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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 7, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta ALTA RANK OF CANADA Wfeb 188 fa the Uflttu tkttAl f acilitita tor of Param, 1 JLeUfl aa well Cattfcnea, Grata Dealers ol Miaofacttifcnaii extend throughout the country. Negotiable paper handled on the most' favorable teraa. latefttt paid quarterly pa Sarinp Aecovata, LETHSJIIDaf MANCH: J. It cnr coma's REGULAR MEETING MM VMMt iavor, are the etrofig ol I BATCH OF B. C. MEWS brother, if r.G. F.Frftser awl at meeting- Her other A small debts court been brother. Mr.- Alex Fraser, who is Ublished at Penticton. The population of Vancouver U DOW claimed be There 'will '-bV an' r 'Orange celebra- tion at Revelstoke on- July 13tii; The Guggenheima intimate 'tfcal they will resume work on their Car- iboo claims. The btrawberry crop around Koot- enay lake will be the heaviest for years past. Militia orders haye been iaaued from Ottawa authorizing the organ- ixation of a company of infantry at Armstrong. r It is reported the Great Northern railway will operate a line of auto- mobiles between WenUchee, Orovilk and Pentictou, A prospecting boom hag struck Moyie. During the past week sever- al claims were located along the up- per Moyie lake. ___ is submitting two by-laws to rate-payers. One- is to raise money to provide for a park and the other to raise money for sidewalks. f The national transcontinental rail- way commission hag appointed nine- teen men' to act as fire wardens along the line of the Grand Trunk Pacific railway. The Fraser Kiver'Record, published at Mission 'Junction by J.- A. formerly publisher of the Cumberland News, is the latest addition to. the j list of British Columbia weeklies. K. railway company have intimated their intention to run no more trains Jnio Sandon, bat to make their terminal instead of Saidon, as formerly. _ Txniis Holman, the energetic found- er the tobacco industry at Kelp ,na has now five planters in active oper- ation, and also experimenting with a piece of ground where he intends to grow the tobacco under canvas so as to obtain. a record growth. The first carload shipment of straw- berries ever, sent out of British Cw- lumbia -was- shipped from .Vancouver on June I9thr by R. Robelrtson Company. The shipment was des- for. Winnipeg, and was made possible by the co-operation of grow- ers round the district of Victoria. Nineteen hump backed whales, each valued approximately at was the record catch made by the "steamer Orion, engaged Scenario-depot of the Pacific Whaling company on Vancouver Island, last week. At the present moment some 'ninety teachers' positions in.. _ the .public schools of this province-are spending part of vacation with his brother In Coleman. Mr. Alex Frailer is the 'acoou of Do- minion 'Steel Co., in, Sydney, Cape Bretons He sjieaks in gtawing terms of the v marvdWmi in that eastern part of Canada. Devel- opment there ior rapid itj and stabil- ity, Ke 'says, is" not excelled if it is equalled anywhere with the possible exception of in the province of Al- berta. Mr. Mantforne, principal of the school, spent Saturday and Sunday in Fernie, B C. CCALOALE Ccaldale, July will be ser- vices every Sunday at Mr. Patching's home at 3 o'clock until further no- tice. The new minister is very much appreciated. H. Buggitt and family moved in- to'their "elegant new farm home north track. Mr. Enaxrr and family and-' the Patching young people took in the circus at Lethbridge. Burnett was in Lethbridge Thursday. :.'Misa Norton is spending the holi- days with her parents. 3fr. W. H. Pawaon and wife are visiting at Calgary. Mr. .Will Mair the Cal- gary fair. iMrs. Cokely has Amoved into the house vacated by HI A. Suggit. H. Pawson has. had painters at worktm his home and farm build- ings. gasoline engine is breaking in vicinity, also several steam out- fits.. _; Ben Heighes returned to his home from a few weeks spent on his home- stead near Iron Springs. Muir and Bert. Sinclair have returned from a trip to Kelson, B. C. Harry Burnett and. Pai; Me Arthur leitTriday evening, for the Fair on-the special-train. opened'the Coaldale Grocery Store Thursday, having com- pleted the purchase Tbere oaly a light docket for MM city couaci! to last nigfct at their rirfiiliir lusrMsg 111 tjhr Hwttoa, who is in Calgary with LMhbridge exhibit at the fair. Tht BMtting wan held ia the olace aa the council chambMr was not habHable owing to the dirt from Uariat down of UM valla of the building fur the erection of the new hail. L. M. Juhiuitobe adviMii coun- cil he appealing btrfore the j'.Klge axainai the ajtoftannteitt of property be has ACIOM the track Aid, expUined that nothing would probably come ol it, The School Board wroU asking that the city the heae sta- tion from location on the Westminster school council ordered the retuoval to bo made. Immigration Agettt Chaa. Vair wrote the city advising that the city write general immigration J. Bruce Walker, Winnipeg, regarding the sewerage .nuisance at the Hall, and advise him to have a septic tank made in the coulee to the north j of the hall. The secretary wiH-fol- low Mr. Mair'tt advice. The Mayor and Council were pleaa- to receive the invitation from the School Board to attend the laying of the cornerstone of -the new Cen- tral School July 9th. The petition of Ed. Brad beer and others for sewer and sidewalk on the north aide of Bompaa St. from Smith to Gait St. was to the com- mittees in of these works. The Qalt Hospital. Board Mked that the hospital be exempted from Payment of for the installa- tion of a fire, alarm box. The coun- cil decided to grant the request. The application of the Electric Company for a reduction of the price oi 10 cents per thousand gallons to 8 was referred to the water- works committee. The following accounts were order- ed Bentley Co............................ 2.40 R. G. Addison 25 (K> n. O'Heilly >75 Bell Telephone Co. D. J. Whitney 14.90 J. H. Fieetwood 25.00 Hyde ft Saunders............... Leth. Electric Co. HV% Race What aav it, swings over newspaper should be made o the Alaskan coast awl then south Vjoint committee meeting of around the Alaskan peninsula. This Ural committees will be held s a well established 'tact, and the unlay night when a report new marine are being .prepar- progress of the market wiU be sub d, showing this new course." "The result of the warm current be- ng carried along these formerly fri rid and inhospitable has been plainly the last two. or three on on sev Sat the mitted. FRI IT All freali and in first-class condition Strawberries U.OO a crate Cherries---- 1.45 Peachea.... Apricots..'.. H" -V Plums...... 1.76 Chow Sam 4Co. McKelvie McGaire's Old Stand The Lethbridge public and the travelling public to is as clean and up-to-date restaurant as there is in Alberta, and that strictly wtiife help is em ploy ed. Charges moderate POSITION WANTED German woman desires to offer ser- vices to English speaking family as nurse or domestic during day time K, Herald, Office. 172-6 p Coal mioinc riffhtt oil toe in llsailoU, Saskatchewan, the Yukon Ttfritory. North-WeM Territories and British Colunpia, be leased (or a term of years at aa annual rental of acre. Noi more than 3JMO will leased to one applicant. Application a leaae bs made to thr if nnt rr flntr If rat the district in whieb the rifhtt plied Ior are situated. In surveyed (erritory the tans) most be described by or W gal Bubdivisions of and uiiHurveyed territory the tract appli- ed for shall be ataked out. Each application muat be panied by a fee of which will refunded if the applied tor are not available but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the mer- chantable output of the rfiiue at the of five cents per ton. Every of coal raining >vhich are not being operated shall furnish the district Agent of Domin- ion Lands with a sworn statement to that effect at least once in each year. The will include the eoal rights only, but the lesee may be permitted to purchase whatever ivuilable surface rights may be con- sidered. necessary for the working ol the mine at the rate of f 10 an acre. For full information application be made to the Secretary ol he Department cf the Interior, Oi awa, or any Agent or Bub-Agent ol Dominion Lands. W. W; CORY, Deputy Minister of the Interior. Unauthorized publication ol ilia advertisement will not be WANTED General Mrs. E. J Lethbridge If SERVANT WANTED a general servant, with n knowledge of cooking. Apply J. Lee Johnston, 314 Cutbill street. 173-6 FOUND Pair of_. ladies' gloves and hadker chief. Owner can have-sahib by call ing at Herald Office.' 1730 All Descriptions of .Printing, Job and. Book Work, Print. ing TO LET Boarders and Pre- ferred. Apply 1205- Dufferin St. 173-6 S) S) J TEMPERATURE AMD RAINFALL The figures of temperature and pre- years." I cipitation registration ai Lethbridge "Just as Oregon, Washington and .for June are as follows: Vancouver Island owe their mild win- Temperature tors and long continued rainfall to Max. Min. Precip. his warm current so the whole west-] June 1............. 58.8 4g.O 0.33 PERFECT ICE-CREAM. Warranted to make a joy of every siuling hot day. You never, knew what Ice-Cream was until, you've tasted ours. All PUREST, BEST. Try it TODAY. Try it every day. and try it in the evening if you want to win a soft spot in "her" heart. Rochoo's Candy Kitchen and ke Cream ern coast of Alaska and British Columj bia are gradually experiencing the in- Huence of this change, the great ha-j mility caused by the cotwUnt work- ing inland and effecting the whole! northern country west of the divide. Montana got the first plain effect of this last year, with an unprecedent- ed amount of ram, followed by an] equally unprecedented miki THE Now on exhibition in onr window. We want your Teidkt M to whether there is Any Sewing Machine to it, Brimg akmg towe nalenal ar.d bow it works. "fie Torpin Furniture Co. COMPLETE HOUSE FUfNISHEtS 2 44.8 3 43.0 4 61.2 49.1 5... 58.5 49.1 53.1 47.0 7 55.7 49.4 8 639 410 10............ 83x8 51.0 11 78.7 48.0 12 42.5 13 43.0 14 72.7 45.0 15 78.0 86.8 57.0 0.50 1.14 0.05 2.92 0.23 me is now here. We can do your odd work in Screen Doors and Windows and do it as you want it. Screen Doors Screen Windows Once made to-fit your win- dows or doors they are good for years. CAR OF PLASTER OF PARIS Just Arrived WM. OUVER'S PLANING MILL Office, Yards and Factory: Cir. ttlU IOPU JTEB1I Telephone 153 FOR SALE McCormick Mowing Machine, for sale, cheap.- Apply, to-A.-Max- well, Box 633, Lethbridge. 173-6 Hoiise on TO. RENT Barfclett SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST HOMESTEAD REGU- LATIONS Any eyen numbered section of Do- niuion lands in Manitoba, Saskatch- -.van and Alberta, excepting 8 and .6, not reserved, may be homestead- d by any person who is the sole head f a family, or any male over 18 years i age, to the eitent of one-quarter ection of 160 acres more Application for entry'must be made n person by the applicant at a Do- tiinion Lands :Agency or Sub-Agency .or the district in which-the land is Entry by proxy'.may, how" ver be made at an Agency on certain by the father, mother, son, laughter, brother or sister of an int- -.ending homesteader. The homesteader is required to per- form the homestead duties under one >f the following plans: (1) At least six months' residence oa upon of the land in London Road. House on year for three years. Road, close to station. .Apply VL. may, if he so belli Agency. 171-6 APPRENTICE WANTED Apprentice to bliicksinitliing trade. L. H. Fowler Sc. Co. 1733 SEED FOR SALE Fall wheat seed, Alberta Red, sample. G. W. Wiegand 424 Smith St., Lethbridge; also on Section 15, Township 11, Range 22. 174-0 wmm STOCKMEN LIVERY BARN TO EXCHANGE FOR Livery barn on Rcgina-Prince Al- bert branch of C. N. Ry, with room for 160 head horses, in live town of 700 population, good school, coun- try well settled. Will take stock for part or full payment. For particu- lars see FORD TYLER Lethbridge Hotel, Lethbridge. 76.1 77.1 73.6 77.0 M.S W.8 M.8 71.7 71.8 50.2 48.0 45.1 40.7 41.1 4S.8 54.0 0.15 0.01 0.03 0.33 Ik Nberti btay art ImjptiQi Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THE MARKET For the Dominion Exhibition, Cal- gary, June 29th to July 9th, the Can- adian Pacific Railway Company an- nounce a ratt of from Leth- bridge and return. Tkkets on sale June 26th to-July 7th, inclu- sive, final return iirnit July 13th. 183-13 desires', perform the required resi- lience duties by living ,on tanning iand owned him, not -ban eighty (80) acies in extent, in the vicinity of his homestead. Joint ownership of laud will not meet this requirement. If thejather (or mother, if the father is deceased) of a homesteader das permanent residence on farming land owned solely by him, not less than eighty (80) acres in ilie vicinity of the. homestead, or up- on a homestead entertd foibyhimin the Ticinity, sucli homesteader perform his own residence duties by living with ihe father (or (4) The term "vicinity" in the two proceeding paragraphs is -defined as meaning not more than nine miles in a direct line, exclusive of the width of road allowances crossed in the measurement. (5) A homesteader intending to perform his residsnce duties in ac- cordance with the above while living with parents or on farming land own- ed by himself must notify the Agent for the district of such intention. Six months' notice in writing most to the Commissioner of Do- minion Lands at Ottawa, of intention to apply for patent. W. W. CORY. Deputy of the Minister of tho Interior. pubtiettfcm oi this advertisement will not bt for. 0.08 0.04 Mi fcrHi tfftt (atari FROM it Ictii tsttr tt, EACH Also a tew Acre Lots East of Westminster Road, each Lethbridge Auction Mart OD Sale at llio Mart t of 47.9 451 51.5 48.0 6.13 ToUls Avenges 7 TERMS EASY One-third cash, one-third 6 months, balance 12 months. Interest 6 per cent, per annnm Good claw literature at knock out prices They are selling rapidly All the best anthers NOTICE THE LIQUOR LlCtHSC OROIH- ANCE, PROVINCE OF ALBERTA Application has been made hy A. Roy for a removal of his wholesale license from the premises situate oh Lot 1, Block 32 Plan 723 D, Lcthbridgc to the premises situate on lot 15, 'Block 7, Plan 723 D., Lethbridge, Al- berta. If necessary this application will be considered by a board of license com- missioners at a meeting to be held at Lethbridge on the 4th day August, 1903, at 3 o'clock p. m. DATED AT EDMONTON this 3rd day of July, 1906. A. Y. BLAIN, Acting Deputy Attorney General. ROUND STREET TELEPHONE "Here cried the gweat In the cheap restaurant, "this food is simph vile and V don't propoat to pay for it. Where's the "He's gone home to luncK, re- plied the ;