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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 18, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta NOVEMBER II, Eczema, Salt Rheum. or Salt Rheum, ay it ufteu is of the most ugouiy.ing of Jt> inuiiiL-sls itself in little round which coulain an extremely irri- Uting fluid. Thcso break and subsequently crust or scale is formed. Tho mtenao burning, itching and smart- ing, especially it night or whim the part in sxpoacd to any strong heat, are" almost unbearable. The pre-eminent success which Burdock Biixxl Bittern has mut with iu permanently curing a disease of siicli severity clue to wondbiful blood cleaning aud purify- ing properties. No other remedy has or cau do, much for who are almost driven disti action with the terrible torture, our of eigucd testimonials can testify to. Mrs. John O'Connor, Burlington, N.S., writes "For years I suffered with Rhoiim. I tried a dozen different medi- cines, but iiiojt of them only made it worse. I was advised to try Burdock Blood Bit- ters. 1 got a bottle ami before I had taken half a dozen I could see a change no I continued iu use- ami now 1 am completely cured. I catm.it Bay too much for wonderful meilicme." For iile ftll Cardston, Nov. has been no dearth of amusements for the Cardston public during the past week. On Monday evening last a very flattering audience greeted the Ray- mond Dramatic Company in their pre- sentation of East Lynne. It is needless to say that the per- formance gave general for a local organization the charac- ters wer.e well sustained. As the -siaooih, selfish, villanous uuui ol the world Mr. Johnson's interpretation of the character of Francis Levison could scarcely be improved; Mr. B. S. Young us Archibald Carlyle was from the train shipped., there to, be general satisfaction among those consigning to Winnipeg instead of, selling locally. One large furmer whose 00 but.average, was mentioned in a previous letter, states that he has been receiving from one hundred to one hundred and ten dollars more pur car for his wheat thus sold than lie could have' obtained from the local buyers. Such returns make the other fellow feel sick. The Lilt Sad RUet On Thursday last the funeral of the nine-year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs, .Thos. Woolford was held in the Cardston assembly hull. The good people of the Woolford district turn- ed out almost en masse to express their'sympathy for the bereaved par- ents. The speakers were Messrs. Selh H. Thomas, v Presidents Wood, Duce and Williams. Appropriate mu- sic was furnished by the Cardston Choir. At the cemetery the remains wore placed in' a well constructed brick .vault which was cement sealed, the dedication prayer being offered by Mr. H. M. Brown. All undertak- ing arrangements were admirably carried out under the supervision of Mr. W. 0. Lou. New Bishop at Mt. View The people of Mountain View be- longing to the so-called Mormon Church, were out in large numbers yesterday on account of the re-organ- of the Bishopric. Bishop V. I. Stewart lias acted in this position for some sixteen years and ut his own request was released yesterday. The new incumbent is Mr. Jas. S. Parker who is wtll and favorably known in Southwestern Alberta. His assist- ants are those formerly had by Bp. Stewart, Messrs. Jos. Payne and Er- nest Parrish. The new stone church iK-ing erected by the people of Mt. View is now being roofed in and will .be. a very creditable structure. They hope to complete it before the close of the_ year. The new building will provide adequate accommodation for all departments of the Sabbath (The Htrald u not responsible for MotiuanU exprMoed in this col- All correspondence must be xxnpanidd by the writer's name otherwise publication will be refuted, -Editor.) also a good rendition while all the school'as well as a fine auditorium ladios acquitted themselves with credit, the best sustained character being that of Aunt Courney by Miss Dorothy Young. The criticism of an adverse character that could be given was the rather "too ani- mated" death scene portrayal of the final act. The audience gave sub- stantial evidence of their appreciation of.the local 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 perform- ance 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 sufficiently long time to make us appreciative. The many teams h-dial- ing in grain from the Aetna, Kimball and Taylorville districts, have had serious difficulties at the Creek cross- ing. The ice has not been firm enough to bear 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 difficul- ties at this point. There have been large deliveries of gram during the past week as the threshers have been running full time. The greatest trouble for the farmer is the lack of'cars. Those tences of death upon "Crooked-neck1 wishing to .ship from the loading plat-; Smith and Italian Micoli, at Mont- form havt been urmble in very many real; to life imprisonment. cases to do so on this account... The'--------------------------__________________ elevators have had much business in' consequence. As returns come, in' for general gatherings. The visitors present yesterday were President Edw. J. Wood, Councillors Thos. Duce and S. Williams, Messrs. Jno. F. Parrish, Willard Sorenson Win. 'West, L. M. Woolf and Ernest Wynder of the High Council. There was a general feeling of re- gret at the release of Bp. Stewart a: well as one of satisfaction because of the appointment of so worthy a suc- cessor. Mr. D. E. Harris, Sr., returnee from a. .month's visit to Utah where ac-'wUs celled to rrufet his brother now resident in Old Mexico. Card- ston Ward is pleased to welcome back Bp. Harris. Mr. D. Balcovski made another shipment of cattle'from this district last week. A special train came out for this purpose: Supt. H. H. Cummings held meet- ings in Leavitt and Aetna Wards on Tuesday and Thursday last in the interest of the religions classes. He was escorted by Presidents Wood and Duce. A number of prospective buyers have been in town this week in charge of the Pilling Realty Co. It ia not yet learned as to whether they landed them or not. OUR LETTER BOX. THE GRAIN YIELD Editor of the Herald: Dour Calgary Herald cornos out in headlines about the large shipment of grain from Claresholni. U'c have no objection to Clarosholm advertising its wonderful shipments of grain provided thcv vvould be fair and square in their com parisons. Comparisons are odious ut any stage of the game, but they ake they become obnoxious. Fo- instance, Clarcshohn claims bushels, Lethbridge Mucluorl and then adds, "Thus it will be seen that ClareshoUrii has more grain than Maclood aud Leth- brUlg-3 combined." The fact of the mailer is that at one station in the Lethbk'idge district, Magrath, over bushels of wheat have 'been shipped this fall. Here we have two mills running night and day and hah' a elevators crowded to their full capacity. Three farmers iu the district have as much grain us the entire output from Clurcsholm, their own figures. They' are Messrs. Thompson, Jensen and Brudshaw. We are aware of the fact, that OlarcsholnTls a good grain district. There is no discount- ing that fact.. But there are others and there is also very little need for Claresholm or any other portion oi Southern Alborta to rear up on its hind feet and bray about another por tiou of the district. It is all good and in -a fair way to raise one hun- dred times as much grain as has ever been raised before. have only Color, Flavor, Fragrance are the strong points of PAGE THRU, Market ytn have reit pita it iWi If wut MC 4 tor Si MONEY TO LOAN on improved farms. No delay. H. RAM LAL'S PURE TEA It's RICH, CLEAR COLOR, fresh FRAGRANCE and DELICIOUS FLAVOR have made it hosts of friends. Are YOU one yet IT IS PURE! Ram Lai's Tea is Sold only in JUthbridge by THE BENTLEY CO. LTD. Macbeth Agency, Postoffice Block, 283-O WANTED Good general servant. Apply to Mrs. V. McGuirc, 529 Round St. 285-6 WANTED AT ONCE Good general servant for light housework, can sleep at own home jf preferred. Apply to Mrs. Fred W. Downer, 1101 Ford street, city. B5-3 Miners WANTED wanted at Woodpecker LIQUOR LICENSE ORDINANCE been doing a little "hen scratching" da.y of November, at the present -time, before long we shall be engaged in actual fanning. Pair Figures. EARLY CLOSING Lethbridge, Nov. 18, 1908. TSie Editor Daily Herald: your report of the City Council proceedings you. sdy that the fee! i Jiff of the Council is againft the operation of that "bugbear" the ear- ly closing bylaw. As it has been repeatedly stated in Applications for a Hotel License Application has been made by Le- Roy Demon and Orson D. Demon, for a hotel license in respect to-4he premises situate on lots 27 and 28 and in Block 18, Coal City, Alberta. This application will be considered by the Board of License Commission- ers at a meeting to be held at Leth- bridge on Monday the 21st day of Deccrnbsr 1908, fit 3 o'clock p.m. DATED AT EDMONTON this 16th 287-1 S. B. WOODS, Deputy Attorney General. your columns that a majority of the people consider the bylaw- oppressive, I suggest that u "peaceful solution of the Council's difficulty would be to appoint an enumerator to accompany the taker of the proposed his rounds and get from the people a vote on the question-, "Do you. favor compulsory closing of ali stores at 6 The work could be finiahsd well withis ten days; i. c., befo'-c the Christinas shopping rush begins. The Council would then fool justified in takmg immediate action cm tht re- sult of the vote. Yours, etc., Jvistitia. Raymond Raymond, Nov. J. J. i .Cameron returned yesterday from Cardston, where he preached nn Sun- day. Mr. Baker returned yesterday from Lethbridge. Miss Dorothy Young has returned from Cardston where she has been visiting for the past week. There will be a concert and a dance Friday, Nov. 20 in honor of Albert Powell. Miss Ada Matson left today for Warner. Mr; Paul Smith, the barber has been on the sick list and has not been in the shop so far this week. Mr. Frazer is in Lethbridge today j on -business. Mr. C. Nilsson and son aro in Leth- brideo iodav. FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE About six acres of land, all fenced, and cross fenced, three strands of wire, about four miles from city, ir- rigated. A shack 10 x 10, chicken 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 ex- change for about three acres in the city, buildings or without. Let mv know what you have to exchange, where located and price. Send full particulars to Box 322, Lethbridje Postoffice. mines. Apply Thomas Irvine, Min- ott, Alta. 285-6 FOR SALE For the next ten days Mrs. G. A. 'Stevens will offer her entire house- hold goods for'sale, located at 630 Crabb street. This furniture is all new. Cali early and get a bargain. 285-0 FOR SALE One horse, G years old. Apply to Mgr., Hudson's Bay Co. 286-6 TO RENT Front room and use of to one or two respectible young men. Apply 811 Redpath St. (Opposite Dr. Mewburn's.) 286-6 LOST On Smith St. between Redpath aud Dufferin streets, a gold mounted Elk pin engraved "L.H. to Alice." Find- er return to L. H. Fowler and receive reward. 286-0 POSITION WANTED Man and wire want position tu farm for winter months or longur. Wife good cook, ma-i capable of tik- charge of farm. Twenty years experience in Canada. Apply letter to M. M.- Mackenzie, Tabtr PostoSice, Alta. S3-6 WANTED Girl for hotel work. Apply to Ar- lington Hotel. 281-0 TO RENT Large front room, entrance from the front, suitable for two gentlemen. Apply to Mrs. Bacon, 1248 Bompas St. FOR RENT Nine .home for rent in N'-.n.i Ward. Apply to The F. E. Land Co. FOR SALE A five room cottage, acre lot, fruit trees and small fruits., faces on two streets. Apply W. H. Robson, 631 Crabb St. 286-6 TO RENT Shack in North Ward, close in. Ap- ply Box D., Herald office. 285-0 COMMUTED SENTENCES Ottawa, Nov. cabinet yes- terday decided to commite the sen- Biggest program of the season at the Lyceum tonight. Tm Per- formances Dailj: DODE HALLSMAN The original College assisted by the WEBBER SISTERS College Sorigs ar.d Char- acter Changes Miss Hazel Salmon Songs, Danc.es and Char- Impersonations Illustrated Songs v The hits of the day MOVING PICTURES All Feature Pictures One Hour and a HaU of Refined Entertainment MUNICIPAL HISTORY The Editor Daily Herald: like a few bits of municipal history? Tha first Town Council which Lethbridge had was partly composed oi one or two Am- erican citizens; no, they were not na- turalized, and Mayor ATagrnth, and several town solicitors including. Bill GaUiher used to wonder where they would get off at in the event of a law suit, which never caine, but I sxip- pose the bylaws have now become le- gal by the lapse of time; and confir- mation. Those were the days when the St. Andrews' Society of Luthbridge; ap- pointed J. D. Higinbotham, the Iriih man, as its first president, which wa-s a bull, and used a peck of salt at their Haggis "banquet to produce thirst, which was not a bull. Billy Henderson and Bob Sage were left counting the empty bottles at 3 a.m. and they have not got the figures down pat to this good day. Our civic lav? says that appoint- ments to office by tender arc illegal, at least it was so when the fbllow- DORANDO IN NEW YORK New York, .Nov. Dietri, the Italian runner who crossed the tnpe in the Marathon race at the Olympic games in London ahead of John J. Hayes, the American contest- ant, who after declared winner ovring to the disqualifying of the Italian, arrived here today on the steamer Princc-ssin Cecil, will at- tempt to wrest the Marathon honors from Hayes in a specially arranged Dode Hallsman assisted by the Weber Sisters in the original College Kid tonight at the Lyceum. Alberta Restaurant Sho) t Orders at all Hours Oliver Block Phone 228 The Oxford Cafe for had j SERVES MEALS' their first meeting on the proscribed! Ha.8 been Remodelled (Jay. [Mayor Bcntluy and Clerk Safje! Fresh Oysters, Cigars, Fruit and Confectionery Proprietor A SNAP In North Ward, three roomed cot-; tage, all painted, built on two lots, all'fenced. Price for quick sale, only Apply E. T. McGregor, office i'osioffice' or write' Box 387, FOR SALE A large grand piano for sale, suit- able for church or concert hall. En- quire of G. A. Stevens. Also 250 chairs. 285-0 OF COAL MINING RtQ ULATIOMS Cokl mininc ricbu of tfee Doouakw ic Manitoba, Alberto, Yukon Territory, tie Territories and Britiib ColuBDiA, at j be luidd for a term of tweaty-oiM years at an actual reatol of an acre. Not toore than ajiO will be leaaed to one applicant. Application for a muai ba made to the Afent or Sub-Agent ol the district in which the rifhU ap- plied for are situated. lo surveyed territory tfaa Ian'' mint be described by aectioni, or U gal subdivisions of sectioni, and ungurveyed territory the tract appli- ed for shall be staked out. acLi application uouat be aocom- punied by a fee of which will U refunded if the applied lor an not available but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid oo the mer- chantable output of the mine at ttu five cents per too. Every Inwee oi coal minint which are aot being operated shall furoish the district Agent of Domin- ion Lands with a sworn statement to that effect at least oace in each year. The lease will iacluie the coal aiining rights only, but the lesee may be permitted to purchase wbaterei available surface may be con- sidered for the working ol the mme at the rate of an acre. For full information application ohcmld be made 10 the Secretary oi the Department of the Interior, Ot- tawa, or any Agent or Sub-Agent ol Dominion Lands. W. W. CORY, Deputy Minister of the Interior publication ol this advertisement will not be paid tor. SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH WEST LAND REGULATIONS Lethbridge, Alta. 237-6 WANTED Good general servant. Apply Mrs. A. H. McKeown, Westminster Road, opposite C. B. Bowman's. WANTED By woman of German nationality, position as general servant in hotel or private house. Bertha Bossert, Stirling, Alta. 237-6 FORMER WESTERNER DEAD Nov. B. Murray, at one time! chief of police of Winnipeg and prominent in the West in its early days, died here to- day, aged 69. Miss Margaret Macpherson Fraser, A. T. C. M. First Class, Honor Graduate of Dr. Edward Fisher. Musical Director of the Toronto Conservatory of Music. TEACHER OF PIANO AND THEORY SPECIALTY in all grades prepared for the Toronto Con- servatory examinations, will receive a thorough and artistic musical edu- cation, preparing them fully for the ROOMS TO RENT Rooms to rent, suitable for men of quiet habits. Apply to Mrs. Robt. Adam, Fisher St. 2-J.5-6 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. LOST Any person who is the sole head t a family, or any 'male over 18 yean may" homestead a quarter-section available Dominion land in Mani- toba, Saskatchewan or AlberU. The applicant must appear in person at the Dominion Lands Agency or Bub Asency for the district. Entry oy proxy may be made at any agency on certain conditions, by father mother, son, daughter, brother or ter of intending homesteader. months' residence upon cultivation of the land in each of three years. A homeateader may KTC within nine miles of his home- stead on a farm of at least 80 solely owned and occupied by him or by his father, mother, son, daughter, brother or sister. In certain districts a homesteader 1 bunch of keys belonging to a in good standing may pre-empt railroad man. Leave at the Herald' office and receive reward. 84-4 LOST A new grey cap, between A. Macdonald Co.'s and K. J. Hill's. Reward. Leave at Her- ald Office. 283-0 LOST On June 10th 1907 one gray mare branded on right shoulder OJ and left shoulder Z inverted J. reward to parties- giving information as to whereabouts. John Zanca, John St., Number 3, Lethbridge Alta. 285-4 LOST OR STRAYED Bay mave "and spring colt, mare about three years old, branded on right thigh lazy 71. Mare was shod all round. Colt was not brand- 1 MOVING PICTURES. ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE, Refined Vaudeyille and New Motion Pictures MRS. GU1NESS, THE FEMALE BLUEBEARD 1000 Feet of Fine Film No Divorce Wanted j Page Boy and Baby HYACINTH HAMPTON CeriMtss PerfaMice at 7.30 .QrtAV wug Prices lOc and I5c took their respective (one of thorn j was respectable) chairs. Immediate- JQP ly before the minutes were read, Coun cillor R. E. Sherlock handed a letter j to the wav.t of ignorance j which letter was thereupon read to the Council by Sage. The letter; proved to he a bid for Sage's job at j a cut "of 8100. The bid was and the bidder was C. R. Bowman, i In course Sherlock moved and, IT. Robinson spondee! that the1 lowest tender frCt the job. The May- or turned to "Will you come In honeyed accents Sajjoj thundered out Curley Whit-! ney was the only Councillor who I previously warned Snpc of his nron.ohmor Wait till .7 get a drink. ________________The Ancient. AN ARCADIAN DRINK LETTER TELEGRAMS IN FRANCE !is fme sarsaParilln- fcreain v Paris, Nov. i7.-The Post, ami Telegraphs has aflvors dchcioys- montod the epocini letter dc-1 finc waterft' ale' livery systom in Franco with whatlctc" 3TC for thc sick aro termed "Letter cr for a Draught. No system providing that Ws shouid be without a case of our may be telegraphed hefwoen any in tho llOTSC- points in France at night at a c-ostj CTllRDinrP ot o-ie imh p cent A and that ODKivUL DKLif they -will be delivered the nest morn- ing. O llFMUVi.. W itO teaching profession, for the concert, dark iron-grey. Reward church and platform work, as well i will be given. Keturn to tfo. 50 Ar- as for the drawing room and the so- 1 gylo AW.. Lethbridge, or write Box cial circle. 322. Personal consultation in Studio, at the residence of Mrs. Wm. Hutton, 814 Courtland St., Lethbridge, Alta. Canada Western Chartered Corporation Ltd. Capital Financial Agents. Fiscal Agents Brokers. for Royal Collieries Ltd All Standard Stocks Handicd HEAD OFFICE-VICTORIA, B. C. 282-6 Track Buyers Wanted Wanted, by grain firm 'BngiYge'd 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 quarter-section alongside his home- stead. Price per acre. Duties. reside six months in each of six years from date of homestead entry (including the time required te earn homestead patent) and cultivate fifty acrea extra A homesteader who has exhausted his homestead right and cannot oV tain a pre-emption may take a pur- chased homestead in certain districts! Price per acre. reside six months in each of three years, cultivate fifty acres and erect a house worth 1300.00. W. W. CORY. Deputy of the Minister of the Interior. publication of this advertisrment will not be paid for. CANADIAN ANNUAL MALTING COMPANY, Ltd ESTABLISHED 18W Merchants Bank of Canada jTflAT) OFFICE, MONTREAL Paid -up Reserve and Undivided Profits.............. Accounts of Merchants, Firmer? and Ranchers Solicited DrafU Money Orders Letters of Credit Savings Bank Department Lethbridge Branch: CotUUle Block, Rtdptth St. EASTERN CANADA EXCURSIONS Low Round Trip Kates to ONTARIO, QUEBEC AND MARITIME PROVINCES Tickets on sale Dec. 1 to Dec. 31, in- clusive, stood to return within three months. Tickets issued in connection Atlantic Steamship Business will be on sale from Nov. 21, and limited to five months from date of issue. Equipment. Standard First- ctass Steeping and Tonriit Can on aii Through Trains 2 Through Express Trails Baity THE "TORONTO EXPRESS" Winnipeg daily .it 22.10, mak- ing cop.nect'ons at Toronto for all points east and west thereof. Apply to nearest C.P.R. Agent for full information. M Office IOHM9TONE ami 8i Ikitw adjoining Union Bank, ;