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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 2, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LITMlftlOQI. AI.TA YMUM0AY, JULV I, ltd. M6f fHfttf UMION OF CANADA I AFaiwrs'Baik Witk 138 in to the West Union Dank has exceptional facilities for tandling the bwainess of Farmers, GrssB Deakrs an4 Eetatt as well as of Masurfactttfers and Wbokaaie Houses whose dealings paper haiidkd oo the roost fa vorablc terms. Interest paid quarterly Accounts. LCTHBRIDOC BRANCH: J. M. Andsrwi. SCHOL Coleman Separate School promotions, promotions MMhc of the 4th and 5th reud out at the in Septomb'Jr, To 5th class: BOTH. Smith, Eva fteesie Vatteson, Nan Pierce, Vaselenyak. To 4th Class: John McCormack, Annie Bakou. Bui- June O. H. POT 'liV received news from Grassy- that it necessary for him t retura sooner than be expected. Ac t for that town Hon- PROVINCE Color, Flavor, arc the etroDg points of Elites far Aierta Mike Joneph ayii, Beatrice Bouiton, Van Tighem, Carrie Coin, To Senior 3rd lak, Louise Joe tha Vanbeeke, Row Sheran, Casey, .Minnie Rosbaski, Callahan., -1 To Junior 3rd. Carroll, Lu- cy Bouiton, MAurieo Miron, John Sa kotch, Julia Vwclenyak, Alice Coul- trey, Norah McCormacfc, To Senior 2nd Claaa: Millie "Vasel- enyak, Maggie Nan Davis, Stella Moore, Madeline Chivers, Geo. Bakos, Irene Ecker. To Junior, 2nd: Helen Kropinaek, Mike J- Ilusccki, George Migrey, George Cum ick, Carroll, Willie Cletvry, Fred Cunningham, Stev3 Seaman, Al- oysins Ileytens, Mike Vaselenyak, Steve Supina, Julia Ferko, Olga IJanbecke, Visolomene Liz- zie Ferko, May Moore, Kathleen Mc- Cormack, Xellio Cunningham, Flor- day night with his family, taking the, wishes of the town with him.. Miss McNab, first assistant teacher in. the public school left Monday for her home in St. Mary's for the sum- mer vacation, Mrs. mother of the little boy who was drowsed a few days ago died yesterday. This'has been a-very sad case .indeed. The mother has been slowly sinking with consumption for some months. Hc-r baby died shortly after its birth. Another child two years old, was adopted by a lady in t'own, and the little boy Viastasia old drowned and then death came and gave the poor soul a happy release from her sufferings. Mr. Benedict, manager of the-Cole- man his family, left by the noooT "local" for Calgary to attend the. While there they in tend visiting Mrs.- Mink (nee John' son) a former primary teacher of the Coleman school Not many are going from Coleman to Calgary until- after the "1st" when, quite a number have spoken oi taking the "Mr. Watson who was on the sjck list for a day or so is around again arid able to be about his duties. Mr.Percy Wilmot has moved, into his new. house on the third bench. Mr. Mutch, the proprietor and own- Ed moiiton, June present there are nine provincial buildings uu tier' way actually, or plans arc being prepared. Qi, these Tour are being constructed by day labor' by the de- partment of public works. The foundation work of the new parliament buildings at Edmonton wiii.be. completed by the 'eiid of July in' these foundations about yards of concrete will be used. The structural. steel is arriving -for the interior, anc it is expected that two more steles of steel" work will be (rected thu; season. On this work about.75 men are employed. Tenders have been received for the house, and the contract will be awarded for this building in a few days. The work on the Wetaskiwin court- house is progressing favorably under Contractor D. J. McLachlan, who has the .walls at present up to the top of the second storey.- The build- ing is expected to be completed, ab- out the end of the year. The Normal School in' Calgary is ncaring completion, and it is expect- ed that same will be ready for oc- cupation by the beginning of the fall term. On this building about 60 men are employed. The land titles building.'is being pushed vigorously under the superin- tendence of J. Gillespie, and by the middle of next month the walls will be up to the top of the storey; On this work 98 to 100 men ore em- ployed. A new court house for Lethbrtdge is nder consideration' for which plans are prepared, and ,lt is expected that work will be commenced on tMs build rig some, time this summer. Plans are also under-way for a >ail )iiifding at Lethbridge, and this work will be prosecut.ed as rapidly as con-; ditions Market ta What yw to aslar la aiacc It It tUs calwwi H yaa vaal 25e MK t iaatrtiau far II OF COAL M I N I NO REO- ULATIOMS Coal mining rifhu oi HOUSE TO RENT Eight roomed 'housy, water and sew- er, electric light. 'Centrally located. Apply Herald Office. BAM LAL'S PUIE TEA i It's COLOR, fresh FRAGRANCE and DE- LICIOUS FLAVOR have made it boats of friends. Aw YOU yet? t WANTED A house dog, ateo a gentle horse. Apply Box P., c-o Herald. 67-C IT IS PURE! aggou or closets cleaned can have ame done by leaving orders with E. P. Mee, c-o Police Station. 68-C Tea it soU oily im UtKkrUfe by THE BENTLEY CO. LTD. NEED TRANSPORT AT IQN Cranbrook, B. C.> Ir- rigation survey -of agriculture and fruit laiids in Northfust Kootenay under tlie directorship of H. ft. Bruce, is almost completed. Mr. Haffncr, the engineer in efaarfrp, says this scheme of outlined there is very feasible and in consequence, the people now reaiding in the Wind- mere district; feel, assured that the long waited for opportunity to prove that the land is irrigible is about to Pctrunla; Julia cr of Coleman Hotel intends tak- ing the house into his own hands for a time-at least and making some 'much "needed repairs and improve- _ daily output ot the between- two hundr -d cricc Vanais, Alice Deirimuths, Mary Cimningham, Chris- tina Ecker. To Senior 2nd Part: SfeveKropin- ack, Steve Sweda, Mike Dudas, Ad-' Mike Deimuths, Supina, Joseph Ferko, Mary _.; eski Minnie Vaselenyak, Mary Sarko. i two huqarcd and fitt5 Mary Katie IODB but this is not enough to.mcc 'he-demands. work on forty lew" being pushed as rapidlj s possible but even these when com wiil_ prove inadequate and the i.Gfcd of moni still -is quite manifest, foreman ofc.the oTens says more will be built if the demand keeps up so 'steadily as to, warrant the com- pany making such.an outlay.-- Coleman, July arid Mrs, Leaver ick. left last night for their Pap, Lizzie Kregofski, Annie Migrey. Elsie Coultrey, Loretta Miron, Mary Pisco. 2nd Part; Emile'-bswel, Mary H'hite, Suzanne Heytens, Steve 3 Jlalyst -Moore, Quong Sout, John Grisa-k, Joe Kps Willie Sawchuck, Mike Nigrcj', Jeremiah Bertie; Katie RebaV, -Mary Liusecki. Ellen Miron, Susie Kregof- ski, Wilhilmina Whitney, Minnie ,Vop- ysum, Olskaski, To Part 1, 3rd Grade: Mary. Bakos Annie Grisack, Mattis Olshaskjf Dom- inico Baceda, Adolyshus Skewkwa, Annie McCormack; Mattis Cyril le Miron, Annie Dudas, Nicholas Zuback, Alwcahder John OlshasUi Aiklirew. Hasu lak, Joseph Pisco, Bfattis Seaman, .Mike Sakotch, Sakotch, Emma' Marv Dorsca, Myrtle Delay, Emile Charcst, Katie Bakos, Jessie Bicknell, Eileen PracKt, Alice Cuniick, RTilte, John Fcrens. "-U To 2nd G rader Mike Popysum, Jo- ripe and a great znany acres are pro- ducing, but owing to the Kootenay Central not being complete, the pro- ducts are not available for the east- n markets. TO RENT furnished and un- urnished. Also for light-housokeep ng, good location. Address H. G. o Herald Office. 168 G DIED IN FRANCE Vancouver, B. .0., June cornes from Paris, France of death there of Edward Lewis, of this city, who owned a number of. valu able business blocks here. He is a be Already strawberries are cousin of the LindWys of Montreal ililii iiuiit t iiii 11 i i i i t m i i i home in England, tWs country not proving so attractive to them as the land their birth. Mr. and Mrs. Haymes left last last night, Mr. HajTiies" will take a position as t veller with a wholesale house. Plans are being prepared for an asylum "at >Pon6ka, and it is ex- pected that a certain amount of work will be -done on that building this _ L. present season. There is also a telephone exchange building under course of crectloa Strathcona, whkh building it is ex- pected, will be completed .some time in August. On, this work about -25 men. are employed. Of the above work the following day labor directly under the supervision of the department of public works, viz." New parliament buildings, Edmon- ton. building, Strathcona. Land titles building, Calgary. Completion of Normal School, Cal- gary. GARY SAFES We invite you to call and look over onr goods during are in Calvary enjoying the Dominion Mr. BlaJs of Banff has assumed the managership of .the Co-Operative store, vacated by Mr. Haymes, and expects his family tomorrow. Thurs- day. They 'will occupj' Mr. Haynies' house on the second bench. For the Dominion Exhibition, Cal- gary, Juno 2tth to Juby the Can adian Pacific Railway Company an- nounce rato of from bridge to Calgary and return. Tickets ale June 26th to July 7th, inclu sive. final return limit July J3th 1C-1 PRAISE FOR THE PAMPHLET Notice We. will be represented there showing a com- plete line of soph Kregofski, Mike Hanoski, John' T. E. Patteson has. received a Hanoski, Bessie Wronski, John Saw-' tcr from J. N. Grieve, Canadian Im chuck, Harold Audet, Mary Pahara, migration agent at Spokane, in which Sitcson, Katie Sarko, Mary he says: "The Lethbridge Board of Trade are sending me copies of the same Fireproof Safes Vault Poors Jewelers' Safes etc. SCAVENGING Any .person desiring a Bcavenger the Vukoo UM territories and Britub Coluarota, be leased tor a term ol tweatj-oiw at an annual rental of :fl ap acre Not more than wiU be leased to one applicant. Application for a lease miu4 ba made to the Afent or Bub-Afeok ol the dUtrict iu which the rifhU ap- plied for are situated. In surveyed territory tba laiui be described by ifirtioni, or U gal subdivisions of sectioaa, and is uusurveyed territory the traet od for shall be staked out. Each application wiut be pan led by a fee of vhich wiii if the rights applied for arc uot available but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the mer- chantable output of the at the TO LET.. Two furnished rooms to let. Apply o G. M. Herald Office. STRAYED One bay horse, branded J. A. on .eft shoulder, and one bald face black, with white stockings, branded R on right shoulder and lazy JD 011 left thigh. A reward of will be given for any information to recover same. Alta. W. M. Reber, Lethbridge, 16GG WANTED First class cook for small hotel. Apply F. S. Leffingwell, Warner. 70-0 Every of coal iniuinf rifhU which are not being operated Khali 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 eoal intning rights only, but the lesee inajr 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 of the Department cf the Interior, Ot tawa, or any Agent or Sub-Agent ol Dominion Lands. W. W. GOBY, Deputy Minister o! the Interior. publication ol this advertisement will not be paid for. .v. Lucenski, Minca Petfunia, Mary Zscm ericV, Mary Shollack. To 1st Grade: Annie Skrwkwn. pamphlet, which in my opinion is fQR LIVERY BARN TO EXCHANGE George Hey tens, Luccaski, Al-jone of the neatest and most Attrac-! bino Balcda, Baleda, V eron- tice little pamphlets that I have seen Livery barn on Regina-Prince Al- and will be'pleaaed to mto the matter whether yon are desirous of purchasing at or.not Our representativea in tlie booth will be Mr. J. A Young and W. E. Featheretone, who will gladly furnish yon with catalogs, prices, etc., on in our line that yon may require. ice .TcxUl, Jessie Willingston. j for some time. It is small, yet con-' C' Pupns who will exactly tain, all of the news in a at the reopening.of in Scptem'and a, such will do a great deal in will rcmainln-the clas, in which .the way of advertising the well-settled. Will take stock for they are at present. i district. part or full payment. For particu- Pupils who will not attend ularly during the- coming year not be promoted at the closing. reg- 1 "I may just that there is no I tars see will part aN Alberta that has received so much notice in this State as the Lethbridge district. The only diiticul- ty that I have to contend with is the scarcity of homesteads there, but FORD TYLER Lethbridge Hotel, Lethbridge. Frank N. McTavish, who has been makin? this district for 11 pcopie.in some years as the representative of northeast of Lethbridge thw spnng. Scranton correspondence school, Some of them have come back disap paid his last visit to the Pass during'Pointed stating thftt the had the week, having been transferred to picked up, but for settlers who other territory. Mr. McTavish has are looking for land to purchase your many friends here who will regret the of the country has certainly re- change which will deprive them of anything, a little more tnan hi.s periodical visit. its full share." [I ECONOMY STOM: You don'i believe that goods cwi bt bought at cloae gices on credit. EveryoiMs knowt thai't impoaaibte. When you bay a credit atore you art aaaiating to the ex- pentet of matty who go through life meeting M few of their reapcmaibilitiea potsibie. Are you Mtiafied with that way o< buainen? When yon here you pay joat for your own goods. Our caah btaia and careful make this an ECONOMY STORE. The Turpin Furniture Co. Fly Time is ;now here. We can-do your odd work in Screen Doors and Windows and do it na you want it. Screen Doors Screen Windows ford ft featherstone TO RENT A cottage to rent on Crabbc St. Ad- dress D. J. Whitney, Box 377, Leth bridge. 170-G FOR SALE High grade range, perfectly new, fitted with all modern improvements. t price price cash. A ram opportunity. Wuckliiig- on Gibbon, 410 Kound Street. 70-1 FOR SALE One good milch cow. Apply E. Ox land, 410 Bompas St. -1G9-G FOR TO RENT A first class boarding house, 12 rooms, central, or rent. Apply Box 191, Lethbridge, Alta. STEMOGRAPHER Expert wants evening worki Best references. Box M., Her- ald Office. 168-G FOR SALE A .baby carriage, practically new. ply.Box G., Herald Office. 70-G NOTICE All accounts owing to the firm of SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST HOMESTEAD REG'J- LATIpNS Any even" numbered section of minion lands in Manitoba, Saskatch- ewan and Alberta, excepting 8- not reserved, may be homestead- by any person who is the sole heai of a family, or any male over 18 yeara of age, to the extent pi section of 160 ncres-.more or less. 'Application foe must be made in person by tlie applicant at R'.Do- minion Lands Agency or Sub-Agency lor the district in which the is situate. how ever be made at an Agency on certain conditions by the Jather, mother, son, daughter, brother oc -sister of an in- tending liomesteader. The homesteader is required to ;per- form the homestfeid duties under ope of the following, (1) At least "six months' residence upon and cultivation of the land in each year for (2) A homesteader may, if be so desires, perform the required deuce duties by living on {teniint land. ow ned solely by him, not leai than eighty (80) acies in extent, ia the vicinity of his Nelson and Fraser must paid on or before July 21sL After that date they will be given into the hands oi a solicitor. 170-0 NELSON FRASER. Offices Ware rooRS 55 Kinf Street West, HanuJton, Out. 311 Ave., Winnipeg, Man. Public Notice 'i