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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 9, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta ALTA. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1908 PAGE FIVE HERE IS Color, Flavor, Fragrance are the strong points of time we place on that part of _ South of Macduff Street. rartgelrom a Daily Herald Market Place Wfcea yM have uytbutf to tell to reit it Ui Ibis caluu. If you wait re (bli 25c 6 insertions for SI RAM LAL'S PURE TEA It's RICH, QLEAK COLOR, fresh FRAGRANCE DE- LICIOUS, PLAY OR have made it hosts of friandi. Are YOU one yetf LAND FOR SALE OWNJER is anxious to sell 1-2 sec- tion of land about twelve miles east of city, three miles from railroad and elevator, one mile ironr canal. You cannot do better in this country. A bargain. Inquire, R'. Hand, Hotel Windsor. 226-6 IT IS PURE! Waitress restaurant. WANTED wanted. Apply Round 8t. Oxford 226-6 Ran Tea is sold only ia Letbbridfe by THE BENTLEY CO. LTD Simmon's Visit To Land Office Smiil Payment, Balance Monthly Thisr Property is close in, lies higjtt dry, iand is the best biiy ih low priced lots in the city. These Prices will remain open for a short time only WANTED By first claes Chinese cook, cook- ing or housework. Apply Quong Lung at Chow Sam's. 224-6 YARN CAiwPAiGri r EXPLODED Whitney Blbck Phone 197 Or Owner A. Bennett, Ldhbridge Hold The Herald interviewed W. C. Sim- mons concerning the statements made by some Conservatives that he was around the Dominion Land offices on the morning of September 1 when.the. rush for pre-emptions started. The statements bore the insinuation that he was there to Vise his political in. fluence to get cextain lands for some of his friends. "Have you heard that the Conserva- of a d' tivea were making the statement that school, you got into the land office by rear entrance oh the first day of the reporter asked. I have heard that such, statements were made." "What do you say about "It is quite replied Mr. Sim- mons, "that I was in the land office on the morning of September 1st, anc I am quite ready to state to you my business there. Holman am Spademan of Stirling interviewed me on that morning requesting me to wire" the Hon: Frank Oliver in regard to certain odd numbered sections in townships 5 and 6, Range 17; They told me that they had seen another solicitor of the city and they submitted to draft "telegram which they said he had prepared for them, addressed to the Hon. Frank Oliver and wished me sign it and ,they would forward the him: I told them that I -did' not, think the telegram would be of any assistance to them, if, the Alberta Railway and Irrigation Co. had secured .these lands odd' sections for entry. Please wire answer. (Sgd.) W. C. Simmons. Ottawa, Sept 2, '08. W. C. Simmons, Lethbridge, Alta. Yours first. The Irrigation com. pany get fivp sections in townships ive and sir, range seventeen, west >s. fourth in lieu of lands held by iquatters before survey. Too late to withdraw now. Some eighty three quarters available for settlers. F. Oliver. WANTED Good Democrat, barn and milch ccws. Apply Box P.7 Herald. 2K-6 WANTED General serving four miles from town. Apply Box 542, WANTED General servant. Apply Mrs. J. E. Anderson, Union Bank. 224.6 Tenders TENDERS will .be received by the undersigned until Wednesday 6 p. m. for the erection in North Ward of a duplicate of the Courtland St. ihool. A marked cheque of 10 per cent, of contract price must accompany each proposal. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. Plans and specifications WANTED Light situation by ex-cook ih town. Apply Box A., Herald Office. r GIRL WANTED to do general housework. Apply Mrs. Keel, Ford St., opposite Cigar Fac- tory. 223-3 SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING RE3 ULAT10N8 Coal mining rifbu ol the Doaiuuom LU Manitoba, Saskatchewan, the Yukon Territory, tne Territories and British Coiunnua, be leased tor a term of years at an annual rental oi acre. Not more than vttt be leaded to one applicant. Application lor a lease must tw made to the Agent or Sub-Agent ihe district in which the richtir plied for are situated. In surveyed territory the muat be described by sections, or gal subdivisions of sections, and unsurveyed territory the tract ed lor shall be staked out. Each application unist be panied by a fee of which will bit refunded if the rights applied lor are not available but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the mer- chantable output of the as permanent residence on commended had reported found that hf; for duty! interested parlies over acre no.- farm, 20 miles south of .Lethbridge. Stand Pipe Site Chafed LOST A small pearl brooch. Finder kind- ly leave at Herald office' and receive reward. Box P. 2S-1 President was not seeing visitors that moment, hoping to get him quietly out of .the grounds. Coughton hesitated a inoncnt and glanced" fur- tively about and then slid his hand toward the back pocket of his trou- sers. Adams took the hint and grappled .with his man without par- Icy. Coughton struggled for a mo- ment but he is a slightly l-uilt ma and Adams had no difficulty in hold- ing him until Agent James Sloan, junior chief of the guard came to his assistance. Stoan searched the pris- oner and his hip pocket a 32 calibre revolver of the bulldog type. The weapon was wrapped up in a woolen bag and according to the secret, service men was not loud- ed. The slight struggle had not been The site for the new stand pipe will not be at the corner of Bartlett St. and Gourtland St.' to which site the residents nearby so strenuously objected. The city engineer reported to the council last night that he had "found another satisfactory site the location of which will not be made public until the property is acquired as the city has had to play against the hold-up game in regard to the- site already. Suffice to say that the site is away from any residences. other .business and discussed no other; Harvesting now in full matter at the iand office." 1 land tor sale in vicinity. The telegrams referred to are as follows: Hon. Frank Oliver Minister of the Interior, Ottawa. Townships five and six, range sev- enteen were only lands within forty miles of rStirlingr in which Stirling settlers coukl homestead owing to Irrigation Company grants. Under- stand your department now reserving several odd section in these townships for Irrigation Company. This is most imfair to Stirling settlers. Strongly