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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 13, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta Nnitringf Plastering! inaimiM : : : : OrtMMAtel nattering. XilSLADIi,Lethbridge. KstiinatM Given. SAVE MONEY NOW - - 1 can ell you lots now in Tabor for $100, that wiU be telling at $200 in a month's time. Good Fanning Land for sale ho. W. F. RUSSELL BMLJMate Afcent Tabor. Alta. SMOKE ^ Lethbridge Belie Havana Smoker T. W. HANILAHAN MANVFACTITBEB CHOICE ANDIES AXES b EST READ UNS City Bakery r. C. Coehe. Prop. SyMfib or Camdian North-WcsL HOMESTEAD REOULATIONS. AMY fvea �uinbercrt icc'loa o oomlnlon LM�t In MtDltoba, iskatcbewan and Albert* iccpllng � am M, aot reterred, My b� aoBMieadcd by any pcnoo wbo ta ibr o t h�*4 of a family, or any malt orer 18 yean cf ac�, M lb� cxttnt of ooa-quartcr aacilon ot im acrM. more or leai. ��ry Mnat b� piade paraonaUy at tbt local laad etfM for tkf dtotrlet in wbteb ibe lasd U Tkkk>��cateadtr la required to perforoa tbe ceadttiOM eeanaeied tberewitb under one of Ike telle wlairlaa*.: I. A\ leaai a montba' realdence upon and cnlllvatl m of tbe land l> each year for tbree year*.  t. If llMfatli�r(arvoilier, If the fatber la deceMtd) of the hmae-leader rcaldca upon a tana la the vicinity of the land entered fur tbr reqalrcMnta a* to realdence may be aatiafled by aoeh perana teatdlag with the father or BMIhM. . If tit* aetttor haa hi*pemaeent rtaldenee apoB laralag land owaed by hira In tbe rlela-ItyofhtohooMauad. the requirement* aa to fMldeaM my be aatlaOcd by realdence upon Iheaaid land. la moBba' notice in wrltlof abould be civen t* Ike Oemwlaaloaer of Dominion Lands at Otuwa af tateatloa to apply for patent. W. W. COST. Deputy of the Mlalater of the Interior. Barnes & Co. REAL ESTATE and GENERAL AGENTS OftlM~SccM4 FloM- SMthird Bkch Peat pffloe Box 3 tophone No. 123 AT KBAN'S-Orand Display of ;Fucy Boies of CaDd; bf tbe beat makers. English crac kera, a swell line at 7dc. and 85c. per box. Our Santa Clans stock* ingi, from 5c. to $1.50, are cheap, �ave yov a lot of bother, and please the ehildren best. We also have a faw Dolls. Apfdes by the box or barrel. Fresh Uranges,,Bananas, Lemona, Orapea, Pears, Nuts, Can. dv, ato. Hot tea, cofFaaand chocolate a apecialty. J. W. Kean & Co Oppoaite P. O. 'Phone 98 X Olasing Graining I W. M. BARBER Painter and Decorator Carriage Painting a specialty ! ^ Kalaomining Paperhanging ; I TOWN LOTS I Reaidenti^ Lots ia Blocks wfoundland Travallers' Circular Letters ot Credit and Commercial Credits iasued tor use in all parts ot the vrorld. COXXECTIQNS MADE ON FAVORABLE TERMS Drafta aotd avalUbta At all poiota In Uaittd State*, Barop* aad Caaada Inlarvst allowad on fiapaalta at currant ralaa Lethbridge Branch - B. r. SCEVE Managar facts and figures We have been asking you to believe that this is a good place to come for your Christmas remembrances. We have told yon that for reasons of newness-for reasons of variety-for reasons of what you get for what yon pay-it is useless to go^lsewhere- near or far. H�r� Br� the Fmets Bad Figurca ia BlBck BBd WhiU If you lookior still further proof-it's right here in the store. Plenty of it. Enough to convince the hard to convince. Enough to put the stamp of truth on all that we have teld you about what's h^re. This list tells onlv of goods that are actually in stock, and for every item we print there are a dozen that aren't mentioned. Only a visit will give you the right idea. WATCHES Nickle Watches. $1 to $5 oach GoldfilM .......7.50 to 30.00 Solid Gold......20.00 to 100.00 CUT CLASS 8.inch Bowls. ........5.00 9.inGh Bowls.. 5.00 to 15.00 lO-inch Bowls.. 12.00 to 25.00 Cut glaas in stk.1.25 to 50.00 KINGS Solid Gold Rings. .1.00 to 10.00 Diamond Rings.. 16.00 to 250.00 SILVEKWABE Tea Sets.....13.00 to 100.00 Cake Baskets........, 5.00 A Fine selection of other Silverware. All kiads of CkrittmBt PrcMBlt. R. A. WRIGHT, The Jeweler Phones 105 and lOO. SERIOUS riBB IN MACLEOD. Damage Done $36,000-The Inaur-anoe Was $8,000. MacUwd, Dec. 7.-A Ar� atartcd �t halp past Ave thia tnomiDg Main atroet. It deatroyed:- McKensie's ixwtaurant. Landa Barber Shop. Leach ft Co., Orooers, OB th� Chow. Sam, reataufani. Parker ft Co.. Ctotliiag and Dry Oooda. Poat Office. Richardson's Clothing atora. Tbe total loaa ia about $26,000 Inaurance, $8,000. MAYOR OF MACLEOD. D. .1. OHer waa elected nwyor.of Macleod over A. F. Grady. DE COONS SANG A Full llousu Greets the Darkies. Local CASES AT COURT. "Come all ya little niggahs. Now watch yuh q'9,an.>(l boys on Thiirseculiar .figure in do ver' licst s'tyle. From do yollah kid to do eiwiujen and tlo soilor cooiis up OB fie shcU tfhinil, cadi niggah done do dt.!k alios Pcj||jin wuz de whole goods wid de tam'bos and funny talk. Uus four niggahs wid de colonel wuz a good sized show by derselvcs. When de cuons sung their songs, dey showed dot de boss doan't hui) dem hoe cotton and cat hoccoke I'nii nuitim! Do chorus sing'in wuz suh de popular parts oh do prograniiiii;. InstOftd oi using do old golden stairs idden Fruit" in such a way s to keep dc whole big crowd ob white trash awake. De electric lights went out. 'rSb ob de coons' got a lantern and a lamp mode do quartette sing of de "Lights ob Home," before dere wuz electric lights. Pete Broadbrim and Willie den settled their quarrel by a figteti wid i broadswords and made de sparks fly. After some solos on de corn.'t and odder, horns by Willie White (F. German) and de sand jig by Ru-fus .Washington, four db de coons done please do audience wid muatc on de guitar and mandolins. De coor.s. Winkle atid Deeptone. den wuz "De Burglars" in a play and took the buna out ob de safe. Tokin' the whole show togedder it reflected great credit on de Boas Hari^er and all do coons. De money what wur. tuk in wue about $200 so dat obcrybody wuc pleased and satisfied. Most of the cases for thn Magsw Todd, was changed to four tnonths in Moui>teccial con�t4ible �t No. 3. was fined $50 omd costs. O. L. Vrooman's appeal from u conviction for setting fire 'to tho prairie was upheld. Tho judge i.cld the oviidenoc was insufllciant to -on-vict. Uo'.'t. Ibey, of Cordston won his suit against Butcher ft Publow, of Calgary for commission on sale !>f pianos and organs. He got' a verdict for his entire claim $181.85. J. McB. Shivcly's action for *.'0 damages agoiiifit F. W. Ovoon of Cranlrook, was not upheld. Mr. Shiveley claimed Green by ncgligunt driving had destroyiyl one of his rigs. KINO OF ALL COUGH RGMSa>IBS. Mr. E. a. Case, a roaSI rariVer of Canton Centre. Conn., who has been in tho U. 8. Service lor about sixteen 5'eara, saya: "We have tried many cough niediciaea for enoup, but Chamlrerlaia's Cough Renwdy is of all and one to be relied upon every time. We afso fhid it tbe best remedy for coughs and eolda, giving certain results and leaving no bad after effeeta." ^Poc aale by D^ggists. Three fnm Lethbridge. Fivjd Kenny, E. A. Sfaarman upd li. W. Wollace, represented Lelh -bridge lodge at the organisation meeting of the Grand Lodge of Elks, of Alberta. All three wore honored with offices. The full list of ofDcers is: Grand Exalted Uuler, A. O. Au�lin Calgary. Grand IVist E.xaltod Ruler. W. O. Harrison, Edmonton. firand Esteemed Lecturing Knight., r. Kenny, Lethbridge. Grand Esteemed I^iyal Knight. C. G. Jackson, Edmonttm. Grand Estoomiod Leading Knight. W. L. Wainc.�s, Calgary. Grand Chaplain, E. A. Shormta, Lethbridge. Grand Treasurer. John Morris. Edmonton. Grand Sccrdtory, M. F. Oliver, Calgary. Grand Eaquirc, II. W. Wollaso, Lethbridge. Grand Inside Guard, O. F. Strong, EMmooton. Grand Tyler. O. S. Dewnish, Cal- gory- Grand Aide, J. K. Coi-nwoll, Ld-monton. Supremo Lodge Reproscntotive, Vv Pirie, Calgary. The Grand Lodge will iiwct in Edmonton next year and in L9tb -bridge in 1008. REAL ESTATE 1 bej; to niinounuo that I have ^ opened Jin otfico in tho LETHBRIDGE HOTEL BLOCK For the transfictlon of h gfnernl Real Estate and Insurance Business I am establishing connections with ensterii and * western ixiints, both in Canada and the Unitwl States. If you have nnythinR yon wish to sell list it with uie, it will cost you nothing if I do not efTect a sale. If you wish tp buy nnd I have not what you want, give me a description and I will find it for yoii. N. T. Macleod Fire aad Life lasuraaee. Mr� NacMicking Interviewed. (Winnipeg Free Press.) All THE FROCK COAT SUIT. A New York Arti�t Delineates Correct Style for Men. the In tho book, "Manners and Modes for Men" there appears a reproduction of an oil a Now York artist, showing the front and back of the ncir frock coat as. produced in Semi-Ready tailoring: Frock suits, allk-faoed. art sold for 82.^ and $80. Frock coats are the bete noir of most tailors, for few of thorn ran give the easy flow and yet retain the correct fit. It iii easier to make a tight fitting garment than an eusy fitting one. Tho Semi-Ready Overcoats are worth seeing, too, particularly the new French Chest�rfkild in tho K2.>i and $30 patterns of "Semi-Rcttdy." A. Southard'asks you to see the silken Semi-Ready label on tho in-tXde of pockets of cowta, trouaors and overcoats. POSTAL DELIVERY WEEKS. IN A FEW Ottaw-a, Dec. 7.-Dr. Mclntyro, (Stroithcona) was informed hy Mr. Lemieux today in the house that that the govcrnntent ;nt�r.ded giving a letter carrier system inimediat�ly to Calgary and Edmonton and c�n-tcmplated bringing in legislation to meet for such service for othoKowns throughput tho Dominion. O. U. MacMicking. managier of the Union Bank ot LetWbridge, was intlie city yesterday, with his wife, being on his way to the east for a couple of months' holiday. Speaking to o Free Press repra.Si', Mr. MacMicking voiced the joy of Lethbridge nt tho conclusion of tho strike, saying hbat tjhe toun was grateful to Pivmier 8co�tt and Mackenzie King for thUr services in bringing about that desirable ond. "Notwithstand>ing tha labor trou  bles," he said, "the town has binsn in a prosperous state, being situat.^d in one of the best farm districts in the pro\ince. Moreover, havo a numljcr of manufactories which itin-tributc to tho maintenance of thi; population. Tho coal company have fcflcn installing new machinery, and now that there will bo a full labor supply, the output wnll bo largj;.v increased." The visitor mentioned Ihot iha Canadian Pacific railway hod lot tho contract for the bridge over the Iteily river which would be a colossal ' dertaklng. The bridge, which is to be completed by next fall, will be over a male long, and the hdight from the bed of the river wilt be from 250 to 300 foot. The contractors are boring for foundations. Mr. MocMicking said the collect  ions of the bank weivs good and business f^erally was prosperous. "Everyone is pleasied with the'acti-)ii of Premiier, Scott in interesting nim-aelf ir.' thw Settlement of the strike" he repeated. "It has caused aatiafactioQ." The gentleman ia travelling with Mr. aad Mrs. Wollington WWte, of Moose Jaw. Mr. White is a brick manufacturer, and stated that he could not mnot tho demand for Ibrick. Mr. MacMicking departed laatnight for Wolkervilh?, and Mr. White for Owen Sound. Whea ia aecd of a HEm OR COOK STOVE Call aad tee Our Stock aad you are $ure of beiag atisfled 0^ I HicK Ca WaKely | The Leading Tinners,^Plumbers, Steam and Hot Water Fitters. Telephone 116, ��$'Me'$'��#^^4'$4>^444#�^4># the Bofcl Hrlingfon FRED. ROONEY, - PROP. I GOOD ACCOMMGDAflON FOR THE TRAVELING PUBLIC { IJ(CELLENT CUISINE BATHS HOT AND COLO WAIER Z RATES ,$1.50 A DAY I LETHBRIDGE - ALBERTA | rr(3ox at our atora and. he convinced. Large. Olaaa Jar* 35 caftta. J. O. UigiUbothau *s Co FUEE BUS MEETS ALL TRAINS SAMPLE ROOMS IN CONNECTION The Hotel Windsor H. B. MUDBACH, Pk'opriator Every attention given the travelling public Feed Stable in connection Telephone 47 Landseekers' and Rancher*B Beadqoartert RATES, $1.00 PER DAY SKATES We handle only the best makes. Hockey Skates, 60c. to $3.75 Hoclcey Sticks all prices. THE CENTRAL HARDWARE STORE ^ G. L. VROOMAN a8 ;