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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 24, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta WIDKIIOAY, JUNE 24, till Place Your Orders for Jfe HUME Satisfaction Guaranteed PHONE 289 Twt ttca. ftiliJ jx T -a The on tfae pUoed the ftrtt QB ,the R." riadiwi WM uide jrei- finkra position, one end on and the -Fork -r June Scatter. Robert La JTollette and Beiiiof complete. The JLi tfollrtte are aaakinf rtrenwxu to tieep'BtepHeoMO out of the Senate r The open fight which IB. being made on gtephenton oooatrued that La FoDette, who ia mitily responsible for Mr. Stephea- in the Senate, Coal, Ice IbRAYlNC WesteraTnuuferCo. LONQ BROS.Propftetors 1 Office opposite Balmoral 'TELEPHON E.- 63 LETHBRIDGE LOST GAME AT MACLEOD The girders are feet one inch long, 'eight feet deep and weigh' fifteen each. f' EacbV guder was lifted froju position under the unloader plac- ed upon a small flat oar the track and run to the end of the trestle., The I. car on" which it was shipped came m wrong end first. The .hoolu were; placed on" it while two' men swung it around for end before it was placed on again. The" "traveller" being used now it a juuall affair having power on" its arm of between fifteen and twenty tons and is built on a steel car weighing about Ibe. big "traveller" that will be used 'construction of the bridge will most interesting affair. Three spans'of the Abridge have to be built by the use ot false work before the traveller'can be constructed. It wilt run ou the top of while "the cars sieel will run on the deck ot the' bridge uixferaptti '-the traveller, This machine" will feet "long over all, the ann.fcting feel long and 'the body ol 'tKe traveller 81 feet. enough to place the steel legs outride corners of the abutmeuteT? On Cither side is a seventy toot a wing to pick end'pi and peatved to break all political relations Btafhenfton men predict 'Mr. gteph- >na0n, who U 79 jrean old, will don hit; fighting eloihac orteia more. The ol the La PoUeite men here mcaii, it u said, that La Fol- lette will support either W, R. Hat ten or K K MeGoveru fpr United Stales Senator, Portly? If our Royal Patent Fkror _-_ Will yon Royal Patent Pastry Floor v U will save, you 25 per cent in lard bilk. The Hour is cheaper than ordinary hard wheat floor. Made tnm 4keblending of soft and Vour Grocer has it now Eton Einattr tt Itt ta 6 taMrtfMi SI TO LET JULY AND AUGUST Furnished house, modern, phone. Apply to Box 442, Color, Flavor, Fragrance i are the stroBg points of PULLING A LIOMV TOOTH. Uf J, I? place itiin anr position whatever. lQUn WWII SUM DUUlg boomt'has a lifting power ol Eight Strong and a Vattrinary Extract Actor. New York June relieved Veadredi of one of bib teeth yester- day at Bostoek's, Coney they beipg Dr. -Henry Amling, Jr., a "veterinary, and eight other strong men The lion, though ulcerated tooth had given him many aches re- cently, did'nt like the ordeal, and for a time snarled and scratched with all his might and main. T First a trainer noosed one of Ven.- Vlredi's legs hold of an- eventually the eight men had ropes all around the furious beast It took nearly half an hour to get Trim' secured with ropes bars and staples in the floor, and by that time the men were sweating like Sty- gian stokers. A piece of wood'was pushed between the lion's teeth for him to expend his anger on until the veterinary was ready to pull the tooth. Before tho forceps were applied a pair of pliers were thrust between the jaws to keep them apart It 'took several pulls to get the tooth out. WANTED A clever man to do collecting and Write advertisements. Ifust have ref- erenccsr Apply to Meager Hudson ay Go. or UlATftOMft Coal oiining me Manitoba, Alberts. Nortb-Weat ouy xsttr-ft leap" of M aamui-toatai el M Ko4 non will Ip OM IM a MMt bt made to .the Ifett or SJjhAyal ol I lied for aw WANTED A capable general servant. Apply to Mrs. Frank Colpman. 150-0 FOR SALE A four rooajed house and two lots, in North Ward, on street, water and sewer being.-put in, close 'to school. Part cash, balance easy terms. ;Apply McKnight Bros., North Ward., 159-6 WANTED DAY WORK washing or cleaning by respectable-' woman. Adreas" Post Office, Lethbridge. 1606 It's RIOB, CLBAll COLOR, freah PRAGRANC5E arid DE- LICIOUS FLAVOK have made it hosts of friends. Are YOU one yet? IT IS PURE! RMB. :Tea is sold oaly in Lethhridfe ky THE BENTLtY The Utfifrridge .ball team of the Crow's League met. a had been on the staff ol a Chicago newspaper. for several years. One black mare and one black gold- ing, reached manes, branded quarter circle G on left thigh. Suitable reward for return or information leading, to recovery. Jessup Hopkins' Camp at No'. 3. 1606 For the Dominion Exhibition, Cal gary, Jurte 29th to July; 3th, the Can- adian Pacific Railway Company an- nounce a rate of from Leth- bridge to Calgary and retiirn. Tickets on sale June 28th to July 7th, inclu- sive, final return limit July 13th. "'v' 163-13 SEIGNEUR; is DEAD June Frasev, Seigneur of Fraserville, died today TENDERS WANTED SEALED TENDERS will be receiv until Tuesday noon, June 30', 1908 for the purchase and removal of th present Presbyterian ehurch. Highes or -any tender not necessarily accept- ed. For'all particulars apply to A. B Stafford, Lethbridge. 158-1 t be dtaejribed al feubdiriitions ;'.of Bectiofl naunrejred territorj the tract' ed tor shall be out. Each application must be aeeoaa- panied by a fee of which will efuoded if the, rights applied for are lot available but Dot otherwise. A oyalty shall be paid on the .mer- chantable output of the mine at the ate of five cents per ton. Every bjtsee of coal mining which are cot being operated shall furnuh the district Agent of Detain- on Landa with a statement to effect at least once in each year. The lease will include the coal nining only, but the leaee may be permitted ''to purchase 'whatever available surface righU may be eon- iidered neeeiisarj for the working of the mine at the rate of an acre. For full information application. should be made to the Secretary of the Department of the Interior, Ot cawa, or any Agent or Bub-Agent of Dominion Lands. W. W. CORY, Deputy Minister, of Interior. Unauthoriied publication ot this advertisement will not be pnid for. NOTICE Notice is hereby given that I have bought the. two Jots on Ford street next to Sink Kee's L'aundry. Wing Wah Chung Co. 1626 HOUSE TO RENT. 5 Rooms, per 53 Argyle Avenue. 163-0 feet high the n girders. the Cis freighted with fifty six tons of steel raib'beeides the engines and iinnieifisef weight o at ,the start had the ap pearance of a burlesque exhibition. Lethbridge piled up ihree runs in the first innings. Then Macleod came right back in their half of the first and scored four. After that it was gilt- eiige ball untiirfhe neither team scoring until then, when Macleod ran in a burich of runs and Leihbndge added another nin; Houk caught a behind the bat. Puller in Tight field for Loth made a of a high fly m seventh, throwing home and nailing a man at the plate; The Macleod catcher threw to sec ond in big league style, throwing out a number stcalers. He was heW up on his throw-? by the second baseman who payed an excellent game throughout Macleod "has-a bunch of hitters who can certainly swat the hall some. In this particular they showed up very strong. wiiere 'Uie "bridge works jire, a few dsrya ago. gs come in fifty foot lengths and weigh from five to seven Cons Two twq-incrf ateerplates four feet square are -on. Uie" cement abutments .For Dominion Day tht Canadian Pacific Railway Company rate of and round trip. Tickets on. tale 29th to July tst, inclinrvo, final re turn limit, July 4th. IW-t Gunn esc a disc plate is placed fitting into ie curved foot of Jthe leg forming a ockei joint. The is screwed own on the bolts left in the "cement The are eight t feet deep but hen the deck' w put in will be only iree. and a half feet abuve the rails. he deck is to'- have three inside and two outside guard rails as a safe- uard against 'trains running off the rack The Brails will weigh eighty ba. to the yard. Under the girders on the first abut- ment will- be steel rollers to allow for fib 'expansion and ccwtractionT of the Bridge degree of heat. Fric- ibn T wilj be under other. girders. TheWlSTERNSTIinONEimii, be- cause of the effect of the the bridge will.be pleased. to know that" lias' been" allowance made for this.. The general allowance for wind pressure in the consirnctiohy of bridges ifa thirty pounds tg the square foot .but in the construction of this bridge there is tin. sJ16wance for a tlfty pound pressure.' It cakulated for the heaviest trains that will be carried and for the heaviest wind ever fcaown even jnV.this eouAtry. JOHNSTOWC and adjoining Umkni Bank In flfc Ippol to In fnc f vt ckmt TVpRnVmRtBL The WESTERN STATIONERY CO. Ltd. am still doing business in the same old stand-but not iivthe same old way. Qur stock today is up-to-date in all lines. it very easy to give satisfaction to all our-customers. We carry all lines of Fancy SJatixmery, also Loose Leaf Ledgers, Filing Cabinets and all other office supplies Our Printing Plant Is the most up-to-date in Southern Alberta, and you should always see our A- designs and get our prices oh Printing, Embossing, Lithographing, Engraving Rubber Stampmaking, Bookbinding etc. f FOR SALE Good saddle horse, very quiet to drive, four "years old. single harness, good stock saddle and-a first class buggy almost. new. Will sell -cheap'for cash. Apply A. JL Foster, or P. 0. Box 175, Lethbridge. 1630 WANTED A dining room girl at once, wages Apply Queen's hotel, Macleod: NO ORDER TOO SMALL NO ORDER TOO LARGE All Orders receive PROMPT attention, ani out of town orders are specially attended to We have no connection whatever with any other Printing Plant in this city. We own and operate our own Printing Plant situated on the premises. LOST, One black mare, branded RV on right slioulder. Last seen around Kipp. Had halter ph. kSuitable re- .warcl for retanx to R. Wilson, co A. McDonald Co., Lethbridge. 1W-6 BRIDGEMEN WANTED Six good bridgerncn. Apply Alberta Railway and Irrigation Company. G4-4 STRAYED A irce year old coal, black gelding, spavined on- right hind leg. A four year old black gelding, star on fore- head, one white hind foot, also wire' mark on le't -Sje. hoof. Each weighs about IbV? One- had on. Strayed from Coaldale on June 19th. reward for return to Amer- ican Farming Co., Coaldale. NOTICE Lawn mowers sharpened. Knives ground. Furniture repaired. Electric bells hung and repaired; All work called f or delivered. Satisfaction guaranteed.' Drop us a card. Magee Lamb. Adam's Boarding House.G3-6 SEALED TENDERS will be receiv- ed by the undersigned until 6 o'clock Friday, June 26, for the oration of a frame School House nt Coaldale in tho Province of Albcrca. The lowest or any tender not ne- cessarily accepted. Accompanying each tender must be a marked cheque for 10 cent, of the proposed con- tract. Plans and specifications miy be soon at my office, Room 0 Whitney Block. F. B. ROT.FSON, 163-4 Architect. SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN. NORTH- WEST HOMESTEAD REGU- LATIONS Any even numbered section of Do- minion lands in Manitoba, Saskatch- ewan and Alberta, excepting 8 and 26, not reserved, may be homeatead- by any person who sole head of a family, or any male over 18 years of L age, to the extent of one-quarter.. section of 160 acres more or less. Application for eniry must be 'made in person by ..the applicant at aiinjon Lands Agency or tor the district in which the land is 'iituate. Entry by proxy: may, how ever be made at an Agency on certain conditions by the father, mother, son, daughter, brother or sister of-an in- tending homesteader. The homesteader is required to per- form the homestead duties under one pf the following plans: (1) At least six months' residence upon and cultivation of the land in for three years. (2) A j if he so desires, -perfprra the required dence duties; by living on farming land owned solely hy him, not loss than eighty in extent, ia the vicinity of his homestead. Joiit 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 (80) acres in extent, in the vicinity of the homestead, or up- on a homestead entered for by him in the Ticinity, such homesteader mpf perform his own residence, duties by living with father (or (4) The term "vicinity" in the two pr'eceeding paragraphs is defined aa 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 perform his residence duties in. ac- cordance with the above while living with parents or on farming land own- ed by himself must notify the Agent for the district of such intention. Six months' in writing must >e given to the Commissioner of Do- ninion Lands at Ottawa, of intention o apply for patent. W. CORY." Deputy of the Minister of the Interior. publication ol liis advertisement will not be paid fir. LETHBilDGC ALBERTA TENDERS WANTED SEALED TENDERS will be receiv cd by the undersigned until 5 o'clock Monday, June 29, for the erection o a brick store and office building Lethbridge, Province of Alberta, fo A. B. Stafford of Lethbridge. The lowest or" any tender not ne cessarily accepted. Accompanying eac tender mxist be a marked cheque fo prr cent, of the proposed amoun of contract, cheque to be retained un til successful contractor enters into j an agreement with itie owner and giv- ing satisfactory bond. Plans and specifications may be seen at my office, Room 9 Whitney Rlock. F. B. ROLFSON, IG3-4 Architect. First-class Cafe TUU urn HMKP MM Hlllh BWIH in mm Sfctrt Order Between Meals CARROLL DOYLE When you want a GOOD, MEAL and want it in a huiry go the Mkrta kstamt Ice Cream Fresh Frail Oliver Block Phone 228 >MMMMMMMMMf ;