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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 24, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta UTHtftlDGfc THUMDAY, DIOIMttR 14, IM. fMJLJUVf The Arrow lake company owiit 10QO carefully 'Laud litualed in favorable location for THeae I are beautifully ou the Arrow If you were offered a home the toea o! a beautif iike or'atwam, what ia ackuowtodged to be the-fiqtat in the world; where tear, deer, goat; Kronae and trout abound; where the cliinate is exceptionally fine and where boMiug pfall kinds may be enjoyed; with: paating jour door twice and summer; with guaranteed returns from 7001 ;laftd sufficient to ensure you a living, and with property increasing in value at the rate of 2p per cent per year All for W500 or ItOOO, Payable isv 4 Yew If so drop a line to M. FREEMAN, GenT Agent And you will receive fall Union Bank of Canada, Lethbridge HIGH SCBOOL OBSERVER 23, Editor iu chief, k', Assistant P. Harding, Sherlock. C. Color, Flavor, Fragrance are the strong poiuU of .WITH-.THE''EDITORS readers muwt P.XCUSC any dciftr ctoncte iu this, our last number, as have oaly four days to get it up In, one of being Saturday and another Sunday. Another argu- ment might put forward as an excuse for our paper is that our thinking apparatuses ara nearly worn out by the strain or the past term. AH through the term the lack, of has been the cause of much sorrow to editors. Only a few energetic pupils have responded to our call; while the majority do lothing. This is condition much o be regretted and we ho.pe that! our successors wilV have more aid.' rom the students tb.an JMVO had. OUR GIRLS Her ringing laugh flouts the hall, Oh her blue eyes, they on all. She dotes on and loves old Shake; With home-work she plods, nor will a rest Our Gertie. Lightly steps our blu-eyed maid; MonkrcK" Dec. has gathered such an impetus that there have been erected fifteen places of .business and now comes competition First the restaurant was so crowd- ed-and the-table getting so Jong 'that the proprietor was a .service .for the waiters., but this was obviated by another large boarding house opening for business. Another general store is built and just awaiting its stock of goods while the second hardware man .is' just in sight rattling his stoves, pans anc horaeshoea. ;X Our dance hall is "completed an Herald Office. 97-0 FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR SALE OR .vorking horse, a good organ. Appl to John Taylor, Hick Hardwar 'o; 7-6 ot available but not oiiierwute. A shal) be paid oa the met- output of the mine at ate of five cente per ton. Every bss'-e of coal mining which are not being operated shall uraiih the district Agent of DOEQUJ- OD Lands with a aworn statement to hkt effect at leant once io each year. The lease will mcluJe the coal mining rights oaly, bui tbe lesee permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights 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 cf the Interior, Ot- tawa, or any Agent or Sub-Agent ol Dominion Lands. W. W. GOBY. Deputy Minister of the Intferioi publication oi this advertisement not be paif tor. FOR of blaclr driving horses and one bay saddle horse; a snap at owner leaving country. Apply Manager Hudson's Bay Co. 8-6 SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH WEST LAND REGULATIONS BOARD. or without first-class boarding house Apply 416 Round St. 7-fi five years ago, sir." The Saturday Herald was a very magnificent piece of newspaper work, Ijeing illustrated with beautiful and familiar Canadian, scenes When the "Observer" gets into more commodious quarters, the editors hope to get out a Christmas number equal to that of the Herald. A FAIR DIVISION- Deacon -little boy, throw away that vile cigae." An' have you freeze to it? Tell you wot Til do; just fol- ler me up an' I'll give you'se the butt." PONY EXPRESS. If you wish your trunks, or baggage delivered quickly, up Phone No. 302. Of- fice in MeKeown Hardware Co. 4-26 FURNITURE FOR SALE. .FURNITURE FOR all modern 7-rpomed 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. 8-5 TO RENT. TO on Courtland .St.; 114.00 per month; immediate sion. The H. Macbeth Agency. frO house for rent, on Torrance Ave., North Urge yard for "garden and chickens; W. R. Dobbin. TO house, furnish- ed if desired; on Bompas St% Apply E. Bryan, cor. Ford: and Gutbtll.- 11-6 CONDUCTOR KILLED. Hamilton, Dec. Ma- thew Harper, of 66. Macauley St. west, was killed by being run over by the 9.05 o'clock G.T.R. train this evening, in the west- end yards. We Wish You Merry Chris tmas TROUBLES OF THE EDITORS In the dingy old office we sit, Thinking till we get quite sore. Of something to put in the- paper. And then of something more. Contributions arc slow in coming in, And that is why we're tired.. We work from morn to weary night, As if by the day we are hired. But tb.o-t is not the cnse at all. Np such luck has come our way. We simply plod on for tho 'ctety's good. With never a thought for the pay. Onr paper is not as good as we'd wish, But we are not to blame, Tbe pupils by giving a little. Might- bring to the paper great fame; If the students next year ore as Ntck-. i ward, j As they've undoubtedly been in the j post, We pity tho staff of Who have to face the Wast. t And novr, denr widers, we ask a fa j That in this coming season, i To us this office you will not give. j Lest we should lose our reason. i ________ i j CHRISTMAS DECORATIONS ihs hns still.somf? ar- tists may easily ;be seen by surveying 1 the ChristmftS decorations and draw- 1 ings on the-boards of the different j rooms. Standard VI. is the most j resplendent in Santa ond fire places. The artists there have certainly not lo-st hope in i.ho. tradi- tion" of St. Nicholas nnrt his rein- i deers, and have in putt.Jncr i their thoughts dosvn in black and 1 white very artistically. SUICIDED IN CELL. North "Bay, lioileau, about 25 years of age, with ROOMS TO or without board. Apply Mrs: R. Adam, near Bartlett and Fisher 8ts s 7-6 TO newly furnished roomsr> modern conveniences; with or without board; gentlemen prefer- red. Apply, Box Y, Herald Office. 9-6 wife and: two children in Matbeson, T0 unfurnished roomB committed suicide in the police renk-ipply in the everunga after tion last night by hanging; having torn his blanket into strips for the purpose. He had been placed in jail to sober up. ND HAND STORE I A Xmas Wish I am but a 2nd man, Just a 2nd hand man and no more, But I wish all.my: custom- ers jolly good This they'll have if they trade at my store rotten, it's Frank Waddington TELEPHONE: 6, at 50 Argyle Ave., or telephone Any person who is the sole head n a family, or any male over 18 yeaw 'Id, may homestead a quarter-section ot available Dominion land in Mam toba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. 1'he applicant must appear in persoa the Dominion Lands .Agency or Bub Agency for the district. Entry Dj proxy may be made at any ageixjr certain conditions, by father mother, son, daughter, brother or er of intending homesteader. months' residence upsc :nd cultivation of the land in of three .years. A may Ivt'7 within nine miles ot his home- stead on a farm of at least 80 acai solely owned and occupied by .him or jy his father, mother, son, daughter.. Brother or sister. In certain districts a homestetdti in good standing may pre-empt quarter-section, alongside his home- stead. Price per acre. Datiei. L reside six months in each of six years from date of homestead entry (including the time required to earn homestead patent) and cultivaU fifty, acres extra A homesteader, who has exhausted 189. 10-6 TO unfurnished rooms suitable for light housekeeping. Ap- ply 630 Coutts St. _ 11.6 ROOM WANTED. young man, furnisheo with private family. Appl> Box T. '9-0 business furnish- ed room with board, in of Adams' Liimber Yard[ Apply T. A. Lemmenes, City. 9-6 his homestead right and cannot ob- tain a pre-emption may take a par- chased homestead in certain Price J3.00 per' acre. reside six months in each of three years, cultivate erect a honse worth J300.00. W. W. CORY. Deputy of the Minister-of the Interior. publication ol this advertisement, will not be paid for. SCAVENGING. Anyone desiring scavenging done or closets cleaned, apply at. Police Sta- tion. 99-26 Coal, Ice and 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. Transfer Co, Office opposi te Balmoral PHON E "ESTABLISHED 1864 'If You Live Cut of Town Write Us" Stafford-Agnew Co. And in ccnclxision, wo wish readers a Merry Christmas and a py and Prosperous Now Year. Gall early, and get your choice of Christmas trees, mistletoe and] other at corner Bartlett and London Road. 2-H j 1 Merchants Bank of Canada HEAD OFFICE, MONTREAL Paid-up Reserve and Undivided'Profits.............. Accowits ef Warchants, Farmers Kitrdiers Solicited Drafti Money Orders Letters of Credit Savings Bank Department Lethbridge Branch TO THE PUBLIC We have bought out the Star Transfer Co. Draying outfit, and are prepared to execute all orders for DRAYING t promptly satis fac Coal delivered promptly. on delivery tnch: Block, Redpath St. i f j. S. rtifcpt A. L Fittest Phone 70 OEce hi GoVi Stort ;