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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 24, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta L i T MB PM U E S CM 24 902 I T A 1 r, j 7 T. fV 1 rf Only 3 left tod ftiill to you want. It U difficult to decide, well AMorted atbck will help tome. AM depmrtnwmU oi Ladies' and Wear Spring at jour ser- ve. give-specUL mention of our stosk of ,LADIE8' WAISTS, phicb couUin more Urn pi ing and than you dream of- We have them iu sateen, luitrae. kiwn (finely AW and silk. Prices OUC IO For Wednesday Morning, betveeu 10 and 12 only, we tflVA 12 x for the opportunity of obtaining our quality for 75c, part of a bankrupt stock ami are easily worth to but we make the offer solely to'test I he public alertness for a good thing. Aik for Portia in tans and Aacoti in J. BROWN CO. Ltd Banquet of cf A WOMAN OF MILLIONS requiring her to DaufhUr off Httty Qrttn Wtd Millienairt ;York, MarcK The cngag e- ment wa> announced, recently of Miss Sylvia Gran. of Mrs. Uetty QTMD and beirewt to more hard cash any other girl in America, pcr- in the. world, to 3datlhew Astor great grandson of the orig- inal. Jacob. Astor, '.vho is a member of York's' most excutivc clubs a is a rich man. The da.? of the' wwHing has 'not'h.dn ed. Sylyui, Green is, no a She to exact. Slie never housework, be skillful with and to know .something about- business. She >ould huve none, but her daughter's hunbami but one, "as she expressed it who is on. the level. Mr.. Wilkcs not an interesting character. Ilo is no longer in the first bloom of his years totalling considerably more than those of his bride to be. COWLEY CHRONICLES A DtbtU With Mountain Milton the Forme pf Government March_ of thi? lU'lic-f Society was on the St. Patricks )ay. jw-eilim house yvns ily crowd as- >Cuiblod to ua'nlvcrsai y oKthc 'sb'dety. y iruich 28th, the pupils of "'tho which, was a the eaiure? of -the rondci't'd Syvernl fine rcri- iations and a dialogue by the'younger Violin duets by Mr. Urovvu's violin drill" by the Stirling brigade of sixteen boys in uniform, farce en Lit led "A Seii of which to tho even- ng's c'Uicrttiiiiuiciit. "The many beautiful by the pupils interspersed throughout, the program, reflected great credit on. Mr. Urown's musiqal and pains- taking training. The proceeds amounted to and will help to add more books to the library ha.s alieady over two himrhcd-volumes. The game of football on the squaro on Saturday 21ht, plainly showed that tlie Stir- CAVADA Lttentf issued for the use of payable in- all parts of the world. transmitted to any point by Canadian Bankers' Association Money OrderJ Draft, Bill of Exchange or 1'elegrap.U Tidnsfer, .V jf u i "j 2 JJegotiabV Paper handled on most favorable terms. AJlLOO Deposit starts a Savings Account at any which lughcbt current rate of paid LETHBRIDGE BRANCH: J, R. AruUrMfl, 1 FOR 160 acrts, Improved, U of '6 north of' Diamond Uity, cash, balance to suit; orv spot cash. acres miles oa'fit of lawn, f 23JI? half cash, balance to suit; or 120.00 spot cath.x (No wator I 87-5 the conditions pf life and tlu> envir- onment oi the-iiidUIfvent person me ling ixiu Icainmg the game. Uotli liiiymond and Sin ling did their but the score resulted Ray- mond may expect a lively game lor the return match., IT. S. Allen the. town on his way to Salt Lake and Utah. A QUESTION the- photographer on known it excites pity Some people's wheels do a of a business in ideas of phristituijty my all awry. ibis car on Sundays in violation of, They associate otheis mis- 1 the Kingdom Kum Alliance fad? ivplesent 'il. 'Apply Box 331 Post Office fcrfcet i'- race, yaa vast far SI touch wjUi ideas placed in Whnt Dullest life .bo (hfTeient. A great mmij young. pcopU' of Leth- bndgc can not -be that Chnsttaiis have more joy or in the common phrase "more KM! lun" than tlu'V? They ,thmlt this life some- thing come to "die. In ftdchtion to ideas of -to cause of this. _ j. continued "if. .men only kfiew over worldly is tlii Mi_ Mcllarcly, that ftillv two- Miss Saddle Jonei, left town to of a11 Chrhuins got theh spend a ?few weeks uith her father and mother in LHuh. -4 Tho farmers are getting busy pje- paring for .spring work. A comjTauy of farmers have oidered a thirty horse power ploughing engine. start on. the, in a theic less inciiffer- cncc to .service11. ideas are icsponsible. Cpwley, March Fudoy cv ening last the regular meeting of the Literary and Jkbating Society called large crowd which comfortably filled the Presbyterian Church, the occasion being a joint debate with society of Mill. The 'bubject under discussion was "He- solved that a Constitutional Monar- chy is a better form of government than n The visitors took ihe affirmative. Owing to unavoid- able causes onl> two of their team were present and it was arranged im( part in the active-giddy whirl of Xew York or Newport so- ciety. Her own distaste for-bridge, whLst, eigarets, _ monkey parties, ami dissipation that goes with parties, of the membership c r of the golden circle has been respon- sible partly for the. semi-seclusion in she lived. Another-and- perhaps more domin- ent rcaaoti has been the fierce hatred Jlotty for titled, fortune hunters and the grim order that her daugh might not become thci prey of a continenth.1 weakling with tons of no-, ble parents and an ounce of re- T Years ago? when every boat from' Europe brought- over of the' oUl 'world JJ for-ther nagative, tocraey hud carefully, written of Ca- Sylvia and" the fnitcd States since Green might' expect some day to "in-A nnd" xrlvSt 01- Mirrehd'ers of they, should each -speak twice. E. P. Holmes opened the Imte m a speech bristling with his- torical facts and arguments based on tiwj examples of showing that the republics were unstable and that Great .Britain offered the_ cxam- and- gpv- AN UNEASY CONSCIENCE Stormont County' Confesses He Set Fire to Village To Help, His Father Brockvillc, -March Two de'struc- tive fires took place in Finch Vil- lage, Stormont county in May last, when, practically the entire business district was out. Among the stores destroyed uas one kept by a man named Lowe, L'ast night a son of this man, Philip Lowe, aged 19 years, confessed before Magistrate MeNighton, in the presence of a wit- ness, that he had started the fire. His object, he said, was to destroy the buildings of his father's cornpetitors.. Young Lowe recently joined the Holi- ness Movement church land states that an uneasy conscience led him to con- fes. He, was. taken this Cornwall, .where -he will be placed under arrest and confined in the" coun- herit half "Aunt" the'Minerva of fin- began-to shoo them away. She nuuk: it flagrantly plain; what kind of Ja man she- wanted ,for ,a son-in-, Since 'that time, "after, the. door, to the carl of and my lo'rd of "that she has repeated her sett- titnenta often. She said once; "I'd rather have ray daughter mar- ry, anj' good newspaper roan, than made by to Ttheir younger and more aggressive ri- vals, at the expense of Canada. -_ Mr. F. Doubt followed in humorous vein, making the .point that American's and "others were coining to which offeree] .the best inducements to settlers. Mr. T. U. called attention the fact that the Hepubhc was the third and final step in the evolution of government the people and-for .the people, the" king and nobility ha- Yours, General Teaming' you require your gardens yloughed, your yards denned up, sellurs dug, or other teaming SEE US, or, phoue Irop a iwst curd hAlie office1, your order will receiveour prompt atten- tion. COAL must be paid'for >n delivery. Residence and stable east of the barracks. TAYLOR, Lctlibridge Geo. Tayl r, Florist 650 Bartlett Street s O.ulers left for Eiaster cut flowers before April-12th promptly filled Place f your order now as we can- "-not promi so Borders to he after "that date. BUSINESS FOR SALE 1 FOR Feed JJoarding Stable. Diay in con- Jiection in live town of six hundred on Prince Albert branch, Canadian Northern, Would consider live stock for part. Box Herald Office. 87-26 FOR SALE PIANO, in first class condition. Ap- ply City Bakery. 87-0 LOST A I'AIIl oi ladies' sealskin gaunt- lets. Please at Higmbolham's Drug Store. TO RENT TWO OFFICES in Higinbotham Block. rorthtcss Duke in the world." The. remarkable woman increased the father left," disappeared when uscful- to "who .stalked ness TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS Fred Bryant coniessea- to setting fire to Salvation Army Barracks at Stratford, Ontr Night Agent the G. T. R., was terribly beaten by a gang toughs' in the local yards 'of the company. They were fighting amongst themselves and Killean en- deavored to stop them but they turn- ed on him. Andrew_McCormick, one of Ottawa lumber men, is dead. The mangled'remains of Ben How- ard, the famous Indian long distance "Another cause of tensions indif- ference is preoccupation This is a picvalent cause in the West. People come here to make' momn This i.s not conducive on the high or things'; This" causes many to' be- come Itibs eanicsit.' Wo never Know how religious arc until ate put to the test. "Man seeks he tiunk.s is his chief good. If he puLs religion second he will wake, up some fine U.iy to find; ha.s made sxn awful blunder. The best things ara not socij.1 victor- worldly honors, sioiks, or land.s The'thing that, reallv counts deals with our relation to Cod. "Another cause of iudiftVrence to re- ligion is that fncn.aie not aware of their danger. Thcy "go out into tho liighways and and com- pel them to come in. "This brought wonderful re- sults ami I1'believe., it can in JLothbridgo." It i.s necessary to rur-ner, we're "found on the -railway track, near Peterboro, Saturclay night. G. C. "Wilson, oi Dundas, was inated for the Legislature by Xorth Went fvorth Conservatives. REUGWUS INDIFFERENCE Millor Kumnied up for the ncp- ativc, and Doubt the de- young Didn't some of them try to t-j Grren. of the Texas Mid- land rtiilway and a, Did- thoje.women try to him? When I fought .her she came, the, rrjigioqs' me. her. game She_ made owt of Hetty Green." The, aarL of. Varmouth, who mar: ried Alice ed from her hopeful- IA Mfss the kis find expedition to this country. intentions ware quickly analyzed and-exploded by the watchful There were others but, all. came ,tc- the ,same hard, cash- fate. "Aunt'' Hetty would not, of them. She had.'brought ker daMfhter to be The decision placed lands of Mr. J. II. D. and a. referee chosen "by them in the person of 5Ir. R. Schle-j iinger, of tho Union Bank. After a lengthy.' and profound 'discussion and wcighiiur of artrumculs on their part STRONG SERMON BY EVANGEL- j- 1ST McHARDY AT WESLEY in the! CHURCH on prnjing .mcl keep on doing. Photos v JUST ARRIVED CAR C'F Wood Fibre AND PlastupParis WM. OLIVER'S PLANING MILL Office, Yards and Factory: ur NMPIS mm Telephone 153 WANTED- A SADDLE HORSK, for lady, either for sale or rent. Apply Herald 81-0 WANTED Position in store or office by man 9 with several years experience. Well known in Lethbridge. Apply Box S., 'J Herald Office. 85 6-p J I FOfTsAlT J On and after March 25th, at Fur- man's livery stable, 20 head of well In ok en. woik horses, weighing from Ibs. up. 86-0 FOR SALE Light bolster spring wagon, double- neckyoke, brake and two spring seats, complete cash. Apply Case Co., Gunsmiths, City. 86-6 I 1 I POSITION WANTED AS to 'Box 1341. 88-0 EXPERIENCED GARDENER Anyone wishing their garden dug and planted, please phone 224 or drop r card to J. Chcnery, Box: 191, Leth- bridge Alta. 88-6 WAGGON FOR SALE A one horbc waggon, good condition, for sale. Apply at Hem Id Office. 88-1 Phone 106 HANDFORD during-which King I-ldward (if he n hear Evangelist McTIixrdy at Wesley Church last night'.listened to a convincing ment. on "religious r causes and cure." "lie HUistintions hy'uhich the speaker sought to nr- was aware of the? grave crisis) trombl-l 1 the ituiilTcrciit -to-'a ed for his position, the judges by a ,rt J of their condition and to stimulate vote of 2 to 1 for the af- nnri hi.> majesty, with A relief, .settled back on his throne, adjusted crown and lit one of his best, cigars. Christians to more earnest endeavors wore pointed and forceful. Ten minutes of r song service u as held before the "meeting was rcgnlar- i Iy opcnetl. preceding return deUile- is in process 01 i rt f vine sermon. sane; ef- n t i hr> 1 UcctUvly "List to voice .that is subject. that Ircc with tho.. United would be do- SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN -NORTH- WEST HOMESTEAD REGU- ULATIONS Any'even" numbered section of Do- minion lands in Manitoba, Saskatch- ewan aitd Alberta, excepting 8 and 26; not reserved, may -bo homcstcad- by--.any person who id the solo head of a family, or any male over 18 years I of age. to the extent of one-quarter j section of 1GO acres more oc. less. i Application for entry must be made i in person by the applicant at a Do- minion Lands Agency or Sub-Agency j for the district in which the land is situate, lintry by proxy may, how- be made at'an Agency on certain conditions by the father, mother, son, cvwrkocie -i t Ur 1 daughter, brother .or "sister of an in- tending homesteader. When the Hail) lenll f fails to read .yoi. We will deal, with the fc- liien Doo't itli; making conplaiat j Having bought the. Plumbing, Steam and Not Water Stock of C. W. Gray, we beg to MINING ULATIONS, Coal mining rights of tno Dominion in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, the. Yukon Territory, the North-West Territories and British Colunrom, may be-leased for a term of twenty-ono years at an annual rental of an acre. Not more than acres will be leased to one applicant. i Application for a lease must be land owned solely by not less! o i f J rnnde to the Agent or Sub-Agent of [than -eightv (30) acres in extent. ;n T. .b district in which the rights, ap- the vicinity of ins homestead. Joint ownership of hind will not meet this- requirement. The home.stender is required to per- form the homestead duties under one of the following plnns: (I) At least six months' residence upon and cultivation of the land in :each -year for three years. i (2) A' homesteader may, if he so i desires, perform thu required resi- lience duties by living on farming plied for are situated. In surveyed territory the land 1 trimental to the interests of Canada. Congrntnlntions arc in onler to Mr, rhosc for his 3lr.'.nnd .Mrs. K. A. on birth cf a the Solid Comfort At Small Cost One buy i for after a work. Now ve baveall kimls of comfort for sale in the way, of chAiri, davenports bnying and ing for means rock oa aricct. Furrature Co. THE MC VALUES Acts 17, Gallic cared for [none of those things." Is not this; j tho condition in jour city, asked the; levange'isl, after depicting tho causes that'led GalHo to make this state- ment. The jslitte of is one of the most hopeless conditions any jn.vsi cnn enter. Indiucrcncc to the greatest thing that appeals to man is the throat enemy of the church It confronts us everywhere. Opposition might mean fewer Chris- tians, but it vrould mean a better brand. Indifference is a iri'Catcr bar-r rier than.opposition. In speaking of the difference be- indifferonco. and opposition Mr, r i.s surprising to know how many who are apparently indifferent "are really doing a lot of jAhiiikirig1, j- can any man be indiderent i [when he 'believes he is a candidate for hell." One u'aJson for indifference .is it may spring out of a mistake. permanent re.sidenc.; on farming ownc.d solely by him, not les? announce that we are 'well equipped and ' eighty (sn> acres in extent, sni the vicinity of the homestead, or i on a homestead entered for by him in S Tr M r .1 must by sections, or le- (o) If father, (or mot her, it the f i iv c i i t' gar-sutjusvisions of sections, aad in ifathcr is deceased) of a homesteaner a r unsurveyed territory the tract appli- ha.s nermanent re.sidenc.- on farmmc i _ r _ prepared-to execute-all orders in our line ij promptly and satisfactorily. We have had a wide experience and guarantee all work. We have united with, Mtes Peebles, tinsmiths, andnntil the end of the week will be found' at the Brick Building, 11 'r f north of Pi esbyterian Church. After April ist you will find us ONE DOOR SOUTH OF HERALD OFFICE eyed territory the tract appH shall be staked Kacb application must be accom- panied by a fee of which will be rClUndcd lf thc lor (Urn vicinity, such homesteader inavi Bailable but not otherwise. ,-----1._ i.- __-., Qn lh< e Hunt Nicholson, Plumbers V Walsh Peebles, Tinsmiths Phone 266 p. a BOX 1387 L'perform his own residence duties sha11 hiving with the father (or output of: the ...mine-at Ibt. (4) The term "vicinity" in the of fivc cents per ton. nar.igrnnhs in dofined ns I EveryJ-vssee of coal mining [meaning not nine: mille3rin 1 'wnich arc not being operated shall a direct line, exclusive of the wsdth! furn.'3n th.c district Agent of allowances crossed in th( (ion I-ands with a sworn statement to irne'asnrenicnt. jlhat effect at least once in each year. A homesteader intending tot The lenae wil1 include the coal- perform resiutrnce duties in ac i Dining rights only, but the lesee inay cprclancejwitk-the above while living 'j be permitted to purchase whatever with parents on land own- j available surface rights may be, con-.. rmtst-riotify ibe Agent jsidercd necessary for the working o! Jotlthc diatnct of 'such intention. tbe mine at rate of 110 an acre. i Six months' notice in writing musl j For full information application to the Commissioner of Do- j should be made to the Secretary o! land's at Ottawa, of intention the Department of the Interior, Ot- tawa, OK any Agent or Sub-Agent ot Dominion Lands. W. Deputy Minister oiV the Interior. o< to apply for patent. w. W. CORY, j Deputy, of the Minister of the Interior. publication of this fldverti'ncment .not be paid for. this will aot (or. ;