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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 24, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIPOE, ALBERTA, THUMOAY, tRrTEMBER K, IfH. PAGE THREE OF CANADA Capital, lest Profits Exeeei Up Yocr Baiuct in Accounts you are sell- ing tlie season's crop, or g'.ttiiig the returns from your Dairying. Deposit as much and as often as you cau in the Union Bank of Canada, and make your money earn interest. Then, if you need it later on, you can draw what you- want without delay or inconvenience, Interest paid 4 times a year at highest current rate. II.OQ or upward opens atv account. STHBRIDGE BRANCH: J. R. Anderson, Taber Taber, Sept. the 22nd inst. there, was born to the wife of Mr. F. Collet, a daughter. Heuscr and Kvans contractors and builders, have just completed a neat four-roomed cottage for Mr. B, F. Henderson upon his homestead west oV Minor. Mr.' Moses .Johnson and son ol Springville, Utah, arc Tnlxjr visitors today. Mr. .Johnson is carefully scanning Alberta with the object of purchasing land, lie is a brother of Aaron Johnson, our former postmas- ter. Driven by a heavy wind yesterday and late last night a disastrous prai- rie fire raged and did considerable damage north of the Belly River Not until a heavy downpour of rain came about 4 o'clock this morning was the fire extinguished. Typhoid fever has again entered the household of another family in Tabei Xo doubt the board of health is do ing all in its power to stop the. fur ther spread of this dreaded disease Bulletin 10, of the health ordinance says: "Typhoid fever is an inflamma- tion ulceration of patches of th lining of! the bowels. The germs, of Coleman Colemun, Sept. H. Crowe, of Calgary, representing the Pruden- tial Life Insurance' Co., has been pending a few days in town.. Quite a number of Colemun people SOME WHEAT Thy Wells Land and ..Cattle Co., Ltd. shipped .over of full and spring 'wheat this past month from their Alberta farm 20 miles south of Lethbridge. This' was raw land two years have more for sale in vidnity left or will leave to attend the ut ligllt prices, ulw'improved land. Nelson Fruit Fair which is being For particulars see Land and Cattle Co., Ltd. agent, FORD TYLER Hotel held in that city this week. J. D, Windrun representing the Dy- son Co., Ltd., Winnipeg, called on Coleman .merchants OIL i'rlday. Mr. Windrum is the oldest "knight of the grip" travelling in Alberta or B. C. Al. .J. JlcOrath and wife have been j ove-rUlu VftUey. If. Uarli-y. Domin- guests at the Coleman for a day or' ion huul .stated; that his gov- A HBAT WAV K Swan River, Sept. Mon- day and Tuesday u. heat wave passed company's lease. Probably hones! i i u rt the West Canadian Collieries, 1 John will explain his change of front It is only a few years ago since boo- Vl8ltcd est John was credited with saying I hat we wore getting too many Am- ericans in this country, and also saying that some day we would' have to shoulder rifles to defend .ourselves against some of the classes who were coming from the United S.taten, is one of the most shameless and contemptible lies that was ever nenncd by any man. The Miner, Coleman, says, referring to the Glen- garry Ranche company, of which Mr. Macdonald is manager. "The same company has bought, and has t.hft right to bay hundreds of QCTQS from the Government at the of per acre." The man who wrote this sentence knew he was tell- ing a and hn told it and printed it with the dishonest pur- pose of misleading.the readers of the paper, and prejudicing them aga' Mr. Macdonald. The land owned by the Glengarry Ranch company is part of the land grant'of six thousand four hundred acrfis per mile given by the ola Con- servative government to the Edition ton and Calgary Railway Company. Messrs. McKenaie and Mann -who were railroad contractors and" built thf two. Mr. McGrath is one of the bin railway contractors svly> are building the new railway from Me- Gilu'vray intb the Flathead. W. P. Williams, superintendent of Lille, Satur- day. The. Coienian "Hand filled another engagement at 31ichel on Monday. This is quite a flattering tribute to that musical organization in Cole- man, it being the third engagement in Michel in about six weeks. Mrs. J. McNeill and little son Paul arc spending a few days with friends in Crfuibrook. Itev. T. M. Murray left yesterdaY for Nelson. Mr. Murray will spend the week in Ji. C. He will be in attendance at the Nelson Fruit Fair and will visit other points of West Kootcnay. those who this .morning's eminent thermometer registered 100 degrees in the shade. You Certainly Want on REAL ESTATE gARQAINS 1-4 Lots, Block A, Hig- Addition, comer Oryden and Torrance, for Lot 7, Block cor. of McBelh and Bail- ey St. mile from North Ward School 3-Acre Lot 3, Block A, with good 5 roomed house between Smith and Round Sts, only half mile from Lot on Westmiu- ster mile from Central of sub-division into 10 full sized lots half of Acre Lot 4, Block cor. of Me- beth and Bailey Sts., for cash Lota in Block 15 Duff Addition, mile from postofficc. This Block fac- cb on Crabb above on twy the disease are thrown oft in largo Calgary and Edmonton railway ab- numbcrs from these ulcers in the bow els, and are carried out of the bow- els in the excreta. Jt is from this source that other persons contract the disease cither through gross care- lessness in neglecting to thoroughly wash and disinfect their hands after attending to a patient, or neglecting to destroy the excreta." THE USUAL TACTICS (Macleod Chronicle.) Now as to Mr. Hcrron being the representative of the settler, it can hardly be said he was the represen- tative of the settlers, when not' many years ago, he as manager of the Stewart Ranche company drove poor settlers off the land leased by the company, and at one time went so far as to tear down a settler's house so as to compel him to move oft the nut eighteen years ago, took part of the construction price in land, and the Conservative Government of time allowed them to locate the land ia one solid block, and that Is what forms the GlcngarKr ranchc today. The Liberal Government never sold these people an acre of land at, price. and the above statement is false, very false, apd made with a dishonest'purpose. If there is any human decency or honesty in A. C. Kemmis. Mr. Lyons and Mr Dougall. whose names have been published by the Miner as being its push, or in honest. John ITcrron, whom the pa- ner supports, the above falsehood's will be rctractcd_at the earliest pos- sible dateA Satint, a small village jn Wiscorvr sin, was completely wiped, out by fire. GURNEY-OXFORD means range F R years the name GURNEY- OXFORD" has stood for the highest development in cooking ranges. No matter what conditions the range must meet, no matter what price you wish to pay, you will get more range efficiency for your money in the "Gurney-Oxford" lines than in any built. All our years of experience and our store of range knowledge is put into this, one of our left for Nelson passenger were Miss A. Holmes of the "Boarding' House, Miss Agnes 1-lolmes, who is returning to her home at Huston City and J. Graf ton. Thos. Lloyd and Miss Mary Home were the principals in a marriage cer emony which took place at Frank on Friday last and at which Rev. R. Iladdon officiated. The bride was at tended by her sister Miss Jessie Home while the groom was ably as- sisted by Walter Williams who is ev- ery inch a man: The happy couple left on the Flyer CQ Saturday morn- ing and will spend their honeymoon visiting Spokane pjid other points of interest after which they will return to Colemau and reside there. Wedding bells (havc been heard quite often of late in Coleman and vicinity and Lame Rumor says there arc sev- eral other events-of this kind to take place in the near future. It is to be regretted that the ranks of the bachelors have been assailed in this way so persistently. The ladies are evidently nwakening to the fact that it will soon be all off with their "-leap year privileges. Have courage boys to say yes if you can better yourselves. On Saturday afternoon the town was aroused by the-ringing" of'the fire bell. Tt was learned that a small blaze had broken out in the .old restaurant building Loxt to the Coleman Hardware. The (lames were soon extinguished and' the fire nil put out by a single pail of water. The fire brigade were prompt- ly on the spot and were ready and equipped for a fight if the occasion l-rcquired The back doors of the wilding had beert left open and' it vas concluded that the fire hud been started .by some boys playing with :natdi05> or grown person who hua taking a quiftt smoke ind forgot to put nut cigarette. Miss Maggie McCulloch of Hosmer is visiting her sister Mrs. R. Dunlop en Second St. Mr. D. l.l Mcl'hcu. visited Leth- brid'gc Sunday, returning Monday morning. CCXErEE If you want something specially kind of coffee that will make you feel pleased that you bought the kind of coffee that you will take pains to specify by name th- next time you are in need. It's packed in i, 2 and 3 Ifa. airtight tin cans, and always opens up exactly the DWINELL-WRIGHT COMPANY Principal Coffee-Roasters, Boston and Chicago RETAIL GROCERS SUPPLIED BY THE NORTHWEST JOBBING CO. Herald Market Place Wlw have taytUflf to idl to reit place it u tkic cdrna. If ytn wait uytkiflf use this cotau. 25e oae iucritai i iuertiou for SI POSITION WANTED Refined Knlish lady with child 4 years old desires position as house- keeper in city. Small remuneration if good home. 254, Calgary. Address P. 0. Box 236-S 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 Dining Room girl. Apply Albeita Restaurant. 236.0 T. E. PATTESON Room Block WANTED Bridge Carpenters. Apply at Gen- eral Office A. R. I. Co., City. 236-6 SEIZED THE BOOZE Toronto, Ont., Sept. a test case the Toronto License department has seized liquor Sri transit oh the T. it N. O. Ry. to Cobalt, on the ground that it constitutes an illegal shipment. WANTED A First Class Salesman for Gents Furnishings and clothing department E. J.-Hill Co. 236-0 WANTED At once 3 or 4 smart hoys 14 to 16 years of age. Woollen Co. 237-6 is built of dead fiat, patent levelled steel and lined with asbestos the kind that stands all kinds of heat and never warps or cracks. It's supplied with the new Gurney- Oxford reversible grate, too. The grate with the interlocking teeth that cut off the dead ashes, when operated, and makes the fire re- spond quickly. No good coal drops through it either, every particle is burnt. That is one of this range's fuel-saving features. This grate can be removed and a wood-burning grate substituted without moving a bolt or a screw. Then, notice the extra large oven GURNEY-OXFORD Chancellor Range built of patent-levelled, dead- flat steel will last a lifetime. Fitted with the Duplex revers- ible grate, which can be removed without disturbing the linings. The Gurney-Oxford Chancellor range saves food, fuel ana worry, takes all the bother out of cooking. ONTAJUO GRAPES Concords, Niagaras and .Rogers to arrive in a few days v Our Car of which arrived Saturday is nearly all sold Do not delay if you want any of this Fruit THE GOOD CO. WHOLESALE OR RETAIL Phone 98. Oliver's Hall ONE NIGHT ONLY THE Clamaii THE: Woodhall-Davidson Co. Ltd. 5HEET METAL CONTRACTORS, MANUFACTURERS AND JOBBERS now located in the new Bowman Block, Crabb Street And are prepared to give prompt and careful attention to all orders and inquiries regarding PRICE MO-HlKh f 8.5fl aay. the drop door forms a solid shelf for basting. The fire linings can be removed without disturbing the top that means economical repairs. The Gurney-Oxford Golden Nug- get Range is a low-price range with high-price efficiency. We would like to explain it to you in detail. We know that once you have seen it you won't be satisfied until you have this labor-saving, fuel-saving rango- in your kitchen. PRICE. 323-High Sheet Metsl Conkes, Skyligta, Breprcef Wotars, Metal Shing'es, Corrugated IFM, Have Sheet I OB, etc. General Ageats Pease Ecowy ud Vidw Finaces Registers Contractors are invited to investigate our Prices and Stock Phone 142 P.O. Box 627 One of the best -shows of the Season A Select dapiijtT Players Three Shows in One 16PLWR516 All Dramatic Artists Superb Baud Orchestra Free CtKert mi Street Parade at 7.30 p. A Positive Guarantee with every Ticket sold POPULAR PRICES v.Tickets' on Sale at J. D. Higiubothanrs Drugstore WANTED Lady (experienced) would SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING (JLATIONS Coal mining rights oi tfce Dominion iu Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the North-Weal Territories and British Coiuuroia, nitty be leai-dd for term ol twenty-one years at an annual rental of SI an acre. Not more than acres will be leased to oue applicant. Application for a be made to the Agent or Sub-Ageut of the district iu which the ap- plied for are situated. lii surveyed territory the Ian-' must be by sections, or gal subdivisions of sections, and uusurveyed territory the tract appli lor shall be staked out. Each application must be accoin punied by a fee of which will refunded if the righta applied for are not available but not otherwise. A royally shall be paid on the mer- chantable output of the uiine at the 'ate of five emits per ton. Every huaee of coal mining righu whicb are not being operated shall furnish the district Agent of Domin- ion Lands witb a sworn statement to that effect at least once in each year. The lease will >uclude the coal mining rights only, bui the lesee ma; be permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may be con- sidered necessary for the working ol the mine at tbt rate of J10 an acre. For full information application should be made to the Secretary ol tht Department of the Interior, Ot- under- take needle work by the day. At ladies' own houses. The Herald Office. Address M. D., 238-6 SITUATION WANTED Experienced bookkeeper, time keep- er and general office man desires sit- uation; also evening work; best of references. Apply Herald office. 241-6 ROOMS 'WANTED Two furnished rooms or part of .1 urnishcd house for light housekeep- ng. Could use two unfurnished rooms. Apply Box B., Herald office. 240-6-p tawa, or any Agent or Sub-Agent ol Dommion Lauds. W. W. CORY. Deputy Minister of the Interior N.B. Unauthorized publication ol ihis advertisement will not paid ROOMS TO LET Furnished rooms with board, home cooking, meals 25c, at Adam's Boarding House. 241-6 Bell Piano, almost new. Will sell at sacrifice or rent to suitable parties. Apply Mrs. B. Eipley. Phone 237-6-p One horse, gentle, broken single and double, weight about Ibs., aged 6 years. Apply Robert Kergan, North Ward, aast of school. 36-6 Standard Dictionary with abridged cyclopaedia and atlas of the world Punk Wagnalls Co. two volumes. full morocco, alnv-st new, cost Must sell at once at great sacrifice. The Boston Lunch The Gurney Standard Metal Co., Limited The City's Popnkr Quick Limch Counter Open Day and Night. Only White Help. Lunches put tip for Outing Parties 2nd West of Arlington Baroness Road Phone 1131 P. 0. Box 243.- 241-2 LOST One dark' bay horse, shod all round. leather under left front shoe, ropo around neck. reward for return SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST HOMESTEAD REGU- LATIONS Any even uumDereQ section of Do- aiiniou lands in Manitoba, Saskatch- ewan and Alberta, excepting 8 and 26, not reserved, may be homestead- ed by any person is the sole head of a family, or any male over 18 years of age, to the extent of one-quartei suction of 160 acres more or less. ippHcatica lor eniry must be made in person by applicant at a Do- n.iuion Lands Agency or Sub-Agency 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 sistur of an in- tending homesteader. The homesteader is required to per- form the homestead duties under one of the following plans: (1) At least six months' residence upori and cultivation of the land in each year for three years. (2) A may, if he so desires, perform the required resi- dence duties by living on iarniug land owned hy him, uot to L. P. Oliver, Lethbridge, Anyone retaining this horse after this will be prosecuted. 2-10-2 LOST One brindle cow, without horns, no white on her at all. Branded- fj on the right shoulder. I-iucler apply at Herald Gffico and receive reward. 237-6 AN OLD TIMER who wanted a gun wanted it mighty bad. You may not be in a hurry to buy until you see the' RIFLES, SHOT GUNS, REVOLVERS, ETC. we are offering And then your- fingers won't be still until you have one of them in your hand.s. We don't handle any of the cheap cost iron guns made by some firms. The best gun metal, skillfully made by expert hands, is the material used. Ammunition for all kinds of guns! HOWARD CASE CO. GUNSMITHS LETHBRIDGE ALTA. REFRIGERATOR FOR SALE Only been in use about six months A bargain. Apply to X, Herald Of- fice. 239-0 BORROWED OR STOLEN A Day Bicycle from the Bryan Block about five o'clock Friday, aft r- noon. The party taking it will please return at once and save trouble. R. E. Moore, Bryan Block. t Ring Up 108 i When you want DRAYING Done promptly and JPHN BRODIE TEACHtR WANTED Teacher wanted (female) for New. lands School District No. 1145, duties to comme'.oe on Sept. 1st next and to continue o the end oi term. Apply -tAtinir experience, 210-0 TENDERS WANTED SEALED TENDERS will be receiv- ed by the undersigned until 5 o'- clock Thursday, Sept. 24, for all the masonry and carpenter work requir- ed for the erection of brick and j store and office building next to the Bentley Co The lowest or any tender not ne- cessarily accepted. Plans and specifications can he seen at Room 9, Whitney Block. F. B. ROLFSON, than eighty (dO) ucies in extent, in iJip vicinity nf his homestead. Jolil ownership of land .will uot meet this requirement. (3> ff the' father (or mother, if the