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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 30, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta V ALHRtA, U6C (ittada's Gwakst Soccess in Hand-Tailored GanueDls Fit-Reform won its big success under the most direct comparison with garments made by the eading merchant tailors. :vi i best garments that could be made, tried both, and are now wearing Fit-Reform Suits and Overcoats exclusively. .Any man, who wishes the greatest possible value for his money, should make the same comparison. 1 PROVtMCIAi. ELECTION Prince Edward Island Contttt in Thi'ots of doloiv Fla vbr, Fragrance arc the strong, points ol 82 McGLJIRE Sole Agents for LetHbrkfce. Charlottetown, pro- vincial legislature dissolved lust Thursday, and election. IB for 18. The provincial Parliament ran its full term of four years, the Liberal Government losing during that period by. death its premier, Hon, Arthur Peters, its speaker and one member of cabinet. dissolution Premier had seventeen supporters in. the House of nine .Conserva- tivos and three vacant-seats. So far there are tweuty-niue Liber- als and Cousctrvsii-i VPK in 'the field, tlie laltor J, A. Muth-j ieson. The chic-f itfsue of tiu> campaign will be iu connection with the subsidy awarded this province! at the Ottawa conference of 1905, .whereby, the Is-j land received un seventy) .thousand dollars to its annual ul-j lowance Dominion. During the last 'two sessions the Opposition fiercely attacked 'settlement, claiming that thq Island got only a small amount.of what was really due her, and that the-delegates rather than accept tliat amount should have held out like .Premier Me Bride of British Columbia. claims the settle- riieiit was favorable to tlie Island, whose: per-capita'increase was larger than 'any other of the old provinces. JMathieson on the platform has much to say about other claims against Canada, and- contends that Wkrt >M hive uythiof to aeH rcftl it to cdau. If you wut nu this iuttitau tor Dainty Doris who was at act week. RAM LAL'S PURE TEA Pincher Creek Pincher Creek, Oct. Local-Con- servatives are very, jubilant over the. return of Mr; John ;the substantial majority of rieajly votea. Mr; Henron was in on election day and also; on the" day following. He came Wed-. needay, -ruorning and Vas given a great reception.; The Pincher Creek braw and several. '.of citizens met him at the station and escorted townTtp .the strains ot "See the Conquer Herb Comes.- A: triumphal Main street made 'after r Mr. Herron was driven home; V The local, -members -of the' tr V evidently don't intend to let M.P- the .C.P.R. ahead; olvthem.x '.'A few weeks ago this fin- ed for failing to comply'with certain lire ordinance requiring a .fire, guard .alongside- the trac-kv The corporation no attention to the conviction but werie: brought to the issuing a distresa warrant- arid the -seizure of a quantity of 'their -goods.'--. The fine was' then" paid but- notice of ap peal was given. Mr. C.' Chipraan, Hudson's Baj Co. commissioner, was in town or Sunday, leaving for Mon day.. Two popular young, people Vwefe married at Summerview last evening. I Mr. Claude Campbell of Lethbridge1 and Miss Masie. Bishop. The took placi at the.rTesiqence -of the bride's sister, Mrs. T. J. Elliott. The young couple are well Pincher Creek; both'having resided in town ;last .wiriteiv They- upjtboir residence in Macleod where we understand Mr. Campball is start- ing; up in business. They have'the best-wishes of a whole host of Pinch- er Creek JriendsJ A large number from town will go to Fishburn tomorrow night to at- It's RICH, CLEAR COLOR, fresh FRAGRANCE and DELICIOUS FLAVOR have made it hosts of friends. Are IT IS PURE! morc'for an electric light franchise, 'his -latter proposition was'regarded j as all sett led." a few wet ks ago. A ostensibly from Fernie, vere 'to and guaranteeing the genuineness 'of tlu1 Ram LdVTea is Sold only in Lcthbridfe by f Ht BENTLEY CO, LTD MR. ALBERT ELY Pupil of Dr. Briggs, M. A., Song Singing and Voice Culture. Pupil of Hancock, Esq., F.R. C.O., L.R.A.M., Organ and Theory. Voice Culture, Organ, Pianp, Harmony and Theory, Song Singing: Open for'Concerts, Banquets, Re- citals, Etc.. .Terms.on Application. Don't miss iimerson VanMorn in their new act tonight. Cofne and laugh. 71 3 proposit ion uiiiii g up ur townspeople were the Dominion subsidy should furnish sufficient revenue' for the province without resorting io any direct taxa- tion. advocates books in the schools. cheaper text Premier Has- zard. further arid appointed last ''.a commission on education to b2 started inside of a. month. The franchise -was granted and no more was -heard.; A suggestion that should-be forfeited rcveal- ed-that fact that the bonds .never had put up.. We ihiuk. the best thing our town fathers can do with the next company that comes along-is to ask for a good deposit fas a guarantee of good Jaith and'-sce that it is put up beforetaking any further action.-They would _ thus "save much time dickering with: men that don't mean, business and incidentally would save themselv- es "and uthe town from appearing fool- ish. Corporal ,-Moses has been appointed chief of police of; :tbe town, vice AVm. Rtid, Lynch who is at acting will cpn- tiriue uiilirHhc corporaVgets his dis- from ilyj mounted.police force. "The Wolf'; was given a good pro- duction in J-heVopera- house-last even- ing. Owing-to unfavorable weather the audience was small. deal question, includ- ing the '.cost of. .Story to the in attendance. LETHBRIDGE O. K. (The Louisiana Planter of The Witch's Son? at the Lyceum to- night. 271-3 Canada Western Chartered Corporation Financial Agents; Fiscal Agents Brokers. for Royal Collieries Ltd. All Standard Stocks Handled Or- leans.) Macleod the first stop, reaching there at 9 and leaving at 1 p.m. HEAD B. C. Taber tend a dance given ladies ofHhat place. by the young Aa far as a railway, electric light, and other such conveniences are con- cerned. Pincher Creek may fittingly be termed, a of delayed destin- ies; Ever since the Herald's corres pondent struck the town, about. two years ago, Pincher Creek always seems to have been granting franchis- es for one or other of these utiljties to companies which never after did anything. Our town fathers have wasted more tirric and breath in what termed "seeking the light" than would Have built a railroad or installed ah electric light plant." And still they. come. At Tuesday night's meeting there -was another applica- tion for a railway charter and two Oct.- 11 a.m. yester- lay, .the handsome special train bear- ing Sir'Thomas Shaughnessy, -presi-. dent of the C.P.R.'.and'party, passed through Taber at a ra'te approximate-, 30 miles an hour, on their return tonp of inspection of the company's gigantic; possessjons in Alberta. opinion of the C. P. R. extension; o! the freight warehouse to its present and in uaaurveyed territory the tract appli od for eball be staked out. Each application muai be aocoor- panied by a fee of which will b. refunded if the rigbU applied for an not available but oot otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on tbe mer- chantable output of the aline at te of five cents per ton. Every ot coal mining which are not being operated furnish the district Agent of Domin- ion Lands with a sworn statement to that effect at least oaoe in cacb year. The lease will Include the coal mining righU only, but the leoee may be permitted to purchase whatevei available surface rights way be con- sidered neeeiwary for the working ol the mine at the rate of an acre. For full information application should be mad'3 to the Secretary oi tbe Department of the Interior, Ot- tawa, or any Agent or Sub-Agent ot Dominion W. W. CORY, Deputy Minister of the Interior publication ol Lhh adTertiBement. will not be paid tor. c Notice POSITION WANTED "Wanted b> competent stenographer. Can take rapid dictation and make accurate transcription. Best references fur- nished if desired. Bernice .Cornwall, c-o If. J. Conner, Warner, Alta. 270-6 FOR SALE OR TRADE Two or three teams of good work, horses in exchange for town property. Apply P.O.Box 290, Lethbridge. 72-6 FOR SALE Mare, 8 years old, fine driver, single or double, or saddl W. H. 431 Bartlett St. 270-6 TAXES All cheques presented for payment of TAXES at the City Office; must be ceepted by the Bank upon' which ley are drawn. 4 GEO. W. -ROBINSON, How Popular Songs; Came to Their End at the miss it. Special attention to ladies with small children at Saturday's matinee at the Lvc2um. 'sWamefully insulted by four who apparently were intoxicated. Again on Saturday last a drunken man, immediately-iiorth of'the Pal- ace Hotel staggered. up against a young lady forcing her completely off the sidewn-lk. Two Per- toriaaaces Daily: 7.45 nl p.i. THEATRE T O I G H T Eureka Cbcatre High-class Motion Pictures every evening jS CONTINUOUS PEKFOKMAXCE FROX 7.30 TO p. M. Popular Prices, lOc aad I5c BUILDING THOROUGHLY STEAM HEATED Dorrt forget about the Gold Watches we will give away Oct. 31. See them at VNTright's the Jeweler and save your coupons Emerson VonHorn In an. entire NBW Act tonight DAINTY DORRIS In an entire New- v Act tonight Pictures Two Brothers How Popular Songs came to their end Story of an Egg Country Life Drama Band at Lyceum to- night. Siory of an bring to the. in attendance. You will be suited mentally and bodily if MARK JOHN- STON cleans and presses your suit. Your suit is guaranteed to suit you. MAKtt JOHNSTON MM Balwral Nd Am 175 U4s CaM far ui WrrereJ Admission Adults 25c Children 15c WARNING Citizens are hereby warned not to usc; an axe or other sharp instruments o chop the ice on the cement side By order in Council. G. W. ROBIN'SON, 268-6 as. PUBLIC NOTICE 3 Sittings of the District Court of the Dis- trict of "Leth- bridge The sittings of the District Cour and the District Judge's Crimina Court of the District of Lethbridge during the year 1909 will be held a the places and on the dates given be low for the trial oi actions and the disposal of any civil business which DAINTV DORRJS Tlic 10-year-old Wonderful Impersonator who is capturing the hearts of the Lyccnnvs patrons Entire change of Vaudeville FOR SALE South" African. Veteran Scrip for ale. Apply J.. McGovern, Windsor Hotel, or P.O. Box 180. 269-6 FOR SALE. Betweed two and three cord of .Al oundation atone, cheap. Apply E. Wakeley. 254-0 FOR SALE Three typewriters. Apply Western tationery Co. 265-0 FOR SALE. A handsome light oak sideboaii and one leather couch. Apply to Box S, care Herald. "Complete change of pictures tonight at the Lyceum. 271-3 STORE TO RENT Hill Block Dufferin St., store sixty Eeet long. Good show windows. Ap- ply E. J. Hill Co. 266-0 FOR RENT One half of ;tore, centrally located, siz.' 12 1-2 feet by 25 feet, rent per month. Apply Box E., Herald. 270-6 NOTICE- OF IMPOUNDMENT NOTICE is hereby given that I have impounded in the City Pound, near the isolated hospital, the following SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS Any person who. is the sole head f a family, or any male over 18 years :Id, may homestead a quarter-section -available Dominion land in Mani- ;oba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. The applicant must appear in person at tlie Dominion Lands Agency or Sub Aeency for the district. Entry oy j.-roxy may be made at any agency on ct-riaiu conditions, by father. mother, son, daughter, brother or fer oi intending homesteader. months' residence upon ciiiiivaubh br-ihe :lahd in esch of three years. A homesteader i any live.'Within nine miles of his home- stead on a farm of at least 80 solely owned and occupied by him or by his father, mother, son, daughter, brother or sister. Tn_ certain districtd a homesteader in goods standing may preempt quarter-section alongside his home- stead. Price 13.00 per acre. Duties. 'r reside six months in each of six years from date oi homeatead entry (including tha time required to earn homestead patent) and cultivate fifty acres extra A homesteader who has exhausted his homestead right and cannot ob- tain a pre-emption may take a par- chased homestead in certain per acre. reside six months in each of three years, cultivate fifty acres and erect a house worth W. W. GOBY, Deputy of the Minuter oi the Interior. publication of advertisement will not be paid for. its ox sraiT mmm m ?j P.M. I may properly be brought before th said Court. Commencing: Tuesday, January 2Gth. Tuesday, Februarjr'23rJ. March 23rd. Tuesday, April 27th. Tuesday, May 25th. Tuesday. Jurie 22nd. Tuesday, September 23th. Tuesday, October 2Gtb% Tuesday, November 23rd. Tuesday, December 14th. Tuesday, January 19th. Tuesday, April 20th Tuesday, September 7th. Tuesday, November 16th. MAGRATH- Wedncsday, January 20th. Wednesday, April 2Ist. Wednesday, September Sth. Wednesday, November 17th. Thursday, January 2Ist. Thursday, April 22nd. j Thursday, September 9th. Thursday, November 18th. j TABER- i Tuesday, February Oth. i Tuesday., May llth. Tuesday, September 21st. Wednesday, December 1st, Tuesday, Msrch 9th. Tuesday, June 9th. Friday, September 24th. Tuesday, December 7th. 3. B. WOODS, Deputy Attorney General. DATED October 10th, 1903. 1 buckskin pony, indistinct brand on left shoulder, has halter and-rope attached. 270-6 JOSEPH GILLESPIE, Chief of Police. NOTICE After the 3lst day of October, -1908, all accounts owing to the .Lethbriclgo Electric Co, Ltd., will be turned over to their solicitor for collection. By Order. 259-16 NOTICk I am prepared to take in horses by the month or season, plenty of pas- ture, straw stacks and water. Ap- ply at farm, 6 miles east of town or address Jos. Fielding, Lethbridge. 261-12 The Inst discount dpy i.> the 81st of October. Tlie City Office will be open Saturday after- noon and evening until 10 p.m. G. W. ROBINSON Sec.-Treas. Canadian Pacific Railway Are yau contemplating a trip to THE ORIENT, HONOLULU, AUSTRALIA NEW ZEALAND Arc you contemplating a trip te CALIFORNIA or any PaciSc-. Coast Point Or a trip to Winnipeg, Datreit, St. Paul, Chicago, Montreal, Boston, Naw York, Or any European point thought of. This line is equipped with unexcel- led first class coaches, tourist and standard sleepers, and dining cars, coupled with safety, speed and com- fort. For folders and complete tion apply to J. T. GRAHAM, Agont, UthfcrMfC- J. E. Proctor, District Pawoogtr Agent, Calgary, Alta. AfFUCATOHS TO OKIHC LICIT Those requiring connection for Electric Light supply Trill plense at the City Office and sign a form of application for sane. GEORGE W. KOBIN80N, ;