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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 28, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LITHBJUPOt. ALTA.; THURSDAY, MAY 21, III! OF CANADA Idknil Graft issued for the me of Travellers, payable in all parts of the world. ilooey transmitted to any point by Canadian Bankers' Association Money Order, Draft, Bill of Exchange or Telegraph Transfer. Negotiable Paper handled on most favorable terms. A Deposit starts a Savings Account at any Branch, on wiiich highest current rate of interest is paid quarterly. LETJH BRIDGE BRANCH: J. R. Mitt JEANNE RUMELL With National Stock Company TABERTAli J. W. Chumfrcy, A. II. Frascr, F. A. SchlucteV, ID. D. Kccppcn, C. Huelle, Joe McGovern, Giueinoe, N.D.; II. W. Tuber, Maiy to thy incle.Griffith, Rolettc; R. 0. Sec and wih, tuency of the- weather and tho heavy Wisconsin, downpour of rain yesterday evening Owing to the unfavorable condition the masquerade ball which was tojof the weather the different lacrosse have been lield in the opera house and baseball matches arranged for was postponed. Empire Day had to be postponed. Mr. Gus. Neidig and wife returned to Lothbridge this evening by the Spokane Flyer. A large party with teams and with banners Hying started from the Knox Church yesterday morning on. plea- DURATION OF A DREAM Dr. Verwon of Says that The Longest Dream But a Fraction of a Do You Make Pastry? If so. our HoyaS Patent Flour Will interest you Royal Patent Pastry Flour It will you 25 per cent iti lard bills. Tho Hour is cheaper than ordinary hard wheat flour. Made from tho blending of soft and hard wheats. Your Oroi-fr has it now Ellison Raymond DcntsT Co. ltd Market Place When have aayiaiof it Mtt to reit place it ia ii wis't Mjrtbiaf MM 25c f iMertiMS for SI sure and picnic bent. The crowd was steered north east about ten iniles to the river's bank and halted at the residence of Mr. White who kindly placed his habitation at their dispo- sal. Although the morning looked cloudy, and the-sun was partly hid by the clouds, no thoughts of a wet evening dampened their ardour. A good deal of maneuvering was notic- able at the start as to the occupancy of the seats but eventually every- thing was arranged to each one's mu- tual satisfaction. The journey out was enlivened with songs and chorus- es. When within a mile of- their des- tination a race ensued between, sever- al of the teams ending in a dead heat with three of them. Mr. McCallum's single rig also ending with them, the others corning up dismounted anil started gathering flowers, finding primroses in full bloom. The gentle-.j report oi rifles, and the lamp, un- men having drawn off the teams to i steady in the hand of the moving stable the horses, the ladies proceed- ('man- became the flashes of guns to ed. to the house to prepare luncheon the dreamer. to which shortly after all sat down, The whole experiment had lasted enjoying a hearty repast. The a few seconds, yet the dreamer things provided being disposed of, j had witnessed the -whole battle, with London, May long does a dream last? The famous physcholo gist, Professor Verwon, of the Uni- versity of Gocttingen, has just pub-j lished a book'in which he relates many interesting experiences. Am- ong the curious experiments made by him is the following: He told his valet to come into the room where he slept with a lamp in his hand. Although fast asleep and with his eyes perfectly closed, the light affected him through his eye lids and started a dream. He would dream in such cases of a sunset or a fire. On one occasion when the valet ap- peared to drop an object on the floor and knock it against the furniture, the sleeper dreamt of. a battle. The noises he heard W-TC to him as the OLIVER'S HALL The National Stock Co., June 3 und 4 (two hill, Nat Good win's great 4 act comedy drama, "In Mizzouri." This comedy is one of the the noted actor Nnt Goodwin evi-r starred, and it has made more money than all of the great comedy dramas ever produced. Jim Radburn, sheriff of Pike coun ty, played by Mr. Ray Brandon, is Mie part that Nat Goodwin made fam- ous. Ray Brandon is a finished actor and will show Lethbridge some clever acting. Miss Russell, the leading lady of the com- pany, will play Kate Veraon, daugh ter of Jo Vernon the village black- i Coal, Ice and I PRAYING Western Transfer Co. LONG BROS. Proprietors Office opposite Balmoral LOST On Saturday evening, a gold brooch, wish-bone and maple leaf design, with pearls. Reward will be given for its return. Finder please communi with Herald office. TELEPHONE 63 games were started, football being tho first indulged in, succeeded by a game of lacrosse, ladies vs. gentle- men, in which the gentlemen came off victorious. So the time passed mer- rily but as is usual on such occas- ions, several piirs were missed. No doubt they were taking views of the beauties of nature. There being no bell to call tea, a appeared at the door, which wus sufficient notice to all to reassemble. Tea being dis- posed of CluuTie and Bob started to wash up the plates and dishes but Charlie will not lx> again allowed to act in that capacity owing to the novel method adopted by him in hav- ing the cups full of water and plung- ing the cloth into them with the re- sult that the water squirted out, re- smith. Dave and Elizabeth is the comedy in the bill. Dave wants a .sti-ady job. 'Lisbeth wants to get married, thr- situations are go funny. It is a big laugh from start to finish. Ths clever company will play a ro- Lurn date June 8, opening in 'The Squaw a typical western dra- ma. Doors open at 8. Show starts 8.30. Prices General Teaming When you require your gardens ploughed, your yards cleaned up, cellars or any other teaming lone, SEE US, or phone 201, or !rop a post card in the office, your order will receiveour prompt atten- tion. COAL must be paid for. >ndelivery. Residence and stable of the barracks. T-AYL.PK, WANTED A GENERAL SERVANT about the SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINI MO REG- ULATIONS Coal mining of the Dominion in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the North-west Territories and British ColuarDia, may be leased tor a term of twenty-one years at an annual rental of an acre wore than acres will he leased to one applicant. Application for a lease must be made to the .Agent or Sub-Agent of the district in which the rights ap- plied for are situated. In surveyed territory the 15th of June. Cunningham. Apply to Mrs. E. A. 40-3 WANTED f WELL DRILL wanted at once to put down well northeast of Leth- bridge. The 0. W. Kerr Co., South- y ard Block, Lethbridge, Alberta. 128-0 must be described by sections, .or le gui subdivision of sections, and uusurveyed territory the tract appli- d for shall be staked out. Each application ,-umst be accom- panied by a fee of which will UP When you want DRAYING Done promptly and satisfactorily JOHN BRODIE: many episodes in which, were, of course, involv.-d the different persons the professor had met during the day. The duration of dreams is amazing- ly brief, the longest, says the profes but the fraction of a sec ond. The mind, during slefp, works with a rapidity unknown to it in waking hours. An example, among others, illustrating this fact is quoted by the professor. He dreamt that he was a witness in a pistol duel. He saw plainly the spot, the surrounding scenery, the two opponents, and their friends. f The duel started. One of the ad- versaries fell to the ground. He ran to the man, examined him, and spent a considerable tirrig in attending to M AX WELL ANSWERS McDON- ALD'S CHALLENGE quiring the drying as well as delph.' About 5 o'clock in thc evening rain commenced to fall and as there was no sign of it clearing a. start had to bo made for home, which commenced about 7 p.m. Those provided with umbrellas found them very useful for a double purpose, but enough! All the wounds. He then had a converaa tion with one of the witnesses, who eventually took his aim and said to him 'Come." He then woke up. A friend had called on the profes- sor, had knocked once with his stick on the bed, and shouted "Come" be- cause of the urgent engagement. Be- the knocking by the pistol arrived, safely, home though thorough- I ly drenched, vet cheerful. One and 3 I for the friend had knocked and all proclaimed they had a jolly out- 3 J shouted almost simultaneously. To the Sporting Editor, Herald- Dear published a ft w lays ago, a challenge, issued to me by one. McDonald, wrestler. Now. I im not in the wrestling business at .ill and have made no advances to Mr. -McDonald or anyone else and much prefer to keep out of such mix- ups altogether, but as for wrestling 'tini, T feel that I owe it to the fellows this place, who are interested in >port to accept the challenge and hereby agree to wrestle him providing he will accept my terms. I am no "betting man" but will wrestle him catch as catch strangle hold best out of three falls at some suitable place brkl ind loser 20 per cent, of gate receipts. Whether or not Mr. McDonald is the best man in the country will be prov- en. I believe there will be enough in terest in tlu- match to warrant him in accepting thn terms. I am out on the farm ami wish to refer him or his Pioneer Coal IS ON THE MARKET All Orders Strictly Attended to Cash Must be Paid on Delivery JUNES Prep. DARK AND LIGHT beer as brewed by the Lethbridge brewery are equally a mat- ter of taste which you pre- fer. Ingredients mostly the same, care the same, cleanliness the same, same everything to make a good beer, which the Alberta Pride brand certainly is. LETHBRIDGE BREWING MALTING COMPANY, LTD. BOARDING HOUSE Mrs. T. W. Haurahan haa opened a boarding house at 416 Round street and is ready to take roomera and boarders by the day or week. 31-26 FOR SALE 5 room cottage and 2 lots on Round St., cash, will give mortgage for balance. Apply H. Mac beth Agency, Post Office Block. 36-6 GENERAL CLEANING twept, carpi t laying and general house and yard repairs. Strict attention to orders. D. Cameron, P 0. Box, 548, City. 1356 in Leth- Winner 80 per cent. ing. Amongst those comprising the par- ty were Mrs. Coombs, Mrs. Munro, Mrs. McLean, Mrs. Tolc, Misses DQW-! zer, McLeod, Primrose, IJcck Mc- Callum, W. McLeod, Ritchie, Loomis, Messrs. Rev. J. H. Munro, Vickery, McCallum, Sid Wye, Owens, Mr. A. Long, Charlie Pearson, McPherson, Bob Anderson, Williams, Coombs. Hill, R. G. McFaddcn nnd other friends. A large of settlers are ar- riving. Amongst thc latest arriving (this evening) arc some who have come for -the purpose of acquiring land, which is Ixiing mpiilly taken i Thc soil nil round this district thc favorable prospects that arc evi dent, accounts for the great q'inn tity of land that has been purrhnscil recently, in addition to tho of applications for homestontls thn' have filed. The following arrival this evening: McMuHcn, Omcmee X. D.1: A. F.. Welsh. Wclrton City, N D.; Robt. T. Cnhnll. Omcmec, N.D. cou'.d not have elapsed ftgcnt to my fricm, Mr Jack Oldhanlt Lethbridge HoM, who will act in my capacity. Very truly yours. FRANK A. MAXWELL. CURED BY BEE STINGS WANTED The Lethbridge public and the travelling public to know the Hub Cafe is as clean and up-to-date restaurant as there is in Alberta, and that strictly white help is employed. Charges moderate Specials Tonight Spring Chicken Strawberries and Cream First-class Cafe IK TIBER IOTEI Mm ROOM Short Order Between Metis CARROLL DOYLE WANTED TO RENT Roome or small housej funn'shec or unfurnished. J. W. S., P. 0. Box 291, 13C if the rights applied for art; 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. Kvery of coal mining rights which are Lot 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 ruining rights only, but the lesee be permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may be con- 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 Bub-Agent oi Dominion Lands. W. W. CORY, Deputy Minister of the Interior. publication of this advertisement will not be paid 'or. TRUMPER "NOT GUILTY" Clinton, B. C., May trial of F. W. Trumper accused of murder vas concluded today. The jury found frumpcr not guilty within fifteen minutes. ROOMS TO RENT Two Furnished rooms, modern con- veniences, gentlemen only. Apply conu-r Glyn and Courtland streets. 1366 NOTICE TENDERS will be received for the cleaning of the of the village of Stafford, up to May 29, 1908. Chas. Peacock, Secretary-Treasurer. 32-12 BALED HAY Baled hay for sale. Apply Jas. Frame, 521 Round St. 139-24 Miss maker. DRESS MAKING Sinim, and costume TENDERS SEALED TENDERS, marked "For Orders promptly attended to. North Ward. 38-6 FLEET AT TACOMA Tacoma, Wash., May Unit- el States battleship fleet arrived here and anchored in Commencement Bay London, May is a prev- lent belief in many tie stings of bees act both protect- vcly nnd as a cure for rheumatism. Dr. Newton Friend, a reputabl, Suffolk physician, contributes to the1just boforc noon todny' urrent issue of Nature an account f a bee-sting cure which came under lis personal observation. Two or three years ago, he says, a schoolmaster who suffered severely rom rheumatism in the back delib irately exposed his arms to the stings of bees. By the time hia arms were well again his rheumatism had com- pletely disappeared, and he has nev-1 er had another attack. The gentleman who took this ic measure is now close to 50 years of age. Just Arrived CAR OF BEST RECORD SO FAR Ghent, May Farman, the British aeronaut today made two iflghts of 1600 meters in his aeroplane. This is the greatest distance yet ac- complished in a straight line. Whether a woman her own housework or it she cannot afford to work with poor tools. Kitchen Cabinets, Cheffonien, Cherts of Ward- robes, and many other labor saving devices to be seen in our store will pay for themselves in a short time in the labor saved. Investigate the goods, the prices will suit yon anyway The Turpin Furniture Co. GLASS We can now supply your requirements for any size from 4 in. x 4 in. to 50 in. x 60 in. Wholesale and Retail WM. OLIVER'S PLANING MILL Office, Yards Factory: dr. MM mi HUTU OTKTS Telephone 153 Hew Dayton Good accommodation for the travelling public. JOHN WHITESEL, Proprietor Firsit-clnss Livery in con- nection Mounted Police Supplies, Provinces of Alberta and and addressed to the undersigned, will be received up to noon on Tuesday, June 16th. Printed forms of tender containing full information as to the articles and quantity required, may be had on application at any of the Mounted Police posts in the North-west, or at the office of the undersigned. No tender will be received unless nade on such printed forms. The lowest or any tender not neces- sarily accepted. Each tender must be accompanied )y an accepted Canadian bnnk cheque ir draft for an amount equal to five per cent, of tho total value of the ar- ticles tendered for, which will be for foitod if thc party declines to enter into .1 contract when called upon to do so, or if he fails to complete the sorvico contracted for. If the tender be not accept-, d the cheque will be return m. No will be made to news papers inserting this advertisemcn without authority having been firs obtained. FRED. WHITE, Comptroller, R.N.W.M. Polico Ottawa, May 19. 1903. 42 WANTED Several teams, breaking outfit, to do ind Light by ,the acre' Apply at once to Thf 0. W. Kerr Co., Southard Block. 38 6 TENDERS WANTED Tenders will be received up till six o'clock on Thursday, May 23th for booth and restaurant privileges at Exhibition Grounds during big race meet on June 3rd and 4th. For apply to A. R. McGTJIRE, TO RENT Two houses to rent, water. Appl} Macbeth Agency. 41-6 The Alberta Railway awl ImgatiOD Company Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THE MARKET tots fcfiii of ft Eiiifni IN isi if feiiiistef ii FROM EACH SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST HOMESTEAD REGU- Any even numbered section of Do minion lands in Manitoba, Saskatch- ewan and excepting 8 and 26, not reserved, may be homestead- by any person who is the sole head of a family, ttr any male