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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 11, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta IJTHBRIDQC. ALtEHTA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER II EMI. Taber Always Leaders Hand tailored garments, ready to try on, yet so con- structed that alterations can be made quickly and accurately, wereoriginated williHl-Refonn. The system of training tailors to become perrct in making an individual part of a garment, was introduced into Canada by Fit-Reform. Styles which easily supplant the efforts of the kest custom taprs are created by Fit-Reform. ine protection to purchasers of guaranteeing satisfaction cr money back, was original with Fit- Reform. Tuber, Dec. riumbur of minor transactions in real estate have tak-! en pliu-y during ihv past week. Am-! 'oiitfUie lunjvst that have been ix-port-1 wwv those disposed of to Mr. Cor-1 'uc'll, a bunker in Hussell, N. D., com-; prising section 33. in Tp. 1.0, li. 10. J Also one and a hull" .sections to Mr. j j.J. Butter of ('oaldule in Tp. R. 117. j Mali Hand and Jack aix- having cr-i 'acted a 24 by 39 foot frame building] 1 on Hugh St. in which they will open j up a restaurant in the near future. At a special meeting of the Board i Trade, which was held last evening in j the Council Chamber, the following named gentlemen were elected to snrve for erisuinuf veiny li, A. Van Orman, President; R. p. Wallace first vice-President, P. Hammer, sec- ond Viee-President; and G. C. Miller, I secretary-treasurer. Those who will j 1 officiate as members of i hg executive committee are W. W. Douglas, Byard j Smith, F. K. Davis and E. C, Moe. Mr. F. (contractor) of Medi- I cine Hat arrived on the Flyer last j night, and is spending a few days in i Taber, sight seeing. j' j Lane and Wagner, (photographers) j of Estevan,, anticipate moving Color, Flavor, Fragrance are the strong points of UUARAKTEF9 AKOIUTQT PURE A: MANUFACTURED ON THE GARDENS IN INDIA. Daily Herald Market Place Wkci you htvc to gelt ar to reit place it ii tkis coluai. you HIC tkii 25c f iuertieu for II SITUATIONS VACANT skeeper. j WANTED Practice j Good position for capable party. iply liox A., Herald Office. 305-0 RAM LAL'S PURE TEA It's KICH. CLEAR COLOR, fresh FRAGRANCE and DELICIOUS FLAVOR have made it hosts of friends. Are YOU one yet IT IS PURE! Ram Lai's Tea is Sold only in Lethbridge by THE BENTLEY CO. LTD. room girl. Apply Oxford Cafe. servant, Apoiy Mrs. R. A. Wright, 1251, Dufferin St. 306-3 SITUATIONS WANTED i or window clean- i ing. Apply J. Hayes, caretaker La- jbor Hall. LAND WANTED WANTKD TO McKELVIE McGUIRE Sole Agents'for Lethbricke. scape artists by the views they I taken here. Their main object in looming west is to secure homestead can b- readily broken and put in cul- tmiTion. want thf? land to be of that ii will readily bp Thev will LYCEUM NEXT WEEK. There is not a single number on the program of the Polmatier Sisters' Orchestra and Concert Company. tiiat is not oi extraordinary merit. The musical selections are chosen with good taste, and played by real artists, and the appearance of the e Sisters is in itself a re- freshing treat. But a distinct feature, and one which is alone worth all the admission price, fire the cornet solos of Miss Helene. She has complete control of the instrument, her tone is full and rich, absolutely free from b.assiuess, and In r execution leaves the au.iiimo.-! wrapper! in ecstacy and Coleman, Dec. Hill left on Saturday for England, she will spend several months w'iih. friends and relatives. Mrs. D. F. Hughes, c is spending the day with friends in Coleman. 0. Benedict left on the noon train for Cowley. Rev. Clias. Hepworth lias gone back j pCDters are n.-w to England. Mr. Hepworth left on j to ands adjacent to the Taber district. i nr N i ac'-.-pu-d by our clients. j ...essi-S. C. A. Swanstrom and A. j aecept iand that ij5 i E. Patton. District Deputy 1 dunU ]ands ,ers of the "Modern Woodmen of Am- 1 They don't want lands that have "a lhft of Alberta, largL. percentage of jrroves of timber are at Cal'or brash- Th land that is F. J. Conroy, Manager Help of all kinds supplied-. Write stating paid and nature of employment. charge to employer. meeting with success herejpracticaily or largely prairie; all prai- securing members TO their j want ]ands whh. of tee Eagle Cafe, near the C.'P.R. i bui if you have any lands that are statioh'i.xhas rented the second storey i evrii 30 or 40 miles from si railroad j to the JicKostde store to be used j lei us have a description, thereof. If .as a lodg-iricr house in connection with you have any lands within reasonable his restaurant.: A large force of car- {distance of Edmonton or any other LAND FOR SALE FOR SALE OE i six acres of, land 4 miles from the i 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 Ave., city. Phone 189. 304-6 ROOMS WANTED. FOR section, 4 miles south of Burdett, an acre. Bona.fide farmers, actual settlers only need apply. H. Macbeth Agency, P.O. j Block. 306-6 OF COAL MINI MO ULAtlOMt taiuiur 'if bu of 10 Monitor AlborU. the Yukon Territory, Uw Territories and Britiab outf oe >ciHdd tor term of years at annual of fl an acre, Not more than will be leaded to one applicant. Application for a made to the Agent or Sub-Afent ol the district in which the riffhta ap-.. plied for are situated. in surveyed territory tfaa must deicribed by' or U gal of itectiona, and ifi uueurveyed territory the tract appl: sd for shall be nuked out. Each- application must be acoom pained by of 16, which will if the rights applied lor urc not available but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the mer- .chuiitable output of the aiine at the rate of five per too. Every of coal mining cif engaged putting in- Saturday, and his rather sudden leav-! ing is due to some family matters admiration. Miss Helene Po'matier claimed, won, and still maintains the title of the world's greatc'-st cofnetist. All the world wliere the girls have appeared their manager has offered a of one thousand dollars to ii'iy lady who will equal Miss Helene in tlif> cornet soles for tone, expres- sion and execution. Several time? i i n ATI to the present large number 01 h.1-; this challenge been accepted by 1 aspiring and talented women, but so far Miss Helene has always come victorious. A similar reward of thousand dollars is offered for any who will equal Miss Ina K. on drums and traps, or same to any man of her age (shir just During his short stay in the Pass reverend .gentleman made mam- Messrs. Noil i Hodgins 1 2 tomorrow for J Paisley and Strathroy, Ontario res-! friends, who will regret to hear of his departure. J. H. .McMillan, of Royal City, has been spending several days in Cole- and the Pass. Mr. McMillan is j pectively. to visit rclativesv and friends. They anticipate returning, in 1 six weeks. Their many friends wish them a pleasant visit. During the absence 'Mr. Hodgins, Ed. Han- writing on the mining examinations b--ing held in Frank at present. The Opera house management have found it necessary to increase the seating capacity of the building. Eighty new chairs were added last The Coleman skating rink opened m Friday night last with a free skate progressive city of Alberta, or if you hdve, .say acres of exceptionally choice, clean, prairie lands, let us have full particulars, giving us the price and the very best terms. lands much preferred "en bloc." No small blocks considered. Make your prices net to us in every instance. A full legal and physio- graphical, geological description must accompany each list. The Edmonton Realty Go-Operative Corporation, Ltd., 240 Jasper Avenue east. Edmon- ton. Alberta. P. 0. Box 802. for .single man, j 4 LOTS in North Ward, X mile from Apply Box 303-6 which are not being shall furnish the district Agent of Domin- ion Lands with a aworn statement to that effect at least oace in each year. The lease will iiicluJe the coal turning rights only, bul the lesee may be permitted to purchase whatevei available surface rights may be con- sidered necessary for the working ol tiie mine at the rate of acre. For full information application should be made to the Secretary oi the Department c.f the Interior, Ot- tawa, or any Agent or Bub-Agent oi 1-6 cock, of X. D., will have full charge .01 his tonsoria.1 parlors. He has se- cured a homestead in Tp. 15, R. IS. His family will arrive the first of March, when they will move upon their new possessions. W. E. Howes, of Upham. N.D., ac-j companies! by sixteen new building, in good location; suit- ers and land buyers invaded the town''flble general store', or restaurant: this morning. They departed forUood opening for either. For full par- GOOD BUSINESS OPENING. For sale or rent, in a new town, n but btith. girls still occupy the unique position oi the world's best with their chosen instrument. Seats are now all who wished to participate. The Lethbridge tonight to file upon aPP1y u' E- T- McGregor. ?vent will mark the beginning of liewr Grassy Dunmore that uftt_Ct' Block, or Box 387, Leth- vvhat Coleitian hope to make one tiie best seasons thus far, so far of selling at the. Lyceum 75c.. and box C. E. SUICIDES. Campbcllford, Dec. Sawyers, C.E., who committed suicide on Thursday iiiorninir by drowning at Girnpbellford, wus a. member of the oldest families on both side? in Peter- borough. hockey is concerned. On Monday right last the first hockey match of [the season was played. The game i between two local teams. The of the Coleman and Pacific j were the participants. The j score resulted 7 to 1 in favor of the i Pacifies. D.RCPPING THE PROTEST. Cuaticouk. P.Q.. Dec. T. Thomas, the petii inner against the elec-.iun of Lovell. Stanstead county, has withdrawn hi.- protest. Strongest programme of the season at the Lvceum tonight. WELL KNOWN CURLER DEAD. Lindsay, Dec. from one nd of the .Dominion tc'the other will learn with regret of the death here yesterday afternoon of Mr Lochlin Mclntosh. one of the most and widely known followers c[ the game in Canada. Mr. Mcln- to.sii was on several occasions in the Ontario Tankard finals, and was well known, in Winnipeg, where he played on many occasions in Mr. J. D. Flavelle's He was a G.T.R. engineer. 1-6- have been recently relinquished by the South Alberta Land Co. Mr. Howe-si also stated that on the morning of j the 9th inst. 137 prospective home-'INVEST NOW in Nechaco Valley. steaders and land buyers purchased B.C.. on the new Grand Trunk Paci- DO YOU WANT TO BE RICH.' STOVE WANTED WANTED TO A good secon-l-hand range, with six holes or more. to W. L. Wilson, 50 Argyle Avc... or Phone 189. HAVE 15 lots, beautifully situated i west of Westminster Road; I will sell en bloc for Apply Box 6, Herald "Office. 303-6 ScVip bought and sold; highest market prices given. T. E. Patteson, Oliver Block. 303-6 AUTO FOR SALE, AUTOMOBILE FOR A second hand 5 passenger 20-horse power automobile, in splendid running order for sale, at a bargain. This is a genuine bargain for cash. Less than half price. Lalng Vrooman, Ott Block. African t veteran scrip, cheap. R. V. Gibbons. Ott Block. 28S-0 TO RENT LOST AND FOUND between ten and half past eleven Thursday night between fnimigration hall and the city market. Finder kindly leave at Herald office and receive reward. Furnished room, suitable for two. Apply to Mrs. R. Adam, near Bartlett-Fisher St. 302-6 LET Two modern. Apply '210 Coutts St. 06-6 NOTICE Will the person who took the rabbits from Geo. Taylor's and left the gloves, return the same and get his property and save prosecution. Three unfornished rooms to vent. Apply 50 Argyle Ave. Telephone 189. 305-6 DOUBLE front room to rent; modern conveniences; suitable for two Lands. W. W. CORY. Deputy Minister of the Iriterloi" Unauthorized publication oi tin? advertisement will not be SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN' NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS tickets at Portal for Alberta, all of whom are from X. "D. Roy Stanley, of Bruce, Ontario, who for upwards of two years has had charge of the hardware depart- ment in the Taber Trading Company's store, leaves shortly for his home to visit during- the holidays. fie- R.R. level, rich fruit mixed farm land; surrounded by luiildiiig timber and coal. Fish and game in abumlnncr. "Well watt-red, plenty of rain. We are cultivatinir SCAVENGING. Anyone -desiring scavenging done or closets cleaned, apply at Police Sta- tion. 99-26 -305-6 Tenders BOARD AND ROOM, BOARD AND and room frr ladies or gentlemen. Apply 41 Argjrle Avc. 06-6 ND HAND STORE Auction Sale Saturday At 2.30 frank Waddington TELEPHONE: 2sn 410 ROUND STREET R.OBSON THE CREAM OF THEKOOTENAY No better iuvesiment can be made than in a 10 Acre in the best locality in British Columbia. 'J his property is unexcelled any- where and is fast being taken up. If interested write McHiD McHlRDY NELSON. B.C. or OrawBr L, lethbridge wild timothy to horse's back. Soil 35 fret deep; no gravel or stone. Price per acre; per acre cash, DROP ALL PROTESTS IN N.B. balance 9 "yearly payments. This St. John. Dec, i.s understood at ;i Conservative caucus last night, j acre when railroad is completed. Cli- T5.000 acres. Wheat 40 bushels per SEALED TENDERS for the erec-i acre, oats 111. pea vine, vetch and tion of a schoolhouse at Bow Island, j Alta., size 31 x 23 ft. inside, 12. ft.' will be received at Bow Is- land Post Office up to -12 o'clock, noon, Dec. 19th, 190S. Specifications land will positively'bring SJOU.OO per I and conditions mai' be seen at the above office. The lowest or anv including the leading members of the Legislature, that Fowler, panic-Is and Crockett 'decided "To drop all election mate never below zero. almndanci I. K. SNELL. Rooms Will fruit in i tender not necessarily accepted. J. W. Hopkins, Chairman. 303-12 and 2, Bryan Block, over Eureka Theatre. Lethbridce, Alta. 1-26 HOUSE FOR RENT TO nine roomed house on Wallworth St... North Ward. Apply John T. Mclvor, Lethbridge, office. TQ LET-Four roomed cottage furn- islied. Apply 620 Burdctt St. 05-0 A GOOD BUY New Cottage west of Westminster School, on monthly payments G. c. MCDONALD Room 6 Whitney Slk. BOARD AND ROOM WANTED j room with j heat and convenience wanted by man find wife near station. Address j Box 160 Citv. 303-6 i New Brooms Always Sweep Clean We have the largest assortment of GRANITEWARE STOVES TOOLS etc. At the old stand and lowest ettsli juices Hayr Bros. Phone 75 P.O. Box 27 Our stock of graintewaro is large and well assorted. We have different grades for different pur- poses. We specially recom- men d 'Stransky'' ware made in Austria. It is made of steel and lias FOUR coatings of enamel. It won't (-hip. ARTICLES FOR SALE FOR Whnley Royce best make slide trombone, new condition. down, balance installments. i Address Box X. Herald Office. 97-0 In first-rate condi- tion. for sale cheap. Apply Box 8, Herald Office. Any person who is the sole-head t "V- a family, or any male over 18 yeare Id, may homestead a quarter-section of available Dominion land in Maui, Saskatchewan or Alberta. X'hfe applicant must appear in person, at the Dominion Lands Agency or Sub Agency for the district. Entry DJ proxy may be made at any agency o-i certain conditions., by father mother, son, daugnter, brother it'.v of intending months' resdden.ce .aid cultivation of the land in of three years. A homesteader mayj; live- within nine miles of his stead on a farm of at least 80 scrui. solely owned and occupied by him or by his father, mother, son, brother or sister. post_i In certain districts a homesteader 302-6 j'" standing may ____j quarter-section alongside his -stead. Price per acre. Dutiea. reside six months in .each of six years from date of homeiteid entry (including the time required to earn homestead patent) and cultivate" fifty acres extra A homi'steader who has exhausted his homestead right and cannot ob; twin a pre-emption may take chased homestead in certain districts. Price per acre. reside six months in -each: of three years, cultivate fifty acres and erect H house worth W.-W. CORY, Deputy of the Minister of the Interior. publication thiti advertisement will not be pa for. jjMcKeown Hard- ware Company Ltd. ARTICLES WANTED. I PAY CASH HAND What is the good of putting away tilings that you cun't use. or such as cast-off clothing, etc. I pay cash for all old clothing, shoes, hats, suns, pistols, all kinds of musical in- struments, trunks and satchels. Call at the Albertnn Second Hand north of the Irrigation Hall, or writp BM.Y P. 0., Lethbridpe. 06-6 t Coal, Ice and J DRAYING FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR SALIC or trade for ten- block, with 3-rnomod house, out- houses, cellar, barn, good woll, well fenr'd; .sitnntod in Raymond, Alta. Apply Box 29, Raymond, Alta. 307-6 25 PIECES of LINOLEUM added to our slock today, imported direct from the Old Country. When in need Floor Coverings coine to this store for that is our specialty. You are always sure of an immense range to select from with prices the lowest that the most advanced business methods can make, [f you will just make a start buying here will make you a satisfied customer. Turpin Furniture Everything for the Home ESTABLISHED 1864 Merchants Sank of Canada HEAD OFFICE, MONTREAL Paid-up Reserve and Undivided Profits............... Accounts of Merchants, Farmers and Ranchers Solicited Drafts Money Orders Letters of Credit Scivings Bank Department Lethbridge Branch: Coaldale Block, Redpath St. Western Transfer Co. LONG BROS.Proprietors Office opposite PHONE: 'ea TO THE PUBLIC We have bought the Star TrAiuster Co. Graying. outfat, and are prepared to execute all orders for The ia ;C. E. Hewson, K.C., of Barrio IV'iMicklfi of Chcslcy is appointed tomorrow nipht to attend a mooting Essex County ju'dgcship and F. j on Monday of the stock holders at of Eswx takes the which the comnnny's officers will be- late Judtro McCnll'im. promptly Coal delivered, Carh on T J- S Thos. a serious loss by 'day morning, when driving shed destroyed, from " in ithic pav- several persons to cash cheque proper10 those cho N.B., D Berry, well knoxvn coi of bt. John, diocl from the offsets of nu, J ;