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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 14, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta iOI D ONLY INSCALEDTINS IN ft-. I A 3lfa SIZES ii 7C y e- v' 4 ftiN. i -.'rj-r R1DCWAYS TEAS RIDGWAY ESTABLISHED IN THE REIGN OF KING WILLIAM IV. the largest Sale of any high-grade Tea in the World Exclusive Agents: The Bentley Company Linvited, Lethbridge TELEPHONE 33 Prompt Delivery Where Style and Clareshoh Value Meet. man said, "I buy Fit-Reform Suits because I can depend on the in. being m good style; and; holding their shape." Another man said, "What I want in a suit is gobd, honest I get it in Whether YOU buy for looks or wear, you get both .-when you buy jpit-Reform garments. Let .us show you the new styles in Suits at -gi8, arid Claresholm, ifarch great running.match will take place here on 25th iiist. between Art Burn of Calgary, and Pete Terway of town. The race will' be 25 miles the last 5 miles of which will finish 'M> the race track. As an additional ittruction a football match Is-prepar- ed and the secretary of the club is crying to get Okotoks to come down. It'is expected that a small meeting will be held at Claresliolm" on Victor- ia nothing is definitely m-angecl yet. The races would prob ibly be confined to, farmer's and local horses but there would" probably in open nice or saddle horses with fentknifn ridcr.s with a trophy at -ached. -All. Moodie of Calgary, pres- ident of the now Western Racing cir- cuit is expected here within the ten days when he will present an of: to tiike.Claresholm into the'cir- M1LLINERY OPENING Woman's Kingdom Stirred by t'.ie Latest Creations in Head The woman's kingdotu deeply stirred yesterday and greit mil jo rity of its' inhabitants were nil agog, the cause of the' being the millinery oixmings in two of tlie lead ing millinery establishments. The stores of and J, McLeny and C. A. Cooksley thronged all day women eager -to see tvncl pur- chasd the latest creations JlcLEAY. -lot nt the I ill HU 111 i I j-i-i 11 t H-i II 11 i 111 i i i i i i IM I i 11 I Most People can earn Money but many fail to place it whore it is- both safe and ANCHOR YOUR SAVINGS TO MOTHER EARTH i jj North Wad Lots, 2 Blocbtrom Schorf, eacfc j down and a month. Get some while they last MIHR Post Dtta Hock Vt-H-HI H-l I II IIIIIIM II IIIHilllllll II MM I McKELVIE St.McGUIRE ,Sqlc Agents for j 1HIN KS- WELL' Spokane Paper, Refers _to Visits Between Albsrta and Washington Spokane, Wash., March Spokane-Review says ,in itsr leading editorial in the issue of March 10_: "The interchange of commercial visits bstwoen 'Spokane and Calgary- and Mucleod hi taken under consideration-by the chamber of com- merce of thia prove mu- tually beneficial... by' strengthening the.tic which bindVthese commiini- tics together in trade relations. If it is found.practicable to arrange for a Spokane business men's excursion to Calgary in June or July, while the Dominion exposition U hold-there, ii would probably be largely patronized not merely by but b> other citizens who would be glad of tin opportunity to see one of Alberta' most flourishing cities. is held out that the cour- tesvi would reciprocated at the Interstate fair fall. The presence of a large Can- adian visitors jn Spokane on that -oc" cation would be interesting and ad- vjintageous. It is desired that the in- terstate fair attract people from a wid_- extent .of country. The .Alberta vis- itors would gain here a knowledge of trade facilities ami. opportunities, in addition "to what they already have, that would be good for them as well R3 US. "jhe Tntermitionnl bounary line should'not divide the people of Wash- ington and Alberta socially or com- mercially. Tt is a foregone conclu- BAD MEN IN VICTORIA Attempt Made Hold Up a Well Known Citizen The board of-trade, which Has un- ioi innately been dormant of late met in Tuesday in the council hall and the following officers -were elected: W. A. Cornwall; vice pres- ident, 'C. J. Amunds-on; committee, "J. F. Miller, J. Cummings -ind W. T. T. L. Barnard '.vas appointed .secretary. It was de- cided to apply for space atv the Do- minion Fair at Calgary for an ex- hibition and 0. J. Amundsen was deputed-tn see the. secretary of the Dominion fair. It was _decided not to i'.fHHate at present with the South- ern Albert a'-boaids of trade. C. W. fames'and Wm. arling have returntd_ from the old country "whith- .-r, they." wi-nt for a They store of this Veil known Jinn was such as to tempt, 'the on-lookcr. The most of tho hat's for'sprim? urc small and modest in trimming but those foi summer generally start Hugly )-eiiutifiil. spring hats arc chiefly small turbTiiis, tailor-made, trimmetl with fancy-wings. An abun dance -of tlo and feathers charac- c summer hat.s which are as a rule largo, thp large s vilor the most noticctihla, brims being from eighteen to twenty-six in- ches across. Flowers, especially of the rich yellow, Copenhagen blue and purple shades sni-h as morn- ing glories, lilacs, sweet peas and arc very this .S'-nson. Dome crowned hats arc much in vogue- but the shapes .arc generally lost In the, abundance of trimming. Their opening (.hib year is fne best WANT ADS 25c. one Insertion. 0 Insertions TO RENT t FURNISHED in, al- so a four horse stable with Ap- ply G. W. Wiegand, 424 Smith .St. 74-6p WANTED WANTED TO RENT a small cottage or rooms. Apply W., Herald Office. -72-0 SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST HOMESTEAD R EQU- IP LATtONS Any even numbered srction of Do- minion lands in Manitoba, Saskatch- ewan and Alboit.i, excepting 8 and not reserved, may be homestead- ed by any person who is the sole: head 01 n fiuiiily, or any male over 13 yea to of age. to the extent of one-quaiter section of ICO acres more or Iw. Application for entry must bo made in person by the applicant at a Do- minion Lands Agency or Sub-Agency for the district in which tlu- Uuid is situate. Entry by proxy., may, how- Lethbridge Auction Mart, Numbers of people are tak- inj: advantage, of our offer to.: hand furni- ture in.part.payment on now goodii. Why don't yon? You iniiy send your old furniture herc.-.und .purchase else- where, that cuts no figure with us. Our aim 5s to oblige the public. Waddington Gibbon TELEPHONE itaU1, they back and en ing dny of any "other your, they .fell the cold in i being-much ahead of last cver madQ at an Agency on certain, year which was a" previous record. comijtious. by tho mother, -More hats and. of better qaulity wore purchased yesterday than oh t lie op- ,'Violoni, B. C., March A daring ittompt at hold up was made on Blan- chard street opposite St. Andrew's ca- thedral-and near the Dominion hotel at an 'early hour tht.s morning. Mr. Sword, an employee of Co., was returning home to the hotel when he was confronted by a man wilJf IT revolver. Sword grappled with the man .but was thrown ".and hit assailant immediately made off. Mr. Sword's description fur a? it goes tallies with that of the murder- er of Charles Freed man on. Mondaj night, last. CHANGES IN MILITIA Consequent Upon_ Death of Inspector General Ottawa." March eGnerul Lake, who assumed the inspector-gen eralship in the Me Major Genera! Yidal until tenure of his of- fice: expires Jn will "during the interval make an inspection of the Canadian forces' from coast'- to coast.. Brigadier General .Otter who sue ceds Lake as chief of the staff will probably become inspector general upon Lake's return to Imperial ser- vice in Mtijor General Cotton, of ordinance country. _ -ifrs. Ottie Taylor has for. the east. Glorious -spring .weather prevails. A. B. McDonald .has got a slight touch of the Grippe.v He expects to be in High River on Monday. 'Alf. Wylie has resigned the, editor- ship -of the Claresholm -'CV'TC. Bain of the Granuni -Times was' here yesterday, as also was "P. A. Smith of that town. There was .to ha_ye .been a Liberal meeting here on the 13th. March at tflrich Duncan Marshall, Malcolm and A. B.'McDonald were to speak but unforeseen cir; cumstancos the, meeting has definitely postponed. The first, meet- ing of the Agricultural society has teen callf-d for 18th March at 4 p.m. A number of .settlers--from Idaho came in yesterday. R. B. Switxcr who has boon. laid up with Ihe grippe" fp better. Work- has- been resumed on the C. A. COOKS LEV The, fust ghuice at the large dis- millinery .shown this new firin would give- one the impression that Ihc- fashions especially in trim- wore extreme. But a second look.shows that the bright coloring of "the grcut amount of {lowers usert bj the fcober shades' of tlie background trimming. Thp spring Jiat-s jire modest with their.trimming of and ribbons. For summer tho flower trim- mings1 are-a vcrilnblc galaxy of col- or, roses seeming to predominate, are very, handsome. The shapes are hirge. the extreme' sailor, being ft favorite, especially in dauEhtcr, brother or si-aer ot an m- tf n'dingi The is ivquircd to pc-r- form the homestead duties under onf: of tlie following plans: At leait .six months' residence. upon and cultivation of tho land in each yfttr for throe years. (2) A PROFESSIONAL CARDS W.S.GALSRAJTH, rt.D.C.M. McGil. Physician, Surgeon Accoucher Office'; 914 Red path St. 'Phone ft 9a.m.. 2-3. 7-8 p'.m FOR SALE CHEAP 160 acres all fenced, half mile front- a'ge on good stream, good house and outbuildings. For particulars, apply H.A.Y., Lethbridge, Alta.., 7200 LOST rONE GREY HORSE, 3 years old, branded C.A., also one bay horse 2 years old with scar on right fore leg above knee. toward given on re- "turn to Windsor Hotel or to Edward Rova, Sec. C-13-22. 74-6-1 FOR SALE OR RENT -THREE ROOMED HOUSE, sale; price, down, balance per Geo. Peacock, Stafford Village, Lethbridge. 75-6 FARM TO RENT acre-; of choice miles from .Lethbridge. Maiii'tanal runs through "it: Apply Herald'Office. 766 WANTED T0_ or unfurnish ed house, small or large. 'Address C. F. W. Herald.-' 76 6 IWSLURIE addition to the Wilton hotel. HIGH .PRICE OF BUTTER STEWART. Sur t -n duties by living on fanning _ land- owned solely by him, not lessi than eighty (30) acres in extent, in, the' vicinity of his homestead. Joint j ownership land will wt 5 requirement. HAMILTON YOUNG Room Block. (3) If the father (or mother, if the j father is deceased) of a homesteader C.F.P.Conybeare, K.C., D.C.L., a' rich brown. fancy straw. One tliO milliner's special pride is a very cute Dutch bonnet for little children winch is nil the- go Hi is year.. Jtiss Cooksk-y's linutctl, room prc- her "stock showing 'to ad van- which ditTcidtj however, will bo] largely l.y her removal into the new flili on Duffcrm has pi-rmam-nt n-sidc-nco on farming, land owned solely by him, not less j than fichty (PO) acre.s in extr-nt, in the vicinity homestead, or up-j on a" home-stc-ad ontered for by him in the vicinity, such home.steade-r may perform his own resulenci; duties by j living with the father (or (4) Tiie in the two preceodiujj is1 "defined" as meaning not more than nine .miles in a direct line, exclusive width Use B. Morton Jones, B.C. L CONYBEARE fit JONES Barristers, Solicitor, Etc. OHRce: Conybeare Block. Lethbridge, Alta. 22-lyr LONDON ELECTION CASE Pound Toronto, Starch John 0' Gor- man, ,W. J. Miller. :iniel' Wily jind the four men convicted Montreal, March U.-So live has been the price 'of butter in 1 November of conspiracy m _ con- Montreal during the, past few months that this highly -popular.-arliclev of will prnbnhlv ret to Western Ontario food hns of necessity been banished renewed .oau tin sepn-nmcr "in Oder's piara and will be succeed. from the tobies of the poor of the yet pnnted for the court of appeals ed by Col. Rutherford of the head jcity. quar.teis staff. Butter is now nection with elections before Justice Winchester., today and renewed .bail till September sessions, yet printed for the court which meets next month. of road allowances crossed in' measurement. (5) A homesteader, intending toj perform his residence duties in ac-j cordance with the "above while living! e W. C. SIMMONS Advocate, Barrister, Etc. OUicc: Southard Block. Money to Lend on Town and Fiirn Property. SITUATION WANTED Respectable English woman wants clay work, washing or pf- .ice cleaning. Address Daily Herald Lethbridge. 76 6 TENDERS WANTED "'_ SEALED TENDERS..-, addressed to will be. received un- til 5 o'clock, afternoon, Saturday, March for the erection of a frame residence, for Mr; H. A. Sug- gitt, at Coaldalc. Plans and may be seen at my office, Room -9, Whitney Block. The lowest or any tender not necesarily...accepted. F. B. ROLFSON. FOR SALE LARGE 13 ROOMED. .HOUSE and two lots. House used; as .boarding louse. Rents for per onth. Sale pricti Gash balance 3asy. Apply Box 353, B. C. MOORE Funeral Director- and Embalmer H8 cents a j and it vvilLsoon 45 cents a pound. Rheumatism lessens the tendency of to would "have a welcome siou that excursionista from this city j the'sufferer to take consumption, snys Sir Dyce Uvickworth.- K. A. Pickson. clerk of the Divis- iou CfiurL at Parkhill, pleaded guiUy to npproprtuting court funds.- but ns he made restitution wntence .wfts could be excelled for cor- diality, and the ?ame c.m be said of Alberta people coming here. Any- thing that wilf help to cement friend- ship should be encouraged." fiSures too steep for fa- NO POISON ADMINISTERED Brockville, Ont., March parents or on farming land to Presbyterian Church ed by himself must notify the Office Phone 102. Residence 136. .for the district of such intention. Six months' notice in writing must be given to the Commissioner of Do-i minion I.r.nds at Ottawa, of intention: to apply for patent. i CORY, Deputy of the Minister of the: Interior: i 1 publication of, this advertisement will nol be paid i F. B. ROLFSON ARCHITECT Room 9 Whitney WANTED. Wanted at once an Agent to rcpre- jent .the North American Accident In- Company in Lethbridge and Immediate vicinity. Exc3llcnt oppor- unity for live man. Apply to Head jfHce for Western 510 Me- [ntyre Block, Winnipeg, Man. 77-6 milies whose incomes are about the j day raorping Horton who perform-] tor. average, and butter has been tne examination on by reason of its absonce I tjie body of tho.Into James C. from the tables of many families. 1 nockr received the report of the pro- Groccr.s throughout the city sUU9 yincial The, report, clearly that haw fnllon off that had bcrn ad- this winter. in place of ministered. The jury returned ai Office ocljoining selling butter they haxc selling! of death due to heart failure. T.othhridpe. large quantities of molasses, syrup, I jam, tliese evidently-licing 'The store thai buys srlls on the spot cash plan can Cut out the Competiton of the credit 'not in the game. Have yon thoughUhis out Don't you realize your monoy will have wonderfully increased buying power over the old- fashioned, wasteful credit system when yr.u buy for cash The Turpin Furniture Co. -THE HOME OF NC VALUES L. M. JOHNSTONE Barrister and Solicitor Union MUSIC MISS L. HOLLAND i Pupil.of Stratford Dawson, of Mont- a limited nuisber of stu [dontfijor i Piano Study. ('8 teacher) FOn SALE SECOND HAND RANGE for sale. Apply to Mrs.. J. H. Wallace. 77-4 ROOMS TO RENT ROOMS to rent. Ap- ply corner Bompag and vSrnith streets. 78-2 1 method used. Terrris moderato. Bank.' Adress 110 Fard St. Phono 247. 23-lyrl ______________ FOR SALE. A VIOLIN, art excellent instru- ment, in first class condition. Worth .Will sell at considerable-re- duction. Apply Box T, Herald Office. 78-6-p LOST tfi replace the 'butter; ha vo made strenuous efforts I to secure supplies of butter, and they f have even tapped the United Suites nd British markets, but the prices; thuy hh've had -to charge have not op- pcsiled to the public, rtnri the Invrst- ment was so for from profitable that: the efforts were discontinued. j buiter thnt was shipped to Great Hrituin last fall has brought back hero, because it was cheaper than what is now being mode in this country. W. ft. ParaiallfN deputy'minister 01 trade and commerce rvt Ottawa, will retire to be .F...C. T.' O'Hanx, Without a hitch and without a flaw On tlie 30th Fll make the draw H, HA YE. of the Hayr Transfer, begs to announce that on the 30th day of March the ''draw will place to decide the winner of.thc.Tnagnificent Eld ridge Sewing Machine Will .those who have not yet put tl RT stubs in the ballot box in the Post Office do so at once. Yon have still time to get in. ntnl a one ton order entitles you to a chance. Hmm A Sxtcccssor to the Dixon 9 Transfer Co.. Phone 180 Box 27 Phone 106 j Wednesday, night in the Ward, a new liattenburg lace collar and a new white silk veil. Finder please return to C. A. millinerv store. 796 tie Bail] kriM tills to wrt Wt irili tal lirt tte fc- Dm't WANTED Married couple wants situation as nnd 2nd cook or cook and waitress in small hotel or boarding house. Apply Pox X, Herald Office, Leth- bridpe, AlU. 7S-2 FOB PRIVATE SALE A swing boats vin first class order. Can be" seen erecteil on Ford street at the rear of: the" i Windsor hotel. For particulars! price apply to and -Gib- m. Auction Mart, 410 Round St. 7S-0 ;