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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 2, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LITH BRIDGE, AUMftTA. WCDNE80AY, DECEMBER 2, PAQI THfttl 1 1 Alterations Made with Ease and Accuracy One of the great advantages of Fit-Reform is the fad that every Suit and Overcoat is ready to try on. Fit-Reform garments are so conftrudcd that if alter- ations should be necessary, they can be made quickly and exactly. I Thus Fit-Reform assures an absolutely perfect fit to every man. And you have the Fit-Reform guarantee of "money back if satisfaction be not given1. iiore fully the technique and talent )t this clever young violinist. The; piuno duels In which Miss An- derson cu pa bly played the. treblc( part to Mr. Ely's among :ho most enjoyable of the programme'. Mr. whom in his varied charactwr of pianist, organist, vocalist impresario, the" main credit of this and the otliers of the PL-j'ies have been given', ig it was lie who brought to- gether and rehearsed this little band of his reputation as "an ideal being even in better form than usual. Even such of us as are not music lovers to the prejudice of saner en- thusiasm should feel a just pride in having our little city such excep- tional musical talent as waa heard last night. It is-up, 4o us to give our musicians the support and en- they undoubtedly de- serve.1- In them we possess musical oportunitit-s for tuition and church and concert work on which many city of several times our size might woll fancy itself. Taber Color, Flavor, Fragrance are the strong points of daily Herald larket Place the Secretary oi the Department of the Interior, Ot- tawa, or any Agent or Bub-Agent ol Dominion Lands. W. W COBY. Deputy Minister of the Intezioi Unauthorized publication oi Ihi; advertisement will not be tor. Pills and in a rery short tima 1 was right mine. j and fib again. I am very thankful to "A quiet session of the -town council found so speedy a cure." was held last night in the town hall ._, afc all dealers or. muled direct by with Mayor Douglas m the chair. T Milburn Limited, Toronto, Tho counctlmen present were Hammer Carapbcll, and "Davis. A communica- tion signed by D. W. Burns, asking for one month's salary, which he claims is due him from the council, wnsrreftd'--by Clerk Miller: It will Ie ieivoubered that Mr. Burns was Ta- Each member of the company was first town Constable, that. lhc good form and every number thor- oughly enjoyed. Miss Archer, the soprano sang admirably as she always does and her equable well-placed voice was heard tellingly in the con- certed numbers. The rarely sweet quality and finish- ed style of Miss Simm's voice was a. delightful urprise to miny of the Ont. In ordering specify "Poan's.1' athletic is sec- audience who heard her last night-for ond American Marathon "at Madison' the firsftime. Indeed, she quite cap- Square-Garden on-December 15th, i tivated her audience, her -pleasing competing with Tom Longboat, the famous Canadian long distance man. LLvPATTESON Real Estate, Insurance, open evenings. Phone 2t7. Office Room 7 Olivtr Block. Correspond- ence solicited. manner supplementing pleasantly the charm of her mellow "mezzo." Miss Simm -has a way of utterly for- getting everything but the spirit of her song. She; sings with an ease and reserve which rare5y comes save with years of experience, the which quivocal advantage Miss Simm is as CoaMale ConJidale, Dec. Height's returned home Saturday after-spend- LOST AND FOUND WANTED-Man; and wife want a situation together on a ranch or farm, or in town. Address H. McGilliard.. c-o Arlington hotel, Lethbridge. 295-6 LAND FOR SALE bay mare, white strip down face, branded right thigh revers- L inverted Y. Reward of for in- formation leading to recovery. Arch- d half ie Stewart, Rocky Coulee P.O., A'ta. w 292-8 -plated tray, at Pantry Sale in the. Bijou hall on Nov. 7th. Finder kindly return to Mrs. FOR to gently undulat- 4 miles from cash, balance 8 i annual payments. See this. H, L. Graham owner, Lethbridge. 297-2 town council last spring granted him t% a month in W a six-months' leave of absence from there he solofthe farm he be- duties him-to perform said'fore coming to Coaldale. H.. who has, been running the elevator, while Mr. Depew was unable to work, returned to JLcthbridge last night. Mr. Depew'is able to resume charge again after being-laid up tvuo months on account of blood poison- ing. C. Seitters, has removed his stock of groceries to his new.'store. Eade expects to have his house completed soon. He has just com- pleted the plastering. iH. A. Suggitt's' little daughter berir-." is quite ill. Morris Crabb St. Wm. 299-3 time upon, his homestead. It was also agreed that if the council saw fit not to reinstate Mr. Burns to his former position, they would give him thirty days' notice in. advance that his services would 20 longer be need- ed. Thie the' city council has failed to do. The police committee in- structed power to act in regard to either accepting or ru-ecting Mr. Burns, but declared at l.vst night's council meeting that it could not han die this financial whole matter of 4 lots Block "A" Higinboth- am Addition, corner, Brydon and Torrance cash, balance 6 and 12 months. 3 lots Block "A" Higin- 'botham Addition on Idding- ton 1-3 cash, .balance 6 and 12 months. 18 lots west of Westmin- ster, 1-4 mile from school." These lots are high and dry. and in beautiful each, easy terms. 4 lots on Courtland St., choice each. 1-31 balance 3 and 6 months. Two perfectly, nevr 5 rooni- ed cottages, rent for 120 each per month on Block ?1400 cash, balance as arranged. .Youf choice of, a dozen other .equally good buys. part it. The 'salary" was thcre- fore Witched over to the town solic- itor for his consideration 'and settle- ment. "ot too -young to have had. Mr. Tilley's massive baritone-bass, ir- bass-baritone as the case (and ong) may .be, was heard iu the solos and also in the quartettes to which ie provided a "bath of bass" for the other voices to float on. His inter-, preUitipn of Schubert's 'incomparablel-ccrning tho was but whkil hough the-Philistines; were wrought] ?.ada Wc3t Coal upon yet did "they restrain curt; their enthusiasm and keep .it within decent bounds. However, in the Sam- station and Lyceum, a pocketbook, containing 'a sum of money and notes; reward to fmdf-r. Apply at Herald Office. 293-6 tfOR SALE CHEAP-Quarter sec- tion of land, with bouse and stable, partly fenced and only four and a half miles from station. Can also locate homestead adjoining. Price 5S.OO -per acre. Anply to Box 387 or E. T. McGregor, office Postoffice Block. 295-6 WHERE IS OLIVER SMITH? i FOR African veteran WANTED to 'ocate, Oliver j scrip, cheap. R. V. Gibbons, Oit medium height, fair complex" n, weight about 150 pounds, age 23; carre out to work on railroad at Calgary. Address Mrs. Alice Walker, 4 St. Saw- telle, Los Angeles, Cal. Block. 288-0 PROPERTY FOR SALE FOR SALE. Tho surveying of the town cemetery J is now completed. The secretary was instructed to call for tenders for thc I of placing a durable and j fence around the cemetery. 1 lucKs, came from, every quarter con- Don't miss the Great La Varre Co., at the Lyceum in the mystifying act. Get OUF Thc sonf-rnct caUs sixteen candle said Davis, "but wo do not get it. Thc lights are simply bum." It was decided, however, to i number "Honour and (as did Samson in .his last act on the! 'programme.) Mr. Tilley "brought! down his" and quite overcame -The method i the town hall at once and insert a. meter. the Philistine. His encore "The Death of evoked as much enthusiasm as the clever singing which provoked it, proving that the ipulating thc fire past promises to in. tho future. Five -JolUirs will be' given to ;iu the j- improved audience suffered no-diminuition first :gy by the fall of the house. man who Arrives at a an. engine ;vrvl five for- tho man who arrived first Mr. Layton's violin .numbers dis- jwith a tank of played the firmness and delicacy of Constable Bullock's salary'was ad- bowing of a good method and cnreful jvanccd from to per month, training. The familiar Sveridon Ro-J dating from Nov. 24th mance was charmingly played and j Ere long Constable Bullock will be Mr. Laytori responded to a sincere en- attired in his new official garb, a core with a little gem for muted heavy, blue twill, Irish serge, Icing (the He the pattern chosen. made the murmurous flight of this busy but alarming insect so realistic to thc ears of his audience that more than one pair of hands was raised The C.P.R. has issued notices to all those people using its water, that all connections with the main will be closed1 at once. line will first in defence and later in hearty work a i1ftnlship on a. fow who havc applause. -.The- three movements of for vcars thc compnTly-s the Do Beriot number brought out' water. on Corrugated Iron (jralvanizecl and Painted Metallic Siding Metallic Shingles before buying elsewhere We have just placed a colonel of the well-known Hetai Shingle and Siding Co.'s noods in stock A Pair Draught Horses and Outfit FOR poir draught horses and outfit; for sale, a first-class pair of draught horses, weight ibs., 4 and 5 years old, perfectly sound and in fine condition; T have worked this team steady during the last year, they had good care, and are fit for kind of work; I no use for j FOR house and two lots in North Ward. Apply G. W. Beaton, Box 427, or the City Bak- ery. cottage prefer- ably furnace heated. P. 0. Box 360. 295-6 them during the winter, will sell at.ii bargain, also Bain wa- Has be.-n in operation one gon, used cix months, and new set FARMERS' FEED STABLE FOR includes four lots with small house, stable room for fifty horses, hay-shed and bunk house. month. and cleared Can be bought COMPANY Office and Factory Cif. UiiXB and 60KPU SHEETS Telephone Yard, Sikh St 195 double barness. Apply M. T. Me- on easy terms and is one of the Kay, 131-2 1st West. Calgary. 293-3 j cheapest propositions offering today. Owner selling only because he is compelled to go south. Price SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any person who is the aole head t a. family, or any male over 18 yeart may homestead a quarter-flection o' available Dominion land in Mani toba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. 'The applicant must appear in person at the Dominion Lands Agency or Sub Agency for the district. Entry- Of' proxy be made at any agenoy on certain conditions, by fattier mother, son, daughter, brother or aw ter of intending homesteader. months' residence upoo cultivation of the land In aicrs of three years. A .homeateader may-. live within nine miles of his hotn> stead on a farm of at leaat 80 solely owned and occupied by him or" by his father, daughter, brother or sister. In certain districts a homesteader in good standing may pre-empt a quarter-section 'alongside hU home- stead. Price 13.00 per acre. Duties. reside six months in each of six years from date of homestead entry (including the time required to earn homestead patent) and cultivate fifty acres extra A homesteader who has erhAusied his homestead right and cannot ob- tain a pre-emption may take a pur- chased homestead in certain districts. BUILDING Will build one or more houses and take a lot or lots in exchange. What have you got? C. J. con- tractor, address gen. del. 290-1 Apply Skeith Tilley, Whitney Blk. 299-3 Tenders For Boring TENDERS, are invited for sinking, a bore hole near the city of Leth- bridgo; minimum distance 300 feet; work to be commenced at once. Ad- dress Box W., Herald Office. HOUSES TO RENT TO room Address Lethbridge Box 410. 295-6 Sur Reputation for DEpenriaMe Roods MEDICINE HAT EMPLOYMENT OFFICE P. J. Conroy, Manager Help of all kiiuls supplied. "Write stating paid and nature of employment. No charge to employer. TO in North Ward, close in. Apply Box D., Herald of- fice. 035.0 TO five roomed house, per month. Apply to 53 Argyle Ave. 287-0 HOUSE TO rive roomed fur- nished cottage. Apply 620 Burdett St. 53-0 Price per acre. residft six months in each of three years, cultivate fifty acres and erect a iiousp. worth W. W. GORY, Deputy of the Minister of the Interior. publication of this advertisement will not be paid- for. ROOMS TO RENT TO large modern rooms, furnished. Apply to Glyn St. ,2nd house south of Courtland St. 297-6 hat beta established by a contiguous stmggle to stock only House Furnishings that will oiake at ihis store regular customers. It's easy to sell goods that look good for the they don't make good. If you will oonsider lasting qualities you will find our values all we claim for them. Turpin Furniture Go. I 4 ESTABLISHED 1864 r A Coal, Ice and PRAYING Western Transfer Co. LONG BROS.Proprieton Office opposite Balmoral PHON E 03 4- or uanaoa HEAL OFFICE, MONTREAL Pwtl-up Reserve and Undivided Profits.............. Accounts of Merchants, Farmers and Ranchers Solicited Drafts Money Orders Letters of Credit Savings Bank Department Lethbridge Branch: Coaidale Block, Rcdpith St. We have the teams and Tre're here to do the Cutset lirt of all kinds promptly attended to You will do well to get our before placing your orders elsewhere Hayr Transfer Co. H. Hayr W, G, PHONE 180 ;