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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 28, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta 7 U.THiRtDOi, ALHRTA, WiDMUOAY, 2i, HM. PAOf THRIE Unshrinkable Underwctr can't rtveL It is knitted by machines that lock every stitch. We stand ready to give you a new garment for any Stanfield't Underwear that ravelt, juat aa we will replace any Stinfield'i Underwear that shrinks. Sizes from to 70 inch chest in light, medium and heavy winter weights. GERMANY WOULD TAX UQHT: KM tht SuniifM but thi KM You Your detler will iikely four nut aad weight. If he can gee them for yon. Berlin] Oct. 27 seeking means to thi jinuwufee deficit in- ihe imperial revenue the Government con- templates the extraordinary expedi- ent" of taring "artificial light. __ through some such broach of'coufldvncc as has enabled from time to; time to publish ,offi ciul secret documents, prints the Government's proposed light taxing bill in cxtonao, .to the intense indig- lation of the Ministry of Finance and he equal -consternation of the pub ic. Briefly, the bill tagft consumers to the amount 5 per cent, on their payuunta to -the-eUsetrio and gas comities. 2t also, taxes every dec trie and gas burner sold an amoun Drying from 2 to 12 cents. There i reason Ur believe that the text pub- lished by ther Vorwaerts: is correct a the bill was drafted, but it has been uified .since by the Bundesrath' committee. The publication has, howcjvor, rais ed k storm against the Government hi.. all '.liberal and democratic quur t rs, where the proposal is denounce as reactionary and intolerable. It i declared also to be unpatriotic, as it will coraneL t'ie people to burn for- eign petroleum. The popular anger may influence. .-the Bundesrath .to re- j ct he bill: K.1 Color, Flavor, Fragrance t are tbs strong poinU of HON. A. 8. AYLESWORTH, in North Ywk, Ont. Taber RAM LAL'S PURE TEA It'a RICH; CLEAK COLOR, fresh FRAGRANCE and DELICIOUS-FLAVOR have made it of Are YOU one yet? IT IS PURE! MAN WITH WHEELBARROW HARRINGTON IN THE LEAD Colenum, Oct. The .elections being over, things in Colenian arc now getting back to their normal state. The campaign on the i whoje has been the warmest that has been entered into in the Pass.- thus far. The three cornered fight this con- stituency tended tb: greatly increase the interest; rather lessen it, as might'poGsibiy-foe cxpectctV. The fact that a Socialist candidate, was in the field aecfiked to bring -wageyearncrs.o f all nationalities fore and votes were largely sought after by all three partes as perhaps never before. results in CoieinAn and in other Pass towns were; a surprise; to many. Liberals hoped to have a. big major- ity in Cbleman but came but second in the running, while nBlairmore, which was counted among the Con- servative strongholds, gaye their can- didate a very- small majority. Tak- ing the Pass as a that is from Lundbreck to "the 11. C. Iioundary, the Socialist candidate. hail a very substantial majority. II. 'Rbwe left on 'Friday- last" for vwhere he has taken a sition in the office oiV tKcRbyaV Col- lieries. -Mr.1 Kowe Aranic "to Goleroan about six months ago from Portland, Ore., and, has been' employed in the office of the Intei-national Coal Coke 7C'o. during his residence here. He will be missed by his friends. C His Way From the Atlantic A; to the Pacific. Sppkane, Wash., Oct. al whose real name is John Khrori, walking, from Me., to Ore., .trundling a wheel- of.-3 mil s across coritihent'm 200 days, is in a slidrt. tinie. He left the coast of Maine on i and at the present j time, according, to his .schedul.v he 's 500 miles ahead. He will have covered miles .when he reaches :his city. in one day and 300 miles iii a week, ;oing XVcsUrn Pennsylvan- Eastern .Ohio. 'I a in. which Railroad agents, Taber, Oct. Dun i Burns, whom it will be remembered was granted a six months' leave of abiwnce from his official duties by the town council to enable .Mm to per- form his duties upon his homestead, reported promptly to duty on tho 24th inst. The police committee; and council, it is apparent have concluded not to reinstate him to his former position. At all events he has not, as yet, been permitted to don the star. As the counc'-i has not given Mr. Burns thirty days' notice that his services .arc no longer required, which they should have done to foe in conformity with the bylaw, he will demand, his month's salary, which cannot be denied him.. Market Place have to icM m U real pUw M k tail colMM. If you waal nu tkit tor Si WANTED Hotel, one cham- bermaid and woman house clean- ing- 268-0 WANTED f o house containing seven or eight rooms, complete, without furniture. Apply A, Herald. 267-6 WANTED To rent comfortable furnished house or cottage. Apply P.O.Box 607. 265-( Ram Ul a Tea is Sold only in Utbbridfe by fcENTLEY co. LTD Raymond of A ROYAL ENGAGEMENT. Paris, Oct. despatch to tho Petite Journal of Rome says that the, engagement of the Prince Victor Em- manuel, Count of Turin, to Princess Patrica, daughter of the Duke of Connaught, will soon be announced. The Count of Turin is a brother of the Duke of Abruzxi. "i Mayor Douglas today in a confer- ence with officer, said he was disagrectibly surprised at the ac- tion of the inemlwrs of the council in turning him down and out, ad- mitting that his .cause was just, but he could do nothing for him.-_ Burns was a valuable officer of some, years' cxoerience. In Taber his services have been so preeminently in that riot a sus- Raymond, Oct. ladies the Primary'dejpartniiwit of the Lf tt. S. Church decided that they could not teach the. children sewing after school on Friday afternoon. They will have the sewing class Saturday afternoons in; the Meeting House as formerly. Mr. W. C-wulliah of Macleod, is' in town, taking .photographs of build-1 ings. He will take picture of tbo j school and school children this London, Oct. the House of ROSS RIFLE THE BEST. WANTED Young couple, with child lour years old, would like room where wife can or do light housekeeping. Ap- ply 35 Argyle Av 268- WANTED housemaid. Apply to Mrs. H. Mewburn. 268-e WANTED. An experienced furniture salesman; state experience and salary expected. Apply to Box M, cjo Herald. 270-1 j Commons today the Earl of Winter- Mfr Johnson with, ton, in qu etioning Mr. Haldane, de- clared the Ross rifle to be a better i wf-apon than the Lee-Erifield. 7ritc their names and the date and .ime of his arrival. Letters receiv d n Spokane--state that Krohn will >ass: some time along the California oast after completing his long tramp, 'thence to 'Honolulu. He will niake. the return trip in a regular rain if he is successful in covering he'distance within the time limit. 21 CARS WENT OVER HIM. Toronto, Oct. mott; brakesman on the C.P.R., fel under the wheels freight train at Myrtle and had botl legs crushed. of 26 cars pass ed them. He is in the hospita here in a critical condition. LOCKED UP THE; JAILER. Denny _Hazel, who; was to have been sentinccd on for; the raurder C bfv Joseph Silva, liist effected, his.' from the county jail, leaving F. A. Dudley, the jailer, locked in his cell. For half an hour Dudley attempted to make known his and in the meantime the convicted was fast making hia way to the -hills. picidri or reproach could he attached to hiih. Nothing less than .the mcompeteiicy on the part of the council can IMJ at- tributed to such'a dereliction of duty and furthermore, in plunging the deeper into debt. This community condemns this un- lawful, unprincipled party-like action of the city fathers of the town of Taber. Mr. and Airs. S. J. Lay ton have returned from. Utah after having spent a month' viewing old familiar sce'nes-and visiting relatives and old1 time.-friends.'" R. 'G." Duggan of the firm and.Jiuntmid-.C'.pal. Co., is .very slpw- after a severe attack of iriflamatoiy He has been-aii'awful sVifferer for upwards of three months, being- of thcr time. Vj IT 6hn; Francis returned recently from a J Emission to the Southern States where- he -hns' 'been the -past three TEDDY'S ,Washington, BIRTHDAY. Oct. noon. 5Ir. Fisher and their families are moving back to Taber. Mrs.. Mary Triggs, who has been visiting hi Raymond, leaves today for New B. C. The engagement of Miss Emmelinc Anderson and Alphonso Russell is an- nounced. They expect to married soon. Miss Maude Carless the twelve year old daughter John who has been sick with ''the fever is now recovering; J The two sons, Kinsey were quai rolling last evening. The younger son, Burt, aged fourteen, j threw a jackknife at his brother'Rol- j land, aged sixteen, striking him in the ack. The doctor was called- in but. he boy was cot seriously injured. Miss McKay of Ontario arrived yes- WANTED. Good girl for general housework. Apply 1519 Dufferin St., or Box 1354, City. 265.0 LETHBRIDGE P.P. SCHOOL DIS- TRICT NO. 5r CARETAKER WANTED Further applications will be receiv- ed up to 6 p.m. O'.i Thursday the 29th October, 1908, for rthp position of c irctaker at the Central and Kinder- garten Schools at a salary of per j month. All applications, now on hand will be considered at above sal- ary. 370-1 By" Order, C. B. BOWMAN, S BOY WANTED Position and home for good boy, twelve age to make himself useful and to go to school. Apply Box D., Herald Office. 260-0 YNOPtlS OF COAL MINING RCG ULATIOKf Coal mixuQC righto of the Dominion D Alberta, he Yukon Territory, the Norih-Weii Territories nod Brituh Colunnua, be ieatdd kv a term of twenty-one at an annual rectal of so acre. Not more than will kaited to one applicant. Application for a mutf made to the Agent or Bub-Agent ol district in whieb the rights ap- plied for are situated. In surveyed territory the Ian1' mutt be described b; or If gal subdivisions of and us uusurveyed territory the tract appi: >d for shall bt> staked out. Each application must be accoin panied by a fee of which will refunded if the rights api'lied for arc not available but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on mer- chantable output of the idine n.i thfc 'ate of five cents per toa. Every 1 of coal mining which are not being operated shall furnish the district Agent of Domin- ion Landa with a sworn statement to that effect at least once in each 5 ear. The lease will include the eoal mining only, but the >e permitted to purchase whatevec vailable surface may be oon- for the working oi a nine at the rate of 510 an acre. For full information application cm'd be- made to the Secretary oi he Departmeni of the Interior, Ot awa, or Agent oi Sub-Agent o Lycftum pleases all. Come in and.be comfortable and I 1-2 hours entertainment. FIRE AT Montreal, Oct. morgue and undertaking istablishm :nts of C. A. Dumainc and Co., Notre Dame St. east, were damaged to the extent of by fire yesterday morning. D HAND STORE 410 ROUND STREET I have been open here, for one yoar and even now peo- ple say that they 'did not -know of 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 and you will find store with dirty windows, but full o[ good my store. Walk inside and you will be welcomed by a all, sickly looking, youth, sucking cough that's me. FRANK WADD1NQTON 410 Round St. SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any person who is the sole head f a family, or any male ovpr 18 years 'Id, may homestead a quarter-section available Dominion land in Mani- toba, Saskatchewan or Alberta, The .applicant must appear hi person -it the Dominion Lands Agency or Sub A-.-ency for the district. .Entry by i proxy may be made at any agency c rtain conditions, by father." mother, son, daughter, brother tcf of intending hbrceateader. months' residence upon cultivation of the land" in each oi three years. A homesteader m-iy live-, within nine miles of his on a form of at least 80 TAX All cheques presented for payment ofJTAXES at the City. Office, must be accepted by the Bank upon which they are drawn. GEO. W. Secretari'-Trcasurer. FOR SALE South African Veteran Scrip sale. Apply J. McGovern, Windsor! solely owned and occupied by him or Hotel, or P.O. Box 1 BO. 269-6 S by his father, son, daughter, brother or siutt-r. FOR SALE. I In certain districts a homesteader Betweed two and three cord of standicg may pre-empt quarter-section alongside his home- atead! Price 43.00 per acre. Duties. reside- six months in each ol six years from date of homestead foundation stone, cheap. Apply E. N. Wakeley. FOR SALE Three typewriters. Apply 'Western the tiaie required to Stationery Co. 26M3 homestead patent) and cultivate j fifty acres extra FOR SALE. A homesteader vvho has exhausted A handsome light oak sideboard -n-ls homestead right and cannot ob- McKELVIE McGUIRE Sole Agents for You will be suited mentally and bodily if MARK JOHN- STON and preset your suit. Your suit it guaranteed to suit yon. MARK JOHNSTON IT HAS "THAT FLAVOR" that connoisseurs like so much- speaking of Lethbridge beer. Of course no one questions its purity, Strangers to its "merit may know now that its quality is j glass of Alberta's Pride beer you drink a month, a year hence, will de- light you just M much as the i quaff today. LETBBRiDGE MALTING COMPANY, Ltd NO GOOD HUNTER will start out with a poor gun if hei can lielp it. He can help it, and 90 can you. GET YOUR GUN PUBLIC NOTICE Sittings of the District Court of the Dis- trict of Ltth- bridge 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 of any civil business which may properly be brought before the said Court. Commencing: Tuesday, January 28th. Tuesday, February 23rd. Tuesday, March 23rd. Tuesday, April 27th. Tuesday, May 25th. Tuesday, June 22nd. Tuesday, September 28tn. Tuesday, October Tuesday, November 23rd. Tuesday, December 14th. Tuesday, January 19th. Tuesday, April 20th Tuesday. September 7th. Tuesday, November 16th. Wednesday, January 20th. Wednesday, April Wednesday, September 8th. Wednesday, November 17th. I CARDSTON- Thursday, January 21st. Thursday, April 22nd. Thursday, September 9th. Thursday, November and one leather couch. 8, care FOR SALE A six-roomed cottage, Apply to Box tain a pre-emption may take a.pur- chased in certain districts. i Price per acre. reside six months in each of three years, cultivate fifty acres and erect 2-roomed shack, stable, hen house and 5 lots for sale in North Ward. P. Sprout, Lethbridge. a house worth W. W. CORY, Deputy of the Minister _____ ___ Interior. STORE TO RENT publication of Hill Block Dufferin .'St., store .sixty ihis advertisement will not be paid feet long. Good show windows. Ap- j for. ply E. J. Hill Co. TO RENT I Two furnished 'rooms. Apply to Mrs. j Robert Harvio, opposite Athletic t Grounds. 265-61 'LOST. A photograph of a lady. Finder please return to Herald and recfive small'reward. 265-8 LOST. j A fur coat, duck waders good reword for return to G. H. Ben- j nett, Bank of Montreal. 263-0: Canadian Pacific Railway Are yau contemplating a trip to THE ORIENT, HONOLULU, AUSTRALIA NEW ZEALAND Are you contemplating a trip or any Pacific Coast Point LETHBRIDGE P. P. SCHOOL DlS-j TRICT NO. 51 f APPLICATIONS in writing will bo received the undersigned up to 6 p.m., on Tuesday, the 27tri day of October, 1908, for the position of care- taker for the Central and Kindergar- ten Salary month. C. B. BOWMAN. Or Winnipeg, St. Paul, Chicago, Boston, a trip to Dttroit, Toronto, Montrwil, Naw York, Or any European point thought of. here, and it will be a good one. We have many styles and priow, but won't find a poor gun in the lot. AMMUNITION which wo carry is of the beat, and pricc-s arc right. HOWARD CASE CO. GUNSMITHS LXTHBUDGt ALTA ITABKR- Tuesday, February 9th. Tuesday, May llth. Tuesday. September 2Jat. Wednesday, December 1st. WARNER- Tuesday, March 9th. Tuesday, June 9th. Friday, September 24th.' Tuesday, December 7th. S. B. WOODS, Deputy Attorney DATED October 19th, 1906. This lin> in t-qujppod with un-xcel- It-d first class couches, tourist and ?tanJard and dining j coupled -Avith safety, speed nnd com- fort. NOTICE For folders and complete inionna- After the 31st day of October, 1908J iion all accounts owing to the Lethbridge J- T. GRAHAM, Agent, Ltthbridft. Electric Co, Ltd., will be turned over to their solicitor for collection. By Order. 250-16 0. E. Procter, Dutrkt Calgary, Alta. NOTtCk I am prepared to take in horses by the month or season, plenty of pas- ture, straw stacks and water. Ap- ply at Hemelryk's farm, 6 miles east of town or Lethhridge. address Jos. Fielding 261-12 FOI ELECTOC LOT Those requiring connection for Electric Light supply will please call at the City GtScc ar.d sign s form of application (or same. GEOROE W. ROBIN90N, ;