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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 19, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta -iU LITMIBIDQI M M M MM ft M M M M H U M RIDCWAY ESTABLISHED IN THE RTIGN OF KING WILLIAM IV, k i-' j -i Have the largest Safe of tny high-grade Tea in the World and per Ib. SOID ONLY m t _ -j Exclusive Agents: The Bentley Company Limited, Lethbridgc y w er TELEPHONED Prompt Delivery 4 M M ODDFELLOWS' GATHERING AT COLEMAN GREAT NUMBER OF MEMBERS OF THE ORDER "ASSEMBLED TO ORGANIZE A NEW LODGE AT THE'-HUSTLING TOWN Coleinan, March Monday, 9th. ducted by the Fernic andUCowley was a red letter day at 1 teams separately and land bcrta, when fully, sixty members of i they'have the work perfect. rithw" Gruiiu "Ca'ptain" The ortiinate lodges of th'c Independent Fcrnlc learn, "conducted both teams, Order of Oddfellows -arrived to H'woulct be difficult, to gel a bet- RACE MEET AT CLARESHOLM Programmej Has Been Arranged for May 28 and 23 'Cbresholin, March Moodie of Calgaiy, president of the. Western racing circut was here yesterday and met the directors- andr a representa- tion of the members of the Turf Asso- ciation, when after discussing the prospects it was unanimously t T de- cided to Join the -new-circuit, and to two-Hay on Thursday and Friday, 23th and 29th May, be- ing the dates between the Calgary NO SAW MILL THIS YEAR But It it Likely to Be Built Before Year Zenas li. u of Hoisc, Idaho, honor to the "card': members -and tor dsptuin of a more enthusiastic [May and Lethbridge- meetings.JEhc i following programme was drawn up assist them to'organize a lodge'of Odd Fellow. the craft. Brethren SpW.ial diie to Bro. G.'D. nie, B.C., Maclcod, Pincher Creek, Stafford installed the three links Cowtey, N'aritoii, Calgary and sever- j of electric "light, red, white. the Grand blue, making a" pretty emblem, i Also; II. Clayton, who put up Hhe al' were present from Lodge of Ontario. 'The Forme Lodge, be' it> l 'F., L. T. set in them 'the riipnernana, as 'did also Cowlcy, f T vj iiml X H. Finn, together and of'Coleman Lodge, i. r "'two hrst mentioned, all of whom cannot thank them .enough, for this-v _ f- were instrumental in the orgnniza- very materially the msti- t _ ,11, t-tion oj .the first lodge. tutjon-of the'new lodge and _ the ceremonies. evident that the j Thc regalia and robes of-the Fernie .J Lodge, are most elaborate and prc- ft brilliant and grand sight and the value of the sporting spirit of Claresholm. 1 st'DayV2.17 pace or 2.12 trot, purse, 5-8 mile purse one mile novelty race, purse brethren have tlie fraternal side ofiUncicr the array'of coloied dazzling life-find'the best 'interest of. their 1 Hghis, which the solemn and half mile heats, 3, purse, local trot or pace, purse 2nd pace or 2.30 troC purse 4300; free-for-all trot or pace, purdf, one and 1-8 mile dash] 3-4 mile dash, purse -gentleman riders' race, one mile, total All particulars can be obtained horn J: 11. Watt, tlie secretary of the meet- the chief the Waterloo, Lum ber, Oil'-and 1'owci Co. and II. H. r r r Hanson, the new manager of the com are today to meet some whom they expect to let thc sawing their lum- ber company do not mill here this ear'as it will be impossible to get logs The logs of ihc Watcrton -around which thc snow s still feet deep. Conse- tuantly .he ice is melted on thc lakes to re- ease "the logs. ,lt is their intention, Lo bring n the lumber to build the mill next fall and next year's cut of logs be put on'tlie beloved order at he-art, goes without'touching ceremonies inspiring, they left their business especially 'to'those who had not bc- and travelled 160 and some of them fore had their eyes opened to the over 20O miles, and all at -their own j mysterious and ancient working of -expense, to assist >men' (whom they Odd -had never, before seen) to become Dro: E. F. Brown of JIaclcod, marto of one of the best "fraternal ja Vcry appropriate speech! orders in the universe. It shows f and confidence is felt ihat the meeting will be a great sue cess. According to Mr. Hoodie, f very large number of horses may be expected to compete in the circuit. PINCHER CREEK NEWS are cut'on go out before banks of the" to br- floated down nc-vt sprmg. In the meantime the that- is on the ground here will be.- covered up until the mill wil erected. RAYMOND NEWS Raymond, 'March Lobel left Raymond this morning for Ta- ber. A son was born to and Mrs. Dahle of Itaymond. Miss McClcase, one of our school teachers, has tendered her resigna- tion. We are soriy that this young ady has made such a short stay with us. "Miss Ida'Mai ie Cumcron, of the Kev. John and Mrs. Cameron, is celebrating her 7th birthday to- day, and will Ixj n.t home io her lit tie friends between the hours of 2 and 6 o'clock, wish Miss Ida t happy time. see by 1he notices that the Do- minion Comedy C'o. ore giving two thi.s week, on Wednes- day, and Thursday tuul there will no doubt IKS "a big crowd to hear them Thpladies of Raymond are looking forward uith some excitement to the spring opening 'nt .the High Art Mil- incry Store on Friday, 20th. General Teaming7 When you require your gardens ploughed, your yards cleaned up, cellars dug, or 'any other teaming Jone, SEE or phone 201, or !rop a post card in the office, your order will receiveour prompt atten- tion. COAL must be paid for m delivery. Residence and stable 3ast of barracks. VVM. TAYLOR, Letlilnridge First-class Cafe IN TIBER I0m DINING ROOM Short Order Between Meals OARKOLL OLD MAIDS GET MARRIED Buffalo, March of his congregation were urged by Rt. Rev. Charles Henry Colton? Roman Catholic Bishop of Buffalo, to'obtain husbands by prayer. The bishop's ac- tion is in line with the following re- cently promulgated by Pope Pius X: "It is timely to remark that persons of marriagable age, and who feel .no .vocation to th'c religious life, should conscientiously consider the advisa- bility and the duty of entering the r married state (for duty it surely is i for the larger part of the human fam- I and for this reason they should" I pray God to send them suitable" part- ners and direct them their choice." A QUEBEC Quebec, March Belgian wo-! man named Vaureich, about 25 years i was found dead in today at the hotel here under peculiar (.SYNOPSIS OF COAL'MINING REG- ULiATIONS Coal mining rights of tne Dominion the'Coleman brethren for I t ,truc 'brotherly love and Uhc-'icplendid way in which he rand ,0rgamzed; Return Christian feeling Vhich.cannot be ex-.J Ih6 bthor had be.n" treated. to Sold BroJ J. 'A.'Young of Ontario, gavel' tuted Colenian was- insti- a fine address, which he exhorted Creek, March and ited -in 'the -afternoon with full-re-} the brethren, ttic Mrs- Archie McLean entertained a large number' of their friends -on night.- The evening was circumstanccs.-' The woman arrived at the hotel last night accompanied j by two men, one Belgian named Loorej and another, man from Levh. Manitoba, Saskatchewan. Alberta, latter himself, ami the the Yukon -Territory, the North-West woman as man and wife. Territories and British Colunroia, may the woman was found the [be leased, for a term "of twenty-one man from Levis was missing but was I years yul an annual rental of. an prrosted later by Detective' acre. Not more than acrea "will Loore also was arrested. J be leased to one'applicant, Application for a lease must be BLAME THE TARIFF [made to the Agent or Sub-Agent of ln ion Woollen Manafacluring company plied are galia ami-the. beautiful _of! candidates, to-remain -steadfast, to the- order by'E. Brown, G.-'Odd Fellowship, if they lived up T. It. jto the obligations just taken "by j in "dancing, cards t and games, G.H., of Pincher Creck both of the1 them. they would from tho; expressions the. j1.015'naf accKlecf into voluntar assisted' by never regret thc solemn'vows they guests, 'all had excellent time liquidation. According to E. A. Rol J. D.D.G.M., of proving that" Mr. and Mrs. McLean erl> the managing diiector. the recer ley; Hale. J. A.} o'clock the Grand Officers Oakvillc', GTL. of nnd visiting brethren repaired to'tbe whose mills are has decided at ,St. Beauhar-i ln surveyed territory the land go into voluntary' must be doscribed by sections, or le- gal-subdivisions of sections, and in know hov; to please ,thcir guests. Thc party .broke up Dearly Saturday Ontario; ,1. A. Tully. Pttcific Hotel, where a sumptuous re-, morning erborough, R. Dudley, r.G..'past prepared by the Colcman ifount Fcmie. Lodge No. 47. Lodije" for the visitors. Thc supper Tri'thy evening at "the Eagles Hall consisted of turkey, hamt salads, a-.service long lo be j fruits, layer raisons, nuts, etc., attend etc., and everything was delicious, as cd by nil tha pomp and brilliancy of t Always is on such occasions, when the era were mine Patterson Creek orchestra intend to give another of, their popular Quadrille Club L dances on Thursday of this week. These are enjoyable gs and deserve the patronage of all. and his'goocii The base ball enthusiasts the fnto beautiful thc in hand. .After the' of this fraternal'visitors hud institiitTun. Seldom has a new lodge' man. witn" the good things provided, town got together and organfzed for replenished the. inner .coming- season. They have a Rob- FOR SALE 160 acres, improved, 1-1 miles north of Lethbridge, G miles north of Diamond City per acre, half cash, bi'lance to suit; or spot cash. 160 acres 4 miles enst of town, per acre, half caah, balance to suit; or spot cash. No water right.) I acre, Lot 16, on McKillop street. North Ward, cash. Apoty Box 331 Lethbridje Post Office WANT ADS 2jc. one Insertion. 6 Insertions j FOR SALE CHEAP 1GO acres all fenced, half mile front- i age on stream, good house "and j outbuildings. For particulars, apply H.A.Y., Lethbridgc, Alta. 7200 FOR SALE A VIOLIN, an excellent- instru- ment, in fiist class.condition. Worth 570. Will sell at considerable 're- duction. Apply Box T, Herald Office. 78-6-p uusurveyed tenitory the tract appli-1 depression following upon the set-jcd for shall be staked out. backs administered to the Canadian Each application must be acconi- woollen business by preferential [panied by a fee of which will bo tariff is responsible for the action j refunded if the righU applied for are taken. not available but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the mer- A SWEDISH LUTHERAN COLONY chantable Output the mine at tht Spokane, Wa.h., March 19.-Mar- j ratc (lf live cents ton' cas Arntzcn and Louis K. "Robsrgl Every lessee of coal mining have bought 320 acres, of Ipnd 20 mites which are not being operated shall j of ag0( to cxtont of onc-quaiter SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH WEST HOMESTEAD REGU- ULATIONS Any even numbered siectwn of Do- i minion lands in Manitoba, Saskatch- ewan and Alberta, excepting 8 and 2G, not reserved, be homestcad-" any person who id the sole head ,of, or any male over IS LOST Wednesday night irvthe- North Ward, a nevr Battenburg lace collar and a new white silk veil. Finder please return to Mrs. C. A. Cooksley's millinery store. 79-6 N FOR 'SALE Counter and show cases at present in use in Johnston's drug store. 79 6 WANTED SERVANT once a general servant wanted. Apply to Mr.s. Frank Colpnmn. 81-O WANTED A SADDLE HORSE, for lady, either for sale; or rent. Apply Herald Office. Sl-O HORSES FOR SALE for sale. Apply to Co. 7. E. Mason-Land 81-6 furnibh the district Agent of Domin- good staff ot officei's and with pio- started off healthy membc" with such a large, and ;thc candidates did likewise, and need- f management of the material here, ibc-ship, ami Coleman lec-s to say each and everyone ihould have an A 1 ball 'team. Lodge is to be congratulated. .If.i.s'oughly the'supper: j Pincher Creek would like to the third'largest'ever'started berta. There "were seven card TELEPHONES AT" EDMONTON bers. There" G. P." Porter, of L-istowcli LodgeT rison, Xo. 21, of. Ontario, who was T elected Xobks Gnind, which selection Plant Beins Government System 'for Strath cona Edmonton, portion the Vice-Grand; W.-G. Wilson, Rcc.- proposed Southern Alberta league, with Lethbridgc, AfcLeod, Clares- holm, "etc. The secretary has writ- ten Mr. Eckfetrom about it and hope to get into the proposed' league. An example of good faith in the future of Pincher Creek was demon- strated last week when Robins G. Stafford the.LorjmcV plant in thc ycnrs Rgo ftnd goW Qnl haye de_ more or northwest of Spokane, will establish Swedish col- 1 ion Lands with a sworn statement to j Application for entry mimt be mudc in pert on by the applicant at a Do-; minion Lmids Agency or Sub-Agoncy Minnesota. ony, to bs srtilorl by colonists from) that effect at least once in each year. The lease will include the coal mining rights only, but the j for District in which the land is j be peimitted to purchase I Coal, Ice and available surface-rights may be con- i sidcrcd necessary for the working of Sec.; N. B. Finn, F.S.; J. O. -Tfonald, P.G., Trcas.; T. Thompson, I.G.; H. Clay Warden. The bal- ance of thc officers arc: S. Aitken, O.G.; Haysom, Conductor; James Hilling, U.S.X.G.; John Dav- ics; L.S.X.G.; D.. F. Kennctly, R-S.V. ho were in the livery business here" G.; A. 3 IlayiMS, R.3.S.; W. Watson, "Rev. K. H. Thomns new telephone building by that com- pany-'before Christmas is-being re-" moved today and taken to the city warehouse. Though the Canadian machine company have been written i to on several-occasions in reference j Geberdt hag soM his -to the removal of their plant'no word] fhas been received in reply, arid thc I cided to re-turn. They bought lots and will erect a fir-jt class- livery barn. We wish them success and wel- i come them back. DRAYING To all parts ot the city Office Balmoral TEL.E PH ON E 63 tlie mine at .the rate of ?10 an acre. j For full information application should be made to the Secretary of situate. Entry by proxy may, how- ever be made at an "Agency on. certain conditions by the father, daughter, brother or sister of in- tending homesteader. Tlie homesteader is required to pcr- HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE An eight room and lot for in Xortli "Wrtrd: Easy terms. A ply to F. E. Mason Land Go. 81-6 WANTED UJN1XG ROOM GIRL. -Apply at thc 'Windsor- Hotel. 83-2 the Department of the Interior, Ot- form, the homestead duties under onp! {tnwa, or any Agent or Sub-Agent "of of the following plans: Dominion Lands. (1) At least six months' residence- CORY, jnpon and cultivation of the land ii; Dfputy Minister of the Interior, each year for three publication of i this advertisement will''not :be paid for. S n >icity now to remove the aparatus.i r n i menLs The'cumlkUles received four dc- _groes and it was five o'clock Tuesday morning when the work WAS ended. Jlro. 1. Hale, of Macleod, presided Rccepiibly at -.the piano, singing being" impressive. intends'hoding a big auc- >E cattle and arm imple- on March 27, Iff03. We are i consists principally or the power Qf plant. The Strathcona council ft HQ was a good farmer and citizen. 1 iL I'll UlillUJl definitely decided to have the local intends returning to Ontario. jrovemment install. their new tele-t _ T _. i j i Irving, provincial health officer, nhone-svEtem." They have also de-j f v s---" was horo last weok on his tour of cided to hava tho Strowget similar to [inspection. He reported very favor- ?l V 4 V VoA. V what is b-inc put on in Edmonton- fc ably on the sanm.ry condition of our nnd thus oommunication can be car- The mbsrti Railway and Irrigation Company Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THE MARKET A homesteader may, if desires, perform the required resi- dence duties by living on fanning _________________________ land owned solely by him, not IPS? than., nighty (30) acros in extent, in the .vicinity of his homestead. Joint I of lanft will not moot thi> I j requirement. (3) If the father (or mother, if the father is deceased) of a homesteader permanent re.sidencc on farming hand owned solely by him, not less than eighty (80) acres in extent, in lithe vicinity of the homestead, or up-S NOTICE In the matter of Chapter 6 of the Statutes of Alberta, 1907, an Act 'res- pecting assignments and preferences by insolvent person's, and in the mat- ter of Frederick Charles Cooke, in- solvent debtor: N'OT ICE IS .HEREBY GIVEN that by Indenture made Under and by tue of the .said Act, dated the 9th of March, A. D., 1907, the said Freder- ick Charles Cooke, has assigned all personal property, real estate, crc'iliLs and effects, claims and de- mands, and debts due him, to me, thc undersigned in trust for the benefit of his creditors. Dated at the City of Lethbndge.'in the Province of Alberta, this 14th day of March A. D. 1903. T. E. TATTESON, Assignee. Tho initiation were cpn- on as if thc two cities were one.. CHINA CABINETS Arc a most nscfnl piece of household furniture. they sniarten up a room. good china and cjlass ware is r safe wid you can: see it. This store- isr making a splendid showing m these TW rf W TALKS i town. and ifts. Geo. of thc week end in Ptuohcr i Creek, the guests of -Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Hyde. John Brown and niece Miss Es- of Mountain Mill are in town} I today. 5 Cyr has returned from hisj Leas torn trip and brought his bride ill him. We "welcome them to ii Pincher Creek.- Miss O'Xeil, a graduate of Chieago iiobl- of-Training for Nurses...irfiv- on Tuesday to accept the position assistant nurse- in the Memorial I hospitsl here. NOTICE J: S. pt'iinis and Win. Pearsc of inc "Trrigntioh Company of r.v were in the city last night on Uhair back frc-m a. trip., to" Spo- kanc. Irts Nortb ot tke bilmd art lest of tetiiwter H. FROM EACH Also a few Acre Lots East of Westminster Road, each TERMS EASY Interest 6 per cent, per annum Onc-thinl cash, one-thml 0 months, balance 12 months. :liteti Iwrteartj, tita. on 'a homestead t-'ntered forhy hirrrin j the vicinity, such homesteader may j perform his own residence duties Jlivinjr with thc father (or yn ihe matter of Chapter ot the (4) The term _ "vicinity" in the two; Statutes of .Alberta, 1907, an Act prccccding paragraphs is defined assignments and prefeTcuces meaning not more thnn miles injby and in the mat- a direct line, exclusive of the width ;ter of Frodorick Chnrlcs Cooke, an of road crossed in tin-'; insolvent debtor: measurement-.-. j TAKE NOTICE that n meeting ot homesteader intending lo f creditors of the above named {perform his residence, duties in ac-i insolvent debtor for the purpose of jcordancc vrith thc nbove while living; invest isnting the afiairs of. the said parents.or on farmiiiR.Innd own-i insolvent and the giving of instruc- ted by himself must notify the Agent: tions, etc., to the Assignee and for [or the district of such intention. other business na may properly Six months' notice in writing before the said meeting will be given to tho Commissioner of bo held nt the oftlce. of Far- minion Lands at Ottnwn, of intention Harris, Bftrris'.er, in thc City of to npply for potent. Lethbridge on the 24th dsy W. W. CORY. of-March'A. D. 1903, at the hour of Deputy or the Minister of o'clock in the afternoon. Interior. j Datc-d at Lethbridge Aforesaid, this publication ofii4th day of March A. D. 1903. W-l Ithis will not be-paid j T. E, ?ATTE90N, ;