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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 12, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta statute Citing cf'the Supreme Court in this city-Jor opened this'juorniifg and there was quite a large atvendancti of outside counsel and witnesses on No'judges however, speart'd to take the court and the registrar was unable to state when a. judge Might be expected. 'At yesterday a, wire was ic- ceived froiu the chief-juhtico udjourn- icf the court, for two weeks. The members o.f in.. attendance r Ai. wired strong to the provincial attorney general and to the minister of'juiTice at Ottawa. The arizes herefin October last journed three days for want of a judge and second delay without roused the ire ol counsel and litigants. The board of trade which meets Thursday will take the matter up, _ NATAL.ACT PASSED to British Columbia Must Submit to Victoria, JR. C., Feb. honor the Lieutenant Governor'came down -to the House yesterday aftertioon gave, the royal assent'to the bills which have so far passcsd the House enacted Natal Act aasont-to which was withheld last year. Preparations have been coin pieted f to put the acL into force so that meanwhile ifnmigiants landing in British Columbia will havo to sub mit to an educational test. IN HISTORY That ,U the Report Montreal Cottor Had to Make Montreal. Feb. the "annua meeting of the Montreal Cotton coin pany-_heki at noon-jvefeterday, -Presi dent Evdng said last ,yr-ar had "been the most successful in the history o the company. Referiing to iccen troubles at Valley fields mills, Mr Ewing said that everything wag now running smoothly. The saler for th- year amounted to and tin after 'providing foi tlfe usual'insurance other IOS.TV es, writing off for the depreciation on buildings, machineiy, and water pmv "er, and the company i quarterly dividend of L 3-4 per cent. per annum 'and ,to cany forward, a jium profit and loss. Lisbon, and Re- publican numbers .of Parjuunuiu debute..} recently called jKiu'g Carlos 'the chief of a gang" and' ic funds" criminal" atv is "a guzzler 'and "win as bibber." wl wine 's- 'i the sonejr went to the treasury aud ed himeeli.until 'it was nounced he had overdrawn FAMOUS SHIP TAVtKN CLOSED Wjlliam-Pitt.'.Befare the Instituted the Inn's r'_ Bai? Dinners London, Ship Tavoin, one of. the most Lomlouls riverside ot Greenwich, has closed its doors' aftcH- an existence extending 'back to the flays of the statesman, William Pitt, w-lto denounced the -war agairist the American colonies and after whom named Foit from which city Of Pittslrirg takes its name. It was at the Ship tavern that Pitt instjtuted the famous ministerial dinners term of sir- ten years as a member, of the minis- tery. In the .days i.wnyn- Greenwich was a "fashionable, riverside resort the :Shin._tayern_Tbecame 'known all over the world. It'was Pitt -was leader of years ago that_ he introduced the custom but from Iwr he could not obtain cent. i The .slain, monarch..was the fattest monarch in and it'was no uncommon thing to hear him- re- ferred to a-hog. He has been called a vulture feasting on the offal of political.corruption." Demand made at one-time for the priine minister to 'call upon" Cai log to mortgage private'property pay-his debta, amounting leave liie country under "pen alty of imprisonment. The republi can "leader who' made tlfe demaiu wound up by proclaiming a republic the spot., Carlos ordered the .roops to clear the chamber and an noiuiced Parliament dis solved. He the would no call another for two year? unless the money Jie wanted rwas forthcoming The matrimonial troubles the Castellanes a climax at ar entertainment of' King'Carlos. Bon 'having arianged a fete that eclipsec any piven. The; enjoyed the dinner im His own private chef help to prepare r i- "5 S 'The cook tin jing on Ins jaunts, and was carefu for the enormous >f hL> majesty tlm, choicest jbtaimible. -The. king-always viaitacl when he called at home friends. He had a royal thirst as appetite-' 'o vine. He paid no attT.tiqn to th advice of physicians and suffere jreatly from gout." His" love of eating'was ill over the world, si -lucks at a dinner. He ,tri d nearl I every style of cooking-in the work (t house "f or ow'n'ifse during reason following, tlie .expiration .lm term oi office., l Rooee- elt i n't end a to spend several uiouths nf Kugiand next summer' start- iif of the-capitals of tlie outinent. v pres idenWias not- Lon- on since wieddini here in 188C n St. Georige'8tHanover Square. He many personal in Lon- lon many of wlwm attended his wed- lifig.'" v two ?of r Ban k of and are pre- pared to kinds of ONLY: Arnold i'l Bill Afaintt; Bank Pretident Badly Cut" v J Toronto, Feb. 11 Justice kfulock today'' gave his in Arnoldi vs. Cockbum case, awarding Arnold! and costs. Af- ield i sued for In October': 190G, G. R. K. Cockburn, the then president of the Ontaiio Bank re- tained "Frank Arnoldi, K. C., to de- Echd him in ehaiges against him of 'laving made false retains to the gov- regarding t5io Ontario liwr.k. was acquitted January '907. Arnoldi's bill' for ressiag both Ladies' aul Genlle- I mcn'i Vulktl lor1 'aud delivered A. Hutton Pfcote 265 109 was but' Cockburn 'Hsputed the amount' and offered WO, v.'liercupon Arnoldi asked for ingratitude, raising the bill to ONLY MiM- IUI4 and found in' all of them. The king was a great-'sportsman; He- was'-fat for hunting ar.d his lazi- ness and "great weight whic'1 v.'.-n close tir 300 pounds; pi evented rvich shoot- but in earlier .life he enjoyed both. He attended the" whenever possible and had a stable -ofhis ovtn. -At many seaside resorts of the fon- tier.t TCir.g Carlos created a well merited sensation. -In builcj ecme as being a hippopotamus ES a human can, and when h" was the water he disported joyously as the rotund "liver lrr-.e of the "Nile. In domestic life he was with.his handsome 3tiiri' Amerite, and it v.-as said only Ftiat .Is the of Miss Vanderbilt's Trousseau The trousseau of Miss Gladys Van- lerbilt, who was marjied to" t'ue 1'ount Szechnezi ol Austria a few days igb, cdht, it is estimated, Tlie gown cast A-few oi 'ess expensive articles "io'se co.it Duchesse coat l.OOOJ Sable coat Vnothof fur coat '2 ball gowns L2 diiDier gowns gowns gowns.........---- 2a500 '2 12 GpO (Not u shoes stocKings to'match every K Hats to fen muffs nnd boas Two dozen silk, petticoats lace-and-chiffon" blouses. various other ranging fronT r But is flush and anyway it is not our mon- ey. of yearly gathering together JW the the parliamentary' session o n theTl uiffeience? were and money affairs matters. of FROZEN TO DEATH Another Ontario Man Life Loses His of the the judges of the higher courts, and tire--members of the government to partake "ot a at 'thp Ship tavern, Green- wich, known as'the ministerial white bait dinner. Its feature was the white bait a small fiish not much more than inch in length, for .Greenwich is which i? considered a great delicacy. It is eaten with cay- enne peper, 'lemon juice, arul brown bread and butter. t The custom of the mini.-terial wiu'te bait dinner at the Ship tavern her sick mother. -This line' wa? continued regularly" lime'it! blocked with snow and witlvthe mer- was instituUnl by Pitt until ter that tme the not ob- aerred jeguli.rly and ten years ago it fell into entire "disuse. Bcilin, Out., Feb. Leh- man, of Preston, was found frozen" to death wthin 400 yards of his home. Lehmnn went to Guclph from ton intending to travel to Grr- maiiy by .the Guelph-Goderich line join his wife-who was attending cury 29 below_ zero, he started to mm rwip mo m STICI AN N U.AL Feb. 25 and 26 In Oliver's Hall Jroui Soc.-Treas. 2nd house Adam's "Lumber Yard 1C house, ceotrally down ftamo, balance eaiy. 5 roomed cottage aud 2 lots Bartlett Street, cash. A at ibisi Bgurp, UMMIIEQtY tatffiteltak I i I i i 1111111 i l i 1111111 u i 111111 i 1111 m Facts iUnt Eriiltej, Biggs and Sansst Colones ie Wte aid Sitter CaHntles, Cal. -IV'J j- jVr. S 1 j rt f f J i J r- t Wi li. Greatest Deciduous Fruit Dtttrict Fivo to six crops qt alfalfa uaaually. Climate which has made the state famous. Plenty of cheap water for irriga- tion. No cyclones, no blifcfcards, no droughts. Continuous growing and cropping sfeason. Richest soil in the state, and home of diversifitd fanning. Oranges ripon from four to stx'weeks earlier-'than iu other parts of the state railroads, telephones and good Electric "mteruibau cars connecting with the large cities, Irrigation from Feather River, the third largest stream in the state. Annual rainfall 20 inches. More than 300 Jays of sunshine every year. .Magnificent scenery, good hunting and fine fishing. A good place to live and u sure place to make money in. or call on H. W. FUELING, tan! fcpt IfripM In. Ci. For Information and Literature Irtri, letttrtye, Caia Agents Wanted PtOFCSSIONAL CAIDS ORt McCLURE It STEWART, Bur- geou Office 9a.m. to 12nJ; 1 p.m. to 5p.m. -i HAM ILTOH YOUWO Block, W.8.GALBRAITH, M.D.C.M. McQHI Phytkian, Acceuchtr Office 914 Redpath 8i. 'Phone S3 Hours-Before 2 7-5 K.C., O.C.L., B. Merlon B. C. L, CCNY5EARE Barristprs, Solicitors, Etc. Office: Conybeare Block." Lcthbridgt, 22-lyr. "l ,000 FIRE AT MONTREAL Montreal, Feb. last night did damage estimated at the fur oat a b] is hm en t of C. Beasrittc, Xotre Djime St." Doilard lano. The Wayne and Grosvener cafes which occupied the_ground floors" suf- fered considerably from.-wator. The loss partly covered by A FEATURE ATTRACTION WATCHES, Etc. _ WATCHES-B rot on main- fipring. needs denning, -brok- en parts or any thingi else th2 matter. Owing to the constant demand of the public for something good in the musical line and a novelty, to offer "The Minstrel Mauls" coinjwscd of voung of refine- ment endowed with beauty, wit and. choral talent, whose training has been in the hands' of Mrs. E. Lary and A. E. Wolff, (of the Juvenile iioatonians) which fact alone is _a guarantee of the excellence" of the company. The performance., consists of the regulation old-time minstrel, first part, and a novel swond part, introducing selections from all the P.infs nsed "soldering, stones iiiieiiiig- size or made larger. -Brooches, chains, pins-or 'anything else in jewelry lincs uccd repaii ing. SPECIALTY C. Ross Tate The Sign of the Watch pord St, near City'Hall The ftlberta Railway and Irrigation Company Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THE MARKET T I Lots Norn of tte lailnal aad West of Westniiister U FROM A I f EACH Also a few Acre Lofe East of .Westminster :Road, each TERMS EASY One-third cash, one-third 0 months, balance 12 months. Interest 6 per cent, per annum d. (M liti, W. C. SIMMONS AdvociU, Barrister, Etc. Office: Southard Block. Money to Lend on Town and Farm -Property. B. C. MOORE Funeral Director and Embalmer to Presbyterian Church. Oflice Phone 102. Residence 136. F. B. ROLFSON ARCHITECT Room t Whitney Block. 39-0 Daily Herald Market j9u have uytkMf to scHtr tt revt it b this cdiMu. If yM wMt uythtif use tkis 25e iuertiM 6 iuertitu ftr SI WANTED TO BUY of chickens, layers pre- ferred. Apply to W. L. cor- ner Glyn and Ford Sts. 52 6 in the Basement on Cop. currying a He. was within 50 yards ot a farm he dropped. latest musicwl comedies. Tin's com-h pany has boon playing to pr.cked houses whereever they npeared. This company appear in' Oliver's Hall for 2 nights comcncing Wednes- day, Tebruary 12. Seast are now sJling at Johnson's drup ttore and should b? early as thc'room is limited.'' KING LEAVES LISBON Going to Sncnd Couple cf Weeks In The Country i .Lisbon, Feb. Oiaro do Xo ticas in its issue oi torlay <5ays thatj King Manuel will leave Lisbon short- Three Chair Barber Shop Electrical'Massage. Newest Things in Private Post Cards Cisrara and lobaccoa Mort. Priest -wt Ftar GRIND iy for Cintra where he will pass sev- eral months. Gintra is fourteen miles Jjisbon and has a royal sum- mer Furthermore the chamber of deputies wi'l ro-.vsomblp 20 th whrn Jfarmel t .vill take the. oath. A politician who [held position under former Premier Franco and a leader in the Franco party has dvcidwi advise ilia" partisans to support the gov Vrri'rneni'in'the cominp election. AGITATES .JAPS Feb. fresK. crop ol war cliiefly eni- tnating in New York nre being cabled to Tokio crcaimg unrest i the minds of UK- Japanese paoliC. The people being nnablfi; fo explain tne continued chauvinism of the United States in consist I of the..Japanese officials IS ON THE MARKET All Onlcrs StrictSy to Cash Mnst be Paid on Dellvtry SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING REG- ULATIONS i. WANTED YOUNG MAN wants work at paint- ing, glazing or odd jobs of repairing. Kinnear, Box 626, or 114 Smith St.- _ "50-6 LOST 'LOST, oii_ Saturday evening JDuffcrin St. east of .Chinook club, man's winter glove, -Reward on re- turn to the Herald office. 51-0 SERVANT WANTED GENERAL SERVANTV wanted at, once. Apply to -Mrs. G. L. Vrooman.: FOR SALE One Holstein cow, one hundred chickens, a chicken coop and a stable. Apply P. James, near A. R. 1. library. 522 BRYAN IN TORONTO Toronlo. Or.i.v.Vcb.' iiip.gs leader of. t'ie Democrat- ic party of the United States, arrived "in Toronto from Montreal this monv Coal mining-rights of the'Dominion j Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the North-West' Territories and British Columbia, may for.a .term twenty-one years at an annual rental .of acre. .Not more, than acres be leased to one applicant. Application for a lease must be made to the Agent or Sub-Agent of the district in which the rights ap- plied for are situated. In surveyed territory the land must he described by. sections, or, le- gal subdivisions of sections, and in unsuryeycd territory the tract appli- ed for shall be staked out. Each application must be accom- panied by a fee of which will be refunded .if the rights applied for are not available but hot otherwise. A royalty shall be paici on the mer- fchantable output, of mine at the j rate of five cents per ton. 1 'Every lessee .of coal mining rights which are not being operated shall ion Laiuls- with a sworn staternettt to j that effect at least once in each year. The lease will include the coal mining rights only, but the lesee may .be permitted to purchase whatever Jen- available maybe con- li in g. He is a 'o "demonstrate the sincerity of their {Club under :uo5t of the Canada in n whose auspices lie [desire to ,a.vokl friction. speaks at luncheon ELEC TEMPEJRINO CARROT) EXCLUSIVB PROCeSS, PVeSOTVES THE CARBO MAGNETIC ilht wfcat tMs hitiiic I nTTf AM EVERLASTIMQ ill ACNI Sold by C. W.GRAY, r Uthbridge, AlU. Lethbridge Ironworks Comnany P.O. Sox 122, LIMITED Distiicc Founders, Gefttnl BiickmitKi. Jobbers. LETHBRIDGE ALBERTA the Market write ttt for on Cast Iron mi Sled Ur WWtH sidercn necessary for the working of the.mine at.thft rate of an.acre. For full information application srmuld. be made to -the Secretary of of Interior, Ot- tawa, or any Agent or Sr.b Agent of Dominion W. CORY, Deputy Minister, the Interior. publication of 'hi? tidverdsoment will not bo paid} for. i TO RENT A large furnished room in a fully modern house. Apply A. F. Werts, A. R. ff. :I. ticket office or corner Bart- lett oriel Courtland Sts. 525 TENDERS WANTED SEALED BULK TENDERS will be received by the undersigned until 5 o'clock p'. mr, Feb. 18th, Jor the work of all trades, except heating, required in the erection of an additional storey to the Coaldale Hotel at this place. Separate Tenders for the heating will be received at the same time. The lowest or any tender not ne- cessurily accepted. Plans and specifications on view at the offices of the architect, rooms 20 and 21 Southard Building. 48-9 JAMES A MSCDONALD, Architect. The 3 Herald 1 9 Afccrta KILLED AT- SYDNEY, N. B. j Sydney, K. B., Fru. rvfie- l.leod, about 21 years old, was killed in the rolling mills of the Dominion Iron and Steel company this morning by being entangled in the machinery, his body being carried under the rdllors and his neck broken." llfilfMiiiiifiM ;