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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 11, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta JUNI GARY CanJUton, fMr: Wm Wobey, U the We invite you to call and look over our goods during the time you are in Calgary eftjoyiug the Dominion Exhibition. We will be represented there allowing a com- plete line of Vault Doors Safes home of and ueiffhborti oi Mr. and Mrs. Hark- er, filled the large at 11 a.m. for the funeral ol the depart- ed child.. The casket WM covered low- ers, the was inapiiiaf and oou- soling. Bp. D. E. Harris crossed by boat and. was in charge oftfee Be- marks were made by Messrs. 8. Wil- liams, j. W. Woolf, B, Ibey, Wm. Wolsey, Wm. Ducb and Bp. Harrk in order. to say that all were filled tith for the parents and effort was spared to do all possible for them in the hour of bereavement, especially by Mr. and Mrs. Wolaey and family. The casket and mourners were tak- en across by boat and, the of the little one placed fin the family burial lot in the cemetery. and will be pleated to go into tWmattcr wketheryon are desirous of purchasing at-preiitnt or not. Oar representatives in the booth will be Mr. J. A Young ami W. E. Featherstone, who will gladly furnish you with catalogs, prices, etc., on, anything in our line .that you miy require. ft ta If our Koyal Pstoat Flow Will interest yon Royal Patent Pastry Flour It will tare you 25 per cent in lard bilb. f The ttotr is cheaper than ordinary f; hard wheat Hour. Made fttoa ike blending of golt aod hard Your Grocer it now I ft toatir to Itt fig, Color, Flavor, Fragrance are the strong points of Offices and Ware roc mi 55 King Street West, Hamilton, OM 311 Alexander Ave.f Wtnhipeg, Maa. UIIIIHIM I Mr Council The last meeting was important aa marking some Thtf by-law re half holiday on Fri- day afternoon was by the town solicitor as being beyond the powers of Ofe council to pass, so the merchants and business houses have signed to that effect, and it will be observed by common consent.. This will be in effect from until September inclusive. The resignation of Mr. Martin Woolf town constable, license in- spector, game keeper, etc., was ac- cepted. Mr. Woolf still acts aa qec- retary the municipality. Mr. Samuel Jefferson is to take "over" duties from which Mr.-Woolf is freed. There be a meeting of the Council on Wednesday evening. Real EttaU Several buyers are looking over the the weather permits. Messrs. Weeks and Brownrigg have a party, in charge. After the delays incident" to'the floods some of them today. N sized sale of ranch proper- ty was'made last week. The Milk River ranch of some 900 acres was sold by'Messrs. Spencer and Stoddard to Jos. Peters, cattle manager for the Eldridge Bros. Ranch. Mr. Peters is largely interested in cattle and this will make a splendid property for his business in that line. Personals Coal, ke titd HOUSE FOR SALE 1200 cash makes first payment on 8 roomed brick house in North Ward. Balance a month without interest. Apply Box 1386. 145-tf FOR SALE Storey and half frame dwelling, new. with 25 ft well located. House has all modern improvements aiid conveniences Terms Apply Box Postoffice, Lethbridge. 46-0 WetUrmTrftAtfcr Co. LONG BBOS.Proprietors Ofcee opposite Balmoral TELEPHONE: ea Delivered FOR SALE in Lethbridge, one or more tons of good potatoes, per ton. Apply Phipffe, Cardston. 48-6 COOK First class woman cook wants work in liotel in small town. Address Box 1377, Lethbridge, Alia. 486 tAM LAL'S PURE TEA It's HIGH, CLBAR COLOR, frcih FKAGKANCE and DE- LICIOUS FLAVOR have made it hosts of friends. Are YOU one yet? FOR SALE A brick house and two lots on Ford St. for sale. Apply to Steve Dorchak, 121 Ford St. 51-3 NOTICE Lawn mowers sharpened. Knives IT IS PURE! ATTEMPT TO BURN CHURCH Priests- Acted With Presence of Mind and No Lives Were Lost Berlin, June was made yesterday to burn "'down the old St. TauL's Catholic Church at 3Coa- ILLY DALLYING AT No Advance in the Conduct of Public Business connection with the Winter Wheat Lands Co., so. that the personnel of the, company is now Jno. W. Woolf which wasig -people sembled to by the ous Boinihicaninou Bonaventuri.; Ab- persons were present, in- cludiiig more women" and children to hear the minister. While the congregation was kneel- ing- in silent ;praycr some-one inform- ed Friar Boanventure that the church was on. fire. Without alarming the- congregation he cooly stepped-over to the priest who 'was celebrating the mass ami'.requested him to close the service. The priest left the .altar and spoke to his six assistants who talk- ed clown thc'aislcs ami' whispered to the pew holders that insignificant mu-ze had broken out and they had better- leave the building as soon' as possible. -All the time the entire roof of the church was 'a mass ol flames and the fire brigade was hurrying to the building. Those in tho church, not knowing .ther extent of the. fire fortunately did not realize their peril and on the- clergy's- request their exit, rapidly _and in an orderly nuinncr. The fire fighters discoyem that nearly a dozen firs brands soak- with had been distribut- ed about the roof. The flames ware extinguished with difficulty after great damage had been done. The' firemen declared that only coolness of the clergy today prevent- ed a great disaster. RACE TRACK GAMBLING Albany, N. Y., a vote of 5 to 3 the Senate codea committee .voted to report the Agncw bill, amend- the penal .code so as to. make gambling "on race tracks a misde- meanor punishable only by imprison- ment. Ottawa, Jiine disclaim- tig obstruction, "the Opposition pal- nbstrueted' during whole day, their present tactics being in accordance, .with a decision arrived it in a caucus to block the business in the House sufficiently to protract'sioh indefi hitely, fail- ing the capitulation of Govern- ment, in the election bill or the dis- solution of: Parliament while at the same time by- letting a comparative- ly small amount of supply through each 'day, they hope to mislead the pub'.ic: into thinking that the time killing'criticisms of items under con legitimate.. After crit icizirig all day an item for operating expenses of the I. C. ;R: asking am re-asking all sorts of unnecessary questions, and' going over and pye again the'old debate on the manage- ment of the railway, the Opposition finally allowed the item to pass; and at midnight. Tomorrow the goveinment will again press for more supply. When the House met 'this morning, Hori. George Foster a; series of questions bearing on the present sit- uation in the House. He elicited from tho Minister of Public Works, that caretakers, and. some other employees of the Dominion Works had not yet been paid for April at some points. Foster's point was that, if these men were paid for April, for which money was voted, it was idle to cri- ticise the Opposition for holding up June payments. Mr. Pugslcy ex- Today a number of farmers and ranchers have been in after the "de- All. are, hopeful and report no serious" losses. Messrs. Thos. W. Woolford and Wm. Ainscough report running today though as yet no east- ern mails have arrived. One does not realize what thia 'means until not only his letters but. most of all his daily paper is.delayed.Vand v.-hcn that paper is the Herald" pro- nounced by. all who read it to be the 'snappiest, most up-to-date paper in Southern, "Alberta" one can readily understand what it means. Mr. Lewis -Anderson of Fernic, B.C. has been sent by P. Burns Co. ito take the place vacated by 5Ir. For ter. He seems. tV lie a mnn who' knows his work, quiet and unobtru-', sive, yet one we are} sure who will' prove himself a worthy successor the late manager. Another one of our. business men who is shortly leaving town is Mr. Haymas, the capable manager of the Co- Operative store. THe has resigned his position and we understand -in- tends leaving for thi far west in July. Mr: George, C.E., STREET GRADING SEALEDr BIDS will be received by the City of Lethbridge at'the office of the City Engineer, until 12 o'clock noon, (June; 1906, for the-gradinig of certain streets ariiountihg to ap- proximately cubic yards. A certified cheque for the sum of One Thousand Dollars pay- able of the City of Lethbridge, must accompany each. proposal as a guarantee that tiie successful bidder will within six days after the awarding of the work-enter into a contract with the City. Satisfactory bonds will be required for the faithful execution of the con- tract. Plans and specifications may be seen at the office of the City Engineer. No bid necessarily accepted. G. M. ARNOLD, City. Engineer. Lethbridge, Alberta, June 9, 1908. 15M2 ground. Furniture repaired. Electric bells hung and repaired. All work called for and delivered. Satisfaction guaranteed. Drop us a card. Magee Lamb, Adams' Boarding House. 51-6 SYNOP9IS OF COAL MINING REG- ULATIONS Coal mining rights of the Dominion in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, the, Yukon Territory, the North-West Territories and British Coluuroia, may be leased for a term ol twenty-one years at an annual rental of an acre. Not more than acrea will be leased to one applicant. Application for a lease must be made to the Agent or Sub-Agent of the district iu which the rights ap- plied for are situated. "in surveyed territory ihe land 'iiiuet be described by sections, or le gal subdivisions of sections, and iu uuaurveyed territory the tract appli- ed for shall be staked out, Each application must be accom- panied by a fee of which will bo refunded if the rights applied for are not available but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on th'e mer- chantable output of the at the rate of five cents per ton. Every ln-Ksee of coal miuing which are not beinj operated shall furnish the district Agent of Domin-, STRAYED Into Palace Livery Stable, Ford St., on Monday morning, one black geld- ing 3 years old, roach mane, long tail, weight about 950 iba., jet black, .owner can have same by paying expenses. 151-6 of Aetna, states they prospering out there. Mr. N. Sbrenson, of Leavitt, gives no bad news. 1. Jks. of Mountain View, lias Cno they are all the I. C. it C. Co. chief engineer of expoots to leaye Coleman to assume a similar position with the Lethbridge. Royal We Collieries are sorry to Co.' learn happy Mr. ily to Spring Coulee large interests. that it was no .worse. W. Pilling is taking his fam- where he has Coleman this as he has proved himself, as one of the boys all the way through in the best sense of the term. It.; is to bejioped he will prove himselt as useful a citiisen in his new home and his successor fill his place as accept- ably here. Mr. Maclin has moved.from the hil down into the" house lately occupie< by Mr. W. Burrows, lakiiig; with him several of his many boarders who would not be shaken off even by the excuse of a smaller house. WANTED A GENERAL SERVANT. Apply to Mrs. V. W. McGuire, 529, Round.St. 152-2 LOST A BAY HORSE, branded 7Y on left shoulder, strayed from the premises of Y. ChOw. Reward of 526 with a a worn statement to that effect at least once in each year. The lease will include the eoal raining 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 fall information application- should be made to the Secretary of the Department of the Interior, Ot- tawa, or any Agent or of Dominion Lands. W. W. CORY, Deputy Minister of the Interior. Unauthorized publication of this advertisement will uot be paid for. 'O-MIS3- BECK AND MR.' AND MRS OF MR. GEb- EW- HIGH WATEB Colemun, June night a social and dance was given in Oddfellow's Hall as a farewell Mrs." Bock; who, returns to her home in Tabcr tonight and Mrs. Geo. -por- ter -whox leaves for Grassy Lake in a .The affuir-was gotten up vpilbtwl to a decided success by Mrs. Charlie Dunlop and Mrs. Jones. About forty couples participated in the festivities or the occasion. Danc- ing- and social, chat formed .the chief attraction of the evening, interspers- ed by a short programme of vocal WANTED Young couple would like a position on farm. Husband would go alone. Wife willing to accept position in hotel, restaurant or private house. Apply Box F., Herald Office. 52-6 p. Ooleman, June are; sorry to learn or the serious' illness of our old friend and fellow citizen Sir. Gco.. "Ewing. formerly manager 6f the East ern Townships llnnk here..'...After-his promotion to the new Fcr- nie he took a well-earned vacation1 trip to his home in Sherbroofce, Que-r bee and while 'there w'as taken ill.- His sickness has developed into Height's disease and grave fears 'are entertained for his recovery. The sympathy of the town and all who know him goes out to him and his relatives. The meeting of the Socialists an- nounced for Monday night, June 7th, failed to .material 17.0 owing among other things to the non-arrival of trie chief speaker of the" evening, Mr. CEMENT SIDEWALKS SEALED BIDS will be received by the City of Lethbridge .at ,the office of the City Engineer, until 12 o'clock noon Tuesday, June 23rd, 1908, for the construction of approximately 000 square yards of Cement Sidewalks and Lineal feet of curb and gutter. A certified cheque for the sum of one thousand five hundred dollars "payable to the Secretary- Treasurer of the City of Lethbrdgc must accompany each proposal as a that the successful bidder will within six days after awarding of the work enter into a contract with the City. Satisfactory bonds will be required {for the_ faithful execution of the con- tract. Plans and specifications may be seen at the office of City Engiribcr. No'bid necessarily accepted. C. M. ARNOLD, City Engineer. Lethbridge, Alia., June 9th, 1906. 151-12 FOR SALE One new and one second hand piano. Apply E. J. Hill Co. 506 LOST Lost on traffic bridge a locket con- taining picture of owner's wife. On one side the initials J. P. are en- graved and on the other "From the employees of 1906." Reward for re- turn to Mr. Porter, Arlington Hotel. 152-0 APPLICATIONS FOR CARETAKER Applications will be received by the undersigned-up to 6 p.m. on Friday the 19th June 1903 for the position of caretaker for the Central and Kinder- garten Schools. Salary per month. C. B. Secretary. and instrumental White of the Grand solos. "Prof." Union Hotel and plained thai last year's vote was not sufficient and one-eighth of the am- ount voted for lliis year's was in part nsed to make up ihe deficiency oi last "year's. ''Have you sent out a circular ad- vising your employees that they we're now working only on the expectations of Parliamentary asked Mr. Totter. replied Mr. Pugsley. Harrington, of Fertile, the lack of a crowd. ffcTinilNR i and oar prion will help you grvttijr to realize your ideals. Glove pricing means spot cash. Torpin Furniture Co. COMPLETE HOUSE FOTNISHEJIS Messrs. McMillan and Anderson fur- nished the music for .the dancers and Miss Gladys Hilling rendered a piano solo in a very creditable manner for one so young. Work has been started on the new in spite of the rain and Hanan and Davis are getting the material on the ..ground for the new sidewalks and bridge prepared to msh the work if the weather will permit. Tonight the many friends of Mr. George Porter, late manager of the P. Rums Co.'s business bade him goodbye as he stepped aboard the train for Grassy Jjvke where he jt'o take up the double rote of rancher arid storekeeper, he having bought out the meat business there. Mr. Por ter is ja man of long experience in the business having started at it when but a boy. He therefore understands t thoroughly and should cess of it- m his new home. We trust he my. ITc intends going into hog sing extensively on his ranch which is between two and three miles from" the town. prevented the morning ex- press from the East and the local from-reaching Coleir.nn on Saturday, a bridge east of Pincher station hav- ing been carried away. However, by transferring the passengers and mak- ing op a train on the west side the diftkJBlty was overcome. By working day and night the b haa been mended and trains were the. foreign citizens were present and also to of to listen to Mr. Toinashavsky but that gentleman thought the crowd too small and declined to address them. However next Sunday night accord- inj to his promise, Mr. Harrington will be on hand. It is a pity the Socialists could not hold their meet- ing on some other evening rather than. Sunday so t hat those who would like to attctnl them would al- so be able to attend church. Surely. they do not put Socialism before the church. Of if the church is not doing its duty they may well do so but if it is, even a Socialist's first NOTICE NOTICE Is hereby given that the assessment roll of the City for the year 1906, has been prepared and is now open to inspection at my office in the City Hall from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. .on every judicial day except Saturday and on that day from JO a.m. to mid- day, and that'any rate payer who de- sires to object to the assessment ol himself or of any other person must within twenty days after the date o: this notice lodge his complaint in writing at my office. Dated this 23th day of May A. D. 1908. 424654 B.-G. STEWAUT, Acting Secretary Treasurer. TENDERS WANTED TENDERS will be received by the undersigned until G o'clock Wednesday, June 10, for the erection of ti brick store and office buildin] at Lethbridge, Province of Alberta for G. J. Bryan Co., of Calgary The lowest or any tender not neces sarily accepted. Accompanying eac tender must be a marked cheque fo 5 per cent, of the proposed amount o contract. Plans and specification may be seen