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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 4, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta UTHBRIDae, ALseitTA, WeONCSDAY, He gnu the practice of his profes-4( !*ion in Halifax. He is a .�on-^ in-law of Hon. Mr. Pipes, the ^ Liberal Altoriiey-Geiienil for >^ the pioviiiee of Nova Scotia. % The eonte.';! i'l Cumbcrhuul % was a young man'.-i fight, for % the Liberal candidate, Mr. J. % L. Ralston, is but three years )f older. Mr. Ralston is a lawyer j)c of Audurst, a partner of the re-i^c tiring member for the counly. 4( Mr. Hanee J.ogan. * Coleman 'Vi\l)ei', ,\(,v, ;).-\VI)nt (hrealeneil for a thae In lie a tlisiistrou.s fire lit Dlmimiiom llros. Ilotel'at Coal City on Wodne.'idiiy jnsf. at tlic hour of midnight, caused by the sudden ovplo-8lon or a keroKoue lamp stanrtlnpf upon the coimler of tlie offloo, was narrowly avi'i'led by Iho timely arrival of Mr. Williams, the miMchant, who happciic!! to lie pn.s.slng at the time. Ho, heedless of his owii safety, rushed Into the i'api with his family and Dijening >ip n proihue store at an early date. At the meeting of the town council held last night ii: the council chamber, theio wore present Mayor Moug-las and Couneilnien Heck, DaV'S. Ifannuer, Campbell and Hullock. .V eommunicution from G. \V. '.i'it.cll, secretary and treasurer of the board of education, asking [or :., asking for P"rmission to hnild a lUau- mill of IH.I barrels daily X'apacil.v was read and discussed. 'J'he secri^tary was instructed to-inform t)u! .said company i that a di'siralile location would he granted with uu exemption from taxation foi- a period of five years. Color, Flavor, Fragrance (iro the (jtrong poinls of fYLLars Pi/re Tea OjA|/�HTCtD A9souTayPur?E AsMANUFMTUKCDONIHe Gardens in India. RAM LAL'S PURE TEA It's ll[CH, CLEAR COLOR, {rosh FRAGRANCE aiul DELICIOUS FLAVOR have iiiado it hosts of friends. Are YOU one yet ? IT IS PURE! Ram Lai's Tea is Sold only in Lethbridge by THE BENTLEY CO. LTD. were then ordered purch.iscd Un- the police doriarlmcnt, All r.npaid ta.'wOH, including licenses, ilo.g aner of tlic council to i)urchnsc n new suit c)f clothes and that a i)holograph of the group be taken. Carried unaniinous- PaYrnond Haymond, Xov. 3.-Horn to 'SJvh. and ^^\. .Tames Turner, !?unUay, Nov. 1, a I'oy. ^frs. Wynder and famil.v returneil to Cardston I'riday after a week's visit with her niolher. The Itaynuind Young I'eo[)U''s Society will hold their next ua'cling at the cluiieh U'ednesday. at S ji.m. ']"he subject will 1k> the C. K. toidc. Ale. Magralh was in town yester day. Air. Cliirk of the Telephone Co.. 1 .ei hbriilge, was in l{ii,\ nionil M'ster-day. The infaid child of .Mr. and Airs. K. n. Fullmer died Sunday. Aliss Ada Watson, from Taber. is at home for a few Weeks. NOTICE When yuu have anything to sell or tu rent place it in tills colnmn. tf you wanl tnythiof Me >(lili colnod, 25e on/insertion 6 insertions fur SI In reidying lo ads in this emlumn kindly follow insti'uc. lion stated in the ad. The Herald cannot give any addi. tional information regarding the matlei- or the udvertisev. SITUATION WANTED Wanted by steady .man, c ire nf of-iices, furnaces, etc. Handy man, willing to nutke liiniself nsc'ful in any way. J:iinis IJeard. I'ost Olllee, T.eth-briiige. U7G-0 WANTED TO RENT Sliack, cottage or rooms furni.shed .�)r unfurnished for man, wife and two �hildren. State terms. W. Wtttt.s, I.ethbridge. I'ohtodice. 270-1 W" ill" undersigned cordially invite llie r-'sidint taxiuiyers of North Ward lo attenil a meeting lo be held at ,T. W. r>oullon's store on Westminster I'vOiid on Vriday evening, N'ovember Gth at 8.;!0 p.m. to di.^cuss municipal matters as pertaining to the North Ward in particular. 8I(iNKD: JA.S. W. UOULTON, J. T. JOHNSON. ('. H. HARDING, SAJ^I JONKS, C. W. STKVKNSON, ^ R. NIMMONS, ARTHUR FRAYNK. HOME WANTED Kor good l)oy 12 years of age who .iesires tu go to school and make himself useful in the I'veiiing. Apply llo.v 1)., Herald. 276-6 POSITION WANTED sisicin wanted as chambermaid or geneiiil .-eivinit. .Xddress Canadian Quick l.uneli 1 276-1 WANTED lUiokkeepev wanl -d. ^[iist be exiier- ieiicecl. .App y to .South Alberlii Lumber Co., corner l''ord Si., and \Vestminst"r R(jad. 272-G WANTED .-\ waitress .\pply at Coaldale Res- ttiirant. 272-G SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING HEQ ULATION8 Coal mtuiuit rii;bt8 ui tlie �)oinuiluu in Mouitobii, SiiiikRlchcwan, Alberta, '.he Yukon Terrilory, the NorllifWent rerritoricD hnd Hriliah Coluuroia, luu; bo .teas, 275-6 Eureka theatre Next door to Herald Office Refined Vaudeville and New Motion Pictures MONTE SACROSSE MOVING PICTURES The Silver Heeled Buck Dancer Tho Misatlvcninros of im HYACINTH HAMPTON Our N^rErmml Boy Illustrated Song Remorse Prices lOc and ISc Continuous Performance Starting at 7.30 The Allierta Railway and Irrigation Company Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THE MARKET lots North of the Railroad and West of Westminster Rd. FROM /fd � ^ EACH $150 Also a lew Acre Lots East of Westminster Road, $300 each TERMS EASY One-lJiirtl ciisii, oue-Uiird (>' niontliq. bitliiuco 12 months, Intorost (5 jx;r cent, por atmum Ipply llberti RBliwajf and Irrigation Cs (Und ilnpiirlir.eiit), lethbridge, lllta. Tho ,�ittinf,'.s of the Dislrict Court, and Ihf Di.stricl Jnclpc'.s Criminal \ Court of till' Di.^triot of .Lcthbridgo 'luring the yi�ar 1909 will bo lu-kl at |ilaci>B and on tiio dates givnn below for the trial of actions and thfi dispo.sal of any civil business which may properly be brought before tho said Court. LKTHHIUDGE-CommtMieing: Tutsday, January 2Gth. Tu(!.sday, February 23rd. Tue.-iday, March 23rd. Tuesday, April 27th. Tuoi^day, Jfay 25lh. Tuesday, June 22iul. Tuesday, Septenlbor 28lh. Tuesday, October 20th. Tuesday, November 23rd. Tuesday, l)i.coniber Ulh. RAYMOND- Tuesday, January 19tli. Tuesday, April 20th Tuesday, September 7th. Tuesday, November IGfh. .MAOHATH- Wednesday. January 2011). Wednesday, .\pril 21.st. Wednesday, September 8tli. Wednesday, Novianber 17th. CARDSTON- Thursday, January 21st. Thursday, Ai^ril 22nd. Thursday, Septi'mber 9th. Thur.sday, November 18th. TAUKH- . " Tuesday, February 0th. Tuesday, May 11th. Tuesday, September 21st. W'ednesdny, December 1st. WARNKR- Tuesday. March 9th. Tuesday, June 0th. y-'ridny, Sppteniber 24lh. Tuesday, December 7th. S. 15. WOODS, Dt-puty Attorney General. DATKD October 19th, 1908. FOR SALE. r>etwccd two and' three coid of \l foundation stone, chtap. Ajijjly Ii. N. Wakilcy. 251-0 FOR SALE Three typewrilcrs. Apply Western Stationerv Co. SG.'i-O SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTHWEST LAND REGULATIONS Any person who is the sole head f a family, or any male over 18 years lid, may homestead a quarter-section o' available Dominion land in Manitoba, Sa.Hli.itchewaii or Alberta. The applicant must appear in person at the Dominion Lands Agency or Sub Ascney for tho district. ' Entry oy prcj.xy may bo made at any agency on C'rtain conditions, by father, mother, son, daughter, brother or aid ler of intending honicsteader. Duties.-Six months' reaidenca upon (Jul cultivation of the land in each of threi! years. A homiateader in'iy i;,\ fvithin nine miles of Ilia hom-j-sH'ad on a farm of at Icfiat 80 ac-s soh.'ly owned and occupied by him or hy hi.-, father, mother, son, daughter, brotlu'r ly v.. J. Hill & Co. 26G-Oi(illy acres extra - -^----I A honii steader ,who has exhausted TO LET j his homestead right and cannot ob- Rooms to let. AiJply 20 .Vrfiyh' Ave. | t.iin a ])rc-i'mplion may take a pur- 27G-0 ' chased homestead in certain districts. I'riec ?3.00 per acre. Duties.-Must rt.iide six months in each of three years, cultivate fifty acres and erect a housii worth $300.00. W. W. CORY, Doj.uty of the Minister ol the Interior. N.1.1. --Unauthorized publication of this adverliscment will not be paid for. TO RENT > lionm with board fur 2 ri'sijectable young peiitlenu-n. Ajiply Rox K., W.M-ald Onicc. 75-2 FOR RENT Oni' hall if .-tiiri', eentrally locali-d, si-/. � 12 1-2 U\-\ uy 25 feet, rent $25.00 p.-r month, .�V,.|)lv IJox R., Herald. 270-G 1 LOST New lady's slippi r between the Windsor hotel and Mc\;onuld's store. Ri-ward fur return tu IteidUl- Oflice. SHORTHAND J. K. MaeCiregoi-, odieial cuurl -lioilhaud f( porter, will be al his (ililce. Room -I, Olivei' lUoel;. fruni 7 to 9 every evi'uing this Week lo re-eeivi' ai)|)lieations frum pupils ft r instruetiiin in typewriting and stiMi-ipraphy. 27-1-0 FOR QUICK SALE, 500 Diamond Coal Shares or part llioroof in l.>locks of not Il'88 than 100. For partioixlurs apply . , J. A. VIRTUE Maclood Canadian Pacific Railway Are yau contemplating a trip to THE ORIENT, HONOLULU,. AUSTRALIA NEW ZEALAND .\ro you contemplating a trip to CALIFORNIA or any Paciflc Coast Point , Or a trip to Winnipeg, Detroit, St. Paul, Toronto, Chicago, Montreal, Boston, Hew York, Or any Etwopean point thought of. Merchants Bank-of N Canada HEAD OFFIOl'], IHONTREAL Pnicl-up Cnpitul........................:.. ."fJO.OOO.OOO KosorvoaiKl Utuliviilud Profits.............. 4-.207,400 Accounts of Merchants, Farmers and Ranchers Solicited Savings Bnnk, Depttrliiieiit Drafts Moiioy Orders Lott(!rB of Credit Lethbridge Branch: Coaldale Block, Redpath St. This line is eqqipped with unexcelled first class coaches, tourist uud standard sleepers, and dining cars, coupled with safety, .speed and comfort. Fot folders and complc-tc information apply to J. T. GRAHAM, Agent, Lethbridge. J. E. Proctor, District Passenger Agent, Calgary, Alta. DEAL IS OFF Port Arthur, Out,, Nov. 4.~NeKotia'^ lion.s bi'twi.tui tho two cities and tho,. lii 11 'rt'lephone company for tlie pur-'' eha.su of their j)lunti�here have been broken off, ;