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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 15, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta Listen! Can yon hear your watch ticky Does it neetl repniring? Rememtjer that I can repair your watch llic w�y it should be repairet]. My work is guarniiteoil. We have just opened a shiimient of CUT G LASS. Every piece if a dandy, besides you will never, never, never' have the chance to buy them at such low prices. A pleasure to ahow goods. CRoss Tate The Jeweler Yon will be building possibly this season, and will require Bath Room Warm Air Furnace -OB - Hot Water System We are prepared to give you right prices and the bfst of material. We make a specialty of this work and you are sure of satisfaction. Particular attention paid to jobbing. See us r^rding your next job of electrical house-wiring. Phone 116. i HicK Ca WaKely The Leading Tinners, Plumbers, Steam and Hot Water Fitters. r TheWorid of Sport, j Will it Cultrao or ISdmonton ll>nt our iaclos^�t' team will ntect to ilocide the provinciiil, clvanipionship? 'I'licy nro plii.ving fusrt lacrnsso in the nortlwrii tlis-triet ami the i.s�ue is Ixjiiig- foilg'bl to a linis'h. K i.s iiii-fortutKvt* Ihnt in tha soutlicrn district tJic'ie has Kvn really only ono teiiiii. As it is the local tc>nni has never hnti to �!�teiid itself to �how niiat it is cal>al>le of doing l�\ro ior hard �gann's koops l.ha Iwini in good shttt)c for the ftnals wlwn lit-y conio. The team Uwvt takes thw up will havf to go the liimit as �yach � il��lcrniincd to carry the honors. Soo-Spokane Train Wreck On Mono-kanc fl.Vor wns vvivcked, killing [\k two fij'Pnicn outright nml injurcti Kng'noer Murgntroy-d so s>?rioii;iVv that ho dic-fl that night. The wreck occDrivil ol the .i\incliiin of the town whoro thiit and nrado in Scollnnd for the ,.  . ^, � ... special servK-e, p imsiM oft the track ^ , ^. . ... , Moreover. con.tant praotioo to pre- hotwcon th;.' t�-o lines. �iiit into tins tl was pinneank nn^l kill ed hy h.ii'inif his nock lirokon. The heavy coaches \tnyoil on the ti-ack so that none but tlie baggage car were wrecked and the fm.s.sengcrs fortunately ~weiv uninjured. Thsi (fecea.srsJ 3n at Cranbrook. The l�xact cniise of the accident cannot f>o definitely dotorminc is recognized generally as � great harbinger of health, and when it can be takon amid sanitary surroundings it becomes a luxurious necessity. Any disinclination you may have for a cold pjunge on aris-) ing will soon vanish if you havens' fit up your bathroom with open sanitary plumbing, imrcelain baths und their accompanying appliances C. W. GRAY Phone (16 Hardware .\M.\TIC1.1{ Arill.lOTK; MEKT. 'J^he nroat aii;ateur athletic meet over held in tho Far, West wiill l;� lieW in Calgary on -Vuguftt 24th. W. G. Findlay, the secretary of the Young Men's Club is tlic prime mover of the moot whicli proroiaes to \ie a great success. The evou't.s Kiiclui.U> 100 yaid 22ti yard dash, iquar-ter miilo run, half mile run, 120 hurdle, half-nrilo relay. roan for an agent, cither lady or gentloman, to ropre -sent us and Iwindle our porfccting fitting, tailor-miudo-to-oider skirts. A capable agent cun make a large salary. Apiily at once to DOMIN'lOV OABMENT COMPANY, LIMITED. Do.\ 2�S. GUELPH, ONT. 8-l.'i-22- You who are new-comers to this land of the last great west, acc�i)t this word oi advice from one who has been, not only an "imuiigrai�L" but a pioni.abiUty, and act on the advice given to"\he letter. Give yourself time to adjus't to the* now conditions surrounding you. B? slow to Itecide that we ni-e either "perfect" or "imperfect" i)eople. Wait awhile 'Ijeforo you express your opinion at all; and, as you value yokr own dignity aiKl Canadian ivjspoct, don't go wbout amongs-t ntyighbor;; remarking upon your 'home" connections, your disgust of "reversed fortunes," or your rceant " of money and friends." Don't critici?* Canadian nii?thod.s and don't carp at Canadian ways. Don't corai>aiv3 us with "people at hon*o!" We have no fear 01 comparison with anybody onywheie; and, like yourselves, wo cam� to Canada west because wo couldn't see any present, any future hope "at hoinc!" So that, for at si.v months after arrival, make iip your mind that it is VOV must adjust yourself'to your surroundings for make up your juind Canacople .sottin' roimd in every town, Orowlin' like a, bi-oody chicken, knock ing every pood thing down? Don't you be that kind of cattle, 'catise they ain't no use on earth, \ou just be a booster rooster-crow an' boost for all you're worth. If your town neetl-s bo�>�t'in' 'er don't hold back oml watt to .see If some other fellow's willin'-sail right in, this country's Svec, No one's got n mortgage on it, it's "just yours as much as his, If your town is shy on boo.sters, you got in the booetin: biz. If things ju.oints, them's the ones you want to show; "Cast yonr loaves ottt on the waters," they'll come back, a, .snyin' true, Mebljo they will come beck "buttered" when Bome fellow lx�oi*ts for you. I of Every Description Rogers - Cunningham Lumber Co., Ltd. n�M(��:��c�=�����Stteceople in tiiis part of the city attended a flra last night at the rcsfdcnce of Mr. and Mrs. Blank on Thirteenth atroct. Some Went in carriages and bug gios, but a majority walked. The alarm was sounded ot 9.30 and.many who attendod the ftro had just ro -turned from church, consequentlyttooy ��ro nlnca'b' dressed for the occasion Mr. Blank was not nit toome. Vwing oirt of tlie city on business; hence the nifnir will be quite a surprise to him when he returns. Mrs. Blank woro a Ught pcrcn.le k'imono and had her hair done up in kid curlers. The firotnnn responded readily and worked heroically to subdue the soothing flames. Most of them weixi young and fairly good-looking. They were drcsfwd in oil cloth coots, cut short, with trousers to n�atch. Their hat rinw woro, narrow in front and i'S manufacturing and shipping centre and invest'Dd heavily. The town is now spok'on of as tha coming Chicago of Western Canada, on account of the great trackage and yards that the C.P.B. are laying at this point in order that they can conveniemtly handle 'the immense freightoge, at Coleridge, in.stead of at points clsevhere as hore^o-fore. l^is feature will certainly cause a substantial boom in town lots in Coleridge. The public are oOened in anoither column an opportunity to purchase lots at the first price ' as this is tihe first titne tl*ey have o\ or been before the ptiMic. This town offers mono business opportunities with a promising futura than any other town in the Wes . There is n6 better .shipping point, no place where power is available at such a trivial cOi*t. Then there is a home mark' separators, grain picklcra, bla-:'it-mith eo�l. LCTHBKIpCK. ALBBKTA. STBAYED. Ono sorrel marc, five years old. Weight about 1300 pounds. Branded -a-' on left thigh. Was last seen In Scott's couUje, southwest of MaclfioU A roward of f 15.00 will be paKl on iotuming to K. H. BAW.SON. I�thbrld:.iC. TO BKN'r. A savcnroomed house on Argyle .\vcniic. Apply to H. K. KELLEV, liathbridso. The first sign of a roan's strength is his knowledife of his own weakness, Serve a -Jumble" With Coffee if yon want to please your family. A "Jumble" is not only satisfying but is the correct thing with coffee. There is no heavy after feeling from eating a "Jumble" providing it is one of the ROYAL BLUE brand. Sold in bulk by all good grocers, if your grocer will not serve you with Royal Blue Jumble, write the factory direct and we will send -yon a package on trial WT, ALBERTA BISCUIT CO.. LTD. 3.14. CALG.iRY A AA ALTA Synopsis, Coal Mining Regulations Coal mining rights of the Dominion, in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the North-West Territories and British Columbia, may be leased for a term of twenty-one years at an annual rental of $1 an acre. Not more4^ than 2,560 acres will be leased tc one applicant. Application for a lease must be made to the Agent or Sub-Agent of the district in which the rights applied for are situated. In surveyed territory the land must be described by sections, or legal sub-divisions of sections, and in unsnrveyed territory the tract applied for shall be staked out. Each application must be nc-c�mpanied by a fee of 15, which will be refunded if the rights f)|> plied for are not available bat iiot otherwise. A royalty shall be paid , on the merchantable output of the mine at the rate of five cents per ton. Every lessee of coal mining rights which are not being operated shall furnish the district Agent of Dominion Lands with a sworn statement to that effect at least once in each year. The lease will include the coal mining rights only, but the lessee may oe permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may be considered necessary for the working of the mine at the rate of 110 an acre. For full information application should be made to the Secretary of the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or Sub-Agent of Dominion Lands. W. W. CORY, Deputy Minister of the Intei^Vjb N.B.-Unauthorizerl pnblicatioA of thlft advertisement will not be paid for. US ;