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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 17, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta V vUV''> J i RT A] A R C H ESTABLISHED'IN THE REIGN OF KING WILLIAM IV. Have the largest Sale of any high-grade Tea in the World y4.fr, i 3ib SIZES nf per Ib. i i -r W _- i, -t_ij Exclusive Agents: The Bentley Company Limited, Lethbridge TELEPHONE 33 Delivery: M 't i t H Building's Without Fife Labor Council Complaint -A Fire Phone -Paper oh Streets y _i I T The city council last night! voted away and never turned a t hair or blinked nn for grading the streets und making hide- for a fire hall, t 000 for extension of water mains and sowers; .WlOOO for a market, and for fire apparatus., _ These are the places where the most of'it went. All the members were present ex- i cept Aid. Cunningham who isTbtilien tour. The business had becfrwell prepared in (committee so that was very little to do except adopt "the rcportb as presented. Two min- were spent ,in.disposing of .5101; OOQ and the longest discussion took pi ice over the question whether city labor should do-work ih'at union men, could do and the Vain problem of (disposing of tho "paper at the nui- sance ground.' t The" the Trades and wrote asking the Coun cil- to ttake immediate action to pro; 'vide for safety of life and limb' al the Woollen-Mill and the Olivcrllall. out that the nadti their iaugliters'such expen-iu- articles that foung men simply would not indulge n and instead of getting mar- soughtriri "the luxury of their club1? the? comfort which they should flnd in houses oi then own. west. tha city warehouse and storing yard, Aid.. Macbeth suggest- ed Unit tho city get a that I persistent cruelty and drunken- ness on the part of her spouse and the latter infidelity on the of his -wife. -Hanlnuy produced witnes: sos and produced -love letters written scavcn- Ser-xxaggon instead of' the another, man by'his wife to'corrob- a'-bag- and a mitten who comprises orate-his statements. Mrs. >Han- draft a _ j and Labor, Coxmcil-com j that the citr was city unskilled labor carpenter work, which "should have bean done! by union men. ".The Mayor'; -upheld of the paper and to on .the4 witness stand lhat she'hftd writtcn 'Ictlera pro- whole system-at present. Var- ious methods from a bang up inciner ator to a wire fence fire place were 'ducecU hut said thot she was on the suggested.- The- City Engineer will be asked" to' recommend a cheap GREAT ACTIVITY NoriK Ward Property Lots dose to the school each 810 cash, balauoc per month" 'J R. V. Gibbons Ott Block torn III verge and had written uncontrollable impulse -and companionship 'and her husband had de- thcir contention he or-1 i.mujr.ii. wuvcn 10 nuisance ground nieti nor. _ Sno was kept on a lonely dcred them work in the fire j I-island they lived devoid of halibut Jus, orders, had .again The following accounts were order- corRpanion; OT any genial company. obeyed? ;Ald. "Ivos thought that if cd-paid: the -save money by using its own laborers, it should do so, work ,ns' well done. The Mayor maintained that unskilled, labor on such work is cx- pensive at" any costi TKe City Solicitor wrote saying that he receive copies of .effective bylaws" before drafting the early closing bylaws, and point- ing out some of the-difficulties in drafting the bylaw. The officers oi the J-cthbridge Keal- ty Association of the ex- istence of and insurance D. J. Herald................... 10.70 W. AV-Handford -1.50 Western Stationery Co..........J 212.65 S. 23.00 Henderson 25.80 Crty Bakery 7.70 John Brodie........................ 7.70 J. II. O'ilelily 1.00 Gibbon 12.30 Herald G.25 G. 11. .Johnston 6.00 Central Hardware Co....... Wni. Olivor 133.G2 -Taylor 3.00 CORSET LACIN3 KILLS WOMEN Mrs. Gurkie Pul5t Strings So Tightly That She Crushes Her Heart agents that were doing_ business in tlio city" without going the formality of tnkwg1 a license. The communication wtxs rofcrrwl to the police for W. 'K. iMrfore the council complaining- thiii the real es- tate men got no protection by gett- ing n license. He nsUotlTif he sold North r, c. Co. 18.G5 Loth." Iron .Works................- 7.20 Wm.-Oliver, 27.43 Bingham, March Carl Gunkle laced her corset so tight- ly that shs crushed her the" blood to shoot to her head, and fell to the floor in a swoon. Her husband hearing her fall ran 3.45 room and summoned a physi- cian- but Mrs. Gunkle was dead be- fore the doctor arrived. The In tier sr.icl she had caused car- diac paralysis by the tight lacing. CHEERS FOR THE U. S. Sydney, a di-fimntic scene today at a great OUR LETTER BOX. op lethbridge Patronizing a Industry WM. OLIVER'S PLANING MILL ia tic Con- of i Office, "Tarils ami Factory: mm> SHEETS Telephone 153 H HlHHi t i H H HI t H ill ii-Hill Most People can earn Money but many fail to place it where it is both safe and profitable -i ANCHOR YOUR SAYINGS TO MOTHER EARTH J i North Ward Lots, 2 Blocks trom School each j down and a montk Get some wide they last C. B. 'HKT Post Office Hart iitii nil -t n iiuii i in MI 1 1 tin A'CONSERVATIVE HOPE Montreal, March the Junior Consen'ative club, Satur- day evening, K. 'L.. Bordcn, leader oE the Opposition in ihc Commons, said: "If young men will waken to a true realization of the political situ- ation as it exists today, and I be- lieve they arc awakening, the victory- is ours." First-class Cafe IN Short Order. Between Meals CARROLL 'DOYLE SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING REG- ULATIONS Coal mining rights "of tne Dominion iti Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the Noith-West rerritorics' and British Colunroia, mnjT i be leased for a term of tweuty-jone years at an" annual rental of icre. Kot more than acres will be leased to one applicant. Application for a lease mubt, be made, to the.- Agent or Sub-Agent of '.he distiict'in rights ap- plied'for are .situated. In surveyed territory the land must be described by sections, or le- subdivisions of sections, and in nnsurx'cycd territory the tract appli- ed for shall be staked out. Each application must be accom- panied by a fee of 55, which xvill be refunded if the'rights applied for are :not available" but not -otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the mer- chantable output of the mine at the rate of five cents per ton. Every .Ivsec- ot coal mining rights which are not being operated shall district Agent of Domin- .ion'Lands with a sworn statement to General Teaming THE HERALD ACROSTIC COMPILED BY A SWSOfflEft I T L ctttrUie Dtiy ItnU: EferyWy mk T here the >ArertiseaeM5. B Stares, GettW Erery erfliot al ye mnl Haste, aid jm jikscriptMi Efffyotc Bay Up tkat way R ea4 tke paper ii Atacate it is JM rtaa. D eserres lie fattr it WANT ADS one Insertion. 6 Insertions When-you require yards cleaned up cellars dug, or any other teamin ione, SEE US. or phone'201, or !rop a post card iu the office, your order will receive our prompt atten- ion.. >AL must be -paid for in "deli very. 'Residence and stable 3fl5t of the barracks. WM.-TAYLOU, Lethbridge v WANTED WAITED TO KENT a .small .cottage or rooms, j Apply W., that effect aHcast once in each year. The lease will include the.- coal mining rights only, but the lesce may bfi permitted to purchase whatever Available surface rights be con sidered necessary for the working o the mine at tho, rate of au ucre. For full information applioatioi :hould be made to the Secretary o the Department of the Interior, Ot- j Of tnwa. or any Agent or Sub-Agont ofj FOR SALE CHEAP 160 acres all half 'mile front- age on good streamr-good house and outbuildings." For particulars, apply n.A.Y., Lethbridge, AHa. 72-00 SYNOPSIS OF, CANADIAN NORTH- 'WEST HOMESTEAD REGU- UL AT IONS Any even numbered section of Do-. minion lands in Jlariitoba, Saskatch- ewan 'and Alberta, excepting 8 and 26; not reserved, may be homes tead- cd by any person wh6 is the sole head ot n family, or any male over 18 years of age, to the extent of one-quarter section of 1GO acres more or less: Application for entry must be made in person the applicant at a Do- minion Lnncls" Agency or Sub-Agency for. the district in which tho land is situate., Entry; by proxy may, how- ever -be. made'. at nn Agency on .certain conditions by the father, mother, son, daughter, brother or sister of an in- tending homesteader. The homesteader is required to pc-r- WANTED TO or unfurnish ed house, small or large. Address C. T. W. c-o Herald. 76? WANTED Wanted at once an Agent to repre- sent the -North American'-Accident In- Mirance Company in Lethbridge and immediate vicinity. Excellent oppor- tunity for live man. Apply to Head Office for Western Canada, 510 Me- Intyre Block, Winnipeg, Man. 77-6 FOR SALE A VIOLIN, an excellent instm- avjni, in first class condition. Worth. ?70. Will sell at considerable re- duction. Apply Box T, Herald "Office. 78-6-p form the homestead duties under one z following plans: At least six months' residence LOST _ Wednesday-night, in the Ward, a new Battenburg lace collar and n new white- silk Veil. Finder please return to--Mrs. C. A. Gooksley's millinery store. 79-S Dominion Lnnds. W Deputy Minister of the Interior. publication of advertisement will not be paid upon and cultivation, of the land in yoar for threp years. (2) A homesteader may, if he so 01 j desires', perform the required resi- fathering of citizens, when at the con- (The ncro1d is_not rcsponsiWc TL _ _ expressed in this col- land outside of the city, would elusion, ni -an address on-the subject f_ Aid. Ives'of national defence, the premier, AI1 correspondence must be cablegram an- by the writer's name publication bo refused. o license. that anyone selling" or offering fwl I Deakh -rend a for sale any land American fleet of ble to pny-for the- license. was j battleships would visit Sydney the council would do o.v- 1 BFelbourne. He called for three cheers erything to protect -the licensed ng- j tor the. United States, and the an- jdience rose enmasse and responded OUing J. T, Jnckson. of Vancou-l wHh deafening hurrahs. Bo Carts in every style, the guaranteed sprincs ami the most durable gear that know of. ASVre experts on baby carriages. Come and see% if we're not. The price will yon d tboronghly satisfied customer. The Turpin Furniture Co. THE HOME OF BIG VALUES COLEMAN'S HOCKEY TEAM i lie flioena iiaiinayll Irription Company Is now ofxering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THE MARKET I dehce duties by living on farming In ml .owned solely by, him, not less j than eighty (SO) acros in extent, in Uhc vicinity of his homestead. Joint of InnJ will riol s reqniremont. (3) If the father (or-'molher, if the father is deceased) of a I'.pmesteader has residi'ivce on fanning [land owned sololy by him, not less .han eighty (SO) .Tcro.s in extent, in FOR PRIVATE SALE A Six awing boats." in first class order. Can be seen erected jn Ford street at :the rear .of Windsor hotel. For .particulars price apply to Waddington. tnd Gib- bon, Auction Mart, 410 Round St. 784) Colcman, March To Ixithbririge "Daily Tterald. Lethbridge: Dear As Cowley seems to trying to get some cheap advertis- ing at the expense of the Coletnan hockey club regarding a game of hockey played here between the Co district and the Colcmon Jr.-. tcirmcdiatcs say that the Colcmnn team were not the league team, not n senior being on the ice except the referee. The Colcman tpftm went from the- school h-vrtsc to the nnk to play after four o'clock. iTad they played whon the panic wns ndyertiscrt the curfew bell -would have undoubtedly stopped -the Hoping you can find spaco in your x-aluable paper this item, Yours, B. Ml Stitt, Sec.-treas. C.H.C. Lots tiorio of tte Riiiroaj aal West ofWestiiitsterKl FROM A EACH Also a few Acre Lots East .of Westminster Road, each TERMSEASY One-third cash, ono-tliird fi months, balance 12 months. liitcrcsi. 6 per cent, per annum Nberta iti Co; (Ual- IftDNfc, Mti. the vicinity of the homestead, or up- FOR SALE ounc-F rtuu MIOW cases prcccnt ia use in Johnston's drug store. -7S6 on a homestead tutored for by him in the vicinity, such homesteader may perform his own residence duties by living with the father (or (4) The tonn "vicinity" in the two proceeding paragraphs is defined as meaning not more than nine miles in a direct linn, exclusive of the width of. road allowances crossed in the measurement. (5) A homesteader intending to; perform his residence duties in FOR RENT FURNISHED HOUSE for rent, 13 rooms, suitable for boarding .house.- 1'ossession April 1st. Apply R.V.Gib- nons; Ott Block, Phone 222. 1 81-8 WANTED SERVANT WANTED-At once general servant wanted. 'Apply to-Mrs. Frnnk Colpman. 81-0 WANTED A SADDLE HORSE, for lady, cither for sale or rent. Apply Herald Office. 81-0 HORSES FOR SALE team of Trell-maiched drivers cordance with the above while living i One with parents or on farming land own- for sale. Apply to F. E. Mnson Land cd by notify the Agontt Co, 81-6 for the district of such intention. Six months' notice in writing mnstj HOUSE AND LOT FOR. SALE be given to the Commissioner of An eight room house and lot for minion Lands nt Ottawa, of intention'sale in North Ward. Easy terms, to apply for patent. Aply to F. E. Mason Land Co. 8M W. W. CORY, Deputy of the Minister of the) SITUATION WANTED Interior. j A YOUNG LADY wishes a pxiblication of 1 lion to wait on dining room. Apply this rtdviTtiaemont will not he paid j to Eugene Xein T.cxcjg, for. iAlta, ;