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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 1, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta ALTA., F R 1 D A II A Y 1, 1111 Wishes to announce to the public that she is now located in the new store Dafferin and will be pleased to see both and new customers. Geodi Juftt Opened We arc Now Quite Rcrndy for Death of Caftttopj, tf Do Ifcuftotry? If so, our Royal Patent Flour jtfST RitCElVED 1 Crate Fancy Vases clear- ing at 40c 1 Crate Salvers clearing 1 Crate Opalescent Glass Novelities, assorted3 col- 1 Crate Table Sets, assorted, for 45c, 15c, 80c a set 1 Crate 7 Piece Berry Sets from 40 to 60c 1 Crate Fooled Bowls from 40 to 65c 8 Only 97 piece Dinner sets 6 Only 97 piece Diraier Sets, Recently imported direct from manufacturers in Scotland. A fine selection of Printed and Inlaid two and four yards "wide One Tard 65c Two 'l Four (i to i BROWN CO, LTD. Apr. Mr. i Webster who came down lor the- casket it was loamcd that Mr. Jno. Easthojpe of died ou ft was tht- jokktft rofeideut of the above' mentioned. and while he lias bicn ill for some month B aud His fnnily feared the worst ytrt the, death ,of, a shock to hi.H wifi> and family, of whom are niiirried. -and residing '-hear hiin. V EtUtt _: Several sales are reported lately on town property. In addition to the Main street property purchased; by Mr. Chris. Anderson, yesterday he closed the deal for the Wm. Aldridge property in town. The location is the Kortheast lot of the first town- 2, block'3C. It is reported that Mr. An- derson has disposed of his Taylor- vilie ranch to from Kentucky. Farewell .'and Presentation The many J. A. Hammer and his associates in the Bishopric- Martin Woolf and Win. Duce were out in force on Tuesday evening last, j The assembly hall had been taste-j fully "decoratfd and the rostrum was resplendent in a wealth of flowers and drapery. Certainly 'the committee on .decor- 1 alioiv are deserving of great credit for their artistic work. i The program was varied and only 'space can given for the chief j items. j the musical part was supplied byL the Ward Choir and the -Cardstori 1 military band and it is needless to j say that both bodies were greeted with Tapplause for their appropriate selec- 1 tions; i _; Ixhalf of the Ward members and thb heads of organizations especially, Bishop D. in a i neat; speech, presented each, of the retiring bishopric with a- morroco bound sot of Church Works, viz., :j Bible> Book of Mormon, Doctrine- and I Covenants, Pearl of Great Price, and Compendium, the most rocent cdi- j; The responses J. A. Ham- ff Murtin Woolf and Wm. Duce, (i showed the feelings of apreciation in the heart of each for this demon-j stration in- their-behalf as i the volumns so highly prized. For the ladies A of the Relief Society iJMrs. Mary L. Woolf, Stake President J of that organization made a spech and to Mrs. J. A. Hammer, who has labored long and well as a member of that The i! token of esteem was a valuable-ring. Hej emotions scarcely permitted of any lengthy, response, but Mrs. Hain- j mer assured those present of the i warm place in her heart for Cardston "l and its people. St AU SPECIALISTS IN oya atent astry our It ..will you 25 per cent in lard bills. The Hour i s cheaper than ordinary hard wh-pat fokr, Mude from the blending of soft ami hard Yctor Crrooicr has ii now Klnatir Co, ltd, Lethbridge AUCTION SALE Of "GOOD'S let Om Parlor SluiAarai mi Cream I The Good Co. I iirtet uytkioc to tcU U reel thte H wait aa tor SI FOR SALE 1 have just received, a carload of 21 inilch in 4 M f 4 M NOTICE On "-'and after May all stock., running ut large in the City Leth-.j bridge, will be impounded. By' order, j Chairman of License and Police j Committee. FOR .SALE I Furnirihings of the two rooms! in the Whitney Block. Purchaser! has the privilege of returning the rooms. Apply to D.. Winkler or C.j Tate.. j I TENDERS-WANTED WllMOUj MtfctMVfc. WADDINOTON fc GlMOti by the owner will sell by Auciion at the Mart, 410 Round St., on 'Saturday (tomorrow) evening at p.m., a stock in trade of a guilt's, ouifitt-er, including MtnV Twtad Pants, Ovaralfe, Smtckf, Coats, QlavM, Boys' Flannol and Cotton Shirts, Cardigan UnoVchirtc, tic. AUCTIONEERS OFFICE AND MART 410 ROUND STREET Telephont 211 SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING REG- ULATIONS Coal mining rights ol tne Dominion in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, ri- Wberta tetiypant Short Orders at all Hours Bognlar MeaU, 25c Meal Ticket s Fresh friiit confection ory PHONIE 228 Tenders will be receiv.-d by the Vukoa Territory, the North-West with calves at foot: All gentle and drrsigned-ui> to 15th day of May British have teen handkd. All well brod a slmft G x 9 on ieascci for a term ot twenty-one Parties wanting good milch cows'01' near Section 26 Range. yeurs at au auimal rental of an should apply to Jas. K. FrAine, 552, of tlu' 4th Meridian, acw Not m-ttre 2t560 acres will Round. St. shuft be carrii-d down to Jeiaed one applicant. seam but not io excoi-d 500 Application, for a lease must ba in depth. j to the Agent or Sub-Agent, ot I-'ull lurticularii be had 'and 1 tjie in which the specifications s.-cn at the' office of' Rogi-rs, Lt-thbridge, 01- at tlu OLD MAN Winnipeg, Man.. SHOT May McKay, a farmer of St. Enstlache, Manitoba, was shot and' dangerously wounded yesterday while shooting geese with a Jriend. While crawling through the bushes the trigger-of his can caught and the shot in the he-iicl. He was brought into St. Boniface hospital where he lies hi a precarious condition. McKay is the father: of a large family and is 74 year? of age. A VALUABLE LITTLE MAP _ C l.tajva, 30.The Depart- ment of the Interior has just pub- lished a edition of a smull railway map of Canada which in ad- dition to showing by diiiincllve r il- of, each of the great of the Dominion with all branch..? constructed to" it a'.-o 5s a very mine of inforrontion tiio growth to date in other respects in Canada and probablo growth 'ii: future: DISMISSED THE APPEAL Vancouver, B.' C., April full court today dismissed the appeal of the provincial government to test LAND FOR INDIANS Victoria, B. C., April- to the re-arrangement of the boundary line between this province and Other features' of'the' programc were: Mr. Barker's speech for the 'old- Mr. Elton's original poem; and Dr. 0. D." Week's character reci- tation and encore. the was filled to over- flowing, the refreshment committee was equal to the occasion and very eipeditiously served cake and ice cream through a corps of Mutual Improvement maidens, who were neat ly attired in caps and aprons, to the big crowd. There was a general hand shake and "Old Hundred" for closing pro-! ceedmgs. Tonight Mr. and Mrs. Hammer en- tertain all their friends and married i ones especially in a good old-fashion-j ed dancing party in the Assembly! Hall. TheWesteri Pteibingaod Beating CD. Yon will fincl it a reward in itself to go tlio Hub forlyonr meals and short orders and Creain. Ripe Tomatoos THE HUB FOR SALE 350 HEAD OF CATTLE-50 year- lings and balance mostly cows. All ......___r_, ______ iare in good condition. Can be bought office of l.siiac Cockburn, 224 Rannu- 1 in any quantify to suit purchaser, j tyne Ave., Winnipeg. lowest or any tender nnl ue- ly accepted'. at the 28th day of April. LETHBRIDGK COLLIERIES CO.. A ftw horses, and general outfit also for sale. J. R. Cayley, Alta. 1312 FOR SALE Irish Cobbler :seed potatoes for 60c bu. sacked, in than car lots. One of the earliest and best varieties ifor- Alberta. Also 800 Ibs. timothy seed at 8c. a pound. Apply T. jSmellle, Raymond, AHs. Ill-Q STRAYED From between Belly River und Slew Botwiiii-'one-- red or: blue roan mare. 6; years old, branded C included all and tinsmiihing used iu the build .ing- I SEPARATE TENDERS for i-lectrk I wiring .and fire alarm, b'.-ll system. The lowest or any .tender not m-c sarily accepted. j Each contractor jnust Accompany his tender with a marked cheque oij 10 per cent, of thr- amount of his ten-1 der. Clu'qu.-1 to made payable ta C. i II. Bowman, sPcrMary-trwisnr'er of Board. 1 Plnn.s s'pocifications on view nij D. Whitni'.v Block. F, B. ROLFSON, Architect. 1'6'r full information application .shon'd bo made to the Secretary of the Department of the Interior, Ot- tawa- or any Agent or Sub-Agent of Dominion Landn. W. W.'CORY. Deputy Minister of the Interior. Unriuthdrized pxibliciatiori of this advertismnpnt will nnt paid for. LETRBMDGE BREWWC MALTING COMPACT, LTD. TENDERS received by tin for the erection SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST HOMESTEAD REGU- Any even numbered section of Do-' million hinds in Manitoba, Saskatch- FOR SALE j Eggs for hatching from my cham-j pion Barred Rocks. per sct-j ;ing. Couple of grand quality coclc- crtls for sale cheap. F. J. Harbin- son. P. 0. Box 531, Lethbridge, AUa.j Tiriidi-rs be City of Lethbridge of tvro pounds, until noon. Thursday, ewatf and Alborta, excepting 8 and April 25th, J903. not reserved, may be homestead- Full information may be obtained i ed by any person who is the sole head from the city f-ngineer. a family, or any male over 13 years C. M. ARNOLD, jof ago. to Ihe extent of one-quarter City Engineer, j section of 160 ncres more or less. April 22.'1006. 12 I-M6-13-2n Columbia Restaurant Day and Nifht FRESH OYSTERS Candies, Cigars, Japanese Goods. Meal Tickets per door to Coaldale Hotel c-.ipnnts fearfully mutilated. thorn tracks. They are experienced men and guarantee nil work First-class Cafe DON'T SKY That you can't get what, you want in the House Furnish- ing line. We carry an immense stock and it you dorvt tee just That you are looking for yoo have only to mention the fact and we will have it in the next car. And never forget at u nmatched prices of our cash basis and careful management. cccccoccc The Turpin Furniture Co. THE STO1CE WHERE CASH COUNTS CALL AND GET THEIR PRtCES PHONE 266 F.O Box 1987 Mr. Billic Sharratt Ventriloquist and Mimic At-liberty for Smoking Concerts. Ptttiec.etc. TIKI HTH DiNM Order Ketweei Ntals FOR SALE ON CROP PAYMENTS A-choice section of wild land, clli'i fenced and only five miles from town j ot 800 on the G. E. line of thoi C. P. R. For fuller.particulars, ap-j ply Hox 387, Lr-ihbridge, Alta. 1166J FOR SALE Span ot extra good about Apply Geo. Henther-i show, Magrath. Alto. HG-Gj FOR SALE j FOR A FEW DAYS Urn-1 iu-d number of lots in Blk. 90 Turner! Add. Just on the. market. Terms, Ice and IDRAYING Western Transfer Co. LONG BROS.Proprietors Office opposite Balmoral T-EL.E1PH ON E 63 Hatch cash and per month. Coons. Oliver Block. WANTED A GOOD COOK or housemaid. Ap- ply Mrs. F. K. Mason. 30 Arpylo Aw. 1186 IDRAYING All kinds of PRAYING promptly attended to. COAL delivered to nny "partof.tlu-r city for per ton Phone ISO I HAYRTRANSFtRCo ti Ii FOR SALE A roomod for .sale. balance very cn'-y. Will accept cam ns pnrt pnymt'-nt. Box Herald. FOR SALE One 4 rooni-d house 22 x 2; Mc-[ St., North Apply Carruthcrs-Joncs, plasterers, LoAh bridge. Cash or easy terms. 110 LOST About 5 o'clock ye.storday on'Rodpath St.. in front of tho Bap- tist church, a oontaininp a sum of money, oXvner's catling cards, rtc. Finder will be suitably rewarded by learing K A.' Wright's Jewelry Store. 110-0 Application for entry must be made in person by the applicant at H Do- minion Lands Agency or Sub-Agency for the district in which the land is sitnatvt. Entry by proxy may, hovr- luwr'bo made ot an Agency on. certain conditions by the father, mother, son. daughter, brother or sister of nn jn- tfndtng homesteader. The homesteader is required to per- form the homestead duties under one the iollowing plans: t (I) At h-ast six months' residence upon and cultivation of the land in each for three years. A lir'tne.itfarior may, if he so desires, perform the required resi- lience duties by living on farninjt- land owned