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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 15, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, Illl Style and Value Some men Tuber, May complaints huv'e bei-u made Llie ladies and gentlemen, paVticukirJy-'Tjy 'the Uio town chief many cases ge.ulemc-n have their put correct I auove eyeryumig eise, when selecting Suits and Overcoats. Others demand jcouts toru and y-'stcruay two i ladies had their dresses torn. wcfir tiiat it is only necessary to pub- The Fit-Reform trade- irTark is in the pocket of Fit- Reform garments to guar- antee thai, 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. licly draw attention to the mailer when it will he immediately remedied There has been landed today from Iho C.P.K. for ilr. 11.. 31. Harrett n settler in the district, a gasoline engine from the Hart-Hit r Co., Charles City, Iowa. A large steam plow has been at work one mile south east of thu town tfor the- last uvek and a large qtian- !-JLy of land broken. j Wildman loft last week for !.Medicine Hat for the, materials neces- sary for the furnishing of the large store building for ijr. .McMillan .which is now almost completed. i At a special police court session held this evening at 8 p.m. .Mr. S. .J. Laylon, .J.I'., Mr.A Pete, Hammer charged a man with attempt ni assault and breaking his door with u club and calling a thief. Thu accused pleaded guilty and stated he was excited also apologizing to Mr. ilamimT. Under the circumstm Ask those who regularly visit our Parlor how j J like ROCHON'S ICE CREAM McKELVIE McGUIRE Sole Agents for Lethbridge. "You may ask for a good thing and never get it But, if you don't ask, you are sure not to get it" ESS In worth and wekr style and satisfaction Progress Brand Clothin will well Slight tl'Ollble for it. Ol the magistrate lined the accused two uad a half dollars, two and a half dollars for I he damage dune to the door and four dollars, costs, making ra total of nine dollars, which was in. An exciting scene occurred on the (Belly Itivur this evening which might have resulted in a .serious loss of life .While the ferry which is u.S'-d for the river was crossing the river laden with Uvo teams and two I waggons and some settlers, the guy rope broke and all control of the ferry was lost, it breaking away and Boating down the river (lite current of which i.s very strong) for atx.ut a quarter of a mile when fortunately it grounded near the banks, and with great difliculty the teams were got ashore without further mishap uiul Uic ferry secured. SPANIARDS FOUGHT FRENCH Encounter at Blanca Over Treat- ment of an Algerian Casa JUunca, May was an encounter here 'May 12 between tho and Spanish troop-; on the quartered fort. The Spaniards fir d first and it alleged tint the French Zouaves replied in kind. One Span- iard was killed and another injured, while the French had men wound- id. At the conclusion "f the incident Col. Dcnioutiers assumed command over the area reserved r the po- licing agreement to Spain. Tho encounter was the outcom, of a quarrel between some Spanish soldiers and an unarmed Algerian sharpshooter. The Algerian was knocked down and beat.-n by the Spaniards and is now dyinp. A ser- geant of the Zouaves who was in charge of a gate rushed to the rescue of thf sharpshooter. CULLED AT COLEMAN If BO, our Royal Patent Flour Will interest, you Royoi Patent Pastry Flour It will save you 25 per cent in lard bills. The Hour is cheaper than ordinary hard wheat Hour. Made from the blending of eoft and' 1 Yonr Grocer has it now toil iUttj 1Itewtor Co, Ltd. Raymond Magrath Lethbridg-e TENDERS WANTED NOTICE TENDERS will be received for the WANT ADS Tenders will bo received by the un- dersigned lip to 15th day of Iftjr next for sinking a. sha'tt 6x9 left, on iicflr 22 West of the 4th Principal MeridUo. the shaft to be carried down to the coal seam but not to exceed 600 feet in depth. Full particulars may be had and specifications seen at the office ol. George Rogers, Lethbridge, or at. the office of Isaac Cockburn, 224 Banna- tyne Ave., Winnipeg. Tho lowest or any tender not ne- cessarily accepted. Dated at Winnipeg the 28th day oi April, 1908. LETHBIUDGE COLLIERIES CO., Limited, 120-11 Winnipeg. cleaning of the streets of the village 25c. one Insertion, (j Insertions of Stafford, up Chas. Peacock, to May 29, 1908. Secretary-Treasurer, j 3212 Montreal, May A. Dews, president of Dews Co., brokers, died suddenly today; aged 79 years. 4.12 93.70 3.75 The Western Tinsmithing, Ming and Heating Co, BOWVILLE Bowville, 5Iay Lloule and daughter and Alfred Houle and son, from Missoula, Mont., arc visiting their sisters ilrs. Ottot niul Mrs. Mer rion, on the Little flow. AV. It. Lindsay from Cla'rcsholm passed through IJowvillc Wednesday. Adam Link, from Lethbridge, stopp ed at Howville Thursday, Friday tPful Saturday, inspecting homesteads and proving up several claims. McKechnie moved his family onto his homestead, seventy miles I Coleman, May night u public meeting wafi held in the Mag j le's Hall for the purpose of arrnng- I ing for our 1st ofyfuly celebration. Alex. Cameron occupied the chair and conducted ihe business to be dis- posed of in his usual snappy and brisk manner. After some discussion us to the best course to pursue it was decided to appoint a managing committee consisting of Dr. West- wood, chairman, aiul J. Mclntyre. .Secretary-Treasurer. These were to organize committee of men ISlar.k Spring Valley, May lbc'.v "light as'the best W. If. Burns and familv have been luon to lieL in a capacity. Sold and Guaranteed by McKELVIE McGUIRE BLACK SPRING VALLEY quite .busily engaged in setting out trees the last week. Charley JIanrcn of Sundial bought i Mr. Graham then took the chair and called for suggestions. .Many things were spoken of along the Hue from Robt. and Ixion Hums one day sports and :U. tractions such as a last week a Ihu; co.v, two calves and graru! parade, football, baseball, aiul some chickens am! tw. nt.y-six bushels joiner tournaments, horse races, foot of oats. Although lao ight up in airaccs' balul competition, fireworks, city, Charley seems to know what is iotc- LasL 3'0lU' was given in wanted on a farm. and it is expected that as Mrs. C. Thompson v.as quite ill if not more will bu ottered this few days last week hut is much bet-! FORMERLY Walsh Peebles Hunt Nicholson Are prepared to give their prompt and care- ful attention to all orders They are" experienced men and guarantre all work LOCAL IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT in the public accounts for 1907 the following statemtut of receipts and in the Ixjthbridge local improvement district appears. Taxes collected from Jan. 1 to.Dftc. 31, 1907 Heimoursement account du- plicate payment on roads Proportion of advertising, court costs and redemption fees Proportion of interest and tax cei-tificato fees Returned unctushed cheque... Refund of unused tran.sport- ation............ Balance on hand IXf. 31, Roads Uridges........................... 6272.53 Fireguards 1098-10 Well boring 1926.25 Tools and implements 47.50 Ferries 311.93 Hcfuad Taxes 15.82 Clerical staff expenses 25.36 Sanitation S5.05 Inspectum of I'ublic 10.00 Xoxious weeds 130.25 StatT salaries, expenses .and postage in connection with Rducaiion tax. to be reim- bursed Proportion of advertising, court costs and redemption fees 4.42 Proportion of oflice start sal- aries, expenses and postage J8O8.0-1 By Balance...................... WANTED WELL DRILL wanted at once t. put down well northeast of Loth- bridge. The 0. W. Kerr Co., South- ard Block, Letjibridgo, Alberta. J28-0 j WANTED at once, a first class iron rmoulder. Apply to The Lr-tbbridge (Iron Works Co., Ltd. 126-G POULTRY WANTED I Wanted to purchase for shipment to 33.00 Nelson four dozen laying hens any breed or mixed bn eds, but white Leg- Mi orns preferred. Manager Hudson Bay Co. J28-C WORK WANTED Work wants d for two lads, years of age. Apply Box X., Heraid SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING'REG- ULATIONS Oftict 127-G DRESSMAKING Misses Dehiny, dressmakers ;md cus- tumers, beg lo nrmounce they have commenced business at 52-4 Crabb St. Orders promptly attended to, moder- ate charges. 127-G .CALL AND GET THEIR WANTED TO PURCHASE For a client at once, a small hous and lot, close in to business part of the city. For further particulars ap- ply at once to E. T. McGregor, Room No. 1, IVO. Block, or Box 387, Lf-th- brklgf, Altii. 127-G -TEAMS WANTED Teams wanted tu haul {Travel. Ap- ply John Gunn Sons, C. P. H. Bridge. 127-G ROOM AND BOARD Room and board for a ft w men at the Hudson's Bay Housi- 100 Smith St. 127-G 1st South of HERALD OFFICE PHONE 266 P.O. Box 1387 north of Lethbridge and had to stopper at thp present tim at Bowville from Wednesday until Thursday on account of rain. A dance will be given in the Bow- ville hall on the 22nd of May for the benefit of Mrs. Anna Atncoson Sundial. Ladies are re-quested Leon Burns and Miss son visited Miss Sundial last Sat.mday -Air. and Mrs. Ira iiii. of j those that are 10 gi'ovc. started. Th v Last night (Wednesday) the Senior! Ihlma Peter- j football team lined up on the field i Engen of to P'-iy nd- Sunday, is are among i> to get a out over i bring .supper. Jilvnrybody is invited.'300 lives last .Mr. Fred Winters has a good well! Miss i Brain' on his place atji depth of 15 feet. home bsi Sunday. visited to play the .Juniors from Bellevue] but were disappointed by the latter; team not putLing in an j i On Tuesday Air. Kobinson, brother-: in-Iaw of "Dug" James the: misfortune to get between ;v horse and a car, in the main tunnel of the mine, when iho horse, stepped upon a It is the only well in that neighbor- I'ifns of last week are'bringing loos hood. People around there have i the grain along at a. rapid pace and rlr- very unfortunate in trying to dig board which Hew up mid caught "binson on the ankle, the cat- P.O. Box 38 Phone 299 William Head prospect is that there will be wells. Some of them have hardly'bounteous harvest, bcvn doing anything else for the last 1 Link, our genial homestead in- s-car, jspector, Mr. Sibbald and Mr. Prayer meeting was held at Mr. took dinner at H. Burns' on Thurs- Averalls last Saturday evening a a couple ago, is able :ind is homo good crowd being in attendance. The Bowser, of fettle Bow, who expected singing school meeting was underwent an operation for appendi- not held last Sunday evening as was cjtis in the Call TTospitgl in Jjelh- expected on account of the rain storm so it was given out for be around. day evening after prayer meeting. A; this week. good crowd of young folks were pro-1--------------------------- sent and listened to a good HARCOURT WAS ELECTED by the Kev. Mr. Scragg. London, May Harcourt. tenders will now be received 'Liberal, son of the late Sir Wm. Har- a preventing his escape. Luckily no; bones were broken ami a few days in bed will put him all right again. i Mr. Raymond Francis Van md Rev. Albert Beau of Wash., friends of Mr. Md'hee, of the Coleman Mercantile, arc visiting in; town. Thv-y arc- really on an gulistic tour and on Mr. McFhee's in-j vitation arc including Coleman in j their trip. Both are enthusiastic. J whole-souled young men and their music, singing and ability to] conduct open air services, should j much success in their chosen work hero and elsewhere. We wol- B. C. METHODISTS Vancouver, U. C1., May tho Methodist conference today Rev. kilin Robson, of Wallace St. church, Xanaimo, was elected president of he conference by a vote of 62 out of 83. Rev. A. E. Roberts, of Victoria, was re-elected secretary. Coul mining rights ot trie DoiniiiSoii id Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, i be Yukon Territory, the North-West Territories and British Coluimna, may be leased tor a term of twenty-one years at an annual rental of an acre Not more than 2.5GO acres will be leased to one applicant. Application for a lease must be made to the Agent or Sub-Agent of '.he district in which the rights ap- plied for are situated. In surveyed territory the land must be described by sections, or le- L'al subdivisions of -sections, and io unsurveyed territory the tract appli- d for shall be staked out. liach application uiust be accom- panied by a fee of which will refunded if the rights applied for are iivt available but not otherwise. A royalty shall be on the mer- output of the miue at the nite of five cents per ton. Kvery bsaee of coal mining rights ivhich are i.ot being operated shall furnish the district Agent of Domin- ion Lands with a sworn statement to that effect at least once in each year. The lease will include the coal mining rights only, but the lesee may be permitted to purchase whatever ivittlable surface rights may be con- sidered necessary for the working ol mine at the rate of an acre. For full information application hou'.d be made to the Secretary of lie Department of the Interior, Ot- :IWH, or any Agent or Sub-Agent ol Lands. WANTED year. S. I'. S. Second year. S. I'. S. Toronto nie- chanical and electrical engineer would like in Lethbridge. for a couple of mouths this summer. Ap- ply Kox X, Herald Oflico. 120-0 DUFFER] X STREET LETHBRlDaK. ALTA. Plumbing Heating Ventilating No Charge for Estirmites We solicit your Repair Work and aim to satisfy Photos WANTED By coinpt'tfiit accountant, position in wholesale or retail nt. ali-o qualified to take chjirge of First class references. Reply .stating offer to R. S. I'rinco. liox Calgary, Alta. an G W. W. CORY, Deputy Minister of the Interior. publication of his advertiseniPMt will not be paid 'or. SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST HON1ESTEAD R ECU- WANTED A young girl to assist in light housework and in taking rare of biiby. Apply to Mrs. K. ,1. Mo- Kt-owii. Baroness Roiid. :iO G WANTED Wanted lately, class dining room jnrl fur Hotel Cypress. Maple Creek, Sask., free fare. Apply to Fred Downer. Hotel Coaldiile. 1101 Ford Street, Lethbridge. 30-3 HANDFORD till the Gth day of June for the mail] court by his second wife who thcm lo our town- contract between Bowville ami of Hon. J. L. Motley, Co., huv- i historian, was elected to the Hou'se ofihig thoir loss from lhu liridge. Sunday School services were held in Rowville school house Sunday morn- Commons Mmitrnse. the district of Cl'r't llic vvilh A good Ciowd was in attend- recently elevated to the peerage. ng. a nre. The Stephen arc agnm their homesteads this summer. llll'm ho.VS norniri I (heir claims. After putting in about. Mr. Casement has struck water onj acres near Elinor they have re--his claim at turned with the intention of- breaking Vivo feet. insurance people r.re- in pir.ce. of John offcrinj? a big line of tfoods, seasonable, anil hut by water, at snap sale started todjiy ami (the crowded store showed that most of slightly prices. The flopth of about forty- Arc You Aware That this Store has a most complete stock of Carpet .Squares and Rugs. All the sizes, colors and weaves are represented here, ami at prices that for its enthusiastic customers. Selling on tho cash basis means clos- vsl possible prices. I Turpin furniture Co. WHERE CASH COUNTS of the west a-s wen as llms'; ofj Toronto and the Ka-st. npproci.itc a bargain. Messrs. Ouinictt vt Wright are having' a ton (Jays' introductory sflle just to v.'ith pic and they are succcodinp; in a man- ner that, must bo most satisfactory to tfccm. In spite of the fact that sixty or more men wore In id off for sonic weeks the pay roll of the Internation- al Coal Coke Co. this month With Die coke ovens at work again, this will ho materially increased next month. Upton Co.. Into of Finrher Creek, have decided to share in the; good things of Cowman and nro op- ening up a tailor shop nnd gents' 1 furnishing store in. the Ashdown i block. Bills nro out for a social ond dance on Tuesday night, Moy VJth, in_the Kaplos' llall under I ho of the English Church. The ftlbsfta Railway and Irrigation Company Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THE MARKET lots North of tke Eailnri ail West ot Mriihr W. FROM EACH FOR RENT Two front rooms with hnrinL Imtu, even numbered section of Do- meals 2ao. at the [1. Adams minion lands in Manitoba, Saskatch- House, now run by Mrs. ewan and Alberta, excepting 8 and 'Talbert. 30-( not reserved, may be honiestend- rd by any person who is the sole head ;i family, or any male over 18 years uf ago. to the extent of one-quarter -ection of ncres more o.r less. Application for entry must be made in person by t.hc: applicant at n Do- iiiiniou Lands Agency or Sub-Agency for the district in which the land is situate. Untry 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. The home.steador is required to per- form tin; homestc.u! duties under one of the following plans: (1) At least six months' residence upon and cultivation of the land in each year for three (2) A homesteader may, if he so desires, perform required resi- dence duties by living on famine land owned solely by him, not oss j than eighty (SO) in extent, in [the vicinity of his homestead. I ownership of land will not meet this requirement. (3) If the father (or mother, if the I father is deceased) of a homesteader has permanent residence on farming land owned solely by him, not less BOARDING HOUSE j than eighty (80) acres in extent, in Mrs. T. W. Hanr.ihan has ned i the vicinity of the homestead, or up- a hoarding house at 4IG Round street j on a homestead entered for by him in ;ind is ready to take roomers and the vicinity, ?uch homesteader boarders by the day week. 31-2G perform his own residence duties by .'_.'" hiving with the father (or I Toronto. May M.-Tho Ontario The tcrm "v'cinity" in the two railwav board will not nllow street iwcecfling paragraphs is defined as FOR SALE 1 baby carriage: 1 pnod state of repair. pas St. CHEAP po c.irt. both in Apply 3K5 Horn WANTED To purehas.-. at once, a vacant lot centrally located. For further par i timlars. apply to F.. T. MeC.n por. Oflio.-. P. O. Block. :5l-2 WANTED A woman or man wife for housekeeper at Isolation Hospital. Apply Dr. Campb.-ll. Oft Block. 31 fi railway pers in companies to front vestibul carry s of cars. Also a few Acre Lots East of Westminster Road, each TERMS EASY One-third cash, one-third 6 months, balance 12 months. Interest 0 per cent, per annum llberta May ml irrifitm Ci Mtl. WANTED A cook. Appjvjo Mrs. F. H. Mew- burn. PASTURAGE j Good pasturape for horses anil cattlo. well jtleniy of wa- to.r. (j miles east of Lethhridc.' Ap plv to Geo. O. Kerr. llo.v CM-. fi FOR SALE Alhortit. restaurant. stain! in the city, well established bu-in-'ss. cojnplete stock of confectionery, to- fruit, etc. Kasy terms. Ap- ply on the premises. Moil Yuen Co., Oliver Block. 1326 meaning not more than nine miles in a direct lino, exclusive of the width of road allowances crossed in the measurement. (5) A homesteader intending to perform his residence duties in ac- oordance with the above while living with parents or on (firming land own- ed by himself must notify tho Agent for the district of such intention. Six months' notice in writing he piven 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 ol this advertisement will not paid for. ;