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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 19, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta lITHtfHDOI, tlii rwult of a cold eauewf by Mpawrf to and inclement weather; tod U a very daiigcroun iiiiiuiimiatoiy tiou erf brouc-hiaUuboB. Symptoms art the cheat, sharp pains and a diJHculty iu and a secretiou of thick pMegm, at white, but Liter of a greenish or odor. Bronchitis u one of most general causes of Consumption. Care it at ouco by the uac of Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Byrisp. D. D. -Miller, Alkndale, Oat, My hiwbaiid got a bottle of Dr. Wood's Korway Syrup for my girl who had Uroitchitk wheeaed so badly you could hear her from room to the other, but it.'.wart nob long until we oould see effect your medicine hod on her. when we lived io Toronto. She, had a Iwd cold this winter, but in- of another botllo of Wood's Norway Pine Syrup, I tried a home made receipt which I got from neighbor but found tliAt her cold lasted about twice ivilong. My husband highly praises 'Dr. aod says he will see thai a bottle ofit is alwaya kept in house." Tt is puc up in a yellow wrapper, three pino trec'8 the trude mark, the price 25 cts. B j Bu're and accept none of the many sub- stitutes. Taber AIMRTA, THURSDAY, NOVEMiCR It, Ittt MflKFIVf TABER- IS GROWING Tabor on Saturday, Nov. '7th, to Mr. and Mrs. Valdez, a son, v, Taber on Friday, Nov.-6th, to' Mr. and Mjs. J. A. Draggo, a son. Taber on., Friday, Nov. 6th, to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rue- sell, a son. GREATEST IN THE WORLD E. A. Winnipeg, Man., Nov.. 17.- Leech, inspector of Dominion Lands Agencies stated today thai; the rush for homesteads during the fall' of the present year was the greatest land business ever dohe-in any coun- try of the world. There were nearly sixteen thousand entries in Septem- ber and half thai number, m October. ;In the corresponding months last year there were less than five -thou- sand entries. Taber, Nov, at the hour of 8 o'clock, the hour set fo? I ho convening of Uw council lust ev- ening, If is Worship the iluyor and Clerk Mi Hoc HaL down. Four of the c'ounctlmcir eJitered later., Tim Mayor' wcphuwd tlie action of the ratepayers taken at a recent pub- lic uieetitiif, in which the council was authorized to proceed at once with the surveying aiid fencing of the etcry. The Works and Property Committee were '.therefore instructed by the council to take charge of the work and rush It to completion as soonVs possible. v S. J. Layton was appointed city sexton. The fire alarm bells having just, ar- rived, the Fire, Water and Light Com mittec was instructed to locate suit- able sites for their installation. The case of W, 'Winter and G. Gatewood, charged by Prop. John of the Grassy Luke Hotel, with entering his place and stealing an ov- ercoat, was djsposed of this morning before Magistrates Aubin and Layton There not being sufficient evidence to convict, the justices concurring, dis- missed the case. Bert Benthuin, a miner at Coal City, was charged by W. E. Bullock with appropriating- for his own use a pair of whipple trees without the con "sent of the rightful owner. He plead- ed" guilty to the charge, and was sen- tenced to ten days at hard labor up- on the pile" at Lethbridge. August Podell and family of Emitry arrived yesterday on the Flyer. With the freight came his car of settler's effect. As Mr. Podell has already erected -upon his homestead in Tp. H. 17, a commodious house for his family aud ajl other necessary outbuildings for the pro- tection of his stock :for the winter, he will move there at once. Mr. II. F. Annable, after hiving spent-a week in Moose Jaw, returned upon the Flyer. The'gen- lemtin reports times there exceeding- y lively, especially so at the Dbmin- on Land" Omce. .He said yesterday hat during the past ten months o his year there have been entered 11. quarter sections of land. O this enormous total quarto sections were entered upon in Septem ber and quarters in October. Ir that locality alone, during the las five years, approximately loineslcad entries have been made The late action.of the government in placing upon the market preemption and purchased has giver a fresh impetus in this direction. an( show's a remarkable increase in urcs in the Moose Jaw district. For money invest- ed there 10 nothing that will give grea- ter interest in am- usement and plea- sure for the long winter evenings. New Anbertt 4 Hi. Rectrfc ad Uisti Mictats. Prices U PHONOGRAPH Color, Flavor, Fragrance are the strong points of Wfcce y uylhioi to Mil to reit place it ii tkii If ywt wait u 25e MK iuertiM iMcrlkM for Barrhill, Nov. have for a ong. time been looking for some news rom Barrhill in your paper but in am. I will take, the liberty to send ou a few lines, just enough to kt he people see that there is some one .live at Ban-hill, as .'they may think hey are all dead. Ah, no, we are jot dead, we are driving ahead in the arne -way as in other places. Now Tor the news. The country around the Barrhill -is pretty well.set led with a mixed population. Here are Americans, Norwegians, Swedes, j Scotchmen, Englishmen, Ger- AWAY" from the desire to eat sugar, be- "cause science finds it's a healthful craving. Our SUPERIOR CONFECTIONERY "will please fruits, flavors in all. Ever tasted our Choc- olates yet? A-h-h-m Why not try 'em today? Rochon's Handy Kitchen The Oxford Cafe SERVES GOOD MEALS. Has been Remodelled Fresh Oysters, Cigars, Fruit anc TONG Proprietor fig A TIP Anyone who does not "want to receive a publication -will have no trouble in discontinu- ing ft, if you notify the pub- lishr-r that you don't" want the paper longer, providing you owe nothing. Don't continue taking, the paper until you are pressed for payment and then up" and say you "nev- er subscribed for it." No pub- lisher wants to force anyone to lake his. paper if-he "does hot want it, at the same time- he expects those who take his paper to pay for "it just the same as they pay any other" Barrhill RAM LAL'S PURE TEA It's RICH, CLEAR COLOR, fresh FRAG-RANCE and DELICIOUS FLAVOR hive made it hosts of friends. Are YOU one yet? IT IS PURE! Rmm Lai's Tea is Sold only irt Lethbridge by THE BENTLEY CO. LTD. MONEY TO on improved farms. Vacbeth -Agency, Postoffice LOAN No delay. OF COAL MININO ULATIONt H. Block. 283-0 WANTED Good gftnsral Eeiyant. Apply to Mrs. V. W. McGuire, 529 Round Bt, 285-6 WANTED Miners wanted at Woodpecker mines. Apply Thomas Irvine, Min- ott, Alta. 285-6 Cotl auaiuf rigbu of the in Mnaitobft. BMkAtchevtR, the Ytkoo TWHtory, North-Weal and be a term of years at an rental of acre. more ttuo 1JHQ vlU be to CIVICNOTICE Notice is hereby given that the fol- lowing sections By-Law No. 4, re- lating to Health will br; rigidly en- SECTION 68a mans. Fin landers. There. arc 10 Hindus, or Chinamen so far as I All the above named are law- abiding people, good, working ianners and will make number one citizens of forced. after erected within the City situated upon property fronting or abutting on any street" or lane in which both a sewer and -water' main exists shall be connected with the sewer and wa- WANTED Good general servants Apply Mrs. A. H; McKeowif, Westminster Road, opposite 0. .B. Bownmn'a. 287-2 WANTED By woman of German nationality, position as general servant in hotel or private, house. Bertha Bossert, Stirling, Alta. 287-6 Canada and especially of our great main .and .the necessary piping province of. Sunny Alberta. It was- the first wheat crop raised around the Barrhill that we had this fall, with a couple of exceptions, and it proved 'that the farmers had not made a mistake by settling here. Even if the crop didn't run up to 35 or 40 bushels to the acre in all cases it did koen around the and it is No.' 1. Northern, thiit is on our market. Our school- trustees arc busy mak- ing plans and estimates for the new school house to be built soon. Our post, office is doing good busi- ness. The post master reports that between sixty and seventy letters go from Barrhill weekly. It is good for a new post office. Last Wednesday some of Ban-hill's young, people met at the post oflice tp form- a literary society. It is to he-'called Barrhill Debating Society. SUr. Walter Emsley was el- .ectcd Carl Johnson, vice- John Watchman secretary, Miss Julie -.Wintori, editor of Barrhill Welcome, a new; weekly paper to be started by the Society. Whether it will be Liberal or Conservative in po litics I don't know. Mr. Olaf Ymneslund had bad luck by losing a valuable colt a couple of days ago in an open well in his pas- ture. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Silsbce were guests at the post master's Sunday. Also Mr. Watchman. Mr. Christ Lennir.g is building on his horaestead.' Mr. Isaac Wintori, p. m., is helping him to get the house in shape. It jg. 19--1-1. 3lr. Alfred Wintori was to Loth- bridge with a load of wheat. It was 1 Northern and he got 80 cents a bushel. T have no dances, no Sunday School or meetings to report before they get the school house built.' Maybe there will bo then. Mr. Ole Isaacson is building a new residence on his farm. Mr. Carl Johnson, is the contractor. The patrons of BarrhiU post office think it has brought them a step nearer civilization by getting mail twice a week. and fixtures including water closet and basin shall be placed in. such building-so that the cellar drains and privie may be properly drained into said sewer. SUB-SECTION 3 OF SECTION 84 Any person who shall try, shall maintain the house, build- ing or pens in. which the same shall be kSpt in. clean state that the neighbors or passengers may not be incommoded, by the "stench therefrom and such poultry must be kept-con- fined on the Tpfemises of the owner thereof. BY-LAW H0.; PENALTIES, SECTION 2 Any person driving any carriage, sleigh, or vehicle wagon of any POSITION WANTED young man wants good job 'or winter, not afraid or work. Ap- ply Box M., Herald. _ 287-2 WANTED A.young man accustomed to sheep. 10 Argyle Ave. 287-3 TO LET A five roomed house, per monT Apply to'53 Argyle Ave. 287-0 TO LET Eight roomed new cottage on cor- ner of .Bartlett and Courtland Sts Hot and cold water, furnace and aL modern conveniences. Ready Dec 15. Apply E. U. Rylands. 287-6 FOR RENT A furnished cottage almost new centrally -located. R. V. Gibbons Ott Block. POSITION WANTED Man and wire want, position on arm for winter months or longer. Vifci good cook, man capable rf tt Se- ng1 charge ef Twenty years xperience in Canada. Applv tiy etter to M. M. Mackenzie, Taber Postoffice, Alta. 83-6 WANTED Girl-for hotel work, ingion Hotel. Apply to Ar- 281-0 FOR SALE A five room cottage, acre lot, fruit trees and small fruits, faces "on two streets. Apply W. H. Jrabb St. Robson, 631 256-6 TO RENT Shack in North Ward, close in. Ap- ply Box D., Herald office. 285-0 FOR SALE A large grand piano for sale, suit- able for church or concert quire of G. A. Stevens. Also -250 chairs. 285-0 Application for a uuat U made to the Agent or the district iu which the riffcta ap- plied for are aituated. Iu iurrejdd territorj Un' uuat deaeribed by or U gal tubdirisioaa of lectioM, axui uueurTeyed territory the trtet r-d for be out. Each application must be panted by a iee of which will refunded if the righU applied lot an not available but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the mer- chantable output of the urine at the rat3 of five cents per vja. Every oi coal mining which are aft being operated shall furnish the district Agent of Domin- ion with a iworn statement to that effect at leaat once in each year. The lease will include the coal mining rights only, but the leaee nuj be permitted to purcbaae whatetet available surface righU may be coo- sidered for the working ol the mine at the rate of an acre. For full information application ehould be made to the Secretary oi the Department of the Interior, Ot- tawa, or any Agent or 8ub-Agent of Dominion Lands. W. W. GOBY. Deputy Minister of the Interior publication oi adverti0ement will not be FOR SALE For the next ten days Mrs. G. A. Stevens will offer her -entire -house- hold goods for sale, located at street. This .furniture ia all new. Call early and get a bargain. 285-O this tor. SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS FOR SALE South African veteran scrip, cheap description or riding any bicycle or riding or driving any horse or other anima across any ditch, other than at regular crossings provided for the purpose, or along or across any bou- levards or space, lying between the line of any ditch and the sidewalk or outer line of the street, shall be guilty of a breach of .this By-Law and be liable on conviction for each such offence to a the dis- cretion of the convicting: .Justice of not less than Ten Dollars and not exceeding Twenty-five Dollars. R. V. Gibbons, Ott Block. 368-0 DODE HALLSMAN The original College Kid. assisted by the WEBBER SISTERS College Songs and Char- acter Changes Miss Hazel Salmon Songs, Dances and Char- acter I in personations Illustrated Songs The hits of the day LIQUOR LICENSE ORDINANCE TO RENT Furnished .cottage in good locality. Bath, furnace, terms moderate. Ap- FOR SALE horse, 6'years old. Apply to Mgr., Hudson's Bay Go. 286-6 ply Box Y., Herald. 288-Cf LOST A bunch' of keys. Finder kindly leave at Herald Office. 28S-3 MONTREAL FIRE CHIEF Applications Hoteh License Application has boen made by Lc- Roy Demon and Orson D. Demon, for a hotel licensiT in respect to the promises situate on lots 27 and 23, in Block 18, Coal City, Alberta. This application will considered by tho Board of License Commission- ers at a meeting to be held at Leth- bridge on Monday the; 21st day of December 1903, at 3 o'clock p.m. DATED AT EDMONTON this 16ih day November, 237-1 S. B. WOODS, Deputy Attorney General. Montreal, Nov. fire com- mission has recommended the ap- pointment of Deputy Chief Tremblay in place of Clue! Benoit has asked to be relieved of the posi- tion on January 1 next. JOHN BARTHOLOMEW Lethbridge PIANOFORTE TUNING, ETC. Organs and- Pianofortes repaired, polished, etc. Good work guaranteed. WRITE HERALD OFFICE. TO RENT Front room and use of sitting room to one or two respectible young men. Apply 811 Redpath St. (Opposite Dr. ROOMS TO RENT Rooms to rent, suitable for men oi quiet habits. Apply to Mrs. Rebt. Adam, Fisher St. 235-6 FOUND Between .Coaldale and Lethbridge, on Oct. a large horse collar. Owner can have same by proving property and paying expenses at Herald Office. .A new rey i.r_ LOST Russian Lamb cap, acubnald Co.'s and Iron Springs ESSEX'S SHERIFF DEAD I Windsor, Nov. C. Her, sher- A box socialiwas held in the school] iff Of Essex county, died at Sand- house Monday nigV.t. The school] wich or. Fridav. The late sheriff .was house wns crowded. The evening was voars 0{ ago> an'd Was born in the opened by songs and recitations, J Township of Colchester South. He which were-very good, particularly was appointed sheriff under the late those selections by Mr. Carleton and Miss English and Miss Brady, after Mr. Frnscr sold the baskets, some of which fetched a good figure, none selling for less than and highest being John A. McDonald- Government in "l872. Miss Margaret Macpherson Fraser, A. T. C. M. First Class, Honor Graduate of D'r. Edward Fisher, Musical Director of he Conservatory of Music. TEACHER OF PIANO AND THEORY SPECIALTY in all grades prepared for the Toronto Con- servatory examinations, will receive thorough and artistic musical edu- cation, preparing them fully for the teaching profession, for the concert, church and platform work, as well as for the drawing room and the so- cial circle. Personal consultation in Studio, at the residence of Mrs. Wm. Hutton, 8M Courtland St., Lethbridge, Alta. E. J.. Hilt's. aid Office. Reward. Leave aC Her- 283-0 Any person who is the sole head