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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 19, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta INTING NO OKDER TOO LARGE .NO ORDER TOO SMALL Phone 144 When You Require a is most up-to-date and our Prices Reasonable. Samples and Quotations Cheerfully Submitted and all Work Guaranteed 1 r Stationery and Office Supplies "We'can-afford'to sell at a very close price as our business has GROWN to such an extent, proving thai the way in 'which we conduct our business, namely, "Small Profits and Rapid is the only SUCCESSFUL manner in which satisfaction both to our Customers and ourselves can bo obtained' Quotations and Samples Cheerfully Submitted ALT A., SATURDAY, SEPTCMEPt i i f II and wheii council hope, to get the tangle about the public square straightened out, _ A. T. Gait of honored memory, E. 'T. Gait, his successor, the A. It. I. Co. and the company it- j self huve been generous as a rule in. their dealings with the city and there is no doubt but what it was their in- tention that the square should be set aside as a park and recreation ground for the people of this city But there eeems to be some doubt as to whether or not they performed the necc-ssary legal requirements to make the land the property of the city. And just here is where the city is up against it. This is especially true now that the C. P. R. directors have announced that they will put up two million bucks to get the controlling interest in the company. The C. P. R. occasionally gets a generous fit on also. But if the square is included in the list of assets of which they have got control it may be doubtful if they will feel generous enough to give it over to the city. Of course, if it is not in the list, and it is hoped that it is not, the officers of the A. H. I. Co. cart do what they like with it. The city has every confi- >AQC THRtt uytfckf to tr U rtnt place It tab ctfaM. II waat tak 25c MM iMCftlM t uuerttou tor SI WANTED Woman to look after young child. Apply Box 502, or 623 Bartlett St. 235-6 ROOM TO RENT Well furnished. All modern con- veniences. Apply Box I., Herald of- fice. 235-0 WANTED By Lethbridge man, position In of- fice-or store as clerk. Has good edu- cation. Apply H. S. Skelton, P.O. Box 473 City. OF COAL MINING REG ULATION8 Coal miaiDf rifbtt ol toe Dominion in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, the Yakoo Territory, the North-Weil Territories tod Britiab Coluoroia, may be lor a term of twenty-one at an annual rental of ao acre. Not more than acres wili be leaded to one applicant.. Application for a leaae ba made to the Agent or Sub-Agent of the district in which the ap- plied for Are situated. In surveyed territory the Ian'' must be described by sections, or gal subdivisions of sections, and in unsurveyed territory the tract appli for shall be staked out. Each application must be acccaa 235-C-p by a fee off which will refunded if the rights applied [or are FOR SALE aot available but not otherwise. A Twenty acres, under the irrigation royalty shall be paid on the' mer- dence that the A. R. I. C. will I ditch, close to town, suitable for a I chantable output of the at the carry out the original intentions of market garden. Will sell for per j rate of five cents per ion. the company and they have hopes acre on good Apply L. S. Rip- that the C. P. R. will have no objec- j ieyj room 5, Whitney Block. 221-0 tions ject. WESTERN STATIONERY CO. Ltd. LETHBRIDGE, ALT A. Every of coal mining which are not being operated shall furnish the district Agent of Domin- ion Lands with a aworn statement to if they have the right to ob- Dad is determined to know where we get off at anyway. If we are not going to have it lie is going to find out, right away and if we arc reasonable offer c h want., to have H we want it immediately L, M 1 urchasewhateVez available surface rights may be con- FOR SALE jsidered necessary for the working ol TWO RARE CHANCES Two violins for sale, valued at for-1 that ttt least once in each year, ty and fifty dollars respectively. xbe lease wili include the coal if not sooner so as to get to work and make something of it that be a credit to the city. ed. Box 133, Lethbridge. 232-6 material world, the genius of accom-i plishment; of the brain and the brawn of the land, thevspirit of all progress and the milestones marking the advance of man. 'Civilization owes everything, to the con- iti-uctive toiler and'the creative work er. Labor owes very, little to civi- lization. Mother Earth is labor's best friend. From h( r forests and her fields from her rocks and her rivers the toiler has wrought all and brought forth the world. wonders of the THE HETOL-A FURNACE Western Ptumbin The World of Labor WiriuafM FiiaWy Impartially CarresftMtace M Tapks laterest U bkr Classes Lmtei cissed. Caatriaitd ay a Labor Ma, wb is respaasible ftr the Views eipresset1 IB Ikis Cakau WHAT OF THE UN7ION What of the union? Far and wide We hear the herald chimes Of brotherhood and doing good And hopes for better times; Yen, it is wise to organize In bonds of -union strong, And wide awake for labor's 'sake To help the cause along. Throughout the land an impulse stirs O.i hope's uplifted wings, A longing rife through toil and strife A wish for better things, Impelled by right when men unite And honor's course pursue, To ever bless in helplessness Is union's purpose true. BIG STORM AT HALIFAX Halifax, Sept. is in the grip of a tropical storm today. A heavy southeast gale accompanied Two teams 4 and 5 years; two sets the mine at the rate of an acre, of harness; two wagons. J. W. Har- For full information application rington. North Ward. 234-G be made to the Secretary oi the Department of the Interior, Ot- FOR RENT [iawa, or any Agent or Sub-Agent ol six-roomed bungalow on Ar- gylc avenue. Apply H. S. Skelton, by driving rain, continuing through- Bartlett St., near Taylor, Florist 35-G DAD'S; out the day and evening. The storm was felt with particular severity along the coast and reports, of mar- ine disasters are fully felt on all sides. GOOD OATS FOR SALE Good oats for sale. Apply T. McKenzie, Southard Blk., qo 0. W. Kerr Co. 233-G Dominion Lands. W. W. CORY. Deputy Minister of the Anterior publication ol this advertisement will not be paid 'or. "Labor is not of today, or of yes terday, or of tomorrow. It is eternal Dynasties come and go, governments rise; -and iail, centuries succeed c uries, but labor goes on forever. La or is law of life." "Tear down your palaces "and labor i-UU re place. thenC aven- ue of trade and commerce and labor vill reopen them, destroy your towns and cities and labor will rebuild hem greater and grander than they were, but ..destroy labor and famine will stalk the land, and pestilence will! decimate the human race. If cease >'ork for ninety days, it would cause the greatest catastrophe that ever befel tragedy to the human race impossible to depict am too frightful to contemplate. Then Long Live Union- strength For human good increase, Let none despise to organize Till'graft and greed shall cease; Then keep alive, let union thrive The toiler's home to bless, Sing as we fare and breathe a prayart of the .cost. They all with one accord put down their names to the document which will be presented o Dad's Council at' the next meet- ng getting the legal sanction-of the action. And it- is going to be a go as everything is undertakes The walks will bo; made two yard? wider along Round and Red path Sts This action will be hailed with.de light by. the many people who hav been bumping up against everybod; else in their efforts get from som where to somewhere else- in th course of their business. Canada Western Chartered Corporation Ltd. Capital financial Agents. Fiscal Agents FOR SALE Soda water fountain and complete j outfit, including necessary goods for I immediate business. R. Sage. 222-01 TO RENT Nicely furnished room with bath, 512 Round St. 234-p Brokers. for Royal CoUierka Ltd. HEAD B. C. STOCK The time is drawing near when Mr. E. T. Gait is expected to visit the city In exchange for.livery barn on Re. ginaJPrihce Albert branch of Can- Nor. Ry., in live town of 700 people Good schools, churches and country well settled. Will take stock for part or full payment. For particulars, see FORD TYLER, Lethbridfe Hotel, Also agent for Wells Land Cat- tle Co., Ltd., dealers in raw and ini proved land. Will be pleased to shew interested parties over acre farm, 20 miles south of Lethbridge. Harvesting now in full land tor sale in vicinity. TO RENT Store and full basement, west half I of Whitney Block, Apply F. L. Whit- ney., Northwest Jobbing Co. office, orj Box 377. 34-G-p. WANTED A girl or middle aged-woman to do light housework or plain cooking in small family in country. Apply Mrs. Race, Mrs. Burgess cast SYNOPSES OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST HOMESTEAD REGU- LATIONS of Barracks. TENDERS WANTED SEALED TENDERS will be ed by the undersigned until 5 o clock Thursday, Sept. 2-4, for all th nnsonry and carpenter work requir d for the erection of a brick an< stone store and office building nex o the Bentley Co. The lowest or any tender not ne- cessarily accepted. Plans and specifications can be seen at Room 9, Whitney Block. F. B. ROLFSON, v 23G-G Dining Co. WANTED room girl, Chow Sam 33-0 WANTED At once, a good general blacksmith or wheelwright.' Apply Rampton Brown, Cardston, Altsi. 34-G-p ENGINEER WANTS POSITION Engineer with papers desires po- sition. Apply Herald Office. 34-6 Any even numbered section ol Do- minion lands in Manitoba, Saskatch- ewan and Alberta, excepting 8 and 26, not .reserved, may be homestead- ed by any-person rho is the sole head of a family, any male over 18 ol age, to the extent of one-quartel suction of 160 acres more less. _ Application for entry must be made in person by the applicant at a Do- a.inion Lands Agency or Sub-Agency tor ihe district in which the land is situate. Entry by proxy ever be made at an Agency on certain conditions byvthe father, mother, son, daughter, brother or sister of an in- tending homesteader. The homesteader is required to per- form the homestead duties under of the plans: (1) At least six months' residence upon and cultivation of the land in WANTED Good second hand safe. Apply Box T., Herald. 232-6 WANTED A young man to keep books, must be accurate and -willing. Prefer one who knows city, holds position and wants better chance for promotion. Address T. Herald Office. 235-3 FOR SALE One horse, gentle, broken single and double, weight about Ibs., aged 6 years. Apply Robert Kergan, North Ward, cast of school. 36-6 POSITION WANTED Refined Enlish- lady child years old desires position as house- keeper in city. Small remuneration if good home. Address P. Box 254, Calgary. 236-6 A POSITION AS HOUSEKEEPER Wanted by widow with daughter ajre 11, with good education, who is very useful in house or with small children. Reasonable wages and all winter position desired. Apply M., cjo Arbuthnott, Belhvue Farm. 32-6 each year for three years. (2) A homesteader may, if he ao desires, perform the required resi- dence duties by living on farming land owned solely hy him, aot lew than eighty (80) aciea in extent, in the vicinity of his homeeteiid. 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 tire vicinity of the homestead, or up- on a homestead entered for by him in the such homesteader mar perform his own residence duties by living with the father (or WANTED Dining Room girl. Apply Alberta Restaurant. 236-0 LOST On Saturday, a black ,tnd red pi ash buggy robe .short distance east I of city, on road to Foster ranch. RETAIL GROCERS SUPPLIED BY. Finder will please leave at this of- THE NORTHWEST JOBBING CO. fice. 232-0 Ihe Boston Lunch Is the place to go for a Dainty Lunch on short notice. Extensive Menu. Good Service. Our cook can deliver ---------------------------the goods--------------------------- 2nd West of Arlington Baroness Road WANTED Wanted immediately, one first class interior McKenzie Roy, 232-0 LOST One gelding, dark bay, weight 1050. branded inverted Y on parallel bar halter scar on nose. Reward on to G. Gowin, North Ward. 235-6 SERVANT WANTED Wan tod, a good general servant who can cook. Apply to Mrs. J.A. Knauff, 629 Round St. 233-6 C4) The term "vicinity" :.i vne two preceediug paragraphs iu uefined as meaning not move than unit miles in a direct line, exclusive cc the width of road allowances crosucd in the measurement. (5) A homesteader intending to perform his residence duties in ac- cordance with the above while living with parents or on (arming land own- ed by himself must notify the Agent for the district of such intention. Six months' notice in writing must be given to the Commissioner ol Do- minion Lands at Ottawa, of intention tc for patent. W. W. Deputy of the Minister of Interior, publication o! this advertisement will not be paid lor. TEACMCR WANTED Teacher wanted (female) for New. iands School District No. 1145, duties to commence on Sept. 1st next and to continue lo the end of term. Apply experience, what certificate new salary expected. CAWDRON, Box 426, 210.0 Lethbridge. L. M, JOHNST-ONE Barrister and Solicitor Office adjoining Union Bank. T ethbridge. Stt-lyr MADAME NORMAN Disengaged for evening engage- ments, dramatic, vaudeville or dances. Howard House, Crabb St. A Good BIT A FINE HALF-SECTION, TWO MILES FROM See WILSON SIDING, PER ACRE. LEVEL AND FREE FROM STONE. "1 Bros. On Block Lethbridge ;