Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 4, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta
'ttTHIftifcOt. YHUM6A.V, JUNE 4, OF CANADA With 90 Branches from. Fort Williajn- to Vancouver, the Union Bank of Canada coven t h e West more thoroughly than does any other Bank. Every modern Banking facility offered to Farmers, Ranchers, Grain and Cattle Dealers'and Merchants. made. Money transmitted to any part of the world. Savings Department established at every Branch. starts an account. Interest at highest current rate paid quarterly. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH: J. R. Anderson, Manner. THE JUDGES DO NOT MAKE THE LISTS TalKr. ..June Stnnghmn, who has been Unwell jfor some time, went to Lothbriilge tpday.to undergo a surgical operation. Her many friends wish her a speedy recovery. Mr. anci Mrs. Itobbins and Miss Ba- ker (Mrs, .itolibius! had.a mu- sical evening at their residence this evening which was inuch appreciated by those present, Bakei's pia- noforte playing' much admired, showing that this lady must have stu died under a master of a very .high, standard. Her services as an accom- panist u're already much sought after. The Messrs. Westluke Bros, enter- tained a number of friends at their residence the other evening. Gram- ophone selections and games were largely indulged in and a most enjoy- able- evening was lasting until the small hours of the morning. and intermittently all day here. Many of the local sports are anxiously hoping for fine weather, and good sunshine. Miss Jean Macarthur and Hugh Nearly Drowned At Coleman Coleman, What nearlj (Winnipeg Free Press.) Another fiction, about the Manitoba system of list making which has not survived the debate at Ottawa is tiuit the; judges make the lists in this Province. It is true that no later than Monday Mr. llogcrs, speaking at Ottawa, said: it be clearly 'understood that there is not one 'name on the Manitoba lists today, 'nor can one bf: on the "at the coining revision, that has "not or will not, be placed there I y "the County Court. .Judges of tlie "Province. No appointee of the Ma- "nitoba Government' has power to "add or strike off one single, solitary "nanifl. The only individuals that "have to do this, under our "law, arc the County Court Judges." Mr. Rogers' statement is, to put it plainly, a lie. The judges' powers, in the making of the lists, arc suici- ly defined by statute. The Judge's do not appoint the re- gistration clerks. ft H so, our iioyul Patent Flour VViii interest'" you Royal Patent Pastry Flour It will BUVO you 25 per cent iu lard bills. The flour is cheaper than ordinary hard wheat (lour. Made from the of soft and hard wheats. Your Grocer has it now EMsM mini [levator Co, Ltd, Raymond Magrath Lethbridge Daily Herald Market Place Whea you kavc to scti to rest place it if this cotau. If you wait uythMf 25c oae laser turn f ijuertiois for SI BOARDING HOUSE Mrs. T. W. Hanrahan has opened a boarding hVase at 410 Round street and is ready to take roomers and boarders by the day or week. 31-20 proved a fatal accident occurred to day. While some children were play ing on the banks of the swollen creel one of their number Benny Cm about yr-avs of age fell into t'u t Tluf do Ume and place foaming torrent and was rapidly caj- ricd down the stream. Fortunately Mrs. Smart was passing and her cries brought JSr. Edward IK. laics, th'a Coy's undo, to the rescue. Just at the turn of the stream, whr.vc it rounds the K.X.W.M.P. Barracks he found him caught by the clothes on a bush, reaching him just as the gave way. Though ho had swnl lowed some water he was not uncon- a good wctt- ing arid a terrible fright is none the Macarthur, thc Armstrong watch ex- pert, were on a visit to their rela- tives at Taber during the end of last week. Taber, June Charles Evans, who is farming a little cast of Taber, brought into town today a sample of rye which measures from inches to 40 -inches, which is a fair sample of all the rye on his farm. Since yesterday afternoon thc Belly worse for his adventure. We are much pleased to see Mi'. Edgar Ash on thc street again. Some two months or more ago he the misfortune to meet with an accident which necessitated thc amputation of 'OQe ofs He is now fully re- covered and is able to be around on crutches. He intends getting an ar- tificial liinb adjusted when he will be nearly as good as ever. Rev. Mr. Murray, pastor of the Presbyterian Church here, will be absent In Winnipeg during the next for the registration of voters. They do not determine the tini1.' and place of the Courts of Revision. They rlo not even fix the hours which the Courts of Revision sit. What then are the powers of the J udges? At the Courts of ing in the four city constituencies, where their powers arc purely revis- Judges can put on the lists the names of electors who apply personally. This Is the extent to which they make the lists. Apart from this, the judges arc simply revising officers. They can deal only with matters -brought be- fore them in the regular way, as de- fined by statute. To illustrate, let us assume that in a constituency a crooked registration clerk, not watched as sharply as he should be, puts on fifty bogus names. At the Court of Revision it trans- pires that these fifty names have been fraudulently registered. Can the Judge delete them from the lists? He Fresh Own Make EVERY POUND GUARANTEED FRESH EGGS DAILY MILK, CREAM, BUTTERMILK Bottled or in Bulk Delivered any whore, anytime in town, North Ward included Phone 229 Dairy Produce Co. FOR SALE Horse and buggy for to the. Arlington Hotel. Apply 1436 FOP SALE An acre of land in the Northward, wo blocks from the school. Can be ub-divided into eleven lots. Can be lad for for quick sale. Also quarter section at Milk River, on good erms. Apply to J. A. McGuffln or to A. Easton. 436 L. M. JOHNSTON E Barrister and Solicitor Office adjoining Union Lethbridge-----: Bank. 23-lyr :CM TO WINNI- PEG BY STEAMBOAT two weeks, attending the meetings of Cannot. the general assembly of the Presby- terian Church in Canada. During hi? ,14 'absence, Mr. O'Dell, student mission- unable to cross i t u- t.' ary at Blairuiorc, will take his work, in consequence of which; J- vi'hila in rnn- Mr. while in Nelson, con- lf a name appears on the list of the registration clerks, whether plac- River has risen so high that the ca- ble ferry has either way, numerous teams are waiting at both; 4. -suited a doctor about his eyes, which of, an appr-ni regarded. sides. It mav be another day or two i J I, were troubling him ami was advised nave thus, to watch the registration before the service can be resumed, to cocsuit specialist. Accordingly When the bridge which is being built; to i. i he went oft to (Jolvillc1. V at this place is finished, it will be a I ,u T i_- 'put under a specialist's hands ilorc thc -Judge establishing the dis- great boon, obviating these little du-i l ,.r for treatuicnl and has been spending qualification of thc persons proceeded lays to trafhc. At present owing to i _ 4 ;a few days in the hospital. the high floods thc water has sur- J Ipccts to return by Saturday, rounded the buildings erected by the, .__ __ lie cx- ed there regularly or not it goes on the list of electors, unless it is ap- pealed against, and the formalities The Liberals clerks, scrutinize the listd; file notices against. In many constituencies no adequate time is affordcd for a scru- Unique Trip to Be Made by Steamer in Command of Capt Ross Medicine Hat, Alta., June river City of Medicine Hat, left Saturday morning for Winnipeg. She will steam down ilu: Saskatche- wan river to Cedar Inke, whore she will go on Lake Manitoba, and then down the Nflson river to the Hud- son's hay, returning in the fall to Lake Winnipeg, and then up the Red river to Winnipeg where she will put up for the winter. The City of Modi cine H-it is owned by Capt. H. H. toss, of Medicine Hat. Several peo- >le from Medicine Hat will accom- pany Capt. Ross as far as Prince Al- jert. Capt. Ross will hunt big game while sailing on the Nelson riv.r. contractors of thc bridge causing great inconvenience and delay. Great sympathy is felt and express- ed for Mrs. Keely, owing to the ser- ious illness of Mrs. -Sawyer, sister of Mrs. arrived by the Spokane flyer la night and is with her sister. ladies 3Iaathorne (married) entertained a few Wednesday after- noon, the occasion being her birthday We are sorry illness to chronicle the ex- of little Miss Lottie her eldest- daughter, j .....WM Ul r v i Escott, who has been under the doc- istcr nf Mrs tor's care for a weak past as a re- sult of a heavy cold on her lungs. Mrs. Win. Graham is aiso on the sick list with an attack of pneumon- ia. Mr. Harry Iliggins, one of the pro- prietors of the livery stable is mov- ing into premises lately vacated by ALBION RIDGE Albion Ridge, May Al. Welsh and J. C. Homm received a car load of posts last week from Fer- nie, B. C. Mr. ,Jolm Swint is putting a new fence around his place. Crops arc looking fine after water is fast running off and all rains in this locality. Fine weather at last but even to- tiny of- the list preparatory-to mak- ing appeals. A Judge may know of his own per- sonal knowledge, that names are on the list that should be struck off; but he is powerless to deal with NOTICE The Liquor License Ordinance fei Dayton Hotel Good accommodation for the travelling public. JOHN WHITESEL, Proprietor Livery in con- nection INCOME PROPERTY Owner of nearly new G-roomed louse, rent per month, would like to trade for vacant lots. P. 0. Box 642, City. 144 6 WANTED Full particulars from owners of Province of Alberta Application has been made by D J. McMillan for a removal of hi wholesale liquor ..license from th premises situate on lots one and two in block nineteen, to the premise situate on Lot 20, in Block 18, Taber Alberta. If necessary this application wil: be considered by t5ic Board of Liccn: j 'I'cmmiasiouers_ at a meeting to be held in Lethbridge on Monday Juii" 1903, at 3 o'clock p.m. Dated at Kdmo '--n this 1st dir.' f 1903. j B. woorv. Deputy Attorney General. small and large farms for sale. De- scriptions must be accurate. Apply P. 0. Box 1833, Calgary. 45 G FOR SALE Saddle pony (bay five years old. Quiet. Can be seen at 624 Bur- dctte St. 45-G First-class Cafe 1UU HOTEL DINK Short Order Between Meals CARROLL DOYLE t Coal, Ice and I PRAYING them. The Liberals must protest t name; go through n certain proced- ure; and produce the the Judge can deal with the mutter. Thus, the Manitoba Judges do not make thc lists at all; they revise them precisely as the Judges do in other provinces. The Manitoba lists are made by registration clerks ap- pointed by the Roblin government day there was a struggle for a nlmost invariably bat "OUJ won oul. And now strong partisans. As they make the list it stands, subject to thc ability Western Transfer Co. 5 LONG BROS.Proprietors Office opposite Balmoral J TEILE PH O N E: 63 I Mrs. B.- K. Talbot is entertaining her mother and sister, Mrs. Ritter and daughter from Groton, N. Dak. There will .be. .a meeting held May 27 at the home of Mr. Bosch for the purpose of electing trustees for the new school soon to be erected, as yet the location of which determined. has not been Mr. M. Lynn has been putting in strawberry plants and other small fruits the past week. Mr. Lynn is of the opinion that small fruits will do well in this locality. Mr. Sago is preparing to sow flax. Will Nortam made a business trip to Lethbridge last Monday. R. T. Hemm was in Lethbridge Saturday on business. Mr. Carlson was in Clarcsholm on business last week. George Wallace was in Lethbridge Friday on business. Mrs. J. C. Hemm received a tele- gram last week calling her to Indian- apolis, Indiana to her brother who was thrown between cars and crush- ed while in the employ of thc rail- road. langer of washouts anil floods is ap- parently past mid a fow weeks more with weather like today and nature will indi-od be rose garlanded and wn shall have forgotten the past un- prCasantncss. Haumr and Williams, the energetic couple of carpenters and builders that have been busy all spring, have secured the contract for building the new sidewalks and b'ridgc decided up- on by the council and expect to get at the work next week. This a big job and congratulate them up- on their success. London, June Redvfrs Bull- or, who commanded tho British army at thc ouUset of tho Boer war in South Africa, died this morning. BAD BELLEVILLE BOY Belleville, Ont., June eleven rear old boy, named John Hamilton is under police surveillance. The MV is alleged to have admitted set- ting fire to Separate School in this city on Victoria Day. of thn Lii-ora's to clear it at much expense of time and money. If they put on names that have no right there, the names stay unless thc Liberals detect thc crooked work and have them deleted. Of course, it is open to thc Liberals in that case to prosecute the registration clerks, if they nre quixotic enough to think that they can get a conviction, how- ever clear the case, with the whole weight of the Attorney General's DC partment thrown against them. Thc statements we have made as io thc respective powers of thc Judge and the registration clerks arc basec on the law. Their accuracy canno be questioned. Yet we are told Mr. Rogers that thc Judges make the lists Rang Up 108 When you want DRAYING Done promptly Jind satisfactorily JOHN BRODIE: Just Arrived HOUSE FOR SALE cash makes first payment on 3 roomed brick house in North Ward. Balance a month without interest. Apply Box 13S6. 145-tf FOR SALE and half frame dwelling, new, with 25 ft lot, well located. House has all modern improvejnc-nts and conveniences Terms Apply Box 6GU Postuilico, Lethbridge. 4G 0 CAR OP GLASS We can now supply your requirements for any size from 4 in. x 4 in. to 50 in. x 00 in. Wholesale and Retail Office, Yards and Factory: Cor. fiGiJJiu arid BOMPftS STREETS Telephone 153 AUTOMATIC RIFLE FOR SALE Winchester automatic (self loading) 32 calibre rifle for sale. Practically new. No better rific made. Price Call at Herald Office at 5 p.m. any day except Saturday. 4GG BALED HAY First class irrigated blue joint hay for per ton. Ripley Bros., Room 5, Whitney Block. 47-6 WANTED A LOAN of on security worth Will pay 10 per cent. Box 353, Lothbridge. 47-G SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING REG- ULATIONS Coal mining rights o( trie Dominion in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the North-West Territories and British Coluuroia, may be leased for a term of twenty-one years at an annual rental of an acre Not more than acres will be leased to one applicant. Application for a lease must be made to the Agent or Sub-Agent of the district in which the rights ap- plied for are situated. In surveyed territory vine land must be described by sections, or le gal subdivisions of sections, and io unsurveyed territory the tract appli- od for shall be staked out. Each application must be accom- panied by a lee of 55, which will refunded if the rights applied for are not available but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the mer- chantable uutput of the tuiue at thft rate of five cents per ton. Every hssee of coal mining which are not being operated shall furnish the district Agent of Domin- ion Lands with a sworn statement to that 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- sidered necessary for the working of the mine at the. rate of f 10 an acre. For full information application should be made to the Secretary of the Department cf the Interior, Ot- tawa, or any Agent or Sub-Agent o! Dominion Lands. W. W. CORY, WANTED TEAMS OR STEAM OUTFIT to break half si ction or more. Apply W. H. Pawson, Coaldulo. 47-4 Deputy Minister of the Interior. publication of ihis advertisement will not be pairl for. FOR SALE Delivered in Lethbridge, one or more tons of good potatoes, per ton. Apply Phipps, Cardston. 48-6 COOK Firat class woman cook wants work in hotel in small town. Address Box 1377, Ltvthbridge, Alia.. 486 A MONO TRAGEDY FIRE AT MERRICKVILLE Merrickville, Ont., June saw mill there was destroyed by fire this morning. The loss is about 000. Insurance small. It is believed to be thc work of an incendinary. Th. Star When You Pass this Store By for anything in Howe Furnishings you Ho yourself and family an injnstice. OUT slock is new and woi d-jrfully well assorted, and our prices aic unapproachable because of our CASH BASIS 3uy at this store "and jnst pny for your own goods. Hie Turpin Furniture Co. COMPLETE HOUSE FURNISHERS Orangcville, June Wis tlom. a farmer of Mono, and his Bella, were drowned while, taking shel- under a bridge on the Hockley road, eight miles from here. Mrs. Wisdom and her children left homo with lunch for the men who were working on the back part of the farm. A violent storm blew up. and Mrs. Wisdom and her husband, witl two of tho younger children took ?hel tor under an old bridge over a drie of Electrical Supplies REPAIRING A SPECIALTY Let mo Estimate on Your noxt job of Wiring PHONE 290 OTT BLOCK NOTICE NOTICE is hereby given that th. assessment roll of the City for th car has been prepared and i now op. n to inspection at my office i the City Hall from 10 a.m. to 4 p.n on every judicial day except Saturda und on that day from 10 a.m. to mid clay, and that any ratt> payer who di sires to object to the assessment o himself or of any other person m within twt-nty days after tin' date o this notice lodge his complaint in writing at my office. Dated this 28th day of May A. D. 1903. 42-4354 B. G. STEWART, Acting Secretary Treasurer. YNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST HOMESTEAD REGU- Any even numbered section of Do- linion lands in Manitoba, Saskatch- wan and Alberta, excepting 8 and 6, not reserved, may be homestead- d by any person who is the sole head fa family, or any male over 18 years if age, to the extent of one-quarter ection of 1GO acres more or leas. Application for cniry must be made n person by the applicant at a Do- ninion 'Lands Agency or Sub-Agency 'or the district in which the land is -ituate. Entry by proxy may, how ver be made at an Agency on certain 2onditions by the father, mother, son, laughter, brother or sister of an in- tending homesteader. Thc homesteader is required to per- form thc homestead duties tinder one the following plans: (1) At least six months' residence upon and cultivation of the land in year for three years. (2) A homesteader may, if he so desires, perform the required reai- .ience duties by living on farming land owned solely by him, not oss !han eighty (80) acies in extent, in the vicinity nf his homestead. Joint Mr. Billie Sharratt Ventriloquist and Mimic At liberty for Smoking Concerts Parties, etc. Ventriloquism tangb TENDERS WANTED SKA LED TKNDKKS will be received by the- undersigned until G o'clock Wednesday, Jtme 10, for the erection of a brick store and office building r-.t Li-thliridge. Province of Alberta, for G. J. Bryan Co., of Calgary. The lowest or any tend' r not neccs- arily nccoptod. Accompanying each tabinqjinsmitliing Seating Co P.O. Box 417 Phone 266 ownership of land will not meet this requirement. (3) If the father (or mother, if the father is deceased) of a homesteader has permanent residence on farming land owned solely by him, not less than eighty (SO) acres in extent, in the vicinity of the. homestead, or up- on a homestead entered for by him in the 7icinity, such homesteader may perform his own residence duties by living with the father (or (4) The term "vicinity" in the two precceding paragraphs is defined as endor insist bo a marked cheque for per cent, of the propos -d amount o contract. Plans specifications may be seen at my office, Room 9. Whitney Block. 46-vS F. B. ROT.FSON. Architect. NOT! CM Tiii1 partnership business lat ly o.irrii-d on th.i name of "Man Yu.-n Co. and "Tho Alberta Kostan- nt hns sold to Wonc Ming. Wong Tong, Loo Yce Won F. T.nng, who will continue the business on the sr.mo premises under the name of "The Alberta Kos- taur.nit." -1S-3 W. C. IVES, Solicitor (or Vendors. meaning not more than nine miles in a direct line, exclusive of the width of road allowances crossed in the measurement. (5) A homesteader intending to perform his residence duties in ac- cordance with the above while living with parents or on farming land own- by himself must notify the Agent for thc 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 ol the publication 6l this advertisement will not be for.