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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 1, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LITHBfllOGI, M6NDAV, JUNE I, IMI Buy by this Trademark The moat important part of a Spring Suit or Oven-oat is the Fit-Reform trademark. It is the only thing you need look for when you have found k, it means that everything else has been looked out for. Buy your new Suits and Overcoat by the Fit-Reform trademark and you are certain to buy satisfaction. Spring Suits and Overcoats up. THE aRDSTON BUDGET DOMINION DAY CELRBIUTJON NUMflEK OF CATTI.TC SA! A.T HOLIDAY OX FRIDAY Cardston, May Preparations are under way for a good old time celebration of our national holiday. The Mayor does not let any grass grow under his feet. A meetmg was called last Friday evening and the work set going despite the stormy weather. The general commit tee stands as follows: Mayor Spcnoer, chairman.; councihneu: Thos. Ducc, finance; J. T. Brown, program1. J. C. Gaboon, lecoration; 31. A. Coombs, sports, tided by S. ik'udi on refreshment, and A. M. Ilcppler on reception. Mr. Ducc nud his aids, Messrs. David Spencer and Leo. Coombs, and the limudal cue! ul it is well under way, as they havu visited business McKELVIE McGUIRE Sole Agents for LetHbridge. Do Make Pastry? If so. our Ro ji Patent Flour Will interest you Royal Patent Pastry Flour Mti'.lc from th'- hard wheats. It will save you 25 per cent in lard bills. The Hour is cheaper than ordinary hard wheat dour. of soft and Your Grocer has it now Eitisoi IHig Elevator Co, Ltd, Mtf Market Place Whet yiM have Mytfctof to sdl tr w rciii jpbu ft m tfcift cohnM. If wait tor SI Uthbridge Auction Mart e and received a hearty in the way of subscriptions to the fund. Next Wednesday is set for a report from the heads of the committees, as outlined on the general committee and the plans will Ixi perfected us to the doings of the great Day. Cardston has always made a record for Dominion Day celebrations and 1908 bids fair to be a record breaker for a good time and the right kind of a time. CATTLE SALES There has been no lack of a market for anything that would make beef .or the past two months. Several buyers arc in the field. Mr. D. Jial- covski of Winnipeg makes regular for his firm. Messrs. and J. J. Marsdeu have also Iwen buying for some months past. Yesterday a shipment was sejjt out by Mr. Jno. F. Parish, the Mountuir View merchant. At present the prices are good n all markets. Grass fed cattle are not in shape yet, and the "feeders' are practically all sold and on the market. Mr. Jas. S. Parker, in charge o the Cochrane 'cattle, states that th rapid growth of the grass is fas putting early beef in good shape K ROUND STREET TELEPHONE 1261 I TO RENT Large furnished house to rent. Ap-j ly Box V., Herald Office. 406 SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING REG- ULATIONS TO KEEP M. P.S BUSY Ottawa, May Laurier mill make a motion calling for inorn- Imake n' motion calling for morn- ing sittings of the House and for sit- tings on Wednesday evenings. iGov- enmient orders will a No have-preced- ence at all .sittings, the- members hav- ing right to ask quest inns on Mon- days and Wednesdays and Thursdays. It is possible thut the Oppoaiiion will ibject to W.-dncdday even- njr.? on the ground that with the three sittings every oth r day, a jtx-ak in the middle the week is necessary. The rulrs the Hoi fixing the hours of sittings cannot b_> changed except on consent of the whole House. The cut above is an original from the New York production of the "Squaw. Man." There was a. mistake made in the date of their show. The agent billed the company for the 3rd and 4th of June, but soon discovered his i rror. It is the 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th of June giving you two more days, starting Monday. The Brandon Company is a well constructed organization and has some clever bills to offer you during their stay. "The Squaw Man" is full of heart interest. The plot centres around a Boston man exiled from his home who settles in Texas. He is saved once from murder, once from freezing to death in a blizzard, by a young squaw. She subsequently nurses him back to life. He marries her out o gratitude and no probability of his ever being able to return to civiliza tion. His ranch does not thrive ion, lawyer from home finds him. Ic tells him that he has inherited a arge fortune., Also the exiled brother ms died and his widow an old flame of. the hero's has accompanied the awycr to bring him back home. In- cidentally the dead brother has com- mitted the crime. For the sake of us love, the hero takes this burden on his own shoulders. On the death of the brother, the wanderer feels jus- ified in proving his He re fuses to desert his squaw wife, how- ever, but insists that the little boy who has boon horn to them, shall taken awav to b? edr cited suitnbh Don't be behind the times and out of date. Have your home, office or store electri- cally lighted throughout. Let us install a system of lighting in your home., It wil cost lit- tle, but please you very much. McKENZIE ROY Redpath St., Lethbridge, Alta. Phone 204 WANTED Party with capital to invest n money making proposition. I i several useful patents that will jell quicklv, once they are placed on. 4 T> TT ii! be eased to one applicant, the market. Address Box A., Herald l r 41-61 Application for a lease Coal mining rights of tne Dominion in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the North-West Territories and British CoJuinoia, may be leased tor a term of twenty-one years at an annual rental of an acre Not more than acres wil] FURNISHED ROOM Furnished room to rent, four min- utes walk from Coutts St. depot. Apply 210 WANTED as counterman in retaii grocery trade. Have had nine (London, Eng.) experience of countf r and book work also know- ledge of provision and wine trade. Box 0 Herald Office. 426 ROOMS FOR RENT Large, airy rooms for rent; bath, quite private. New Hill Block, must be made to the Agent or Sub-Agent of the district in which the rights ap- plied for are situated. In surveyed territory the land must be described by sections, or ie gal subdivisions of sections, and iu uusurveyed territory the tract appli- ed for shall be staked out. Each application must be accom- panied by a fee of which will refunded if the rights applied for are not available but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the mer- chantable output of the iiiine at -the rate of five cents per ton. Every lessee of coal mining righU which are not being operated shall i furnish the district Ageut of Domin- i ion Lauds with a sworn statement to L. M. JOHNSTONE Barrister and Solicitor Office adjoining Lethhridce. Union Bank 23-lyr FOR SALE Horse and buggy for sale, to the Arlington Hotel. Apply 1436 idny to all employees is certainly a. very wise move for the recreation ol the young people and the encourage merit of manly sport. The grand stand is now being put in repair and the grounds will soon be in first class shape for all kinds of sport. We are glad to welcome back Mr. Edward and T.-lwin with their families who left us last winter and spent the intervening in They returner! on timn nml have taken i> r.l on trie oVl homestead again. We are always A. J. ELFNER, Hectriial Contractor Crabb St. entrance. Mrs. Owen. 42 G that effect at least once in each year. The lease will include the coal 1 mining rights only, but the lesee may bo permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may be con- sidered necessary for the working of j mine at the rate of an acre. FOR SALE For full information application An acre of land in the Northward, j shou'.d be made to the Secretary of two blocks from the school. Can be! the Department cf the Interior, Ot- iub-divided into eleven lots. Can be; iadvfor for quick sale. Also j quarter section at Milk River, on good j terms. Apply to J. A. McGuffln or-to A. Euston. 436 Dealer in All Kinds of Electrical Supplies REPAIRING A SPECIALTY Let me Estimate on Your next job Wiriiag PHONE 290 OTT BLOCK ROOM AND BOARD Room and board, 621 Round street. 443 or any Agent or Sub-Agent of Dominion Lands. W. W. CORY, Deputy Minister of the Interior. publication of- this advertisement will not be paid fnr. INCOME PROPERTY Owner of nearly new 6-roomed house, rent per month, would like to trade for vacant lots. P. O. Box for the position he is to come lmvc om' prodigals return. The squaw overcome by grL-f by when they are such vnlu- son, shoots herself and the dilem- citizens as these gentlemen have -ma is solved. This beautiful play has always giv- en the best satisfaction. Come out and enjoy an evening. Prices are 50c Show Just as he is on the verge of starva starts at 8.30 sharp. WORLD'S BIGGEST CLOCK Mayor of Jersey City It Going- Minute Hand Travels Two Feet a Minute proved themselves. Mr. W. 11. Stott was in town today delivering a bunch of cattle to Mr. Hort Kenney. Mr. Scott's ranch is on Boundary ideal stock country toward the Hig Chief. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Smith returned to Mountain Vriew yesterday. Mrs. Smith has attendance upon Mrs. New York, May Co.'s giatn clock, the biggest in the world, on top of the soap plant in Jersey City was set in motion at 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon. Mayor Wittpenn pressed a button which started the wheels going. The dial of the clock is 33 f.ct across. The minute hand is 20 feet long and with its counterpoise weighs nearly a third of a ton, while the weight that moves the mechanism weighs pounds. At night the hands are outlined with incandescent Wm. Fogg whosc has been lights, red lights marking each num- eral and an incandescent lamp each minute mark. The tip end of the minute hand travels 24 inches every minute. 642, City. 1446 SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST HOMESTEAD REGU- WANTED Full particulars from owners of and large farms for sale." De- criptions must be accurate. Apply j 4561 O. Box 1883. Calgary. mentioned m these columns. arc glad to report that the lady is im- proving. Her children with the- ception of the youngest arc at Mrs. Smith's near Mountain View. PROVINCIAL ARCHIVIST Edmonton, June Kathryne Hughes, society editress of The Bul- letin, has been appointed provincial archivist, and assumed her new du- ties this week. The archivist was born in Prince Edward Island, is an honor graduate of Prince of Wales college. Upon leaving college she at once entered upon literary work, writ- ing in 1899 for the "Encyclopaedia of KINNAIRD RESIGNS Man Who Has Practically Edmonton's Municipal Affairs for 15 Years Western Plumbinqjinsmithing Heating Go All Work Guaranteed Satisfactory Repairing Promptly Attended to P.O. Box 417 Phone 266 The O Star Canadian csts. Vn.1, 5, forests th? and section upon timber inter- Our lines aro Furniture, Carpet Squares and Rugs, Linoleums, Ciutaint and Draperies etc., Upholstery Materials, Pictures, Baby Carriages, Sewing Ma- chines. No cleaner stock on this continent. We're making every effort to keep price down and the quality up. Edmonton. May sensation was created in the cily council last evening by the reading of the public works investigation commissioner's report, which severely censures the Kcclny, and the subsequent tendering i of tho. resignation of Geo. J. Kin- miiti, cily r.rul the oldest official in tho service of the municipality. Both the report and his resignation are on the table for consideration next Tuesday evening. Kinnaird has been practically man- aging the city's nffairs for the past- fourteen years. It was on the strength of severe criticisms, coupled with the charges of bungling and mismanage- ment, made in the report that Kin- naird -tendered his resignation. Commissioner Fnce and City En- gineer Kcclcy did not offer to resign, but submitted lengthy jmiicnK-nls of defence. The Alberta Railway and Irrigation Company Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THE MARKET Any even numberea section of Do minion lands in Manitoba, Saskatch- ewan and Albnrta, excepting 8 and 26, not reserved, may be homestead- ed by anyV person who is the sole head uf a family, or any male over IS years FOR SALE aget to the extent of one-quarter Young .-addle horse, saddle and .cljori Of [go acres more or less. ridk'. Apply 320 Smith street. 45 1 j Application for entry must made person by Hie applicant at a Do- LOST 1 minion Lands Agency or Sub-Agency A GOLD LOCKET with the mono- rain, "W. J." Finder will ave at this office. TENDERS SEALED TENDERS, marked "For Mounted Police Provisions and Light Supplies, Provinces of Alberta and and addressed to the undersigned, will be received up to noon on Tuesday, June IGth. Printed forms of tender containing j full information as to the artic.es tlie district in which the land is please! 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 homestoad-er is required to per- form the homestead duties under one of the iollowing plans: (1) At least six months' residence upon and cultivation of the land in (2) A homesteader may, if he so desires, perform tlie required resi- dence duties by living on fanning land owned solely by him, not loss (SO) in extent, fa the vicinity his homestead. Joint WKtt CASH CKNTS i lots North if tfc Railroad West of Westminster U. FROM 1 EACH Also a few Acre Lots East of Westminster Road, each TERMS EASY i MINIMUM SALARY OF Regina, June Jas. A. or hp.s tho boirc? governors of the university has on a year as the minimum sal- ary of the principal of the university. Interest (5 cent, per annum Railiit aid Irrigation ilti. One-third cash, one-third 6 months, balance 12 months. :ind quantity required, may be had on j ownorship of land WJH not meet this at any of the Mounted niquirsment. Police posts in the North-west, or at- (3) Jf the (Qr mother> if the the office of the undersigned. js doccased) oE a homesteader No tender will be received unless pcrmanent residence on farming made on such printed forms. i ]am] by him, not less The lowest or any tender not nrces- i lhjm ejghty (3Q) acrcs in extentj in sarily accepted. I tne vicinity of the homestead, or up- Each tender must be accompanied jon a entered for by him in by an accepted Canadian bank cheque i 7jcjpjt.y, ?uch homesteader may or draft for an amount equal to five, ilis own residence duties by wr cent, of tho total value of the ar-1 wilh father ticies tendered for, which will be for torm "vjcjnitv" in the two Mied if the party declines to enter i paragraphs is defined as into a contract when called upon to not more miie3 in do so, or if hr fails to complete tho n line, exclusive of the width service contracted for. If the tend or of crossed in thp be not accepted the cheque will retxirned. (5) homestendor intending to No payment will be made to news- residence duties in ac- papers inserting this advertisement with the above while living without authority having been fin-t j vvjti, parents or on fanning land own- obtainod. Jed by himself must notify the Agent FRED. for the district of such intention. Comptroller, R.N.W.M. Police, j Six months' notice in writing must xr 10 be piven to the Commissioner ol Do- Ottawa. May 19, Tjftnd.-i at Ottawa., of intention j to apply for patent. W. W. CORY, Mr. Billie Sharrattj i Ventriloquist and Mimic j At liberty for Smoking Concerts, Parties, etc. Ventriloquism taught Deputy of tho Minister of the Interior. publication of this advertisement will not b< paid for. ;