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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 26, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta tailored garments, to try on, yet 10 con- structed that alterations can be made'quickly and accurately, were originated withFit-Refotm. The 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 jpest custom tailors are created by Fit-Reform. The protection to purchasers of guaranteeing satisfaction or money back; was original with Fit- Reform. McKELVIE McGUIRE Sole Agents f or Lethbncke. Ft RE AT PORT BURWELL. Port Burwell, Oni., >fi3v; plant of thft Port Burwell News, own- ed siui operated by C. A. Burns, was destroyed by fire this" morning. .It was: caused, by "the explosion of a gasoline engine. Loss.'about LEAP YEAR BALL AND FARE- WELL DANCE The management of the Bijou will give their farewjlI dance in the old Bijou Theatre on Wednesday Novem- ber iKth.Conrie and dancer for the last time on the '.best floor in town. Dancing eonVmences at 9 o'clock. Tickets 1.00. Refreshments at, us- ual. Remember this is the farewell dance. 91-3 HARBOTTLE IS DYING Edmonton, Nov. S Harbottle, inspector Vof inliin revenue here, and who 'was'sent t prison for defalcation of Govcrnmen Cuiids to the amount of seven; thou sand dollars, is lying at the point o 'death' in the 'penitentiary here. A operation has been performed lie cannot live. UTHMIMC, WIONMDAY, NOVIMIfR, About Coal THNU LOOKING FOR COAL. Sydney, N.S., Nov. 24.-C. H. Fe at time with .tl Dominion Coal Co., is here examii ing coal properties in southern Cap Breton, in the interest, it is said, of 'the Canadian Pacific Railway, that .company being anxious to secure its own coal supply in" Eastern; as well as Central and Western Canada. Tio ftr- forsaiicK 115 ML THEATRE O I G (Wiiiuipt-g Fifie Press.) A little comparison of prices at vur- ous grades of coal purchased in Western Canada may prove intwest- if. In Winnipeg American anthra- ite, all the way from Pennsylvania, sold, at f 10.50 per ton down to STo. 2 nut size, which U retailed at 9 per ton, American soft coal for .omestic purposes is sold at to per ion. LethbiMge and Taber oal from the Alberta mines is sold at Souris coal brings from 15.00 0 per ton. Canadian anthra- cite does not find its way from Banff .nd Bankhead to this city. At Moosomin; 219 miles west of Win- nipeg, Pennsylvania anthracite i's old at 12.50 ton and here Banff comes into the market, )eing gold at J10.5Q per ton, the ex- act price at which Pennsylvania an- thracite is gold in Winnipeg. Taber coal is gold in Moosomin at per ton. Moosomin ig-541. miles from Lethbridge and 703 miles from Banff, ifoosomiiv is 645 miles from Fort William and the latter town is some little., distance from the Pennsylvan- ia mines, but of course, a large part of the haul of Ameiican coal to Fort William is over the water route. At- Moose Jaw .the price, of Leth- bridgc coal is much the same as "at Moofcomin and Banff. Anthracite is At both Regina and Moose and 524 miles, respectively, from Banff, the price of Canadian anthracite is the .same as-thai of Pennsylvania anthracite in Winni- The Saskatoon Phoenix has lately Ixien, devoting to the coal quesiion makes the state- ment that Edmonton coal, which is thought to: be- a :really satisfactory domestic iuel, should be, laid there at per ton. As the; price of Lethbridge coal at-.Regina, is much the same as at Winnipeg, it would seem that; Edmonton coal which could be sqld at Saskatoon for a ton ,could .be sold here at not more than per ton.v In .view of the fact that Western Canadian coal.; of; good quality', both hard and exists in vast deposit and that it can be distributed over he vast prairies without duty re- strictions, it would- seem reasonable o "expect that people should be able o'puTchase it at much less cost than corresponding grades of Pennsylvan- a coal, even 'aking into considera- tion the. fact-that the latter comes a-great; part of the way hither over the water route. Flavor, Fragrance are the strong pointi of s-N RAM LAL'S PURE TEA It's RICH, CLEAR COLOR, fresh FRAGRANCE and DELICIOUS FLAVOR have made it hosts of friends. Are YOU IT IS PURE! Ram Tea is Sold only in Ltthbridge by THE BENTLEY CO. LTD. WHY AM I ILL? HOW TO TELL cvci-y cold back, and a. feeling of. chiliJiifcas, followed by the the use of spirits, or beer excite the kidneys Are you easily worried and annoyed over Arc the feet and eold Circulation Do the and legs .swell? Is there pufiinesa under the Do you bave'rbcuniatisra, poor eyesight, aod-backaches? thevj gravel or any unnatural action of tho LOST AND FOUND my premises, B% mil os southeast of Lethbridge, neai A.R J. Ry. track, one red co'.v, indis tinct biaml; owner proving propert> and paying charges'can "take ..'game L. B. Losey, Lethbridge P.O. 292 bay mare, wFiite st down face, branded right thigh revers ed L inverted Y. Reward of for in formation leading to recovery. Arclx Stewart, Rocky Coulee P.O., A'ta 292-8 PROFESSOR ARMAND'S If you have any of tkea above symptoms your kidneya are either weak or diseased, aad these symptoms are warnings of more Bcrious fcjfvlluw; Bright's Disease, Diabetes or Dropsy. Whatever you do, whatever you think your disease is, look well "to your kidneyi at the first sign of ..anything wrong, Give them just the aid the> require in Doan's Kidney Pills, the Great -Quaker Kidney Medicine, and how well and fit you feel after even a few doses. 0. writes: twos troubled with very severe paitis in my lac.lc fur I-tricd everything I could Uiink of they did n.e no good. A friend told me about Doan's Kidney 1'ills and after taking two boxes, I have not bten troubled since." Price 50 centa per "box; or 3 boxes, for at all dealers or The T. Milburn Co Li mi ted, .Toronto. In ordering specify DoanV Hussie Got Six Months T Taber, Xov; case o? nreeny charged against Charlie lius- sie of Grassy Lake on tho lilUv hibt. was disposed.of yesterday nt 5 p m., by Inspector West and S, >.-il-s.vien. Dr. W. R. Hawk, a veterinary- sur- geon, being the first said: "I live at Medicine Hat and was at Grassy Lake on the 13th of October. to look far the gun; but as the snow was so deep we could not find it. On our way out there he''told me he brought, the gun. with him from the States and for the second time re- marked, let see this gun." "Ab-J'-it Nov. 13, I was out riding near itaunseU's ranch. L noticed" stones along the looked into the hole and found the gun, as des crilxxl hv the accused." v I was staying at the Hotel. in room number Grassy Lake five. I lea accused, t Or the San Francisco Earthquake CHAS.TVBELL Wkt SBJS, Tils ail boces HAZEL SAMON Ike dewr Uttb Sdkrttte FRANK STAGEY, The Galloping Major STW1 MOVING PICTURES All Feature Pictures One Honr and a Half of Refined Entertainment Football Match for the cuauipionftbip of Eng- land Wanted a Colored Ser- vant The Lurking Glue Pot Nothing to Declare my grip in. my room" wHiiu "I attend- ed'to my business at the stock yards being away until evening. My grip was unlocked. On my return to Med icine Hat on the 14th, I missed my revolver, six cartridges, and a razor. The articles exhibited "A" and "B" I recognize as those taken from my grip. The shells exhhibit "C" are also similar to. mine. When I missed my revolver I wrote to Constable C. J. Coleridge of Gras- sy Lake, informing him of my loss. Constable Coleridge, said: "On. the 15th of October I received a com- munication from Dr. Hawk, stating that a .33 Colt's revolver had been taken from his grip at the Grassy Lake hotel. He asked me to keep an. eye open for it. I spoke to'" the night clerk, Warren Roosa, telling him to look out for this gun. The prisoner, Charles Hussie, arrived on the 12th, from Taber. Roosa said Hussie tried to sell him a revolver .describing the gun to him as a .33 revolver with six shells, all o which catched in a hole in th 14, R. 38. The-- eleven months old r-on of Mr nnd D. W. Burns, is suffering severe attack of bronchitis. Thi morning the littlo one is rcportcti a; convalescing. Still tho Xorth Dakotans are nr riving to scairc farm lands. F J. Smith, of Riintry, arrival last night, nnd will spend a -.veek her looking over thi.s district. a s'nt Treasurer Robinson's salary per year and if-elected I .iupve that the order be. rescinded forthwith and let Robinson resign if he is not sat- isfied, as. there are plenty oi good men in the city who would perform the duties equally as well ns Robin- son. Before I will vets .for any in- crease, I shall have to be shown that the person or persons arc.- giving the ity value for the money paid them. 'he Works and Property Department hall have my close attention and i; elected my polfcy .will be a square leal to all ratepayers. 'Thanking you anticipation of your support, 1 remain, Your obedient servant; DAVID KING him there wns no such thing ns u .35. nble location to settle his fam He offered1 it to me for andjily who will follow :atv. said it was north of the hotel by a! ditch in n hole by the side of two Renumber the farewell danc rocks, and he find it. The no (the Bijou on Wednesday next, Nov ciised nnd I went out next morning JOHN BARTHOLOMEW Lethbridge PIANOFORTE TUNING, ETC. Organs and Pianofortes repaired polished, elc. Good work guaranteed WRITE HERALD OFFICE. Canada Western Chartered Corporation Lid. Capital Financial Agents. Fiscal Agents Unauthorized publication iii: advertisement will cot be oi or. SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN' .WORTH WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any person who is the sole bead 1 family, or any male over 18 may homestead a quarter-sectipc available Dominion land in Mani J toba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. The applicant must appear in aV. the Dominion Lands Agency of TOUSE TO five roomed fur- lished cottage. Apply 'G20 Burdett St. 33-0 ROOMS TO RENT room and board for two men, with quiet family; no other boarders. 68 West Library Block, near Round house. 292-2 ROOMS TO single rooms in fully modern house, centrally lo- catt'd. Apply Miss E. Prillaman, one door south of J. H. Fleetwood's resi- dence, Glyn St. ARTICLES FOR SALE FOR SALE sable fox nock fur at 630 Crabb St. 03-2 FOR nearly newr Ap- ply 619 Crabb St. 202 FOR baby carriage near- ly new. For particulars apply to Win. Taylor 1231, Bompas street, oast of Police Barracks. 290-6 Agency for the district. Entry DJ proxy may be made at any agency certain conditions, by .father mother, son, daughter, brother or au ier of intending homesteader. months' residence upoo end cultivation of the of three years. A homesteader may live within nine miles of hia home- stead on a farm of at 8S 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- tead. Price 13.00 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 .par- chased homestead in certain Price ?3.00 per acre. reside six months in each of three years, cultivate fifty acres and erect a house worth JSOO.OO. W. W. CORY, Deputy "of .Jthe Minister of the Interior. publication ol this advertisement will not paid for. FOR large grand pinna for sale, suitable for church or concert hall. Knquire of G. A, Stevens. Also 250 chairs. 285-0 Brokers. for Royi) CosHcries Ltd All Standard Stocks Handled 25th. 90-3 HEAD OFFICE-VICTORIA, B. C. 2> FOR the next ton days Mrs. G. A. Stevens will offer her en- im- household goods for sale, located at G30 Crabb street. This furniture j is all nc-w. Cnll oarlv nnd ?ot a bar- c i train. S5-0 FOR wickor baby carriage. Almost new. Apply corner Argyle Ave.. and Westminster road. 'Phone 2036 Specials in Rattan have placed on our 1st floor an attrac- tive lot of Rattan chairs. They .aro on sale today at greatly reduced prices, and won't last long, ?o see today. Floor Coverings in wonderful var- iety are to be hcrft. Japanese Matting in piece goods and rugs, art squares in all sizes, shades and designs. Mnta for evr-ry purpose. When in need of goods, you will find this store a most satisfying one TN EVERY WAY. They are not a issue with us. but one of our chief linos. ?sr P fpyfel ESTABLTSHED i: Coal, Ice and i I PRAYING Western Transfer Co. LONG BROS.Propnetors Office opposite Balmoral PHONE; ea 1 THE TURPIN FURNITURE CO, HEAD OFFICE, MONTREAL Paid-tip Reserve and Profits.............. Accents of Merchants, Farmers and Ranchers Drafts Money Orders Letters of Credit Savings Bank Department LetKbridge Branch: Coildale Block, Redpath St. HOME MAKERS' 1 We have the teams and we're here to do the business Dnjiif Ciitrst lirt of all kinds promptly attended to You will do well to get our prices before placing your orders elsewhere Hayr Transfer Co. K. W. C. Hole, PHONE 180 ;