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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 24, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta UfTHMIDOC, ALfttftTA, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, IMt. The man, who thinks he can't afford to be well X dressed, certainly ought to find out the prices for Sold and Guaranteed by McKELVIE, m McGUIRE. Utberu Cbrcli Defeated Oi Not WiH Be Color, Flavor, Fragrance 2.ro the strong points of Bowviile Bowville. Nov. W. J. Hum mer was in this.week. meet his daughter wtiora he expects to reside with him this winter. He is accompanied by Mrs. J. Br.Lukcns and Mr. Joe Williams. A good section of lund for sale, two miles from the post office. For further information sou B. White, the stage driver. Sunday School was held last Sun- day. It was decided to hold a. Christ mas tree cm Christmas eve at Bow- .villo bull. Everybody invited. A. Williams, Miss Ililma "and Mr.-Moss were appointed 10 look after the entertainment. Jim Bell, of Madock N.p., is visit- ing his brother-iu-law, Aruiul VVii- liams. Mr. Bell has tevi locating on. a homestead. Miss Marjory Th'Oai. eoii "-its Ottot were Lethhi'i "ij-j visitors fron Tv.esday until Fritlav last wxeK. "Mrs. Curry's frnm is visiting with Air." nn-1 Mrs. Curry Hj expects to Ky some that suits 1. in i. Mike Gavan' and_. Martin returned lo U-nv.lle from HHI, where foo-m wc-Hs. Martin Sanders will make his lionu- ac Teterson's :ia.l attytiil school. John Clark his lui'tje a-Ni- tion added, to sh >p ha.'! itlso had Uie It is now. all >.e' TJif mera Ivave also been heard ringing on Sirs. Peterson's new I mm. SEED TESTING STATION AT CALGARY The Seed Testing Station estab- lished at Calgary, by the Dominion Department of Agriculture is begin- ning its third session's work. It iias been a very popular institution, so much so that coring the season of '07-08 nearly samples of seed were received to be tested: This was a much greater number -than had boen anticipated and ly the capacity of the laboratory was not sufficient to handle the work as promptly Ss might bs desired. This year the number of germinators has been increased and larger accommo- dation secured so that the work may be done as quickly as required. Chying to peculiar crop conditions last ye-ar the greater part of work was the testing of the vitality of grain. An pqually important fea- ture of the work done at 'Calgary is the testing of grains, _grasses, clov- ers and other seeds for purity from weed seeds. While it is passible for anyone to make a germination test for himself, the purity test require? a technical knowledge of seeds that many farmers may net have. Both these tests are made free' of charge to any farmer, gardener, or seed merchant who sends a sample ;o "Seed Laboratory, Dominion De- partment .of Agriculture, Calvary." The sender should mark his "Purity" or or both, according to what test is wanted. "It is not send any let- ter so long as' this mark arid the sender's name and address are mark- ed plainly on lie package. The new church at Warner, Al- berta, Canada; known as the First Evangelical Church, will be dedicat- ed to the worship of the Triune God Nov. 29th. 1903, Rev. L, H. Wagner, of Berlin, Out, officiating, assisted by other ministers. Services will commence on the Thursday evening previous, and will be as Preaching Thursday, Friday, Satur- day and Sunday evenings at 7.30; Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock, quar- terly conference and business meet- ing; Sunday morning, Suu'uay school at 9.30, preaching at 10.30 and 2 p.m. A. very cordial invitation is extended to everyone to attend. A brief history of the church might be of interest. The pastor, Rev. M. J. Connor, entered the little town of Warner early in the spring of 1907. In this town a few families were then residing. Finding some who left their old church homes and church influence, and were very anxious that religious services should be taken up in ihc new village, ser- vice was held in the new store build- ing then in course of "construction owned by Mr. James Thompson. This service gave sufficient encouragement GUARANTEED Aisocuiav Punt sMuJUfACTUttDOHT GARDUS IN INOIL Daily Herald Market Place ymi htvc uytUif to sell of te rest it is this if yott wait tkii 25c MK 4 iueritou S! RAM LAL'S PURF TEA It's RICH, CLEAR COLOR, fresh FRAGRANCE and DELICIOUS FLAVOR have made it hosts of frieuds. Are YOU one yet IT IS PURE! Ram Lai's Tea is Sold only in Lethbridge by THE BENTLEY CO. LTD. to warrant the Sunday school. organization of a On Oct. I7th, 1907, OCEEP FLEET ON PACIFIC Akron, 0., 'Nov. Richmond P. Hobson who was here today has sent a letter to President Roosevelt demanding that he rescind his. order recalling the TJ. S.x fleet from the Pacific... In his letter lie SCOKS President Roosevelt for his interference ia the Japanese trou- bles in California. that have no counter part on the Atlan- tic exist, Hobson says, and it, would be a national and international ca- lamitv to withdraw the fleet.- the pastor, with his lamily, located permanently at aiKi took up the work.. The 0. W. Kerr Co. a very liberal offer, giving a site-for the church, also pledging in cash towards the enterprise. They have made an additional pledge o{ toward the furnishings of the build- ings. 'This was sufficient encourage- ment to warrant the undertaking. A subscription was circulated among the people of vicinity that met with encouragement; also an appeal was made to ihe w-Uo Ave re property holders that met with some Kberpl responses. day of January, 1908, On the first the ground "Its Only a Cold, A Trifling Cough." have said, this when they caught cold. Thousands have neglected to tbe cold. Thousands have filled a Consumptive grave through neglect. Never neglect a cough or cold. It can have b it one reeult. It leaves the throat or lungs, or both, affected. Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup tbe medicine you used, "it strikes at the very foundation of all throat or lung complaints, relieving or curing Coughs, Asth- mi, Croup, Soi'o Throat, and preventing Pneumonia and Consumption. It has stood the test for many years, ami is now more generally used than ever. It c-O'i', tins all th! lung healing virtues of the pino tree combined with Wild Cherry Bark ami other pectoral remedies. It stimulates the weakened bronchial organs, irri- tation and subdues infianmiuion, soothes heals the- irritated parts, loosens the phlegm and mucous, anJ aids natitcQ. to easily dislodge the morbid accumulations. Don't be humbuggfl'l into 'ac-'jeptinj' an I'iritation of Dr. Wood's Norway Pino Syrup. Ifc is put up in n. yc-lloiv wrapper, three pine trees the trade iturU, and price cents. Mrs. J. Brewster, Orafton, N.S., win tors ,'flgo I suffered se- verely with a very bad culd and asthma. "I was so bad I could not get my breath, aid very often thought I would choke. My husbaiid became very much frightened, j and got me a bottle of Dr. Wood's Norway j Pine Syrup and It gave me almost instant WANT ADS WANTED. .Position wanted as general black- smith. Apply to Jacob Heinserling, Oen. Delivery, Lethbridge. 292-2 was broken for the new structure. The building is of the following di- mensions auditorium, 28x24 prayer room, 18x28; pulpit recess and choir platform, 10x20. This can) relief. I'c.in recommend it to anyone LEAP YEAR BALL AND FARE- WELL DANCE The management of the Bijou will their farewell dance in the old on Wednesday Novem- ber 25th. Come and dance for the last time on the best floor in town. Dancing commences at 9 o'clock. Tickets Refreshments as, us- ual. Remember this is the farewell dance. 9 Iio Per- fonMflcts Daily: 7.45 ni P.H. THEATRE T Q N I G H T 36 thrown into one room by the use of folding doors. The auditorium is seated with circle pews, the prayer room is seated with chairs, and can be divided into class rooms for Sun- day school purposes. The building is being heated with a modern iur- nace. The "total cost will be about Aside from the help receiv- ed from the .ClTurch Extension So- ciety, there will remain about to be cared for on the day of dedica- tion, to which we invite everybody to be a hearty participant. There is a Sunday school, which meets every Sunday morning at 10 o'clock, of about 50-scholars, under the of George. Burrows. having the least kind of a cold." WANTED By woman of German nationality, position as general servant ia hotel or private Bertha Bossert, Stirling, Alta. 287-6 FOR SALE Gent's bicycle and lamp, both good as new. Will soil cheap for cash. Apply J. L. Davis near Electric light plant, 291-2 LOST A brilliant maltese cross broqch, on Saturday. Reward offered. Mrs. Neale, corner Ford and Burdett Ste. 291-2 WANTED work, washing or cleaning, by respectable English wo- man. Box 1283 Post Office, City.92-G A barber, X., Herald Office vVANTED od location. Apply Box WANTED To contract for the drilling or dig- ging of one or two wells. Be'ievue 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 iiompas 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 Ar- lington Hotel. 281-0 FOR SALE Lots 10 and 11, Block 33. Apply to Mrs. J. L. Stovall. 291-3 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 hall. En- quire of G. A. Stevens. Also 250 chairs. 285-0 SYNOPSIS OF COAL MIMIMQ Ri3 U LAUGHS Coal mining rifbU ot the Dominion Manitoba, Alberta, he Yukon Territory, tiw North-Weai erriiorieo and Britiab HUJ be for a term of ears at an annual rental of 91 an ere. Not more than 3J40 will je leaved to applicant. Applicatien for a must be made to tbe Agent or oJ he district ia which the rights ap- >lied tot are situated. In uurveyed territory lha IAD'' muat be described by or U Bubdivisioui of aod in uneurveyed territory the tract appli d for a hall be staked out. Each application must be aeeom- anied by a fee of 95, which will efuacied if the applied tor not available but not otherwise, i oyalty shall be paid on tbe mer- chantable output of the urine at the ate of five cents per ion. Every of coal mining which are not being operated shall uroish tbe district Agent of Domini- on Lands with a aworn statement to hat effect at least ouce in each year. The lease will iacluie the eoal mining only, but the leaee may >e permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may be coo- idered necessary for the working o! he mine at the rate of an acre. For full information applicatioo hould be made to the Secretary oi he Department of the Interior, Ot- awa, or any Agent or Bub-Agent ol dominion Landi. W. W. GOBY. Deputy Minister of the Interior publication .oi this advertisement will not be lor. FOR SALE. Range, nearly new. Crabb St. Apply 619 ing the inside his house and huild- ing some out houses. Mr. Carl T-u gen has jlone the carpenter work f-. him. That's vfg-ht, Peter, it mea: farming in permanent shape. There are new buildings going up around Barrhill. Mr. William "Syan and Churl y Goode came home from harvest ond threshing last week. Miss Georgia Silsbe and. Mis.--. Rosy Wennesland visited Miss Ju'u Wai- tori last Sund'-y ing. It is getting Mvely around here. All the bachelors are return to STRAYED. On my premises, miles south- east of Lethbridge, near A. R. and I. Railway track, one red cow, indis- tinct brand; proving property and paying charges can take same. L. B. Losey, Lethbridge P.O. 292-4 A Young People's Society meets Sun- their shacks, one art day evenings at 7 o'clock, Mr. A. D. Sharp leader. Prayer meeting Wed- nesday evening, with Mr. George B. Snann as the acceptable leader. Preaching service is held every Sun- day morning and evening. There is a present membership of about 45 members. The church has a bright- vi-ospect before it. invite all within reach of the little village to attend thu ser- vices, and a very warm invitation is held out to those who nre coming among us, and who have left their church homes, to place their mem- bership among us. Remembering the words of the patriarch, who said: "Come then with us, and we will do good." M. J. CONNOR PROFESSOR ARMAND'S The City of Yesterday Or the San Francisco Earthquake JOHN BARTHOLOMEW Lethbridge _ PIANOFORTE TUNING, ETC. Organs and Pianofortes repaired, polished, etc. Good work guaranteed. WRITE HERALD OFFICE. Miss Margaret Macpherson Fraser, A. T. C. M. First Class, Honor Graduate of Dr. LOST A light bay mare, white strip down branded on right thigh reversed L inverted Y. Reward of for in- formation leading'to recovery. Arch- ie Stewart, Rocky Coulee P.O., A'ta. 292-8 FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE About six acres of land 4 miles from the city, with buildings. Will sell or exchange for city lots or acreage, or trade in part payment for house and lot. Apply W.L.Wilson, 50 Argyle Ave., city. Phone 189. 91-6 FOR SALE For the next ten days Mrs. G. A Stevens will offer her entire house hold goods for sale, located at 630 Crabb street. This furniture is al new. Call Dearly and get a bargain 285-0 CIVIC NOTICE Barrhill Edward Fisher, Musical Director of the Toronto Conservatory of Mvsic. TEACHER OF PIANO AND THEORY SPECIALTY Pupils in ail grades prepared for the Toronto Con- iservatory examinations, will receive a thorough and artistic musical edu- cation, preparing them fully "for the teaching profession, for the concect, church and platform work, as well Alta., Nov. Barrhill Debating Society had their first meeting at Barrhill P.O. It was well attended 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 urther in love pf gold than a woman. The next meeting will be at Mr.- as for the drawing room and the so- cial circle. Personal consultation in Studio, at the residence of Mrs. Wm. Hutton, 814 Courtland St., Lethbridge, Alta. CHAS.T. BELL Sop, Talks tacts HAZEL SAMON TW Clror Uttk MOVING PICTURES All Feiture Pictures One Hour and a Half of Refined Entertainment Barrhill P. 0. must be a very pop- ular place judged by the many vis- itors there were, young ?.n-I old, on Sunday. Mr. T. 0. Burrock came back to his homestead last week. T. 0. is always on time. He has been absent a little over four months. Peter has been busy fix- Canada Western Chartered Corporation Ltd. Capital Financial Agents. Fiscal Agents Brokers. for Royal Collieries Ltd All Standard Stocks Handled HEAD B. C. Eureka CDeatre Next Door to Hermui Office The Disastrous Roller Skate Always Too Late An Embarassing Parcel The Waning Kmnber The Uncle from America Sammy's Idea Illustrated Sbng.......The Tune They Play in Dixie Land Beautifully rendered by.......HYACINTH HAMPTON lOc and I3c Ciifrnii ferfmaacc it 7.30 OF CANADA Capital, Rest art divldfil Profits Exact Farmers' Savings Accounts play an im- portant part in the busi- ness of this Bank, and every Depositor is given prompt, courteous attention, whether his account be large or small. The highest rate of Interest is paid 4 times a year, and rnay be withdrawn at aay time. There is no trouble or formality about opening an account with the Union Bank. Simply deposit or upward and get your pass-book. Joint AcCOTfllS may be opened in the names of two persons, and either can do the banking. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH: J. R. Anderson, Manajer. TENANTS "WANTED To break and crop several section on shares. Will pay cash for break lag sod. Bellevue Farms Co., Ltd. Lethbridge. 291- Notice is hereby given that the fol- 4owing sections of By-Law No. lating to Health will be rigidly en- forced. 4 SECTION 68a Any building heretofore or here- after erected within the City situated upon property fronting or abutting on any street or lane in which both sewer and water main exists shall e connected with the wa- er main and the necessary piping nJ fixtures including water closet .ml basin shall ba placed in such building so that the cellar drains ml privifi may be properly drained nto said sewer. SUB-SECTION 3 OF SECTION 84 Any person who shall keep poul- ry, shall maintain the house, build- ng or pens in which the same shall be in such clean state that the neighbors or passengers' may not be ncommoded by the stench therefrom arid such poultry must be kept con- fined on the premises of the owner :hereof. NO. 15, PENALTIES, SECTION 2 Any person driving any wagon, carriage, sloigh, or vehicle "of any description or riding any bicycle or riding or driving any horse or other amma across any ditcfy 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 penalty in the dis- cretion of the convicting Justice of not less than Ten Dollars and not oxcmling Twenty-five Dollars. TO LET Eight roomed new cottage on cor ner of Bartlett and Courtland Sts Hot and cold water, furnace aad a modern 'conveniences. Ready Dec. 15. Apply E. TJ. Rylands. 287-6 A SNAP In North Ward, three roomed cot- tage, all built on two lots, all fenced. Price for quick sale, only Apply E. McGregor, office Postoffice B'ock, or write Box 387, Lethbridge, Alta. 287-6 TO LET A five roomed house, per month. Apply to 53 Argyle Ave. 287-0 FOR SALE South African veteran scrip, cheap R. V. Gibbons, Ott Block. 28S-0 TO RENT Furnished cottage in good "locality. Bath, furnace, terms moderate. Ap- ply Box Y., Herald. 238-0 HORSES FOR. SALE One good team 5 and 8 years old, weight 2300, can be seen at H. Byers place, east of the old SLcKnight SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any person who is the sole head i a family, or any male over 18 yean may homestead a "quarter-section available Dominion land in Mani- toba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. The applicant must appear in person at the Dominion Lauda Agency or Agency for the district. Entry oj proxy may be made at any agency on certain conditions, by father mother, son, daxighter, brother or sii ter of intending homesteader. months' residence upon cultivation of the land in of three years. A homesteader may live within nine miles of his home- stead on a farm of at least 80 solely owned and occupied by him or by his father, mother, son, daughter, brother or In certain districts a homesteader in good standing may pre-empt a quarter-section alongside his stead. Price per. acre. Duties. reside six months in each of six years from date of homestead entry (including the time required to earn homestead patent) and cultivate fifty acres extra A homesteader who has exhausted his homestead right and cannot ob- tain a pre-emption may take a pur- chased homestead in certain districts. Price per acre. reside six months in ejica of three, years., cultivate fifty acres and erect a house worth W. W. CORY, Deputy of the Minister of the Interior. N.B.-Unauthorized publication of this advertisement will not be paid for. dairy.. North Ward first house, of Chamber Bros.'s dairy. LOST OR STOLEN A bull dog, white on forehead, white toes, ft stolen kindly return and save trouble, aid Office. Apply at the Her- 291-3 LOST A new grey Russian Lamb cap, between A. Macdonald Co.'s and E. J. Reward. Leave at Her- aid Office. 2S3-0 FOR SALE One baby carriage nearly new. For particulars apply to Wm. Taylor 1231, Bompas street, cast of Police Bar- racks. 290-61 Coal, Ice and PRAYING; Western Transfer Co. j LCNGBROS.Proprietore Office opposite Balmoral PHONE ea f 1 ESTABLISHED 1864 lerriuits Cntractm We have the teams and we're here to do the i mercnants uann or lianaoa HEAD OFFICE, MONTREAL Paid-up Capital........................ s.. Reserve and Undivided Profits.............. Accounts of Merchants, Farmers and Ranchers Solicited Drafts Money Orders Letters of Credit Savings Bank Department Lethkriidge Branch: Coaldale Block, IMpath St. Drajtq Caitnct tort of all kinds promptly attended to You will do Tell lo Ret our prices before placing yonr orders elsewhere tlayr Transfer Co. H. and W. G. Hote, Props. PHONE ISO ;