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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 19, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDQE, AtBERTA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER II, Our new store in juit Completei iu time for Christ- mas. We wiil be to show our patrons the Ur- gett and beat stock ever shown in this city, Our Prime Steer .Beef and other Fresh Meats are unexcelled iu quality, We have taken special care to assort our poultry. We also have a full line Q'L Delicacies, such as Oystars. Crabs, Shrimps, Lobsters, California and a variety Fresh uud Smoked Fish. Give us a call and we will do our utmost to satisfy you. Piche (gl Miron Tater Tiber, Dec. ahd Mrs. R. A. and son left this week' for home in Lethbridge, after kav- iac enjoyed a delightful visit with Mr. and Mrs. B, W. Wright, ;Mrs._John_Bishpp yes- terday at 2 p. m. at arraaf- birthday party ia honor of the sixth. aniilverKary of her -little daugh- ter Zina, 'The merry little gathered at the home of Mrs. John Oriinsbn, and the .happy style in which. they entertained in songs, rec- itations and games was truly inter- days at Taylor Avenue and Third North the young couple were returning to Taber after- the wedding one of their horces suddenly became sick and died upojdl the prairie. Mortifying it have been to tho blushing young, couple when the surviving attached to the double seated Raymond Raymond, Doe. Leslie Nils- son who apaut tha past in Southera Alberta left this morning for his homo tri Monroo, Sevicr Co., JJUh. The cUnce given by the Y.L.M.I.A. evening a grand success. A good many young people from Stir- ling were Among those from (Stirling .were Hisses Hilyu. ObUUiiu, Hazel Clark, Messrs. Joe and Albert Brmodley, Highly Secly and Lmuri Nilwwn. Many people of Southern Alberta are leaving every day for Utah. Mr, Clark Scott left today. Mrs. Alber- ta Jacobs and children leave Satur- day for Utah where they will spend. Christmas holidays. Mrs. C. Strong and children, .are leaving Saturday, also for the south, Lucy Scovel lias returned to her homy after .spending several months at the Brigham Young Uni- versity, Provo, Utah. Invitations ,are being issued to the Color, Flavor, Fragrance are the strong points of marriage of Miss Maud McMullen to Mr, Thomas Ott at .the meeting house, Wednesday, Dec, 30. rig conveyed them slowly through the Mr. Farn Kimball is establishing a Daily HeraU Market Whet you have aaytkitf to sett or to real plscc it is tkift ctlaina. wist ate tkU 25c iaserliot k for SYNOPSIS OF COAL MININQ 4 SITUATIONS VACANT RAM LAL'S PURE TEA It's RICH; CLEAR COLOR, fresh FRAGRANCE and DELICIOUS FLAVOR have made it hosts of friends. Are YOU one yet? IT IS PURE! IUm Lftl's Tea is Sold onJy ia Lethbridge by THE BENTLEY CO. LTD. giii for general housework. Apply Mrs. John A. Sil- ver, Baroness Eoad. 8-6 WANTED-Lady to do light book-, keeping to start Jan, 1st. Apply Chow Sain Co. 4-0 good general servant at once. Apply Mrs, C. M. Arnold, 1206 Duffer in St. 3-6 SITUATIONS WANTED by competent lady book-keeper. Capable of open- ing up set of books. Knowledge of typewriting. Address Bookkeeper, c-o Herald Office. 3-G crowded streets their new home, the old r adage, it of Taber to' But according to might have been Dainty refreshments were served Miss Ziua was the recipient of cute presents from her little friends. Those present were Maudie Burns, Emma Fraser, Zina Bishop, Leon Walton, Murita'Crimson and Noble Hobbs. Mr. Earl Harding and Miss Ruby Lyons quietly left town Monday night last lot Salt Lake City to wed. T, H. Rafferty and family, have re- turned from, an extended viait to Se- attle and several B- C. points. Mrs. Minnie Wessman was bosUtt at an informal afternoon affair on Monday. Kow that tho cobble stones and boulders on. Main street that'have for tiie weeks been a'menace And' an. eye sore to the general public and to strangers, as well have been cleared away, the strebt presents far more attractive- appearance. The town paid for the coarse mater ial being hauled and deposited upon streets but a private citizen yes terday hired men with wheelbarrow anid shovels to remove the unsightly and loose boulders from the street the result of which places the main thoroughfare in a somewhat more re- spectable condition. The piles of re- fuse now lie along the south side" of the street and it is to be hoped.that. many moons some other enterpria ing; .ratepayer with waggon.and team will .convey them, to some far-off-cou- lee where they so justly belong. worse. Many people are upon our streets today iu their shirt be- ing too cumbersome. The tempera- ture registers 50 degrees Fahrenheit. No wind, dry streets, and a more healthful spot-in. unknown. Stirling class m .Tho primary of the Latter Day Saints Church, will give a childrens' dance and render a programme, on Saturday next, in honor of the Mor- mon prophet, Joseph Smith's birth- day. Mr. David Fawns who has been on a mission for the past two years has returned to his home in, Raymond. Raymond, Dec. of the teachers of the public school are leav- Stirling, Dec. was- a good attendance of men of Stirling at he' meeting called to organize a Board of Trade. After a free discus- sion on the need and work of such an ing at Christmas, leaving are Misses Those who are McRae, Calder, Myers yesterday with organization it was decided to go ahead, The election of officers resulted as follows: President, W. T. Ogden. Vice-PresioVent, F.. D." :Steed.' Secretary-treasurer, Dr. Kiellor. Executive the officers, and Messrs. A. E. Fawns, J. Holmes and R, A. Davis. r The executive committee was in- structed to investigate and report on any further organization necessary. The membership fee was set at two dollars and nearly every man present joined. The officers-elect were each called- on for a speech. Everything seems to show a bright prospect ahead for Stirling this New Year. A meeting of the Stirling brass band is called for Saturday night at o'clock. The post office has been moveol and Oicr, Jr., is "now postmaster. A peat building has been, erected by Mr. Oler especially for the post office ab- out opposite the store of Mr. J. W; Hardy. Davis and Julien. Teachers have at- ready been engaged to take take their places.. -They are Miss Monroe, -Miss Allen, Miss -Dessa Johnson, and Mr. B. Smith. Miss Allen and Mr. Smith are from Raymond" and Miss Johnson is from- Taber. pupils of Miss McRae's room to- NOTICB IS HEREBY GIVEN that the ROYAL COLLIERIES, LIMITED will make application to the Legis- lative Assembly of the Province of Alberta at the next regular session thereof for an act authorizing them to coostruct and Operate a railway of standard guage from a point on the Crow's Nest" Branch of the Canadian. Pacific Railway .2123 feet West of Lethbridge Junction to a point on the South Westr Quarter of Section 32 in Tow-nship W. 4th M. and to acquire by lease or otherwise tne spur line now under construction between the said points together "with ;all powers incidental was of Ontario arrived a- -car of fine work horses. Also a car' 'of household ef- fects, farm implements and machinery The gentleman has purchased 320 ac- res of land from the Y. Ranch are giving her a surprise party day. Mr. and Mrs.' Paul Smith leave in the morning for -Salt Lake City. They will go through the temple and spend holiday with friends. The Presbyterian Sunday School will have the Christmas programme Tuesday, Dec. 22. The play "Confusion" which played by the Raymond Home matic "Club was a great success. A arge audience was present. The play is a very funny one and was enjoyed by all present. Miss Ruth; Johnson of Taber has been visiting her sister The High School LiteFary Society will, have their meeting Wednesday, 23; instead of Friday. A good debate is being prepared. k Tho prize money for "the" fair is be- ing distributed: today. to the construction, operation and ac- quisition of the said line of Railway as DATED at Lethbridge tnis 30th day of November, A. 1908. ROYAL COLLIERIES, LIMITED J. B. Secretary. MEDICINE HAT ENPUIVNERT OfflCt P. J. Conroy, Manager Help of all kinds supplied. Write stating wages paid and nature of employment. No charge to employer. general of- fice experience, wants job. Apply Box F., Herald. 3-6 FOU settler's car, on Saturday night, a small black and white collie dog, witli reddish nose. Answers the name of "Sport." Finder suitably rewarded by leaving with John Tay- lor at Hick Hardware Co. 3-O WORK WANTED-Young woman Would work in hotel or clean offices. Write to M. B., Box 514 P. 0., City. RESPECTABLE person wants day vrork, washing or cleaning. Address Box 470, Postoffice, Lethbridge. 5-6 LAND FOR SALE FOR Africa n veteran scrip, cheap. R. V. Gibbons, Ott Block. 288-0 Coal nuuioA rifbu o( the iu MaoitoX kfttchewtn, AltMttft. the Yakoo lecriJory, the Territories aod British Colunroia, ouf be Kiitfd for term ot twenty-oae yeara at in annual rental of fl aa acre. Not more than acrea wil) w leased to one applicant. Application for a bn made to the Agent or Sub-Afeut ol the district in which the ap- plied for are Situated. !D surveyed territory the UB' must be described by OK U gal subdivisions of aud uuaurveyed territory the rid for shall be staked out. Each application must be paiiied by a fee of which will refunded if the rights applied foe an not available but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid -m the nor- chantable output of the aiine 'at of frve ceuU per too. Every of coal mining which are not being operated thai! uraish the district Agent of Domla- on Lands with a eworn statement ia that effect at least once io each year. The lease will include the ood mining rights oaly, but the leaee may .permitted to purchase whaievet available aurfaoe righta may be con- sidered necettuy for the working ol tbe mine at the rate of an acre. For full information Application hould be made to the Secretary oft the Department of the Interior, Ot- tawa, or any Agent or of Dominion W. W. OOBY. ARTICLES FOR SALE. FOR coat, in good condition; medium size, rat lining, Persian lamb collar; bargain. Ap- ply Box'-.isiM, Herald Office. FOR lots on Ashmead St., at each; 1-3 cash, balance easy H. Macbeth Agency, P.O. Block. 6-0 FOR on Coutts St., close to school, at each; 1-3 cash, bal ance easy. H. Macbeth Agency, P.O Block. 6-O Co. arid intends placing, all under cul- tivation sprihg.- Mrs. J. Nilsson .entertained a num- ber of ;her friends most, pleasantly at a Kensington on Tuesday afternoon. By request of the citizens of Coal City, the "Spinsters' Convention" will be produced there on. the 3lst :Miss Donnetta .Smith and Mr. Rob- ert both of-Taber, were married at Raymond on the Idth Ths- Mr. Brandley, will now hava -more room stock of boots and shoes.. Mr. Leo. Hardy has left on a holi- day trip. It is said he will return with a better half. Twenty-eight tickets were'sold in one morning at Stirling station. A number took the train for Leth- bridge tcnight, among whom wore Mr. Turpin Young and Miss A. Mich- elson. has "returned from Chicago reporting business flourish- ing. inst. by Bishop -John Anderson. A re- ception was given at the home of Mr. James Shirts, on Wednesday- evening, attended by only: the relatives. An elaborate wedding .supper was served and many beautiful presents .were re- ceived by the-popular young couple; Mr. and JVTra. Workman will be at home to their friends after the hoH- Black Spring Black Spring Valley, Dec, 19. Christmas is drawing near. Eemem- ber to bring your Xmas presents to' the tree in the Bowville Hall Dec. 24. great many of the- farmers can be seen on to C. N. R. DENIES IT. Toronto, Dec. D. Mann, of the Canadian Northern, denied today the story that his road -had taken over the-Wisconsin Central in order to get into Chicago. chickens _and turkeys nowadays. Quite a number oi "new buildings have been put up in the .Valley this fall. Among them is a new barn on Mr. Win.-Fry's homestead, new house Clarence Degroff's quarter. Miss Olga Brandvold is making pre- parations 5 to go to North Dakota, visit or to stay. To maintain order, excellence and harmony in the territory immediate- ly under one's own hat, will keep one fairly well employed. FURNITURE FOR SALE. 'URKITURE FOR f all modern 7-roomed cottage for ale. Substantial weathered oak, nearly new. Must dispose of at once, bargain. House may be rented. Box 150 Herald Office. 8-6 IT HAS MADE A HIT wiht every one 'that appreciates de licious bottled beer. The nursing mother, the tired "father, and every orie that is oat of sort3 anc needs bracing feel, the benent- from Letb-Dridge beer. Don't neglec to have a case howe. It an appetizer before meals; and soother at LETHBRIDGE BREWINGS MALTING COMPANY, Ltd PONY EXPRESS. If you wish your parcels, tranks, or baggage delivered quickly, ring up Ed. Bechtel, Phone No, 302., Of fice in McKeown Hardware Co. 4-26 Deputy Minuter of tba Interior pablimtion ol Lhie adtertUemeot will mot be tor. FOR African and half- breed scrip for sale; prices right; im- mediate delivery; financial security guaranteed. Apply ;J. McGovern, Windsor Hotel, or P.O. 6-6 FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR SALE OR a working norse, a good organ. .Apply to Hick Hardware Co. 7-6 SCAVENGING. Anyone desiring scavenging done or closets cleaned, apply at Police Sta- tion. 99-20 In replying to ads in' this column kindly follow instruc- tion stated in the ad. The Herald cannot give any addi- tional information regarding the matter or the advertiser. if. if. FOR of black driving horses and one bay saddle horse; snap at owner leaving country Apply Manager Hudson's Bay Co. 8-6 LOT WANTED WANTED TO building lot wanted on street hav water and sewerage. Apply to P. O Drawer L. SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- Mrs. Robt. Burns visited at T. IJolan's the first of the week. T- Dolan and Ira Burns made a trip to Granum the first the week. >There is strong' talk of starting a M. W. A.-1 lodge at.Bowville. Bennie Brandvold and Engold Dah- ler made-a trip to town the first of the week.; Help i The leap year dance on Dec. help you. the Bowville Hall a grand suc- A large crowd was present, and all had a gcoi-time. C. Thomson is expected home any day. -f Mr. Nate Frank; Lud- ington took dinner at Ira Burns' on unday. and everybody will is a list that will make Christmas' Shopping easier for China Cabinets Rocking Chairs Beds 5 o'clock Tea Tables Wardrobes Dresser Tables Sideboards Centre Tables Tabcrettes Jardinieres Buffets Parlor Suites Pictures Hall Racks Book Cases Cheffoniers Dining Sets Kitchen Cabinets Extension Tables Medicine Cabinets Couches Screens Ladies' Secretaries Sewing Machines HOUSE FOR SALE FOR roomed house 2> blocks from Central School; furnace, bath and electric light; cash handles Apply E J. Cook, Box 333 city. 4-6 IMPROVE- ACT, VIL- ACT- AND ASSESS- ORDINANCE ARTICLES FOR SALE FOR Koyce beat make slide trombone, new condition. down, balance installments. Address Box i. Herald Office. 97-O BOARD. or without Any person who ia trie sole head a family, or any male over 18 Id. may homestead a quarter-teetioc of available Dominion land in Kani< toba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. Vhe applicant mufit appear in penon M the Dominion Agency or Sub Agency for the district. Entry oy proxy may be made at any on certain conditlonB. "by fathtr mother, son; daughter, brother or ter of inteoding homefitiaader. months' leaidence and cultivation of the land in of three yean. A homesteader live within nine of his stead on a farm u! at'leoat 80 octet solely owned and occupied by him ot by hia father, mother, son, daughter. brother or sister. _. In certain a in good standing may pre-empt a quarter-section alongside bis 'home- stead. Price per acre. Duties. reside six months in each of six years from date of homestead entry (including the time required U earn homeateid patent) and cultivaii fifty acres extim., A hcmeeteader who has exhausted These are articles that are used appreciated for years to come TURPIN FURNITURE CO. wv. A j Notice is hereby girsa that under, t the provisions of the Local Improve- ment Act, Village .Act and School Assessment Ordinance the Honour- able Mr. Justice Beck has appointed Tuesday, January 1909, at Ten o'clock, a.m. at the Court House in the City of Lethbridge for the hold- ing of a Court for confirmation of the returns made under the provisions! of Section 91 of the Local Improve-1 ments Act in respect of the following Local Improvement Districts, Local Improvement Districts 602 and 605. And of Section 67 of the Village Act in respect of the following vil- lages, The Village of Stirling and the Vil- lage of Stavely. And of Section 19 of the School As- sessment Ordinance in respect .of the following School Districts, School Districts Nos. 453, 510, 534, 673, 604, 825, 1156, 1379, 1331 and 1455. Dated at Edmonton this 10th day of November, 1908. JNO. STOCKS, Deputy Minister of Publh Works. first-class boarding house. Apply 416 Round St. 7-S TO RENT. TO on CourUand St.; per month; posses- sion. The H. Macbeth Agency. S-0 FIVE-ROOMED house for rent, on Torrance Ave., North Ward; large yard for garden and chickens. W. S. Dobbin. 7-6 to tent, with or without furniture; state rent. Ap- ply to Box 1383. 6-3 TO furnished room, suit- able for one or two gentlemen. Ap- ply 1246 Bompas St., east of R.N-W. M.P. Barracks. 6-6 ROOMS TO or without board. Apply Mrs. R. Adam, near Bartlett and Fisher Sts. 7-6 his homestead right and 'cfinnot obi- tain a pre-emption may take a pur- chased homestead 14 certain diftricU. Price 13.00 per acre. reside six months in of' three years, cultivate fifty acres and erect a house worth W. W. CORY, Deputy of the Minister of the Interior. publication o! this advertisement will not be paid for. POULTRY FOR SALE. FOR pure bred white Wyandotte hens; great winter laying stmin. Apply Box 152M, Herald Of- i Coal, Ice and PRAYING; t Western Transfer Co. LONG BROS.Proprietors Office 'opposite Balmoral i PH ONE e3 fice. 8-3 1804 Merchants Bank of Canada! HEAD OFFICE, MONTREAL J raid-tip Oapirai......................... w Reserve ami Profits.............. t Accounts of Merchants, Farmers and Ranchers Solicited Drafts Money Orders Letters of Credit Savings Department Lethbridge Branch: Coaldale Block, Redpath St. TO THE PUBLIC We have boiight out the Star Transfer Co. Draying outfit, and to execute all orders'for i u rv-rv 1 1 re VT promptly satisfactorily. Coal delivered promptly. Cath, on delivery. J. Fbone TO I i J in NolfJPn ft GUTV'S '.i- y -_rv" rf. ;