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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 21, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta NO OBDER TOO LARGE NO ORDER TOO SMALL Phone 144 When fou Require a Printer Our Plant is most up-to-date and our, Prices Reasonable. Safnples and Quotations Cheerfully Submitted and all Work Guaranteed v, Stationery and Office We can afford to sell -at a very price an pur new has GROWN to auch au extent, proving Uf the way in which wo conduct our Debbie to congratulated on SUCCESSFUL manner in which satisfaction both to our Customers and ourselves can Quotations and Samples Cheerfully Submitted wedding occurred at the Pro- on af- ternoon of the Rev. W. O. JamM, rector of St. JohaV Church, Pincher Creek, and .Francis Es- ther How, youngest daughter of J, Yatc Hour, Esq., of Allandale, Ont. The wedding service was performed by the Bishop of Calgary and was a very quiet one, The bride was unat- tended and given away by her uncle, G. E. Roberts, Esq., of Rose- dale, Ont. The prairie chicken season opened Tuesday and numerous parties were 'astir early and the day afield. All returned with the same story, however, which to effect that the birds were exceedingly scarce and very wild. Mr W. A. Fraser is taking a vacation among the oil camps at the foot of the and ifrs. Archie McLean _ are back from trip to Bruce county, Ont. tUt thic Mil H tor SI PRESSER AND CLEANER WANTED Man to clean; press and re- pair ladies' and gentlemeris' clothing Good wages to first class man. Ap- ply Paul, the WANTED Woman to look after young child. Apply Box 502, or 628 BartMt St. 235-6 ABoU-Up ROOM TO RENT Well furnished. All modern con- veniences. Apply Box I., Herald of- fice. 235-0 WESTERN STATIONERY CO. Ltd. LETHBRIDGE, ALT A. PHONE 144 RAMBLING REVERIES (By a Dreamer) BAD BOYS There i's one very noticeable feature about boys that has beeu gained by observations, and in nine cases out of tcaj .these observations- prove cor- reel town school has its "bad boys" generally not known, jrarely less than three or more -than five. After their first -years, or they have passed the primary age? this troublesome disposition begins to crop out "and they become the chief annoyance and though 'there are "but one or two, they keep things in an uproar aniil almost ruin every good for the influence of friends and mon- Where is your boy today? Is he just' at that stage- of life that our first picture portrays? If you 'ever hope to reserve H do it now, for if it ever can be, done -this is the aus- picious time, and in all probability by- just and judicious mea'na you will succeed and save yourself many aa a tear, many a faction 'of realizing, in the future all I the fond anticipations you have had concerning your boy: Where is your boy today? Did you hope the "picture portrayed at the beginning would reverse of ite own girls are brought up to do nothing, to accord would and that in after he think but little. except of dress, and amusements; tliey fall far behind the young men at the ago of 20 in men- tal ability. What is needed, is that at home and at school, they be taught that to shine In social circles or to roll in weidth is not the highest aim of womanhood. But let- them bo taught to make a home joyful and happy and yet be prepared if necessary for life's bi dorstand thoroughly the _details who wil1 not value" of thev are not-" of commodities used daily, how to make a cheque, draft, note and re- ceipt. Let them be told the truth about themselves and about the Kenora, Sept. 10.30 last night a bold hold-up occurred atVer- milliott Bayj when. N. Scheinuaan, a merchant was robbed to the extent of While one of the desperadoes held Scheinman: up with a revolver, the other man rifled the cash regis- ter. The men then made their es- cape after firing two shots at a group of townspeople who had at once res- ponded to the alarm given by Mr. Scheinman and started in pursuit. The robbers ia a northerly direction and the police here were wired to. Constable Sherman went down, this morning to the scene of the robbery.. So far the men have eluded pursuit. The police think the men responsible for this hold-up are the same who committed the series of burglaries recently in Winnipeg. 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. 235-6-p FOR SALE Two teams 4 and 5 years; two sets SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING ACO ULATIOftS Alberta. Yukon Territory, the Territories sod British be leaidd lor a term of twenty-oan years at au annual rental oi 11 acre. Koi more than tJHQ will be leaned to one applicant lor fee made to the Agent or ond pitfalls w mrfver SiR WILFRID NOT COMING Ottawa, Sep Wilfrid had hoped to be able to make a tour through Western Canada before the elections, but the undue length of the last session and the fact that is duties'here and at Quebec Tercen- enary at tlie end of July left him only a briefr six weeks "ior campaigning necessitates' fofegping the Western rip. The brunt of the campaigning n the" Liberal interest 'will bfe borne Oliver and' Sifton, and the ocal Liberal speakers. FOR SALE Soda water fountain and complete outfit, including necessary goods' for immediate business. R. Sage. 222.0 Pirichefr; Creek Pincher Creek, Sept Bolster, one of the four members would induhji him now irir rfvery that beset. Let them; be thoroughly him, hoping'by and by he will in I impressed with thefact that on'them I havc been Participating in the-Winni- a-Jarge5 depends the Arrived lightest bidding. Does Now, j success of the .men they marry. Let yesterday .morninjr.. 3Ir. Bolster 'was to cobk, giving them most unfortunate over his tripY 16s honestly, is picture observations correct? are portrayed everywhere, and. ;tb! They a. thorough in .the kitchen. I ing. his ponies. Both wer we only the pict i .begin where their mothers kilKK, the of a gaine a generation !indp Angular to relate, both in ex strong, hopeful, ambitious, Lctly the you reaiixe truth and Correct, and s6U.reliaut, that will elevate lheland breaki thc naaa rtlav a OT L__J--_ _ ___ 1 _ 1 manner, by rainstorm is raging m Manila and -'it' is expected 'to clean and decrease the that effect at least once in each year. The lease will include the coal mining rights only, but the lesee may be permitted to purchase whatever ivailable surface righta may be con- sidered necessary for the1 working ol the mine at the rate of 110 an acre. For full information application should be made to the Secretary ot the Department of the Interior, Oi tawji, or any Agent or Bub-Agent of Dominion Lands. W W. COBY, Deputy Minister of the Interior publication of in if advertisement will not" be paid" TO.RENT Nicely furnished room with bath, 512 Round St. 234-p TO RENT Store and full basement, west half of Whitney Block, Apply F. L. Whit- ney, Northwest Jobbing Co. office, or Box 377. 34-6-p. Dining Co. WANTED room girl, Chow Sam 33-O Weitem Chartered Corporation Capital ness, it may proye a source of good to many. OUR GIRLS It should be the aim of all to give the girls just as broad a business of men "and make a hardier and more Ono of the; Plies' was aggressive people ana thousands of very valllabie one firesides happier and better. refused a very flattering "cash Coffer just before the game. r Mr. Bolster HOME- 1 was' accompanied home r brotti- -What beautiful and icrider Dr. Bolster of Sturgeon Falls. FinariciaVAg4ntB. Fiscal Agents Brokers. for JtoyilCoUieriesLM. All StMsUrd Stocks Handled HEAD B. C. education as the boys. It makes tions cluster thick around that who wiu -visit here for a while, them capable oft taking care of- the The thought of it is a'very shield, remaining members'of the team family, if such responsibilities arc the-name of it has a spell to call placed upon them. It broadens thjeir back the wanderer fronv the paths of w- L- Dohbie, nSanager of -.the ideas and makes them nobler, vice, and far away-where the myrtle Ariinpton and son of one of better. Girls, as a rule are fully as blooms and the palm trees wave, and Proprietors, was injured some- clear-headed as boys when young, sleeps upon corral strands. what seriously last evening. but if, as the common practice, the j the exile's -fond: fancy it clothes fire a'nnn was sounded, for practice. the naked rock, or stormy shore, or >nd tko brigade turn-out. Asi thn barren moor or wild height and outfit- which consisted of a mountain with charms- he weeps to thc hosc attached be- think of and longs once more to see. hind' street. Mr; Dob- Of all places an. earth home is1 thefbio who is a mcmber-j brigade most delicate and sensitive. Its ran out of thc hotel and attempted chords move" with a-breath, its fires to climb into the The horses. kindlled with a spark, its flowers howevcr' UP a very fast are bruised with the least tudeness, tor time and Mr. Dobbie Here our hearts wear no his jump. He was knocked no armor. Every arrow strikes tliem down and the hind wheel of every cold wave blows full uponithe heavy.riff which was loacfed with What it Means to You is thc roort important part of a Fit-Reform Suit 01 Overcoat At is a definite promise. o( quality and recompense. It promises that you must be your purchase of you can get your money back. Today, thousands of men in 'every part ol Canada will not buy a garment "that does not contain this wreath. It means much to you. Look for it whenever you buy. Sirits and Overcoats, up WANTED At once, a good general blacksmith, or wheelwright. Apply Rampton Brown, Cardston, Alta. WANTS Engineer with" papers desires po- Applr Heiald'Office. 1 Oiie horse, broken single aivi double, weight about IbsV; aged 6 years. Apply Kergan, North east of school. 3G-6 POSITION WANTED Refined Enlish lady with child 4 ypars old desires position as house- keeper in citfi- Small remuneration it good home. Address P. 0. Box 254, Calgary. NOTICE is hereby given that th Council intend, by By-law to pro vide, for the casing up of certain por- tions of a street lying to the North- East of Block 65, which said parcel or pairceU of land may be described as follows: That 'is to say, of land 34 feet wide diagonally connect- ing' Baroness Road and Ford Street, as per plans and specifications, which can be seen at the City Oflice. G. W. ROBINSON, Secretary-Treasurer. LOST On a black' and rcc plush buggjr robe .short distance eas city, on to Foster ranch binder will please leave at this of fice. them. If we would have a true home we would guard well our thoughts, and actions. A single bitter word may disquiet' the home for a whole dny, but like unexpected flowers Gremen.'- and n.lso 'reel, pass- ed over him. He was lucky enough to escape any broken bones, 'though why he was not killwi was a tery to those who saw the occurrence which spring up along our path, came ofT with a wound in of freshness, fragrance and beauty, McKELVIE McGUIRE Sole Agents for ao do kind words and gentle acts and" sweet dispositions the home where peace and blessings dwell. The heart will turn lovingly j toward il from the tumults of the world and home, "be it ever so hum- will be the dearest spot under the'sun. LOST CHIXDRES Children lost! lost! lost I Harken to startling cry. Children lost! Oh, men, your cities aro full of thf-m: and arc your children, your own little tender ones, mothers the babies lay in shining inno- upon your bosoms; the dear, brave boys that lookod up to you in perfect confidence and warm inpulse love. Your homes arc lonely with- out them, your hearts are hungry for love. Oh, you miss them now the darlings of other years; you wan the littJe hartda in your own once more, you want the warm kiss upon your aching brow. But the life hur one .leg whteh required about a dozen stitches. He also sustained numerous other minor cuts and bruises. Mr. FOR SALE Dining Room Suite (mis- sion consisting of One Buffet One Large Extension Table and Six" Chain Also numerous other things in Household Fnrnitnre These goods are almost new F. KItKHAM Sttre Mdt Slmt TENDERS WANTED SEALED TENDERS will be receiv- ed by the undersigned until 5 clock Thursday, Sept. 24. for all the masonry and carpenter work requir ed for the erection of a brick anc atone store and office building nex to the Bentley Co. The lowest or any tender not ne- cessarily accepted. Plans and specifications can 1 seen at 9, Whitney Block. F. B. ROLFSON, SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST HOMESTEAD REGU- LATIONS Any even nuinoereC section of Do- minion lauds in Manitoba, Saskatch- ewao and Alberta, excepting 8 and 26, not" reserved; may be homestead- ed'iby any person who is the sole head of a family, or any male over 18 years of age. to the extent of one-quartei sectioii of or less. ipplicaticn for entry must be made in person by the applicant at a Do- Lands Agency or Sub-Agericj tor the district in which the land'is situate. Entry by proxy may, how ever be made at'an Agency on certain conditions by the father, mother, son, daughter, brother or sister of an in- tending homesteader. _ The homesteader is required to per- form the homestead duties under one of the follomng plans: (1) At least six months' residence upon and cultivation ot the land in each year for three years. (2) A homesteader may, if desires, perform the required resi- tionce duties by living on ianning land owned solely --hy-- Isss than eighty (DO) acies in extent, in WANTED Dining Room girl. Apply Alberta Restaurant. 236.0 WANTED Bridge Carpenters. Apply at Gen- eral Office A. R. A I. Co., City. 236-6 WANTED A First Class Salesman for Gents Furnishings and clothing department E; J. Hill Co. 236-0 One brindlc LOST cow, without horns, no white on her at all. Branded the right shoulder. apply at Herald Office and receive reward. 237-6 STOCK WANTED LOST One gelding, dark bay, weight 1050, branded inverted Y on parallel bir halter scar on noser to G. North Ward. 235-6 SERVANT WANTED Wanted, a good general servant Apply Mrs. J. A .Knauff, 629 Round St. In exchange for livery barn on Re- gina-Prince Albert branch of 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, ate FORD TYLER. L.thbridgt Haiti, [lands School District No: 1145, duties Alao for Wells Land Cal.-> commeMtfon 1st next and to lie Co., Ltd., in raw and im continue end of term. proved land. Will be pleased to show J Apply interested parties overT acrt tli'e vicinity of his 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 than eighty (90) acres in extent, in the vicinity of the homestead, or up- on a homestead entered lot by him is the itciuity, homesteader maf perform his 'own residence unties by living with ihe father (or C4) The term "vicinity" n< tne two preceediug paragraphs cleaning not more than uiiie miles in a direct line, exclusive i-i the width of road allowances croeawl in the measurement. (5) A homesteader .intending to perform his residence duties in ac- cordance with the above living with parents or on farming land own- ed by himself must notify the Agent for the district of such. intentioa. Six months' notice in. writing e given to the Commissioner of Do- ninion Lands at OtUwa, of intcnUoo tc for patent. W. W. OOR1, Deputy of the Miniater ol Interior. of, this advertisement will not he paid for. TEACHER WANTED Teacher wanted (female) for Ntw L. M. Barrister and Solicitor Office adjoining Union Back, farrn, 90 miles south of Lethbridge. Harvesting now in full land tor sale, in vicinity. 210-0 rfetint, experience, itrw salary expected. CAWDROK, Box 4K, MADAME NORMAh Disengaged for' evening ments, dramatic, vaudeville or LethbridgV dances. Howard House, Crabb St. A Good B A FINE HALF-SECTION, TWO MILES FROM See SIDING, ONLY PER ACRE LEVEL AND FREE FROM STONE. Ott Block tthbridg< ;