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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 19, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta ____.... ____________ LETHBRIDGE, Our uew store is just completed in time for Christ- mas. Wo will be able to show our patrons the lar- Kttwi and best assorted stock, ever shown iu this city, Our Prime Beef ami other Fresh Moats arc unexcelled in quality. We have taken to assort our poultry. We also Have a full line of jJiMicacies, such as Oysters. Crabs, Shrimps, Lobsters, California Celery and a large variety of Fresh and Smoked Fish. Give us a call will do our utmost to satisfy you. Piche (gl Miron Raymond SATURDAY, DECEMBER 19, Raymond, Dec. Leslie Nils- jSon who has spent the past year in (Southern Alberta left this morning jior his home in Monroe, Sevier Co I Utah. j The dance given by the Y.L.M.I.A. j last cvcniurr Was a success. A many young people from Stir- were over. Among those from Stirling were Misses Hilda Ostlund, Hazel Clark. Messrs. Joe and Albert jHranciley, Highly Scely and Lauri Mlsson. j Many people of Southern Alberta jure leaving every day for Utah. Mr.) j Clark Scott left today. Mrs. Alber- .Jacobs and children leave Satur- thuy will spend i PAGE FIVE Color, Flavor, Fragrance are the strong points of Taber i Christmas holidays. Mrs. C. Strong j and children are leaving Saturday, also for the south. Miss Lucy Scovel has returned to As the youncr couple were afU'r spending several "'months at the Brighaui Young Avenue and Third their horses suddenly became sick and !Vc'rfilty- died upon the prairie. Mortifving it i Invitatlons being issued to the truly must have been to tho "JarriaSe of Miss Maud McMullen to truly must have been to tho blushing young couple whcn the survivin jMr- attached to the double -seated rig conveyed them slowly through the crowded streets their new home tho old adage, worse. Manv of Taber to But according to it might have been class in penmanship. days at Taylor North Streets. Taber, Dec. Mrs. MA. j cuupie were retuening "Wright and son left this week If or Jto Taber after the wedding one Of' at the 'their home in Lethbridge, after their horscs ing enjoyed a delightful -visit -Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Wright. John Bishop was hostess terduy at 2 p. m. at a neatly attng- -ed birthday party in honor the anniversary of her little dfigh- Zina. The merry little Jests -gathered at the home of Mrs. john Orimson, and the happy sty in which they entertained in songjroc- itations and games was truly Dainty refreshments were sh'ed. Miss Zina was the recipient oilcute presents from her little friends. Wse were Maudie Burns, lima Praser, Zina Bishop, Leon wftor Mii.ita G-rinison and Noble Hobi Mr. Ear! Harding and Miss lub Xyons quietly left town Mondayigh last for Salt Lake City to wed Daily Herald Market Place Whei hive anything to sell or iv rciii place it iu this column. If you want anytbiof use this coiumi. 25c one insertion 6 insertions for SI SITUATIONS VACANT I girl for general I housework. Apply Mrs. John A. Sil- ver, Baroness Road. j VVAXTED-Lady to' do keeping1 to start Js.zi. (Chow Sam Co. 8-6 light book- It's RICH CLKATR rxwuntArx'ua and LICIObS FLAVOR have made it hosts of friends. Are u one yet: WANTED- servant once. Apply Mrs. C. M. Arnold j.1206 Dufferin St. 3-6 meeting Ott ut the Wednesday. Dec. 30. Farn Kimball is establishing a j IT IS PURE! SITUATIONS WANTED The primary of the Latter Day Church, will give a childrens' and render a programme, on people are upon our streets I Saturda-v next- honor of the Mor- mon prophet. Joseph Smith's 'birth- Ram Lai's Tea is Sold onJy in Lethhridj, THE -BENT-LEY CO. LTD by competent e by jiady book-keeper. Capable of open- ing up set of books. Knowledge of Bookkeeper, today in their shirt sleeves-coats be-! ing too cumbersome. The tempera- j turn registers 50 degrees Fahrenheit, i wind, dry streets, and typewriting. Address c-o Herald Office. healthful spot in unknown. T, H. Rafferty and family ha! rc -'turned from an extended visit t Se Battle and several B. C. points. Mrs. Minnie Wessman was Htess an Informal afternoon affa: on Monday. Xow that the cobble stones? and boulders on Main street thajiave for the past [six weeks been a iiace -and' an eye sore to the And to strangers as well have -cleared away, the street presc; far more attractive appearanc The town paid for the coarse ater ial being hauled and depositeupon the streets but a private xerday hired men with wheeliJowg and shovels to remove the unJitly' -and loose boulders from the the result of which places thaain thoroughfare in a somewhat m- to condition. The piles re fuse now- lie along the south s o. the street and it is to be hoplhat many moons some other enpris lug; ratepayer with waggon anpam will convey them to some far-cou- lee where they so justly belong Silard Myers of Ontario .ived .yesterday with a car of finfork horses. Also a car of housed ef- fects, farm implements and taaiery "The gentleman has purchased ac- res of land from the C. Y. inch Co. and intends placing all uncul- tivation next spring. I Mrs. J. Nilsson entertained g.m- of her friends most pleased at 3. Kensington on Tuesday By request of the citizens City, the "Spinsters' Con vein Stirling Stirling, Dec. l Raymond, Dec. of the I teachers of the are leav- Those who are Mcltae, Calder. at Christmas. was a Caving are Misses good attendance of Stirling and Teachers' have al- the meeting called to organize a read-v engaged to take take their Board of Trade. After a free They are Miss Monroe, Miss ston on the need and work of such an AIIen' Miss Dsssa decided to go jilr' B- Miss Allen and Mr. Smith are from Raymond and Miss Johnson is from Taber. The pupils of Miss HcBae's room are giving- her a surprise party to- day. 7VIr- and Mrs. Paul Smith leave in Executive Committee, the officers, jthe morning for Salt Lake City. They organization it ahead. The election of officers resulted follows: President. W. T. Ogden. Vice-President, F.. D. Steed. Secretary-treasurer, Dr. Kiellor. NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that, .the ROYAL COLLIERIES, LIMITED who has been on win makfe application to tbe L i; Twrt I-QO-.-O I t i 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 the Crow's ]STest Branch of the Canadian Pacific Railway 2123 feet West of Lethbridge Junction to a point on the South West Quarter of Section 32 in Township 9, Range 21, V7. 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 to the construction, operation and ac- 3-6 and Messrs. A. E. Fawns. J. Hoi and R. A. Davis. The executive committee ___c_ wil1 tm'ough the temple and -spend of November, A. D., 1903. was in- holiday with friends. The Presbyterian- Sunday quisition of the said line of Railway as necessary. DATED at Lethbridge this 30th day MEDIuINE HAT EMPHN? OFFICE P. J. Conroy. Manager Help of all kinds supplied. Write stating wages paid and nature of employment. charge to employer. general of- fice experience, wants job. Apply Box P., Herald. SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING REG ULAriONf Coal wimar rights of tne Dominion in MmnitoK katchewsu, Yukon Territory, tne North-Weel Territories and British Colucroia. oe lor a term of twenty-one years at 40 annual rental of an acre. Not more than acres wil) be leased to one applicant. Application for a lease must be made to the Agent or Sub-Agent the district in which the rights "ap- plied for are actuated. In surveyed territory the muat be described by sections, or gal subdivisions of sections, and in unsurveyed territory the tract appli- ed for shall be staked out, Each application must be accom- panied by a fee of which will refunded if applied for arc not available But not otherwise, i royalty shall be paid -on the mer- chantable output of the uiine at rate of five cente per ton. Every lessee of coal mining righto which are not being operated shall furnish the district Agent of Domin- ion Lands with a sworn statement to I WORK WANTED-Young woman___________ Would work in hotel or clean offices.! tilat effect at in each year. Write to M. B., Box 514 P. 0., City.' 3-6 RESPECTABLE person wants day work, washing or cleaning. Address Box 470, Postoffice, Lethbridge.' 5-6 settler's car, on Saturday night, a small black and white collie dog, with reddish nose. Answers to the name of "Sport." Finder suitably rewarded by leaving with John Tay- lor at Hick Hardware Co. 3-0 structed to .investigate and report on Ivriil have the Christmas programme any further organization necessary. Tuesday, Dec. 22. The membership fee was set at two The "Confusion" which lollars and nearly'every man present by the Raymond Home Dra- was oined. The officers-elect were each ailed on for a speech. Everything eems to show a bright prospect ahead for Stirling this New Year. A meetinff of the Stirling brass band is called for Saturday night at seven o'clock. matic Club was a great success. A large 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 in Raymond. The High School Literary Society The post office has been moved and jwil1 haTe their meeting- Wednesday Geo. Oler. Jr.. is now postmaster. A 2S- instead of Fridav. A 4- We have bought out the Star Transfer Co. outfit, and are prepared to execute all orders for D RAYING promptly satisfactorily. Coal delivered, promptly. Cas h on delivery. J. S. Phillips A. L. Patteson Phone 70 Office in Nelson Gow'a Store ;