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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 5, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta I1 Gossip from * Capital I The follov lug correspondence ro- ' ttdinonton, Doc, i>.-O. ISaltlio and las. Hot orison, ^commissioners for llw Piuchor Create license district, have resigned, as a result of the Attorney-General's dopnrtnioiu refusing a license to bo granted lit, Plncher .Station. The Commissioners did not interpret tluss Itoelotnlod the glad- one must have realized how true aro �trulls to other distant places, and at ' some light, and a tow Hakes of snow those insplivd lines '"I'ho night is the book yet another stretch nf hills commenced to fall. This was luckily | dark, and I am fnr from home," nnd Those atv more J soon dist>elloil, the temporary dark-| that, "Change is our portion hero." aid.) In tho evidence taWn in the lumber inquiry lion. Mr. Finlay's name was brought In hut it Is only fair to tho Minis lor of AgrlcpHurc to say that garding the continued enforcement of' borta during the past four yoirs weiv tho laws, particularly during the pro-jus follows: lihil, MM. itfos. "�">,- sonoo of lurgo numbers of lompornry ti(K); 1�0H, 85,000; UH)7, 5.V000. residents during the construction of i Tho shipments of sheep from Alberto us � la and Saskatchewan for 11)00 total-| led fi7,02'l. The estimated nutnlicr for this year was Hfl.TiM. Tho price; In tho oarl.v part of the year was $1} a head hut at present sales aro holng made at $.* and SI.50. Wool is selling at one cent Ivlow tho rato lust year. One of the most striking character Islics in the development of Canada ! with scattered pities Is the keeping up of Christ nnitj with the o|h-ning up of the country. Any li. tending immigrant need haw With the close ot round Introduction tho norvice a took place and QCKSTlONS TDK Mil. SON W. II. Henderson, Ksq. City. IVar Hir:~Uy answering tho fol or loss coveivd with snow pre�vnt Ing 1 uoss vanishing. As a small hody up a vorypretty and dazzling uppoaranc.i proached tha.t "Teniplo of Ills HtiKo' At the ln�ttoin of the Hills anil in as moan almost as his lowly manger then the outhousn or stabk� waH vl� no fetir of losing the exercise of his th, valley is sltunto one or two, bed, within wotv gathered some half J (toil nnd Ihe pnrishoners of this wlilo or hv>r tvllglous principles in tho buildings fenced In. This was until dozen people, iho first worshipp�rs to ly oxtoiidod parish Iwtook thomso ves form of public worship, for in the recently tlve l'olicv 'Point, but is now arrive, clad in their fur cups and ev-jlo their various homes and ninnyj of most rvmote districts some recogniz- ( uninhabited. One of the buildings Is idontly prepared for any *.�t of elo- them will no doiiln, with the wrIBer, ed form of Divine Sorvieo is bi�M* . howowr utlli/.iKl for tho holding o(' mt'irtH. Tho congivgntlon was com-' recollect that memorable llt'tlo ner\-V brief doscilption of one as It np-1 religious stn the Albortu Asso-lwhom wo shall Ciatlon was formotl In- rofused to join : Mayor for 190S. I to n marked fall in the demand, cuus --I j I" past years tlu- liquor ordinnmvs cd lo a considerable extent by tho II. 11. Rfiiini'l-l tho counsel for tho of the province have boon o|x>nly vio- praitical ch.s ng down of tho lumber lumber mon has ondouvorcd in sever- Intod in the city. jbuslr.ess. yoir tlv prices paid I Will you. if elected. see that every  for horses ranged from ST."� to ?100 ordinaneo and bylaw of our city Is ; hut this year there has Uen a drop strictly enforced? And will you give of 2."er cent. to the police your support and co- The Albortu furmer is beginning to 'oivration in enforcing the same. 'realize that the raising of hogs is ltoMjNt-tfully submitted, as roprc- very profitable, l^iwt year tho ship- noirts of reached IIO.O'.I'J but Tho hors-.s shipp.^1 out of Ubcrta ,muly sm,l,nr character celebruted InlcatMlral one has done. Its simplicl-nnci Saskatchewan last year number- if,,r nwnv ,,luc,'s �" tho ,"'""',cs of n,ul ^"n-stness being wry mark Kor this year tho nguivs lhls v,lst P�'�ln,�n-Ninoty Per cent, of thosj At t,,t' foot tht' r-v',rcss Hl""' The falling nwn.v from tho haunts of iney, there our vote for : off of tho shipments of horses is duo i1,0 "m not being pro-sociHod. Mr. Wooils. the Deputy Attorney Genornl, smashed this scheme; ready waiting ami a young lady presided at the harmonica, an Instru tnent I was surprised to soo in such a forlorn neighborhood, Uulto a little congroga'Ion rose lo sing tho initial hymn, and everything doomed to Next Sunday the NcmconturmhtlM hold a meeting nt tho same place, tt s|�nks woll for Canada that each sect vies with tlv others In maintain ing the spread of tho gosiiel, there Icing as there should be, an entire absence of jealousy and antagonism. Watch for the Dully Herald. of Mr. IlotitM>'.t'H ly pointing out tViat.'. seating a large number of tho city's tho government ,w�*> prepared to pro- ratepayer*, seen to every momlvr of the combine -anth November, asking . me 1 Ihut, if elected mayor of the city for 1DOS, I will noo that every or-dinaiicv> and bylaw of our city is strictly enforced, and that I will give to tho polico my support ami co-operation in enforcing same. In ; reply. I lierehv iloolaiv a continuance of the strict observance of all tho 'city's '.lyluws, otherwise I vould bo-j lie my outh of office if elected. ! Tho Uqunr bylaw is TIIKHK. 'ho who lilts off tho lid while 1 Mayor will g,�t well scalded. Yours truly, WM. HKNU..I ---*- and am A liverty mayoralty campaign is in progress here but it is generally expected that John A. McDougull will he eleotcU. The first farmer's line in connection with tho Provincial tulophono system has boon built and is now in operation at Morloy, a settlement west of Calgnry. The lino extends eight mrcs. There are eight subscribers and the charge is (15 a year. Tn Ontario tho Liberal lewder is loading an agitation for law reform, lie points out tho outrageous law costs are a drain upon the people and though a Iuwyer himself ho advocates tho adoption of a Charge to cover an entire �aso In- j stead of tho pros.-nt system of taxing costs for every little move made I-�-*tl�britlKo Herald comes with no hf tho lawyer. It !s interesting to , nuws' note that tho District Courts Art' Mr A- T- Ko,,t is Imving a ball pas�..d at tlie first session of tho Al-! bu,lt 20 x 20 M''"""- J'*b� W�ld and J. It. I,ukens aro doing the 1 car;-oiitcring. Mr. Ar.ii.-1 Williams is busy collect in� for hi* threshing. this year the figure has increased to HI,OOO. The total amount ot milling wheat raise*! in Allwrta this your was four million bushels and of th s I^jlh-brid|je district and points along tho /J U. & 1. line contrlbutuil the remarkable amount of a million and a half bushels. Tho homestead entries show a decrease t U' the ground 1 for tlie present agitutiuu for law r - ! form. , innvrd tci Nominations. CardsLon--".vtuyor. Mark Speiioeluy, bjr acclamation. Councillors,-Win. Uurtoti, Frank Itrown, M. A. Coombs, ,J. V. Cahuou Itobt. Hey, and Thonius Uucu. l-'or School Trustu.\s; Stirling Williains, 1). E. Harris, dr., II C. l'lilpps. and W. O. Ijuo. Thorj uiv four vucanciei* in the Council uud tluw in the School Hoard. Haymond.-Cor Mayor,-.1. II. Uiv ers, M.D., T. .1. O'Urioii. I'or C uu cillors,-J. W. Kvans, J. M. lohinu'i. 1^ V. King, C. W. Card. (hi. Sjl mam, K. n. Hicks, U. H. McDulTee. TA W. Marris, A. W. Kirkhuru, John I'owclson. School Trustees.-C. 1). Fox, C. II. Lamb. II. C. Jacobs, A. a. McDuffee, W. 11. N'aldor, 1'. 1). Uolfson. There are four vucancleu to ho filled in the Council and fouc in tho School Doard. HcNichol's Views. w. Mctflchol of this city, presidoal and manager ot the Jilntorprlae Ijum-bor Co,, said, "I am prepared to prove that the average retail price of lumber In Alberta Is lower than tho retail price of lumber la any other part of ' North America of equal area," Lumber is higher in Otttuwa than in Lothbrkige, though the Ot-tawa~u>llls have water transportation for their logs atid a market for tuoir slabs, while the mountuin mills being mostly dry 'mills, havo re-course to vehicle transportation. I saw lumber in a yard in Toronto. �OT retailer told ino his froiglrt. rato was 7>i cents, yet bis price was higher than mine In Lothbrjdge where the rate Is 15 oeats frow, the milla to Mm rant." Mr Moss mid family Imvi to le'thbrUlue. Mr. R. MeViilii-i- bus moved I.eti'.briilge also. Mr. and Mr*. Louis l.ane b.-iv buck to their happy home in Illinois. John ('lurk is thinkinp of buildiiic a harm-*-* shop in Ilowville. Mr To-it, hi Horde bus (jnne to th  I'nitod St.-tes for Eli operation, iie-eo'iipsinied by his father, H.A.Hiird�� List S.'.nd.iy M-istt-r Thomas Pitts left Ills holllo without the knowledge of In.-, |iar�-iit., ami ch'I.iI on Jo!ui;iier measurement for hay. Tho following is now alawinMontauu and might be well worth udopting in Alberta. That from and after the passage of this lnw. the following shall constitute the legal mounuivm.-nt for hay in stack in the state of Montana: Four hundred and tuvnty-twci cubic f. ot shall constitute a ton of clean, native. blue-Joint hay, after 00 days ami up to six months .settlement In stack, but wlu-n the sain - shall hav.. been over six mouths ill tile stack, :ile mutually agreed 'upon by the parties. And in making inuitsiiivuients of hay in slack, th.- fol ; lowing is hereby nuule the legal me-| I hods of menMirement, lo-wif Tho ; width and length of the stack shall I ho measured, nnd the distance from I tho pround agniiisit. one side of the 'stuck to the ground against the other side nOlie stuck directly over and joppesite shall l.e taken in linear feet 'and inches, and then tlie width shall j ho subtracted from tho measurement loier the Mack as aboie indicated, the result divided by two and the re-jsull so obtained multiplied by the ^ long-th, which vj'II give the number of j cubic ieL>t contained in the stack, and j the tonnngt; shall thereupon lv deter-j mined by dividing tho total numlier I of cubic feel allowed under the provisions of this act for 11 toll. This uct shall be in full force and effect from and after its passage and approval by the governor. I'lCTI'UKS Minard's Liuimont Co., Limited. Gentlemen,-Last winter I received groat benefit from tho uso of MIS-ARD'S LINIMKNT in a flovoro attack of La Cripi*', and I have frecently proved it to be very effective in caaew of .lnflamation. Yours, W. A. HUTCHINSON. Tho moro people nro educated the moro they appreciate and value pictures of current events-for thoy contribute delightfully at oj glance t.o^a still further education. *   Tho loss people aro educated tho moro they npprcciato nnd value pictures bocauso they ^oll them at a glance 01 interests of which thoy can not or (whops will not read. That is why thoy please and instruct the children.    Everybody likes pictures and no home should lie without its picture paper. The cheapest and liest is tho "Canadiun Pictorial. It is to Canada what tho "London .Illustrated News': and "Graphic" nro to Britain The "Canadian Pic-torn I" contains about one thousand inches of pictures and costs about a thousand dollars aach issue. ,� Only ten cents a copy. One dollar a year. The Store for a Square Deal j Clearing SALE I FOR. EIGHT DAYS ONLY COMMENCING friday, dec. 6th Stock is too big. Must have money. We want you to see the Wares we write about below for your own good. Don't wait for the snow and the whistling whirlwind that drives like. sleet and cuts like sand. It's up to you to secure some of the lines we mention below. We would like you to see them anyhow. Each item is a rare Bargain :-: :-: :-: :-: :-: :-: :-: :-: OVERCOAT SPECIALS Overcoats of the newest R>07 and 1903 makes, of rich imported Meltons and dark grey Freize, double nnd siingle breasted. I'ink of I' ifection, thlie zenith of comfort. Regular price JIG.50 anil $18.50. Sale price............................ $I2.C0. Men's Heavy Overcoats, tweed lining, storm collar, the best ever shown tit $12.;VJ and $8.50. S:ilo price.. $8.60 nnd$0.G0. Tea J.iekets, heavy Tweed Lining, with deep storm collar, value $U.IW. Sale price................................$4.50. WOOLLEN UNDERWAER Men's Heavy Klastic Ribbed Underwear, sells at $2.25 und $2.50 per suit. Sale price SI.75 and $2.00 per suit. FLEECE LINED UNDERWEAR Men's Heavy Weight, regular price $1.25. Sale price..........95ct*. Hoy's size..............76ct�. FANCY SWEATERS Men's Fancy Sweaters, nil wool, in all shades, sell at $2.50 and $2.00. Sale prico...... 12.00 and $1.60. Men's Honvy Working Sweaters, in blue, black, grey and red, regular price $1.25. Sale price .. ,. Wctt. Roy's Sweaters..........60ct�. MEN'S WORKING 60X Men's Heavy Working Sox1, 7 pairs for .. .. ...............$1.00. MEN'S FELT SHOES Men's Felt Shoes, sell at $3.00, $2.75 and $2.50. Sale price $2.50, $2.25 and $2.00. FUR COATS Men's Fur CoaU, Wombat, specially selected mid well matched, pelts, value $50.00. Sale price S37.50. Bulgarian Lamb, regular price $32.50. Sale price........$25.00. Montana Calf, sells regularly for $35.00. Sale price......$22.50. v Black Dog, regular price $30.00. Sale price.............. $22.60. MEN'S FUR CAPS. Persian Lamb, the best over made up, value $12.50 and $10.50. Sale price..........$8.60 uud $6.60. Russian Otter, sells aL�#5.00. Salu prico .................$2.75. Black Opossum, value $3.00. Sale price ................$2.00. MEN'S DETACHABLE FUR COLLARS Gentian Otter, regular prico $5.50. Sale price ............$4.00. Black Opossum, sells al $5.00. Sale price..................$4.00. Montana Beaver, regular prico $7.50. Sale price........$5.00. MEN'S TAILORED SUITS We have just imported for the Christmas season, a chooico selection of tho finest imported worsteds evor shown in Lethbridgo. For style and workmanship thoy are unsurpassed. Splendid at $16.50 and $18.50. During sale .. ............ $12.50. Well selected line of. Tweeds in dark, grey and brown shades. Bargain at $15,00. Sale prico........"............ $10.00. Fine line of Boys' Suits in two or three pieces, from $2.60 up. Boys' Heavy Overcoats..................... $3.50. Men's Heavy Dark Tweed Working Pants. Regular price $2.50 and $2.00. Sale price..................$2.00 and $1.60. If Goods are not satisfactory Money will be refunded *_ iNentar the Sale will lists Eight Dajt OLIVER BLOCK LETH BRIDGE ;