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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 26, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LITHMI DOf, HYA. THURSDAY. tOVEMBCf M, THE Woodhall-Oavidson Co. Ltd, SHUT IOTAL AW in the ;MW Bowman Block, Grabb Street Aiid are prepared to give aud careful to all orders and inquiries regarding bM Cjniot, Skai'ct, (jrrieild hit, SWd etc. Gcscril Aferis Pose Ecanay ad Victor Firucct at Contractors are invited to inveatigate our Priest and Stock Phone 142 P.O. Box 627 DRUNKENNIM IN THE ARMY It HM IncrtaiMd Since the CanUan Wat Siyt JF Color, Flavor.'fragrance IT" M.l POLITICS IN MANITOBA Winnipeg, Man., Kov. lib- erals have decided riot to oppose the Hon. Hugh the new Pro- vincial Treasurer, in the Portage scat. The local Government have suffici-. ent men engaged on'the new public buildings aiid public works there to swing an election. They: will make a fight in the Vir- deu seat where Mr. Rattray will be thoir candidate.. SKATING IN ENGLAND London', Nov. is about to enter on a big roller skating boom. The craxe for roller skating has been running through the. provinces like fire, and rinks are appearing in all sorts and sixes ol halls in the smaller cities and towns, as they did in New York a couple of years ago. Iroti ings Iron. Sprlcgs, Nov.. dance was held in Mr. McSabo's Uarn -on Thursday 'evening, those present be- ing: Mr. -mid Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Nolan, Mr. and Mrs. J. Fuller, Sr., Mrs. T. McNabb, Mr. Mrs F. F. Warren, Miss G. Warren, B. Warren, Mr.- and: Mrs. Pearson, Miss J. lloss, Mr. .0. Mr. Chas. Green, Green, Mr. A. Warren, Kiss K. Gibson, Miss' Li. Gibson, Mrs. .W. Noble, Mr. D. Noble, Miss M-Jfo- roTDle, W. Mr. C. S. Hard- ND Don't forget the Auction Sale at on Friday Frank Waddington TFLEPHONE 261 4IO ROUND STREET Nov. George B. Davis, Judge Advocate eral of the Arm v, in his annual report indirectly recommends the re'-estab- of the .canteen. "Tlie operation ol the act oi Febru- ary 2, 1901, prohibiting the sale of beer in any post 'he says, "hus undoubtedly caused the location near military reservations of resorts for the sale of intoxicating and which pander to the appetites aiid passions of those enlisted men, v.'ho, largely by reason of the prohi- bition in question, frequent the same. These resorts" are beyond the con trol of the military authorities and their presence near, the military posts is highly detrimental to military dis- cipline. "Frojn an examination of the evi- dence in general courts-martial trials made by this he continues, "it is evident that a large percentage of the offences, although not chargec as drunkenness, is either directly or indirectly traceable to the use of in- toxicating liquors." Taber Horse Fell On A Raymond Man HAymond, Nov. Dick ?y ,whHe put riding yesterday after noon broke bis leg. His horse iwi into a badger hole and fell vnth Kinsey "under him. i Mr.- Zebulun Skouson has, returnet from his mission to the Western States. He has been .away for abou two years and a .half. Mr. Leslie left for Stirling and Taber wherti he will visit rela- tives a few; days, after which he will return to his home in Monroe, .Utah. Mr. and Mrs. Micklesoii, of Stir- ling were in Raymond Monday. are the CUWAKTCO AKOWTIW Piss sMjUWtttfWWWl CARKMS N IUDU RAM LAL'S PURE TEA It'i RICH, CLEAR COLOR, fresh FRAGRANCE and DELICIOUS FLAVOR have made it hosts of friends. Are YOU one yet? IT IS PURE! LU't Tea is SoU only in Lethkridfe by THE BENTLEY CO. LTD. Tabcr, Nov. night's strumental and vocal concert at Opera House, under the" auspices m- the of tile, Mr. M. Noble; T. Noble, -Miss Ruth _Noble, Blake, Mr. .B. Buckley, air. ing, Miss Gladys T. ;Nolon, Mr. FriW Sick- arUl t-: Sitk of and Mr. II. Ferguson sad Miss N. Ferguson of N.ewlands, and' a good time was en joyed -by all. j Thos. Wright sto- frame iroraWtis brother Hoy's place a distance oi four A return weather .was vcrj; welcome after three, -sr days of cold week and the farm- ers have started plowing, again. Iron Springs, Nov. 3tr. Fritz Sick and Miss, L.; Sick, who -were out to Mr. McNabb returned to tethbridge with Mrs. McNabb. There was a lecture in the school house by. the Rev. .Mr. Reid of bridge- There was a dance ift Mr. R. Green's barn on Friday ovening at which quite a crowd from the sur- rounding district were. ack Spring Valley TOOKCBN06. LIMITED. MONTREAL MAKERS OF SHIRTS, COLLARS, TIES, VESTS IMPORTERS OF the Ladies' of Theo- dore s church, Mr.s. 11. W. Long and Mrs. E.R. .Bobbins as piano ac- companists was without doubt the best musical treat Over witnessed in Taber. The full iprogramiue was as follows: Primrose" The LoOinis Orchestra; vocal solo, "A Dream of Veal; vocal "solo, "Sunshine liss Archer; violin and piano selec- ion, "Mazurka De Mr. and W. A, Aubiu; it is rj-; humorous recitation5.-Mr; Wat- ion; vocal solo, "The Flight of Miss M. F. Long; Instrumental ;olu, Mrs. E. :E; IViekcry; quartette, Messrs. West- Uker Davidson, aiid1 Part II: The chestra: vocal solo, "Chausonde Flor- Archer; recitation, "The Newsboy's Mrs. G. L. Cospor; .'ocal "snip, Miss M. F. Long; violin and piano, "II Trova- Mr. and Mrs.'. W. A. Aubin; vocal Mrs. E. R. vpcal solo, "Love me and the-World is 1 Mr. A. Veal; quartette, "Good Messrs. E. Westlakc, Pierson, Bobbins and Dav- idson.- Grace, coupled with expres- sion and distinct enunciation of Miss Archer, of Lethbridge, made her favorite. >Spccial mention may also be made of Mr. Aubin, Mrs. Vickery Miss Miss Loomis, and Mrs. -R Molsons Bank Established 1855 HEADOffltt HONTKEAL feme Fail: 67 Branches in Canada Agents cor reBpbnden ts in all principal cities and Towns rin .therJJni ted States., SAYING 1AM DfcPAKTMENT starts an account. Interest allowed from date of depo-X sit at highest current rate. A general banking business LOST AND. FOUND my premises, 8% mil es. southeast of Lethbridge-, near A-.R 'I; bne red" cow, 'hidis tinct propertj and payiog charges can take same L. B. Lethbridge 292 bay mare, white strip down face, branded right thigh revers- ed L.inverted.Y. Reward for in formation to recovery. .Arch ie Stewart, Rocky Coulee P.O., A'ta 202-j Oaty HeraU Market Place to tail U rtst aku H 'thh cdam H wut Me f r servant. Apply A, H. McKeown. Westiiiinaier Roud. to Mrs. K. U, Ryhuds. alb SYNOPSIS Of COAL MINING RRQ ULATSOMS i SITUATIONS WANTED by the hour. or housekeeping by the .mouth. i' Cross, Lethbridge P. 0. 23i-.d as general black- aiyith. Apply to Jacob H Gen. Delivery, Lethbridge. Coal niafnf rights of the Douuoioa io the Territory, city lots vqr, acreage, or trade in part payment for house anii lot. Apply W.L.Wilson, 50 Argyle Ave., city. Phone .189. 91-6 t The daiTlce in Ira Burris' new house ras very much enjoyed by Although Benftie Brandvpld had a cry exciting runaway one day last week, he was not seriously hurt. The Hud'ford boys; re expected home from Spokane this veek, where they went .to visit a sis- er they had not seen for many years. As a result a disagreement am ong a large pack of- unlicensed dogs took place upon the sidewalk in front of A. Beck bakery and completely demolished a section of his French plate window. One yellow and four black pigs ar confined in the town pound, having Ixxsn run in recently for .trespass con trary to the town's ordinacne. Iron Springs; Nov. Mrs. W. S. Hill went to Lethbridg today. at thVf Lyceum. TO STOP SECRET COMMUNICA- TIONS Ottawa, Nov. The Government lias udder 'consideration and will introduce at- the session of Parliament a modelled on the line of the.act passedT by the' British Parliament iii I'Kfi, criminal offence to ofier or" "accept; secret commissions with a view corrupily influencing Business actions in whica the the Gbwley i. Nov. C. Bl Mill- returned with her children on Sun- day from .a visit to tilt'TSust extend- ng over nearly a year. Mr. J. Biddell, J. made a .trip to Calgary last week and returned with his bride and they are domiciled n their new home in the east end. Mr. Jas. Smyths is erecting a new stable in the rear of Knight's. agent who accepts th interested. The; to vent tfle whole system- of "Secret com- missions with a view to corruptly vrt- flueiicing business transactions which the employer of -the -agent .whb accepts the cpmini.ssion.4s interested. The bill is aimed to prevent the whole system. _of secret commissions, either in connection with private or govern- ment business.- statioji and Lyceum, r-pocketbook, containing a sum of money and notes; reward to Qndrtr. Apply at Herald'Office. 293-6 LONGBOAT TO MARRY Toronto, Nov. Longboat ill "be "married on December 30th in Toronto to'.Miss L. Mdrcale, the Mo- hawk maadeh of the' Deseronto re- Arid she is not only a beau- tiful- as fine a character -as meet .anywhere., acco to Tom Flanagan, who knows er FOR 320 acres; miles'. to gently ing rich prairie land; low price easiest" of terms; right now for this. L. G., Herald Office; owner." For full informatioD application ehould be made "the Secretary pi the Department of the Interior, Ot- tawa, or any Agent or 8ub-lfent ol Dominion Landa. W. W. C6BY, 1 Deputy Minuter of the Interior N. Toi advertisement will not be PROPERTY POR SALE C FOR 8 roomed houlc. All modern improvements; ready Ife- cember 15th. Price Terms cash, balance to suit purchs5: er Apply E. J. 'Cook, PlO.Box city, Eden Rest Poultry Farm. 294 0 POULTRY-FOR SALE. FOR Eden Eest PouitJy farm, 40 pullets, 40 yearling BOc each. 29A-2 HOUSES TO RENT North SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any person who: is: the sole bead t a family, or any male .over .18.years may homestead a quatter-aectiob i available Dominion land; in Mahi 1; tcba, Saskatchewan or Alberta.- The bath, furnace, terms Don't miss Prof. Armand's "City of yesterday" or "The San Francisco at the Lyceum. Seals now on sale at the Lycsum Theatre box office for next Monday night, the National Opera Company presenting the comic opera, Highness the Bey." Box office open from iO a.m. to 10 p.m. SPECIAL DISCOUNT ON HARNESS and SADDLES FOR 30 DAYS LARGE ASSORTMENT OP BLANKETS, ROBES GLOVES and MITTS SPECIAL PRICEDTON TRUNKS and VALISES ALL NEW GOODS A. E. EASTON CO. Pincher Creek Pincher Creek, Nor. Fore- man, oE Toronto, arrived in town on Sunday and has been employed by T. Lebel Co., as saleslady. The masquerade ball ia. Hin- ton's Hall oft Friday night under the auspices ot the hockey club was a great success from every point of view. Over one hundred were in cos- tume and the management had left nothing to be desired. As a result of the ball the hockey club cleared, over! which will be spent towards fix-j ing the -rink. i On Saturday, Nov. 21, to Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Fraser, a 'daugh- ter. I Sunday, Nov. 22, to Mr. j and Mrs. J. F. Kelly, a daughter. t Mr. and Mr.s. Harfield had1 n Christ- Miss Margaret Macphcraon Fraser, "A. T. _ First Class, Honor. Graduate of Dr. Edward Fisher, Musical Director of the Toronto Conservatory of Music. TEACHER OF PIANO AND THEORY SPECIALTY in all grades prepared for the Toronto Con- servatory will receive a thorough and artistic musical edu- cation, preparing them fully for the teaching profession, for the concert, church and platform work, as well as for the drawing room and the so- cial circle. Personal consultation in Studio, at the residence of Mrs. Wm. Hutton, 814 Courtland St., Lethbridjte. Alta.: Notice is hereby given that the .fol- lowing sections of No. 4, re- lating to Health will -be rigidly en- forced.. SECTION Ha Any building heretofore or here- nfter erected within'the City situated up'on property fronting or abutting on any street or lane in which beth ii sewer and waiter main exists .shall be connected with.the sewer and wa- ter main and the necessary piping and fixtures including water closet and 'basin shall be'placed in such building so that the cellar drains and prrvie may be properly" drained into said sewer. SUB-SECTION 3 OF SECTION M Any person who shall keep poul- try, shall maintain the house, build- ing or pens in which the same shal be kept in such clean state that the nejehbors or passengers may not be by the stench therefro'm SINGING. Miss Ursula Archer, pupil of the celebrated t-oacne'r, William Shake- speare, will receive pupils jn singing and voice production. Also engage- for Ballad Concerts, At Homes, -five rooraed house, pe.r; 53; A ftfrS.11 proxy _may i conditiona, v by. Blather -son, daughttsr, brother or aw -p'er of intending homesteader. months' residence upob e.nrt cultiYation 'in- af. three years. A within nine, miles of, his..hotn> HOUSE TO five roomed- on a farm of at least M nished cottage. Apply 620 ownet? and occupied or his father, mother, son, dnughtar, or sister. v ROOMS TO RENT Si: In certain districts a' may homesteader ach ROOMS TO Tocin cuarter-section alongside and board for two men, with quiet p family; no other boarders. 63 West T M'- v, ---Must reside six months in ei Library Round house. j i u-- six years irom date of homestead entry (including the time required ie homestead-patent) and I cultivate fiftv acres extra. 294-4 ROOMS TO single rooms in fully modern house, centrally lo- cated. Apply Miss E. Prillanir.n, uoor south of J. H Fleet wood's dence, Glyu St. ARTICLES FOR SALE vryp QATT- mrvn> T i FOR SALE OHEAP-Ladys fox neck fur at 630 Crabb St. A homesteader who has exhausted homestead right and cannot ob- i -j taia a pre-emption may.taka.a pui- homestead in pertain districts. Price per acre. reside six months in ench of three years, cultivate fifty acres and" erect worth FOR One baby carriage near- ly new. For particulars apply to .Wm. Taylor 1231, Bompas and sucli poultry must be kept con east of Police. Barracks, fined on the premises of the owner thereof. Deputy of the Minister .of publication this advertisement will riot be BY-LAW etc. For further information address the Lethbridge Conservatory of Music. JOHN BARTHOLOMEW Lethbridgt PIANOFORTE TUNlNp. KTC. :v Organs :xnd Pianofortes repaired; NO. J6, PENALTIES, SECTION 2 cning.on Monday evening wlien they polished, etc. Good work guaranteed. baptized their son Reginald. Tho e.vont ;to.ok place in. the presence immediate WRITE HERALD rciauvcs5 and a few i atter which iho evening was' a'social intercourse. Mr. n. Porrior. photographer of this who Iws been receiving treat-s ment at Frank for a diseased spent a few "days in town week. Mr. Perrier's proeress is butl he expects to bo entirely f Mr.'Scott McKay, of formerly of this place, is re-1 acquaintances in town at! present. Mr. A. C. Kemmis is speiwUng a few days in Banff. J. H. a former of this place, now of Vic- toria, B. C., is in town this i MISS EM I LIE CARROLL WASTE of KNOX CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC Any person driving any wagon, carriage, sleigh, or vehicle of any description or riding any t bicycle or riding or driving any horse or other anima .across any ditch, other than at regular crossings .provided for the so, or along or across or'spaed between the ne. difch aiict the' sidewalk or ouief 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 thft dis- cretion of the convicting Justice of not less than Ten Dollars and not Illinois ToTmsi on application. Studio at of MTV H. n. nu_..i t exceeding Twenty-fivc FOR wicker baby carriage. Almost new. Apply corner Argyle Ave., and Westminster road. Phone 238. NOTICE OF IMPOUNDMENT. Notice is hereby given'' that I im- pounded on Sunday, Nov. 22, in the City PpundVhear Isolation Hospital, j''.-: one red arid white cow; brand looks like J J on right shoulder, left horn I Coal, Ice and turned down. 293-0 J. Poundkoeper. Western Transfer Go. LONG Office 63 Herald Want Ads Brog Surprisiag Resiks ESTABLISHED 1864 CharlU Btil, a tht 'Lyceum tonight. comedian, at Weiftm Chartered Gorpormtioft LU. Capital Financial Agents. Fiscal Agents Brokers. 'for Cofflerks Ltd All Stocks Handkd Merchants uank of Canada HEAD OFFIGE, MONTKEAL Paid-up Reserve and Undivided. 4-, 2 6 if Merchants, Farmers and lUncbtn Solicited "-Money Orders LetUrepfc Orexit Savings Bank Bkwtk; St. We have.; the teams we're here to rk> the businew flnjii! Cutnct firt of all kinds promptly 1 You will do well to get our prices before, placing your orders elsewhere Itayr transfer H. W. MEAD OFFICE-VICTORIA, B. C. 1 ;