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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 28, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta .jSWk. V ,A! easier of atccm m lh8 immediate .Louise, Horn y Mount Abcidcen 31iUo, Jjpfioy and BtOTHER EAGiXS any {ultury, engifiuf n, office or' store electn ROY SL, UtUridgc, _ On Thuraday eyeninif this local met in J. vicc pefiideit, eroding J..J. pjreceptor, 'Pefler; G. JUST ARRIVED CAR Hood Fibre AND r w putuhy for year, has Fainnount, for ihe defeat of Jon Kothe oy Tommy Burns is Umt he is r a denies the allega- thing ceilain that _ _ i fist has a sliong already a many to sleep. Spokane, f i oin Uhe Hat, not -Labor "Council, A. K J. ami until I I' L r JJ 7, of fthe or Temple. At Jthe conclusion of ihe meeting a vote'of lof the organ- thanks izer. i PlasterParis i I retail, are" reimndexlTol" theirVfneeting "on Monday evening in'thfe Labor Temple. signed-the 'application for- and this ill f be, closed at, meeting, All uho have jiot given name sirous of joining such a. worthy or- ganization'will talte' aVlvantage'of this opportunity not of toe Albcr-taii ball a feeling over them that they would like to sec any of the teams" "play ball, a trip, to 'Spokane amply sfitirffy, team'arc'that-JiV tie favorite Kippcit, llodgers and" FogoTty of thcCbld licthbiidgc who is going by his light iidiiie, Hulen, "Baby" Benny, catcher in the Chandler, Wcstcott, and bunch it be "hard to imagine a game to be a Hatter vs. Lcth-. bridge game. Healy, the lush member of i_quick ;it repaitee. A him that he w6iildv'0o6ner vole the than 6000 Acres with worth ot improvements. Has to be sold' at7 once. I J. T. NcKlNNEY Room I, Whitacy Btk. Tim." addin Fraternal Order of Eaglet, cord in vile you'' to at- teikl a to behold iii OLIVER'S. HILL on MONDAY, MARCH 30th 1908, at 8 p.m. S.O.DAVIES Worthy Pret. T. J. WHITE Worthy Secy. -FOE "Mine" perfectly fwe from wwd Government' first hetkl Und. Price 60c in store Voc uapU or furth'er .'ipply ip- Boom' "4, 'Lethbridfe. Block, for possibly your friend cago in a tone, of mild enquiry. "Peihaps you wcruld me then'" Chi- t is> every indication that- an- other union will be added to "the list in, the 'course few fath- ers tof having' signified il---- intention v' of -forming local them -a Totman. "r-f would not Liverpool, Maixh Grand National, of three thbu- m, PLANING MILL T and Factory: cv imi nd mm mm The United Mine Workers of Amer- ica, 18, fcomppfied'1 of about "mem "and tlie -Western with r of' Miners, members, considering a, proposal for the purcha'se of a "daily paper to1-2be their-intcr- probably at Nelson; B.jC. Ik he intention to paper, but editorially il the" Socialistic Ly'ol Canada. J ests is the :4 Tfte WorlcL of the Party abut Tour miles, 850 by Major1 bio" iir CANADA Yean SMttssWIaikkf A Savings AcceBit for 1918 in Bank of Canada is the best start on the road to independence. T' IV.QQ or more opens ail account, and with interest added 4 times a year it grow rapidly. Accounts be opehea by two persons, so 'that either deposit or withdraw cash. BRANCH: J. R. Anderson, Manager. Geo. Tayli r, Rorist 650 Street Oulers left for Easter cut flowers before April 12th promptly tilled Place your order now as we can- not promise to be filled after that date. 7 BUflNCM FOR SACC FOR Feed- asd Boarding Stable. Drajr line in coo- noction'in live town of on 'Prince Albert' branch; CanAdUu Northern. Would live fttock for art Bojr W' A PAIR of ladies' fauat- lets. Please leave at Diug Store. TWO Block. TO RENT OFFICES iu HigiubothAU L. M. JOHNSTONE Barrister aWd Solicitor Office adjoining Union FOR SALE On and after March 25th, at Fur- man's livery stable, 20 head of vfell broken work horses, weighing froiu Ibs up. Bank. B-lyr gor' llu- Coopei 's' "Jlattie MoGre second and P. Wnittaker's X the benefit of those locals 'who have appointed their member to jn conjunction 'with'the Trades and LV N -i r- -j LabDr labsl committee, I have been asked .to statcv-that this .committee meet-j m tlie ante-room Temple _secoiul Tuesday of the month. Booming the label this committee haSvJnshUnd, and the comnnttece vii strengthened by the new'members, it will be. 23 for all _ good s -that do not 'carry the, la- b-r time .of-finaneM 'it-is learn -that.the Vancouver newspaper scale has" been signed up for three years The met result "dollar raise all round; thiec yoar agreement; no who is well known heie, says- day; night" In re- to this'any friend Petti- who is 'well known-.-locally, "It is not up To the" standard as yet, but in these, days' of financial industrial depression and the. Diocess of elimination, it is wthcr difficalt to_ convince Ihe ployer that he should pay uas third 'Twenty horses ran. 1_ AGAINST New Vork, March 24 Tu beginning Ins crusade against noisy rooting at tKc'Aitfericah League games this year i'lcsideut Pan Johnson s.xys "Any" attempt of the South. Side Rooters' Club of Chicago to carry on as it thd at Unite Sov I'ark lasfr year. be suppressed. It juas a disgrace to baseball and an injury to the repu- tation of the entiic league will find home to summar- ily with tlieso fanatics, u "rrKCssary, is_tertatn.r 1 will not stand for it andTjlmow the 'feeling of the American league magnates about it. Ilascball docs not that kmil of support.-Thcrc- is enough natuial en- thusiasm in tho game of a hcalthy sort: to the pro- gramme, of ,tha ball recently given' Side Rooter's Club. While 1 was in Xew Yoik trjat club wrote to President Pulliam of the Nation- al League asking a. contribution of from him mid stating that I ESTABLISHED Merchants Bank of Canada HEAD OFFICE, MONTREAL id Undivided Profits.......-....... BOARD OF "Sir'fl. Montagu Allan President DIRECTORS Jonathan Hodgson, Esq. Yice-President had paid inan a similar amouist fulh- me about the matter, and But the way works out: Last February, -when Nov. 226 got- a raise from the newspaper p-ablishers immediately Braised their advertising "rates Two, -days after the present, agreement "was assented to a joint notice, vas issued that" the present "subscription price, after March lat, would be raised to 84 Tn ether words the, print- ers ?et a1" thousand dollars raise per annum, in one while the pub- lishers will have to worrjT alo'ng on a ten thousand increase in estimated ,that" some, fortyeightx hours They are employed in the fi-hing industry in the province, about As- Vatics and -the Lieuteuant Governor, James Dunsiuuir, is president of one oL the biggest ot the Kunch.' Nuff said. What is'the-Union Label5 What ih its' mission' It is an emblem of honest signifies that the a-orkr whichAcarries Uhe- label has bfurt- fairly pro- fully the money assisted in creating vulgar and ungcntlcmanly The pa.-' -.-_, -Qns of thc gamo as a rulc, car these icinarks as they re made Ihrougli megaphones from C R. Hbemer, Esq Thos. Esq C. F. Smith. Esq., Hugh Allan. Esq, C. M. Hays, Esq.. Alex. Barnet, Esq F. Orr Lewi's, Esq. E. F. Munnger V; -J'ThV" Bank has 119 branches and agencios distributed throughqint Canada. New York Agency, G3 and 65 Wall St i SAVINGS BANK ACCOUNTS invited, and special atten- a percent per .aiinnm, conipounued four times a year 4 Drafts, Money Orders and Letters of Credit, payable in any part of the world, af current NOTICE In the matter of Chapter 6 of the Statutes of Alberta, an Act res- pecting assignments and preferences, by insolvent persons, and int the matter of Frederick Charles Cooke, insolvent debtor. KOTIGE IS HEREBY GIVEN> tha' by Indenture made under and by vir- tue of the said Act, dated the 9th of March A. D. 1907, the Said Fnder- ick Charleb Cooke has assigned all FOR SALE Light bolster spring wagon, double- trees, neckyoke, brake and two spring seats, "complete cash. Apply Howard Case Co., City. Gunsmiths, 8M POSITION WANTED AS to Box 1341. 88-0 EXPERIENCED GARDENER Anyone wishing their garden dug and planted, please phone 224 or drop his peisonal property, real to J- Chenery, Box 191, Leth- credits ami claims und de i Alta. 86-6 mands, and debts due him, to th( j undersigned in trust for the benefit! of his creditors. SALESLADY WANTED V sinait saleslady j Dated at the City of LethbrJJge foods department. Must_bC'Ca- the Province of Alberta, this 34th and must hlavc had day of March A D. 1906. T. E PATTESON, At meeting of the -cieditors o! Frederick Charles in the office of T. E. Patteson, the 25th day of March, J906, the undersigned was assignee of estitte and no tice is hereby given that all state mcnts of accounts due by the said Fredeiic-k Charles Cooke, must Ir peiience. Apply, Manager, The Hud- son's Bay Co Stores. 90-6 A newly LOST soled and 'heeled shoe Would finder kindly return to F. German, shoemaker. CHOICE FOR. SALE RANCH AND COAL MINE ON ST MARY'S sisting of 733 -acres, the sent to me nt Ij'thbridge, Alta., in j South of Township' 7, Range West of the 4th Median, with detail and fully proved within 361 days from this d.ite. Odted at Lethbridge, Alta 26th day of March A. D. 1908. 91-2 W. A BLENNER-HASSET, Assignee LETHBIUDGE E. W. McMULLEN, Maiafer ho thc truth he sent 525. like thc rooting iViPlh- otls nor the financial'wajs of that and VJ. crusade'nght in Chicago Play- ers of nearly every club m tfic league have complained me of thc style of honis, and "revolvers. Remarks directwl at'tJic players that are I! Waterval Boven Bridge NEW DEVIATION i for it? Did the last article 'bought carry label. I notice thai the Vancouver Trades" and _ T-ornpliign which promises results! Tt has canvassing' committee" ofgaHired for the of getting- the names on the voters list, prepar- atory to the coming Federal election. This is "a m itter which ought to en- gage, the the local-Trades ami Labor as there are quite a large number of working men en titled to a vote but indifferent whe- ther their names' are on the roll or not. A orgumxed effort add quite a large numbar of intelli-i he docs now." gent voters to "the hbt sa get busy. eh? And as poor Ye -ancient and' world wide re- typographical artfs tg add another, column to their "popular- ity this Labor Temple smoker will go to "press" at thVhour 8.15 prompt entertainment comittee have procured bunch artists of ex- ceptional ability, all being "special editions" in their respective callings. The refreshment committee baa, been running at high and if, is a face in the big been, asked, to do homage "to the goodHhings provided, he .will be "key" thrown to divulge all the good things, particular mention of tho, falct that the refreshment committee hare organized two or three kegs of sandwiches (bearing" thck union label which will go a long way in keeping the he front row of boxes in the grand retorts of the play- rs can be hoard and ut by tho elimination of the causes f the trouble." Time to (hxJge hia I understand that it is thc intention j All his rich relative of thc local union ol'Feilcral Laborers b atitomobiies." Greatest on Ac road to success is the credit system. How yon to get ahead when yon extnvifunt prices. emiit system the moat wasteful institution on earth. It's different store. Selling for we contend that there is no more econowicul scarce of buying in JOCOOCOOOOOO 'Ke Tnrpin Furniture Co. THE HOME Or SIC VALUES ;Blexard, the elongated pitcher from Edmonton, last year, who did some good work with the stick as well as n the has signed a contract to play with Brandon m Northern -engue. Manager O'Dea has secured good playci in Ulcx. CANAJXV'S ALPINE CLUB The Alpine little oyrr a. jear ago. with'headquarters at llaiifi, ha.s now two hundretl mein- "and nuinorous applicants-wait- ing the. balloting. Sonic of-tliose. who are already members have-won their spurs as mountainoers by-mak- ing Ihe most difficult ascents in Tiur- From ciery comer of the globe the club will'draw its members year- ly, to beauty snot of which lies Ixstwecn Jkmfl and FicUl. It isVah admirable '.institution and one from which_thc province will reap the rjenefitssurelv as the adventurous members who'.'enjoy their two 'summer weeks in with Swiss guides. At U.c very stai t the young1 insti- tution iriuvru of a summer school for training plainsmen in the noble sport of mountaineering; and 9, uas established on the sum- xvoodod Yoho Pass convcn mourttftins witli all the alpine features. So signal was the success of J.his venture that the experiment become an annual programme. and hereafter is port of rlufe's business. Arrangements have completed for tlie accommodation two hundred climbers for the camp in July in Paradise Val- Mr. Billic Sharratt Ventriloquist tnd Mimic At. liberty for" Smoking The above illustration is from a photograph showing the crectkn of this bridge with CMDOCK'S BEST PLOUGH STEEL WIRE ROPES in. diameter, also Specially Flexible Crane Ropes, nscd with PnU nt Wire RopcLBlocks, sold by GEO. CRADOCK CO. -Wire Manufacturers Wire Drawers, Rod and Makers of Hi4K- class Mmiiif and Alloy Steels v WAKEFIELD, ENGLAND LONDON OFFICE-7 EAST INDfA AVENUE. E.C Sole Agents'for Western Gin ad A CUUkU RfiEICY 111, IETIIW All Standard Sizes of Wire Rope Carried in stock MtmiAf SvppKcs, SUaa Fittiaft, Steaai Kails, etc., etc. SYNOPSIS OF1 CANADIAN NORTH- WEST HOMESTEAD REGU- Any even numbered section of Do- ninion lands Manitoba, Saskatch- aii and Alberta, excepting 8 and 26, not reserved, may Lc homestead- cd_by person who is the sole head oi a family, or any male over 18 yearb of age, to the-extent of one-quartei section of 160 acres more or for entry must be madt. in person by the applicant at n. Do- minion Lands Agency or Sub-Agencj for the district in which the land is> situate. Entry by proxy may, how- over be made at an Agency on certain conditions by the father, mother, son. daughter, brother or sister of an in- tending homesteader. Tiie homesteader is required to.'peri form the homestead dutiea under one of the following plans: (1) At least six months' residence upon and cultivation of the land in I each year for three years. 1 (2) A homesteader may, if he so desires, perform the reqxiired resi- dence duties by living on farming miles of frontage on Si Mary's, river, 5 living springs on property, 5 roomed house concrete veneered, rah, stabltfj, root house and" cow shed-j, ptc. Included in the above are 51 acres of coal niining lands which have "al- ready been developed "with suitable building thereon for miners. Commission will be paid to agent making sale "Apply to CONYBEVRE JONES, Vendor's Solicitors, "Lethbridge Alta. (Mar 2 6-9 13.J NOTICE Party who took chicken coops from grounds will re- turn them to Fair grounds and 'save trouble. Lethbridge and District Ag- ricultural W. 0. Hutton, President. 89-3 SYNOPStS OF COAL MINING REG- Coal niining rights of tne Dominion in Manitoba, Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the North-West Territories and British Colunroia; may be leaded for a term of iwenty-one years at an annual rental of SI an acre. Not more'than acres will be leased to one applicant. Application for a lease must be land owned solely by him, not less, tl_ _ to the Agent or Sub-Agent of than eighty (80) acres in cxtont, m f T the district m which the ap- ihe vicinity of Ins homestead. Joint. K i plica for arc situated. ownership of land will not meet v i In surveyed lerntory the requirement. (3) If the father (or mother, if the father is deceased) of a homesteader land must be described by sections, or le- gal subdivisions of and in has permanent residence on farming I unsurveircd territory theatric! land owned solely by him, not lessfcd for sbal1 out- than eighty (80) acres in extent, in the vicinity of .the homestead, or up- on a homestead entered for by him in the Vicinity, such homesteader may norform his own residence duties by Each application panied by a fee of 15, which'will be refunded if the rights applied for are not available but not otherwise. A royal 1 i v umivoinc ui (4) The term "vicinity" in the living the father (or 1 M0 pAIVI Ol7 lue at the per Ion. proceeding paragraphs is defined asi Ev-jry of mininf rifhU meaning not more than nine miles in which are not being operated shall a direct line, exclusive of ihe width i furnish the district Agent of Domin- ot road allowances crossed in ion Lands with a sworn statement to measurement. that effect at least once in each year. homesteader intending to The tease will include the perform his, residence duties in ac-1 mining rights only, but the lesee may cordance with the above while living1 he permitted to purchase whatever with parents or on firming land own- j available surface rights may be con- ed by himself must notify the Agent sidorcd necessary for the working of for the district of such intention. Six months' notice in writing must be given to the Commissioner of Do- minion Lands at Ottawa, of intention to apply for patent. W. W. CORY, Deputy of the Minister "of the Interior. publication ot this advertisement will not be paid for, v the mine at the rate of an acre. For full information application should be made to the- Secretary of the Department of the Interior, Ot- tawa, or any Agent or Sab-Aftttt o4 Dominion Lands. W. W. CORY, Deputy Minister of the this will wet for. ;