Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 24, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta
JfcM... T f. J SOU) ONLV iM HI t ff T H DO t.., AX H T A. M O H 0 A Y., F H R U A R Y 24, IMI i, J WpWAY'S ROYALTE AS I ESTABLISHED IN THE IEIGN OF KING WILLIAM IV. v, -v "S Hove the largest Sate of any high-grade Tea in the World w J -j> _ and per Ib. v The iiuiijiH.lmi.nt of Mi. (Robertson referred" to and aie now in a condi- j" was dow iT by" seventeen to two that they USM! tani that the advantage .central location makes no great, 'difference. He said ahat the of Jeniis in reference to, 'eternal could, nut be taken' in a figurative very, words which proved that the punishment of the wicked -.vas 'Everlasting were also used in reference to the eternal felicity of the -J sometimes hear those outside iheT even Catholics, say hat the ''fire referred to 'is the fire of -said Father Staley. Ac- cording to -a decree from Rome we cannot grant absolution' to those who refuse to believe that -this is a real fire." A priest of .the Roman Catholic churcli, in conversation with The church, in conversation, this morn- injr, stated that the decree _was is- sued by the Sacred Congregation in 1890. Tlus was to the effect that any- body who did not believe that the fire referred "to, was something distinct from conscience, after being duly warned lutioh: 16 rooaitxi house, centrally located, same, balance easy. 5'roomed cottage and 2 lots BartleLt Streer, cash. t snap at'this figure. A rbnea II ill! IIH-II i I H i 11 i I H H 1111111111111111111 r with the home of'an'agricuHural'cpl- lege, that is in a good location. "Magrath" has and" it-tots kind" of culture. It has conditions 'for. seven WLLL NOT iiK A jrANSAUD" one of The eader of _ riculturul purposes.' along the Camp. The Legislature pccting that thi was crowded, ex- 01 union's Comyen- bell theory for many years and un- i h rs py ol tlu- UOCK me leaner 01 tnc s Bpsides that Magrath -is" -right is }.hc Opposition n.ovcd a resolution sation Act wouid be dealt with thc district of intcnsivc farming sc-cohdod. mem her-for ttosebud on thc order paper foi consid- and Cown, which has (Air. Lhat a "Hansarrt" oration by the Committee of the agricultural enterprise than ,iiiM.ituteir in T TIJTE -BRAtXAGK ACT lion. W. II. Uushinjr in inpvinp the second "The AUwrta Act" said, In rt'tfard to the bill 1 might thrtfrequests have come froiii of 'the pro- -viticc to 'undcrtak'e-'drairiagc works, not.only for, tho improvement of ronds but in many cases for the improvement off private lands, :and iti does reasonable that these works should be undertaken at of thc" government sure resin-ding below ground rcatling The Lcadct 01 thc Opposition is the fact that the south is united upon' Magrath as the place for such recehed their third an institution. This satisfaction was the hours of work should not be grunted abso- to the nature of the lire the doctrine was not distinctly defined. A nmddy flow ing into clear for a time mils along by itself.? A'lStt'e further dovm they unite; and the whole is impure. So by'bin, a short timeJzeep company, bi.it a little later they min- Let us know by plione or post card that your 'clock requires repairing, and we will send a man to get it, and wbeu'-ropaired we will return it-and.sei it up. FOR SALE IN THE VILLAGE OF STIRLING 1-2 acres of land, comprising Lots 1 and 2, 331ock 21, fenced, and good res- idence 30 x 30, painted and well fur- nished all through; stable for 8 heac of horses; small workshop; vegetable pit full of vegetables; good chicken coop and bunch'of good chickens; am of hay. Must ba Sold in thirty lays. CASH' No incurr.b2rances Oal! or M. Kiddt Stirling, ym hm_ Miw Ttnt ftu it ta l II ym thto LOST" TWO'BIG BAY- HORSES, one- ing' four white feet. Both-, braadtd on L B. Also one brown horse 6 years old branded on thifH" quarter 'circle 6.. -110 reward-will be given on return to Quonf door west-of postofflce. BING.W.O. GIRL WANTED A GOOD GIRL for general- work. Apply to Mrs. Geo. Taylor, Bartlett St. FOR SALE OR TRADE NEW SIX-ROOMED HOUSE, good location. Small payment dbwiC bat ance easy. Aply Geo. Ppacock, Leth- bridge. __'. 5frO, WANTED Good dining, room -girl at the Cowley Hotel, Cowley. 636 Every Job Guaranteed C. shown at the meeting of the southern nas Jxiards of trade when Magrath was a. ret tun showing all corres unanimously seleqted. Mr Elton is the orator of the dis- pondence in the of telegrams ond letter the Morang Tub- trict, and -puts up as plausible a story h-hmj? Oompain and all Oiclors f'ouncii elating tcj the contract m a3 can be. Mr. Jciiff is a practical lor farmcr Of the most advanced kind, the supplying 01 text books, to be can show to the 'satis faction of li-id the table of thc House. what the- country can pro- The budget IM; lieluercd by the duce Tuesday next _ _ ___..., makes provision lauds so- bonefittod mav bo- assessetl -a--fair; proportion of thc cost of the Jn a grentrnmny places in. the pro- vince.'it ;s neccssflryj In-fore the roads 'tan be ,improved that certain drain- age his-to bo, pat' in." This drnina it'jwssi'ilc'to make thc .nccessurj-- road improvements also thc same reclaims a very of lam! makes Tate The Sign of the Watch Ford St, near City Hall The Garbutt Business Cbiiege Of li a mo-it-r-i eoitrs K in c tban-i and emplo.Vb exywrt [inpans people 'for iri'iopt-n nud "L." 37-0 F. G. PROFESSIONAL CARDS ELEW TRAIN OFF TRACK A SAD CASE IN ONTARIO Terrible in the North of Mount Albert, Ont., Feb. A piti- j ful tale of a young girl's vengeance land Belfast, Feb. Xorth-W-st and the North of Ireland were in thcj grasp of a hurricane Saturday which j left death and destruction in its wake. Jn thV Mersey river, a schooner was and eight men were drown- small .steamers arc re poried in distress off Holyhead whiK a numlx'r of smaller'era ft have been flrivMi No less than onfsdoi- on granddtixnd.s "at blown down and many of the -had gathered to wit- ness the'football Barnes were injured. A train' running between Burton Point and Donegal, was blown off tht rails by the- wind whilo- crossing "a viaduct and. nearly -crashed inio- a boh beneath. ,The passengers were roscuctl unhurt. Thc launching, at Rolfast of the new; 25.000 ton steamer Rotterdam for the Ne.w, York service of Holland--American line had to on a ..man who she hor, of her ten mile trip through HIHJW n fields of East Gwill- imbury late at night, to destroy this mans burns, her subsequent prosecu- tion by this middle aged farmer who evidence admitted wrongfhtf her, ind who now seeks to send her to the penitentiary on a charge of arson, came out in a law caso.. Mabel Allen the accused is 18 years old. At the inquest these fact.? were brought 'o light. The girl is as incendinaiy and James Hopkins ac- cusses her. The girl will have to ap- near for trial. well as bvrs of thc family, '-mul think there isnotliiujimore delicious ar.d refreshing tlian our ginger gin- ale, cream We liottle ;ill kinds of vators -r-sarsnjxirilla and 'cham- delfver by the case free of argp. LCTHftRIDGE BRP.WIKG t MALTING COMPASY, LTD. The Visiting Season Easlon is ready to meet the wants of. families and tou- rists who need Trunks. Suit Club and Grindstone Bags for their holiclny trips I carry full range at prices yau don't object io pay. E. WSIOH W.S.GALERAITH, M. McGil! Physicicn, Surgeon Accoucher O'flice Itcdpjith_St. 'Phone'5i 9a.m., -2-3. 7-8 p.m DRS. McCLURE STEWART, Sur goonvDentists. Office Hours: 9a.m. U J2n.; I p.m. to 5p.m. HAMILTON YOUNG Engineers, and Surveyors Block.x Letlibridge. C.F.P.Conybearc, K.C., D.C.L., B.- Morton Jones, B. C. L. CONYBEARE JONES Barristers, .Solicitors, Etc. Odice: Conybeare Block. Lethbndge, Alti. 22-1 yr Jfr, Martin, Liberal member for gives notice of a bill to aniond the railway: act by ..making it illegal for railway compen- ies to liold back two weeks' pay from I employees. SUMMONS Advocate, Barrister, Etc. Office: Southard Block. Money to Lond on Town and Fnnn Property. GENERAL SERVANT WANTED, GENERAL SERVANT. Apply'Mrs. G. L.-Vroouian, corner 61 Bompas and Bartlett Sts. V FOUND A PLAIN GOLD BAND RING; with raised initials. Owner can have same bj' 'proving property and paying tfie. expense of this advertisement. Ap- ply Herald Office. 604 WANTED WANTED TO RENT, cottage of 3 or 4 rooms fairly central. Party to enter 14th March. Apply John Cun- ningham, City Bakery. _ 56-6-p WANTED ROOM AND BOARD, or room in private family by young lady? Ad- drless Box G, Herald Office. 6CM) WANTED WANTED A waitress. Apply Windsor- Hotel.- THE RAILROAD MAN'S PRAYER following is thc text-of a railroad man's pasted the fireman's .side the Mviteh en- gine in thc Vacific yards i lc postponed on account of 1 Spokane: vaeful.-fof. j ill Hi ding" hail storms also-added dia 'and the Act provides that these lands' comfort to tho dr.y.; One More Week of The Great Sacrifice Sale We are going to make sale to be reinomberrd. 20 per edit off Jill Orpet Sqnnrefl, Linol Cnrtains. Beds. Baby Carriaffes and Pictures. Our stock irin apknaid shape ONLY SIX DAYS MORE ISe Turpin Furniture Co. "Now thftl F hflve flagged Thee, lift Tip my feet from -thc rough, road! of life and plant them safely "on" the deck of the train of salvation. Lelj me uso .the: safety lamp of mnkc all the couplintrs with tnc" link of lovo. nnd let my hsXTHi lamp IKV the.Hible.'nnd nil thc_swttchcs clostnl tlmt lead of! -the main line in- to sidii'gs blind ohds. Tlsivc V overy Jicmr-phorc block along show ihp whif1 lisrht of hope, that J the run of life without stopping. Give me the Ten Comir.nnd nu-nts a working rard. ond T have finished the rim -on schedule! time and pulletl into thc terminal J may of'the imvj vorso. dono, gocnl ixnd faith! ful servant; come'into the gvncral of-i Tice to sign the payroll receive Sentinel.) Watch! Watch! Watch S Only a few more orders for coal required to enable me lo make the draw for the magnificent ftSEIdridge Sewing Machine Wsitcb for lluMlnto to be announcetl shortly in this space And hurry up yourconl enlers. Don't forgot to drop shib in ballot at Post Office H. HAYR Phone 180 Successor lo thc Dixon Transfer Co.. L B.C. MOORE Funeral DsrKctor ind to Presbyterian Cliurch Phone i02. .'Residence 136. FT 3. ROl.FSON ARCHITECT Room 9 Whitney Block. 39-0 MUSIC MiSS L. HOLLAND Pupil of Strut Tord Dawson, of Mont- j real, wishes a limited number of stu- 1 dents for Piano Study. T.eschetizky (Padercwski's teacher) method used. Terms moderate, Adrtss SIC Fcrd St. 247. Box 27 I COAL dt'Hvcnxl to all of the cily for ton.- Ciish must order. DRAYING Of all kinds done on short notice. Ask for our prices bo- fore leaving orders elsewhere Our Mission The mission of this paper in jroner- this department in particular in this wonderful age of progress, is to he magnanimous, "with charity j towards all nnd malice towavds none.' j It speaks the truth boldly for the (truth's sake and cherishes justice as- jthe apjilo of it5 eye. It sooks by thc prosperity of right principles ami to he. xisefiil as as 'popular, to buiM up truth and tear 'down error in short, to improve am SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING REG- ULATIONS Coalmining rights of tnc Dominion in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the Territories and British Columxr.a, leased for a term of twenty-one years at an annual rental of an acre. more than -2.560. picres will be to one applicant. Application for a lease must be made to the Agent or Snb-Afent o! the district in which the rifhte ap- plied for arc situated. ,.c.t In surveyed the laad must be deacribe3 by or le- gal subdivisions of' sections, and in unsurveyed territory the tract ;appli ed for shall be staked out. Each application mutt -be accom- panied by a fee of which will W refunded if the rights applied for arv not available but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the mtr- output o( the mine at the rate of five per "ton. Every of coal mining which are not being opera furnish the district Agent of Domin- ion Lands with a sworn statement: to that effect at least once in each year. The lease will include the coal mining rights only, but the lenee may be permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may be con- sidered. necessary for the working j of- tertain mankind. the mine at the rate of 110 For full ic formation applieattpti should be made to the of the Department of the lalefiwr, Ol- tawa, or any Agent or fab-AfroC of Dominion Lands. W W. CORY, Deputy Minister of the InVrfor. N.B.-UnanthornH s of for.