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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 13, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta UITHftfUOQI, AUtftTA. Ml PAY, NOVEMBER llj IMtT PAGE THUEf. NOLAITS ADDRESS Alterations Made with Ease and Accuracy One of the great advantages of Fit-Reform is the facft that every Suit and Overcoat, is ready to try on. FfcReform garments lire so constructed that if Alter- ations should be necessary, they can be made quickly and exactly. Thus Fit-Reform assures am absolutely perfect fit to every man. And you have the Fit-Refonji guarantee of "money back if satisfaction be not TO THE JURY Color, Flavor, Fragrance are the strong of McKELVIE >Sole Agents for Lethbridg I-AIAL J ACCIDENT (Macleod Advance.) The 5 year old son'rof-Mr. Frank Diclfson, who is staying at Mr. W. Damon's ranche, received a nasty kick in the face from.-a horse 'last Thursday, the %liikl being found ly- ing unconscious near the stable shortly after the accident. A hurried trip to towiv waV made, where the wpiifkl to.- regret to 'learn, that th? little sufferer died at the gene'ral hospital on" Sunday morning at an early hour. The pareriijf have .the sympathy of the community in their :sad loss. Calgary, Nov. 4 Nolan's to the jury in the Edwards McGillicuddy libtl ease was re- ported by the Alberlan as follows; "The whole gravemen of the which has been brought agairst my said Mr, Nolan, 'is that he hui> been guilty of an offence which is regarded among men as an offence which puts a man out- side the pale of human society once an.il for all. There are which men commit which are not regarded as serious, but the offence with which my client has is one which holds him up to the exe-j cration of4all men. The defence has said that they do not intend to charge Mr. Edwards with .the offence of fleeing from justice. They have aaid that they have riot charged him with un that is to say with using an assumed name, "Gentlemen of the. if you liave any "sense at all, if there, is any sense' in thus country, what do you think about it? What does this language mean? It is for my friend, Mr. Bads, who, I may state, is'a personal friend of mine, to deliver a learned dissertation to you concerning the Greek philosopher Epicurus and to endeavor in that way to obscure the meaning of the 'ar- ticle forms the libel. Mr. Da- vis lias stated that whiskey, and dope are interchangeable terms. If this is "so, there are many people in this country who will be surprised to hear it. "It not sufficient ior you, gen- twnen of the say. that de- fendant is guilty of libel. 'You have to say. that the plea'which he put in Herald Market Place hive to wH or reit it M tkts cotau. If wait 25c OM iuertto 4 imcrtMU for SI RAM LAL'S PURE TEA It's RICH, CLEAR COLOR, fresh FRAGRANCE and DELIGIOTJS FLAVOR have made it hosts of friends. YOU one yet? IT JS PURE! NURSE WANTED Nurse wanted. Apply to Inspec- tor West, Mounted Police Barracks. 578-6 SERVANT WANTED General servant wanted. Apply Manager, Molson's Bank, City. 281-i WANTED -Waitress wanted. Apply to the Windsor Hotel. 281-3 Ran LtJ'i Tea is Sold only in Lethbridge by BENTLEY CO. LTD SYNOPSIS OF COAL, MINING REQ ULATIONJ "Imitation is the siricerest ESS But you don't want; an imitcition'cf Brand" Look for the label that m to r insure getting the genuine. and Guaranteed by McGUIRE Two Fer- foriances MS 5.15 p.m. J.W.WALUCE ffiislratd Pictires EetirdyNew O of justification is ".not proved. More- over, the defendant must prove that all thei allegations which have been made against Mr. Edwards are true. The de-fence must prove that lie was a dissolute person. The defence must prove that Mr. Edwards is a de- praved person. The defence must. prove .that he is guilty of something of which ..we do not speak. The de- fence must prove all this, if the de- fen ccTwouhi prove its case. "After making all these' charges, t Mr. Davis proceeded to liken my client to Mr. Davis mentioned the matter of politics, and Mr. Davis has suggested that I may trial a political ques- tion. I do not care what "your poli- tics are, gentlemen of the jury. ..The defence has-stated that: the object of this prosecution was to' kill the Eye I Opener. If any person desires to j kil the Eye Opener, and if it should j be killed, there is lots of machinery !at their disposal wit which such an obpect -might be-attained. I do not sugest that this prosecution was en- j tered into on account of politics. I do not suggest anything of the kind. Mr. Davis has referred to some of the contents of Hhe Eye Opener and he that-some of the con- teas paper were jokes. This prosecution is no joke for my client, of that I can assure you. "Mr. McGillicuddy has been in Calgary, I over two years. Did it take, him 'two years to discov-. that the Eye Opener should be killed? Is it "not possible that the reason that this attack was made To Be Dyspeptic Is To Be Miserable. Dvftpepria. ia prevailing malady of civilized It ia largely due to gross errors in diet, overrating, too free indul- gence in ind over-la-cing the stomach witt indigeatibio food, eating too rapMly wiihout chewing the food auffici- ently, indulging in hot biscuits, pastry, pickles, confectionery, etc. Constipation, hcidacbe, heartburn, sour itomach, diRtrow; after eating, balching of wind, faintness, and-follness and disten- l ion of tba btcwich are a few of UK many vlistriisaiug symptoms of tho poor, weary ;lyspcpUe. Jturdoqkt Bitters rc-gn- latea the the secretion tho saliva a.id 'gastric juice to facilitate digestion, 'removes acidity, purifies the blood, and up the system to full hcillh ami thereby curesjiys- pepsia and all its tributary diseases. Mr. Anios Sawler, Gold River, N.S., I-was greatly troubled with dyspepsia, and after trying several doctors to no commenced taking Burdock Blxd Bitters and it is tho best medicine there is for .'that Fur Sale at all DniggUts and TO RENT Large front room, entrance from the suitable for two gentlemen. Apply t. to Mrs. Bacon, 1248 Bompas 282-6 FOR RENT Nine room for rent in Kirt.i Va'rd. Apply to The F. E. Muson and Co: 253-4 WANTED. To get in touch with the owner o a block of about acres of land in Lelhbridge district. Apply Box 0, Herald Office. 280-6 WANTED Small girl to do Hgnt housework. Apply to Mrs. J. W. Bawden, corner Glyn and Courtland Sts. 281-6 WANTED Girl wanted for general Vpply to Mrs. W. R. Brown, 25 Ar- gyle Ave. Phone tfo. 124. POSITION WANTED Man and wire warn position '.a farm for winter un-nths or longer. Wife good cook, -man capable of tak- ing charge of farm. Twenty experience, in Canada. Applv letter to M. M. Mackenzie, Postoffice, 33-; WANTED Soon after January first, six room or larger cottage to rent or lease. Will pay good rental for modern well lo- cated cottage. Address C. R. Carl- son, 2723 Norh Girard Ave., Minne- apolis, Minn. 281-12 WANTED Au experienced scwinj machine An experienced sewing machine- salesman. A good salary to the right man. Apply to Singer Sewing Ma- chine Co., City. 231-3 WANTED Good general servant. Apply to Mrs. V. W. McGuire, 529 Round St. 281-3 Coal mining of the Dominion in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the North-West Territories and Britiib Colunroia, may be scagdd lor a term of twenty -one years at an annual rental of fl au acre. Not more than acres will be leued to one applicant. Application for a lease must be made to the Agent or Sub-Agent ol the district in which the rights ap plied for are situated. In surveyed territory the Ian' must be described by sections, or gal subdivisions of s actions, and "msurveyed territory the tract applt iid for shall be staked 'out. Each application caust be accom- panied by a fee of which will U refueled if the rights applied lor are not available but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the mer- chantable output of the inine at the rate of five cents per ion. Every oi coal raining which are not being operated shall Curaish the district Agent of Domin- ion Lands with a sworn statement to '.hat effect at least oace in each year. The lease will iucluJe the coal -uiuiug rights only, hut the lesee may he permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may be con- sidered necessary for the working oJ the mine at the rate of 910 an acre. For full information application be made 10 the Secretary oi the Department of the Interior, Ot- tawa. or any Agent or Sub-Agent oi Dominion Lands. W. W. CORY. Deputy Minister of the Interior WANTED Girl for hotel worki Apply to Ar- lington Hotel. 281-0 H T upon the Opener and ilpon its editor at thus late 'date was that "it Raymond, Nov. Alice. Stone left yesterday for '.Cardston, where she will stayr this winter. Mr. Ray Knight, who has been in Winnipeg, "has returned. Mr. Council of the Bole Drug Co., Calgary, is in town. A farewell surprise party was giv- en Albert Powell at the home of Sirs. Tvenuy. A dance will be given in, the meeting house in honor of 3tr. Pow- ull on Friday evening. He intends to leave soon for England, where he. is 'going ou a mission. j Mr. Jack llayhew and -wii'c have moved to Coal City_ where they will make their future home. V Mr. Johnson, of the 'North' "West Saddlery Co., Calgary, is in town. Mr. Stoue who has been ill with typhoid fever in hus re turned to his home in Raymond. C. H. Xaguire of Lethbridge is in LOST.. ;OR-STRAYED and spring colt, mare about three years old, branded on right thigh lazy B over 71. Mare was shod all round. Colt was not brand- ed; color, v dark iron grey. Reward will Return tO'No. 50 AV- gyle' Ave.j Lethbridge, or write Box 322. ROOMS TO RENT Furnished rooms, hot and cold wa- ter, all modern conveniences. Call and see J. Room 2, Hill Block. 278-6 Unauthorized publication oi Lhis advertisement will not be paid TO RENT Si xroorned house on London Road. Apply James Fiske, City. 281-6 TO RENT Two fine large rooms in a strictly modern house. Apply at 425 Bartlett St. 2S2-3! SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS PUBLIC NOTICE Sittings of the District Court of the Dis- trict of Leth- bridge Any person who is the sole head i, a family, or any male over 18 yean' >ld, may homestead a quarter-section j available Dominion land in Mani- f toba, Saskatchewan or' Alberta. The TO RENT hippHcant must appear in 'person :tt Three new cottages in "North Dominion Lauds Ageney or Sub close to school Apply to R. V. Gib-.j {or the district. Entry ny proxy may be madc any certain by; father sorij daughter, brother or su homesteader. Six months reiidenca upon 282-01 Block. 278-C on FOR E i For sale cheap, almost new Qf -j- Apply to Gus Keidig. 277-0 i The sittings of the District Court and the District Judgse's Criminal Court of the District of Lethbridge 'luring the year 1909 will be held at 1.46 places and on 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. '''LET9BRIDGB- LOST portant items. Finder please return i to Gus. Neidig. 277-0' ADHSSION 2Sc OUra.lSc seemed good to head off the Eye Opener and its influence in reference to a certain constituency? ".Rut this man was not sitisfiyd I with printing this libel against-Mr.' Edwards onco. He printed it twice. He printed at on the Cth of Oct. and he printed it on the 12th of October again. If Mr. MeG ill cuddy was so anxious to do this thing, why did he not sign his name? Why did ho take refuge in the way that he did? Why did he .put the libel in the form of town. Cowley The LA MOINES in their Musical Comedy Acts IK UTINEE GN SIM OTEINOOII IT 1 M. NEXTWEBK Dode Hallsman and the Weber Sisters In the "Original College Kids" Also the Famous HAZEL SAMON a letter, and. why did he sign i "The whole libel is a tabloid of filth worse- anything which ever appeared in the columns of. the Cowley. Nov. The ecramumty was saddened hy ou Mon- ;nd cultivation of the land in each of three years. A homesteader may Small black djary, containing im- j Uve miles o{ his home_ j on a farm of at least 80 acr-a I solely owned and' occupied by him or j by his father, mother, ion, daughter. brother or sister. In certain districts a homesteader good standing may pre-empt Reward of quarter-section alongside his home- 1 stead. Price S3.00 per acre. Duties. reside six months in LOST At Windsor barn, a colt, black, 8j months old white spot on nose and star on three white {eet. j wire cut across throat. to finder. Olaf Hagen, 930.3! day lost of Miss Annie Shcpard, a sister of Mr.. Tom Shcpafd, and Mrs. Latta, woll known as 'early settlers1 on the Middle "Ford. Miss Shcpnrci, while not robust, has led an active life, taking part in affairs social am! church, until within a month of her demise. She will be rhisscd and the deepest sympathy is felt for the borcnA'crt family. Her father, of Argenttiil Co.. Qiielwc, is visiting his children ht-re. The funeral took plnce Eye Opener tin: beginning of! on Wednosdny to Pincher Creek. The thft existence of thut paper. 'service in tho Methodist Church was crisis in the life of He -comes here for is the Mr. Edwards, the redress to which he was entitled and is entitled by the law of Can- ada. Mr. Edwards has been in the conducted Rev. R. E.-Finlcy, as- sisted by Rev. _.G. Hamilton and F. F. Cook, probationer in charge A large gathering was present to pay the final tribute to the departed. city ot Calgary over M years. He s Mr- -los- Allison, in charge of Ed- known by everybody, and as a meat business, has rented his jzen ho comes before you. And now house in Umdbrcck will move .there is a porson, for some reason of his own, who wishes to put this man ;out o? business. Ho may com- mitted some things in the past 7 not havt been all they might I Eureka theatre his family house here. into W. IT. ITannan's Mrs. Ilnnnai'i will hnv of the housekeeping of the Al- berta Hotel (hiring the absence of Mr. Griffith. have boon. But two wrongs do not r- McEwcn will return to make a right. This does not prove town thft after summering that he was a disciple, of a certain at the Smith Fork. Doc Sawyer is notorious person. T claim that tho 1 removing two tloors cast, gist of the libel against Mr. Edwards is'that he is a person who has corn- rr.itted a crime which has boon de- scribed by Mr. Davis as Next door to Herald Office "Refined Vaudeville and New Motion Pictures MONTE LACROSSE ii ParUr, Mask ml Ad HYACINTH HAMPTON fflrtratd Son Prices lOc and 15e The Astrologer The Professor's Secret The Miracle of a Charit- able South Wrongly Charged Modern Hotel ClMHMS FCfflfMKC SttftMf 1C 7.30 Mr. La Moine at the Uominencmg: Tuesday, r January 26th. Tuesday, February 23rd. Tuesday, March 23rd. Tuesday, April 27th. Tuesday, May 25th. Tuesday, June 22nd. Tuesday, September 28th. Tuesday, October 26th. Tuesday, November 23rd. Tuesday, December 14th. Tuesday, January 19th. Tuesday, April 20th Tuesday, September 7th. Tuesday, November 16th. Wednesday, January 20th. Wednesday, April Wednesday, September Sth. Wednesday, November I7th. Thursday, January 21st. Thursday, April 22nd. Thursday, September 9th. Thursday, November ISth. TABER- Tuesday, February 9th. Tuesday, May llth. Tuesday, September 21st. Wednesday, December 1st. WARNER- Tuesday, March 9th. Tuesday, June 9th. Friday, September 24th. Tuesday, December 7th. S. B. WOOT j, Deputy Attorney General. DATED October 19th, 1008. FOUND A pair of spectacles. Owner can have same by proving property and paying for this advertisement. 82-2 of six years from date of homestead entry (including the time required to i earn homestead patent) and cultivate fifty acres extra i A homesteader who has exhausted i his homestead right and cannot ob- tain a pre-emption may take a pur- 1 chased homestead in certain districts. Price per acre. residn six: months in each of three FOUND. A parcel bearing the name W. L. Young was left at Chow Sam's res- taurant. Owner can have same by. calling and paying for this ad. 273-0 i >'ears' cultivate fifty acres and erect 1 house worth W. W. CORY, Deputy of the Minister of the Interior. publication of Between FOUND Coaldale and Lethbridge, on Oct. 30, a large horse collar.! Owner can have same by proving! property and Herald Office. paying expenses at j 79-0 j this advertisement will not be paid for. NURSING (Miss) G. A. Dainty, graduate! nurse, Norman St.- east of Wesimir.-: ster Road. 27S-8i CANADIAN Track Buyers Wanted Wanted, by gijiin engaged in track buying and commission business, several thoroughly expe- rienced agents at country points, to purchase car lots and solicit consign- ments of grain. Apply immediately for full par- ticulars to Box G, Herald Miss Margaret Macpherson Fraser, A. T. C. M. Honor Graduate of Dr. Edward Fishor. Musical Director of the- Toronto of Music. TEACHER OF PIANO AND THEORY RPWT U.TY in alt grados prepared for tho Toronto Con- servatory examinations, will receive a thorough jmd artistic musical edu- cation, thorn fully for the teaching profession, for the concert, Notice is hereby given that I have and work, as well impounded in the City Pound the as for the drawing room and the so- following animals: Cjaj circie. 1 Wack and white heifer, indistinct I ESTABLISHED 1864 i! Merchants Bank of Canada and don't you miss it. NOTICE OF IMPOUNDMENT 1 brand, left riba. JOS. 282-0 Personal consultation, ir, Studio, at j the residence of Mrs. Wm. Hutton, 114 Courtland St., Lethbridge, Alta. Paid-up Reserve and Undivided Profits.............. Accounts of Merchants, Farmers and Ranchers Solicited Drafts Money Orders Letters of Credit Savings Bank Department Lethhridfe Branch: Kbck, Redpath St. SINGLE FARE FOR ROUND TRIP TO VANCOUVER, B.C. TICKETS ON SALE NOV. 15, Ii ,17 Going transit limit eifcht days from date of issue Final return limit Nov. 30th. Validation fee of fifty cents pay- rm Ojoca tirVptct ni VaneonvPr. For full particulars, apply to agent oi the company or to J. E. PROCTOR, D. P. A. Cafgary L. M. Barrister and Siikitar Office adjoining Union ;