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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 16, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LITHBRIOae, ALBERTA. MONDAY, NOVEMBER IS, 1908. PAGE THREE. Alterattons Made with Ease and Accuracy One of the great advantages of Fit-Reform is the fadt that every Suit and Overcoat/ is ready to try on. Fit-Refomi garments are so conftrudted that if alterations should be necessary, they can be made quickly and exactly. Thus Fit-Reform assures an absolutely feet fit to every man. And you have the Fit-Reform guarantee of "money back if satisfaction be not given". perfe THE HIGH SCHOOL OBSERVER Novemhcr Mi, 1908. lOdilor-in-tliii-f, FrcU Assistant Rdltoi'h, V V. Sherlock. Jolmston. WITH TIIIO EDITonS It i.s too bnd wo have to keep on hammoriiif^ about contributions. The pupllH arc too bacliward In giving help to tliti piippr. The "Observer" would bu larger and more Interesting it rcftder.s would contribute articles to help Oil it.s coluinii.s. Don't bo afraid' to rIvo your assistance, oven thougli it is small. Always remom-lier, every little helps. The cold weather hn.s come at last, and many are taking full advantage of It by availing tliemselvcs of every opportunity to be upon the ice. This year tlio ice has frozen unusually smooth, the very ol^posilo to last year. Another groat convenience is that till! frost has come without snow, for mvich of the pleasure of skating is lost when you have to clear a patch before you cnn skate. Skating is a very enjoyable pastime us well as a very healthful sport Wo would like to .see everyone indulge as much ns jjossible in this pleasurable i'ocrcation. Color, Flavor, Fragrance are the strong poiuts of McKELVlE & McGUlRE Sole Agents for Lethbridge. tell me the. Tcaclier, "t'an anyone feminine of monk?" girl, promptly, "Tlease, nonkey." Raymond Hayniond, Nov. 1.1.-:Mrs. C. llicw-nis week, when the subject was under discus.sion by mem bers of the different ordens. * ----------,- ------ ~- - ---------------------- Two Per- T formances Daily: - ' i N 1 7.45 and 3.15 p.m. THEATRE G H T DODE HALLSMAN The origvaal College Kid, aBsisted by the WEBBER SISTERS College Songs and Char-acter Changes Miss Hazel Salmon Songs, Dances and Character Impersonations Illustrated Songs The hits of the day sir, RAM LAL'S PURE TEA It's RICH, CLEAR COLOR, fresh FRAGRANCE DELICIOUS FLAVOR have made it hosts of friends. YOU one yet ? Wbcn you have �oythiai to tell or to rent place It In this colDina. If you want anythiai use this coluna. 2Sc one insertion 6 insertiou for Si SYNOPiia Oir COAL MINI NO NCQ ULATIONl MONEY TO LOAN on imjiroved farms. No delay. H. Macbeth Agency, Posloflice Block. 283-0 and Are IT IS PURE! Ram Lai's Tea is Sold only in Lethbridge by THE BENTLEY CO. LTD. To Suffer From Headaches Makes Life Miserable. TllK YOUNG jmOA Tile following are specimens of some absurd and amusing answers lYiade by .school boys und school girls on q\-nniination papers: Iron i.s grown in large quantities for manufacturing purposes in .Southern Franco. Q. Doflno the first person. A. Adam. A parallel straight line is one that when produced to meet itself must not meet. lllood consists of two kinds of cork .screw.s-red corkscrews and .u;hite corkscrews. iVslicd to e.xplain what a buttres.s is, one boy replied, "A woman who makes butter." Teacher's dictation, "His choler rose to such a height his passion almost choked him." I'ujdl's reproduction, "His collar to such a height that fashion almost choked him." Gravity was discovered by Isaac Walton. It was chiefly noticeable when the apples in autumn are falling Srom the trees. The diet of worms is the grub that blackbirds and thrushes feed on. It takes a poreon that 1ms had or is subject to hc.idacliCB to describe t-ho sulToring which attends them. The majority of cases are caused by constipation and dysi)epsia. Tho dull llirolj-bing as gfcoit un argument as tho adirmntivo. Tho elections this year turned out very well for the (iovernmont, with over lifty majorit y. In Newfoundland it was [[Uite dilTerent, thero being a tie. eighteen .seats for tho Government with Bond us its leader, iind eighteen for .Alori-is, tho leader of the Oiipositioii. ROOMS TO RENT Uooin.s to rent, suitable for men of quii^t habits. .\|)ply to Mrs. Kobt. Adam, Fisher St. i-?o-C MOVING PICTURES :-: All Feature Pictures One Hour and a Half of Refined Entertainment "Shakespeare wrote for all time." "For instance, take his expression, "'Tis not so deep ns a well, nor so wide as a barn door, yet 'twill serve. How well tliot describes a 1908 fall hat." ^Ir. Biaiidow certainly knows how to handle bis pupils. Not long ago lie caught a I'oy and girl passing winks in school hours. This is strictly against the rule, so lie made tho two sit on a bench together, as a punishment. This was effective only for tho time being, so ho threatened to stand them on the ta))le next time it happened. To our knowledge the experiment has not lioen reiieutod. WANTED Girl for hotel work, lington Hotel. Apply to At-281-0 WANTED Small girl to do light housework Apply to Mrs. J. W. Buwden, corner Glyn and Courtland Sts. 281-C for SALE Furniture in boarding house for sale. -tic. Round St. 283-3 LOST A new grey Russian Lamb cap, between .\. Maedoiiald & Co.'s and li. J. Hill'.". Reward. Leave at Herald Office. 283-0 TO RENT Large front room, entrance from the front, suitable for two gentlemen Ai)ply to Mrs. Bacon, 1248 Bompa St. 282-6 LOST On June lOtli 1007 one gray mare branded on right shoulder OJ und left shoulder Z inverted J. $10 reward to partit>s giving information as to whereabouts. John Zanca, John St., Number 3, Li-thbridge Alta. 285-4 LOST On Monday, Nov. 9, a pair of aluniinoid rimmed spectacles. Owner will bo suitably rewarded, by returning same to R. Hunt, Western Plumbing Co. 265-1 LOST 1 bunch of keys belonging to a railroad man. Leave at the Herald oflice and receive rt>ward. 84-4 FOR RENT Nine room house for rent in N-.rl.i Ward. Apply to Tho F. E. Mason LfiKl Co. 2?3-4 Goal miniDg.rigbU ol ttie Dlied lor are not available but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output ol the mine at th� rate oi five cents per ton. Every l\v |)la.v ball every day. I would liko til set! the boys do the same. Yours truly, On Observer. FOUND Between Coaldale and Lethbridge, on Oct. 30, a large horse collar. Owner can have same by proving property and paying expenses at Herald Office. 79-0 NURSING ( G. A. Dainty, graduate nurse, Norman St. east of Westminster Road. 279-6 Miss Margaret Macpherson Fraser, A. T. C. M. First Class, Honor Graduate of Dr. Edward Fisher, MiLsical Director of flic Toronto Conservatory of Music. TEACHER OF PIANO AND THEORY SPECIALTY I'lANO.-Pupils in all grades prejiared for the Toronto Conservatory examinationH, will receive a thorough and artistic musical education, preparing them fully for the teaching professiop, for the concert, chuicli and platform work, as well as for the drawing room and the social circle. Personal consultation in Studio, at the residence of Mm, Wm. Hutton, 814 Courtland St., Lethbridge, Alta. to RENT Three new cottages in North Ward, close to school Apply to R. V. Gibbons, Ott Block. 278-6 LOST OR STRAYED Bay mare and spring colt, mare about three years old, branded on right tliigli laiy B over 71. Mare was shod all round. Colt was not branded; color, dark iron grey. Reward will be given. Return to No. 50 Argylo Ave., Lethbridge, or write Box 322. 282-6 Track Buyers Wanted Wiinted, by grain firm engaged in track buying and comniission business, seYerul thoroughly experienced agents at country joints, to purchase car ots and solicit consignments of grain. Apply immediately for full particulars to Box G, Herald HOW LONG WILL IT BKI (Calgary Albertan.) Here is a neat little sum in arithmetic; If Hon. Frank Oliver is elected by a majority ot 2,009 in 1904, and re-elect�l by 2.337 in 1908, how long will it be before the Conservatives in Edmonton defeat Mr. Oliver? f^##���((4t4'4'�4(* t T. E. PATTE80N X 4^ Room 7-Oliver Bioik   �4(4t4>4(4t4i4i4(���>�4> ;