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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 8, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LfvTHBRIDQE, ALBI^RTA, TUESDAY, OECSMBer) 8, 1966. MQE Five Barrhill Itnniiill, Allii.. Hl'o. 7.-Tlio Hoan.l i)f 'Piu.stc'i'ft luiH lol the cotit.i'iict for bnlliliiig llio fuiiriilM 1 ifiii for Itio iiuw Hrliool lo I'ctcr SkJoiiHlM'rH'. It in iiiul'Tstood tliiil, lit. Uiii lust iiH.Mjting t)n! lioiiril (i) |(ut Dili noliioH calliiiK: for bids lo hiiild llii- scliool hoiiHC, .lolin lluliiicr iiiul .Mcvnriil others worn visitors n'- llurrlilll I'o.sl Of- Mr. n. \Vi(;k wiiK to l.ulhhriilK'-'with a lonil, of wlu'Mt iiiul hruunlit in ro-turii II, I load of luiiilior, iIiiKoidi KoiiUs, from Illiick Spring ni(lf?f'. wa.s (it llarrliilj lust Kridny. Ho wiiH nroiind to .show tlic pooplo wluMo to lind wntpr. Sold and Guaranteed by McKELVIE m. McGIJIRE. WAY TO CURE THE DRINK EVIL Ni'w York, Dec. 7.-Tho llov. Dr. .Mct'oml), one of Iho oriRinal workers in llwj Bmmnnucl movctnont at tlio I'iliiHcopal Church in Boston and ono lit (lio Icctin-ors who are cxpovuidlng 1 hi- nature of tho mpvomi-nt in a aor-ii'.s of meetings hire, told an audience ul Mondolssohn Hall last night how lus iissociatos in tlio Kniinnnuol rtinir. ill lloston are curing chronic drunk-iiids. lie cited several instances of luroK wrouglit upon confirmnd victims iif alcoholism, Komo of whom had tail "I to find relief in other institutions. 'J'hc speaker (Irsl, treated alcoholism iioin its patholojvica; and ncurologi-ciil sl.uidpoints, .saying that chronic alcohcdiHin was a dllhcult and in some c.iscs an impossihle disease to cure. Ill' ciL'clarcd that alcohol could not bo c'.ni'd liven in moderation by five class iif people-younj? and growing folks pi'isdiis with a predisposition to hor-cMilory disease, persons occupying im |.as.sed a rigid physical examination Kimpl,\' substitiilo a new (anotionui' soy liut has como to make her homo Ram Lai's Tea is Sold only in Lethbridge by THE BENTLEY CO. LTD. Wben you have aythiof to sell or to rent place It In this COlUfflD. if you want anythlnt use this colama. 25c one InBcrtion i Insertioiu for SI SITUATIONS VACANT W.\NTKD-Dining room girl. Apply Oxford Gate. 302-6 WANTKD-Competent general servant to go to L'rank, Altu. Railway fore and liigli wages paid. Apply to Mrs. McNicol, 1110, Bompa.s St., City. 300-6 WANTED-Geneiral servant. Apply Mrs. A. H. McKeown, WtutminBter Eoud. 293 o WANTED--A general servant. Apply to Mrs. C. M. Arnold, 1206 DuBerin SL 299-6 THE THATEN DUO In their great Comedy Skctch-UNDER THE TRUTHFUL TREE 1. TIh! EiicliiiiitiMl Hill, i) vSohool Boys' Joki; 2. The Hftudy iSiTvant 8. Lively Carnival TUudtrfiUHl Sonfi............................Morning. Cy ! Prices I5c and 25c Conlinuous Performance Starting at 7.30 MEDICINE HAT EMPUIYMEIIT OmCE F. J, Conroy, Maunder Help of nil kinds supplied. Writo stating wages paid and nature of employuu'nt. No charge to employer. ! W.VNTED-A delivery man who Ir h.vpnotic state, though sonR'times of the habit so that the soul has a when the patient is only in a llior- chaare to hri^ailie and to assort, itself ouphly soiithod and calm fraine of once mon; o'or tlic patii^ifs lifi;." mind. ; j�r. IMcConib added that the third 'When a patient is in one or the ren)eil,\- .^till r �"S'lPii can abstain from lirpior if try lo inako him reali/,c the great- you will. "S'ou can make your will ness and goodne.ss in life that can lie with her father. A gang of twolvo men are surveying Ijetween thu Big and Little Bow Uivers where thoy will put in an irrigation ditch. Mr.s. S. A. Wyman is again at homo At tlie homo of Rev. Mr. I'eck, Snm ucl .S. Stephens and Jliss Hilda Mary .liisslia, both of Elinor district, were married on Wednesday, Nov. 25. riiey returned to the home of the groom, known as the homo of the Ktophcn Brothers. A free dance and strontrer than the temptation. Vou accomplished through closi; followinjr  K,|ipo,. ^vas given in the evening by -Mr. and Mrs. Stephens, at which know this. Vou know that when 1 of the ways ni lif^liioousness. We am sayinu; this I am Imt erhoing the try to liavo hiiu know that he is oncu protest of jour own soul against niore responsible for tlie whole scheme wlint is hateful to you.' 'of things-that he has a soul." "T soiiieiim"R try to .suggest that; j),-. McC'tuab closed his addro.ss by the sight CM- smell of liquor will in- telling of an adjiuicl of Ihi^ Vauinan-duce nausea. T have known a pntient lud clinic, the Social Service buroaii, after having received thi-S suggestion a socipt\ of iiiea nnd women who try and revived from tho spell of liyjinot- t,) pruvont drunkenness by going into ism to grow sick at the sight of a the homes of those inclined to seek glass of beer and to ha\e his .-^toni- forgutiulness in ilrink and trying ach refuse to take it.*' 'make liome conditions brighter and The speaker stated tliat after he better. It was far easier to prtvent had passed the suggestion to tlie on� ; driinkoniiess lliaa to cine it. he said. in hypnosis he then changed sugges-i .- lion to nillo-siiggeslion. Me liati the! , . . patient repeat after him a formular | jDO^V^VliiC sometliiiifr like this: ".Vever again will 1 loach alcoliol. .Vever will I allow ni.\self lo have the lasto for alcohol." '"I'hus," continued Or. JlcConib, FOR SALI'>-A Whaley & Royce best make slide trombone, now condition. $20, ,$5 down, balance instalhnent.B. Address Box X, Herald Office. 97-0 TYI'EWIUTER-In firf-.l-rate condition, for sale eln^ap. .^pply Box 8, Herald Office 30;)-6 �i Two Per-foriTiances Daily: 7.45 and 3.15 p.ni. i Bowville, Nov. -I.eoii lUirns and fJcorge Green were in Lethbridge oa I Monday and Tuesday to bu.v liorses. Leon lioU|rht two and George one. ' I^-ldora Oliver was out riding a "by inducing this auto-suggestion wo . , , .i .� i ,i- , ^'^ horse and at the same tune leading ..... ~ ' '~ ' ' i another one wlien lhi> one she led pulled iier off. and in hc^r fall she I broke lier arm just above tiio wrist. I Miss Klla l?raiid\ollieHsee ol coal mining rights which are not being operated shall furuisb the district Agent ol Domio-ion Lands with a sworn statement to that effect at least once in each year. The lease will kncluJe the �oal mining rights only, but the lesee may be permitted to purchase whatcvei available surface rights may be coo-Bidered ueceKsary tor the working o) the mine at the rate ot 110 an acre. For lull inlormation application ithuuld be made lo the Becretary ot the Department cit the Interior, Ottawa, or any Agent or Sub-Agent ol UominioD Lands. W. W. CORY. Deputy Minister ol tho Intorioi NU.-Unauthorixed publication o� tins adv�rti��nieut will uot be p�i(* lor I'MNK LEVEL SECTION OF LAND ADJOINING STIRLING-a railroail junction town and wliere Minneapo-li.s. Winniiieg and Edmonton capitalists Imve purcliased 360 a^res and expect to build up a splendid town. Quick sale price $22.50 an acre. Snap Iterc. Address H. L. Graham, Urandview, Iowa, U.S.A. 303-3 BUSINESS FOR SALE FOR SALE-Small restaurant in the city. Would like_to sell at once. Good reason for disposal. For full partic-uliirs, apply A. IL, Herald OlTice. 03-0 AUTO FOR SALE. AUTOMOBIL]': FOR SALE-A sec-o'ld hand !> passenger 20-lior.se power automoliile in t*plendid runidnp order for sale at a bargain. Tliis is a genuine bargain for cash. Less than liaif price. Laing & Vrooman, Ott lUock. 304-G SCAVENGING. Anyone desiring scavenging done apply ut Police Station. 299-26 Tenders Air. ne.^nolds left iMoiulay for his i ain after having been in l^ethbridgo homestead whicli is not far from ' .several days having her arm attended t'outts, Atont. . Ho spent Tuesday in ito as tho result ot an accident. Sho r.ethbriilgo with his folks. | sn.ws she is feeliii(,' a good deal better .Dm Doll left Nfonday for his home j and will lie all right soon, ill AInddock. N. D. j Jrrs. McVinnee is sick. We hope to Air. W. d. Ifumnior went to Leth-|li('ar of lu'r recovery boforo very long, bridge to ineel his daughter on Afoii- ; Air. and Airs. Itiidolph Wcnzle are da,\-. She has been living in Xi'w .Tor I visiting their old home in South Da- SEALED TENDERS for the erection of a school house at Bow Island. Alta., size 31 x 23 ft. inside, 12 ft. ceilitig, will be received at Bow Island Post Office up to 12 o'clock, noon, Dec. 19th, 1908. Specifications and conditions may be seen at the above office. The lowest or any other tender not necessarily accepted. J. W. Hopkins, Chairman. 303-12 FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE-One block of land, 80 3-10 ft. on McNobb St.. and 124 ft. on McKay St.; a good hu.'-inesK site; will exchange the same for 3 or 4 good horsefi; what have you to offer? H. Byer, east of the Mc-Kighl Bros.' dairy, first house east of Chamber Bros.' dairy, North Ward. 299-6 4 LOTS in North Ward, mile from We.slininster School, .fVS. Apply Box 7, Herald Office. 303-6 1 HAVE 15 lots, boimtifuUy situated west of Westminster Road; I will sell en bloc for $1,C00. Apply Box 6, Herald Office. 30.3-6 FOR SALE-4 lots, Niven Street, North Ward; no reasonable offer refused. .^iJply W. Williams, Orabb St. 299-6 VFTKRAN Scrip bought and sold; liighest market prices given. T. E I'atteson, Oliver Block. 303-0 3000 Feet Latest Motion Pictures TLLUSTKATED SoNliS CITIZENS' .....- -  .........-------..... SNAP for 5 Days 3 Lots, $450 each.Giyn Street, Water, Sewer and Electric Light G. c. McDonald ^;rv b,. Our Reputat r Dependable Goods has been established by a continuous struggle to stock only House Furnishings that will make buyers at this store regular customers. It's easy to sell goods that look good for the money-but they don't make good. If you will consider lasting qualities you will find our values all we claim for them. Turpin Furniture Co. ^ The Home Makers kota. Tlic.v expect to be gone a month. .lohn Reynolds has liecn hauling grain for ifr. JfcClain and is now at home. John Clarii (tho ono living across tho ridgo) brolie his leg just above tlio anklo last Monday. He was walk ing on tlio Lethliridge sidewulls.s und slipped on some ice. There was u dance given nt Clark's last evening. Among those from here were Bennie, Olga and Ella Brand-void, Will Fry, Leon Burns and' Kng-\ old Pahler. An oyster .supper was Borvwl. Everyone enjoyed themselves \ory much. Ed. Re.vnolds is with us again. Ho didn't like his land which he toolc near Coutts so he giivo it back to tho govornmcnt again. Mr. S. A. Wyman's shooting motcli was a success. Mr. Moss was in Lethliridge last Monda.v after a load of lumber to tako out on his new homestead. FOR SALE-Soutli African veteran scrip, ciieap. R. V. Gibbons, Ott Block. 288-0 LOST AND FOUND 1-OST-$40.00 between ton and half past eleven Thursday night between Immigration hall and the city mar-liet. Finder kindly leave at Herald oflice und receive reward. 302-0 ROOMS TO RENT TO RENT-Furnished room, suitable for two. Apply to Mrs. R. Adam near Bartlett-Fislier St. 302-0 TO RENT-Two stores. In Oddfellows' Block. Apply to C. V. Bennett, Oliver Block. 299-id ler of intending homesteader. Duties.-Six months' residence upoo <;iia cultivation of the land in e^oh of three years. A homeateader lany live within nine miles of his bom-j-stead on a farm of at leadt 80 acr^ solely owned and occupied by him oi by ilia father, mother, son, daughter, brother or sister. In certaiu districts a homeateader in good standing may preempt a quarter-section alongside hia homestead. Price $3.00 per acre. Duties. -Must reside six months in eaob of six years from date ot homeiteftd entry (including the time required to earn homestead patent) and cultivate lifty acres extra A homisteader who has exhausted hia homestead right and cannot obtain a pre-emption may take a purchased iionicBtead in certain distriota. I.'rice $3.00 per acre. Duties.-Must reside six months in each of three years, cultivate fifty acres and erect a house worth $300.00. W. W. CORY, Deputy of the Minister oi the Interior. .N.B.-Unauthorized publication oi tliis advertisement will not be paid for. BOAf^D AND ROOM WANTED WANTED-By Young lady, board and room. Private house preferred. Apply Box M. M., Herald olTioe. 301-6 WANTED-Famished room with heat and ponvenience wantod by man and wife near station. Address D. F., Box 180 City. 303-6 ^O Established 1864 ^^ \ Merchants Bank af Canada ii HEAD OFFICE, MONTBEAL Paid-up Capital.........................Jflii.ooo.ooo Roservonnd Undividwl Profits.............. *,2()7,400 Accounts of Merchants, Farmers and Ranchers Solicited Drafts Money Ordera Letters of Credit Savings Bank Depurtment Lethbridg; Branch: Coald&le Block, Redp&th St. ^ Coal, Ice and PRAYING I Western Transfer Co. LONG BROS.Proprietors Oilioe opposite Balmoral ^ PHONE ea  4 TO THE PUBLIC We have bought out the  Star Tmiisfer Cu. Drayiiig i outfit, and are prepared to execute all orders for I DRAYING I promptly & satisfactorily. Goal delivered promptly. Cabh on delivery. J. S. Phillips A. L. PattesN Phone 70 Office In Nelson jt Cow's Stor* ;