Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 16, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta
LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER II, IMI r This Trademark Guarantees that Fit-Reform Suits and Overcoats are always in perfect style and they will give excellent they are the best values, for the money, in Canada. This trademark guarantees that every garment bearing it, must give complete and lasting satisfaction or your money back. Behind this trademark is the Fit-Reform Company, founders in Canada of hand-tailored garments. Fall styles are ready. 15 up. Sole Agents for Lethbricke TOBACCO FACTORY FIRED. Pearod, Ky., Dee. tobacco factory of Lewis Kirkpatrick and 000 pounds of tobacco owned by the Sd'ariin Co., of Louisville, was de- stroyed by fire today, presumably by incendiary origin. The Martin Com- ?aay had recently purchased the to- bacco from the Tobacco Growers' As- It is believed the factory fired by night riders. FIGHT A DRAW. Los Angeles, Dec. Kelly, of Chicago, and Billy Papke, former middleweight champion, fought fast rounds at the Jeffries Arena last night. At the close of the final round both men were found fighting strong. [Referee Jame? J. Jeffries called a draw. Kelly left the ring without a mark, while both of Papke's eyes were closed, and his cheek bones pounded to a pulp. Mugrath, Dec. Magrath Coal Co. are making some extensive improvements to their mine about six miles north of town. A new chute is being built and new scales are being erected. A new house is also being. built for the miners. Various other] improvements are being made. The i Company has recently been re-organ- j ix.rd and they will commence opera-j j tions on a much larger scale than for- j merly. Mr. P. G. Clark has been ap- j pointed us manager and a few more .j miners will be employed. j The coal that is now being mined j is of very good quality and che prob- 'abilities are that .the quality will get better as they penetrate further into the mine. meeting of the L. D. S. S. last Thurs day evening. Misses Grace and Woolley gave surprise party at thfir home. From all reports the party I must have been a success in every way. J The Old Folks' party which was gi. j ven in the Assembly here Friday evening was a great sucwss. j There were about fifty people t-nter- tained at a supper 'in tiio was a large o: sistance, as a result of the late con-! j thing that is good to cat and the old was read, Ordered filed. I people thoroughly on-eyed themselves, j The request of the secretary and In the evening a very good entertain-1 treasurer oi the School Board of Ed- j merit was given by a number of asking the council for jgrath people, principally Indies. teachers' salaries and to- titled "The wasgranted_ All the married people Magrath A number of accounts for labor re- were invited to the entertainment and ferred w the committce on -inance. la very large crowd was present. Thej Councilman Hammer asked for'the J entertainment -was very successful and report Qf the solicitor couwrn. 'the director, Mrs. Alstead, is to the turning over by him oi the. congratulated on the success of her j much.taiked of S.GO of salary to ex-J Constable Burns, who was dropped from his position -without having first Color, Flavor, Fragrance are .the strong points of NTSO PURE DON THE CARDERS IN !NC Daily Herald Market Place Whci you hive to sell or to reit plice it ii this culutna. If you want use this coluota. 25 c one insertion 6 insertions for SI SITUATIONS VACANT light book- keeping to stan Jan. 1st. Apply I Chow Sani Co. 4-0 RAM LAL'S PURE TEA It's RICH, CLEAR'COLOS, fresh FRAGRANCE and DELICIOUS FLAVOR have made it hosts of friends. Are YOU one yet IT IS PURE! Ram Lai's Tea is Sold onJy in Lethbridge by THE BENTLEY GO. LTD good general servant at once. Apply Mrs. C. M. Arnold, 1206 Dufferin St. 3-6 SITUATIONS WANTED POSITION and wife want a position on. farm or ranch. Thoroughly experienced. No encum- brance. Box X., Herald office. 1-6 efforts. A fine programme was ren- dered and at the conclusion, the iloor i was cleared and the old people had a been givea notice that his services i chance to avail themselves of an am- were no Ionger required. Solicitor Wallace stated that he had no report to make at present as he aesired to enjoyable amusement was brought to obtain more information upon the MEDICINE HAT EMPLOYMENT OFFICE P. J. Gonroy, Manager Help of all kinds supplied. Write stating wages paid and nature of employment. No charge to employer. young man, position on ranch; experienced. %p- ply David Craig, cjo Windsor Hotel, Lethbridge. ,2-6 by competent lady book-keeper. Capable of open- ing up set of books: Knowledge of typewriting. Address Bookkeeper, c-o Herald Office. 3-6 general of- fice experience, wonts job. Apply Box F., Herald. 3-6 usement which they practiced in their youth, namely, dancing. This very MOVING ADVANCED -i THE THATEN DUO in their Comedy Sketch entitled: I Coiboj's nominee, or Mistaken Identity" 1. Carman Danger 2. Flower of Youth. 3. Mason and Forbes 4. Seek and you shall find 5. Australia 6. Babeon Song... .When My Golden Hair Has Turned to Silver Gray Prices I5c and 25c Continuous Performance Starting at 7.30 a close about midnight. This day subject from Councilman bullock, ab- will long be remembered by those pre- j sent from the present Council meet- sent. The two oldest ladies were. Mrs. Bridge and Mrs. Dompier, who! are over 80 years old and two oldest gentlemen are Wood and Mr. Mercer, who are over 70. Pres- i ents were distributed in- the oourse of the evening to the oldest people as a mark of respect in. which they are j held by the people of the community. I "Along the Kennebec" Company; ing. j The professional boxing contest be- tween "Kid" Ho well, oi Seattle, Wash., and Tommy Snedden of Tab- or is creating considerable interest among the Taber sports. The bout will come off on the evening of Dec. 21st. i Polmatier Sisters at the Lyceum played to a fairly good house ?5c and last Friday evening. They gave very j Come good satisfaction and produced a good j _____________________________ _ play without the vulgar jokes, etc., j that are generally given at a com- edy. Mr. Sfels. Peterson was quietly mar- ried last Wednesday to Miss Ambero McBride. The nuptials were celebrat- Uneeda Copy! waicn tor me HERALD'S CHRISTMAS NUMBER on SATURDAY! IT'S SWELL Beautifully Illustrated Extra Copies 5c Order Now ed at the home of the bride's parents. Bishop Harker There are quite a tew farms chong- prngrgtTnT1p ing hands these days. Jensen Bros., who are about the largest fanners in the district, are on the market for a good many acres. They have bought a considerable quantity of land re- cently. The prices are fairly good, some of the land selling for per acre, unimproved. Mr. C. Bean has recently received Raymond Raymond, Dec. young La- dies' Mutual Association of --he Lat- ter Day Saints Church are having a grand bazaar in the meeting house to- day. The Clark family from Stirling has been engaged to take part in the the Canadian patent rights on his patent mail carrier. He was inform- ed by the Patent authorities that his invention was .quite practical and could not see anything that would stop the government from adopting the system. The hardest part of the matter, that of disposing of his oat- ent, now confronts the young invent- or. We hope that he will be success- ful. He also has the IT. S. patent. There was a high wind blowing here last week, but no was dons. There were no elections here for the Municipality as all the councillors were elected by acclamation. Mr. T. Allen has returned from Cardston. Leonard G-reeii of Lethbridge is in town. E. B. Sloan is in Lethbridge. Mr. Gibson from Calgary is in town. Three men from Cardston are busy taking the large barn of Mr. John 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 lands 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 you have any lands that are even 30 or 40 miles from a railroad let us have a description thereof. If you have any lands within reasonable distance of Edmonton or any other progressive city of Alberta, or if you have; say acres of exceptionally choice, clean, prairie lands, let us have full particulars, giving us the best price and the very best terms. These 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 Eealty Co-Operative Corporation, Ltd., 240 Jasper Avenue east, Edmon- ton, Alberta. P. 0. Box 802. 1-6 WORK woman Would work in hotel or clean offices. Write to M. B., Box 514 P. 0., City. 3-6 RESPECTABLE person wants day work, washing or cleaning. Address Box 470. Postoffice. Lethbridee. 5-6 FOR African veteran scrip, cheap. R. V. Gibbons, Ott Block. 288-0 Tenders Jochensen's to pieces, in order to re- move it to Cardston. Mrs. Asplun soon leaves for Fair- view, Utah, where she goes to visit her parents and friends. Mr. B. S. Young leaves for Utah land Post Office up to 12 o'clock, STORES TO RENT TO store to rent, close to corner Round and Dufferin Sts.; possession at first of year. Also ground floor office to rent, one of the finest in city; rent moderate. Skeith and Tilley, Phone 1971. 2-3 STORE TO Jan. 1st, store in Hill Block, now occupied by Budd Read. Apply E. J. Hill and Co. 26 FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR a bargain, one 16 horse-power Battle Creek American Advance engine, in good repair. For particulars enquire Harry Ambrose, auctioneer, Pincher Creek, Alta. 2-6 LOT WANTED WANTED TO building lot wanted on street having water and sewerage. Apply to P. O. Drawer L. 3-6 SEALED TENDERS for the erec-j tion of a school house at Bow Island, j Alta., size 31 x 23 ft. inside, 12 ft. j ceiling, will be received at Bow Is- take part again in the play "Confu- sion" to be played in Salt J.aUo City New Year's Eve by the Salt Lake Home Dramatic Company. Entire change of program at Pol- 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 A WORD TO CHRISTMAS Haste Merrie Christmas on your way Nor let your way be long, The Magrath band has been re-or- ganized. We would like to see the We welcome you with holiday boys take an interest in this work With laughter and with sonff. and we believe that they should be Forget that fragile shop-girl who given every encouragement. j Stands ten long h.ours because of "j you. Entire change of program at Pol- that fretful, crowding crew matier Sisters at Lyceum tonight. VfbQ your symbols throng. Taber Taber, Dec. lost night's ses sion of the town council but little business of importance was trans- acted. A letter addressed to the clerk and signed by a young promis- ing Scotcman of Lethbridge, who ap- parently is cognizant of the fact that Taber is in sore need or a. scavenger was read by the secretary. He states in his letter that he is a young man is thoroughly reliable, indulges in alcoholic stimulants and if grant- ed the position asked for, will move to Taber at once and proceed to business. The clerk was instructed to communicate with the gentleman forthwith. A letter of thanks from the Fernio relief sufferers for Tabor's liberal as- Haste Merrie Christmas, all our j With mirth and cheer is bright. Within your presence we carouse j With joyous friends and light. Forget amid yoxir feast and fun That home-sick country boy, alone i In some hall bed-room, with not one I To take his hand tonight. Hail, Merrie Christmas! haste and see For your rejoicing's sake. What mirth about our blossomed tree 1 Our dainty children make. Forget that mother who to-nipht In some chill tenement's poor light Holds little, giftless children tight And dreads to see them wake. Forget and welcome thrice to us I The well -content and prosperous. j Garrison, in Life, j Ehlire change of pPGjjrSiii St C matier Sisters at Lyceum tonight. SCAVENGING. Anyone desiring scavenging done or closets cleaned, apply at Police Sta- tion. 99-26 LETHBRIDGE SCHOOL OF SHORT- HAND Oddfellows' Building. Day and Evening Classes. Terms on application. Dec. 16-lm The Herald Job Department a Specialty Commercia oc t T r? r? T TTVTAM TJTTTWT added to our stock today, imported direct from the Old Country. When in nec-d of Floor Coverings come to this store for that is our specialty. You are always sun-, of an immense range select, from with prices the lowest that the most advancer! business methods can make. Il: you will just make a start buying here we will make you a satisfied customer. Turpiri Furniture Co. Everything for the Home ARTICLES WANTED. I PAY CASH 2ND HAND What is the good of putting away things that you can't use or wear, such as cast-off clothing, etc. I pay cash for all old clothing shoes, hats, guns, pistols, 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'. O., Lethbridge. 06-6 Coal mmiaf ot the Dominion io '.be Yukon Territory, tHe North-West Territories and British may ue tor a term of twenty-one years at an annual rental of an acre. Not more than acres will be leased to one applicant. Application for a lease must made to the Agent or Sub- Agent ol the district in which the rights ap- plied for are situated. in surveyed territory tae lao' be described by sections, or U gai subdivisions of. sections, aod ia unsurveyed territory the tract appli- ed for dhall be staked out. Each application must be accom- panied by a fee of 15, which will refunded if the rights applied for art not available but not otherwise. royalty shall be paid on the mer- chantable output of the urine at rate of five cents per too.V Every lessee of coal .mining which are not being operated shall furnish the district Agent of Domin- ion Lands with a sworn statement to that effect at least once in each year. The lease will include the 004! mining rights only, but the leaee ma? be permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may be con- sidered necessary for the working of the mine at the rate of flO an acre. For full information application should be made to the Secretary oi the Department of the Interior. Ot- tawa, or any Agent or Bub-Agent oi Dominion. LancU. W. W. COKY. Deputy Minister of the Interior N.B. Unauthorised publication ot this advertisement will not be tor. SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS FURNITURE FOR SALE. FURNITUKE FOR of all modem 7-roomed cottage for sale. Substantial weathered oak, nearly new. Must dispose of at once. A bargain. House may be rented. Apply Box 150 X, Herald Office. 4-3 HOUSE FOR SALE FOR roomed house 2X blocks from Central School; furnace, bath and electric light; cash handles it. Apply E Cook, Box 333 city. 4-6 ARTICLES FOR SALE FOR Whaley Royce best make slide trombone, new condition. S20, down, balance installments. Address Box X, Herald Office. 97-0 Any person who is the sole head ct a family, or any male over 18 years Id, may homestead a quarter-section T available Dominion land in Mani- toba, Saskatchewan or Alberta, xhe applicant must appear in person at the Dominion .Lands Agency or Sub Agency for the district. Entry; bj proxy may be made at any agency on certain conditions, by fattier. mother, son, daughter, brother or sin ter of intending homesteader. months' residence upon cultivation of the land in of three years. A homesteader live within nine miles of his home- stead on a farm of at least 80 acres 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 13.00 per acre. Duties. reside six months in each of six years from date of entry (including the time required to earn homestead patent) and cultivate fifty acres extra A homesteader who has exhausted' his homestead right find cannot .ob- tain a pre-emption may take a chased homestead in certain districts. Price per acre. reside six months in of three years, cultivate fifty acres and erect a house worth W. W. GOBY. Deputy of the Minister of the Interior. publication ol this advertisement will not be paid GOOD BUSINESS OPENING. For sale or rent, in a new town, a j now building, in good location; suit- able for general store or restaurant; good opening for either. For full par- ticulars apply to E. T. McGregor. J office P.O. Block, or Box 387, Leth-j bridge, Alta. 1-6 I j Coal, Ice and IDRAYINGI Western Transfer Co. f LONGrBROS.Proprietore 4 Office opposite Balmoral f PHONE: 63 T TO THE PUBLIC Letterheads Bill Heads Statements Envelopes Business Cards Receipt Forms TELEPHONE 106 car, on Saturday jiiglu, a siruill black and white collie Oojr. with reddish nose. Answers-- 'o tho niinift of "Sport." Finder suitably! by leaving with John Tay- lor at Hick Hardware Co. 3-0 PONY EXPRESS. If you wish your parcels, trunks, or b.igyngr. delivered quickly, ring up Ed. Rochtel, Phone No. 302. Of- fice in AlcKoovt'n Hardware Co. 4-26 Entire change of program at Pol- latisr Sisters at Lyceum tonight. We have bought out the Star Transfer Co. Braying outfit, and are prepared to execute all orders for DRAYING promptly satisfactorily. Coal delivered promptly. Cas.h on delivery. J. S. Phillips A. L. Patteson Phone 70 Office in ft Gbw's Store 4'