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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 27, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LlTMMIMf, ALMftTA, FRIDAY, NOVIMMft 2T, (Ml. I SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY "Every item is a real seasonable and these We .require more room immediately to make space for the Christ- mas gCxkls and niaktlig tliest Hpedulw for quick sales. Yo.u must shop you wish to participate. They will go fast. Regular per pair Saturday _ 75c per v A splendid aMortment of Grey FknneletU Blaiiketi with x pink and blue borders, full size, oue of the bettbargaius offered in Blankets. Men's Shirts Regular..... 11.25 Saturday 75c _.. This is a special line of Htdsoo's Bay Shirts, in all sizes, ami in pretty stylif-h designs. An excellent Shirt at the i regular priqer. Cushion Topi 50c Saturday 25c. A big assortment of 'Lithographed Cushion Tops that have been sold regularly for 50c. Many designs and pretty color- ing Flannelette Regular 15c and 18c Saturday 12Jc Specially suitable for Dressing Gowns and Wrapperettts. Many designs and colors plenty of assortment. This will be a, feat seller, f Ladies' Winter Underwear -.'V- Saturday, C. M. M 75c A special line that we have-been selling for per suit. Of course 'this is not all wool but is exceptional value for the price. _ Flannelette Blouses v Saturday L One-o'f the most seasonable specials. We are showing con- siderable yariety in pretty designs and shades. All Sizes. Tabcr MY co. Tw ffr- Itini 115 PROFESSOR ARMAND'S Or the San Francisco Earthquake CHAS.T.BELL Step, Tib >W Bun> HAZEL SAMON Ik Otnr LUt Sdbnttt FRANK STACEY. The Galloping Major MOVING PICTURES All Feature Pkhires One Hour and a Half of Refined Entertainment eureka theatre Next Door to HerftU Office Silk Hata Ironed The Hans led Chcdar Illustrated Song........ Beautifully rendered by. Prices lOc and ISc The HalC A Bad Time Of It. The Mixed Babies .Thingi in ibe Lower Drawer ..HYACINTH HAMPTON H Nov. O. r and Deinmon 'ol'-the Coul CJjiy HoUii hostesses at an afUrnooti ou WedJWwJuy aftcr- noou In honor of Mrs. Johu Carrol, L. M. "mill-Miss Violk Arblastcr Q! rj'ho dining room iunivinlly uOOOruUid wiuii cryHuu- and jfcraniuins, includiug pink aud white ribbons strung from the chandelier to the four corners. The tables were daintily adorned ajid the entire afternoon was greatly en- joyed, A neat addition of two. rooms is Being added to the Barracks ut Ta- ber. Orders are to the effect that said must be completed.by 25th of December. It. is now an "opeti secret" taut a wedding will take place ab- out the 25th of December hcace the necessity of aud uiore coiu- liiCKWous quarters being at the Barracks. iCr. L. G. of Doering, N.D. arrived .on the 20th. with two cars o settlers' effects. His agetl mother o eighty will arrive this week They will reside m.Tabcr until spring when they will move upon his pos sessions in Tp. 14, R, 19. The parents of Jerry Kincade ar rived yesterday from Oicnburn, N.D. three cars settlers' eluding Tourteon: mic horses. Thci land ;s in. Tp. 14, H. fg. Herbert Knight, another new arriv al from Colgate, N.D., is here look ing for laud in this vicinity. car of .settlers' effects, including eigh work Horses are expected to arrive the first trf next _week in" charge of Clifford Yancy. These gentlemen have rented a. por- tion of the" farm of J. J. Walton for the sumtaer ami in the meantime will endeavor to secure lands: Mr. J. JP. >JLow, agent for the. Al- berta Elevator Co. has just received the sai intelligence -that his little nine ye.tr old" soii; while riding a. calf recently' at.c Cardston, was thrown violently to the ground breaking both bones iu his.left forearm. The home of Mr. and Jlrs. S. J. Layton last evening was the scene of a brilliant surprise party in honor of Mr. who leaves tonight for Cardston. TLe parlor aikl sitting rooms Vere artistically decorated for the occasion. Those 'present were: Mr. and ULrs. jHolman., Mr. and Mrs. John Shirts, -'Mr. and Sirs. Frank Johnson, Mr. and 3rrs. Frank Stew- Mr. Tom-Jnglcson, Mrr and Mrs. "John Haynes, Mr. and Mrs. John EasthopCv Instrumental and vocal music, interspersed with deli- cious refreshments were indulged in until, the'.hour of midnight when the happy crowd dispersed. The heavy fog that hjus visited this district, the las.t 3f> hours has "disap- peared.. Today the atmosphere is clear and-'warm with indications storm. Color, Flavor, Fragrance are the atrong of Herald liiiet Place Is nfl sr U rertptea U this catasM. If XM asytUsf this iwcrtitu tsf SI RAM LALS PURE TEA It's HIGH, CLEAR COLOR, fresh FRAGRANCE and DELICIOUS FLAVOR have made it hosts of friends. Are YOU one yet SITUATIONS VACANT servant. Apply Mrs. A. H. McKeown, Westminster Road. 293 servant. Apply to Mrs. K. U. Rylands. 29J-6 IT IS PURE! Lal'i Tea U Sold oaly ia LetHfcridge by BENTLEY CO. LTD TO THE ELECTORS OF MEDICINE HAT RIDING Lethbridge, Alberta. Nov. 26, 1906. To the Electors of Medicine Hat Riding. to the immens- ty of..this riding ;-you will readily realiwt the; difficulty, which I, as TROUBLE AT LUNDBRECK _Calgarsv: Nov. Smith formerly rof Calgary -when lie was Government inspector of'-mines, pas sed through the-city yesterday on his- way to Lundbreck. There has been -some trouble between the em ployers-and the men, and'Mr. Smitl 'has- been: appointed, bJ7- the employ- ers on the OBoard of Conciliation. Mr. McDonald has been appointed representative for the men. A third representative has not been apointed yet. LOST AND FOUND premises, 8X mil- es southeast of LQthbridge, near A.R. I. Ry. track, one red cow, indis- tinct brand; owner proving property and paying charges can take same. L. B. Losey, Lethbridge P.O. 292-4 SITUATIONS WANTED by the hour or housekeeping by the mouth. Mrs. J Cross, Lethbddge P. 0. 291-6 OF GOAL MINING ftfQ ULATIONS work, washing or cleaning, by respectable English wo- man. Box'1283 Post Office, City .92-6 SITUATION and wile want a' situation together on a ranch or farm, or iu town. Address H. Mc'Gilliard, c-o Arlington hotel, Leth bridge. LAND FOR SALE bay mare, white strip down face, branded right thigh revers- ed L inverted Y. Reward of for in- formation leading to recovery. Arch- r'our represenUtiye at Ottawa, will i ie Stewart, Rocky Coulee P.O., A'ta. jave in keeping in touch with cache section of; the District. Within "few I have given some thought and the best is for me to :erideavor to take advantage in the." rural 'sections of the machin- ery of the..; School Districts. There are two'subjects common to the, whole'riding which .should have close attention, namely: (1) Railway development. (2) Improved ..Mail facilities. Jn order to press our claims. for railway .extensions it, is necessary for me to be able to place my. finger on each particular locality on a informa- tion as to what development is.taking place there- and me possibility of fur; ther under proper 4ransportation; facilities. 292-8 FOR SALE sec- tion of laud, with house and stable, partly fenced and only four and a half miles from station. Can also locate homestead adjoining. Price per acre. Apply to Box: 387 or .E. T. McGregor, office Postoffice collie pup, white patch on head; reward for information lead- ing to recovery. Apply J. McMaster, Bridge Foreman, C.P.R. yard. 292-6 this city and the Little Bow River on Monday nfter- noon, a parcel, containing two skirts (one one also pair .of slippers. Parcel was. carried in a pail at back of vehicle. Finder will please leave at C. Baines- elevator anc? receive reward! 92-6 Block. 295-6 FOR African veteran rigbU ot UK Dominioa in Manitoba, UM Yukon Territory, Territorial sad British be tttidd for a iem of fi an annoal rental of au acre. Not more than will be leased to applicant. Application for a tit to tbo Afeat or Bub-igent old, may homestead a quarter-section of available Dominion laud in Mani- toba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. The applicant, in person the Dominion Lands Agency or Sub Agency for the district. Entry 07 proxy may be made at any agency on certain conditions, by father mother, son, daughter, brother or ter of intending homesteader. months' residence upon cind cultivation of the land in pf three years. A homesteader mxy live within nine miles oi his stead on a farm of at lcaa( 80 acas solely owned and occupied by him or by his mother, son, daughter, brother or sister. In certain districts a homesteader in good standing may pre-empt a quarter-section alongside hit home- our recent .hfreavoment. We abo wish to thank Mr. R. R. Davidson In -the Matter of. the Estate of Flor ence Commonly Known as "Leona Mar ried Woman, Lais of the City of Lethbridge in the Province of Al- berta. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursuant to the order of-His Honor Judge Winter, dated at Lethbridge on the 20th day of November A. D., 1903. the creditors and- other persons hav- ing claims against the estate of above named Florence La-Bertew. commooiy know as "Leona deceased, are, on or before the 31st day of December A. D., 1906, required to send in their names and address- es, with particulars of their claims. together with a statement of the curities (if any) held by them, veri-j fying the same by statutory declarn tiont to the undersigned solicitors for for four gentlemen. Apply 1248 Bom- pas St., east of Barracks. 295-1 large furnished bed- room, suitable for two gentlemen central ;modern conveniences. Ap- ply to 416 Burdett St. 2952 and his class at the Westminster school for the beautiful, wreath sent to us. 205-1 ANDREW KERR Don't miss Prof. Armand's "City of yesterday" or "The San Francisco 'ROOMS TO room and- board for two men, quilt family; no other boarders. 58 West Library Block, near 'Round house. 294-4 ROOMS TO single rooms' in fully modern house, 'centrally lo- cated. Apply ;Miss E. Prillaman, one door c-f -T. H. Fleetwood's resi- dence, Glyh St. stead. Price per acre. Duties. reside six months in each of six years from date of homestead entry (Deluding 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 mo'nths in of three years, cultivate fifty, acres %nd erect a house worth W. W. CORY, Deputy of the Minister of the Interior. -publication oi this advertisement will not be paid for. ARTICLES FOR SALE WRITE HERALD OFFICE. MISS -EM I LIE CARROLL WASTE Graduate of KNOX CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC Galesburg, Illinois Terms on application. Studio at residence of Mr. B. H. Robertson, m Crabb St. Phone W. M. DODD, ARCHITECT Calgary, Lethbridge Specialist in Fireproofing, Sanita- tion, Heating and Ventilation. Ernest E. Carver M.B.A.A., M.R.A., A.A.I.C Etc Manager Lethbridge Office Bryan Block the Executor. AND TAKE NOTICE that after the said 31st day of December A. D, 190 the Executor will be at liberty to administer the assets oi the said deceased or any part thereof among the parties entitled thereto having regard only to the claims of which he shall then have had notice, and will not be liable for any portion of the said assets so distributed to any person or persons whose claims the said Executor shall not thon have had notice. DATED at Lethbridge, this 20th day of November. A. D. 1903. CONYBEARK JONES. Solicitors for the Executor. FOR baby carriage near- ly new. For particulars apply to Wm. Taylor 7231, Bompas street, east of Police Barracks. 290-6 FOR wicker baby carriage. Almost new. Apply corner Argyle Ave., and Westminster ro3.d. Phone 288. 293-6 NOTICE OF IMPOUNDMENT. Notice is hereby given that I im pounded on Sunday_, Nov. 22, in the City Pound, near Isolation Hospital, one red'and white cow; brand looks like J J on right shoulder, left horn turned down. J. GILLESPIE, 293-0 Porndkeeper. i: Coal, Ice and ilDRAYING Western Trtasfer Co. LONGBROS.Proprietore J Office opposite Balmoral k PHON E: ea in Rattan have placed on our 1st floor an attrac- tive iot