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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 29, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 39, ItM. ACRES ________City Fruit Lands This land is well siUxateu, two miles from Burton city. Soil is of a clay nature. It has four acres cleared, Avith 40 apple trees on it, also raspberries and strawberries, balance seeded to clover. The ground is easily cleared and contains lots of water Price Per Acre For Quick Sale If interested write McDERMID MtM NELSON, B.C., or Ormr I, lettorirfije Fine Warehouse Site on Spur Track Enquire For Particulars Tilley Phone I97 Whitney Block Glaresholm Claresholm, Dec. infant child of Mr. and Mrs. H. Houghton died last week and was buried yes- terday. The strong winds of the last few days have done a. little damage. The worst that happened was that the very high wind on Christmas day blew the stand at the race track over. The stand was solidly constructed, but was not stayed at all, and was simply blown up in the air and down again, Jailing the reverse way. It will cost the Turf Association a lit- tie money to put it right 'again. W. R. Lindsay leaves in a day or two for a business visit to New York. A. Wylie, of the Claresholm Re- view, has gone to Winnipeg on a holiday. A fire started on some grass land east of the track today, but was soon extinguished. 0. J.. Amundson Jaas returned from a visit to the States. R. Kelloek has returned from Gra- and will resume business in Claresholm. The number of dogs in Claresholm j bids fair soon to equal Constantino- j pie. They seem to be sacred, too, for nobody ever deals ojit any abuse to them, even though they howl all night. A gentleman in town who came into possession'of two timber wolve? some time ago has them in his and daily watches them growing, though whether he has in view the forming of a local zoological garden or not is unknown. Curiously enough these'animals always start to howl when the church bells ring, and there may be something hereditary in this! J perhaps' derived from, their ancestors scoured the: banks of -the Mac-! :kenzie. river in chase of sleighs, as described by the much maligned tin Canada west) fiction fak- ers. They must mistake the church oehs lor sleigh bells. ?AM FIVt PROGRAM AT THE LYCEUM -Extravagant Bill This Week at Mgr. Brown's Popular Playhouse Mr. Ai'gelo Doiui'iicino, cornet so- loist is one of the bust in his line that has ever conic to Lethbridge. With a marvelous range and beauti- ful tone he executed the solo "Love Me. arid the World is in a manner which showed his highly ar- tistic ability on the cornet. His other selections were well received, and he deserve? a headline place On the program. The James duo proved to be among the best entertainers that have been on Mr. stage. Their feature iif-t is thsv" osr- tainly high class in this line, taking the. house by storm, being encored in a way that showed what a hit they made. Mrs. James also sings, and both indulge in some catchy "talking comedy." They are really good. 0. Paddock, electric novel- ty dancer, made good last night in a way that showed his aptness at entertaining fus a dancer.1 Mr. Pad- dock was seriously ill last week.and did not shci'vv up in'his usual good form, but this week hi.s "electric Color, Flavor, Fragrance are the strong points of to MH tr It ii If real this you 25c M iflwrtku for SI SITUATIONS VACANT WANTED -A stenographer, N. T. Maclecd and Co. at once. 12-D LAL'S PURE TEA It's RICH., CLEAR COLOR, fresh FRAGRANCE and DELICIOUS FLAVOR have made it hosts of friends. Are YOU one yet? Ram Lai's Tea is Sold onJy in Lethbridgc by THE BENTLEY CO. LTD. Bowville Notice I Western Canada Stpck Co. ltd. Dealers in Stocks, Bonds aad Mortgages FINANCIAL AGENTS FOR Austin-ManBattan Conso- lidated Mini ne- Co.. Austin. Ner. Capital And other large corporations Lethbridge Agency J. ACTON P.O. Box 294 Residence, 610 Cutbtll St. GET THIS TRADE MARK AND YOU GET SATISFACTION There s no beding "just as good" as Alaska Bedding. No copy is as good as the original, never was, never can be. Why should the up-to-date, particularbousekeeperbe satisfied 'with a mat- tress "just as good" 'when she can secure the ied article, the standard whereby other makes are measured. Sold and guaranteed by, all furniture dealers. Write for dainty art calendar "The Alas- kan "to your local deal- er or direct to Bowville, Dec. dance that was to be held Christmas night was a failure on account of the "Vvindy evening and the number of entertain- ments of the day and evening. Sunday school was held in the school House, Sunday. Mr. Wright made a trip to Clares- holm tin's week. There-was a Christmas tree in Bow- ville Hall Christmas Eve. A large crowd was .present. There was sev- eral- recitations The Rev. delivered a speech. Mr. Haney conducted the evening's en- tertainment, assisted by Mr. Armel Williams. Everybody reported; a de- lightful time. Quite a crOvM gathered at Mrs. Peterson's on Christ-mas day, and f spent'a very enjoyable afternoon and j evening. j There will be an annual school meeting on Saturday, the 9th of January, of the ratepayers of Bow- ville school district No. 1528, at "one o'clock. Everybody come and take -part. This is something which con- cerns us all, so make it your busi- ness to be on hand and help to see to it tukt the proper men are elected to fill the places they should. Mr. P. M. White spent Xmas at Mr. Albert Averalls, where a big Xmas dinner was served to a few of the neighbors. On Jan. 6, 1909, Mr. Plenie Peter- son and Miss Mabel Averall will be married in.Bowville Hall. The in- vitations are out, and a ball will be held in the evening. This will bej the .first wedding to place in the j Valley, and promises to be a swell affair, as Mr. Peterso7i and Miss Averall are well known in the Valley and surrounding country. Mr .Joi'.T! put- in a line of hardware in connection with his harness shcn. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Mills and child returned from the East, where they have been visiting friends. They rode out on the-stage with Mr. B. W. White.' Church was held in the house last Sunday evening Moss delivered the sermon, large audience. ANGELO DOMINICINO. NOTICE is-Hereby given "that the City of Lethbridge will apply to the Legislative Assembly for the Province of Alberta, at the next Session there- of, for an amendment to its ratifying-a certain. By-Law recently passed, providing for a grant in aid cf the constr-'-.tion of the new build- ing for the Gait Hospital, and for such other variations and amend- ments to said Charter as may then be deemed advisable. "Dated this 24th'day of December, A. D. 1908. Conybeare Jones, Solicitor for the City Itd4w. of Lethbridge. ARTICLES FOR JJALE. FOE Whaley Royce best make slide trombone, new -condition. down, balance installments. Address Box X, Herald Office. 97-0 HILUARD. school Mr. to a The Master of the Eureka tonight. SOLE AGENTS The Torpin Furniture Co, COMPLETE HOUSE FURNISHERS Lethbridge Saddlery Co. Hereby thanks its many customers for their liberal patronage dnrinpr tbe year 1908. We through- out the coining year, en- deavor to increase our business by completely satisfying every customer Wishing You All a Happy The Model Restaurant IN THE New Hill Bl'k Got off to a good start last night and is .now prepared to give the public service and menu.that is unexcel- led in the city. John Cantm PROPRIETOR i PONY EXPRESS. If you wish your parcels, trunks, or baggage delivered quickly, ring up Ed.-Beehtel, Phone No. 302. Of- fice in McKeown Hardware Co. 4-26 HOW TO GET A YEARLY INCOME WITHOUT WORK. will sell-you twenty; or more acres of land in the famous and beautiful NECHACO VALLEY, B.C., CANADA, on the main -line-of :the Grand Trunk Pacific E.OR., for 60 cents per acre cash, and 30 cents per acre per month for 8 For twenty acres this amounts to cash-and per month until--paid for We pay you 4 per cent..yearly on all .money you pay in. We cultivate' the land, care for and market the cropland give you half the profits yearly. We to buy back your-land at' twenty par cent, more than you. paid servant, Apply Mrs. J. E. Lethbridge, Dufferin St.l4-G SYNOPSIS OP OQAl MINIMO MIQ ULAtlOMS OoiU in the Yukon Territorj, Uie North- BriUflb maj be lor term oi -twentj-oBw at rental of acre. Not more titan will be Itased to one SITUATION WANTED. elderly man of good habits, situation as night watchman, caretaker, porter, cookie, or any simi- lar position. Address Box S, Herald. 12-6 ADVERTISER can give 6 hours' work each day, from 9 till 12, 2 till 5 o'clock; any kind of work. Box 0, Lethbridge Herald. 14-6 experienced person, eituation as housekeeper or cook. Apply Mrs. Adams' Boarding House. U-2 LAND FOR SALE FOR African veteran crip, cheap. R. V. Ott Black. 288-0 VETERANS' Dominion land grants for 320 acres; warrants on hand for immediate delivery: for cash. Wire or Write to G. W_ 100, Regina, -11-6 on Coutts St., close school, at each; 1-3 ance "easy. H. Macbeth Agency, P.O. Block. 6-O FOR lots in Bl. El, west of Westminster Road; each; payments spread over 20 months. The H. Macbeth Agency, P.O. -Block. 9-0 Application for iMM be made to the Agent or flub-Afcm ol the dietrict in vnion the riftiU ap- for are uttuated. In vurrejed territory be described bj iecttaoa, or U gal of sections, and ift unaurveyed territory the tract appli- ed for shall be staked oat. Each application must be accom- panied by a fee of 16, which will refunded if the rights applied lot not available but not otherwise, xa royalty shall be 'paid on the met- output of the uiine at rate of five cento per ton. .Every teiwee of coal mining riffhto which are not 'being -operated shall furoiah the district Agent of 'Domin- ion Lands with a a worn statement to that effect at leaat once in oach year. The lease will include the coal mining rights only, but the lesee may be .permitted to purchase whatever available surface righta may, 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 ol the Department of. the Interior, Ot- tawa, or any Agent or Sub-Agent ot Dominion Lands. W. W. CORT. Deputy Minister of the Interior N.B. Unauthorised publication oi thie advertisement will not be pail tor. TO on Courtland St. per month; immediate posses sion. The H. Macbeth Agency. 8-0 TO 'house, partly furnish, eel if desired, on Bompas St. Applj E.-Bryan, cor. ForcVand Cutbill. ll-( FOR lots, ..Round St three blocks from Union if you will sell. Can you equal this? half in six months We don't think so, and we don't Apply to Owner> Box A, think you think so. OUR UNCULTIVATED LAND we .TO RENT. sell for per acre, per acre cash, balance 9 yearly payments. When the Grand Trunk Pacific R.R. is completed next fall, land will be selling for per acre. The coming most popular summer resort in North America. Climate seldom below zero. ISTo winds. Fruit, fish and game in abundance. No sand or stone; rich soil. Timber and coal near by. Buy now at low price, and sell to the other fellow for high price. An investment of- cash ior 40 acres will make you within two years or for 160 acres will make you We are cultivating 000 acres for ourselves. You don't have to live on this land to own it. Send 25 cents for beautiful pictures, map and particulars. I. .B. ;SneIl, Rooms I and 2, 'Bryan Block, over! Eureka Theatre. Entrance Dufferin' Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada. TO unfurnished room to rent. Apply in the evenings afte 6, at 50 Argyle Ave., or telephone 189. 10-6 TO unfurnished rooms suitable for light housekeeping. Ap- ply 630 Coutts St. 11-6 fO Two modern house. furnished rooms, in Apply 36 Argyle Ave. 13-6 MISS PHILLIPS. is one of the features novelty dance, of the bill. A roaring farce comfidy, firUit.led "Shadows, or the Coming Man'' with five characters in the cast, winds up the. lengthy program. It is a real fast and furious. A man with a "dippy" sister em- ploys a man to look after her, with instructions to humor her, and the stunts through' which she puts the very obedient servant, bring clown u the house. An excellent series of moving pic- tures is also provided., among the rno.st comical and entertaining was "The New Hired Two good illustrated songs are on the program as usual. All in all tlv bill this week is top- notchcr from one end to the other. EVERY HOUSEHOLD PATBY appreciate.-? delicious candy. And pure candy is as true a health food Nature's pure honey. The de- licious CONFECTIONERY 011 our counters are the acme, of purity of every ingredient in the making. Fresh daily, health and pleasure-giving for old and young. The wise man smooths life's path with daily gifts from our store of sugary treasures, be he bachelor, husband or father. Why not, take home a peace-maker today? By box, pound, or barrel. Prices "right" as the confectionery itself. FREE FROM SMALLPOX- Est-ev-an, Dec. smallpox quarantine will be raised at ]2 to- night. The town is now free from the disease. n turned i.n-n ut- Raymond, 'Doc. Mcrrot, from Stirling, nnd Miss Thompson from Welling, arc spending tho holi- days with .Mrs. Cameron. Miss Mnralda Albn IMS from Calgary she tending Normal, Miss Marshall nvni "I :i.uor, is ijii idl- ing Cliristmos Mrs. Ant-is. Miss MeCloud fivui si end- ing the holidays with Mrs-i 'ilivers. Mr. Gillies leaves this afternoon for week's visil. at High River. music and tonight. singing at the Urn's Randy Kitchen Xnias is over, but XMAS GOODS Are not Anylhini quite all left will sold. o at COST PRICE Call and got bargains. some of the THE GOOD CO. WHOLESALE OR RETAIL Phone 98. FOR THE COLD WEATHER THAT IS COMING Ladies1 and Children's Fleece Lined Vests and Drawers Clouds, Toques, Wool Hoods Baby Bonnets Mrs Douglas Westmin- ster Road North Ward Facincr the Laks TO large furnished room, suitable for two gentlemen; central; modern. Apply_416 Burdett St. 15-2 ROOM WANTED. young man, furnished room, with private family. Apply Box T. 9-0 FOU branded roan with muiey cow, vent through T v centre to left side, and "lamp glass" on left hip; also one red and white cow, with one horn, same brands; toil dollars reward for information leading to recovery. Edward Loggin, Box Lethbridge. 13-6 SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS ARTICLES WANTED. 11 PAY CASH 2ND HAND What is the good of putting -away things that you can't use or wear, such as cast-off clothing, etc.? I-pay cash for all old clothing, shoes, hats, guns; pistols., all kinds of musical in- struments, trunks and satchels. Call at the Albcrtan Second Hand Store, north of the Irrigation Fall, or write Box G30. P. 0., Lethbridge. 14-6 BOARD AND ROOM ROOMS AND un- furnished rooms to rent in a modern house; also boarders wanted; room flncl board, per week. Apply 526 Bartlett St., behind gas well. 13-6 Any person who is the sole head ci a family, or any male over 18 may homestead a quarter-section of available Dominion land in Mani- toba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. X'b.e applicant must appear in person at the Dominion Lands Agency or Sub Apency for the district. Entry DJ proxy may be made at any on certain conditions, by lather. mother, son, daughter, brother or ler of intending homesteader. moiithfi' .residence upon d cultivation of the land in of three years. A homesteader may live within nine bis stead on a farm of at least 80 ae olely owned and occupied by him or his father, mother, son, daughter. brother or sister. In certain districts a homesteader in good standing may pre-empt quarter-section alongside his home- stead. Price per acre. Duties. reside six months in each of six years from date of homestead entry (including'the time required to arn homestead patent) and cultivate fifty acres extra A homesteader who has exhausted s homestead right and cannot ob- ain a pre-emption may take a pnr- hased homestead in certain districte. rice per acre. eside six mouths in each of three ears, cultivate fifty acres and erect a house worth W. W.'-COBT, Deputy of the Minister of the Interior. publication ol this advertisement will not be paid for. Coal, Ice and SCAVENGING. Anyone desiring scavenging done or closets cleantsd, apply at Police Sta- tion. 99-26 PRAYING Western Transfer Co. LONG- BROS.Proprietors Office opposite Balmoral PH ONE ESTABLISHED 1864 Merchants Bank of Canada HEAD OFFICE, MONTREAL Paid -up Reserve and Undivided Profits.............. Accounts of Merchants, farmers and Ranchers Solicited Drafts Money Orders Letters of Credit Savings Bank Department Lethbridge Branch: Coaldale Block, Redpath St. We have bought ont the Star Transfer Co. Draying outfit, and are prepared to execute all orders for DRAYING promptly satisfactorily. Coal delivered promptly. Cath on delivery. J. S. Phillips A. L. Patteson Phone 70 is A Gowr's Store ;