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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 16, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LCTHBRIDQt, TABER TALK Taber, May it puts them in good form and sharp- ens them for the fray. Keep it up boys. Keep it up boys; you will I soon get to it, for it is only u which was well attended, the subject being "Irelftmi." The lecturer traced the nntecedonls of the oHjr __... ____ ____ .ciim' Dobbs, Llu) islignl of what you may ex-! UTS hi tho island up to the. present, genial proprietor of the l.'niou ,mml. waS the recipient today ot Hearty the men it lijis produced in literature congratulations on the arrival of ai two liun.lred pounder. 'art und commerce, ami the high .lusi inside tin- (M'.H. fence this i Mtions attained alt over tlie world morning liol words between two in- hl the colonies by Us sons which led io blows ending 'he emigrant from the Creen wood, H. C., on a visit to her sister, i oj. grounded u Isle wherever ho may be situated The- Hoard of Trade were hammer- ou lhi, of Uu. vvilil a'proud of his Old Country. A vote of irsg at the authorities lor a long on the arrival of the proposed to the lecturer time before they made up their minds i uas peace ami quiet. sou and h'.'ir this morning. .Mrs. Munroe, wife of the Kev. K. aiuni'OL'. left heiv for (Jrecii- t Ask those wlio regularly visit our Parlor they r.i... ROCHON'.S ICE CHUM to build a bridge nrross the IMJy Hi- vor north oi' the town and which will in the near future be an accomplish- ed fact, initial work having al- ties of materials ou the spot. Tlu; accident. to the ferry yesterday when the cable broke, caus- ing it to go iuli'ii't fully ladi'ii with li-iuns and passengers was fully suili- cit'in to shov the great necessity for a briiige. A hii'jje of set tie is ni'o aliv.ulv i lie and nx.'i'o blill voniiiiii so thai in a short spare of time u thi'ivjiiju toun in that quur- teip will In1 iu .Messrs. and Toiid, agents for the CocK.shutt L'low t'o. have ivceiv- i-d liic sev. n mriow plow sokl to .Mr. John Klder. '1'hey pet'i ilie -Jt) power ijja'-xiliiie i-n- for the same customer on .Mon- day or Tuesday next. Tin.- hoys of the lacrosse club are practicing hard every evening. They evidently intend to well prepared to nnvt iheii' antagonists ii ti.ati'hi-s if a. ances show f.u- tiling. After last matters of urgent will be con- A meeting of tho of Trade is summoned for this evening, when cor- respondence and importance sidered. The basket hall match the I'algary and teams announced for this afternoon ha-s been postpon-; ed to a future date owing to the un-j avoidable non-arrival of the former.' by 11 r. Primrose Scot) in hnppy terms, seconded by Mr. A. C'hun-1 pelt in a short felicitous Corporal Mason, has hwri at l-ethbri'lge for the last1 veek on detailed duty has returned to town and resumed his duties in tins district. Jack Bishop who was charged be- i ore Inspector Howard, K.N.W.M.IV, Annual with working a struy horse was dis-1 The of the four hotels ere all got their licenses renewed vstenlay at Lc-thbridge. We under- stand tlie Inspector represented be- fore tho License Commissioners that a hotel was not needed at the north end of tlie town where the Stoyal is situated. With this we beg to dif- fer from him. as it is the onlv hotel j.speech was put before the meeting by i the chairman, Rev. J. K. Munroe, [ami carried with loud acclamation. '.The lecturer returned thanks In a '.speech, interspersed, as was his lec- ture, with humorous sketches and chnnicteristic of the race. The singing of the Na- tional Anthem and the pronouncing f thl, l.nmgh ..vening to a close. an inter- as if of threat -ome of the play- a crutch or two service while in ITS look would be other coses the appearance of swolM) faces looked as if the service of a dentist would lie of benefit or a water bandage of service. A knock against a wall would scarcdy have caused larger swellings, but it CHURCH IS FLOURISHING Report of Wesley Church Shows Gratifying Condition of Affairs That We-slev Church is in a flourish-1 stamp of the "Risin ing condition wa.s abundantly prov- en at the fourth quarterly meeting of the official board of Wesley Church, which was held lust evening when the quarterly and annual n ports were received. The membership has hi- in this part of tne town and the pro- j creased from 19 to 244 during the year in spite of the removal of 3G UTTER TO THE EDITOR THE C. P. R. AND ASIATICS Taber, Alia May M, 11KW. Kditor of the Herald. I Sir: Aiv the C. 1'. It. to hf con-1 gratulati-d for their jiivat philanthropy in importing over 70 r'-'" pairing of their line heivr We drew attention on Monduy Li-t to the im- portation to Raymond "1 about the same number. SuMy tin re are more, than suilicietit of th. race in the country anxious and willing to and not able t" it. Kvery dollar earned by the white intin is spent in the country, thereby helping to build it up and making it I perous, whilst in the other case nine- ;y-nine per cent, leave.- it. Leather j j medals should be struck with the Min" on it and of the ct- Do You Make Pastry? If so, our Royal Patent Flour Will interest you Royal Patent Pastry Flour It will anvo you 25 per cent in lard bills. The flour is cheaper than ordinary hard wheat flour. Made from the blending of soft and hard Your Grocer has it now fllison Ming S flmtor b. ltd. Raymond Uagrtth Lethbridge. NOTICE WANT ADS TKNDKRS will be for the 25c. one Insertion. 6 Insertions fl.QO cleaning of the streets of the village of Stafford, up 1'eacock, to May 29, 1006. Si-en'tary-Treasurcr. ;j2 12 svnt proprietor has always conducted it in an orderly and upright manner. The opposition to its renewal is very, mystifying to a number of the resi- (Knts besides the fact of its being one of the first hotels built in the town. A most interesting lecture was de. livered in Knox Church this evening is nil taWn in part, considering by the llev. .1. .Morrow. I Introduction Sale We are preparing to sacri- fice heavily to advertise our new that many people are not aware that we are handling, and to de- monstrate that thooc- 5 are worthy of this store. ini-nibers. The financ s are in good shape, the revenue on current ac- cuunt being with expendi- ture of An extra effort will be made to clear off all outstanding debts. The reports of the various branches of the work showed the work to be in a flourishing condition. j The report of the work accomplish- 1 ed in the North Word was most grat- ifying. The opening of the new church to be known as Westminster Church, will take place tomorrow when Rev. Dr. Allen, secretary of Home sions will preach in the morning and at Wesley Church at night. A tea meeting will be held on Mav 25th. presented to each on in grateful uf the help they are givilig their i.wn cnuntrymen. j No doubt tlie company has done good for the country but ii they have tin y got large irom the gov- ernment in grants of large tracts of land which has reap >i them a great golden harvest and a thousand per cent, more than th-y have given or will give to the community. They should remember that this is a white Notice I Having bought the Colum- bia Restaurant from Jang: and Jang Yip, all debts contracted by the restaurant will hereafter be paid by us. WAH CUONG CO. country and that it is the white race that supports ili'-m. Feelings run high at the action "i this company as regards the labor market, which is spreading throughout the and the day must come and perhaps sooner than expected when the directorate wiirpay some to the will of the people. While on the subject of this com- pany we trust that beard of trade will move and that quietly in prepar- ing a statement showing the great dis- Messrs. Firte. Taylor, Peat and A us- advantage this district is under as tin were re-licensed as local preachers. I regards the question of rate.- as coin- Messrs. Raley, Daniel, Hoyt, Hamil-j pared with other districts and that ton, Cragg, Neelamls and Austin llu' matter of cornp tition how we elected stewards for the ensuing year, "re unduly doubt.Mr. Halstead the C. P. R. freight agent the last named being re-elected re- cording steward. S. J. McDiarmid was chosen as delegate to the annual district meeting to be held in Macleod next week and Geo. Heighes chosen to represent Coaldah was I i in all the better weaves, col- ors and sizes in great variety all absolutely new from the world's best factories. Also our Curtains and Draperies must be made known. You have seen the displays of beautiful Madras goods in our windows some weeks go too. Away with the old worn rugs, the sum- mer sunshine will show them up, the brighter light on ours will make you the happier. 20 Per Cent Discount will be given on these lines for 10 days only, sale com- mencing Monday, and is over Thursday, May 28 Come on Monday in good time and make your select- ions. Don't procrastinate, avoid dissappointment lurpin Furniture Co. promised to look into the matter wlu-n he attended the hurriedly cvilled ing of the board last week, to meet him at his request, but our exper- ience goes to show that nothing will Lethbridge second. The board docid- come of it and that it will be a dead letter, unless the question is con- stantly agitated, and repeated repre this way only 'can 'Ve. "cwnifrrfiwdyvl attention to the just claims made. CORRESPONDENT Of The Herald at Taber. to publish or the voar. a financial statement THE SEASON'S BEST ATTRACTION The Louise Brehany Co., whom the Young Men's Club are placing here next Friday is a company of stars and will doubtless be appreciated. Al- though the tickets are placed at a dollar and a half the tickets have sold so fast that the body oi Wesley church will hold only few more. The plan will be open on Monday. In a review of a recent concert giv- en by Louise Brehany, the great Amer- ican soprano, in .conjunction with the Sonsa Band, the New York Herald's musical "critic said, "An altogether charming, refreshing debonair creature is Louise Brehany, the primma (ton-! na; she came.on the stage with an unaffected grace and ease that won every heart before, she sang a note. She sang sweetly and with good meth- od; and one can understand her even- word. The great audience was de- lighted with her; burst into spontan- eous applause, and would not be con- tent until she sang a third song." Miss Brehany sings in Wesley church on Friday, May 22nd. WANT MR. SJLCOX Toronto, Ont.. May North- ern Congregational Church extended a call to Rev. J. li. formerly of Winnipeg. P.O. Box 38 Phoe HAND PAINTED CHINA Today Ends that Exhibit at Wright's Jewelry Store William Heai CompanyLtd DUFFETUX STREET LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. Plumbing Heating Ventilating No Charge for Estimates We solicit your Repair Work and aim to satisfy Don't be behind the times and out of date. Have your home, oflice or store electri- cally lighted throughout. Let us install a system of lighting in your home. It wil cost lit- tle, but please you very much. McKCNZIE ROY Fhane 204 Just Arrived CAR OF GLASS We can now supply yonr requirements for any size from 4 in. x 4 in. to 50 in. x GO in. Wholesale and Retail WM. OLIVER'S PLANING MILL Office, Yards and Factory: uma Hum STIKTS Telephone 158 W j I I L: Do you know that America now ex- cels Kurope in the art of pointing china by hand? If you happen to pass R.A. Wright's jewelry store today you can verify this; statement with your own Mr. Wright's store is completely filled with an exhibit from the Pick- ard Studios, of Ravenswood, Chicago. This exhibit is only here for today, and if you are a lover of things ar- tistic and out of the ordinary in china you can not afford to miss this dis- play. Mr. Wrieht will pay the duty and i the freight himself now for that Junej wedding, or for fall or Christmas j shipment. Von can have any piece you wish painted to order. All orders placed during this exhibit will delivered by Mr. Wright of duty. The beautiful shapes, pleasing dec- orations, brilliant coloring and diver- sified stylo of handling, together with the rich gold work, all combine to give Pickard's hand-painted china that ex- chssive merit so much apreciated by people of taste and refinement. No- thing tolls the story so well as the china itself. It must be seen to appreciated. Every piece produced in Pickard's i studios is entirely h-and-pninted. each, article representing the individual! work of one person. I ftlberta Is the ON ation Company now for sale LOTS RKET lots Korth of tke Railroad and Hot Vestaiister H. FROM 1 C EACH East of Westminster each WANTED WKLL Dili LI, wanted al once to ut (lown northeast of I.eth ridge. The O. Korr Co., South nl Block, Lethbridge, Alberta. 12S-0 WANTED Wanted at once, a first class iron noulder. Apply to The Lethbridge ron Works Co., Ltd. 128-fi POULTRY WANTED Wanted to purchase for shipment to Nelson four doxen laying hens any ireed or mixed breeds, but white Leg- lorns preferred. Bay Co. Manager Hudson 128-6 Second chanical WANTED year S. P. S. Toronto me- and electrical engineer would like in Lethbridge for a couple of months this summer. Ap ply Box X, Herald Office. 120-0 SYNOPSIS OK COAL MINING Htti ULATIONS Coal mining rights ot Uie Dominion Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the North-West Lories und British Colunroiu, uuiy be leased ior a term of twenty-one years uL an annual renta! oi an acre 'Nut more titan acres will be leased to one appiicai I. Application for u leui.e um.st be made to the Agent or Bub-Agent ol the district in which the rights ap- plied for are situated. In surveyed territory the land must be described by sections, or le- gal subdivisions of sections, and io uusurveyed territory thu tract appli- ed [or shall be staked out. Each application imist be accom- panied by "a fee of which will b" efu'ided if the rights applied for are lot available but not otherwise. A oyalty shall be paid on tlie Jiier- output of the mine at the rate of live cents per ton. Kvery of. coal mining rights which are not being operated shall burnish the district Agent of Domin- ou. Lands with a sworn statement to that effect at least onre m each year. The lease will include the coal mining rights only, but tlit- le.see, may be permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may be con- sidered, necessary for thj? working of the mine at the rate of J10 an acre. For full information application should be made to the Secretary of the Department of the Interior, Ot- tawa, or any Agent or Bub-Agent ot Dominion Lands. WANTED By competent accountant, positioi in wholesale or retail establishment also qualified to take charge of hote office. First class references. Replj stating offer to R. S. Prince. Box 171 Calgary, Alta. 30 6 W. W. COIIY. Deputy Minister of the Interior. publication of this advertisement will not be For FOR RENT Two front rooms with board, homo cooking, meals 25c, at the R. Adams Boarding House, now run by Mrs. Talbert. 30-G WANTED A young girl to assist in__light housework and in taking care of baby. Apply to Mrs. F. J. Mc- Keown, Baroness Road.- 306 FOR SALE CHEAP 1-baby carriage; go cart, both in good stateof repair. Apply 313 Bom pas St. 3i-; WANTED A woman or man and wife for housekeeper at Isolation Hospital Apply Dr. Campbell, Ott Block. 31-6 BOARDING HOUSE Mrs. T. W. Hannibaii has openec a boarding house at 416 Round stree and is ready to take roomers am boarders by the day or week. 31-26 WANTED A cook. Apply to Mrs. F. H. Mew burn. 132-0 Good PASTURAGE pasturage for horses ant cattle, well fenced and plenty of wa tor, G milr-s east of Lethbridge. Ap ply to 0. Kerr, Box 658. 32-6 FOR SALE Alberta, restaurant, best stand ii the city, well established business complete stock of -confectionery, to bnccos. fruit, etc. Kasy terms.' Ap ply on the premises. Mon Yuen Co. Oliver Block. 1326 MULES FOR SALE 6 large mules, weight Ibs. to Ibs., extra good. G. W. Heathc- sliaw, Afagrath. TENDERS WANTED FOR SITE PROPERTY 33-G TOWN- h, one-third 6 nuiUhs.Vco !2 months. Tenders will received up to 20th May inst., for the purchase of forty acres of land, the property of the I n-sbytfinan church, Lelbbridge and described as the S. W. 1-1 of the N. W. 1-4 of Sec. 17 W 4th Meridian. This property would make an excellent townsite for the No. 5 j shaft now being sunk. Terms 1-4 .cash. Balance secured, at 2, 4 and 6 j months witl, a per ccnt. jnteTTSt. Thc jh.ghest or any tender not noct-ssarilv j accepted. Apply E. U. Chan-man B. of M. 128-6 CITY OF LETHBRIDGE Assessment Roll NOTICE is hereby given that the Assessment Roll of the City for trip .year 1903 hns beon prepared and is now open to inspection at my olrice in the City Hnll from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on every judicial day except Saturday [and on that