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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 20, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LBTHBRIDQE, AUBERTA, FR'DAY, NOVEMBER 30, lObS. PAGE THREE. 4hi Canada's Greatest Success in Hand-Tailored Garments s Fit-Reform has won its big success under the most direct cotnparison with garments made by the eading merchant tailors. Men, who wanted the best garments that could be made, tried both, and are now wearing Fit-Reform Suits and Overcoats exclusively. Any man, who wishes the greatest >le value for his money, should make the same comparison. possibl Taber McKELVIE & McGUIRE iSoIe Agents for Lethbridge. Pincher Creek Pluchor Creek, Xov. Ifl.-AIoHHrH. ^ Goo. Ilnycs iind S. Thornloy pnid a visit to i\rncloo(l this woeVc. iMr. .1. .1. AUIorHon viKilod l^etli-brirlRc tliis week. .TncI^ PkPyiiolds, n. forinur rnHidont of tlii.s pliico, wa.s renewing ncyquaintani'o with friends this wool{. Sfayor f^cott. Messrs. C. Kettles, II. Rivicro nnd W. H. Jlorry wore in Jfac-Icod this wool; nttonding tl�o "sittinRK of tile Supremo Court. -Mr. O. K, Haillio, fornioriy of this town, now of Wnclood, is in town this week. The nOth onnivorsury of the priest- 2 HAND STORE A Great Proposition A man on the train the other night said it was a great waste of money to buikl the new Bridge at Lethbridgo. He said "why the-didn't they fill up the-prap." That would be a difficult task, but not so difficult a one as trying to find a store in this City wlierc genuind bargains are so plentiful. Don't take my word come and see for yourself. Frank Waddington -rrUEPHONE 261 410 ROUND STREET hood of I'opo Viiis X. was oltsorved in St. �Alicluiel's Church Ijy holding throe dny.") of prayer. Father I.iizet, of Fi-nnk, conducted tlio services on Hundny and Afonday. jAl'rs. Geo. I.evasseiir visited frIcMids in Fernie last week. A ninnhcr from hern went to Colo-man 'I'uosdny to witness the l)o.xing bout 1)etweon Jim Burrows, of Coleman and Kid Ilowell, of Seattle. .Jim Uurrows won in tlio seventh round. The local Knights of Pythias moot in their Cnsllc Hall on Afonday night Xoniination of ofllcers for the ensuing year will take place. Born-At Pincher Crook Memorial hospital on Nov. 17th to 'Mr', and Jlrs. John Hhodos, of I'orcupino Hills ft son. J(r. S. lAum leaves for his home in Kngland on Friday night. Air. and Jlrs. llorkc, who live ab-()ut five milo.s west of here, entertained n, few Pincher Crook friends on Wednesday niglit. ST.'ANDUEWS DINNER v A meeting of the Scotchmen of Pincher Creult was lii;ld in the ICing Edward Hotel to discuss tlic best way of cclcljrating St. Andrew's night. Jtr. A. Ij. Freebairn was elected chair man while IMr. A. N. Jlowat was made .socrolary and treasurer. After a lively discti.ssion it was decided to hold a. banciuet on ATonday, >{ov. Miith. 'I'he following committee were apiKiinted to nialio arrangomoiils and got ui) a toast Ifst and programme: Afessrs. Askcy, Hay, Wallace, Armstrong, nnd Jfatheson. gentlemen are to act in conjunction with the chairman and secretary'. The banquet is- for everyliody nnd all nationalities will 1)0 made welcome. Tickets may be secured from any of tho above connnittec. : Tnbor, Nov. .19.-Yesterday at 4 p.m. wItnoHseil the iiiying of tlio last brick used for tlu^ veneering of tho Pnlaco Hotel. For tho last llilrty-si.\ hours an innnenso praii'le (Ire di'lven by a violent Chinook wind has been wilnosscd south-east of Tabcr. Its origin has not as yot been dolormlnod.  f\ J. T.annalmn nnd party will pro l)abl,v nov(;r forgot their exciting and blood curdling experience of yesterday while fording tho Holly Uivor at a point four miles ii':k. Bivokuclim com; fr.oin sick kidn"!', ihhI what a lot oi tiMiiliio nicU kiilii'.-y.i caino, I! it tli'V can't lioli> it. If nine work ia put D'l tlinu ttiiia th-jy can utirind il, ia not to I)) wouiloru.l that thoy gJt oat of order. lUikvuho is Hin ily ii Wiiraliig fni:a Ilia kid.ioyH aad ahouM bo attcu lo 1 to ini-rnediatoly bo a4 to av.jid yoird of lerriblo �; fr >ni kid'nv trauhlui, Du.xn's kidney Pills will euro you in tho saMio w.iy aa lluiy hivo cured thous.itul.s of (ilhiH-a. +^'��""""""�1 Mra. O. Warren, ICidi-Sr T SEVERE 5- "^"f Sis', all dialers or mailed direct on rocoipt ol prica by Tliu T. Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto, 0;it. Whea ordering Hpecify "Doau's." WANTED IJy woninn of Gerinnn nationality, position as general servant in hotel or private house. Bertha Ilosscrt, Stirling, Alta. ^ 287-6 WANTED A young ninn accuslomod lo sheep. Apply 10 Argylfi Ave. 287-3 _MONEY TO LOAN on improved farms. No delay. H. Mncbelli Agency, Po.stofRce Block. 283-0 WANTED Good general servant. Apply lo Mrs.'v. W. McGnire, 529 Round St. 285-6 WANTED Minors wonted ot Woodpecker mines. Apply Thoinns Irvine, Minolta Altn. 285-0 SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING RCQ UUATIONS tM TO LET Active roomed house, JjilS per month. Apply to 53 Argyle Ave. 287-0 FOR RENT A furnished eott.ige almost new, centrally located. R. V. Gibbon-s. Otl Block. 288-0 FOR SALE South African veteran scrip, cheap R. V. Gibbon.s, Oil Block. 288-0 TO RENT Furnished cottage in good loculily. Hath, furnace, term.s moderate. Apply Box Y., Herald. 288-0 POSITION WANTED Man and wire want poailijn '.n fann for winter nicnlhs or longer. Wife good cook, man capable of tok-inp ciuirge of farm. Twenty years experience in Conada. Applv hy letter to M. M. Mackenzie, Taber Postofflce, Alia. 33-6 WANTED Girl for hotel work. Apply lo Arlington Hotel. 281-0 BOARd"^ WANTED Room and boTird wanted in private house, with no other boarders. Bath room and other conveniences desired. Apply Box J., Herald office. 289-3 FOR SALE A five room cottage, acre lot, fruit trees and small fruits, faces on two streets. Apply W. H. Robson, 631 Crabb SI. 286-6 TO RENT Slinck in North Ward, close in. Apply Box D., Herald ofllce. 286-0 Goal miuiug righu ol tbe DominioB in ManilobA, SaBkatohewvn, Albeit*, the Yukon Territory, the North-We�l Territories and Brittab Oolumoia, mai be iMRdd (or a term ot twent)r>on� yearn at an annual rental ol tl an acre. Not more than 3,660 aorea will be leaaed to one applicant. ' Application tor a leaae muii made to the Agent or Bub-Agent ol the district in which the righti applied (or are lituated. In surveyed territory tbe Ian-* muBt be described by aectiona, or 1� gal - HtfBdiviaiob? >l  sectiona, and Vr> unaurveyed territory the tract appi^ od tor ahall be staked out. Each application mntit be accompanied by a (CO ot |5, which will b* reiunded If the rights api^ied lor are Dot available but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output oi the mine at tbe "ate ol five cents per ton. Every l�J*8ee ot coal mining right* which are not being operated shall furnish the district Agent ot Dominion Lands with a aworn stattsment to tiiat cflect at least oace in each ;oar. The lease will kncluio tbe coal mining rights only, but the leaee ma; b^ permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may be considered necessary for the working ol the nilne at the rate ot 910 an acre. For full information a.pplication ehould be made 10 the Secretary ol Ihe Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or any Agent or Bub-Agent ol Dominion Lands. W. W. CORY. Deputy Minister of tho Interior n.b.-Unauthorized publication ot one of his eulogistic, and hapi'y moods made a fitting speech, appropriate to tho olahorRte and si.ster, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Pie-11�>'' occasion. After man. Mr. Pieman in conversation with'f�"�t. intoresting programme, con-the Herald correspondent yesterday, j si�t">B ^'o;.'-C Don't forget to see the amateur sketch, "Fun in aBarber Shop," Friday night at the Eureka. MAGRATH KEEPS IWIOVING AHEAD To Mrs. Carl Pmilsen, a girl, November 7th. To Mrs. Clarence McBride, . .ovem-ber '2nd, a boy. FOR SALE Large Stewart heater, at a bargain; also several rockers, dining room chairs ind rugs. 030 Crabb St. 288-2 FOR SALE Large heater for .store or hall. G. A. Stevens, Bijou Hall. 288-2 JOHN BARTHOLOMEW Lethbridge PIANOFORTE TUNING, ETC. Organs and Pianofortes repaired, polished, etc. Good work guaranteed. WRITF, HERALD OFFICE. FOR SALE One liorse, 6 year.s old. Apply to Mgr., Hudson's Bay Co. 286-6 TO RENT Front room and use of sitting room to ono or two respccliblo young men. Apply 811 Redpath St. (Opposite Dr. Mewburn's.) 286-6 ROOMS TO RENT Rooms to rent, suitable for men of quiet habits. Apply to Mrs. Robt. Adam, Fisher St. 285-6 TO LET Eight roomed new cottage on corner of Bartlett and Courtland Sta. Hot and cold water, furnace and all modern conveniences. Ready Dec. 15. Apply E. U. Rylanda. 287-6 Friday night is amateur night at the Eureka. Hazel Salmon, singing, dancing and character Impersonations at the Lyceum. COLEMAN NOTES 1'. Plant lias moved his family to the house ni'.\L lo the h^iglish Church on Third Street. .Mr. Plant has leased' the K:iglu I{estauiant and Boarding house to A. llouchier of I'inchcr Creek. Mr. Houchier .irrived in town last week anil (ooli possession on tlie 15th. H. 1{ .Buchanan has boon absent for tho past few days attencling the court sessions at -Macleod. Miss Margaret Macpherson Fraser, A. T. 0. M. First Class, Honor G,r;;duate of Dr. Kdward Fisher, Musical Director of the Toronto Conservatory of Mfisic. TEACHER OF PIANO AND THEORY SPECIALTY PIANO.-Pupils in all grades prepared for the Toronto Conservatory examinations, will receive a tjiorougli and artistic musical education, preparing them fully for the teaching profession, for the concert, church and platform work, as well as for the drawing room and the social circle! Personal cousull.ilion in Studio, at tlie residence of Mrs. Wm. Hutton, 814 Courtland St., Lethbridge, Alta. LOST A new grey Russian Lamb cap, �jetv.'een A. Macdonald & Co.'s and E J Hill'.s. Reward. Leave at Her-.i)i� the Dominion Lands ^'get^cy or Sab Apeiicy for the district. 'Entry Dy proxy may be made at any agency on certain conditions, by father mother, son, daughter, brother or ni* * ler of intending homesteader. Duties.-Six months' residence upon .:nd cultivation of the land in each of three years. A homoateader may live within nine miles of his homv Htead on a farm df at Icadt 80 aotts 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 � quarter-section alongside his homestead. Price $3.00 per acre. Duties. Must reside six months in each of six years from date of homestead entry (including the time required to arn homestead patent) and cultivate lifty acres extra A homtst'jader who has exhausted his homestead right and cannot ob-lain a pre-emption may take a purchased homestead in certain dietriota. Price $3.00 per acre. Duties.-Must rtdid� six months in each 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 ol this advertisement will not be paid for. MEi Moving (Pictures. ?yi Advanced ' Tho StrenuoiiB Veteran War Story Her Rival's Necklaco Father la Late, Go Fetch Him Bankers and Pickpockets IllustrMed Song - HYACINTH HAMPTON Prices lOc and ISc Continuous Performance Starting at 7.30 The Guli^post To Gmi Clollics- Look for this label -the distinguishing sign of 'Trogress Brand'' Suits ^nct Overcoats Sold and Guaranteed by McKELVIE