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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 21, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta Just Arrived GLASS We can now requirements for any from 4 m. y 4 in. to 50 in. GO in. Wholesale ami Retail Office, Yards and Factory: cr uui nm UKETS Telephone PEACE MEETING HELD AT TABER Tabcr, May eighteenth of being the day sot apart as Peace Day by the Church of Latter Day a meeting was held last ev- ening at the local church of lj. D. S. which was filled to its utmost cap- acity by those connected with the church as well as a large number rcp- er concluded by calling on his hearers Lo look to the Lord in their troubles I and that peace would come to them I which wasf his prayer for them in tne I MM me of Jesus, Amen. The speaker! 'sat down amidst lead applause. i illss linker a selection on the [iSunofortt' with much taste and finish M-hich was warmly plaudod. The chairman then intnxtuced that known orator, writer 11. II. one jthe seven presidents of the seventies, j by nd- 'Salt Lake City, who was received resenting other iLcuoininutions. Great interest manifested the large congregation in the 'U'plause, prefacing his remarks, dress of the various speakers. lo usc un Americanism. After listen Van Onnnn pre.sided and to the who hAd .led him, one did not know what he proceedings commenced re- f hud to u" affaill'L 1'ouKhtcr-> ore the proceedings commenced quested1 that the various ofllcers IJo I1OL know lhaL the church should take their scats on -.i .visiting this country and Taber the platform which was soon filled: J IS ON THE MARKET All Orders Strictly Attended to If ust be Paid on Delivery JUB ISICIOfT: Prof. was he would be called upon to give an ad- by a of ladjes gentlemen. dress on peace but he felt that on The proceedings opened- by the sing- i a cm.yonc should ing of .1 hymn k-d by wc-ll trained Jmvc lo say. choir and orgnji und joined in by a1 number of members of the Tracing the origin of the- movement lion after which prayer was said Church sot apart this day Mr. Ceo. Quibeel. jas a _ucaco day for observance all ov- er thc world he said it began at the close of the last war between Kng land and America and hc was proud to say that thc initial movement WHS inaugurated by ladies who saw that such another war between twit such The chairman in u short address gave a hearty welcome to all at- tending the meeting thus showing their interest jn the noble cause of universal peace. Rev. J. n. ilunroc, pastor of Knox nations whosc interests were aU Church was then introduced and in most mutual, pructicallsy would a civil war Do Pastry? If so, our Royal Patent Floiir Will id roof jr vi Royal Patent Pastry Floor It will gave you 25 per cent in Unl bills. Tlie Hour is cheaper than ordinary hanl wheat Hour. Made from the blending of soft and bird Vour Grocer has it now mm Ming S Elevator Co, ltd. Raymond Ifarrath 25c. one Insertion! ADS SIX CHOICE LOTS i Hnje a Tsrniiz very easy, good location. Those wishing to purchase should act quickly as these lots wii'ubt lastf long at the pric4-. Enquire further of E. T. Mc- Gregor, P. 0. Office Block. 37-2 Lethbridge Auction Mart A consignment of Second-hand Bicycles to hand. For sale cheap. Also a line of Walnut Fur- niture, including Dresser, Sideboard, Stand, Table, etc, all furnished with marble tops. Sewing MtcHtnes Lots of other lines of sec- ond-hand goo4e sundries Please call and see Waddington Gibbon 410 ROUND STREET TEUEPHONE: his address stated that nothing gave more him gi-cnto.r pleasure than having iho whk.h ncsh and rncl privilege of joining with his country- jn lhfi clash of armies TWs men at that meeting in supporting Inenl ,ms spreadi ig in and and shaking of the great Hvc No other wftr had ftUrftct of having peace. Thc speaker allud- such aUcntloil frOm luUions. to several wars he maintain of Mf. rnovemeilt ffr0at rcsulls ed were necessary, the result being accruw, An cndeaVOr was that lasting peace ensued, referring IQ m.mg al, nations lljrfclhcr to thc crosses on our ling, explaining lhc intcr- they originated, embracing the nalional differences by arbitration part of the British Empire which was j withoUl thft rot.0ursc to war, the the pioneer in thc civilized world for ftmj Kreat sftcrificc prompting peace. He also alluded to of Hfc Thc Hague confcrcnco j thc wars of America between thc. WRS thc rcsult Qf this grcat j North and thc South, showing in lhc t.ftusc pcftcc> Two j thc stars and stripes were the symbol great international conferences were 'of one vast continent joined together. thjs Tnc first gave by thc closest of tics.while formerly hope Qf promisCi u.hcn many it was all dissension, all pointing to iari.angenionts were agreed upon but the fact lhat thc Anglo Saxon racojthc ]jlst was ,oss thc chief were to the front in the great cause 'dilTererice on thc question of of annumcnts. England could not agree John T. Sniollic, Stake shc hcr flect from Haymond, was then posscssions arc Sljrcad far apurt and in an effect uul address pointctt QVCr the thay expecl ,out that religious influence, obedience Lhat proleeUon af to the laws of the country and them cOuM not therly love all tended towards this .iny U( .grand cause. j n high standard of strength. Thes Richards, one of the Twelve ,COTlfcrences hftve dono great lht courts of arbitration are kept to all nations so that tuse. tioo. f Apostles, from Salt Lake City, in his address, said lie was delighted j I A BEAUTY DRINK like" beauty sleep, means a drink for good health. Pride beer, ow- ing to its purity, is par- ticularly beneficial aa a tonic, and if extremely nutritional It bottled by Lethbridge Brewing Malting Co. who will promptly deliver any quan- tity for'homeconsumption from a case up. LETHBRIDGE BREWING MALTING COMPANY, LTD. Wholesale MUSICAL Miss Cirisie Shorn, contralto, of the principal English and Scotch con- certs, is open to receive engagements for concerts, parties, etc. For terms und testimonials, apply by letter. Lcthbridge, city. 346 MUST FOR SALE SKLL-Hoiue in North Ward, 5 rooms; neat, now, rented at pi r month; mortgage can 11 run 3 years; balance wanted in cash to pay second mortgage due in June. Price Cash, 1800. Apply Hatch Coons, Oliver Block. 35-6 AND First-class Cafe IS TUEI ROni DINING ROOM Short Order Between Meals CARROLL DOYLE CIGARS AJURoy Successor to M. E. Pktt 50 P.O. 82 WANTED WELL DRILL wanted at once to put down, well northeast of Leth- The 0. W. Kerr Co., South- ard Block, Lethbridge, Alterta. 128-0 BOARDING HOUSE Mrs. T. W. Hanrahan hai opened boarding house at' 416 Round street arid 31-26 and is ready to take roomers boarders by the day or week. PASTURAGE Good pasturage for horsei and MINIMU HEW- ULATIONS Coal mining, rights of tne Domiuiou ih Manitobi, Saskatchewan, Albertu, the Yukon Territory, the North-West Territories and British Columbia, may be leaded for a terni of twenty-one years at an annual rental c! II an acre Not more than acres will be leased to one applicant, Application for u lease must bo made to the Agent or of the district in which the rights ap plied for are situated. In surveyed territory ihe land must be described by sections, or le- gal subdivisions of sections, and ID uusurveyed territory the tract appli- ed for shall be staked out.. Each application must be accom- panied by a fee of which will refunded it the rigliia applied for are not available but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the mer- chantable output of the mine at the rate of five cents per ton. Kver> lessee of coal mining rights ivhich are not 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 Available surface rights may be con- cattle, well fenced and plenty of wa- ter, 6 miles east of Ap- ply to 0. Box 658. 32-6 TIT r mm THE HUB Come up tonight for Straw- berries and cream; cream; roast turkey; much- rooms; ripe tomatoes, etc. with his visit to this grand country, can WHAT SOUTHERN ALBERTA PRODUCES (Cardston Star.) J The following letter, show- i inp the result of last year's i grain crops, has been received i by Mr. J. Obed Smith, assist- j ant Superintendent of Immi- a from Mr. L. H. Jeliff, i whosc farm is situated at J at Spring Coulee, Alberta: 3 "I had this year (1907) 214 ucivs in crop, 180 acres of wheat, 8 acres of barley, and 2G acres of oats. My averagw' yield of oats to the acre was 55 bushels, wheat 52 bushels, and barley 30 bushels. The value to mo per acre was: Wheat. onts, barley. The value per acre to me lust year (1906) was: Wheat oats, barley, Thr- highest price obtained by me this year or-offered me for my grain was: Wheat, 67 cent? per bushel; oats, per hundred; barley, per hun- dred, The above is bas- ed on value of wheat, oats, and harley, offered to me or sold by mo at threshing time t for October 1 to November, t not to the high prices offered i me for seed purposes on grain r reserved for that use. I had t a small piece of land on same t farm planted to "Khankoff" wheat. :i "Russian variety of hard winter wheat, which t yielded 63.G bushels per acre, fc hut T am holding it. for seed t have not quoted its value por fc acre." fop arhitration Un_ fftirly strongcr powcr sta.tcsmcn will intCrvCne and a gcttleincnt recommended and with' the fine edifice in which! they met that evening! built so to m6ct the demand of the church and suitable for thair social gather- ings, as well as for the worship of God. He pointed out tnat In all thc gatherings, whether of social j Uon Qf illternaiional wftrs and t entertainments or _ promotion of peace. The ladies! to congratulated as the pio- 5s also a court when appealed to. It Instrument in the E. T. MCGREGOR REAL ESTATE BROKER Agent for Farm and City Property- Loans, Insurance, Collections, Rent- als and Conveyancing..., List ..your property with me. Call at P. O. Block or Address Box 387, Lethbridge, Alta. FOR SALE Alberta, restaurant, best stand in the city, well established business, complete stock of confectionery, to- baccos, fruit, etc. Easy terms. Ap- ply on Ihe premises. Mon Yuen Co., Oliver Block. 1326 ACCOUNTS COLLECTED If you an account which you have failed to collect, leave it with me. I wil Iget it for you. Give me a call. K. T. McGregor, P. 0. Block. 134-6 sidered necessary for the working of the mine at the rate of 110 an acre. For full information application should be made to the Secretary of the Department of the Interior, Ot- tawa, or any 'Agent or Sub-Agent of Dominion Landi. W. W.. CORY, Deputy Minister of the Interior. publication of this advertisement will not be paid for. MULES FOR SALE G larjM- mules, weight Ibs. to extra good. G. W. Heathe- shaw, Mstgrath. 33-6 should remember that their' behavior, demeanor und manner should be ab- ove reproach and that their actions should be such us no man could con- demn or cavill at and be a! strong example and support to one another. The. Lord hateth the liar, the blasphe- mer, the thief and the wrong-doer, they should all remember to give -neers of this great movement. But the greatest burden of war falls on women. There is something that stirs 'in the young man's heart ami and the clash of arms that makes him go forth to join his comrades and to defend his country but it is a Glorv to God 011 hijrh and have on. ,._ v v. vu vj-u iiuv i different kind of burden and courage V> "Dortfrt orirl t nil mon I earth Peace and Good Will to all Our Father in Heaven would have) us live in peace, to Icurh His will, i the will of our Father and do His, will. We are all born sons of God, and put on thc-oiirth to do His will and keep His If we j Qf peace do we shall love One .mother, even I for mothcr hcarts Qf wife and sister whose to bear in sadness tho loved ones and is it women should BROTHERS' BAD BLOOD Ont., May a result of bad blood that has existed for about three.years between them, Walter Mournahan, of East Luther, was arraigned in court at Grand Val- ley, on a charge of wounding his eld: est brother. Henry Mournahan. The wound was caused by the stab of a knife ih the left breast and had it not been for the fact, the crown con- tends, that thv blade of the knife first came in contact with the man's Reputation ig everything these days even in ICE CREAM For the BEST go to I ROGH0N'S We sell Ice Creim in bulk WANTED contracts for put- ting down water wells. New rig ca- llable of going 500 feet if necessary. Address W. J. Bell, Bowville, AHa. 346 WANTED All kinds of farm and city proper- ly for salt-. I have for a tiumbcr of jood proportions. List your property with E. T. McGregor, -n forc. working.for that grami cm, flrc some things .ou cnnnol ftrhitnUe If a burglar our enemies as taught by the Gospel I ntcrs moct him und our Saviour Jesus Christ. Bro- with' arms Jn vom. hands watch, fatal. thc wound might have been ICE CREAM M Drifc Frail at CwftctitK G. W. H. REED Successors to Had ley-Roberts Co. Office, P. 0. Block. 34-6 FOR SALE A .snap in a dwelling house close in to business part ot city, terms ex- easy. Apply to E. T. Me- P. O. Block. 34-6 Phone 211 FARM PROPERTY INSURANCE PI nee your insurance with The Wa- .wanefisii Farmers' Mutual. The cheapest- farm property insurance in Canada. Apply E. T. McGregor, P. 0. Block. _ 134 C thcrs and sisters have had their en- hc finnt. will yon drop your arms and milics. nations have warred, but thejsny ,et us arhitrute'this cachings of Christ and thc Bible tell RQ thc ,XW. Or if another s to live in peace. The speaker nation inVAdes nnv of lhc possessions ointed out that when grievances of Orcat will EngJand sav, st and disputes arise, thoir neigh-. ,ct us nrbitrnlc lnis rihc.stion of in- ors or those in authority should belvasjon ailed in, everything explained hem and their decision vith, they being disinterested parties OF CANADA No. decidedly no, she will get out, or you will be kicked out. Before you can have must have justice. Nations as well would have no interest but these mcn ,cnrn lnc tcuchings of ercnces as they are taught in the Scriptures all pointing to the one grand end. the cause of peace. days, Christians suffered There was another peace, said SWQnl Wfts alwBys in lho justice first and those who have it on their side will not suffer. In the ear- shaker, the of mind. Thc best of lhc encmy for thc pcrKCClltion of The Star and surest cure was to believe in the Christians, but Christ on earth was Lord Jesus Christ who would Grcnt pcacemilkerp ftnd preacheil cnlm thc minds of those who on cnrth to men good and believed in Him. Tt is not in the rcvision of the Bible at- everyone that Kaith Lord, Lord, jlemlcd tf) by that cmincnl divinc that shall be saved, but hc that docth i Canon Powcrt it is written pence on the will of his Father. carlh limj lo men wU] The Prophet Joseph Smith. was in Heaven for great Revivalist of the land, wc nol reat, lhat Lucifer and the troubled in spirit, but he went nngeis wore expelled from the Lord for guidance and received Heaver, and all for the cause of peace peace in his soul and got deliverance. is a God of peace but also the To those who call on the Lord light of battles when necessary. LJMYS _______ j tiro useless without the power to en 43 Tews ol Bankers' Association MONEY ORDERS payable in all parts of .Canada and the United States, sold at all Branches. Qroslar tetters Credit issued for the use of Travellers, available in all parts of the world. Savil0S tak fcepartetnt established at all Branches. Interest at highest current rate paid quarterly. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH: J. R. Anderson, Manafer. FOR SALE Tt am of heavy draft horses, 312 inch Winona wagon, 15 double disc Maasey-Harria seeder, one. Bell City walking p'.ow. 14 inch McCormack Apply N. H. Murray. Roi 495 134-6 FOR SALE 5 room cottape and 2 lots on Rounc St., cash', will give mortgage for balance. Apply H. Mac b-th Agency, Post Oflice Rlock. 36- SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST HOMESTEAD REGU- Any even numbered section of Do- minion lands in Manitoba, Saskatch- ewan arid'-Alberta, excepting fi and 26, not reserved, may be homestead- ed by any person who is the sole head ui a family, or any male over 18 years of age, 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 Du- tninion Lands Agency or Sub-Agency for the district in which the land is situate. 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. The homesteader is required to per- form the homestead duties under one of the following plans: (1) At least six months' residence upon and cultivation of the land in ach year for three years. (2) A homesteader may, if he so lesires, perform the required resi- ience duties by living on farming and owned solely by him, not oss tha'n eighty (80) acies in extent, in the vicinity of his homestead. Joi-it ownership of land will not meet tb.it requirement. (3) If the father (ur uiothi-r. if the iher id deceased) of a 'homesteader has permanent residence on farming land owned solely by him. not less than eighty (80) acres in extent, in the vicinity of the homeitead, or up- GENERAL CLEANING Chimneys swept, carp I laying and house and yard repairs. Strict D. Cameron. P. 1356 attention to orders. 0. Hox, City.. Just Four More Days of Our Introduction Sale cf Carpet Squares and Eugs, Curtains anil Dtaperies. Just to introduce these i.ew departments we are making exceptional offerings The Turpin Furniture Co. Tke Utterta ywaj aid Irrigation Company Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THE MARKET WANTED two hundn-d of prai- rir broken at once, part close in. Ap- ply to Hoi 427, Lethbridge, Alta. WANTED TO RENT Rooms or small house, furnished or unfurnished. J. W. S.. P. 0. Box on a homestead entered for by him in the Ticinity, homesteader may perform own residence duties by living with father (or (4) The term "vicinity" in the two proceeding paragraphs is defined as nit-ailing not more than nine miles in a direct line, exclusive of the width of road allowances crossed in thc mi'jisurement. (5) A homesteader intending to Perform his residence duties in ac- cordance with the above while livinp with parents or on farming land own- ed by himself must 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 291. 136-6 ROOMS FOR RENT T.nrpe, airy rooms for rent; bath,