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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 27, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta tlTHiniOOl, ALIBRTA, FRIDAY, NOVIMBER 27, IIM. SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY "JCvoiy itoin is a reiil special-a soaswiuvblc special- �ntl tlioso prices arc for Baturday only.. Wo require nioro room immediately to make space for the Christmas gDods and are making those specials for quick sales. Yqu must shop earlySif you wish to participate. They will go fast. Flannelette Blankets Regular......11.26 per pair Saturday .. 7Sc per pair A Bplendid asBortment of Grey Flannelette Blonkete with pink and blue borders, full size, one of the boat bargains cv(.r offered in Blankets. Men's Shirts Regular.....$1.26 and $1.50 Saturday ...... 75c This is a special line of Hudson's Bay Shirts, in all sizes, and in pretty stylit-h designs. An excellent Shirt at the regular priqe;- Cushion Tops Regular................6Uc Saturday .. .. .. 25c A big assortment of Lithographed Cushion Tops that hjn e been sold regularly for 50c. Many designs and pretty colorings. Flannelette Regular........16c and 18c Saturday .. .. 12^ Specially suitable for Dressing Gowns and Wrapperettcs. Many designs and colors in plenty of assortment. This will be a, fast seller. Ladies' Winter Underwear Regular.................$1 '  Saturday .. .. .. 7Sc A special line that we have been selling for $1 per suit. C)f course this is not aU wool but is exceptional value for the price. Flannelette Blouses' Regular.............$1.B5 Saturday $1 One of the most seasonable specials. We are showing considerable variety in pretty designs and shades. All sizes. HUDSON'S BAY CO. STORES Two Pbp-formances Daily: 7.45 and 9.15 pj. THEATRE T O N I G H T PROFESSOR ARMANDS The City of Yesterdaii Or the San Francisco Earthquake CHAS.T.BELL Who Sings, Talks and Dances HAZEL SAMON Tlie CleTer Little Sonbrelte FRANK STACEY. The Galloping Major MOVING PICTURES All Feature Pictures One Honr and a Half of Refinea Entertainment Eureka Cbeatre Next Dcor to Herald Office Silk Hats Ironed The Haiintcd Cliedar Oheeso The Half Moon Tavern A Bad Time Of It The Mixed Babies Illustrated Sonp;..............Things in the Lower Drawer Beautifully rendered by.......HYACINTH HAMPTON Price* lOc and I5c Continuous Performance Starting at 7.30 Taber Taber, Nov. 20.-Mrs. O, D. Dom-nioti ttiul Mi'h. T.oUoy neiiimoii of the CohI OHy llotol wuro hosto.swB nt i\u nfU'vnoou ten on WcdncHday uttcr-nooii 111 honor of Mrs. .loliii Currol, AfrH, I,. i\r. (IravcH diKi MIhh Violut Arl)la.slor of Talior. 'I'ho diniiiK room wufi tafitofull.v (loooratotl with cry.san-IhomuniH and KoraiiluniR, InclucliiiK pink ami while rlbhoim .slruMK from the chuiuleller to thu four cornerB. The tables were daintily adorned and the entire afternoon was Rrunlly enjoyed. A neat addition of two rooms is being added to tJw Harracka at Taber. Order.s are to the effect that Haid rooms muat bo completed by the anth of IJecembor. It Is now an "open ssecrct" Uiat a "royal" wedding will take place about the 25th of December and henco tho necessity of larger and more commodious quarters being constructed at the Barrockfi. Mr. I.. G. Marks, of Uecring, N.U., arrived on tho 20tli with two cars of settlors' effects. His aged mother of eighty years will arrive this week. They will reside tn Taber until spring when they will move upon his possessions in Tp. 14, K. 19. Tho parents of .Jerry Kincade arrived yesterday from Gionburn, N.U., with three cars of settlors' cffccls, In-cbiding fourteen fine horse.s. Their land is In Tp. 14, It. 1*8. Herbert Knight, another now arrival from Colgate, N.D., is hero look Ing for land In this vicinity. One car of settlers' crtccts, including eight work horses aro e.xpected to arrive tho first of next week in "charge of Clifford Vancy. These gontloinen have rented a po''-tion of the farm of J. .1. Walton for tho summer and in the meantime will endeavor to secure homestead lands. Mr. J. X'. Low, agent for the Alberta Elevator Co. has just received the Bali, intelligence that his little nine yer.r old son, while riding ,i calf recently at , Cnrdston, was thrown violently to tho ground Ijreakbvg both bones iu his left forearm. Tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. S. .1. T^ayton last evening was the scone of a brilliant surprise party in honor of Mr. .1. I'. IjOw, who loaves tonight for Cnrdston. Tl.e parlor ailfl sitting rooms were artistically decorated for tho occasion. Those present wore: Mr. ond airs. Holmnn, Mr. and airs. John Shirts, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stewart, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ingleson, Mr. and Mrs. John Haynes, Mr. and Mrs. John Kasthope. Instrumental and vocal music, interspersed with delicious refreshments were indulged in until the hour of midnight when tho hapi)y crowd dispersed. The heavy fog tliat has vi.sited this district the last 30 hours has disap-I)oarcd. Toda.y tho atmosphere is clear and warm with indications of storm. Color, Flavor, Fragrance are the strong points of RAM LAL'S PURE TEA It's RICH, CLEAR COLOR, fresh FRAGRANCE and DELICIOUS FLAVOR have mode it hosts of friends. Are YOU one yet ? IT IS PURE! Ram Lai's Tea is Sold only in Lethbridge by THE BENTLEY CO. LTD. TO THE ELECTORS OF MEMCINE HAT RIDING TROUBLE AT LUNDBRECK Calgary, Nov. 2G.-Frank Smith, lonncrly ol Calgary wlun he was Government inspector of niitifs, i)a8-sed through the city yesterday on his way to I.uiulbreek. There has been some trouble between the employers and the men, and Mr. Smith has been appointed by the employers as representative- on the Hoard of Conciliation. Mr. McDonald has been appointed repre.seatative for the men. A third representative lias not been apointed yet. LOST AND FOUND Don't miss Prof. Armand's "City of yesterday" or "The San Francisco Earthquake," at the Lyceum. Miss Margaret Macpherson Fraser, A. T. C. M. First Class, Honor Graduate of Dr. Edward Fisher, Musical Director of the Toronto Conservatory of Music. TEACHER OF PIANO AND THEORY SPECIALTY PIANO.-Pupils in all grades prepared for the Toronto Conservatory examinations, will rooeivo a thorough and artistic musical adu-cation, preparing them fully for the teacihing profession, for the concert, church and platform work, as well as for the drawing room and the social circle. Personal consultation in Studio, nt the residence of Mrs. Wm. Hulton, 814 Courtland St., Lethbridge, Alta. Lotlibridge, .Mborta. Nov. 20, 1908. To the Electors of Medicine Hat Riding, Gentlemen:-Owing to llie immensity of this riding you will readily rcali/.e the difficulty, wliich I, as your representative at Ottawa, will have in keeping in close touch willi (>ach se(!tion of tlie District. Within the past few weeki^ I have given this matter sonu- thought and tlie best solution, apiiarently, is for me to endeavor to take advantage in the rural sections of the mnehin-ery of the School Districts. There are two subjects common to the whole riding wliioli sliould have close attention, namely: (1) Railway development. (2) Improved Mail facilitira. Jn order to successfully pre.ss our claims for railway e.\.tcnsions it is necessary for nie to bi' able to place my finger on each particular locality on a map and give correct infonna-lioii as to what develoiiiiicnt is taking place there and the possibility of further development under proper transpoitation facilities. The campaign thrdUL'h whieli 1 have passed lias given iiie a general knowledge but wliat I need is .�i)0-eilie information from each locality. 1 would, therefore, lie obliged if tlie Secretary-Treasurer in eac'n School District would call a.i'ublic Meeting ,)f the electors for an early date, riiis, I presume, can be done by a imtici.' posted in the Post Oflicc. T still insist that I am in this political bubines.^ for tlie people and to be able to work with soini' effec^ I need the fullest inforaiation as to the capabilities of each locality. -Vny Secftaiy-Tivasuicr who would like .some idea tis to the character of information which should be supplied, liiid will drop me a pbst card, I will gladly conununicnte with him on the subject. I take this oi>portunity of publicly thanking my friends for their generous efforts' resulting in my election last month and 1 trust when the time arrives for me to retire from l)ublic life, be the time short or long, tliat they, as well as the public in general, will have reason to feel that I scived tnein well and faithfully. Yours very truly, 295-1 C. A. MAGRATH. STRAVKD-On my premises, 8X miles southeast of Lethbridge, near A.R. & I. Ry. track, one red cow, indistinct brand; owner proving property and paying charges can take same. L. U. Losey, Lethbridge P.O. 2!)2-4 LOST-Light bay mare, whit^ strip down face, branded right thigh reversed L inverted Y. Reward of |5 for information leading to recovery. Archie Stewart, Rocky Coulee P.O., A'ta. 202-8 "LOST-Brown collie pup, white patch on head; reward for information leading to recovery. Apply J. McMaster, Bridge Foreman, C.P.R. yard. 292-6 LOST-Between this city and tho Little P,ow River on Monday afternoon, a parcel, containing two skirts (one black,and one blue), also pair of slippers. Parcel was carried in a pail at back of vehicle. Finder will please leave at E. C. Baines' When you tulh aythini to tell or to rent place it io this colama. If yoa want anythlhf use this coloiM. 2Se one ingertion 6 insertioos for SI SITUATIONS VACANT WANTED-General servant. Apply Mrs. A. H. McKcown, Westminster Road. 293 0 WANTED-General servant. Apply to Mrs. E. U. Rylands. . 294-6 SITUATIONS WANTED WANTED-Work by the hour or liousekeeping by the month. Mrs. J. Cross, Lethbridge P. O. 291-6 SYNOPIIS OF COAL MtNINQ REQ ULATiONB WANTED-Day work, washing or cleaning, by respectable English woman. Box 1283 Post Office, City.92-0 SITUATION WANTED-Man and wife want a' situation together on a ranch or farm, or in town. Address H. Mc'Gilliard, c-o Arlington hotel, Lethbridge. 29.M LAND FOR SALE FOR SALE CHEAP-Quarter section of land, with house and stable, partly fenced and only four and a half miles from station. Can also locate homestead adjoining. Price $8.00 per acre. Apply to Box .387 or E. T. McGregor, oflice PostofHce Block, 295-6 elevator anc' receive reward. 92-6 LOST-Between station and Lyceum, a pocketbook, containing a sum of money and notes; reward to find'^r. Apply at Herald Office. 293-6 LOST-Wide plated buckle blue belt, with Finder kindly at Herald Office. gold-leave 29.1-1 FOUND.-On Diamond City ronand lot. Apply W.L.Wileon, 50 Argyle Ave., city. Phone 189. 91-6 PROPERTY FOR SALE FOR SALE-New 8 roomed hou�e. All modern improvements; ready December 15th. Price $2,500. Terms $1,000 cash, balance to suit purchaser . Apply E. J. Cook, P.O.Box 333, city, Eden Rest Poultry Farm. 294 O POULTRY FOR SALE. Coal miDinK rights o( Ibe Dominloo in Manitoba, Batkatohew�n, AlberU, the Yukon territory, (.be North-West Territoriea and Britlib Oolunroit. may be iMBijd tor a term ol twenty-one years at an annua] rental of |1 au acre. Not more than 3,560 acreei will be leased to one applicant. Application for a lease must be made to tbo Agent or Sub-Agent ol the district in which the rights applied lor are situated. In surveyed territory the Ian** must be described by sections, or U gal subdivieions oi sections, and in unsurveyed territory the tract appli ed tor shall be sfaked out. Each application must be accom panied by a tec of $6, which will bu refunded if the rights api�lied for ar� uot available but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output ol the aiine at the /ate of Ave cents per ton. Every hseee ol coal mining rights which are not being operated shall turniah the district Agent of Domia-ion Lauds with a sworn statement to that effect at least once in each year. The lease will kucluie the coal mining rights only, but the lesee may be permitted to purchase whatevei available surface rights may be considered necessary tor the working ol the mine at the rate of 910 an acre. For full information application should be made to the Secretary ol the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or tiny Agent or Sub-Agent ol Dominion Lands. W. W. CORY. Deputy Minister ol the Interior N.B.-Unauthorized publication oi thie advertisement will not be pali* tor, SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH WEST LAND REGULATIONS WHERE IS OLIVER SMITH WANTED to locate. Oliver Smitn; medium height, fair complexion, weight aljout 160 pounds, age 23; caiiM-out to work on railroad at Calgary, Address Mrs, Alice Walker, 4 St. Saw-telle, Los Angeles, Cal. 294-6 FOR SALE-At Eden Rest Poult:y farm, 40 pullets. 40 yearling heiis, HOc each. " 291-2 HOUSES TO RENT In replying to ads in this 4i column kindly follow instruc. ^ tion stated in the ad. The 4( Herald cannot give any addi. 4i tional information regarding 4d to the Railway Commission. JOHN BARTHOLOMEW Lethbridge PIANOFORTE TUNING, ETC. O.rgans and Pianofortes repaired, polished, etc. Good work guaranteed. WRITE HERALD OFFICE. CARD OF THANKS. 1 hereby desire to express my appreciation and gratitude to the many friends for their kindness and sym-patlij- to my.self and family during our reci'iit bereavement. We aWo wish to thank Mr. R. R. Davidson and his class at the Westminster school for the beautiful wreath sent to us. 295-1 ANDREW KERJl TO RENT-Sliack in North Ward, close in. Apply Box D., Herald oflice. 285-0 TO LET-A five roomed house, $15 per month. Apply to 53 Argyle Ave. 287-0 HOUSE TO LET-A five roomed furnished cottage. Apply 620 Burdetl St. 03-O ROOMS TO RENT MISS -EM I LIE CARROLL WASTE Graduate of KNOX CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC Galesburg, Illinois Pianoforte-Voice-Theory Terpis on application. Studio at residence of Mr. B. H. Robertson, 607 Crabb St. Phone 186 Don't miss Prof. Armand's "City of yesterday" or "The San Francisco Earthquake," at the Lyceum. W. M. DODD, ARCHITI'-.CT Calgary, .... Lethbridge SjieeialiHt in Kireproofing, Sanitation, Heating and Ventilation. Ernest E. Carver M.B.A.A., M.R.A., A.A.I.C , Etc Manager Lethbridge Office Bryan Block In the Matter of. the Estate of Flor ence La-fJertew, Commonly Known as "Leona Stanley," Mar ried Woman, Late of the City of Lethbridge in the Province of Alberta. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tliat pursuant to the order of His Honor Judge Winter, dated at Lethbridge on tlie 20th day of November A. D., 1908. tlie creditors .and other persons having claims against the estate of the above iiaiiled Florence La-Bortew. commoitly know as "Leono Stanley," deceased, are, on or before thi! 31st day of Deeember A. D., 1908, required to send in their names and addresses, witli particulars of their claims, together with a statement of the ,�e-curities (if any) held by tlioni, verifying the same liy statutory deelara tion, to the undersigned solicitors for tho Exeeutor. AND TAKE NOTICE that after tlie said 31st day of Deeember A. 1) , 190 , the Executor will hi' at liberty to administer the assets of the said deceased or any part thereof among the parties entitled thereto having regard only to the claims of which he shall then liave had notice, and will not be liable for any portion of the said assets so distributed to any person or j)ersons whose elaiiiis the saitl lixeeutor shall not then liave liad notice. DATED at Lethbridge, this 20th day of November, A. D. 1908. (X^NYBEARK & JONES. Solicitors for the Executor. pectals in Rattan Furniture.-We have placed on our Ist floor an attractive lot of Rattan chairs. They are on sale today at greatly reduced prices, and won't loflt long, so see them today. Floor Coverings in wonderful variety are to be f'.und here. Japanese Matting in piece goods and rugs, art squares in all sizes, sliadea and designs. Mats for every purpoao. When iu need of these goods, you will find this store a most satisfying one )N EVERY WAY. They are not a side issue with us, but one of our chief lines. NICELY furnished rooms and board for four gentlemen, .\pply 1248 Boin-pas St., east of Barracks. 295-1 TO RENT.-A large furni.shed bedroom, suitable for two gentlemen ; central ;modern conveniences. Apply to 416 Burdett St. 295 2 ROOMS TO RENT-Comfortablo room and board for two men, with qui^t family; no other boarders. 68 West Library Block, near Round house. 294-4 ROOMS TO RENT-Two single rooms in fully modern house, centrally located. Apply Miss E. Prillanian, one door south of J. H. Fleetwood's residence, Glyn St. ' "^3-6 Any person who is the sole head � t a family, or any male over 18 years dd. may homestead a quarter-section ot available Dominion land in Maui toba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. The applicant must" appear in person at the Dominion Lands Agency or Sub Apency for the district. Entry oy proxy may be made at any ugeney on certain conditions, by father mother, son, daughter, brother or sis ler of intending homesteader. Duties.-Six months' residence upon rind cultivation of the land in eich pf three years. A homesteader mny live within nine miles of hia homestead on a farm of at least 80 acr^s 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 homestead. Price $3.00 per acre. Duties. -Must reside six months in each of six years from date of homestead entry Concluding the time required to earn homestead patent) and cultivate fifty acres extra A homesteader who has exhausted his iiomestead right and cannot ol>-tain a pre-emption may take a purchased homestead in certain districts. Price $3.00 per acre. Duties.-Must reside six months in each of three years, cultivate fifty, acres and erect a house worth $300.00. . . W. W. CORY, Deputy of the Minister of the Interior. N.B,-Unauthorized publication of tills ndvortiscinent will not be paid for. ARTICLES FOR SALE FOR SALE-One baby carriage nearly new. For particulars apply to Wm. Taylor 1231, Bompas street, east of Police Barracks. 290-0 FOR SALE-A wicker baby carriage. Almost new. Apply corner Argyle Ave., and Westminster road. Phone 288. 293-6 NOTICE OF IMPOUNDMENT. Notice is hi-reby given that I impounded on SiHiday, 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, 29.3-0 Poundkeeper.  :: Coal, Ice and i PRAYING I Western Transfer Co. LONG BROS.Proprietors Office opposite Balmoral PHONE 63  ESTAULISHED 18G4 THE TURPIN FURNITURE CO THE HOME MAKERS 11 Merchants Bank of Canada \ \ HEAD OFFICE, MONTREAL Paid-up Capital...........................$0,000,000 Reserve and Undivided Profits.............. 4-,267,400 Accounts of Merchants, Farmers and Ranchers Solicited Drafts Money Orders Letters of Credit Savings Bank Department Lethbridge Branch: Coaldale Block, Redpath St. a a Jfc. ^ aaa aaa a a aaa a a aaa a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a"  WWWWW.WWW.W^ ^^WWWWWWW^ Merchants & Contractors We have the teams and we're here to do the buBiness Draiing & Contract Work of all kinds promptly attended to You will do well to Ret our prices before placing your orders elsewhere Hayr Transfer Co. H. Hayr �nd W. G. Hole, Pr�pi. PHONE 180 80 ;