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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 19, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta iHt LETMBMlDQE DAILY HERALD. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 19, IM9. New and Different There is never anything commonplace about Fit-Reform Suits and Overcoats. We create styles we select patterns at the show effects that are confined exclu- sively to Fit-Reform. Honest value for your money, is the Fit-Reform motto. A SALE OF Site Ml OmtMti 106 INDIAN LAND (Spebia. to the Herald) Pincher Creek, Nov. ac- res of the Peigan Indian reserve on the north side of the Old Man River. north of Brockett, will be sold by public auction at Pincher Creek on November 24th. This is first class wheat land and should sell high. All the farmers in that vicinity have had good crops. The proceeds from the sale will be used, to help the Indians secure the machinery to farm the part of the reserve on the south side of the river. The Indians are now becoming quite progressive and are taking quite an interest in modern farming operations On the Peigan Indian reserve there are 472 Indians all told. There are 31 in the boarding school where tbere is a farm of 160. acres, of which 16 acres are under cultivation and yields a good crop of grain and vegetables. Next year this -will all be planted in vegetables. This year on the reserve there was 300 acres of 1909 crop, but Form Athletic Association Following up the suggestion of the Hon. W. A. Buchanan, made in the course of his remarks when present- ing the trophies last Saturday even- ing, at the Labor Hall, to the winn- ing football teams, for an amateur athletic association in this city, a meeting has been called for tonight in the Caledonian Hall to go into the question. The proposition is a needy and worthy one and should have the hearty support of all interested in athletics. McKELViE McGUIRE Sole Agents for LetHbridfie- (crop next year. Each Indian family next year will have 40 acres of crop. The Indians have very goad success with farming. It keeps them more at home and in a year there have been only 'two cases of indulgence in too much fire water.' It is interesting to hear an Indian tell about his plans for farming and to see the smile as he speaks of the steam plough which will be procured from the proceeds of .the sale of part of his reserve. The son of the buf- hunter will become an engineer and the bloody battlefield will yield golden grain. LOCAL NOTES New Costumes, at the Lyceum tonight. E. V. McMullen returned to Calga- ry last night. If you have a cow to sell, bring it to Fur-man's tomorrow before 2 p. m. Wilson, the auctioneer. Phone 189. Miss Cousins, of Medicine Hat, is visiting Miss Henderson this week. See the new pictures in Turpin's a lot of pictures that are worth while. Wah Hop, the Chinese market gar- dener; was arrested yesterday for peddling goods on .a market day, con- trary to the market by-law. He has obtained legal advise and will fight the case. Babe Mason of the Bostonians will please you all. Lyceum next Tues- Goods Come in early and select your Christmas presents, pay a small deposit on the same and we will hold them until Christmas. All articles purchased .will be engraved free of charge. We have four expert hand en- gravers on our premises, the only engravers in the city. Entire change of program at the Lyceum tonight. See Dr. Dippy's Re- treat. James S. Braidwood of Winnipeg, inspector of stores for the Hudson's Bay Co., is in the city on official business. He reports that the good crop has improved business all over the west and everybody seems confi- dent-and hopeful of the future. It is just a year since Mr. Braidwood was in Lethbridge before and like every- body else he could not help but re- mark upon the evidences of remark- able growth fa the city. The best show ever in the city for the money at the Eureka this week. Prices I5c-25c and 35c. We have passed into Stock Five Carloads of New Furniture within the last few weeks. Our New Showroom is one of the Finest in the West, well lighted, well heated. No trouble to make selections from our immense stock. We are strong on Dining Sets, Bedroom Suites, Brass Bads, etc. Over 500 beds to pick from. Our Special this week: 20 White Enamel Beds at, each ENTRANCE FRONT AND REAR OF STORE E. j. H H- H In the Herald's Prize Contest "STANDING TO-MORROW x Tlie list of candidates ap- pears on another page wi'L the nomination to the credit of each. Tomorrow the ballots and subscriptions sc far received will each candidate. be Yesterday's issue of the Herald contained much of interest to candi- dates and their friends, and it is like- Imples. a THE CITY'S LEADING JEWELLER Established 1898 Phones 165-66 "Whenever your complexion is unnat- ural, your skin in an unhealthy condition, your, face covered with blotches and pimples, when boils and festering sores abound then your blood is bad. can best "clennse it with that purely vegetable compound. Burdock Blood Bitters, which saieiy and promptly ren- ovates the blood and invigorates the entire system. Mr. C. A. Mussen. Bawlf, Alta., writes: recom- mend Burdock Blood Bit- T tersas being the best blood 4 i f purifier there is. About three years ago I was greatlv troubled with boils and our drug- gist aavised me to try Burdock Bitters and after taking two bottles i have not had a boil or even a pimple.' Boils Cured. THE MAYOR OF TOKIO Messrs. Deloy and Kelsey as the "bo's" in "the Mayor of Tokio" at the Lyceum last night were sure -large producers. There certainly 7 seems to be no limit to the amount of mirth which these two comedians are capable of producing. They'have the recipe with which to drive dull care away, and just know how to do the dispensing. The chorus in this very funny play are very pleasing. A number of new chorus girls appeared last night, which added greatly to the strong and popular aggregation. Tonigct "Dr. Dippee" the big success of last season, will be presented. New songs and specialties will be intro- duced. M Pimples T T Cured. Mr. J. Morehouse. Ze land Station, NM3., write. "'My face and neck wer "covered with pimples, ar.: I tried all kinds of rem dies, but they did me i. "ood I went, to manv dorters, but th< could not cure me. I then 1 ried Blood Bitter? and I must say ii. is a. V.C. derful remedy for the .-ure of ri-vr-kv For sale by all only by The T. Miibum Co.. Lm.-v.c Toronto, Ont. 11ITE has Just received a large shipment of Buffets, Dining Sets, Dressers and Stands, Beds, Blankets, Sheetings, Etc., and -we are offering them, to the Lethbridge public vt reduced rates in order to make room for our holiday goods' Dorii wait un- til Xmas to shop. Co-me now and get the benefit of our offerings. 3 Doors From Bank of Montreal On Crabb St. Saturday Night Cai, or Phone Us ly there will he a busy time from now on. The announcement of the names of those who have up to this time entered the Herald's contest contained many surprises. The list will no douht continue to grow, but it is a very representative one. List Will Change In all contests there are changes from 'time to time in the names of those who are striving to win one of the prizes. There are always some faint-hearted ones who have not the courage to hold out until the end, and who withdraw, probably just as fortune was about to smile on their efforts. Satisfactory List The list of candidates published yes terday was very satisfactory in qual- ity and quantity, which shows a gen- eral interest. The mere mention of your name serve.s to introduce you to the public. All are now aware of the fact that you arc in the contest- in it to win the course. In thinking over those to whom you may apply for votes and subscriptions it is not necessary to limit yourself to to your own town or adjoining territory. Many of the candidates know friends who are interested in Lethbridge and- who naturally take aa interest in local happenings. The very best way to keep in touch with old friends is to subscribe for the Daily or Weekly Herald. Three dol- lars will pay for the Daily Herald by- mail, and if the subscriber is a new one the candidate will get votes A new weekly subscription for one year brings votes. Visit Contest Department Unfortunately the- Contest Depart- ment in the Bryan Block is unable to secure telephone service on account of the installation of the new system, i Candidates who an- not already sup- plied with subscription books should .call at the Contest Department for i them or phone a request TO the busi- j ness office of the Herald. The Con-j test manager will call or send a rep- j rescntative to those who arc unable j to call. All con'rst business must} he transacted at '.hu special depart- ment in the Bryan Block. Open irom JO a.m. until (i p.m. daily and until 9 p.m. Saturday nights. In order to equalize competition the territory has been divided into two districts, and the candidates in eachj compete for the district prizes. The j contestants in both districts compete for the three grand prizes. District No. 1 comprises the City of Lethbridge. District No. a comprises all terri- tory outside of Lethbridge. VOTES New Renewals Daily by Carriers, Lethbridge 3 months 350 250 6 months 2.00 1000 700 year 4.0.0 3000 2000 2 years 3.00 9000 6000 By Mail: 3 months -85 A number of the young men of thej city have taken steps for securing au' open air rink for this winter. The rink will be situated on De-Serin St. east of the barracks. With the ad- vent of the cold weather this should he a popular place of amusement and exercise for the skaters. "Take the The cake that is being presented by the Brown Amusement Co., on Saturday evening at The Lyceum Theatre to the adver- tiser whose advertising slide com- mands the most applause is now on in The City Bakery's window. Since the commencement of this com- petition this form of advertising prom- ises to become exceedingly popular, judging by the applications that the Co. are receiving for slides. CLARKE V CO The Ladies'Store Phone 453 Acadia Block WE SELL FOR CASH All the Season's Newest Models, including our usual unbeatable values at and re- duced to effect an immediate and sweeping clearance Terms Arranged. Estimates Gladly Given. 350 1000 3000 250 700 2000 6 months 1-50 1 year 3.00 2 ycars 6.00 9000 6000 Weekly Herald: f, months ................75 500 300 1 year 1.50 1500 1000 2 'vcars 3.00 -1500 3000 Every jrood merchant has a time for adjusting stock, clearing broken lots and oddments which are certain to accumulate K. heavy season's selling. We do not intend to carry over to another season one of these oddments that we can find other owners for before that time and we are beginning this week by adjusting stocks in our ready-to-wear section, just at a time you can get your money's worth out of any g.irmti'.t before the season ends. odd in suits and coats have accumulated r: months' selling to which we have added a special some twenty odd coats in the most wanted style oi the season, making- a complete range of sizes and popular colors to select iron, in quantities intended to sell for almost the sale Features of commanding interest to economical people in- this great sale of Suits and Coats are the unusually generous values, permitting of saving of fully one-third the regular selling prices, and the seasonable character of every garment included We want to impress upon you strongly the high character of every coat and suit excellent quality of the pure wooi materials, the perfect tailor work, splendid sew- ing and finishing throughout, which are just a little better than are gen- erally found in garments sold at and ;