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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 15, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta Listen! Can you hoar your watch tick? Docs it need repairing? Remember that f enn repair your watch the way it should be repaired. My work isgunrnnteed We have just opened a shipment of Ct'T G LASS. Every piece is a dandy, besides you will never, never, never' have the chance to buy theui at such low prices. A pleasure to �how goods. C. Ross Tate The Jeweler Yoa will be building possibly this gcasoiu and will require Bath Room Warm Air Furnace �-or - Hot Water System We are prepared to give you right prices and the best of material. We make a specialty of this work and you are sure of satisfaction. Particular attention paid to jobbing. See us regarding your next job of electrical houso-wiring. Phone 116. HicK (gL Wahely The Lending Tinners. Plumbers, Steam and Hot Water Fitters. Soo-Spokane Train Wreck On Monday morning n most (lis -treaslng niiident took place nt Mnc-leod when the en�t-l>outHl Son Spokane flyer was wivrked, killing the two nio that none hut tlie hnggnge car Were wrecked nnd the |mKM>nger* fortunately "Were uninjured. The ileceawd enifin.vr hud lately Will It lx> Calgary or Mdmonton hut our lacrosse team will meet to dechle tho provincial, championship? | They are playing fast lacrosse in jthe northern district ami the issue lis lx'ing fought to a finish. It is Un-j fortunate thai In tho southern dis-itriei there has -lieen really only | one tenin. As it is the local team i has never had to extend itself to s�how whnl It is capable of doing when up ngnins-t the real, tubing. Moreover, constant practice to pro-jpatv for hard gomes keeps the twin I iti good shnp{ Hh> meet which oromlaus ty |>e tho Calgary local In-fore the Soo- n great success. The events /include Spokane tr.iins Mar-ted. Mrs Mm- ^ 100 yord dash. 'J'JO yard dash, iqunr-gntroyd went to the scene of thedls- i,,r ut[\,, nin, half inikrond Jump, day morning The burial will take (running high Jump, pole vault, put. I place in Crnnhrook and will lv in. ting 12-pnund shot, nnd five mile i charge of the llroihorhood of U>  ! race. The evtmts ari> o|�'ii to any icomotlvo V*.nglne�'rs. amateur athlete. The other victims, IV-rt Porney and | -;� - j doe Kellogher will be buried tty the J Tlw onno'inceiik-nt that Tom Long-| Brotherhood of I-ocomotive Kirviivn jlKmi the murvellous Indian : at Crnnhrook. ] The l-xuct rnuse of the accident |cannt>t lx' definitely d.-tprminetl although it is prolmhiy due tti the (net that the huge engine was too heavy j'or a defective rail The Coroner t) .1. Cnmploll is | holiiing nn 'ui'iuoft which may get Aoitte light as to the cause of the ! wreck. runner. may go to Vancouver to take |Kirt In the great carnival of sport there willincn-ose the ititereirt in longdistance running in the W.-st. Hum of Calgary, Mnrsh of Wlnni|ieg nnd tlH- champion of the const ore nil unxious to meet Longboat B� a Booster Rooster Fitting the Country i>o you know there's lots of people net tin' round In every town, ttrowlin' llkn a, broody chicken, knock Ing every good thing down? You who are new-convrs to this j Don't yn arrival �vk the advice of the | loininissioner of immigration. px - ; If your town neisls boost-in' lnx>st 'er pluining your circutiiMtnnces, your don't hold back ami wnH to w'orklng ability ami your future see hopos most faithfully and truly cor If soiik> other fellow's willln'-Hail rect. Don't nia^e 'the imst.ike of , right in. this country's fr�v, over-rating your cash capital oryour ; No on�''s got n morlgnge on It. It's l: I Rogers - Cunningham Lumber Co., Ltd. X ^^^^^^^x^^ax^^ |0 Oeorfe Rogers^ s Builders9 Supplies of Every Description Wholesale and Retail Lumber Shingles Mouldings Building Paper Lime Tar Paper Doors Windows Lath Cedar Fence Posts | Phone 23. Lethbridge, Alta. uenlhotne, nnd all felt that they had pa��Med an evening full of interest and excitement. The "editress" hnd unconsciously hit ofl a sphmdWI Hi of "feature" work, but it was In Kansas; und the editor cut short his vacation to put an end to the only thing that made his paper worth reading. The Mer*i*� Bath' i cniHihllity, nml act on the udvice i 'givofi to \he letter. ! fSlve yourself tinv to adjust to the* is recoo;niy.i'�l K�Mit*rnlly ns � great nc^. t.orM|itions surrounding yon. 1�> harbinger of ht-ultb, und when it ;si�w to'decide thut weaiv ,.ithei-i-uii be taken nmul sanitary stir- j ),,.,.,,,,., ,, �'' jn-opie roundiims it becomes a luxurious !\Vum awhile i^roiv you express your necessity. Any tli�iitclination you j opinion nt all: awl. as you value yokr may have for n cold plunge on uris- ,ovvn ,nvni.,v nm| cmadian i\-s| ing will soon vanish if you havens j don't go about amongst ndghbors fit up your bathroom with open, n>lnni.kinR upon yolll.  h(>liu." toll. waniUiry plmnbing. |�rcelnin baths, m^.lil>t)>i >llr ,|iV(,,w, of - reversoi und theiraccomptinyingappliances; f,P,UIK.s  ,r Vour recent "loss ot  money owl friends" Don't criticize jCunndiun uiMhods and don't carp at Phone in 1ii suit you mi' the world stvias kimlcr wrong, What's the mutter wiith n hiMistin' just to help the thing alonuT.' 'Cuuse if things should stop a-goln' ve'rl Im� In n sorry plight- You Just k with alt your might. DRRYING. If you wish draying or moving of any kind dono, call on us. We have the largest and best equipped cartage business in tho city, with thoroughly experienced men in charge. All work promptly attended to. Hay and Oats of the bust grade for sale. Coal delivered to all {parts of the city uu short notice. us j with "people nt home!" We havt. no fonr of toinparison with nnybody onywlieo-; and, like youi-svlves, we [ cuiim, to Canada west hccnUNo couhln'i set- any present, any If for to Hut ue ' future jTltat ho|i,, "nt home!" So that, for nt ' least six months after arrival, nmke | up your mind that it is \�Ol" must ndjust yourself'to your surrouiKllngs for make up vour uiiml Cuiia some feller tryln' nuke soun* project go. \n' you cm iKioNt it up a trille, that's your rua to lot him know, you're not n-goln' to knock it Just hecitum* It ain't your "shout," you're going to boost a little, "cause he's got the �\ thing out Western Warehouse & Transfer Co., Ltd. Office -First door south of Opera House Phone 63 While You Wait Shoe Repair Shop. Men's shoes soled and heeled in 30 minutes. Price 1.00. F. GERMAN West of Bentley Co. FOR SALE. Four good heavy toams, heavy harnesses with teams. Two wagons, two sulky plows, onu gang plow Apply, c. s. uqnm\ 4 nvllos south of lethbridge, ncur the A.It. tf 1. track. 1-8-15-22 FOR SALE. New six room house. Cheap. Close In, Very easy terms. Apply to GEO. PEACOCK'. aie cutwn St.. 18-26-1-8. Lethbridga McKenzie&Roy ELECTRICIANS Dealers in Everything Electrical. House and Office Lighting is our specialty .. Repairs promptly attended to.. Oftice- Uedpath St, Lethbridge Phone 204 WANTED. A good gvmn-ul servant Mrs. C. V. ltcniu-11. Apply to I'o.sniuv v\c.\\T. This territory is op.-n fur nn agent, either lady or gentlonKin, to repro -sent us and handle oul. |>erfccllng fit-ling, lailor^nitwle-'to.oi'der skirts. A capable agent eun umke ft mrgo sal' nry. Apply nt once tu DOMIN'HJW CAHMEXT COMPANY LIMITED. Ho.\ 208. OUELPH, ON'T. 8-1.1-22- ity iJon't sit down ami grouse, lkm't tell tint neighbors you have lieen "e�l into coining." Xo one will believe you. and and you will'l>e laughed at t>esides. It you were so easily "duped" there's sojnothing wrong with your mental capacity nml that suggestion leads to another suggestion one wouldn't like to nvntion. Don't write letters "homo" to tho newspapers liccause th� editor went to your uncle's a��i "to tea on Sunday; and don't praise us or blame us e.Ttravagunt ly l>e -cause no one will believe you until you have been in the country long enough to judge correctly. lkm't spend tho time grousing which might be put to useful nml paying "becupn-t ion Just como into Canada hopefully); conio as poor as you like, as sad or os sorry as^fou feel; us "indepen -jdk-iit" ns you choose, but do coiiiu Prepared to give Canada und yourself a chance. If you uccepl our hosplt-nlity show gratitude and express thanks. If you are "inilep>>iHk>nt" prove it hy deexls not words. Show you are a gentleman-n gentlewoman --and the only way -to prove this is �o talk, to net. to behave like oin. Wo lwive up to the prest lxieiivery Patient with the 'overseas eilllUrn of tho "Orouser." 'l^he one who failed "ut hoine" has come west and "fnil-etl" again. Failure is written in his eye-it rolls oft his tongue, and nil the ability he possesses is put to Pvnn'ng "letters" of complaint ' to Hewspn|>ers "nt home." The roiiimonsenKo new-coiner who arrivos wflh every hope of success and willingly works for that suceess, to all such welcome, thrice welcome to Canada the golden. Such t.V|K's do themselves, their faruway ^loiliict-Inwl and Canada credit. They uro tho material strength of which nat-ioivs aiu huil'l and made.- Munl'toba Erec Press. If you know some feller's fallln's lust forget 'em, for you know The same feller's got some good points, them's the ones you wont to show; "Cast your loaves out on the waters," they'll come buck, a say in' true, Mel�l,e they will como back "buttered" when some fellow Ivoosts for you. THE SOCIETY EDITRESS FIRE. AT A Today's duties we|,l dono means tomorrow's rest well won. Recently n Kansas editor took a vacation, leaving his pa|ier in charge of n reporter, nml a young lady who "did" society and whose forto was describing pink tenu, society functions and weddings. A fire broke out nnd hero is the account that tho young Indy turned out: "tjuite a numlxsr of |tcoplo in this part of tho city attended a fire last night nt tho resKlenco of Mr. nnd Mrs. Illank on Thirteenth street. Some went in carriages ami buggies, but a majority walked. Tha alarm was sounded ut 0.110 und many who attended the Are had just re  turned from churoh. consequentlythej were already dressed for tho occasion Mr. Itlnnk was not at home, being out of the city on business; hence tlte affair will he quite a surprise to him when he rotums. Mrs. Illank wore a light percale k-lmouo and hnd her hair dono up in kid curlers. Tha fireman responded readily and worked heroically to suIkIuo the seething flames. Most of them wore young ami fairly good-looking. Tliey wore dressed in oil cloth coals, cut short, with trousers to ntntch. Their hat rims 'wore, narrow in front and broad behind, and ragged down in this roar. Tho chief's hat wns ornamented with nn octagonal brass spike, which stuck up above his head lika a horn giving him fthe upiwamnce of a unicorn. When tho flnines broke out through the second storey and cast a lurid hue over the surrounding buildings the view wns one never to bo forgot-| ten. At a late hour the sight seers Power and Fuel fot a Million The town of Coleridge is looming up ns a manufacturing nnd railway centre of the West Coleridge, Alta.. Aug. 12.-It is dllllcult for tlie reader to fully real-Ira the enormous amount of power that is available nt this town unless the huge gns wells- here are n�'t-ually visited. The fact that the pressure is over OMI pounds will con vey to soiik* the immensity of the proposition ns it really exists. Coleridge is what has been known ns Dunmoiv ami is tlio junctional point of the Crow's Nes-t lilt and the Main lino of the When gns was struck, the eyes of ninny far seeing business men turned to Coleridge, they saw thut it must soon ho n big manufacturing and shipping centre and invented heaviiy. The town is now spoken of as th.� coming Chicago of Western Canada, on account of the great trackage and yurds thut the CP.It. ure laying at this point in order that they enn conveniently handle the immense freightage, at Coleridge, instead of nt points elsewhere as borw-to-fore. This feature will certainly cause a Mibslantlul liooin in town lots In Coleridge. The public aro offered in another column an opportunity to purchase lots nt the first price ' as (his is the first time tliey have ever lieen before the public. This town offers more business opportunities with a promising future than any other town in tho Wes . There is n rattier than brlllUuev. Robo Bowls, Flower Centres, Decanters nnd JugB are most prominent in the assortment, some of which come mounted in sterling silver, others plain. f W. J. Armstrong! JEWELER ENGRAVER OPTICIAN. Agent tor BELL PIANOS STItAYKP. One sorrel mare, five years old. Weight about 1200 oounds. Urandod on left thigh. Was last seen in Scott's coulee, southwest of MacVod A reward of $15.00 will Iw paid on loturning to K. II. 1UWSON, J^thhrlil.^e. L H. FOWLER & CO. General Ulacksmithlng and Horseshoeing. New buggies to order, carriage painting, all kinds of woodwork in wag-no, windmills, fanning mills, crettra separators, grain, bla-:k-mith coal. UCTMBKIDCE, ALBERTA. Serve a -" Jumble " with Coffee TO UK N'T. A seven roomed house on Argyle Avenue. Apply to II. K. KKLLEY. lethbridga. --^- Tho first sign of a man's strength is his knowledge of his own weakness, 1 I I if you want to pleaso your family. A ".Tumble" 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 (he ROYAL BLUE brand. Hold in bulk by all good grocers. If yonr grocer will not serve you with Koyal Blue Jumble, write the factory direct and we will send yon a package on trial �mt. ALBERTA BISCUIT CO., LTD. .'W. CAI-OARY A ALTA A A CAB LIVERY when you need a CAB To go to the s'ution or bring friends to your home. F. T. KANE Successor to C. A. Johnston. V'nder Electric Light Office. PHONE 179 'synopsis, Coal Mining Regulations Coid mining rights of the Dominion, in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta. th� Yukon Territory, tho North-West Territories and British Columbia, may bo leased for a term of twenty-one years at an annual rental of $1 an acre. Not inoro^ than 2,5(50 acres will be leased tc one applicant. Application for n lease must be mnde to tho Agent or Sub-Agent of the district in which the rights applied for are situated. In surveyed territory the hind must l�e described by sections, or legal sub-divisions of sections, and in nnsnrveyetl territory tho tract applied for shall be staked out. Each application inust^ be accompanied by u fee of *>, which will be refunded if the rightB a implied for aro not available but itot 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 6Worn statement to that effect at least once in each year. The lease will include the coal mining rights only, but the lessee may bo permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may be considered necessary for the working of the mine at the rate of $10 an acre. For full information application should bo made to tho 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 Inteijtit N.B.-Unauthorized publication of thin advertisement will not be paid t'cr. ;