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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 6, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta U'THBRIDOe, ALBERTA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1908, PAOe THREE Always Leaders Hand tailored garments, ready to try on, yet so constructed that alterations can be made quickly and accurately, were originated withFit-Reform. The system of training tailors to become perfect in making an individual part of a garment, was introduced into Canada by Fit-Reform. Styles which easily su[)plant the efforts of the best custom tailors are created by Fit-Reform. The protection to purchasers of guaranteeing satisfaction or money back, was original with Fit-Reform. 83 Cowley McKELVIE & McGUIRE Sole Agents for Lethbridjie. Cowloy, Nov. 'J,-Dr. anil Mrii. Cnnipbcll of lAithbi'ldgf, woro rocoiit gxfcsts of Il(!V. (1. Uniiiiltdn nt the MlUlHl". MiV .1. Diivison. the .senior part lUM' of the tJi'iiurul Supply Co., iiflor 11 two Wfok.s' Htny will return to Nova Scotia on Hunday, lioinR pre-vt'iitod from a lonRor stay by the; con tiiiuptl IllnoHs of Arrs. Ilavisoii. AIlss Annlo Hhcpard Ih connned to her room, Herioii.sly ill. Uov. It. K. Finlay, of rincher Ci'cek wrtB ill town on Haturday lawt in attendance on I lie Quarterly onielal Hoard of the IMelhodiHt (,'liurch, I.,iuid hroek niisHion. He took the .service.s at North Fork and LunUbreck on Suns and vaudeville, weio this week apparently reserved for the mid-week clinnge. An excellent .series of interesting pictures was "Astrakhan Fisheries," while "The Miser," and the "Fighting r.nrson," lillorl in with realistic lifc-drania in moving pictures. In the vaudeville acts Aitken Bro.s. with an entirely new string of songs and comedy again showed themselves up in mirth-producing style. Their dance ability, however, is their strong line and they again made good in top-notch stylo with the audience. Their whole act was very good. Doris Donner, the pretty little vaudeville star certainly made another big hit last night, particularly in her clever and witty singing to various individuals in the audience,, in which sho brought round after rtnuul of ap-plau.se from the^crowd. Last night di'nionslrali'd with lier a fact rarely seen i'l vaudeville performers, that ill the closing half of three sUaiglit week.s' engagement she was able not Duly to "make good" but to actually make a bigger hit than ever. The illustrated song.s were very good also and Mr. VVallaCv^ continued to make mi-riy his hearers in his ])o]Hilar endering (jf ".lust nrcausc uuly Uox l.);)(i, (.;alKary, Alia. 7(}.0 SITUATION WANTED Wanted by steady mini, c^iii' of offices, furnaces, etc, Handy man, willing to make himself useful in any way. Janus Heanl, l'o>t Ofllei., I.eth-hridge. 276-C SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING REQ ULATI0N8 Coal miaing rights ol tbc Domiulou in Manitoba, HaHkalchewan, Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the North-WoHl Xerritorieit and Britiab Culuuroia, may be Uasdd for a term of twenty-one years at an anouGl rental ol tl an acre. Not more than 2,660 acrus will he leafied to one applicant. Application lor a leaae must be made to the Agent or Sub-Agent ot the district iu which the rights applied for are situated. In surveyed territory the Ian* must be described by eections, or lo gal subdivitly Box D., Herald. 276-G Dainty Dorris changes her act tonight at the Lyceum. FOR SALE Honsi' and two lots on Martletl SI., best r"sid, iitial location in the city. Terms. Apply 1'. (). Pox 22,'). 275-0 Canada Western Chartered Corporation \ Ltd. Capital $500,000 SCRIP FOR SALE .'120 aerif .it .$1.75 per aero for cash. I''or full particulars apply S. L. Chap-pel 1, P. O. 275-0 FOR SALE, .\ baby's rig, a biby's go-cart, and an Kldridge sewing machine. Apiily Tlios. Stnbbs. 277-0 refunded if the rightB applied for are not available but not olherwiac. A roy.ilty shall be paid ou the merchantable output of the aline at the �ate of live cents per Ion. Every 1'...see o{ cual miuiug right� which lire not being operated shall furnish the dixtriet Agent ol Dominion Lauds with a sworn statement to Ihul effect al least oace in each year. The ieiiae will include the coal mining ri(;ht8 ouly, but the lesee may be permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may be considered necessary for the working ol the mine at the rate of $10 an acre. I'or full information a.pplicatiou chnuU! be mode to the Secretary ol the Departmeni cf the Interior, Ot-tawu, or any Agent or Sub-Agent ol noiuinion LitndB. W. W. CORY, L^t Deputy MiniBtcr o( the Interioi NIL-Unauthorized publication ot this advertispineiil will not be paid lor. Financial Agents. Fiscal Agents Brokers. ' for Royal Collieries Lid All Standard Stocks Handled STORE TO RENT Hill niock Dnfferiu St.. .store .sixty fe.'t long. Ciood show windows. Ap-l>ly K. J. Hill & Co. 2CG-0 HEAD OFFICE-VICTORIA, B. C. STUDENTS HAD TO HUSTLE Wasliiiipton, Nov. 0.-Fir(^ which started in tlie kiteln-n of the Bliss Fleetiical Seliool located in the edge of the district line at Tacoma park, a suburb uortli of this city early today comiielled 20n students to llei- for their lives in their night clothing. The hiiilding which was a three stori y fraiiu- structure, formerly the Old North Tacoma Hotel, was cDinpli'tely destroyed. PUBLIC NOTICE TO RENT I-'uinisliiil riiom snitalile for two gi'iitlemen. 74 Dnfferiu .SI. oiiposite neiv Presbvterian church.. 77-2 SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTHWEST LAND REGULATIONS " TO RENT - I Wanted respectable gentlein.in to Sittings ot. the District ' J"'" another in occupying a double Court of the Dis- trict of Lethbridge The sittings of the District Court and the District Judgie's Crimiiuil Court of tiie Diijtrict of Lethbridge during the year 1909 will bo held at furnished bedroom, central, inodern eipiivc'iii'nces. -IIO Hurdett St. 77-2 TO LET Rooms to let, alsly 20 Argyle Ave. 270-0 ROOMS TO RENT I'uriiislu'd rooms, hot and cold wa-e places and on the dates given be-. ^,,,,.eniences. Call Citizens Band night. at the Lyceum to- low for the trial of actions and tlie | disposal of any civil business which jj],,^]. may pfoperly bo brought before the i__'_ said Court. ' J. Cantin. Room 2, Hill 278-0  The Coaldale Restaurant Is the place to get a good Square Me.il. Everything new and clean. Columbia Restaiiruiit's Old Stand Couldalo Block. Short Orders at all Hours ^ I Y.M.C. GYMNIISIUM Under direction of fWilli K II. MlimiL CLASSES NOW OPEN Young Men's, Tues; ind fri,, 8-9.30 Mmi M�B'8 " " 5-e Busy Men's, Rioo. and I'nurs. Boys, Wed. and Sat., ?-8 Mock Parllimen}.. Tliursday Evening For Kates, etc., See B. LCOPE A.il.&I. omco F. A. MAXWELL Alberta Realty Co. "THANKSGIVING" FLOWERS Cieo. Taylor's Rreeiihoiise is in splendid shupi^ this fall. Jt contains a line collection of ci-ysanthennims, carnations, potted plants, and flowers ot oilier varieties. There 'Ih al.so displajeil a larne bed ot lettuce and paisley, 'rhieo ilunisanil feet ot hot water pipe lias been installed ami ul-togelher Mr, 'Taylor lias an uji-to-dale ureeiiliouse. Any dosiriiin' tlow-cr.s for TlmnliKpfiving can have them delivered if they will phone the order to .'Mr. Taylor. DINING CAR PUT ON l-;iIoctive with the cbaiiKo iu time Nov. 1.-,t, the Canadian Pacific has iu-aiigfuraled a cafo car service) on the south hraneh out of t'ulgary, the cars hiMiig altached to the afternoon train lea>inK Calgary at lO.-l.'i, and the morning train leaving ISlaclood at 7 o'clock. . This HhouUl be a groat convenience to tho travelling public. The cafe car .service on tho north branch out of Calgary remains unchanged, the car being atlachert to all trains. All meals arc served la carlo. A LARGE CONSIGNMENT OF Quebec Famuese Apples and Ontario Snow Apples JUST RECEIVED Also a Ctir of . . , Washington Winter Apples . . . To Arrive in a Few Daj' Come early if you want any of these They are going fast Ihe Good Co. Phone 98 The Up-to-Da(c Grocers LKTHBRHJGK- Commoncinp: Tuesday, January 2Gtli. Tup^sday, February 23rd. Tuesday, itarcb 23rd. Tuesday, April 27th. Tuesday, May 25th. Tuesday, June 22nd. Tuesday, September 28tli. Tuesday, October 2eth. Tuesday, November 23rd. Tuesday, D.combor 14th. R.AYMOND- Tuesday, January 19tli. Tuesday, .-Vpril 20tb Tuesday, September 7tb. Tuesday, November IGtb. M.-VGRATH- Wednesday, January 20th. Wednesday, April 21st. Wednesday, September 8th. Wednesday, November 17tli CAHDSTON- Thursday, January 21st. Tliursday, April 22nd. I Thursday, September 9lh. I Thursday, November 18th. TAHKR- Tuesday, Fi^bruary 9lh. Tuesday, May 11th. Tuesday, Sejiteinber 21sl. Wednesday, December 1st. WARNER- 'J'ue-stlay, March 9tb. " Tuesday, June 9t!i. Friday, September 24th. Tuesday, December 7tb. S. B. wool i. Deputy Attorney General. DATED October 19th, l!'/08. j SHORTHAND I J. E. MacGregor, oflieial court ! shorthand reporter, will be nt bis oflice. Room 4, Oliver Block, from 7 to 9 every evening Ibis week to receive applications from i>npils for instruction in typewriting and sten-oprapby. 274-6 TO RENT Three new eottapis in Nortli Ward, close to school Ajiply ty cannot ijrohibit you from si'cnriiig bargains at niy Store. Frank Waddington xetuephone: sei 410 ROUND STREET Any pi-rson who is the sole head t a family, or any male over 18 yi ar.-t 'Id, may homestead a quarter-scctinn (j' .ivailable Dominion land in Manitoba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. The .ipiilicant must appear in person at the Dominion Lands Agency or Sub As.' 'iicy for the district. Entry uy l-mxy may be made at any agency on ci rtain conditions, by father, molher, son, daughter, brother or ma I?.' of intending homesteader. ihiiiis.-Six months' residence upon � .n i cultivation oi the land in each lit three years. A homesteader may i'.Xi' within nine miles of hia hom";-st hon'iestead right and cannot ob-Inii a pre-tmpliou may take a pur-cb..ised homestead in certain districts. I'l ice $3.00 per acre. Duties.-Must rr.side six months in each of three ye.u.s, cultivate fifty acres and erect a bouse worth $300.00. W. W. CORY, Deputy of the Minister of the Interior. N.B.-Unaiilhorized publication of til is advertisi uient will not be paid for. Canadian SINGLE FARE FOR ROUND TRIP TO VANCOUVER, B.C. f***4#*###**** EST.VULISIIEI) 18(51 ^^^ Merchants Bank of Canada . HEAD OFFICE, JfONTKEAL Paid-up Capital............................liG.OOO.OOO Htwrveana Umlividcd Profits.............. 4-,L'07,40() Accounts of Merchants, Farmers and Ranchers Solicited Drafts Money Orders Letters of Credit Savings Bank Dopartiiiont Lethbridge Branch: Coaldale Block, Redpath St.  TICKETS ON SALE NOV. 15, 16 ,17 Going transit limit eight days from date of issue Final return limit Nov. 30th. Validation fee of llfty cents ii'iy-able lai these tiekets at Vancouver. l''or full [larticulais, apply to agent of the company or to J. E. PROCTOR, D. P. A. Calgary L. M. JOHNS-fONE Barrltt.r and Solicitor Ollioe adjoining Union T�thbridi[�. Oauk, 52 ;