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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 26, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta L I T H JH D 0 I, A "t T A WtDNIIbAY, A 0 0 UtT 21, 1MI FAOl THftIK Sttnfield's Underwear comes in three weights for winter wear. And you can get just the weight you want by looking for the label on e v c r y genuine Stanfield garment. v well ana iv goou ueai 01, threshed. Every day waggons rum: ble along "our streets with goodly loads'of wheat. It seems that it was Mr. six miles south of Granum, who got hail Ills i- 111 loss Cafdston Curdston, AUK. Saturday Sunday lust wc-re 'Ideal days for the gathering of the people of tho wards for tho regular quarterly con- is estimated at It (looks as if this district of Clares holm was to escape this season. the hail llcnd label light weight BllK medium weight label heavy weight Your dealer will likeiy nave all weights. If not, he can get them for you. STUFUUS UHITO. Hilt, Claresholm Pincher Creek Pincher Creek, Aug. local Justice of Peaoo, 'ili1, G. D. 1-lurv kctt, has been kept busy the lust couple of days. Yesterday morning a man named Clarke, who drives the Arlington Hotel bus, was up on a charge of assaulting a waitress from the same hotel, named Tessie Golden Thc two had a little altercation which ended in" Clarke choking the girl and slapping her face, A iine oi and costs was imposed. Sever- al drunks made their bow to Ms wor ship this morning and were assessed a few dollars and costs. Another case, which now assumes an interest- ing aspect, also came up for hearing. It was a wages case, the defendants being .Newman Bros., well-known lurr chcrs of the district. The plaintift was a man they engaged during July at per day, this arrangement continuing till the end of the month. At the beginning of August a new arrangement was made at the plain- tiff's request, and he was engaged by the- month. After working a few days under the new arrangement, ho BUM- A good attendance at the opening .session greeted the visitors, Apostle David Muckuy and Klder Jos. Murrin of the Final Council of Sev- enty. tin: report of the Stake had been given Pros, Thus. Duce, who recounted the favorable conditions Color, Flavor, Fragrance are tho strong points of prevailing us well as the fact that till had vis- itud within the last three months, remarks were made by I'atriarchs Jno. A. and Henry Hinman and Klder Win. a young cider who has recently returned from 2am: Lars Herald Place Whei you bave anyihiif to or to reit place it ii this colanii. If you wait uytkiaf use coliiai. 25c one iaiertioi 6 insertions for SI I VOCAL MUSIC i MLss CisHJe Sinirn contralto vocal- is prepared, to visit, or receive pupils for voice production and the i art of singing. Westminster Road, i i- .1 HP ir.-.. SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING REO UL AT IONS Coal minim rigbta of the Dominion m Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the North-Weai Territories and British Colunroia, may be leagtfd for a term of twenty-one Claresholm, Aug. school opened yesterday after thc vacation. Boring at the I own well Is now fin- ished, a sufficient supply of water having been obtained. Today is taking place the first llowcr show of the Horticultural So- ciety in Claresholm. J. E. Price late section foreman, has left here to take up a similar sit uation in the neighborhood of Red Deer. The Rev. JIV. Stamer, the new In- cumbent of the English Church is expr-cted here daily from England. In the absence of a preacher the con- gregation have kept wonderfully wel together, service being held without exception twice every Sunday, H. S. Gates, of the Bank of -Commerce act- ing as lay reader. M. Davidson, editor Morning Al bertan, along with Albert Hclmer, the range insjstciui', was here lately and looked over the country with which he was much impressed. Messrs. Randolph and Merril have opened business as real estate agents opposite the Wilton Hotel under the sign of the Golden West Co. R. Rice has sold -the. north cast 1 of section- 6-12-2G to Ben Finlayson of Scotland, the price being per acre. Mrs. Cote, wife of C. J. Cote of the Wilton hotel hasr returned from visiting in the Eastern The change'-in the weather is no- thing more than pleasant and will make work easier. Between and Granum things look exceedingly denly decided to quit and left. New- nan Bros, refused to pay hi-.n any- thing for breach contract. Plaintiff admitted liu ar- rangement but claimed the food was Mr. Thomson, barrister, R.J for Newman Bros., and claim- ed that his clients were quite justi- fied by law in doing wh4t they did. The Magistrate could not see it that way however and gave judgment for the plaintiff. The defendants at once gave notice of appeal and the out- come will be watched with interest especially by ranchers and farmers, who often experience similar trouble and to whom matter is ont of importance. A large number of shooters were out .yesterday and a few good bags were brought in. The ducks arc pretty wild, according to reports. Pincher Creckr Aug. Pal- mer, who is in A. C. KemrrTis' law office, was married mor- ning to Miss Hyan. who recently ar- rived from. Limerick, Ireland. The wedding took place in the Roman Catholic Church. The happy couplo have taken, up their residence on. Christy Avenue. A rancher named' Smith who re- sides near Beauvais Lake was up bo- fore Inspector Belcher on Saturday charged with thc theft of-a. He was remanded for a week for addi- tional evidence. A son of the accus- ed is also in the toils, charged with shooting horses. The crime wus C-TM mitted during the winter. The horses the British mission. Elder .Jos. McMurrin dwelt largely on the beauties of our lakes, and mountains as the outing trip provid- ed by President Wood at the Water- ton Lakes and over the Cochrane ranch had left a lasting and withal! a most pleasurable impression Vp. ti; his mind. After travelling in the1 Alps and beholding the scenic grand- cur of their lakes and fastnesses, he could safely say that they wore not so enchanting to him at least as were the beauty spots only a day's drive to thc west of us. The speaker grew decidedly enthusiastic as he i the future of our great country in this end ol To Apostle Mackay thc vastness of our country and its untold wealth of soil and' climate were also revela- tions, lie had formed no adequate idea of the great natural resources of Alberta before thc trip had per- mitted of their beholding. Ho" commended our stake report and the kindly spirit manifested by all he had met and especially by Pros. desiie to serve and to seek the welfare of others. The vital el- ement of any religion was its power to cause its devotees to serve with others. This was the Christ-spirit. An unusual feature of the opening' session was thc report of each ward, of all stake officers and quorums in the priesthood by standing count. The figures were recorded by Apostle The afternoon session was still bet ter attended. Following the remarks hy S. Williams and reports of their respective wards hy Bishops Stewart (Mountain Smith and Tanner, came the discourse of the Inlhience of tfie Little by Dr. Geo. H. Brim- hnP- at the Young Univer RAM LAL'S PURE TEA It's RICH, CLEAR COLOK, fresh FRAGRANCE and DE- LICIOUS FLAVOR have made it hosts of friends. Are YOU one yet? IT IS PURE! Ram Lai's Tea is sold only in Lethbridge by THE BE NT LEY CO. LTD. TO RENT A lurnislu-d room, suitable for two gentlviiUMi. Apply IJox K., Herald 208.0 FOR KLNT Nicely furnished rooms with bath. 12 Kouuu tit. 213.6 One .street FOR SALE milcii cow. Apply Ford mill. 213-O The CoaUale Restaurant Is tlie-place to got a good Square Meal. Everything new and clean. Csiunfcii ItttMfiflt's m grand Coaldale Block. Short Orders at all Hours 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 Alberta Restaurant! WANTED On Aujjiwi 26th for the Hotel Cy. ri'a.s, Creek, an ex. uead Dining Room girl. yearn at annual rental of an acre. Kol more than acres wili be leaded to one applicant. Application for .a lease muni be made to the Agent or Sub-Agent of the district in which the righta ap- plied for are situated. In surveyed territory she Uod must be described by sections, or ie gal subdivisions of sections, and in uusurveyed territory the tract appli- ed ior shall be staked out. Each application must be accom- panied by, a fee of which will refunded if the rights applied for are not available but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the mer- chantable output of the ifline at tbe rate of five cents per ton. Every of cos! mining which are not being operated shall For GOOD MEALS Sho) t Orders at all Hours Prompt and Efficient Service Oliver Block Phone 22S I'Tire fare. Apply between 4 and 5 p.m. to Yd. Downer, Hotel Goal- 213.0 General WANTED Bervani tt once. Appiy j Mrs. J. corutir Dufferin and i liartk-u bts. 212-0 THE HUB CAFE Has now opened its new room and can chiim to have the largest as well as tlic best .restaurant ac- commodation in Southern Alberta. I sitv. Taber r, Dan Burns and Ed Wright have just finished har .vesting a handsome crop of oats iu. range 18, township 12, belonging- to Dr. Aiken of Taber. 5Ir. Wright "Considering the newness of the land being the first unus- ually large yield will be the result." He further said, "Cecil Barrow of Claresholm, who also has a home- stead in that vicinity, has his large steam thresher in readiness to at a moment's notice." HUD DIARRHOEA FOR SEVEN WEEKS Thousands of infants die annually who could be saved by the timely use of DR. FOWLER'S EXTRACT OF WILD STRAWBERRT. There can be no doubt about it. Sixty-three experience proved this sterling remedy to be the best for Diarrhoea. Dysentery, Colic, Cramps, Cholera Infantum, Cholera Morbus Sum- mer Complaint, and all bowel were valuable racing stock and be- TimL the Taber tlistrjct is not One longed to ,llr. Jno. Brown, of tbe Ghinook Ranch, who is well-known locally us a breeder of this class i.f horses. Thc K.N.W.M.P. have uecu quietly working on the case in the meantime and last week offeclo-1 vhu nrrest of young Smith. whit in_the rear of many of our t Id- er sister towns that arc spoken of so highly with regard to their im- mense yields of grain, is portrayed on every hand. Our province is ex- tensive, its soil is universally mel- j low, rich, and productive, its long No services were held in either th-; j days of anct ripening sun Haptist, Methodist or Presbyterian' in both children and adults. Many of the imitations sold are posi Churches last evening, there being held instead a mass meeting of the throe congregations In Hinton's Hall to hear the Kev, Mr. Fortune, thc field secretary o thc Temperance'and I Moral Reform Association. Religious exercises were conducted by Bovs. iFinlay and Spencc. The address given The City Bakery FOUND Pin brooch with monogram. Own. I er can have stunt by applying to the and paying for this ad anc FRESH TODAY Preserving Plums Thimbleberries Peaches Prunes Cherries Etc., etc. Rock Bottom Prices OUR ICE CREAM TAKES THE LEAD Chow Sam Co. McKelvie McGuire's Old bland trouble. 214.0 New FOR SALE seven roomed nicely j' furnished, good location, a snap, all ;ior Cash 5700. monthly installments. B., Herald Oflice. Balance by Apply Box 214.6 furnish the district Agent of Domin- ion Lauds with a sworn statement to that effect at leaat once in each year. The lease will delude the coal mining rights only, bui the lesee may be permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may be con- sidered necessary for the working ol the mine at the rate of an acre. For full information application should be made to the Secretary oi the Department cf the Interior, Ofc tawa, or any Agent or Bub-Agent ol Dominion Lands. W. W. CORY, Deputy Minister of the Interior publication of this advertisement will not be paid WANTED Two waitresses. Apply Alberta Res- taurant. 214.0 FOR SALE Sal- for Hall .Marvin, Cost Will sel tor SlaO.TO as I Have no use for it Iv N. Barker, Cardston. 214.6 BFJCKWORK WANTED Brickwork vented by practice man, bakers ovens a specially. Ad dress Box. L., Herald Office. 212.6 for. HAS tively dangerous, as they often check the diarrhoea too suddenly and cause inflammation. .interests ami predicted that in Fortune was ft vcry ric scvercl-v scorctl thc Htlllor five Always insist on the genuine Albortn would he a prohibition FOWLER'S. Sold at all medicine dealers i province at 35 cents bottle. Mr. F. O. Hv'dr of Letlibrlrtge is Mrs. A. B. De Marchand, Bath, N.B Jin town today, writes "My baby '.vas troubled with Diarrhoea for nearly seven weeks. I tried three different doctors, but none left this district last ycnr to them could do her any 'good. I advised to try DR. FOWLER'S KXTKACT OF WILD STRAWBERRY and less than half a bottle cured her." Manufactured by The T. Mflbnrn Co.. Limited, Toronto, Ont. See that their name is on the wrappe-i thua ins'ire getting the genuine- and Mrs. E. P. Southworth. live in B. C. ;ire imck again nnrt will reside here onrc more. Quite a num- ber of our residents have tried B. C. for n while during thc last rouplt of vears but with one or two exceptions with a proper an scientific system of soil culture by hy the agriculturist places Albert today, second to none for the raising of grain upon this grent Hemisphere. in order therefore to maintain this great distinction, we must "iurm right." Jacob Aeiaehule, of Irvine, Alta., with 20 men. equipped with teams, plows.'and scrapers, passed through Tuber this morning for Lcthbridge, where Mr. Aeiaohrle has secured a contract for st root grading and ratl- rond grading. Nin.uy per. ivnt. of the grain u. this district is and is ready jor thc thresher. U. has been can-fuMy estimated Unit MOVED Across tho street to the building vacated by the Singer Machine Company 1st East of fire Patrons will find the City Bakery in a better position than ever to cater to their wants. FOR SALE OWNER wishes to half of Sec. 7-8-19 about 12 miles Lethbridge, near canal, railroad and Will Bring the G. T. P. To Time Ottawa. Aug. transcon- tinental commission'has tak- en stt-ps to cuinvl the contract with Reynolds for tho building of miles of tho suction of the National Trjuisrontinental. 'Tlw con- tract, for thc c. instruct ion of this portion awarded to the Grand Trunk Pacific ll.iihvjiy. which sublet they are back and arc content remain in Alberta. to live times more foil grain will IHI drilled here this season than has been during nny previous year. A light shower of rain visited this district this afternoon. Tiie Peace Improved metal FOP 'Mm ani Doors No Rubber No Felt Excludes Draughts, Dust, Smoke, etc. Renders Window Snsli Noiseless and Easy Running. .jSaves Fuel 25 per cent 0. m, Sole Agent fop Letiibrtiljp BOX ii-12 neighbors, i'rice SlSj Hand, Hotel Windsor. terms. R. 217.G FOR SALE Five roomed cottage on Burdett St. Apply 620 Burdett St. 201-0 WANTED Position by competent stenograph- er. Over five years experience, gooc references. Apply Box E., Herald Of net. 215. TO RENT Mrs. Balderson would like gentle- men for room and board. Apply two Stevenson's in 215-0 SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST HOMESTEAD REGU- LATIONS Any even numbered section ol Do- minion lands in Manitoba, Saskatch- ewan and Alberta, excepting 8 and 6, not reserved, may be hoaiC'sluucl- d by any person who is the sole head f a family, or any male over 18 years of age, to the extent of one-quarter ection of 160 acres or less. ippjicaticn for entry must be made u person by J.he applicant at a Do- tLiuio'n Lands Agency or Sub-Agency tor the district in which tbe 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 ho'inesteader is required to per- form the homestead duties under one of tbe following plans: (1) At least six months' residence upon and cultivation of tbe land in each year for three years.' (2) A homesteader may, if he so storey house of Mr- North Ward. WANTED To rent two or three furnished nr requirement. desires, perform the required resi- dence duties by living oc fanning land owned solely hy him, noi ISM than eighty (BO) acies in extent, la- the.vicinity of his homestead. Joiit ownership of land will not meet this unfurnished rooms suitable for light Housekeeping. Apply Box D., Rerald Office. 21G.G TO RENT Furnished rooms with stove or fur. nish.'d hoiis.-. Apply Box H. 217.2 National Tninsi'ontiiH'iituI commis- sion ri'LViUly served no tiro on the T. I'. thi'iv would thirly-livo hundred put. in or tin LOST Lost brtwtvn Lethbridge and Dia- mond City Saturday, a lady's crnv_ enctte rain coat. Finder leave at Herald office. Box G. 21G.G to n tlu> work contract would it to the KryiK'i'ls company, an Am-j Jif taken off tlu-ir hands jmd the com- rriran concent. They have done- a mission would do tho work itself, good deal 01 pivliininnry work hut' while the guarantee of tho have fa Hod TO make adequate pro-' Grand Tnmk Facilic would ho con- actiial roadway. Tho fiscated. WANTED Two men with teams and drills to (3) If the father (or mother, if the father is deceased) of a homesteader has permanent residence on farming land owned sololy by him, not less than eighty (80) acres in extent, in the vicinity of the homestead, or up- on a homestead entered foi by him in the licinity, such homesteader mar perform his own residence unties by living with the father (or (4) The term "vicinity" in the two proceeding paragraphs is defined .as meaning not move than nine miles in a direct line, exclusive of the width of road allowances crossed ia the 1 measurement. homesteader intending to Who's to Dm the Magnificent leather Chair plapd in Dir You may be the lucky person. For every dollar's worth of goods sold from now till Nov. 30 we give a coupon. On tho 30th of November send in your coupons. There is no more complete stock of House Furnishings in Canada for a town of this and our prices are at rock, bottom. You only pay for your own goods here. in Furniture Co. seed wintrr'whpat on our ranch Just j perform his residence duties in ac- north of Chin. Tho O. W. Kerr Co.. cordance with the above wHile living Southard Block. parents or on farming land own- _ _ __ ed by must notify the Agent ALBERTA SHORTHAND SCHOOL ifor the district of such intention. Six months' notice in writing mnal be given to the Commissioner ot Do- Try u "Alberta Shorthand and Typewriting W TO. Ml For YOISF ssao Every molKcr should be familiar wilh the facts contained in our new The. Care and Feeding of Infants. It is the work of the leading specialises on Diseases of Bsbics, and chronicles ll.e results o( of study ar.d experience. If you have a new baby- and especially if you cannol wrile for a free copy ct valuable book. We will alfo cost lo large sample of NESTLF.'S FOOD. perfect sisbili'.ute for mother's milk, h is the bcsl nourishment for even the youngest Infonls. THE LEEMING MILES CO. LIMiTED, ST. LAWRENCE BOULEVARD, MONTHEAU 51.52 McDougall I minion Lands at Ottawa, ol intention j gary. and see the rosults. Terms un-1 lo apply for patent. W. W. COIVS, Deputy of the Minister of usually August 31st. students. ran secured for 202.2G Write for Free Copy ol tills Book DRESSMAKING Dressmaking by the day. Simin, Westminster Road, Ward. Miss North 216.6 Interior. publication ol this advertisement will not be paid Ior. ROOMING HOUSE Furnished and unfurnished rooms Apply John Dnfierin St. Qantin, Hill Hlock, 205.0 SCAVENGING Any person dcsirinp a scavenger waggon or closets cleaned can have same XT leaving orders with E. P. Iviee, c-o Police Station. 74-0 TEACHER WANTED Teacher wanted (ft-male) for New. lands School District No. 1145. duties to oommeice on Sept. 1st next and to continue lo the end of term. Apply :tating experience, what certificati nrto aua salary expected. WM. CAWDRON, Box 426, 210.0 Lethbridge. PICK THIS UP QUICK 480 ACRES CHOICE FARM LAND SOUTH OF S0C COALDALE, ONLY MUST HAVE EQUITY IN CASH. For this and other bargains __ I Ott Block Lethbridge ;