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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 21, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LfcTHtRIDGfc. ALifcftTA, MONDAY, DECEMBER 21, NtQt Hade wtft Ease aid Acenracy One of the great advantages of Fit-Refonn is the tad that every Suit and Overcoat is ready to try OIL Fit-Reform garments are so that if ations should be necessary, they can be made quickly and exactly. Thus Fit-Reform assures an absolutely :ect fit to every man. And you have die Fit-Reform guarantee of 'money back if satisfadbn be not given1. perf S. A, Veterans and Land Grant Toronto, Dec. Dominion Government -ill U1 asked to extend the scope of the Volunteer Bounty Act, pisaed-last aeasion. Mon who aerve4 in the South African war, but who, under the terms of the Act, aiej aot entitled to share in the Una Color, flavor, Fragrance are the strong pointe of South African, object of the association being to "seek to have the Act extended so that all men of the An- glo-Saxon race who took part iu South African war, and who entitled to participate in the land grant, and who were residing in Can- ada 'at the time the said Act came into force, be included in its A largely jiUended meeting of those interested in the movement wag held Saturday evening in the Labor Tem- Iple, At thii meeting Shelford Grim- I wood, general aecretary of the asso- RAM LAL S PURE TEA It'iKlCH, CLEAR COLOR, fresh FRAGRANCE DELICIOUS FLAVOR have made it hocts o! friends. Are YOU one yet? Nftket Star to MM tr tM( II tfck Of OOAL Ml HI MO Mft OLAf tOMt ot tbt UM Coal in the CITIJATIQMR VACANT for general housework. Apply Mrs. John A. Sil- ver, Baroness Eoad. to do light book- keeping to start Jan. 1st. Apply Chow Gain Co. 4-0 SITUATIONS WANTED IT IS PURE! McGUIRE Chiresho'm, "Jrr weei- before a very number of people were in towa and the store? did good -7' L Want to Settle. Tlve Imperial South African Veter- ans1 Association was formed just a morith ago. Already applications for membership have exceeded and it V expected that the end'of the year the total will have reached 000. Circulars have been distributed containing a schedule of questions, to which- show that, of 'The nursng mother, the, tired' father, and every one that is leeling'out of sorts and aeeds bracing feel the benefits from Lethbridge' beer. neglec to have a case'' in your house. It i an appetizer before meals, and i at -bedtime. 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. LAND FOK Uatdd for a tetm ol yean at 40 ftnooftl natel iA 11 M acre. Not more than SjMO Mm be to one appiiotnt Application for AMI nude to the Agent or ol the district in which rifhfci ap- plied tor are alioAied. In iurveyed lerritorj tht must be described by aeetiooa. or b gal subdmeioiui ol unaurvered territory the tract ed for shall be staked out. Each application uust be. panied by a fee of which will refunded if the .rigbu applied lot an FOE African veteran scrip, cheap. R. V. Gibbons, Ott Block. FOR African and half- breed scrip for sale; prices right; im- mediate delivery; financial security guaranteed. Apply J. McGovern, Windsor Hotel, or P.O. W FURNITURE FOR SALE. FURNITURE FOR of all modern 7-roomed cottage for sale. Substantial-weathered dak, nearly new. Must dispose of at once. A bargain. be rented. Apply. Box 150 Office. 8-6 FOR. on Coutts St., close to school, at each; 1-3 cash, bal- ance easy. H. Macbeth Agency, P.Ch Block. -royalty shall be paid on cb an table output of the otine al rate of five per too. Every lewee ot coal mining which are not being operated ihall furoieh the district Agent of Domia- ion Landi with a twora statement to that effect at leaat oaee in each yesi. The lease will tacluJe the eoal mining ooly, but the be permitted to purchase whitteYM available may eon- iidered lor the working ol the mine at tbe rate of an acre. FOR lots in El. E., west Bnoujd f "Westminster Road; each; th t i WUC jayments spread over 20 months. he H. Macbeth Agency, P.O: Block. SCAVENGING. Anyone desiring scavenging done or closets cleaned, apply at Police Sta- tion. 99-26 LETHBWDGE MALTING COMPANY, Ltd A YOUNGSTER'S CAPTURE Thirteen Year Old Got a Large Bald the, answers .replying, on'the land if they got 91 per cent. it, -eight per cent: are doubtful, and one pericent. wodTd'not settle Valuable "In War Time. It- is- urged that, in the absence of a reserve forced- the, presence of the veterans, abieTto instruct and com- mand untrained soldiers, would go diificulties to arise in a case CIVIC EMPLOYEES AND MEDICAL ATTENDANCE "Your Lord May.of'a Son was off whon he was talking about the doc- tors and civic 'remarked a well known civic employee to the house jwhere will teach jeuraanship He will give a "four-months' course and will hold a class itaro a. week1. He wishes all ave inter- ested to be at the Mating Uoua> this evening. A. M. Heppler of in. town. Mr. Whitney, representing 2s'crth West Jobbing Co., is h town. Mr. Stirling-, rs T The Raymond Dramatic Co. playec "Confusion" at Stirliug Members of Parliament Save heen .sked-for their assistance, crfd have witliout" exception, promised it, and he Canadian Veterans' Associations are lending their help. Herald this morning. "In the first place the plan proposed has not been adopted by the Council. Again. t is true that a great majority of the nen, in signing the petition, favored Dr. _Me'mburn as their doctor. ?To nfluence" was "used to get them to avor any doctor. They were left to make their own proposi- tio'n was inspired by a desire to se- cure as reasonable, a charge as possi- ble ior medical attendance upon the families of civic employees." The Herald wad shown a copy of. the petition, and it found "Mew- EASY' SENTENCES. Harrisburg, Pa., Dec. H. Sanderson, contractor for the State Capitol; ex-Auditor-General M. P Snyder, ex-State Treasurer W. L, Mathies, and ex-Superintendent o Public Grounds and Buildings James Shumaker, convicted of conspka cy to defraut the State, in the firs of the cases growing out of the Capf tol scandal, were today sentenced U two years in the penitentiary, and "fine and costs. Spokane, Wash., Dec. Harris, 13 years of age, the hero of the. ranchers in the Clear Lake district., 20 miles west of Spokane today, and he is proud of the hon or. He captured the largest bal< eagle ever seen in this part of th Northwest in a steel trap used coyotes on the bank' of. Clear Lake and as soon as the ;bird.: recover from its injuries the youngster wi send it to President Roosevelt as New Year's gift. One "of the eagle feet was caught in- the trap, and when the boy attempted to bind; its wing there wasTa lively struggle. The bird sunk-its; talons into Jiuimie's For full information application be made to the Secretary ol i" of the Interior, 0V FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE "OR SALE OR working horse, a good organ. Apply o John Taylor, -Hick Hardware j tor Co: taws, or any Sub-Agent ot Dominion W. W. OOBY, Deputy Minister of Intoriec publication oi sdvertisemeot will not be FOR oi black driving horses and one bay saddle horse; a snap at owner leaving country. Apply Manager Hudson's Bay Co. 8-61 FOR SALE FOR Whaiey Royce best make slide trombone, new condition. S20, down, balance installments. Address Box X, Herald Office. 97-0 BOARD. or without SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- W F.ST LA N D R ECU LAT.II QMS Any person who is the head cl a family, or any male over IB yeart 'Id, may homestead a quarter-eectioo first-class boarding house Apply 416 Ot available Dominion land in Mani Round St.. 7-fi! burn's name opposite signature. nearly every Entire change Lyceum. of pictures at the TOOK HER TICKETS AWAY London, Ont, Dec." minion government authorities have been asked to take up the case of Annie Egelletin, deaf and of this city who stopped at Port Huron, Mich., on Thursday afternoon while on the way to visit friends in Chicago. Miss Egelletin's ticket and letters were taken from her by government officers and she fold that she could not enter the "United States. The affair h'as been reported to the -walking nearly a mile to was released. The eagle has a spread of wings of eight feet; and is in .good condition, barring the scratches it sustained while endeavoring to free itself from the jaws of the trap. It has been sent to for treat-" ment at bird house in Manito Park, where the keeper. said :the bird will be sent to Washington in a few with the compliments of Jim- mie "Harris. TO RENT on Courtlahd St.; per month; immediate'posses- nr The H. Macbeth Agency. 8-O FIVE-ROOMED house for rent, on Torrance Ave.r North Ward; large yard for garden and chickens. W.: R. Dobbin. TO room, suit- able, for oiie or two Ap- ply 1246 Bompas St., east of AN OLD CODGER DANCES. Oakland, Cal., Dec. a bene- fit dance tendered him last night in this city, Goddard E. Diamond, 113 years, led the grand march with Miss Mary Monteith, who" is 100 years his junior. Barracks. 6-6 or .Twithout board. Apply Mra. R. Adam, 'near and: Fisher Sts." '7-6 You certainly do hear good music at the Lyceum. S Here is a Ust that will rnake Christmas Shopping easier for you: China Rocking Brass. S'.o'clock Tablw Wardrobes Drtsscr Tables STdeboaftU Centre Tables Taborettes Jardinieres Buffets Parlor Pictures Rugs Mail Racks .Book Cases Cheffoniers Dining Sets Kitchen Cabinet: Extension Tables Medicine Cabinets Screens Ladies' Secretaries Sewing Machines Nb HAND STORE Fresh Supply of piirniture arriving Tuesday. Get in on the bargains. Must rejilize a little money for Xmas Large Supply of Toys still on. hand KUM KUx ROOM WANTED. young man, fumishec room, with private family. Apply Box T. POULTRY FOR SALE. FOE pure bred white Wyandotte hens; great winter laying strain. Apply Box 152M, Herald Of- fice. 8-3 tobai-Saskatchewan or; Alberta. applicant muat appear in person the Dominion Landa Agency or 'Sub Agency.-for.......the diatrict. Entxj ttj be made at any on certain conditions, by fatter mother, son, daughter, brother or fw ter of intending homesteader. montha' reaidenoe npoo id cuitivatioh of the land in of three years. A homeateader uwy live within nine mUea of nil stead on a farm of at least 80 solely owned and occupied .by him of by his. father, mother, son, daughter, brother or sister. '-_ In certain a, homesteader in good standing may ..pre-empt a quarter-section alongside hit home- stead. Price per acre. reside six in eacb.. of six years from date of entry (including the time required to earn homestead patent) and 'cuhrraU fifty acres extra A homesteader who baa exhanatfd his homestead right and'cannot ob- tain a pre-emption may uAe a FOU N LOST-Ofi settler's car, on Saturday night; a small black and white collie dog, with reddish nose. Answers 'o the name of "Sport." Finder suitably i rewarded by leaving, with John Tay- or at Hick Hardware Co. 3-0 x Frank Waddington TELEPHONE 2O1 410 ROUND STREET chased homestead in certain: duiricta. Price 93.00 per acre. reside six months in, each oi thrw years, cultivate fifty acres and erect a housf: worth 9300.00. W. W. COBY, Deputy of the Minuter ol the Interior. publication ol this advertisement will not be paid tor. A roan cow, branded on right ribs horse halter on it. Ke- ward of ?5 for recovery; person find- put it in Furman's barn; last time seen in south reservation. Write Box 593, City. ARTICLES FOR SALE. FOR coat, in good comlition; medium size, rat lining, Persian lamb collar: bargain. Ap- ply Box I51M, Herald Office. PONY EXPRESS. If you wish your parcels, trunks., or baggage delivered quickly, ring np Ed. Bechtel, Phone No. 302. Of- fice in McKeown Hardware Co. 4-26 every day in the year and will be appreciated for years to come TURPIN FURNITURE CO. zg THE HOMl HAKERa ESTABLISHED Merchants Bank nf Canada HEAD OFFICE, MONTREAL Paid-np Beaen-e and Undivided Accounts of Merchants, Farmers and Riwhers Solicited Drafti Money Orders Letters of Credit Savings Bank Department CoaUaU Kock, St. Coal, Ice and PRAYING WcstcnTrmAsiEerCo. OSce opposite Balmoral PHONE TO THE PUBLIC We have bought out the Star Transfer Co. Draying __ J execute all oTdere for D RAYING I promptly satisfactorily. Coal delivered promptly Cath on deliTery. J. S. PlNKps A. L nttnH Phone 70 Often ia ft Gow's ;