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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 2, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta ALstfttA, 2, I Canada's Greatest Success In Hand-Tailored Garments ,-_ Fit-Reform has won its big sikxess under the most direct eomparisdn with i jarments made by the eading merchant tailors. Men, who wanted the best garment that cbuld be made, tried both, and are now Suits and Overcoats exclusively. Any man, who wishes the 'greatest possible value for his money, should make the same comparison; 821 McKELVIE McGUIRE SoU. Agents for Lethbridge. MARRIAGE .BAN LIFTED' Message from Smyth-Pigott to His Clapton Followers rom the basement a few minutes be- ore 12 o'clock, it was evident that hey had heaid glad tidiigs. Nearly II the ladies were smiling. No put Hava Power in Britain r.-ori'kvu, Oct. Mrs. obtain Churchill has quickly proof that she 'is prepared to discharge the pub- ic duties that fall to the lot of -the wife of a cabinet mimsk-r by opeu- ng a baxanr in aid of the work of the Browning -SattioiJU'ijt with a neat little speech charmingly delivered. This with her previous appearance on the platform Dundee and 'Man- chester ranks her among the women orators of the Liberal party. Mrs. Lloyd-George is also taking a position in the public eye. She delighted an audience, composed j largely of members of the Welsh col- ony in London, gathered to thn laying of the foundation stone of a new chapel by delivering a speech in. Welsh. "No Welsh people ara Happy un- less they have a Welsh chapel near she observed. Lady Crowe, Mrs. -Harcourt, Mrs. Sydney Buxton, and Mrs. Walter Runcimau are other Minister's wives who have- spoken on the jgublic plat- forni." Mrs. Asquith, the Premier's wife, is the central figure in a circle of in- ellectuai and brilliant minds, Mrs. iirrell is greatly interested in the or- ganisation of the Women's Liberal Association. Lady Carrjngton takes a prominent part both in politics and society, and Lady Marjory Sin- hiir, who was trained to politics by ier mother, the C.ountess of Aber- leen, made her first public speech in ler ''-schoolgirl-days. Color, Flavor, Fragrance 'are the strong points oj: Daily Herald Market Place Wta have uytJUaf to idl or U reit fitct it it thte If witt MM ihb 25c MC 6 SI RAM LAL'S PURE TEA It's RICH, CLEAR COLOR, fresh FRAGRANCE and DELICIOUS FLAVOR have made it hosts of friends. Are YOU OIK? yet? IT IS PURE! Iii 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. Tondon, Oct. recent mar- riage of two young inmates of the "Abode of Love" at John Victor Read ancVMLss May Link had. a effect on Agapemone-teaching. It hus led Smyth-Pigott '.'graciously" to remove the ban on marriage which has ex- isted hitherto among his followers.- Since Srr.yth-Hgott'ij flight to Spax- ton the church at Clapton rarely used. But every Sunday even- ing a strictly to Taber TS of the- held in a large room" underneath the church of course, privacy is assured Last meetings, however, took place-in the sure indica tion that the occasion was a one. The meeting "had been fixed for elev en o'clock. About half an hour pre viously a bearded man of solemn .mien took up behind tree near the great iron It vra his duty to scrutinize and, being satisfied that they belong- ed to Smyth-Pigott's band, to admit them. He was a careful janitor, and he took the precaution uf- closing the gates after each .arrival.. It had been intimated .toj.he faith- ful by letter during the week that someone from the Agapemone at Spaxton would attend to deliver an important message-from their" leader. So there was a good.rally, fully a hundred people obeying the- sum- mons, the major portion of then? be- ing Indies. Smyth-Pigott had sent a lady as hii messenger. She. remind; the flock that "while the'-flesh r.was.. not. in harmony with the spirit" marriage had been denied them. "But" their "beloved" had wrought a great work he "had redeemed his people" anc no longer did the flesh war agains the spirt.. In other words, she in timated that iriarriage now might be The calico dress and basket social under the auspices of the young la- lies of the M.I.A. of the S.D.S. church, took place last night am proved to be by far the biggest social event :of the season. The clegaut cos tumes worn by the ladies, .were spe cially made for the occasion. Livelj and enchanting music wsis rendam by Shell's orchestra. The fishin, booth afforded to some much merri ment while cfLinty refreshments wer in by all. Mr. the firm' of Carro and Doyle, "proprietors of the Tabe Hotel, is spending a few days it and ir combining pleasure with business. -He is agreeably sur- prised at the rapid advancement made here since his last visit one year ago. Mr. Doyle is heavily interested in the lumber industry at Fort Steele-, B. He said that while shipping br- iers the past year have been few his mills have b.-en extremely active in manufacturing the .raw -material into all kinds of. building supplies. Ram LaT.s Tea is Sold only in Lethbridge by THE BENT LEY CO. LTD WANTED Bookkeeper wanted. Must be exper- ienced. Apply to South Alberta Lumber Co., corner Ford St., ant Westminster Road. 272-6 SYNOPf II OF COAL MINING RCQ ULATIOMS uiuuug of tbe Doouuloa m Manitoba, BMkatetewao. Alberta, i Yukon Territory, the and Briiiab ColiuBut, ouj lor a term Of at an aoouai rental of aa acre. Not more than will leaded to Application for a leaw noat be A waitress taurant. WANTED Apply at Coaldale Res- '272-6 Coleman considered an honorable state. When the "people trooped fortl Coleman, Oct. Mills, who has for the past year or more filled .the position of coal inspector [or the C.P.K. at this point, left last night for Winnipeg, and will take a position with the railway company at. sonic eastern point. Mr. Mills will be greatly-missed-, by his rnutij friends ami. will have the good wishes of all in his new-'position. Frank Smith of Sask arrived in town. yesterday ami I'. spending a few; days' with his brothei Fred Smith., at the Boarding House Win. Haley of 'the 'Coleman Livery Stnblosriiadc a business trip to Let! bridge on Wednesday ami. returnee Friday morning. TAV; T. Stewni-t has secured a posi- tion with- E. "Disney at the Tloyal Collieries mine and will'leave for r.ethbndge tonight. jMr. Smart has beer? a welghrnan for the ul Coal Coke Co. for the last three years.and a hall and many will rc- ret to know that ho and vill Golcman. Boeck, the -11 Market, Blairmore, has return- ed to Cblerhan and has VTaiCcu. a posi- tion with Co. Jos. Ste- You will be .sujtwl mentally and bodily if MARK JOHN- STON cleans aud presses your suit... Your suit is guaranteed v; to suit you. JOHNSTON Plosse 215 GooJs CaJW for u4 DeMrerei UmraTHitel BOY WANTED Position and home for good boy, twelve years of age to make "himself useful aud to go to school. Apply Box D., Herald Office. 260-0 THE CAMPAIGN ACROSS THE; BORDER i The Big Four Railroad is sending some of its officer in a special train over; its lines in Ohio to-urge its em- ployers to vote for Taft on the ground lhat business would bs b tter under him, but assuring the mc-n that they will not be discharged'if they vote for Bryan. Herman Ridder, treasurer of the Democratic national committee, .has made public a new list of the con- tiibutions received by -th committee. The total now The sudden eruption of Bryan and Kern ''banners all along Broadway, New York, and to some' extent in Twenty-Third and other- side h'13 aroused considerable comment, Entirely new pictures at the ceum tonight. Ly- POSITION WANTED Wanted position at Lethbridge, by competent stenographer. Can take rapid dictation and make accurate transcription. Best references fur- nished if desired. Bernice Cornwall, c-o M. J. Conner, Warner, Alta. 27WJ ipns__of. feet are now ready in the various -districts to bs shipped and orders are fast coming in. Mrs. Amasa Bullock, and children of Tp. 9 R. 17 have moved to Welling Provol school district for the winter. -Shortly after her arrival, she was greeted Joy the stork, who pre; sented'lier handsome 10 pound son. Mr. Bullock is .alone Bttsiness Mai's Lnchnn NON'EMBER 3 at the HUB CAFE Cream of Celery Grilled Lamb Cutlets Sauce Peach Crouton Boiled aod Mashed Potatoes Sugar Beets FOR SALE OR TRADE Two or three teams of good work horses in exchange for town property. Apply P.O.Box Lethbridge. 72-6 the district in which the rijbU plied for are iituated. lu surveyed territory Ua'' must be deecribed by oi gal of sectioiu, and IB uriBurveyed territory the tract appli tid for shall be staked out. Each application must be Accom- panied by a fee of which will rt mded if the rights applied for not avaikble but not otberwue. A royalty shall be paid on the mer- chantable output of the mine at the rate of five cento per ton. Every oi coal mining which are not being operated furnish the district Agent of Domin- ion Lands with a sworn statement to that effect at least oace in each year. The lease will Include the coal ruining only, but the leaee may be permitted to purchase whatever available surface rigbU may be eon- dered necessary for the working oi e mine at the rate of acre. For full information applicatioo ouid be made to the Secretary oi f. Berryessa, VII; Juno Nilsson, VI; and Roxie Rwleback V. i For making constitution: Mr. Canada Western Chartered Corporation Ltd. Capital Curtis, Mr. Baker, Miss Davis and j Financia] Agents. Fiscal Agents Miss Thompson. Last evening party was Brokers. for Royal Coilkrks Ltd. ADRRSSiON: AMb 2Sc msidntial tlectw Utim of tfct 8.S. Tomernw .vill leave Tuesday for the B.Y.U. I Provo. Also a birthday party for hi? i brother, Edgar i Thco. Brandley of Stirling, is inj town for the mooting this' afternoon j Mr, Paris rcturndc from Loth- j loot I inff. Mrs. Gould anri family aro ia from the ranch for the winter. Mr. Tbey from Cardson, is in town. Cannon irom Stirling, is in town toftiiy. hn.-s turned his ice creanii parlor into a stationary and book 'department. Mr. has HEAD B. C. The sittings of the District Ggurt and the District Judge's Criminal Court, of the District of Lethbridge during the year 1909 will be held at c..e places and on the dates given be- low for the trial of actions and the disposal of. any civil business which may properly be brought before the said Court. Commencing: Tuesday, January 26th. Tuesday, February 23rd. Tuesday, March 23rd. Tuesday, April 27th. Tuesday, May 25th. Tuesday, June 22nd., Tuesday, September 28th .x Tuesday, October 26th. Tuesday, November 23rd. Tuesday. December 14th. Tuesday, January 19th. Tuesday, April 20th Tuesday, September 7th. Tuesday, November rath. Wednesday, January 20th. Wednesday, April 2.1st. Wednesday, September 3th. Wednesday, November 17th. Thursday, January 21st. Thursday, April 22nd. Thursday, September 9th. 1 Thursday, November 13th. TAUER- Tuesday, February 9th. Tuesday, May llth. Tuesday, September 21st. 1 Wednesday, December" 1st. Tuesday, Tuesday, June 9th. Friday, September Tuesday, December 7th. S. B. WOODS, Deputy Attorney; General. DATED October 19th, 1903. STORE TO RENT Hill Block Dufferin St., store sixty :eet long. Good show windows. Ap- ply E. J. Hill Co. 266-0 FOR RENT One half of store, centrally.: located, 12 1-2 feet by '25 feet, rent per month. Apply Box R., Herald. 270-6 NOTtCk I am prepared to take in horses by the mouth or season, plenty of pas- ture, straw, stacks and water. Ap- ply at Hemelryk's farm, G miles east Fielding, 261-12 SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any person who is the sole head a family, or any male over 18 years :may homestead a quarter-section available Dominion land in Mani- k-ba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. The applicant must appear in person at the Dominion Lands Agency or Sub Agency for the district. Entry Dy proxy may be mado at any agency on certain conditions, by father, mother, daughter, brother or sw ter of intending months' residence upon djid cultivation of jthe land in each of three years. A homeateader- may live within nine miles of his home- stead: on a farm of at least BO acc-a solely owned and occupied by him or by his father, mother, son, daughter, or sister. In certain districU a homesteader in good standing may pre-empt quarter-section alongside his home- stead. Price J3.00 per acre. Duties. reside six months in each of six. years from date oi homestead entry (including the time required to earn homestead patent) and cultivate fifty acres extra .A homesteader who has exhausted his homestead righY and cannot ob- of town or Lethbridge. address Jos. SHORTHAND J. E. MacGregor, official court shorthand reporter, and champion shorthand writer of America last year will take a limited number of pupils in shorthand and tjTpewriting. Office Room 4, Oliver Block. .Hours: 4 to6, nnd 7 to 9 day this week 74-6 tain a pre-emption may take a pur- chased homestead in certain districts. Price per acre. reside six months in each of three years, cultivate fifty acres and erect a house worth 1300.00. W. W. COEY, Deputy of the Minister of the Interior. publication of this advertisement will not be paid REAL ESTATE BARGAINS joist- roceivpd a Irirpe stock of station-! ary and books. i A grand Balia.l Concert will b> giv- Wednesday, Nov. 4 in the nvetingj house. v ESTABLISHED ISGi i I 2 mcruidiiia Ddim ui udimua HEAD OFFICE, MONTREAL Paid-up Reserve .and Undivided'Profits.............. Accounts of Merchants, Farmers and Ranchers Solicited Savings Bank Department Drafts Money Orders Letters of Credit Lethbridge Branch: Coaldale Block, RedpatH St. Lota, Block A, Hig- t iibotham Addition, corner Dryden and Torrance, for Lot 7, Block 8, cor. of McBeth and Bail- ey St. X mile from North Ward Lot 3, Block A, vrith good 5 roomed house between Smith and Round. Sts, only half mile from postoffice Lot on Westmin- ster X nrile from Central of sub-division into 10 full sized lota 5--East half of Acre Lot