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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 3, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta L E T H ft IDG t, IHTAFRIDAY. APRIL 3. 1908. s Whae Style and buy Fit-Reform Suits because I can depend on them being style and holding their shape." Another man said, "What I want in a suit is good, honest wear. I get it in Whether YOU buy for looks or wear, you get both when you buy Fit- Reform garments. Let us show you the new styles in Suits at and 313 McKELVIE McGUIRE SoleyAgents for Lethbridgc. The Swellest Fver Ladies9 Coats Ladies' Skirts We wish to draw your attention to our elegant range of swell Goats and Skirts. All we wish is an opportunity to show you what have. The following illustra- tion is one of the many se- lect styles in Ladies Skirts 544 PANAMA SKI trimmed with pleats running from top. to bottom.: "These you see, are al-. lowed to flare after being 4 stitched for 17 inches. The two folds are of the same material, making a very stylish, effect- ive skirt( WE HAVE 10 DOZEN BLOUSES in blue and white grounds, pin _and pol- dot. _PIeatod arid triin- nied very neatly. SATURDAY for SOC LADIES' FINE WHITE MUSLIN of fine Swiss embroidery; collars and cufiV with fine tucks and Val- enciennes lace. 3-4 sleeves.- On sale SATURDAY for WHITE MtfSLIN BLOUSE trimmed in Baby Irish Lace nnd Lace Medallions. 3-1 For opened, the finest and most select line ever shown in the city. a H. JOHNSTON NEW NAMES TO GO ON THE MAP On' Wbt 114 TOWBS on Grand Irak Pacific are to be Caled Montreal, April committee of Grand Trunk Pacific officials who jiave beeen engaged in-.the important task of selecting names for the 114 new towns that are to spring into ex- istence 'this year G. T. I', line, between la'1 Frame and Ed- monton have at last got1 through1 their labors and this morning'the' final and corrected list, as given below, receiv- the sanction of the powers that The list is one of considerable inter- est riot only to the people -of western Canada, but to all Canadians, for from now on no map or geography of Canada will be complete that does not contain these names, and from now on each name will be in more or less. constant use. It will be noticed tWat there are to be five: terminal. station, namely. Melville, Waterous, Biggar Each of these nam- es will be recognized'as belonging to individuals prominently connected with the G. T. P. enterprise. Among the other number of the names of G. T. P. officials will be no- ticed, as well as the names of people identified with the development of western Canada, some Indian names, some composite names, some evident- ly referring to incidents in the con- struction work, such as Cutarm, and a few duplicates of places in the Old Country, such as Birmingham, Bang- or, Wei by, Mead, Edgerton and Heath. The list-is as follows: -From Portage la Prairie westwards: Aronra, Barr, Caye, Deer, Fir- dale, Greeg, Harte, Ingelow, Justice Knox and From Rivers, the first terminal, 142 miles from Winnipeg, Myra, Norman, Cokuer, Pope, Quad- ra, Rca, TJno, Treat, Lazare, Victor, Welby, Spy Hill, Gerald'.; Cutarni, Yarbo, Zoneta, Atwater. Bangor, Cald, ron and Cana. Frem Melville, the second .terminal, 277 miles-from1 Winnipeg Birmingham, GpodeverHub- Ituna, Jasmin, Kelliher, Le Ross, Mostyn, Touchwood, Punnichy, Quinton, Raymore Tate, Nokomis, Undora and Venn. From Wutrous, the third terminal, 407 -miles westward: Xena, Young. Zelma. Allan, Brad- ;well, Clavct, Duro; Earl. Farley. Grandora. Hawood.s, Jviina, Juniata, Kinley, Loney, Mead and Nevla. From Biggar, the frarth terminal, 52G miles from Winnipeg, westward: Palo, Land is, Coblenr., Reford, Scott, Tako, Unity, Yera, Winter, Yonker, 'Artland, Butz, Chauvin, Dunn, Edgerton, Heath 'andGreen- shields. From Wainwright the fifth terminal 666 miles Winnipeg, westward: Hawkins, Jrma, Junkins, Kinsella, Meighen, Nestor, Bruce, Holdcn. Ppe, Ryley, Shonts, Tofield, 'Deville, Uncas, Ardrpssan ..and Val- comv The next station is Edmonton? f EAGLCf SttOKER Monday, Maicli 30th, a vory cJful rsmokcr held in OH- VLT'S hall by Lethbridgy Aerie No, 337 FnUernsi. onier of .Hasles The. programme for the evi-ning open- ed by a vety fitting uddivs.s fron Chairman GUJJ Nedig after wliich nil Joined in singing Kugk- "Ode of The folowing are those who contributed tlu-ir services to make a ver> enjoyable selecuons by UK? Symphony orchestra, whicli is without doubt, tlie tx'st obtainable in the city. Songs by A. J. R. Kvans, P. Wukh, D, Barclay, H. Skoith, W. Uuinett, BerL Viner, W. M. SS'alter Lang''and B, Fli-mming, all of which were very beautifully render- ed. Jokes and comic sayings by D, May, J. Collins and C'has, Jenson; did they laugh, well, 1 .should smile. A harmonica 'solo, by M. Stwle, a mandolin solo by-.ifat Petras and a cornet solo by-' Mike Rosbaski were :ill heartily applauded. Short and suitable speeches wore given by Mr. F. Collins, of Piricher Creek, also by the Worthy Prejsidc'nt of I.othbridgo Aerie, S. G: Davies, and by a Home Bird James Ashcroft. ;'j'0n behalf of Lethbndgft Aerie No. 837 F. 0. E., we the undersigned heartily thank all ihosc who con- tributed their services to make what was, without doubt, a most enjoyable programme. -GUS NE1D1G, Chairman. S. G. DAVIES, President. T. J. .WHITE, Secretary. A London, Ont., .April Coley, Englishman, 23 years old, was struck by a yard engine and both legs severed. Slight hope tained for his recovers- is enter- ew house, fully modern witli good outbuildings, on lot 00 ft. x 100 ft., 5 blocks from square, 011 corner, near Redpatli Street Price Cash Alberts Realty Co Lcthbridjc, AHa., Canada THE CARDSTON BUDGET Caniston, April contractor is proceeding vrith the wor'K of stone cutt-ing and the material is now in a state of readiness so that the building will proceed rapidly when tho weather permits the actual lay- ing of stone for the new Mormon Ta- bernacle. Yesterday a car of lima interfere as he has done nearly the whole of the last month. THE COURT HOUSE Only a few more days arc needed to complete the painting and decor- ating of this Iwautiful structure and it will Ixi in readiness for the first session of the District Court to be held in Cardston on the 16th inst. SCHOOI, FA'AMS As Easter comes rather late this year, the promotion, oxftms for the arrived and it will soon be in xisc' three rooms containing Tarts I and provided the weather clerk docs not II and Standard II have been in pro- Do You Need furniture If so we can save you from 10 to 15 percent over any other source. Equally low prices prevail in our other de- partments. Curtains, Carpet Squares and Rugs, Pictures, Sewing Machines and Pianos, Baby Its sel- ling for cash that makes those savings. Ihe Turpin Furniture Co. THE HOME OP BIG VALUES gross this'week, finishing on Tuesday IftSt. The 'teachers are now engaged in the agreeable task of reading- tho papers and' results will doubtless be announced no.xt wcok. NEW COMPANY The Alborta Lumber ]Munufactur- ing Co. is no iiiore. With the first i of-April the 'incorporation of this firm came into effect and it is now the Alberta Lumber nnd Hardware Co., Ltd. Mr. J. C. Cahoon is still manag- ing and expects his business for 1908 to increase beyond all previous re- cords. 'A large stock of lumber, shingles, Inths, doors, sa-shcs, etc., with all other requisites in the build- ing line are to be found hero as well as a fine line of buggies, democrats and wagons. The agency for the! Massey Harris is still retained by the new company. Yesterday the above company turn- ed out a fine new bus to be run for the Caboon hotel by'Messrs. W. O. Lee Sons. On the initial trip of the now rig all passengers were car- ried gratis... The former monopoly on this traffic is now ended am? the travelling public can look for good accommodation at reasonable rates as well as gentlemenly treatment.. PERSONALR Mr. Wm. Duce returned yesterday from a- trip to Lethbridge. The City Meat Market, operated by Messrs Duce Reed or, has been making very stendy shipments from this point to Lcthhridge nil winter. Dr. D. Weeks is now ensconced ir. the office suite in the Cahoon Hotel formerly occupied by W. ,i FOR SALE NortK Ward Lots WEST OF WESTMfNSTER ROAD Magificent'high and dry Lots within of a mile of At Per Cent Discount for a Few Days No greater opportunity for profitable investment .will be found in this today than here offered This high class residence sub-division has absolutely every advantage of desirable location environment that can make residence property valuublc. .Values iti tin's district must advance nipidty. Right .NOW'and right: HERE is the critical time for you to get one of tho most'desirable home sites in this city. T. E. PATTESON Room 7, Oliver Block ANTICIPATION As regards our Ice Cream anticipate what you will as to richness and flavor and you will not be disappointed. We expect to open our Ice Cream PARLORS On SftT. April 4 Come in and try a dish and we will convince you that our Ice Cream is pure Ice Cream. It will be delicious Always Ussociate Ration's with Good Candies Roction's Candy Kitchen WANT ADS? 1 1 25c, one insertion, 0 __ __'_ _ CHOIR LEADER for Knox church. Please state qualifications. Apply E. U. Rylamls, chuirman Board of Man- agers. 9C-6 WANTED A YOUNG GIRL to assist-' with light housework and in taking-care of baby. Apply Mrd. F, Baroness Road. %-0 TO RENT A SEVEN ROOMED HOUSE, fur- nil-lied, modern, in -best residential district of city. Apply Box ald Office. j'-tf. TO LET FURNISHED ROOMS. Mrs. J. A.'. Young, corner .Sompas and Smith. 93-6 TO RENT FURNISHED HOUSE, 8 rooms, centro.lly located. Apply J. A., Young, conuu- Bompas and Smith. 93-6 .WANTED An experienced boot and shoe sales- man. .'Must steady man, good stock keeper and a hustler. Ap- ply Manager, Hudson's B'ay Com- 95.0 LOST GOLD BRACELET between Ma- grath and Lethb'ridge. Finder will be rewarded by leaving at Wright's jewelry store, Lethbridge. 96-0 FOR. SALE A sorrel' horse, weight about, a good driver'go double or single. Apply C.-Begin, close the gas well. 96-0 FOR SALE On and after March 25th, at Fur- man's livery stable, 20 head of well broken work horses, weighing from Ibs. up. 86-0 650 Bartlett Street Orders left for 'Easter cut Howers rjefore April 12th promptly tilled Place your order now as we can- not promise orders to be rilled after that date; SALESLADY WANTED A smart experienced saleslady for dry goods department. Must" be ca'-. puble and must Wave had good ex- perience. Apply, Manager, The Hud- son's Bay Co. Stores. DO-G BUSINESS FOR SALE FOR Feed and Hoarding Stable. Dray line'in con- nection in live town of six hundred on Prince Albert branch, Canadian Northern. Would consider live stock for part. Box W., Herald Office. 87-26 Many diamonds are lost by neglecting to have worn-out ring claws renewed soon enough. We will gladly ex- amine your jewelry at any of advise you whether the stones arc secure or not. The prices for re-clawing and re- mounting nre quite moderate service prompt and the workmanship the best pos- sible. C. Ross Tate The Sign of the'Watch Ford St., near" City -Hall St. Thomus. Ont... Times: Silcox. brother of (Dr.) finest., returns to his home in Southern Al- berta, tonight, after an extended vi- sit in this city. Short Orders at all Hours Regular Meals. 25c Meal Tickets -S5 Fresh fmiUt confectionery Photos FOR SALE A heavy general work team, gentle, and well .broken. Harness for sale ulso. Apply T. A .Maxwell, old Vir- tue farm south of city. WANTED Position as .housekeeper on farm by woman with two children. Apply Mrs. Smith. Windsor Hotel. TUBER HOTEL DIKING ROOM Short Order Between Meals CARROLL DOYLE ill III IU I I lllllliiiH' I 11 i H1H i i H I i i i it Mr. Billie Sharratt Ventriloquist and Mimic At frvr .._. Unght OPERA HOUSE ONE SOLID WEEK, SATURDAY MAT- INEE, commencmc; with Mon, April6 Return of the Favorites Arington Comedians M fair POMAT1ER SISTERS LAMES' ORCHESTRA Tn a Sirica of Entirely New Plays PEOPLE: TW Qmr ni Onl4rcR. INEZ, OOY, mi HELEN Ctacert by tlK Luitn' Orchestra every Evening at S it 8.30. Prices, 50c, 75c LOO Seats now on sale at usual place NOTICE SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST HOMESTEAD REGU- Any even nuinburca section of'Do- minion lands in Manitoba, Saskatch- evran'nncl excepting S and 2G. not reserved.' mny be homcstead- ed by any porson who is the sole head of a family, nr any male over 18 years of age, to the fxtent of one-quarter ejection of 160 .acres more or less. Application for entry must be made in person by the applicant at a Do- minion Lands Agency or Sub-Agency for the district in which the tand 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 following plans: (1) At least six months' residence upon and cultivation of the land in each year for three years. (2) A homesteader may, if he so desires, pt-rform the required resi- TN THK MATTER OF Ivstato of'dence duties by living on farming John Rogers Davis. Mr of U-th- jlantl owned solely by him, not less bridge, in tho of Alberta. llla" eighty (SO) acres in extent, in rancher: jtne 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 :iwn that pur- Notice is hereby suant to an ordtlr of His Honor. Winter, dated ;it Lethbridge on the 23rd day of March A. 1003, the creditors and other persons hav- ing claims against the estate of the above named John Rogers Davis, decfasod. are on or the 23rd day of May A. D. 1003. required to send in their and addrt-ssvs with particulars of thrir claims to- gether with a statement of the socur- 1 1 1 M t f it i i t n i f i land owned solely by him, not -less than eighty (30) acres in in the vicinity of the homestead, or up- on a homestead entered for by him in the 7icinity, such homesteader may perform his own residence duties by living with the father (or The term me? (it any) held by thorn verify-! v'' "l tue ing the same by statutory declaration! paragraphs is defined as to the undersigned advocates for raore thnn nine milea in xecutrix ia exclusive of the width Xoticp tl.Vt a11owances ciossed in the snid 23rd day of May the fxeeutrix will be at liberty to administer the or anv assets the said part thereof amftnj: th titlod thereto having regard only the claims of which she shall then have had notice, and will not be j measurement. A homesteader intending to perform his residence duties in ac- sets so distributed to any with the above while 'living with parents or on farming land own- ed by himself must notify the Agent for tho district of such intention. i Six months' notice in writing must i be given to the Commissioner of Do- person or T minion Lands at Ottawa, of intention persons 01 whoso claims the said ex- ecutrix sh.il! thon bnvv had i Dated at. I.ethbridge this 23rd day! of March A. D. 1908. CO5YBEARE JONES, to apply for patent. W. W. CORY, Deputy of the Minister of the Interior. n f f gMHIH4IIH Advocates for the Executrix. tbis advertisement will not be paid ;