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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 27, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LtTHUIDtt WE D N It DAY II AY II, till The Mark of Identity We are safeguarding your interests when we urge you to look for the Fit-Reform trademark in every Suit and Overcoat you buy. Coleman It is the distinguishing sign of value. Thousands of men have learned that it pays to look for this pays well to find it. 10 Let it guide YOU alwayi i n b u y i n g Suits and Overcoats. McKELVIE McGUIRE Sole Agents for Lethbndjj-e. INSIDE: YOUR COAT The merits of our clothing are not all on the surface. In the making of every garment special attention is given to those "hidden things" which make it retain its shape and new appearance the inner lining, hair-cloth, shoulder pads and stays. These mean greater value. ASK IF IT'S A SOVEREIGN W. E. SANFORD HAMILTON, OXT. MANUFACTURING CO. Limited WINNIPEG, MAN. MAN LICKED BY PUPPY WILL DIE IN FIVE DAYS Wealthy New York Manufacturer Faces Painful News With Great Composure New York, May William H. Marsh, an elderly man, walked out oi the.Pasteur Institute today, climb- ed into his carriage waiting to take him back to his handsome home-in Brooklyn, no one would have guessed, seeing him so, that here was a man who had just heard his own death -warrant, knew his end must come soon and painfully. "You waited too the sur- geons said to him. "Oour treatment DIVORCE CASES IN FREDERICTON COURT Colenum, May Mr. lican, ft u c? i L> i 1 VtSMA W Mr. Raymond Van Valin has conduct ed open air in our town dur- ing the past week. Mr. Bean's sing- ing of popular gospel songs in his fine tcuor so well balanced by Van Velin'u bass, while they accom- panied on their guitars, drew the crowd. After entertaining them with a few hart-touching songs Mr. Dean would speak and it Is pleas ing to know that the work has not been in vain. Kcv. Mr. Haddon, Methodist minis- ter of Frank occupied the pulpit of the Presbyterian Church here Sun- day morning and evening and in his usual forceful and entertaining man- ner delivered two very interesting scr- 'mons to large and appreciative con grcgutions. Mr, Haddon's monthly visits to Coleman are always looked forward to with by ,the people of Coleman. Mrs. Heck, of Taber, a one time re- sident of Coleman, been visiting at Mrs. Charlie Dunlop's during the past week. She speaks in glowing terms of Tabtr but declares there is still a warm spot in her heart for Coleman. For some weeks past a photo tent has been pitched just east of the coke ovens. The recent wet weather has not very favorable for their business but. the proprietors time has not "hung heavy" upon thejr hands by any means and they are getting a generous share of the surplus cash of the camp. At the same time Mr. Gage has not been idle and with his large neR ca- mera has been doing work that would be hard to surpass for excellence of focus, tone, and finish, even where the facilities for work is all that could "be desired. Mr. McPhee, sec.-treas of the Cole- man Mercantile Co. has been on the sick List for some days but is around again. He accompanied his friends Rev. Mr. Bean and Mr. Yai -Velin as -far as Nelson where he wil take a few days' rest before assum ing his heavy duties once more. Mr. Quinnette of Quinnette anf a family, or any male over 18 years of age, to the extent of one-quarter .-section of 160 ncrc-s more or less. Application for entry must be rriadi1 in person by the applicant ut ;L Do- minion Lands Agency or Sub-Agency for the district in which the land ia situate. Entry by proxy may, how ever be made at an Agency on certain conditions by the father, mother, son, daughter, brother or sister of an in- tending homesteader. The homesteader is required to per- form the homestead duties under one of the following plans: (1) At least six months' residence upon and cultivation of the land in ich year for three years. (2) A homesteader may, if he so esires, perform the required resi- ence duties by living on famine and owned solely by him, not hss hsn eighty (80) aaes in extent, in he vicinity of his homestead. Joint wncrship of laud will not meet this equiremeut. (3) If the father (or mother, if the ather is deceased) ef a homesteader Exhibition Grounds during big raco meet on Juno 3rd and 4th. For particulars apply to 40 3 A. R. McGUIRE, Acting Secy TO RENT Two houses to rent, water. Applj H. Macbeth Agency. 41 Paris, May Tempa this at-: ternoon oprnly advocates an Anglo- French offensive and defensive alli- ancu to replace the existing entente providing, however, that the British army be reorganized. erything about it will lye first class and the beat that money can provide. The government is now at work on the high road between Coleman and Crow's Nest grading, raising, levell- ing, widening and otherwise getting the roadway connection these two stations. And it is to be hop- ed that the good vork will not stop there but that from Fcrnic at least, right to Lcthbridgc such n pood road may be constructed as to make it possible to drive in a carriage or automobile the whole distance. The faction with other stakes were converting their people to a better, a. fuller compliance with the the reports given, but nlso progressing, HANDFORD Small house and two lots on Coutt