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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 28, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta ALSEftTA, MONDAY, DCCEMftCft Ittt PAue. iHn 1 HiBd-laitored Garments Fit-Refonn 1ms won its r.twnt.'m? big success under the most direct comparison with garments made by the eaing merchant j. t- VXv jj Mai, who wanted the best garments that could be made, tried 'J1 r> r both, and are now wearing r it-Kdonn Suits and Oyercpjats exduavely. Aw man, wishes the greatest possible value for his money, should make the same comparison. McKELVIE Greek Pincfcer Creek, Dec. H. rier left this week for his homo "in MatUwa, Ont., where Rill spend tliree or four roontbs. O. A. Muir, cf Fernie, was in town this week, the of A, Guire" The Sacrament of the Lord's Sup- per will be dispensed iu the Presby; terian Church o rx Sunday, January The Christmas tree and concert in tae Opera House in connection with the Pfeabyterian Sunday on Friday night was BiU; that could be desired. .The cantata "Christmas with the Pixies" was exceptionally well rendered by the children of the Sunday School, and great credit is Mr. and Mrs. Ross for, the great pains they took "iirtraining the Children.'" W. R. Bobbie is in Chicago where .he has large interests in an- biVe company. It is quite possible that Mr! Debbie will move his family there in the T- .Lebel Is going to >uild a 000 in the spring. W.: Cox left last night for Calgary to spend a few days' vacation. McLeod of Lethbridge, REAL ESTATE T. E. PATTERSON, Office. OliTer Block. Phone OH [pending. the holidays in town. Jfiss Lindsay is spending the holi- days at in. Miss Lawrence, teacher in the pulP He school here, is 'spending the Christ mas holidays in Edmonton. II. Mark ley of the Union Bank, staff is spending Christmas at his home in Calgary. John McLennan is visiting relatives in JLethbridge this Vr'-jk. The two special ser. vices con- ducted by the Rev. E. "Finlay at the Robt-'Kerr school house conclud- CHICAGO. Canadian te SMking an Entrance MoatreaS, Dec. people in the went who ought 'to know, 'are to be believed, there is no doubt that the Canadian pacific Railway is seeking an independent entrance into Chicago both from the east and from the At preaent it oo nearer to Chi- cago ovor Ha own lines than Detroit, ia the east, and Minneapolis in the west. All the ruiuorg ot reported ne- gotiations for the of various railways that wovkl give such an irito the windy city have been denied, however, and tke taine attitude is taken by the officials in regard to the latest rumor, name- ly, that negotiations have been, en- gaged ia with a view to the purchase by, the C.P.R, of a controlling inter- est iu the Wisconsin Central Railway. According to a telegram from K York, it became known today that hitl aaade'a, definite offer to the Wisconsin Central for the con- rol of its property, A representa- tive of the Wisconsin Central said the oiler was based on. a guarantee on the tfiaconjsin Central preferred stock four "cent., bu t" that it had been declined, and that for the present al negotiations were off. Anbtber "offic- ial declined to say anything about the matter beyond stating that any an Douncement was premature. The Wisconsin Central Railway runs north from Chicago parallel with Lake Micnigaa', as far as Neenah, and then branches off north-west to St. Paul and Minneapolis, with a spur running up to Ashland, on Lake Su- perior, where connection is.made' for Duluth. If the lino were acquired by the C. P. R. it would give the com- pany independent connection between Winnipeg and Chicago, via the rSoo' is very desirable in view of the rapidly growing passenger and freighttraffic between western Canada and the fttntes of the middle west. ed on. the 19th inst. Golois Fragrance are-the ppiuU-of It's RICH, CLEAR COLOR, fresh FBAGRANCE and DELICIOUS FLAVOR have if hosts of friends. Are YOUbneyet? IT IS PURE! Ram Tern is Sold only in Lethbridgc by THt EENTLEY CO. LTD MI Herald Market Place Whssi yM hive uyihlBf to sell or U rtii it lg thk II wait uylWflf this cokuw. 25c MM isftertta 4 JMertitu for SI SYNOPSIS OF OOAL MiNIMQ RfQ ULAtlONS SITUATIONS VACANT experienced Udy for notion counter. Apply Manager Hud- son's Bay Co. 0-6 girl lor general housework. Apply Mrs. John A. Sil- ver, Uaroness lioad. WANTED -A stenographer, at once. M. T. Macleod and Co. 12-D good servant girl for light housework in small family. Ap- ply 49 Argyle Ave. 14-0 were much better attended the last week of the mission. sev- enteen persons, i- i-jtt4iiig children de- cided for Christ. The meetings were very helpful and will be ever thankful for Mr. Finla.y's visit. .Dr. T. A. Loroer, a friend of Dr. Hewetson, is registered at the King Edward Hotel and may settle per- manently in, Pincher-Greek." :Dr. Lo- mer is an honor graduate of'-McGiil University m Arts and Medicine, hav- ing obtained the final prize iii the lat- ter. He has just resigned the posi- tion' oi" sen io> surgeon on the resident staff of the Montreal General Hospi- tal with which institution he has been connected for the past five years. The.Knights pjCpythias will hold Taber, Dec. car loads of steel to be used in the construction -J-- r of the government bridge to span the Belly litver north of Taber, have ar- rived. John Topis, a Finlander at Coal City, and miner by occupation, died We hare Still part Of our On hand. will Be Awmy down Chow Sam Co. SHORT ORDEES AT ALL HOURS FOU N roan cow, branded 77 on right ribs; horse halter Re- waixl of lor recovery; person find- ing put it in Furman's barn; last time seen in south reservation. Write Box 593, City. freight, shed and Bartlett St., one parcel containing a rug, addressed C. McClenaghan; a reward o! will be paid for re- turn of ihis to Mrs.. LOST-On Leth- bridge and Magrath, on the Magrath Kbad or betweea the South Alberta Lumber Yard and Coaldale, -a purse, containing fifty-three dollars. A lib- eral reward will be to finder. Write to Percy Patching, Coaldale, Alta., or leave at Herald Office. 11-4 roan muley cow, with vent through at the Taber Emergency hospital on his stead. Mr. Tracy comes to ewan.hus engaged to officiate in STRAYED-One branded centre to left side, and "lamp glass" on' left hip; also one' red and white cow, with one horn, same brands; dollar? reward for information leading to recovery. Edward Loggin, Asocial evening and dance about the middle of "January. is the installation of bflicers, at which the frjends of the members will be-in- vited. Miss Langdon, formerly this 2 LOTS McKILLOP EUUon Mill, ADDN., NEAE 3 LOTS ON WESTMTN8TEE CLO8E to school, 1 ACRE IXWjOBSKRfOF MeBKTH A Bailey from ACRE POSITE 6 ROOMED HOUSE ON TORRANCE Ave., Cash month until paid for. Rents for month. place, is in town for a couple weeks, the guest of Mrs. Hartfiel. Mr. E, C..rqwler has to where he secured a position as manager of ft .hotel. L! has gone to Lille to re- side for a few months. Wednesday last iit 2.30 p.m. of con- geslloir'of'. the lungs coupled with pneumonia. Mr. Topis had been seriously ill for some ticic prior to" the calling in of the physician. His condition grew Drs. Leech'and Lanig had him rcmoveil to Taber, where hb shortly afterwards dictl. The Rev. J. R. Monroe conducted the religious Undertake- .Loomis took charge ofT the remains -The depart- qjd was about sixty years of age and is survived by R, widow and son. The remains were laid to rest in the town cemetery. jOne of elaborate and fash- ionable events of the week was the dance given in the Opera House on Christmas Tho spacious hall was tastefully decorated for the oc- casion. A large number of Taber so- LYCEUM An Elaborate Program for Tonight and Balance of the From all indications it would seem tluit Lethbridge: theatregofers are in for. a rare treat in vaudeville at the Lyceum. The company this week has eight performers, all of the AI. type. TliU appears to be ager Brown's way of appreciating the patrons of his house, and we should say that it certainly appre- ciated, as no effort seems to be spared to give the public their money's worth.. This company owns 7000 of carefully selected Fruit situated in the moitt tavormble location for fruit growing in WIT1SH COLUMBIA, landft are beautifully on the Arrow Lakes wiMTC Irrif aiioa it aot Itaprired .If jon were offend wtuated on the of a beautiful lake what is acknowledged to be the fineat aceneiry in the world; where bear, deer, goat, grooae and trout abound; where the climate ia imH of all mav be enjoyed; with the Canadian Pacific boat iervioe paating jonr door twice erery day winter and rammer: with frnaranteed returagfroin your land rotBcieiit to ensttre you a comfortable living, and with property increasing in value at the rate of 25 per t-ent per year AH for or FftyaUe m 4 WOULD YOU INVEST If to drop a fat to ML FREEMAN, Gail Agent TR vfR lib HBTB, uturHfii uivti, CHMI And yon will leceirc full particulars Bank of Canada, Lethbridge ciety people were present arid ehjbycd an evening of dancing. The Holiday trade; has been enor- mous and every one has spent freely and bought variously and largely. The mines in the vicinity' have yield ed enormously and paid dividends of unprecedented magnitude. The farmers have had a year of great profit. .Prices KHVC been kept up even to the last oi the year in a way never before known here. The district schools closed on Wed- nesday last, but will again resume their duties on January the fourth. highly recommended and will take charge of tfie schools on January 4th. THANKS. (Medicine Eat Times.) The Lethbridge Herald added an eight-page Christmas "-Special" to its Saturday issue. The illustrations of Canadian scenes excellent, and the: "general typography makes it a fine IMPROVEMENTS AT EUREKA. Al Morris and Sandy Niven, pro- prietors "of the Eureka, aie making extensive ccKariges "and improvements in their The sUige will be raised, and-the dressing, rooms fitted up underneath. The_front has been placed out to the sidewalk, and-the house will be placed farther back also. Fine new curtain scen- Principal E. Davis has re- signed his position in the district sdhools.and Prof. Trucy of ery has been' set up. One set, a pret- ty wood scene, another "a parlor set ting, and the third a conservatory scene. All have wings to match. The building is heated by steam, and the lamp house is lined with" as- bestos, so.that there is no danger of a fire occurring. A new Bell piano is due to ar- rive, also, upholstered furniture for the stage. Altogether this is now a fully equipped up-to-date playhouse. The management are very careful to secure nothing' but clean, high-class vaudeville. In'the spring SO''feet will be added to the rear of the build- ing, and the stage. and seating 'ca- pacity increased. Box 296, Lethbridge. 13-6 ARTICLES WANTED. I PAY' CASH 2ND HAND What is the good oi putting away things that you can't' use :or wear; ck cast-off clothing, etc.? I pay cash for all old clothing, gun's, pistols, all kinds of musical in strumtnts, trunks "and satchels. Cal at the Albertan 'Second Hand Store north of'the Irrigation Hall, or .write P. SITIJATIQW WANTED, By elderly man cf good labits, situation as night watchman, taretaker, porter, cookee, or aay ar position. Address Box 8, Herald. 12-6 VDVEUTISER cau give 6 hours' fork each day, from b till 12, 2 till 5 o'clock; any kind of work. Box 0, Lethbridge Herald. 14-6 WANTED-By situation as Apply Mrs. Adams' Boarding House. 14-2 experienced person, housekeeper or cook. Coal rig bu ov ito in MaoiloX the Yukon Territory, the Territories and Britub Oolaofou, BAI jfciiod for a term ot years at an annual rental of fl i- acre. Not more will be leased to one applicant. Application for a bt made to the Agent or 8ub-Afent ot the district ia which the rifhU ap- plied for are situated. In surveyed territory the Ian' must be described by sections, oi gal subdivisions of sections, and Ut unaurveyed territory the tract appU ed for shall be staked out. Each application must be aoaoia punied by a ice of 15, which will U feluuu.ed if the lighU for art act available but not otherwise, i royalty shall be paid on the mer- chantable output of the mine at tbfc rate of five ce.nte per ton. Every of coal mining rights which are not being operated shall furuiih the district Agent of Domin- ion Lauds with a sworn statement to that effect at least once in each year. The !ease will include the coal mining rights only, but the leoee ma; be permitted to purchase irbatevei available surface rights may be con- sidered aectrigary for the working oi the mice at the rate of an acre. LAND FOR SALE FOR South African veteran scrip, cheap. Block. II. V. Gibbons, Ott 288-0 VETERANS' Dominion land grants for 320 acres; warrants on. hand for immediate delivery for foOO cash. Wire or Write to G. W. Wagner, Box 100, Regina, Sask. 11-6 FOR on Coutts St., close to school, at each; 1-3 caeh, bal- ance easy. H. Macbeth Agency, P.O. Block. 6-0 FOR lots in BL E., west of Westminster Road; each; payments sjSPead over 20 The H. Macbeth Agency, P.O. Block. For full information should be made to the Secretary oi the Department cf the Interior, OV tawa, or any Agent or Bub-Agent ol Dominion Lands. W. W. GOBY, Deputy Minister of the Interior N.B. Unauthorized publication oi tbie advertisement will not be tor. FOIl Al section, in a pros- perouSj well settled district, near the proposed line between Lethbridge and Calgary; rural telephone installed coal mine close; price per acre; easy terms. Apply Box W, Herald. SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH WEST LAND REGULATIONS ARTICLES FOR SALE. FOH piano, good as new, "at a; great' sacrifice'.: Apply A.: and L. S; Hipley, Office Macdonald Block.