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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 27, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta i The man, who thinks he can't afford to be well dressed, certainly ought to 6nd out the prices for ct Prom ess Brand Sold and Guaranteed br McRELVIE McGUIRE. Taber Raymond Tttber, Oct. The town is truly inteeted with petty thisvciV., The robbing of hen- rootta hives occurs too often, while none of tbo apparently, are caught. enthusiastic party eiffhtoen land buyers from tfiei States, arrived on Friday, accompanied by" W. F. Smiley or St. Minn. Mr. George1 Ketchmark, electrician, arrived this morning at" four o'clock from Edmonton, where be has been laboring for the, past two, months: Mrs. Ketchmark, iu the meantime, moved from their former home at- the Canada West Coal Co.'s 'to Taber. He, riot knowing the locality of her new residence, vainly tramped the streets for about four hours, before" finding the object of his affinity. s The new C.P.R. freight office'is now completed equipped with all hec- osaary furniture and appliances. distribution awTreceptiou of all local freight will.pass through his depart- ment. After no absence of twenty-six1 years Prop. 7John CurrolL of 'the Taber Hotel 'leaves, tomorrow- morn- ing- ori the Soo 'Spokane Hudson, Wisconsin, the his birth, to spend one month visiting relatives and old time frienus. Mr. D. W; Burns will of the-hotel during his absence. A time" is reported as Kaying taken place at Woodpecker on elec- tion day. Not until the" sua had well approached its western horizon did the atmosphere cool in thatv lo- cality. _ Raymond, Get, Mitchell of Stirliug, spent Sunday with> Jfrs Cameron. Miss Thompson of Provo, is in. Raymond fora few Mr. Oeo.. Qraen left last week for Utah. FJe expects to return to Ray- mond soon bringing his wife and children. ilrs. Andersen has returned from Utah. K. The Old Chief Cafe, which opened last week, served an excellent dinner yesterday. Jfius Abbot leaves JLoday for. High Hiver. Her father left a few days ago Vbotographing outfit TheyCwiH-- open upw an otBce Clarence Ostlund spent Sunday- with his parents in Stirling. Misses Mattie and Hattie "Clark and their brother from Stirling spent Sunday in Raymond. Chester Asplin, son of O. Asplin, is 11 with typhoid fever. Miss Ijexta Hodeback, is homes from Cardston where she has been visiting her Xeils Ostlund is in town on business .today. The Sunday evening session 01 the C- JT. S. Church "last r evening was held, under the charge cf the Seven- ties. The following programme was ftCV, (Si, Mary's Hill tne home of Mr W, Atkinson, was the scene of a very >rctt> event on Saturday, October 17th, the occasion being the ruar- of sister, Mist H, Emily to "Rev. Alfred A. Lytle, of The ceremony was [jerformcd by the Rev. NT. Me- Caums, of St. Mfl.ry'n. AH the sublinac strains wtohu's wedding march, played by Miss Serena Atkinson, sister of the bruiu, iloated through, the rooms, the bridal party entered and took their places beneath the arch of evergreen and crysantheumms. The bride gowned in Brussels net over wHitositlc1 with veil and carry- ing K, bouquet of white chrysanthe- mums was given away by her brother Mr. W. A. She was attend ed by her fcUter, Miss Isabel, dressed1 iu white silk mull aud Valenciennes hu-e, who carried a bouquet of pink. erysatiLheioums. The little Misses Maileliue and'lmxdele Hyland, nieces of the bride, acted as flower'girl and ring bearer and were diesscd in pale blue mull: trimmed with d'ichessc sa- tin was support- ed by his brother, Mr. J. G. Lytlc, of Listowol. After congratulations the guests Color, Flavor, Fragrance are the strong of 1AM LAL'S PURE TEA It's BICH, XJLEAR COLOR, fresh FRAGRANCE and DELICIOUS FLAVOR have made it tosts of friendt. Are YOU yet? Market Place ym it to H nil tfcft for SI WANTED By experienced young lady, pos- tion as general servant or housemaid. Apply to Box X, Herald. 368-6 IT IS PURE! WANTED Hotel, one chain barmaid and woman for house clean ing. 268-0 ilberU. Jea is Sold only in Lctkbridge by THE BENTLEY CO. LTD o'clock. M appointed timi the WANTED repaired to the dining room which was beautifully decorated for the! occasion with yeltow crysanthemums and myrtle, where a recherche lun- cheon was served during which music was furnished by an orchestra. The groom's gift to the bride was a set'of mink furs, to the maid of honor a gold cross and chain, and to the (lower girls signet rings. The bride's going away gown was brown velvet with hat to "match. -The many-beautiful presents testi- fied to the high esteem in which the young people are held Mr. and Mis, Lytle left oil the ev- ening train for To'ronto where they wtjL spend a few days, niter which they will go to home in, Leth- bride entered oa her father's arm. j _ A Apply to She wore a pretty traveling suit of H. Mewburn. navy blue siripedVcloth, opening over white' large hat Mrs. F. 268-6 in blue himmed with ruchings' of-gilk Mid plumes. She carried a bVuquet roses and lilies of the bridesmaida were Mits Alice. Johnson, sister of LETHBRIDGE P. TRICT P. SCHOOL DIS- POSITION WANTED By young married man, work on farm, or to rent farm that is stocked up. Apply Box R. Si, Herald Office. 264-6 WANTED To house containing seven or eight rooms, without furniture. Apply Box A, Herald. 267-6 WANTED IVMOPtlt Of OOAL MINING ULATIOMt oiatec rffkM 'M Ihc in lUaitoU, BMkatahcvfta the Yukoe Terrilory, Territories tod British be term ol at arj anniul ol an acre. Not more thM IJIO vill be to Application lor uude to Agent oc Bub-AfMt of dklhet in whiob the rifbU plied for uituAied. la iurveyed terriiofy >he Ian-' mtut be detcribied bf Reetiooj. or W gal of and uoaurveyed territory the tract appl: ed lor shall be staked oat. Each application must be aeooot puttied by a oj which will refuoded if the righu applied lor are not trailtible but not other wiM. A royalty shall be on the mer- chantable output of the Jiine tt tbe 'ate of five per voo. Every I'-wee of coal miuiug which are not beihf ihall furnish the difclrict Agent of Oooiio- ion Ljiudu with a sworn tUtement to that 'effect at rleitst oace in year. The will >uclude tbe coal APPLICATIONS in writing will be received by the undersigned up to 6 p.m., on Tuesday, the 27th day of the Geraldine October, 1906, rfor the position of care- S. Orrr sister rot ik'ifbride.. The taker for the Central and Kindergar- mer was gowned in cream rajah with large carried red. carnations mmidenhair Ore's of cream voile trimmed with with hat of blue j and gold. acted as best man. -1, The gifts to" were many ten Schools. Salary per month. C. B. BOWMAN, 264-6 Dvn't Dainty in 'somethinf new. Dorm tonight bridge, nipeg. via Chicago and Win- rendered: congregation; pray- er; singing, choir; song, Misses -B. Fisher ,and Rodeba'ck; recita- tion, Mrs. Jacobs; piano solo, Mrs. sbng, Seventies quartet; Itfattie Clark; song, 'prayer. TO LIVE "IN LETHBRIDGE. (Winnipeg Free Press.) The marriage took place, yesterday in St. 'Peter's church of Miss Mary Elizabeth Orr, daught r of Mr. and Mrs: 358 and Willianf H'.'Johnson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Johnson, of 735 Furby By two young ladies, two a bedroom and a sitting trally located, well heated and with modern, convenienc.-s.. Apply Box W., Herald. 265-O WANTED Two'.dining room giris.j Apply Chow Sam's Restaurant. 264-0 WANTED To rent comfortable furnished house or cottage. Apply P.O.Box 607. 285-6 NOTICE After the 3lst 'day of October, 1906; any beautiful, ajnoioftt them being a all accounts owing to the Lethbridge solid silver tea from her late' Electric Co, Ltd., will be turned over business associates'or the J. H. Ash-J to their solicitor for t-ollection. By down some from old Order. 259-16 friends in Corfc, Irelind. After, the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Johnson 1 ftj by the 1120 train-for their future home in Good .WANTED. general servant. miuing only, but the may be re'Guiited to purchase whatever avuiluble auriaoe rights may be ecu- idered necessary for the working of tie mine st the rate of an acre. For full iuformatiOD bonld bfe Secretary ol he Department clths Interior, Ot awn. or any or Sub-AtepK ol )omiuiou Ijiudi. W W. CORY. Deputy Minister of the Interior publication ol Apply 1519 Duffcrin St., or Box 1354, City. 265-0 NOT ret Street. The ceremony ed by Rev. Mr. Fea, parish, set was perform- rector of the being 10.30 GRAYSON SCOLDS THE THE GREAT FIGHT IN OHIO. La- Both Look to Labor; DOT'S Glum. Columbus- noble old Democratic statesman "Al- len G.r Thurman, used to sar the Republicans are hell on the home stretch." Well, it surface indications are to be accepted the Republicans will'hare to do of homer stretching between now and election day to save "this-State for to elect JG6r. Harris to the'seat be now occupies of the death "of Gov. Democrat. The State has cast its vote for a -Democratic candidate for Presi- dent. In 1892 one Cleveland elector scraped in by a fluke. It was in that year that the--Australian ballot was first operative, _and there was or less confusion over it. "President CompfaU change, of program at tht Lycoum. Abo John Burns, Cabinet LiboV- London; Oct. Grayson, 'the "Socialist member of tho House of Coinraons, who was suspended j Ohio, Oct.- who was'publicly denounced! r by James Kifr Bardie, as a useless and "irresponsible person, his orijpue wag tonight in fine frenzy. Addressing of nominally un- omployed men, the bulk of whom were, really'street idlers, in a poor districLof Ixiudon, he violently let off liis spken against the Socialist Labor members who 8 id -not support him in the House. _ in particular John Btirnarpresident of the Local Govern- ment Board, and the" King. Mr Burns is' visiting the King at Sand- ringham, and this circumstance prompted Gfayson to say: Burns ig in his proper- position tonight, flunkey to useless parasite.' Complete entire at ths I am'prepared to take" in horses, by _____the month or season, plenty of pas- 1 ture, straw- stacks., and water. Ap- program piy at Hemelryk's farm, 6 miles east town or address Jos. Fielding, BOY WANTED Position and. home for good boy twelve years'of age to make himael useful and to go to school. Appl; Box D., Herald Office. 260-0 Lothbridge. 261-12 Harrison captured tbe remaining 22 electors by the measly pluraliiy o It was the labor vote which in that year came w4thin an acj of breaking the record of the State in Presidential elections. It is the labor vote which this year is the conspicuous factor in the State, and which, according to surface; indications, is aligned with Bryan. Strange how good that word seems, bat act half as good the original meal at liie Boston luncti NEn TO AtLWGTOfl BOTEL BARONESS ROAD WARM NO PMTERM At email expense you can make yonr hone as warm'as though 'it were WANING are'hereby warned not- to us? sharp to chop the ice, on the cement walks. vJBv-order in -G. W. ROBINSON, f 963-6 thi- tor. will net be SALES AGENTS WANTED per week or 400 per cent profit. "Allv samples, statiotiery, an art catalogue free. We want one permanent iagent in this Jlocality for the largest picture and.frame house in America Experience unnecessary. instruct you how to sell our goods and furnish the capital.., If you want a permanent, honorable and pro- fitable, position, write "us today for particulars, catalogues and samples. Frank W. Williams 1214 W. Taylor St.x Chicago, HI. He urged those who .were -starring jirhosc families were starving t steal from those TKiho had food. H appealed to his hearers to accompany him and Invade the House of Com- wons to put the fear of God into the hearts of the members. GrAvsoh, who is hardly more than a boy, is a political laughing stock, but he may succeed in achieving the martyrdom of arrest for his speech. Don't mlw Emerson and, Vanhorn in their farce, "The First ig a durable covering made from the best sel- ected woolen rajBK and can be put on the walls by J Write For Free Sample Sending name of your dealer to QL SOJ-El For sale locally by all lumbers dealers- STRAY DOGS Any. "dog found astray in the i.f Lethbridge without a proper dog tag will be impounded and prosecution nder the by-low No. 6. relating to logs will follow. GILLESPIR, Chief- of Police. Don't mite, Emerson and Vanhorn in their musical farce, "The First Rehearsal." ;x OF CANADA Pnflii EZCCM in the TJu'ioii Bank, evoi tb "ugh you arc likely to need it again raonth or two. It will be. safer in Bank than in your keeping, and will bt earning Interest at highest cttirent rate, compounded 4 limes a year. A SlftafS ActlMlt however smtil, is a start towards wealth, and this is the time of the year to be'gin one, when money is coming in freely. Our JlM ACMMl very convenient, 11 is opened in the names of two members of of aay tleposit or withdraw money whea in town. J. R. Manager. THE: loodhall-Davidson Co. Ltd. SHH KTAL CWrTMOOIS, AND JOWB Ave now located in the new Block, Grabb Street And are prepared to give piomptawd careful attention to all orders and inqairiea regarding fchl Own, Ctmplci 1m, Eanlrwfk, Shed etc Coani Afots Pent ECMNTJ ml Tictor Firuces u Contractors arc invited to inyestigate our Prices and Stock 142 P.O. Bar 627 FOR SALE J 10il2 tent, 3 foot wall; tent stove; double spring cot; one minute wash machine, ball bearing, wringer on standards; Shorthorn cow. Apply B. H Van iSpanckeren, 626 Grabb St. PUBLIC NOTICE Sittings of the District Court of the Dis- trict of Ltth- FOR SALE OR TO LET 7-room "-house, 50 x 20, with stable in d coach hay rshed, chicken house 30 x 16, and 40 chickens :with- n hali .a mile of the 'cer.tre of the city Price aid office. Apply Box M., Her- 267-3 SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any persdii who is the f a family, or any male over 18 yeara may homestead a quarter-section available Dominion land in! Mani- Saskatchewan or The .appear .in .person it ;the Dominion Lands: Agency or Sub Agency for the.- dUtiict. Entry by proxy may be TOadc at any agency on certain cpnditiona, by father, mother, 80n> daughter, brother or ?w fer. of intending homesteader. Duties montha' residence upon cultivation of the land in of three years. A homesteader live within nine miles ol hia horns- stead on a farm, of ;at 80 solely owned and occupied "by him or by his father, mother, son, daughter, brother sister. In a homesteader in good standing may .pre-empt quarter-section alongside his home- stead. Price per acre. "Duties. reside six months in each of six years from date homestead entry (including the time required SALE South African Veteran _Scrip 'for sale. Apply J. McGovern, Windsor Hotel, or P.O. Box 180. 269-6 FOR SALE Second-hand upright piano, terms cash. Apply SOI Bompas St. IT'S A BIG SURPRISE To everyone looking over our stock of floor coTeringv. Yon won't believe ypm our new stock that there'is such a display of in Southern Alberta. Yon inspect our Carpn and soeaaily oh the overhead only takes a few minutet. Our last shipment of Rugs, Sqnares ar.d Linoleum from :the old couutry is opened np; It will pay yon to took them over now the gootlt at the prices onr assortment every day. Yon wont to.walk" the plank to get to onr is o. k. agam TUHPW FURNITURE GO. Home Makers The sittings of the District Court and the .District Judge's Grimma Court of 'the District >of Lethbridge during the year 1909 will be held at the places and on the date? given be low for. the trial -of actions .and the disposal of any civil business ..which may properly be brought before th said Court. Commencing: Tuesday, January 26th. .Tuesday, February 23rd. Tuesday, March 23rd. Tuesday, April 27th. Tuesday, May 25th. Tuesday, June 22ad. Tuesday, September 28th. Tuesday, October Tuesday, November 23rd. Tuesday, December 14th. RAYMOND- Tuesday, January 19th. Tuesday, April 20th Tuesday, September 7th. Tuesday, November 16th. Wednesday, January 20th. Wednesday, April 21st. Wednesday, September 8th. Wednesday, November 17th. j Thursday, January 2Ut. r Thursday, Thursday, September 9th. Thursday, November 18th. TABER- Tuesday, February 9th. Tuesday, May Tuesday, September Slsl. Wednesday, December 1st. WARNER- Tuesday, March 9th. Tuesday, June 9th. Friday, September 24th. December 7th. S. B. WOODS, Deputy Attorney Qeriaral. DATED October mh, 190ft. FOR SALE. Betweed two and three :cord of Al foundation stone, cheap. Apply E. N. Wakeley. 264-0 earn homestead patent) and