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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 15, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNIIDAY, JULY For Summer Showers wiiljfcd a Sanfzrd Raincoat all pro- faction ntcttsary. They art light and dtessy, Lengtht inches, and made Itemi-fofrn or loose fitting, and in plain or striked patterns ASK FOR A SANFORD RAINCOAT NEWMARKET TO !W OHAMC OUT- LINES THEIR IDEAS IN.IM- TERESTiNO INTERVIEW W. E. SANTORD HAMILTON, MAJWrACTUtlNO FINE LOT OF ANIMALS One of the most attractive features with the Greater Morris and Bowe circus, museum, r.ienaferie, .hippo- drome and congress oi nations, which exhibit ia this city July 17' noon and night is the really remark- able display of equine intelligence exhibited. The grand entree com- posed of forty-four lady and gentle- men riders, gaily costumed, mounting and dismounting while going at top speed on thoroughbred racing stock. The accomplished horsemen and wo- men, witti this big this season', include such well known artists'' as George Holland, Frank Miller; Mick- 'ey Feely, Austin King, John Deere, WilUuu Gilsou, principal' somersault and barf back" Rosfe, Dockrill, Fini; Lucile King, Floy Crowell, Helen Marin and DotUe Miller.- Nbrria aria. have more riders than any .oth- er circus in America. During the run of the big circus la San Francisco ;this spring of sixty consecutive per- formances persons paid gion to the show. :The; press, of the jcity devoted columns of space to the i and other. big with tlie By 'arrahgementl ther Norris .and Rowe circus will be the only big Bhow: to !visit jthjs section ofjhe coun- ;try this year. A DISTRICT NO FINER LAND IN ALBERTA THAN THAT NORTHWEST OF Through the kindness of Harry E. JMfiebach a representative of the Her. aid had 'seeing crops in the territory from Lethbridge to' ihe Finlay School District, twen- ty-five miles west and north of this The. t rip a reVehUioa. bit of country is as any in Alber- ta. It is rolling and as one rides along on the prairie, he views; with enthusiasm -the -hHjia' covered with their rich green crops and higher levels are, reached; he Ictoks down-upon a valley carpeted in the; same color. Dotted about are cattle'' and horses grazing ori the rich; With the object of getting; informa- tion u to how the new-city curket U T proposed to be run the. Herald repre- sentative called upon Waddington Gibbon the men who are to be en- trusted the management of the undertaking, at tfreir office and put sundry question! and made various enquiries with the object of placing before the public reliable information on this important Mr, Wad- dington has had considerable exper- ience in the a large market hall 'whilst Mr. Gibbon has handled 'live slgick sales'in Various parts of Australia for many years. Their combined experience will be at the seWice'pf ihe city." and their best efforts and all; their energy will be put into the undertak- ing to ensure- its -complete sucess. One thing they must the hearty support of .the public. "How do you propose to conduct, the our representative en- Cbleman Colemah, July Mrs. Charliq Dunlop returned hb'me Saturday after attending the 'fair m siting friends in nounces the fair i Taber. _ She jpro- brilliarit success, have aSid1 something sne" would not missed for anything.') Little Miss Francis Benedict a birthday party on Saturday-enter- taining her little friends at her home on Main Street. She -vas the" recip- ient- of many pretty" arul daiuty birth day gifts. On Saturday tho Coteroon senior football team journeyed to Fernie to play team of "that town. In our- bbyir coafoMod their had to oth- sevien o'clock' the' "biUr was and a. either not practiee :them as confident >i Three years :ago- there -Vas hardly a- farm house to be seen in this-large' territory; today it is a well'populated, district with' comfortable looking firm7 homes and roads ani several schools. Little do the people of this city realize the wonderful' growth in this section, the thriftiheas of the settlers, the fertility of ?the joil 'and the magnificent appearance crops. A visit is well worth' while ;stimulate "our con- fidence in our glorious -heritage. 'crops could Tiotirlook'better. In ihe fifty mile ramble the-Herald man did not: see a ;field.: ot grain that did not have-good prospects for the harvest.' One of two fields .'on gumbo soil ;had spring wheat that was a little short otherwise ery thing, looked grand. Adjoining the townsite ol Monarch; midway between Lethbridge and Ifac-. leod, on the C. P. new line-rand by Ihe way this is ah ideal :sife for a JB. section that will pretty nearly defy' compe-' quired. "There are a great many things in which we shall hfive' to be' guided by the demands of the people and the governing circumstances. Our pres- ent scheme is.to invite the farmers to bring into the; market produce of all .kinds and submit'the same for sale 'by public auction." "Do you think that the unreserved itale will be quitev acceptable to the "It may not appear so at foal, but the city market, to be a market in the true sense of r the word must be, look- ed to for the ruling. price of com- modities, and the purchasing public will undoubtedly fact and support the sales 'well from, :to .pwiyent any stagnation :of price. course no one caii the market !tb run quite 'perfectly at first, but once establish- ed" it will: become of rex- -changes ior the farmers; The prices ruriTig day on the market will be the governing standard upon which business will be conducted-''' ''Is it intendied to uiilize the mar- ket 'hall for retail "Undoubiedly. Stalls are now be- ing' erected in the markei hall and 'any retailer who wishes; can rent a stand for the year from week to week. They of .course obtain their goods from-, the wholesale auction sale ;or., bring their own goods to be ex- Fragrance knht Market Place Mtt.tr to rctt ptou H to tfefc C4W If rtbof SI LAL'S PURE TEA ItVBICH, CLEAR COLOR, freah FfiAGRANCE and DE- LICIOUS FLAVOR have made it hosts of Are YOU 'oneyetf Lai's Tea is sold only in LetKbridfe by THE BENTLEY CO. LTD. THIRD SET TRIPLETS IN SAME FAMILY Will Taft and Bryan Want Girl Called .RMMvelt Pittsburg, July lOA-Tlio stork last night left two boys and one girl at the home of Mr. lanfl Mis. Nicholas Spangler, of Industry. This is the third set of triplete" born in this fam: ily and all are living. Four years ago a_tamty named En- gleson, who lived in, aoim> house, were also favored ts and prev-t ious to that who was a for- eigner gave birth to children at; the same time in the same dwelling, that the v humble residence has, been one of the in the country Being presidential year, the two for sale on the market days." 'SWhat. commission" do'.. the city to charge on the sale of pro- duce, ''That js; that ;the 'council chave" yet fgesi that aiiinclusive' 5 per -cent. :would meet tHe case. It cer- 'tainly would not-be -inore and possi- boys fr! Mrs. Spaiigler will be named Wjlliwii Taft and Wil- liam Jennings Bryan; while the girl baby has escaped "the presidential contagion so far, except some of the neighbors insist -'she fslinll be called Alice Roosevelt Spangl' r. RENFREW EX.M. P. EXPIRES Ottawa, July ex- M. P. for South Renfrew is dead at Torniko. He was wunor member of the lumber firm of an Fadden, Renfrew. First WANTED class cook tor small hotel. Apply F. S, Leffingwell, Warner. 70-ff WANTED .Competent housemaid, capable of doing good ironing. Apply Box N. 170-0 SCAVENGING Any person desiring a scavenger waggon or closets cleaned can have same done by leaving orders with E. P. Mee, c-o Police Station. 74-0 FOR SALE A team of young horses, can be seen at J.R. Davis' ranch, a mile south of Diamond City. 75-6 TOIAND BUYERS I have 1 Section of fcood farm land with 5 miles of fence and frame house 29 x 24, stud stable 14x50, 50 acres in oats, 1-3 of crop going to buyer> a good- well of water at tiia house, also 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 you see this and save real estate man's commission. Address N. H. MURRAY 495, or Brown Poultry Near Fair Grounds Ranch There in "dais, a litile less.It-entirely depends spring and winter- wheat and they are perfect in every particular. Casting, the eye over this crop one sees, the grain, as level as a billiard The winter, high 'and team, was a disapponritnicnt even to 'the Colenaah boys-to of' thoic local supporters. 7 ;-Practicalljf i -V f l I ac wttiole was what might-be called a sec-saw grxroe, ono side scoring and then the. _otherV. until at the call of "time" ftie' score stood in favor of Fcrnle vith not u uOtiul m a single mind'that had time not been, called so oppor- tunely Colemon would have tied the score. From start to finish it was any- well developed and ought to be ready week' orOso. spring grain is splendidly ad- vanced- and "iaulUess.: While-on this farm examination was: made of 5Oil and.it showed plenty of .sopis business trans "How often, is the market to be "That also_ depends on the amount of --We suggest Wednesday: and Saturday would be two good days. In time we hope to see tlie mar ket ppen, daily .for tlie reception of one's game. To quote one, ,of the Colcman "nimc goals in one game arc too .many. It shows that the defence on both sides was not strong." v' Rev. Mr. Haddon, Methodist mi- itister of Frank, occupied the pulpit of the Tresbyterian Church here Sun- day. Mr. Murray took his work in Frank. Exceptionally .large congrftf gallons greeted TJtfr.' -iladrion'both morning and evening. It is to hoped the splendid rain we arc now having (so anxiously Jooked for) may dp the. desired good. Coming at this time it should, jf it but loner enough, ensure a bum- per crop for 1908. The Miners' Union, have purchased Jonathan Graham's piano for their hall. It is a good Instrument and will prove a splendid addition to the outfit of the new building. No" the Jgrowtri: (of the -citys thh' will- be'come I diet, will run .about, forty, bushels? to "We notice that scales have been 'dered. Are rthey. to be .available at j bther'lime than -just inarket" they open .to busi-i ness all" days of the week and we be- lieve the council intend thatv take the place of the'present scales mentioned that stalls..were being erected in the garage building. it all goes ,welV, Another 'inspiring sight the lour hundred acres of wheat on the old Freeman i Anderson farm now owned by C. S. A view "of it'makes one enthusiastic over this -country .4 scores of farms with fine fields of grain how- All thefvery best imported goods. know, where-, and. how ;to buy.. .The i, prices will suit The invited td look at otir'stock. ICE CRAM McKelvic Old Stand and if all goes well: the.crop re-f council intend using the wfiple turns" from this district wUl at i" toundingly large. In this district there-.is of Hollanders and their splendid, well cropped fields, and cosy homes, prove that they are exeeljehi farmers. Tho country can stand plenty more of thnn. CAN'T AGREE ON DOCTRINE L. M. JOHMSTONE ind Office adjoin ing Union Lsihbridfe. Bank, Portage -la Prairie, Man., July In view of the vital doctrinal differ- existing between the Baptists and the Disciples, two bodies who united Jauary last, it has been decid- ed to dissolve. A meeting of repre- sentatives of both bodies was hew, at which the matter was discussed at length. It is understood the initial step towards separation was taken by the and only Disciples voted against dissolution. Rev. W. L. Stackhouse and Rev. D. B. Hark- ness, both of Winnipeg, were present at the meeting. j: '.'Only half will'be utilized for the time'being." More stands WLQ" erect ed as business a, very short time.. 1 ''What kind of produce do you erf pect will be sent in for "Hay (baled and oats, getablcs of all kinds, fruit, duce such as eggs, etc. fact everything that can be pro- duced, on a farm or in a garden. "And when do you open the, mar- We can meet all your requirements in House Furnishings And we mako it well worth yonr while to buy bere. Prove whether this is home of big We have'tecured the aervicet of a first-claea Uphol- and RPP, moVe than ever prepared to Jo thit line ol work. Tnrpm Furniture Co. COMPLETt HOUSE FUHN1SHE1S "August 1st is the opening'date although we do not expect a rush of business to commence with still we are of the opinion that once the thing ia firmly started its ulti- mate sucess is only a question of time The main object is to encourage fa era to grow produce to suppJy thf- market and provide them with an exchange where they will be of meeting with a company f- jmr chasers, where they can receive ,'t for theii- goods and thus enable Ihvn to circulate the money in the city. We predict a great future for the-city market and although many and little difficulties are bound to crop up still we are confident f ul- timate success and we intend to put into the undertaking all the energy and work we are capable of to bring about the desired results." PROMPTED by t -ly increasing demand foVBatu Romn jpiriiifefl, _we-havejust a. very beautiful line: of ..ifewand designs ,covering a Yade. range of prices. The Fixtnreii are .of the finest, niost'darable nickle plfitc, aucl such that yon could not "but be interestotl MU beauty and utility. Tt would bo a pleasure to have you call and ex-: aznine them whet her you are an intending pur- chaser or not. SENT UP FOR TRIAL Vancouver, B. C., July Jenkins was sent for trial at New Westminster this morning on tho ef TBurderinf Mrs. Morrison of C. W. GRAY HARDWARE UTHBRIDGE ALTA. W. R. BROWN Carriage Painter, House Painter, Paper Hanger, Wood Finisher, Etc. n ARGYLE WANTED The Lethbridge public and t lie v travelling public to know the ;Hub Gajfe is as clean and up-to-date restaurant AB there is in Alberta, aad that strictly "white help is Charges moderate TNIHfM 15c ROOiMS TO LET Furnished roms with board, home cooking, meals 25c, at Adam's Board- ing House now run by Mra. Talbert. I7G-6 for 'Half section1 of .'clear prairie -land southeast of Lethbridge. Will ex- change for city property or business. Apply E. T. McGregor, P.O.. Block, or Box 387. 176-6 When you want a GOOD -MEAL and want it iu a T the i Micrta Restaurant I Ice Cream Fresh Fruit o Oliver Block- Phone 228 HOUSE TO RENT 6 roomed brick cottage on Dufferin street. Entry 1st August. Apply Waddington Gibbon. 176X) FOUND Bay horse with harness, branded 7R (connected) on left hip. For par- ticulars' call at S. E. quarter of 28. township 8, 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 ref ere noes' i required, rjave had 20.years ex- perience in Manitoba.- C-o Herald. Apply J. ,Ar, First-class Cafe -IN nm Short Order Bctwm Meuls CARROLL TEAM FOR SALE Tc-arn of drivers for sale, young. C. A. Johnston, Diamond City, Alta> 79-G FOR SALE 1 team of mare and gelding AVeight Ibs., well matched, quiet. Age 4 and 8. Apply McKnight Bros.. North Ward. 179-G Auction Sale of Live Stock At rHMAN'SUVEXT STABLES SATURDAY, July 18 at 2.30 p.m. Wacldington Gibbon sill conduct a sale of Horses, etc. as above, and invite further entries of stock for inclusion in this sale. Waddinimm Gibbon WANTED A lady stenographer. G62, Lethbridge. Apply Box. 79-0 SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING REG- ULATIONS Coal mining rights ol ine Dominion in. Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the North-West Territories and Britieb Coluuroia, may be leased for a term of twenty-one years at an annual rental of an acre. Not more than acres will be leased to one applicant. Application for' a lease must be made to the Agent or Sub-Agent od i he district in "which the rights ap- plied for are situated. In surveyed- territory ihe land must be described by sections, or'le subdivisions of sections, and in :tnsurveyed territory the tract appli- for shall be staked out. Each application must be accom- panied by a fee of which will refunded if the rights applied for are .iot available but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the mer- chantable output of the Hiine at the rate of five cents per ton. Every lessee coal raining righU not being operated: shall tarnish the district Ageut of Domin- ion Lands with a sworn statement to that effect at least once in each year. The lease will include the coal ruining rights only, but the lesee may bu permitted to -purchase whatever available surface rights may be con- sidered necedsary for the working, of ilie mine at the rate of an acre. For full information application be maSe to the Secretary of the Department of the Interior, Ot lawa, or any Agent ;or Sub-Agent of Uominum Lands.; W. W. CORY, Deputy Minister of the Interior. publication of Uiis advertisement will not be paid for. WANTED TO RENT A barn or :drivihg shed to accommo- date three rigs. Close in as possible. R. G-. Addison, the Moore Undertak- -ing Parlors. 179-G TO RENT Large comfortably furnished bed- centrally located. Modern im- provements. Suitable lor married couple. Apply Box S., Herald Office. FOR Twenty head o SALE horses, thirteen broken, all young and soxind. Can be seen'at corral south of city pump- ing station. Will sell whole bunch, teams or single horses. Apply at the premises. 79-0 410 ROUND STREET TELEPHONE: Notice NICKERS SO SERVANT WANTED A good general servant wanted. Ap- ply Mrs. A. B. Stafford, Bompas St. 790 SITUATION WANTED By experienced engineer with 2nd class papers. Threshing oufit prc- SYNOPSJS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST HOMESTEAD REGU- LATIONS Any even numbered aeciion of Do minion lands in Manitoba, Saskatch- ewan and Alberta, excepting 8 and 2G, not reserved, may be homestead- by any person who is the sole head of a family, or any male over 18 years o! age, to the extent of one-quarter .-section of 1GO acres more or less. Application for entry must be made in person by ihe applicant at a Do- minion Lands Agency or Sub-Agency tor the district in which the land ia situate. Entry by proxy may, how be made at an Agency on certain conditions byline father, mother, son, daughter, brother or sister of an in- tending homesteader. The homesteader is required to per- form the homestead duties under one of the following plans: (1) At least six months' residence ferred. Good references. F. C. and cultivation of the land in LrVERY BARN TO EXCHANGE -FOR STOCK- Livery on Rogina-Prince Al- bert branch of C. N. Ry, with room for 160 head horses, in live town of 700 population, good school, coun- i try well settled. Will take stock for dale, c-o G. C. McDonald, "Room 6, Whitney Block. 180-5 Pork Commission cr full payment. For particu- lars see FORD TYLER Lethbridge Hotel, Lcthbridge. Coal, Ice and BRAYING Transfer Co. LONG BROS.Proprietors Office opposite Balmoral TELEPHONE 63 NOTICE i NOTICE TS HEREBY GIVEN that on Tuesday, the 23th day of July, 1006, at four o'clock in the afternoon, there will be sold at my stable on Ford Street in the city of Lethbridge by public auction, the following des- cribed property, belonging to George Bennott, who brought the to my stable on the 19th ol Febmarjv 190fir unikr and by virtue of the Livery Stable Keeper's Ordinance; 1 bay six year old stallion, auppos to be standard .weighing B'O- 1 ,Wk )Uo vti v i a I single side spring buggy; 1 se single harness. The amount of the indebtcdnes and charges is Sgd. D. F. POUND, Livery Stable Keepor. A sitting of the PORK COMMIS- SION will be held in LETHBRIDGE THURSDAY, JULY 23 at 9.30 a.m. in each year for tluee years. (2) A homesteader may, if he so desires, perform the-required resi- dence duties by living on fanning land owned solely by him, not loss than eighty (30) acies in extent, in the vicinity of his homestead! Joint ownership o! land will not meet this requirement. (3) If the father (or .mother, il the father is deceased) of a homesteader lias permanent residence on farming land owned solely by him; not less than eighty (80) acres in extent, in the vicinity of the homestead, or up- on a homestead entered for by him in the Ticimty, such" homesteader may perform his own residence duties by Hving with, ihe father (or vO The terra "vicinity" ia the two preceeding paragraphs is denned as meaning not more than nine anlea in a direct line, exclusive of the width of road allowances crossed in the Any person having evidence to give measurement, attend. E. TROWBRIDGE, Secretary. Interior. publication ol this advertisement will not paid tor. ;