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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 6, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta O AY, JULY t, ItM Tty Time b BOW ban. We can do your odd work in Benen, Doom mud Windows and do it as you want it. Serua Ouoe made to fit your win. or doors they are good for years. CAB OF PLASTER OF PARIS Just Arrived KM. OLIVER'S PLANING MILL Office, Yards and Factory: Wml Pi Hmftf MER Telephone 153 Mafrath AtOeschen eMbaarad ths Qtaad Trunk aad dsahi. aW uaalt' with ths cwrtMat dt- parUsuat, but not ass vary much la ths tartf as applied by aithtr party, ysi WHAT THE OOHSIRVATIVf CAM. thought tarifl (or revwue very daa: 040ATC MAO TO SAY 'AT A MCCTI MO THEM Lethbridge Ancdon Mart On Sale at the Mart quantity of Good class, literature at knock out prices They are selling rapidly All the best authors GbUt 410 ROUND STREET TELEPHONE Call.) C. A. Uafrata, the Conservative tor tais riding lor the Do- minion ia town Sat- urday oa Ho. 3 and the after ths Acquaintance of the Oteiehsn. He a 'gentle- Man ol uiaaaiaff personality and has thi qualification tor a politician la the napp> faculty, of meeting his with aa ease, that otaken thepoeet- isjg pleasant for all concerned. In the evening, the incte weather of the day, a good audienee meeting whkm no douM would have been much had- the rain not kept many from the country from being prwwnt. Mr. Emile president of the local Conservative -Assoeiatioa, or-cupied the chair and in a dress stated he had tne honor of sec- onding the nomination which made Ifr. Kagrath candidate in the present, and then introduc- He thought there were too asaay appointed on wnkh iacliaad to hrlag more into the political arena they should be. In opicioa there is mavn altogether and in the of supplies, etc., the Govi the middlemen should be and told vhere men had got away with thousands. o( He beUevad' were guilty of grafting at he much opposed to it. The Pal ronage nystwn he instanced newspaper Advertising and believed the homertead regula- tions and other ads should' bs'given to all newspapers" as a Batter of business. Mr. Mugrath referred briefly-to Oliver's lanfTbill, which he said he did not quite understand'and as it was just going through many' amend- ments made, but'he could not see why" the'present'homesteader Uvor, are the strong Met Fbct IsMisr lacs fcto M t5c 4 II should not' be allowed the privi- leges as new man in taking up a sec- him as the 'only speaker >vcning. of LAL'S PURE Iff K COLOR, f reali FB AGRANCE and DK- jfcAVOR have made it hosts of friends. Are YOU SYNOPSIS OF OOAL hSINIMQ MO- Ossl W SCAVENGING Any person desiring a "ftcsvenger waggon or closets cleaned can have same done by leaving orderi with E P. Mee, c-o Police Station. 184 TO RENT furnished and un- furnished. Also for light-housekeep- ing, good location. Address H. G. c-o Herald Office. 168 f UM Yufcoa Tanitsry, ths Karth-Wsst sad be Icssad Icf's-tstsi oi years at aa aaaaai' natal aa SMM thaa Usw wii -a' the dwtf wWeJi rsjhai ar plied lor an stloaisst In tnrrayed Bust be dss4rihad by Ial subdivuioos ol it soU Okly m UthkrMcc by BENTLEY CO. LTD. TArTATTMiDT.'SPRI NG8 ond pre-emption. Confederation for consider- able ed the wealth of Alberta in land, i timber and mineral and went on On raising Mr." Magrath stated prove Alberta uot given pleased to have the privilege] deal when province. addressing an audience in GUsichen He objected to bringing provincial and regretted the weather had been into federal BO bad. 'He said if any_of his hetr- era attributed the bad weather to the Conservatives he hoped when they harvested a good crop they would give the Conservatives and for part intended to leave then! entirely alone. In concluding Mr. Magrath said he had been accused of being a corpora- tion man, but this was a Washington, D.C., July William Republican no- minee or presidency, left for Hot -Virginia, Save S" the trip to' Claepnuii to receive formal notificatisti of his nomina- udge Taft his family will practically all of the summer at Hot Springs. ONE MORE CRAZY FOOL Suicides in Ways for Three Different .Women Chicago July despatch :to the Record Herald from Hazlehurat, Miss. "Uuable to which of three women he really wanted to marry Eli Hood, 17.years of age, a boarder at the house 'of Eli Graves, eight miles from Hazkhurst, yesterday decided that the best way out of the difficulty was "to commit suicide in suclfiTway that each of the women would know that he had kill- ed himself for her. For Miss' Carrie he swallowed sixty grains of morphine for Miss Eva Spellman, aged he drank four ounces of laudanum and for Miss Henrietta McDonald aged 18 Be put the muzzle" of a shotgun in his mouth and pulled the triggger with his toe. Beside -his body was found table a paper wrapper that hail contained the morphine. On it was scrawled "for 'the 'empty laudanum bottle stood on a paper oh which was written "for and on an empty envelope on a picture of a shotgun was drawn was Except -that, he had been acting queer and that he had. become des- pondent, Graves said that he had seen nothing in Hood's behavior-that indicated that he contemplated aelf- For some little time be dwelt upon although he had been in the employ his nomination., saying that ha re- of a company at one time. He, fused positively three times the hon- however, wished to say that in or his friends had thrust upon him, country capital was very neceswry and owing largely ,to and it quite iiapoasible for the of a telegraph message and the de- workers, to get on without the capi- lay it had caused he finally consent- or the without the ed to. accept the nomination. Yet laborers, and the west still requires he had carefully considered the mat- more capital. He had lived 30 years believed it was his duty to in the west and knew conditions fair- accepfthe responsibility. ly but was now prepared to He then gave a brief reference to ample time to studying them hi, paat political experience, stating be elec'ted by acclamation time, to the North West As- _ __ K. McKIM DEAD .-Winnipeg, Man., July McKim, former president and secre tiry-treasurer of the Winnipeg graphical Union died- unexpectedly a( the Bt. Boniface hospital last night from paralysis. v W. R- BROWN Carriage Painter, House Painter Paper Hanger. Wood Finisher, Etc PHONE 124 2SARQYLE8T. TO LET Two furnished roomi to let. to Q. M. Herald Office. WANTED, First class cook for small hotel Apply F. 6. Leffingwell, Warner. 70-0 TO RENT A cottage to rent on Crabbe St. Ad- dress, D.J. Whitney, 377, Leth- bridge. FOR SALE 0 ne good milch' cow. land, 410 Bompag St. Ok- i i i 11 i i it i i e i i i M 11 i i i i i i m i 11 CA H V AivT FOR SALE OR fO RENT A first class boarding Chouse, 13 ooms, central; to sell or rent. Apply Box mrLethbridge, Alta. 168-6 election. particular become familiar all the needs of this riding. He many warm friends among the and during that time had to I as well as the Conservatives the best of 'ability represented ot ui s J h them. Further, he hoped to keep out the people who did him the honor or 'of all personal discussion in this cam paign and discuss the matters per- issg to the welfare of the and country.- If the believed Mr. Simmons could serve them best hoped they would return gentleman. Mr. Magrath thanked audience _ He himself was not a strong party for their patient hearing and expreaa- and wished his to thor-Lj[ Of meeting them again The chief functions- of an opposi- tion usually appeared to be to criti- but he believed an opposition, many important" responsibilities great amount of good, solid j work; to perform. oughly understand the fact.- He hadj before when the meeting broke We invitetyou to call and look the time you are in Calgary the Dominion Exhibition. We will be represented there shoving a com- pletelineof--------' unsanreyed territory tha tract I lor ahalTbe stakes) oat Each application must be iiiied by a fet oi whieh will refunded if tbe rights Isr act uot svailabie but net a royalty shall be paid tbs chantable output of the rate of five cents per ton. Every ot coal mining rights are not being operated shaU furnith the dutrict Agent of Domin- ion with a sworn statemept ts that efleet at least ones in each yesr. The kase will include the eoal mining only, but the Uses be permitted to porensas whstarcf available be eon- stdersd aseesssry lor UM of the mine at tbe rats of fit sa asre. For full inJormation applicatioa ihoold be mads to the Besntary at tbe Department of the Interior. Oi or any agent or Dominion OOBT, Depaty Minister of the latcriot, N.B.-Unauthorited ''STENOGRAPHER Expert stenographer wants evening work. Best references. Box M., Her- ald Office. advertisement will not bt paid 'or. FOR SALE A jMiby carriage, practically new. Ap ply Box G., Herald 'Office. 70-6 NOTICE All accounts owing to the firm 61 Nelson and Fraser must'be'paid on or before July 2iM. "''After, thati '.date they will be given into the hands oi a solicitor. 1TO-0 NELSON A FRASER not been educated support any particular party, had voted at times both-Liberal and Con- servative and would do so again if the occasion arose and he thought it was right. father had been civil servant many years and no one up with cheers for the Goleman Coleman, destruction. July The splendid ever knew what his political I weather inhered in by the first, con- views were, so he had to study pol- tinues "and everj'body is rejoicing. itics for himself and he still had a near here are now confident I good while I lo't to learn. He was very much in- they will i have good crops and dependent and had already told his cattle for -the fall market. and the Conservative leader market gardeners are a t'iiat the Bright in all Hing busiaew in small vegetables. things, to Vote as he thinks fit if In Coleman the 'Signs of prosperity elected. He was broad minded en- man y i is evidenced by the] ough to ask his audience to vote as many' houses that have gone up they thought best and :not to vote the- new sidewalks and improved for. h'iin'' 'because he was an old timer. and the new families that- are Not to skim the creani, or. play the moving in.'-. But in the v ot the woK, but look to .the future of I.C. A b. the marks of pro- DIAMCND. .CITY NOTES great province and vote as they vcry clearly the pro-; Miss Irene .Tohnstone was thought He believed inan wislgrew tnat really makes that of f the Johnston- for a ro better than a coyote 'who would] town possible. -The coke ovens going not attend to his. highest at full blust shipping two hundred itics and 'after ckraful consideration and fifty daily, forty new ovens vote as his conscience And rapidly nearing and large if "the public did not him as improvement in the machinery de- their there would not partment show a large increase All I business done. her brother, Chas. few days last week. May Ahcrn spent a week out on the Johnston ranch. Miss Ella Carpenter was visiting in the Diamond for a few days at John- "Fireproof Safes Vault Safes __------L etcv .of WANTED Competent housemaid, capable doing good ironing. Apply Box N. 170-O SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST HOMESTEAD REQU- LAT1OH8 A ay even numbered secUon of iri and Alberta, excepting 8 and ;8, not may be J by. any person who the head a family; or'any male 18 yean ,f age, to the: axtent of one-qoartet Action of 160 more or for entry most be? mads .German woman desires to offer ser- vices to English speaking family as urae or domestic during day time K, Herald Office. ITC-6' p WANTED General Mrs. E: lill, Lethbridge ston's and McAllister's. happier man than himself. IHr. Oliver Jono's new store is al-' most completed. governments.and 'men had their, sin? The tniction engine has statiwl break on Mr. E. Reynold's land half n'milc north of here. Mr. Alex. Johnston has been laid up for a days' with a sore knee. Mr. James Graves has been hiid off work on account of his finger having been poisoned by a. rusty tin. The engine that pumps water up fromthe river has been.broken which has caused a shortage of water. Mrs. John Bawling has been sick for the last few days. Aiiss Ella Carpenter is visiting with the Johnston family on the ranch. Mr. Chas. Tteadman sold out his house and lot to Mr. Baron. lie left isnd the speaker was aware ;be had his sins and failings, but he was pre- pared to do his best for the .people of this constituency, He scored the government lightly for a number of their 1 romises, which he claimed they had not ..fulGlled and also for man} (hargcs they had made against the Conservatives when in power. Dealing with taxes he produced fig iires to show tbe Liberals had raised them from to fll r-er head, al- lowing for increased population. He claimed the Conservatives, when in power, had constructed all taeini portant railways in the west and Ihe Liberals had done veryv little here for England this morning where ho visit for two months. extending thew power, ami at coining irto nome length further To power sufficient for'all there are eight large Mit these have inadequate and two new! large boilers are being nstalled. To furnish compressed m for the engines that haul out the train loads of coal ooe_of the larges of air eoBtpremofs 'have bee (made in Sherbrooke, bu this cannot fwnish air enough and another of equal capacity ia being put in. The'fan that the ai into the and of' the mine run by power, generated by two other large two aiilea back over the With alt these >-it may be readily seen that the era of prosperity that came to Coleman a year ago bkkt (air to continue with her for to come. will be ptoMed to go into the matter whether you are desirous of purchasing at present or not. Our representatives in the booth will be Mr. J. A Young awel W. E. Feathwretone, who will gladly furnish prices, etc., on anything in our line that you may require. Offices mad Warerooms 55 King West, Htmilton, Oat. 311 fiteiimdtT Avc., WiBAipeg, ninion Lands Agency Sub-Agencf district in which Uw land .Uuate. Entry b> proiy may, bow ;ver be made at an Agency on certain by the son, aughter.i brother or suiter of an ia- nding bomestesder TKe ta required to'per- orm tbe'homestead duties under oos f the loltowing plans: (1) At least six months' residenos >pon and cultivation of tbe land ia acb year for .three years. (2) A homesteader be sa perform the t required; resi> deDce duties by living on farming land owned solely hy him. not l-m than eighty (80) acies in extent, the vicinity of, homestead, ownership of land will not owes requirement. (3) If the father (or mother, if tht father ia deceased) of a hocaeateadsr has permanent residence OB farming land owned by him, no4 less than eighty (80) acres in extent, ia the vicinity of the homestead, or up- on a homestead entered for by him ia the homesteader TO LET [perform own residence duties Boarders and Pre- ijving with the father (or ferred. Apply 1906 Dufferin St. (4) The term "vicinity" in the preceediug is.defined as FOR SALE I meaning not more than .nine hi A -MeConnick Mowing Machine, ftwA line, exclusive of tbs width for saler cheap. Apply to A. Max- of in As well, Box Lethbridge. J measurement. (5) A homesteader intending 'to TO REKT 1 perform residence duties' in House on Bartlett on cordance with the above while SERVANT VVANTED Wanted a general servant, with a knowledge of cooking. Apply to Mrs J. Lee Johnston, 314 Cutbill street. 73-6 HOUSE TO RENT Five-roomed house -on Dufferin 8t Apply Alvin Ripley, Whitney Block 173-6 i ii 111 i 11 111111iiii1111i i i i n 1111 i1111i 111 London Road. House on Baroness with parents or oo farming land own- Road, close to station. Apply H.Mac led by mupi rotify tbs beth Agency. 17I-6Jfor the district of such mtention. Six months' in writing APPREHTICE WANTED Ibe given to tbs Oommissioost ot Apprentice to blacksmithing trade, minion Lands at Ottawa, of UaMMssi L. H. Fowler A Co. 1733 to apply for patent. W. W.OOfiY. Deputy of the Ministet oi N.B.-Uoaatborise4 s4 lor. Now on exhibitioii in onr window. We want yonr verdict M to whether there is any Sewing Machine to equal it. Bring along sonic material ar.d see bow it Turpin Furniture C COMPLETE HOUSE FUtNISHEW Hotel" took charge at noon Friday. His name is James XacNeil. a caany: Scot, from Cranbrook, B.C. EUROPE A. B. Aytssworth to Consul Spocialiit Regarv4nf Hoarlnc Cliaws, July A. B. Ayles- vorth is contemplating a trip to 1 rope immediately after the close of the session to consult a specialist in lieeases of the ear, and expects to bo absent at least two months. Is now offering for sale CHEAPEST LOTS ON THE MARKET adverttscsMBt wfll BNt LTVERY BARN TO EXCHANGE THE LKXNK OftOIN- offJAlikirrA lib hrtt tftte Wrrt rt West FROM EACH ty I j v Also a few Acre Lots East of Westminster Road, each VJ'" "lvv" j Application has been made Livery barn on Rcgina-Prince Al- L removal of his wholesale xrt branch of C. N. Ry, with room iicenae ttom the situate for head horses, in live town of Lot i Block 91 Plan 78 D, Lethbrisfce 700 population, good school, the pwmises situate ca lot IS. try well settled. Will take stock for Block 7 733 Al- part or full payment. For partku- lars see FORD TYLER TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS Fer ttts Exhihvtmt, fsry, Jtwns Wh Aihr.Ws wW Csn- Faciftc Raihray MV 4 a vV i One-third cash, one-third 6 balance 12 .months. 'Intereet 6 per cent, per annum Al a bsrn raising in Culross town- John Inglis met with a severe accident which may cause his death.; Lord Roberts while in Canada willj pay visit to Toronto. j Herbert Sims, Belleville, fell froirt; scaffold and died from the injurioi J. Brenton, a homesteader at Err. fold, near Moose Jsw, lost s through a mowing accident. If necessary this applicatioa will be considered by a board of license com- missioners at s meeting to be heM si Lethbridge on Tuesday the 4th day of August, at 9 o'clock p. m., DATED AT EDMONTOH this Ird day of July, IfW. Acting Deputy Attorney Oeasnl. The Edmonton city to sell the SlnAheosm 'owned sad operated by the foM Hmssrtosv fto-tfc roent. ;