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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 7, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LiTHBRIDGE, ALStftTA, MONDAY, DECEMBER 7, iM6. PAGE TMHtE Canada's Greatest Success to Hand-Tailored Ganaenls ;r Fit-Reform has won its big success under the most direct xxnnparison with jarmente; the eading merchant tailors. Meni; who wanted the best garments that could be made, tried both, and now wearing Fit-Reform, Suite and Overcoats exclusively. Any man, who wishes the greatest sible value for his money, should make the same comparison. possibl fit Svprise Party At Taker Color, Flavor, Fragrance McKELVIE v "Sole Agents for NEWS FROM ALBERTA'S CJWTAL Edmonton, Dec. civic elec- tion campaign now on cannot be call- ed a very lively one, m so far as the candidates' concerned, but .a most noteworthy feature of the af- fair is the wider interest being taken in civic affairs by the Edmonton. It is possible that it re- quires a few years of residence in. any city to acquire a degree of civic pride and to become adapted to local ques- tions. 'Edmonton has taken on this new phase.- of settled existence to a remarkable degree in the past eight- een months; the transitory popula- The British-Columbia papers evidence it desire to stir their government to a realization of the railway needs of the they claim to be quite as pressing as Alberta's..- of the big game are not yet past for Edmonton "sportsmen-in their home district, but, at this stage of the city's growth, few men can tuko the holidays ofl for hunting AS they formerly .did.' E. Vining of the Land Titles Ofliro killed a handsome buck the other day in the woods ab- out 26 miles west of Edmonton. It weighed 200 pounds when dressed. .wyo.' o.-Oue of the largest and most elaborutc surprise nociuls ever held ill Tabor was witnessed last night ut tho home of Airs. K. A. Schulz. Tho'event was instigated by the ladies of tho Relief Society of the L.D.S. Church in honor of Mr. J. J. Walton us an expression of their appreciation of his untiring en- ergy and valuable instruction render- ed in managing and placing before the footlights recently so successfully the comedy 'The Old Convention.' Tho reception and dining rooms: were elegantly decorated for the oc- casion with crysanthemumti, clinging ivy, dew plant aud geraniums. One of tho pleasantest features of the ev- ening was Hie presentation to Mr. Walton by the guests in a well chosen speech by Bishop JR. .A. Van Orman, of a handsome neck tie and a beau- tiful solid gold 'maple leaf cravat pin. A neat from the recipient followed'." Delightful vocal and instru mental music interspersed with deli- cious refreshments and follow- ed and were continued until 12.30 a. m. Those present were: .Mi', and Mrs. R. A. Van Orman, 3tr. and Mrs. Sum uel Francis, Mr, and Mr.-i. G. W. Qui- bcll, Mr. and Mrs. .S. J. Layton, Mr. and llansen, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Haycock, Hr. and Mrs. H. Wea- ver, Mr. ami Mrs. .-H. C. Cook, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Walton, Mr. and Mrs. A. Nilsson, Mr. and Mrs. J. P.. John- son, Mr. and Mrs. John Haynes, Mr. and Mrs. G. II. Evans, Mr. and Mrs. j J. Easthppe, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. j T. Mr, and Mrs. Max Schulz, j Mr T. Fraser, Mr. and Mrs A. Haynes) Mr. and Mrs. Jos, D. Miller, Mrs. S. M. Lyons, Mrs. A. Litzenger, Mrs. K. A. Mrs. J. Thorley, Mr. D. C. Kiinball, Mr. A. Russell. The temperature today is four de- grees above freezing. No wind is pro valent. A delightful fall of snow is now in. progress, being hailed with are the strong points of UJAflJUniW AiSOUJTQY PURf S WIT GARKMS M INDIA you luvt to or to real place it coUuaa. if you wait aoytaiof use 25c oie ijuertiei for SI SITUATIONS VACANT RAM LAL'S PURE TEA It's RICH, CLEAR COLOK, fresh FRAGRANCE and DELICIOUS FLAVOR have made it hosts of friends. Aro IT IS PURE! Ram Lai's Tea is Sold onJy in Lethbridge by THE iENTLEY CO. LTD room girl. Oxford Cafe. Apply 302-6 general serv- ant to go to Frank, Aha, Railway fare and high wages paid. Apply to Mrs. McNicol', mo, Bompus St., City. 300-6 servant. Apply Mrs, A. H. MoKeown, Westminster 4ioad. 293 0 SYNOPSII OF COAL MINING REG ULAY IONS general servant. Apply to Mrs. C. M. Arnold, 1206 Dufferin St- 299-0 Boils and Pimples Art ci'ined I'jtlirely blcnxl being in ii.'ipuro condition, and the quickest and way to get rid.of them is to take i J' ijultleg of Bur'locik Blood Bitters. This purely vegetable remedy lias cured of :caaen of.'these painful and ui jhtly ye. ITS. _ MEDICINE HAT EMPLOYMENT OfFICE F. J. Conroy, Manager Help of all kinds supplied. Write stating wages paid and nature of employment No charge to employer. for general house- work. Apply Mrs. W. L. Nelson, 50 Argyle Avc. 3Q1-3 SITUATIONS WANTED j SITUATION WANTED, as black- jjjiuith, 16 years experience in rail- jroad work. Wm. Moffat, Lethbridge P. 0., Alta. MrS.J. Weir .River- view, Ont., "Last summer I had nineteen boita on my back. 1 was > cn-cr two I tuolt every- 1 cnnld.think pf'hnt to no effert. I ijoltle of Btmiook .Blood Hitters and Iliad bottlo the boils ib'rest of it, boil since." ARTICLES FOR SALE I Position by young widow [as housekeeper in refined home, town or country. Widower or bache- lor preferred. Eelereucea exchanged. Apply M. A. Box 568, Leth bridge. 97-5 FOR Whaley Royce best muke slide 'trombone, new condition. down., balance installments. Address Box X, Herald Office. 97-0 J" PIMPLES. tion incidental ;_to' new cities and booms hns disappeared'as the surplus real estate havu, and now with f a population of ab'out Edmon; ton has begun, to realize herself, and her citizens arc properly aware of their citizenship. From figures recently given out con- cerning-the provincial" university it -Perhaps the' success the-civic seems that less than have expended, during the current year the establishment main- delight by all. The song of the Huve not-had sleigh bells is-hoard for the first time this season. Kobert'sJbey, late of Cardston, is t now a resident of Taher, his family having arrived on Wednesday last. He has secured a valuable homestead near Tabcr, in Tp. 10, R. and! l Kut thsy were, not uf much use. expects, to place it ail under cultiva-j Ki-i.-illy used four; bottles of Burdock tion. As Mr. Jbey is thoroughly ac- j UtLiers and aiiviiow entirely cured." quainted with- the dairy, he i anticipated.-, -launching out in that Airs. W. J. Gran- St. Hilary's, Ont., "I was troubled with pimples o for a couple tried good patent For pale by all dealers. tencnco of tho which is at.j coinmcudtiblc -as soon as pos .TheT. Co., Limited, Toronto, Oat the same timo being placed on the broadest basis and with every indicn- tion of excellent work. This paid for-.the university ,by the govern works thisVyear IriT providuig' ment is-derived from' the percentage ing, telephone and traniway Of prpceefls allowed "by the LegSsla- systems has sbmethmg to do this new growth of civic prade." with Papers in and out of the province continue to comment favorably upon' the railway policy of the" governinent as announced" lately by Premier Ruth- erford They regard it as a new evi- dence of Alberta energy and progress.' "Close-fit" FIT9 CLOSE. .TIE SLIPS FA.81LY, STATS LOCKED. MADS IN TWO IKCHONLY. 2 TOOKE BROS. LIMITED, MONTREAL MAKERS OF SHIRTS, COLLARS. TIES. VEST3 IMPORTERS OF MEN'S FURNISHINGS. 3 ture for this purpose from the tax on corporations and lying, out- side organized school districts. In this way tho .province as a whole (iocs not "have to meet the expenses of higher' It; is" acquired from people who are able to than the Farmer "or the average townsman: The new addition the General Hospital has just opened, :and this Hospital is .now the .largest.and jest equipped between 'Winnipeg .and the mountains. -Thn addition 90. ect long built of solid brick and four stor6ys in height. The equipment .for the -glass-roofer ODCTT ating room'ou the. top storey is splun A j training school for nurses will shortly be opened sible. The gentleman is heavily in- terested- in the famous Wilcox mine.. He .and1, .his family nrc cordially wel- comed-by'all Taberites. grain, had Ijcen threshed, and there was still much, remaining. I FOR furniture and j furnishings' of 7-roomed ;ill niodi-rii C'oitafrf. Fiivnituro netirly new; mostly or design of bast jrradti and i.s in excellent eoiuiition. Hou'si: in desirable locality, now un- der U' may hi. rf-nttnl. Apply P.ox 100, Herald Office. 303-3 HOUSE FOR RENT TO nine roomed house on Wiillworth Xnrth. Ward. Apply John T. rost- oflico. 302-G LAND FOR SALE COM! uimmg ot the DommiOB ID Manitoba, AlberU. the Yukon Territory, Lhe North-Went Territories and Britiab ColunrDia, uiay ue .-cagdd for a term of twenty-oue at ao auuuul rental of an Not oiore thac acres will be loaned to oue applicant, Application for a lease in us; be made to the Agent or Sub-Agent, of the district in which the rights ap plied for are situated. iu ourveyed territory lue UD' must bfi deecribed by sections, or le gal bubdivifcionb of tectious, and iu uueurveyed territory the tract apple tni tor shall be staked out. Each application must be accotn paiiied by a fee of J5, which will if the rights applied for are not available but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid the mer- chantable output of tne mine at tht raty of five ceuta per ton. Every I'-neee of coal mining which ate not being operated shall furuirib district Agent of Domin- ion with a sworn statement tu tliat effect at least once in each year. The lease will include the coal mining rights only, but the leuee may be permitted to purchase sfhatevei available surface rights may be con- sidered necessary for tbe working ol the mine at the rate of an acre. For full information application obould be made co the Secretary ot the Department of the Interior, Ot- tawa, or any Agent or Bub-Agent ol Lands. FINE LEVEL SECTION OF LAND ADJOINING STIRLING-a railroad vction town where Minneapo- lis, aiul Edmonton capital- ists have purchased 3GO acres and i-xjiect build up a splendid town. Quick sale price an acre. Snap hero. Address H. L. Graham, Iowa, U.S.A." 303-3 Hon. Frank Oliver returned this wesk to Ottawa. Last week he was tendped-a monster smoker by the Li- berals of the'.city. From the result of. the election, in which "Mr. Ol.ver was .returned with a larger majority than any other Cabinet Minister, and from the numerous evidences at the] Smoker and elsewhere, it is apparent i that "Honest Frank" has as great a! oold upon the esteem of the ncw-com- ers-as-he has' on the afTection and es- teem of the old-timers. Delivered Jbiywkere in CO.D. Coal -All kmds of Drayiag -'md Co 11 trant W ork esecn ted .with despatch Hay Transfer Co. RING UP 180 -SCAVENGING. Anyone desiring scavenging done apply at Police Station. 299-26 COMPETITION FOR BANFF (Montreal Herald.) Sir Wilfrid is back, restored in health, after a ft-w days "spent in New York. a. boom for Now York as a health resort. W. W. CORY. Di-puty Minister of the Intferioi .N.B. publication Oi advertiseineut will not be pair3 FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE-One block of land, 80 3-10 ft. on McNabb St.. and 124 ft, on McKay St.; a good business site; will exchange the same for 3 or horsM; what have you to offer? H. Byer, eaiit of'.the Mc- Bros.' dairy, first house east of Chamber dairy, North Ward. 2S9-G FOR lots, Niven Street, North Ward; no reasonable offer re- Apply Williams, Crabb St. SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH WEST LAND REGULATIONS 2S9-6 REAL ESTATE T. E. PATTERSON, Office, Oliver Block.'Phone 237. i 'The genial secretary of the Edmon- Mr. W.TI. Kctchnm announces that the ice is now ready andjalready the cry ot Hoot Mon, with the Hospital, which is conduct- fand "In turn" can ixs heard at the ed by the Grey Nuns, In] rjnk- A .splendid season's curling is nursing work throughout the whole 5n prospect and .as fine a bunch of west. A resident of the Peace River dis- trict, named Leon Eauclaire, passed through Edmonton recently en route for his old home in France; He has lived in the north for 16 years, com- ing out in with sonic Mission- aries. He began farming. at Fort Vermillion, 700 miles north of ton. three "years after his arrival, and now has thriving.dairy of Ayrshire cattle. Before he left Pence Ri- ver from to bushels of curlers are now "cnrolitd as Edmonton tins zis yet produced. A WOMAN'S EXPERIENCE Dec. Tho.s. Wagnpr-had'a terrible experionce a few days ago she lost her way while returning Iront the bush where her husband was cutting timber. She wandered around for three clays and nights and was. found by search "par- ty that wa organised after JUT dis- apearance became known. 2 .LOTS Wood ON close in; 2 LOTS McKILLOP Ellison Mill, ADDN... NEAR 3 LOTS ON WESTMINSTER CLOSE to school, 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, 1903, -when they will be called for or mailed to the chief of police. W. HENDERSON, 295-10 Mayor. FOR African veteran scrip, cheap. R. V. Gibbons, Ott 233-0 Block. LOST AND FOUND between tea and half part eleven Thursday night between Immigration .hall-and the city mar- ket. Finder kindly leave at Herald office and receive reward. 302-C SPOKANE MEN BUY LAND Calgary, Dec. D. Terrel, and Spokane, have pur- chased large tracts of well improved farming and "stock lands located in Alberta, the price bein? The tract i.s improved and stoct ranch with a large part cultivuteci. It is located in Southern Alberta, Liindbreck. Tw rer- foriaaces Dailv: THEATRE CASEY BROTHERS Symphony Trio Mandolins, Guitars. Banjos, etc. A MnsiRvl Treat CAMPBELL, CULLY CO. Tfce Three Twins Fun in a Photograph Gallery Oh, my, what a Laugh SNAP FOR 5 Days ILLUSTRATED SOKGS 3000 Feet Latest Motion Pictures 1 ACRE LOT CORNER OF.McBETH Baili'v St., from school, ;.f ACRE OPPOSITE THE LAST 6 ROOMED HOUSE OX TORRANCE Ave.. Cash ami per month until paid Cor. 515 per month. CLASH WITH STUDENTS Kingston, Ont., Dec. police and ?iudenu> hod street clash tonight. The students were having tht-ir annual rush and tried to force their way into the Grand is an up-to-j Opera House. The police interferred nnd tho students were driven out. Later a fk'ht occirnvd on the ?troei six milc-s from the students throwing mud and eggs the police u.sinp their clubs. December 3rd, one team bay horses, one branded J.D., caught fast in wire fence six miles west of city. Had buggy attached. Owner can have same by paying ex- pensps and calling ranch) 22-6-22. at A. Albell's 301-6 ID the [lectors of the City of Letiibridge Nov. 20, 1903. Ladios and Gontkmr-n: I have decided to come forward as an Independent candidate for one of the vacant seats on the City Coun- c'l. I ran in favor of helping Hen- derson finish ins work and help to make this city one of the brightest best hi Alberta. I am in favor of a progressive policy with economy. I ftm strong against the last act of ihe City Council in increasing Soc.- Troasurer Robinson's salary per and if elected I will move that the order be rescinded forthwith and let Robinson if he is not sat- isfied, as there are plenty of good men in the city who would perform rhe duties equally as well as Robin- son. He fore I will vote for any in- crease, I shall have to be shown that tho person or persons are giving the city value for the money paid ROOMS TO RENT TO room, suitubit- for two. Apply to Mrs. R. Adam, near BarUett-Fisher St. 302-6 TO large modern rooms, furnished. Apply to Glyn St. 2nd house south of Courtland St. 297-6 TO stores, in Oddfel- lows' Block. Apply to C. V. Bennett, Oliver Block. 299-6 BOARD AND ROOM WANTED Young lady, board and room. Private house preferred. Ap- ply Box M. M., office. 301-6 Any person who is tne sole head 1 i( {amity, or any male over 18 years Ui. may homestead a quarter-section o< available Dominion land in Mani U'ba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. 'i'ht applicant must appear in person at tiie Dominion Lands Agency or Sub Agency for the district. Entry proxy may be made at any agency 0.1 certain conditions, by father mother, son, daughter, brother or tiia HT of intending homesteader. months' residence upon cultivation oi the land in eich of thrje years. A" homesteader may live- within nine miles of his stead on-a farm of at least 80 owned and occupied by him or by his father, mother, son, daughter, brother or sister. In certain, districts a homesteader good standing may pre-empt quarter-section alongside his horne- Price per acre, Duties. reside six months in each of six years from date oi homestead entry (including the time required to homestead patent) and cultivate lifty acres extra A has exhausted tii.s homestead right and cannot ob- a pre-emption may take a'pur- chased homestead in certain districts. Price per acre. six months in eoch oi three yciiin, cultivate fifty acres and erect ;i Louse, worth 5300.00. W. W. CORY, Deputy of the Minister of the Interior. publication oi this advertisement will not be paid for. room with and convenience wanted by man Address D. F.. Box- ISO City. 303-6 BUSINESS FOR SALE FOR restaurant in tlio city. Hke to sell at onco. Good reason for disposal. Vnr full partic- Works and Property Department j A- B- Offico- mvu my close attention and my policy will be a square; SCRIP FOR SALE to all ratepayers. Thanking you I SCR can 'supply scrip for Coal, Ice and DRAYING Western Transfer Co. LONG BROS.Proprietore Ofl5ce opposite Balmoral PH ONE 63 THE THATEN DUO In their great Comedy Sketch-UNDER THE TRUTHFUL TREE 2. The Handy 'n anticipation oi your support, J immediate location. Lots of 160 acres} remain, v or more at low price. Canada Loan Your obeuier.t sorrsiil, Realty Company. Limited, Mcln-j DAVID KING.! tyre Block, Winnipeg. 297-6; 1. The Enchanted Hat O O -1___i ocn Illustrated Song............................Morning. Cy e and 25c Centimeis Starting at 7.30 3 each, Glyn Street, Water, Sewer and Electric Light G. c. MCDONALD Room 6 BUe. f lit A tit Mppphantc nf HanaHa ifiui MiiuiiiMi liliiiii Ui OUiiuUu HEAD OFFICK. MONTREAL Paid -np Capital..................... Koson-e and Undivided Profits.............. Accounts of Merchants, farmers and Ranchers Solicited grafts Money Orders of Credit Savings Department Lethbridge Branch: Block, Rcdpaih St. TO THE PUBLIC We Lave bought ont the Star Transfer Co. Dravincr outfit, and are prepared to execute all orders for I ill DRAYING t promptly satisfactorily. Coal delivered promptly. on delivery. J. S. Piiillips A. L Pattest Phone 70 OSSce in Nelson Cow's Store J ;