Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 30, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta
FIRST of ail, we t -i ask you to view correct., styles J Fit-Reform sets' the fashions" J What appears in sthe Fit- RVforiri; A is accepted; without Can- ada's well-dressed men. s show you the -Suits and .Over- coats for spring.- McGUIRE A Sole Agents for Sports and Pastimes W tt "V A Suggestion gary "Tand Edmonton all city leagues ths posed that representative" teams l5e picked from league to 'play 'for the amateur championship of Alberta The Southrcould settle the champion- ship between MedicjmeJHat and Leth- brixlge ,and then play off winners of Edmonton, or Teach team might make a around the 'circuit Medicine trip iHat o- c AThe MediciucirJrlat in drawing up their constituton have somewhat different from that of the Lethbndge League Eaclf club is allowed .only' e piaji'rs'ahd oniihe June roust cut doin to? fifteeTi "Each club pays arT admission fee and puts up a guarantee besides that the Iscason through Pfdtests'inuht be 'accompan a deposit of which is return- the protest is granted Their season ppiinsrQn May. 15th" and jclosefc games a." %vcefc on August being vThp Creek lacrossists hive organized '.season Norman is president of the celsior _cl.ub as cal themselves. The teamr should b o Z in He has always, been an sup- his in- fluence is 'always on the right side n all sporting affairs. JYct a little; while and the tole- ohones rung up about 615 vhen dinner is all is vajting for hubby to come home and .njcy n The telephone will- ring, ird, "I'll 'dinner, for i while, "dear, going to "see ball game will L a a a "Hungarian etc etc" Much credit is due to Miss Collett for the 'able way in whicn this most enjoy- able entertainment was carried through. The board of trade ball is announc- ed' for Wednesday next ith and attractive surprises" for all EYE Coal, ke and DRAYING To'all of the city r AMI ITUHfflU t "v. -Z r Office opposite Balmoral TELEPHONE 63 Mr. Billie Sharratt Ventriloquist rand Mimic T j> 1 At liberty, for Smoking Concerts, Ventriloquism taught iaishS Peebles pnm natnm onn ROOFING CORNICE WORK SKYLIGHTS FURNACE WORK A SPECIALTY II Ms if Til hrtart Many diamonds are "lost by'-A neglecting to have worn-out ring claws renewed' soon enough. We will gladly ex- amine your jewelry at any of advise f you tvhcthci the stonph are .secure or not. The prices for re-clawing and re- mounting ;are'quite moderate service prompt and the workmanship thy pos- sible. BUSINESS FOR SALE Feed and Boarding Stable.- Dray line in con- nection in live town of six hundred on ,Prince Albert Canadian KOI them. Would consider live .stock for pait. Box W., Herald Office. 87-20 A PAIR of ladies' sealsklnr gaunt- j lets. Please leave "at 1 Di ug Store. The'Sign of the Watch Ford near City Hall TWO Block. TO RENT' 'r 1 OFFICES in FOR SALE On and after Mai eh 25th, Fur. man's livery stable, 20 head of well broken work horses, weighing from j Ibs. up. 86.Q FLOODS AT BELLEVILLE __ Belleville, Out., March UK the breaking up of ice in River Moira water has risen considerably and there is a flood city of ser- ious piopoi lions. Cellars are Hooded, on FronLstreet and furnaces put out. Roadf became of that sign 'Abattoir Killed that used to hang Storekeper at the shop, being aliped to 'Automobile Killed JBeef.' Them thar" big ma- chine lun over two or three head of cattle eveiy week, stranger." POSITION WANTED AS to Box 13-11. 88-0 Waterval Bpven Bridge NEW DEVIATION i hard for people m_Loth bridge bull eve the accounts of hock- in Ontario and even south in Pennsylvania It not a week ago that, the games be- the Wanderers and the Pitts- _the lutter B. Macdonald, of Ljnidon, 'Alberta, who has been nominated as Liberal candidate at the next Feder- elect for the constituency of Macleod, was born at Glendonald, Glengarry county, Ont., m 1843 He received his education in t'te country public schools and "spent the "early part of'his life on his" father's farm j IiT.1866 he engagwl with the late Hon D A Macdonald, in Alexan- dria, Glengarry t entered into partnership with him in 1869, under the firm- name of ..A. :-B.- Mac- donald Co, and lie 'ornied "a partnership with the late -johu Chisholm, of the same place. Photos 'The above illustration is from a photograph showing tho HANDFORD EXPERIENCED GARDENER Anyone xvishing their garden dug and planted, please phone 224 or drop card to J. Cheuery, Box 191, Leth- bridge Alta. 88-G j SALESLADY WANTED A smait experienced saleslady for dry goods department. Must be ca- pable and must h'ave had, good ex- 1 perience. Apply, Manager, j sou's "Bay Co. Stores. 90-6 i FOR SALE 1 i CI10IC1-: RANCH AND COAL MINE ON ST. MARY'S RIVER, coii- I acting of 733 ucu-s, "situate in the (South of Township 7, Range 2L, West of the 4th Meiidian, with milos of frontage on St. Mary's river" 'o living springs on, the propeity, 5 loomed concrete veneeied, cor- xals, stables, loot house and cow J sheds, etc. _ __ I Included in the above are 51 acres 'fof Coal mining lands which have 1 developed with suitable f building theieoii for minfrs. j Commission will ba paid to agent making sale. Apply to f CONYBKAEE JONES, Vendor's Solicitors, Lcthlnidpe Alta. (Mar 2 G-0 13.; nty. .Hockey- would die a natural -lea'th if on Southern Alberta for support. We 'can't" raise .he ice. 'There seems to be no jnade to get th'e lacrosse picked up.1 Dr. Gallivan is o'ne of the rustlers -for N. P.; team" and will be at 'one'" end ofrthe battery; have Rae at the Tommy Simons has agreed to play "with the A.'R. A; I. team. Houk will be found in the ranks ,of men. Fred Kenny uniform ?in all p'robability'.' Barber has signified his ,throw- iitg his lot with the coal heavers t. ot the Y. M. C. has secured; a dark horses which .claims vwill the buheiu-orgaiiizcd. cThft most of last team are still here and there 's no re-ason except indifference, that Jie citv sliould not ba well represent- 4 >d in the provincial contests for the Gup and 'the championship ,f the province: The value of the C. A. as a iporting -organizntion in' Canada vis olearly demonstrated in the. records 7f'tthe' preparations being made to Vave' a Canadian representation, at the Olympic games in Ixmdon this knowing, "ones. Manager Nicholson of the Press, team wes out .early and lias pot the promise of A number of good yea Of "all tKe men who are pre- paring for the games over three- fourths of them -will compete under the the M. (X A. Re- their k overwhelming inv po'rtanca in the, work of getting the Canadian team Col. has placed more -Y" M. C. 'A. men on. the executive committee. Oxford Cambridge ones. The two tcarns did not get away" to such -an v early st.irt but have grtoVl time, jdnce thoy pot going., v The bascbftll-cnthusinsts can on having a good baseball year. Tt may not ba as fast as some Putney, 4March The Oxford ond Cambridge Iwat race up to a wMk ago1 it was believed thp Cambridge crew would win, without, .great effort on account of which interest in the annual" cvcntilpggod is now thought likely to be 'a "close contest. The race will bo rowed on April 4th and this .reversal of foe-ling, is accounted, for to some extent secret trial rowed by Oxford Friday .over which Your Ideals Of: artistic home can, be folly wtitfced tluti store, and we have priced onr spring slock reasonably that you may those. ideals. An absolutely clean stock priced on the cash basis. DR Tvyli FnRR b which continued until 1881 In the same year Mr. Macdonald came west -and located in Emerson, "Manitoba, in partnership with J, A MacDou- gal, doing merchandise n mess. "Thejif partnership was .dissolv- ed in a'rui Mr." Macdonald' engag- ed. P. R. construction work un- til the, completion of, the, road in 1885." The' following yeaV he organized 4he Ranch Company, and h'as been manager of "the com-" pany. continuously up to the pres- ent time." married to est, daughter ol the late Mr. and Mrs. George. Harrison, of Alexandria; Ont. Walter- Gibson Pringle newly appointed justice of the ex- 'chequer court of Canada, in succss-v sion to the late Justice Burbridge, is one of the fmost" distinguishetl members of the "-legal fraternity -in Canada. He is in his 63rd ing baen born in Quebec 4n 1845. He was educated in. the there, and at the University of Toronto, from -whiclx he graduated in arts in 1865. years later he was called bur, joining the firm of Blake, Kerr A-Boyd, with which he remain- ed through its changes xmtil the pres- ent. he Jwas created a Queen's Cousel." Jn religion he is an "Anglican. He has, been president of the'Toronto golf club. He be longs the Toronto Club of Toron to, and the Rideau Club oL.Ottawa J. Leonard, the new genera manager of the C. P. R. lines, cas of Fort William, is ono of Canada1? j railroad men. -He was I born at Kpsom. Ont., in 1853, and en-! tered the railway-service in 1372. a telegraph operator on the staff-of j the Midland Railway. From 1877 to 1878 he was agent for the Victoria Railway, later becoming general manager of the same road. From: there he went to the Credit Valley Railway, as assistant to the general superintendent. He then joined the. Ontario Quebec Railway as master bf transportation. Tn May, T834, he joined thV C. Pj R. as superintendent east of Montreal, becoming general superintendent of the Ontario and Quebec, division in 1001. He then. saw service for two years as superintendent of the western divi- sion of the same road. Tn June, 1903, he became manager of construction; and m 1JW5 became assistant to the general manngot. He is one of the C. P. R.'s oldest employees and, is one of the best known and most ef- ficient men in service. In h now position IMJ will find ample scopo for his executive ability, characteristic which has been the his r rapid advancement. erectir n of this bridge with CLOCK'S BEST PLOUGH, ML- WIRE RflifS diameterj also'Specially Flexible Crane Ropes, used with Patent Wire Rope Blocks, sold by CEO. CRADOCK Wire Rope Manufacturers CO.! Wire Drawers, Rod Rollers, and Makers of High-i class Mining and Alloy Steels I WAK E RIE LD, E N G LA N D j LONDON OFFICE-7 EAST INDIA AVENUE, E.C Sole Agents for Western Canada mm mm All Standard Sizes of Wire Rope Carried in stock Mining Supplies, Steam Fittings, Steel Rails, etc., etc. SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST ,HOMESTEAD REGU- Aiiy'.cvcn -numbered section of Do-1 minion lands in Manitoba, Saskateh- J wan and 'Alberta, excepting 8 j 26, not reserved, may be honicstcnd-f ed by any person who is the sole heat] t of a family, or any male over 13 years I of to the extent of one-quarter; section of 160 acres more or less. Application for entry must be made in person by the applicant at a Do- minion Lands Agency or Sub-Agency for the district in which tho hind i-> situate. Etftry by proxy may, how- ever be made at an Agency on certain conditions by the father, mother, son, daughter, brother or sister of an in- tending homesteader. Phone 106 When the Daily Herald fails to reach' you. We will deal with the fc- liver) boy. Don't delay making complaint SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING REG- ULATIONS lwcnt r years at an annual rcnial of an The Uberta Railway and Irrigation Company Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THE MARKET Ms tertt of tie bilnid iri M of Wtstnister II FROM EACH SI 50 Also a few Acre Lots East of Westminster Road, each Tlic homcbtaadur is required to Co.il mining rights of me Dominion form the homestead dutir-s under one j in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, of the following plans: the Yukon Territory, the North-West (1) At least six .months' rrsidence rcrrilorica and iuav upon cultivation of the land in A r c i be leased fur a term of each year for three years. (2) A homesteader may, if he sol r I acre. Not more than acres will desires, perform the required resi- l be leased to applicant, dencc duties by living on farming! Application for a lease must be land-owned solely by him, not less f _A. J made to the Agent or Sub-Agent of than eighty (cO) acres in extent, in f, .the district in winch the rights ap- i the'Vicinity of his homestead. Joint f t i I pncu lor are situated. of land will not meet requirement. In territory the land j (3) If the father (or mother, if sections, or le- father is deceased) of a homesteader of sections, and in Ihas permanent residence on fcirminp 4 "f "rvcycd Ule tract hand owned solely by him, not !or sha11 bc slaked ithan eighty (30) acres in extent, in! bnch must be accom- 'the vicinity of the homestead, or up-'pamed by a fee of which ion a homestead entered for by him in i lf the nSnls applied for are I the vicinity, such homesteader availilble but not otherwise. A 'perform own residence duties byfroyalty bc na5d on the living with the father (or jchanteble output of the mine at the 0) The term "vicinity" in the twoirale of five cents Pcr ton- prcceeding paragraphs is defined as j Every 1 >-see of coal mining rights meaning not more than tnine miles in, which are not being operated shall a direct line, exclusive o! the width J furnish the district Agent of Domin- of-road allowances crossed in thei'011 Lands with a sworn statement io measurement. j that effect at least once in each year. (5) A homesteader intending to Tbe tease will include the coal perform his residence duties in ac-i mining rights only, but the lesee may cordance with the above while living i permitted to purchase whatever with parents or on farming land own- available surface rights may "be con- ed by himself must notify the Agent for the working of for the district of such intention. the mine at the rate of ail acre. TERMS EASY One-third cash, one-third 0 months, bal.mce 12 months. Interest per cent, per annum Ipplt Irrigitisi U. (M Six months' notice in writing must j ftil! information application be' given to the Commissioner of Do- should bc made lo the Secretary of minion I.ands at Ottawa, of intention the Department of the Interior, Ot- to apply" for patent. or any Agent or Sub-Agent ol w; w. CORY, Deputy of the Minister of the Interior. Dominion Lands. W-AV. CORY, Deputy Minister of the Interior; publication of publication ol this advertisement will not be paid i this advertisement will not for. i for.