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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 9, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta UtTHBIIIDQC, ALBERTA, FEIQAY, OCT08E" that Fit-Reform Suiti and are always mpcxhxt style and they will give excellent they are the best values, for the money; in Canada. This trademark guarantees that every garment Wfianna. ..it... must give .complete.and lasting satisfaction or your money feck. .-....'.''Behind this trademark is the Fit-Reform Company, founders in Canada of hand-tailored garments. Fall styles are ready. up. DOUBLE WEDDING AT PITCHER CREEK McKELVIE McGUIRE .Sole Agents for Pincher Oct. double wedding took place at St. John's church on Saturday last, ar.i the church was crowded with persons who were anxious to unusual! occurrence. 'The contracting parties were Mr. John Cox and Miss Rhoda Burgrss, of HermitagV Berkshire, England; Mr. Quinton Adolphus Gos- ling and Miss S. A. Lawrence, of Reading, England. The Rev. W.' G. James, rector, performed' the cere- mony. Mr. Edward. Faithorn had the pleasing duty of giving both bridep tuvay. Miss Alice Roardon asj bridesmaid, Misses Irene Hyde, llosie' Pluukett, Leslie An- nie Wilson, Giorgio and Gertie vere in attendance as flower girls. Aitc'r the ceremony the happy quar- etle left the church amid showers of! and were driven to the residence of Mr. and Mrs. E. Faithorn, where a winding dinner The groomsmen are well known in Pinch-, er having resided .here forsoine the young ladies had only arrived from 'England.that morning. They were strangers until they hap- pened, to meet in. -an 'Old Conntry booking office, and came out together. Crown Pros fcutor Campbell, cf Mac- leod; is in town today, having come up tb prosecute in .a case in which the C.P.IiVwere charged with not having the .fire guards required by law on each side of ,their raih-oad track near Pin6her City. belonging to Mr. W. -DobUie was recently THE: STRIKE-BREAKERS EXPELLED. Party" of Mechanics Coming from Chicago Intercepted at Boundary. Man., Oct. were lively times early this morning at the line from here; upon th? ficers Agnew and Connel, of the im- 'of the Cana- xlian Government, met the train there, arid had it held while they searched -the cars for strike-briakers, who were to Winnipeg under a contract with the C.P.R. to work in their shops. The search revealed a dozen men on board, who were to enter .Canada, in violation the Labor Act and.o regulations governing .the immi of 'aliens. The men wer the custody" Of the police ail but two, "after examination -admitted they were about to ente enthusiastic over j around Yarrow, Twin Butt.1, and a Liberal victory this year? Is it; Fishburn districts are talking tele- any wonder that the laboring men phone, and will probably make an ef- lined up the party: forfc to get the Government 'phone represents Laurier and Out their way. They talk about a tidal wave at the coniing election, v There will be one, and it will be in favor of progress that and progress'as has been so ably advocated and represented by Sir Wilfrid Laurier during wcek at Great FallSt Mont. They RAYMOND. Raymond, Oct. Ada Palmer was married to Clarence O'Brien last Herald (Ind. Lib.) CIRCUS DISBANDS. Toronto, Ont., Oct. Borden's party of travelling provincial politi- cians has disbanded. Mr. Hazen was the first to go home, and then Mr. had gone to Chicago for that pur- Roblin. returned Saturday, and are staying at Mr. O'Brien's home. The sugar factory opened for its fall run Saturday, Oct. top- ping season is now at hand. The people in Raymond are busy pulling and topping beets. Mrs. Smellie and daughter Mary have returned from the south. Mrs. Leigh B. Young, of Cardston, THE HOLY CITY Clarence Bennett's powerful and brilliant play in which HAROLD NELSON IS THE STAR This is ONE of the best at- tractions that ever visited the City Oliver's teeing Pel lift SEATS ON SALE AT USUAL PUCE BIG SURPRISE them over store ia 6. k, again TUKPIN FURNITURE CO. The Home Makers WANTED. Steady work' for married man or man and wif.1; both used to store work; no encumbrances. Apply to Harry Hamar, Gleiclien, Alta. 253-6 hi Youn WANTED married man, surveyed territory the Ian'' be described by sections, or lw gal subdivisions of sections, and uusurveyed territory the tract appli- ed for shall be Btaked out. Each application must be acconv i panted by a fee of which will if the rights applied for arc uoi available but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the flier- competent book-keeper desires position as hotel clerk, no experience. Wife experien- ced waitress. Location no object. Address M., C-o Lethbridge Herald. WANTED Young married man desires posi- tion. Well educated and willing to work at anything. Herald Offlo. Apply Box T., 253-6 WANTED. General servant.- Apply Mrs. Rooney, 418 Bartlett st. ,249-0 Che Star transfer Cab Hiring, Draying and Coal Delivery Ptione M5 Oice Olrrer's Hall WANTED. Wanted, position by young store or office; experienced. Apply Box D. 252-6 chantable output of the iiiine at the rate of five cents per ton. Every lnnsee o! coal mining righU which are not being operated shall furnish the district Agent of Domin- ioii Lauua with a swora statement to that effect at leaat once in each year. The lease will >uclude the coal mining rights only, but the leaee maj be permitted to purchase whateTW available surface rights may be con- sidered necessary for the working ol the mine at the rate of an acre. For full information applicatioa ohould be made 10 the Secretary the Department ci the laterioz, Ot-; tawa, or any Agent or Sub-Agent ol Dominion Lancta. W. W. CORY. Deputy Minister ot the Interior. publication ol WANTED Girl for confactionery department. Must be :smart and experiihced. Ap- ply Manager, Hudson's Bay Co. .52-0 TO RENT. Furnished cottage to rent for the month of October. Apply Box A.' 247-0 TO LET. Three unfurnished rooms; young men preferred. Apply at the fifth house from Westminster road, on Ar gyle Ave.; telephone in the house No. 189. 251-6 adTertisemeni will not M tor. TO RENT. Five-roomed furnished cottage to rent for 6 months; can have posses- sion 1st November. Apply 644 Crabb St. 251-6 FOR SALE. Betweed two and three cord of Al foundation stone, cheap. Apply E. N. Wakeley. 254-0 FOR SALE. Shack" for sale. Apply W. ''WiU: cocks, P.O. Box 436. 250-6 SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST HOMESTEAD REGU- LATIONS Any even numDerea ol Do- minion lands in Manitoba, Saakatcb- iewan and Alberta, excepting 8 and 26, nut reserved, be ed by any person who is the sole head oi a family, or any male brer 18 of age, to the extent "of ohe-quaites section of 160 acres or Application ior entry muat be in person by the applicant at.a Do- nunion Lands Agency or 8ub-Agencj tor the district in which the land situate. Entry by proxy may, how ever be made at an Agency on.certain conditions by the father, mother, FOR SALE. I Guitar-zither, in good condition. Ap- ply Box N, Herald Office. 247-0 Coal, Ice and t DRAYING Western Transfer Co. LONG BROS.Proprietors Office opposite Balmoral PH O N E' e3 FOR SAL6 Eight young pigs, s'ix weeks old and six young turkeys for sale. Apply to J. T. English Lethbridge, P. O. 253-6 M M FOR SALE Small bunch of cattle, upout 90 head, well bred and gentle. 20 choice fats 3 and 4 years, per head with- out calves; per head with calves. Apply to Lawyer Thompson, Pincher Creek, Alta. 24S-10 Ring Up 108 When you want DRAYING FOR SALE. A good team of horses daughter, brother or Biater of ai in- tending homesteader. The homesteader is required to per- form the homestead duties under one of the following plans: (1) At least six months' residence upon and cultivation of the land in each year for three years. _ (2) A homesteader may, ii he so" desires, perform the required reai- oence duties by living on fanning land owned solely hy himr not lew nan eighty (80) acies in extent, ia he vicinity of homestead. Joint ownership of land will not meet requirement. (3) If the father (or motker, if father ia deceased) of a homesteader baa permanent residence on farming land owned solely by him, not for sale; Done promptly and satisfactorily weight about Ibs. each. Apply J. F. Frame, the Drayman. 252-0 FOR SALE. A bay horse, good driver; 5 years old; weight about hundred 1 pounds; drive double or single. Ap- JOHN BRODIE: M ply C. Begin, near the Gas Well. 252-6 FOR SALE Lots 7 and 8 on Guinness Street CONGREGATION SELLS CHURCH. 137x127 each. Full particulars, from Wm. Carter, North Ward, or at Bent- Ottawa, Oct. sale of the Do-1 ley's Store. minion Methodist church to the C Ross Co. ior has ap- FOR SALE. j Shelving and counters. Apply F. proved by the church board, and tfie Kirkham, at I. M. Banks and Co.'s congregation will seek new quarters, j stand. PROPOSALS FOR NEW STATION, TENDERS FOR COAL. AND FREIGHT SHED AT tenders wlll bc by FERNIE. undersigned up to Saturday, the TENDERS will be received up to 10th October, 1903, for supplying and 18k Monday, October 19th, for build- delivering to the Lethbridge Protest- ___ ing'a new station and a new freight ant Public schools Two Hundred jfor shed at Fernie, B. C. Tons of Lump Coal, more or less, in Plans covering the work may bi such quantities and at such times as setn, cind other information obtained same will be required, at the office of the Superintendent or The successful tenderer will be call- Resident Engineer, C. P. By., at led on to furnish a bond of one hun- than eighty. (80) acres in extent, tbe vicinity of the homestead, or up- on' a homestead entered foi by him is tbe licinity, such homesteader perform hia own residence duties bj living with the father (or (4) The term "vicinity" lit the proceeding paragraphs in aefined M meaning not more than mue miles in a direct line, exclusive w the width of road crossed in measurement (5) A homesteader intending to perform his residence duties in cordance with the above. living with parents or on farming land own- ed by himself must notify the Agent for tbe district of such intention. Six months' notice in writing most be given to the Commissioner ol Do- minion Lands at Ottawa, of intention tc apply ior patent. W. W. CORI1, Deputy of the Minister of Interior. publication ol this advertisement will not be submitted on blanks furnished by the Company, and thi Company reserves the right to reject any and all bids. J. BROWNLKE, Superintendent. dollars with approved suritiesi for the proper performance of his- contract. The lowest or any tender not neces- sarily accepted. By BIG CROWD AT REGINA. Regina, Sask., Oct. was an immense assemblage in the Audi- torium rink tonight to hear the Hon. nnrt Cranbrook, Oct. 3, 03. order the Board. 250-121 B. BOWMAN, Secretary. L. M. JOHNSYONE Barrister and Solicitor Office adjoining Union Bank, Between Chin TWO CHOICE HALF SECTIONS ADJOININ THE .RAILWAY AND PER ACRE G See Bros. ithbridge ;