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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 20, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta 28, t RIDCWAYStrTEAS ESTABLISHED IN THE IMG N OF KING WILLIAM IV. i j V Hove the largest Sale of any high-grade Tea in the World re SOtD ONLY IN SEALED TINS IN Wvft.l SIZES Exclusive Agents: f he BentleyCompany Limited, Lethbridge TELEPHONE 35 Prompt Delivery: 444444444444 4 444444 4 M M M 4 4 4 4 4 f i t i i i i i i a i t i m t m H-I i t tun 111 M 1t11111 it ONLY EIGHTEEN of those Lots Left CASH and A MONTH i H. MACBETH AGENCY j i i i n n i ii 1111111 i 11111 ii 11111111 M ii in ii i For Saturday V LADIES'NIUHT DRESSES, madeioffiue quality Cambric trimmed_with lace amr einbrouleiyr- Full sizes. Our regular gown; bnt'going orr t CHAINED TO HIS FATHER Strange and Pathetic Coincidence in a Washington Town March father, the youth was not aware that the man manacled to him 13 his parent. Benjamin Con- nors and his 18-year, old son, Orvell Connors, were, the central figures at Wenatchee, Wash., west of Spokane, a few days ago. They were convicted and sentenced to serve indetermin- ate terms for horse stealing and sell- ing-a stolen horse. The tried at Waterville, Douglas county, while his sire was convicted in Chel- an. county. The former broke jail several times and was'sent to Wena- tchee for eafe-keeping. After the el- der Connors was sentenced, follow- ing a plea of guilty, he told the jail- er that the boy in the cell with him was his son. Cohnord confided to tiKrofuciuls- that lie was married in Iowa. 19 years ago and left his wife -six months after their wedding day. Ho learned that a'child was b'orh to the deserted wo- man, but he never saw the boy until he was locked in the same cell with him. companions in jail the man and the boy related their ex- >erieuces, and upon close inquiry- Connors learned that the'boy his oil. He did not tell the boy. They KOOTENAY LAND SLIDM TO LAKE Revelbtbke, March One Saturday nt. BATHLTOWBLS-50 pair bleached and impeached Bath Towels, soft finishj size 40x20. regular 40crvalue. t On Saturday we will clear'iliese out I Hudson's Bay Co. >y Bainey Esterbrook', JIAguard, who promised the old man he lieclose his identity to the boy, who occupies a cell in the tier above his lather'. v A MOUSTACHE CLUB One Formed by the Young Men Idaho of Spokane, Wash'., .March shave, or not to shave, is. the question of the moment among the'young men _ of Troy, Idaho, southeast of Spokane. Fifteen of them recently .prganixed themselves as foresters of hirsute de- corations, pledging each other-not to permit ,a razor blade to pass- over the upper-lip until June 1, the pen- alty being hata for of the men, also a stag dinner for' the party. Now come the young wpmen, like the Helens'of ancient Troy, and deolirs. ,thcy verse nor hands with' the knight er- rants until the shall have pas- sed into history and the upper lips are shaven clean. rigid ostra- cism is imposed upon all "members of the moustache club, as veil as the independent' elements of eligible bachelorhood in the town of Troy. While the action -'of the young wo- men has caused some uneasiness the members of the.., club are yet firm in their resolutions. WILL OPEN MORE BRANCHES IN -.THE STATES _ WILL IT EVER BE BUILT Ottawa, Ont., March Com- mons railway committee yesterday re- ported a bill granting extension of time to the Trans-Canada company to start and complete its proposed line from Quebec to the Pa- cific coast. "March, banking days, _ in 31 inneapolis are brought to mind by the statement that the Bank'bf Montreal in- augurate a more'expansive policy, as a result of which it will open more branches in the United States a'nd on thc continent of Europe, to take ad- vantage of its opportunities to deal with exchange. It is intended to op- all American, change can be worked up. 'Both the banks of Montreal nhd Nova. Scotia. had..bnmches in through the eighties and-up to Forgan MelJeod represented one ,of the hanks, and it, was in 1888 tha from the firm become caidxicr-of tho Northwest cm Notional. The name then be- came ifcLcod Waters. Tho branches were in operation nt a time when .the Cana- dian" banks were lending large sums to assist the northwestern crops. Business1 relations arc now sustained the Bank of Montreal with thc Northwestern 'Nationalj and it is not expected that n branch will be opened as" the bank as eqipp- ctl" to" 'traiusnct'the business" ns' it has for thr oc_dQTS___The of the. most events, that has taken" Arrowhead dis trict'.for and one which has-: set' the people in the vicinity thinking out of causes oc- curred night in the Arrow- head Without any warning or premonition 'nearly six acres of land in Shelter Bay under the lee of Bannock" the west shore of Arrow Lake' suddenly subsided into the .watefAthe suction caused the sin king of this "vast" mass ol earth and t.? rock as Jt creating a large whirl- pool large tidal wave which swept 'up the, shore carrying all before -it -Tho 'receding flow rolled back across the -lake and broke upon the beach at Galena Bay, hurling the pile of logs- which -were on the water's edge, some distance inland. Fortunatelymo live-, lost, but team of horses belonging to the BOAV- HOME FOR THE BUFFALO Washington, March to- day introduced a bill setting aside acres of land. in the FlatheacV Indian reservation, near the conflu- ence of the Pond D'Orevillc end tht Jacob rivers, for a permanent na- tional bison range for a herd of buf- falo to be presented by the "American Bison society. The bill appropriates as pay- ment to the Indians for the lands set aside'and for the .care of the range by the agricultural depart- A DERELICT DESTROYER First of structed Ever Con- M. P.'S SCRAP Conmet SKock Fist Under David Nose Conmee, M.P., Port Arthur'and Henderson, M. P.. Hahun, had an angry altercation in the railway committee of- the Com- mons this morning over Fort William terminal railway company's bill. Conmee shook his fist under Hender- sons' nose and accused the member for Halton' of uttering a cowardly He aid insulting. Henderson said to show he was not -a coward he would' repeat his statement tomorrow, which had reference to Great Lakes dredg- ing Company and water front at Foir't William. Newport, "N. Y., March United States derelict destroyer Sen- eca, was successfully launched at the yards of the Newport shipbuilding and company today.- The Seneca is the first craft of her type ever constructed and 'was especially designed by the engineers of the rev- enue cutter service. She will be com- pleted in July, and her mission will be" to patrol ,the 'north Atlantic coast and destroy derelicts and other wreck- age. To that end she will be ped with'magazines for high explo- man Lumber Co. hud only a half an j sives to be used in blowing up wrecks. hour before th'e deluge passed over were taken to Walla "in irons this a mile of the 'RAILWAYS DON'T- LIKE IT Bill at Ottawa Placing Rtsponsibility For r Damaged Goods Ottawa, March Senator Jauipbell's. bill to prevent shipping companies from putting a clause in of lading which excuse them ronf responsibility r for goods damag- ed transit, -cume before" the Senate bunking and commerce committee to- day, Campbell claimed that similar measures of protection been, obtained ''iii the United' States and that as a result American could obtain, -more favorable grates, of in- surance than Canadian goods. Mr. Goldie representing -the- Do- minion Association and C. B. representing tha Toronto board of trade su ported the bill. Bowman" Company's wagon road is the cause of the slide has not jjeon ascertained, "most lively ono is that thet waters of theLittle, Fish Creok. which eraty into the lake "at this point, has ,soakcd through the ground and un- 'dermined the "section of tlie land which" was engulfed on Friday. It has been generally acknowledged fact that abounds in this sec- tion extending amund Arrowhead to I .Comaplir and all along the eastern] shore past is quite possible that this gas had accumulated in some- subterranean The vessel is also. equipped with a complete towing apparatus and she will ,be able valuable aid to vessels in distress. Geo.Tayhr, Florist 650 Bartlett Street O'ders left'for Easter, cut flowers before April 12th promptly tilled Place your order now as we can- not promise orders to be filled after that date. GETTING BUSY AGAIN Montreal, March was stated in financial circles that the C. P. R. authorities had decided to commence work at the Angus shops in full', .swing taking back all employees tem- porarily off and will also .in- crease the staff and rush the work- all year. Pioneer Coal IS ON THE MARKET All Orders Strictly Attended to Cash Must be Paid on Delivery JUQ mm: Representatives v of steamship railways -and tunnel, caused by and the extreme the slip of strata. pressure upon it ine association little time to the bill. This was agreed to and-the hearing adjourned. TO REFORM THE INDIANS Washington, March sec- retary 'of the interior .today recom- mended to Congress that it authorize the department'to-refuse patents to Indian allotees r ho persistently vio- late the Federal laws regarding the attendance of their children at, school and for drinking. The secre- rs: "The worst evils the de- cause'd combustion which resulted in" the upheaval of the 'ravine of Shelter Bay and ended in the submerging of the tract of the. theory of natural gas is a feasible one still it is more likely that the .undermining of the, land by means water was the. direct cause of the phenomenon. A similar case but_on a 'far larger. icale and of volcanic" origin, occur- red in the East Indes in the Straits of Sunda in 1832, when a new tract _cxMand .jneasur ing ;__ over-. miles square and .by many thousands of natives, suddenly sank, the volcano of near by, bsing split in halves at the same time. The tidal wave thus caused went three times round the globe. First-class Cafe TIKI; NTH mm 1001 Short'Order Between Meals CARROLL DOYLE Watch Working Alright? Is your watch keeping cor- rect time. We are apt to forget to look after the health of our timepieces un- til some symptoms warn us that all is not well. Cleanli- ness is us necessary for a for the body if health, is to .be .maintained. See to it that your watch is thoroughly cleaned dccaa- danger from .friction and consequent dis- order. Bring your watch to us and let-us ,exiimine it. C. Ross Tate The Sign of the Watch Ford St, near City Hall partment has in connection with the Indians are the survival among the parents didlike or- contempt'for the simple education of the Indiiin child and a craving- which the un- disciplined Indian has for intoxicat- ing drink." Winnipeg branches fiavc more or Jess close connections IjcciUisc of their grain tike Goo4 Good Furniture increases your self-re- spect. you can afford (o buy the nice things in oar line. Becante this is a Cftsh Store, that's the. ONLY way to hoW down the price. Ik BMC K TAUD REGOMlftEWDS OtUwa, Ont., March the upper House Senator KirchofTer, chairman of the divorce commission placed a report-from that commission recommendinf a divorce for Edith May Gilmore, of Toronto, from Alfred Robert William Gilmore, Thc rest of the sitting was taken up with a dis-J cussion of E. A. Lancaster's bill: which limits speed of trains at crossing to ten miles an hour. It husi'.beeh passed by ihe House. ADOPTS March Miss Wilhelmina Crawford, 29 years old, adopted yesterday 'in the Superior court as sou, James Butler, who is forty six. Miss Crawford, who is well-to-do says ,that Butler's -patents died when he" was" a boy. He was brought up in her father's. family and Herald Market Place Wbei yet have to idl tr to reit place it ia this coUmi if yon wait aiythfaf use this cotaM. 25 C tOC JMCrtitft i iuerliou for FOR SALE CHEAP LGO acres all fenced, half mile front- age on good stream, good- house and outbuildings.' For particulars, apply H.A.Y., 7240 WANTED SERVANT once a good general servant wanted. Apply to Mva. Frank Colpman. 81-O Worth Seeing of all we ask you to view j correct styles j Fit-Reform sets the fashions. What appears in inc rit- Rcform Wardrobe is accepted, without question, by Can- ada's well-dressed SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- -WEST HOMESTEAD REGU- ULAT1ONS Any even Lnunibered section- of Do- minion lands -in Manitoba, Saskatch- ewan and Alberta, excepting 8 and 26, hot reserved, may be homesteacl- cd by any person who id the sole head of ,1 fumily, or any mule over IS years of age, to the extent of one-quarter section" of 160 acres more or loss. Application for eiury must be made in 'person by the applicant ;it a Do- minion Sub-Agency for thc district in which the land if situate.' Entry by proxy may, how- ever be in'ude nt'-an Agency on certain conditions by the'father, mother, son. (laughter, brother or si.stcr of an in- tending homesteader. "The homesteader is required to'per- form the homestead duties under one of ,the following plans: (1) At least six months' residenct upon and ..cultivation of the land- 5r fiich year ..for three years. (2) A may, if ho so tleshvs. perform the required resi- by living on farming land "owned solely by'him, not less than tMjthty (SO) acros in extont, in i thc vicinity of his homostend. Joint j ownership of land will not meet this requirement. (3) Ti the father (or mother, if the i father is deceased) of a homesteader i has permanent residence on farming 'land owned sololy by him, not loss jihan.'eighty "nc'res in oxlont, in I thc vicinity of the homestead, or up- I on a homestead entered for by him in ;the vicinity, such 'homesteader may j perform his own residence duties by Jlivinir with'.the.father (or WANTED A SADDLE ,HORSE, for lady, either for sale or rent. Apply Herald Office. 81-O HORSES FOR SALE One team of well-matched drivers for sale. Apply to F. E. Mason Land Co. 81-6 HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE An eight room house ftnd lot for sale in North Ward. Easy terms. A ply to F. E. M-niQn Co. SI SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING REG- ULATIONS niinifsg righto 61 ifie IXmiiiiiutL" in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, the Yukon Territory, the North-West territories and British Colunrbia, may. xi leased .for a term of twenty-one .tars at an annual rental of an. icre. Not more than acres will, oe leased to one applicant. Application for a must be- made to the Agent or Sub-Agent of the district in which the rights ap- plied for are situated. In surveyed territory the land must be described by scctioha, or le- gal subdivisions of sections, and in unsurveyed territory the tract appll- ed for shall be staked but. Each application must'be accomr: panied by a fee of wiirbc refunded il the rights are not available but not "otherwise. :i A, royalty shall be paid bn.v the mer.-. chantable output of the mine at thfc rate of five cents per ton.' The It-nii vicinity in the two, l proceeding paragraphs is defined asi Every 1 ol. coal-mining'righu [meaning not more than nine miles in I which arc not being operated shall she got to entertain such ieeliug lor "-him that she to hlnr tor motherly McKELVIE McGUIRE Sole Afoto foi men. T ns