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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 23, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LBTHBRIDQE, ALBERTA, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1908. PAGE III.:. I I Always Leaders Hand tailored garments, ready to try on, yet so constructed that alterations can be made quickly and accurately, were originated withFit-Reform. The system of training tailors to become perfect in making an individual part of a garment, was introduced into Canada by Fit-Reform. Styles which easily supplant the efforts of the best custom tailors are created by Fit-Reform. The protection to purchasers of guaranteeing satisfaction or money back, was original with Fit-Reform. 83 ALBERTA BEATS OTHER PROVINCES Color, Flavor, Fragrance are the strong points of McKELVIE & McGUIRE Sole Agents for Lethbridce. BASEBALL IN THE ORIENT A Few Luminaries of the Diamond, and Their Wives, to Take in Japan and the Philippines I>c;ir;i tlVat tlio wedkling trip of Tyrus Cobb and hla bride to Japan i.s to becoiui' a reality. According to unuduuceiuent nil iwrangenieulii hnve lieen completed for the taking of a liiiseball t(Miin by Manager Milojiuhue iiud Ty. Cobb are some of the luminaries who will go to make up the personnel of the Orient invading combination. Ten gamei arc said to hnve been booked witli clubs in I'okio, Yokahama, Kobe and Waseda. WHITE DEER AND BLACK FOX Two Very Rare Animals Kilted by Picton Hunters Edmonton, Nov. '2'2.-Wliilu a ctim-ploto estiiimle of tile output of this year's crop for tlie province i.s not yet available the Depnrtmeiit of Agriculture has complied the rollowlng partial estimate based on reports of the crop con'ospoiidonts through the province after throshinj.f operations hud been under way and on u.s much Intormixtion uh couUi l)u secured from tlio threshers themselves. The estimate will servo to show in some degree what tpiantity of grain has boon harvested this your and what the railways will be called upon to move in the course of the next few months. It is worthy of note that the average yield per acre in Alberta exceeds that of either Manitoba or Saskatche wan. It would appear that the acreage devoted to spring wheat was not tiulto so larfjc us the estimate made In June, nor is the yield proving ((ulto as high as was intimated early in .July. It is estimated there were lol,'t87 acres of spring wheat ftiid that the yield will bo S.a-l-l.OOO bushels, or an average of 18.41 bushels per acre. Best Crop on Record The present estimate shows that tlio acreage of winter wheat harvested is nearly 10,000 acren over the .inly estimate, that is 104,330 acres, giving a yield of 2,397,Go8 bushels, or an averiige yield of 122.98 bushels per acre, but the general average of the province is greatly reduced by other districts not showing such high averages. Individual yields of winter wheat show thnt where the land was proper ly cultivated probably the highest yields over obtained in the province were obtained this year. Numerous Picton, Nov. 23.-Something nnusu-1 instances show that over 00 Inishels 111 in the animal kingdom lias just b�en killed by Prince Edward hunters iiiui brought home, Tt is a deer pure white in color, save for two black spot.s back of its cans, 'the animal is n fine looking stag and w.'ighs about two hundred jjouiids. It has a inagnificent pair of antlers. Th(! hunters were reticent us to which iiieiii.ber of the cam)) captured thjs very unusual species, but it is understood that Mr. Grant Sprague of Big Island was the lucky shot. The animal was found in the northern part of Hastings or Lennox and .Ad ilington. Another unusual kill made by one of the huntiTs was a black fox, now a very rare animal, whose skin is very valuable. Remember the farewell dance at the Bijou on Wednesday next, Nov. 26th. 90-3 Daily Herald Market Place When you have anythioK to sell or to rent place it in tills column. If you want anytliing use thig column. 25c one Insertion 6 insertions for SI RAM LAL'S P(JRE TEA It's RICH, CLEAR COLOR, frosli FRAGRANCE and DELICIOUS FLAVOR have made it l.ostB of friendfl.^ Aro YOU one yet ? IT IS PURE! Ram Lai's Tea is Sold only in Lethbridge by THE BENTLEY CO. LTD. Everything She Ate SEEMED A BURDEN TO CARRY. HAD STOMACH TROUBLE FOUR YEARS. AN ELOQUENT MAN Winnipeg, N')v 22.-Katlier Drum niond, S.J.D.L., who was identifieeen prop.-rly digonted, yuur body ha.s not. rccnivcd tho benefit it should. Tho exertinns of tho gastrio juico have b ed for Bhttll be staked out. Each application must be accompanied by a fee; of $6, which will b� refunded if the rights applied for are not available but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output of the mine at thb rate of five cents per ton. Every hssee of coal mining right* which are not being operoled shall furnish the district Agent of Dominion Lands with a sworn statement to that efltoct at least once in each year. The lease will )ncluJe the coal mining rights only, but the lesee may be permitted to purchase whatevet available surface rights may be considered necessary for the working ol the mine at the rate of $10 an^cre. For full information application ohould he made to the Secretary ot the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or any Agent or Bub-Agent of EKiminiou Lands. WW. GOBY, Deputy Minister of tho Interior N.B.-Unauthorized publication of A. WANTED By woman of German nationality, position as general servant in hotel or private house. Bertha ]?osscrt, Stirling, Alta. 287-6 WANTED Girl for hotel work, lington Hotel. Apply to Ar-281-0 FOR SALE For the next ten days Mrs. G. Stevens will offer her entire household goods for sale, located at 630 Crabb street. This furniture is all new. Call early and get a bargain. 285-0 this for. advertisement will not be pale* FOR SALE One horse (i years old. Apply to Mgr., Hudson's Bay Co. 286-C RECOUNT IN QU'APPELLE eureka theatre Next Door to Herald Office The Winning Number The Uncle from America Sammy's Idea Tho Disastrous Roller Skjite Always Too Late > An Embnrassing Parcel lUustratod Song.......The Tvmn They Play in Dixie Land Beautifnlly rendered hy.......HYACINTH HAMPTON Prices lOc and I5c Continuous Performance Starting at 7.30 Spring Wheat Winter wheat Oats ..... Barley .. PIbx ..... 1.-. 1,187 2,SM,598 18.11 J. T. Brown, Who Was Defeated by SB Votes, Makes Application Mousomii), Nov. 22.-There will be recount of the ballots (-ast at the recent Dominion election for Qu'Ap-pelle constituency, in which the total ficures give II. S. Laki', Cousifrva-tive, a majority of 5.') over J. T. Brown Liberal TO LET I'jglit roomed new cottage on corner of Bartlott and Courtland Sts. Hot and cold water, furnace and all modern conveniences. Ready Dec. If). Apply E. U. Rylands. 287-6 SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTHWEST LAND REGULATIONS 101 ,;$:�) 400,702 7a,98(5 S,0I6 2.;{97,!>88 12,0.-.8,')97 1,1-12,0().'5 02,983 22.98 ,30.09 19.r:i 7.82 Raymond We have just unloaded a carload of i Trunks (&Valises i The shipment includes a wide range in both style and quality A. Large Stock of Robes, Blankets Gloves Mitts The Prices WBI Su� You Have Just Been Received I A. E. EASTON CO. Raymond, Nov. 21.-.\ eonce.rt was given Iflfit evening in tin' Assembly Hall in honor of Albert Powell, who leaves today on a mission. Tho program consisted of a piece from the band, solo by Miss P. Young, glasso-phone solo by Mr. Gillies; reading from David-Copperfield by Mr. Carver and a hunting scone by the band. After the concert a dance was given. .\ number of people from Stirling and Welling were in. Among those from Stirling wore Miss Shafer, Kister and brother. Miss Nilsson. A banquet was given by the band at the Old Chief Cafe Thursday evening. Among those on the siek list are Misses Add and Blanche Collett. Mr. White of Oardston, Mrs. Gould's son, lias been seriously ill with pneumonia. His mother has been there with him but as her sou is now recovering, she will return to Raymond today. Mr. Heppler of Cardstoii, is in town for a lew days. There aro over forty homes cpiar-antined for measles. There aro many children out of school on account of this. Mr. Clias. Holt, of Spring CoukM>, is in town. Mr. Frank Holt, of Tuber, is in town. Mr. Leo Hardy and Mr. McHen-drick from Stirling are in town. Plans are being made to start building the new school building. Taber 'J'aber, Nov. 21.-Tlie concrete foundation for R. D. Shiell's new 2i) x GO foot store, is now finislied, and He building will t' � ru.died to complet'.ii at once. This will be the third removal of Mr. Sliiell since startijig up the "stove industry," in Taber, e-icli time necessitating larger quar lers. O. W. Henienway, a recent arriv > from Portland, Ore., was the victim of an exeitiiii: runaway abou 'j o'clock last eviiiiug. He rt'e ; driving in his buggy oi  iiii|e wo'i of I wn, when a shaft ir.jn on tli pole and was completely dt;-niolislnd. The hoist disaiipeared in tho darkness and has, as yet, not becui apprehended Mrs. Jiiliii HI.>liop and her daughter Zina, paid Taber a friendly visit today. Tiny will return to their homestead this evening. Never, during the history of Taber, it is .said, hav,' the lumber conipan-ies here had so ma v rushing orders for building m.-iteria and fenci? jiosts, a.s during IIk^ last ,six weeks. Loads of such are euiitinnally seen going in all directions to various homesteads thirty and forty miles nyrth of the river. Two yi'urs ago this Northern district was jiraeticnlly unknown, save to cowboys, but today through the wise ami ycnerous dealings of the GoveriittKiit in granting "free" homes t(j the settlers, houses are seen dotted everywhi're. Tlu; hum of industry is in ihe air. I'ortunate is the man who trrasps the |>reseiit op-piutunity and seeiues at lenwt 160 acres of the and niosl prolific soil to iie found anywhere in this goodly laini. The warm Chinook wind has ceased. A cool wave from the northwest has set in. A st(uni appears to' he imminent. The regular Friday night "social hoii" given in the Ctpera house was a grand affair. SERVIANS DEFEATED Paris, Nov. 'i2~A despatch fr