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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 5, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LITHtftlDOt, ALUKTA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5, I Ml. PAOt FIVE and Pimples Art entirely by tlw. blood beiug w an and the quickest tad to cot rid of tUuiri to a bur botttai of Burdock Blood Tain partly vegetable reafedy ty UwMuandc of ]kiaftu yuaigblly troubkw during thirty VJiAFft.......: FIGHTS SNAKE FOR SAKE OF SQENCE Curator Di Up art and Aidas from Deadly Buthmatttr Mr, S. J.'Wwr, Pvivar- 4- 4- view, 1OIIJ. "Last summer 1 bad A .JiiaeUawr .011 my aod lack. I off work for over two I took every- thing I coultl think of, but to jjo I of Jiimlock JJlooJ Hi tiers UK! before I had uwxl half tha bottle the boiu were gone. I took jreat of it, uul I not hid a boilnnce." 114 w J Cran- t-doii, Sfc. Out.; 'writes: was y v> 44 iiiT on my fot-a coupfe of yeftrs and trkxl a good deal of rmitmt nicaiciiie, but they were not of much uce. Kiiutlly I uitd four bottles of- Burdock Blood Bitters and a in uow entirely cured." For oale by all.daslcra, TheT. Co., Limited, Toronto, Ont York; NovV a des- light with one of iha deadliest of all suakei, "Che tiushinaster, in the Vcjvtilo houis.Vof the Zooiogfcal the Bronx, Curator Rayjr.ood L. Dit> uiars and! his assistant, Charlca'Suy- der, extracted; the .venom from its faugs. A Leaipoonful was obtained. So priceless is tMs poison ,thut the chemist for whom .it was obtained i has placed it in ;a safe deposit vault; The poison will be used for scienti- The buahmaster is a reptile that vary few sriaka experts core to ban- dlo jand one. in cap.Uvity is very rare The officials of the Zoological Park been-trying to obtain cue for LA3T HALF AT THE LYCEUM The last half of the week at the Ly- ceum, is drawing good crowd.si as ;lid the. first half. The change of pro- gram is complete, v -.Miss Ncrrine Mills has an entire change of in which she is making a greater hit than she did tin the early half of the week. Her "mirror'J 'profl-ietjs much amusement. The La Varre-fileight of hand en-" tertainers, who are very good in .this line of amusement, liave some very mystifying acts. The billiard ball trick is a good one, like the cle- ver conjuring of the cards. The "lady in the producing from "an apparently empty tin the roll of and, rolling this up and by turning, --and- twisting it (right in plain turned it into a real live rabbit, gave an exhibition of ,real'Oriental con- juring. They are -well worth Mr. Wallace the popular illustrated song parformer a good big share of the applause: Mr. Wallace has a peculiarly pleasing voice, which, while never loud, :has the'property of carrying and is as distinctly, heard in the rear of the hall as near the front. He is proving to be a very good part of the evening entertain- ment at Mr, Brown's theatre. The moving pictures are above the ordinary and the film showing the escape from the prison, and the en- suing story is particularly pleasing. years, but up toHho-thne of the ar- rival- this unusually fine spccimea island of search been in-vairi. It required months of'search iu. th home of this much-feared reptile be foro success was met. The bushmas cer is about eight feet long and is jiealthyjighting specimen. Part of tho agreement made 1: Prof. E. W. liuir.yon, the' chemist whc gave the snake to was tha he was to: have the first extraction o venom.; Opening tlie cage, Mr. Ditmar grabbed the reptile baclc tiio head Try OK of Scott's M EAT Delivered Saturday Orders taken Thursday Headquaiters for the best Bread, Cakes, Pies and Pastry ROBt.SGOTT, Prop. and other hold the snake's tail and carried tho rep tile to DLtmar's private oflicc. Th fought lashing- tail savagely. In the curator's ofGce a tumbler ha fjocn covered with a piece'.of cheese! head of the reptile was placed directly over Ditmars and Snydcr held the back of his'.head the snake was made to sink its fangs into this cloth.. This -was repeated several tho. poi- Glaresholm Claresholin, Dec. furthc prosecutions for perjury laid by th teiniKjrance people against E. Wick ham, Dr. Tupper, Win. Murray Thomas Duncan were heard on Tues day and the whole of the accused were remanded for trial. The trials come up on Thursday, 10th inst., at Alacleod. Bail was found for the ac- cused. The annual citizens meeting prior Flavor, Fragrance are the strong of NeraU Market Wbti tt rtat place tUa you have If 25c Mf iauriiM 4 far SI SITUATIONS VACANT RAM LAL'S PURE TEA RICH; CLEAR COLOR, fresh FRAGRANCE DELICIOUS'FLAVOR have made it hosts of friends. YOtJpneyet? and Are IT IS PURE! Rim is Sold only in by THE BENTLEY CO. LTD. to the nomination of candidates for sonrthus obtained was collected ProfJ Hunyon.> by NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tho ROYAL COLLIERIES, LIMITED will Jiiake applicationV to the Legis- lative Assembly of the Province of Alberta at the next regular session thereof for an act autbiorizing them to construct and operate a railway of standard guage from a'point on the Crew's Nest Branch of tlie Canadian Pacific Railway 2123 feet West of Lethbridge Junction "to a. point on the South West. Quarter, of Section 32'in MEDICINE HAT EMPUVNEIT OFFICE P. J.'Conroy, Manager Help of all kiuds supplied. Write stating wages paid and nature of employment. No charge general servant with some knowledge of cooking. Apply to Mrs. Redmond, Cutbill St., 3rd 297-6 door south of Redpath. WANTED -Competent general serv- ant to go to Frank, Alta. Hailway fare and high wages paid. Apply to Mrs. McNicol, 1110, Bompas St., City. 300-6 servant. Apply ifrs. A. H. McKeown, Wtstminster Road. 293 0 general servant. Apply to airs. C. M. Arnold, 1206 Dufferin St. for general house- work. Apply Mrs. W. L. Nelson, 50 Argyle Ave. 301-3 SITUATIONS WANTED THE RIGHT OF WOMEN (Montreal Herald.) Shrieking .Suffragettes, chained to the, iron grill in the House of Com- mons gallery, may draw attention to heir claims and their rights. I pre- A splendid bill for next Monday, Tuesday and 1Vt en- titled "Under the Triithful at the Eureka. EASTERN CANADIAN SIGNS EXCUR, Extra Tourist Car Service In connectjon with the Eastern Canadian Excursions, the Pacific Railway will optr ate from Kootenay .landing to Toronto direct, to be attached to train No 214 leaving Kootenay Ldg. on Dec. 1st, 8th, 15th and 20th. For reserva- tions in these cars apply to your nearest agent. 2W-I3 'er to think of those.-rights in the words of an English poet: the offices of ifayor pjnd Council- lors was helcl_in the Oddfellows' .Hall on Tuesday when theftj was a large attendance. Several of the council- lors made remarks on the work of the J council for the past year. The chief points which were brought up were the water supply and the electric light.- There is no doubt 'that the latter will be installed very shortly, and debentures will be issued to cov- cost. .As to tha water it was the feeling- of several speakers that no further outlay should be made on the wells until -there was assurance of-a. suitable supply. W. A. Corn- wall spoke as to the necessity for good business men on the Council and E. Frost in- the same strain pleaded for united action on the part Township 9, Range 4th M. and to acquire by lease or otherwise the spur line now under eonstractioii betweeii.the. points together witk all pp'wers incidental '-Uo the construction, operation and ac- quisition of the said line of Railway as necessary. DATED at 30th day of November, A. 1906. ROYAL GOLLIERIESj LIMITED. B. WILKIE, I Secretary. of all irrespective of prejudices, -tem- otherwise. The hieeting on The Rights of Women, what are tho not very-satisfactory. The .Right to pray; The Right" lo weep with those that weep, The Right to wake, when others Meep. The-Right- the reclaim, And win the lost from.paths slaame: The Right to comfort bless The widow and the, fatherless The Right to'flive-for those we love; The Right to die tnat love to prove. The Right- to brigltten earthly homes, With pleasant smiles and tones. Are these thy Rights-? Then murmur not That Woman's mission is thy lot; the talents God has given; Life's- duties rest in Heaven. [it being expected .that there would be much more criticism. There are like- ly to be some interesting times at the election as ithere will be contests both for the mayoralty and the of- fices of council I ors. It is sincerely to be hoped that more men of broad mind and wide business experience i-eturned. There has been far too much of a family council in the deliberations. of our council and "con- sequently matters have .got into a In the the' Estate of Flor Commonl> Known as "Leona Mar ried Woman, Lite'ofahe City ol Lethbridge in the Province of AI berta. NOTICE-IS HEREBY GIVEN tha pursuant to the order of ;His .Hono Judge Winter, dated at Lathbridge on the 20th day :of Noveibber'Aj D., 1908 the creditors-and-otf.ier persons- hav ing .claims against the estate of th above named Florence La-Bertew commonly know as Stanley, deceased, are, on or before the ,31s day of December A. 1906, require foraaicts Baih: 7.15 aid 115 ML THEATRE The Great LA VARRE GO. In their Palace of Mysteries NORINNE MILLS The Girl With the Mirror A Select Hotel Female Policeman Humanity Through Ages Shacfow of the Land ILLUSTRATES SONGS Pride of the Prairie, Mary 1 I'll Teach You How Symphony CAMPBELL COLLIE Dutchman hum-drum state. If men rctarnecl by this time next year Claresholin will have recovered the (Around- It' has lost and a good elec- tric system and water supply with other advantages will be to the town's credit. If on the other hand our council consists entirely of ex- treme temperance people they are liai ble to have their brains so occupied with this question that there will be no room for anything else. Charles Clark slipped on the side- Trnlk_ on Tuesday aud broke his leg. The cold weather has brought many farmers into rowu. One. or two cases of measles are A matter was brought out at the town meeting on Tuesday which somewhat surprising. This was that for the past year no reports of the deings of tho council have appearec. in the local paper. This is a. thing that must be changed at once, even if "the town clerk write the repor himself. The most important news) a town like ours is the municipal news, else how-are'the ratepayers, to be kept posted. A. B. JCcDonald was in town today Ho is still feeling the effects of his recent accident and had to have his leg lanced tho' other day. ROOMS TO RENT 0 room, suitable or two. Apply to Mrs. E. Adam, ear Bartlett-Fisher St. 302-6 0 large modern urnished. Apply to Glyu St. 2nd ouse south of Courtland. St. 297-6 POSITION young man wants situation as electrician or ma- chinist. Used to lathe, drill press or shaper, or would accept position as handy man. Apply Box 430, Leth- bridge, City. 301-2 SITUATION WANTED, as black- -smith, 16 years experience in rail- road work. Wm. Moffat, Lethbridge P. 0., Alta. 300-6 by young widow as housekeeper in refined home, town or country. Widower or bache- or preferred. Eeierences exchanged. Vpply M. A. Box 568, Lethbridge. 97-5 LAND FOR SALE '0. stores, in Oddfel- ows' Block. Apply to C. V. Bennett, Oliver Block. 299-6 ARTICLES FOR SALE FOR SALE steamer rug, leather trunk, 3 sided- shaving all .iu good condition. Apply Box .46, Herald. 02-1 FOB Whaley Royce best make slide trombone, new condition. down, balance installments. Address Box X, "Herald Office.' 97-0 Coal mining rifbto of in Manitoba, Baakatchewao, the Yukon Territory Uie Norifa-Weat Territories and Britiah Coltunua, may be icaidd for a term ot at an annual rental ol ao acre. Not more than will be leased to one applicant. (or a moat be made to the Afent or Bub-ifeot ol the district in which the ap- plied for are situated. In Kurveyed territory the Ian-' rnuat be described by or U gal tubdivuioiu of aod la unaurveyfd territory the tract appli ed for shall be staked out. Each application must be accom- panied by a fee oi 16, which will refunded if the rights applied ior arc opt available but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the mer- chantable output of the aiine at rate of five cents per ton. Every lessee of coal mining which are not being operated thai) furnish the district Agent of Domin- ion Lands with a sworn statement to that effect at least in each year. The lease will tocluJe the coal mining rights only, but the leaee may be permitted to purchase whatever available surface may be con- sidered necessary for the working ol the mine at the rate of an acre. For full information application- bhould be made to the Secretary oi the Department of the Interior, Ot- tawa, or any Agent or Sub-Agent ol Dominion Lands, W. W. GOBI. Deputy Minister ot the Interior publication oi this advertisement will not be pair1 tor. FOR SALE OR block of land, 80 3-10 ft. on McNabb St., and 124 ft. on McKay St.; a good business will exchange the same s or 4 good horses; what have you to offer? H. Byer, east of the Mc- Kight-Bros.1 dairy, first house east of Chamber Bros.' dairy, North Ward. 299-6 WEST LAND REGULATIONS FOR lots, Niven North Ward; no reasonable offer re- fused. Apply W. Williams, Crabb St. 299-6 BUSINESS FOR SALE FOR restaurant in the city.- "Would like, to sell at once. Good reason for disposal. Foe full particu- lars, apply A. B., Herald Office.-00-2 SCAVENGING. Anyone desiring scavenging done apply at Police Station. 299-26 to send in their names and es. with particulars of their .claims together with a statement of the eurities (if any) held by fynig the same by statutory declare tion, to the undersigned solicitors fo the Executor. AND TAKE NOTICE that after ti said 31st day of December A. D., 190 the Executor, will be at liberty1 to administer the assets of the said deceased or any part thereof among the parties entitled thereto having regard cr.ly to the claims of which he shall then have had notice, arid will not be liable for any portion, of the said assets so distributed to any person or persons whose claims the said Executor shall not then have had notice. DATED at Lethbridge, this 20th day of November, A. D. 1903. CONYBEARE JONES, Solicitors for the. Executor. Notice FOR African veteran scrip, cheap. R. V. Gibbons, Ott Block. 288-0 HOUSES TO RENT TO five roomed house, per month. Apply to 53 Argyle Ave. 287-0 HOUSE TO five roomed fur- nished cottage. Apply 620 Burdett St. LOST AND FOUND 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 wilKbe left with each and must be filled in on the morning of the 9th December, 1903, when they will be called for or mailed to the chief of police. (Sgd.) W. HENDERSON, 295-10 Mayor. between ten and half past eleven Thursday night between Immigration hall and the city mar- ket. Finder kindly leave at Herald office and receive reward. 302-6 black and tan cocker Daniel wearing collar and Leth- ridge tag'No. -132. Reward for re- urn to Dr. P. W. Tuller. 300-4 The stage effect in the bill at the Eureka next will extremely grand. Claresholin Review: An artesian well was struck on morn- ing by L. StKnkcl's well drilling outfit on the fanri ol" Miller tc. Sons, 3 miles south-cast of the Star .Line school. The water rises to a consid- erable distance above ground and is said thnt the flow is so that the owners arc having difficulty in finding a place to nm the water. To keep taffeta silk from cracking soften by ironing with a hot iron before making up. MOVING PICTURES ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE Notice On Thursday, Nov. 26, the under- signed transferred their draying busi- ness known as the City Cartage Co. to Mr. George Bawden. Parties owing the company any accounts up to that date arc requested to settle at once with' the undersigned, who will pay all accounts against the company up to the same date. W. H. WALLER, 297-6 G. H. VAN HORNE Accounts must be PAID before the 15th of each month THE THATEN DUO IN THEIR DUTCH COMEDr "HEINE AND ItATHRIN" 1. Down With Men 2. Fido's Funeral 3. The pallaw 4, Precipitated Removal Illustrated 'Song.....Won't You Come Over to Philly Willie Prices I5c and 25e teams Ferftreaict SUrtaf at 730 A. L. Roy Mtrchut PW 50 P.O. ta 8 Irish retriever pup, brown viili bob-tail, from W. Paris' stable 'forth Ward. Reward for return to Paris. 301-2 December 3rd, one earn bay horses, one branded J.D. aught fast in wire fence six miles west of city. Had buggy attached Owner can have same by paying ex oenses and calling at A. Albell's ranch, 22-6-22. 301-6 Any person who is the aole head t a or any male over 18 years may homestead a quarter-section o1 available Dominion land in Mani- ti ba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. The applicant must appear in person At the Dominion Lands Agency or Sub A 2 ency lor the district. Entry ttj may be mside at any agency certain conditions, by father mother, son, daughter, brother or aw tor of intending homesteader. months' residence upon cultivation of the land in each of three A homesteader may live within nine miles of hia tead on a fann of at leaat ttO acrus olely owned and occupied by him or >y. his father, mother, son, daughter, )rcther or sister. In certain districts a homeateadei n good standing may pre-empt a quarter-section alongside his home- stead. Price 13.00 per acre. Duties. reside six months in each of six years from date of entry (including the time required to errn homestead patent) and cultrrata fifty acres extra A homesteader who has exhausted iu.s homestead right and cannot ob- tain a pre-emption may take a pur- chased homestead in certain districts. Pi ice per acre. reside six months in of three years, cultivate fifty acres and erect a house worth W. W. CORY, -.Deputy of the Minister of the .Interior. publication oi this advertisement will not be paid for. WANTS TO BUY WANTED TO genera purpose team, about .or Also wagon and harness. Mus 36 in good condition. Apply Box 12 Herald Office. 301- BOARD AND ROOM WANTED Young lady, board an room. Private house preft-rred. Ap ply Box M. M., Herald office. 301-b SCRIP FOR SALE can supply scrip for immediate location. Lots ol 160 acres or more low price. Canada Loan Realty Company, Limited, Mcln- tyre Biock, Winnipeg. 297-6 ESTABLISHED 1364 I SNAP FOK 5 Days 3 Lots, each, Glyn Street, Water, Sewer and Electric Light G. c. MCDONALD Room Wk. Mppphnntc Rant nf Panada iiiiiiiiiii liiiiill ill iiUllUMU HEAD OFFICE, MONTREAL Paid-up Keserve and Undivided Profits.............. Accounts .of Merchants, Farmers and Ranchm Solicited Drafts Money Orders Letters of Credit Savings Bank Department UtHbridgc Branch: CotUUle Block, RedpatH St. t Coal, Ice and DRAYl NG j Western Transfer Co. LONGBROS.Prcprietors Office opposite Balmoral n PHON 4> H We have the teams and Tve're here to do the business of all kinds promptly attended to You will do well to get oar prices before placing yonr orders elsewhere Hayr Transfer Co. H. W. G. Hole, Prajw. PHONE 180 ;