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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 15, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIOQft. ALT A. SATURDAY, AUGUST IS, 1108. PAGE THRRE Capital. Rest aid Ua-divided ProHb Exeeed $5,000,000. CaRtdlai Biakera* As8�� elatloa Money rders, payable In all parts Of Canada and the United States, sold at alt Brauchee. Drafts and TelegrapK Tntnsf�rs iissiied. Exchange bought and sold. Special attention given to Banking by Mail. Savlogs ACCODBtS may be started with deposits of 11.00 or upwards. Interest at highest current rate paid four times a year. ^ CTHBRIDQE BRANCH; J. R. Andernon, Mana(|�r. ABOUT . . By the DAD'S Lord . Mayor's COUNCIL Son . . Color, Flavor, Fragrance iiui the sirong points of The World of Labor Affairs of Workingmen Fraakly aw| Implrtially Discussed. Correspondnce on Topics of Interest to Labor Classes lavited -- CoitribBled by a Labor Nan, who is responsible for the Views expressed in this Column :: A H111S8 itiootiiig of Tnides Uiiioii-iatH will bo hold in the I.abpr Tcm-I)Io next Iml)ors of tho executive j through Now board of these organizations, roach-1 of the white ed an understanding regarding a complete and uniform exchange ' of working cards, and outlined plans for an allllintlon of the two bodies. Kotl; will report back to their regular con- Evon tho farmers repudiate the actions of the Salvation Army. Listen to this:- It was stated at the recent conven tlon by tho farmer's delegates that the work of the Salvation Army bringing out immigrants was inimical to tho interest of the country just now. There is, it is stated, an abundance of labor available for all nt present, so that now we know where tho Army will turn foi .sympathy in tho prosecution of their henvonlj' work. Tho workers of tho city are tired of the policy that.has been pm-sued in tho past. The work ers of the coimtry have had enough so that we beseech the bonus hunters to turn again to their religious practices nnd leave the of immigration to others, who might possibly not make such a botch of tho business as they have.-Labor Kenlm. vent ions and ask for jurisdiction work in harmony. Of tho of these two associations couver Trades Unionist h;-.!-. those liaitt'ring words to say:- "A more militant bunch of labor was recently conducted York and the marvels man's science nnd the triumphs of invention were paraded to e.xcito his . aeity liall is a far c;y. The instilling of the iroposed waterwork;; impr'.vcments vill postpone indefinitely Engineer Vrnold's p"t sclimem  of n low pros-sure water service, which by the way, B miglity go'.d dope. A few thousand �ach year will meet all tlio rrquire-monts in the way of .sidi.'W.dks, �.treats, water and sewer ext nsions. 30 having invostid in this money-laUing light, powor and water sys- ' '.em, llie city can start to save intui-y again and get ready for anotlier big c.xp:'nditure in ten or twolvg /ears. And when we c )me to look at :lu' present pr.oposition it is ii't really 111 expenditure but rather an investment for the whole business will pay for itself in a few years and after that earn good money for tlie city wliich will p;iy for lots of other good tilings. It will be nn asset upon whicli the city can renlize more than it will pay fur it any timi\ It will be a mighty good slfock to liave on hand. WItcii you have anytliin; to sell or to rent place It in this column, if you want anything use this column. 25c one ingerllon 6 insertions for SI HAM LAL'S PURE TEA It's RICH, OLBAR COLOR, fresh FRAGRANCE and DELICIOUS PLAVOIi imve made it hosts of friends. Are YOU one yetT STRAYED From Grassy Lake, July 29, two horses, a sorrel glding, white face and white iund legs crop ears, and one black gelding. Both branded bar over flying U, nnd have forelocks cropped. Seen near Li;thbridg; last week. Reward for information had. ing to tlieir recovery. ll.Gnlvin, 32.9.12, Grassy Lake. 204.5 IT IS PURE! Ram Lars Tea is sold only in Lethbridge by THE BENTLEY CO. LTD. FOR SALE Five roomed cottage on Burdett St. Apply 020 Burdett St. 20LO SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING REO ULATIONS WANTED Generul servant, able to e.ook. Apply Mrs. George Rog rs, corner of Ashmead and Ford. 04-0 WANTED Competent general servant. Apply Mrs. Neal.', corner Burdett and Ford streets. 05-O WANTED Six hens, good layers; also numb i of yoimg robblls. .'\pply "W," Her. aid offici-. 199-0 FOUND A bunch of keys. Owner can hav. same by culling at Herald Oflico. 01.0 The Western floiiiliiniiJinsniithing & Heating Cn P.O. Box 417 Phone 266 to  hud most impressed him. 1 foderaticm j l'"-" the Van- , man soKwimly. "Little p, Tho iiractice of deriving profit from child labor is \in-known among tribes we call harharous.-.lournal oT Thoosophy. Ik SINGING Vlxm Hrsnla Archer. A. R. A. M., London, Kiigluiid, pupil of the cm. inenl tc.iclier, William Sliukespenre. late teacher of vocal music in - the Halifax Conservatory of Music, etc., will receive pupils in voice culture and vocid nnisic on and after Sep. tember 1st at The Lethbridge Con.ser. vatory of Music. 2t per w-tf PIANO Miss Margaret M. Fraser, A. T. C. M., lat(! of Tlie Toronto Conservatory of Music, teacher of plane and theory of music. Higln\st artistic results secured to gifted pupils. Persomil consultation at The Lethbridge Con. servatory of Music on and after Au. gust 31st. 2t per w-tf PROfl^OTION AT OTTAWA Ottawa, Aug. H.-.-Vrtinir St. Laur. cut assist chief engineer of the do. l)artment of public works will sliortly b.-- appointed nasistant deputy minis, ter of that departinent. Jiunes Hunter, who is now assistant 'deputy will hi'come deputy. WHEAT AT BOW ISLAND The Medicuie Hnl Newe says: Tho Soutlurn Alberta Land Company hns several hundred acres of V(!ry lino wheat at Bow Island. Cuttle Ranger, Wm. Armstrong was out that way this week and estimates that the yield will be fully twenty.flve bush, (ds to the ncre. There is another side of tliis qm's. Uon that tho raio-payers should get flrndy entrenchtd in their cranial cn. vities. Tt is this, tlial when the city has their own light and powin- plant they can hope some day to gel these very nt cessary things cheaper than Uicy do now. As long as these are sidd by a cn'poration, the full price inehiding gooil fat profits must bt p.iid but when the city owns it, the price will he reduced as soon as it possiblo to do so. The company has been nuddng a good profit nnd tiie city can make more. The nownday profit, however, is plenty big to meet the needs of the plant and all linbil. erf ineurred. So that if any more is made a eorrespoiuling slice eim be hwed" off the rates. Dad is after the ehenjior rates for the city and every vot(! for the brings that hap. py condition closer. It setns to me thnt there nre one or two little mntlers about the improve, inents being made to tlie streets that Dad and the engineer might gut next their weather eye. It was to b:) expected^ of course, that a good many people would kick about ih,' state of the streets while the work is being done. But after all reasonable nl. lownnee there seems to be soniething Of every variety always in stock. Call and see ' our goods and got our jirices McKENZIE & ROY Redpath St., Lethbridg^e, Alta. Phone 204  The (Ueatber left that might bi> si;'ii to. One is that he .streets that h.iv.' been pnrtly graded shMiId lie eninplited more quickly. The finish, r., .should get on a Jersey in\d krcii cli'ser to tlie fel. lows that are doinj; tlie rough work. As yit only one sliurt piece is com. pleted and that is mi a street wher ir.nm oni^ to two -Af^ a unTnth travel It is a good .safe |ilaee to keep it lis a sample but the pi'ople are getting tired of wallowing thiough the torn up streets after iliey have been partly done tor weeks. Jaiisr Bros, tho con. iraetors wire goinj; tn liuve a hundred teams on the job hi short order tuid finisii the tiling lipli* up in a hurry But the hundred auil the lliiish are there only in absentia while the p (i. pie are very anxinii.-; to have them there in preseiilia. Dad liaa ben after them iiretly hut already but surely there is some clause in the contract by wiiieh he eiin cinch tliese fellows of big p (iiiiises when they don't toe the serateli. WANTED Two dining room girls chamber maiil. and^ ( Windsor Hotel.7.9-11 SITUATION WANTED As general servaiit by oxp rienc; d young lady. No objection to farm. Apply Box S , Herald. 03-G Coal mining rights of ttic Dominiou iu Manitoba, Saskatc^wan, Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the North-Wesl TerritorioH aud British Coluiiroia, mnj' be leasdd lor a term of twenty-one years at An annual rental ol |1 au acre. Not more than 2,560 acres will bo leased to one applicant. Application for a lease muBl be made to the Agent or Sub-Agent of tlie district in which the rights np-(died for are situated. In surveyed rerritory the land' must be described by seotions, or lo gal subdivisions of sections, and io unsurveye.d territory the tract applied for shall be staked out. Bach application must be accompanied by a fee of $6, which will b� refunded if the rights opplied for are not available but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output of the mine at the rate of five cents per ion. Every l''Hsee of coal mining rightf> which are not being operated sliall furnish the district Agent of Dominion Lands with a sworn statement to that effect at least once in each year. The lease will 'ijclude the coal mining rights only, but the lesee may be permitted to purchase whatevej available surface rights may be con sidered necessary for tlie working of the mine at the rate of $10 an acre. For full information application should be made to the Secretary ol the Department of the Interior, Ot tttwa, or any Agent or Sub-Agent ol Dominion Lands. W. W. CORY, Deputy Minister of the Interior N.B.-UuHutborized publication ol Ibis advertisomant will not be paid for. WANTED Unfurnished room In central loCa. tion. Apply Box A. Herald Office. 203-e For Windows and Doors No Rubber No Felt, ExclucleB Draughts, Dust, Smoko, etc. Renders Window Sash Noiseless nnd Easy Running. Saves Fuel 25 per cent D. KING, Sole figent for Lethbridge BOX (5J 2 ALBERTA SHORTHAND SCHOOL Try a Four Months Course at t!i "Alberta Sliortliand and Typewritiiij' School," 51.52 McDougall Block, Calgary, and see the results. Terms u:i; usually moderate. Fall term open.' August Positions secured fo: �itudenLs. 202-2? WANTED A situation by young lady to assist with general Housework. Apply Box li.. Herald Oftice. " 203.6 SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTHWEST HOMESTEAD REGULATIONS  Coal, Ice and | DRAYING I . Western Transfer Co. LON(i BROS.Proprietors Office opposite Balmoral PHONE e3 THRESHING OUTFIT For Sale-.-Minneapolis separator, Reeves 32-horse engine, cook-car. tank. etc. A big snap for som one, specially a man with all cash. Cull at Tlie O. W. Kerr Company oflici-. Southard Block for furth t informa. lion. 203.G FOR SALE Fine new eight roomed modern two storey house. .Eight minutes from post office. Will trade good city lots cloB. If the father (or mother, if the father is deceased) of a homesteader has permanent residence on farming land owned solely by him, not less than eighty (80) acres in extent, in the vicinity of the homestead, or upon o homestead entered for by him iu e �>icinity, such homesteader may perform his own residence duties by living with the father (or mother). (4) The term "vicinity" in tlie two proceeding paragraphs is, deOncd 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 accordance with the above wImIb living with parents or on farming laud owned by himself nmst notify the Agent for the district of such intention. Six months' notice in writing must be given to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa, of intention to apply for patent. TO RENT (\ large furnished room, suitable for one or two gentlemen, with or without board, central. 416 Burdett St. 06-0 WANTED Position iu hotel to help in kitchen or restaurant. Apply "T" Herald ofh. ce. 07-0 SCAVENGING Any person desiring a scavenger waggon or closets cleaued can have same done by leaving orders with 1 E. P. Mee, co Police Station. 74-0 W. W. CORY, Deputy of the Minister of the Interior. N.B.-Unauthorized publication ol this advertiuement will not be paid for. POSITION WANTED Position as lady stenographer, wanted. Apply P. O. Box, 505, Lethbridge. 207-2 ROOMING HOUSE Furnished and unfurnished rooms. Apply John Oanthi, Hill John Diifferin St. Block, 205.O YOU DON'T WANT ANY LAND IF YOU SAY THAT THIS ISN'T A BIG SNAP. See 320 ACRES NEAR CHIN, ONLY $12.50. LEVEL AND FREE FROM STONE Weber Bros. Ott Block : Lethbridge ;