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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 13, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta PAOC THRftC WITH NCRR18 HOWE'S CIRCUS RELIAMCi MINE HAS NEW MANAGER Taber, Jul.v adjourned meeting of UK; shareholders of the Reliance Coul Mining Co., was held at Calgary. A number of share- holders were prpav-iit and the affairs of the company were thoroughly gone .into. Means have been determined upon to put on'a sound "financial bssi; and-it has also been decided to put in some new mining machinery with the object of reduc- ing the cost of mining the.coal, The new officers' were elected as E. Hoskins, of Winnipeg; "ViCs. President, Mr. Spence of Secretary Treasurer, W W. Douglas of Taber. Four directors residing in parts of the coun try were also elected. Mr. J. 01 Han nali of Calgary was elected maiieigtr and Mr. E. P. Millar -of Reliance, ac- countant. v -With such a strong management Reliance mine should soon be one of WELL KNOWN CIRCUS MAN IN LETH BRIDGE Mr, Herman G. Smith, representing the Greater Norris Rowe Circus called at the Herald Office and dur ing an interview he said Do you rernemDer the circus o childhood days which consisted ot a few ixjrformances of mediocre ability, possibly a lion, an elephant, a few horses and several old red waggons? In comparison the present day cir- cus is a thing to marvel at. To trans port ,ttie Greater Norris Rowe Cir- cus, Museum; Menagerie, Hippo- drome it requires forty double length cars or three special trains. There are over 200 performers, and people in.all departments. Sleeping accommodations and three meals' a day :for this vast of souls must be provided for, and they are a rugged class, the food must necessarily be of a good quality and abundant. Glaresholm Claresholm, July Dominion lair relay race which lasted for three days kept matters quiet here for a little ollate and large numbers visited the Fair from here. The Stewart raucb. had some entries in the horse classes and won a prize or two. In the sport- event Landoft was second in the 5-8 dash to Beaver Daw. Lad and was also third in the Alberta Derby to the same horse, 'out on this oc- casion he was palpably not .himself for some mysterious reason. Ranch King very unlucky in the Gen- tlemen's Purse, being left at the post a long way and tlun finished third in a field of eleven. This horse is un- fortunately a very slow starter. The Stewart ranch nominated Ranch King and Star foi the Inter- Western relay race which lusted or three days and as they made the best total time they were awarded prize. Some dissatisaciion is expressed locally about the management 'of the local exhibit at the Fair. Of course, Color, Flavor, Fragrance are the strong points of: EDMSOUTQirURE JWrtCUJKOWn CARQWS IK ton Herald M havt to idf rett pUcc it ifl cofauu. If >MI wait use ittf 25c 4 iutdiou for SI TO RENT furnished and un- turciished. Also for light-housekeep- it. was not that the exhibits the most prosperous -mines Taber district. in the SELL WOOL IN MONTANA about (Great Falls Tribune.) "Even at early half the sold, according to my said C. Dow, of .the wool firm Kosiiland Co., Boston. His state- ment was confirmed Jjy, buyers in the .city. .'The .year con- tinues considerably lower than last season, as little1 wool'is being sold for over 16 cents. In spite of .this woo' is being sold; rspidly, -the chief set back seems to bs scarcity of clips ,o the desintble tsfc'C It was estimated by.MivDow that over pounds of wool had already been and the still-young. .-The great in years -past been sold ter parM During- the last weekrou see this and save TO UHD BUYERS I have 1 Section of farm land with 5 miles of fence and frame house 20 x 24, frame stud stable 14x50, 50 acres in oats, 1-3 of crop going, to buyer, a good well of water at the house, aho 1-2 Section of raw prairie. New railroad survey through both, and 12 miles from railroad now, with good roads, and same at a snap price. Don't buy of anyone else till real estate Apply F. S. L effing well, Warner. 70-0 HELP WANTED VestLiiaker aiiu coalmaker wanted at once, must be first class and thoroughly competent. Apply to A. Southard, Lethbridge, Alta. 75-6 WANTED Competent housemaid, capable doing good ironing. Apply Box N. 170-O man's commission. Address N. H. MURRAY 495, or Brown Poultry Ranch Near Fair Grounds has the middle and lai- have beei: ffooi Northern joints and "the price paid for a Majority :pf clips ranges Jrom 15 to Some of r.thc clips sold within'the past week were: S- L. Potter, of Shelby, John of Cutbank, pounds; John H: 'Burke, clip .from Hagan, Hensen Brothers, clip pounds Kuhr, r -T Miller 'Brothers clip pounds; John McLaren, 1 pounds; Rim- yaTj, pounds B. G. -Olson, 000 :pouads and many smaller clips. One of v largest clips of the year A- well equipped, blacksmith shop with, thrive, .husky .blacksmiths are carried with the circus. v A harness shop in which is repair- ed -..nio'st. of the harness used" on the 300 horses is another department.-" that has reported thus far is that of. J. B VLcng Co., which was consigned to Hecht, Liebman Co., who are represented by F. H. Put- nam. ciip is estimated upwards of pounds. 'Johannes Lehfield of Big "Sandy, was in the-city yesterday. He stated that no y.fool had been sold cinity of L'.Vr Sandy, of it would probably be sold within the days. "There are about sUsPnU- be clipped around Big Mr. Lehfeldt, "but the trouble "ha? to get shearers. Clipping -just started and we have 15 he continued, "but at this ria- h will take us some time be- fore w: t-an get the wool on the mar- -A barber shop with three first class aarbors, for the accommodation of the employees is another department r Tin the ticket wagon, is a well equip-, pod office with typewriters, secretar- ies and clerks. "'It, is vfr6m ,this: place that'the vast machinery of the show, is kept oiled, from the master, brain of the general manager, H. S.; Bcjwe; Every little detail of the vast circus is looked after here, and. if there is a quieter or busier little ot- fico in tha country, than that presided over, by manager Rowe we do not know it. It was this same modest man that brought -about the consolidation o! the three big circuses of the-world The territory: has been so .divided thai, but one of the big circuses wil order of the day. The creeks ar still full and many fords are yet dangerous. No local celebrations to speak of. were held here on Dominion Day but the Sunday Schools had .a picnic to Clear Lake 12 miles from here. Mrs. Wm. Moffat, Mrs. TilloUon and Mrs. R. 'E. Moffat have left for a holiday in Winnipeg. D, .Van. Horn has for sale at his bam 20 fine horses which he has just brought iii iruiii Moatana. Mr. and Mrs. George Simpson loft for a visit to Ontario. The Norris and Rowe circus visit us on the 18th inst. and if the adver- tising is commensurate with the she of the show it should be something great. 'The District Court sat here on Wednesday of this week but there were but few eases. The only one of general interest was an appeal from a decision of Magistrate (Jamies on a disorderly conduct charge against a man called Mushvelt in which Co- lin Macleod of Macleod, afipeared for .the appellant and W. Campbell for the Crown. After arguments had WANTED The Lethbridge publ the travelling restaurant Alberta white 1 NEW SETTLERS At Raymond, July 4th to the of Chris. Nilsson, Jr., a daughter. At 5th, to the of Arthur Wilde, a eon. At 9th to the" wife of Laurence Peterson, a son. At Sunday, July Gth, to Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Bowden, a daugh- ter. When you Vant a GOOD MEAL and want it in a hmry go tlic; ant! Ice Cream; Pn-sh Fruit Auction Sale of Live Stock At FURiAN'S LIVERY STABLES SATURDAY, July IS at 2.30 p.m. Waddington Gibbon will" conduct a sale of Horses, etc. as above, and invite further'entries of stock for inclusion in tbis SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING REO- scavenger ULATIONS E. P. Mee, c-o Police Station. SCAVENGING Any person desiring a waggon or closets cleaned can have I coa] miaiQg rights ol tne Dominion same done by leaving orders with Jn Manitoba, Saskatchewan. Alberta, 74t0'the Yukon Territory, the North-West Tc-rritoiiejj and BrilTsb Columbia, may FOR SALE j ke leased tor a term of twenty-one New 7 roomed house, well located, Lears at an annual rental of an water and light. Apply Box 86, Leth- acre Not more than acres bridge, P. 0. 74-6 j bt to one applicant. Application for a lease must be luade to the Agent or Bub-Agent ol A first class driving horse Apply to lne District in which' the rights ap- P.ox Lethbridge, Alta. I plied {or are situated. In surveyed territory ihe land FOR SALE 1 mugt Described by sections, or le A team of young horses, can be 1 al 3ubdivision3 of acd seen at J.R. Davis' ranch, a mile] south of Diamond City. 75-6 Gibbon STREET TELEPHONE: vi.iit n certain territory any given year. The Greater Norris Rowe Circus 'played to "paid "admission during its phenomenal run in San Francisco this spring._ They -will ex Ivbit here Friday! July 17th, and the only big show to visit u year. Lehfeldt also. stated that tUongnt there would be he f lambs sold this fall. '-ISiost of ihe ranchors have plenty of feed and :to keep the said he, "to sjrTifice them at bottom prices. The we have been offered so far is but this is almosi. ridiculous when we vcnsider the prices in the past. In recent years, lambs have sold for over but .there is little in ACCIDENT AT RAYMOND (From the Rustler.) A serious accident happened to Mr. Alf Parsons yesterday afternoon. He was engaged in unloading from a car at the Sugar factory, when his foot slipped, causing him to fall hea- vily. .He struck the ground on his head, inflicting a very nasty scalp wound, which rendered him uncoh- scious for several hours. Medical assistance was obtained and he now improving rapidly. been Iheard the judge reserved his decision for a week. Claresholm visited Stately" yester- ay to play baseball and were de- eated 12 to 10. The father and mother of Dr. Wall- win -are visiting here at present. Mr. Wailwin is a farmer in Ontario and s-very favorably impressed .with the country, so much so that he is in-i vesting in land here. Dr. Wailwin has purchased from L- Ugland two lots on Railway St., between Wm. Barclay's house and the photo gallery the price being J. L. Edlund has rebuilt his photo gallery which is a very finely ap- pointed one and looks well. .Travis Bagley, Meadow Creek, is building, 'a fine new residence on his ranch as also is Edward Dawson, rancher of Lyndon. J. T. Kingsley SaddJar is now oc- the residence vacated by J. Risk. Corpl. Bury, R. N. W. M. P., of here has .gone with the police de tachment to take part in. the Quebec Tercentenary celebration. The Turf Association propose hold ng a local day of snorts in a wee! or, two. The high line of the Fanners' Tel iwt era unsurveyed territory the tract appli; i for shall be staked out. Each application must be accom- HORSES FOR SALE Ipuuied by a fee of which will One 6 year old mare, in foal; one if the rights applied for are 2 year old mare; one 2 year old horse !Ult available but not otherwise. A and one 4 year old horse. One second royalty shall be paid on the" mer- hand double wagon. Will sell cheap Lhautable output of the ifline at the for cash or will exchange for milch rate Of five centa per ton. cows or city lots. Can be seen at Fur-j lnwjee Q{ coal mining rjghu which are not bemg operated shall [urnish the district Agent of Domin- ion Lands with a sworn statement to tb'at effect at least once in each year. The lease will include the coal man's Livery Henry Byer. Barn. Inquire for FOUND pair of goggles. Apply at Her- 175-0 ROOMS TO LET Furnished roms with board, home cooking, meals 25c, at Adam's Board- ing House now run by Mrs. Talbert. '176-6 Indorsed by WeU Breeder and importer of the North West Calgary, Alca., July 6th, T-J All Owners of I have looked into the affairs of ihe Jkltish American Live datioi.i, and am pleased to say that I can highly recommend them to all owners of fine stock. I am carrying insurance with them myself, and 1 have -I.h'e fullest confidence in their it would be if you ilidn't take along! and methods of doing bus- with you a generou? quantity of some For Exchange Half section of clear prairie land [southeast of Lethbridge. Will ex- Change for city property-or; business. 5 T. McOregor, P.O. Block, or Box 387. 176-6 of our bottled ale and beer, any soda, sarsaparilla, Iron Brew, High R< ck Etc.? Cooled in a babbling brook or on a cake of ce, smack your lip.s over the thought ow your lunchi'on will taste with uch a welcome addition. You know fe have a phono. Hut call in if yon ave time and sample our purepro- j AlCtS. LETHBRIDGE BREWINGS MALTING COMPANY, W. A. M. Bellwootl of Press, K. and E. C dication of the prices reaching that Tahcr were in the city yes this year." j terday. Yours truly, (Signed) JOHN A. TURNER, Fan: S. G. DAVIES, Agent, Lethbridge mining rights only, but the lesee may be permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may be sidered necessary for the working ol the mine at the rate of flO an acre. For full application should be made to the Secretary of ;he of the Interior, Ot unva, or any Agent or Sub-Agent o! Dominion Lands. W. W. CORY, Deputy Minister of the Interior. publication of ia advertisement will not be paid Notice HOUSE TO RENT 6 roomed brick cottage on Dufferin street. Entry 1st August. Apply Waddington Gibbon. 176-0 FOUND Bay horse with harness, branded 7Tt (connected) on left hip. For par- fcojfiars call at S. E. quarter of 23, township 8, range 22, owner will please pay for this ad and expenses. Mr. P. Bardett. 177-6 POSITION WANTED Man and wife desire position on a farm, capable of taking charge of farm or stock. Can furnish references i required. Have had 20 years ex- NO STOCKMEN ephone Co. is built almost to Elino now. A report is current that th Government will not connect run lines unless they .are absolutely -u to date and if-this is so considerabl dissatisfaction will be cmtfiod. as th Bell Co. were quite willing to con- nect with the exchange in Mr. Sykes sold his farm of 430 acres west of here' this week to George B. Wilhite of Idaho. The.price paid was r.nd the sale was made by the Clnreshalm Realty Co. j wepk to Mr. Mrs.'! Doyle, a son. PROMPTED by the1 rapid- ly in creasing demand forBath Room Fixtures, we have just received a very beaiitiful line of new and artistic designs covering a wide range of piicos. Tbo Fixtures are of the finest, most durable nickifs and such thaf..'yon could not but be interested, in their beauty and utility: TtwouldlioapleasiirG I to have you call and ex- amine are an intvinling pur- chaser or not. pprience in Manitoba. C-o Herald. Apply J. A., 77-6 TO RENT LIVERY BARN TO EXCHANtt'S'J Kew house to rent-with water FOR Livery bnin on Rcgina-Prince -Li- bert branch of C. N. Ry, with for 160 head horses, in live town of 700 population, good school, coun- try well settled. Will take ftock for connections, a month: Wall- worth's Addition, North Ward. Apply R. Burgess 315 East Barracks. 7S-6 part or full payment. liars see For particu- FORD TYLER Lethbridge Hotel, Lethbridge. TEAM FOR SALE of drivers for sale, young. C A. Johnston, Diamond City, Alta. 79 6 That's our business and our efforts are directed sofely along that line. In furnishing a house from this store we take all the responsibility and ,care from your shoulders and satisfy you completely. Will land House Furnish- ings at your door more economically than from any is Canada See how far your cash will go here. The Turpin Furniture Co, ORATORS "My, you j What-ground, for .stance, did you have for calling old man ifosbach 'one of the anchors ot ths "WeU, he's a oY j, stlo Oity Star. C. W. GRAY HARDWARE LETHBRIDCF: AITA. Public Notice IT FOR SALE i team of and gelding Weight Ibs., well matched, quiet Age 4 and 8. Apply McKnight Bros STorih Ward. 179- Will be held at the t tallowing placemen the dales given -iomiiioncir.g 10 a.m. LETH8R1DGR. MONDAY. JULY CREEK: TUESDAY, JU LY 21st. COWLEY, WEDNESDAY, JULY 22nd. BLARMORE, THURSLrR'V, JUL' Yesterday a .backed into nn open switch at IJurdon Pit nt-nr Gra.ssy wijen from Talwr to jrct The boose was turned over tor OoCf was xiijjiitlj w, BROWN Carriage Painter, House Paper Hanger, Wood FinishM, Etc. 1 iM tARQYLEST. I Coal, Ice and I ii PRAYING] WANTED A lady stenographer. 662, T-ethbridge. SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST HOMESTEAD REGU- LATIONS Any eveu numberea section of. Do- minion lands in Manitoba, Saskatch- ewan and Alberta, excepting 8 and not reserved, may be homestead- ed by any person who is the sole head of a family, or any male over 18.years of age, to the extent of one-quarter ection of 160 acres more or less. for entry must be made n person by the applicant at a Do- minion Lands Agency or Sub-Agency tor the district in which the land is situate. Entry by proxy may, how ever be made at an Agency on certain conditions by the father, mother, son, daughter, brother or sister of an in- tending homesteader. The homesteader is required to per- form the homestead duties under one oi the following plans: (1) At least six months' residence upon and cultivation of the land in each year for three years. (2) A homesteader may, if he desires, perform the required resi- dence duties by living on fanning land owned solely by him, not low than eighty (80) aciea in extent, ia the vicinity of his homestead. Joint ownership of land will not meet this WANTED TO RENT A barn or driving shed to accommo- date three rigs. Close in as possible. R. G. Aildiaun. M ing Parlors. Undertak- 179-6 Apply Bos requirement. 79-0 (3) If the father (or mother, if the is deceased) of a homesteader j has permanent residence on fanning laud owned solely by him, not than eighty (80) acres in extent, in the vicinity of the homestead, or up- ou s entered lor by him in the Ticinity, such homesteader mty perform his own residence duties by Diving with the father (or _____ I The term ''vicinity" in the two NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that proceeding paragraphs is defined as on Tut-sc'ny. the 28ih day oi juiy, meaning not more than nine miles in 1903. at four o'clock in the afternoon, direct iilie' w'djh NOTICE 23rd. FRANK, 24th. S. B. Woods, Deputy Genera- 10th July. 1908. then? will be sold at my stable on Fora Street in the city ot Lcthbridgfc j bv public auction, the following dfs- Ciibod property, belonging to George lr, who brought the same to my stable on the 13th of February, 1906, of road allowances crossed in ihu measurement. (5) A homesteader intending to perform his residence duties in ac- cordance the above while living with parents or on farming land own- under and by virtue of the Liverj- Western Transfer Co. LONG BROS.Proprletors Office opposite Bull TELEPH ONE All ,'s owing to the firm of Xelsor. a. Tw-tr must bo p.ud on or before July J. Nolson at thoir i late Anything not by that will be given into tho hands of a solicitor. NELSON FRASER. by himself must notify the Agent .for the district of such intention. Stable Keeper's Ordinance i gix month3. notice in writing nmsi 1 bay six year old stallion. to the commissioner of Do- r.-4 u.% gtondar'.l brod: weighing ab- i :Mit 1.000 Ibs.: 1 sincle side spring buggy; 1 so single harness. The .imoukit of the indebtedness and charges is D. POUND, Livery Stable Keeper. lianas ai ui to apply for patent. W. W. CORY. Deputy of the Minister of the Interior. publication {this advertisement will not be lor. oi ;