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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 16, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta JUNE 16. Hit HIMIiiMiiMlMi SAFES We invite you to call awl look over ov during the time you are in Calgary enjoying the Dominion Exhibition, We will be represented there ihowiDg a com- plute line of r-.l it fc only Fireproof Sales Vault Poors and wilfbe pleased to go into the matter whether yon are desirous of purchasing at preeent or not. Our repreaentativea in the booth will be Mr J. A Young and W. E. Featherstone, who will gladly furnish you with catalogs, prices, on anything in onr line that yon 'may reqnire. Offices aad Warerooms 55 King Street HrmiKcn, 311 Alexander Ave., Winnipeg, Man. II j 1111 "14 II t i i 11 i if I i ii I 111 i I til 11III ill ii to ctU KEEP NOT APPLY la 1900, a Very raftttra- tion clerk, aaauid Deooatt, Aai at Balsout Bay 'cm tfce eastern of Winnipeg- 'to receive applica- to be put on the 1 and, when he, finished his be wrote to party saying, "Nofcpdy ap- but tew GHU, and' I didn't put their nawee on you bet." Twen- ty-six Liberal were refused ro fistralioa by this ofRcial, of the Man- itoba government. There WUA some stir made in the and, af- ter. trying to prevent the be- ing put on' at the revision, W. II. the Conservative organizer, had to admit that the men were qua- lified to vote and they were duly en- roiled. In the name year, there was agitation over 4a similar instance of disf raachiseuieut, through the parti- san prejudice of a registration clerk in the Selkirk division, and, to save I its, face, the provincial government JniroauceU a bill io umranchise seven electors, who bad been refused regis- tration. v'__ iic w TORIES ARE FAVORED The law says that every person who wishes to be put 'on the preliminary list by the registration clerk must attend and make the declaration laid down in the law. The provision is often not carried out in the 'case ol Conservative applicants; and the va- lidity of registration of names put on without the personal attend- ance of .the applicant was tested be- fore the revising officer at Morris in June, 1906. It appears that tha re- gistration clerk had entered oa the list three who had nei ther applied personalty nor. made the customary statutory- declaration. Tne Liberals contended that, as the law had not been .carried out, the 'names should allowed to stand. But the revising officer overruled the tib- jecti6n, and said that, as It had not been shown that they were not entitl- ed to he would not disallow them.. The Attorney-General of Ma- nitoba was elected; in the following March, on the casting vote of the returning officer, but, if these three voters had been struck off, as by law they ought to have been, the Attor- ney General would have been defeat-. ed. It will thus- be .seen thct the re- gistration clerk can. In the interests of the Conservative party, take appli- cations from those who Oncl it incon- venient to attend, and refuse similar Applications from Liberals, who, through the imperfection of the means of communication or pressure of business, are unable to appear at the registration booth. Do Yotitte Pastry? If BO, our Royal Patent Flour Will interest yon Royd Patent Pastry Flour It will save you 25 per cent in lard The flour is cheaper than ordinary hard wheat Hour. Made Item the blending of soft and hard wbetts. Your Grocer has it now g Elevator Co. Ltd. Raymond Maratfc m Pte WfeM far SI Color, Flavor, Fragrance are the strong points of NOTICE Lawn mowers sharpened. Knives 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-C M Ml M i it i f 1 (M STRAYED Into Palace Livery Stable, Ford St., on .Monday morning, one black geld- ing 3 years old, roach mane, long tail, weight about 9GO IDS., jet black, owner can have same by paying expenses: 151 6 Lorr A BAY HORSE, branded 7Y on left shoulder; strayed from the of Y. Chow. Reward of 526 SYNOPSIS Of COAL' IflHiflO MO- Coal mining rifbtt at in Manitoba, (he Yukon Territory, Territoriea and Britiab be leased tor a term ol yean at an annual rental of acre. Noi more than 1MI be leased to one applieaai. Application for a to the Afeot or' fi RAM LAL'S PURE TEA It's RICH, CLEAR COLOR, fresh FRAGRANCE and DE- LICIOUS FLAVOR have made it hosts, of friends. Are YOU one yet? IT IS PURE! TORIES ARE FAVORED IN THE MANITOBA LISTS The (Ottawa Free Prcssj In the- discussion of .the. reasons which exist, for Federal intervention in the revision ,pf the voters' lists in Manitoba we have already shown that the system of personal registra- tion lends itself to .manipulation of the lists by the partisan, officials of the Iriovinctal government; that the plan of revision Is inadequate; that DOORS- SHUT ON VOTERS There' is also; an" instance of the fla- grant bias of a revising officer. officer's name, is Bonnar, and ately he was not a judge, .but merely a revising barrister, which the board of judges had power to appoint to and ample opportunity to outlet in their stead. Bonnar sat m and get himself reinstated at the jnipeg in 1905, and closed his court Court of Revision. All sorts of hundreds of people were await- nipulation can therefore place jog to be registered. The matter Place Ychir OWING ....WITH.... JKS.HME Satisfaction Guaranteed J under present practice. was taken rto the Supreme Court on A third factor which helps to ren- der the revision inefficient, if the lack of publicity of the work. regis- tration clerk- ITc merely, posts the result of each day's work on the door of the sits-to receive applications; and, as, -in most cases, the bulk- of the settiers in his dis- trict live from 1 to 200 miles away, can hardly be regarded as a sat- isfactory way of publishing the re- sults of work. If; as is not un- known, the revision is arranged to take place four days after close .of registration, a man in the- distant According to the Manitoba Order in a writ of mandamus to compel the Council, issued on April '25, the reg- revising officer to re-open his court istration in the provincial c'onstituen- and give the people a chance to reg- cy of Beautiful Plains is to close on lister. .The Supreme Court held that j une G' and the, revision is to Bonnar had the same right as a place at Neepawa, on June 10, Court judge, to keep his court open, or "adjourn the sitting. 1 The -law was right and the officer widely extended area, with upwards wrong, but at the next session of the generally the aim is to load the lists. trie hours of 1 p.m. and ,6 p.- NO PUBLIGFPY hours for the revision of a Fly Time is. now here. _ We cain do your odd work in Scf efen Doors arid Windows and do it as you want it. Screen Doors Screen Windows Once made to fit your win- dows or doors they are good for years. CAR OF PIASTER OF PARIS Just Arrived WM. OLIVER'S PLANING MILL Office, Yards and Factory: Cflf, ttBRI Nd MNfIS ITKT5 Telephone 153 WANTED Young couple would like a position on farm. Husband would go alone. Wife willing to accept position in iiotcl, restaurant or private house. Apply Box F., Herald Office. 52 6 p. the dutrict ia which fc rifata laail FOR SALE A BRICK HOUSE and two lota oh Ford St. for sale. Apply to Steve Dorchak, 121 Ford St. LCWT 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 Hofal. FOR SALE V ONE-GOOD mares, 7 years old, weight 1 set dou ble harness. 1 heavy; waggon, nearly new. Inquire at 616 Cutbill street for Henry Byer. 153-6 FOR SALE Six nice, high and dry, lot on William street. Price only each. Apply to E. T. McGregor, Offi ca P. O. Block, or Box 387; Leth bridge, Alia. 156- plied for are litoated. In fturveyed lerrttory muat be deMribed by ot W; gal ot iectioM. "aed ii uxuorvejed territory the tract ed lor abaU be ctaked 'Each applicatkNa mart psjuied br a fee of which wffl refolded if the rifhU uot avaiUble btit act royalty thali be paid cfaanUMe ovtpvt of the at ate of five eeato per too. Every of .ooal miniof rjfMI which are not beinf operated ternuh district d OD with a iwora rteteiaeat te that effect at leati ooee in eaeh "year. The leaM will Inclode the eoM nining only, but the leeee ataf be permitted to porehaie whatvrei available surface righto may be iidered for the working oi the mine at the rate of For full information applieattM should be made- to the Secretary oi the Department of the Interior. OV tawa, or any Agent or Sub-Agent ol Dominion Landi. W. W. Deputy Minuter ol the Interior: Untuthorixed publieation ol thit advertiaement will not be paid for. FOR SALE A nice 4 roomed cottage and ten acres of good land, all fenced'and cul- tivated. Only one and one-half miles from postoffice. Price only Terms: cash, balance easy. Apply to E. T. McGregor, Office P. 0. Block, or Box 387, Lethhridge, Alta. SYNOPSIS OF WEST HOMESTEAD REGU- LATIONS Any even numbered section ol Do- minion lands in Manitoba, e w of naraes. The Giurii registfa- Legislature the tion is appointed to close on June 8 1 the-law so that Government altered it should not be and the revision to take pUice on 1 'right again. Bonnar- however, never June The registration in the j ire-opened his court. Between the constituency of Lakeside is to close time ot the application of the man- on May 30, and the revision to take damus and the time fixed for the hear other is a suborner to perjury, why thcn. is neither persecuted? It will be objected, of, that.Rudenskt is gone; but Mr. Wail ton is still in Winnipeg, and the Conservatives havo the alleged cheque Polish :an'l-jRuthenian friends ?tq action the Provincial Government may think fit to It is in the foregoing that the law- has been and again lo enable the Provincial Go'v- to take advantage-of !ts pp- CEMENT SIDEWALKS SEALED BIDS will be received by the City of Lethbriclge at the office of the City Engineer until 12 o'clock noon .Tuesday, June 23rd, 1908, for WANTED BOARD AND ROOM wanted in central locality, by young woman. Apply Box co Herald. 566 LOST ewan and Alberta, excepting S 156 6126, not reserved, may be homestead- ed by any person who u the sole head w of a family, or any male over of age, to the extent of one-quarter Section ot 160 acres more or leas. Application for entry be made in person by the applicant at a De- minion Lands Agency or for the district in which the land b Lost, between Lethbridge and Coal- Entry by proxy dale, -a parcel containing valuable papers. Finder will be suitably re- 1581 thc construction of approximately warded by leaving at Herald Oflice. 000 square yards ol Cement Sidewalks and Lineal feet of curb and' gutter. A ccrtiQed cheque for the sum of I one thousand five hundred dollars STRAYED black mare, small star on chunky, fat, about ofpublic af- place on-Jube 8, -be- ing, he allowed, with the connivance fairs; that the lists, as. they leave the tween 11 a.m. and 4 five hours of the Government, his papers to be hands rcgislniUon clerk, liavc again for revising a populous area, returned to the Government; and a partisan bias; und lhat the Con- The registration in con- thereby surrendered all power to agents :tt the revision take stitucncy is to close on June 6 and any further revision, the revision to take place at Bcaus- I there was no redress. Consequently: j good "carer that bias shall not be renuivod.-- payable to the Secretary- L yearg. had a new haltcr and Treasurer of the City of. Lcthbrdge pickot rope attaohed. One grey must accompany each proposal as a horsCi 10 not quite so fat as guarantee that the successful bidder L he will within six days after awarding L. ol the work enter into "a contract with Skyonsburg, 25 mil- jour on June 12, between J.1 a.m. and G hours to reyfec other, yerj- populous constituency. parts of thp no chance-of knowing what is transpiring: in con- 1; In the case of Beautiful-PUiins, iicction with the making, up of the time mentioned is not enoughto THE MOVING SPIRIT In the whole series of electoral and scandals in Manitoba, j JAPS COMING TO CANADA Conservative Government! Vancoxiver, C., -June 12.-Thc and, when _.- j _ .....nt. _ mtt r_ "f .'-'_A ---_'-- A WulCIa AAV DTCU Wldai, Hcity than such as is in vogue in Ma- For "the registration derk is pcrinitt- the. revision is rushed on La to take two days, after the cloae in a few days, the registration aridlof registration, to make up his Hats Governmcnt itself. bcon made that 603 the! Japanese have come from Japan since The partisan ac-i the first of tho jvar, exceeding the the City. Satisfactory bonds will be required or the faithful execution of the ,ract. Plans and specifications may be1 oen at the office of City Engineer. No hid nccossarily accepted. n. M. ARNOLD. revision might just as well be car- j lists have to be in the hands ried on behind locked doors, with W-Jof the revising omcer who in this IT. Hastings, Conservative organizer caae lives at Winnipeg, three clear as presiding officer. days before the revision There is scarcely time to serve no-1 place. The .short time elape- t.iccs of appeal in cases where the I ing before the registration and post office addresses are known, and I revision in SprihgfteM bare- no time whatever to hunt up the ad-Jly permit that the revision will cor- drcsses of people, whose post office jrect the lists being carried out; and addresses do not appear in the regis-1 the same is practically the case in ter. Under the administration of the 1 regard to Lakeside. ITon. Thomas Grccnway, the lists had AH skews there is no to and published through- guarantee that the revision lwill atr- out constituency 30 days before the I rcct the partisan bias of the prelim- court of revision could be held; and, linary lists, let alorie clean up the if a ninn's name was wrongly omitted I dead accretions of.lapaing years; and, from the lists, he had plenty of emphasize the degree of that parti tions of officials have been but a re- agreed to by Lomienx nection of the administrative meth-Uhen in Tok.o, by 0. Yoda. ods of the -Provincial Government. Japanese consul here states that the When, the Attorney-General agreement has not been broken and himself :or some' -responsible official he is confident tho number to whom in 'his dep.rl.ent, undertook to tear passports have issued has no contemptuously from the 'lists ihelexceeded the maxunnm figure. iiamea of thirty-eight duly qualified electors at da Bonnet, he showed 1 E. T. McGREGOR noir little, there was in the profes- REAL ESTATE BROKER siona ol the government that Farm and-city property- wanted absolute fairness as between I ColJectJons, Rent tbe 38 Lac du Bonnet names, did the and up to Baby Carriages and Go Carts The reliable kind with the best springs awl tUt can bnr. Every carriage is new. Bw atocked Satnrrj'ay. They take up a gooddealof we're crowded, BO today ia opportunity M these goods are priced to make qnickly. HwTurpin COMPLETE HOUSE FUtNlSHCTS and parly, and, since then, ev-J ery revUion has shown that whatever 1 may be their professions, they mean to' take whatever advantage can ]yc obtained through holding the excc-l utive control in connection with the] administration of their own electoral law. Why, if it was fair to tear out the Attorney-General not tear out the Khrec Morris names, just as wrongly on the lists? Why docs he not de- clare J. T. Mitchell, Conservative member for-North End, Winnipeg, un- constitutionally elected? Mr. Mitch- ell" was elected by the votes of 450 Ratheviam, -and Galicians, il- legally iMtvralitcd before the revision at which they weae put on the list, pad, instead of promising an investi- gation, he Kudenski, who swore to the circumstances of the illegal na taralization, perjured himself for paid to by Walton, M.P.P Bat, if the one ia a perjurer and the City Engineer. jlingiAita Alta., .Tune 9th, 1908. 151-12 ever be made at an -Agency on certain conditions by the father, mother, aon, brother or wMet of an in- tending homesteader. The homeateader ia required to pet form the homestead dntiea under of the following (1) At least six months' reaidgoft upon and cultivation of the land fai each year for three yean. (2) A homesteader may, ii ha desires, perform the required i dence duties by living on farmiiif land owned solely hy him, not 1 es north of Lethbridge on June 12th, I eighty (80) aetea in extent, til 155-CI the Vicinity of his homealeaa. ownership of land will not meet tali LOST 1 T (3) lf thc U 3 HOKSES lostmarked J F left. Ukher ia ef a slioulder, U Q on left shoalder. permanent residence on" right flank, reward owncd by him, not Return to L. E.Townsend, Stir- 156-5-1 Qn and had an Oid hal Thosc ilorscs broke away from eighty (80) acres in extent, i the vicinity of the homestead, or a homestead entered for by him la Ticinity, such homeateader aiiay TENDERS WANTED SEAT.fiD TENDERS marked "Ten- ders for will be' received by the undersigned Qr uge o{ those lreadjr constructed must apply for for at Qncc up to noon on Tuesday the 30th in- The By.Law coverings of stant for the erection on the Blood statldard prisms. All areas Indian Reserve, for the Department of I gt List your P. O. Block Address 387, Lethbridge, Aita. Mr. Billie Sharratt Ventriloquist and Mimic At liberty for Smoking Concerts, Ventriloquism tangh Indian Affairs, of two frame dwelling houses and a slaughter house, plans and specifications of -which may bo seen at the offices of the Collectors of Customs at Maclood and Lethhridge and at tho Indian Office, Blow! Agoncy. ToiuUrs may Iw for one or moro of the buildings. The lowest or any tomlor not necessarily accopt- cd. R. N. WILSON, Indian Agent Blood Acf-ncy, Macleod, June llth 1903. 156 y-Law. 55G Star i A FIXTURES, TELEPHONES, MOTORS, Etc. McKenzie Roy ELECTRICIANS RcptJn Promptly Altered to PHote 204 NigKt 229 to the requiremnta of C. M. ARNOLD, City Engineer. NOTICE Notice is hereby given that all per- perform hia own residenca dttfea by sons who desire to construct areas in living with Ihe father (or cement sidewalks fronting their pro j (4) The term "Ticinity" two preceediug paragrapha ia denned aa meaning hot more than'nine a direct line, exclusive ol tha of road eroded ia measurement. (5) A homeateadct favlaibdtec .to perform hia raidcnee te at- cordance with the above whUa ttviat with parenta or on famine ed by hiaweU notify AfMit for the drtrfct 61 Six aMMttu' hv be given to the OboMtaaiaMr ol Da- minion Lands at Ottawa, of to apply for palest. W. W. Deputy of the MteMer of Interne pvatteattoa this adTertiaenent will not patt lor. STREET GRADING SEALED BIDS will be received by he City of Lethbridge at the office of he City Engineer, until 12 'o'clock June 23rd, 1906, for the grading of certain streets amounting to ap- proximately cubic yards.. A certified cheque lor the sum o One Thousand Dollar j. pay able to the Secretary-Treasurer of the City of Lethbridge, must accompany each proposal as a guarantee that th successful bidder will within fix 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 ami specifications may be sees at the office of the City Engineer. No bid necessarily accepted. C. M. ARNOLD, City Engineer. Lethbridge, Alberta, June 9, 1909. 15111 First-dass Cafe ma urn CARROLL A DOTLK ;