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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 23, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE, ALTA TUESDAY, JUNE 25; till "7fs not what we Ifs what the The proof of the economy of Progress Brand Clothing is found in the clothes themselves. Progress Brand garments will wear longer, have more style, and keep their shape better than clothes costing to more. This label is your protection. Look for it. 12 TONE'S VISIT TO BRYAN Now There Is Talk that Ticktt Will Be Brvan and Sold and Guaranteed by McRELVIE McGUIRE. Tailoring- Ladies' Tailored Garments made to Order and Measure hits, tosses Jttlets, Cuts, Uiig lift Fun Latest Siy'c-H, Correct Kitting, licst Material, New and Exclusive Deniiw fi W. No Two Garments Made Alike. Unsur- passed Low Easy Weekly or Monthly Payments Hjouwisli to be titylislily and cor- rectly gowned write to 30S Fort Winnipeg. Mu. Coleman thing about it in the Herald so tiat the ".Miner" could not cry his usual cry about "speaking disparagingly about our town." The curfew bell is needed and the sooner it is rung the better. Boys and girls under sixteen arc on the streets by the dozens up to ten o'- clock and after and their'parents wonder where they learn the evil they acquire and why they make such slow progress in school. Hing the bell at nine, see that its mandate is enforc- ed and not only will these evils right themselves but many others will not be learned and the boys and girls grow into brighter, stronger, more enthusiastic more intellectual men and women who will be able to take the places now occupied by their pa- rents as they must bye and and fill them in a creditable manner. Chicago, JUIIQ United Duimior vJiiark's A. TuW-lC-, of Now York arrived at the Annex late last lu'yht, having come direct from a- two day conference with William Jennings Bryan ut his farm outside of Lincoln. The purpose of this con ference has been an open political secret for some little time. As a re- sult of the talk there is pretty good ground for the belief that the Demo- cratic ticket nominated at Denver may be Bryan and Towne; Mr. Towne started out as a Repub- lican Congressman from the Duluth district of Minnesota. He made a pronounced success in the House and at the same time he was extremely popular in the district, carrying it for the Republican ticket against J. Adam Bcde, who was his Dvmoeatic opponent. Towne came from a State which vas normally for sound money, but became deeply infeci'-d with the ree coinage theories. He was one of ho Republicans who bolted the party after the adoption of the gold stand plank at the St. Louis conven- ion in He joined the silver Republican party then and voted for Bryan. Of course he lost his seat in he House, his place being filled by the same Adam Bede, who had mean- while turned Republican on the mon- ey issue. Towne filled a vacancy as Senator 'or a day or two by appointment of the Democratic Governor of .Minne Colcnmn, June correct a misprint which appeared In the last Colcmun news. The social reported was not a box but a sock social aud j Keep the children home, the men's competition not a the streets, but a darning competition. Mr. Neil, foreman in the carpenter repair shops of the 1. C. C. Co. took the train last night for High liiver where ho spead a week with friends. After working steadily for fifteen months he feels the need of a rest however short and will take it on the prairie. Keep them Taber Taber, June cool but not unpleasant .wave swept over the towr on Saturday and Sunday, nccompan led part of the time wath a drizzling ruin. -Our farmers never felt tnor "Air. CJodsdl, of Cowley, a lay rend- er of tho English Church conducted. the services in the parish church hero on Sunday night. The church was comfortably filled and Mr. Godsell's services were much appreciated by all He read one oi Canon Liddon's mas- terly sermons on .Intercession, his far-reaching voice adding much to the effect of the dis- course. Next Sunday Rev. Canon Webb be present and conduct the service in the evening at half past seven, o'clock The Sacrament of the Holy Commun- ion will be observed. As the rever- end gentleman is one of the best spea kers in the western church many will doubtless avail themselves of the op- portunity of hearing him. The Socialist announced for Sunday night was held in the gles' hall and was a decided success. jMr. Harrington, of Fernic, B.C., was prt'scut and gave n, very forcible interesting address. His words were well-chosen, his language the purest, his utterances clear-cut and crisp, his well rea soned out ad dress was of such a na- ture as to convince all present that there is much more in Socialism its opponents would have us believe. To better the conditions of the work- ing classes is indeed a noble object and now that they are seeking to at- tain their end by intellectual means only by educating the masses not on- ly to realize their present position, but the splendid possibilities Ixjfore them. We cannot but give them our sympathy. The party is rapidly growing and soon will prove itself a power in the'intellectual as well as political world and with such men as Mr. Harrington to lead them this come to pnss sooner than men think. _ liov. Mr. Murray having returned from the meetings of the grand as- sembly of the Presbyterian Church at Do You Make Postry? ___ If so, uur Royal Patent Fiour Will interest you Royoi Patent Pastry Flour H will save you 25 per cer.t in lard bills. The flour is cheaper than ordinary hard wheat Hour. Made from the bk'wliug of soft and hard wheats. Your Grocer has it now i EHison Hifig Elevator Co, Ltd, Hagrath Color, Flavor, Fragrance are the strong points of sota. After that he moved to New- York and became a Tammany Con- gressman. He has been affiliated with Bryan in close fashion ever since he left the Republicans in company with Teller, Dubois and others. Towne makes a rattling good speech and if he should hitch up with Bryan in the canvas against Taft they would make a strong team on the stump, which would compel the Republicans to keep all' their speakers busy for the whole campaign. Mr. Towne was seen at the Annex last night, but naturally refused to give any details of his conference with the Peerless leader, except to say that it was "entirely satisfactory." happy and jubilant than at present Xow a large number of productiv farms greet the eye, sprinkled every where, and thereby a very great re venue producing factor will undoubt edly Ix; added to the town's The recent heavy rains ha'v made everybody happy, and the sk of the future is studded with th shining stars of hope and promise. Town constable .J. Eastman is in "hot- these flays -in .quest of cows and horses found roaming upon streets and byways contrary to the town's ordinance, and placing them in the stray pound with charges at- tached. This is as it "should bo. V.heii ordinance is afFedted touching this or any other matter, it should cnu ic ed and not play-id with. it is said thai, "experience is :L great teacher but proves it- self A low lo have already d'imnn-itr.Ued thl; to he and will, in iln> ir.r.l against its repcr.it .rn Hishon .John Antlers on '.vis a Oi' tu Tti.ur Sunday i'o ngroeably surprised at the ngnitude "f the tow i ns a centre for il its mniii.T-.iis fine liusinos-; and j-uLlic Imildings. Also the thrift and gen- eral enterprise of her people general- CHURCH CASH REGISTERS. New York, June despatch to The Tribune from Worcester, Mass, was made to the parishioners, of St. Casirnir's Church today by the new parish pries that Bishop Beaver had refused then application to have-an auditing com mittee, but instead had ordered thai cash registers be put in the church. They will be placed at the entrance before next Sunday and then th church goers must give up their dimes at the door, paying as they enter and can see their money registered'. In this way the Bishop expects to do away with the tangles, financial and other- wise, in which the new priest found the affairs of the church on his ar- rival here a week ago. Daily Herald Market Place Wfcei you have uythhif to sell or U rett jiict it ii tbii ft'int. II ytftf use thii tor SI TO LET JULY AND AUGUST Furnished house, modern, tele phone. Apply to Box 442, Lethbridge. 162 G WANTED A clover man to do collecting and write advertisements. Must have ref eroncoij. Apply to Manager Hudson ay Co. 162-6 WANTED A capable general servant. Apply to Mrs. Frank Colpman. 159 0 FOR SALE A granifiphone, and 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! Ram Lai's Tea is sold only in Lethbridge by THE BENTLEY CO. LTD. A.L. PheeeSO P.O. Box 82 Placfe Your Orders for DRAYING ....WITH.... He addressed two large and appre- ciative audiences at tho L. S. Church. Services began at 2 3 p. m. respectively. Dr. Atken has moved his office, for- merly located south of the depot, to larger and more commodious quar- ters; opposite Front and Hall streets Mrs. Hcnjamin S..trmgham has just COUTTS NEWS Coutts, June Mary Man- tic has returned from Butto, Mont., where she wns visiting her uncle Sen- ator Lea Mantle. Now that the trails arc passable settlers are coming in rapidly. F. Deinger from Larimore, A. Oui mont from Dupuyer, Mont., S. Ander son from Merrill, _Mont., and W. E. Irvm from Croat Fulls, all passed through in tlw last, few days each inging a good equipment and fine ock with him. Carl Lein, G.N'.R. agent is in Ixsth ridge on business. Inspector Howard Tt. N. W. M. 1'., ho has been doing, duly in I-eth- ridge and Macleod for some time ist is again in charge here. F.tock men in this vicinity report ecord-breaking calf and lamb crops CATTLEMEN KILLED. Albuquerque, Lem., June M. Sailer and Edward .Jones, cattle- men, were killed in a duel last night near St. Vernal, N.M., 200 miles cast of here. The two men were neigh- bors ad quarrelled over a cittlo trade. Guns were drawn and ft rod .simultaneously. 1Mb. men were in- stantly killed. Satisfaction Guaranteed orth of records, for cash. Ap- ly Box J3-, Herald Office. 58 G PARTNERS WANTED An experienced surveyor and farm r wants to sell practical fanners part f select tract wheat land ownod by im in choicest part of Great Fertile it'll of Central Alberta. Open lands; eep rich soil; good fresh water. Good erms to the right parties. Apply at nee to Geo. De Lury, Hotel Dallas. 58 G FOR SALE A four roomed house and two lots, n North Ward, on McKay street, aud sewer being put in, close o school. Part cash, balance easy terms. Apply McKmght Bros., North 159-G WANTED DAY WORK washing or cleaning by respectable woman. Adress Mrs. K., Post Office, Lethbridge. 1GO-G SYNOPSIS OF COAL y I NINO REG- ULATIONS Coal mining rigbu ot tfce Dominica ia Manitoba, Saskatchewan, ilberU, the Yukon Territory, ihe Territories and Britiab map, be leased for a term of years at ac aceual rectal of fl acre. Not more than acrat will? be leased to one applicant. Application for a lease be made to the Agent or Bub-Afent of, the district in which the plied for are situated. In surveyed territory vhe. Uo4 ityust be described by or gal subdivisions of and. iu; tmsurveyed territory the tract appli- ed for shall be staked out. Each application must be ftceow- panied by a fee of which wilf refunded if the rights applied lor an, not available but not otherwise. A. royalty shall be paid on the aier- output of the at the ate of five cents per ton. Every lessee of coal raining vhich are not being operated shall iuruish the district Agent of Domin- ion Lauds with a sworn statement to that effect at least once in each year. The lease will include the coal mining rights only, but the leaee may be permitted to purchase whatever ivailable, surface rights may be con- sidered necessary for the working ol mine at the rate of an acre. For full information application be made to the Secretary ol he Department of the Interior, Ot awa, or any Agent or Bub-Agent oi Dominion Lando. W. W. CORY. Deputy Minister of the Interior. publication ol his advertisement will not be paid for. LOST One black mure and_oue black geld ing, roached manes, branded quarter circle G on left thigh. Suitable reward for return or information .leading to recovery. Jessup Hopkins' Camp, at No. 3. 160 G TENDERS WANTED SEALED TENDERS will be recciv eel until Tuesday noon, June 30, 1903, for the purchase and removal of the present Presbyterian church. Highest or any tender not necessarily accept- ed. For all particulars apply to A. B. Stafford, Lethbridge. 153 10 NOTICE Notice is hereby given that f. have bought the two lots on Ford street next to Sink Ki'e's Laundry. Wing Yah Chung Co. ]G2 u returned from the Lethbridge where Gait hospital at she went three weeks sinco to undergo an operation which proved to be of a very serious Winnipeg occupied his own pulpit on Sunday. Mr. Watson hns moved into his .snug new house on the third Ivcnch and is comfortable in his plea- sant home. Mr. Wilmot's-ncw house also on the third bench is rapidly nearing com- pletion and in a couple of wcclcs will be ready for occupancy. The idea of instituting the curfew hell which was Ixronched to the coun- cil some few ago seems to be meeting with favor. are glad to that the "Miner" has spoken inj nature. For Dominion Day Canadian Pacific Railway Company announce rate of fare and ens-third for th round trip. Tickets on sale Jun 29th to July 1st, inclusive, final re turn limit, July 4th. 163-J L. M. JOHNSTONE Barrister and Solicitor Office adjoining Union Bank S-ly ICE CREAM Soft Drinks Fruit and Confectionery G. W. H. REED Successors to Hadley-Roberls Co. Phone 211 his year. Arrangement for a Fourth of July elebration are benig made by the itizens of Sweet Crass. Exhibitions i roping, riding, etc., will be among he numbers on the programme and good time and a largo attendance s anticipated. The Dominion "Day sports entertaii nent committee will meet in II. Ten n ant's office on the evening of tht 27th to make the final arrangements A. E. Humphries, Immigration Offi or, came down on Saturday's train Tt is quite a long time since he wns hero and everyone was glad to see Ab. again. LffliiSBIDGE Thursday, July 2 AFTERNOON SHOW ONLY Miller Bros. 101 Wild West Show Ring Up 108 When you wjuit. DRAYING Done promptly and satisfactorily JOHN BRODIE: t I SITUATION WANTED Young Lady of 17 as General Ser vant, and by Girl of 13 as Nurse Girl. J. S. Simm, North Ward. 1G3-1 HOUSE TO RENT. Rooms, ?lij per 53 Artivlo Avenue. 1G3-0 FOR SALE saddle horse, wry quiet to Iiuod drive, four yoars hnrnoss, pood stock .siuUllti and a firs'- buggy almost Yvill sell cash. Apply A. L. Foster, or 0- 175, 1630 TO RETN Larpo furnished front rnoi.i, 3 min utfs from postonict'. Southwest cor- ner of Boinpns and Smith St. 163-1 CHINA CABINETS One of the mont artistic as well as useful articles of Household Fnrnihire. We hava them in golden oak, mahogany and early Eng- lish finish. If the poodsv suit you the prices surely will. WHEKE CASH COUNTS Broncho 1 Justing. Steer Ropeinir. Tnsh Bnll and Pony Tolo Fly Time is now here. We can do your odd work iu Screen Doors and Windows and do it as you want it. Screen Doors Screen Windows Once made to Pit your vvin- dows or doors they are good for yoars. CAR OF PLASTER OF PARTS Just Arrived We always have in stock WM. OLIVER'S PLANING MILL Office, Yards and Factory: Cor. IGlifiB iQiS Mm SHEETS Telephone 153. 1 Exshaw Portland f a family, or any male over 18 years >f age, to the extent of one-quarter ;ection of 1GO acres more or less. Application for eniry must be made in person by the applicant at a Do 'iiinion Lands Agency or Sub-Agency or the district in which the land is situate. Entry by proxy may, how :ver be made at an Agency on certain jonditions by the father, mother, son, laughter, brother or sister of an iu-- ".ending homesteader. The homesteader is required to per- form the homestead duties under ose )f the following plans: (1) At least six months' residence upon and cultivation of the land in inch year for three yeara. (2) A homesteader' may, if he so perform tlje required resi- ience duties by living on (arming land owned solely hy him, not eighty (80) acies in extent, ia ihe vicinity of his homestead. Joiat ownership of land will not meet thia .-equirement. (3) If the father (or mother, if the father is deceased) of a homesteader Mas permanent residence on farming land owned solely by him, not ICM ban eighty (80) acres in extent, in ihe vicinity of the homestead, or up- m a homestead entered for by him in the vicinity, ?uch homesteader mij perform bis own residence duties by living with father (or (4) The term "vicinity" in the two proceeding paragraphs is defined meaning not more than nine miles in .1 direct line, exclusive of the width jf road allowances crossed in the measurement. (5) A homesteader intending to perform his residence duties ia :ordance with the above while living .vith parents or on farming land own- by himself must notify the Agent for the district of such intention. Six months' notjce in writing must he given to the Commissioner ol Do- minion Lands at Ottawa, of intention o apply for patnnt. f W. W. CORY. Deputy ot the Minister of Interior. publication ol this will not be paid The Best on the Market I Western Canada benn limited 2u First-class Cafe IN HUM loiu DHUNG m Short Order Between Meals CARROLL DOYLE LOOK AT THE LABEL be sure you drink only those beverages boltlctl by the Lchtbridgc Brewing and Malting Co., Ltd. This name on a battle is a gill guar- antee that the convents are absolutely pare and clean in every respect, and that they arc the finest and best car- bonated beverages ottered for LETH BRIDGE BRE WING i MALTING COMPANY, Ltd FIXTURES, SHADES, TELEPHONES, MOTORS, Etc. McKenzie Roy ELECTRICIANS Repairs Promptly Attended to Phone 204 Night 229 Coal, Ice and I DRAYINC Western Transfer Co. LONG BROS.Proprietors Office opposite Balmoral TELEPHONE 63 41' When yon want a GOOD MEAL and want it in a luury go the Alberta Restairait Ice Cream Fresh Frait Oliver Block Phone 228 ;