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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 18, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LMTHBRIDQE, ALBERTA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 18, PAGE THR6E. Eczema, Salt Rheum. Kbxcma or Suit lUimim, m it is nftnii oallcil, if) Olio of llni nioKli agonizitiB of Rkin diarasea. It mmiif 'ata itaolf in liltio round bliatcra, wliich ciiiiuin an oxtromoly irritating (luiil. Tlioaii lirualt and Hul)bo(juontly a crant or acalo ia formed. Thu inloiiso liuriiinK, itching and smarting, vxpooially itt niglit or wliun tlio part ia exposed to any atrong licat, aro' almoBt unlnarablo, Tim pro-ominent success wliicli Miirdock Blood Bittora liaamutAvitU in permaiitmlly curing a dl-scft'o s>f siioh aovority is dno to iiB woiidurful blooil oloanaing and purifying properties. No otliiir remedy has dono, or can do, wo nint h for Iho'^o who are nlmoat driven -to dirtlinotion with the tcrrlblo torturo, as our thouaands of sigMcd testimoniuls can toslify to. Mrs. John O'Connor, Burlington, N.S., writes �.-" For years I aud'ered with Solt lllioum. 1 tried a dozen dilTerent niedi-cinos, but niojt of tliem oidy made it worse. I was advised to try Burdock Blood Bit-tors. 1 got a boUlc and lieforel bad taken halt a dozen doapi> I (;ould see a ohaugo so 1 continued ita use aiul now 1 am completely oureil, 1 ciuu it wa^- too nnich for your womlerful medicine. ' For i�ile by fill (IriiRKlats and dfi�lor�. Cardston from the grain shipped, there seems to bi- general sntisfoction otnong tliosc consigning to Winnipeg instead of Hplling locally. Gnu large farmer wlioHi.' on buK, averiigf, was menliuni'd ill ii pi'cvidUh b'ttor, slates that ho ins lii'i'n ri'ci'iving from one hundred to oiu! hundred and ten dollars more pi'r cnr for his wlnmt thus sold liian le could have obtained from the local buyt^rs. Such relurns make the other f(dlow feel -siek. The Last Sad Ritos On Thursday last the funeral of Iho nine-yenr old dauglitor of Mr. and Mrs. Thos. VVoolfijrd was held in the Curdston a.s8einbly hall. The good people of the Woolford district turned out almost en masse to express their sympathy for the bereaved parents. The speakers were Messrs. Sctli H. Thomas, Vresidenl.s Wood, Duce and Williams. Ai)propriate nni-sic! was furnished by the Cardston Choir, At the cemetery the remains w.'re placed in a well constructed biick vault which was cement scaled, the dedication prayer being offered by Mr. TI. M. Brown. .\11 undortak-iiig arrangements were admirably ciirrii'd out under tiie supervision of Mr. W. O. Lee. New Bishop at Mt. View The tx'ople of Mountain View belonging to till! Ho-eiilled Mormon Church, were out in large numbers y.'sterdiiy on account of the re-organ-i/iition of i\w Bishopric. Bishop V. 1. .Stewart has acted in this position tor some sixteen years and at his own niiui'St was released yesterday. The iirw incumbent is Mr. .las. S. Parker will) is well anil favorably known in Southwestern .Mberta. His assistants are those formerly had by Jlp. yiewait, Mcsisrs. Jos. Payne and Kr-nt'st I'arrisli. Tlu' new stone church b/ing erected by the people of Mt. View is now being roofed in and will I),' a very creditable structure. They hope to complete it before the close of the yi'ar. The new building will Iiroviiltt adequate, accommodation for all depiirlments of tin; Sabbath school as well as a fine auditorium for genenil gatliorings. The visitors present yesterday were President Kdw. J. Wood,^Councillo.rs Tlio.s. Duce and S. Willfams, Me.ssr.s. Jno. V. I'arrish, Wiltard Sorenson, Will. West, 1,. I^r. Woolf and Krnest Wynder of the High Council. There was a general feeling of regret at the release of 15p, Stewart as well a* one of satisfaction because of the appointment of so worthy a suc-cstSKor. Personal* Mr. D. E. Harris, Sr., returned from a month's visit to Utah where lie wiia called to mOet his brother, now n'sident in Old Mexico. Cardston Ward is pleased to welcome back Bp. Harris. Jlr. D. Balcovski made another shipment of cattle from this district la.'^t week. .\ special train came out for thi.H imrpo.se. Supt. H. H. Cuniinings held meetings in Leavitt and Aetna Wards on Tuisday and Thursday last in the interest of the religions classes. He was escorted by Presidents Wood and Duce. \ number of prospective buyers have been in town this week in charge of the Pilling Realty Co. It is not yet learned as to whether they landed them or not. 1 I^OUR LETFER BOX. j (The Herald i8 not rosponBlblo for the acnti'nents oxpresscd in this column. All correspondence must bo aocompanlod by the writer's name otherwiso publication will �>o rofuaod. -EdHor.) Color, Flavor, Fragrance arc the strong points of Cardston, Nov. IG.-There has been no dearth of amusements for the Curdston public during the past week. On Monday evening last a .^very flattering audience greeted the Raymond Dramatic Company in their presentation of East I-ynne. It is needless to say that the por-formunce gave general .satisfaction- for a local organization the characters wer.e well sustained. .\s the smooth, selfish, villanous man of the w;orld Mr. Johnson's interpretation of the character of Francis I.evison could scarcely be imi)roved. Mr. B. 8. Young as Archibald Carlyle was also a good rendition while all the ladieiH ocrjuitted themselves with credit, the best sustainr-d character being that of Aunt Courney by Mi.ss Dorothy Young. Tlie only criticism of an adverse character that could be given wa.s the rather "too animated" death scene portrayal of the final act. The audience gave substantial evidence of thvir appreciation of the local talent-come again. The Scotch Entertainers met with less cordial reception than our Raymond friends. Only a scanty few were present. The advertising was not far enough ahead of the performance to let the public know of their coming. The New Bridge The steel has arrived and a large force of workers is now engaged in placing the same in position for the completion of the new bridge on Main street. We have been without it for a sufliciently long time to make us appreciative. The many teams hauling in grain from the Aetna, Kimball and Taylorville districts, have had serious difliculties at the Creek crossing. The ice has not been firm enougli to boar up the loads of grain and yet has held up the light loaded vehicles for a week past. The bridge will make an end of all our difhcul-ties at this point. There have been large deliveries of gram during the past week as the COMMUTED SENTENCES threshers have been running full Ottawa, Nov. 18.-The cabinet yes-time. The greatest trouble for the ^ terday decided to commite the sen-farmer is the lack of cars. Those tences of death upon "Crooked-nock" wishing to .ship from the loading plat-' Smith and Italian Micoli, at Mont-form have been unable in very many real, to life imprisonment. cases to do .so on this account. The .- elevators have luid much business in Biggest program of the season at consequence. As relurUs come in ' the Lyceum tonight. THE GRAIN YIELD Kditor of the Merahl: Dour ,Sir,-The Calvary Herald coinoH out in glaring headlines about the large sliipment of grain from OlareHholin. We have no objection to Claresholin advertiHing its wonderful shipments of ^^raln provided the\ would tie fair and square In their'-om pnriRoiiH. CompiirlsoiiH are odious at any Htugc of the game, but when they nie false they become obiio.xi.iiis. I'o" in.stiuK'c, (Mare.Hhotin elaiin.s 2(i0,.'>00 bu.shels, Lethbridgo l-,(.\,r,00. Aruele.od lot,,')"') und then add.s, "'I'hus it will be seen that ('Inresholm ha:-; shii'i ed more grain than Mucleod and I-oth-bridge eoiiiliiiKHl." The fact of the motter is that at one .station in the Lethliridge district, ;\lagrath, over �100,000 bushelH of wheat have been Bhlp))ed thl.s fall. Mere wc havt; two hirge mills running night and day and half a doziui elevators crowded to their full capacity. Three farmers in the I.ethliridge district have as much grain as the entire output from Claresholni, aeeordiiig..to their own figures. They are Jlessis. Thomp.son, .leiisen mid Brailshnw. We are aware of the fact that ('laresholiii~ls a good grain district. Then" is no discoiint-inn' that fact. But there are others and there is nlsf) vitv little need for C'laresholm or any other portion of Southern Alhorta to rear up on its hind feet and brn.v abtnit another por tion of the district. ft is all good and in a fair way to raise one hundred times as much grain as has ever been raised before. We liave only been doing a little "hen scratching'" at' the iiresent time, before long we shall be engaged in actual farming. Fair Figures. RAM LAL'S PURE TEA It's RICH, CLEAR COLOR, fresh FRAGRANCE nml DELICIOUS FLAVOR have made it hosts of friends. Are YOU one yet ? IT IS PURE! Ram Lai's Tea is Sold only in Lethbridge by THE BENTLEY CO. LTD. When you have anylhiof to sell or to rent place it in this column, II you want anythiag use this colamn. 25c one Insertion 6 Insertiona lor SI MONEY TO LOAN on improv(!d farms. No delay. H. iVacbeih Agency, Bostomce Block. 283-0 WANTED Good general servant. .Apply to Mrs. V. W. McOuire, 02?) Round St. 285-0 LIQUOR LICENSE ORDINANCE Applications for a Hotel License .Application has been made by Le-Roy Demon and Orson D. Demon, for a hotel license in respect to"th(! piemises situate on lots 27 and 28 and 29, in Block 13, Coal City, Alberta. This application will be considered by th.' Board of License Commissioii-er.s at a meeting to be held at lA^tli-bridge on Monday the 21st day of December 1908, at 3 o'clock p.m. DATED AT EDMONTON this IGth day of November, 1908. 287-1 S. B. WOOD,S, Deputy Attorney General. Raymond EARLY CLOSING , , , r Ravmond, Nov. 17.-Rev. J. J. Lethbridge, Xov. 18, 1008. ; rAmnod yest�(rday fi'om The I'lditor Daily Ilerald: Sir,-In your report of the City Council jiroceedings you say that the feeling of the Council i.s agaiint the operation of that "bugbear" the early closing bylaw. As it ha.s been repeatedly stated in your columns that a majority of the people eon.sider the bylaw oppressive, 1 suggest that a peaceful solution of the Council's difricult.v would bo to appoint an enumerator to accompany the taker of the pro|)osed r iM'uis on his rounds and get from the people a vote on the question, "Do you favor eompulsorv dosing of all .storoK at 6 p.m.?" The work could bo finished well within ten da,\s; i. e., before the Christmas shoi>i>ing rush begins. The Council would then feel justified in taking immediate action on the result of the vote. Yours, etc., .I'.istitia. Cardston, where he preached nn Sun-lied lor are not available but not otherwise. A royalty flhall be paid on the merchantable output of the oiine at th* ate-wl Ave cento per ton. Every lN8ee of coal mining right* which are not being operated shall furnish the district Agent of Domia-iou Lands with a sworn statement to that oflect at least oace in each year. The lease will incluie the coal mining rights only, but the lesee may be permitted to purchase whatever available aurlace rights may be considered necessary for the working ol the mine at the rate of $10 an acre. For full information application should be made to the Secretary ot tlie Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or any Agent or Sub-Agent ol Dominion Lands. W. W. CORY, Deputy Minister of the Interior N.B.-Dnauthorized publication ol thig advertinement will not be paid tor. FOR SALE A live room cottage, acre lot, fruit trees and small fruit.-j, faces on two streets. Ajiply W. H. Robson, 631 Crabb St. 286-6 TO RENT Shack in North Ward, close in. Ap-idy Uox D., Herald offlce. 285-0 FOR SALE A largi; grand iiiano for sale, suitable for church or concert hall. Enquire of G. A. Stevens. Also 250 chaii-w. 286-0 SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH WEST LAND REGULATIONS Dode Hallsman assisted by the Weber Sisters in tho original College Kid tonight at the Lyceum. Two Performances Daily: 7.4S and 9.15 p.m. DODE HALLSMAN The original College Kid, nsBisted by the WEBBER SISTERS CoUeRe Soiigs and Character Changes Miss Hazel Sftlmon SongB, DanteB and Character ImijerBonations Illustrnted Songs The hits of the day MOVING PICTURES :-: All Feature Pictures One Hottr and a Half of RefineU Entertainment Fresh Oysters i; At till- Alberta Restaurant Shoit Orders at all Hours Oliver Block Phone 228  (Moving (Pictures. .Advanced ' Vaudeville.) MUNICIPAL HISTORY The Editor Daily Herald: Sir,-Would,you like a few bits of municipal history? Tho first Town Council which I^ethbridge had was partly composed of one or two American citizens; no, they were not naturalized, and Mayor .Magrath, and several town .solieitois includmp Bill Oalliher useil to wonder where they would get off at in the event ot a law suit, which never came, but I sup-I)o.so the bylaws have now become legal b.v the lapse of time; and conlir-mation. Tho.se were the flays when the St. Andrewsi' Society of L.ethbridge, appointed ,1. 1). lliginbotham, the Irieh man, a.s its first president, which was a bull, and u.sed a peck of salt at their Haggis banquet to jiroducc thirst, which was not a hull. Billy llender.soii and Bob Sage were left counting the onii)ty bottles at .T a.m. and the.v have not got the figures down pat to this good day. Our civic law says that aiipoiiit-menl.s to ofheo by tender are illegal, at least it was .so when the follow-|'J^J^g OxlOrCl 03.fe '^^.rr'louucil for tHO;u.) had | SERVES GOOD MEALS, their Hrst meeting on tlie proscribeil I Has been Remodelled day. :Mayor Hentiey and Clerk Siigelpresh Oysters, Cigars, Fruit and took their respective (one of them was respeeliMile) cliaiis. Immediately before the minutes were read, Coun cillor n. K. Sherlock handed a letter (o the Mayor-.sure want of ignorance -the which letter was thereupon read to the Council by Sage. Tlie letter proved to he a bid lor Sage's job at a cut of StOO. The bid was SlOO and the bidder was C. M. Bowniaii. In due course Sherlock moved and (i. W. l{obiiiS(Mi seconded that (lie lowest tender get the job. The .Major turned to .Sai?e, "Will you come down?" Jn honeyed m'ceiits Sage thundered out "Xo!" Curloy Whitney was tlio only Councillor who bed previously warned Sage of his np-pronchiiig einaiieipatioii. M'ait till .7 get a drink. The Ancient. WANTED Griod general servant. .�\pi)ly Mrs. A. 11. i\lcKeowii, Westminster Road, iippositi' C. H. Bowman's. 2875" WANTED By woinau of German nationality, position as general servant in hotel or jirivate house. Bertha Bvwsert, Sliilinp. Alta. 287-G FORMER WESTERNER DEAD London, Out., Nov. 17.-David B. Murray, at one time chief of police of Winnipeg and prominent in th West in its early days, died here today, aped G!). ROOMS TO RENT Rooiiia to rent, suitable for men of cptiet habits. Apply to Airs. Robt. Adam, Fisher St. 2^5-6 FOUND Between Coaldale and Lethbridge, on Oct. 30, a large horse collar. Owner can have same by proving property and poying expenses at Herald OlTice. 79-0 LOST 1 bunch of keys belonging to a railroad man. Leave at the Herald office and receive reward. 84-4 LOST A new grey Russian "Lamb cap, between A. Macdonald & Co.'s and I'j. J. Hill's. Reward. Leave at Herald Offlce. 283-0 Coufoclioiiery JOE FONG - Proprietor Refined Vaudeville and New Motion Pictures MRS. GUINESS, THE FEMALE BLUEBEARD 1000 Feet of Fine Film No .Divorce Wa/ited | Page Boy and Baby Illustrated Song - HYACINTH HAMPTON Prices lOc and I5c Contiouous Performance Starting at 7.30 Miss Margaret Macpherson Fraser, A. T. C. M. First Class, Honor Graduate of Dr. Kdward Fisher, Mu.sical Director of the Toronto Conservatory of Music. TEACHER OF PIANO AND THEORY SI'KCL\LTY PIANO.-Pupils in all grades prepared for the Toronto Conservatory examinations, will receive a thorough oiid artistic musical education, prejiaring them fully for the teaching profession, for the concert, church and platform work, as well as for the drawing room and the social circle. Bersonal consultation in Studio, at the residence of Mra. Wm. Hutton, 814 Courtland St., Lethbridge, Alta. Cnnnda Western Chartered Corporation Ltd. Capital $500,000 LOST On June 10th 1907 one gray mare branded on right shoulder OJ and left shoulder Z inverted J. $10 reward to parties giving information as to whereabouts. John Zanca, John St., Number 3, Lethbridge Alta. 285-4 Financial Agents. Fiscal Agents Brokers, for Royal Collieries Ltd All Slandard Stocks H&ndled LOST OR STRAYED Bay mare and spring colt, mare about three year^ old, branded on right thigh lazy B over 71. Mare was shod all round. Colt was not brand-eil; Col''!', dark iron ^re.y. Reward will be yiveii. Return to No. 50 Ar-gyle .\ve., Lethbridge, or write Box 322. 282-6 HEAD OFFICE-VICTORIA, B. C. Track Buyers Wanted Wantetl, hy gntiii tirni iMigiigod in track btiying and coMinii.ssion l)UsiiK'ss, several thoroughly experienced agents at conntry louits, t I a family, or any male over 18 yeari >ld, may' homeHtead a quarter-aection 0' available Dominion land in Mani t(>bu, Saskatchewan or Alberta. The applicant must appear in person at the Dominion Lands Agency or Sub Aeency for the diatrict. Entry oy proxy may bo made at any ageniy on certain conditiona, by father mother, son, daughter, brother or nis ler of intending homesteader. Duties.-Six montha' reaidence upon .;nd cultivation of the land in each of three years. A homesteader may live within nine miles of bis homestead on a farm of at least 80 acct-8 solely owned and occupied by him or by his father, mother, aon, daughter, brother or sister. In certain districts a homesteader in i50od standing may pre-empt  quarter-section alongside his homestead. Price $3.00 per acre. Duties. -Mu.st reside six months in each of six years from date of homestead entry (including the time required to earn homestead patent) and cultivate lifty acrea extra A homesteader who has exhausted his homestead right and cannot ob^ tain a pre-emption may take a purchased homestead in certain districts. Price .1>3.00 per acre. Duties.-Must reside six months in each of three years, cultivate fifty acres and erect a house worth $300.00. W. W. GOBY, Deputy of the Minister of the Interior. N.B.-Unauthorized publication of this advertisement will not bo paid for. CANADIAN PACIFI ANNUAL EASTERN CANADA EXCURSIONS LETTER TELEGRAMS IN FRANCE I'aris, Nov. 17.-The ininiHlry ofj Posts and TeleRraphs has supple-niented the existing special letter delivery system in Franco with what are termed "Letter Telegrams," the new system providing that Ipttt^js may be telegraphed between any two points in France at night at a cost of one ilfth of a cent oi word ond that they will be delivered the next morning. AN ARCADIAN DRINK is our fine sarsaparilla, cream soda, ginger iile and bi'er and iron brew, etc. The flavors are delicious. Our line carbonated wateiw, ginger ale, etc., are indispensable for the sick room or for a morning draught. No one should be without a ease of our drinks in the house. LETHBRIDGE BREWINGS MALTING COMPANY, Ltd f-ESTAULISHEU 1804 i: Merchants Bank of Canada ii HEAD OFFICE, MONTREAL Paid tip Capital...........................$6,000,000 RoBerveaud (Judivided Protits.............. 4,207,400 Accounts of Merchants, Farmers and Ranchers Solicited Drafts Money Orders Letters of Credit Savings Bank Department Lethbridge Branch: Coaldftle Block, Redpath St.    Low Round Trip Rates to ONTARIO. QUEBEC AND MARITIME PROVINCES Tickets on sale Dec. 1 to Dec. 31, inclusive, good to return within three months. Tickets issued in connection Atlantic Steamship Business will be on sale from Nov. 21, und limited to five months from date of issue. I^inest Equipment. Standard First-class Sleeping and Tourist Cars on all Through Trains 2 Through Express Trains Dally THE "TORONTO EXPRESS" l.eavi'.s Winnipeg daily at 22.10, making conneetons at Toronto for all points east and west thereof. .\pply to nearest C.P.R. Agent for full inforinution, L. M. JOHN8>ONE Barfitter and Billcltgr Q�Bce adjoining Oniou bauk, Lethbrid||e. n-ljt ;