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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 9, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta OF CANADA With 138 Branches iu 90 in the West _ the Unioo Bank, has exceptional facilities for baodUiig the bttsineM of Farmers, Cattlemen, Deaiers aiid Retail MercUauU, weU as of extend throughout the country. Negotiable paper handled on the favorable Ittsmft paid quarterly Savings AccooeU. Coleman ,'Colcman, .July 8.-" son, oue of the uiost popular nwaw- bers ot locar 'ipf the Min- er's Union, left on Monday Knglnnd. For the he; has been treasurer of tne which office "he has most satisfactorily to all, Always ready .to awtiat- in. anything that would hell) "the boys" gentlemanly and good hearted Joe will be missed while away and welt coined heartily when he returna to Coleman. A large crowd of "Eagles" of -.which lodge, he; is an active mem- ber to the Urain and "saw him Jauics Grewcut't, fourteen year old son of Mrs. Jane i Grewcutt, left1 on Monday night for Banll where he will learn the .baker's trade and" business Baraum and Uailsy cirttM aii extended Midi Gitnte, York City thiii spring. The King Circus aettsoa at the It imported that tbeir was very large. The Greater Korrig mtueum, menagerk, hippodrome and of nations, in Sau thirty days. (Jut Uur to 27J9.873 paki city wre m their praise of UM, new big show. By arraugeitteat of the three big each of them opened tbfcir the ;var- ious sections of the country ihat they play. Baruuiu ami Bailey circus will play tho New England sUtas; the ftioglmg Broi., the Middle West ami Southern States, and the Great- er Norris Howe circus the territory west of the Hock lew. Thus each tion of the country wiii one of the big shows thiu year. f.: A. Cox is H is estimated that with the three crodited Mfith being in control of the 1 big circusses the country, the Bank of Commerce. This is not the Rugling Bros., the.Greater Nqrris 5 ;i the ownership1 ol'its' shares Rowe, and the Samurn Bailey is any measure .of the influence a that there axe JULY are the strong points of >aW> BANK OF COMMERCE AND SENATOR COX CMitral that and Own.LaM r One-Fifth 25c istfcrsti wwrtiSM tor SI SYMOPtlt OP OOAt MINIMO Rf G It's RICH. CLEAR COLOR, fre'sh FRAGRANCK aud DE- LICIOUB FLAVOK have made it hosts of frieuds. Are YOU one" yet? ;-i TC furnished and un- furnished. Also for light-housekeep- ing, good location.- Address H, G. c-o Herald; Office. 74'5 RAB Tea is sold only in LethbrMge by THE %ENTLtY CO. LTD. WANTED First class cook lor Apply S. small hotel. Warner. 70-0 HELP WANTED Vcstmaker and coatinaker wanted at once, must be first eluss ant thoroughly competent. Apply to A. Southard, Lethbridge, Alta. 75-C holder exercises on It estimated by tlie Prince Rupert Em- pire that the senator and his friends own less than a fifth of the bank's shares." owning..! and over in .the' bank, arc: John.Manuel, Ottawa Canada Life................ horses. 100 elephants, 175 cars besides lundreds of other uaed. It costs about a. day to operate these .shows. They are about of equal size and importance "thia year, _ It is estimated, that the distance covered by the three big shows this Orleans, La. with his undo. J iui is a fine large strong boy, quick to learn, and it is j gir w. C. Macdonald hoped that for his widowed mother's1 Robert E.'Craig, jr., New sake he will take-C to The ;new life kindly.. .'t.U We are very sorry the I. C. tc C. _Cp. are allowing to occupy tho new cottages on the Union Trust, Detroit........ season will exceed in the aggregate miles. Each show will travel on three special trains, it is said. George A.. Cox W. Clark Craig, Vicksburg, Mississippi............... Circus day at Lethbridge, Friday July 17. second' bench "or to. build houisea there. Many of the Anglo Saxon race living there are 'not very- well pleosetl and jittering their 'com- plaints. their strange' speech, their "apparent disregard for the; Sab- bath, their beer and per- haps stronger, car- ousals on. every occasion that furnish an excuse for. one, they should be kept by themselves. Less than half '-a mile v up the track" iis Slav- town they 'should ;be kbpt ly in that town where they mfty car- ry out their ideas Is they to in Toronto are 'quoted at the present time around BASEBALL RESULTS EASTERN: At R.H.E Baltimore ..___....... ...1 Newark...................'.... .2 i Jersey _. Providence Jersey City.....................1 At .Sedalia, Tajr-1 Buffalo lor, a Missouri Pacific telegrapher Rochester......................8 150. ARRESTED TELEGRAPHER at Lamontc, who was on duty the night when two. Missouri Pacific pas- seger trains, collided head-on near Knobster last week, was arrested at Dr2sden yesterduy on a charge of tYianslaughter. Eight persons were AMERICAN: At Cleveland .0.7.0 A AUAgitu -W i kiled and about thirtyl injured in Fly Time rtoy fiiere.JvWo can do your odd work; in Screen Doors aridVWindows and do it as you want it. Dbbirs Screen Windows made tb; fit your win- dbwB or doort they are good for yeari. CAR OF OF PARIS Just Arrived the collision. Taylor and a despatcher, and hot people so 3trang> o{ this cityrwere held respohr Washington fw-Il'cf t HPTYl rt flf I _ _ i 1 _ 1 Philadelphia; F At 3 completely unaccustomed to them and who will never .mingle with them. Miss Belle Laird and Heir nrother Douglas, returned home this morning on the express. jThey.rwlth ;ailb41ier been delightful visit "at" their grandfathers in Ladysiuith, BV C.V lor the? past sfr-' ven weeks. Annie" 'there some weeks longer until fully restor- sible by tlie "coroner's juryTStrang has not been arrested. her long illness The others' came BREAKS HER RECORD New York, July swift Cun- ard Liner Lusitania has broken aaf] At New York- New York.......................3.9.3 -NATIONAL: At resumed ihe PLANING MILL Office, Yards ami Factory: U rt MHPI5 SIIfETS Telephone 158 WANTED Competent housemaid. capable o doing good irouiug. Apply Box N. 170-0 Coal uiuuitf HgbM ol ui KUuiioba, BtaJuttebewau, Alberta, Yukon the North-We.l Territories and Britiab Columoia, term pi at an annual rental of ao, acre. Nof more thaa acres wiU be leased U> one cMUOU lU A Uluit fat made to the or the district in'which the righU plied for are In surveyed ,_ J must be described by or gal subdivisions of sections, and uusurveyed territory the tract appli- ed tor shall be staked out. Kach application must be accom- panied by a fee of which will refunded if the rights applied for are: not available but-not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid OB the K-hantable output of the dine at ;ate of five centa per ton. POSITION WANTED German woman desires to offer ser- vices to English speaking, family as Every of coal mining which not being. operated shall furnish the district Agent of Bomin- ton Lands with a sworn statement to Lbat effect at leaat once in each year. The lease will include the eoai mining rights only, but the lesee may: WHAT A PICNIC! it would be if you didn't take along with you a generous'quantity of some of our bottled ale and beer, any soda, sarsaparilb, Iron Water, Etc.? Cooled in a babbling brook or on a cake of ice, smack your lips over the thought how your luncheon will taste -with such a welcome You know we have'a phone. But call in if you have time and sample our purcpro- LETHBRIDGE BREWING 4 MALTING COMPANY, Ltd nurse or domestic during day time K, Herald Office. _ _ 172-6 p be permitted to purchase whatever :vailable surface rights may be con-; idered necessary for working ol he mine at the rate of an acre. For full information application, hould be made to the Secretary of he Department cf the. Interior, Oi awa, or my Agent or Sub-Agent ql >ominion Lands. W W. CORY, Deputy Minister of the Interior, publication ol his advertisement will not be pftid SERVANT WANTED Wanted a general servant, with a knowledge of cooking. Apply to Mrs. J. Lee Johnston, 314 Cutbill street. 173-6 FOUND Pair of ladies' gloves and hadker- call 173-C chief. Owner can have same by ing at Herald Office. TO LET Boarders and Pre- erred. Apply 1205 Dufferin St. 173-C Halifax, July rumor is current among politicians here, that the Dominion House will dissolve after the election will be held the second .'.week in November. 6therVspeed 643 knots leadership by defeating ed to health after from typhoid fever. by to Frank "last 'night J ing on to Coleman this morning. Both look" as if much improved by their trip and their many friends cbr- dially welcome'them back. _ Why docs not the flyer Cole man? Surely the business they would -get would warrant Perhaps it is that tbcro is .so little at.Oolemaa to look at but there Is a 'town growing and growing. There arc passengers many of them who; .would find-the train a -great convenience and it would pay them to stop Per- haps they stop. at Frank for water, during the taking of which passen- gers have an opportunity to get on or If this is it and doubtless it is, why then we won't say any more about it. Mr. Lcary, "tired of paying rent has started to build a house for him self besides Marshall" laird's.' It is to be about, 22 x 26 a storey and half high. A severe .bush fire is at present rag ing in the mountains, just south of Crow's station. With the strong west wind that is now blowing it is probable much damage" may be ;done it burns itself out. Xo fears nru hmvevcr entertained for Crow's Jfest and it is of course too far west to hurt Coletnan. a day acording to information receiyjI Broklyn 3. by the Gun ard' line at f Game-r record alsoIpitsburg -held by her was 641 knots per day. I The new fast run was made in the I" 2nd rst day out the Lusitania'a pres- PittsEiirg' ht trip to Quecnstown. JUBILEE SINGERS COMING Philadelphia At St. Louis Boton At .7.6.2 ...2.7.4 H. Williams; the principal Cincinnati .S.12r2 singer of the Jubilee Singers, jrew York.....................3.7.6 appeared at Wesley Church-last win- ter-will be at the this TO AID HONDURAS week, with a company, of nne talented has artists in a musical farce entitled taken up; arms in support of Hohdu- "Miss Lucy Diiring eacni ras which has a revolutionary move- ening entertainment there will be ment on its hands, according to a number of classical and comic songs j dispatch received at the state depart- and j raent today. This despatch says that This company comes to us highly an arniy is being recruited by Ni- recommended they have sung caragua arid that troops are being most of the leading churches in I hurried forward with Maxim batter- Southern Albertai the. past winter. ies to the aid of Honduras. Sfoving pictures the sanie each cven- The Lethbridge public and ;the travelling, -public know the FOR SALE McCormick Mowing Machine, or sale, cheap. Apply to A. Max veil, Box 633, Lethbridge. 173-C SCAVENGING Any person desiring a scavengei waggon or closets cleaned' can have same done by leaving orders with E. P. c-o Police Station. 74-0 is as clean and restaurant as tbere is in Alberta, and ttiat strictly -white help is employed. Chares moderate Straitemes TIIS ;il5c FOR SALE New 7 roomed house, "well located. water and light. Apply Box 86, Leth bridge, P. 0. SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST HOMESTEAD REGU-" LATIONS 1 Any even numbered section of Do uinion lands in Manitoba, Saskatch- :wan and Alberta, 8 and reserved, may be nomestcadl- by any person who is the sole head if a family, or any male over 18 years I age, to the one-quarter of 1GO acres more or less. 74rt U for entry must be made n person by ihe applicant at a Dp- iiiuion Lands; Agency .or [8 sample. G. W. Smith SU Lethbridge; also "on Section 15 Township 1L, Range, 22, 174-0 ICE CREAM Fall wheat seed, Alberta t'be District in which 4be land Is Entry by rproxy ;may, how be made at an Agency on certato conditions by the father, mother, BOO, brother of an in- homesteader. The homestead-er is required to per- form the; homestead duties under oae .if the following plans: i (1) At least six months' residence upon and cultivation of the land in year for three years. 2) A homesteader may, if he io desires, perform' .required resi- WANTED Girl wanted for light .housework. Apply to Mrs. Gallivan, 713 Duffer- in St. 752 BUDD" ;REED Successor to Gx W. H. Kcecl. I Ring Up 108 When you want DRAYlfcC Done promptly and satisfactorily JOHN BRODIE I .T WATCH FOUND A gentleman's gold watch found on Saturday near Palace Livery. Apply to J. R. Perry, 3 doors east of sor Hotel. duties by living on farming land owned solely hy him, not NOTICE lihan eighty (80) acies in All persons having claims against the vicinity of his.homestead. Joint Rogers Borup are-requested to ;owaershiip of, land will not meet this forthwith render the to C. S. requirement. 75-3! (3) If the father (or mother; if the is deceased) of a homesteader HORSE FOR SALE Ihaa. permanent residence on farming A first class driving horse Apply to land owned solely by him, not less Box 385, Lethbridge, Alta. 75 6 than eighty, (80) acres .in extent, the vicinity of the homesleaa, or FOR SALE ton a homestead entered for by him in team of young horses, can be Ue Ticinity, such, homesteader mj; seen at J.R. a mile perform his own residence duties .by south of Diamond City. 75-6 living with ihe (4) The term vicinity m the two ing. Price of admission vfpr the three evenings 15 and 25 cents. 175-4] VETERAN EDITOR DEAD Watcrtown, N. Y., July Jerc Coughlin, aged 55, editor of the Wa- tertown Herald and one of known newspaper men in northern New York, died suddenly of heart fail- ure at Sackett'a Harbor late last night. R. BROWN Carriage Painter, House Painter, Hanger, Wcod'-FinishsrXEtc. PHONE 124 25 ARGYLE ST. IRE Slid IISHimCE! Indorsed by and Importer North Calgary, Alta., July 6th, 1908. To All Owners of Good Horses: I have looked into the Affairs of the British American' Lire Stock Asso- ciation, and am pleased to say that J can highly recommend them to all owners of fine stock. I am carrying with them myself, and have the fullest confidence in their integrity and methods of doing bus- iness. Yours truly, (Signed) JOHN A. TURNEB, Balgttfgan Farm S. G. DAVIES, 'S BAY COY. Values for FRIDAY BUYERS You will be abundantly repaid in money and time wring if yon come to this store for a sewing machine. Is there any machine on the .riet to equal the White Rotary Then we have from and up, ai! drop hewu and fully guaranteed, We have sold lota o! them and everyone giving the complete tatiafactioB. Our economical ways of doing buiineee make savings on every article bought in thii. store. Turpin Furniture COMPLETE HOUSE FCTNISHEIS fafcUm IAKAD6 i White Lawn Shirt Waist SuiU, made of Apiendid quality lawa, front trimmed.witb Switt embroklsry end val insertion, plain skirt witln Ibms worth Aoi 13.75. Fridny bargain-.. l f U LoTely White Lawn SniU, waist with round yoke of heavy lace insertion and finished with fine Tal insertion down the front, neatly tucked. Skirt" made with circular flounce, and finished with Inckctl bias folds and nine rows of fine val inser- tion, worth 18 a snit On Sale Friday..... While Linen Skirta, neatly trimmed with embroidery insertion and bias folds, very fine linen, worth every OR cent of Friday 1 A SPECIAL IN CORSETS. 25 pair B. C. Corsets, princess hip, medium length with hose supporters, all this season goods. sixes 19 to 28, reg. a pair. Friday bargain---- 1, SftJWfi) VALUES IN STAPLES fenm Barfziss WOMEN'S CASHMERE HOSE. Fine quality black cashmere hose, soft finish, seamless teer. guaranteed pure cfishuicrc, rcg. pair Of? On Sale Friday............... BATH TOWELS AT LITTLE PKICES 24 pair heavy quality uubleached bath towels, well nmsiiwi. 40, worth 40c a pair. Friday.. WHITE TABLE LINEN. This is your chance to buy good linen cheap. Irish Table Linen direct from the mills, fine even finish, 72 inches wide, per yard. Friday..., LADIES' SUNSHABES REDUCED, A bargain at the right time. 15 only fancy Parasols in silk, linen and cotton, all this season's sunshades, regular prices from to OC BM Paat Kf Friday at..... Zt> ICT URl 111 PUR SALE meaning not more than nine One 6 year old mare, in foal, on fc exclusive of the width 2 j'ear old mare; one 2 year old horse j. arid one 4 year old horse. One second of road allowances crossed hand double wagon. Will sell cheap -measurement for cash or will exchange for milch in the (5) A homesteader, intending to i perform his residence duties in ac- cows or city lots. Can be seen at Fur- the above while man's Livery Barn. Henry Byer. LOST OR STOLEN Stolon, or taken from Soo train by mistake, on July 20th Century make, with J. W. M. on in- j side pocket. Express to J. W. Me Calder, 37 Main St., Kalispell, Mont., and receive reward. NOTICE All accounts owing .to the firm of Nelson and Fraser must be paid on or before July 21st. After that date they will be given into the hands ol a snliestor. NELSON FRASER. with parents or on farming land by himself must notify the Agent for the district of such intention. Six months' notice in writing must 2 given to the Commissioner of-Do- ninion Lands at Ottawa, of.intention apply for patent. W. W. CORY. Deputy of the Minister of Interior..'. pabticatton ol this advertifieaaent will not BYLAW "CARRIED by-law granting exemption to the proposed pspc-ir-Tnill W3S carried to- j. n -.Uiy Oy H VWtu Uk yiu vv> the promoter says that work vail be started and that several thou- sand will find employment la th'a mill and in the bush getting out pulp wood. LIVERY BARN TO EXCHANGE FOR Livery barn on Region-Prince Al- bert branch of C. N. Ry, with room 700 population, good school, coun- try well settled. Will take etock for part or full payment. For particu- lars SCO FORD TYLER Lethbridge Hotel, First-das Cafe IS ma MTU Stort Order tetveta AetH T ;