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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 28, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta THftU OT CANADA Capital, Rest tad Undivided Profits One of the strongest and loundest, as' well most progressive financial Institution! in Canada.. Every one of our 138 Branches is prepared to offer its clients every modem banking facility. The large number of Branches gives exceptional facilities for making collections and transmitting money. Jofot Accounts may be opened in the name of two persons, to that either can attend to the Backing. cTHBRiDGE BRANCH: J. R. Andcrton, Cardston Cardston, July 24th of July is distinctively a ''Mormon" holiday. It marks the anniversary of the entrance into the Valley of the Great Salt Lake of those sturdy pioneers of 1847 who blazed the way for the great migration westward to the Pacific when the gold sxcltenoent followed. These were-largely, men of the. old Puritan stock of New as esteemed religious liberty as of greater mo'meht than their own lives.- To celebrate this day fittingly is always a pleasant undertaking where the adherents of this denom- ination are to be found in sufficient numbers. At Ma grath this year no pains had been spared to make the day ,ipe- cial remembrance La the ininds and hearts of the people. So most of the Cardston citizens who had an opportunity of going anywhere chose to_ visit our sister town. Their anticipations were fully realized in the way of a good time. At the Watertou Lakes there were Pincher Creek Pincher.Creek, -July W. A. Chase of the firm of Chase Co., merchant .tailors and gents' furnish- ers, han> disposed of hi.s interest in the business to Mr. Chas. Hisc'ocks The new firm will be known as His- cdcks ifartlield. Mr. Chase will de- vote his time for the present to ranching. Thews aro-quite a. of grass- widowers in town these days as sev- ,eval ladies are away. Among these latter are Mcsdtimes Warnock, J. J. Scott, and L. H. Hunter, ni-fi nil at'Proctor, B.C., and Mrs. A. C. Kemniis, who is spending a i-oupli of weeks Mr. EddyV ranch rutu- Lundbreck. tht: visitors in town is Mrs. R. Browniee, of Stratford, Out., who is staying with her daughter, jr.-s. W. A. Fraser. Mr. and Mrs. Archie McLean huve left i for a trip to the- 'A'hfle 'away they will visit relatives and also take in the Tercentenary cele- bration at 5 Our. baseball boys were defeated at many of the people from Mountain Macleod on Friday night by a scory View, Beazer, and Lcavitt who were participators in the enjoyment aftord by the Caldwell Sunday School excursion. Cardston was almost deserted so the committee postponed the celebra- tion until'.July 31st. FOR" THE OLD FOLKS The 'Cardstofi Young 'Ladies, through -the Mutual Improvement As- sociation entertained the "old folks" this week at the home Mr. Wm. sey, his daughter, afiss Mandcll, act itig us hostess. The aged ones were-, driven to their destination, enjoying a programme of music and speeches, refreshments, etc. Prizes were awarded the eldest lady and the eldest gentleman- present, Mrs. lUioda. Hinmau ,P. s one of the strongest orders in the town) promises to occur shortly. Dr. Wright-, .who is one of the officers of the newly instituted temple, Omar .frCsluiyajam, of the P. 0. K. K.'s'hos received word to the effect-that the first pilgrimage of the Temple will be to.Eincher Cre-jk, provided suffic- ient members cun be secured. Chief Police Reid in taking a ten days' holiday. The B.NVSV.M.P. have charge of the town during this period. The annual picnic of the Fishburn Farmers' Association and Spring RWge Society of Equity, held at H. MAGRATfl TALE TO LABOR MEN {Continued from Front bonus business out and he by giving some statistics regarding iuisugraiion to bear out his statement. His address wtn followed with -keen, interest, Mr. W. C. Ives upon motion of Messrs. Baldry and Eitchie, was ac- corded a hearing. He stated that when Mr. Magrath accepted the nom- ination they had bad a chat and he agreed to assist Mr. Ma- grath only after he had asked him some questions on matters dating back to ihe granting of the provin- cial autonomy. Mr. Magrath had stated hia willingness lo support Mr, in his efforts to give Alberta back her lands and to reform the civil service and also said that he did not believe in" the way the gov- ernment, was spending the people's money. He was accused of being an out and out Tory and so he was. He was not in 1896, for the Conservative party was so rotter, aiid should havp been put out and was put out. The Liberals had promised better government and the people had taken them at their word. He was chieuy interested in the future taxation of the province of Alberta. "Some day all the money needed in Alberta must be raised by direct taxation. He then devoted a good deal of time discussing the ad- vantages of having provincial con- trol of lands and' minerals claiming that the province gets not one five cent piece of all the mineral royal- ties and rentals. He spoke also of the timber and fisheries rigbte. Land had sold in .large tracts 'since 1896 at one .dollar per acre bu the settler had to pay'twelve to fifteen; dollars an acra. They sold the school" lands and gave the province what they pleased. He had seen a letter today stating that land at per acre in the Brown Maunsell ranch, had-bac-n bought and that if they ir- rigated per acre would be rebated, miking the net cost per acre for what they called "the best land out of doors." The restoration of the public lands to the province is of vital importance to the labor man and it is because R. L. Borden stands for. this ,that the speaker is a Tory. He then told the labor men that it was not in their, interests to retain the present "government longer in power. The reckless expenditure soon touch their pockets. The management of the construction of the Grand Trunk Pacific came in for .attention, as did also the construe- Fragrance are the strong points of Daily Herald Market Place live to seM tr rett pUcc it ii tbii coJiuM. If wilt use this 25e iisertioi 6 insert tow for >l SCAVENGING Any person desiring a scavenger waggon or closets cleuued can have same done by leaving orders with E. P. Alee, c-o Police Station. 74-0 HAM LAL'S PURE TEA It's RICH, COLOR, fresh FRAGRANCE and DE- LICIOUS FLAVOR have made it hosts of friends. Are YOU one yet? Ram Lml'i .Tea is sold only in Lethbridge by HE BiENTLEY CO, LTD. Fly Time is now here We can do your odd irorlc "in .Screen Doors and and do it as you want it Screen Doors Screen Windows Once made win- dows are good for years..... CAR OF JPLASTER OF PARIS. Just Arrived WM. OLIVER'S PlANINGpLL Office, Yarda, awl Factory: ttBlllid IMN5 STREETS Telephone 153 NOTICE THE CITY MARKET Will open up for Business on Saturday, August 1st Next SERVANT WANTED A good general servant wanted. Ap- ply Mrs. A. B. Stafford, Boinpasi St. 79-0 TO RENT 2 rooms in North Ward. Apply German's shoe store. 1906 WANTED A good reliable stable boy to look after a couple of horses. Apply Box T. Herald. 1830 WANTED Bookkeeper is also able to act us stenographer. Work not heavy. .Apply at the Herald Office. 1850 and their ITi Jenkins' ranqlr on the Kootenai was a; great success. About 500 people were attendance and thoroughly enjoyed r baseball, hoarse races a'nd other forms'of am- usjenient provided. At last an effort is to be made to afford badly 'needed protection for the banlcs the creek flows through town. With every, flood that has occurred quite a portion of the bank on'the south side has been ed awny.' The high water of this spring necessitated the moving of a a number of buildings oil lots to- wards the west end of Main St., in prevent their being carried a it is very probable that another flood as serious as the last one would cause, ver3-; heavy damage nnd might result in the creek nppro.- priating a portion of the Main St. At a public meeting held some time ago it was decided to approach the Provincial Legislature with a view to obtaining financial assistance. As a. result- of the correspondence which ensued Mr. Jno. Stocks, Deputy .Min- ister.of Public Works wus'Jn town on regard of the conditions of the con- Thursday and after looking over the test on the part of the other fellc-ws. A protest hns been filed and we trust that it mnyJx; decided ing to the published rules for the competition in which' event -we have .no doubt as to the outcome. THE NEW BRIDGE j situation promised to strongly rec- ommend on his. return to Edmonton, that the Provincial government bear the expense of cribbing that portion irort bridge which spans the creek nnd which was only saved by tre- mendous effort this spring To com- is proceeding rapidly on the pletc the WQrk tho towiTcoimcil will the old struc- to raisc a sum Qf by issuing debentures and are sub- S for the approval of the rate- Main Street Bridge, ture having first u> be removed. This is the task now being proceeded with as fast as possible. Carringe W. R. Painter, House Painter, payers a bylaw, authorizing them to lion of some wharves. He _said that instead of firing the on regarding conditions here, they should be asked Mr. Simni oris "as Is in pow- er and could right them if they are wrong. He wanted Mr. Simmons to be asked if he would accept as a member- of the legislature, the public lands if they were-offered the pro- vince. Mr. Magrath's modesty had kept him from stating that he was respon- sible for the enacting of the first coal mining legislation ever on the statute books of the west. Turning to the provincial school book contract he declared that the people were paying their money for the support of a scab employing pub- lishing house in New York. Discussing the Compensation Act, the speaker said that he wished to give the local member, Mr. Sim- mons credit for what ha had done to get that act, but that there were some things in -it that should be changed. In conclusion he again stated that he is a Tory- until the public domain is Alberta and as long as the party holds to its promises. He had voted against the party be- fore and could do it again. Jas. Barclay asked Mr. Ives if it were true in the provincial bye-elec- tion thai Conservatives had sent tele- grams to the party workers to get voters holding back their votes to vote? for Mr. Simmons, but "for God's sake to keep Sherman out." Mr. Ives said he was not sure of the facts but he believed there was some truth in it but ih-r telegrams 4 Place Your for OWING ....WITH. JUS. FUME Satisfaction Guaranteed PHONE 289 rket Gardeners others are invited to send in produce, etc., for sale. A charge of 5 per cent, commission will be levied on all sales. Splendid stuck yards for the reception of cat- tle are being erected and will be ready far business on the opening date. A spacious market hall has been fitted wth stalls for retailers at mod- erate rates. A weigh bridge will be erected for use on the market ground. The City Council trust that the farmers and all who have produce or cattle for sale will take advantage of the market which has been vided for their benefit and do all in their power to establish 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 other information will be gladly furnished by WADDINGTON GIBBON WANTED At engineer, pres ser and cleaner, bosom and neck iron- er, marker and wages. Fernic Steam Laundry, Fernie, B. C. 189 G FOR SALE A small lot of lumber, one iron bed, table and chairs for sale at 2 3 value. Room 10 Balmoral hotel. 88 G WANTED Dining Room Girl. Apply Cosmo politan Hotel. 191-6 SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING REG. ULATIONS Coal mining rights ot tne Dominion iu Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the North-West Territorieu and British Coiuuroia, may be leased for a term of twenty-one years at an annual rental of an acre. Not more than acres wili be leased to one applicant. Application for a lease must be made to the Agent or Sub-Ageat of the district in which the rights ap- plied for are situated. iu surveyed territory the laud must be described by sections, or le gal subdivisions of sections, nod iu uusurveyed territory the tract applt ed ior shall be staked out. Each application most be accom- panied by a fee of which will refunded if the rights applied for are not available but riot otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on ihe mer- chantable output of the diiue at the rate of five cents per ton. Every bssee of coal mining righU which are not being operated shall furnish the district Agent of Domin- ion Lands with a sworn statement to that effect at least once iu each year. The lease will include the coal mining rights only, but the lesee may be permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may be con- sidered necessary for the working of the mine at the rate of an acre. For full information application should be made to the Secretary of the Department cf the Interior, Ot tawa. or any Agent cr Sub-Agent ol Dominion Lands. W. W. CORY, Deputy Minister of the Interior publication ol this advertisement will not be paid For. A Good WANTED Man that Market Masters. scythe cutting weeds. Hill Co. Merchant. can handle Apply E. J. 191-1 FOR SALE Cottage on Argyle Avenue, cheap. Terms to suit purchaser. Apply W. R. Virtue. 191 6 Office m Market. Tenders W SEALED TENDERS will be receiv- ed by the undersigned until five o'- clock p. in., August 6th, I'JOS, for the erection, of a brick fire hall for the City of Lethbridge. Plans and specifications may be seen at the of- fices of the Architect, Southard Build ing, Lethbridge. Each tender to be accompanied by a certified bank cheque for ten per cent, of the tender and made payable to the Secretary Treasurer of the City of Lethbridge. The chequo to be for- eited t.o the 'City if the tenderer fails or refuses lo enter into a satisfac- tory contract for the completion of the building. The Invest or any tender not nec- essarily accepted. James A. Macdonald, 183-17 Architect. FOUND On Macleod Road, a ladies Wetch photo in case. Owner can havo same by applying at this oifie, prov ing property, and paying expenses. 191 :j FOR SAL-E Fine new eight roomed modem two storey house. Eight minutes frosr; post office. Will trade good city lets close in in part payment. Srmdl c.'uh payment will handle. Don't1 miss it. Apply' by letter- ir. Box W., Hyraid 191 6 f M Paper Hanger, Wood Finisher, Etc. spending a month with rriends in raise for this and other nrc- f did not go from the Conservative com- essury public works. ,r. _., (mittee rooms. Miss Ether Sharpc who has PHONE !24 25 ARGYLE ST. Calgary returned home today. Great Sacrifice Sale We have to raise by the 12th of Aiu hold off tiii the last day of this sale. Gome iocby. S.-.u: continues till August 12th. During that time there vriil bri a discount of 20 per cent on Carpet Squares and Curtains and Draperies, and 15 per on Furniture, Linoleums and Pictures. Oars is one of the cleanest and bestussorted stocks on the continent, so come prepared for great bargains. Ihe Turpin t urniiure Co. 1 w He wanted the Con- servatives not to put a candidate in the field and to support Mr.Sherman but when they would not do so, he had done his best for Mr. Keffer. He showed no more affection for the la bor party at electior. time than at othnr trne. HP was nlwriys the friend of the working man and when any of them came to hia office for advice, he got it nnd it did not cost him a cent. IIo thai he was working for M.if rath in orricr i'nnt h? iniirnt inio Simmons' shoes. In closing the mwtinjr, the chair- man ata'eJ '.hot he thought it best for the labo- mon to hear all candi- dates and draw their own conclus- ions and vote for their best interests, tt the labor party would bring out a candidate he thougbt lie would stand as good a chance as cither Mr. Sim- mons or Mr. Magraih but no labor offered himself and they hnd to f choose between the party men.' LOST On Sunday southeast of Lethbridge. now cushion tire. Reward for return to The Palace Stables. 192-3 on LOST One brown horse branded I I left thigh. AJso one bay horse brand ed T" I on left thigh. Suitable- reward for information regarding same or return to Alex. Thorburne, Sundial. dl91-5 w3Q 1 WAN i ED Your accounts to collect. Let me SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST HOMESTEAD REGU- LATIONS Any even nuaibc-rea section of Do minion lands in Manitoba, Saskatch- ewan and Alberta, excepting 8 and not reserved, may be homestead- td by tiiiy person who is the sole head of a family, or any male over 18 years age, to the extent of one-quarter of ICO ficres 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 over 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- orrn 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 .lesires, perform the required resi- dence duties by living on 'arming iand owned solely hy him, not, l2ss than eighty (80) acies in extent, in the vicinity of his homestead. Joint ownership of land will not meet this requirement. (3) If the father (or mother, if the lather 13 deceased) of a homesteader has permanent residence on farming by him, not less Tenders Ring Up 108 When you vant DRAYING Done promptly and satisfactorily j BRODIE: SEALED TENDERS will be receiv- ed by the undersigned until six o'clock p m. July 23t.h, VK'S. for turn your accounts into cash. E. T. McGregor, P. 0. Block, or Box 337, Loth bridge, Alt a. 191 6 NOTICE All our acounts are being handec over to a solicitor. If you wish t: than eighty (SO) acres in exteut. in the vicinity of the or up- on u homestead entered fox by him in the -Jicinity, such homesteader out- perform his own residence duties by living with f.he father (or (4) Tho term "vicinity" in the tvo proceeding paragraphs is defined aa the erection of building avoid paying collection charges call meaning not more than nine miles in OFFICERS OF SENTINEL Frank. July Thursday, the inst., Rev. _Gk II Hogbin. Grand Master of the Grand of Lodge of A. F. A. M. of Alberta consecrated Sentinel Lodge No. 23, and installed officers e'ccted. as follows: T. M. Burnett, W. M.; T. E. Boyle, S.W.: Dr. D. C. McKen- zie, J.D.; A. lieach, "jrreas.; S. McVicnr. (5 Palleson, L Stevens. J Watson and T. Stewards; T. P. Williams. After the cere- moaly was over, about the officers and brethren along with the visiting brethren from Coienmn proceeded to tho Imperial Llote', where a banquet was liy Sentinel Lodge for tho occasion. A very plensant spoilt ,imi the affair broke up at 3 a. m. at Macleoil, Altn., the M Farmers E'evator uiul Mill Co.. Lril Plans and specifications Ne at the offices of E. l-obcror. MacUc.U, AHa., and James A. Ar- chitect, Southard IluiUiintr, l.eth- bridge, Alta. Each tender to be accompanied a certified hank cheque to the am- ount of ten per cent of the tender. This cheque to be forfeited to the owners if the tenderer fails or refus- es to enter iuto a satisfactory con- tract for the iomplctJon of the build at once and settle. Nelson Fraser. a direct line, exclusive of the width of road allowances crossed in the NOTICE Tenders will be received by the un- dersigned up to 1 p.m. Saturday. Au gust 1, 1903, for ic.? cream, fruit and soft drink privileges at the Lethbridge and District Agricultural Fair, to be measurement. (5) A homesteader intending to perform hia residence duties in ac- cordance with the above living with parents or on farming land own- ed by himself must notify the Agent Held on August llth, I2th and 13th, I for the cHatrict ol such intention! 92-i MAJOR W. B. BURNETT, Secretary Treasurer. The lowest or any tender not nec- essarily accepted. The Macleod Farmers Elevator and Mill Co., Ltd., per A. Mncdonald. Architect. 133-9. Notice ICE CREAM Soft Drinb Fnit wl Coafectioaer} "BUDD" REED Successor to G. W. H. Keed Phone 211 KNURS M STOCKMEN TJVERY BARN TO EXCHANGE FOR rfivcrv bert brrnch of C. N. Rv. with room for 160 head horses, in ..ve town of 700 population, good school, coun- try well sf-.ttlod. Will take flock tor part or full payment. For pnrlicu Inrs see FORD TYLER Lethbridge Hotel, Lethbridge. Six months' notice in writing mnst be given to the Commissioner of Do- minion Lands at Ottawa, of intention lo apply for patent. W. VJ. Deputy of the Minister of the Interior. publication o! this advertisement will not be paid for. EXCELLENCE in Fine Work is Oar Mcttc KNOTH BIG I FINE HALF SECTION BETWEEN STIRLING AND NEW DAYTON, PER ACRE. YOU can't get anything near for less than to Bros. Ott Block Lethbridge ;