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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 17, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LKTHBRIDQE, ALBERTA, TUESOAV, NOVEMBER 17, 1908. PAQE FIVE m)VKn TUUN AWAY from th(> dcMirc! to uut sugar, because science Ihuls il'fl a healUiful craving. Our SUPERIOR CONFECTIONERY will please you-nuts, fruits, flavors -purity ill all. Ever taslod our Choc-oliilus yet? A-li-h-Ml Why not try 'eni today? Rochon's Kandy Kitchen Pincher Creek MUST BE tWO-STOREY BUILDINGS IN FUTURE City Council Refuses Permission To Erect One-Storey Block On Round Street - A Lot Of Business Transacted Mv. II. Crealock, ot Toronto, Is siiending tho week with Mr. and Mrs. A. li. Orsboni. The largest sale of wheat in this district was transacted by Mr. Bu-i^ianaii recently when ho sold 23,000 bushels, representing about $18,000. Mr. Bucluiiuin has already delivered over 10,000 bushoLs and has until next H])ring to deliver the balance. A matched foot race was contested here on Saturday afternoon between 'iVrway, the kmg-dlstanco runner, of !MacIeod and Briette, of this town. 'J'he (iislance was a (luarter of a mile the purse Ixjing 1 .'iO and side licts. Urietto won easily, malcing the quarter in tir, .seconds. The Jlisses McCrca, of Macleod, are the Rucvts of their sister, Mrs. Thos. Scott. Mrs. Cam|)boll , of Nanton, is tho guest of her brother, Jlr. J. W. Breck cnridge. Mr. J. H. .lackson, of Kcginn, mr-rivi'd in town on Sunday morning. .Mr. .Jackson luis been engaged Ijy Jlr.K ennnis. Jacob Smith, aged thirteen years, was up before Insi)ector Belcher on Monday afternoon charged with stealing mail from the post oflico licro. 'J'hc young lad pleaded guilty and In-siiector Belcher, taking into consideration his age and tho fact that his father and Ijrother are at present .serving time in the ^facleod guardroom, gave him a severe reprimand and let him out on susjiended .sentence. Mrs. Smith is in destitute circumstances and tho Inspector advised yinmg Smith to do what he coulil to help Ills mother. On Thursday evening last a meeting Was held in the Council Chamber to consider the fensihility and arrange for a series of inter-denomina-tioiml dolialos. The pastors of the several churches and representatives of the congregations were present. Bev. \V. W. Atchison was elected chairman and C, B. IMilljery secretary Bov. Finh^v made a few remarks in whicli lie said ho thought it \vo\ild be of great Ijcnefit to the young people of town to have tho debates. Inas-nuich as tho Baiitist and Methodist Churches were ready and willing in a friendly way to engage in debate, it was decided lliat a debate .should l>e held on 'i'uesday, Dec. I'i. Tlie contestants will choose the subject, select the judges and nmke arrangements as to time allotted to speak ei'.s. A liaiuiuet was held in th6 interests nf tlie above movement in the Masonic Hall last Frithiy night, when u))-wards of ono liundi'ed of tlio l)usiness men of Pincher Creek sat down to a fine spreod prepared ijy the ladies of the town. This groat movement started in New York, a little less than two years ago and has spread to all central points on the continent. The inauguration is usually started witli a bantpiet at which men who are inclinero ia only ono Norway Pino Sj'rup aud that one is "Dr. Woocf's." FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE .'ibout six acres of land, all fenced, and cross fenced, three strands of wire, about fiuir miles from city, irrigated. A shack 10 x 10, cliicken house 12 X 12, stable 12 x 14, 3 acres cultivated, also a cellar dug out 15 x-25 by 5 feet deep. Will sell or exchanges for about three acres in the city, with buildings or without. Let uiv. know whnt you have to exchange, where located and price. Send full particulars to llox .322, Lethbridge Postoflice. 285-G When you have �nything to sell or to rent pjace it lo this colnmn. II you want anythlof use thli column. 2Sc one insertion 6 insertions lor SI MONEY TO LOAN oti improved farms. No delay. H. Macbeth Agency, Postofflco Block. 283-0 WANTED MiiuMH wanted ut Woodpecker mines. Apply Thoniaa Irvine, Min- ott, Alta. 285-G WANTED Respectable yoiing girl for housework daily from 9 till 0. Apply after 1 o'clock. Mrs. Wnddington, Ford St. (next but one to Phiglish Church.) 285-2 SYNOPSIS OF COAL MININQ REQ ULATION8 TO RENT Shack in North Ward, close, in. Apply Box D., Herald office. 285-0 FOR SALE A liirge grand piano for sale, suitable for church or concert hull. Enquire of G. A. Stevens. Also 250 cliaii-s. 285-0 FOR SALE For the next ten days Mrs. G. A. Stevens will offer her entire household goods for sale, located at 630 Crabb street. This furniture is all new. Call early and get a bargain. 285-0 WANTED A capable girl for general housework. Apply to Mrs. W. A. Hamilton, 10 Argyle Ave. 284-3 POSITION WANTED Man and win- want position' ;,n farm for winter months or lougi^r Wife good cook, nia'i capable of tak-iiip charge of farm. Twenty yenrs experiences in Canada*. Apply tiy letter to M. M. Mackenzie, Tuber PoHtoffice, Alia. S3-t) WANTED Gill for hotel work. Ajiply to Arlington Hotel. 281-0 WANTED Smnll girl to do light housework. Apply to Mrs. J. W. Bawden, corner Glyn and Courtland Sts. 281-6 TO RENT Large front room, entrance from the front, suitable for two gentlemen. Ai)ply to Mrs. Bacon, 1248 Bompas St. 282-6 Goal miniDf ligbu ol tbe DomtnloD in Manitoba, SasliBtohewan, Alberta, the Yulton Territory, the North-West Territoriea and British Oolunroia. may be Uasdd for a term ot twenty-one years at an annual rental oi $1 an acre. Not more than 2,S60 acres will be leased to one applicant. Application (or a lease must b� made to the Agent or Sub-Agent ol the district in which the rights ap plied (or are situated. in surveyed territory the Ian-* must be described by sections, or Is gal subdivisions o( sections, and io unaurvcycd territory the tract apRJii ed (or shall be staked out. Each application must be accompanied by a (eo o( 96, which will b� reiunded i( the rights apt>lied (or are not available but not otherwise. A royalty aball be paid on the merchantable output o( the inine at the �ate o( flvG cents per ton. Every lHsee oi coal mining right* which are not being operated shall (urnish tbe district Agent of Dominion Lands with a sworn statement to that effect at least once in each year. The lease will incluJe the coal mining rights only, but the lesee may be permitted to purchase whatevei available surlace rights may be considered necessary (or the working ol the mine at the rate ot $10 an acre. For (ull information application should be made lo the Secretary oi the Department o( the Interior, Ottawa, or any Agent or Sub-Agent ol Dominion Lands. W. W. CORY. Deputy Minister ot the Interior N.B.-Unauthorized publication ol this advertisement will not be paid lor. FOR RENT Nine i-oom house for rent in N'-rt.i Ward. Apply to The F. F. Mason f.aiul Co. 253-4 Taber channel and pinioning the boat firm ly near the centre of tho river. This morning a dozen or more of wagons, heavily ladoii witji lumber, household eflects, etc., arrived at the pier on either side, remaining the greater part of the day with a hojie of crossing, but finally, disappointed, reluructl to their homes. riiis iiiconvenieiico is meted out to hundreds of anxious .settlers who have laissessions north of the river, all of whom hope to see ut an early date the present liridge force enlarged and the construction rushed into completion. A large numl)er of Taberltes arc expected to arrive homo tomorrow morning from Alagrath, where they havo Ijcen in attendance at the L.D. S. (Juarterly Stake Conference of the Taylor Stake. llr. K. W; WInslow and family of Weyburn,,, arrivetl in Tuber Fri day hist for the purpose of obtaining homesteads for his cliildren. lie will reiiiaiii here ihiring the winter to enable his children lo attend school. W. C; .Strong of Kensa. N.D.. is a now ari'ival in Taber. His family and a ear of .settlers' effoeta are ox-l)octed to arrive tomorrow. He \ViH^l move upon his lioinoslead in Tp. 12, K. 10, next spring. FOR SALE A live room cottage, acre lot, fruit trees and small fruits, faces on two streets. Apply W. H. Robson, 631 Crabb St. 286-6 Iiointed to the best way of did Aid. Ives and Hutton. The .sec- forming a .society in- Pincher Greek. Raymond llaymond, Nov. Ki.-Thomas II-lidgo left Raymond Saturday for Liverpool. Ho will sail from Quebec on Nov. 21st. .A telegram was received Frldny from Jfrs. Annie Hill, saying she would leave Salt I^ake last evening. The funeral of her mother, Mrs. Brow erton, will be on Wednesday. The Sunday .School of the Presbyterian Church has .sent for some cantatas for the Christmas iirogranime. I"' Vaid at once. rclary-liciisurer pointed out that the dillieuliy lay in supi)lyinp wire and |)oli>s when no promise has been made for the extension. Further eonsider-alion will be given. Joseph Stewart bejieved there is to be a vacancy in tlie position of weighmaster and applied for the job. He will be informed that he has been misinformed as there is no occasion for hiring a weighmaster. Marketniaster Waddiiigton made a report of the month's inoceedings which were favorable, the business increasing in volume and interest. The grant to the Gult Hospital will WANTED AT ONCE Good general servant for light housework, can sleep at own home if preferred. Apply to ]\[rs. Fred W. Downer, 1101 Ford street, city. 85-3 ROOMS TO RENT Furnished rooms, hot and cold water, all modern conveniences. Call and see J. Cantin, Room 2, Hill Block. 278-6 TO RENT Si xroonied house on London Road. Ai)ply Jame.s Fi.ske, City. 281-6 WANTED Good general servant. Ajiply to Mrs. V. W. McGuire, 520 Round St. 285-6 Optic Taber, Nov. Hi.-ifr. Geo. D. Hill of Calgary was a busy man in Taber recently. Ho had on exhibition while here, a rare Australian 5.00 gohl relic which wa.s coined in San Francisco in 181!!. Mr. ]Ilir.s father, being a California "forty-niner" in (juej^t of gold, obtained this rare coin from tho San Francisco mint, present ing the same to his wife os a keepsake. She recently gave it to her son George, who treasures it highly. This coin has never been In circulation, is much yellower than American gold, is as bright, cld, may homestead a quarter-section ot available Dominion land in Maui toba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. The applicant must appear in person at the Dominion Lands Agency or Sub Agency for the district. Entry Dy proxy may be made at any agenoy on certain conditions, by father mother, son, daughter, brother or aU ter of intending homesteader. Duties.-Six months' residence upon .aid cultivation of the land in each of three years. A homesteader may live within nine miles ol his homestead on a farm of at leaat 80 aorus solely 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 quarter-section alongside his homestead. Price $3.00 per acre. Duties. -Must residi' six months in each of six years from date of homestead entry (including the time required to earn homestead patent) and cultivate fifty acres extra A homesteader who has exhausted his homestead right and cannot obtain a pre-emption may take a purchased homestead in certain districts. Price ?3.00 per acre. Duties.-Must reside six months in en<;h of three years, cultivate fifty acres and erect a house worth $300.00. W. W. CORY. Deputy of the Minister of the Interior. N.B.-Unauthorized publication of this advertisement will not be paid for. T Track Buyers Wanted Wanted, by grain firm ongagCHl in track liuying and commission business, several thoroughly experienced agents at country joints, to purchase car ots and solicit consignments of grain. Apply immediately for full particulars to Box G, Herald Picture Framing f^��#�#�4###�* Established 1804 1 Merchants Bank of Canada | HEAD OFFICE, MONTREAL Paid lip Capital...........................$6,000,000 Reserve and Undivided Profits.............. 4',267,400 Accounts of Merchants, Farmers and Ranchers Solicited Drafts Money Orders Letters of Credit Savings Bank Department Lethbridge Branch: Coaldale Block, Rcdpath St. �� W. W. Handrord The photographer L. M. JOHNSYONE Barrltttr and Solicitor Office adjolDing Onion Efituk. r�tbbridge, IS-lfi ;