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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 12, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta .ETHMIDOI, ALMRTA, OCTOBER 12, Look for fob Tradenjrk THi; trademark every man ji 4 of foe hancUailored When he foA tk Fit-Reform -Wfcftth; he has found everything thai constitutes the tailoring. Clolh, workmanship, style, fit and arc included iu the guarantee that goes with this trademark. It k a good thing lo look for and a mighty good thing to you will always find it in the genuine Fit-Reform Suits and Overcoats, made by the founders in Canada of hand-tailored garments. DO WfLL FOR LAURIE R Suits and Overcoats, 15 to 50 MR. MAQRATM AT GLEICHEN McKELVIE NfcGUIRE Sole Agents for Taber Taber. Oct. the six months old son of Sir. and. Mrs. Jo- seph Haynes, died on the 8th inet. at bronchitis and '-heart trouble. dcr B. II. conducted-the service. .The niatiy friends of the young parents extend, to them their heart-felt sympathy in'-this; their hour of bereavement. Interment toot place in the city cemetery. Extremely sad and .iaipressivi; were tho funeral services conducted over the mortal 'remains of Helen, the year old daughter of Mr. and. Mrs. William Stfatton, at the resi- dence Thursday afternoon last'.' The Rev. J. R. Monroe had charge of the obsequies. The'unfortunate younff lady was suddenly attacked with a scx'ere case ol appendicitis, and after nn opera- tion at the Gait Hospital gradually sank ,until.death, relieved her of her ntense suffering. Helen was the old- est of seven children. D. W. Burns went to Lethbridge yesterday on business, and returned this morning on the flyer. Alterations' are; being made in. remodelling, of the original dining .room, of the Tnbci- hotel, by Prop- rietor .Tohn Carroll. His intention is to install at: once four new billiard uhcl pool tables which have been or- dered and arc daily exacted to ar- .'c. Winer and Edwards, paper-hang ers, decorators, and painters, are do- ing-excellent work; Enumerator G. W. Quibcli .is busy these days preparing the voters' list for the coming Dominion election. See. to it person- ally, that your names are and duly registered. Fin4t that Pea. Enthusiastic Both and Montreal, Oct. rlu a most op_ tirnistic frame of mind wtu Hon. Sydney Minister of Agricul- lure when spoken to 'this morning in regard to his recent-tours in N w Jkunswick and Ontario, "I have now been West as well as said Mr. Fisher, "and every- thing has conspired to make me feel certain that the Government will b returned by a large majority; In. of the serious slump from Lau. rier that Ontario is expected by the Conservatives, to show, I found our friends most insistent that we will hold our own if w? do not gain a few seats. "The estimate of twenty Liberals by Mr. George Taylor is sheer folly, We had thirty-nine in the last Par. lianient; and -unless all indications are awry, we VilL have at "least thir- ty-six in next. The interest taken in the Laurier and Fielding meetings was intense, and the meet- ings I addressed were marked by all that characterize the in.elings of a united and enthusiastic parly. You may take my- word for it, Ontario will do far better for Laurier than the Conservatives imagine. "Then, too, in New Brunswick, I found the Liberals insistent upon a large Government majority. Only-to- day a -leading member of the party eaid in all seriousness he expected Mr.-Pugsleyto carry tea of the thir- teen seats. Our reports from all parts of the Dominion point to an tic majority for the Government, my own estimate being between thirty and forty." Call.) C. A. Magrath, tin' Conservative candidate for this riding spent fro'n last Thursday afternoon until Sunday in and about' Mr. eame with the intention .of' Rosebud, Dor Any and points to held me tings, was very unfavorable, for travelling and lie decided to abandon iiis> trip for the time; While Kieire he lidd no pub- lic meetings but -topic the opportunity of meeting many farm r.s who were hauling.grain to town and personal- ly interviewing many other friends and electors.; gave the Call u pleas'ant visit ia town, but talked the eloc. ion farther than intimating that h considered his election on the 26th was quite safe..1 LETHBRIDGE -MAN WEDS (Calgary News.) Avery pretty wedding took place on Mpnday afternoon, .wheai Martjaret Francis Wilson was married to Mr. J. H. McNeil of Lethhridge, former- ly of Tborold, Ont. The cer.mony was p.-rformed by Re.Afr. Bennett and at the residence of the bride's paints on llenth avenuo eact. The brid'.y who was given her father, wore a becoming gown of white silk and lacs, and caried a beautiful bouquet, of white roses and lilies of the-valley. She I was attended by 3ier young sibt.r properly t X J who. loked very sweet, m a dsmtr A YOUNG MANAGER NO GOOD HUNTER will start out with a poor gun if he can help it. He can help it, and so can you. GET YOUR GUN here, and it will be a good one. We have many styles and prices, but you won't find a poor gun in the lot. AMMUNITION which we carry is of the best, and prices are right. Market to Mtl or real pbcc it M If you vnat isc thii 25e OM h 4 iieertiou for SI WANTED ljarty with horses and implements, to work on shares, 600 acres of land it-ar city. Address W., Box 336, ethbrMgf-. 50.1 Mr. Frank Woods, accountant of the Bahlt of Montreal at Calgary, lias been th- manager. brati'cb-''at Cardston, Alta. The new manager is tho youngest sou of Judge Woods of. this city, and a graduate of the" Collegiate Institute. He is only-29 years bkt, and is there- fore a young managr, though capable one notwithstanding. Thnt the land -ofAmerica aU Southern'Alberta Kift-ot .tlie briaegroom. Ihe bridegroom was supported by Mr: J HOME MADE Brown Cream was again demonstrated yesterday by the arrival of W. S. Smiley, liccoro- by' cigHteen real "land buyers, direct from the states of lliiinois, Towa and "North Dakota. Dofore. they _return to the States they will visit tho reno'wnetl fanning districts 6t Spring Coulee, Sfagrath, Cardston. Haymontl, and Stirling1. 'wore a handsome pearl scarf pin; the gift of the groom. ;After the' ceremony the hap. py couple left for 'Lethbridge where tlisy will reside. Clarence" Bennett'B powerful and n IS THE :STAR This is ONE Llie best nt- ver visited City DctlZtti SEAB OH SALE AT USUAL PLACE Mill Pan Loaf Made by tke Wst Bakers Only tke Wst Materials Used THE: s- St Phone iJl SCHWEITZER BROS., Pnpridm Raymond Next Ho or to Herald Office has already established an enviable reputation. Yon may well have the best. We invite comparison Meal Tickets.......36.00 Single Meals........So Weekly Board Rate. 5.CO Per Month.........20.00 McKelvie McGnire's Old Stand SHORT ORDERS.AT ALL HOURS Raymond, Oct. C. E. Site vens of Taber has taken up residence in Raymond. Mr. G. W. Green has built a fine ware house on the spur track be- the mill and the dupot. The Ellison Milling'Co-J Ltd., have shipped sacks ,of flour to China. .'Their trade with the Or- ient is "growing. JJaroId'.Xelson and his company appeared Thursday in "The Holy City" to a very large audience. The play was the best ever seen in Ray- mond. Before leaving the managers of. the new Opera Houses made ar- rangements with" his company to have Mr. Xels'on open the new house when it is completed. At the regular-meeting of the town council question of street cross- ings was" discussed at some langth, at tho conclusion of which the works and property, committee author- ized two crossings as a Ther will be two more street lights in- stalled at the corners of J. F. An- derson and Joseph "West's residences. was granted the Raymond Opera House Company, Ltd., to con- struct a plank walk from Brondway to the Opera House. The lake near Jos. West's residence will be convert-1 ed into a turnpike. There was a dance in the Raymond Hall last evening. The M. T. A will have an opening on Tuesday, Oct. 13th, at 8.30 o'clock. 'A programme has been ar- ranged to be followed by a dance. wno are present for the pro- gramme will dance but those' coming after the programme starts, will Ix; charged fifty cents. Program for Monday and Tuesday 4 Six Subjects Sensational Comedy Cyclisfs Comprising 3000'feet of 3 Ik SMI aid DaiCC'Artist finest picture films, also Miss Maud Booth Songs PRICES lOc and 15e Performances at 7.30 and 9 Watches we are giving a.-way at Wright's the Jewelor and save your coupons GUNSMITHS .ETHBRIDGE ALTA. High-class hifaiile asd Motiig Pictures LYCEUM THEATRE BROWN. UPP ..........Managers Week Oct. 12 TID formancts 115 pj. THE DIFFERENCE "Ladies, have you ever been at a quilting party? If yoa have, you will know that while women get their frames full wh.n the breaking up times comes, others only have done some part, and when you ask "why" you will find out that it is because they have gossiped instead of having worked. The Laurier ad- ministration quilts all the time, whii the Opposition gossips. 'Which do you prefer? A Govern, ment which does things, or an Oppo- sition which docs nothing but caV Geo. P. Graham. The 2 Ingrams Eccwtric hafcn WELSH Cradekafai Ckandcr J. W. Wallace Fidire Latest New Motion Pktarcs DfflRE CHANGE OF VAUDEVILLE MONDAYS AND THURSDAYS CkMfe if Pidwes and Fridays Don't fail to see the OPENING PERFORMANCE Admission-Adults 25c, Children 15c We have the teams and we're here to do the business Braying Contract Wort of all kinds promptly attended to You will do well to get our prices before placing your orders elsewhere Hayr Transfer Co. H. Hmyr and W. G. Hole, Props. PHONE 180 Che Star WANTED. General servant; must be able to o plain cooking. Apply Mrs. E. A. Cunningham. 255-6 WANTED. girl to do light housework, .pply Mrs. J. W. Bawden, corner Clyn and Courtland. 253-6 WANTED. By accountant out of employment, our or five seta of books to attend o terms according to amount of vork to be done, or position as book- keep r -with fair salary; first-class eferences. Apply Box 254-6 SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING ULATIOftS miainf righu of tbe in gMtotehevux, Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the Territories and Britiab ouy be leased (or a. term oi twenty-one years at an annual rental oi 91 au acre. Not more than will leaded to one applicant. Application for muai- be made to the Agent or Bub-Agent of the district in which the rifhta plied for are situated. in surveyed territory ihe lair' must be described by of W gal subdivisions of sections, and unsurveyed territory the tract Appli- ed for shall be staked out. Each application moat be aceoo) punied by a of which will refunded if the rifhis allied for art oot available but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the mer- chantable output of the uiine at tht rate of five per too. WANTED Young lady, as stenographer and Bookkeeper at once. Apply Box L., Hvrald Office. 251-O WANTED. Steady work for married man or man and both used to store work; no encumbrances. Apply to Harry Hamar, Gleichc-n, Alta. 253-6 WANTED Young married man, competent book-keeper desires position as hotel clerk, no experience. Wife experien- ced waitress. Location no object. Address M., C-o Lethbridge Herald. 253-6 I WANTED Young married man desires posi- tion. Well educated and willing to work at anything. Apply Box T., Herald Offlc.1. 253-6 Every huee of coal niiaiaf which ire oot being operated shall furnish the dutrict Agent of Domin- ion with a tworo itaiement to that effect at least once in each year. The lease will Include the eoal mining righta ooly, bui the letee maj be permitted, to puxchaM trbatevei surface may be con- sidered oeceMarj lor the working ol the dine at the rate of an: acre. For full information applieatioa should be made to the Secretary oi the Department of the Interior. Ot- tawa, or any Agent or Bub-Agent oi Dominion W. W. CORY. Deputy Minister of the Interior publication ot this advertisement will not be paid lor. WMNTED. General servant. Apply Mrs. F. Rooney, 418 Bartlett si. 249-0 WANTED. Wanted, position by young lady, in store or office; experienced. Apply Box D. 252-6 Moynihan Beardsley Cab Hiringj Draytng and Coal Delivery SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH WEST REGU- WANTED G-Irl for" coni-ctionery department. Must be smart and experi.-nced. Ap- ply Manager, Hudson's Bay Co. 52-O TO RENT. One large furnished room, suitable for two gentlemen.- For particulars ;fipply 1246 Borapas east of ;R.N.W.M.P. Barracks. 255.6 tone 305 Oice Oliver's HaH TO LET. Three unfurnished rooms; young men preferred. Apply at ttu fifth :house from: Westminster road, on Ar- gyle Ave. j telephone in the house, No- 189. 25 j Coal, Ice and I t Western Transfer Co. I LOKG BROS.Proprietors opposite Balmoral PH ONE 63 FOR SALE Fine Shorthorn milch cow. Good milker. Apply 626 Crhbb St., or P.O Box 171. 256.6 FOR SALE. Betweed two and three cord of Al foundation stone, cheap. Apply E. N. Wakeley. 254-0 Canada Western Chartered Corporation Ltd. Capital FOR SALE. Shack for sale. Apply W. Will- cocks, P.O. Box 436. 250-6 FOR SALE. A five room cottnge, acre lot, fruit trees and small fruits; faces on two streets. Apply W. H. Robson, 631 Crabb St. 254-6 Any even numbered aection ot Do- minion lands in Manitoba, Saskatch- ewan md excepting 3 aod 26, not reserved, may be homestead- ed by any person who ia the sole head of a family, or any male over 18 yean of age, to the extent of one-qnartei section of 160 acres more or less. Application for entry must be made in person by the applicant at a Do- ELinion Lands Agency or Sub-Agency tor the district in which the land it situate. Entry b> proxy may, how ever be made at an Agency on certain condition? by the father, mother, son, daughter, brother or lister of an in- tending homesteader. The homesteader ia 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 ID each year for three years. (2) A homesteader may, if he ao desires, perform the required resi- dence duties by living on farming land owned solely by him, not lew' than eighty (80) ucies in extent, in the vicinity of his homestead. Joint ownership of land will not meet thii requirement. (3) If the father (or mother, if the father is deceased) of a homesteader has permanent residence on farming Financial Agents. Fiscal Agents Brokers. for Roys! Collieries Ltd. AH Standard Stocks Handled HEAD B. C. FOR SALE Eight young pigs, six weeks old and six young turkeys for sale. Apply to J. T. English, Lethbridge, P. 0. 253-6 PROPOSALS FOR NEW STATION AND FREIGHT SHED AT FERNIE. TENDERS will be received up to 18k, Monday, October 19th, for build- ing a nrw station and a new freight shed at Fernie, B. C. Plans covering the work may b: seen, and other information obtained j at the office of the Superintendent or Resident Engineer, C. P. Ry., at Cranbrook, B. C. Proposals must be sxibmitted on blanks furnished by the Company, and th; Company reserves I the right to reject any and all bids. J. BROWNLEE, Superintendent. Cranbrook, Oct. tf, 03. 250-12 FOR SALE Small bunch of cattle, aoout 90 head, well bred and gentle. 20 choice fats 3 and 4 per head with- out cnlvts; per head with calves. Apply to Lawyer Thompson, Pinclier Creek. Alta. 248-10 FOR SALE. A good team of horses for sale; about Ibs. each. Apply J. F. Frame, the Drayman. 252-0 FOR SALE. A bay horse, good driver; 5 years weight about eleven hundred pounds; drive double or single. Ap- land owned solely by him, not leaa than eighty (80) acres in extent, ia the vicinity of the homestead, or up- on a homestead entered foi by him the licinity, homesteader may perform his own residence duties bj living .with the father (or C4) The term "vicinity" m two preceediug paragraphs in uefined M meaning not more than ume miles in a direct line, exclusive oi the width of road allowances crowed in the measurement. (5) A homesteader intending to perform residence duties in ac- cordance wKh the above while living with parents or on farming land own- ed by himxilf must notify the AftnV or the district of such intention. Six months' notice in writing ntut be given to the Commiaakmer of Do- minion Lands lit Ottawa, ot intention to %pply for patent. W. W. CORY, Deputy of tht Minteler of UK Interior. publication ply C. Begin, nenr the Gas Well. 252-f FOR SALE. Lots 1 and S on Guinness Street .37x127 each. Full particulars from Wm. Carter, North Ward, or at Bent ley's Store. 251-6 ol thie adTortiscraent will not be for. WANTED Party with horses and impl mcnte, to work on shares, 600 acres of land nour city. Box 336, Leth- bridge. 257-5 1 REWARD _____ Lost one biy horse, branded on right hip. Last soon at Chin Cou- lee. Apply Robt. Henderson, City. 257.5 FOR SALE. Shelving and counters. Apply F. Kirkham, at I. M. Banks Md Co.'s old stand. L. M. Barrister and Solicitor Office adjoining Union Bank, tMyr Between Chin TWO CHOICE HALF SECTIONS ADJOINING See THE RAILWAY AT AND Woodpecker PER ACRE Bros. Ott Block Lethbridge ;