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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 10, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LITHtHIDai, ALTA FRIDAY, JULY FIVC IV "You may ask for a good thins and nwir gtt U. But, if you don't oik, you an tun nottogtt it." In worth and style and satisfaction Brand Clothing will well rejfay you for the slight trouble of asking for it Sold and br QALT SCHOOL DISTRICT, Junt Promotions in Or- of Mtrit Promotioiw from Sr. IV to Sr. 1 Ellsie Clarke. 2 A1U Hardy. 3 Fred Davis. 4 Donald Holman. 5 Joe Davis. V Sr. IV Not 1. Levar Ericktien. 2 .Amanda Pier- son. 3 Lorena Holnian. Promotions from Jr. IV to I Leona Christensen. 2 Lucy Steed. 3 George Davis. 4 NanetU Pier- son. 5 Iniie Barton. 6 Delia Pas- sey. 7 Eddy Chafer. 8 Wilford FIRE AT BOtTOM DOCKS disastrous fire started .this evening ou the docks at Boston. Fire alarms were sounded, summoning the greater part of the apparatus from all over the city. It burned the docks of the Cunard line: Several freight cars were destroyed. At five o'clock the flumes had swept 1 aud 2 buruiikg the big Boston and Albany Railroad grain elevators containing three hundred housand busliels of export grain. The loss will be heavy to the docks and merchandise. Brandley. 9 Peterson. 10 Na- omi Spackman. Jr. IV- Not 1 Vernon Spackman; 2 Mark Oler. S Ernest Zaufg.. 4, Promotions from Sr. ILto Jr. IV LAST EVENING The (ana who braved the heat to go down to the ball park night wore rewarded by seeing another close alul exciting game, when the Railway beat tlie by 7-6 score the Press refuse to recognue as official', claiming the game by the 8-7 owing to the refusal of the Railway in finishing the gauu; wlieo the Press came into the lead. In ftrst half -of 8th Frew runs tiu'g them one aliead, but before the other half wag played, the. umpire Clint Macdooald called the game on account: of The Railway team was a pitched up bunch, Houk and Carmichael not; being on hand. They a> big lead in the game owing chiefly to the- rag- gc-d h'ekling of the and a general shake-up look place. The winners weut uj> in the air in the fifth and the scored five runs on two hiti. O'Brien pitch ed a good game, striking out twelve men and allowing ouly one pass but his support was ragged. He was touched for seven-hits while his' team made only four off Whitson, the new southpaw aitd Tate. I Tlie score by, R.I1.E Press '0 0 0 6 A 0 .1................6.7.6 Railway 321001 The teams were: Brown 2b, Pulley ss and Nicholson lb, Da vies and ss, Van Spunckeren 3b, Henuber If, Ma-} veety c and If, Whitson p and rf, Tato rf and p. 3b, If, 2b, Barber lb, O'Brien p, Scott rf, Green c, Ptolemy ss, Reid cf: Cofer, Flavor, Fragrance y are tlie slroug poiDtg RAM LAL'S TEA It's RICH, CLEAll COLOR, fresh FRAGRANCE and DE- LICIOUSCFLAYOH have made it hosts of friends. Are YOU one yet? IT IS PURE! i. Ul't Tea is sold only UlkbrUfe by THE BENTLEY C6. LTD. 1 Edna Coffin. 2 Earl Coffin. 3 Bertha Zaugg. 4 Verda Seeley. 5 -Leslie-Owens. 6 Harold Christen- sen. 7 Walter Kiddle. 8 Frank I Hardy. 9 Hand Pasiey. 10 Mel- bourne Sykes. Neilaoiu 12 Earl 13 Dora Christensen 114 Pearl Hirschi.''- 15 Lafayette Er- lickson. 16 Osborne Oler. 17 Grant Seeley. 18 Clara Larsen. iSr. Ill ot It Maggie Selk. 2 Barton. .Einer Ostlund. 4 Lelah Sykes. 5 Vilas Holmani- 6 August 7 Allan Erickson. 8 Bella Hill. 9 Heber Spackman: 10 Orpha Adler. Clayton Hirschi. 12 Neils :Mick- rleseh. Promotions from Sr. II to Jr. 1 Vera Brandley. 2 Perry-Barton. 3 Rosy'Boysbn. 4 Rosy Tillock." 5 :-Jovanta Nelson. 6 Ruby _-Hartley: Leoria. Hirschi. 8 'ZelnVa Christ- i ensen. 9 Harvey Hartley. 10 Lin- den Niissbn. 11 Vlvah NilssomviS Lena Schafer. 13 Dan Micklesen. 14 Julia Neilsoh. 15 Cora King. 5 Promotions irom vJr. II to, 1 Maurine Brandley. 2 Alice Nelson. 3 Verda Spackman. 4 Eva-Zaugg! f? Melinda Oler. 6 Ella Tillock. Eliza Zaugg. '8 Msry Oler. 9 Mel- vin Mitchell. 10 Donald Oler. 11 John Shafer. .4- Jr. II 1, Jennie Adamson. 2 Bessie Nel son. 3 Eugene Chriatenspn. vin Nate. 5 John Passey. 6 Ida Kiddle. Zaugg. 8 Emma Sykes. 9 Arcttn Hardy.. 10 La- vinia Hardman. 11 Ella V. Fawns 12 Thomas Adams. 13 'Lemuel Ad ams. Promotions from Sr. 1 pt. 2 to Jr 1 Alta'Steed.- 2 Valeita Oler. 3 Harol Nilsson. 4, Christensen. .Willie Barton, fi Elsie Adler. Joseph Hartley. 8 Edna Hoi man 9 Stirling Ogden. 10 Ward Nelson Promotions from Sr. I pt; .1st to pt. 1 Ralph Cnristeliseii. 2 May Coffin. 3 Alice Withers. 4 Vvillie Nelson. 5 Ada Erickson. 6 Elodia Peterson. 7 Elgin Peterson. 8 Axie Spack- man. 9 Willie Sykes. 10 Wilford Larsen. Promotions from Jr. I to Sr. I Charlie Tillock. 2 Eliza Passey. 3 Ivy Selk. 4'Fannie Adler. 5 Lelah Zaugg. 6 Alice Ogdcn. Karl Zaugg. 8 Rudell Adamson. 9 Robert Withers. 10 Earl Nelson II Alma Shafer. From Infant Class to Jr. 1 Annie Brandley. 2 Vio Sclk. 3 Arvel Adamson. 4 Vesta Holman 5 Russell Kirk. 6 Lloyd Oler. Owen Purkes. 8 Chauncey Hoga sen. 9 Stella Larscn. 10 Lilli Christcnsen. CANADIAN CRICKETERS Philadelphia, Pa., July Canadian cricket -players representing Toronto began a match hera today with the Morion cricket .club team Morion won the toss and scored 330 runs for six wickets when it was de- cided to declare the innings closed.( The Toronto players made 82 for six wickets, when stumps drawn for the day. BASEBALL RESULTS EASTERN: At. R.H.E. LIGHTNING KILLS CHILD -Halifax, N. 6.; July four year old daughter of W. Ellis, Tyne Valley, -struck lightning while lying on the kitchen floor behind the stove and killed. An infant in the mother's arms was torn from her embrace and thrown to the floor. Buffalo...................y...10 Rochester At Newark ........5 Baltimore At Providence.....................1 Jersey City.....................4 At A FAIR EXCHANGE for his-" sweet her sweet, smile.; And ior a short cut to her f box" of our delicious Chocolates; Caramels, forty- 'leven sure winners. Purest sugars, fruits, exquisitely tasty, fresh daily. Bwysher box today. WANTED The public and travelling public to Hub Cafe is as clean and up-to-date as there is in Alberta, and that strictly -white help is employed. Charges moderate Strnkerries Creai i isc fenU lafket Place WhM yoa bavr uytfciflf U U rest place It k tkte If XM WMI tttt tUf 25e MK 6 tor SI TO RENT furnished and un- urnished. Also ior light-housekeop- ng, location. Address H. G. c-o Herald Office. 74-5 First WANTED class cook lor small hotel. Apply F. S. Lofting well, Warner. 70-0 HELP WANTED Vestmakcr and coatmaker wanted at once, must bti first class and thoroughly .competent. Apply to A. Southard, Lethbridge, Alta. 75-6 WANTED Competent, housemaid, capable of doing good ironing. Apply Box N. 170-0 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 SERVANT WANTED Wanted a general servant, with a knowledge of cooking. Apply to Mrs J. Lee Johnston, 314 Cutbill street. 173-6 Rochon's Candy Kitchen and Ice Cream Parlor FOUND Pair of ladies' gloves and hadker chief. Owner can have same by call ing at Herald Office. 173 SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING MEG ULATIONS 1 Coal mining rights ol the Douriuiou m Manitoba; Saskatchewan, Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the North-West Territories'and British Colunroia, may be leased for a term of tweuty-one years at an annual rental of fl an acre. Koi more than acres will be leased to one applicant. Application for a lease be made to the Agent or Bub-Afeiit ol the district in which the righU ap- plied for are situated. In surveyed territory the land must be described by secticnia, or, lo gal subdivisions o! andl unsurveyed territory the. tract appli- ed for shall be staked out. Each application must be accom- panied by a fee of which will; refuuded if the rights applied for are not available but n'ot otherwise. A oyalty shall be paid the flier- hantable output of the at .the ate of live cents per ton. Kvery of coal mining rifhU vhich are not being operated shall uruish the district Agent of Uomin- ou Lauds with a sworn statement to Jiat effect at least once in each year. The lease will include the eoal tuning rights only, but the lesee may -ie permitted to purchase whatever ivaSlable surface rights may be con- .idered necessary for the working oJ he mine at thfa rate an acre. For application be' made to the Secretary of he Department of the Interior, Ot awa, or any -Agent or Sub-Agent ol )ominion Lauds. W. W. CORY, Deputy Minister of the Interior. publication oi his advertisement will not be CAUGHT IN THE ICE Seattle, unconiiirmed epori received from Alaska says the teainer Ohio" has put Dutch larbor. The Ohio Bailed from here une 1 for New Alaska with MO pas- engers and was the ice. AT LQHDON London, Ont., July Da- is, fourteen year toki ion of T. C. P. R. engineer -was drowned 'while bathing in the Thames river yesterday. CAPT, TALBOT DROWNED Quebec, JulK Talbot, of St. Ignace, who was in charge of the yacht Barnadotia, going from Sorel to .Quebec was drowned near Cham- plain yesterday. Toronto Montreal........................5.7.1. NATIONAL: At Pittsburg-- Pittsburg Philadelphia...................5.8.1 At Chicago Brooklyn At Cincinnati New .2.9.2 At St. St. Louis...................... .2.G 3 Boston.......................11.12.1 AMERICAN: At Washington Chicago At New Detroit 'New York At Cleveland......................4.9.1 At Louis........................5.9.3 "Philadelphia................... .3.8.3 FMJIT All fresh anil in condition Strawberries a Gherries. z. Peaches Tomatoes. Apricots.. .Plums---- 1.45 h15 3.00 1.85 -1.75 Chow Sara Co. Me Kelvie McUtiire's Old Stand TO LET Boarders and Prfr ferred. Apply 1205 Dufferin St. 173-G FOR SALE A McCormick Mowing Machine, for sale, cheap. Apply 'to A. Max- well, Box 633, Lethbridge. 173-G A. WHAT it would be if .you didn't take-along with; you a generous quantity of some of jour bottled ale and bc'er, any soda, sarsaparilla, Iron Brew, Rock Water, Etc.? Cooled SCAVENGING Any person desiring a scavenger waggon or closets cleaned can hnvr- same done by leaving orders 'with' P. Mee, c-o Police Station. 74-0 FOR SALE New 7 rootiwd house, well located; water and light. Apply Box 3G, Leth- bridge, P. 0. -74-6 SALE Fall wheat seed, .Alberta Red; good sample. G. 424. Smith St., Lethbridge; also on Section 15, 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 addition. You- know we have a phone. But call you luivo time and sample bur purcpro- ilvicts. LETHBRIDGE BREWING 4 MALTING COMPANY, Ltd Township 11; Range i22. 174-0 HON. J. MARTIN WILL RUN Vancouver, B. C: July 6. Jos. Martin has written a friend here that he will return in-September and run for Ottawa, no matter who is in the field. BIG INCREASE Toronto July attendance at the University of Toronto has trebled in the last eleven years. ROY GETS .BAIL St: Johns, Que., July Hon. P. H. Roy, president of the defunct Manque de St. was admitted to >ail this morning until the .trial in October. x For sonic time some of the mployces it is alleged, loing some .petty pilfering. .Chief Tillcspic has in his possession a Ju- ly's hat ami some'articles of ladiea'; wear which were fouml beside the A. H. It, I. sheds. The box bocn opened and contents ransacked. Jt was from the T. Eaton Co. and to a at Hillcrest. The name was destroyed. The artickw of apparel were rolled together nnd tied with a red C.P.R. flag. No has as yet been discovered. W. R. BROWN Carriage Painter, House Painter, Paper -Hanger, Wood Etc PHOHE IM SARQYLE8T Yon will be abundantly repaid in moaey and Mving if you come to this store for a sewing machine. It then any machine on the market to equal the White Rotary Then from 125 and up, all Jrop head and folly guaranteed. We have awJd lots of them and everyone the moat complete satisfaction. Our economical ways of doing business make savings on erery article bought in thii. store. Torpin Furniture Co COMPLnX HOUSE niBNISHEBS 25 Friday and Saturday is no joke but a good golid fact. On Friday and Saturday we shall offer a stock of V BOYS' WASH SUITS at 25 per cent below the regular selling price. They Drill with white sailor collars White Drill with blue sailor collars. White, Crash with black stripes, Brown .Holland triinmei white, Light Blue Print white stripe, Grey LineV with stripe effect, etc., Regular with discount 2.10 1-60 2.25 1.70 3.00 2.25 20 per cent off Ladies' Waists We have received a stock of White Lawn Waists which are also offering al attract ivo prices. Regular .70 with fecMitt .55 1.10 1.75 2.50 3.00 u .85 1.40 2.00 2.40 JELL-O DEMONSTRATION A pnckci and a pot of boiling water will j make n variety of delicious deserts. Saves time, tremble and temper. Come and see our free demonstration and taste some of the dninties. When you want a GOOD MEAL and want it in a hni ry go the llberta Restaurant Ice Cream Fresh Fruit Oliver Block Phone 22S NOTICE All persons having claims againsi Rogers Borup are requested to forthwith render the to C. S. liorup. 75-3 HORSE FOR SALE A first class driving horse Apply to Box 385, Alta. 756 FOR SALE A'team of young horses, can be seen at J.R. Davis' ranch, a mile south of Diamond City. 75-6 WNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST HOMESTEAD LATIONS Any even numbered section iiiuion lands in Manitoba, Saskatch- and Alberta, excepting 8 and not reserved, may be homestead- d by any person who is the sole head a faniily, or any male over 18 yeara age, to the extent of one-quarter of 160 acres'' more or eniry must be made n person by i.he applicant at a ;Do- aiiiion Lands Agency; or Sub-Agency or the district in "which the-land is Entry by; proxy may, how vur be made at an Agency on certain onditions by mother, .son. aughter, brother or sister of ending homesteader.' The homes trader is required to pcr- orni the homestead duties f the lollowipg (1) At least six months' residence pon and cultivation of the land in ach year for.t-hree years. j: (2) A homesteader may, if so iesiresV perform required resi- lence duties by living on fanning and owned solely by Thim, noi han eighty (80) aciea in extentj' in PROMPTED by the ly increasing demand forBath Room Fixtures, we have just received a very beautiful line of new and artistic designs covering a wide range of prices. V The Fixtures are of the finest, most durable nickle plate, and such that you could not but be interested in ilieir beauty and utility. It would be a pleasure to have you call and ex- amine them whether yon are an intending pur- chaser or not. One G year old mare, in foal; one 2.year pldtmare; one 2 year old horsL and one 4 year old horse. One seconc hand double wagon. Will sell chen] for cash or will exchange for mile] cows or city lots. Can be seen at Fur man's Livery Barn. Inquire fo Henry Bycr. 75- C. W. GRAY HARDWARE LETHBUDGE u ALTA. FOUND A pair of goggles. Apply at Her ild office. H5-0 ROOMS TO LET f Furnished rom.s with Ixtard. home cooking, meals at Adam's Roard- ng HOXIPC now run by ifrs. Talbert. 17G-6 For Exchange .Half section of clear prairie .land southeast of Will ex- change for city properly or business Apply E. T. P.O. Riock. or Rox 387. 1.70-6 POSITION WANTED "Experienced stenographer and gen- eral office assistant J5ox Leth- bridge. 176-2 he vicinity of his homestead. -Joiit ownership of land will' aot meet; this (3) If the father (or" m'other, .iL'the father is deceased) of a homesteader .ias perrnaneht residence on farming land owned solely by him, not-less Uiah eighty (80) acres in extent, in the vicinity of the homestead, or up- on a homestead entered for by .him in the ricinity, such homesteader msy perform his own residence duties by living with father (or (4) The term "vicinity" in the two proceeding paragraphs is defined as not mrre than .nine .miles in direct line, exclusive of the width ol road allowances crossed in the Measurement. (5) A homesteader .intending to Krform his residence duties in ac-' with the above while living parents or on farming land own- by himself must notify the Agent for the district of such intention. Six months' noUee in writing "must given to the Commissioner of; Do- ninion Lands aCOttawa, of intention apply for patent. W. W. CORY. Deputy o{ the Minister of the Interior, publication ol :.iiis advertisement will not be paid HOUSE TO RENT G roomed brick cottage on Dufferin street. Entry 1st Appl> Waddington Gibbon. 17G-0 on POSITION WANTED A man and wife desire a position farm, capable, references if rc-[ quired. Aplpy R. A., C-o Herald. 77-6 and PRAYING Western Transfer Co, LONG BROS.Proprietors Office opposite Be! in oral TELEPHONE IMMMMMMM mm MD FOUND Bay horse with harness, TR (monogrsm) on.Mt hip. .For par- ticulars call at S. K. quarter of 23, township 8, range 22, owner will j please pay for this ad and expenses. Mr, H. Bardeit. 177-0 POSITION WANTED LIVERY BARX. TO EXCHANGE FOR STOCK- Livery hnrn on Rcgina-Prince bert bmnch of C. N. Ry, with'room 160 head horses, in Jive towii of 00 jiopulntinn, good school, courv ry well settled. Will take stock for :part or full payment. 'For partfeu- Man and wife desire position on a Jars sec farm, capable of taking charge of, farm or stock. Can furnish reforencrs Havo had 20 yoars ex-j J. FORD TYLER Lethbridge Hotel, Lethbricigt. poriftnco in Manitoba. App.y C-o Herald. 77-G FOUND Bxinch of keys. Apply Herald Office. For Salt A good useful weighs about 1 will ride, (irivy, or work. 77-2 Apply J. PaYtinson, Smith St." 176-3 ;