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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 5, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta �^iiiimtmintiiwiihtiinmnt-mitt ^hH-hh-iiii1111nin Good Coal Stock is Better than a Bank lEe Royal Collieries 10 SQUARE MILES OF COAL LANDS A consolidation of the Barnes Mino Just north ol Lethbridge, Allwrta, with Severn I surrounding sections making it one of the largest, and most vultiab.lv coal lands in Alberta. Ctfim �,�,"" W� $1 HUES Amount of coal underlying their lands is variously estimated at from 00,000.000 to 70,000,000 ton*. They have tho ftumo coal m*a�uroB and the same quality of Domestic and Bteum Coal tin tho fatuous Gait and Diamond Coal Minos. The Dnrmm Mino has lieen \uy 50c. a shnre (or Diamond Coal, but the fortunate holders are asking 75c. dull Coal is coin-inn money for its stockholders. Ho will lloyul Collieries. ununited mm\ mm outfuti ununited ohms! Will he the result when this company completes its tipple and lays /our miles of truck across the level prairie to iMhbridge, where they connect with the A. It. & I. nnd the C. P. It. Oct In on tho first Issue of Treasury Shares which we are offering to the public in blocks' of in to SHI at 25c Per Share The same people who floated and marie such a success of tho International Coak\ and Coke arc the prims movers in the lloyul Collieries. International went on the market at 25c. per share and is paying 32 ocr cent, annually on the money Invested at this price. One dollar Invested then Is worth $3J>'J, an increase of 08 por cent, per year. Why bo content with 3 |*>r cent, when an opportunity such us this presents itself. MIGHTON & CAVANAUCH BROKERS Drawer 1083 NELSON, B.C. Phone 110 ill it i ii nut it 11111 it i nnm mm nimiiiiniiniii in 111 n 1 id IF YOU WISH TO BUY ..WINTER WHEAT LANDS- -CONSULT- HATCH & COONS Tho choicest lands in all parts of tho Lethbrklgo District. HATCH & COONS, Oliver lllock, Lethbridjje Early Closing To be Tested Tbo municipal rulers gathered In conclave on Monday evening, all tho members being present but Aid. Macbeth.' Tho feeling of having nearly complolod the year's work seemed to> pervade the meeting and Aid. Vroo-man, who wns chairman of tlic cum-mittce of the whole was I'litwin led it was his lust chance. \ deputation of tho merchants Including A. Southard, J. 1lhei' horse or team wouta have to be purchased. This brought out p. discussion why the city's team was � down at the river bottom when tho I fire alarm wns rung tho other day. No explanation was forthcoming from any of the aldermen. I Aid. Watson got after Aid. Cun-nlngham, chairman ol tho Fire, Wa-l*r and Light Committee, because the 600 feet of hose supposed to lie ordered for the North Ward had not . licen placed while IfiOO foot for tho I main putt of the city hud lieen purchased later. Aid. Cunningham pointed out thai the report of tho committee on July 2, li)07, recommended the e(|Ulpment of old chemi- tho council asking that the penalties cfti ,.ulminK Ruftr foi. for the violation of the early-closing o( ,ne North Ward, bylaw Ijo Increased to $25-MO, Instead of from $12-?10 as in the by. law at present. L. Keel, through his lawyer W. C. Ives, notified the council that before tho Suprcme,.Court on December 10th action would be take to quash the fire protection Owing to the financial stringency the $500 for this purpose had not been voted, henco the delay. Aid. Cunningham protested against the criticism of tho Fire, Water and Light Committee and explained lhe work attempted and that, accomplished by tho corn-bylaw on the followng grounds?- lnittec. GLENDOWER ALLEN Real Estate Farm Lands Good Solid Investments. Raw and Improved Lands For Sale. Pincher City Lots from $65 to $400 Dobbie's Sub-Division adjoining Depot, from ' For plans and information apply t� GLENDOWER ALLEN Land Office Pincher Station, Alta $35 to $300 Don't Wait Until the Week before Christmas for your . HO LID A Tt PHOTOS : See CRABB, the expert Photogra-^ fiher, and secure sittings early. R. CRABB Redpath St., Lethbridge Sonny Southern Alberta farm Lands and lethbridge Property We have a large list. Everything we sell is worth the money. Call and see us or telephone No. 182 Eakin & Matthews Ltd. lethbridge, Alta. 1. that tho bylaw is in excess of thu i powers conferred on the council by the lotflslo'luro of tho province, 'J. that the bylaw Is arbitru -y air! prcsslvo as It makes an pr.'u.l discrimination butwe^n olffciv'.-. ilnssos of merchants sdUing t'i >n.. e articles Ji, that it Is in Uio 'o-u'.'-'it  f U� In view of the above letter, * the council could not sec its way clear to B',|int the ro(piest of the committee but promised to consider it should the hyluvQnot Ire quashed. J). .1. Whitney appealed for u> refund of the super-asnossmont tax paid on the lots on lied path street upon which ho lins erected a brick block since the assessment. The solicitor wrote that the Kll'son Milling Co. had complot d their mill. Tho council accepted the wtatainent but he will bo asked if the ^ily ney return to tho company tho bond ihey gave the city. The engineer reported cm the r.uvd up by the brick ynrtl that u road cll, Dominion superintendent of Forestry, wrote that the city would gt>t trees in the spring. No lilacs or evergreens will Ik> available, however, | 11. H. Jamieson, C.I'.U. superintend cut, wrote regarding a watchman i and gate at tho Call street crossing I that he did not sue the necesety for such as there is very little truffle ov- j er the crossing. I Hegnrding the changes in the city's charter. City Solicitor Conylioaro wrote that the council should piidea-vor to get all the dosirwl changes so as to make ull applications at once. The pmiiid which has hitherto been upon Campbell street allowance has � been abolished for the (iocs not consider it advisable or necessary. lie believes that the n.'ivsi.ury wali'r supply can lie got by exte.ision to the present system ul a fur l-'ss expense. The engineer recoinin udetl tho spending of & 1 It for repairing the tel-lone line b.-t^veen the pump house and pnuer house. The Mayor and secretary w.^re ou-thoi'iy.ed to M'gn u nole for S17/*'J,-), moiv or less, to i-n\.-r the over-ilraf-t at the Hank of Montreal. A set of regulations uuid.' by Chief Vurry governing the polio- force Wefe declared lo be cons stent with the bylaws of the city and wen' adopted. Aid. CunniimliaTii usU-i! i he K'eolric Company to sit up and notice tPut many street hiiup-s �er- out of pdi miss, tlmt an inspection lv made and tin- burnt-out light he replaced It  in with. The Chief of I'oliee was instructed to ki-ep eouiit of Iho street lights not burning and in make daily report to the Kin-, Wat r aiwl Light ('c)l)Hllitli>.V In couiplianee with ill.- understanding when the s�pe;--ii.-s,-.,sinent was made thnl property improved during the yeur should have a refund, a motion wns passed asking the assessor to go over the list and report the properties upon which refund can bo granted. Aid. Oliver moved supported 1 ' Ihj CANADIAN PACIFIC ANSUAL Eastern Canada Excursions Low Ronnd trip rates to ONTARIO. QUEBEC and MARITIME PROVINCES - j council, to the delight  tin- or. Tickets on sale Doc. 1 to Doc. Ml,'that a Venlura MeUe )e installed in  inclusive, good to return within throo| the pump-house. Aid. Mownum, und. | Watson opposed the purchase. Tho, in connection Atlun-iMuynr and Aid. Cuuninghuin explain- j will bo on ed the great wilue of tho metro in j limited to'estimating the cost of the city's wa-i jter anil gave grounds for churging I Firsts sufficient for water cd tho mutter. Heturnlng to the chemical engine discussion, Aid. Cunningham explain-jd that tho difference In cost between a single and two horse engine wns $475, the cost being $1'125 and Si800 respectively. The single horse engine is a combin ntlon chemical lire engine nnd ladder truck ami will carry four men. Tho tank hus a capacity of sixt;.- gallons und Is cquipiKHl with ono thirty foot, windlass extension ladder, one four teen foot roof ladder, on� fourteen foot wall bidder, one pull down hook with rope and one pike hook. H was decided to order the single engine with a polo ns wyll us shnfts sn us to enable itho using of two horses if nooessury. On motion of Aids, llovfnan r.nd Watson tho engineer was instructed to erect at once a shed for tho hoso reel nnd some hose on Westminister I'loocl In the North Ward. Tho Major ruled the motion oi�t of order as the Fire, Wnter and Light Committee had already Kinde a similar recommendation nnd tho recommendation wns voted down owing to the money stringency. Tho following accounts were ordered paid:- J. .1. Johnston.................. .70 Hell Telephone Co................ 10.00 [ Hogers Cunningham Ubr. Co. .08 I A. Huston ........................... 10.00 i Central Hardware Store ...... 10.55 I Nelson & Frnser .................. 13.35 j .1. D. Uiginbotham ................25 j Loth. Klectric Co................ 80.00 i A. it. & i. Co...................... io.or C. W. Cray ........................... 1.50 IjoIIi. Iron Works .................. 7.55 ;McKcnzie & Hoy .................. 22.8ft Chns. A. Strilinger ............... 4.03 Lth. Brick & Terru Cotta Co. 18.9ft Hell Telephone Co................ 22.50 A. H. & I. Co......................... 5.31 .1. McH. Shivel.v ..................... 2.50 Nutionnl Meter C(T................ 15.(10 Mussers. Limited .................. 1 (50.00 C. W. Cray........................... 2.10 Harrison & Co...................... 11.20 .1. McH. Slmeh ..................... 4.00 Soiith.'in Alberta Sews ......... R.10 The |.\hiws voted on last Week I were n-id the third time and passed. A I'.vUi- i for the extension of sewer and plank sidewalks, was read first, second and tliijil times, and passed. Tie-e sew. rs and sidewalks are those? built during the summer. 'lhe linanrinl condition of, the Canning-l!ry,in Construct:on Co., builders of the Isolation Hospital, is cans ing the i-otiocil some concrn. There is about S-'07(l coming to the builders from the eiiy but there have boon liens filed against the building amounting to over $2,00(1. The matter was left in the hands of -the solicitor to deal with. On motion of Aid. Cunningham, Aid. Macbeth wtus appointed a representative of 1he Council to attend | the shareholders' fiuvting of the Wool len Co. to vole in the S2H.000 stock represent ed by the bonus given by the city to th.' company. The health of the Nation will be improved use of COWAN'S PERFECTION COCOA Pure, nutritious and easily digested. THE COWAN CO.. Limited. TORONTO What tickles us is to hear a man who has carefully turned up the bottom of his trousers und jabbed four geometrical dents in his hat, talking in sarcastic tones ubout) feminine dvMdgear. � Hargain counter dom prufltublo. marriages arc sol- For tnat hard times feeling, take Dr. Choorup's Extract of Sumhin. and Good Choor. months. Tickets issuod tic Steamship Business salo from Nov. 23, and five months from dato of issue. Finest lOquipmetit. Standard class Sleeping and Tourist Cars all Through Trains. TWO THROUGH EXPRESS TRAINS DULY Apply to nearest C.I'.U. Agent full information. DID YOU KNOW? "When you rocoivo a l.i >v.' on arm," said tho auvith la bin f/ Jones, "what makes it turn l-be �"G-ivw it up," said Jonas. ''Well, bocftuso the pa it tense blow is blow." responded Smith gloofully. struct�'d to gel the nulls and dies of the city coat of arms for use on doctor j untcnts lo be used on the city slu-d31: tionery. There wits an interesting discus-siou on the rccoinniendation of tho cbuir-uiau of the Fire. Water and Light the! Cnnimitt.m that a single horso chenv iuidiicul engine be purchnsod. Several of tho councillors favored tho purchuso of tho tivo horso engine Aid. Cun-cf.ninvham oxplaineil that W. If. lUirc.li ivspt ndwl! secretary of tho V'nderwritors' Asko-[ciution had recommended a single en- A tickling cough, from any rouse, is quickly stoppeil bj 1�r. Slump's Cough Cure, And it is so thougbly harmless and safe (hut I'r. Shoop tells mothers everywhere to give il without hesitation, even to young babes. Tho v holesoine green leaves and tender stems of a lung-healing mountainous shrub, furnish the curative prol>cTties lo Dr. Slump's Cough Cure. It culms the cough und heals tho sore and sensitive bronchial mem hrunes. -No opium, no chloroform, nothing harsh used to injure or suppress. Simply a resinous plant extract ttuil helps to heal uching'lungs T)k� SiMilliards call this shrub which the Dr. uses, "The Sacred Herb". Always demand Dr. Whoop's Cough Cure Sold by all dealers. Trial catarrh treatments ace being mailed out fr.H'. on reipi,>st, by Dr. Shoop, ltacine, Wis., These tests aro proving to the people-without a j penny's cost-'the great value of this scientific prescription known every-i where as Dr. Khoop's Calarrh Heme-I dy. Sold by all dealers. MINAUDS mSTEMI'KIl. MN1MICNT CLUES 41 L. & J. McLeay HAVE CHRISTMAS For Ladies No nicer ({'its f- r n lndy can be found thiitt -tur *t'. J. McLEAY REDPATH STREET - LETHBRIDGE � TWs Q*t-S Weekly Free Press and Prairie Farmer, Winnipeg Family Herald and Weekly Star, Montreal LethbHdge Herald " Sunny , Alberta1. Beat THESE THREE REGULAR PRICE $3.50 $2.50 AN OPFEU WANTS OP WHICH MEETS ALL CLASSES THE SPECIAL OF HEADERS. The Wostern Canadian reading public is made up chiefly of these classes: Persons who liuvu lived in tho west for any lengthy period and ar� out-and-out Westerners, and recont arrivals from the Old Country, from tho 1'nltod States and Eastern Cat ada, Perhaps no ono newspaper could cater with complete satitjfaotion to ail these classes but by this combination offer every special need Is mot. The Weekly Free Dress and Prairie Farmer gives a complete record vivk by week of nil happenings in the Western Provinces. In addition it bus 8]ieriul departments for American nnd British sottlorB. Tho Family Hornld and Weekly Slur suppliostho former residont of Eastern Canada with tho nows of tbo Eastern portion of tho Dominion in dotiviWd form and tho LethbridRe Herald provides the local Western news, which you eannot do without. .......................................100 LETinimtlGIO HEUALD: Find enclosed $2.50, for which solid mo Weekly Froo Press and Prairie Farmer, Winnipeg; Family Herald and Weekly Star, Montreal; and Loth-bridge Herald, for ono year each. , ;