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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 11, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta IKTMBRiDOf, ALttffTA, FRIDAY, II, Always Leaders Hind tailored garments, ready to try on, yet so con- structed that alterations can be made quickly anH accurately, were originated witiir it-Rdfoon. _ i naming taiiors to become perfect in making an individual part of a garment, introduced into Canada by Fit-Reform. Styles which easily supplant the efforts Q[ the best custom tailors by Fit-Reform. The protection to purchasers of guaranteeing satisfaction or money back, was original with Fit- Reform. Dec. number of minor .transactions in real estate have tak- en' place during ,tho past week, 'Am- ottg the largest that gave been report j 1 were those iUspowd of to ilr. Cor- aell, u. banker in Hussell, D., com- jjection 38, iu Tp. 8, U. 17. one awl a half sections to Mr. Butter of CortlfJale in Tp. 8, R. Color, Flavor, Fragrance are the strong poiuti of McKELVIE McGUIRE iiis for Lethbrkke. oe LYCEUM WEEK. .There is not a single number on the program of tlu- Polmatier Sisters' Orchestra and -Concert Company, that is not of extraordinary merit. The musical chosen with good taste, and1-played _real artists, and the appearance .'of the handsome Sisters is in., itself. a re- freshing treat. But a distinct feature, and one which is alone worth all the admission pricfc, are the cornet solos of Miss Helene. She has complete control of the instrument, is full and rich, absolutely free from b.assiness, and her .execution the .audience wrapped iu-eoitacy and. admiration. -Miss Helene Pohnatier claimed, won, and still maintains the titl.. of the world's greatest cornetist. All over the world wlrite the girls have appeared their manager has offered a reward of one thousand dollars (o any lady who will equal Miss Helene in the cornet solo-; for tone, expres- sion and execution. Several times has this been accepted by aspiring and talented women, but 'so far Miss-Helene-lias always corne frrih victorious. A similar reward of one thousand dollars- is offered for aiiy lady who" will: oqual Miss In a K. on (1 nuns and traps, or same to any man of her age (slie is Just-eighteen) but butli girls stall-occupy, the- unique position-of the -world's best with their chosen instrument. Sents are now Bulling at the Lyceum...box 75c., and Cbleilian Coleman, Dec. D. J. Hill left on Saturday for: 17, llah Hani! and Jack are having er- ected a '2-1 by y'J foot frame building ou Jlugh St. in which they will GIKMI up a.i'esluurunt >n the jmar future. At a special meet Ing. of. the Trade, which was held last evenlag iu tho ('ouncil Chamber, the following named gentlemen were elected to iwrvo for the ensuing year: H, A. Van Orman, 'President; R. P. Wallace first vice-President, P. Hammer, sec- ond Vice-President; and G. C. Miller, secretary-treasurer. Those .who will officiate as members of the executive committee are W. W.'Douglas, Byard Smith, F. It.. Davis and E. C. Moe. Mr. F. (contractor) of .Medi- cine Jiat grrivcd on the Flyer last night, and is spending a few days in Taber, sight seeing. .J-ane and Wagner (photographers) of Rstivan, anticipate 'moving to Taber'with their families and op- ening up an art gaUery in the near, i future. They have already demon- strated skill as photo and land- scape artists by the views they hh.vo taken here. Their main object in 'coming west is to secure homestead lands adjacent to the Taber district. Messrs. G-. A. Swanstrom and A. E. Pattern, District Deputy Organiz- ers of the "Modern Woodmen of Am- AKOUTQY PURE jMAJUftnuttflau GtfOEKftiiOU. to sdl or it real place it la tfcii calm. If you waat HBC tfcit 25c OM iuertiM 6 ftr SITUATIONS VACANT WANTED Practical bookkeeper. Good position for capable party. Ap- ply liux A., Herald Office. 305-0 RAM LAL'S PURE TEA COLOR, fresh FRAGRANCE and DELICIOUS FLAVOR have made it hosts of friends. Are- VOU one yet? IT IS PURE! room girl. Oxford Cafe. Apply 302-6 servant. Apply Mrs. R. A. Wright, 1251, Dufferin St. 306-3 Ram LftTt Tea is Sold onJy in Lethbridge by THE BENT LEY CO. LTD SITUATIONS WANTED or window clean- ing. Apply J. Hayes, caretaker La- bor Hall. LAND; WANTED WANTKU TO of land, n.s 30, and 100 respectively, of HL'riculturaL lajui, farm purposes. We don't vvunt rough land; ,we want land that can b.- rcfulily broken and put in cul- tivation. We want the laud to be of such a nature thiit it will readily he accepted by our clients. They will not accept land that i.- "potholey." Tfnn-don't want lands that are for the Province of Alberta.! Thev don't-want lands that have a, ami whose are at Cal- i jn-rcfntase of groves of timber j gary, are jheoting with success hew' or brush.- They--waint land that is) MEDICINE HAT EIPMNT F. J. Conroy, Manager Help of all kinds supplied. Write stating wages paid and nature of employment No charge to employer. LAND FOR SALE KOR SALE OR six acres of land 4 miles from the city, with buildings. Will sell or exchange for city lots ar acreage, or trade in part payment for house and lot. Apply W. L. Wilson, 50 Argyle Aw., city. Phone 189. 304-6 FOR section, 4 miles south of .Burdett, an acre. Bona fide fannr-ra, actual aettlers only need iUlc liiine apply. H.'; Macbeth Agency, P.O. Block. 306-6 SYHOPflS OF COAL MINING RIG ULATIONt Coal uiiuinA of the Dominion iu katchewso, Alberta, the Yukon Territory, Uie North-Went Territories Britiib Coluarou, ouy ue tor term c! twcuty-oae years at CD animal rental of fl an acre: Not more tha.u acres will be leaded to one applicant. Application fof a be made to the Agent or Sub-Agent oi the district in which the righto ap plied for are situated. ID surveyed territory the lan; must be described by or U gal (subdivisions ,of sections, and Ui uuiiurveyed territory the tract appii lor shall be'staked out. Each application must be accom panie'd by a lee of J5, which will refuuHed if the rights applied for uut available b'ut not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on -the mer- chantable output of the uiine at tht rafn of rive cents per too. Every ol coal mining which are uot being operated shall furuish the district Agent of Domia- Ion Lands witb a sworn statement to that effect.at least oace in each year. The lease wiil >uclule the coal mmiug only, buv the lesee may be permitted to purchase whatever uvhilable surface may be con- sidered uecfeetiary for the working ol the rate of an BOOMS WANTED. she will spend several months, with friends and relatives. Mrs. D. F. Hughes, o! Crow's Nest is sending the -day with friends in Golenmn. 0..W. Benedict left on the noon irairi-for Cqwley. Chas. has gone back tf> England. Mr, Hep worth left on Satnrdny. "and his rather sudden- lertv- infr is due to some family matters. During his short stay in the Puss th'j j reverend gentleman made many j Pttisle3'. Strathroy, Ontario res- who vrill regret to ;hear of to .visit relatives and his departure. i friends.: They anticipate returning in J. H. McMillan, of Royal City, six weelis- Their many friends wish spending several days in Cole- man and the Pass. Mr. McMillan is writing on the mining examinations b.-ing held in Frank at present. The Opera, house management. have securing many members to their pmctically or largely prairie; all prai-1 for single ifr, George 11. Williams, proprietor I ru- preferred. They, want lands with- i stenographer, with or without 'part man, cenowned fraternal order, of the Eagle Cafe; hear' the C.P.R, I station, has rented the second storey.! eVl'n to the aicKaskle store to 'be l as a'lodging house, in connection with v'J his restaurant. A large force of car-i pentcrs are nmv engaged putting in- to shape the various apartments. Messrs. Ceil McKeHer nnd J. F. 5 leave tomorrow morning for them a pleasant, visit. During the absence of ,ifr. Hoclgins, Ed. Han- cock, of X. will have full charge of" his tonsorial parlors. He has se- cured a homestead in Tp. 15, R. 18. family.will arrive about the first of when they will jnovc upon their new ubsscssions. W. Howes, of Upham, X.D., ac- fo'und it necessary r to increase _the seating capacity oE the buildiag. Eighty- new chairs r were added last wtek to the present large iiumber" or seats. f compamed by sixteen 'new homestead- The .Coleman' skating lamlhi'vcrs invaded tTie town on Friday night last with'a this -They "departed for for all who wished to participate. The tonight to Hie -upon, lands of .lieaj: Grassy Lake and Dunniore that what Goleman hope to make one thc_ best seasons thus -far, as hockey is concerned. On... Monday itight..last h'ockey match of the season was played. The game reasonable distance of a railroad, i boarci E that are 30 or 40 nnies from a railroad is have n-description thereof. If IIHVO any lands within reasonable distance, of, Edmonton or any .other. jiropri'SRivp city of .Alberta, or if you have, say acres of exceptionally, choice, clean, prairie lands, let us full giving us the beat price and. the very best terms: Thc-se lands much Dreferred "en much preferred bloc." No small" blbeks considered. Make your prices us in every instance. A full legal and physio- graphical, geological -description must accompany each. list. Edmonton Realty -Corporation, Uil., 240 Jasper Avenue cast, Edmon- ton, P. Cv Box 802. 1-G Box R., Herald Office. 06-3 STOVE WANTED WANTED TO A pood second- hand range, 'with six hok-.s or more Apply to W. L. Wilson, 50 Argyle AVP., or Phone 189. 1-1 4 LOTS in North Ward, X mile fron; Westminster School, Apply 7, Herald Office. I HAVE 15 lots, beautifully situated west of Westminster Road; I will sell en bloc for Apply Box G, Herald Office. 303-6 of recently relinquished, by the South Alberta Uaml Co. stated -that on the morning of GOOD For sale or rent; new town, new building, in good.tloeatioh; suit- generjvl good opening "for For -full par- ticulars "apply to E. "T. McGregor, (.ffict- P.O. Block, of Box 387, Letli-. b'ri'Ige, i-6 AUTO FOR SALE. AUTOMOBILE FOR SALE-A .sec- ond hand 5 passenger 20-horse power automobile in splendid running or- der for sale at a bargain. This is it genuine bargain -for cash. Less than half _ price.. Block. Laing Vrooman, Oti 304-U LOST AND FOUND between ten and halt past eleven Thursday night between Immigration hall and the city mar- ket. Finder'kindly leave Herald office and receive reward. .302-6 VETERAN Scrip hought and sold; highest market prices given. T. E. Patteson, Oliver Block. 303-6 FOR African veteran scrip, cheap. R. V. Gibbons, Ott Block. full information application be made 'to the Secretary ol the Department of the luterior, Ot- tawa, or any Agent or Bub-Agent ol L'.iminion W. W. CORY, Deputy Minuter of the Interior publication- vtns advertisement will not be ROOMS TO RENT SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH WEST LAND REGULATIONS TO room, suitable for two. Apply to Mrs. R. Adam, near Bartlett-Fisher St. 302-6 TO rooms Ap- ply 210 Coutts St. 06-G C. E. SUICIDES. Dec. Sawyers, C.E.S who committed suicide on Thursday morning by drowning at Campbellfofd, was a member of the oldest families on both sides'in Peter- borough. was between two local teams. The employees of the Colemau and_.Pacific hotels were the participants. .score .resxilted 7 to 1-in iavor of the [Pacifies. l DROPPING T; IE PROTEST. Coaticook, P.Q.. Dec. T. Thomas, the, petitioner against, the elecHon of Lovell, Stanstead county, lias withdrawn hi? protest.. Strongest programme of the season -at the Lyceum tonight.' WELL KNOWN CURLER DEAD. Lindsay; Dec> .from one i'n'd of-the Dominion to the'other will learn'.with "smoerest regret of the death here yesterday "afternoon of Mr. Lachlin Mclntosh; one of the most popular and widely known followers of the game in Canada. Mr. Mcln- tosh was on several occasions in the Ontario Tankard finals, and was specially well known-'in Winnipeg, xvhere he played on mrlny occasions in Mr. J. D. rinks. He was a G-.T.R. engineer. steaders and lane! buyers purchased tickets at "Portal for Allxjrta, all of whom are from JC. D. Roy.'Stanley, of Bruce, Ontario, who for upwards of two years has md charge of the hardware rtepart- int-iji-the- Taber Trading Company's store, leaves shortly for his home to jt during the holidays. ND Auction Sale Saturday At 2.30 Frank Waddington TETL-EPHONE: S61 4H) ROUND STPEET tROBSON THE CREAM OF THf-WOTENAY No better invetmient can bo-made than in a 10'Acre Fruit Farm in the best locality in British Columbia, 'i Ins property is unexcelled any- where and is fast being taken up. If interpstfd write NOTICE Will'tho person who took bits from Geo. Taylor's and left the gloves, return the same and-get. his property' and save prosecution. 06-6 i TO unfornished rooms to rent, Apply 50 Argyle Ave. Tele- phone 189. 305-G DROP ALL PROTESTS IN N.B. St. John, Dec. is understood at a Conservative caucus last nijrht, including the leading members of the- Legislature, that Fowler, Daniels and Crockett decided to drop all election protests. 'DO YOU WANT TO BE RICH? INVEST NOW "in Necrjaco B.C., on tho new Grand Trunk Paci- fic R-R. level, ancl mixed'farm by- building timber .ind Fish and liatne in abundance -'AVell 'watered, .plenty of rain. We iire cultivating a civs. Wheat 40 biislu'ls per acrr, oat.s III, vine, vetch and wild timothy to horseV.back. Soil 35 fvet deep; no gravel or stone. Price 16.00 per acre; per acre cash, balance U yearly payments. This Innd will positively per aero when railroad is completed. Cli- mate never below zero.1 Wild fruit in abundance. I. TJ. SNELL, Rooms-' and 2, Bryan Block, over Eureka Theatre, Lothbridge, Alta. 1-26 SCAVENGING. Aiiyoni> desiring scavenging done or closets cleaned, apply nt Police Sta- tion. 99-26 room to rent; mod- ern conveniences; suitable for two gentlemen. Apply 314 Cutibll St. s 305-6 BOARD AND ROOM. BOARD AND 'and for two, ladies or gentlemen. Apply 41 Argyle Ave. 06-6 IkDUMID Mm B.C. or HWvW VivWvl Li LvUiVlffiBv A GOOD BUY New Cottage of Wettminiter School, on monthly payments G.JC. Me DONALD Room 6 WWtney Blk. SEALED TENDERS for the orc-c-1 tion of a school house at liow AHa-, size 31 x 23 ft. inside, 12 ft. coiling, will be received at Bow Is- land- Post Office up to 12 o'clock, noon, .Dec. 19th, 1903. HOUSE FOR RENT TO nine roomed house on V.r all worth St., North "Ward. Apply Mclvor, Lethbridge, Post- SpecificatiouD office. '302-6 and conditions may be seen at the above office. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. J. YV. Hopkins, .Chairman, 303-12 GRANITEWARE TO roomed cottage furn- ished; Apply 620 Burdett St. .05-0 New Brooms Always Sweep. Clean j; We have the largest assortment GRANITEWARE STOVES TOOLS etc. At tHe old stand and lowest cash prices Bros. Phone 75 P.O. Box 27 THATUSTS Our stock of granite wave is large and well assorted. We have different grades for different pur- poses. We specially recom- mend "Stvansky" ware made in Austria. Jt is, made, of steel and lias FOUR coatings of enamel. It won't chip. BOARD AND ROOM WANTED room with I beat and convenience wanted by man and wife" near station. Address D. F., Box 180 City. 303-6 ARTICLES FOR SALE FOR Whaley Royce best make slide new condition. j S20, down, balance installments. Box X. Herald Office. first-rate condi tion, for sale cheap. Apply Box S. Herald Office. 303-6 Any person who is the sole head 1 a family, or any male over. 18 years may homestead a quarter-section o1'available Dominion land in Mani tt ba, Saskatchewan or Alberta, ibt applicant must appear in person at the Dominion Lands Agency or Sub Apeiicy for the district. Entry DJ proxy may be made at any agenaj oj c. rtain conditions, by father mother, son, daugnier, brotter or ujr of intending homesteader. mouths' residence upon .Dirt cultivation of the lapd in onch. of three years. A homesteader may live within nine miles of 'iteud ou a farm of at leaat 80 ac'-a solely owned and occupied by him or by his father, mother, son, daughter, brother or sister. In cert'iin districte a homesteadei in good standing may. pre-empt quancr'Seetion his home- stead. Price per acre. Duties. reside six months in each of six years from date of homestead entry (including the time required to eurn homestead patent) and cultivate fifty acres extra 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 eflch of three years, cultivate fifty acres and erect a housp; worth 5300.00. W. W. CORY, Deputy of the Minister of the Interior, i publication of advertisement will not be paid for. ARTICLES WANTED. McKeown Hard- ware Company Ltd. I PAY CASH 2ND HAND GOODS- What is tho good of putting nvray j things that you can't use or wear.! such as cast-off clothing, etc. I pay: cash for all old clothing, shoes, hats, j pruns, pistols, all kinds of musical in-! struments, trunks and satchels. Call at the Albortan Second Hand Store.! north of the Irrigation Hall, or 1 Box 630. P. 0., Lethbridgf. 06-6 i FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE j FOR SALE or trade for ten- i noro block, with 5-roomed house, out- cellar, barn, good well, wellj Alta. ,._ Coal, Ice and PRAYING Western Transfer Co. LONG BROS. Proprietors Office opposite Balmoral PH ONE 63 THE TOOL HOUSE if'Miovi: in Kaymond, Alta. i 302 BRYAN BLOCI'. Apply Box 29, Raymond. 307-61J t Ul 1V1 added to our stock today, imported direct from the Old Country. When in need of Floor Coverings come to this store for that is onr specialty. Yon arc always snre'of an immense range to select from with prices the lowest that the most advanced business methods can make. If you will jnst make a start buying here we will make yon a satisfied customer. Turpin Furniture Everything for the Home mciuimnia uafik Oi CdilBuS HEAD OFFICE. MONTREAL Paid-up Capital..................... Reserve and Undivided Profits.-............. Accounts of Merchants, Farmers ami Ranchers Solicited Drafts Money Orders Letters of Credit Savings Bank Department Lethbridge Brunch: CoaUUIe Block, Redpafh St. O TO THE PUBLIC have bought _ptit the Tniaszer Co. Draying and are prepared to exocute all orders for D RAYING t promptly satisfactorily. Coal delivered promptly. Cash on delivery. J. S. PliiKps A, L Phone 70 Office in Nelson Gow's Store ;