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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 2, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta Risk Baby's Health With Cow's Riffle Food thouid always be ike urn to ioavc crowing into a toty, healthy, Mufdy child. Tlui MnpoiakSie with dairy utfUc, whkh it a from many Nedle'i Food atwayt tKe ume and tKe aounakrMiit tor even the younfeat It neyer and nuy be obuifwo the worid Some think (key rouri lemam in tKe cky al becauae they "could Dot get the ume milk for haby." With Nedle'i Food at baby'i diet, mother ami baby may enjoy the mowtfamf or teaahore tafether Nesfle's k tks refect mbitkute for mode's rcilic and requires only water to preparf, Large iiMrlr ol the food arid eopy MW book THE LEEMINQ MULES CO. LIMITED, Color, Flavor, Fragrance are the strong points of ST LAWRCNCt BC'JLEVAHO, MOWTRf AL. 63 Guututruo Aisoiirrat PURE MAUUMCTUftttMTHC tatts IN tou. Daily Herald Market Place Whei you have laytbiMf to tell or to reit place it ia this colMBB, If you wait aaytalaf use this 25c oae 6 insertions for SI WANTED A manager for the Fernie Co.opera- jtive Society. Applicants must send j in experience and wages required to the secretary, on or before Saturday, Cardston Cardston, Sept. previously announced through the local press and from the churches, tho llcv. Mr. Fortune, Field Secretary of the Tem- perance and Moral Reform Leagms, largo audiences oa Sunrlny in both churches. At tho Latter Sabbath For-chairman .of this local jbrunch Messrs. D. E. Harris, sr., S. Beach, Hov. Whiteman and Edw. J. Wood were nominated. The last two withdrew and Mr. Beach also to do likewise. Mr. Harris was there fore elected. For Vice chairman, Rev. Whiteman, Thos. Ducc and D. S. Beach were nominated. Mr. Beach School he gave a strong Address to As iSCcrctal.y trcasurcr, Messrs. Wiu. the boys and the youths ami j s Ucv> Whlteiluin maidens, in-the morning, and at and w; o_ wero ntnninaled. Mr. Whitenmn stated he would do all uftenibun service the parents told of the object of the LeaKue, the" h-g pQWCr Uje organizulhm need for its labors, how its work w'Ithout oriicial recognition. Jlr. conducted and. that a local would )je organized. At the evening services he also ad- dressed audiences of the L. D. S.. Lee asked to withdraw and as Air. Bifrton was absent Mr. Williams elected. The Executive Coim: was named' and remained as follows: Mutual Improvement Association and j jas. T. Brown, Edw. J. the congregation of the Presbyterian i Thos. Duce, Rev. Mr. Whiteman, 11 Church. jWm. Pilling, Van Brown, MarV Yesterday, accompanied by Mr.'Spencer, Jno. W. Woolf, Trios. Ducepi Mr. Fortune interviewed I The constitution of the general or- a great many of the .business people 'gunization contemplates A local ex and met with a hoarty response in a.ecutivc in each polling division o Cnancial way. every electoral district in the I'rrA- As a proper culmination of the good, ince so that Cardston District wil work, performed, last evening witness have at least twelve other organiv-v the organization of the Cardston tions. Branch of the Temperance and Mar-! AT KIMBALL al Reform league of Alberta. j IMSI Sunday tho Stake RAM LAL'S PURE TEA It's RICH, CLEAR COLOR, fresh FRAGRANCE and DE- LICIOUS-FLAVOR have made it hosts of friends. Are YOU one yet? tlic 5th of September, Biggs, Ferine. 1908. Thos. 222.2 SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING REO ULATIONS mining rigbu ol the Dominion iu Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the North-Went Territories and Britiab ColunroiA, may be kagdd ior a term of twenty-one j WANTED i Furnished rooms with stove or fur. i uishcd house, Ho.x H., Herald Of. Tuber, Aug. a Hugh Savage ormerly of North Dukolu. but now resident of Purple Springs, is iu town combining business with pleas- ure. William jScott and son are shipping to Winnipeg a car of red fife wheat. Sum Wood1 ami family and Bert Tierce who came to Taber last spring from Western Idaho, to spend the summer, leave tonight oh the SOD Spokane, for Spokane, Wash.. Messrs. Wood and Pierce propose 'purchasing a tract of fruit land in B. thoy propose making their fu- ture home. They speak complimentary of Taber and her people, of the soil, and the magnificent crops .throughout the provinces generally and predict for- tunes to the grain growers in this goodly land. Councilman Beck, who was a heavy loser Fernie (ire, and who fcxs been since that time at the ill-futed city on business, arrived in Taber ;'i couple of days ago. IIu says, "Today Fernie is simply a city of shacks, tents, with only a few buildings covered. The citizens, notwithstanding their heavy losses, appear cheerful and IT IS PURE! (ice 222.4 years at aa aciiual rental ot an acre. Kot more than will be leaded to one applicant, Application for a lease must be made to the Agent or Sub-Agent of the district in which the righU ap- plied for are situated. In surveyed territory the Ian-" be described by sections, or 1 Ram Lai's Tea is sold only in Lethbridge by THE BENTLEY CO. LTD. WANTED General servant, four miles from town. Apply 542, Lothbridg-. 2'9.') Ite Coaldale Restaurant Is the place to get a good Square Meal. Everything uew and clean. i Stock Wanted tatawt's Old Stand Coaklale Block. Short Orders at all Hours WANTED Work wanted, by man and wife, no children, on farm, ranch or in town. J. Taylor, 1205. Dufforin St., Loth. bridge 221.5 In exchange for" barn on TO LET Comfortable furnished front bed- and London 222.0 In a short but forceful talk along Jents of both the Young Men's and happy temperance lines, the speaker said he young Ladies' Associations visited He coraplimcnts Mayor had been happily aisappomtol mjKimball Ward cfTected the 5s mMhnfl ftf conditions he has U-en of these associations. that Cardston was noted for Uw urn-j jpor the Young Men Messrs. J.'if. ount of liquor consume'l, hut-hi Arnold Jensen and Zera Wheel- now prepared to say Omt'viLli the new superintendency open bar located, 'along tho with jog. rjawson secretary-treasurer Nest Pass line there was tnoro aml F: Suminerfield chorister, drunkenness and immeusuruuly worse conditions than could IKJ found The new officers for the "CSToung La.- jdics were Mrs. Agnes Bennett. Miss Cardston or the Igcal option district v i n 'Helen; M. Knnball, and Miss Annie He advised keeping on the trail of those breaking the determin- ed vigilant effort could and would i control matters. He cited that Worcester, Mass., in.: twenty-six" days.: iu May, 1908, there were (inly seven- ty-four arrests when prohibition was in. effect, compared with il78 for the sameperiod in when Bennett. The former officers were retained, Mrs. .Icnnie P. i retary, Relta Thompson, treas., and Priscilla Adams, Journal agent. SUNDAY. SCHOOL CONFERENCE AT SPRING COUT.EE There .was a gooil sizetl party ot 'Sunday Schtfol people" who went Spring Coulee on Sunday' last to al- the ope'n difference of 30-1 favor of no license: the conference there. It inclwl Mr. .Fno. W. Woolf. M.P.P., follow- fed Supt. Mark A. Coombs, Assist cd in. a short talk relative to the im- I ants- Edward and IteVoc provements by way of more' strin- gent amendments that had been made in, the Liquor Ucense Ordinance rel- ative to miners, restaurants and the early closing of the bars. Ours was the first local option district in Al- berta created the votes of the pco pie and he was prepared to say that while then.' was "miuGF shipped in and consumed of our proximity to licensed districts, yet the amount was seventy-five per cent less than Woolf, with Miss Addie Robinson, W D. Sorensen andi Orson Anderson of the Union Board. There TTHS a larger attendance thaa ever before at the Sunday School morning session when the'regular his method of conducting affairs so atisfactorily to all, and the order maintained by the people generally. Mr. Beck predicts that the "New" Fernie will be a.larger and finer city when completed, thaii the one des- troyed.; Ho has not lost faith In her but this evening on_thc flyer to begin the erection ot a large business block. Mr. A. Rawlins, of Sec. 24, Tp. 12, R. 19, has this summer ploughed se- venty-five acres of sod land upon his homestead. In addition he dug a well twenty- two feet deep anil found a good sup- ply of water, erirc.ted a dwelling house 10 x 32 and ti barn, including a hay loft 2-1, x 2f> feet. Ho states'that the soil is heavier north of tho river than on the south, and is well adapted for agricultural purposes, as is already proven liy the collossal yields this season. LeRoy Bennou of Dcnnon Bros. Hotel, Coal City, leaves tonight on Sweet Grass. He will return within one week. Watch the new Bulletin Board at For the menu for each meal. Wouldn't our menu suit you? gina.Prince Albert branch of Ca room in cottage. Apply Robt> Nor. P.y., in live town of 700 people i Robertson, on Crabb St., west side, schools, churches and c'.ictrv j between Courtland St. well settled. Will take stock for part Road. or full payment. For particulars, FORD TYLER, Uthbridge Hotel, Lethbridge -Also agent for Wells Land. Cat. tlft Co., Ltd., dealers in raw aad im proved land. Will be pleased f.o show interested parties over ncu- farm, 20 miles fcOUui of Lethbridgc. Harvesting now in full land ior sale in vicinitv. TO RENT A furnished room, suitable for two Apply Box K., Herald Oliicc. 208-0 TO RENT Warehouse and office on Smith St. gal subdivisions of sections, and u> unsurveyed territory the tract appli for shall be staked out. Each application must be gccoiu pauied by a fee of which will refuud-id if the rights applied for are not available but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid -worried about an unevenly hvited have had cakes and bread, burned to a cinder on the other was will glad to hear of this new steel rur.go th.ti is really The front of the oven Jn a. Gurney- liaise is :us hot as the heat 5s evenly distributed done the new- Ox I ;1--- The- old style flue ilrc-v.- lu-nl to the hack of the raking that the hot- test pan. This A- fire divides tho lifcTii and forces "i it fvc-r the frojil of the it even Ec-rides tins the: Oxf-L Car.adian infilled the new nurnsevt-r of coal, all'the hcalor.tuf it. Yoi: tun this range r.Sl lha winter, >r the'jjnite has interim teeth which cuti all v: i dead ashes from the bottom of the fire mating it as am! Lot as if ncv.'y lighted. from to burning in a tnmuii without the use tools or The fire linings .ire heavy, may be ro-ioved tho of the range. This range is Iniilt of the finest (r.t, patent Ic-vclie f36.OO. Closot Rcr-orvolr 57.OO j You should see this fr.r particulars. f r i The Gurney Standard Metal Corripany, Limited Caigavy, BrotKerS? Selling Agents, Lsthbridge B i j I '-J -v r LOST A brown and white English st-tter witli tag numbered either 36 or 37. Reward by returning to Fred Hick. 219-G father is deceased) of a homesteader has permanent residence on farming land owned solely by bim, not less than eighty (SO) acres in extent, in the vicinity of the homestead, or up- on a homestead entered fot by him in the vicinity, such homesteader mar perform his own residence diities by living with ihe father (or C4) The terui "vicinity" in the two proceeding paragraphs is defined meaning not move than nine miles in a direct line, exclusive of the width of road allowances crossed in the measurement. (5) A homesteader intending to perform hia residence- duties in ac- GDRNEY-OXFORD Canadian Range ESTRAY Fr.und on my farm southeast of city. 8-20, two horses, one branded small-h over G on right shoulder, is j mouse wlor and weighs about 800 [pounds; the other a guiding, i; I branded lazy B on right hip and cordance with the above wMle living weighs about 800 pounds. Owner j with parents or on farming land own-- can'have same by proving property i ed by himbelf must notify the Agent I and paying expensed. H. Sherd. for district of such intention. 221.3 i Six months' notice in writing must j .-----------------------------------------------------I be given to the Commissioner of Do- i iminmn T.nnrts nt Ottawa., nf inipptifvn j ALBERTA SHORTHAND SCHOOL i i Try a Four Months Course at Golden Range "Alberta Shorthand and Typewriting j W. CORY, 51-52 McDougnll Block, Cal.j Deputy of the Minister .of tha GURNEY-OKFORD gary, and see the results. Terms un- usually mods rate. Pall term opens Interior. publication ol August 31st. secured advertisement will not be paid' ZUZ-Ztt ..for! kv.- for. TtACMER WANTED SCAVENGING Any person desiring a scavenger waggon or closet? clonuod can have; Teacher wanted (female) for NVvr. snme KT leaving orders with j Kinds School District No. 1145. duties E. P. c-o i'olice Station. 7-J-O i to on Sept. 1st ivxt and to continue ,c the end of term. W. R. BrtOWN I Apply -tating experience, what Carriage Painting a Specialty j certificate salary expected. House painter. larger, wood i WM. CAWDRON, i Box 426, 124 Argylo 210.O Lethbridge. Best Yet TWO SECTIONS of GOOD FARM LAND, EAST See OF NEW DAYTON, ONLY AND PER ACRE Ott Block Lethbridge ;