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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 3, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta BHI.'ffttE, A-tA.( WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3, Style and Value Some men put correct style above everything eke. when selecting Suits and Overcoats. Others demand wear. The Fit-Reform trade- mark is in the pocket of Fit- Reform garments to guar- antee that you will gel. both. This trademark k the all-important part of a Suit or Overcoat. It's the biggest 'little thing in Canada, because it stands for the best there is in tailoring. Look for it when you come for your new Suits. --B. Y. BOTTING CO A New Conctrn Operating in Lsth- bridge snd Msstina, With Succtts Possibly ihe majority of the citi- arc unaware of the extent of the business done by the B. Y. Bottling Co. Although the institution is young it is now firmly established and a visit to the works will reveal the fact that there is a big demand, for the output. The abbreviation in the name, jj. Y., is derived from the names of two of the chief promoters, W. A. Dlenner-Hassett and Julius Young. The manager of the works in J. W; Kean who is an experienced man at the business having established the first bottling works in the city, lie will gladly explain what makes {ho 'fizz" to any who are of an inquiring disposition if they will visit the es- tablishment. All kinds of aerated wateri a-e manufactured by the company such as ginger ukt, ginger beer, soda Royal Patent Pastry Flour Do Make Pastry? If so, our Royal Patent Flour Will interest you Made from the hard It will save you 25 per cent in lard bills. The flour is cheaper than ordinary hard wheat Bour. blending of soft and Your Grocer has it now ling Elevator Co. Ltt. Raymond MafTftth Lcthbridfe Herald Market tor SI LIQUOR MEN'S PETITION BOW ISLAND EVENTS McKELVIE McGUIRE Sole Agents for Lethbridge. Kilties Band Coming Here Lethbridge to be Favored With a Visit From World's Famous Organization "The Kilties are Coming." Vaster- less Mayor Henderson, once himself a day a number of young men, members 'kilted Scottish lad, will on behalf of 'the city, bestow the city's token of of the lounif -Men s Club signed a .honor upon the band when they visit contract to take the large undcrtak-' ing of bringing the Band to "Lethbridge Kilties June 25th. US. Their concert will be given" in the. Athletic l-'ark in the evening of There is no better Gumidu, und none more band in June 25th. Such an ar- popular rangetnent was necessary as there is sarsparilla, lemon sour, etc. Also orange mid strawberry rider. Filtered water, carj--t mid gas und pure syrups, -ire tlio uiiJy ele- ments used in the aerated waters. Sulphuric acid ana bicarbonate of soda generate the The gas passes from the jL'enerat-'r through purifiers filled with by which means it is washe i and frtvil from all impurities. From hwi it passes into the bottling i-ylinder which, contains water. The water und gas are ;s the the gas is absorbed. This is done until a pressure of 45 pounds reached. The water -thus charged with gas forces itself through a long hose into an interesting piece of ma- chinery which is worked by ator. A lever is pulled which lets a given amount of syrup into a bottl-. A valve checks the flow of syrup and" allows the gas charged water to ea- ter the bottle. The cork having been previously placed in position is forc- ed on the-bottle and all is over. A simple twist of the wrist does in.: whole trick. At present the output is 30 doz. bottles per day but with the equipment installed 200 doz. can lie manufactured. Ask Saskatchewan Legislature to Con- tinue Licencing teen Clergymen Sign U Regina, May liquor men of. the province presf-ritrxl a monster pe- tition to members tin? government yesterday and addressed personal let- ters to each of the iriPinbers of the Legislature. The petition asks for continuance of the prosont system of licensing and particularly seta itself against local option. It is signed by Bow Island, June Ladies Aid Society hold their first box so- cial lust night and realized quite, a tidy sum for their trouble. The net proceeds were Some fancy prices were paid. Fine showers and everything on a prosperous basis. James Reid left for the metropolis today. Cause unknown. Some very large rattlers are being j killed around here, 4 and 5 feet being BOARDING HOUSE Mrs. T. W. Hanrshan haa opened a boarding house at 416 Round street and is ready to take roomers and boarders by the day or week. 31-516 WANTED SEALED TENDERS will be received by ihe aacVrsifaed vatti o'clock Wednesday, June 10, for the erection A a brick (tore and offiee buildtaf at Lethbridge, Province of Alberta, or G. J. Bryan fc of Calgaty. The lowest or an 7 tender not arily accepted, Accompanying each tender mutt be a marked cheque for per cent, of the proposed amount of and specincatiecu) nay be seen at my office, Boom 9, Whitney Block. 4jM F. B. ROLfftON, Architect. BALED HAY Baled hay for sale. Apply Jas. Framo, 521 Round St. 139-24 WANTED as counterman in retaii grocery trade. Have had nine years (London, Eng.) experience of counter and book work also know- lodge of provision and wine trade. Box 0 Herald Office. 421 names. Of 308 are farm- he length of some reported, ers 'and ranchers, are business men and bankers, 337 are professional men, are artisans and 302 trav- ellers. The remaining 15 are clergy- men. Licensed victuallers point out that the invested int'-ri-sts amount to nearly eight million dollars and they employ over two thousand. America or Britain than this no building in the city large, enough ScoUish-Oamidian Hand. For eight to accommodate the thousands that years thuy have boon together tour- will .go to hear thsm. But the ar- America, "and Europe and today rangement is not without its advan- are us a national institu- tages for having unlimited capacity lion of which Scotchmen und Cana-1 the price of admission can be reduced dians everywhere arc proud. arc now on a farewell Canada previous to from Vancouver next month for Aus- tralia, which will lie their first point in a tour of the world' which will take nc-iirly four years to complete. About a week ago they started from Ottawa, where they were given a na- tional send-olT. The Covernor-Cener- al, Karl (Jrey. was present and pre- sented the band with a national tok- en to take with them around the world. Sir Wilfrid Laurier, Leader They This has been placed at one dollar tour across i for the reserved seats in the their departure stand, in other places it is a dollar and a half, fifty cents admission to the grounds with twenty-five cents extra for seats in the bleachers. Chil- dren will be admitted to the grounds for a quarter. Arrangements are be- made for excursion rates- from Coutts, Cardston and Macleod and will be two. announced in a day or of the Opposition IJorrten, and the greater number of the Senate and House of Commons were present and as representatives of Government, Parliament and people bestowed hon- ors upon the Scottish-Canadian band They ;tre now on their tour and are everywhere being received with honor and applause. .Each city they are visiting is giving them a banner that they will carry in their tour, as much for advertising the cities throughout the world as for the honor given the band. Although arrangements for this ceremony in Lcthbridgc an: not by any means completed. The band has been grcatlj- strength- ened since Its last tour in America. The Clan Johnstone pipers and danc- ers, the champions of Scotland, are now with the company, and a choir of twelve voices so that a varied pro- gramme is given. The band is ex- actly the same as it was during its tour in Great Britain when it made such a triumph, being commanded bj King Fxlward twice insSie of si> weeks, a thing unheard _.o'f before it the history of bands. There iis no doubt that when the bands visit the city there will be an immense crowd from all the country round ns well as from the city to sec and hear this world-renowned band When a specially made bottle ar- rives the company will manufacture I a special club soda. The Good l-o.' are the wholesale agents for the city' and district for the entire output of the works, but they with the J. Brown Co. will retail for family use it cases containing three dozen pint oottles or two dozen quart bottles. In of the excellence of he B. Y. Aerated Waters, the com: >any find an increasing demand for .hem. Wherever an order has been placed others --have becri received through it. The trade mark of the B. Y. brand does and intends to stand for the best. The promoters deserve encouragement for their en- terprise. Undoubtedly in a few years the B. Y. Bottling works will be one Lethbridge Auction Mart A consignment of Second-hand to hand. For sale cheap. Also a line of Walnut Fur- niture, including Dresser, Sideboard, Stand, Table, etc., .all furnished with marble tops. Sewing Machines Lots of other lines of sec- ond-hand goods sundries Please call and see ID JJ" -iA 0 Waddingtoo Gibbon 410 ROUND STREET TELEPHONE: sei ROOMS F6ft RENT Large, airy rooms for rent; bath, etc.; quite private. New Hill Block, Crabb St. entrance. Mn. Owen. 43-6 Coal, Ice and PRAYING Western Transfer Co. LONG BROS.Proprietors Office opposite Balmoral TELEPHON E FOR BALE Horse and buggy for sale. Apply to the Arlington Hotel. 1436 Just Arrived FOR SALE An acre of land in the Northward two blocks from the school. Can be sub-divided into eleven lots. Can had for for quick sale. Als quarter section at Milk River, on good terms. Apply to J. A. McGuffln or to NOTICE The partnership btuiioeM Utely arried on under the of "Ififtn Yuen Co. and "The Alberta at been laid o Wong Loo and Won F. Lung, who will oontinfee the business on the name under the name of "The Alberta Res- taurant." W. C. IVJE8, Solicitor for Vendors. SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING REO- A. Easton. 43-6 E. T. MCGREGOR REAL ESTATE BROKER Agent for Farm and City Property- Loans, Insurance, Collections, Rent- als and Conveyancing. List your property with me. Call at P. O. Block or Address Box 387, Lethbridge, Alta. of the most active of our .industries. and best known A PATRIOTIC AFFAIR Public School Children Asked Contribute to Battlefield Scheme to ACCOUNTING, AUDITING, COL- LECTIONS and RENTALS ALVINE RIPLEY, Room Block Room 5 Whitney Block CAR OF We can now supply your requirements for any size from.4 in. x 4 in. to 50 in. x 60 in.' Wholesale and Retail WM. OLIVER'S PLANING MILL Office, Yards and Factory: Car IIOII rt IOMPIS STREETS Telephone 153 INCOME PROPERTY Owner of nearly new 6-roomed house, rent per month, would like to trade for vacant lots. P. 0. Box 144 6 WANTED Full particulars of rfmall and large farms for sale. De- scriptions must be accurate. Apply P. 0. Box 1883, Calgary. 456 LOST A GOLD LOCKET with the mono- gram, "W. J." Finder will please cave at this office. FOR SALE Cottage on London Road, just off Crabb St., size 20 x 30, 5 rooms, water and light. Price Apply E. McGregor. Post Office Block. 452 Coal oiiniuf rifbu ot Dominica m Manitoba, Bukfttetfewui, the Yukon Territory, the North- Territories and Britub Colunnis, mcy be leaaed (or term ot twenty-ow years at an anonal rental ot ao acre Not more than acrea wttl be leaaed Co one applicant Application for a leaae matt be made to the Agent or 8ub-Afent ol the district in which the rif hta ap- plied for are situated. In lurveyed territory land must be described by aectiou, or k gal ot tectiona, and io uneurveyed territory the tract appli- ed for shall be staked out. Each application orast be tccom- panied by a fee o! which will refunded if the rif hU applied for an riot available but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the mer- chantable output of the mine at tht rate of five centa per ton. Every ot coal mining which are not being operated shall furnish the district Agent of Domin- ion Lands with a aworn statement to that effect at least once in each year. The leaae will include the coal mining rights only, but the lesee may be permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may be con- FOR SALE Saddle pony (bay five years old. Quiet. Can be seen'at 624 Buf- dette St. they are under und douht- i of killics. HOUSE FOR SALE cash makes first payment oh 3 roomed brick house in North'Ward, litilance a month without interest. Apply Box 1386. 145-tf sidcred necessary for-the working 61 the mine at the rate of 910 an acre. For full information application shouM be made to the Secretary of he Department cf the Inferior, Ot- awa, or any Agent or Bub-Agent ot Dominion Lands. W. W. GOBY, Deputy Minister of the Interior. publication of this advertisement will not be paid tor. ALBERT COOK Bandmaster of "The Kilties" the Famous Scottish-Canadian Band BOY OF 82 KILLS BEAR j at Brain without results'. Grandfath- Port Jarvis, N. Y., Juno a said aged Joseph Gadepc to his dauhtor, who brouht the informa- tion. Gadi'pe is 82 years old. The boys with him. The was ami tho two young mm plugged er G.idrpe drew a bead on the bear and killed it at the first shot. Th. ar We are adding new lines continually and enlarging vrry extensively nlong the old lines to make this store the headquarters for HOTISO Furnishings for a radius of hun- dreds of miles. Oar cash basis and economy of management the closest possible prices, and i? you will just make a start buying here you will be our best advertising medium because you'll be perfectly satisfied. All goods carefully packed and delivered. Ihe Turpin Furniture Co. COMPLETE HOUSE FURNISHERS At the School Board meeting last night, the following letter from the Minister of Education was read. The .Hoard took no official action, decid- ing to leave the matter with UIR pupils for their voluntary action. .A large number .in the city alreiuli' have contributed to this patriotic enter- prise und doubtless the fund will be actively taken up by the pupils- of the Lethbridge schools. C. H. Bowmnn, Esq., Sec.-Trcas. Lethbridge S.D. No. 51 Lcthbridgc; Alta. is just three hundred years since Chain plain laid the foundation of Quebec. The tercentennial anni- ersary will be marked by the acqui- ition of the Battlefields of the lains of Abraham and Ste. Foy as lational park. His Excellency tho Governor-Gener- al has suggested that the children of ur schools should be encouraged to contribute something towards the und for acquiring these celebrated Plains which probably comprise the most historic spot in our fair Bomin- on. The suggestion of His 'Excellen- cy meets with my hearty approval and I would like to sec all the chil- dren of our schools contribute some- thing, no matter how small the am- ount, towards this object. The es- tablishment of this national park will an event of historical interest, and it will lx> a' source of pleasure in years to come to those now attending schools to reflect that they had a part in this patriotic effort. As. the time is very short 1 hope that, this matter will Ire submitted to your Board at the earliest possible moment and if approved, that either the teacher or yourself receive the contributions and forward the same with a Hat of the contributors to J. H. Babbit, Esq., Private Secre- tary to TTis Honor the Lieutcnant- Govemor, by whom con- tributions will be ncknowlcdged and forwarded to the National Battlefields Commission. Kindly bear in mind that all con- tributions must be forwarded before July 1st. A. C. RUTHERFORD. Minister of Education, j Premier's Office, Edmonton, May 28, 1908. FIXTURES, SHADES, TELEPHONES, MOTORS, Etc. McKenzie Roy ELECTRICIANS Repairs Promptly Attended to Phone 204 Night 299 FOR SALE Storey and half frame dwelling, new, with 25 ft lot, well located. House has all modern improvements nnd conveniences Terms Apply Box G69 Postoffice, Lethbridge. 46-0 AUTOMATIC RIFLE FOR SALE Winchester automatic (self loading) 2 calibre rifle for saie. Practically No better rifle made. Trio 25. Call at Herald Office at 5 p.m ny clay except Saturday. 46- A. J. ELFNER, Electrical Contractor Dealer in All Kinds of Electrical Supplies REPAIRING A SPECIALTY Lei me Estimate on Your next job of Wiring PHONE 290 OTT BLOCK The JUberta bHny and Irrigation Company Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THE MARKET FOR SALE A genuine snap in a boarding house nisiness. Well worth investigation. E. T. McGregor, office Post, Of- ice Block, Address Box 38T7. 46 2 FOR SALE C. Begin offers for sale one horse, two mares and two colts. Can be seen at McAdoo and Van Home's ranch. Apply to Chaa. Van Home. 46-2 BALED HAY First class irrigated blue joint hay for sale. per ton. Ripley Bros., Room 5, Whitney Block. 47-6 SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST HOMESTEAD REQU- Any even numbered aeclion ol Do minion lands in Manitoba, Saskatch- ewan and Alberta, excepting 8 and not reserved, may be ed by any person who is the sole head jf a family, or any male over 18 years of age, to the extent of one-quarter section of 160 acres more or Application (or entry must be made in person by the applicant at a Dth minion Lands Agency or Sub-Agency for the dutrict in which the land is situate. Entry by proxy may, how rver be made at an Agency on certain conditions by the father, mother, son, brother or sinter.of an in- tending homesteader. The homesteader is required to per- form the homestead duties under ooa of the following plans: (1) At least six months' residence upon and cultivation of land hi each year for three years. (2) A homesteader may, if to desires, perform required WANTED A LOAN of on security worth Will pay 353, Lothbriclgo. 10 per cent. Box 47-6 WANTED TEAMS OR OUTFIT to broak half section or moro. Apply W. H. Pawson, Coaldale. 47-4 lib North if tfc Elite! iid Nest ofWestaiisterU FROM Xa EACH Westminster Road TERMS TO RENT Furnished front room, 3 min- utes walk from postoffice, southwest corner of Bompas and Smith St. 47-1 TO BAR "SO HELP ME GOD" Louisville, Ky., June "So help me God" this solemn portion of an oath which for centuries has been used in coxirts throughout the world, will in the future be omittrd from the oath when a witness is sworn in police court in Louisville. An order to tho offoct was given by Judge J. Whcelor aence duties by living on tarminf and owned solely by him. not lim than eighty (80) acies in ia the vicinity of his homestead. Joint wnership of land will not mctt this requirement. (3) If the lather (or motker, if father is deceased) a has permanent residence m fanaiBc land owned solely by him, Mi ihan eighty (80) acrea in eztrnt, hi the vicinity of the on a homestead entered for by him in the Ticinrty, such homesteader may perform his own residence duties by living with ihe lather (or (4) The term "Ticinrty" in the twa preceeding h defined at meaning not more than nine in a direct line, exeluaive of the width of road allowances crossed in measurement (5) A homesteader inteadinsj to perform his residence