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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 6, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta WIDNIIDAY, JANUARY I, IMT r MOVING PICTURES. ApVANCED VAUDEVILLE Bennett Sisters Will Ward Singing and Dancing Specialties Black Face Comedian 1. Children's Reformatory 2. Flirting on the Sands 3; Hundred Tricks 4 Mad Musician You Keep a Secret" Prices I5c and 25c Continuous Performance From 7.30 to 10.45 A PEACEFUL SETTLEMENT May Be Arranged By Mine Operators and Union Color, Flavor, Fragrance are the strong points of Tom Marks Ill- Night THEATRE Tom Marks To- UNION THEATRE The Tom Marks Stock Co. in The Rose of Kerry Admission 25c, 35c and 50c Frank, Jan. Paper The officials 'of the Mine Operators' Association and .the United Mine Workers of America are already .--tak-" mg stops to get under way the pre- liminaries to the 'forming of new agreements for the government of coal mining operations in this district. The existing -contracts expire March. 31st, and to, if possible, avoid a repe- tition of., the long shut down of two years ago, both sides are looking ahead to the formulating of new contracts with a view, to haying them signed up by the time the old agree- ment expires. The present agreement provides that the two organizations shall get together sixty days prior to the-ex- piry of the agreement to form a new one. As the time for the meeting comes in, the last days of January both sides are now laying plans pre- paratory to that meeting. The operators held a meeting at Macleod the fifteenth, when a pre; liminary discussion took place. They will meet again the twelfth. The date for the joint meeting-has not been set, but if the letter of the tORAWTett AlSOlUTQYPURE GARDENS IN INDU. HeraM Market Place Wbtt yw tavt Vrtft Jt to till cataau. If waut wytUaf this 25e f for f I SITUATIONS VACANT stenographer, at JSL T. Macleod and Co. 12-D RAM LAL'S PURE TEA It's RICH, CLEAK-COLOR, fresh FRAGRANCK and DELICIOUS FLAVOR have made it hosts of fnenda. Are YOU one yet? IT IS PURE! ____ Ram Lai's Tea U Sold only in Lethbridge by THE BENTLEY CO. LTD. Keho. School No. 1553, a teacher holding, second-class certi- ficate; male preferred; services, to commence after" Jan. 12th, 1908. Ap- plicants please state salary for year. C. J. Hunt, Sec.-Treas., Keho P.O. 18-3 twentyrfive experienced miners. Apply Koya] Collieries Office, Eoyal City, Alta. 20-6 PAOf K OF GOAL af INiNQ ULATlPWi i katchtw.ai in Territorial. and BritUb mai lor s term of twenty-oat rears tt 40 rental of fi sz tore. Not tnote will leased to one Applicmtiop lor IMM, mtui be to the.Aeeat or o3 be diitrict in which- the rif bii >lied for are In aurveytfd territory she Taber Taber, Jan. Parkinson, clerk at the Taber hotel, returned from Coal Creek yesterday morning, where he "went .recently, to witness' a wrestling match between Tommy Smith, an, American, and Polo Pelo, a Russian, of three. Smith won two falls out A large and interested crowd of "spectators witnessed the bout. Harry, and James Bailey, of Gran- yille, N.D., arrived last night with a car of horses and farm implements. They intend moving at once upon -their homesteads, in Tp. 13, R. 17. Mr.. L. L. -Weeding, of Ortonville, Big Stone Co., Minn., arrived-in Ta- ber last night for the purpose of securing homestead lands in this vi- cinity. Said he: "1 am greatly in- fatuated with" Alberta, and if I can secure suitable lands here, I will bring my family here in the spring and go at it." The report -of the health depart- a delegate to attend the convention of Agricultural Societies to. be held in Calgary next week. New Year's Day was quiet here There were two scrub hockey games held on the rink. Few people carne into town. At JMrs. and.Mr. Vanhorn, a daughter. A' very sad event happened, in the family of Mr. Perry, a farmer north of the town yesterday, his' infant child becoming choked, through... swal- lowing some_food and dying1. A. E. Vance has gone for a fort- night's holiday. A carnival in cos- tume was- held at the skating rink last night and was well attended. Coaldale ment ior the month shows five male and of December five female There were six deaths. The report also shows three cases of scarlet fever, all of whom are conval- escing. H. M. Shirts, of Upharn, N.D., Pearl Sipe, and W. B- O'Dell, of Baniry, N.D., have secured home- steads and pre-etnptions at Seven Persons. In the early spring they will settle there with their families. and make it their future home. Claresholm Claresholm, Jan. annual meeting of the Agricultural Society was held today. The. following offic- ers were colm Hon.-Vice-Pres., A. B; President, N. S. Aver- ill; "Vice-Presidents, John Roberton, and Montague Leeds; Directors, Mess- rs. A. E. Hunter, D. Vanhorn, J. Mc- Intyre, E. W. Frost, 0. J. Amund- son, N.i Holms, Heartfield, J. White, J. Stevenson. T. Lewis, 0. Berg, W. R. Lindsay, P. Lfiimard, and R. Brown; Auditors, W. Cornwall and' J. R. Watt. The appointment of the secretary was left to thu Direc- tors. Mr. Cornwall was "appointed as BoUs and Pimples Ar-j caused entirely by the blood being iici an impure, condition, and the quickest and simplest way to get of them ia to a fcvr buttles of Burdock Blood Bitters. Thii purely vegetable rernedy has cured thousands of cases of these painful and unsightly troubleg during the past thirty years. Coaldale.. Jan. E. E. Coke- ly has opened a restaurant here jn her building, recently Seitters. The restaurant is- under proficient and "experienced manage- ment, Mr. J. C. Turner, of Calgary, being in charge. In connection .there will be furnished rooms and a lunch counter for the accommodation: of the 'traveling public. A line lected groceries has been: added for the convenience _o'f the patrons. Rev.; Mr, Simins, of Lethbridge, had charge of the service, here today... as Rev. Mr. Lytle was unable to attend. Mr. Sale, and family enjoyed .the visit of Mr. Smith and Miss Murphy on Sunday. -Mr. Smith is- the night j agent at the Lethbridge statiori; Pot-ts arrived from Taber. Sun- day afternoon-to resume her duties as teacher Monday. .agreement is followed it will fall upon day-of January. Lewis Stockett, by competent stenographer. Apply Box C, cjo Her- ald. 13.5 Fresh Oysters At the Alberta Restaurant Sho) fc Orders al all Hours Oliver Block- Phone 228 BOILS M-f 4- view, "Last niiictc? Mr. S. J. Weir, Ont., summer J .had ____________ctccn boils on my T T T T T T neck and back. I off work for over two v ceks. I took every- thing I could think of hut to no effect. I got a Ixvtllo of Burdock Jilooci Bitters and before 1 had iisea half the bottle VATO gone., t took the rt-st of it, however, and I liavo not- had a boil since." Mrs, W. J. Cran- f 4" writes-. was troubled with pimples on my face for ft couplo of years tried d must perioo thel Dominion .Lands" Agency, or Sub f f Agency for district. pruxy may be made at any agency 03 certain conditions, by father mother, of -intending months' residence upon cultivation of the land lu etch f three" years. A may Ive within nine; miles of .his d on a farm of at least, 80 solely and.- him oi by his father, mother, son, daughter, brother or sister, In certain district? a, homesteader iu good.standing may. quarter-section alongside his- home- stead. Price f 3.00 per acre. Duties. reside six months in' each of six years from dakroi entry required to earn homestead patent) 'and cultivate fifty acres, extra- A homesteader who has exhausted his homestead right and' cannot Ob- tain a pre-emption' pur- chased homestead-in certain Price, per- acre. reside six months in each' of three years, cultivate fifty erect a house worth W. W. CpBT. Deputy 'of the Minister of the publication :ol this advertisement will not be, paid for. Coal, Ice and PRAYING Western Transfer Co. LONG BROS.Proprietora Office opposite Balmoral PHONE: 03 TO THE PUBLIC We have bought out the Star Transfer Co. Draying outfit, and are prepared to execute all orders for. I D RAYING i promptly A satisfaiitorily. Coal delivered promptly. Cafch on. delivery. L ia If man ;