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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 30, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LtfHIHtftdi, J AN IMMIGRATION TRAQF.DY onsumptive Bey WM "Separated From Hit and Montreal, .July the hurry W. A. HAMIHON MADE PRESIDEN parture of the Montreal volunteers Jor the great historical festival which takes placo 'at Quebec this week, few had time to notice the tra jgedy that was being enacted on the wharf when a fond mother was oblig- ed to witness the deportation of her sou by the immigration officials. The story is unusually pathetic. Three years ugo _Jsaac Greouberg left his home in a fur away little town in Kussiu to take up his abode in Portland, Oregon. Promises were given that if went w.ell, as noon as sufficient could be saved from his earnings he would send for his wife und live children. After three long years of struggle and saving, prepaid I tickets were forwarded to the wait- ing ones in. [Russia aiid the mother and children, travelling in the steer- age of the 'Empress of laud ed ia Quebec on June 9. They were overjoyed that tho long ocean voyage was safely passed, and with courage contemplated the mile railway journey which would once more unite father, mother and children. But then came the trying ordeal, when the Dominion and Un- ited Stutes medical ollicers take up the de- manded by the immigration laws of ('umida and the United States. Soon joy was turned to terrible grief, for the Greonburg family, for Letttridge Principal at Head of Alberta School Teachers Tie Coaltale tetaimt Is tlie place to get a good (Square Meal. Everything new and clean. lestiNnit's IU Coaldale Block. Short Orders al' all Honrg Color; Flavor, Fragrance the work of sifting wheat from chutt, the lit from JJje unfit, us the doctors pronounced little bright- eyed Abraham, the oldest son, suffer- ing from tuberculosis iu an incurable form, meaning that he must'return to the country whence he came, as the laws forbid the landing of any alien suffering from the dread dis- ease. Ordinarily owing to certain provi- sions of the law, the mother would also been subject for deportation, as an accompanying attendant for the aith'ctetl son, but several influential people took up the case with the Un ited States government, which re- sulted in the issuance uf an order authorizing thu admission of the mo- ther and four children, but deportat- ation of the son was ordered en forced. The despair and grief of brok- en-hearted mother, as she surrender- ed her boy to the deporting officers, melted to tears even the hardened officers. In the interest of her husband and other children, the mother submitted to a separation which will almost certainly be final. The parting scene was witnessed on the sailing of the 'Lake Champlain' on Saturdav. July final mot-l ing of the Alborla Teachers' u'ssocia ticn was held yesterday afternon. The association is composed of n-piv sentatives ofv the different teachers of the province. Among thu subjects discussed wen the courses of study, text hooks, sible re-orgaimiitioii of school sys- tem Kuggested by establishment of provincial university. Tho question of the establishing of separata high school system was warmly debated. Resolution favoring establishment of ttigh Kchutils was given twelve months hoist an it was felt that the time was not ripe yet. The need 'of a provincial education al association that would combine in- terests of all organizations aiming at the improvement of education is felt ud the secretary was instructed to communicate with secretaries of teachers' inspectors' and trustees' as sedations as well as education de- partment, asking their co operation oL such an organization. The New Officers Following officers fov tho ensuing were elected: A. Hamilton, Leth- WANTE D The Lethbridge public and the travel ling public to the Hub Cafe is as clean and up-to-date restaurant as there is in Alberta, and that strictly white help is employed. Charges moderate CuAflAKTED GARDENS IN INDIA bridge. E. .Car First Vice M. ruthers. Second Vice President J. A. Fife, U. A., Edmonton. Secretary-Treasurer M. E. Scott, B. A., Calgary. Executive Committee A. C. New combe, B. A., Calgary; W. J. Me- Red Deer; L. H. Lusk, Cal- G. F. McNally, B. .A., Strath- VY. Keith, K. A. Lean, gary; cona; A. When you want a GOOD MEAL and want it in a liiDry go the Alberta Restaurant Fresh Fruit Oliver Block Phone 228 RAM LAL'S PURE TEA It's HIGH, CLEAK COLOR, fresh FRAGRANCE and DE- LICIOUS FLAVOR have made it hosts of friends. Are YOU one yet? IT IS PURE! Oafy Herald Market Place Wfcti you hive KHylhiiir (0 AT to reci place it ia this coJuM. If you wait anything MM this 25c OK 6 insertions for SI SCAVENGING Any person d -.siring a waggon or closets clcaucd can same done by leaving onlcrs E. P. Meo, c-o Police Station. have with 74-0 WANTED who 12 also able tc act as stenographer. Work not heavy. Apply at the Herald Ofiice. 1850 Ram Lai's_Tca is sold only in Lethbridge by THE BE NT LEY CO. LTD. i n L ethbridge Markets No. 1 Northern 80 No. 2 77 No. 3 Northern 70 BEST CROPS ON RECORD ALBERTA IN TO BOOST THE PRICE OF PORK Frst Step to Be Taken by New Pack- ing Plant to Secure Required Number of Hogs Edmonton, July 30. -W. Burkhart, of the J. Y. Griffin Co., stated that the price paid for hogs to the farmers will rise just as soon as the pork packing- plant is in a position to commence: operations. It is the in- tention of the company to insure a steady supply of hogs at the packing plant by making the raising of hogs more profitable to tho fanners. The plantg of tue J- Y- Griffin Co. will be in operation by September 1st according to the present expectations of Mr. Burkhart. It is the intention lo kill 200 head of cattle, hogs and sheep per day from the start, if that much stock can bf secured. The company has at present a number of buyers out on the road in the province1, ing for supplies of stock. No. 4 Northern............... 62 No. 1 Albc-rta. Red 77 No. 2 Alberta Red 74 No. 3 Alberta Rfd 67 No. 2 White 70 ARGONAUTS LOST Henley, July Ink-rnation al Olympic regatta was continued here today and tho Leander crew- boat the Canadian Argonauts after a fine and hard racv, by a length in the third heat in the championship fight. McCulIougvh.'A. K., defeated Tevitsky, Hungary, in his heat of the single sculls by six lengths. Minister of Agriculture Tells of Con- ditions in the Province Calgary, July T. Fin- l.iy, Minister of Agriculture, spent a hours in the city yesterday on his w.iy to the capital after a tour of Soutlii-rn Alberta. The minister stated that through- out the entire southern country with or tv.-o exceptions the crops in L-vtry district looking splc-hdid. Tall wheat harvest has started around Lt-thbridge and Maeleod and will be general next week, fn a few dis- tricts the oat crop is short in the straw but the heads are developing up to the average. Not much spring wheat is grown, but what there is looks very good. Barley is a good crop and will give a good yield. The.backbone, of the grain growing however, is fall sown wheat and ri through the country this crop could not look better. Around Mc-dicine Hat spring sown crops have suffered from lack f rnin, cxcesive heat, nnd dry. h'-t vinds, but the yield will be fair. In his travels through the province he best crops he saw in any place vas on the Wetaskiwin branch be- cn that city and Hardisty. There appeared to be just sufficient rain uid exceptionally fine weather condi- tions to ensure a good crop. The fields of grain are almost as level as a board' and with a few weeks more of fine weather in that locality will roap an abundant harvest. Tho department has received re- bus., bus Oats per Barley pe Flax per bus. Cattle 011 the hool: Stem p.-r Ib Cows per Ib Hogs cwt. Dresed per cwt. Fowl Ib. 45 50 80 3% 3 11 ....12% WANTED At engineer, pres ser and cleaner, bosom and neck iron- er, marker and wages. Fernie Steam Laundry. PM-HIP. R C. 1896 SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING REG- ULATIONS Coal mining of the Dominion iii piikatciiewau, Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the North- West Territories and British Columbia, may be leased lor a term of twenty-one at an annual rental of au acre. Not more than acres wil! be leased to one applicant. Application for a lease must be made to the Agent or Sub-Agent o( the district in which the riahts ap- plied for are situated. In surveyed territory ibe land tnuat be described by sections, or ie gal subdivisions of sections, and iu tiilb lit V eyed territory Uie tracl appli- ed for shall be staked out. Each application must be accom- panied by a fee of which will FOR SALE Cottage on Argyle Avenue, cheap. Terms to suit purchaser. Apply R. Virtue. 191 6 A. L. Roy FOR SALE Fine new eight roomed modern two storey housf. Eight minutes froir; post office. Will trade good city lets close in in part payment. Smail criJi payment will handle. Don't miss it. Apply by letter tr. Box W., .Efenild .191-6 Phone 50 P.O. Box 82 Live Dressed........... Dairy per Ib. cwt cwt Creamery Ib..... Kggs per duz. Old Potatoes per cwt ___ Potatoes per 1 Cabbage per Ib..........4 Onions per Hay: Upland.......per ton Blue Joint .......per ion......12 Timothy .per ami 14 Green ......per Ib......3 to Dry Flint skins per Ib.......7% to 8 Cured Hides., per Ib.....4 to 4% A LIFE ON THE OCEAN WAVE is no life at all, without you have our carbonated beverages to drink. So before starting on your picnic, ex- cursion or yachting cruise, be sure and have a supply of ginger ale, cream and lemon soda, sarsaparilla, iron brew, etc., as ours -are the purest and best. LETHBRIDGE BREWING MALTING COMPANY. Ltd Tenders LOST Oil Sunday southeast of Lethbridge, new cushion tire. Reward for return to The Palace Stables. 192-3 Ulric _ ior a ic WANTED Your accounts to collect. Let me turn your accounts into cash. E. T. McGregor, P. 0. Block, or Box 387, Lethbridjje, Alta. 191-6 not available but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the mer- chantable output of the jiine at tht rate of five cents per ton. Every l-ixsee of coal mining which are not being operated shall furnish the district Agent of Domin- ion Landa with a sworn statement to Uiat effect at least once in 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- necessary for the. working ol the mine at the rate of 110 an acre. For full information application .-.hould be made to tue Secretary oi ihe Department cf the Interior, Ot- tawa, or any Agent or Bub-Agent ol Dominion Lands. W. W. CORY, Deputy Minister of the Interior N.B. Unauthorized publication o! Lliis advertisement will not be paid for. NOTICE All our acounts are being handed ovt-r to ut solicitor. If you wish to paying collection charges call at once and settle. Nelson Fraser. W. R. BROWN Carriage Painter, House Pointer Paper Hanger, Wood Finisher, Etc PHONE 124 25 ARGYLE ST ports of hail in a few places but he es not think that any great amount of damage has been done to affect the pem-ral yield of the province Mr. Finlay went north on yesterday afternoon's train. ATTELL GOT DECISION Sand Point, Idaho. July Attell was awarded a decision over Kddic Marino at the end of a ten EMind bout last night. Marino was outclassed and was given a hard pum- m 'lling, being saved in the third round by the gong. The Big Sale is Off tn a Start For such a -wonderfully clean and complete stock JCM will surely see here just what you are looking for. Don't vail till the last day. Come tomorrow. Until August there will be a 20 per cent discount on Carpet Squares and Rugs, Curtains ami Draperies 15 per cent discount on Furniture, Linoleums and Pictures. Mail orders given careful attention. ALL THE NEWEST STYLES, COLORS and SHAPES i? A n CLLAR A HP AI COS I SEALED TENDERS will be receiv- ed by the undersigned- until five o'- clock p. m., August 6th, 1U08, for the erection of a brick fire hall for the City oi 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 ceut. of the tender and made payable to the Secretary Treasurer of the City of Lethbridge. The cheque to be for- eited the City if the tenderer fails or refuses lo enter -into a satisfac- tory contract for the completion of the building. The or any tender not nec- essarily accepted. James A. Macdonald, 183-17 Architect. TO RENT House ior rent on Dufferin St., all conveniences, 9 rooms. Skeith Tilltry. 194-2 TO RENT Living room, 3rd floor Whitney Block. Apply D. J. Whitney. 193-6 NOTICE MAKE YOUR CHOICE EARLY THE CITY MARKET Will opeu up for Business on Saturday, August 1st-leit Farmers, Market Gardeners and others are invited to send in their produce, etc., for sale. A charge of 5 per cent, commission will be levied on all sales. Splendid stock yards for the reception of cat- WANTED A girl about 14 years of age to as si.st in general housework. Apply Mrs. Louis Keel, Ford St., opposite Cigar Factory. 193-6 LOST One brown horse branded I I on left thigh. Also one bay horse brand ed I on left thigh. Suitable reward for information regarding same or return to Alex. Thorburne, Sundial. w39-l WANTED Wanted by young lady, position of trust, experienced saleswoman, could manage small business, etc. W. Box 1381, Lethbridge. 1946 WANTED Dining room girl. Apply Cosmopol- itan Hotel. 193-0 FOR SALE Large oak roll top desk. Apply Box 334, Lethbridge.. 193-0 and the will be opening The Turpin Furniture Co. Millinery Parlors between Reid's Confectionery and Bijou in New Hill Block Lethbridge tie .are being erected ready for business on date. A spacious markc-t hall has been fitted wth stalls ior retailers at mod- j crate rates. A weigh bridge will be erected for use on the market ground. Tho City Council trust that the farmers and all have produce or cattte ior sale will take advantage of the market has been pro- vided for their benefit and do all in their power to establish in the city an institution of this character xyhich will mean so much to Lethbridge ii properly supported. All etc., sent should b in the market before 9 o'clock am. at which hour the sale commences. information will be j.'ladly furnished by WADDiNGTON-ac GIBBON Market Masters. Office in Market. NOTICE SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST HOMESTEAD REGU- LATIONS Any even numbered section of Do minion lands in Manitoba, Saskatch- ewan and Alberta, excepting 8-and 2G, not reserved, may be honiestead- i-iJ by any person who ia the sole head of a family, or any male over 18 yeara of age, to the extent of one-quarter .section of 160 acres or less. for entry must be made iu person by the applicant at a Do- minion Lands. Agency or Sub-Agency lor the district iu which the land ia situate. Entry by proxy may, how c-ve.r 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 ander 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 land owned solely hy him, not lesa than eighty (80) acies in extent, ia vicinity of his homestead. Joint ownership of land will not meet this requirement. (3) If the father (or mother, if the father is deceased) of a homesteader lias permanent residence on farming land owned tolely by him, not less ;han eighty (80) acres in extent, in the vicinity of the homestead, or up- on a homestead entered for by him in the -jicinity, such homesteader may perform his own residence duties by Tenders will be received by the un- dersigned up to 1 p.m. Saturday, Au gust I, 1903, for icr cream, fruit and soft drink privileges at the Lethbridge and Dirftrict Agricultural Fair, to be held on August llth, 12th and 13th, 1903. MAJOR W. B. BURNETT, S2-4 Secretary Treasurer. Notice living with t.he father (or C4) "vicinity" in the two preceeding paragraphs is defined as meaning not more than nine milesMn a direct line, exclusive of the width of road allowances crossed in the measurement. (5) A homesteader intending perform his residence duties in There is one thine thut it IK to oxnctiy riupiicntr. that is vt man of good common s RANCHERS AND STOCKMEN LIVERY EARN TO EXCHANGE' FOR barn on Ecgina-Prince Al- bert bmch of C. N. Rv. with room for iGO hesil horses, ..ve town of 700 population, good school, coun- try well settled. Will take stock for pKrt. c- full payment. For particu- lars iee FORD TYLER LethbridKe Hotel, Lethbndre. to ac- cordance with the above while living with parents or on farming land own- nd by himself must notify the Agent for the district of such intention. Six months' in writing must be given to the Commissioner of Do- minion Lands at Ottawa, of intention tn apply for patont. Deputy of the Minister of the Interior. N.IJ. Unauthorixed publication- ol tliia auVcftiaeiiieDi will uot be paid for. n, A well dressed man is nUvavs i IcnxUt to his wife and frequently to his tailor ami too often remains so. It is an extremely clever homely who ahvnys looks pretty. It is often very hanl to keep P.p. but. many people succeed in it EXCELLENCE in Fine Work is Onr Motto HNOTHER BIG SNAP FINE HALF SECTION BETWEEN STIRLING See AND NEW DAYTON, PER ACRE. YOU can't get anything near for less than to Bros. Ott Block Lethbridge ;