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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 13, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta UBTHBRIDQE, ALMRTA, FRIDAY, NOVEMSER Id. 1901 PAGE THREE. Alterations Made witli Ease and Accuracy One of the great advantages of Fit-Reform is the fadt that eveiy Suit and Overcoat, is ready to try on. Fit-Reform garments are so con^rudted that if aUer-ations should be necessary, they can be made quickly and exactly. Thus Fit-Reform assures an absolutely perfect fit to every man. And you have the Fit-Reforq[i guarantee of "money back if satisfsESlion be not given". NOLAN'S ADDRESS THE JURY McKELVIE & McGUIRE Sole Agents for Lethbridge. FATAL ACCIDENT (Miicleod Advunce.) The 5 year old son of Mr, Fnitik Dickson, who is utiiying nt. Mr. W. Dnmon's viinclio, recoivod a nasty kiok in Uw fiicp. from a liorso liust Thursday, tlie %liikT binng found lying unconscious nonr the stabh; shortly after the accident. A hurried tri)) to town wa'!; niadOj where llio wound was attended to. Later-We regret to learn that th > little sufferer died at the generiil ho.Hi)ital on Sunday iiiorning at an early lionr. The j)ari;nt.s have the sympathy of the counuunity in their sad loss. Color, Flavoi", Fragrance aro the strong points of OGRESS "Imitation is the sincerest flattery.-' But yen don't want an imitation of "Progress Brand" ClofMng Look for the^ label that protects, to insure getting the genuine. 27 Sold and Gviaranteed by McRELVIE (Si McGUIRE. Two Fep-formances Daily: 7.45 and 3.1S pj. THEATR^ Mabel Norman Serpentine Dancing J.W. WALLACE Illustrated Melodies Moving Pictures Entirely New Tonight T O N I G H T ADMISSION: Adults : 25c. Children. 15c The LA MOINES In their Musical Comedy Acts BIG MATINEE DN SftTUHDAY AETEBNQON AT I P.M. N Dode Hallsman and the Weber Sisters In the "Original College Kids" Also the Famous Soubiette- HAZEL SAMON Eureka tbeatre {"at(.'aiy, Nov. 12.-I*. J. Nohiii'n nddroHs to thf jury in the KVlward.g vs. McOillii'udily libi'l ease was ro-purlod by tlic Alborlan as follows: "Thc> wjjolo gravenieu of Iho char};!,' whicli has h.wn broiiKlit ngairtst my c'.iont," said Mr. Nolan, "is that hi', lias hci'ii RuiHy of an offence which is rcKiirded among iiien as an offence which puts a man outside the i)ale of human society once a-III for all. There are offtmce.s which nu'ii commit which are not regnrrhd as serious, but the offence- with which my dii-nt has bi'en'charged is one wliich hold.s him up to the (!xe,-cratioii of'all men. The defence has said that they do not intend to charge Mr. Kdwards with tlu- offence of fleeing from justice. They have said that they have not cliargcd him with an alias, that is to say with using an assumed name. "Gentlemen of the. jurj', if you have any sense at nil, if there is any sense in this country, what do you think about it? What does this language mean? It is .^im'iess for m.y friend, Mr. Davis, who, 1 nuiy state, is a personal friend of mine, lo leliver a learned dissertation to you concerning the Greek philosopher Ei)icurus and to endeavor in that way to ob.scure the meaning of the article which forms the, libel. Mr. Davis has stated that whiskey and dope ai-e interchang(!abli! terms. It this is so, there are nuiny jjeople in this coundy wild will be surprfsed (o hear it. "It is not sufficient lor you, gen-tenien of the jury, to .say that de-fesidant is guilty of libel. You have to .say- that the plea which he put in of justification is not proved. Moreover, the defejjdant must prove that all the allegations which have been nuule against Mr. Kdwards are true. The defence miwt prove that ho was :i di.ssolute person. The defence must prove that Mr. Edwards is a depraved per.s&n. The def(!nce must, prove that he is guilty of something of which wc do not speak. The defence must prove all this, if the defence would prove its case. "After making all these charges, Mr. Davis proceeded lo liken my client to a clergyman. Mr. Davis has menlioiied the matter of politics, and Mr. Davis has suggested that I may make this trial a political question. I do not care what your politics are, gentlemen of the jury. The I defence has stated that tlie object of i this prrj.secution was to kill the Eye I Opener. If any person desires to j kil the Eye Oiiener, and it it should be killed, there is lots of machinery ut their disposal wit which such an obpect might be attained. I do not .sugest that this iiroseeution was entered into on account of politics. ] do not suggest anything of the kind. Mr. ];)avis has referred to some of the eonlt'iits of 'the Ivye Opener and he has stated that soiiu' of the con-teiLs of that paper were jokes. Tiiis prosecution is no joke for my client, of that I can as.sure you. "Mr. McGlUicud dy has been in Calgary, 1 believe,- over two years. Did it take him, two years to discover that the Eye Opener should be killed? I.s it not [lossible that the reason that this attack was made upon the Eye Opener and ilpon its editor at thi.s late date was that it seemed good to Iniad off Ihe Eye Opener and il.s influence in reference; to a certain constituency? "Hut this num was not sitisli-.'d with printing this libel against Mr. lidwards once. He printed it twice. He printed at on llie Gth of Oct. nv.d he |>rinted it on the 12th of October again. If Mr. NfcGillcuddy was so anxi experience in Canada. Apply i-y letter to M. M. Macken/.ie, Tab.r Po.stonice, Alta. 83 o WANTED iSuntll girl to do liglit housework. .\pply to Mrs. J. W. Bawden, corner Glyn and Courtland Sts. 281-6 WANTED Soon after January first, six room or larger cottage to rent or lease. Will pay good rental for modern well located cottage. Address C. R. Carlson, 2723 Norh Girard Ave., Minneapolis, Minn. . 281-12 WANTED \\\ experienced sewing niiichin'' salesman. \ good salary to the right man. Ajjply to Singer Sewing Machine Co., City. 281-3 WANTED Good general servant. .\pply to Mrs. V. W. McGuire, b2-gyle Ave., Lethbridge, or write Box 322. 282-0 ROOMS TO RENT Furnished rooms, hot and cold water, all modern conveniences. Call and see J. Cantin, Room 2, Hill Block. 278-C TO RENT I SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH S; xroorned house on London Road. Apply Jame.s Fiskc, City. 281-G WEST LAND REGULATIONS PUBLIC NOTICE , RENT I pj,rgon who is the sole head  1 I wo hne large roon.s m a Htnctly|^ ^^^^ ^^^^ jg ^^.^^^ 'Id, may homestead a quarter-section ot available Dominion land in Mani -j tiba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. The ,,, . , ,,, , ipplicant must appear in person at Ibree new cottages m North Ward,',,,^, Dominion Lands Agency or Sub gency for the district. Entry ny proxy may be made at any agen-iy Oil C! rtain conditions, by father mother, son, daughter, brother or p'h ler of intending homeeteader. moilern house. Api)ly at 425 Bartlett St. 282-3; close to school .Apply to R. V. Gib-: ^ bons, Ott Block. 278-0 FOR SAL E For sale cheap, almost new piano. Sittings of the District I Mn^iy to Gus Neidig. 277-0 Court of the District of Lethbridge Cowley Cowlev. Nov. 11.-The com'niunily was saddenitl liy th^ death on Monday last or Miss .Annie Shopard, a sister of ^fr.Tom Shepard, and Mr.s. T.atta, well known as earl.y .settlers an the .Aliddlo l-'oi'd. ! Shepard, while not roliust, has led an active life, taking part in alTaIrs social and chiuTh, until within a nionth of her ttemise. She will be greatly missed and the deepest sympathy is felt for the bereaved family. fUn- father, of .�\rgenluil Co., Quebec, is visiting hi.s cliihiren here. The funeral took place beginning of I on Weilnesda.v to I'ineher Creek. The ser\ ice in the Methodist Church was conducted li.v Rev. B. K. Finloy, assisted by H(^\'. (i. Hamilton and F. F. Cook, probationer in charge. .\ hirge gathering was present to pay the linal tribute to Iho departed. ."Mr. .los. .Mllson, in cliargo of Kd-dy's ment business, has rented his in l.undlireck an,1 will move his family into \V. 11. Hniman's hous(^ hei-yen will return to town for the winter after stnnmcring at the South Fork. Doc Sawyer Ifv removing two doors east. Next door to Herald Office Refined Vaudeville and New Motion Pictures MONTE LACROSSE In Parlor, Magic and Mysterious � Weight Changing Act HYACINTH HAMPTON Illustrated Song Prices lOc and I5c Continuous Performance Starting af 7.30 The ABtrologer Tho Professor's Secxet Tln^ Miracle of a Charit. able i''outh Wrongly Charged Modern Hotel Mr. La Moine at the Lyceum-is there with the leading trombone sola, and don't you miss it. Tho sittings of the District Court and the District Judgie's Criminal Court of the District of Lethbridge during the year 1900 will be held at i...e places and on the dates given bo-low for the trial of actions and the disposal of any civil business which may properly be brought before the said Court. LETHBRIDGE-Coinmencing: Tuesday, January 2Gth. Tuesday, February 23rd. Tuesday, March 23rd. Tuesday, April 27th. ' Tuesday, May 25th. Tuesday, June 22nd. Tuesday, September 28th. Tuesday, October 2eth. Tuesday, November 23rd. Tuesday, December 14th. RAYMOND- Tuesday, January 19th. Tuesday, April 20th Tuesday, September 7th. Tuesday, November IGth. MAGRATH- Wednesday, January 20th. Wednesday, April ^Ist. Wednesday, September 8th. Wodnosdny, November 17th. CARDSTON- Thursday, January 21st. Thursday, April 22nd. Thursday, September 9th. Thursday, November 18th. TABER- Tuesday, February 9th. ' Tuesday, May 11th. Tuesday, September 21st. Wednesday, December 1st. WARNER- Tuesday, March 9th. ^ Tuesday, June 9th. Friday, September 24th. Tuesday, December 7th. S. B. wool J, Deputy Attorney General. DATED October 19th, 1JX)8. LOST Small black diary, containing important items. I'^inder please return to Gus. Neidig. 277-0 Duties.-Six months' residence upon .;iKi cultivation of the land in each of three years. A homesteader may live within nine miles of his hom^i-stead on a farm of at least 80 acr^s -oUdy owned and" occupied by him or by his father, mother, son, daughter, brother or sister. In certain districts a homesteader in good standing may pre-empt a LOST At Windsor barn, a colt, black, 8! months old white spot on nose and ' star on forehead, tlin^e wdiite feet. wire cut across throat. Reward of $n . qua'ter-scction alongside his home-to fiud.'r. Olaf Hagen, BowviUe, i't^"''. Price $3.00 per acre. Duties. 282-3 ~"^I'i^*' reside six uionths in each _____; of six years from date of homestead FOUND Jnlry (including the time required to A i.air of spectacles. Owner can � iiomestead patent) and cultivate have same by proving jjroperty and ^'^''J' icre,s extra paying for this advertisement. 82-2 A homesteader who has exhausted his homestead right and cannot ob-; tain a pre-emption may take a pur-; chased homestead in certain districts. FOUND. A parcel bearing the name W. L. i/rice .ijj.uu . i reside six months in each of three "78-0 '' J''^'^'^' cultivate fifty acres and erect Young was left at Chow Sa.n's res-1 ^'^f J^^^^-^-^^;^ .^""'!r^!?!* tanrant. Owner can have sai calling and paying for tliis ad. FOUND I Between Coaldale and Lethbridge, i on Oct. 30, a large horse collar.! Owner can have same by proving! property and paying expenses at Herald Otlict'. 70-O ouse worth $300.00. W. W. CORY, Di'puty of the Minister of the Interior. N.B.-Unauthorized publication of this advertisi ment will not be paid tor. NURSING (Miss) G. A. Dainty, graduate! nurse, Norinun St. east of Westmin- \ ster Road. 279-G; Track Buyers Wanted WanU'tl, by gi:ain linu^ oiigagod in track l)uying tiiKl ooniniission busiiu'ss, scvt'ral thoroiiglily t'xpt^-rionci'd iigentH! at country j^oinls, to piircliase car lots and solicit consignments of grain. Apply innncdiatcly I'or full ptir-ticulars to Bcv G, Herald NOTICE OF IMPOUNDtVIENT Notice is hereby given that I have impounded in the City Pound the following animals: 1 black and white heller, indistinct brand, left ribs. 282-0 JOS. GILLESPIE, Pound Keeper. Miss Margaret Macpherson Fraser, A. T. C. M. I''irs.t Class. Honor Graduate of Dr. Edward Fisher. Masical Director of the Toronto C')nservatory of Music. TEACHER OF PIANO AND THEORY SPl'X'IALTV PIANO.-Pupils in all gradeti preparid for Ihe Toronto Conservatory examinations, will receive a thorough iiml artistic musical education, preparing them fully for the teaching profes.sion, for the conjcerl, church and platform work, as well as for the drawing room and the social circle. Personal consultation In Studio, at the residence of Mrs. Wm. Hutton, 814 Courtland St., Lethbridge, Alta. SINGLE FARE FOR ROUND TRIP TO VANCOUVER, B.C. ^^ ESTABLIRHEU 18(>4 ^^^ Merchants Bank of Canada HEAD OFFICE, MONTREAL Paid lip Capital...........................$().000,000 Rosorvo and Undivided rrofitB.............. 4.207,400 Accounts of Merchants, Farmers and Ranchers Solicited Drafts Money Orders Letters of Credit Savings Bank Department Lethbridge Branch: Coald&le 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 tee of fifty cents puy-abl*' on tlies."' tiokets ni Vancouver. For full particulars, apply to agent of the company or lo J. E. PROCTOR, D. P. A. Calgary L. M. JOHNRVONE Barrister and Sclicitor Ofliee adjoining Union Lethbridge. flunk, V9\Jt ;