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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 26, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta .-.rx kCTHtRIDOt, ALTA FRIDAY, JUNE III! HVt If you dress to inii.-ihe weather. Thif U muslin weather, and this week end Iftdics will the op- portunity of purchasing totue of the cLoicett Fancy Drcu Muslins in at 20 per cent below tho regular gelling prices. All new goods tbit in ruiety o( weaves, patterns and range Regular 12k; for 17k 20c 30c :w 40c 60c lOc 14c 16c 24c 32c 48c Udies Waist Savings 50 White Lawn Waists in black, white uilk and colors will be offered at special reductions thin week. Here are a few prices: LAWN Regular for 1.50 1.75 2.00 2.25 SILK Regular for 3.50 4.00 4.50 5.00 a .85 .85 1.25 1.40 1.75 2.25 2.50 3.00 3.25 3.75 SERWCE BILL AT 0TIAWA J. BROWN CO. LTD. Ottawa, .June Commons spent nearly tho whole of today in u debute on the civil service bill which was presented in a clear cog- ent iimauer llou, Sydney Fisher. Xo serious objection was taken to any of the clauses of the bill by the Opposition and the course ol the dis- cussion demonstrated the fact tiiat iti the new provisions for non-parti- san und etticieut civil service the go- vernment inaugurated a radical and well conceived measure of reform. Ono important amendment offered by ilr. Fisher provides that the two commissioners who will have super vision of all appointments to and promotions in the service, shall be on the same footing as the auditor 1 general with regard to independent tenure of office during good behavior. They can be removed from office only by vote of parliament. During the morning sitting Mr. Tur rill, drew attention to the Conserv.u- tivo campaign pamphlet which was being by thousands to the electors and which contained a speech by Hon. Goo. E. Foster, misrepre- senting in a most unfair manner the facts in. connection with tho govern- ment disposal of the timber lands of he west. Mr. TurrilT quoting from he evidence before the public ac- counts committee showed that the tatemcnts made by Mr. Foster were altered.; three com- wuicli reported on tho ;onditions of the civil service had agreeti .upon the general principles in- cluding the appointing of un imle- commiBsion and oucn rnmpn- titive "examination and he expressed confidence that the measure would itself to the approval of those who had given ihe thought. 'Mr. Fisher said represen- tations had been made to Lim since he introduced the bill by the civil service association in fuvor of higher salaries. That, he explained, was a matter for temporary, treatment, and was not to be dealt with in this. The new bill will bring un iucreaso- salaries to many now cramped in that way b.ut who would not under the present act be eligible for ns. The bill would alTect about 300 pel-sous, Tn the present "in- side service" and ,800 doing similar work at Ottawa in tho outside ser- vice. Dealing with the commission, Hon. Mr. Fisher said that it was the intention that one member should be French speaking, and the other Eng- lish speaking. He could not under- stand how any government could have taken any other view tit any time. Mr. Foster asked what became of successful candidates Ml over after all the offices were filled, lir. Fish- fir replied that they would be given temporary employment ur.-J would be JgiuTe for the next permanent ap- ointments open. We alwftyt have ift stock Exshaw ?_ GROWS NEST Situated on the boundary between Alberta and British Col- umbia and on the summit of the Rocky Mountains. The Resort of the Crow's Nest Pass Excellent hunting, fishing, boating etc. Everything for tourists comfort and pleasure. Saddle horses and guides provided. Good Picnic Grounds Free. Dancing Hall. Spend your vacation at Nest. First-class accomino- datioti at the SUMMIT HOTEL lite art ip GOOD, Proprietor absolutely untrue, yet the party ap- parently paid attention to the facts so long as campaign literature was concerned. Mr. Turriff thought that a different attitude might per- haps.-be expected from Mr. Borden. but to Mr. Foster no one looked for any display of fairness. The senti- ment was loudly cheered by the Lib- eral members of the House. Hon. Sydney Fisher, in moving the second reading of the civil, service bill in the House today gave.the his- tory of ciV'il service reform. Mr. Fisher said that so far as it had been possible he had followed in t.he civil service the British system 1 departing from it only when a depar ture from the -items was necessary reason of difference between tho ale and the now countries. He-proceeded io review the bistor of the civil service in Canada ainc passage .of the first civil servic itct in 1857. Tn that time the salaries had not The Best ot tiu Market Weitera Curt WWs yss have isytsJSf is idl sr tsrcsisUce His tMs cstosM. if wsst this tor SI NOTICC Lawn mowers sharpened. Kriitea ground. Furniture repaired. Electric bells hung and repajrefl. All work called for and delivered. Satisfaction ]guaranteed. Drop us a card. Magee Lamb, Adam's Eosrding JIouse.S3-6 WANTED A clever man to do collecting and write advertisements. Must have ref- erences. Apply to Manager Hudson ay Co. 162-6 WANTED A capable genoral servant. Apply to Mrs. Frank Colpman. 159 0 TENDERS For TENDERS WANTED SEALED TENDERS will be receiv- ed until Tuesday noon, June 30, 1908, for the purchase and removal of the present Presbyterian ehurch. Highest or any tender not necessarily accept- ed. For all particulars apply to A. B. Stafford, Lethbridge. 158-101 SEALED TENDERS will be re- ceived by the undersigned up to and including July 2nd, at Lethbridge Hotel, Lethbridge, Alta., for cubic yards (27 cubic feet) of gravel lor use in concrete walks.. For particu- lers apply to City Engineer, Leth- bridge. Gravel must be approved of by the city engineer. BATCHELOR, MARSHALL 164-6 8KARIN. MONTANA'S OLDEST CITIZEN Henry Pauliner, known to all old imers of this .district as "Uncle Har- died at Kalwpell cm Thursday ast, says the Western News of Libby. At the time of his death he was an ninate of the county poor farm and iad been there for several years. Be- ore going there he was a resident of .ind for the 10 years or so be- fore being taken to the farm called ihis his home. At the time of his death he was 104 years old. He was probably the oldesi man in Montai'a. WESTERN REAL ESTATE DEALERS Winnipeg, Man., June meeting of the Winnipeg Real Estat association held today it was unan imously decided to form a Westeri Real Estate Association. Picture Framing TENDERS WANTED NOTICE Notice is hereby given that I have bought the two lots on Ford ni'xt to Sink Kee's Laundry. Wah Chung Co. street SEALED TENDERS will be receiv- ed by the undersigned until G o'clock Friday, June 2fi, for the erection of a frame School House at Coaldale in the Province of Alberta.. The lowest or any tender not ne- Icessarily accepted. Accompanying each FOR SALE Good saddle horse, very quiet to j tender must be a marked cheque lor 162 6 iQ per cent, o! the proposed con- tract: Plans and specifications may be seen at my office, Room 9 Whitney drivp, four years old. Also single Block. harness, good stock saddle and a first j class buggy almost new. Will sell 163-4 cheap for cash. Apply A. L, or P. 0. Box 175, Lethbridge. 163 0 F. B. ROLFSON, Architect. TENDERS WANTED I have a modern picture framing outfit and a stock of mouldings. WANTED j A dining room girl at once, wages Apply Queen's hotel, Macleorl.'j 165 5 SEALED TENDERS will be receiv- ed by the undersigned until 5 o'clock Monday, June 29, for the erection of a brick store and office building at j Lethbridge, Province of Alberta, for A. B. Stafford of Lethbridge. The lowest or any tender not ne- cessarily accepted. Accompanying eachr on. Suitable re- tender muat be a marked cheque jor' 11. Wilson, co A. 5 cent of the amount L. M. .JOHNSTONS Barrister and Solicitor Office adjoining Union Bank. teth bridge. 2S-lyr W. W. Handford THE PHOTOGRAPHER LOST One black mare, branded RV on right shoulder. Last seen around Kipp. Had halter ward for return to it. wiisoii, cu A. 5 cent of the proposed McDonald Co., Lethbridge. IG-i-G Q{ contract> cncque to be retained un- jtil successful contractor enters into BRIDGEMEN WANTED i an agreement with the owner and giv- Six yood bridge-men. Apply Alberta jng satisfactory bond. Railway and'Irrigation Company. 64-4 i amj specifications may be seen at my office, Room 9 Whitney AMERICANS TAKE NOTICE i A meeting will be held in the City Hall Saturday even- ing at 8.30 p.m. to make ar- rangements for transporta- tion, etc., to Calgary on July 4th. The Dominion of Can- ada has invited us to cele- brate in our own .old fashion- ed way, the Fourth of July at Calgary. A wide awake Yankee com- mittee have taken charge of the Dominion Fair program for this day. and a royal cel- ebration is anticipated..' Iowa State band will ba there to. help will be a New York firm on the grounds to shoot off the fire- the neighboring towns are taking all we need to make it quite complete is you. Lethbridge Yankees come to the .this meeting and show, your pa- triotism and appreciation of the generosity of your adopt- ed country in giving you this opportunity to celebrate your native country's birthday. Remember is to be held in the City Hall on Saturday evening at 1.30 and we want you to attend. Committee. HORSE RUSTLERS BUSY sttlers in Macleod District 'Are Suf- fering Losses Macleod, June is reported icrc that Blake and Miles, well :nown ranchers, on the north fork o lie Old Man river, had a valuable team of horses stolen from thei stable one night last week. No trac whatever has been found. Paisley, a Porcupine Hill .settler had a valuable horse taken from his bunch a day or two .ago. For some time past that part of the country has been without police protection owing to the scarcity of men _at the division headquarters at "Macleod, and it is thought that, knowing this, rustlers are beginning to take advantage of the present opportunity. There'is talk of the settlers organ izing a vigilance committee, and il that move is made rustlers can look for mischief ahead. STRAYED Block. A three year old coal black gelding, spavined on right hind leg. A four; 153.4 ci.l black gelding, star on fore- head, one white hind foot, also wire mark on le't fore hoof. Each weighs about Ibs. One had a halter on. Strayed from Coaldale on Juno 19th. reward for return to Amcr-j J ican Fanning Coaldale. F. B. ROLFSON, Architect. TheMMRTIONERYClUTD. Stock-Toking sole We are overstocked in a great many lines and MUST SELL a Great Number of Stationery Lines at COST. We miist have room for our New Stock. Just a few of the articles in our Store for Sale at Bargain Prices: WANTED "First class stenographers No oth- ers need apply." That is the vay business men express their wants. Are you up to this standard. Don't be contented to remain at the bot torn, while better trained men and women are steadily and .constantly advancing into positions of trust and good salaries. A correspondence course, with a school that teaches the best system in the best" way will make you equal to, and probably bet- ter, than the best ol them. The Pro- vincial School of Phonography, Cal- SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST HOMESTEAD REGU- LATIONS Any. even section of minion lands in Manitoba, Saskatch- ewan and Alberta, excepting 8 and 26, not reserved, may be homestead- ed by any person who is the sole head f a family, or any male over 18 years f age, to the extent of one-quarter ection of 160 acres more or less. Application for eniry must be made n person by the applicant at a Do- minion Lands Agency or Sub-Agency the district in which the land is ituate. Entry by proxy may, how :ver be made at an Agency on certain gary, Alberta. 165-2 FOR SALE Two lots in North Ward on Niven tract. Price' each, terms asy. Apply to E. T. McGregor, offi ce P. 0. Block or Box 337, Lethbridge Vita. CHARGED WITH MURDER June formal ctiarge of murdering Mrs. Mary Mor- rison at Hazlemere, has been prefer red against John Jenkins, mulatto, and when he was brought before Ma- gistrate Pittenreidh at New Westmin- ster ho was remanded for eight days. Filing Cases Leather Pocket Books Wire Letter Fancy Stationery Note Books A large selection of Ink Wells and Ink Stands Papeteries Stylo Ink Pencils and Foun- tain Pens Wire Waste Paper Baskets All kinds of Rulers Rubber Stamp Holders All Picture Post Cards, usual price each These are good artistic suitable for framing And other articles too nu- merous to mention WANTED A HOUSEKEEPER. Apply to Post offir-e Box 213, Lethbridge, Alta. G6 HOUSE TO RENT Eight roomed house, water and sew cr. electric light. Centrally locatct Apply Herald Office. GG- STRAYED Ono bay horse, branded J. A. on left shoulder, and one bald face black, with white stockings, branded K on right shoulder, and lazy S on left thigh. A reward of will be given for any information to recover same. W. M. Rebor, Luthbridgo, 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 of the followir-g plans: (1) At least six months' residence upon and cultivation of the land in each year for three years. (2) A homesteader may, if he desires, perform required resi- dence duties by living on farming land owned solely by him, not low than eighty. (80) aciea in extent, ia the vicinity of his homestead. Joint ownership of land will not meet this requirement. (3) If the father (or mother, i! the father is deceased) of a homesteader has permanent residence on farming land owned solely by him, not lesa than eighty (80) acres in extent, in the vicinity of the homestead, or up- on a homestead entered for by him ID the Ticinity, such homesteader perform his own residence duties by Alta. IGfiG For the Dominion Exhibition, gsry, June 19th to July 9th, the Can- adian Pacific Railway Company an- k nMjnee a rate of from Leth- i bridge to and return. Tickets A few of the farmers give consider- T i T mi, on sale June 2Rth to July 7th, mclu- ablc attention to dairying. The coun- s ve. fina return imit July 13th. try is well suited to this branch farming. of You will never have another opportunity to purchase Stationery and Office Supplies at such prices as we are offering now. TENDERS WANTED SEALED TENDERS will be receiv by the undersigned until 4 o'clock Monday. June 20, for repairs required at the Lothbridge School buildings. Specifications may he seen at my office Room 9, Whitney Blk. G5-3 F. B. ROLFSON. Architect. Unloading Another Car We are opening np these goods M quickly M poMible. By Monday wd-viU be in a position to show the new lines. Come prepared for Economy of management makes rock bottom prices. The Tnrpin Ftinutqce Co. COMPLETE HOUSE FURNISHERS Don't forget our Printing Plant is now situated on the premises. NO ORDER TOO SMALL NO ORDER TOO LARGE_____ ItaWESTtRNSTMERKCOAlO. LETHBRIDGE ALBERTA L etktriJge Dai? HeraU E f errkWy rettk. T toe tW afcertaoMrfs. Heidi ereryWy's Beets, B ml MWSJ paf R ear J Mf s, I rterestist fatora, D efidlf Ml BsTSMfS. CettWbiljHenU, tki, ery eretitf aHyeaei! living with the father (or (4) The term "vicinity" in the two proceeding is defined meaning not more than nine in a direct line, exclusive of the width of road allowances crossed in the measurement. (5) A homesteader intending to perform his residence duties in ac- cordance with the above while living with parents or on {arming land own- ed by himself must notify the Agent for the district of such intention. Six months' notice in writing must be given to the Commissioner ol Do- minion Lands at Ottawa, of intention to apply for patent. W. W. CORY. Deputy of the Minister of Interior. publication ol this advertisement will not be paid for. H and sibscriffoi pay, verrtve my Wp tfcat way. R tti tie paper n ytor Afocate k as JM nan. D eserres lW favtr it has Met, First-class Cafe TIKI MTtt Start Order BetwttR Metis CARROLL DOYLE ;