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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 19, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta JUNE PAQC THRU THE KILTIES THURSDAY. JUNE 25 Plan open for eubacriberg Saturday morning at 10.30 until Monday night Subscribers who have not yet got can get them at the C.P.R. Telegraph Office between C and 7 tonight aud until 10 o'clock tomorrow morning DINNA MISS THE KILTIES JUDGE AND THE D1APHONES tf Jdge Cissds IB Department 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 get both. This trademark is the all-important part of a Suit or Overcoat. It's the biggest Mil tie thing" in Canada, because it stands for the best there is in tailoring. Look for it when you come for your new Suits. McKELVIE McGUIRE Sole Agents for Lethbridge. Chinese Silks Japanese Fan- cy Goods Fresh Fruit Confectionery All fresh, tiret-class goods Prices McKelvie McCruire's Old Stand modation is inad is this true of uate. Especially primary room where there are seventy on the rol and seating capacity for forty-six So great indeed has the congestion been that during the past few months half-day attendance has had to be re- sorted to, part of the little ones at- tending in the morning and tho 'rest in tho afternoon.' The Board is stu- dying the matter and it is hojMJd will soon arrive at a satisfactory solu- tion. Because of a misunderstanding am- ong those from whom most of the prizes were to be forthcoming there was a danger that the celebration planned for July 1st would have to be called off. It is a pleasure to state that this has been straightened out and Coleman's annual event will be a surety and we hope as greal a. success as it now promises to be. Ottawa, Ont., June the resumption of the marine department inquiry this morning Judge referred to the state of affairs brought out in connection wil.li the purchase of diaphoncs by the depart- ment. The evidence so far indicated, he said, that in the hist three or four years the government had bought diaphones and plant for 000. It was stated that of this sum had been for diaphones and for the plant which oper- ates them. Under the patent act the government had a right to ask that only a reasonable charge should be made for this equipment, and if the company failed to comply, the patent could be voided. Under another clause of the patent act the govern- ment itself could manufacture the equipment on paying a certain price. It had been shown that a diaphone, elling for cost to make only about He thought that the 0, per cent a reasonable profit. This vould have brought the price to adding for royalty. All he government should have paid, on his basis was instead of this t had paid This may have resulted from negligence or mis- onccption. In conclusion, the judge xpressed the opinion that the evi- dence touching the charge on dia- phones should be proceeded with. He declined to see the agreement as to royalty- and terms of the manufacture The relative proportion of the total, outlay applying to the plant and to the diaphones should be established. Mr. Watson agreed with the sugges- tion and said that the books of the Canadian Fog Horn Company were in such a condition that nothing could be made out of them. The examination of wit- nesses was then proceeded with, George T. Merwhi, Montreal, being Qrst called. John Fraser, the auditor general, asked if he knew of any evidence of lack of conscience or negligence, on the part of the deputy minister. Mr. Fraser said it was hard to say that t Do Make Pastry? If so, our Royal Patent Flour Will interest you Royal Patent Pastry Flour It will save you 25 per cent hi lard bills. The flour is cheaper than ordinary hard wheat tiour. Made from the blending of soft and hard wheats. Your Grocer has it now Elevator Co. Ltd. Raymond llagrath Lethbridge Color, Flavor, Fragrance are the strong points of UlARJUfTOO MSOLUTQVPURE As MANUFACTURED ONTHE GARKNS IN INDIA. 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? Daily Herald Market Place Whci hive to sell or to reit place it ia !f >M wnt aaythiaf MM taU 25e 6 for SI WANTED A capable general servant. Apply .0 Mrs. Frank Colprnan. 159 0 WAITRESS WANTED Experienced waitress wanted. Will pay best wages. Alberta Restaurant. ICO 3 Coal, Ice and I PRAYING We stern Transfer Co. LONG BBOS.Proprietore OfHce opposite Balmoral TEUEPHOfM E: 63 FOR SALE Six nice, high and dry, choice lots on William street. Price only each. Apply to E. T. McGregor, Ofli ce P. 0. Block, or Box 387, Leth bridge, Alta. 156 G 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 T.. McGregor, Office P. 0. Block, or Box 387, Lcthbridge, Alta. 156 G WANTED ROOM wanted in central locality, by young lady. Apply Box Z., c o IT IS PURE! Herald. 56 G Ram ILal'ft Tea is sold only in Lethbridge by Coleman there had .been negligence .save judg- ing by the results. He had often to write him abou prices, cost, lack of calling for ten dcrs and the paying of retail prices It was all set forth in -his reports The auditor cited the case of silver ware being bought for the depart- ment through B. J. Coughlin, a hard ware dealer. In connection with in- vestigation, into this the public ac- ptiq uiiuSnog -jjyr refunded to the government. Col. Geoudoau had afterwards sug- gested that it be given, back, "It be- ing too bad to keep the poor old fel- low out of his money." The auditor j had said it would require a special WANTED The Lethbridge public and the travelling public to know the Hub Cafe is as clean and up-to-date restaurant as there is in Alberta, and that strictly white help is employed. Charges moderate Specials .Tonight Hot Roast Turkey, Spring Chicken, roast or fried, Ice Cream, Strawberry Cream When you want_a GOOD MEAL and want it in a hmry go the Alberta Restaurant Ice Cream Oliver Block Fresh Fruit Phone 228 WANTED AT ONCE Engine or teams to break 100 acres five miles south of Coaldale. Good smooth land, no stones, water close by. Also to contract planting to fali wheat. Plenty of other engine work SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING RfcG- ULATIONS Coal mining rights oi Hue Dominion ID Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the North-West Territories and British Colunroia, may be leased tor a term of twenty-one years at au annual rental of 11 an ;icre. Not more than acres will be leased to one applicant. Application ior a lease must be made to the Agent or Sub-Agent oj the district in which the rights ap- plied for are situated. .In surveyed territory ilie laud !uu.it be de-scribed by sections, or le subdivisions of sections, aud iu uiifiurveyed territory the tract appli- for shall be staked out. Each application must be accom- panied by a fee of which will refuuded if the rights applied for are not available but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the mer- chantable output of the tfiine at the of five cents per ton. Every of coal mining .vhich are not being operated shall furnish the district Agent of Domin- in vicinity. P. 0. Box 226, City. 56 G WANTED Good pair of heavy work horses. Mares preferred. Weight ab out 1400. P. 0. Box 226, City 5G G WANTED A private teacher wanted a few hours in afternoon or evening. Ap ply to Joe Kong, Oxford Restaurant, Lethbridge. 157-G WANTED A pattern maker wanted. Apply to Lethbridge Iron Works Oo., Ltd. 57 G ion Lands with a sworn statement to that effect at least once in each year. The Mease 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 o! the mine at the rate of an acre. For full information application be made to the Secretary of he Department cJ the Interior, Ot ;awa, or any Agent or Sub-Agent ol Dominion Lands. W. W. CORY, Deputy Minister of the Interior. Unauthorized publication of his advertisement will not be pnid A JOB FOR EVERYBODY Vancouver, B. C., June C. Vanardol, engineer of the Western division of the G.T.P. who is in the city today on bis way to Edmonton, states that no laboring man need be idle, as men are needed on construc- tion work. He in a few weeks an additional couple of hun- dred mem 'will be required. NOTICE Notice is hereby given that all per- sons who desire to construct areas in cement sidewalks fronting their pro- perty or to continue the use of those already constructed must apply for permits for the same at once. The By-Law requires coverings of Standard Luxfer Prisms. All areas must conform to the requiremnts of By-Law. C. M. ARNOLD, FOR SALE A gramaphone, and worth of records, for cash. Ap, ply Box B., Herald Office. 58 G The baseball and football clubs will vote. Mr. Fraser went on to declare have the event in charge and as these arc composed of men in close touch with the miners and all are genuine sports of the right the public snappy and All kinds may look for something up-to-date on that day. Colenum, June IT. D. M. Little of the firm of Randal Little of Calgary, real estate dealers, is spending a few days in Colenmn, selling lots in Calgary. They have of games, racing, etc., will be pulled ofT and the prize list will jd one. All arc invited. Mr. John Moore and his brother Albert Moore, taking with them their nephews Louis and John Brerinan leave for an extended trip to Scot- 1 land this week. The men may possi- something less than a thousand lots I rcturn but the left out of three thousand they bought six months ago. There WJTS no service in the English Church on Sunday the minister who was to have come finding himself..un- in the old land where they were born and finish thoir education before turning to Canada. Mr. Albert Jonesr inspector of coal :hat he had no confidence in the cer- tificates issued as to prices being 'fair and just." He had Col. Geour- leau J. F. Fraser and Commander Spain particularly in view. The de- puty had certified for instance Lo pri- not. Again, he recalled a case of ces for the silverware and to the goods being needed when they were goods being certified as for govern- ment and admitted duty free when they were not .for such Mr. Fra scr had certified to the accounts of George T. Merwin, a middle man, whoso prices were shown to be ex- cessive. As to Commander Spam, he, the auditor, had ascertained that he had charged for travelling when le was in Ottawa, and in one year HEARST'S RECOUNT New York, June gain of 39 votes was made by E. Hearst yesterday in the examination of 153 ballot boxes in the recount of the ma if 1905 now going Lambert. Hearst yoralty elections on before Justice has made a gain of votes in the 155-G City Engineer. LOST A gold locket, initials E. N. W., containing two photographs. Suitable reward will be offered. Herald. Leave at tho "l53-0 recount of 1009 boxes. PKAISK FOR SIMMONS i for the C.P.U. company, who some aUle lu get here. It is probable that 7....., t .time since met with a severe accident Canon Webb of Calgary will be here is still confined to his room. Unfor- next Sunday and possibly the Bishop i tunately he stepped outside his house the followinc Sunday. The parish I Hist. linx-c needs a good live energetic man to overtake the work and it is the in- tention of Ihe Bishop to visit the field that he may be able to know the i i just as some boys were getting ready to shoot at a target with a twcnty- two rifle. Carelessly they had the gun at full cock and in their excite- mcnt pulled the trigger, the bullet kind of a man to send. strjking. Joneg {n Inspector Brown visited the schools lcft ieff am, passing completely here Tuesday and found things in a very favorable condition. lie was only making a flying visit but called in nil the rooms and not- ed the improvements that have already been made and the need there is for other improvements As the town grows, and it certainly is growing, the number of pupils reg- istered grows until the present nccom through. Re to be around in a few days. The box social in the Club rooms of the Presbyterian Church in the aus mn.ko a refund of or That was as far as he could had to trace overcharges. L. M. JOHNSTON E Barrister and Solicitor Office adjoining Union Bank, linoleums and Oilcloths In a great variety of colors, designs and prices. A big shipment armed yesterday. They were a good buy. We want to make an even better bnying opportunity for yon The Turpin Furniture Co. WflQE TKODMOS SAVMCS PI CASH HTHK IS DDMCTUTB pices of-the Ladies Aid was a decided success. Jt was held on Wednesday night when few other things would interfere with it and consequently was well attended. To attract the crowd the band play ed several selections on the street and when they had finished most of those present went inside to enjoy the good things prepared for them. There a splendid programme was rendered, consisting of pianola selections, reci- tations by Mr. Jlaymes, and Mr. Morrison, vocal solos by Mr. shorn, Mr. Chalmers, Mr. TTnyson ar.( Miss Marjory Fraser, violin solos by Mr. McMillan. Piano selections by Miss Gladys Hilling and a cornet and J trombone duet by Messrs and Alex. Kaston. After the programme a dancing competition the n was pulled of! and a nail driving competition among the ladies. These were highly amusing to the onlookers The prize for the gentlemen's contest was won by Mr. French while Mrs. French won the ladies' prize. Light refreshments wcrfc served during the evening. Perhaps the most appreciat ed feature of the evening was the vio- lin playing by Mr. McMillan, he be- ing encored repeatedly. (Magrath Pioneer.) W. C. Simmons, Liberal candidate for this Dominion constituency pass- ed through this morning, back again this afternoon and in- tends to spend some time in the Gar- den City. Mr. Simmons is a man with w.'iom our rentiers are well ac- quainted and it would be well 'to consult him regarding the water yrob leins with which we are infested in this district. have no hesitancy in saying that he will do all in his power to aid and assist the people of Magralh in this matter. We have always found Mr. Simmons well and friendly disposed to vindicate tho STREET GRADING SEALED BIDS will be received by the City of Lcthbridge at the'office of the City Engineer, until 12 o'clock noon, June 23rd, 1903, for the grading of certain streets amounting to ap- proximately cubic yards. A certified cheque for the sum of One Thousand Dollars pay- able to the Secretary-Treasurer of the City of Lethbridge, must accompany each proposal as a guarantee that the successful bidder will within six days after the awarding of the V'ork enter j into a contract with the City. Satisfactory hands will bo 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. C. M. ARNOLD, City Engineer. Lethhridge, Alberta, June 9, 1903. 151 12 STRAYED black mare, small star on forehead, small and chunky, fat, about ten years old, had a new halter and picket rope attached. One grey horse, 10 years old, not quite so fat as the black mare, and had an old hnl ter on. These horses broke away from the ranch of Peter Skyonsbnrg, 25 mil- es' north of Lethbridge on June 12th. 1903. 155 C PARTNERS WANTED An experienced surveyor and farm er wants to sell practical fanners part of select tract wheat land owned by him in choicest part of Great Fertile Belt of Central Alberta. Open lands; deep rich soil; good fresh water. Good terms to the right parties. Apply at once to Geo. De Lury, Hotel Dallas. 58 G TENDERS WANTED SEALED TKNDKRS will be receiv- ed until Tuesday noon, Juno 30, 1903, for the purclui.su and removal of the present Presbyterian church. Highest or any tender not m-ressarily accept- ed. For all particulars apply to A. B. j Stafford, Lcthbridge. 153 10 Iwst interests of and dis- trict and we can hrartily and con- scientiously rerormni'iul him in this matter which is of 'he greatest im- portance to the people of Magrath ut the present time. NERVATOR A pre-tligtstet'l nerve tonio put up in chocolate coated tablets, an absolute cure for all NERVOUSNESS from whatever caused. One month's treatment, Not sold in dnig stores but direct from Canadian Sales Agency 1> Conrt, Vancouver. B.C. Mr. Biilie Sharratt Ventriloquist and Mimic Ai liberty for Smoking Concerts, Parties, etc. Ventriloquism Utigh 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 Lcthbrdgc must accompany each proposal as a! guarantee that the successful bidder will within six days after awarding of the work enter into a contract with the City. 1 Satisfactory bonds will be required i for the faithful execution of the con- tract. Plans and specifications may be seen at the office of City Engineer. No bid necessarily accepted. j C. M. ARNOLD, City Engineer. Alta., June 9th, 1903. 151-12 FOR SALE A four roomed house and two lots. in North Ward, on McKay street, water ami being put in, close lo school. Part cash, balance easy terms. Apply McKnight Bros.. North Ward. I59-G FIXTURES, SHADES, TELEPHONES, MOTORS, Etc. McKenzie Roy ELECTRICIANS Repairs Promptly Attended to Phone 204 Night 229 Place Your Orders for OWING ....WITH..... UkS. FRAME Sntis fact ioa G naran teed 3YNOPSIS OF CANADIAN WEST HOMESTEAD REGU- LATIONS Any even numbered section of Do- ninion lands in Manitoba, Saskatch- ewan and Alberta, excepting 8 and JG, not reserved, may be homestead-, by any person who is the sole head if a family, or any male over 18 years age, to the extent of one-quarter -ectiou of 100 acres more or less. Application for entry must be made in person by the applicant at a Do- minion Lands Agency or Sub-Agency tor the district in which the land is situate. Entry by proxy may, how be made at an Agency on certain conditions by the father, mother, son, .laughter, brother or sister of an in- tending homesteader. The homesteader is required to per- form the homestead duties under one .f the following plans: (1) At least six months' residence ipon--and cultivation of the land in year for three years. (2) A homesteader may, if he ao lesires, perform the required resi- ience duties by living on 'arming :md owned solely by him, not .ban eighty (SO) acies in extent, in ;iu- vicinity of his homestead. Joint of land will not meet this t 'oquirement. (3) If the father {or mother, if the is deceased) of a homesteader iiaa permanent residence on farming land owned solely by him, not less ;lsan eighty (30) acres in extent, in the vicinity of the homestead, or up- on a homestead entered for by him in ihe 7icinity, homesteader may perform his own residence" duties by living with father (or (4) The term "vicinity" in the '.wo proceeding paragraphs is defined as meaning not more than nine miles in a direct line, exclusive of the width of road allowances crossed in the measurement. A homesteader intending to J perform residence duties in ac- J eordance with t'ie abo-n while living j with parents or on ia.vnr.ag land own- d by himself must notify the Agent for the district of such intention. Six months' notice in writing must I be given to the Commissioner of Do- minion Lands at Ottawa, of intention 10 apply for patent. V7. CORY. Deputy of the Minister of the Interior. publication of this advertisement will not be paid far. PHONE 289 First-class Cafe TIBER IOTEL DHHRC Short Order Between Meals CARROLL ;