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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 12, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LtJTHBRIOQE, ALBERTA. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12. HOT PAGE SEVEN TOYS A Wide Range for Both Girls and Boys FOR GIRLS Dolls, Doli ea FOR BOYS Steam Engines, Horses, Automobiles Tool Chests, Priiitiflj Presses, etc. Sets, etc, ;1 The Best Assortment of Toys Ever Stocked L. J. McLEAY SLAPPED KING'S BACK THROUGH A MISTAKE. London, Dec. Ernest Cassel j King Edward's financial adviser and i intiiiiaU' friend, whose nickname is "Windsor a somewhat embarrassing likeness to his Majesty, j And thereby hangs an amusing Story, i which is said to be quite true. A young man who is very well known about town for his high spirits and cheery impudence, approached at the fashionable Ascot race track a gentleman whose back he thought he I recognized. Slapping him on the back the young man .exlaimed: "Hello, Windsor Cas- Then the gentleman accosted turned. To his absolute horror the impulsive back slapper saw, not Sir Edward Cassel, but his Majesty Ed- ward VII. The youth (led on the instant. Later he sought advice from one of the King's friends, and nervously asked: "What am I to "'Never let him see your face was the reply. Color, Flavor, Fragrance are the strong points of AKOLUTQY PIKE As ON HARDENS IN INDIA. r SPECIAL DISCOUNT ON HARNESS and SADDLES FOK 30 DAYS LARGE ASSORTMENT OF BLANKETS, ROBES GLOVES and MITTS SPECIAL PRICES ON TRUNKS and VALISES ALL NEW GOODS II A. E. EASTON CO. i LOTS OF IRON IN N. B. Concession Asked for in Connection With Development of Deposits Frederic-ton, N. B., Dec. dele- gation composed of Goorge J. Drum- mond, John J. Drummond., and W. F Parsons of the Canadian Mining Cor- poration met in executive session this morning and again this aftemoon and asked for concessions in connection with the proposed development of valuable- iron deposits in Glouces- ter county. They for a bond guarantee for a railway, from the mines to Bathurst and also for the to cut lumber from lands in the vicinity, to build in connection with mining operations. They declared RAM PURE TEA It's RICH, CLEAR COLOR, fresh FRAGRANCE and DELICIOUS FLAVOR have made it hosts of friends. Are YOU one yet? Daily Herald Market Place Whei you have to sell or to reit place it in .this column. If you want anything use this column. 25c one insertion 6 insertions for SITUATIONS VACANT WANTED Practical bookkeeper. Good position for capable party. Ap- ply Box A., Herald Office.. 305-0 room girl. Apply Oxford Cafe. 302-6 servant. Apply Mrs. R. A. Wright, 1251, Dufferin St. 306-3 IT IS PURE! Ram Lai's Tea is Sold onJy in Lethbridge by THE BENTLEY CO. LTD. GOOD BUSINESS OPENING. For sale or rent, in a new town, a new building, in good location: suit- able for general store or restaurant; good opening for either. For full par- ticulars apply to E. T. McGregor, office P.O. Block, or Box 387, Leth- bridge. Alta. 1-6 DO YOU WANT TO BE RICH? INVEST NOW in Nechaco Valley, B.C., on the new Grand Trunk Paci- fic E.R. acres level, rich fruit and mixed farm land; surrounded by building timber and coal. Fish and MEDICINE HAT EMPLOYMENT OFFICE F. J. Conroy, Manager Help of all kinds supplied. Write stating wages paid and nature of employment. Ko charge to employer. IlUIUUg, that the iron deposits of Gloucester j game in abundance. V, were undoubtedly the richest in Can- plenty oi rain. are ada and there -was already fifty mil- lion tons oi ore in sight. The govern- ment after carefully going into the matter practically agreed to enact legislation granting the concessions 4 mCULATION FORTYRHO1D Physician and Others "Vaccinated." ft In Philadelphia. T Philadelphia, Dec. "les, I m- myself and Dr. Miller, one of the internes at the Methodist Hos- pital together Miss McBroom Jffiss Henderson, two nurses at -the same institution, with anti-ty- said Dr. Harlan Shoc- of 1G1S Spruce Street, today I would not take a great deal immunity." Shoemaker, who is one of the surgeons of the Third Regiment, N. made the inoculations on No- vember 9 and intended to keep the fact secret for the purpose of making a report to the County Medical So- ciety, but it leaked out before he could do so. Shoemaker's inoc- ulations of himself and of Dr. Miller .and of the two hospital nurses, it is believed, were the first inoculations for typhoid fever in this city, if not in "this country. "I inoculated myself the other three subjects with dead vaccines at intervals of eleven days." .said Dr. ''The inoculations were snade hypodermicaily and they 'took' .at once Reaction set in within sev- hours, when a fever developed, ch generally remains about four days. There is a slight pain at the point of the puncture. It is similar- to being vaccinated. The second reaction, following the second inocu- lation was slighter than the first. "The method is not at all new in continued Dr. Shoemaker, "and was used in Africa during the Boer war with good results. Sir Aim roth Wright originated the method and declares he received the idea 15.000 acres. Wheat 40 bushels per acre, oats 111, pea vine, vetch and wild timothy to horse's back. Soil 35 feet deep; no gravel or stone. Price S 16.00 per acre; per acre cash, icglniauuii gia.iii.Aiig. asked for by the company vdth cer- balance J yearly tain restrictions necessary to protect public interests. REDUCE COST OF LIGHT Vancouver, Dec. The B. C. E. E. company is making a voluntary reduction in the price of lighting in Vancouver but on the whole of the mainland touched by the company's wires. This conies as a sort of a Christmas present to the company's patrons. In the city of Vancouver an extra 10 p.c. discount has been land will positively bring per acre when railroad is completed. Cli- mate never below zero. Wild fruit in abundance. I. B. SNJELL, Rooms and 2, Bryan Block, over Eureka Theatre, Lethbridge, Alta. 1-26 Tenders SEALED TENDERS for the erec- from Prof. R. rfeifter of Germany. "In the Seventeenth British Lancers given making a total of 20 p.c. 150 men. officers and enlisted person- nel, volunteered for inoculation before j sailing for the east. The command of 500 men reaching a typhoid dis- trict in India, the fever appeared in sixty-two men. Of these cnly men had been inoculated, and had been subject to but one inocula- tion. Severgl of the British surgeons swallowed germs obtained results. NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that COLLIERIES, LIMITED POSITION and wife want a position on farm or ranch. Thoroughly experienced. Kb encum- brance. Box X., Herald office. 1-6 ROOMS WANTED. for single man, stenographer, with or without part Box E., Herald OfScc. G6-3 AUTO FOR SALE. AUTOMOBILE FOR sec- ond hand 5 passenger 20-horse power automobile in splendid running or- der for sale "at a bargain. This is a genuine bargain for cash. Less than half price. Laing Vrooman, Ott Block. 304-6 for light housekeep- ing. Apply Mrs. D. Eraser, Crabb St. 307-6 SITUATIONS WANTED or window clean- ing. Apply J. Hayes, caretaker La- bor Hall. LAND FOR SALE FOR SALE OR About 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 SYNOPSIS OF COAL MlNlNO RfQ ULAflONi 1. Ave., city. Phone 189. 304-6 FOR section, 4 railes south of Burdett, an acre. Bona fide farmers, actual settlers only need apply. H. Macbeth Agency, P.O. Block. 306-6 4 LOTS in North "Ward, mile from Westminster School, Apply Box 7, Herald Office. 303-6 Coal ot tne in Alberts, me Yukon territory, Ifce Territories and Britiib be for a term oi years at an annual rental of fl an acre. Not more than will be leased to one applicant. Application foi A lease JOBUM made to the..Agent' or flub-Ageot (A the district in which the righU ap- plied for are situated. In surveyed territory the must be described by lections, or U gal subdivisions of and uneurveyed territory the tract Appli- ed for shall be staked out. Each application must be accom- panied by a fee of which will refunded if the rights applied for not available but not otherwise. 1 royalty shall be paid on the mer- chantable output of the aiine at of five cents per too. Every of coal mining rifhte which are not being operated ahall furnish the district Agent of Domin- ion Lands with a sworn statement that effect at least once in each year. The lease will include the mining rights only, but the lesee be permitted to purchase r available surface rights may con- sidered necessary for the working ol the mine at the rate of an acre. For full information application Dhould be made 10 the Secretary oi the Department of the Interior, Ot- tawa, or any Agent or Bub-Agent oT. Dominion Lands. W. COSY, Deputy Minister of the Interior publication ol this advertisement will not be tor. LOST AND FOUND 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 GRANITE WARE THAT LASTS fOur stock of granitewarc is large and well assorted. We have different grades for different pur- poses We specially recom- mend ware made in Austria. It is' of stecP and has- FOUR coatings of enamel. It won't chip. a school house at Bow Island. Alta., size 31 x 23 ft. inside, 12 it. ceiling, will be received at Bow Is- land Post Office up to 12 o'clock, noon, Dec. 19th, 1903. Specifications in fat or oil and aiid may be seen at the i above office. The lowest or any "At the time of the Boer war Sir j other tender not necessarily accepted. ......A' Hopkins, Chan-man. 303-12 REAL ESTATE Almrotli Wright prepared ]j vaccines for use in. the British army j __ and used -i.OOO on himself. There was sdme confusion, in obtaining1 an accurate report of results, as inocu- lation for .smallpox and typhoid had been going- on and many of the men could not tell afterward which wz. t which." Dr. Shoemaker said he had recently seen a note in the Lancet advising a correspondent that anti-typhoid vac- cination was a good thing if he were going where ho would be exposed to contagion. He added that he had never heard of death following as a _________ result of inoculation. TTe is ready j-------- for volunteer subjects. LOTS OX WESTMINSTER CLOSE The War Department is considcrab- j to Iv interested in the introduction of the now serum and has ordered J ACRE LOT CORNER OF McBETH T. E. PATTERSON, Office, Oliver. Block. Phon I LOTS St. in: will make application to the Legis- lative Assembly of the Province oi Alberta at the next regular session thereof for an act authorizing them to construct and operate a railway of standard guage from a point on the1 Crow's Nest Branch of the Canadian Pacific Railway 2123 feet .West oi Lethbridge Junction to a point on the South West Quarter of Section 32 in Township 9, Range 21, W. 4th M. and to acquire by purchase, lease or otherwise the spur line now under construction between the said points together with all powers incidental construction, operation and ac- quisition of the said line of Railway as necessary. DATED at Lethbridge this of November, A. D.. 1908. ROYAL COLLIERIES, LIMITED- J. B. WILKIE, Secretary. NOTICE Will the person who took the rab- bits from Geo. Taylor's and left the gloves, return the same and get his property and save prosecution. 06-6 I HAVE 15 lots, beautifully situated west of Westminster Eoad; I will sell en bloc for Apply Box 6, Herald Office. 303-6 2 LOTS McKILLOP Ellison Mill, ADDN.. NEAR McKeown Hard- are Company Ltd. THE TOOL HOUSE 302 BRYAN BLOCK a board of medical officers meet at Washington for the purpose of con- idering the advisability of immuning soldiers against the fever, which al- ways kills more men than arc killed by bullets. With thft report of the Board of Health showing- that there were for- ty-three new of typhoid fever in this city considerable interest hasde-j vcloped among physicians concerning: the anti-typhoid inoculation, which may result in its introduction in the public schools the vaccination for smallpox. Bailey S750. St., ,V mile from school. ACRE OPPOSITE THE LAST ?450. ARTICLES WANTED. I PAY CASH 2ND HAND GOODS- What is the good of putting away tilings that you can't use or wear, such as cast-off clothing, etc. I pay cash for all old clothing, shoes, hats, guns, pistol's., all kinds of musical in- struments, trunks and satchels. Call at the Albertan Second Hand Store, north of the Irrigation Hall, or write Box 630, P. 0-, Lethbridge. OG-6 FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR SALE or trade for ten- acre block, with 3-roomed house, Oi houses, cellar, barn, good well, well in Ravinoiid, Alta. Apply Box 29, Raymond, Alta, 307-6 VETERAjST Scrip bought and sold; highest market prices given. T. E. Patteson, Oliver Block. 303-6 FOR African veteran scrip, Block. R. V. Gibbons, Ott 288-0 ROOMS TO RENT TO room, suitable for two. Apply to Mrs. R. Adam, near Bartlett-Fisher St. 302-6 TO rooms, modern. Ap- ply 210 Coutts St. 06-6 TO unfornished rooms to rent. Apply 50 Argyle Ave. phone 189. Tele- 305-6 A DOUBLE front room to rent; mod- ern conveniences; suitable for two 314 Cutibll St. 305-6 NOTICE 6 ROOMED HOUSE ON TORRANCE Ave.. Cash and S25 per IMPROVE- ACT, V1L- ACT AND SCHOOL ASSESS- MENT ORDINANCE Notice is hereby given that under the provisions of the Local Improve- ment Act, Village Act and School Assessment Ordinance the Honour- able Mr. Justice Beck has appointed Tuesday, January 12th, 1909, at Ten LAND WANTED WANTED TO of land, as 30, and 100 thousand acres, respectively, of agricultural land, for farm purposes. We don't want rough land; we want land that can be readily broken and put in cul- tivation. We want the land to be of such a nature that it will readily be accepted by our clients. They will not accept land that is "potholey." They don't want lands that are. rocky. They don't want that have a large percentage of groves of timber or brush. They want land that is practically or largely prairie; all prai- rie preferred. They want lands with- in reasonable distance of a railroad, but if voti have any lands that are month until paid for. Rnnts for 515 gentlemen. Apply BOARD AND ROOM. BOARD AND Board and room for two, ladies or Apply 41 Argyle Ave. gentlemen. 06-6 HOUSE FOR RENT TO nine roomed house on Wallworth St., North Ward. Apply John T. Mclvor, Lcthbridge, Post- office. TO brand new shacks close to the mills. Apply Box D., Herald. TO roomed cottage furn- ished. Apply 620 Burdett St. 05-0 even 30 or 40 miles from a railroad j room with per month. SINGING. Miss Ursula Archer, pupil of the celebrated teacher, William Shako- speare, will receive pupils in singing and voice production. Also engage- ments for Ballad Concerts, At Homes, etc. For further information address the Lethbridge Conservatory of Music. KOBSON THE CREAM OF THE KOOTENAY _ ouse, n Lethbridce" for the hold-Uet us have a description thereof. Ii j heat anc} convenience wanted by man j ins of a Court for confirmation of thej you have any lands within reasonable and near station. Address D. F, SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any person who is the sole head it a family, or any male over 18 >ld, may homestead a quarter-section of .available Dominion land in Mani. toba, Saskatchewan or Alberta, i'he 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 on certain conditlpns, by father.f mother, son, daughter, brother or sui- ter of intending homesteader. months' residence upoo cultivation of the land in. each of three years. A homesteader may_ live within nine miles of his. stead on n. farm of at least 80 aetta solely owned and occupied by him or by his father, mother, son, daughter, brother or sister. In certain districts a homesteader in good standing may pre-empt a quarter-section alongside 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 earn 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. icsidft six months in each of three years, cultivate fifty acres and erect a house, worth W. W. COBY, Deputy of the Minister of the Interior. publication oi this advertisement not be paid for. returns mad of Section 91 under the provisions )f the Local Improve distance of Edmonton or any other progressive city of Alberta., or if you o >oction ui ui liuc n c-n. Act in respect of the following have, say 5.000 acres of exceptionally We have the largest assortment oh' GRANITE WARE STOVES OOLS etc. Vt tuk old stand and lowest cash prices yr Dros. P.O. Box 27 4 No better investment can be made; than in a 10 Acre Fruit Farm in the best locality in British Columbia. This property is unexcelled any- where and is fast being taken up. If interested write McDERMlfl MM NELSON, B.C., or Drawer L, Lethbridge Local Improvement Districts, vizi- Local Improvement Districts 602 and 605. And of Section 67 of the Village Act in respect of the following vil- lages, The Village oi Stirling Inge of Stavely. And of Section 19 of the School As- sessment Ordinance in respect of the following School Districts, vizi- School Districts Nos. 453, 510, 5S4, 673, 694, 825, 1156, 1379, 1331 and 1455. Dated at Edmonton this 10th day of November, 1908. JNO. STOCKS, Deputy Minister of Public Works. DR. C. C. CRAGG Physician and Surgeon. Phone Office 125. House 94. Office to 11 a.m., to p.m., 7 to 8 p m choice, clean, pramc lands., let have full particulars, giving u us the These lands much preferred "en bloc." No small blocks considered. Make your prices net to us in every instance. A full legal and physio- Box 180 City. 303-6 ARTICLES FOR SALE FOR Whaley Royce best make slide trombone, new condition. S20, down, balance installments. Address Box X, Herald Office. 97-0 and the Vil-jj grnphicra. geological description -must cheap. accompany each list. The Edmonton Realty Co-Operative Corporation, Ltd., 240 Jasper Avenue east, Edmon- ton, Alberta. P. 0. Box 803. 1-6 SCAVENGING. Anyone desiring scavenging done or closets cleaned, apply at Police Sta- tion. 99-26 first-rate condi- Apply BOS 8, 303-6 Herald Office HOUSE FOR SALE. FOR roomed 2% blocks from central school. Furnace, bath and electric light, cash handles it, Apply E. J. Cook, Box 333 city. 1'2 ESTABLISHED 1864 A GOOD BUY New Cottage west of Westminster School, on monthly payments G. c. MCDONALD Room 6 Whitncv 81k. Merchants Bank of Canada HEAD OFFICE, MONTREAL Paid-up Reserve and Undivided Profits.............. Accounts of Merchants, Farmers and Ranchers Solicited Drafts Money Orders Letters of Credit Savings Bank Department Lethbridge Branch: CoaMale Block, RedpatK St. Coal, Ice and t I PRAYING 4> t Western Transfer Co. J LONG BKOS.Proprietors 4 Office opposite Balmoral 1 PH ONE: e3 I We have bought out tlie Star Transfer Co. Draying outfit, and are prepared to promptly satisfactorily. Coal delivered promptly. on delivery. J. S. Phillips A. L. Patteson J Phone 70 Office In Nelson Cow's Store ;