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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 19, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE THRZI RTH lartet Pbn Swt It ii! a clcfinhe ptomttc ty and w your purchase or -you can get yout money back. 1 i4 tfiousani jof m eiwy pin" ot Canada will not buy a ganneot that 300 AN ACRE REACHED Local Ranchers Outbidden by American in Many In- is Crowded with Buyers and Their Followers (Special to The.Daily Creston, auction sale of British Columbia Government fruit lands in Creston Valley, which be- gan yesterday wag contin- ued last night in. opera house ior several hours 'and again ttie hall was packed to its fullest ca- pacity with eager bidden. This morning at 10 o'clock when the sale continued" the hall was crowded A SYNAGOGUE-1 AT KINGSTON Kingston, Oct. He brews of Kingston will erect a synagogue on Queen street. Toward have given NOTICE transfer HopliiiStanlstej Cab Hiring, Draying and fo 0 SYNOPSIS Of COAL MINING REG ULATIONS rights of-tne Manitoba. BaaisHchewan, the Ymkoo Terriiory, the sod British man be leased a term of si 4B snnnal rental of acre. Not mow than acres will m leaded to applicant, apfUeatfcoo lor a leste to the agent or oi district in which the plied ior are situated. in surveyed territory the lair' must be described by sections, or W gal of sections, and ia unscrfeyed territory the trtct sppii ed lor shall staked out. jgaeh application umst be soooss panied by s fee of which will if the righU applied for are not available but not "otherwise. royalty shall be paid on the mer- chantable output of the uiiue at Every of coal mining rights WANTED Bookkeeper, experienced in double- ntry, lady preferred. Apply -with _ eference and salary wanted to Box which we not being operated shall Herald Office. furnish the district Agent ot DoDain- _____________ ljon witti a sworn jstatewent ts WANTED that sfleet least once in each year. By young couple two or three rooms I Tbe lease will include the coal furnished, in Tilley. Phone 197. Skeith mining rifhU only, but the leaee reimiUed to purchase whstevet ailable surface rifhte may be WANTED neeeMary for the working ol Ladv for confectionery store. Good the nine at the rate of an sere; wages' Apply 0. Ma. For full intormstion Application grath Alta. IW-i be made w the Secretary oi the Departoseat of the Interior, Oi or Sub-Agent 61 WANTED First class plumDer, need apply. Western Plumbing and Tinsmithing Co., Box- 417, Lath. bridge. WANTED Young girl for light Apply 713 Dufferin St. tawa, or auy Agent Dominion Lands. W. W.COKY. Oepvty Minuter of the ijnautboriied ol housework. i tbif will not be lor of G. A. Magrath not on the voters' at the All supporters whose names list are requested, "to report Conservative committee rooms. Room t'e at the time and had "arrived at 'the conclusion that Mr. Magrath had proved -himself a true labor by opposing this measure. I, wonder trict thought so then of think so yet. I wonder who delegated Mr. and interest unabated. Bidding for the blocks was even brisker 4han 1 sale been' Give him these and 'will hold for its smoothness, not a quib- >Ie lias arisen and all- the fruit Whitney Block. F. J. McKEOWN, .Becretary.- BOY WANTED Position and 'home good boy, years of age to make himself useful and to go to school. Apply Box D., Herald Office. FOR SALE.' Betweed two and three cord of Alj foundation stone, cheap. Apply N. is justice and fair play> t? his own against all comers. I am surprised at Mr. takinsj to correct tsisrsiy thought you would be no better tar- nished with information than he :Ncxt aoor to HermiaOfftce SIEW PSOGIUM TODAY NE W PICTIIRES _ K S0SUS Three every eveaing, 7.30 Popular Prices, I0e aatJ 15cr Doii'tjorget about the Gold "Watches we will give away Oct. 31. See them at Wright's the Jeweler and save ex- THEATRE US perts agree thai has etjtab- ished the price ol good fruit lands n this The upset prices of the Government for this land ranges from to and-it %oes on record- that-tie-.prices knocked down thus far sbkr J.3W> pet cent, higfier than the Government up- aet Today 'one block Und was knocked down Creston man 'JLot an Today's proceedings' were for the noticeable activity of.the, vis- itors in bidding; yeaterday the local men outbid theny "at'i every turn, and the object lesson conveyed .therein was apparently not Big pnoss re secured from several Spekane men, prospective settlersj and r the men from the territories sjso outbid the locals in many instances. The sale will continue late hours of tonight and it IB expected every acre will be sold. The town is crowded with visitors and s number were unable to .secure accommodation. To Mr. W. Hooper of Rossland is due the distinction of making the first and five bids in the first lota offered in this most unique sale. In conversation with M. Freeman, he remarked to the Herald that if Creston lands are worth an sere, Arrow Lake lands which, do not re- quire irrigation, are worth 50 per cent, more, while they axe selling at an acre. Mr. Freeman says they are meeting with great sucoeas in the sale of their lands and have a large number leaving on their excursion tomorrow. Do yon know we.keep a splendid assortment of in Men's and Ladies' Wear, also in web? When, you want anything in tpect our stock and prices Chow Sam Co. McKelvie McGnire's Old Stand SHORT ORDERS AT All BOURS We teams and here to d the all attended; to do well to get orir prices before placing your orders t-lsewhere Hayr Transfer Co. H. and .W. G. Hoie, PHONE 180 FOR SALE, A good team rol horses Jet veight about--MOO Ibs. ;eaohr- Apjay J.-'F. Drayman. _ 3, practically new. The F. Msson Land Co. FOR SALE A five room acre lot, fruit trees and small fruits; faces on two strete. Apply WH. Robson, Crahb St.-: u-. FOR SALE roomed house ninster -Road south of Courtland St: Apply Mr. :C..C. Edwards. Coal, Ice and 1 Western Transfer Co. LONG BROS.Proprietors Office., opposite .Balmoral H. O N E 63 ,_, FOUND.--'-. Suit case found on Smith street. Owner can have same 'at Btsdbeer'a stor by paying for this ad. 282-0 A dark chestnut colt 4 mos; old, white star in forehead, white feet, not branded. Had a wire cut on right side of neck and on left ear. re. ward for information leading to its recovery. Palace Livery, Ford 8t. Yon will be suited and bodily.if MARK JOHN- STON cleans and presses your suit. Your suit is guaranteed to.suit'you. fetid Balswal Hotel JOHNSTON MM IJ5 GtWs CdW REWARD Lost, two bay geldings, branded on left shoulders and one'W. H. left hip and on-right bip Alex. W. Harbinson, Taber. SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any person who is the sole head, oi aXfamily, or any male over 18 years homestead of available" -Dominion laniii in Mani- toba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. The applicant must persoi at Dominion LandA Agency or Sub Agency- for the district: Entry oy proxy may be made at any agency.- conditions, by father, mother, son, daughter, brother or sw (er of intending homesteader. months' residence upon tnd cultivation of the land-in each .of three years. A homesteader live within nine miles of his homer on a farm of at least 80 acr-s owned and occupied by Mm or by his father, mother, son, daughter, brother or sister. In certain districts a homesteader standing may pre-empt s alongside his home- Price per acre. Duties. -Must reside six months in of six years from date of homestead entry (including the time required, to earn homestead patent) and ciiltrinis fifty acres extra A homesteader who has "exhausted his homestead right and cannpt ob- tain a pre-emption may take a chased homestead in certain; Price per acre. reside six months irPeach of three years, cultivate fifty acres and' eiject a house worth W. W: CORY, Deputy of the Minister of the Interior. publication of this advertisement wiU not be paid NOTICE After the 31st day ot October, 1908, all accounts owing to the Lethbridge Electric Co, Ltd., will be turned over) to their solicitor for collection- By Order. THE in SILAS HASKIN'S FINANCIAL PLUNGE Every Second a Laugh DAINTY DORRIS PQNNER IMPERSONATIONS OF VtSTA TILIXY _ And other Prominent'ArtiiTU MICHAEL great Rawian Drama in Moving Summer Boarders Taken The Little Chimney Sweep BtTOE CHANCE OF WKTllLE MMfS Ml TMBWTS CMvMe QMCt idVttm mi Admission-Adults 25cf ChiidreB 15c DIAMOND CITY City, Oct. pany are having their houees painted, also the tipples. E. E. Reynolds severs hte cosjnee- tion with the company on Nov. tad. Mr. Moesym has recovered frotsr.ty- phoid fever and came. home the Xkftlt Hospital on Friday Bedwbnd and E. liave taVen up homesteads and and intend going on then early thte spriusj. The Youiif People's Society social at the IHxon o day last. There was a foosl crowi present and everybodky Jiemetf to a pleaeaat Kr. Patterson was a visitor at the Diamond on Satsrtsiy. Tlw company have erected a tre- And inteods) for offiOBS. Mr. Hamilton went to Cakfary Wednesday on churck >j Mlusssj. Mr. Wyette fe the storey of his store made iwio. a house. Kr. hss) the contract. Mr. RedMond Aas to the IRC WUCIIB nwimij mm IMKJUUUII uumpuuj Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THE MARKET Bounty Act NOTICE I am prepared to take in horses by the month or season, plenty of pas- WARNING TO PURCHASERS EVERY assignment of the right a South African Volunteer entitled to Ms lorth if tht art let rtHsttlisterM. FROM Xa EACH or ..ethbridge. address 1S1-6 of WANTED am open to accept work ri.ig houses, fitting storm doors. and porches and other classes carpentering. Apply P. 0. Box or at Keyes old stand, SPECIAL ATTENTION is calW te Sub-section 3 of Section 5 cf Volunteer Bounty Act, 1908, that no assignment of rifht of a volunteer by Also a few Acre Lots East of Westminster Road, each TERMS EASY Interest 6 per cent, per annnm One-third one-third 6 months, balance 12 months. P.inip NnticP H_m m iH SSSS SI SJ SSSff Si which DATED A DATE 6F THE WARRANT FOR THE LAND GRAN1 ieaued by the Minis- ter of Militia snd JDefrnce in favnr of the Volunteer. J. W. GREENWAY, Commissioner of Dominion Lands, Ottawa neiu The office of the Secretary Treas- urer will be open on Saturday even- ing from 7 to 10 p.m., for the conven- ience of those who wish to pay water rates and electric light rates. (Please do not make the that you have not received a Ml. GEORGE W. ROBIK80K, AmJCATftRS FW EEOUC LOT Thoee requiring connection Nr Electric Light supply will please caM at the City Office and sign a form of application for same. GEORGE W. ROBINSON, Secretary-Treasurer. WANTED TO RENT .Two furnished rooms, for light noosekeepinf. Apply Box H., ;