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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 24, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LKTHBRIDQE, ALBERTA, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1908. PAGE THREE The man, who thinks he .can't afford to be well dressed, certainly ought to find outtiie prices for "Progress Brai Gothing Sold and Guaranteed by McKELVIE (St. McGUIRE NEW CHURCH AT WARNER Lutheran Church Will Be Dedicated On Sunday Next Bowville Howvillt;, Nov. 2;t.-i\lr. W. .). IT^lm iimr wn.s In i,01 hlxridgo this week to meet )iis (laughter whom ho o.xpcctH to reside with liim this winter. Ho i.s ncconipiinied by Afrs. .1. IJ. r-.ulfi evo at Uow-villo hall. lOverybody invited. I^it. A. Williams, Aliss Ilibn.v Peterson anil Mr. were nppointed to look after tho entertainment. .Mm Bell, of Madock N.l,)., is visiting his brother-in-law, Aruiel Williams. Mr. Hell has loTi l.irallng on a homestead. j\liss Jlarjory Tho n. ton a al" 'nh. Ottot were Ix-thbri ^ isitors frtmi "J'l.osday until ]''ri('.vv last wieK. ?Jrs. C'urry's fat'.; ;r, fron is \isiting with .Mr. and Mrs. lluiry Ifj expects to li.y l:iii(l If \\.^ I'.nds some that suit.** I.iiii. iMiko Gavnn nnri Martin Sandeis hcvc returned i.o H)W'.Ile !'iM llili, where thL- lia.r- bueii (iv.i'.i:v-; wells. Afartin Sanders will mako his home ai. ^Vterson's ;n.l ,i(le'id fc'io^d. �Tohn Clark hi.; had .\ larije addition adp and ha", also had Uin (; desired. This year the number of germinators has been increased and larger acconuno-dation secured so that the work may be done as quickly as required. Ovying to peculiar crop conditions last year tlu' greater part of 'he work was tiie testing of the vitality of grain. An equally important feature of ttie work done at Calgary is tlie testing of grains, grasses, clovers and other seeds for purity from weed seeds. \Vhil(! it is po.^siblc for anyone to make a germination test for himself, the i)urity test requires a technical knowliidge of seeds that many farmers may net have. Both tliose tests are made free of charge to any farmer, gardener, or seed merchant wlio sends n .sample to "Seed Laboratory, Dominion Department of .Agrieulturo, Calglury." The sender should mark liis sample "Purity" or "Germination," or both, according to what te^st is wanted. "It is not necessary-io send any letter so long as this mark and the sender's mime and addre.'-s are niark-0(1 plainly on Mu' package. Color, Flavor, Fragrance aro tho strong points of ..KEEP FLEET ON PACIFIC .Akron, ('�., Nov. 23.-Congressman Kiehmond I'. Hobson who was here today has sent a letter to President Roosevelt demanding that he rescind liis order recalling the U. S. fleet from the J'acific. .In his letter hi' ses President Uoosevelt for his interference in the Japanese troubles in California. Conditions that have iio counter part on the Atlantic exist, Hobson .says, and it would he a national and international calamity to withdraw the fleet. LEAP YEAR BALL AND FARE- WELL DANCE The management of the Bijou w/il ^ive their farewell dance in the old Bijou^Theatre on Wednesday Novem-ber 25th. Come and danco for the last time on the best floor in town. Dancing commences at 9 o'clock. Tickets $1.00. Refreshments as usual. Remember this is the farewell dance. 91-3 Tlie new church at Warner, Al-bi^'rta, Canada, known a.s the First Evangelical Church, will be dedicated to the worship of the Triune God Nov. 2!)th, 1003, Rev. L. H. Wagner, of IJerlin, Ont., ofllcialing, assisted by other ministers. Services will commence on the Thursday evening previous, and will be as follows;- Preacliiiig Thursday, Friews, the prayer room is seated with chairs, and can be divided into class rooms for Sunday school purposes. The building is being heated with a modern lur-nace. Tin- total cost will be about .$4,000. Aside from the help received from the Cliurch Kxtension Society, there will remain about $1,.')00 to be cared for on the day of dedication, to which we invite everybody to be a heorty participant. There is a Sunday school, which meet.s every Sunday morning at 10 o'clock, of about 50 scholars, under tho leadershi)) of George Burrows. .\ Young People's Society meets Sunday evenings at 7 o'clock, Mr. A. I). Sharj) leader. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening, with Mr. George B. Snap]) as the acceptable leader. Preaching service is held every Sunday morning and evening. There is a pr(!sent membershii) of about �45 members. The church has a bright prospect before it. We invite all withm reach of the little village to atteiiec�nie vorynni'li frigliti'ned, and got uio a botllo of Dr. W.iod's Norway Pine .Syrnp and it gave nii: ahnost instant ri'lief. 1 cm recommend it to anyone having the least kind of a cold." WANT ADS WANTED. Position wanted as general blacksmith. .\i)i>ly to Jacob Heinserliiig, Gen. Delivery, Lethbridge. 21)2-2 WANTED By woman of German nationality, position as general servant jn hotel or private house. Bertha Bosscrt, Stirling, Alta. 287-6 ing tile inside of his house and hnihl-iiig some out houses. Mr. Carl Tu gen has done '.he carpenter work f. ' him. That's .'.'/ht, Petrr, it nieu.-^ farming in per nanent shape. There are '-�Oicral iicw buildi:e.i going up around Barrhill. Mr. William T?yan and Char; y Goode came home fioni harvest uod threshing last week. Miss Georgia .Silsbe and Mis- R jsy Weniieslaiid visited Miss Ju'i i \V:ii-tori last Sund"y e\..-iiig. It is gi'tting 'ively around her^ .Ml the hachv'.ors an- return \\j to their shacks, oiu' by .in � PROFESSOR ARMAND'S The City of Yesterda) Or the San Francisco Earthquake CHAS.T. BELL Wlio Sings, Tall(s and Dances HAZEL SAMON Tlie Clever Little Soubrette MOVING PICTURES :-: All Feature Pictures One Hotir and a Half of Refined Entertainment JOHN BARTHOLOMEW Lethbridge PIANOFORTE TUNING, ETC. Organs and Pianofortes repaired, polished, etc. Good work guaranteed WRITE HERALD OFFICE. FOR SALE Gent's bicycle and lamp, both good is now. Will soli cheap for cash. .\pply J. L. Davis near Electric light plant. ' 291-2 LOST .\ brilliant maltese cross broQch, on Saturday. Reward offen.-d. Mrs. Ni'ale, corner Ford and Burdett Sts. 291-2 FOR SALE. Range, nearly new. Apply g19 Crabb St. o;)2-g STRAYED. On my iiremises, 81.; miles south-i'lst of Lethbridge, near A. R. and 1. Railway track, one red cow, indistinct brand; owner proving i)roi)orty and paying charges can take same. L. B. Losey, Lethbridge I'.O. 2!)2-t WANTED WAN'TI'M)-Day work, washing or eh'iiniiig, by respectable English woman. Mo.'^ 128,'J Post Onice, City.92-G WANTED .\ barbiT, /^ood location. Apply Box X., Herald Ollice >i)-G WANTED To contract for the drilling or digging of one or two wells. Bellevuo Farms Co., Ltd., Lethbridge. 91-3 WANTED Good steady teamster wants work. Apply 1235 Bompas street. 291-2 WORK WANTED Good steady man would work on ranch for winter. Small wages. 1235 iSompas St. 291-2 WANTED Reliable man and wife for ranch. Address H. W., c-o Herald. 91-3 WANTED Girl for hotel work. Apply to Arlington Hotel. 281-0 FOR SALE Lots 10 and 11, Block 33. Apply to .Mrs. J. L. Stovall. 291-3 TO RENT Shack in Nortli Ward, close in. Ap-I)ly Bo.\ D., Herald offlcc. 285-0 FOR SALE A large grand piano for sale, suitable for church or concert hall. Enquire of G. A. Stevens. Also 250 chairs. 285-0 FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE .\bout six acres of land 4 miles from the city, with buildings. Will sell or i'.xchange for city lots or acreage, or Irado in part payment for house and lot. Apply W.L.Wilson, 50 Argyle Ave., city. Phono 189. 91-6 LOST \ light bay mare, white strip down f.icc, branded on right thigh reversed L inverted Y. Reward of $6 for information leading to recovery. Archie Stewart, Rocky Coulee P.O., AHa. 292-8 FOR SALE For the next ton days Mrs. G. A. Stevens will offer her entire household goods for sale, located at 630 Crabb street. This furniture is all now. Call early and get a bargain. 285-0 SYNOPSIS OF COAL Ml NINO REQ UUATI0N8 Ooal mining rights of tUe Oominlon in Manitoba, Saslcatchewsn, Alberia, the Yulcon Territory, i9ee of coal mining rights which are not being operated shall furnish the district Agent of Dominion Lands with a sworn statement to that effect at least once in each year. The lease will inclule the coal mining rights only, but the lesee may be permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may be considered necfcttsary for the working o! the mine at the rate of $10 an acre. For full information application should be made to the Secretary oi the Department of the Interitjr, Ottawa, or any Agent or Sub-Agent ol DtiminioD Lands. W. W. CORY, Deputy Minister of the Interior N.B.-Dnauthorized publication oi this advertisement will not be pair* tor. SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH-WEST LAND REGULATIONS Barrhill 'Barrhill, .\lta., Nov. 23.-Tho Barrhill Debuting Society had their first meeting at Barrhill P.O. It was well ottended by young and old. The literary program was good and the debaters did well on both sides but the judges decided that a man goes further in love of gold than a woman. The next mooting will bo at Mr.-Bi-nningfield's. Barrhill P. O. must bo a very popular place judged by tho many visitors there were, young and old, on Sunday. Mr. T. O. Burrock came back to his homestead last week. T. O. is always on time. He has been absent 0 little over four months. Peter Damm-n luis been busy lix- Miss Margaret Macpherson Fraser, A. T. C. M. First Class, Honor Graduate of Dr. Edward Fisher, Muaicat Director of the Toronto Conservatory of Music. TEACHER OF PIANO AND THEORY SPECIALTY PIANO.-Pupils in all gradoa prepared for the Toronto Conservatory examinations, will receive a thorough and artistic musical education, preparing thorn fully "for the teaching profession, for the concott, church and platform work, as well as for the drawing room and the social circle. Personal consultation in Studio, at the resideneo of -Mrs. Wm. Hutton, 814 Courtland St., Lethbridge, Alta. Canada Western Chartered Corporation Ltd. Capital $500,000 Financial Agents. Fiscal Agents Brokers. for Royal Collieries Ltd All Standard Stocks Handled HEAD OFFICE-VICTORIA, B. C. Breka CMe Next Door to Herald Office The Disastroua Roller Skate Always Too Late An Embarassing Parcel The W'-ming Number The Uncle from America Sammy's Idea Illustrated Sbn^.......The Tune They Play in Dixie Land BeatUifuUy rendered by.......HYACINTH HAMPTON Prices lOc and I5c Continuous Performance Starting at 7.30 Capital. Rest and Undivided FroKIs Exceed $5,000,000 Farmers' Savings AccomHls pl^y an important part in the business of this Bank, and every Depositor is given prompt, courteous attention, whether his account be large or small. The highest current rate of Interest is paid 4 times a year, and money may be withdrawn at any time. There is no trouble or formality about opening an account with the Union Bank. Simply deposit jfi.oo or upward and get your pass-book. Joip.t AccOUniS may be opened in the names of two persons, and either cau do the banking. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH: J. R. Anderson, Manaaer. CIVIC NOTICE Notice is herehy given that the following sections of No. 4, relating to Hi'alth will he rigidly eii-foreiMi. 4 SECTION 68a .Vny building heretofore or hero-after erected within the City situated upon property fronting or abutting on any street or lane in which both .1 .^ewer and water main exists shall he connected with tho sewer- and water main and the necessary piping and fi.vtures including water closet and basin shall ba placed in such building so that the collar drains ind privie may bo properly drained into said sewer. SUB-SECTION 3 OF SECTION 84 .\ny person who shall keep poultry, tihall maintain tho house, buihl-iug or pens in which the same shall be kejit ill such clean state that the neighbors or passengers may not bo incommoded by thi! stench thcrofroni and such poultry must bo kept confined on the promises of tlio owner llioreof. BY-LAW NO. IS, PENALTIES, SECTION 2 .Any person driving any wagon, carriage, sleigh, or vehicle of any deserijilion (jr riding any bicycle or riding or driving any horse or other anima across any ditcli^, other than at regular crossings provided for the purpose, or along or across any bou-livards or space lying between the line of any ditch and tho sidewalk or outer line of the street, shall bo guilty of a breach of this By-Law and be liable on conviction for each such offence to a penalty in the discretion of till! convicting Justice of not less than Ten Dollars and not oxeeodiiig Twenty-five Dollars. TENANTS WANTED To bn;ak and crop several sections on shares. Will pay cash for breaking sod. Bellevuo F.irms Co., Ltd., Lethbridge. 291-3 TO LET Eight roomed now cottage on corner of. Barllelt and Courtland Sts. Hot and cold water, furnace and all modern conveniences. Ready Dec. 15. Apply E. U. Rylands. 287-6 A SNAP In North Ward, three roomed cottage, all painted, built on two lots, all fenced. Price for quick sale, only $4,')0. Apply fi. T. McGregor, office Postoffice li'ock, or write Box 387, Lethbridge, Alta. ' 287-6 TO LET A five roomed house, $15 per month. Apply to 53 Argyle Ave. 287-0 FOR SALE South .Vfrican veteran scrip, cheap R. V. Gibbons, Otl Block. 288-0 TO RENT Furnished cottage in good locality. Bath, furnace, terms moderate. Apply Box Y., Herald. 288-0 HORSES FOR SALE One good team 5 and 8 years old, weight 2800, can bo seen at H. Byors' place, east of the old McKnight dairy, North Ward first house, east of Chamber Bros.'s dairy. 383-G Any person who is the sole head > t a family, or any male over 18 year� � Id, may homestead a quarter-section or available Dominion land in Maui toba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. The applicant must appear in person nt the Dominion Lands Agency or Sub*'^ Ajjoncy for the district. Entry Dy proxy may be made at any agenoy Oil certain conditions, by father mother, son, daughter, brother or nis tor of intending homesteader. Duties.-Six months' residence upon .:iul cultivation of the land in each of three years. A homesteader may live within nine miles of his hom^-steud on a farm oi at least 80 acc'^s 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 a quarter-section alongside his home, stead. Price $3.00 per, acre. Duties. -Must reside six months in each of six years from date oi homeatead entry (including the time required to earn homestead patent) and cultivate litty acres extra A homesteader who has exhausted his liome�tead right and cannot obtain a pre-emption may take a purchased homestead in certain districts. Price $3.00 per acre. Duties.-Must reside six months in each of three years, cultivate fifty acres and erect a house v/orth $300.00. W. W. CORY. Deputy of the Minister oi the Interior. N.B.-Unauthorized publication ol this advertisement will not be paid for. LOST OR STOLEN A bull dog, white on forehead, white toes. If stolen kindly return and save trouble. Apply at the Herald Olliee. 2t)i-3 LOST A now groy Russian Lamb cap, between A. Macdonald & Co.'s and lO. J. Hill'..*. Reward. Leave at Herald Oflico. 283-0 FOR SALE Ono baby carriage nearly now. For particulars apply to Wm. Taylor 1231, Bompas street, east of Police Barracks. 290-G  Coal, Ice and PRAYING Western Transfer Co. LONG BROS.Proprietors Oihce opposite Balmoral PH ONE ea EsTAiHdsnuo 18(14  Merchants Bank of Canada HEAD OFFICE, MONTREAL Paid-up CapiUil...........................$(j.000,000 Rt'serve and Undivided Profits.............. 4-,207,400 Accounts of Merchants, Farmers and Ranchers Solicited Drafts , Money Orders Letters of Credit Savings Bank Department Lethbridge Branch: Coaldale Block, Redpath St.  * Merchants & Contractors We have the teams and we're here to do the business Draiing & Contract Work of all kinds promptly attended to You will do well to net onr prices before placing your orders elsewhere Hayr Transfer Co. H. Hayr and W. G. Hole, Props. PHONE 180 ;