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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 26, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta tSTHBRIDOC, AtBERTA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBEfl 26, lj�08. the: Woodhall-Davidson Co. Ltd. SHEET METAL CONTRAaORS, MANUFACTURERS AND JOBBERS Ave now looatetl in the n�w Bowman Block, Crabb Street And aru prepared to give'prohipt and cureful attention to all orders and inquiries regarding Sheet Metal Cornices, Skylights, Fireproof Windows,^ Metal Ceilings, Shingles, Cormgated Iron, Eave Trough, Sheet Indles' Guild of the* St. Theo-dore*s church, with .Mrs. R. W. Long and Mrs. K. R. Robbins as piano accompanists wns without doubt the licst musical treat ever witnessed in Tuber. The full ijrogrannnc wns as follows: Ox'erture, "Sweet Primrose" Tlie I.oomis Orchestra; vocal solo, "A Dream of raradi.se," Jfr. A. Veal; vocal "solo, "SunsViino and Rain," Miss Archer; violin and piano selection, "Jfnzurka Do Concert," Mr. and Sirs. W. .\. Aiibin; vocal solo,.'/Beloved it is morn," Mrs. E. R. Vick-ery: humorous recitation, Mr, Wnt-son; vocnl solo, "The Flight of Ages," Jliss M, F. Long; Instrumental solo. Mrs. E. R. Vickery; quartette, "I-'i.>ihing," Messrs. Picrson, E. West-lake, IJavidson, and' Robbins; Part II: Selection "Decinni," The Looniis Orchestra; vocnl solo, "riuiusondo Flor-ian," Miss Archer; recitation, "The Newsboy's Debt," :\rrs. G. T.,. Cospor; vocal solo, "Asthoro," ;Miss M. F. Long; violin and piano, "U Trova-tore," :Mr. and IMrs. W. A. Aubin; vocal solo, "Lite's Way." Mrs. K. R. Vickery; vocal solo, "J^ovo mo and the World is Mine," Mr. A. Veal; qunrtotlo, "Good Night," Messrs. E. Westlake, Rierson, Robbins nnd Davidson. Grace, coupled with expression nnd distinct enunciation of Mi.ss Archer, ni Lethbridge, made her n favorite. Special mention may also be made of Mr. Aubin, Jfrs. Vickery, UiHH laoni,'. Miss Loomis, and Jfrs. R. W. Long. .\s a result of a di.sngreomont am->ng a large pack ot unlicensed dogs yesterday, a fight took place upon the sidewalk in front of A, Beck's bakery and completely demolished a .section ot his French plate window. One yellow and four black pigs are confined in the town pound, having been run in recently for trespass con-1 rary to the town's ordinacno. Black Spring Valley Black Spring Valley, Nov. 22.-And still we have line summer weather. .7. V. Heala of Hurdsfleld, N.D., brother of Mrs. Robt. Bui-ns, returned homo Inst Thursdaj- convinced that Canada would not be a bad place to live in. Will Fry and Leon Burns look in a ba.sli miles southeast of Lethbridge, near A-.R. & I. Ry. track, one red cow, indistinct brand; owner proving property and paying charge's can Inki; same. L. B. Losey, Letlibridgc P.O. 292-4 LOST-Light bay mare, whitfl strip down face, branded right thigh reversed L inverted Y. Reward of $5 for information leading to recovery, .\rch-ie Stewart, Rocky Coulee P.O., A'ta. 292-8 LOST-Brown collie pup, white patch on liead; reward for information leading to recovery. Apply J. McMnster, nridge Foreman, C.P.R. yard. 292-S Dally HeraM Market Place Wheo you have nythiriii to sell or to rent place it io Ibis colmna. If you want anytbiof use this column. 25c one Insertion 6 insertioss lor S! SITUATIONS VACANT WANTED-General servant. Apply Mtrf. A. H, McKeown, Westminster Road. 203 O WANTED-General servant. Ap\)!y to Mr�. K. U. Rylands. 2U4-6 SITUATIONS WANTED WANTED-Work by the liour or liousekeeping by the roontli. Mrs. J Cross, Lethbridge P. O. . 29itJ WANTED-Position as general black-.MVith. Apply to Jacob Heinsetling, Gen. Delivery, Lethbridge. 292-2 WANTED-Day work, washing o: cleaning, by respectable English woman. Box 1283 Post Oflice, City,92-0 LAND FOR SALE LOST-Between this city and the Little Bow River on Monday afternoon, a parcel, containing two skirts (one black and one blue), also pair ot slippers. Parcel wns carried in a pail at back of vehicle. Finder will please; leave at E. C. Raines' elevator anc' receive reward. 92-6 f.OST-Between station and Lyceum, a pocketbook, containing ii sum of money and notes; reward to fiiid'>r. Apply at Herald Office. 293-G LONGBO.�iT TO MARRY Toronto, Nov. 26.-Toin Longboat will be married on December 30th in Toronto to Miss L. Mercale, the Mohawk maiden ot the Deseronto reserve. And she is not only a beautiful girl, but as fine a character as you would meet anywhere, according to Tom Flanagan, who knows � er well. FOR SALE-South African veteran scrip, cheap, R. V. Gibbons, Ott Block. 288-0 FOR SALE OR^ EXCHANGE-.Vbout six acres of land 4 iniles from tiie city, with buildings. Will sell or exchange for city lota.or acreage, or trade in part payment for house and lot. Apply W.L.Wilson, 60 Argyle Ave., city. Phone 189. 9i-b FOR SALE-Bargain; 320 acres; 4 miles Taber; level to gently undulating rich prairie land, low price an'i easiest of terms; right now tor this. 1-. G., Herald Office, owner. ��3-2 PROPERTY FOR SALE FOR SALE-New 8 roomed l;ou*v;. All modern im))rovements; ready De-erinbi'r 15th. Price $2,500. Terms Jl.ono ea.sh, balance to suit purchaser . Apply E J. Cook, P.O.Box 333, city. Kden Rest Poultry Farm. 294 O POULTRY FOR SALE. FOR SALE-At Eden Rest Poultry farm, 40 pullets, 40 yearling hens, .SOe cneli. 29 L2 HOUSES TO RENT TO RENT-Shack in North Ward. SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING R^Q ULATIONS Goal mining rights ol tte Domiaion in Manitobn, Baskstchewiin, Alberta, the Yulcon Territory, fiie North-West Territories and British Oolunroia, may be IcaBdd (or a term oi tweuty-onu years at an aonaal rental of fl au acre. Not more than 3,660 acres will be leased to one applicant. Application for a lease must ^be made to the Agent or Sub-Agent. ol the district in which the rights kp-plied for are situated. Id surveyed territory the iao'' uQuat be described by sections, or le gal subdivisionB of sections, and in unaurveyed territory the tract appU ed lor shall be staked out. Each application must be aocom-punied by a fco of $6, which will ba reluQded if the rights ap;^ CO. Pincher Creek Pincher Crook, Nov. 2."i.-^Mr.s. Foreman, of Toronto, arrived in town on Sunday nnd has been employed by T. Lebel & Co., ns saleslady. The mnaquorade ball given in Ilin-ton's Hall on Friday night under the auspices oi' the hockey club was a groat success from every point of view. Over one hundred were in costume nnd the mnnnp;ement had loft nothinpf to be desired. As a residt of the bnll the hoeke.v club cleared over S.100 which will 1)0 spent towards fi.v-' Ing the rink. Born-On Saturday, Nov. 2J, to Mr, nnd Jfrs. W. A. Frnser, a (laughter. Born-On Sunday, Nov. 22, to Mr. \ nnd Jlrs. .T. F. Kelly, a daughter. ' 5lr. niul Mrs. rrarfiold hnd a christening on Jlonilny evening when tliey baptized their son Wibiani Reginald. ihe presence few immediate friendJi, nCter wliieh, tlio evi^ning wnsj spent,in a social intercourse. Mr. 11. Perrier, photographer of tliis place,'; who Imih been receiving treatment at Frank for a diseased knee,! spent a few 'dhys in town tliis week. Mr, Perrior's progress is alow l.-Mt he expects to bo entirely better by .Tnnuavj'. Mr. 'Scott JfcKay, of Abernothy, Snsk.,' formerly of this place, is re-nowin^ acquaintances in town at present. Mr. A. C. Kommls Is spending a few days In Banff. [iilr. J. H. McEachron, a former nj^rchant of this place, now of Vlc-tbriu, B. C, is in town this we�k. Miss Margaret Macpherson Fraser, A. T. C. M. Fir.st Class, Honor Graduate of Dr. Edward Fisher, Musical Director of the Toronto Consers'atory of Music. TEACHER OF PIANO AND THEORY SPECIALTY PIANO.^Pupils in all grades prepared for the Toronto Conservatory examinations, will receive a thorough and artistic musical education, preparing them fully for the teaching profession, for the concert, churcli and platform work, as well as for the drawing room and the social circle. Personal consultation in Studio, at the residence of Mr.s. Wm. Hutton, 814 Courtland St., Lethbridge, Alta. The e.vent -took place ir^ of rejiiiives' nnd a fev SINGING. Miss Ursula Archer, pupil of the celebrated teacher, William Shakespeare, will receive pupils in singing and voice production. Also engagements for Ballad Concerts, At Homes, etc. For further information address the Lethbridge Conservatory of Music. JOHN BARTHOLOMEW Lethbridge I'lANOl'ORTE TTJNlNp, KiC. Organs and Pianofortes repaired; jiolished. i'le, Good work guaranteed. WRITE HERALD OFFICE. Charlie Bell, a liv* comsdian, at the -Lyceum tonight. MISS EMILIE CARROLL WASTE ' Grnduiiti' of KNOX CONSKHVATORY OF MUSIC Giiili'sbiug,, Illinois Pianoforte-Voice-Theory Torinn on apjilieation. Studio at residence ot .Mr. It, IT. Robertson, S07 Crabb St. Phone 185 Notice is lieri'by given that the following sections of By-Law No. 4, relating to Health will be rigidly enforced. SECTION 68a Any building heretofore or liere-a'ter erected within the City situated up'on property fronting or abutting on any street or lane in which bath a Slower and water main exists shall bu eoiinected with tlie sewer and water main and the necessary piping and lixtures including water closet and basin shall bo 'placed in such building so that the cellar drains and privio may be properly drained into said sewer. SUB-SECTION 3 OF SECTION 84 Any person who shall keep poultry, shall maintain the house, building or pens in which the same shall be keiit in such clean state that the iieigb'tiors or passengers may not be iiiooniiuoded by the stench therefrom aiid suoh poultry must be kei)t confined on the premises of the owner thereof. BY-LAW NO. IB, PENALTIES, SECTION 2 Any por.son driving any wagon, e.irriage, sleigh, or vehicle of any description or riding any, bicycle or riding or driving any horse or other nniina across any ditch, other than at regular crossiiigs provided for the l>urpo.se, or along or across any boii-jlvilicTs' or 'spucQ lying, h'etwecn the ilpe !.}(' nify difch uiitt the' sidewalk or oirtef lipe'of the street, shall be guilty of a breach ol this By-Law and be liable on conviction for each such offence to a penalty in the discretion of the convicting Justice of not less than Ten Dollars and not exceeding Twenty-five Dollars. Canada Western Chartered Corporation Ltd. Capital 1500,000 TO RENT-Furnished cot* ge in gooii j proxy may be made at any agenny locality, bath, furnace, terms inoder-1 o.j eertrftn conditions, by father ate. Apply Box Y., Herald. 288-0 i ftinther, son, daughter, brother or aid --____j ler of intenditig homesteader. TO LET-A five roomed house, .fiol Duties.-Six months' residence upon per month. Apply to 5,1 Argyle Ave. 2Sy-0