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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 18, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta FAOt FIVt LlTMMlDOt that Fit-Reform Suits and Overcoats axe always in perfect style and they wiD give excellent iervice---ihat they are the best values, foe the money, m Canada._ This trademark guarantees that every ga -_ ._ Lauder and Potts a Draw Color, Flavoiv Fragrance are the strong points, of bearing it, must give complete and lasting satisfaction of your money back. Behind this trademark is the Fit-Reform Company, founded in Canada of hand-tailored garments. Fall styles are ready. up. McKELVIE McGUIRE Sole Agents for L EdmOiUoo, Dec. one of uiiufwst ever seen in' Al- PoUs, Minneapolis, went 15! to a draw. The decision was .good one and pleased the crowd which WB.K hoping that a draw was the ouly decision that could be fcivca. The bout-from'start'to finish was a good one and by far the best ever seen tore. Lauder .was in good shape and was very fast and bis' splendid footwork alone saved him from a knockout, as he was tired after the getaway from a, heavy uppercut or straight left. Potts laid back fyr a knockout but the little Scot was careful and never gave Potts, a chance to land his hea- vy fiet. J'.Buny in the earlietf. rounds did not land as often as, Lauder did but when he did put his right or left on Lauiier's jaw or wind, it shook little Scot every time. Potts proved very clever in avoiding Laud- er's left jabs as he took quite a num- ber of them on his gloves and the bal- ance be stopped with his jaw. ..Lauder was careful not to mix it and he put I up one. of his famous running fights, being in the middle of the ring jabbing Potts oue second and the next he was j over on the other side of the ring (with Potts nowhere near him. Iu the (fifth round Potts got in a hard ono to Billy's wind and made the Cal- Uary boy take notice. Only during the last two rounds did Potts come but and iollow Lauder step for step UeraU Market toes tiytaiaf to idt tt reat pUce it it ihfe if wait itic for SI 1AM LAL'S PURE TEA It'i RICH, CLEAR CO LOB, fresh FRAGKAKCE and DELICIOUS FLAVOPi have made it boats of friends. Are YOU one jet? IT IS PURE! Ram LaTt Tea Sold oaJy in LetHbridfe by THE BENTLEY CO. LTD. Lady to do keeping to start Jan. Chow Sain Co. light book- 1st. Apply 4-0 good general servan at once. Apply Mrs. C. JM. Arnold 1206 Dufierin St. 3-6 OF COAL MINING RfQ ULATIOMS young man, position on farm or ranch; experienced. Ap- ply David Craig, Windsor Hotel, Lethbridge. Coal richu ot DomioJUw in UanitoX katcbewan, alberta, the Territory; Territories and Briiub Colunroia, may be ioaarfd iot wsiui ol at annual rental of ii an acre. Not more thau will be leased to one applicant. Application tor lease muit made to the Agent or Bub-agent oi the district in which the rifhU ap- plied lor are situated. In surveyed territory the must be described by or U gal subdivisions of sections, and in unsurveyed territory the tract appli- ed shall be staked-out. Each application must be 2-6 tenders off watcli, cab drivers whose vehicles stood at the crowded awaited their revelling fares, chaui-j feurs, dance hall.'singers, and petty politicians crowded about, mingling with the to whom they looked with the eye that worships power. CLEANING UP THE. PASS. New Head Making Record for Franlc, Dec. Pajxsr says the police and the police "magistrate have been having a busy time of it- the past week. Corporal Moses, the new head of the local detachment, whose reputation as a thorough going officer preceded him, is going after the undesirables in characteristic fashion, and with the efficient" assistance from Constable Hoimden, is rapidly a reputation for himself for efficient work. Police Martin "has in consequence been kept" hearing cases ranging from serious assault to petty The most important case of the week was that in which Gregog ack was charged with assault and Wasil Cyepil as accessory for fearful- ly beating up Wm. Gordy. All arc Slavs living -at Hillcrest. Tuesday last it was charged., the-two attack- ed Gordy and while Cyepil held Gor- heiuT with i Oordy had his and during that time the bout was akul'l crushed and was "terribly bnnV the fastest of the evening. Jimmy ed up. The evidence again.t Cyepil put- oil he knew to land a'Jnoctout being conflicting, he was discharged and -ome of his uppercuts, had they but Kinaclc was held, for trial in landed, square on any-part of Laud- bonds of which he furnished, er's jaw, the referee could have count- ed a hundred before he would have r i ooened his eyes, but Billy usually that of Gcrmafee Riduurd place where Potts "Another' case from Hillcrest 3M PEOPLE IN A FIT. Last night at the "Eureka 300 peo- ple went into a-fit of laughter when Mr. Thaten fell from the chandelier with a pile of bricks on top of him. His troubles with the. ladder and the picture kept-the house in an uproar MCDICIHE HAT EMPteYMENI OFfltt F. J. Conroy, Manager Help of all kinds supplied, stating paid and n tture of employment. No charge to employer. by competent lady book-keeper. Capable of open- ing up set books. Knowledge ol typewriting. Address Bookkeep c-o Hevold Office. 3-6 general of- fice experience, wants job. Apply Box F., Herald.. 3-6 (WORK woman j Would work in hotel or clean offices. Write to M. B., Box 514 P. 0., City. 3-S RESPECTABLE person wants day washing or cleaning. Address Box 470, Postoffice, Lethbridge. 5-6 LOST-Off settler's car, on Saturday could knock him. out. fined for disorderly conduct. In this" case, it appears that the trouble arose over The style of thp two men were as too much different, as night and day. Pottr attention to his wife. As Lalliot has stood up to take all that was com considerable? ot reputation as a Lo- ing and never broke ground while Lau thano- haying broken up at least one der .was here; there and everywhere, other Corporal took When Billy Brown announced the two steps to see that ho left the district, men he announced La'uder as still the These and other arrests made dur- lightweight champion of Canada, as ing the week reached quite a large a lose title had to .be.beaten total, alt of "which were heard and and not given a raw deal. These re- disposed of in .police court. They marks-brought a great ovation from were mostly of minor importance and the house. After the bout Lauder UIVLUIU ACIJU J 'U-i IV for ,20 minutes. The thorough test j night, a small biack and white colue MrS Thaten'gives 'the new coach-: dog, witlv reddish nose. Answers Jo man, is one the "boys of our city the name of-Sport." Finder suitably would not care to undergo to win the! with. John iay- i____i XT_I 1m- at. Hiok Hardware Co. 3-U hand of any fair damsel. Not one j lor at Hick Hardware Co was ever known "to-haVF the blues r PONY EXPRESS. If you wish your parcels, after making' a visrtUo the Eureka. Just ask your friend- how he enjoyed I the performance .at -the Eureka night, and iflie say it was the up Ed. Bechtel, Phone No 302. best and most enjoyable evening he 'fice in McKeown Hardware Co. LAND FOR SALE panied by a fee oi 15, which will refumled ii the rights applied tor are uot available but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the mer- chantable output of the inine at thfe rate nl five cents per ton. Every of coal mining which are not being operated shall furoish the district Agent oi Domin- ion Lands with a sworn statement to that eSect at least oacc in each year. The lease will liicluJe the coal mining rights only, but the lesee maj be permitted to purchase available surface rights may be con- sidered necessary for the working ol the mine at the, rate of an acre. For full information application should be made to the Secretary ot the Department of the Interior. Ot- tawa, or any Agent or Sub-Agent oi Dominion Lands. W. W. CORY, FOR Sou tli African veteran scrip, cheap. R. V. Gibbons, Ott 288-0 FOR lots on Ashinead St., at each; 1-3 cash, balance easy. H. Macbeth Agency, P.O. Block. >0 Deputy Minister of the Interior Unauthorized publication ol tor. advertisement will not be were in'connection, chiefly, with Cor- pofal Moses' 'design to clean up the district; Don't Zamloch and Co.-at said Potts had the hardest punch of any man he ever had been up against. He_had put. in all he knew, to knock [him out but he could not do it. 'Potts said, "1 think I can beat Lauder and would like to, meet him ever spent in Lethbridge, I lose. Watch the bill for Xmas week at the Eureka. Pincher Creek dy down, Kinack pounded, him on the- .Lyceum' tonight. Pincher Creek, Dec. Granderson Hizon and Annie, daugh- ter of August Wilson Shoultz, of Pincher Creek, were'married on Mon- day, Dec. 14th, by Rev. W. G. James. The work of enlarging remodelling our itore ia, now completed. Jnatalled- a new of fixtures and now tfave as a store can be found in Southern are throwing our a tore open for inspection from Monday until Thnri- diy next week, and we want you to visit us and see our display of Xinas -Meats. again. I had hard work to make the but at that I stand a good chance, to WnocJc. him out; and expect to if he will roe Both.jnen went to_tKe floor once, but were not down even long enough to'start counting, Potts catching Lauder received applause several times ducking a right-wing of Potts', w went down it was a half-slip.- Lauder received apklause several times for his smart work and particularly in coming quick- with a left jab. Nei- ther man was marked up much as Potts took a lot of blows with time-' y blocking, while Lauder either side- stepped, ducked or jumped back. When the men entered the ring Potts look- ed very thin and showed signs of hard work, but nad a very congenial jV on his face.; Lauder was in fine shape except- for being a trifle pale around the. eyes. CLEANING. or window clean- Apply J. Hayes, caretaker La- bor Hall. 5-3 FOR on Coutts St., close to school, at each; 1-3 cash, bal- ance; easy. H. Macbeth Agency, P.O. :6-0 _ SCAVErlGlNG. An'yone desiring scavenging done or closets, cleaned, apply at Police Sta- llillllllililll tiliiililiilAiU Uneeda Copy! Watch for the HERALD'S CHRISTMAS NUMBER TOMORROW IT'S SWELL Beautifully Illustrated Extra Copies ANNUAL DEBAUCH AT CHICAGO. Ftnt Ward Ball Was, if AnythinB, Worse Than in Former Years. Chicago, Dec. deplorable event which annually shocks Chica- go, the First "Ward "ball, was held last night "and this morning in the Coli- seum; under the auspices of two men elected to positions of responsibility and in integral parts of the government of the second largest city in the union, the orgy took place. Alderman Coughlin, of the First Ward, he who has represented in thej City Council a certain district of the' iity in which are gathered and housed .he submerged, thousands, the deni- zens of the under world, was respon- sible for the denning scenes which were enacted in the great hall until nearly sunrise this morning. "It's On Dec.- 13th, to Mr; and Mrs. P. Passmore, a daughter. On llth, to the" wife Rev. J. JF.'Hunter, a son. At the Memorial "Hospital, on 1 Thursday, Dec. 17th, to Mr. arid Mrs.; John -Fourhier, a son: A" Christmas' entertainment in con- nection with the Methodist Sunday school will be held next Wednesday evening, Dec. 23rd. Mr. N. Patton. of Gttlingham, left yesterday for his old. home in New Glasgow, Nova Mr, H. Mclntyre lelt on Wednes- day on a three months' vacation. Prior to brothe Oddfellows gave him sup- per in the Waldorf Mr. M. Hattori spent a few.days with friends in town. returned to Spokane today. _ Mr.' "Roy Thompson5 was called East this week through the "illness of his father. The Pincher Creek' Minstrel Troupe is progressing favorably! A program has been drawn up, and the first con- cert will be held some time in Feb ruary. The Polmatier Sisters'will occupy the boards here on Monday night. Mr. Graham, formerly of the New York Journal, is in. town this week. Never" before in the history of Pincher Creek have skating enthusi- asts btren able to indulge in that In replying to ads in this column kindly follQW instruc. tiou stated, in the ad. The Herald cannot give any addi- tional-information regarding -the matter or the advertiser. FOE SALE4-South African arid half- breed scrip for sale; prices right; im- mediate delivery; financial .securit guaranteed. Apply J. McGovern, Windsor Hotel, or P.O. 6-fi STORES TO RENT STORE TO Jan. 1st store in Hill Block, now occupied b> Budd Apply E. J. Hill and Co. 26 FOR EXCHANGE SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS FOR a horse-power .Battle bargaia, one 16 Creek American Advance :engine, in good repair. For particulars enquire Harry Ambrose, auctioneer, Pincher Creek, Alta. 2 6 SEALED TENDERS for the erec- tion of a school house at Bow Island, Alta., size 3L x 23 ft. inside, 12 ft. received at Bow Is- land Post Office up to 12 o'clock, rioon, 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 FOR SALE OR For a working- :horse, a good organ. Apply to John Taylor, Co. co Hick Hardware 7-6 LOT WANTED TO building lot wanted on street having water and sewerage. Apply to P. 0 Drawer L. 3-6 Dover, En g., uec. The Swedish steamer Lindsholznen, 803 tons, went fascinating pastime in such a manner as they did on Tuesday night, when about 40 young people went to .ind amused themselvta for over an hour. The lake affords ample scope for skating, being over an of ir.sgr.ificent ice, and the skaters enjoyed themselves to the full that glorious exercise so dear to the hearts of Canadians. Alter 'skat in? the party repaired to the Waldor HOUSE FOR SALE FOR roomed house 2% 'blocks''from' Central School; furnace, down off Goodwin Sands this morn- ng, following a collision with the German steamer Frederick H. Muiier, 333 city. 97 tons, :from Grimsby'-, i or Stock- nolni. Eight of the crew of the Lind- bath and electric light; cash handles it. Apply E J. Cook, Box lohnen were: drowned. ors-were landed here. Tlie surviv- A WEALTHY RELATIVE. Madoc, Dec. Hughe Ross, an uncle of Thomas Ross and Miss Ann Ross, of Madoc, died in California, leaving an" estate of tate. 4-5 Any person who is the sole head ii a iamiiy.'or any male over 18 years may homestead a.quarter-section 0' available Dominion land in Mani- toba, Saskatchewan or Alberta, jjhe applicant must appear in person at the Dominion Lands Agency or Sub Agency for the district. Entry by proxy may be made at any agency on certain- conditions, by father mother, sou, daughter, brother or PW ter of intending homesteader. months' residence upoa cultivation of the land in of three years. A homeakader may live within nine miles of his home- stead on a farm of at least 80 aco-a solely and occupied by him 01 by .his father, mother, son, daughter, brother or sister. In certain districts- a homesteader in good standing may pre-empt quarter-section alongside his home- stead. Price 13.00 per acre. Duties. reside-six month a in each of six years from date of homestema entry (including the time required to earn homestead patent) and cultivate fifty acres extra A homesteader who has exhausted his homestead right and cannoi ob- ARTICLES FOR SALE FOR A Whaley Royce best make slide trombone, new condition. down, balance installments. Address Box 3T Herald Office. 97-0 tain a pre-emption may take a chased homestead in certain districta. Price 53.00 per acre. BOARD. or without first-class boarding house. They may share in the Round St. Apply. 416 7-6 the, best Alderman a splftndw sprcati lin over and over again. The awaitinc them. An tufonnal .dance Ward statesman's choice of an hrfd in hall adjoining the uve was open to criticism. It _oom> which was kept upuntn the ever. ono o'clock. Altogether it was Without interference by the ,nost enjoyable event of any held but with the .able assistance of more and another party is al- ready boing spoken of. Midnight mass will be held in St. Michael's Roman Catholic church on Thursday, Dec. 24th. Mr... Still, teller of the Canadian Bank of Commcree here, lo.ft today on-a two vreeks' vacation to his home DISCOVERED LAUGHiNG GAS. Paris, Dec. Franco-American commission has been formed to take charge of the erection in-Paris of v monument to the memory of Horace Wells, a Hartford, Cobru, dentist, to whom is accredited-the discovery oi laughing gas. TO RENT. Must reside six months in ea'A of three years, cultivate fiity acres and erect a house worth ?300.00. W. W. CORY, Deputy of the Minister of the Interior. Unauthorized publication ol this advertisement will not be paid for. FIVE-ROOMED house for rent, on Torrance Ave., North Ward large d for garden and chickens. W. R. than :JOO members of Chicago's police1 Order Now force, the First Ward ball was held. Membrra of-tho City .Council: high in the city government in offi- cial positions and dignity; members of the State Government, representa- tives snd mingled in the vast, cosmopolitan crowd, with men ancfc women rvhom they would pass by with scorn at_any other timo at a First Ward ball and an election For and New HoHdays the Canadian Pacific Rail- way announces a of fare and one-third for the round tHp. on for Christmas, December 21, 22, 23, 24 and 25, for New Years, De- cember 28, 29, 30 and 31 and January f, final return limit on all tickets, January 5, 1909. 7-15 Dobbin. 7-6 House without furniture; ply to Box 1333. to rent, with state rent. or Ap- 6-3 t TO furnished room, suit- able for one or tvro gentlemen. Ap- ply 1246 Bompas St., east of R.N.W. in Lloydmin5tcrj Cracket, of Medicine formerly of Pincher Creek, re- tnrned to (oxcn star. Ckra Rogers. of Frank, M.P. Barracks. 6-6 ROOMS TO or without board. Apply Mrs. R. Adam, near Rartlett and Fisher 7-6 Coal, Ice and PRAYING Western Transfer Co. LONG BROS.Proprietora Office opposite Balmoral PHONE 63 The tvfo or more police- j in town at is men for duty the Coli- seum last night had their orders. They had been told in the vernacular of the department, "to let everything and they Tho lower crust of society had its annual revel, teen thousand persons great auditorium. Ten mill MUM tiiif OFF5CERS OF NO. :o Masonic Lodgo, Xo. .1 A.F. nnri A.M.. G.R.A., met, for tl Fif- S olvction of officfrs last nighf, when the tbc tmrc thousand i A. C. Messer; S.W., D. May; J.W., more shrieked and pushed and fought, i G. Wlielan; Treasurer, J. T. Graham; io get into the hall. j Secretary, G. V. Storkey; Tyler, Ed To complete the assemblage, '.-very; Chaplin. Tho installation will take thief out of captivity was bat-'place on Jan. 28. ESTABLISHED 1864 h Rank nf -m r TTT1 IT HEAD OFFICE, MONTREAL Paid-up Reserve and Undivided Profits.............. AccMmts of Firmcrs and Ranchers Solicited Drafts Money Orders Letters of Credit Savings Bant Department e Branch: Block, Redpath St. f TO THE PUBLIC We have bought out the Star Transfer Co. Draymg onitu, and are preparai to execute all orders'for DRAYING promptly satisfactorily. i Cai h on delivery. j. S. ftiits A. L Phone 70 Office in Nelson A: Gow's Store ;