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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 23, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta UTHiftlOQt, AUtUTA, FRIDAY. tt. Money Every Fit-felon Suit and Overcoat is sold with thttdbtift it mint give complete satisfactiaa or you nay return it and get your money. Raymond Oil- Thk is what the Fit-Reform trademark to you, so you can realize the importance of getting Suits and Overcoats bearing the bitle wreath shown above. "Satisfaction or money is the slogan of 'Fit-Reform.1 Oct. R. A. weut to Magrath today on and will return this evening, Timmons, of the Mason .fc BiMcn 1'iauo Co., Calgary, is In ton'u 5 of Pickett fc "Savage, Calgary, is in town on 'ThQTA. it. 1., whkfc is at Eayuvond at 4.40 p.m., was delayed in going to Cardsion about five hours by and therefore not arrive iu Uaynioud last evening un- til 7 :-The-moving; picture show which was hare last did not.amount to much; The B.C. Society wi U gi ve a dance in the meeting Chouse Friday Color, FUvor, Fn 'ft tie Btroog of Suits and Overcoats, to MIJ lartrt to WhM yw MytMgf M rMt flace H tfcfc ctfcM. M yw wart itftUif II ENGINEER WANTED An experienced ploughing engineer with papers, wanted. -Apply to John McCann, Bompas street, west of the Baseball grounds. McKELVIE McGUIRE Sole AgcnU (ot Ldhbodge. Mrs; Eraest Wynder and children of Cardston, will arrive tonight to visit ter mother Mrs. T.Uavies. There has been almost a coal fa- mine for; the past few days. Xany families are without coal and cannot 0et any in town. Wilt Card left for the B. Y. U. Provo. i There is to be a meeting tonlgnt to consider'.the amount of taxes to levy on land north of town, which has lately been brought, into the Ray- mond School District. The infant son of H. Christiansen has been ill for the post few days, but- is now better. the wife ol Neils Jensou, daughter. tAM LAL'S PURE TEA HIGH, CLEAR COLOR, DELICIOUS FLAVOR have made it hot to of friewfc; Are YOU one yet IT IS PURE! POSITION WANTED Bf young married man, work on farm, or to rent farm that stocked up. Apply Box R. S., Herald Office. 264-6 Ram LU'i Tea it Sold only ia UthbriJfc by ITHE BENTLEY co. LTD Colemah -getting thin, sir. Ever tried our hair preparatfon, sir'? I can't blamo it on] Transcrrpt. NO YELLOW STREAK Chas. Peta (ft Co. Horseshoen and General Blacksmiths Coteman, Oct: Wilson, who owns a ranch immediately to the north of the town, returned home on Saturday-night last. Kr. Wilson lias been absent for about six months t? on a prospecting trip in northern Bri- Prince Rupert, an account-oC held to determine how best to get of of a'yellow colony. Wedncfiday here composed. and Hdntyre and sister niade on Tueilay to Cow re- EAST OF TAYtOP MILLS _......___________ Work done promptly efficiently membership oath of the Society of .White .Pioneers, a society ,organ- and Miss Mcln- I and rare visiting arrived oa nfrew, Out. at the aiclntyrc It Pays to VEGETABLES WANTED one ton carrota; one ion 1-2 ton beets; cabbtfes. Quote price or apply to J. Brown cCo. READ I STORE 4W ROUND STREET 1 have been open Jhertf for one year and even now peo- ple say that they did not know oi' my store. Let me- help you to locate it. Look down Bound street and amongst the signs you will see a' big my- sign. --Walk along store with, dirty windowjs, but full of good my store. Walk inside" and- -you- will be welcomed by a 11, sickly looking sucking congh that's me. t FRANK WAppmGTON 410 Round St. take, the membership every man in the' halL stood up. an hour the oath had been taken and subscribed to by over one today Prince Rupert has close to one hundred-and 'fifty men who have sworn and subscribed to the following "That I am opposed to, the-admis- sion of laborers into Canada, and-that'I will not employ Asiatic ,coplie laborers as long, as, I resident of of doing business in'Comox-Atlin district, "That I will net-vote Jor any can- didate Municipal, Provincial or Dominion office district who employs Coal, Ice and Western Transfer Co. LONG BROS.Proprietors Office opposite Balmoral PHONE 03 severed his connection with the West Canadian Collieries office staff at and has accepted a posi- tion in the office of the International Coal Coke Co. here. A short time ago while construct- ing a new road near McLaren's camps at Crow's Nest Mountain eome noticed a-pair of antlers protruding from beneath the "roots of a tree a very small portion 'of which, were to above'the After much work in cutting down and digging away- roots the pair were secured and were to be good state of pres- Oar Bakery iVweli named for we aim to ft. model. in every department. We endeavor to have oor bread nutritious, and tatty cakes and pastry cf .all kinds always on hand. Fruit delivered in any quantity All supporters of C. A. Magrttfc whose names are not on the list are requested, to the Conservative committee rooms. Room 14, Whitney Block. P. J. McKBOWK, Steretary. WANTED Heavy team, sound and; .young Cheap for Box W., Her- aid Office. WANTED. Good general servant. Apply 1519 Dufferin St., or Box 1364, Cityi WANTED By two young ladies, two a bedroom and a sitting trally located, well heated and with modern conveniences. Apply. Box W., Herald. 265-O WANTED ,Two dining .room- girls. Apply Chow Sam's Restaurant. IMA COAL MIMIMQ RfQ flawing rifbu of the in Hutioba, tbi Yukon Taniiory, ttw aud British Coluroia, U terra of yean at an annual rental oi f 1 Not more than wili be leaMd to one. applicant. Awlicaittc toe a mttfti U md? to the or Sub-ifml ol district in which the plied ior are situated, In territory the lair' be described by or gal ftubdivuiccs of and ia UDftttrveyed territory-the txacl fid tor iball tlaked out. fiach application must be aceom by a oi io, which will if the righta ior art uol available but not otherwise, i royalty shall be paid on the, jaer- caanUulti output of the uiioe at UM of five per ton. Every of coal mining rigfcu vhieb cot being operated shall Jurciah the district Agent of. Domin- ion Lands with a eworn gUtemeat U effect aVleact oace io each year. The will delude the eoal mining rights the letee may >c rermitted. to purchaaa surface .righto may be con- sidered ueceMary for the working oi tu oine at rate of 110 an acre. For full: iaiociiMition inold bt made to th6 Secretary ol Ikfurtment cf Interior. Ot tawa, or any Agebt or Domioion lADdi. W. W. GOBY, TO RENT A furnished Toom modera. 512 Round Bt. to rent, 266-2 WANTED To or cottage. P.O.Box 607. NOTICE I am prepared to take in horses by the month or plenty of pas- ture, straw stacks and water. Ap> iply at Heraelryks farm, 6 miles east 'of "town or address Jos. Fielding, Lethbridge., WANTED arm open tof accet- work coolie From their size "it was Concluded .that'the animal niust have aborerfi, and'who will not "openly de? tb'at he is opposed tne_ im- migration bl Asiatic and that f-ekctcd he will on every-occasion vote for their exclusionTiromi Canada and oppose their employment on any Civic, or. work within said district." The "Society of Pioneers has no officers; expenses whatever; loldi no meetings; makes no noise; maiRS no threats. Its members sim- ply, five "up .io_ the oath they have and ill doing so quietly and unit to accom- plish the object lor which trie society was The ant decorate the. roof junk house of McLaren's No. of the camp The new addition to the Cameron Block .'is being pushed forward1 vigor The, frainc work is up and has'been almost entirely boarded in Mrs. Gardiner of Frank, spent par ot the week in visiting Mrs O.W. Benedict. SCHOOt Die- TRUST NO. II APPLICATIONS-in writing, will be received, by the-undersigned up to R p.m., on Tuesday, the 27th day ,of i October, 1908, tor the position of care- taker for the-Oentral and Kindeif ten Schools. Salary per month C. B. BOWMAN, Secy.-Trcas LORD MILNER SPOKE; Toronto, Ont., Oct. Mil- ner spoke at ihe -Upper Canada Col- lege prize dfty proceedings von tional; matters. He regretted that in England some school teachers appear- ed scarcely, efficient. NOTICE After the 3lst day oi October, .1908 all accounts owint -Electric" Co, Ltd.. will be .turned to their solicitor for Order. Che Star GREAT CROWD HEARS SI FTON Brandon, Man., Oct. seat in the great auditorium of the Bran- don "winter fair building was occupi- ed by thousands, and upon hundreds stood about "the waHs, in the aisles and on every bit of floor space available to hear Hon. Mr.. Sifton discuss the the present campaign. CHOIR FOR CANADA Sheffield, Eng., Oct. great excitement, cheering and singing of "God Save the and "0, Can- the" Sheffield choir left here by special train _this morning" to board the steamer Grampian, which is due at Montreal November 2nd. Western Chartered Corporation Ltd. 1 Capital Financial Agents. Fiscal AgenU for Royal LU. collection. B 259-1 Deputy Minister of the Intertai N publication 0t will not be paid tor. pairiug houseti, fitting; asVs and porches and. other f carpentering. Apply P. 0 302 or at Keyes old stand, Smith Bt. WANTED., -Wanted at once, young girl for ight housework. Apply Mrs. W. C- Ivcs. WAKTED Young girl for light housework. Apply 715 Dufferin St., _26Q-C- BOY WANTED Position and home ior good boy, twelve years of age to make himaelf useful and-to "go to school. Apply Box D., Herald Office. SALES AGENTS WANTED cent 136.00 per week or profit. All samples, stahonery andt synopsis ;OF CANADIAN NORTH WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any "person who is the sole head f a fMQily, or any male over 18 years vmay homefitead a quarter-section available land-in Man i- toba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. The applicant must appear in person -it the Dominion Lands Agency or Bub Asency for the district. Entry ay proxy may be made at' any agency on certain conditions, ,by father. mother, son, daughter, brother or fer of intending reiidenee upon cultivation of .the land in of A, bbmeateader .may live within, nine nailaa of hU homs- on a farm of at Icaat 80 bolely owned and occupied by him father, mother, wn, daughter, TENDERS TENDERS will be received .by the undersigned until noon Saturday, ten be All Standard We have inaugurated a new schtdr uU of at Bijou, 5c and lOc. SENTENCED TO HANG Vancouver, B. C., "CXA. tence ol death was pronounced to- night on John the negro who murdered his colored paramour Mrs. Jenkins last summer. He will hang on December 18. Cab HiriAf, Drayiftg Coal Delivery Ofce ABSENT JUNDED BEGGAR They tell rather a good story ab- out an absent mindted dentist in neighboring city. A young lady whom he had long but secretly admired to him one day to have a molar extracted lie administered the proper anaesthe- tics and sci to But when th fair damsel recovered consciousness she found that he wna slowly bu steacfily pulling out one "pearly after another, saying dreamily ns li looked at each: "She loves me! lovos me A Mexkan at Ly tonight. Don't miw it. HEAD B. C. 1908, for the erection of ton scales at' the City Market. ._ Plans and 7, may. seen at .office of city engineer. VC. MT. ARNOLD, City Engineer; WARM NO At a very small expense you can make your boue as warm as though it NO GOOD HUNTER will start out with a poor gun if he can help "it. He can help it, and so can here, and it will be a good one. We have many styles and but you won't find a poor gun in the lot. AMMUNITION which we cany is of tfic best, and are right. HOWARD CASE CO. QUNSMITHS LCTHBRIDGE ALTA. PUBLIC NOTICE art catalogue free. _ We want one permanent agent in this locality for the? largest picture and frame Chouse in America, Experience- We instruct you how to sell our goods and capital. If you want ;a honorable prp- Btable .petition, write us; today, for catalogues .And ,-saniplea. Frank .W.. Williams.'Company, 12U W. Taylor St., 111. 286-4 Sittinjs the Distrkt. Court of trict Lrth- b.'idfe SALE A six-roomed cottage, 2-roomed ihack, stable, hen house and 5 lots 'or sale in North Ward: Apply to 265-6 Sprout; Lethbridge. is a durable covering made from the best ected woolen rags, and can be put on the walls by Write For Free Sample Seridinc name of your dealer to FIU J. L Oil B. AQENTe MAN. For sale locally by all lumber dealeii BABY Experience teaches, so we should know writhing Uby camagw aud go-cart, Look at our display in our complete line of Spring! are the and.f you the strong combination of nave ne> 'QUALITY and PRICE yon will find in this rtore the tmett Vmd of valtw. TURPW FURNITURE CO, The Home Makers The sittings of. the District Court and the District Judge's Criminal Court of the .District, of Lethbridge during the year, 1909. will be held at the. places and on.the dates given be- low, for the trial of. actions and the disposal ot any civil -business which may properly be brought before the said Court. LETHBBIDGE-. Commencing: -Tuesday, January 3ftth. Tuesday, February 23rd. Tuesday, March 23rd. April: 27th. Tuesday, May 25th. Tuesday, June 22raL Tuesday, September 38th. Tuesday, October 26th. Tuesday, November 23rd. Tuesday, December 14th. RAYMOND- January. 19th. Tuesday, April SOth Tuesday, September 7th. Tuesday, November 16th. Wednesday, January 20th. B Wednesday, April 21st. Wednesday, September Bth. Wednesday, November 17th. Thursday, January 21 st. Thursday, April 22nd. I Thursday, September 9th. i Thursday, November JSth, (TABER- Tucsday, February 9th. Tuesday, May llth. Tuesday, September ilst. Wednesday, December 1st. Tuesday, Tuesday, June Friday, September 84th. Tuesday, December 7th. S. B, WOODS, Deputy Attorney General. DATED October 19th, 1908. FOR SALE Three typewriters. Apply Western Stationery Co. FOR: SALE 10x12 tent, 3 foot wall; tent-stove; district) a homesteader a good standing may pre-empt quarter-section alongside nil home- cei. Price per acre. Duties. reside monthi in each of six years' from date of homeatead entry (including the time required to earn homestead cuHrrate fifty acres extra A homesteader who exhausted rus-homestead right and cannot ob- a -pre-emption may take a." pur- chased homestead in certain Price per acre. reside sir mouths in each oi three. years, cultivate fifty acres and ereet. a house worth W. W. COEY, Deputy of the Minister of the Intcrtcc. publication this advertisement will not be paid for. double spring cot; .one minute wash bearing wringer, on standards; Shorthorn .cow. :Apply :B. H. Van Spanckeren, FOR SALE South African for sale. Apply J. McGovern, Windsor Hotel, or F. O. Box 180. FOR Second-hand upright cash. Apply 301 BompM Bt. 9634 FOR SALE. two and. ihxee cord of Al foundation .cheap. Apply N. Wakcley. FOR SALE A five room cottage, acre tot, fruit trees and .small faces on two streets. Apply W. H. Robson, 131 Crabb St. FOR QUICK SALE piano for cash. Splendid value, must have the money. Apply Box 8. T., Heral Office One four roomed hooae on Wes- miaatcr Road aomh of Courtland St. Apply Mr. C- C. Edwards. Canadian Pacific Railway Are yau contemplating a trip to THE ORIENT, HONOLULU, AUSTRALIA NEW ZEALAND Are yon contemplating a trip U CALIFORNIA or any Pacific Coast Point Or a trip to Winnipeg, Detroit, St. Paul, Chicago, Bftaton, Ntw York, Or any European point thought of. This line'is equipped with unexcel- led first class coaches, tourist and standard and dining cars, coupled with safety, speed and com- For folders and. complete informa- tion apply to J. T. GRAHAM, Agent, J. E. Dhtrkt Agent, Calgary, Alta. TO RENT Two furnished rooms. Apply to Mrs. Robert Harvie. opposite Athletic Grounds LOtT. A photograph of a lady. Finder please return to Herald and reward. 2154 AmXATIOKS FMl ELGCTHC LOT requiring for Electnc Light supply will call at the City Office and sign a form of application for same, GEORGE W. ROBINSON, ;