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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 22, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LtTHiHIOOI, ALTA., T U %0 A V >AQt THftf C I NT IN G NO ORDER TOO-LARGE NO ORDER TOO SMALL Phone 144 When You Require a Printer V V Our, Plant is niost up-to-date and our Prices Reasonable. Samples and Quotations Cheerfully Submitted and all Work Guaranteed Stationery and Office 1' f We cfn afford to sell at a very close price as our business lias GROWN to such an exteut, proving that the way in which ve conduct our Small Profitr and Rapid Returns, "is the only SUCCESSFUL manner in which satisfaction both to our Customers and ourselves can be obtained f and, S ant pies Cheerfully Submitted STATIONERY CO. Ltd. The Auction 416 ROUND STU_ Thursday Neit, Sept. AT 2.30 -PROMPT Waddingion Gibbon Herald Market Place WkM yw attytttog to It to tbb cduNU U WM! use 25c OM t iflgerttou tor SI Who are dissolving partnership will sell by public auction absolutely without reserve the remaining stock Of New and Second-Hand HNITIIE including Sideboards, Bureaus, and Stands .Bachelor stands, Cots, Springs, Washstands, .Sewing Ma- chine.s, Extending Dining Tables, Easy Chairs, Baby Buggies, Parlor Suite in Mahogany, kitchen and otlu-r and a large quantity of useful sundries etc. On View During The Week The auctioneers call special atten- tion to this sale. Every lot will bo sold to the highest bidder.. Terms Cash Telephone 26t PRESSER AND CLEANER WANTED Man wanted to clean, press arid re- pair, ladies' and gentlemens' clothing Good wages to first class man, Ap- ply Paul, the Tailor. POSITION WANTED Refined Eniish lady with child 4 years old desires position as house- keeper in city-. Small remuneration if good home. Address P. 0. Box 254, Calgary. 236-6 SYMOPtif Of COAL MINING MEQ ULATIONS Coal mining rif bu of tue Oonunioit Manitoba, Baakaicbewao, Alberta, the Yukon Territory, Territories and BriUtfb CciuorDia, be leatdd for a term ol tventy-oae 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 LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. Get bur on Corrugated froa Galvanized and Painted MeUflkSkiing MeUffic Shmgtes before buying elsewhere We have justcplaoed a- curload of the well-known Metal Shingle and .Siding in stock JUH'S Office and Factory mi rt urns smns Telephone loli theirs and-yet be quite as conscien- tious as they.'' Their stand is tically the same as that in use in- Britain and if such a Jaw daemed best and gives satisfaction, in a densely, populated country like Bri- j tain in the name, of common sense would it not be best here? would like to. proclaim this ab- road so that those, who object to compulsory- may know "the law regarding it in B.C. and I feel sure their prosperity is qult% as well assured in B.C. as .in Alberta. respectfully, x w. H; ROBSOX, Here is the article from the Cres- ton Review; v A LOOP-HOLE FOR ESCAPE. .The outcry against compulsory vac- cination of school children'has in- duced "the Provincial'Board of Health to issue instructions to oT school trustees that the statutory enr actment need be in the case of parents who have conscienA tious. objections to their offspring ,be- ing treated with Tt does not follow that the board Oi health is abandoning the attempt to enforce vaccination upon our chil- dren, even though a loop hole Js al- Wear ess Brand (loihing brand that is sold the unconditional guarantee of satisfaction or money back. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the partnership hitherto existing be- tween Frank G, Waddington, and James B. Gibbon, trading as Wadding ton Gibbon, Auctioneers and Deal- irs, 410 Round St., Lethbridge, has been dissolved by mutual consent (dis solution to date irom Friday ,Sept. 25th, All parties having claims against the said firm of Waddington Gibbon will please" forward accounts on or before Thursday, Sept. 24th and all monies owed to'the firm must b paid without fail by that date. On and after Sept. 25th'the business will tsition. be carried on by Frank G. Wadding- ton- solely.- WANTED First Class Carpenters at once. None others need apply. Smith Bros. Wilson. 233-6 WANTED Dining room girl, Chow Sam Co. 33-0 WANTED At once, a good general blacksmith or wheelwright. Apply Rampton Brown, Cardston, Alta. 34-6-p ENGINEER WANTS. POSITION Engineer with papers desires po- Apply, Herald Office. 34-6 yean at an annual rental of in acre. Not more than acreg will be leaded to one applicant Application for a leaaa BOM be made to the Agent or 8ab-Ag4Ot ol the district in which the ap- plied for are situated. lu surveyed territory the must be described by aectiooa, or W gal subdivisions uectionj, and unsurveyed territory the tract applt t'd for shall be staked-but. Each application must be accom- panied by which will refunded if the rights applied tor are uot available but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the mer- chantable output of ibe at the of 2vt? wntg per too. Every oi coal mluing which are cot being operated shall furnish the district Agent of Domin- ion Lauds with a sworn statement to that effect at leait once in each year. The lease will iaclude 'the coal mining rights only, but the lesee may be permitted to purchase whatever available (surface rights may be con- sidered necessary for the working ol the mine at the rate of an acre. For full 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. Sold and Guaranteed by McKELMIE OUR LETTER BOX; Harmld 4 not responsible lor UM sent J menu expressed in this' col- umn. All correspondence muirt. be accompanied by the writer's name otherwise publication will refused. lowed .for escape by objecting on scruples of-r conscience. It not clear if the teacher A is sriven .cai-te blanche, or if a higher authority, will discriminate R R.N.W.M. POLICE "K" Division. Lethbridge, September 21st, 03 Tender for Oats SEALED TENDERS marked ders for Oats" will be received by the undersigned up to noon of Wed- nesday the 30th day of September, the supply and delivery, of oats as _: Ibs in bulk deliv- ered at to be :delivered..before the 30th.of Octo- her, rtQ8; to be., delivered dur ing the_ month of March, 1909. Coutts: Ibs. sacked, "F. 0: B.: Coutts. Oats must be of first class quality clean and "free from foreign seeds and of good weight. A sample of the oats to be supplied to accompany each WANTED Dining Room girl. Apply Alberta Restaurant. 236-0 WANTED Bridge Carpenters. Apply at eral Office A. R. I. Co., City.'236-6 WANTED A. First Class Salesman for Gents Furnishings and clothing department E. J. Co. 236-0 W. W. CORY, Deputy Minister of the interior publication of this advertisement will cot be yaid Lethbridge, Sept- 21st, 1903 Editor of the .Herald, you kindly insert the following in your paper for the bene- fit, who may be interested. 1 received a copy of the Creston. B.C.. Review'of 20th. in which is set forth the position of the Pro- vincial Board of Health and Depart- ment of Education' on the compul- sory vaccination, question which, I think in. worth publishing so that a ".would progressive" people might read and learn to rise anove tbair seemingly inherent bigotry. Evidently the gentlemen comprising these "boards" are men who have breadth of mind and depth of thought sufficient to realize that others may hold directly opposite opinions to genuine objections of .conscience and a direct attempt to evade tho Act. As a matter of fact that scheme was tried in England, the only dif- ference being thati all objectors made their appeal in a court of law un- der nath. ?fine-tenths of civilized mankind abhors the sickening fad. of puncturing healtny thildren with 'calf lymph, and all that is apparently necessary to evade :s to write a statement, to the teacher to the ef- fect that believe the remedy is ns harmful as the disease. EDUCATION' OFFICE, JULY, ,1908. To the Secretary, Board of School Trustees, Sir. Madam, T beg to inform you that notifica- tion has been received from the Pro- vincial Board of Health that owing to the prevalence of small-pox in many parts of the Province, section of the Regulations of-that Boerd adopted the 5th of February, 1900, is to enforced. Section 15 of the Regulations reads as follows: "15. It is now deemed necessary, and is lujreby that teachers .in Public Schools and High Schools or. Colleges shall require a certificate of successful vaccination from each child attending' at such School or College, or a certificate that, such child is at present time insusceptible to vaccination. The certificates be presented on demand to the tea- cher, or other proper You are hereby requested to notice of this Regulation to good sense- of the citizens of Clarea- holra will permit their vtowa an exception to the rule in Al- and an experiment- WANTED At once 3 or 4 smart boys.- 14 16 years of age. Lethbridge Woollen Co. 237-6 WANTED Lady (experienced) would under- take needle work by the day. At ladies'.own houses. Address M. D., The Herald Office. 238-6 Winnipeg, Sept. The "Manitoba government have disposed of 000 telephone debentures in Montreal and New Yon- at consid- ered a good price ai this time. the teachers in the employ of your Board and to instruct them to demand cer- tificates as called for from" every lild presenting at school. Exceptions lo this rule may be ade in favor of the ch'ild or chil- of paresis who object from ccn- cientious motives to having their hildren vaccinated. In all coses here such valid .objection is offered s a-.reason for the non-compliance ith Section 15 the child must pre- sent toT the teacher a written state- HMit from lils parents giving cloarly the reason For non-compliance. All 'communications, and inquiries regarding the compulsory vaccination of children should be addressed to the Secretary of the Provincial Board of Health. Victoria. have the honor to be. Sir, Madam, Your obedient servant, RENRY ESSON YOUNG, Minister "of Education Capital, Rest ari IMhifci Prtfifs Exccti deposit yMr Siryhs Cask in the Union Bank, even through you are likely to need it again in a month or two. It will be safer in this Bank than in. your keeping, and will be earning Interest at rate, compounded 4 times a year. A SavtefS Aettnlt however small, is a start towards wealth, and this is the time of the year to begin one, when money is coming in freely. Oar JtM AeCMll is very convenient. It is opened in the names of two members of family, either of whom may deposit or withdraw money whca in town. 1 ETHBRlDOE BRANCH: J. R. Anderson, The Germans are said, to bs mak- ng a ntw kind of bread of wheat .or rye, forfwhich the grain goes through a process similar to malting. It is have a dalicate flavor, reason of the process more easily di- gested. The same is true of beer; which is sometimes called liquid bread. The brswinf of The Leth- bridgs Brewing and Malting Com- pany's "Alberta's Pride" converts the barley into a delicious food drink that besides containing a high psr centage of nourishment, is an aid.to tender must be accompanied cash or ace; pled cheqxic on a char tered bank for 5 per cent of the to- tal amount tendered for, to bs forfeit- ed if the tenderer refuses_to enter in-; to a contract, or if the contract is not satisfactorily completed. The lowest or any tsnder not nec- essarily accepted. No newspaper, will ber-paid lor in- serting .advLTtiseme'U1 without proper authority. (Sgd.) J. 0. Wilson, vSupt., Division 239-2.1 WANTED 'Woman ta look after young'' child. Apply Box 502, or G23 "Bartlett St. 235-6 ROOM TO RENT Well furnished. All modern con- veniences. Apply Box'L, Herald of- fice. 235-0 Nicely TO RENT furnished room with 512 Round St. bath, 234-p TO RENT Store and "full basement, west half oi Whitney Block, Apply F. L. Whit- ney, Northwest Jobbing Co. office, or Box 377. 34-6-p. digestion ead-0 Claresholni. Claresholm, Sept. extra: han'cslod here to bring activity in real es- tate circles. Several transfers have Ixwn.made recently at high prices and the indications are that there is a grent harvest in sight for the real osfexte Malcolm .McKcnzie, was hcn> on Saturday last. Mr. Fallows, provincial Road and Bridge Inspector is driving in the local district today examining .public works. At tho last meeting- of the Council here it was decided to petition the Provincial Government to make the district of a local option riist.rict. Tt will be intflrarting to see the result but it is unlikely that the STOCK WANTED In exchange for livery Re% gina.Prince 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 particulirs, see FORD TYLER, Lethbridge Hotel, Lethbridge Also agent for Wells Cat, tie Co., in raw and im proved land. Will be pleased to interested parties over ncrc farm, 20 miles south of Lethbridge. Harvesting now in full land Jor sale in vicinity. WANTED SEALED TENDERS will be receiv- ed by the undersigned, until 5 o'- clock Thursday, Sspt. 24, for all the masonry and carpenter work requir- ed for the erection of a brick and stone store and office building next -to the Bentley Co. The lowest or any tender not ne- cessarily accepted. Plans and specifications can be i seen at Room- 9, Whitney Block. F. B. ROLFSON, FOR.SALE OR RENT Bell Piano, almost new. Will'soil at'sacrifice or rent to suitable parties. Apply Mrs. B. Ripley. Phone 113. 237-6-p FOR SALE Two teams 4 and 5 years; two sets SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST HOMESTEAD REQU: LAT10N3 An; even numbered aeetiou ol Do- minion lauds in Manitoba, Saskatch- ewan and Alberta, excepting 8 6, not reserved, may be homestead- ed by any person who is the sole head of a family, or any male over 18 yeai> of age, to the extent of one-quarter section of 160 acres or Application for entry must be in person :by the applicant at a tLiuiori Landa Agency of Sub-Ageucy tor the district in which the land ie situate. Entry by proxy may, how ever be made at an Agency on certain conditions by the father, mother, son, daughter, brother or sistur of an in- tending homesteader. The homesteader is recjuired to per- form the homestead duties under of the fnllowing plans: (1) At leaat six months' residence upon and cultivation of the Lland in each year for three yeara. (2) A homesteader may, .if he BO desires, perform the required resi- dence duties by living on v farming land owned solely by him, aol than eighty, (80) aciea in extent, in the vicinity of his homestead. Joint ownership of land will not .meet .this requirement. (3) If the father if the father is deceased) a" homesteader has permanent Residence on farming land owned solely by him, not lest than eighty (80) acres in extent, in the vicinity of the homestead, or ap- of wagons. J. W. Har- rington, North Ward.. 234-6 FOR SALE One gentle, broken single and double, weight about I aged. 6 years. Apply Robert Kergan, I North Ward, east of school. 3G-6 LOST On Saturday, a black and red plush buggy robe ,short distance east of city, on road to Foster ranch. Finder will please Ifave at this of- FOR RENT Pretty six-roomed bungalow on Ar- >-le avenufc. Apply H. S. Skelton, St., near Taylor, Florist 35-G fice. 232-0 LOST Lost A Gny Home-spun Riding Coat, Double "breasted, between my bouse and the fair grounds, Sntur- day last. RMurr, to W. S. Galbraith. 237-0 LOST One brindle cow, witnout, no white on her at all. Branded on A homestead entered foi by him in the v.cinity, such homesteader mar perform hia own residence unties by living with the father (or (4) The term "vicinity' ,i twa proceeding paragraphs Li aefined meaning not more than :uue cuilea in a direct line, exclusive c i tbe width of road allowance! croeocd in the measurement. (5) A homesteader intending to perform his residence duties in ac- cordance with the above wKile living with parents or on farming land own- ed by himscll must notify the Agent on the right shoulder. apply Office and receive re-ward. Six months' notice in writing taunt be given to the Commiuioner of Do- minion Lands at Ottawa, of ictenlioo The Boston Lunch LOST One gelding, dark bay, weight 1050, branded inverted Y on parallel bar halter scar on nose. Reward on return to G. Gowin, North Ward. 235-6 237-e lie ipplj for patent. W. W. Deputy of the_Minister ol Interior. Unauthorized publication ul The City's Popular ftrack Lunch Counter Day ami Night. Only VHiite Help. Lunches put v up for Onting Parties 2nd West of Arlington Baroness Road thia