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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 6, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNEIDAY, U iV I, Jltl Style and Value Some men put correct cHri.o trirr w when selecting Suits and Overcoals. Others demand wear. The Fit-Reform trade- mark is in the pocket of Fit- Reform garments to guar- antee that you will get both. This trademark is the all-important part of a Suit or Overcoat. It's the biggest "little thing" in Canada, because it stands for the best there is in tailoring. Look for it when you come for your new Suits. McKELVIE McGUIRE Sole Agents for Lethbridge. KEAN DIDT LIKE THt TITLE Senator from New Jersey Th.eught tho Who Wai Reading It Wat Insane i I Washington, May Tcl-j lor called up a bill in the lo-j clay, pivinjr its number and asked Unit it b" passed. "The clerk willj roucl said the Vice-President, but tin- elerk had not gone fur before. Sen- ator Krnn of Now Jersey, Iht; eye of tin> Senate was on his feet, apparently to interpose an objection, j "Il'.s all right. Don't whispered Senator who .satj near Si'iiator Kean. i The clerk resumed reading: "An act to amend an act entitled an act to amend an act------" "Mr. interrupt d Mr. Kean. "I tell you it'H all whispered Mr. Gallinger again. "It's not the bill 1 object to, it's the Mr. Kean whispered back. "What's the matter with ask- ed Mr. Gallinger, "I don't said Mr. Kean, "but it's ivident that there is no bill with that ridiculous title." "He was reading as- serted Mr. Gallinger. "Just let him finish." So the cletk began all ovir again: "A bill to amend an act entitled an act to amend an act amending the iict entitled an act to authorize the receipt of the United States gold coin in exchange for gold bars." "Good Lord, is that really the titk'. of that exclaimed Mr. Kean. "I honestly thought the clerk had gone suddenly insane." The bill was passed. 808TTMI5IJ I mm t nii.uil tut When out for an e stroll... If you don't want to go out jjione us and will sojiil it to your homo. Every spoonful delicious. Quality never varies. ROCHON ICE CREAM 4 CONFECTIONERY SPECIALISTS Do You Mato Paltry? IE so. our Royal Patent Flour Will interest you It will save you 25 per cent in lard bills. The flour is cheaper than ordinary hard wheat Hour. Made from the blending of soft and hard wheats. Your Grocer has it now Ellison Mining Elevator Co, Ltd, Raymond Magnth Lethbridge ASSETS" This clothing is result of years of constant effort to pro- duce a garment perfect in every particular. It is a Triumph in the Science of Clothing Every garment is hand moulded, thoroughly .stayed and shrunken, and only the best materials used in its construction THEY RETAIN THEIR SHAPE ASK IF IT'S A SOVEREIGN W. E. SANFORD OXT. MANUFACTURING CO. Limited WINNIPEG, MAN. BRYAN MEN TALK COMPROMISE SAGAN CAN'T WED MME. GOULD Want Johnson's Minnesota Delegates After a Complimentary Plan Rejected -At Least Not as a Won't Annul Marriage to Boni London, May Globe's Rome correspondent says ho has the au- thority of a member of the Sacred College for saying that the request of VIme. Anna Gould for the Vatican's! The Pope is inflexible in affairs of his kind. Thus the Prince de Sagen UK! Mine. Gould will find no Roman Catholic priest prepared to sanction :heir marriage. A WINNIPEG DEFAULTER St. Paul, May men have submitted a statement of the ground upon which they are willing to "get together" with Gov. Johnson's friends. The Bryan proposition i.- this: To give Johnson a complimentary vole in the. Denver convention; to make Uiis an openly complimentary and nothing else: to have the de- legation made up of Bryan supporters and have it gent-rally understood that when Bryan shall need twenty-two vot s to have two-thirds of the dele- j pates he will know that in th- Minn-i sola delegation he has them. This proposal was made some time ago and thrown over by the Johnson men on the advice of Frank A. Day, Johnson's private secretsry and po- lookers, has been cleared up. It now The recent financial panic in tlm Cnited States, and tightness ol money in Canada, have- brought out some very information. At one Lime only shrewd bankers umler- j stood the meaning- of "Liquid As- isets" Today, every business man knows, or should know, what is meant by it. When trading is opti- j mistiv, any pictv of paper with "i Promise To Pay" written on it is i 1 considered u fair exchange for com-! l modities; any hole in the ground be- S comes a gold mine; farms are laid i out in town lots; cloth is churned j hi to garments and these find ready buyers who do not stop to investi- gate their intrinsic value. The buy- ers of all these only look at the pos- sible profits. But one dav the av.-akenin-j comes. t And why? Confidence abused. The banker must have legal The mine mu.st show a pay streak. The town lots must Have a reality. The clothing in the store must have Canadian ban THE HUB Specials for Today SPRING CHICKEN TURKEY STRAWBERRIES AND CREAM THE HUB Daily dental Market Place Wbea you have or ta reit place it m tbk celnM. If you waat 25 c 6 iftscrtiois for Si TO RENT Furnished room, elo.st Smith and tiompas. TENDERS Tenders will be received by the un- dersigned up to 15th day ol May next for sinking a shaft 6x9 on or near Section 20 Township 9 Range shaft to be curried down to the: coal aeurn but not to exceed 500 Jcei in depth. Full particulars may be had and specifications seen at the office of George Rogers, Lethbridge, or at the_ office of -Isaac Cockburn, 224 Banna- tyne Ave., Winnipeg. The lowest or any tender not ne- meanly accepted. Dated at Winninog the 28th day ofj April. 1908. LKTH BRIDGE COLLIERIES Limited. 120-11 Winnipeg; corner I 1-24-2! WANTED i DRILL wanted at onc-e to i put down u-i'll northeast of Leth-l bridge. Tlie O. W. Kerr Co., South-1 SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING REG- ard Hloek Lethbridge, Alberta. 124-2! ULAT10NS FOR SALE 1 have just received a carload of 2l_milch cows, some in calf and others with calves at foot. All gentle arid have been handled. All well bred Parties wanting good milch cows should apply to Jas. F. Frame, 552, Round St. 111-1-2 WANTED A TRACTION ENGINE at once to work oji the bridge. Apply John Gnnn Sons. 123-3 FOR SALE 350 HEAD OF year- lings and balance mostly cows. All are in good condition. Can be bought in any quantity to suit purchaser. A few horses and general ranching outfit also for sale. J. R. Stevens, Cayk-y, Alta. 13-12! Alberta Restaurant Short Orders at all Hours Regular Meals. 20c MealTickets So Fresh fruit confectionery PHONE 22S FOR SALE Irish Cobbler seed potatoes for sale COc bu. sacked, in Irss than car lots. One of the earliest arid best varieties for Alberta. Also 800 Ibs. timothy seed at 8c. a pound. Apply J. T. Raymond, Alta. 111-0 R On Friday, May 8 At 2.30 Prompt WADD1NGTON GIBBON Instructed by F. D. SHAW, Esq., Colljctor of Customs, Will Sell by Auction as Above In the Court House Yard At the Rear of Custom's Office, a quantity of i Unclaimed Articles FOR SALE 8 roomed house for sale. cash, balance very easy. Will accept vu-'INCLUDING COTTON GOODS, cant luta as part payment. Box CLOTHING, PHONOGRAPH, Herald. 119-G Me- First-class Cafe vame. Minulmeut o.i Jier religious marriage I r, -11 v kers tht- situation bv hav- .vith the Count de Ostellane will be IN ing legal tender on hand. All relia- ble clothiers use the same precaution by having -uj stock "liquid that is, n known and reliable make of (Clothing. At a time public confidence is shaken, indifferent mer- chandise (bought because it looked as well as currency, or because the maker marked it high in price and Winnipeg, Man., May mys- soM it ai OQ pcr cent, discount) will HOTEL mm ROOM Short Order Between Meals CARROLL DOYLE FOR SALE One 4 rooimd house 22 x 21 Nab St., North Ward. Apply Carruthers-Jones, plasterers, Leth- bridge. Cash or easy U-nns. 119 G FOR SALE big'well'broken work small pony and colt; 6 brood sows; disc harrow; I disc gang plow; I .'S-.section narrow; i sulky breaker; U sets work harness; one 2-.seated bug- LEAD PENCILS, CASTINGS, BOOKS, WHIPS, SPOONS TRUNKS, ETC. Auctioneer's Office, 410 Round Street TELEPHONE 261 TENDERS old 121 G litioal adviser. Bryan men h rt- today s lid thai this was the only basis upon which they would compromise. Jt is understood that Day i.s to any such plan. He takes the position that all offers of cninproinise :uv cmniiijr from liryun men ami that th.- Johnson men have the State 5 to rry surouncling the disappearance of Yemeni Royce, bookkeeper for Berry k Bond, real estate and financial is a defaulter for One lady, Mrs. Souris, Man., is out not be accepted by the public for is at such times of reliable legal lender. Tt that the prestige gets fuij justice. The buying public- will not accept for their legal tender clothin'g that somebody Chooses to i.s worth so much. They will PROHIBITION IN MEXICO No More Liquor by the Drink in the State of Mtchoacan Mexico City. May The L'-pisln- ture'of tht- State of Michoacan, sit- tinp at lia, has just passed a law prohibiting the sale of liquor by the drink. bottle. It can only be sold by the Minis out that he i large amount. Spencer of of trust money and other j ,ml whaL' "to onrlii'S for larger amounts. The lastly a stamhml OI- illtrins5t; value, 'ware! of Royce was three weeks is asRcls.. h, u clothinj, .vhen he wrote the firm from Chicago} that he would be home in a few; ..process llrilmr Clothing ,-epre- -s' jsunts intrinsic value. Retailers i buy "Progs-ess Hnvnd" Clothing hav.! KILLED BY A ROOSTER "liquid asset" which wil! be AC Chattanooga, May C rock-jeep ted by the public everywhere ii fifteen months old, died at Lewis-j return for their k-gal tender. burg yesterday of wounds inflicted byj------------------------------------------------ i rooster. The child fell in the j yard and the rooster attacked sinking his spurs into the child's head. i SKALKD TENDERS will be rec.-iv- r-d by the undersigned until (5 o'clock, 1 cart. Apply to Fiaut Maxwell. Saturday, May IGth, for the erection Virtue Farm. Lethbridge, Alta. of a twelve room and auditorium brick and stone school building for the Board of Education at LethbridgV. Alta. Separate, tenders will be received for tlv insinuation of ihe Pease-AValdon syst-. m of heating and ventilating in which i.s to ho included all plumbing used in the. build- Cou! mining rights ot trie Dominion in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta', ihe Yukon Territory, the North-West Territories and British Columota, may be leased [or a term of twenty-oiie ycais at an annual rental of an icre Not more than acres will be leased to one applicant. Application for a lease must be :uade to the Agent or Sub-Agent of '.he district in which the rights ap- plied for are situated. In surveyed territory the land nurft be described by sections, or le- subdivisions sections, and in msurveyed territory the tract appli- d for shall be staked out. Each application must be accoui- .lanied by a fee of which will be if the rights applied for are lot available but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the nier- output of the mine at the of five cents per ton. Kvery 1 'ssee of coal mining rights .vhich are i.ot being operated shall- furiush the district Agent of Donna-, ion Lands with a.sworn statement to .hat effect at least once in each year. The lease will include the coal nining rights only, but the lesee may he permitted to purchase whatever ivailable surface rights may be con- uckTcd necessary for the working of mine at the rate of au acre. For full information application 'hou'.d be made to the Secretary of_ i Department of the Interior, Ot- i tawa, or any Agent or Sub-Agent of Dominion Lands. W. W. CORY, Deputy Minister of tiie Interior. publication ol his advertisement will not be paid 'or. i FOR SALE j G roomed house, plastered, water, electric light. Three lots 25 x L'25 l each. Stable, henhouse; greenhouse, 'etc. Cash balance easy. Write. P. 0. Box -136 or apply the Herald jaml U SEPARATE TENDERS for electric bell svstein. mm? COP V P.! WITH THE COMING OF SPRING FOR SALE Furnishings of the two best rooms in the Whitney' Block. Purchaser i hiis the privilege of retaining the rooms. Apply to D. Winkler or C. i Ross Tate. T li wiring and fire alarm The lowest or 'iny lender not nee s- -urily accepted. Each contractor mu.-i .-'ccompany !iis tender with SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST REGU- 10 cent, of thi Any even numbered section of Do- minton lands in Manitoba, Saskatch- ewan and Alb'M-ta, excepting 8 and 1G, iiot reserved, may be homestead- by any person who is the sole head- f a frnnily, or any male over 13 years there also maud for tonic. In SKYSCRAPER FOR LIVERPOOL To Face the Mersey and to Be Feet Authorized 300 Liverpool. May corporation lias authorised the ciinstruction of an f.fjiee building 300 feet high opposite the Prince's landing stage on tin1 Bank of the Mersey. Tt will be the INCREASE FOR OPERATORS Montreal, May a result of an j interview with Hon. Mr. Graham and j Mr. Butler, in Ottawa, the Intercolon-i i il operators have been granted an increase in pay of ten cent. D RAYING -All kinds of-DRAYING promptly attended to. J COAL delivered to any J part of the city for S3.85 4 per ton Phone ISO HAYRTRANSFbRCo 1 cmnes the de- good Spring thir respect the [..-l-i'oridge Bock Beer meets many requirements, being an absolutely pure extract of malt and hops. For the run down and fagged it is a healthy i.....1- Delivered in kegs and after llth inst. WANTED School Board. Buyer wanted for a most comfort- Plans and specifications on view ai able G-roomed cottage on East n. Whitney Block. street, 3 rooms, bath, water, elec-! A. 1 trie light, heated by funvice, on lot B. ROLFSOX, Architect. LETHBRIDGE BREWING i MALTING COMPANY, LTD. 150 ft. x ft. Stable, hen 'etc. Can be secured for a pay-j Iment of Apply Box T.. Her-'; aid Office. 14-0! WANTED By two experienced dressmakers, position in shop immediately. Apply Box G., Herald. HOG WANTED P. S. Toronto mo- L. M. JOHNSTONE Barrister and Solicitor Office adjoining Union Bank 2.3-lvr Mr. Billie Ventriloquist and Mimic At liberty for Smoking Concerts. AS A TEMPERANCE HOTEL j Torlnto. May the present in-i t-.-ntion of the proprietors of the Ros-j .-in House is carried out Toronto' first skyscraper ever built in England. wjn hnvo. onp o{ tho t i _.-----------------------jrnce hotels in America. The pres-1 FAIRBANKS COMING lent proprietors decline to discuss the; Quebec. May j probabilities, hut those in close touch) Fairbanks will officiate representing the Messrs. Xolaon say that when i (he United States nt Quebec lev- j.the liceii.se is taken away c-.-ntennry. 1 will be run as a temperance hotel. Second year chanieal and electrical engineer would like position in Lethbridge for; Pmties.etc. cninloqmsm n couple of months this summer. Ap- j 120-0 ply X, Herald Office. GHES This is a combination that yon CAn always bonk on here. Conches and Com- fort, and to make you keenly interested we make a stronger combination and add "Our unmatched prices." TyrpinfirnitinCo. m ime cm Coal, Ice and t I PRAYING Western Transfer Co. LOMCi BROS.Proprietors Office opposite, Balmoral TELEPHONE 63 WANTED j A GOOD COOK or housemaid. Ap-j ply Mrs. F. E. Mason. 30 Argyle Ave.' 113-Gi ROOM AND BOARD j TWO FRONT ROOMS for rent with I hoard, home cooking, men's Soc's, at the R. Adams bonnlinp house, now run by Mrs. Talbert. 122-6 FOR SALE One car of horses. to; 1.300 Ibs. Can be seen at Mrs. M. Ar- noil's Routvl Lake Rnncli. Elinor. Alberta. 123-2 We Have Now for Sale BALED HAY, OATS AND CHOP BONELL FURMAN Lmry, F ti mi Sde Stable Cor. MM and WANTED i A jreiieral servant. Apply Mrs. R. K. Sherlock. Bompas Street.: 123-0 __________ __ FOR SALE 2-Moivy brick store nn tt 8t.. si.iKin cash. iialJMic.' oasy. Ap-! ply BON P., Herald. 123-6; Vancouver.. H. C.. May 5. David j 0> k, brot'.r rf Thos ark C. T j R at Lynon and withj c- ?n Toronto, was Irownidl while crossin? Fraser river at with the ferry last Tuesday. marked cheque of amount of his ten- jder. Cheque to im.dc payable to C. to of one-quarter Bowman, secretary-treasurer "fiction of 1GO ncrcs more or less. Application for entry must be made in person by the applicant at TI Do- minion Lands Agency or Sub-Agency iar tlie district in which the land is -iituute. Entry 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. homestead-.-r is required to per- form the duties under one the following plans: (H At least, six residence upon and cultivation of the land in year three years. ('2' A may, if he so desires, perform the required resi- (ieiice duties by living on faming land owned solely by him, noi i %ss than eighty (SO) acies in extent, ia the vicinity of his homestead. Joint liWiuTship of land will not meet this requirement. (3) If the father (or mother, if the father is deceased) of a homesteader has permanent residence on farming land owned solely by him, not less than eighty (SO) acres in extent, in the vicinity of the homestead, or up- i on a homestead entered for by him in the vicinity. ?uch homesteader may perform his own residence duties by livinir v.ith the father (or M) The term "vicinity" in the two priC'-ediiig paragraphs is defined as meaning not more than ninr miles in- a direct line, exclusive of the width of road allowances crossed in the 1 measurement. (o) A homestciider intending perform his residence duties in ac- with the above while living 'with parents on fanning land by himself notify the Agent 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. Vf. CORY, Deputy of the Minister of the Interior. I Photos 9 I W HANDFORD ,J N. Unauthorized publication this advertisement will for. of ;