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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 22, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRI DGC; ALBERTA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1M. PAGE FIVE Place Your Orders for DRAYING Tuber, Oct. .Porter, a miner engaged at the Taber mine wa? yesterday taken into custody by the i charged with as- sault and battery upon an inoffens- ive young man. The pugilist had his j hearing this morning before Magis- i tralo Aubin, and pleaded guilty ty the I charge. After depositing costs of his hard earned cash for j his waywardness, he was discharged. it hopes Uut the good timea that are now ajgain .in. store for it may be shared by other campg. and the entire business spuhlic. The princi- pal coal producing mines' here the CeijUtd, the Enterprise, .the Scranton and the Rock Springs Boot- less Coal Co Ltd. Those producing mines of the black diamond cover only a small area when compared with the entire district positively conference with the Hon. W. H. Gushing, min- ister of public works'for Alberta. In reference to the grading and bridg- the coulee one and a half miles west of Taber, or more at a point situated on the Government road, between townships 9 and 10, range 17, near the- northeast corner of Sec. 35. Mr. Gushing informed the commit- tee that he wouldj on returning to Edmonton, take up the 'matter with the- department and left no doubt that the said crossing would be com- plied with next summer. A church has been organised north of ihe Belly river, the denomination of which is Methodist. The place oi meeting is.-in range 17 township 12 at -the residence of Mr. W. Burns The Rev. J. R. McCabe has charge Services are observed every Sundaj at 10 a.m. The dissolution of 'partnership be tween Frank Griffith and Walter Ma theson, general merchants north o river has been dissolved. Here-j ufter the business conducted by Mr. Matheson. Coal City the famous mining camp in township 10, range 17. passed through probably the dullest. period in its history during the present year. The causes of the depression1 have been practically, overcome. Whether "hard times" come for other locali- ties or not, Coal City expects to active and thriving during the com- ing year. Naturally Coal City .wants to be prosperous, but it has no de- sire that this prosperity may be se- cured at the expense of its neigh- bors. The basis of the camp is solid, and so ample that, it is wully capable of creating its own. prosperity, and Color, Flavor, Fragrance are fclje strong points will bt; in operation this week. T war cry for curs has practically ceas- ed as tin- numbers re-quired are now 'rallyf'ubtainecL An air of activity is observed on ov.ery hand. The .song of the hammer and saw is heard from morning until night. The concrete foundation for .t handsome sevc-n room residence of] proprietor 13, K. Bullock is nearly completed. Numerous f other dences are either planned or are m course of erection. First class hotel accommodations are meted out to their patrons Demmou Bros, owners and proprie- tors. The commodious and up-to-date mercantile house of Williams Bo-. is u credit to the new town. They make a specialty of drygoods, grocer- ies and mine supplies. Along the coulees and banks of the river the finest quality of buttling sandstone is found in abundance. The installation of a first claw brick yard is being agitated, as nj firi'l brick clay deposits have been fcuncl in Alberta than are here ob snved in abundance. The excellent quality of gravel frr concrete has already been pracii :ally .'emons'trated and a spur of the C. P. to these famous pits will 'be built next spring. This together witn the finest and purest water obtainable a depth' of only -6 feet through a subterranean stratum of piavel bids fair to bring Coal City be- Herald Market Race ktvc to place it this colMU. U you wait use this 25c oae iosertioi 6 inserlioas for >i ENGINEER WANTED An experienced ploughing engineer with Apply to John McCann, Bompas street, west of the Baseball grounds. 264-0 RAM LAL'S PURE TEA It's RICH, CLEAR fresh FRAGRANCE and DELICIOUS FLAVOR have made it hosts of friends. Are YOU one yet? IT IS PURE! POSITION WANTED By young married man, work on farm, or to rent farm that is stocked up. Apply Box R. S., Herald Office. 264-6 Ram LfcTs Tea is Sold only in Lethbridge by THE BENTLEY CO. LTD VEGETABLES WANTED tons potatoes; one ton carrots; one ton turnips; 1-2 ton beets; cabbages. Quote price or apply to J. Brown Co. 262-0 WANTED Two dining room girls. Apply Chow Sam's Restaurant, 264-0 TORIES TORMENT MACLEOD PAPER orc the gaze of this Western world. Chronicle Man Is Maligned and Abosed For Supporting liberal Party (Macleod Chrouicle) Much abuse his been heaped upon the editor paper by 'a bunch Business Men's Luncheon OCTOBER 23 at the HUB CAFE Fresh Lobster Salad Braised Veal Cutlets Mysljroom Sauce Mashed or Boiled Potatoes String Beansv Curacoa Trine Colerriaii Coleman, OcO Sceri, a Slav, was badly injured yesterday by falling' from the elevated tracks be- tween the tipple and the coke ovens. He had been at work near the tipple when he suddenly lost his balance and'feU-thirty feet to the ground. His injuries-are very serious as, besides having been hurt several ribs are broken. He was found lying on his back across a rail on-one. of the numerous below and it is a wonder that he was not killed ouf- right. JHe is. now at the hospital and will possibly recover.- A. B. McDonald, the Liberal can- didate for Macleod, was a visitor in of radical hide-bound would be politi- cians of Macleod for the stand he has taken in this 'campaign. The editor of this sheet feels highly compliment- ed to be criticized by such an ele- ment. Be it .'said 'for the best men in the Conservative party and said to WANTED To rent comfortable furnished house or cottage. Apply P.O.Box 607. 265-6 WANTED I am open to accept work in re- pairiag houses fitting storm doars, sashes and porches and other classes of carpentering. Apply P. 0. Box 502 or at Keyea old stand. Smith St. 262 -G Moynilian Beardsley Cab Hiring, Draying and Coal Delivery Phone 305 Ofice Oder's M Ten old Dainty Dorris In her clever of Vesta TiDey. This we know will please all. ncouragement from the Liberals right to any mart, and any paper, to vote as he thinks fit and to declare its principles asr-he thinks fit. These men. of honor and principle are of tho kind who wLU.Vdecuii; this election, and not the men who put their dirty tools onto- job of iiis'ilting and bully ragging a.: man because be ex- presses through', the columns of his paper his convictions. The honest and upright Conservatives of this town are thoroughly ashamed of" some of the men who profess to be the party leaders here and well they The Oxford Cafe SERVES GOOD MEALS. Has been Remodelled they concede the yregh Oysters, Cigars, Fruit and Confectionery FONG Proprietor CREAM "BUDD" REED WANTED Wanted at once, young girl for light housework. Apply Mrs. ,W. C. Ives. 261-6 SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINIMQ REQ ULATION3 Coal mini Of of the in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the Territories and British Colunroia, be for a term of tweutj-ow years at tn annual rental of an acre. Not more than acres will be leaded to one applicant. Application for a must made to the Agent or Bub-Ageul ol the district in which the ap- plied for are situated. In surveyed territory the Un' must be described by sections, or U gal subdivisions of sections, and ta unBurveyed territory the tract appli- ed for shall be staked out. Each application sjust be panied by a fee of which will reluaded if the rights applied for not available but not otherwiw. A royalty shall be paid on the aoer- chantable output of the mine at rate of five cents per too. Every ol coal mining rifhu which are not being operated ahalJ furnish the district Agent of Domin- ion Lands with a sworn Etatement ke that effect at leaat once in each year. The lease will include the mining rlghU only, but the leaee be permitted to purchase whateret available surface rights may be con- sidered necessary for the working oi the mine at ihe rate of an acre. For full information applicatiM be nude to the Secretary ol the Department of the .Interior, Ot- tawa, or any Agent or Bub-Agent [Dominion W. W. CORY, Deputy Minister of the WANTED Young girl for light housework. Apply 713 Duflerin St. 260-O BOY WANTED Position and home for good 'boy. twelve years of age to make himself useful and to go to school. Apply Box D., Herald Office. 28tK) publication this advertisement will not tor. WANTED AT ONCE Amateur performers in any line at the Eureka Theatre. See manager before Thursday night. 263-3 to G. W. H. Phone 211 _ V-LAO M Coleman yesterday and received be fo_ despicabic mcthods them of a sensational nature. The trpmoYtf frnm fVin T iKoxala _ -1 Ah infoxnial meeting was held n the Liberal rooms at he. Eagles' Hall last night. Short addresses were given by Mr. McDon- ald, Organizer Brown and Alex. Cameron, chairman of the .meet- ng. The meeting closed with three rousing, cheers for the candidate. Luther Nightengale who was. hurt n the mine by a fall a few days ago s again able- to be around though le will" find it -necessary to use a stick for several L. Z._ ifalhoit who has-been em- ployed in- the office of. the Interna- tional Coal and Coke Co-., here for almost a year severed his connection with the company last week. Mr. Mal- hoit left, for Calgary on Friday and it is understood will go on the road for a Calgary house. of campaigning have probably never editor of this little sheet, ...which been witnessed in any community on the face of the globe. The statement made by Mr. Herron at the meeting held Friday night that the editor of this paper offered to sell the plant to him is untrue. The editor of this paper ccould not have made such an offer to him as the plant nor any portion of it at that time belonged, to him, but was owned, by Mr. George Scheer and oth- ers. The editor of this paper will state further that not one dollar of the money of the Liberal .party or any person representing the Liberal party has been received by him; that it was his own money which bought what interest ho now holds in this plant, money he can well account for. The editor of this paper' wishes state to the public without fear Mr. Dave Powelson leaves tomor- row for the BjY.TJ., Provo, Utah. There was a very severe snow storm yesterday for this time in the year.. The snow is drifted on the streets today., Tom Ross, of Warner was in Ray- mond yesterday. The R. Y. P. S. meeting will be postponed on account of the weather until further notice. At Oliver's Hall Oct. 26th for One Week. OF LOCAL INTEREST On Saturday The Herald will pub- lish a very unique story which can- not fail to attract the attention of every reader. Several prominent Lcthbrulge people are to figure con- spicuously in a real live romance on which account the story will be of favor, that the system, persecution which is being waged against him by these hide boundj narrow minded pol- iticians, is unjust and uncalled for. He wishes further to state that His Ilonor Mayor Grier a gentleman who should bo above such things (that is if he did credit to his res ponsible and honorable position) has publicly insulted the editor of thi little sheet: did upon one occasion come into tht- Chronicle office at near ly twelve o'clock at night and make the threat that he would put the pa- per out of business and that an oth- er occasions since, he has made the same threat. seems to be stirring some people to the very core, just wished to say these few words- to inform the people of the despicable methods being used by the professed leaders of the Con- servative party of Macleod. In con- clusion, just one more word. It may be just possible for His Honor Mayor Grier with his money and the influ- ence he has with his tools, to" put the Chronicle out of business, but if he succeeds it will be to his everlast- ing shame. In the meantime he and his tools can rest assured that the editor of the -Chronicle will put up a SALES AGENTS WANTED 536.00 per week or 400 per cent, profit. All samples, stationery, and art catalogue free. We want one permanent agent in this locality for the largest picture and frame house in America Experience unnecessary. We instruct you how to sell our goods and furnish the capital. If you want a permanent, honorable and pro- fitable position, write us today for particulars, catalogues and samples. Frank W. Williams Company, 1214 W. Taylor St., Chicago, 111. 265-4 FOR SALE South African Veteran Scrip for sale. Apply J. McGovern, Windsor Hotel, or P. 0. Box 180. 263-6 FOR SALE Second-hand upright piano, terms cash. Apply 301 Bompaa St. 263-6 down Qght ana it will be if he with .goes colors flying. However it might be well to say that the editor of the Chronicle does not feel defeat in the air. Just another word to ,show how little the people are who are dofcg these des- picable things. That brilliant "bar- rister Mr. Church his clients left the boy they placed in the office as bailift 24 hours with a few dry sandwiches and a bottle of beer to satisfy his hunger, skates are they not? Rather cheap FOR SALE. Betweed two and three cord foundation stone, cheap. Apply E. N. Wakeley. 254-0 FOR SALE. A good team of horses for sale; weight about Ibs. each. Apply J. F. Frame, the Drayman. 252-0 POWER CO. TO BE ABSORBED Hamilton, Ont., Oct. is rum- ored here that the Cataract Power Co. is to be absorbed by Mackenzie and Mann interests. .FOR SALE A room cottage, acre lot, fruit trees and small fruits; faces on-two streets. Apply W. H. RobsorS 631 Crabb J3t. 262-S SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any person who is the sole heai f a family, or any male over 18 years old, may homestead a quarter-secttfM o4 available Dominion land in Saskatchewan or. The applicant must appear in penon the Dominion Lands Agency or Agency for the district. Entry Sy proxy may be made at any ageacf on certain conditions, by father, mother, son, daughter, brother or au- ter of intending homesteader. months' residence und cultivation of the land in of three years. A homesteader live within nine miles of his hoote- stead on a farm cf at least 80 attxa solely owned.and occupied by him by his lather, mother, ion, daughter, brother or aUter. In certain a in good standing may pre-empt quarter-section alongside home- stead. Price per acre. reside six months in f six years from date of homectetd ntry (including the time required U earn homestead patent) and cultinia fty acres extra A homesteader who has frhansini us homestead right and cannot tain a pre-emption may take a per- aaaed homestead in certain diatriesx. rice per acre. eeide six months in each of tkne cultivate fifty acres and erect worth 1300.00. W. W. COEY, Deputy of the Minister of tfce Interior. publication a is advertisement will not be pad or. FOR QUICK SALE piano for cash. Splendid value, must have the money. Apply Box S. T., Herald Office 262-6 WANTED Heavy team, sound and young lie even wont so far as to in form 1 Cheap for cash. Apply Box Her-j the editor of this paper that he had aid Office. 265-3 bought the shnck that the plant isi____________________________, _. now in, (and which by the way the' TENDERS editor of this paper is being bled forj TENDERS will be received by the FOR SALE One four roomed house on Wes- minster Road south of Courtland St. Apply Mr. C. C. Edwards. 262-6 to the extent of 835 per and and asked soon the plant could THE: Woodhall-Davidsoii Co. Ltd. SHEET METAL CONTRACTORS, MANDFJICTDXERS AND JOBBERS Are now located in the new Bowman Block, Crabb Street And arc prepared to give prompt and careful attention to all orders and inquiries regarding Metal Ctnkes, Skyliflits, Fireproof Witdews, Metal SfewgH Campled Irw, Eaye Troagk, Skett I'M, etc. Genera) Agents Pease Economy aiw Vicler Fsraaces ysi Registers Contractors are invited to investigate our Prices and Stock Phone 142 P.O. Box 627 particular local interest. Don't miss be moved out of the building. He FOUND Suit case found on Smith street. Owner can have same at Bradbeer's undersigned until noon Saturday, Oct. 24, 1903. for the erection of ten1 ton scales at the City Market. store by ior this ad. 262-0 for it' you do you'll miss a good j he -.vas stating an untruth and Plans and specifications may b thing. it. was done merely as a threat, he- seen ot office of city engineer. cause the owner of the building con- 2K4-2 C. M. ARNOLD, taining tlv Chronicle plant, at thej City LOST. A photograph of a lady. Finder please return to Herald and rece small reward. 265-6 We have inaugurated a new sched- ule of prices at the Bijou, 5c and lOc. doubt of that brilliant barrister Mr. Church who so ably do- fended in SALE OF WORK partisan political Judge j Three FOR SALE typewriters. NOTICE I am prepared to take in horses bj the month or season, plenty pas Tho Sister's Faithful Companions! of Jesus will hold their annual sale of work in the Convent on Thursday, Friday, 30th, and Saturday of October, from 9 a. till n. ra. Entrance on Coutts Street. a 1 Wilson at Mr. TIerron's meeting Stationery Co. other night, has at the time of the _____________ writing ot" fin's editorial a bailiff in Apply Western i Sffaw stacks and water. Ap 265-0 j ply .it Hemelryks farm, 6 miles eas -4-----------------------1 o{ town or address Jos. Fielding SALE Lethbridge. FOR 10x12 3 foot wall: teat stove; Canadian Pacific Railway Are yau contemplating a trip THE ORIENT, HONOLULU, AUSTRALIA NEW ZEALAND Are you contemplating a trip U CALIFORNIA or any Pacific Coast Point Or a trip to Winnipeg, St. Paul, Chicago, Boston, Detroit, Toronto, Montreal, New York, Or any European point thought Canada Chartered Corporation Ltd. Capital charge of thi> office, because forsooth i one rent of is four double ?prinp cot: one minute wash j UETHBRIDGE P. P. SCHOOL DIS- TRICT NO. 51 APPLICATIONS in verging will be past fine. j machine, ball bearing wringor on In fact that, brilliant barrister Mr.! standards; Shorthorn cow. Apply B. Church at the time of writing of this j H. Van Spauckercn, 626 Crabb "St. rr-ccived by the undfrsijrnod up to Financial Agents. Fiscal Agenta Brokers. for Royal Collieries Ltd. All Stocks Handled HEAD B. C. is making threats to tho i writer and his employees that ifccr-j tain conditions are not complied with! forthwith, he will have the entire! force in jail as though they j were the greatest scallawaps on earth. This mokes tho second time this radical method has neou so it, doesn't look as though the Chronicle has received a timber limit, docs it? Othf-r matters will probably be brought to light later and some of 265-6 16 p.m., on Tuesday, the 27th day of October, 1003, ior the position ran taker for the Central and Kindergar- ten Salary 530 per month. C. B. BOWMAN, This line is equipped with unexcel- led first class coaches, tourist and standard sleepers, and dining ears, coupled with safety, speed and com- fort. For folders and complc-te informa- tion apply to J. E, Proctor, District Agent, Calgary, Alta. All supporters of C. A. Magrath whose names are not on the voters' list arc requested to report at the Conservative committee rooms, Room 14, Whitney Block. F. J. McKEOWN, Secretary. NOTICE Aftf.r the 31st day of October, 1903, all accounts owing to the Lethbridge Electric Co, Ltd., will be turned over to their solicitor for collection. By Order. 259-16 FOR EECTMC DOT Those requiring connection fn "Electric Light supply will please at the City Office and sign a form application for same. GEORGE W. ROBINSON, Secretary-TrcMur ;