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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 23, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LITHtHIDOl, AuJf MARCH ft, (Ml ROYAL TEA ESTABLISHED IN THE IEIGN OF KING WILLIAM IV. Have the largest Sale of any high-grade Tea in the World SOLD ONLY IN IZES 60c. 5010 ONLY IN 5EM.EDTIN5 Iff ft'.! IZES Exclusive Agents: The Bentley Company Limited, Lethbridge TELEPHONE 33 Prompt Delivery M How Much Do You Wish to Pay for a Spring Suit? 5 to -is "the Fit-: (Lefdrm range of marks the lowest marks -the any man A a h o u 1 d-p ay. 'Fit- vl Reform Suits at i 5 -mean, reliable handsome patterns, fit correctr styles. Fit-Reform Suits at, 35 are the' finest that Fit-Reform" that the finest in Canada. No matter what price you pay, the Fit-Reform trademark guarantees satisfaction'. McKELVIE McGUIRE Sole Agents fof ho interdiction of postcards ridieul- g the Irish race. A' '.leputation of Ontario Liberals at Ottawa asked for an increased duty n ]'Uk. SASKATCHEWAN V C. Howland, president of the Development Co., was Od up in New York by u woman and robbed. -f BRITISH COLUMBIA Part'of the American fleet will visit Vancouver. It is denied that Lieut. Governor Dunsmuir purposes selling out his in- terests in -Britih. Colurnbin. .QUEBEC A move -is being made to reduce the" number' of licenses in Quebec city to 77. J. Daigles, ex-M.P.P. for Verctieres, ii dead. I. T. Wotherspoon, K. C., Mont- real, is dead. Rev. H. P. Plumtre, rector of St. George's, Montreal, and former Derm of Wycliffe, wil leave in May to live in-England. Wesstmount merchants have been given two weeks to fake down sign boards'and stop bill-posting. ALBERTA new public school will soon bo ready for occupancy. A son was born to M. S. McCarthy, M. P. for Calgary, at Ottawa. Winnipeg are opening a branch" in Edmonton.' SPORTING NOTES A, Bonnett, "seciviary of the Cen- tral Association Football league and ionor yf the Uenneu .shield, which or Al- ta, has invitations to the various football .clubs in the jiro- "ince asking them to joiu a provin- cial football league. Last year various leagues" of tlio province.-" had a lively scrap'as to which was it. As most of the .leagues like the Albcr- Crow's. Nest I'ass' League all had'endings more or loss inglorious last year, it is to be hoped that they will stall over-again by forming one provincial league and accept'.of ..Mr. Dennett's handsome shield as the championship trophy. 'SCHOOL" AT COALDALE Trustees Over Wor't Com- the Lethbridge Auction Mart. assssssssssssssssssssaBSMi' have some special bar- gains this week. They in- clude Solid Oak Suite of 5 handsome Extending Dining Table, Solid Brass .etc. We solicit the-favor of an enquiry from you. We arc open to pur- -chase..second-hand furniture stoves, etc. Gibbon -TELEPHONED (CANADA AT A GLANCE] ONTARIO The Clinton Machinery Co. has as- signed. rv r i Colling wood liquor "sellers have to pay a license of year: Mitchell is after a Dominion post- office building. ;Kx-Ald. Jesse is dead. Samuel-Parr, a merchant of "Black- stock, comimttexl'Jsuicide in' "'Fred Underbill, "has withdrawn as Liberal' candidate for the Legislature in York.- Rev.-A. F. of Dnnville, Que., has been called to the pastorate of Cobourg Congregational, church. -.Trinity Anglican church, Merrick1- ville, is to be taken down and re- placed by a handsome new structure. Reeve W. H. Pugsley, of Richmond Hill, has been asked to stand as Conservative candidate for the House _of Commons in Centre York. "A new Methodist church is to be built at'Meaford. A' crop' of bushels, of alsike harvested by R: Craig, lessee of the Colonel Tyrwhitb farm near Brad- ford; 60 bushels brought per bu- shel, in all, the balance boing kept for seed. Sarnia Council pnssed a by-law em- powering the police to compel any driver to weigh his load of coal on the town' scales. A "fine 6t if the weight is short. Stationmaitvf W.'H: Til- lonsburg, retired on a pension after 30 years' service with the 'G.T.R. Twenty Ripley citizens- took turns drawing the rough box containing the coffin of the late Annie B. McLood through the fields to Huron ceme- tery. A _Manitoulin-Island cut at' Maple-.Point, measured. 5 feet across at the butt, and 45 inches at the top, and cut up into 2 426 feet'of lumber. Gait is the home of J. Lockson'a Plymouth Rock, in the despatches" as being responsible for the champion 3-8 'x-6 3-8 and weighing 4 1-8 ounces. 1 Principal of the" '.Renfrew High School, was fined and costs Eor-whipping "severely and-unwisely" the fourccn year old son of-Sheriff Dempsey. The boy- refused -to-obey the-teachens orders and then "refused to "submit to'punishment, saying his mother and brother had advised him not to allow the master to whip him. Mortimer, for 25 years report- er on the. Guelph Mercury, is dead. "Kenora Board .is encour- aging the use of electric cooking uten- sils. Brockvillc Board of Health finds it cannot alter the law allowing child- rtn to attend schools who have not a certificate of successful vaccination or insusceptibility to it. Mrs. Minnie Turner, charged with committing a criminal operation was acquitted by a Toronto jury. Archbishop O'Connor, of Toronto has decided to retire. Bishop Scol- lard, of Sault Ste. Marie, will likely be his successor. Sovereign- Bank shareholders will not get-more tKan 50 cents on the dol-! lar, the Alaska Central railway' not being "worth more than 20 cents on the dollar. The attendance at London Collegiate Institute In October, 1907, was 771, the greatest in its History. The Men's Association of SL' An- drew's Presbyterian, will establish a yourtf mon's club in Hintonburg; with a pool room in con- nection. t A the A. 0. H. waited on.'-Hon. R. Lcmieux asked for A BUDGET FROM COWLEY New Bank Removal of School j Cowley; March "Wednesday evening in the Presbyterian church in the presence of a large assemblage Miss Lily Courtney, daughter of Mr. Courtney of Lundbreck, was married to McR itchier third, son of- Mr. well known resi- dent of the district. The cercmony by Rev. G. Hamilton. The bridesmaid was Miss May Belle sister of thq groom, and the -groom was supported by Mr. Thos. Shepherd. The happy couple took the 10 o'clock train for the east amid a shower of 'rice and to the ac- companiment of v a miscellaneous as-: aortmentof musical and non-musical instruments, provided by the small boys. On their return Mr. and Mrs. McRitchie will- reside -on the home- stead. Rev. Mr. Mowat is conducting a series of religious meetings during Lent.' On alternate -weeks a number of excellent lantern slides bearing on some biblical subject arc shown and form the basis of a talk.- The first series dealt with Milton's "Paradise Lost." The second series presented this week, showed some views of the Holy Land. They are proving quite attractive and instructive. Aunumber of our citizens.addicted to the pleasures of dancing attended Coaldale, March llcArthnr and Arthur Stewart the American Farming Co. have arrived after a few weeks return to their old home town of llottineau, A. district school mooting was held on "Saturday 'at UK- home'of Mr. II. A. Suggitt. decided to form a di.strict and three trustees were I elected: George' Heighc.s, Duncan Sin- clair, and Wm..Muir. Thi.s was all that could he cbmpleu-d at the meet- ing, xtntil the of educa-' tion is conferred with. A a ferry across the river north of'here has been circulat- ed among the sutt'ers, he-re and ac- ross the river. It was- well respond- ed to and a large nmnber.-jbi signaj- Uircs" ware'received, and it is ,to be hoped thai the department of public works will favorably consider the pc- Ijtic- as the coimtrjvnorth of the river is being settled fast, ami there are no facilities for reaching it from the "railroad yet. and IIrs. Kdgar .Jones, of Leth bridge, spent -Sunday at the- oi her parents, Mr. George Ileighcs. CHAMPION FEED MILL Grain gronnd for Feed F. SEFTO N Cor. London and Westminster Rd. FOR SALE 160 acres, improved, 14 urilcs north of Lethbridge, Gj miles north of Diamond' City, per acre, hair cash, balance io suit; or spot cash. 160 acres 4 miles ea-st Of town, 'pfer acre, half cash, balance to suitr or spot cash. water right.) I acre, Lot 1C, on McKillop .street, North 1Ward, S cash. 87-2 Apply Box 33! Lethbridge Post Office Geo.Tayhr, Florist 650 Bar tie tt Street Odersjleft'for Easter cut flowers1 before April 12th promptly filled Place order 'now as vre can- not promise orders to he .filled after that date. Coalclale, March Thomas Patching is in the hospital mi Lcth-" hridge" with .stomach has been decided that an operation is She will he operated on necessary. Sauirday. A largo amount- .of grain is being shipped from both by the fitms. The cars today. Coaldule Elevator nt present; and private elevator is load five Mr. 'W. if. Fawsori has Pioneer Goal IS ON THE MARKET AH Orders Strictly Attended to Must be Paid on Delivery JHIES Mm Prop. Ranch FOR. SALE GOOO Acres with worth ot improvements. Has to be sold at once. -----i---------Sec--------------- J. T. McKINNEY Room I, Whitney Blk. WANT ADS 25c. one Insertion, G BUSINESS FOR SALE FOR Feed 'and Boarding Stable. Dray line in con- nection in' live town or six'hundred div Prince Albert Canadian Northern. Would consider live stock for part. Box W., Herald Office. 87-26 FOR SALE YOUNG HORSE; good driver. Ap- ply City Bakery. 87-0 FOR SALE PIANO, in first class condition. Ap- ply City Bakery. 67-0 LOST A PAIR of ladies' sealskin gaunt- lets. Please leave "at HiginbothamV Drug Store. TWO Block. TO RENT OFFICES in Higinbotham: WANTED HOUSEKEEPER by April 1st on a farm near New Dayton. Wages por month. Address John C. :Hein- xelman, Stirling, Alta. 86-6 WANTED SERVANT WANTED-At a- good general servant wanted. Apply to Mrs. Frank Colpmnn. 81-O WANTED A SADDLE HORSE, for lady, either for sale or rent. -Apply Herald Office. 81-0 WANTED Position as housekeeper on a. ranch. Apply Box >L, Herald Office. 65-2-p sold a large part of grain to thu government for free distribution as seed grain. The C.P.K. has shifted its employ- ees, again, and the former operator, Sals, ut Tuber, lias been transferred to Coaldale, and the. operator here, Sienrd, has been laid oflf. The" C.P.: H- has just completed a freight sta- tion and platform here. :V The contract has bftca'Icl for a 'house for II. A. S.uggitt a half mile- west of here- It- will a .modern Coal, Ice and IDRAYING To all parts oi the ciiy Office opposite Balmoral TEUEPHONE 63 Walsh ft Peebles a masquarade ball at Blairmore on! residence costing ubpufe Tuesday evening. Among them were Mr. and Mrs. Griffiths of the Alberta Mrs. E. Day, Mr. J. Smith, Mr. Ed. Groves. Mr. Heights' health is: improving} and ho will ho a Mo to out again in a few rlnys. A school Mr. troves. i A school imvtjng .will ix> held -here j The. district is in the throes of n f the 21st for the purpose of electing j discussion of the advisability of the thrcn and decide the location i The sewing ma- chine value in Cnnkim. It is an kleal family tewing machine, fully guamr-tectl. All our customert who bought thra machine -have ient their friends around. Just another il- lustration of what buying and selling for cash will do Tin Tvfta hnRit to removal of the school house -within the town limits. A special meeting of the ratepayers has been" called in response'to a request from ten rate- pa yers', to be held in the school house, on Tuesday next at" 1 p.m., when the various arguments pro and con will bo 'The staff of the. Union Bank of Canada here_ has been reorganized i u> the apointinent oi Mr. Patterson] from Calgary, formerly of Ont., as manager. of a school house for the district, John Xt-ison of Knox, X, is visitincf the home of "Mr. Thomas M. 13.-Wilsoii. one of the largsJ'ar- niers of the disdict is hero from his I home in Duluih. Minn. .John Cann has chnrgo of his farm for the! coming season. IIICI UttlMIE, IIITIEUT rtuimiuui cmci ROOFING CORNICE WORK SKYLIGHTS FURNACE WORK A SPECIALTY IN 1MIS IT IN ijM IfH SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST HOMESTEAD REGU- ULAT IONS Any-even numbered section of Do- minion lands in Manitoba, Saskatch- ewan and Alberta, excepting 3 and 20, hot reserved, may' be homestead' ed who is the .sole head of a family, "or any male over 18 years of age, to tlie extent of one-quarter section of ICO acres more or less. Application for entry must be made i in person by the''applicant at a Do- minion Lands "Agency or 'Sub-Agency for tho district in which the hi ml'is by proxy may, how- ever bo made sit an Agency on certain I "the father, mother, son, j brother or sisU-r an in- i tending hoinestcJicler. The homesteadt-r is required to per- form the homestead duties umior one of the following plans: (1) At least six months' residence upon and cultivation of the land in each year for three years. (2) A'.homesteader..may, if he so desires, perform the required resi- dence duties by living on fanning hind owned soMy by him, not less than eighty (SO) .icres in extent, in the vicinity of his .homestead. Joint ownership of In ml will not mct'-l this requirement. (3) If the (or mother, if the WANTED Position or office by man with several years experience. -'Well Known in Lethbridge. Apply Box S., Herald Office. -'85-6-p FOR SALE On and alter March 3lst, at Fur- man's liverj' stable, .20 of well broken work horses, 'weighing from up: 86-0 FOR SALE Light" bolster spring wagon, double- trees, neckyoke, brake and two spring seals, complete: 'cash. Apply Howard Case Co., City. 86-6 SYNOPSIS OF COAL' MINING REG- ULATIONS Coal mining rights of trie Dominion in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, .Alberta, thu Yukon Territory, the North-Weet Territories and British Colurrroia, be leased for a term of twenty-one years at an annual rental of an acre. Not more than acres will be lensed to one .applicant. MILK RIVER NOTES He has assumed to Fifteen Houses Erected for1 charge of the Ttenk's branch and] Price for Land Mr. Lukehart, temporarily in has retumetl to Calgary. Mr. Schies- Carl :emains as accountant for the tin lite present. Mr. J. E. Davisbn, has been spending the winter with his wife i moved who purchased Milk. Hiver township, land i family. Kllort. ______ from Gjcncoe. 3iinn.. is and family at his old home in lho wnv Milk River district to town on Friday with h5s lo locftlc On lrtnd morning. His face nncV Agnrc arc plirchased then-, familjar to everybody in the vicinity, jn tho, township east of Milk River he having the first comev and! townsite, ihrro have been twelve to founder of Cowley. jnftoen houses put, up for settlers i within the !ftsi thirty-dnys." A section nml a hah' j The weather in Warner a'nd Milk NUIT S SOQLSQI Applicntion for a lease must made to the Agent or_Sub-Agent of the district ia which- jfnthor is docoa.s.-d) of a homestenderfphwl for ftrc [has pormanonl, roHid.-iico on! Iu survcj-ed territory. jland uwuorl by htm, r.nt loss' bc described by wctiona. or jthhn oiplity (80) acres in f-xtont, in.'P1- subdivisions of aectiona, and in the vicinity of the homestead, or up- j territory the tract appli- }0ii ;t cntorcd for by him in lcd {or shall be staked out. the vicinity, such homostondcr may' .Each application1 mustL.vbe. perform his own residence duties by i panied by a fee which will be living with the fathor (or jrofunded if the rights .applied lor I (4) The term "vicinity" in the twoj-not available but noC otheirwiM.-' A proceeding paragraphs is defined MS I royalty shall be paid moaning not more than nine inilos in j output ol the mine at tht linn, exclusive of tho width i "ve cents per ton. i :of road allownncos crossed in "the! Every lessee of coal mining rifhb which are not being operated Plnmbftrs', Steam and Hot Water Fitters furnish the district Agent of All work attend- ed to nnd guaranteed lock feidaf IM sf -1 rruifNnn uvoi farm, twelve miles from Lcthbridpo FUNERAL G. ADD I SON Blairmore, Alta. measurement. (5> A homesU-ndrt1 intending t perform his residence duties in nc- ion Lrmds with a sworn Rtatenent to j cordance-writh tho above while living that effect nt least once in each year, parents or on farming land own-; The lease will include jod by himself must notify tho Agent 'mining rights only, but I for the district of such intention. i be permitted to purchase whatever Six months' notice in surface rights may coo- given to the Commissioner of Do-jaidcred necessary for the working of i minion Lands at Ottawa, of intention i the mine at the rate of f 10 an to apply for patent. For full information application i W. CORY, should be made to the 8ecretar7