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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 6, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta ESTABLISHED IN THE UION OF KINO WILLIAM IV. Have the largest Sole of any high-grade Tea in the World SOLD ONLV IN STALED TINS IN fi.I A 3lb 50c., 60c. and per Ib. SttD ONLY IN A 3ib SIZES Exclusive Agents: The Bentley Company Limited, Lethbridge TELEPHONE 33 Prompt Delivery: 4 M 4 GAVE MONEY AWAY ON WEDDING DAY New York, March Annie M. 'Weightinr.n, who signalized her marriage yesterday to Frederick Courtlandt Penfield of this city, by giving away to relatives and public institutions, is flne of the richest women in America. She still lias upwards of Mrs. Penfield's father was William Weightman, of Philadelphia, head of the chemical firm of Weight- man, who amassed a vast fortune. She married It. J. C. Walker, a law- yer. Weightman outlived two sons and his son-in-law. Mr. Walker, arid left a will making big daughter sole heir to his estate. In June, 1905, Mrs. Jones Wiater, a .daughter-in-law of William Weight- man, begaira.fight to obtain a share of the Weightman fortune for her daughters. The petition set up that Mr. Weightman, weakened physically and been' influenced unduly by Mrs. Walker at the time not own a Reliable Watch A time piece which cannot be will hnvc charge of all the company's intorv.sts in Japnn and China. WE DEMONSTRATE Every day of the year the astonishing money saving pou- sibilities of. doinjr on a basin Come and inTcatigate, Don't take our word for it. The Turpin Furniture Co. It wan with the knowledge of these things, together with indisputable ev- idence of English press ttnd personal conversation with prominent men in. this country, who bad heard Mr.. Gnnthony. and spoke of-him in the highest terms 'to us, that induc- ed Mr. Cosgrovc and mj'solf-to con.? sidcr the proposition of handling Mr. Ganthony through ;this territory, at great risk, and, under, a very haavy. gaarjinteo, believing RR wo such an undertaking, would recom- mend itsulf to the theatre portions of the Canadian west, who would be offered a class of that would bo a treat to thoM desiring a high-class performance. Through' dispute between 3Ir. Ganthony and his manager at the last moment the company changed without our knowledge, nor was Mr. Cosgrovc or myself aware of this change until they, had rvach.- cd Alberta, and the attraction, already advanced some of Mr. who believed at the time he was advancing them that wan ahead of one of ithv English concert that bad cr visited the and everything that wns done by him In the'best of falib, That any of your theatre patrons were disappointed, was disappoint- ment to us. but to thera it naaant i only the loss of a dollar or two, while to us it meant thr. lose of hun- dreds of dollars, with perhaps, the risk of our which is worth more to us than.we could ex- pect from the profits of many thony attractions, for as you know, that I. as secretary of. Western Canada Hooking Bureau, have means of booking all the best at tractions in your town this HWMIOB, hut that Mr, Cosgrove and have been financially responsible in the way of large tfuarantees for nearly all of -the that have vi- sited the West this season, including Mrs. Fiflke. Bbnnte Briar Bush, Wfc Are King, .Juvenile Bostonians, gar Prince Co..'and many in which have shared largely in LS G. H. Johnston's Gentlemen, did you know we had one of the largest and best stocks of Hats in the city. hare only, twenty more days in the present stand and have to erery hat on hand. We will offerf genuine bargains from now on. The very newest shapes and best makes are we talk about. See as Sateday HATS WE, Gray Ftdora's, J. B. Stetson's Pony Hats, ChritttM, at Crush Hats, at Overalls, for......................85c J. R nextrs corner in fard, Ifeptirins; of boeftt and farming bf il Elfhr Or- ladies' Im Department 100 Yds. fint quality in white cream and pink. An early call will fet Ihifl. lor 50c M quality navy warranted fact color, for, per haw, cat pp ribbons in bunchw, of color or 5c Panama Cloth We haviv material, oo well known' for iu wearing qualities in cardinal, elate and brown. Saturday Infants' light and navy blue ground, and fan- cy; spot and check pat: teruH, 90C-65C Goto Johnston's First How about that parasol you were thinking of getting? You know John- ston has some real beauties. In a case like this, too, first choice is preferable and at present we have the prices which are just right Why not come in and have one set aside? r WANTED A REPRESENTATIVE in every district of A genuine busi- ness proposition which -K-ill net you from to per day.' This is no catch ad. For particulars ad- dress, Accountant, Box 5, Pincher Creek, Alta. WANTED WANTED TO RENT a saall cottage or rooms. Apply 'W., Herald Office. 724) FOR SALE CHEAP I GO ACRES, all half mile good stream, good houso and ourouildings. For particulars, apply H-.A.Y., Lethbridge AUa. 72-0-0 SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING REG- ULATIONS Coal mining rights of tne Dominion in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, the Yukon Territory, the North-West Territories and British ColuirrDia, may. ba leased for a term of tvrentysjne years at an annual rc-rital or an acre. Not more than acres Trill he leased to one applicant. Application for a lease must made to the Agent or Sub-Agent of the district in which the rights ap- plied for arc situated. in surveyed territory the land muf-i be described by sections, or.le- gal subdivisions of sections, and in territory the. tract ed for shall be staked out. Each must be panied by a fee of which win be refunded if the rights applied for are not available but not othtrwisa, A roynliy shall be paid on the iner- ohantablci output'of the mine the of five cents per ton. Every of cosl mining which are not being operated tkull furnish the district Agent of Domin- ion Lands with a sworn statement to that effect at least once in each year. The lease will include f.fcs coal mining rights only, but the lesee may be permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may be con- sidered necessary for the working of the mine at the rate of an acre. For full information application should be made to the Secretary oi the Department of the Interior, Uwa, or any Agent or Sub-Agent of Dominion; Lands. ;.v w; W.CORY, .j Deputy Minister of the Interior.- thit will W ;