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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 30, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta ALTA TUtlDAY, Brand Garments are designed by one of the highest priced artists in the country, and made by die best-paid tailors in Canada. No wonder Progress Brand Clothing looks so well and holds its shape so long 1 Progress Brand a Sold and Guaranteed by WcKELVIE, McGUIRE. Ladies' Tailored Garments made to Order and Measure Itt.lkirto, Cob, StyJea, Correct Fitting, limt Material, New and Exduiiive-Dwigitt Two GanMots Alike. UMU- nuMd Woritaamhip. Low Pricw Weekly or Monthly PajmwiU If you to be utylinbly and cor- rectly go wrne to MM. CIRCUS ON THURSDAY If any young man in this commun- ity is looking for a pretty wife, who is independently wealthy, let him be- take himself to the Indian village of the 101 Ranch Wild West Show, when it appears here next Thursday, July 2. There he will find a dozen wig- wam belles'of the Osage nation, ev- ery one of whom has taken a solemn oath to marry only a white man, and every one of whom is educated in those essentials that go to the making of good wives and housekeep- ers. Their sole ambition is to have a happy home. And provide the home. All the other party to the nuptial compact has to furnish is the happiness. Only those who know how to corn, and are handy with cattle need alwayr be welcomed to Coleman and as he becomes tetter known his visits will be more and more eagerly looked forward to. Kelly and Murphy, the painters wid, decorators who arc painting the Min- ers' Hall and Ojiora House are re- ceiving uij sorts of pniiso for thoir work. They ure indeed and the simplest design after it has left their huntls, presents an appearance of beauty while the, grand frewo work and scroll paintings on tho walls and stage paintings prove them to be worthy Of all that can be said ia their favor. .They intend remain- ing in Coleman where there is at pre- sent at least, all the work they want. Yesterday (Sunday) was the day chosen hy the Oddfellows upon which to decorate tho graves of their de- Parted comrades and right nobly did the brethren of Coleman lodge res- pond to the call. About three o'- clock they met in a body their hall where they clothed Ia official regalia and lined up, headed by the bund. Thence they proceeded to the cemetery upon the mountain side. Arrived there they encircled man, and get'a revenue from this the gravc of thcir departed fellow alone which amounts to a year mcmbcr. the band on one side. At or each them. man, woman and child of Coleman n signal from the N. G., Mr. D. U Stafford, the latter rendered iba grand old hymn "Nearer My Cod U luter which the chaplain, Mr Edward Holmes invoked the JJiviuc blessing. The hymn "Lead was then sung by all (h members, led by It. N. G., }fr. Each brother mardi'ed sVw tile Co., met with a very painful and iy past layjng his floral 'curious accident a few days since. tho grave in regular order the thrc While backing up to one house at in fiowers at both th which ho was to deliver goods he head and foot. This done, tho N. was caught by the clothes line and Mr. Stafford, delivered the bc-autifu thrown violently to the ground and Address prescribed by the order momentarily stunned. He has been delivered over so many graves Coleman, June Percy Wil-' mot, driver for the Coleman Mercan- pOrter, unable to work since but expects to bo all right in a few days. M. Hill. returned similar- occasions in the past unf 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 lesives, perform the required resi- ieiice duties by living on farming rand owned solely hy him, not lisa han eighty (80) ucies in extent, ia vicinity of his homestead. Joint iwnership of land will not meet thU requirement. (3) If the father (or mother, if the ather is deceased) ol a homesteader ias permanent residence on farming and owned solely by him, not lesa .ban eighty (80) acres in extent, in .he vicinity of the homestead, or up- >n a homestead entered for by him in r-he Ticinity, such homesteader may perform his own residence duties by living with ihe father (or (4) The term "vicinity" in the two proceeding paragraphs ia defined as rncaning not more than nine miles in i direct line, exclusive of the width road allowances crossed in the (5) A homesteader intending to perform his residence duties in ac- cordance 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' notice in writing must be given to the Commissioner of Do- minion Lands at Ottawa, of intention apply for patent. W. W. CORY. Deputy of the Minister of Interior. publication o! this advertisement will not be paid Satisfaction Guaranteed J PHONE 289 First-class Cafe TN TUU Mill eiNIHG Kfll Short Order Between Meals CARROLL DOYLE Ring Up 108 When yon want DRAYING Done promptly and satisfactorily JOHN BRODIE MM ;