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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 3, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LITHBRIOGt, ALBERTA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER PAOf FIVE Unisons lank Established 1855 BAD OFFICE MONTtEAL CapU, pay v, 3374JOO an ____ m Agents and correspoudeiiU in all principal cities and towns in the United States. SAVWGS BAM WAIlIBiT starts an account, Interest allowed from date of depo- sit at highest current rate. A general banking business transacted L D. JAini, Maufer MANY FRUIT .TREES Art Planted in North-WMt.rr fttattt Spokane, Wash., Dt-e. than; fruit trees, principally liHV" >ww'i in Wash- ington, Oregon and Idaho since the of the4 and it is es- timated that whtiue-these cjorue into! bearing in 1912 the apple crop of the t.hvrto will nmnirni. tn. MARRIED AT 4 A. M. Stamford, Conn., Nov; mond Bramauof 206 Massachusetts avenue, Boston, and Miss Rose 'A. O'Neil, an..actress, were married here about four o'clock this morning by judge Martin J. Gray at Judge Gray's residence. Mr. Braman is 35 years old. Miss is 23 and is playing with "The Gay Musician" company. bushcla, the" wheat yield of 190K Gnu and u half million trees were set out in Eastern Washington and Oregon this year, and as many will be panted in ,1909 if the nurseries can supply the demand. Most of the. trees. are for commercial orchards, some out trees. Every nursery 'operating in the- In- land Empire has sold its stock, and it is, likely ;4.here will be much im- porting from, Eastern and muiuiii western, states 'and the Canadian pro- vinces. The success of the apple growers in the. North-West has been great that bonanza wheat ranches in various parts of the country are being cut up for orchard purposes. AFTER STREET RAILWAY Port Arthur, Out., Dec. Philip Labbe, of Labbe, Jarvis Co., of Minneapolis, offers for a twenty year lease of the Port Arthur and Fort William St. Railway. RAYMOND PIONEER DEAD Demise of CUs- Changed About Raymond, Dec, O'Brien, Kipthcr of Thomas O'ilrien, died this morning at the home of her daughter Mrs, Nalck'r, Mrs, O'Brien has been sick for some time. She is an elder- ly'lady-and "old age was the cause of her death. The funeral will be on Friday, bhe leaves live i a daughter: Mr, Thomas O'Brien, Clarence O'Srien, Mr. Roy O'Brien, Mr. James O'Brien, Mr. Uriel O'- Brien and Mrs. Ntilder. Jennie Doorne, better known in Raymond as Mrs, Gurr went to Lwth- bridge this morning to be married io Mr. Alma'Carter. Mrs. Curr is well known in Raymond and the Raymond people wish her happiness. The pupils of Standard IV. have been ruovet} over to the vestibule of the meeting house. The pupils in Standards If, and who were i over there have been changed back j I to the main building. With the pu-j pibs'of Standard IV. out of Mr. ker's room the programme of the High, School subjects have been changed. Little Lucilii Allen is sick with UK- measles and another home in Ray- mond is quarantined. Mr. and Mrs. J. West! this morning, a baby. Color, Flavor, Fragrance are the strong points of Daily Herald Market Place Wbca ywi have U nett w rcit plf ce it la tbix crtiiH. It ywt wait MM this 25c f iuerttou tor SI general servant with some knowledge of cooking. Apply to Mrs. Redmond, Cutbill St., 3rd or south of Redpath. 297-6 RAM LAL'S PURE TEA It's RICH, 'CLEAR COLOR, fresh FRAGRANCE and DELICIOUS FLAVOR have made it hosts of friends. Are YOU one yet V IT IS PURE! general serv- ant to go to Frank, Alta. Railway fare and high wages paid. Apply to Mrs. ilcNicol, 1110, Bompas St., City. 300-6 for femily of two, widow lady preferred. Box No. I Herald. 299-0 Ram LaTi is Sold onJy in Lethbridge by THE BENTLEY CO. LTD. servant wanted. Apply to Mrs. T. McNjtb, near C-P.R. Roundhouse. 298-3 Only 18 More Shopping Days till CHRISTMAS O you realize that Christmas is so very near? Only 18 more days in which to do your shopping. If you have not already made all your plaris, don't put it off another day. Come into our .examine the dis- plays and the hundreds and hundreds of sugges- tions that make Christmas shopping easy. And purchase early. We can give you much better attention, you get the best selection, and every- thing is not left until the last minute, in which case you may overlook some very important items Toys for the Children Santa Glaus is getting his "headquarters mtqVsliape.--., The big laclvance. shipment of his toys is an assortment! What joy for the the grown-ups! Toys of alb kinds for all kinds of little ..children. Mechanical toys, animals, dolls and all" "the other things that Santa Glans knows so well how to make. Our stock offers a splendid opportunity to select suitable gifts for the young lady. The amount one wishes to spend makes little difference as the.-displays are so comprehensive: and nicely graded that accept- able remembrances may be found at almost all prices. The following are seasonable suggestions: A Set of Furs Dress Accessories Hair Ribbons Manicure Sets Hat Pins Side Combf. Work-Boxes Purses and Hand Bags Big Dolis Gifts for Boys A" boy usually appreciates something to wear and to kecp'-him com- fortable. There are lots boys in Lethbridge, and we bought heavily in anticipation that .-they'would, be "well remembered this Christmas. Make selections from this list: Caps Mufflers Sweaters Neck Ties Boots Gloves Gifts for Women Our store fairly teems with dainty and acceptable gifts for women. The articles represent a great variety of prices and offer a wide range of taste in making a selection. x Sofa Pillows Sideboard Scarfs Furs Toilet Accessories v Table Centres Cut .Glass Cloves Embroidered Drawn Waists Dresser Silk Sweaters Men Appreciate The men's department is wfcll stocked with suggestions. Hero you will find dozens of good sensible gifts that men will admire. Socks Gloves Shirts Cigar Cases A Weir Wardrobe -A Hudson's Bay Hamper Cigars Umbrellas MnffUre Card Cases Hats Overcoats and Valises Lounging Robes Tobacco Pouches Suspenders Impend Mixture Tobacco for a Contented Christmas Smoke Hudson's Bay Stores Notice CITY OF LETHBRIDGE CENSUS, 1908. Notice is hereby given that on the 9th day of December, 1908, a census of the City of_ .Lethbridge will be taken. Forms will be left with each householder, and; must be filled in on the morning -of the 9th December, 1908, when they Vill be called for or mailed to the chief of-police. (Sgd.) "W.' HENDERSON, 295-10 Mayor. ROOMS TO RENT sen-ant. Apply Mrs. A. H. McKeown, Westminster Road. TO large modern rooms, 2930 furnished. Apply to Glyn. St. 2nd j general servant. Apply house south of Courtland St. 297-6 to Mrs. C. M. Arnold, 1206 Dufferin 299-6 TO stores, in Oddfel- lows' Block. Apply to-C. V. Bennett, Oliver Block. 299-6 experienced dining room girl. Apply Mrs. W. L. Wil- son, 50 Argyle Ave. SITUATIONS WANTED can supply scrip for 1 immediate location. Lots of 160 acres as black Taber, Dec. the eve of Supt. James Taylor, of the Canada Yvewt Coal Co.'s Mine, .severing his eonnec- "tion with the company which position he has ably occupied for the past year, he became. the happy recipient of a surprise party at the mine last evening when.the employees present- ed him with a handsome gold watch and chain. The watch is of 14 carat and consists or The iu- scnpition neatly engraved a "Presented by the em- ployees'of the C. Co., to James Taylor as a token of their regards." Mr. Taylor, .prior -to his coming to Taber, was inspector of coal mines in. Illinois. He has ac- quired considerable' property here and will remain for some" time improving: the1 same. Mr. Kidd, it is understood will assume authority unlit another superintendent-is elected. From the lSTovember' health-.jreport we learii thai not: a single case of contagion has been reported. With the "exception of u few slight colds, contracted by some, the health of the people generally has been excellent. There have been two males and two females. "No _death has occurred during the month. The "Hello1' system is.now univer- sal throughout the town. A new school district -wag organized in Tp. JO, R. 17 with A. Marchessault, E. J. Mechani and J. Godfrey as trustees "The Girl from which is to be the bill at the Taber opera house noxt Saturday night, comes highly endorsed by the press of the leading cities of the coast as being the most laughable farce comedy ever present- ed in that territory. Unlike raany iarec comedies "The Girl.from Chili" has a very distinct plot, which is easily followed and the fact that the plot is dream imaginings of a very sedate and sorious minded student of archology, who lias partaken too freely of his aunt's famous mince pies, causes the extremely fxinny hap- penings to _ the different characters created by the very strict and serious student appear the more ludicroxis. The interpretation of the celebrated Salome dance, as presented by Mile. La Toscfi is one which...no one need hesitate in seeing, as the features bordering on vulgarity and ghastli- 1 ness arc entirely eliminated. or more at low price. Canada Loan Realty Company, Limited, tyre Block, Winnipeg. 297-6 smith, 16 years experience in rail Win. Mo if at, A1Ue for a verm of years at an annual rental oi an acre. Not more than acrei will leaded to one applicant. Application for a must to made to the Agent or Sub-Agent oi he district in which the ap- plied for are situated. In surveyed territory the laii' nuat be described by or ;al subdivisions of aectiona, and IB ungurveyed territory the tract appli- ed for shall be staked out. Each application must be acoom- panied by a fee of which will be refunded if the rights applied for are uot available but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the mer- chantable output of the mine at tht of ttve cents per ton. Every of coal mining righU which are not being operated shall furnish the district Agent of Domin- ion Lands with a sworn statement to that effect at least once in each year. The lease will include the coal mining rights ouly, but the leaee may be permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may be con- sidered necessary for the working ol the mine at the rate of f 10 an acre. For full information application should be made to the Secretary oi the Department of the Interior, -Ot- tawa, cr any Agent or Sub-Agent ol Dominion Landsi W. W. GOBY, I Deputy Minister of the Interior Unauthorized publication oi this advertisement will not be pmir1 lor, SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS LOST AND FOUND 295-6 LOST-Silver plated tray at Pantry i FARMERS' FEED STABLE FOR Sale in the Bijou hall on Nov.' 7th. Finder kindly ..return to Mrs. Wm. Morris Crnbb St. 299-3 black ftiul tan cocker spaniel wearing collar and Leth- bridge' tag No. 132. Reward for rc- turn to Dr. P. W. Tuller. 300-4 FOR SALE. A Pair Draught Horses and Qatfit FOR pair draught horses I and outfit; for sale, a first-class of draught horses, weight 2..600 4 and 5 years old, perfectly sound and in fine condition; I have worked this team steady during' the last year, they had good care, and are fit for any kind'of work; I have for them during the winter, and will sell at a bargain, also Bain wa- gon, used six months, and new set double harness. Apply M. T. Mc- Kay, 1312 1st West, Calg'ary. 29S-3 includes four lots with small house, stable room "for fifty horses, hay-shed and bunk house. Has been in operation one month, and cleared Can be bought on easy terms and is one of the cheapest propositions offering today. Owner .selling only because he is compelled to go south. Price Apply Sfceith Tilley, Whitney Blk. 299-3 LAND FOR SALE SCAVENGING. Anyone desiring scavenging done apply at Police Station. 299-26 Tenders For Boring FOR SALE OR block.of lard, 80 3-10 ft. on McNabb St., and 124 it "on McKay a good business site; will exchange the same for 3 or 4 good horses; what have you to offer? H. Byer, east of the Mc- Kight Bros.' dairy, first house, east of Chamber Bros.' dairy. North Ward. 299-6 Any person who is the sole head ri it family, or any male over 18 years may homestead a quarter-section or available Dominion land in Mani toba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. The ipplicant must appear in person at he Dominion Lands Agency or Sub Agency for the district. Entry DJ iroxy may be made at any agency certain conditions, by father. nother, son, daughter, brother or flU er of intending homesteader. rssidence spoa ;nd cultivation of the land in evjh of three years. A may Lve within nine miles of his hom-j- stead on a farm of at least 80 and occupied by him or by his father, mother, son, daughter, brother or sister. In certain districts a homesteader in good standing may pre-empt a quarter-section alongside MB home- stead. Price 13.00 per acre. Duties. reside six months in each of six years from date of homestead entry (including thp. time required to FOR SALE--J lots, Niven Street North Ward; no reasonable offer re- fused. Apply W. Williams, Crabb St. 299-6 TENDERS are invited for sinking a bore hole near the ciiv of homestead adjoining. bridge; minimum distance 300 feet; work to bo commenced at once. Ad- dress Box WT., Herald Office. TABER Opera House 5ITUW, DEC. 5 j ONE NIGHT ONLY The Comedy Hit of the Season MEDICINE HAT EMPLOYMENT OFFICE F. J. Conroy, Manager Help of all kinds supplied. Write stating wages paid and nature cf employment. No charge to employer. FOR SALE sec tion of land, with house and stable partly fenced and only four and a half miles from station. Can also Prict Apply to Box 3S' ?3.00 per acre. or E. T. McGregor, office Postoffic Block. FOR African veteran scrip, R. V. Gibhons, Ot Block. 233-0 earn homestead aiiu iifty acres eitra- A homesteader who has exhausted his homestead right and cannot ob- tain a pre-emption may take a pur- chased homestead in certain districts. Price per acre. reside six months in of three years, cultivate fifty acres and erect ;i house worth W. W. CORY, Deputy of the Minister of the Interior. publication ol this advertisi-inent will not be paid for. SOCIALIST IN TORONTO Toronto, local Social- ist convention tonipht nominated j HOUSE TO five roomed HOUSES TO RENT TO room cottage. Address Lethbridgfi Box 410. 205-6 TO in North Ward, close in. Apply Box D., Herald of- fice. 235-0 TO five roomed house, ?I5 per month. Apply to 53 Argyle Ave. 287-0 T I Coal, Ice and DRAYING Western Transfer Go. 4' LON0 BSOS.Proprietore OSce Oppagiie BHiraoml RH ONE 63 Limhialin to contest mnyoral- iiy. nishcd cottage. St. Apply 620 53-0 j The Girl t. I from Chili I With an all star cast of 10 comedians Singing During Doivt fail to sec the cele- brated Salome Dance Prices 50c, 75c and Seat Sale at Drng Store ESTABLISHED 1864 I fflcruimnia uaiift ui bdiiaua HEAD OFFICE, MONTREAL Paid-up Reserve and Undivided Accounts of Merchants, Farmers and Ranchers Solicited Drafts Money Orders Letters of Credit Savings Bank Department Lethbridge Branch: Coaldaie Block, Redpath St i We have the teams and to do the business of all kinds promptly I You Trill do veil to pet our prices before placing yonr orders" elsewhere Har Trinsfer Co. K, W. G, Hole, 180 I I ;