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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 22, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta Li TH Mi oat, A IT A JULY 4 A (HI Flavor, Fragrance Risk Baby's Health Wltti Cow's Mflk the strong points of h UK! nay be obtMttd tke over. Some the af HMM W1 "coucl not Wkfe ood or tevkore the perfect wbtfitule for nolher'i milk and ocly ST BOOUEVAHO, MOMTMAL PROMISED f x.' .4 Oailjf Market dace WbM btve If you wait iflftertiois for SI SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING REG ULATIONS WANTED First class cook lor small hotel. Apply F. S. Leffingwell, Warner.-70-0 COB 1 mining rights of the Dominion in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, the Yulcoa North-West Territories and British Coiuuroia, may be leased tor a term of twenty-one years at an annual rental of an acre. Not more than acres will Car4ston (Staff Correspondence of the Calvary .Cardston, July Herod's special correspondent on the provin- cial crop conditions haV reached this place and from "now on will "give the o{ the farm crops progresses on his way north. The Cardston district haa a lucky Swede about whom the real estate men of Cardstpn tell; the tiew His name is Johanas Ander- son, and; he Tisii krowri here-since 1887, obtaining an average annual' yield of 39 bushels per acre go (air; ag the knowledge of the writ er goes, he IB the Alberta champion Kot'lall the people of -Cardstpn district are like Johania, or- the -would be working overtime to consume all the But others have: carved :TU niteh in the wall or IneMuill of fame. OUTING PARTIES i this! Cardston, Juy 21-The Watertonl .V.vi. i we Kir Lukes are fast beeoirmg famous as a! will be a feed crop cf oats, bar- A, it I summer resort for the south of the ey hay, etc., and the country is well locked with Jiprses, and hoga The potato crop waa lost t of beeause of the heavy rains Western mountains. When we get that Macleod, Card- J ston'and Montana Hallway in morel LAL'S PURE TEA It's RICH, CLBAiXCOLOR, fresh FR'AGRANCE and DE- LICIOUS FLAVOiv have made il hosts of friends. Are YOU one yetf IT IS PURE! WANTED Competent housemaid, capable of doing good ironing. Apply Box N. 170-0 province. Few places in the niore worthy of that well-won ap il.ftl Htm is sold only in Lethbridge by THE BINT LEY CO. LTD. Was Too Much Rain The rainfall was U inches in two shape than on paper, weeks in early June. It was a of this corner of Alberta will! the one that washed in the railroads. Udeed begin o be known and its r tic .downpour packed the where.the spring not up ricultural ties great ground salubrious climate and its natural beauties. LIVERY BARN -TO EXCHANGE enough to protect it, and the hot sun A scholistic at pre- R .-crust -iu v are iindec the care of Rev. Mr. Cnm- bert-brr.uch of C. NVvKv. -Prince Al- the crust and the ground is i eron: together with his wife and Mr, for 160 head town ot able, and everything looks all to the of Raymond. 700 population, :Th'ey are supplied with all camp try wellstttled. coun, take stock for Tenders SEALED TENDERS will be receiv- ed by the undersigned until five o'- clock p. m., August y steam power. This.. decision has >eeu reachedLsirice the havoc wrought jy the high wateV- last month has be- come? fully known. Dr.V H. B. Stacpoole is erecting a rine ;resicdnce on the corner opposite fine house to the wes't-' is one of the very best loca- tions1 in-the1 feet and rumor has it that another fifty feel purchased by the Doctor so as to; give a greater depth..to the lot. move due to the recent [oods.ia that Mr. E. who las purchased the Sloan property und remove- his brick residence" to .hat.part.bf-the town. REAL ESTATE Real; estate out of town has been moving of late. Mr. J. A. Hammer to Arvin J. Stoddard his half section 3 miles from town for Another mile furthor out Mr. H. M. Brown is reported to have sold. a quarter section at per acre. BUSINESS CHANGE People's Meat Market owned fal and operated by Mr. C. B. Ockey NOTICE THB-sl CITY Will open up for Business on Saturday, Secretary Treasurer of the City of Lethbridge. Ttie cheque to be for- feited to the City if the tenderer Jails or refuses to enter into a satisfac- tory contract for the completion 'of the building. The- lowest or any tender not nec- essarily accepted. James A. Macdonald, 183-17 Architect. jroken, all young and sound. Car. i fate of live centa per too. be seen at corral south of ciiy purnp- EVWy lessee of coal mining righU which are uot beiug operated shall furnish the district Agent ol Domin- ion Lands with a aworn statement to that effect at least once in each year. The lease will include the coal' aiining rights only, but the lesee may oe permitted to purchase whatever ivailable surface rights may be con- sidered necessary for the working ol the mine at the rate of J10 an acre. For full information application ,hould be made to the Secretary of Department cf the Interior, Ot- a, or any Agent or Sub-Agent ol )ominion Lands. W. W. GORY, Deputy Minister of the Interior. publication of his advertisement will not be paid or. LOST of the tender and made payable to the Nickel case, open face watch, chain and charm attached. Lost between the Windsor Hotel and Oil's Barber Shop Tuesday, July 14. Reward for return to 212 Baroness Road. 1826 WANTED Wanted temporary help for a day or two in cooking, dish washing and waiting on table. Apply at the Hub Cafe between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m 1S2-0 SEALED TENDERS will be'receiv- ed liy the undersigned, until six o'clock p. m. July 28th, for the erection, of an elevator building at Maclebd, Alta., fo; the Macleod Farmers Elevator and Mill Co., Ltd. Plans and specificacions lie ieen at the offices of E. Koberor. Farmers, Gardeners and others are invited.to; send in their produce, etc., for .A charge cf 5 per centV commission will be levied on alV-'saies. Splendid WANTED to drive delivery wa gon and make himself generally use ful around a hard'.vaie store. Mus have thorough knowledge, of the cits and understand handling horses. Ap ply to C. W. Gray. How it Divided low the ground ,each year., grow Son, has changed hands during th fill wheat entirely, arid give ''proper'..... thou ght "to the.': cultivation pi: green i crops, hogs, butter, poultry and' the stock "yards for the 'reception oi cat- tle are being will be ready for business opening date. L A spacious market been. j fitted is-th stalls for retailers at mod- erate rates. A weigh bridge will be erected for use-.on the market ground. The City Council trust the farmers and all -who have produce or cattle for sale-will take of'the market which has ;been 183_9 vided for their benefit and--do all in their power to est-ablish in the city an institution of this character which will mean so much to Lethbridge if properly supported. All produce, etc., sent in, should be in the market before 9 o'clock: am. at which hour the sale commences. Any othtir information will be gladly furnished by WADDINGTON Sc GIBBON Market Masters. Office in Market. Alta., and James A. Maci'.onald, Ar- chitect, Southard Building, -3.eth: bridge, Alta. Each tender to be accompanied a certified bonk chuque to the am- ount of ten per cent of the tender. This cheque to be forfeited to the owners the tenderer fails or refus- es to enter into a satisfactory con- tract for the completion-of the build ing: The lowest or any tender not nec- essarily accepted. The'Macleod Farmers Elevator and SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST HOMESTEAD REGU- LATIONS BANDSMEN WANTED At once, ten reliable' musicians io the Lethbridge Citizens Band. Local musicians preferred. For further in- formation, phone, write or call on J.George Harper, Conservatory of Mu- ic, Lethbridge, Alta. Phone No. 156. Of this acres plowed like, this will a garden of 'Eden. estimated that And; will have to farm well else the weeds will crowd them'out. Ev- it is acres are in. crops. Approximately, acres are in fall will yield an average of 35 bushels, barr-! ing disaster. The balance, in spring wheat, will arehige, putting it coh- ierv'atively 20 bushels. IV looks bet- ter than that now, but by the time it is ready.for the cutting, about Sept. 1, innumerable happen, 'so Cardston is to enjoy a harvest cry farmer ought, to-plant a hedge of place to constitute n windbreak. The' subject is BO vast and inspir- I with difficulty, can secure terminal facilities lor my pencil rail- road; but you will.bear with me, sure ly? J. D it talk VALUES trti I UL to i p.i. i Values Values Values Values Values Values Values Values Turpin Furniture Co. Complete Fvnushers Values Values Values Values Values Values Values Values Mill Co., Ltd., per James A. Macdonald, Architect; DRESS MAKING Dressmaking by the day. Miss M. J. Schniitz., North Ward or Box 2, Lethbridge. Any even numbered section of Do minion lands in Manitoba, Saskatch- ewan and Alberta, excepting 8 and :v5, uot reserved, may be homestead- rd by any person who is the sole head .f a family, or auy male over 18 years I age, to the extent of one-quarter of 160 acres more or less. Application for entry must be made in person by the applicant at ft Do- iiiiuion Lands Agency or Sub-Agency lor the district in which the laud is Apply situate. Entry by. proxy may, how ver be made at an Agency on certain 182-6 1836 LOST One red cow, with long horns, car rying bell. Branded YOW on right side. Bought from Lethbridge for Mr. Coleman, Reward for re- turn to Mike Cako, Stafford. 183-6 leaders tor Excavation and the Supplying of Con- crete Materials aat two weeks, Messrs. and Wm. Wood being the purchasers. I After, a careful Investigation last su mirier as to our conditions here, Bonner came out from England] to cast his lot with us. He is a jephew of our old friend and one-] time townsman, "Wm. Wood of grata. both men are professional meat dealers they can not help being suc- Pork Commission WANTED A good reliable stable boy to look after a couple of horses. Apply Box T. Herald. 183 WANTED 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 of 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 so desires, perform the required resi- dence duties by living on farming laud owned solely hy him. not hss than eighty (80) acies. in ia vicinity of his homestead. Joint t----J Brick manufacturer wants moulder on-soft mud machine. State exper- ienca and give references. Box 611-2 Medicine Hat. S4 G 1 it tfe toft ail nol cessful here. It is hoped that their A sitting of the venture will eventually result in j SIGN will be held in packing plant at some future time. -r T% PERSONALS JJLETH BRIDGE Cardston is more than pleased to welcome back a number of her.- stur- dy sons sons from foreign lands. Mr. Ralph Harker has just returned f rom j at 9.30 a.m. in Great .Britain after a two years' mis- sion. Stake conventions-will be held for TayJoT Stake' oriv July 25th and for Alberta: Stake on Aug. 1st. OLIVER HALL person having evidence to give upon the conditions surrounding the Separate sealed tenders, registered and addressed to the Deputy Minis- ter of Public Works, Edmonton, and endorsed tenders for "Excavation and Concrete Materials" will be received up to 12 o'clock, Noon, August 1st, 1S03, for the supplying of all plant, la- bor and performing all work necess- ary in connection with the foundation work of a Court House Building in the City of Lethbridge, Alta. to com- pete the following. "1st. "Rough Excavation." 2nd. "Furnishing Sand, Gravel, or a combination of sand and gra- vel." Plans may be seen and specifica- tions and forms of tender had on ap- plication to the Local Office of the Government Telephone System or Io the Engineering Branch of the De- partment of Public Works, Edmonton Tenders for each section must be WANTED Bookkeeper who is also able to act as stenographer. Work not heavy.. Apply at- the Herald Office. 185 0 WANTED Wanted, two bakers at once. Apply Schweitzer Bros. FOR SALE 35-6 A Typewriter, No. 3 Standard, in splendid order. T. J. McCracken, Rcupath Street. requirement. (3) If the father (or mother, if the fuiher is deceased) of a homesteader uas permanent residence on farming hind owned solely by him, not leas than eighty (80) acres in extent, in ihe vicinity of the homestead, or up- on a homestead entered for by him in Uie 7icinity, such homesteader may perform his own residence duties by with ihe father (or The terui "vicinity" in the two preceediug paragraphs is defined as meaning not more than nine miles in direct line, exclusive of the width in the accompanied by an accepted cheque to the amount oi twenty dol- lars. The cheque of the successful bid 856 TO RENT A furnished room with all modern conveniences. Apply 604 Courtlam St., corner Crnhb St. S62 WANTED Wanted by young lady, position as stenographer, assistant book-keeper, or cashier. (Experienced.) B. A. C., Claresholm. Address 1862 From the- Eastern -States we have m4rfceting and handling of pork and j dgr if anv> will bo retained until the Osmer Anderson. The last pTOducts in tho province, and ncc'es3ary 'contract is completed. was detained through and the advisability or otherwise of Gov- cheques" Oj the unsuccessful bidders habVtd pass some weeks at tho hos- ernmental establishment of oi bc three days after the pital in Logan where he was operat- Lncc to a pork plan: or plants, and of the contract. The right -d on 'for hernia. reference to tho cost, capacity, j .g Mservej to reject any or all bids, 5frs. Zina Y. Card has been 0{ management ,and scope of op- at the old homo for a week or thereof, or I'no best means of days' holding special di-strict confer- gccuring for the hop raisftr a fair price enocs with the primary associations. for njs products respectfully re Tho old friends of Mrs. Card hava to attend. "been giving a good time ever since her arriTal. or waive any defects. John Stocks, Deputy Minister of Public Works. E. TROWBHIDGE, at EnnumtOiY BOOTS AND SHOES Bring your boots nnd shoes for re- pairs to J. Simm, near the lake, Westminster Koad, North Ward. 84-6 measurement. (5) A homesteader intending to perform his -residence duties in ac- cordance with the above while living svith parents or on farming land own- by himself must notify the Agent [or the district of such intention. Six months' notice in writing must be given to the Commissioner of Do- minion Lands at Ottawa, of intention to apply for patent. W. W. CORY. Deputy of the Minister of the Interior. publication ol ihis advertisement will not paid Secretary.. Day of July, 1903. 1856 Mr. O. N. McLenhan and his sis- ter aro spending a week at the lakes Miss McLenhar, was formerly on the flwz is an opid. aiic of distemper 'teaching staff here and her friends _ Onc firm will be to know that she among I is Improving in health. has lost 25 so far. L. M. JOHNSTONE Barrister and Solicitor Office adjoining Union Bank, Lethbridge. PINCHER CREEK ITEMS Mrs. W. C. Miller and son, Willie, wcro among the Vincher Creekites. who took in the big circus at Blair- moro on Thursday. Mr. Clark, accompanied by one of j his sons, arrived from London, Eng.. recently, to visit with his daughters. V 4 Mrs. S. M. Hinton and Mrs. W. T. Eddy. When yon a .GOOD MEAL and ivant it in a. hairy go the Kiberta Restaurant Fresh Fruit Oliver Block Phone 228 An Investment No. 1 Half-Section of land at per tare See You Can't Beat Land held at per Acre ;ber Bros. Ott Block Lethbridge ;