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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 17, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LlTHiHIDOt, MONDAY, AUtiUiT IT, i PAGE THREE Pirichcf jPinchcr Oreew, Aug. J. B. Ferguson, manager the Western Oil kud Coal Consolidated is buck from a trip to Montreal where he went to undergo an operation. Mr. Ferguson's friends regret to learn that lie is but little improved in health. Postmaster McDougall is erecting u new residence towards the vest end of Main street. The foundation work has been completed and.- the frame Taber Aug. William Scbi.t has list finished harveHtiug his crjp of over 100 acres of spring wheat and uis 80 acres prepared in whLn he seed full wheat. The Russian, thistle, algo known as the Russian tumble weed and Rus- PRIZE USUff LETHBR1DGE FAIR sian cactus, South Dakota was" brought in flax seed from about is nearly ijpinpletfd. Mr. H. J. Peru-r is suffering froir blood-poisoning which started in one of hie hands but is now assuming somewhat serious proportions. Mr. R. Cooper wus among the vis itors to Lethbridge Fair. Pincher Creek, Aug. Grace Bogart is buck from a visi of a few weeks with friends in Cal- gary. Dr. and Mrs. Wright, Miss O'NeiL .Mr. Freebaim and Mr.-K. Stewart are back from a week's outing at the foot of the mountains. Mr, Stewart returns to Lethbridge tonight. Mr. and Mrs. Kowell of Laurence, Muss., relatives of Mr. Jno. Hender- son of the Kinj; Edward Hotel, are spending a few days in interesting bast-ball game is to take, plnw oii Tuesday night. The occupants of the Scott Block, which includes quite a number of business houses have challenged the rest of the town to a game of baseball. The challenge has been taken up and Tuesday night will sec a game for blood. the Memorial Hospital lo Mr. and Mrs. Williams of Twii son. Marcy Couch, who is interested in one of the companies who are boring for oil west, of town, beat all record, for speed oWMain street, this after noon when a fine big team of sorrel he drives got away. The team wa attached to a light buggy with Mr .Couch hold of the lines. Fortunatel the street was fairly dear when Mr. Couch did his "Ben Hur" act, so no damage was done. The teani ran six miles out of town before their driver managed to stop them. A regular meeting of the council was held this week. Present: The mayor, Councillors Mitchell, Ross and Dempster. Acocunts having been pased, a communication was read fronvthe secretary of the executive of the Union of Alberta municipalities, drawing the attention of the council to the fact that .the date of the an- nual convention was shortly to b? set, and urging the necessity of all municipalities lending their aid. Filed. The Market sfrci Health Con made a report regarding new nui- sance grounds which "it is pro- posed to obtain near Mrs. Levasseur's place. The Health'committee were in- structed to see Mrs. Levaeseur. and got a. definite value placed, in writ- ing, on about four-acres which would be suitable. The newly appointed sanitary in- spector. D .Gray, introduced the question of sanitation and much dis- cussion took place-. It was decided to draw up a now'bylaw, to cover the question, and to see that the regu- lations were strictly enforced. of rnihvJiy-. facilitie again cropprcl up. Aftrr much dis cussion the mayor and Councillo Mitchell were appointed a committa so we are informed in Bulle- tin No. 16, Hints lor the Grain Growers, by T. N. Willing. Ii further 'says, "If attended to early enough in the season this -weed is not hard .to destroy by fallowing but on account of its stiff prickly na- ture it is difficult to work with in [Continued from Front Wyandotte, white, pullet, 1 and 2, E. J. Cook. Class for any other variety of Wyan- dottu, 1 und 2, E. J. Cook. Lungshixn, cock and hen, 1, S. .Jones 2, J.-B. Ulrle. Lungshan, cockerel and jwllet, 1, B, Ririo. Game, cock and hen, 1 and 2, John Graham. Game, cockerel and pullet, 1 and 2 John Graham. the advanced stages of its growth. Bantams, (recommended1) The use of harrows on the weeds in John Graham. the growing crop of grain will kef-p j Huff Orpington, cock, 1 and 2, E. J all such weeds' "from making headway.' Hand pulling should be adopted when seen in roads or other uncultL vate an. Burn o Ouv local weed inspector would do well "to -pay 'more attention to these nd other noxious, weeds that ar-.- ast taking possession of cur town ots in Taber. We think if hio field s too Jarge for him to investigate onditions personally, he should have i deputy to assist .him in so doing. V drive of inspection through the own would astonish one to see the jtter neglect or carelessness of some >eople regarding the eradication of hese awful pests. The writer knows of a case last fall wherein a field should have been condemned. The mixture was hauled into town and stored up for winter Color, Flavor, Fragrance are the strong points of QjARttTOD AiSCCUTQt PURE CAROMS M Inou ase- by the farmers. The stock when fed gleanc-d the jmall amount of feed contained there- while the weeds were carried ami pattered by the winds into neighbor- ing stock yards, corrals and gard ns Mr. Willing -further should be taken after pulling not to throw down the. weeds with partly grown seeds as many of them wil ripen sufficiently to grow." Let every .individual who owns o has immediate charge of a pieces of :own or farm property, make -it his business to pull and burn nil "old weeds" at once as they are now in the advanced stage. With this united effort the weed. problem, will be solved. After an -absence of three months it the Gait .Hospital at Lethbridge ivbere. she underwent a serious sur- gical operation for abcess, Mrs. John Hill returned .this morning on the 3oo Spokane to her family and friends. Work on the bridge that is to span .he Belly River at Taber, progresses Cook. Butt Orpington, hen, 1 and 2, B. J Cook. Orpington, cockerel, 1, E. J Cook, 2, S, Jones. Bull Orpington, pu.llet, 1, E. J. Cook 2, lera 'Infanliru, Cholera Morbus and all Flurces of the bowels. When you buy DR. FOWLF.K'S, you are not experimenting with a now and -tried rfcmedy, getting one that has stood the tesf of "time. Miss Lcttio Held, Vivian, Out., writes "List year I suffered un'tol'.l from cni-jjps in the stomach and dicl not know what to do miii a friend I 'should l.ry DR. FOWLER'S EXTRACT OP WILD.STUAWBBRRY and as 1 was giad to try anything I purchased bottle. "Yvhen I had taken four doses I found relief and since then T never fuii to keep hottle in the house." AT THE BIJOU Tonight afid Tuesday Night men being daily employed to crush Parry. :he rock preparatory to .its manu. White onions, .1, S. Jones, 2, Quoug faeture into concrete. These men wei Wo Yun. ire prnctically idle [Yellow Onions, 1, U. J. Whitney, 2, tor a time are waiting for Garlic, 1, Wah Hop. 2, Harry Pickling Onio'ns, Quong Wo Yun. Turnip Beets, 1, Lang-Chow, 2, Ben James. Long Blood Beets, 1, Ben James, 2, G. E. Hemelryk. Parsnips, 1, Lung Chow, 1, >n James. Yellow Hop. Green Tomatoes, D. J. Whitney. Cucumbers, frame, Wah Hop. Cucumbers, ridge, D. J. Whitney. the arrival of the. general plans for the bridge. That the dancing season has again arrived, was clearly demonstrated last evening, when Shirt's famous lancing academy .was filled almost to overflowing. Constable John Eastman recently passed in his resignation which was accepted. Thursday evening last by order of the Mayor a special meeting of the Council was held for the pur_ pose of electing a constable to sue. seeded, 1. Quong ceed Mr. Eastman. John H. Neilson, I >un- 2' w: IL W. B. Gnibb and T. Bullock were the! -1' aspirants for the vacancy. Mr. Bul- AVhitncy. lock received the majority vote and t S.fluashes' Wllh Hop' The Peace Improved metal A young rabbits. ald office. Her- 199-0 FOUND A bunch of keys. Owner can have same by calling at Herald Office. 01.0 FOR SALE On Barilett St., one of the nicest residences in Lethbridge. All mod. you will be pleased when you see it. Price easy terms. Apply E. T. McGregor, P. 0. Block or Box 387 Lethbridge, Alta. 07.G For Windows and Doors No Robber No Felt Excludes Draughts, Dust, Smoke, etc. Renders Window Sash Noiseless and Easy Running. Saves Fuel 25 per cent I. IIIG, BOX 642 WANTED Situation in dry goods and carpet, or department store. Long experience in all branches. First class refer- ences. E. T. Herning, c.o Lethbridge Herald, or E. T. Heming, Box 72, wen Sound Out. 07.6 Coal, Ice and] TO RENT pauied by a fee of ?5, which will refunded if the rights applied for are not available but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid flu the mer- chantable output of the aiine at the rate of five cents per ion. Every of coal raining which are not being operated shall furnish the district Agent of ion Lands with a sworn statement to that effect at leaat once in each year. The lease will delude 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 o! the mine at the rate of S10 an acre. For full information application should be made_to the Secretary oi the Department of the Interior, Ot- tawa, or any Agent or Sub-Agent ol Dominion Lands. W. W. COKY, Deputy Minister of the Interior H author publication ol A large furnished room, suitable for ne or two gentlemen, with or without oard, central. 416 Burdett St. OG-G Ibis will not be paid for. POSITION WANTED Position as lady stenographer, vanted. Apply P. 0. Box, 565, Letlu bridge. 207-2 ROOMING HOUSE Furnished and unfurnished rooms. Apply John Qaiitin, Hill Block, Dufierin St. 205-0 ALBERTA SHORTHAND SCHOOL Try a Four Months Course at th "Alberta Shorthand-and Typewriting 51.52 McDougall Block, Cal- gary, and see the results. Terms un- usually moderate. Fall term opens August 31st. students. Positions secured for 202-25 _ J' to interview the Bsard of Trade for I tfocinred the purpose of having a joint corn- st'lfcted io interview the Rail- way Commission when it meets in Maoleod in September, the object be- ing to secure better railway facilities will assume Mr, Bullock authority Monday morning. Sympathy is mctcd out Jsvmes Pierson, Sr., friends in Alberta. Jlr. by his many It will be rc- (or Pincher The mating then that last winter he went ndjourned. BY-LAW CARRIED to the Herald.) Pinchor Cn-ek, Aug. I under a critical surgical operation at f the Gait hospital in Lethbridge. ami j for five months was nn inmate of thiil institution. For a time he ap- poared to hc.r-uch improved. One; week ago he became suddenly imlis- posed and became bedfast ever since. Ycgetable Marrows. D. J. Whitney. Celery, 1, Wah Hop, 2, Lang Chow. Conical Cabbage, 1, D. J. Whitney, 2, Quong Wo Yun. Flat Cabbage 1, Quong Wo Yun, 2, Lang Chow. Ked Cabbage. 1, Quong Wo Yun, S. E. Homelryk. Savoy Cabbage, G. E. Hemelryk. Cauliflower, 1, Quong Wo Yun, 2 Lang Chow. Parsley, 1, S. Jones, 2, E. Parry. Sugar Corn, ears, 1, Wah Hop, 2 Quong Wo Yun. encertained for his ul- tht- by-law to raise the sum of 000 for the protection of the Creek1 nre banks nnd other local improvements', tinmtc took place today. Considering rl.n The neat little hip-roofed four importance-of-tlio question to Ull. ,''d collage of Arrhie Lootnis i under- j i taker) is now completed nnd fur- town, the interest taken was very little and the vote polled small the' "ishcd- total being only 53. 40 wore cast in favor of the by-law and one spoiled ballot. The by_lnw therefore carrir-s DONNA TERESSA Tiie Helena, Montana, papers hav the following to say about her: Donna Teressa, tin; Spanish night- ingale presents one of the most beau- tiful and artistic scenes that have Iwen seen at the Family icr some lime. is a dance in which she Western Transfer Co. LONG BBOS.Proprietors Office opposite Balmoral FOR SALE EdisoB: Standard Fi ind large brass horn for sale cheap. P. 0. Box 325. i PH ONE: 209.G WANTED 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 26, not reserved, may be homestead- ed by any person who is the sole hgad of a family, or any male over 18 years of age, to the extent of one-quarter section of 160 acres more or Application for entry must be made in person by the applicant at a Do- iLinion Lands Agency or Sub-Agency tor the district, in which the land is situatp.. Entry b> proxy may, how ver be made at an Agency on certain onditions by the father, mother, son, aughter, brother or sister of an in- tending homesteader. The homesteader is required to per- Man wants position in to help in kitchen-or restaurant. Apply "T" Herald office. 07.6 POSITION WANTED Young English lady, tall refined and well educated seeks position in good class store or office, good sales. woman, quick at figurts.- Could maa. age business. Alta. Apply Box 132, TO RENT A furnished room, suitable for gentlvmen. Office. Apply Box K., Heral COLD BOTTLE of any of the carbonated beverages stands boautifull powned-in the rays suppii'ed the Lethbridge En-wing STRAYED On August 15th to my premises 4 niles southeast of city, a. bay mare 4 years old, branded D on right Vinicr Radishes. Lang Chow. of light from the as high- ly colored pictures ;ire thrown on the screen behind j.lightful and delicious drink. No that tht- hot and sultry weather is Ltd., miikes a Now at Other cities make money out of munlc! pally owned electric plants, why not Letlihridpc? light I knowledge of pleased cnstonicrs. Among our slancchest friends are those that have bought large of and are in a position to fully realize all that we advertise in space every ciay, that there is no such economical sonrce of buying Honse Fnnushings in Canada as right in onr store. And we do everything in our power to com- pletely satisfy every customer. The Turpin Furniture Co. COMPLETE HOUSE FURNISHERS 1 i pods, .1, G. E. Hemclryk, 2, H. J. Whitney. String Beans, 1, Lang Chow. Rroiul Deans, 1, E. Parry. 2, S. Jonos. Cos Txittuce, 1, Chow, 2, G. E. Ilemelryk. Any other Lettuce. 1. P. J. Wliilney '2, E. Parry. Spinach, 1. G. E. Hemelryk. Collection of pot nnd sweet herbs, G varieties. E. Parry. Collection of Vegetables, nct less than 8 varieties, G. E. TTcmclryk. Special. Garden Herbs. Mrs. D. J. Whit.nov. Donna Teressa, in lior novelty but. gftt nabit taking a glass a very unique j aoda orange and slides used for iron etc. dance was appreciated, j of gingt.r cream or lemon I Her poses plasliqm- i i and pretty turn. Th her act an: gorpt'ous.. Tonight she will add a- special feature, singrtig two very pretty classical congs. Her voice is very extraordinary. HAND STORE Special Vegetable Chow. Oyster, CLASS XXVII FRESH FRUITS Apples, any variety, 1. J. Tl. 2. Wm. Passey. any variety, 1. Convent. Currants, white. 1. Mrs. J. Whit- ney, 2. Convent. Currants, red, 1, W. E. Rnley. 2, j Mrs. D. J. Whitney. {Currants, black, 1, Mrs. D. J. Whit- ney. 2, Mrs. W. II. Robson. Logan Berries. Mra. J. Whitney. Ooosetorries, 1. Mrs. W. H. Hohson, ...2. Mrs. D. J. Whitney. (Concluded in tomorrow's daily.) 4IU LOOK FOK THE SIGN We have a large consign- ment ot vory superior sec- ond-hand Household Fur- niture on salon tour rooms. If you arc looking for first class goods at third class prices, come and inspect our stock. Waddington Gibbon LETHBRIDGE BREWING 4 MALTING COMPANY, Ltd houlder. weight about 1200 Ibs. Own- er can have same by proving proper- s' and paying expenses. FRANK A. MAXWELL. orm the homestead duties under ose 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 so desires, perform the required resi- dence duties by living on farming land owned solely by him. uot than eighty (dO) in extent, ia the vicinity of his homestead. Joint ownership of land will oot meet this requirement. (3) If the father (or Biather, if the father is deceased) of a homesteader has permanent residence on farming land owned solely by him, not lesa than eighty (SO) acres in extent, in the vicinity of the. homestead, or up- on a homestead entered ioi by him in the ?ych homesteader perform his own residence duties by LOST On Saturday in North Ward, fiv large, ducks, ten weeks old. Reward. Apply Box C.. Herald Office. TO LET Three unfurnished to for Tenders SEALED TENDERS will be rec iv_ ed by the undersigned until five o'- clock p.m., August 17th, 1903, for the erection of a brick fire hall for light housekeeping. Apply corner, of London and Cutbilt Sts. 09.1 TENDERS WANTED SEALED TENDERS will be receiv- ed by C.V.Bf-nnctt until four o'clock p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 26. 1908, for living with the father (or C4) The term "vicinity" in the two preceeding paragraphs is defined aa meaning not more thau nine miles in a direct line, exclusive of the width oJ road illo-janceH crossed in the measurement. (5) A homesteader intending to perform his residence duties in ac- cordance with the above wHile living with parents or on farming land own- ed by must notify the Agent for the district of-such intention. Six months1 notice in writing mnst be given to the Commissioner of Do- minion Lands at Ottawa, ot; intention to apply for patent. tne specifications may bs s en at the of- fices of the Architect, Southard Build- ing. Lettibridga. Each tender to be by a certified bank cheque for ton p r cent. of the tender and madt> payable to the S cretary Treasurer of the City of L thbridge. The cheque to bo f r- jo tht: City if the tenderer faili or ivfiws to ent. r into a satisfactory contract for completion of the building. The lowest or any t nder not ne- cessarily accepted. JAMES A. MACDONALD, 204-6 block on the corner of Round and Dttffprin Sts. Deputy of the Minister of Interior. publication ol this advertisement will not be paid Plans and specifications may seen at the residence of A. B. Pipos, cornor Bompus and Round Sts. 11 Lowest or any tender not i ly accepted. By Ordi-r of Commktee of INDEPENDENT ORDEft OF 09.4 ODDFELLOWS. SCAVENGING Any person desiring a scavenger waggon or closets c'csTicd can have same done by leaving orders with Architect.' E. P. Mee, c-o Police Station. 74-0 EXCELLENCE in Fine Job Work is Onr Motto YOU DON'T WANT ANY LAND IF YOU SAY THAT THIS ISN'T A BIG SNAP. See 320 ACRES'NEAR CHIN, ONLY LEVEL AND FREE FROM STONE jberBros. Ott Block Lethbridge ;