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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 1, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta E announces to hit old friends and customers he has opened a General Lumber i k Bosiness On Baroness Road, east ot the Coi.rt House DR. P. W. TULLER i'HVSIClAIf AND SURGEON LCTHBRIOOE Offl(!C|-Ott Block. Hoan-11:00 r annum. A tease *aanot be granted an applicant unless he owns one head of cattle or five head of ."ihcep for every 60 acres appliiHl'(or, and the les$>ee shall increase his stock so as to be in pos-aCBsiun at the end of three years of one liead of cattle or five head of sh?ep for every 20 acres leased, and shall maintain stock in this proportion during the continuance of the tease. Sheep-grazing is permitted on only a portion of the tracts above referred to. A nmp showiHij the sheep grazing districts may be secured on application to the (Secretary f the Department of the Interior, Ottawa. w. w. conv. DeputiV of the Minister of Interior. N. U.-l nauihorizcd publication of this advert istfniont will nift he paid f.>r. Drs. DeYeber & Campbell Physicians and Snrgeons Offiees-Ott block. 'Phone 143, Drs. McClure Jk Stewart SUBOEON DENTISTS Office-J. D. Hisinbotham's new block. Office Hours-9 a.m. to 12 n. 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. DR. O. j. COURTICE ' \ DENTIST Successor to Dr. .Jackson Office in Hotel Coaldale, Room 12 Office Honrs 9-12, 1-5. W. C. SIMMONS Advocate, Barrister, Etc. OFPICB,  - 80UTHABD HLOCK Money to Lend on Town and Farm Property C. F. HARRIS Barrister, Advocate, Notary Public Fresh Strawberries Cherries, Pineapples B.ANANAS. ORANGES, LEMONS, ETC. ICR CREAM, �: ICE CREAM SODAS S, AND SUNDAES AT KEAN'S Opposite P.O. 'Phone 98 p-FIg Bar>-| la one of the most delicious cakes for the table, manufactured. It contains nothing but selected Figs and our special sweett cake ingredi-ents. The flour used is "Alberta grown," therefore when you use A, B. 0. FIG BARS yuu are surely supporting the farmer of the West and sending your nionoy back to the soil. Fig Bar is sold by all good gro. cerb. If your groc�r will not supply you, write to the factory for a package at our e.\pen8e, give grocer's name. nEPT ALBERTA BISCUIT CO., LTD. aa*. C'AI.G.iRY A ALTA AA Office-Oliver Block, up-stairs. HAMILTON & YOUNG Engineers and Surveyorit Higinbotham Block, Lethbridge The K.teciilivc Committee of the 25,000 eiifb mI�ws fSfi.OO. I^thbri�lge llerald �lo.OO. lient of Hill Botirds t4.iiinan spoke of the neoes -sky of financing the Club at>d suggested tlmt iminrwdiate action be taken to raise the necessary money. Aid. Cunniingham suggested thateach nnemiber of -the u.xecutive present .'agree to sell 910 worth of buttons in thp ne.vt month. W. W. Irwin suggestwl a chain, G. H. .lohnston proposed interesting tha children and young iatlios in the sale of buttons, Mayor Galbsaith said that concerts, band concerts or a picnic would be well fiatroniBad. On d. B. .fohnston's motion, Sirs. .Veulc and Miss Stewart, the vice-pretiidenls �i I I e a-sked to ortcanize comntittecN of ladies and chiMren to soli mrember.ship buttons, and prizes' will 'l>e onfcrod to the parties selling the giviatesl value of tavittons before .\ugust 10th. Ma.vo)' Oal'bruith's motion tyhot the nltractlon conrwniMee lie n.sked to gwt up a b-and concert was passed. 'J'lioix! wore twelve competitors for the pri/cs for a pul>licity campaign, AU'g'U.S't Wool!' of the Spokane Chamber of t!oniiiKrce made the award as foliow.s; W. W'il,son Irwin, first: Atlas A'd\'ertising Agency, sccon:!; and K. H. Fessendan special mention. The Club wlopted the rzcommen -dotion of Mr. Woolf. Moyor Gal -braith moxod, seconded t>}' AW. Cunningham that Mr. Woolf's letter be acknowledged and that he be thanked for his kindness and for the valuable siiSBCstions he pl�i^ in his let- Estfinates Passed $ Rate Not Yet Struck r.T. BREWER Fiweral Director and Embalmer i:.ETHBRIDGE. ALBERTA W. SHAW, Fainter k Decorator Agent for Empire Wall Paper Co., Agent for 8. P. Nelson & Co.'s Windowphanie, the modern translucent glass decoration. I�ave orders at Lethbridge Hotel. B. C. MOORC runaral Director and Embalmer OflllH TTiiiil to Frea^yteriaa Church. Pkoae loa. Residence l.*)0. Lethbridge. Lodge No. 2. LO./iaeNO.F. Meeu- In Oddtetlowa' HsU every Ftldajr cvenlDC at �.00 o'clock. VlaUInK breibreo are �IWBVIt WtlCOBC. C. V. Bennett, E.V. Dooley, K.G. Kec. Me WILLOW BRANCH REBEKAH LODGE. NO. a Meeu In Oddfellow*' Mall e erjr aecond and roiurlb Ttiurkday. Visitor* tlway* wetcainr. Ufa, J. Stafford, Annie Davies M. a. Rec. aee. Coi|rtStarorUtlibrldgc.No.809S A. O. F. Meet* Ui �nti 'rd Man-ittva la eacli inonik at I p. m.. ID Oddfrllow* Mall, Viouad SI. VMtIng breth-rea eordlallr wrleome. THOS. HEATON, C. ft. A. M.RITCHIE. SEC. Cleaning Pressing E. W, KINGSTON, TAILOR Agent tor Dominion Garment Co. Ladies' Tailor-made Skirts to measure, and for Crown Tailoring Co; Tour own material made up. Repairing Altering The C B. Bowman A^cy Real Eatatc, Loftat mni laaurmace. EstabUsbed 1891. Phone aOO Offices Post Office Block Utkbrldft. - Alt*. ter. Aid. Cunninghan! and C.F.P. Cony-beare moved lhat the Manufacturers .Assocfiation Ijp invitc?tli-hridge in their annual tour. Tli� Mayor remariied that a c:im-paign should bo inaugurated to convince ttie people of lethbridge of the necessity of publicity. T. W. Han � ralntn ivnturkefl that white labor xhoiild Ije paftronizcd rattier than Chinese labor. The publicity matciHal will be hand ed oxer to the publicity committee aiid they will make recommendations to the City Council. NO C.AR.S FOR COAL. Coleman, AKn., .July 29.-The car shortage has once more reached on acute stage in the Pass and unless a permjanont remedy is found and that without great dslay the west is lt''*-J ly io find itself up against as bad condition.9 this winter as last if not worse. The cur shomagc situation extended over nuariy the wholp of last year but liecame acute about this time and contiiuKvl so throughout atftion vas taken A siKCiai nxf^lng of the City Council was called on Priduy night chiefly to di.scus� the city's finances. Aid. Rownkon. chairman of the finance coni�niit>tcc reported that the Union Dank would not advance ttu; money necessary for the carrying on of the city's work. In ofder to find out amount of money it was necessary to try to borrow the council went over the estimates. Reductions were made on various items until tba final reduced t�tal was 927,390 for ttie si.x departments. The city engineer re|)orted that $14,930 is necessary td provide foi-work that haa a^cady Ijocn conuncn-oad. This leaves out all uonsidera  tion for sidewalks. All of thi.s amount howxsver, is chargeable to capital account, flu.OOO was voted for the works end property comntittce, the sidzwalkn and iterwers Iwing, perforce, left out ,ot the estimutcs for this year. Tlie Council decided that it was necessary to borrow 940,000. $20,-000 for current account to be paid within a few months when the taxes ant! in, and $30,000 on capital uc -count to be repaid wh^n the debentures are sold. A resolution was passed according to which the Bank of Montreal and the Canadian Bank of Commerce will i� asked to qniote terms for the advance of these sums end if possible another 925,000 for the carrying out of the proposcdlocol inKirovemcnts. Messrs. Whitney, Fairncld and Houk appeared 'before the Council with respect to the grant for tha Agricultural Society. Tliey asked lor 9500. Ati them! gentlemen appeared just as t^he council was discussing the pruning of the eBtim�tC8, their ap � ]ieal seemed like ruM>ing It into a sone spot. - AM. Oliver who js also chairman of the Agricultural Society Way� nild Means Committee said that the Socwty was in good shape but that WAS deserving of every possible support. This sentiment was supported by all mcintwrs. A grant of 9500 was voted, provided the city is able to. get the proposed loans. The Fine, Water and Light Committee recommended that .John Niv-en be aiipointcd fire engineer and the appointment was nvade. The resignation of Geo. McLmiu as city tcamsiter was accepted. Sidewalks were necomincnded tor south side of IXilterin St. from Crabl^ to Round 8eoplc to take care of them. A communication from M. Darford >-as n?ad regarding the Smith Street Spur track. He asks the City Council to t-etiucsl the Hallway Cotmuiss-ion to withhold its judgment until the question has been submitled to the people. The Council filed the let- l^mperance aiid Reform At the Inaugural, meeting "f the All>ertH 'IVimperance ami Moral  Re -form Ijcngue, held ii> lh� Methodist Church on Friday last, ,luly 2&th, tlio following committee wiis nominated; ' Pres.-Rev. Win. Ituid. Vicc-Pres.-Rev. A. M. Goi-rlon. \iicc-Pres.-C. A. Magiath. Sccratary-H. Ha worth. Treasurer-.A. L. Fostcial privilages for them does not astonish mo very much, a.s I have some knowledge of their ag -gressive charocter," said a nimn who has con�idarabIe business willi the Japancw, 'but it is rather a cause of wonder that the post ofhci! department should even considersucb a propos'terous Why, witti hei' imnunsc cosmopolitan populittion the United States never es'trt'blishcl Separate post offices or ga^'e special privileges to any of the various races which her borders harbor."-Vancou-' ver Province. The Time for Striking Gas is near at hand. Call and see our lists before prices go higher If you want an Empire Type-writer, we are the Agents. F. C. COOKE ROOM 7, OLIVER BLOCK PHONE 123 FroMcial Loiber & Maniifacg. Co. LUl, M.anufactnrer9, Jobliera and Dealers -v General Wood Working Factory WHOLESALE-RETAIL Lnmber. Doors. Snsb,'Mo\iKliwas, Turnings, Shingle, Lath. Cedar Posts, and till kinds of Building Supplies. ^ ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON JOB WORK. of tho year. Cnnada knovs the con-Rcrnionce. This year the C.P.R. let it be known that ttieie was going to tie no car shortage at coal mines and Iwl the mini nig companies of 'this district into mating preparations for a continuous capacity run for ttic wason. Notable among the com -pnaic� that have gone to largo ex -(tense in anticipation of ori adcytuatR car service, was the International Coal & Coke Company of this plaoo!. This company double shifted its niiine, incurring n very large expense to meet the dernnnds for coal on the strength of the roprKTentat -ions of tho C.P.R. that it would provide the cars and move themwhon loaded, yet the mine has 'been closed the lasi thi�o days for want of cars and for some time previous has had only a mpajfre supply. In addition when C4jrs weiio provided the Viads ware not movotl with .sufllclent ex -pdition to keep the yards of the companies clear. In one notable instance 300 loads between Frank and Cok'inan waiting for motive power to move thoin while tho yards of the companies wcrn clogged. The other companios of the district have suffcimd prnpurtionately with the Intemoitional company in tho mat'ter of wont of cars and as said. Piles get quick and certain reliol trom Br. Shoop'n Magic Ointment. Please note it is made alone for Piles, and its action is positiva and certain. Itching, painful, protruding or blind piles disappear like magic by its use. Large nickcl-cappod glass jars 30 c;>nts. Sold by all deaU'rs. try wm. oliver -FOR- EverythiAg required in the eonstnietion of  BuiMins, { Lumlker and all kinds of Mill Work Do not send all your money to Calgary and Cranbrook. Help ta baild up Letlibnuge antl a local industry by patronizing 01iver*s Planing and Luaiber Mills, Office, Yards and Factory-Corner Round md Bonipns Streets Telephone lo3 A Transient Buss by-law was poss-od granting s)iecial licenses to rigs for a period not exceeding � week in case of celebrations in or nc*r the �' cit.v. I'ho toe was placed at 9.) for ! the period. A resolution was passed j to alloiv those !,icenses during Fair j week. f I>iniel McDoui^all. is Fornii-'s ' rivw | fire chief with ii !�aliiiy of $U>*i u ' moiith. A GOOD BEGLVNINO. ! loyal North West Mounted Police. I lim Mnclaren was talking to a group of Ijitcrary beginners in New Vork. "Begin your stories well," he saiid, trophatically. "There's nothing like a good beginning. Indeed, it's half the battle." Then, with a smile, this excellent beginner of storie.^ addc.MS -WITH THE- OLD BRANDS OF LIQUORS AND CIGARS IN A NEW S T A N D Just drop into my new qnartors and convince yourself that I am up-to-dute. , The cleanest ami brightest shop in Soutliern Allwrtii. . � ', GEO. HOUK Mill ;