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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 14, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta RIDGWAYSJIEAS OYAL TEAS RIDGWAYS TEAS :3 ESTABLISHED IN THE lEICN OF KING WILLIAM IV. -T- 1 Have the largest Sale of any high-grade Tea in the World iOU> m SCAlfOTtW M XI. ft. I A 3 fc and per Ib. Exclusive Agents: The Bentley Company Limited, Lethbridge Prompt Delivery 4 Of Interest to aaaaaaaKa EVEN1NU FROCKS In the frocks the plain and. clinging effects 11 re sought'after. A The general silhouette must be long 'and slender. "_.. The sheer 'stuh'B are still, in mqny put'into the waistband with considerable 'fulness, the responsibil- :ity of drugging' them down-in the proper- lines being intrusted to -heavy 'bottom trimmings. The underskirt' or foundation, must rbe in soft satin or silk, cut and fttt- 'cd in Ihc approved sheath-.skirt fa- fthion.xso Ihat.tSie (sheer stuff will as- the proper fold when weighed. 'THE BELT At belt should not be.too deep and a tall, slender person is usually long waisted and the deep belt gives''a -sort" of grotesque- length to the waist line. A .small-person cannot wear ahe deep girdle belt for the dividing 'line is completely out of harmony Axvith the rest of About only time a deep belt" can be" worn is-when dress of chiffon is worn and the girdle belt has the appearance-of part of the {COHtume and no harsh" outlines are ..A one and-one-half inch JJAKJ2D 1JKEAD CltUMBS stale breadcrumbs in water, press 'but-thc care not to get them too dry. three on- ions (up into small pieces, add salt and- pepper with the onions to the breadcrumbs, 'and stir in three spoonfuls "of good drippings. Turn into a pudding dish and buke until done all through. Serve as a vege- table with roast or broiled meat. HUTTEHSCOTCH Wot a pound of brown sugar with .a half-pint 'of cold .water and two taljlespoonsful 'oi vinegar. "Cook all together for ten minutes add four tablespoonfuis of butter1' and boil un- til a littlek burdens in cold 1'our into 'buttered and ns it squares. young bdy fresh from the East, and a rather mixed company, in re- gard to what should constitute the conduct of JL that wished to bei'considered a gentleman. Event- ually they arrived at the subject of tobacco when the young lady ex- claimed: "Well, no gentleman chews but a small, rather unkempt individual with fingers that were not always kept too clear of his neighbor's horses and cattle, spoke so rapidly, snapping out "I does." The discussion naturally dropped in deadly silence for there was "Nuff Thoughts on the subject varied but .not expressed. Has the question ever been satisfac- torily answered? It is the point of view that is i -tgain tripping us up and constantly j changing our focus when once ar- ranged, and many instances will crop up of. these differences of opinion, for, what seems fit and right from one'point of view is difficult of com- prehension from another, and yet the logic of each may seem unassailable, vide' Johnny's case at school. Johnny went to school very diity andjinkumpt, the teacher acutely. So one Johnny was MAPLE FUDGtl' IJreak a.pound of maple" syrup into bits and stir into of milk. Bring it to a boil, add a tablespoon- ful of butter and cook it until a lit- tlo, dropped "unto cold water is brit- tle; then take from the lire and beat 1 until iL begins to 'granulate. Pour 'is neatest and some can wear the one ,vaiic- v' i IIILU crtriisH-vi belt., A'cry, large women, should j "avoid a'belt entirely, when possible, having .the waist made to come over .one is.wearing a costume. .If 7i shirt -waistris worn the belt should, be nar- row-and well drawn down Jn front. .The large, woman will find the belt to-advantage than a bait for-with it she can adjust -the, belt in the exact place when wanted, v UOCKS. One and one-half cups of sugar, one cup of melted butter, three eggs beat en light, ona teaspoouful of soda dis- solved in boll ing two! and one-half cups of iiour, one "ten-spoonful of allspice, one teuspoonful of cinnamon, three-quar- ters of a pound of dates bxi.t not too fine, three-quarters of a pound of .English walnuts, jnix well and bake in sheet pans, dropping on- ly a teaspoonful of dough in dots on the pan.- today precludes any extensive gyra- tions over a given period" of, land- scape. CYPRESS HILL'S TIMBER a note to his pa and ma slating that Johnny must be sent to school cleaner and should have a bath, as he smelted. The next day returned in the samp state with a note' from the parents -which read as follows: Johnny ain't no rose don't go to he goes to, school to be learned." Argument is sometimes a time. Afany'do not believe in evolution, but-surely Alberta has evolved in Steps to Taken to Prevent the De- struction That is Alleged to Be Taking Place 'The Maple Creek Signal says: "The, rapid destruction of timlwr in the Cypress. Hills has in tho past given, rise to much discussion, and var- ious means have been suggested from time'both.by the residents of the hills and our public bodies the best by which the cutting of timber would be cur- tailed. t f "We do not suppose anyone desir- es to see Hills denuded altogether of its gimving timber, which in a.-few years 'will be exceedingly' valuable and the total loss of which would, necessarily 'impose a very heavy expense upon the future settler. understand the of the Interior, has, owing to complaints received decided" to tab1 >ieps with a view to preventing as much as pos- sible the destruction lli.it is alleged "lo hs "taking placj ainoiij; the timber hi the hills." 111 i i i i i H-t i i 11 i i 111 ill 111 Hilt Hi i I i 111 i i 11 Most People can earn Money X. but many fall to place it where it is both safe and profitable ANCHOR YOUR SAVINGS TO MOTHER EARTH North Ward Lots, 2 Blocks from School, each down and a month. Get some while they last t'l-H'fllOf Post Office Block Phone SO HH-H H U M 11 I Mil I I-1 I III 1 I 111 II IHH-f-M-H eggs, one cup 01 cups of "sugar, one cup oi raisins or dates chopped, one and ___ teaspoons "of cinnamon own changed'most cloves, one teaspoon of soda sifted in the flour, Hour enough t drop. Hake on buttered tins in a quick oven. Afakc about.size of wal- nut. Southern .nee on in plenty of water, boil hard for fifteen minutes, then put in nml lot cold water run through it, on and slemn for one hour in double boiler. Every grain i.s separate cooked this "way.' Cream for of white .SURDi, two 'cups of witter, "one egg-spoon cream of tartar..one -des- of vs'BlIa. Hoiik until materially- in '30 -years, with man {0 K-Iping- it from the.age of HEHHII-IEiTlieWII MEALS-25C- ncr week. MEAL J. 31, REDDING 4- -Cor. Smith Hi Clear; -Havana Cigars Brands Alberta's Pride. Lethbridfe Belle, Havana Smoker, Our Pride., Special brands made Manufactured by T. W. HANRAHAN ,52-0 Strictly Union Made NOTICE TO CREDITORS In WANT ADS JOc, one Insertion. G Insertions 91'.00 WANTED WANTED TO RENT a small cottage or rooms. Apply W., Herald Office. 72-0 FOR SALE CHEAP 160 acres all fenced, half mile front- e oh good stream, good house and outbuildings. .For apply H.A.Y., Lethbridge, Alta. .72 0 0 "TOR SALE-OR RENT THREE sale price, down, balance. per month. Geo. Peacock, Stafford Village, Lethbridge. 75-6 drops will tilmpst'kecp their shape in 'then pour into a bowl rind stir until, ".Pour into n platter and knead into u .soft dough using icing sugar fxs Hour. Holl in to bulls.1 pressing half ix walnut in take tlie stones out of dates and fill with the cream. Wken Tr Be "ffigfa-Tboefl "Was a Bar To Society (E. :N. of Cardston, in Edmonton Saturday Ntwi.) the In times gone by on the range an Lassumption tof individual or set was next door to impossible, especially, if the. one assuming', the L superiority did not vwigh to be left strictly to his or her own" devices, to live entirely 'alone, .-for shelter were scarce in weather any, port in a storm "was, good and to be quarrelled -with. When in diffi- culty it is more healthy to pull the ban down to the coral and enter. 80 travellers of all sorts were cbm- pelled to make use of their neighbors whether they were considered suffici- ently high toned or not, and, caught in a storm, it was a case oi ing till it was .over." To be too iiculaf meant pain'or death, and caste- with .us is not, "as cast, iron as with the "Hindoo. The Anglo Saxon's caste falls off him when atTtiction bites, being of a more pracfic.il na- ture and more careful of himSclf. You and 'aughty when Hoating high but it is not as easy when" just about'.to drown. Being high toned or too high, toned in old days was 'a distinct bar to an entrance into ordinary society and social distinctions" w'ere tabooed, and, as Mark Twain would tell us, "Being too good means that, you'll be very Too much "caste dead- ly "lo rapid .progress -as the" compen- sation balance comes in once more. Discussion would sometimes come in or arise upon these matters and the buffalo to the age of Alberta Bed. Jt was but 30 years when all -was in its lontjsomrness except for the buffalo, that a banad-of hunters was overtaken by winter, a hard winter, on the Milk river somewhere south of Raymond or Mugrath had "to dig themselves a hole in the ground j for a house, staying there' for several months and subsisting on meat straight...the last p.'irt of the time on! wolf me.'tt, the buffalo having goriej This .wolf meat bet' boiled to gc-t .rid of the strychnine.! Now in a ji weary hunter j could reach the railroad and several' towns to buy grub, that i? if the It in this same century that of the R.N.W.M.P., became snow blind about 1330 and out in the snow in .mid winter for a week, with his only companion the broncho he- was riding. When night came he "lay down to sleep and the horstj nifablrd the, When the day broke he got up and icde trying to wander home, but only-; travelled round and round in circles wondering why he arrive nowhere. Liter, he was found by his comrades who van across the Man and horse successfully navigated j the same country'many years afater. The name was Cu.stcr and at the-. tim''c-of the adventure was more or less of a raw broncho. Barbed wire i First-class Cafe house in town slrictly white help isiiswl. Every nipht fiom 10 o'clock have some specials in addition to tlin usual run in the short order -line.- TONIGHT Hot' ripe tomatoes. Tea or Coiree. oOc. Try if "after the Show The Hadley-Roberts Co. New Stock of Purest Confectionery Just A :Complete Stock of Fruit'and Bis- cuits always on hand- Phone 211 Columbia Kestaurant Open Day and Night FRESH OYSTERS Candies, Japanese Goods. Meal Tickets S5 per'Week Next door to Coaldale; HoU-1 ESTABLISHED palling in to haven and stay- we-can recall a, discussion botwef-n a I The ttore that buys and sells on the spot cash plan can Cut out the Competition of the credit atorc-Mt's not in Hhe game. Have yon thought thw ont Don't you realize your money will have wonderfully increased buying power over the old- fashioned, wasteful credit system when j on buy for.cash 1Ee Turpin Furniture Co. THE HOMft OF BIG VALUES Merchants Bank of Canada -HEAD OFFICE. MONTREAL Paid-np Capital -e and Undivided Profits 4-. BOARD OF DIRECTORS IMS flQTU BINI1G ROOI Short Order Between-Meals CARROLL DOYLE YNOPSIS OF-CANADIAN-NORTH- WEST HOMESTEAD REGU- ULATIONS Any scclion of Do- minion lands in, Manitoba, Saskatch- wnn and -excepting 8 and not reserved, mav be homestead- ed by any person who is the sole, head! of a family, or any male over 18 years of-age, to. the extent of one-quarter section of 1GO acres more or less. Application for eiury must be made n person by the, applicant at a Do- minion .Lands Agency or Sub-Agency for the district in which the land is situate. Entr.v by proxy may, how ever ba made nt 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 M the folloxving plans: (J) At least, six months', residence apon and cultivation of the land in ye.ir for thrfe years. ho'mestf-JuK'r may, if he so dt-sire.s, perform the required resi- .lonco duties by. living' on fanning land owned solely by him, not less eighty- (SO) acres in extent, in the Matter of Estate of Harry Staid, Late of Lethbridfe in the Province of Alberta, -Deceased. NOTICE IS HE-rHTBY GIVEN" that nil persons having any claim or de the late Harry who died on or about the 12th of October, 1907 ul Lethbridge in the Province- of Alberta; are required on or before the 31st daj' of March by post prepaid- to THE THIJSTS AND GUARANTEL COMPANY, TJTMJTED, at Calgary, j in the .Province of Alberta, Adminis- trators, of ihe estate of the said.Harry Steed or to, deliver to the ndvocate for the said Company their names and addresses and full particulars of their claims in writing and a-statement of their nature of the secur- ities, .if any, held by ;them: and such statement, shall -be "verified by Stat- utory TJeclaration of the claimant or his agent. AXP TAKE NOTICE that niter tho 31st, day, of 1908, the said THE TRUSTS AND GUARAN- TEE COMPANY, jjJILTED, win pro ceed to distribute the assets of the said deceased .aVibngst ;the. persons entitled regard only to the "claims of which they shall then have notice, and that the said TUT, TRUSTS AND G UARANTEE COMPANY. will not be liable for ihp said assets :-6r any part thereof to -nny" person of whose claim it shall not then have received notice Dated at 21st day FARM TO RENT 70 acres of choice land, 2 miles from Lethbridge. "Main canal runs through it. Apply Her.ald-Office. WANTED TO or unfurhish house, small or large. 'Address.C. T. c-o Herald. -766 SITUATION WANTED Respectable English woman''wants' lay work washing or cleaning or of- ice cleaning.- Address-Daily-Herald Lethbridge. f 766 TENDERS. WANTED SEALED TENDERS addressed to whe will be received un- il 5 o'clock, afternoon, Saturday, .March 14th; for-" the .erection rairid- residence, for Sir. -H. A. Sug- fitt, .at Coaldale. Plans and spect- ications- may be my .office, ilooni 9. Whitney Block. The lowest M- any tender not nccesarily accepted. 7G-5 F. B. ROLFSON. FOR SALE LARGE 13 ROOJIED HOUSE and wo lots. House used as boarding IOUSP. Rents for ?50 per onth. Sale >rice SjJ.OOO. .Cash balance oasy. Apply Box 353, Lethbridge. 76-6. of 'February, 1908. THE TK USTS AND G U A li AXTEE COMPANY Calgary, R. G. Ross, WANTED Wanted at once an -Agent to. repre- the North American-Accident In- Company in Lethbridge and immediate vicinity. -Excellent tunity for live man. Apply to Head I Offlce for Western Canada, 510 Mc- [ntyre Block, Winnipeg, Man. 77-6 W. C.'SIiriLONS. ADVOCATE for THE TRUSTS AND GUARANTEE LlillTED Lethbridge, Alta. PUBLIC NOTICE SITTINGSr OF THE DISTRICT .COURT OF -THE DISTRICT OF The Sitting of the District Court Df District of Lethbridge during the year 1903 will be held at the pi pees and on the dates given below for the trial of actions and the dis- posal of any other civil business which may properly be brought ba- FOR SALE SECOND .HAND. 'RANGE for .salft. Apply to Mrs. J. H. Wallace.. 77-4 Sir B. Allan President 'Jonathan Hodtrson, Esq. Yice-Prosident C R. Hosmcr, Esq.. Thos. Esq., (1 F. Smiih, :Hngh A. Allan, Esq.. C. M. Hays, Bnrnet.- F. Orr Lewis, Esq. rr P. Hebden ....----........r.........Of nonil Manngcr. The Bank has 111) branches and aponcirs distributed1 throughout Canada. New York Agency, 63 and fa Wall St. SAVINGS BANK ACCOUNTS'invited, ,-md atten- tion is paid to small deposits. Interest at 3 per cent: per annum, com pounded "four times a year. Drafts. Money Orders and Letters of Credit, payable in any part.of the vrorld, at current rptes E, W.WcWULLEN, the vicinity of his homestead. Joint ownership, of land will not mee.t this requirement. (3) If the father (nr mother.-if the father is deceased) of a homesteader has permanent residence on fanning land owned solely by him, not less than acres in extent, in the vicinity of the homestead, or up- on a homostead entered for by him in the vicinity, such homesteader may perform his own residence duties by living with the father (or (4) The to.nn "vicinity" in tho two; proceeding paragraphs is .defined meaning not more than nino milos in j a direct line, exclusive of the width! of road allowances crofpr-d in the i measurement. j (5) A homesteader intending to perform his 'residence duties in cordanco with the above while living t with parents or on farming land own- i ed by himself must notify the Agent j for the district of ..such intention. I Six months' notice in writing must be given to the Corrfmissioner of Do- minion Lands at Ottnwaj of intention to apply for patent. ;W. W. CORY, Deputy of Ihe Minister of the Interior. publication of this advertisement will not be'paid for. fore the said court. LETHBRIDGE Monday, March 23rd, Monday, April 27th; Tuesday, .May 26th; Monday, June 22nd; Monday, July 20th; Monday, September 23th; Monday, October 2Gth; Monday, November 23rd; .Monday, December 21st; RAYMOND Tuesday. April Hth; Tuesday. July 7th; Tuesday, October 13th. MAGRATH Wednesday, April 15th j 8th; Wednesday, 14th. CARDSTON Thursday, April I6th; Thursday, July 9th; Thursday, October 15th. TAB5ER Tuesday, May 5th; Hth; Tuesday, November 3rd. WARNER Mar Ifith: Thursday. July 16th; Tuesday, Xovetnbor 17th. S. B. WOODS, FOR SALE A VIOLIN, an oxcollent instru- in first class condition.' Worth ?70. 'Will sell- at considerable re- -Ir.ciion.'Apply Box T, Herald'Office. 73-ft-p LOST Wednesday night in the Ward, a -new-Battenburg-lace collar and a now white--silk veil. Finder please return to Mrs. C. A. Cooksley's millinery store. 796 WANTED Married jcouple '.wants situation as 1st and 2nd cook or cook and waitress in small hotel or boarding house. 'Apply Box X, Herald -Office, Uth- bridgc-, Alta. 79-2 j FOR PRIVATE SALE I A boats in [first class order. Can ba seen erected 1 on Ford street at the rear of the Windsor hotel. For -particulars and j price apply to Waddington and Gib- 1 bon, Auction Mart, -410 Round St. 73-0 FOR SALE half plate camera, in good condition, for sale. Apply to Horald'Office. 80-2 FOR SALE Counter and show cases at present in use in Johnston's drug store. 75 WANTED A POSITION, by experienced Deputy Attorney General. Best, of' references. Apply Dated March 2, 1906. 1 Box W3 Herald ;