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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 1, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta ALTA. TUliDAY, IKPTEMilft I, IMI Esseettally AFarmers'Bank With 138 Branches iu in' the West the Union Bank has exceptional facilities for handling the business of Farmers, Cattlemen, Grain Dealers' and Retail Merchants, as well as of Manufacturers and Wholesale Houses whose dealings extend throughout the country! Negotiable paper handled oil the most favorable terms. Interest paid quarterly on Savings Accounts. 5THBR10GE BRANCH: J. R. Anderson, NATIONAL EDITORS LIKE THIS DISTRICT Lethbridge city and district caught Mo. Ovid Bell and Miss Bell, 111, H. B. Busier and wife, Gi- otto, E. 0. Bose, Magnet, Angola, Ind. Cur No. C. W. Junkin, Captain. W. F. Parrott, Secretary Reporter, Waterloo, Iowa. Mrs.' Parrott, Wat. rloo, Iowa. Mrs. Matt. Parrott, hon, orury life member, Waterloo, Iowa. M. Junkin, Ledger, Fail-field, la. Mrs. Junkin, Fairfield, Iowa. Mrs. Alice B. Booker, Advertiser, Gazette, Creston, Fairlield, Iowa. C. M. Dun- Chronicle, Ft. Dodge, Iowa, John A. Fox, National River and Harbor Washington, D. C. W. S. Boets. Leader, Hopkiuton, la. Mrs. Heels, Hopkinton, la. H. J. Green, -Public Opinion, la. Mrs. Green, Dt'corah, Iowa. K. A. Snyder, Record, Cedar Falls, Iowa. 'Mrs. Snyder, Cedar Falls, Iowa. W. I.JJranagan, Democrat, Kmrnetsburg, Iowa. Mrs. Branagan, Emmetsburg, Iowa. William Branagan, .'Emmets, burg, Iowa. J. W. Doxsee, Express Monticello, Iowa. Mrs. Doxsee Monticelio, Iowa. Mrs. Doxsee Times-Journal-, Dubuque, Iowa. Har Color, Flavor, Fragrance are the strong points of m the fancy of the members o'f the Na.. tional Editorial association. thf-ir trip into fhe .country, they lauded the land and the crops in a manner highly pleasing to our cit- izens. Col. Rose, of- Angola, Indiana, de'_ ehired emphatically that Southern j Gazette', Fulton, Mo. T. P. Smith, Leader, J. S. Brenne. man; Capital, Sedalia, Mo, Adolf Candrian and wife, Abend Stern, La Ciosse, Wis. 'C. E. Nevin and wife Advocate, Laurel, Nebraska. W. G. Pureell and wife. Chief, Brok. Alberta best part of Alberta, on Bow, Nt-b. -Miss Marietta Pureell, You have a fine district here and a [Chief, Broken Bow, Neb. Frank 0. Edgercombe and wife, Signal, Gene, va, Neb. Miss Joy -Hart, Signal, Neb. Tyler Kdgercombe, Fanner, Lincoln, Neb. S. E. Cobb, Eni- erscn, Neb. Fred N! Dunham and wife, Review, VVessington Springs, S. Col. John Dymond, 'Planter, New Orleans, Miss Florence Dymond, Planter, New Orleans, La. wonderful future." Col. Rose visited Calgary nine years ago and he said that at that time he was told that .-Southern. Alberta was only good for grazing. Now he sees with his own eyes that it is the best grain growing section of the -West. of Tribune, .Kansas, admired the' progressive spirit of Lethbridge. Our enterprise in im- proving the streets and walks _ im- pressed him and he was .also much interested in learning; that the city owned its. electric light and water- works plants and that the government owned the telephone system. Mr. 31enn comes from an oil producing jtate. Kansas fought hard to -keep Wie Standard Oil from getting a grip 'here but John D. Rockefeller beat Irving Todd, Gazette, Hastings, Minn. John E. Junkin and wife, Kan. J. Byron Plaine, Kan. M. .licm out." Mississippi, in the cotton belt, very jovial representative the party in the person of Dr. J. W. cas.: The Dr. had seen Alberta- nine years ago.'and the transformation in that period, was all he could talk The entire party was unanimous in Bulletin, Sterling, Cain, News, Belle G. Hemenway and Dispatch Hope, Kan. John Redmond and wife, Burlington, Kan. Ben Mickle''and wife, Clipper, Soldier, Kan. W. M. Glenn, Republican, tribune, Kan. John Glenn, Republi- can, Tribune, Kan. Will A. Steele, Nome News, Seattle, Wash.' E. P. vey Ingham, Register and Leader Des Moines, Iowa. Hepburn Ing ham, Des Moines, Iowa. William Ingham, Des Moines, Iowa. W. L Black, News, Elgin, Ills. Clifford G Roe, Chicago, Ills. Mr. Lyman lilac Elgin, Ills. J. C. Oswald, America Printt-r, New York, N. Y. Mrs. O.s wald. New York, N, Y. C. E. Hul Herald-Advocate, Salem, Ills. Mrs Hull, Salem Ills. Edgar F. Mcdrny Democrat, Waukon, Iowa. Ed. Moc igan, Star, Clarksville, Iowa. Mrs. J. Irvin Steel, honorary life member, Aahlance, Perm. Mrs. EL C. Buffing- ton, Philadelphia, Penn. Mrs. R. H. Thomas, Journal, Mechanicsburg, Penn. A. B. White, Past President, Parkersburg, W. Va. W. J. White, Inspector U. S. Agencies Canadian Government. Mrs. White. "Miss White. Daily Herald Market Place Whci you have to Mil or to reit'pUce it ii this COlttBl. If you wut tiytkiag USC ihii COllMM. 25c iuertioi f iisertiou for SI SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING REG ULATIONS -WANTED Young girl to take care of baby. Sletjp at home; preferred. Apply to Mrs. W. L Wilson, cor. Glyu and Ford. 221.2 RAM LAL'S PURE TEA It't RICH, CLEAR COLOR, fresh PRAGKANCE and DE- LICIOUS FLAVOR have made it hosts of friends. Are YOU one WANTED Furnished rooms with stove or fur. fice. house. iJox H., Herald Of- 222.4 IT RsvB Tea is sold only in Lethbridge by THE BENTLEY CO. LTD. WANTED General servant, four miles from town. Apply Box 542, WANTED First class cake baker. No other uood apply. Schweitzer Bros. 218-0 Tte CoaUili ItBtaurant Is the place- to get a good Square Everything uew and clean. Short Orders at all Hours Michell; Pioneer, Stevenson, Wash. Star, Sultan, Wash. Bribery Charges ClearlyJProven Wesf Coast Ta. Car No. Pokogama its tribute of praise to Southern Al- berta. They predicted a grand future for the country. It was evident this Will Mayes, Bulletin, wood, Texas, Captain. J. A. Richardson, Tccsin, Indian, ola, Miss. Dr. J. W. Lucas, Moor. head, Miss. H. F. Schapel and wife, .Mail, Rock Port, Mo. John Stapel, part of the West delighted them more Mail, Rock Port, Mo. E. A. Noyes, than any other section they had vis- ited.- _ "_ The visitors ridiculed the early closing by-law and one v gentleman said it appeared rather ridiculous to call Canada "a land of permit the 'existence of such a meas- ure. The politicians 'in the party, and most of those the Herald, met -were Republicans, were not pronouncedly confident that Taft would, win. Some of them disliked Roosevelt making the Republican convention choose Taft and one editor said there was a strong undercurrent 'of feeling against Taft on that account. However, -they, all agreed that Taft was the saLst'man to control tlie destinies of the coun- tr. Pendulu'm, East Greenwich, R I. E. Lesser, Courier, L; Tri-County Weekly, Tallahassee, Ala. Mrs. H. D. Dill, Birmingham, Ala. Mrs. Estelly Ryan Synder arid .daughter, Herald-Record- er, May wood, Ills. Wm. J. Synder, Maywood, Ills: Geo. H. Hughes and wife, Register, Clinton, Ills. H..D. Hemmens, Courier Elgin, Ills. E. L. N. S., Aug. Bayne ,trial in connection with the Colches- ter election case was resumed with the court room again filled with large crowds of witnesses and auditors. The case continues lo excite intense interest all-.over eastern Canada, and there is a big demand for papers con- taining accounts of the proceedings. The Conservatives generally make no bones about the" fact that the charges of bribery and corruption have proved to Their only con- solation is found in such reports as that of a Conservative witness yes- Watch the new Bulletin Board at Place Your Orders for OWING WANTED Work wanted, by man and wife, no children, on farm, ranch or in town J. Taylor, 1205, Duffarin St., Leth Coal mining righto of tne Dominion ia Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the North-Weal Territories and Bxitinb Colunroia, may be ieaSiid for a term of years at annual rental of an acre. Not more than acres will be leaded to one applicant. Application for a leaae miwi be made to the Agent or Sub-Agent ol the district in which the ap- plied for are situated. in surveyed territory lao- be described by sections, or U gal subdivisions of sections, and ia unsurveyed territory the tract appli for shall be staked out. Each application must be accom- panied by a fee of which will refunded if the rights applied for are not available but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the mer- chantable output of the jiine at the rate of five cents per ion. Every of coal mining bridge. 221.5 FOR SALE OWNER wishes to sell west half of Sec. 7-8-19 about 12 miles east-" of Lethbridge, near canal, railroad and neighbors. Price ?15, tennis. R. Hand, Hotel Windsor. 217-6 For the rsenn for each meal. Wouldn't onr menu suit you? ....WITH.... JUS, FRAME I Satisfaction Guaranteed PHONE 289 FOR SALE Five roomed cottage on Burdett St. Apply C20 Burdett St. 201-0 S FOR SALE One milch cow. Apply Mrs.P. Cain, Bailey St., North Ward. 217.0 which are not being operated shall furnish the district Agent of Domin- on Lands with a sworn statement to that effect at least once in each year. The lease will 'delude the coal mining rights only, but the lesee may be permitted to purchase irhatevei available surface rights may be con- sidered necessary for the working oi the mine at the rate of J10 an acre. For fult information application should be made to the Secretary oi the Department of the Interior, Ot tawa, or any Agent or Bub-Agent ol Dominion Lands. W. W. CORY, Deputy Minister of the Interior FOR SALE English military saddle, in first class order, cheap. Waddington Gibbon. 221-2 TO LET Comfortable furnished front bed- publication ol this advertisement will not paid tor. room in now cottage. Apply. Robt. H. Robertson, on Crabb side, between Courtland St. and London Road. 222.0 Ritchie, for the "defence, objected on the ground of the 'pxpense involved to the municipality: The court ad. t-rdav. who took advantage of Journed until to con- opportunity on 'the witness stand to slder the express regret that "the corruption' oh the other side wasn't being shown up." This argument is about the "only defence offered. :The first witness examined today was George A. Hall, secretary of the Conservative association in Colches. End of Hearing The Bayne inquiry into bribery and corruption in the Colchester bye- election came to u close this after- noon. The-prosecutors, feeling that they had adduced sufficient evidence to commit the prisoner for cided to reserve the other witnesses the case reaches higher Ring Up 108 Wlien you want DRAYING Done prohiptly awl satisfactorily. JOHN BRODIE TO RENT A furnished room, suitable for two irentlvmen. Apply K., Herald 6 Sice. 208-0 TO Furnished room Box 444, City. RENT to rent. Apply 220.6 _ The programme for the entertain- ment of the visitors as outlined in yi-stenl a v's Herald was carried out to the lottor. In the evening tho band concert and a danc.j wore the attrac- Solifsburg, Courier. Elgin. Ills. Mrs.jter. He admitted he had paid con. F. S. Greenleaf. Journal, Savannah, siderable money out for various ex- Ills.' Mrs. S. E. Mason, Journal, Sa. penses, part ol "which was afterwards I CQurL After by ACr. Hitch. vanrmh, Ills. Miss Caroline" Ruling, received from Frank Stansfield. He je> K C-> {or prisoner, whom he Bookseller, 90 Washington St., Chi. had also paid'the expenses of 'tlie lauded as a warm- cago. R; E. Perry, campaign orators, chiefly young law.. iieartetl, generous, etc., and by' Mr.j Winchester, Ky. Miss Goldie Perry J yers. from Halifax, to assist at.booths. power> K. C., who declared that ,ihe Sun-Sentinel, Winchester, Ky. W.H. Questioned concerning his visit to evidence proved extensive bribery H. Judson and wife, Bessemer on the day when. Beech. and corniption and that Bayne was :ly, Besemer, Ala. Miss Grace Jud.er Carr received a case of whiskey connected through Hall, .the Corner. son, Bessemer Weekly, Bessemer, by express, as related by that wit. valive seCretary with John Stansfield. Ala. Frank' Chricton, Banner, Clan, ness yesterday, he at stated he the niagistrate res.-rved his decision ton, Ala. I. E. Diehi and wife, talked to him for about five ruin- until Frjday. StockUed ROOMS AND BOARD Rooms and board for 2 or 3 gentle- gentlemen. Apply two-storey house, Barnes St., North Ward. 218-0 ROOMING HOUSE Furnished and unfurnished rooms. Apply John Oantin, Hill Block, SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN >JORTH WEST HOMESTEAD REGU- LATIONS Any even numberea section of Do- minion lands in Manitoba, Saskatch- ewan and Alberta, excepting 8 aad not reserved, may be homestead- ed tfy any person who is the sole head of a family, or any male over 18 years of age, to the extent of one-quartei section of 160 acres or leas. ippJication for eniry muat be made in person by she applicant at a Do- a.iuion Lands Agency or Sub-Agency tor the district in which the land situate. Entry by proxy may, how over be made at an Agency on certain conditions by the father, mother, son, daughter, brother or sister of an in- tending homesteader. The home-steader is required to per- form the homestead dutiet under one tions. Club. Quito a number of the party the evening Their spJUiift at tho Chiaook train Icftjat five Medicine wheu.askrd if he had any. ord, Utah." S. L. Rad. It developed on further exam don, Record, Park City, Utah. Mrs. ination that he had been in Carr's thing denied that he had H..'B, Varner, Dispatch, Lexington, company Dufferin St. 205.0 o'clock this moaning. Hat and Moose Jaw. The nit-mbers of tho party were-. Car No: Cuyahoga John -E. Junkin, Captain. Omar Grey nnd Leader, Stur- all that afternoon, and I anybody, or had received inon. J. L. Gillespie-Jind'wifc; from.Londonderry to Acadia j ey or {roni Stansfield Miss Mines with him. Asked whether he M. E. Neil Carthage, Tex. had been at the express office and us. Miss Eva Sanders. Register, signed for any parcel that day, o Centre, Tt-xas. J. S. Dalf-y and wife, nad given, -any parcel to Carr, Progress, Dublin, Texas. Torn W. Witness "could Perkins, Courier-Gazette, "had no Texas. is now here We can do your odd work in Screen "Doors and 'Windows and do it as yon want it Screen Doors Screen Windows Once made to fit your win- dows or doors they are good for years. CAR OF PLASTER OF PARIS Just Arrived the not or He held J. P. Chambless, .News, En. j Oarr's hofse for considerable time at ma, Texas. Acadisi Minus while Carr disappear- Car No. Thret- wl in thc but what Carr did Mr. and Mrs. Wm. A. Ashbroak, (Hall) could not tell. The details Independent, Johnstown, Ohio. Fe_ of.'what occurred between himself lix J. Koch, Feature Writer, Ctncin. Carr that day the magistrate nati, Ohio.-H. D. Hpmmens, Cour. to out- ier, Elgin, Ills. E. L. Solifsljurg, to strenuous objection of_ Mr. Courier, Elgin, Ills. James E. "Ritchie, K. C. gomory, Courier. Greenfield, Ind. Mary Montgomery, Courier, Green. field. Ind. Walter Fosnot and wife. W. R. BflOWN Carriage Painting Specialty House painter, paper hanger, wood finisher, etc. Phone 124 In exchange for livery barn oti Re. gina-Prince Albert branch of Ca i Nor. Ry., in live town of 700 people Cfod schools, churches and well settled. Will take stock for part or full payment. For particulirs, FORD TYLER, Lethbridge Hotel, Lethbridge Also agent, for Wells Land Cut- tle Co., Ltd.. dealers in raw and ini proved land. Will be plf-asod interested parties over acre farm. 20 miles south of Lethbridgc Harvesting now in full 25 Argyle land ior sale in vicinity. LOST On Saturday night, a taining a lady's skirt, return to Herald office. parcel con- Reward for 222-G LOST A brown and white English s-itter with tag numbered cither 36 or 37. Howard by returning to Fred Hick. 219-6 ESTRAY Found on my farm southeast of city. 3_20. two horses, one branded of the following plans: (1) At least sir months' residence upon and cultivation of the land in each year for three years. (2) A homesteader may, if he so desires, perform the required resi- dence duties by living on farming land owned solely hy him, not than eighty (80) acies in extent, ia the vicinity of hia homestead. Joint ownership of land will not meet this requirement. (3) If the father (or mother, if the father is 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 homestead, or up-. small h over G on right shoulder, is 800 WM. OLIVER'S PLANING MILL Offico, amVFaclory: Cr, IQHI UifU SIIHTS Telephone 153 Daily Sentinel, LcwLstown, Pa. Dic. trick Lamade and son, Williamsport, Pa. H. B. Hale, Gazette, East Hart. ford, Conn. F. L. "Kauffman, News. paper Union, Pittsburg, Pa. J. A. 1 Kautz, Bernice and Dorothy Kautz, Kokomo, Indiana (TribtmtO. Mi A. B. Crampton, Mr. and Mrs. H.B. Wilson, Carroll Co., Citizen-Times, Delphi, Ind. Mrs. T. J. Brooks, The Mail, Bedford, Ind. Miss May W. Brooks, The Mail, Bedford, Ind. Mr. McFaddon, Daily Record, Indiana. Hall, apparently, is witness who knows n, good deal, hut it was not allowed to be elicited. F. L. Jenks. of Panrsboro. sent word that he would not attend the trial, and a summons was issued. Driver McKay Called The Alberta Railway and Irrigation Company Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THE MARKET The next witness called was Fre. man McKay, Stansfield's driver durJj ing the campaign, and his agent at! Sk-wteeke. This witness is reputed to know a good deal of interest, be- cause of the fact of a license inspec- tor having seen a case of whiskey in his wagon at Stewlacke on election day. The magistrate's rulings again prevented eliciting what he knew. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Moffat, Eiwood, Mr. Power refused to examine, the Indiana. Ben Yale, Chronicle, i witnesses any further the court Waynesfield. Ohio. Mr. arid Mrs. L. I granted tho crown an opportunity to G. Ellingham, Democrat. Decatur, j cross-examine this witness. The wit. Ind. II. Simms, Morning" Tribune, i ness admitted he. had liquor East IJverpool, Ohio. H% A. Amos, lion day. but said it was only om Daily News, Sidney, Ohio. Clara 1 bottle. Tho prosecution propose to Amos, Democrat, Sidney, Ohio. Miss I prove by the liconse inspector tha Maude Thomas, Herald-Beaver, Okla_jhe had a whole case. The prosecu horaa. C. C. Fowler and wife, Bis. I tion here, asked for an artjoufnmen patch, Canfield, Ohio. E. E. Wil. J to bring in Jenks, the witness wh Harmon, Independent Press, Greggs-lnad not obeyed hi< subpoena. Mr. lets forth of tte EM iri West ri VBbBinter U. FROM (P 1 EACH Also a few Acre Lots East of Westminster Road, each on a homestead entered foi by bim in mouse and wfighs about 800, the i icinity, such homesteader pounds; the other a gelding, is perform his own residence unties by branded !azy B on right hip -and living the fat-her (or weighs about 800 pounds. Owner can have same by proving property nnd paying expenses. W. H. Sherd. ALBERTA SHORTHAND SCHOOL Try a Four Months Course at the "Alberta Shorthand and Typewriting McDougall Block, Cal- gary, and see the results. Terms un- usually moderate. Fall term opens August 31st. Positions secured for students. v 202-26 SCAVENGING Any person desiring a scavenger waggon or closet? ckaxied can have same leaving orders with E. P. Mee, c-o I'olice Station. 74-0 (4) The term "vicinity" in the two preceediug paragropha is defined M meaning not moi-e than nine miles in 221.3 a direct line, exclusive of the width of toad allowances croesed in the m A homesteader intending to perform, his residence duties in ac- cordance with the above wMle living parents or on farming land own- ed by himself must notify the Agent for the'district of such intention. Six months' notice in writing murt be given to the Commissioner ol Do- minion Lands at Ottawa, ol intention to apply for patent. TERMS EASY Interest }xjr cerct. per annum One-third cash, one-third 0 months, balance 12 months. Mterti Ml b (Iwd letttrfye, Utti. F yon want to get the want you want to you want to get your want in the want-get- Herald. The Herald wants your want because it wants you to eet the want 300 want to get. W. W. Deputy of the Minister of Un Interior. publication ol this advertiKement will not be TEACHER WANTED Teacher -srantod (female) for NLW. lands School District No. 1145, duties to on Sept. 1st next and to continue lo the end of term. Apply experience, what certificatf vi-nt salary expected. i CAWDRON, j Box 426, 210.0 Lethbridge. Be TWO SECTIONS of GOOD FARM LAND, EAST OF NEW DAYTON, ONLY AND PER ACRE See -1 Bros. Ott Block ;