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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 1, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta stances of lawns, (lowers, small fruit and shade trees. Special mention can be made of the j Taber, June cool but not urtistie designs in the front yard of j Coleman June correct? step forward in the matter of street improvement. The main street has been well repaired, and now to pre- vent dust, that foe to good streets, they are being watered daily or us unpleasant wave the town Councilnum Beck. from; whkh d iu the lust on Saturday and Sunday, accompan- j the frout door to the'gate is to j news The social reported j the day as Studded on either sid host of friends in Taber who wish t them a hapy and prosperous life. The old ferry boat that drifted from its moorings during the recent heavy rain storms, was eventually found near Grassy Lake. It has been dis- motor four fashionable coaches and a smoker, he yelled, "All aboard for Buffalo." It is needless to say no time was lost in getting "aboard." All had a. jolly good time and the best wish- es of all Taborites are extended to them during the fair. A handsome specimen of coal will suring 6 feet long, 4 feet wide, and weigh Lng four sected and hauled back to the cross- ing north of Taber on the Belly river where a large force of men is employ- ed in its re-constraction. It will be rea'dy for use the latter part of the Henry Sickles, one of our largest realty dealers, and agent for Mr. E. L. Kemp, of Minneapolis, has just purchased S quarters oi 6itra choice lands situated a few miles southeast of Taber. Mr. Sickle says the prices of lands are the back- MILITIA FOR QUEBEC Brandon, June regard- ing the western representation at the Tercentenary celebration at Quebec were received today by Col. Evans. A composit regiment of 175 men will represent the three military districts between Fort William and the Coast. These will spend from five to eight days at Quebec and will arrive July 13th. A regimental staff consisting of one lieutenant-colonel, adjutant, med- ical officer and quartermaster will be named by the militia department at Ottawa. come to pass sooner than men think. Rev. 3ir. Murray having returned from, the meetings of the grand as- sembly of the Presbyterian 'Church at Winnipeg occupied his own pulpit on Sunday. 3Ir. Watson has snug new house ou moved into his the third bench real estate circles is broken. .He pre- dicts that many large tracts of valu- able lands will change hands in the vicinity of Taber in the. near future. W. E. Walker, clerk in J. Truswell's store, is having erected a handsome little cottage, at the corner of Hull and 34 Sts. The building is und r the direction of J. P. Thorsley. Councilman John Barton who has been indisposed for a month past is now convalescing very slowly. Dr. BACK FROM UTAH MINES (From Saturday's Daily.) B. K. Bullock, of Tabr, is register- ed "at the Dallas on his wav home from and is quite comfortable in his plea- sant home. Mr. Wilmot's new house also on the third bench is rapidly nearing com- pletion and in a couple of weefca will be ready for occupancy. The idea of instituting the curfew bell which was broached to the coun- cil some few weeks ago seems to be We are glad to has spoken in thing about it in ihe Herald so the "Miner" could not cry his usual cry about "speaking disparagingly about our town." Blairmore BlairmOre, June credit is due the council for the timely im- provement of the roads and sidewalks The grade on Victoria St. has been raised and levelled up in several plac- "es. The sidewalk has been extended two blocks east. The stair-step w-alk is at last levelled much needed improvement. the wife of Harry Kan- ouse, a son. the wife of Louis Dutil, a daughter.- Dan Sinclair has jumped the broom- stick. He gave his friends here quite a surprise when he returned home with his bride yesterday. Mrs. Sin- clair, formerly Miss Wren, is well and favorably known here. Wilfrid Goddard, who has been fol- lowing the race circuit with Rosalta, SHIRTS No stiff-bosomed siiirt, no matter how well it fits, can ever g v the same comfort that a soft bosom does With a Neglige, or Soft-bosom Shirt, there is no binding across the nothing stiff or uncomfortable to impede your movements. Tooke Neglige Shirts can be had either plain or pleated bosoms in a big variety of exclusive designs. They are made either with or without attached cuffs. Shirts having attached cuffs are the popular and most convenient. 19 TOOKE BROVHERa LIMITED MONTREAL. Bowville Mr. and Mrs, Hitchcock were Leth- bridge visitors this week. Mr. Carl Peterson was in Leth- bridge on Friday and Saturday business. PEDLAR'S SON WINS Senior Wrangler at Cambridge After Two Years London, June Senior onj Wrangler at Cambridge this year is a Russian student, the son of an East Sunday school was held on Sunday morning at the school house. The crowd was not as large as usual. Bowville was visited Sunday even- ing by a hail storni but it did not do Any damage. A dance was given at the Black Spring Ridge School house last Fri- day evening. End Jewish peddler who has been driven to London by persecution. This young man is named Selig Brodetsky, and his success furnishes a remarkable example of the possi- bilities open to the poorest boy in the English elementary schools. His father landed here practically penni- less sixteen years ago. Selig was Mr Carl Peterson and Miss Olgalsent to the free school in the Brandvold were among those present jEast End of which Lord Rothschild is from Bowville. They reported a fine time. The Rev. Mr. Scragg and Miss Ma- ble McBrown were visitors at Mrs. Geo. Reycraft's last Saturday even- ing. Sunday evening the Rev. Sir. Scragg preached his farewell sermon to a large audience which came out in spite of the rain. It was a good sermon and well delivered. Rev. Scragg has many friends here in Bow ville who would like to have him for another year but he has been assign- ed to another place and the Rev. W. J. Cantlin is going to take his- place here in Bowville. Mr. Ed, Reynolds had another piece of bad luck recently. Besides losing his claim he lost a, fine mare which died one day last week. ]Mr. Halvor Houd took in two loads'of flax to Lethbridge this week Mr. Fred House is very ill this week. Mr. John Johnson was in the blacksmith shop when a piece of steel new in his eye. Aside from a slight soreness he is all right and is able president. There he won a scholar- ship which enabled him to go to Trinity College, Cambridge, in Oc- tober, 1906. He is now in possession of scholarships producing a year. Selig's lather was interviewed when the news of his son's success reached London. This is the second time that a Jew has been "Senior Wrangler" at Cam- bridge. The first occasion was in 1867 when the honor was won by the late Tuma Hartog, who was a prom- inent figure in the agitation" for the removal of Jewish disabilities. JOHNSON IS WANTED Governor of Minnesota as Bryan's Running Mate Denver, June among the democrats of prominence who have come to Denver to attend the con- vention, which will -be held in this city beginning one week from next Tuesday, the choice of a candidate for vice president is the leading theme I and it is already evident that in this The Fourth of July preparations' respect at least the convention will are advancing quite rapidly. We are he the counterpart of the Republican J. H. Yates, division superinten- dent for the Wrought Iron Range Co. Ltd., manufacturers of "Home Com- fort" Stool Ranges has been in the city for the past ten days looking af- ter the seven wagons he has on the road in this district. Mr. Yates has been with the company for the past eighteen years and has filled the po- sition of superintendent for the past nine years. His territory for the last seven years has incldded nil Canada from Win- nipeg to Edmonton. During this time he has covered all his terri- tory twice with the of part of Northern Alberta. Mr. Yates states that ho has sold fully of his ranges in Alberta alone and at least in Western Canada. During the past ten. days he has sold one car and has begun on the second. He expects to sell 5 car loads in this district and make Lethbridge his headquarters du- ring June and July. Phone messag- es to the Palace Livery will be promptly attended tc. All the sales- men have had six or seven years' ex- perience. Their method of doing bus- iness is to drive to the home, show the article, set it up and demon- strate its merits. Everything that is claimed for the "Home Comfort" Range will be proven when the sales- man visits the home. The Company holds itself respon- sible for representations, statements, and dealings of its salesmen. The salesmen are forced to fulfill their promises. No misrepresentation is allowed. When a "Home Comfort" Range is sold the following articles go with it: five joints Japanned steel pipe, 2 elbows, and the regular am- consisting pots, two ount of cooking utensils, of two enamelled steel expecting a large crowd and .a good start in the dav. There programme. It will morning and last all meeting with favor, see that the Thft curfftw bell sooner it is rung is needed and the the better. Boys and girls under sixteen are on the streets by the dozens and Mrs. Higgins, of Coleman and Mrs. Dufour of Uranbrook are visiting their mother Mrs. G'oddard. Mrs. James Stephens and children have left for Sault Ste. Marie where they intend to reside, Mr. Stephens will join them shortly. The rumor is very current that the line will be horse races, foot races, base- ball games, ladies' races and all j kinds of entertainment. Mr. Geo. Miller from Boston, Mass, is visiting Clarence De Groff. C. P. R. will change the jnain to the other side of the river. The ball game between Frank and Coleman recentJv resulted in a win up to ten o thftir 9 to 6- II was a I lucky thing for FranK tnat they wonder where thev learn the evil tne> could not get anvone to cover their acquire and whv tnev make such slow j __ nine, see that its mandate is enforc- Wait till Blairmore gets at Blairmore hasn't lost a gume ed and not only will these evns right j themselves but many others will not j be learned and the boys and girls I grow into brighter, stronger, more enthusiastic more intellectual men and women who will be able to take money, them. now for four years except the places now occupied by their pa- rents as they must bye and bye and. Aiken is attending him and says his'an extended trip into the Tintic Min-jfiH them in a creditable manner. The cement works are gradually 3.S- building-like appearance. The heavy part of the roofing is now finished. The West Canadian Collieries have here a huge lump of coal from their Bellevue mine. It will be sent to the Calgary exhibition. The lump patient will be able to resume his Duties in a couple of weeks. Taber, June See, and Miss Anna McDonald quietly slipped over to Lethbridge and were there joined in the holy bonds of wed lock which made them husband and wife. They returned yesterday on the C. P. R. local. Mr. and Mrs. Lee are widely known here as they have been employees for years in our leading hotels. Their many friends wish them suc- cess up the ladder of life. A widower and a widow, both of Raymond (the names of whom could not be learned at the present writ- called upon Bishop W. S. John- ston of Woodpecker and presented to him their Incense to wed. It is need- less to say that the bishop tied the connubial knot which made them young again. Taber can justly boast of her well cultivated gardens and in some in- that state and of late is developing T _, into one of the greatest metal mining J. Sherman ing District in Utah which is one of the oldest and best rninine in Keep the children home. Keep thero j u'eishs two t0ns off the streets. Coleman, June football districts in the known world. j club is busy getting the grounds up-1 Mr. Bullock and his brothers which the first pf July sports are j mining properties which join the; to be held into shape. The members Iron Blossom and Crown Point Mines i of this organization are determined j and is in close proximity to the! to make the event a grand affair and famous Colorado and Sioux Mines, iare sparing no expense or labor in Mrs. Fortier .of Frank is visiting j friends in Blairmore. i Mr. Tuft, (lorist of Lethbridge, is in town on business. Black Spring Valley Black Spring Valley, June All of the above properties, with oth-1 order that there may be no hitch in i Showers every day and plenty of mo- ers too numerous to mention, are the ones which have made such phenom- inal advances on the Salt Lake Min- the proceedings of that day. Large j squitoes keep things lively. posters have been out for some time announcing the events of the day and ing Exchange the past month, owing everyone is looking forward to keen- to the vast bodies of very high grade i contested sports along all lines.; ore they have encountered. j Different nationalities will be repre- However, with all these good things i sented by tug-of-war teams, the fast- j he says Southern Alberta looks bet- ter to him than ever. He hasn't seen any crops in Utah, Idaho, Oregon or Washington to compare with those of ours. He and his brother, B. H. Bul- lock, are making arrangements to install an up to date coal plant on their 4 C Bootless Coal properties at Coal City, four miles west of Ta- ber. The health of the Nation will be improved by the use of COWAN'S PERFECTION COCOA Pure, nutritious and easily digested. COWAN CO.. Limited. TORONTO 45 est horses that can be attracted by the money are coming, .first.class long distance runners as well as Leon Burns returned home from town on Wednesday feeling much bet- Lars Brandvold is .breaking on his claim. He intends seeding fifteen ac- res in fall wheat. Mrs. Reycraft is expected home from the Gait hospital this week. Mr. Armel Williams is preparing for ORDER FOR HILLCREST COAL Spokane, June Washing- ton Water1 Power company of Spo- kane, has just closed a contract with convention at Chicago. As a choice among candidates, Governor Johnson has a decided lead. Little attention is paid to the announcement that he is not a candidate and would not ac- cept. Those who favor him say that, while he has been successful in Min- nesota, he has not won such a place in his party that he can afford to decline a nomination for second place on a democratic natonal ticket. E. F. Waggoner, president of the Lin- _ _ 6? _ ......iBneht. a bachelor ______ ___ ___ ion .fuel ice comnany, tor u I lived here tor twenty-five years was BACHELOR DROWNED Pearson, Man., June farmer who has ions of Hillcrest coal from the mines of that name at Frank, B. C- Al Minnedosa, June 0. Sewell, the youngest son of Mrs. A. C. Sewell was drowned while bathing about noon today. The body was re- covered shortly afterwards. found drowned in home last night. a pond near his CANADIAN AT THE HEAD- Minneapolis, June G. Gould, librarian of McGill Universi- ty Montreal, was today elect- ed president of the American library association. NEW ARRIVALS Saskatchewan and Altferta sprinters will be here, while the foot-} the threshing as most of the ball, lacrosse, baseball and other farmers thresh the winter wheat matches will make up a day that early- will not soon be forgotten by those who attend. The Little Bow River was never known to be as high as at the pres- ent time. Splendid grounds right beside the ,r T) _ to fa Mrs. Robt. Burns station have been secured. These are being enclosed by a substantial high- board fence inside which a commod- ious grand stand will provide com- fortable seats for all while the crowd will be under perfect control. The band is practicing faithfully getting up a, lot of new music and will prove one of the attractive features of the day. Elaborate arrangements aro be- ing made to accommodate all who come so far as lunch and meals are concerned and a gooci time is guar- anteed all who come, Mr. Oimcttc is moving his family into the house lately occupied by Mr. Mack in. This is a large seven-room- ed house and will prove very suitable for Mr. Oimettc. The council has taken a decided C. Robt. Burns Mrs. R. Adams on Thursday last. Quite a bunch from here contem- plate taking in the circus in town Friday, July 2nd. C. R. Adams and Leon Burns visit ed at Graham's Ranch''on Sunday. Xate Bowser visited his brother John from Friday until, Sunday. The Misses Hi I ma Peterson and 01- ga Brandvold visited our school, on Wednesday. The teacher and scholars are pre- paring a programme for the last day of school. Parents arc requested to come and see how their children have improved in the last year. Chancy Burns spent Friday and Saturday riding for John Williams on the Little Bow. Mrs. C. Thomson is at home again. Every new fam3y that comes to Western'Canada should be users of Royal Crown Soap right from the start. Ask any of the people you settle near, and they will tell you it is the best soap to use. It is specially made for the West. The water in this country is very hard. Royal Crown Soap is made from a special formula to suit this hard water. Don't begin your life in the West by using any other soap, and thus wasting money and getting poor results. Tests made show that 6 bars of Royal Crown Soap do more work than 8 bars of ordinary soap. Royal Crown Soap will save you money. It is easier on the clothes. It washes whiter than ordinary soaps. Don't make the mistake of starting with any but Royal Crown Soap. You will find that your neighbors are using it as they know it is the best soap for use in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta. Start right away and save your wrappers for premiums. We jcnd a litf of premiums free to any who ask for it. Royal CroWn Soap has been in use almost exclusively for over 20 years in Western" Canada. THE ROYAL CROWN, Ltd. WINNIPEG steel skillets, one enamelled tea ket- i tie, three drip pans, and six pie pans. The "Home Comfort" Range is sold at a uniform price throughout the United States, Canada and other foreign countries from the companies' wagons by their salesmen. This extensive business was found- ed in 1864 and has a capital fully paid up of The rep- utation of "Home Comfort" Ranges is firmly established. This has been especially noticeable in Canada. The demand from our country has be- come so great that to provide a. dir- ect supply the Company have estab- lished a factory at Toronto. The "Home Comfort" Range is made almost exclusively of malleable iron and wrought steel with asbestos lined end flues. Thus they are near- ly indestructible and will last a. life iiuje. A 15 gallon enamelled reser-- yoir affords an ample supply of hot water. The upper warming closet, lower warming closet, side extension shelf, duplex grate, fingered fire box, lining and malleable water heaters are the company's cvvn design. The Home Comfort Range was awarded the gold medal and six dip- lomas at the World's Fair in Chica- go at the world's Industrial and Cot ton Centennial Exposition at New Orleans. It has been given the high- est awards at numerous, state fairs and at large Dominion fairs. If me- dals count then the Home Comfort is undoubtedly the best. The factory of the Wrought Iron Range Company employs union la- bor. The Herald read a letter from a user of the Home Comfort Range at Sandy Lake, Aita., on Juno 1st, stat ing that his house was burned and that his Home Comfort stood the heat so well that it -could be polish- ed up to look as good as new. FJven the pipes stood the heat. The other stoves were ruined by the heat. One part only of the Home Comfort re- quired repairing and this the com- pany supplied free. The fourth vice-president of the Stove Mounters' and Steel Range Workers' Union states that he has worked in several range factories and is of the opinion that the Home" Comfort is constructed on the best plan, throughout. He givn-e his reasons why he has used a Home Comfort for 15 years with perfect' satisfaction and would not exchange it for any. His state- ment in making comparisons are con- clusive. ELECTIONS IN PERSIA Teheran, June Shah of Persia will issue a decree Sunday dissolving Parliament and ordering new elections for the assembly and senate which he will open in state three months hence. DEBENTURES SOLD Vancouver, B. C., June of- fer of Amelias Jarvi.s Co., Toronto, of 93.29 for the Vancouver debentures was accepted by tho fin- ance: committee today. ;