home in this organization and lo thfi new superintendent for untir S. Low, Misses Blanche" Olson. Beth NTcwton, Louie Lee were in the party '.'Messrs. Homer and tloward repre- senting a Mexican company and selling stock or acreage therein have been doing our district for Mnoe'- ilays. .Yeste_r_day, they t-o Slagrath. and .D. H. Elton ar.d fam ily departed yesterday for their new abo.de in Lethbridge. Mr. Fred Burton is receiving the congratulations of the citizens on his initial issue of the "Star." The paper, will do greo.t credit to the town if Fred can huncl out the local news in so presentable a styles Keep it up! This issue shows the neces- sary interest of a live paper in u first class district. Thc Cardston boys are off today to attend the Lethbridge fair and inci- entaliy to play baseball. We hopo icy will make a creditable showing or themselves and for the town. Tho arty will consist of Messrs. Devoe Voolf, RIchardsdTi., J. Carson. D. Spencer, Jno. Hendry, Oliver Goblu, Jno. II. Mercer, .iirl Elder. Success to the their A big program of novelties is prom- ised by Richards Prihgle's Famous Minstrels this season''. when they play at the OKvo-r Hall -on Friday, Aug. 21. There is! a double-edition of conie. ilians by. the old time favoriie-s, Clarence Po'woll and Pete Woods. The First Part, is a dream of splen- dor, styled "The Meeting of the Al- amni." The Nightingale Quartette is also a big feature. This quartette is con- sidered the best on the minstrel stage. Prominent in the olio are several very expensive'acts; such as Craig, the human eiifgma. Moore, the mystifying. The silver shoe -lancing 'sextette, in the very poe'trj of motion.. J. W. Coper and his woden headed family; Clarence THE for riotors and Poors No Rubber No Felt Excludes Draughts, Dust, Smoke, etc. Keudc-rs Window Sash Noiseless and Easy Run m'ng. Saves' per cent i, JUG, U BOX r Letiibridjp Powell, the man who talks about his folks, .and-the big musical bur_ letta, "When the Tnr.p Struck Town" introducing the entire oi the company. GAPE Has now opened its new room and .caii claim to have the largest as well as the best restaurant ac- commodation in Southern Alberta. STRAYED From Grassy Lake, July 29, two horses, a sorrel g Iding, white face and white hind legs crop ears, and one black gelding. Both- branded .bar over flying U, and have forelocks cropped. near Lethbridg; last week. Reward for information U ad- ing to their recovery. R.Galvin, SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING REQ UL AT IOHS Coal mining righu oi tne Domiuioo u Saskatchewan, tue Yukon territory, the North-Weal .Territories and Britub Columbia, may be leased lor a term of twenty-one ,-ears at aonual reuUl of an cre. Not more than acres will Lie leased to one applicant. Application for a leaae must be made to the Agent or Sub-Agent ot the district in which the righU ap- plied for are situated. In surveyed territory the land must be described by sections, or subdivisions of sections, and IB uniurveyed territory the tract appli- ed for shall be staked out. Each application must be accom- panied by a fee of which will reloaded if the rights applied for are aot available but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the mer- chantable output of the aiine at the rate of five cents per ion. Every of coal 'liiising which are Lot being operated shall furnish the district Agent of Domin- ion Lands with a 3woriT statement to that effect at least once'in each year. The lease will >uclude the coal ruining rights only, bui the leaee may be permitted to purchase whatever 32.9-12, Grassy Lake. 204-5 WANTED General servant, able to cook. Ap- ply Mrs. George Hog rs, corner of Ashmead and Ford. 04_0 WANTED Competent general servant. Apply Mrs. Neale, corner-Burdett and Ford streets. 05-0 The CoaMale Reslayrant IB the place to get a good Square Meal. Everything new and clean. Utnta tetunit s OU Stiii Coaldale Block. Short Orders at all Hours Available surface Tights may be con- sidered necessary for the working of the mine at the rate of 510 pn acre. For full information application should be made to the Secretary ol the Department cf Interior. Otx iawa, or any Agent or Bub-Agent oj Dominion Lands. W. W. CORY, Deputy Minister of the Interior publication of Ihia advertisement will not- be paid for. FOR SALE Five cottage on Burdett St. Apply 020 Burdc-tt St. 201-0 SERVANT WANTED General secrvant wanted at one.'. AntSly Mrs. F. J. McKeown, 317 West- minster Road.. 200.0 We sell the best in our lines not be turned by jt nor their lisposiLions Iwcome acrid U defeat their portion. On August 17th, 18th and 19th, th Canadian Pacific Railway will sel tickets to Vancouver, B. C., Victoria B. C. and New B. C. at single fare plus for the round trip. Tickets will a going trans, it limit of twenty days and a final return limit of sixty days from the date of sale. Stop overs will al. lowed wfthin the going and return, ing limits. 203-10 SINGING Mi.ss Ursula Archer, A. -R. .A. M., London. England, ptipil of the em- inent teacher, William Shakespeare, late teacher of vocal music in the Halifax Conservatory of Music, etc., will receive pupils in voice culture mcl vocal music on and after Sep- tember 1st at The Lethbridge Conser- vatory of Music. 2t per PIANO Miss Margaret M. Fraser, A. T. G. M., late of The Toronto Conservatory of Music, teacher of piano and theory of music. Highest artistic results secured to gifted pupils. Personal consultation at The Con- servatory of Music on and after Au- gust 31st. 2t per Ice Cream Soft Drinks Confections Fruit Visit our Parlors Whi.'e at the Fair BUDD REED, HILL BLOCK WANTED Six heiu, good layers; also numb of-young rabbits, aid office. Apply Her- 199.0 FOUND A bunch of keys. Owner can have by calling at -Herald Office. 01-0 LOST 2 bay horses, 1 five, 1 six years old, both white face, one branded LA7 the other on jaw. Reward for information resulting in thjir return to Albert Klopsh, North Ward. 202.6 IT'S HARD WORK ON A HOT DAY to find a drink that will cool and Afresh you like a glass of cold, Sparkling delicious A-iberta's Pride beer.. It is the drink par cellence for the athlete, the workman or the man wiio enjoys an invigorat- ing and pleasing beverage, which he always gets when he drinks Lflh- bridge beer. I LETHBRIDGE BREWING 4 MALTING COMPANY, Ltd SlTUAtlON WANTED As general servant by exp-rienc.d young lady. No' objection to farm. Apply Box S Herald. 03-G WANTED Unfurnished room in central loca_ iop. Apply Box Office. 203.6 Oar Exhibit Phone 23 AT THE PAIR Phone 123 Bevel Plate Birch Veneer Front Doors, also Leaded and Coppered Lights for Transoms, front Doors, Casement Windows Any size or pattern can be -v Get Onr Prices LDIKR CO. ITD. Ifficr-Matt It. Coaldale Restaurant The Place for Fair Visitors to get Good Meals prGiuptry LcliiLC- fully. Short orders at all hours Restaurant e Ring Up 108 When you want DRAYING Done promptly and satisfactorily JOHN BRODIE: ALBERTA SHORTHAND SCHOOL Try a Four Months Course at th, SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST HOMESTEAD REGU- LATIONS Any even numberea aec'ion of Do- minion lands in Manitoba, Saskatch- ewan and Alberta, excepting B and 26, not reserved, may be homestead- cd by any person who ia head of a family, or any male over 18 years of age, to the extent ot' one-quarter soctiou of ICO acres or less. ipplication for entry must be made in .person by the applicant at ;i Do- minion Lauds Agency or Sub-Agency tor ihe district in which the land ia 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 ao desires, perform the required resi- dence duties by living on fanning land owned solely hy him, noi lisa than eighty (SO) actes in extent, ia the vicinity of his homestead. Joint ownership of land will not meet thi If the father (or mother, if the -'Alberta Shorthand and Typewriting 51.53 McDougall Block, Cal- gary, and see the results. Terms un- usually moderate. Fall term opens August 31st. Positions secured for students. father ia deceaat-d) of a homesteader has permanent residence on farming land owned solely by him, not less than eighty (SO) acres in extent, in the vicinity of the homestead, or up- on a homestead entered foi.by him in the licinity, such homesteader may WANTED perform his own residence duties by 4 living with father (or A situation hy young lady to assist with general housework. Apply Box i fi proceeding paragraphs is denned as meaning not more than nine miles in a direct line, exclusive of the width B., Herald Office. 203.6 Tenders SEALED TENDERS will be rec.iv- ed by the 'undersigned until five o'- clock p.m., August I7th, 1903, for the erection of n brick fire hall for the City of Lethbridge. Plans an< specifications may be s en at the of fices of the Architect, Southard Build ing, Lcthbridge. Each tender to bo. by a certified bank cheque for p r cent of the tender and made payable to th K.crelary Treasurer oT the ('ity ol The cheque to bs f r_ City if tho tenderer faih or refuses to r into a satisfactory contract for the completion of the building. The lowest or any t ndor not ne- cessarily accepted. JAMES A. 20-4.fi THRESHJNG OUTFIT For separator, Ret-ves 32-liorse. engine, eook.car, ank, etc. A big snap for especially a man with all cash. Call it The 0. W. Kerr Company Souihard Block for further informa- tion. 203. FOR SALE Fine new eight roomed modern two storey house. Eight minutes from post office. Will trade good city lots closi in in part payment. Small cash payment will handle. Don't miss it. Apply by letter to Box W., Herald. 205-6 FURNISHED ROOMS Furnished rooms to let. Apply to 1219 Courtland street. 205.1 of allowances crossed in the measurement. A homesteader intending to perform his residence duties in ac- cordance with the above living parents or on farming land own- himself must notify the Agent for the district of such intention. Six months' in writing mnst be given to the Commissioner ot Do- minion Lands at Ottawa, of intention apply for patent. W-. W. GOBI. Deputy of the Minister of Interior. publication ol advurtiaement will paid this lor. L thbridge. to th TEACH-IR WANTED At once at Warner. First or class certificate, male "frHUin-. salary a year. Apply K. S. LefT- Warner. 206-3 SCAVENGING Any person desiring a scavenger waggon or closet? cleaned can have aomo bv Ipnvine orders with E. P. Mec, c-o Police Station. 74-0 EXCELLENCE in Fine Work is Onr Daily u Motto The Best Bargain In Southern Alberta FINE HALF SECTION EAST OF STIRLING, See ONLY PER ACRE. MUST BE SOLD P. D. Q. iber Bros. Ott Block Lethbridge ;