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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 6, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta imc LtiTHBRIDGE riEISALD Have You Any Property for sale If so, list it with us. WE HAVE Sold over 200 lots During the month of November, and are ttUl tuniinf n littk every day. | NEWS OF THIS REGION Taken From Southern Alberta Papers T'TN'OIIER CHKKK It pays to advertise, and we will advertise your lots and sell for the best priee f oiag. The c.B.Bowinon Agency I Lethbridge, Alberta. I DRMYING. If you wish draying or moving of any kind done, call on us. We have the larcjesfc and best equipped cartage business in the city, with thoroughly experienced men in charge. All worii promptly attended to. ^ay and Oats of the best grade for sale. I t I Coal delivered to all parts of the city on short notice. I Western Warebonte & Transfer Co., Ltd. X Office - First door south of Oj-^ra Honse. Phone 63. WANTED "BY THE- Canada West Coal and Coke Co.. Ltd., Taber, Alta., FIFTY MEN For outside and inside work. Steady employment. No trouble. (From the Kclm.) Tl^ tollowing: gontleiiion havo cor.-si'nted to have their nam;!.') submii.t-pd to the electors on Monday ne.vt for tho i)o�HSons of Mayor ami Councillors and have coBseiitjod, If th.}y rocolvo the nom'iaations, to run. For Mayor, Jainos H. Schoft-^ld: for Connclllors Messrs. Mitchftll. I^bcl and Hluton. The hotiie of Mr. �nd Mrs. Mitchell Tw.ti Bufte, was tha scene of a haji-py event on Wednesday morning last, when Miss E. ElizaU>'th Mitchell, .second daugMer of Mr. Fxiward Mil-clwll. PoattiMSter, tras uniled dn marriage to Mr. James Mk>n-at, a recent settler in that district, and bot4> forjiier residents of Vorth I'u-kota. On Stonday njoming In-si tx>oplo were surpri.-jed to set- tho bliirJs drawn and crepe on the door of .Mrs. S. M. Hinton's store and on;eny it, was learned that the rea.son w�s the death of her hu.^band, Mr. F. Minion. Mr. Ilinton hu.s been ailing pneumonia for sqiiso montlis. but on Sunday morning'was fooling quite well enough and got up and .shaved ami rumarkeU thni; h:; woulr) go in the �tore on Monday if hi- lel'i a.s well �s he did then, iiut about thrcoo'clock on Monday morning he g�v�! n. gosp and Ijefore Mrs. Iliinion realized it he was dead. Mr. Frank Hinton was born in C.louche.stir, England, in 1854, thus boing :ii years of age. Ho came to Pincher Creek in 1886 and has �)cen living here over since. lie wus a cabinet nrnkw by trade and wa.s of a very quiet and rotiring natun^ PUANTC. NEW SERVICE STRAYED. From five nillcs cast of^lm One roan horse about, 700 pounas, white head and whito feet, with a halter on when lost; branded B on right shoulder. One bay horso ab>iui 700 pounds, white strip on Jacj; brand B on right, hip; had haltur on when last seen. Ten dollars rc -J ward to party recovering these anvxi-als. lioraea last soea going towards Rocky Coulee. DUE JERaEN.SOX, THROUGH TO CHICAGO Annual Eastern Canadian EXCURSIONS LOW BATf S FOR THE ROUND TRIP TO ONTARIO AND QUEBEC Tickets on sale Nov. 24th, to Dec, Slat, inclusive. For particulars aj'ply to H. MACBETH, Agent. Lethbridge. STRAYED. liost from 100 miles east of ^ 'ot-nskiwin and last tiaen at tha Cain-eron ranch, one gray, tlAO pounds brandod N'.S. on l^rt shoulder, one gray marc, 1200 lbs. branded O-O reversed, one bay Oiare ihne yt^n old, no brand, whlu 'ip face, �4�We Wnd foot, grey. color�s�I tail. rman Frasor of Itoch"! Pcrc.:K;. Saskatchewan, who has just lx!en .ip-f^ointed chief m'.no inspector for Al-l^irta, paid his first oftlcial visit to I'ha Pass this week. He was accompanied ly Elijah llealbcote, 'inspector for this district. N. I. 'Harrison who succoctlc'l i'-R. O'Brien as accountant for tha P. Burns people during tho week, received tha distroasing news Thursday of tho drowning of hia fathor, .lohn Harrison, during a storm off Toronto that day. Mr, Harrison's father was chief engineer on the Steamer Itesolute which foundered on the date iiionti^cd. He was in 11 life boat with live others. live i hoat was svvamped and all were lost VRDICTNE FIAT. ROOMS TO RENT. In conwnlcnt loctility, ti.coly furnished rooms with board. Apply to Mrs. A. O. Kodham. O. W. KERR CO. Lethbridge, Alta. (Minneapolis, Minn., Head Office) FARM LANDS INVESTMENTS CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE. Five of this year's Pljinouf h Rock Cockemto, throughbred, $1.S0 each. Kine Mrdx and well marked. Apply Wm. Taylor. LABOR UNION HAIJv. A few nigivts are still opon /or tha the use of Clubs, Lodges, etc., in tho new lAbor Union Uall, formjrly known as tnwitf ottr prln eflfer jnutowY la Another colBma, to WANTED First class general agent for the Lethbridgn district tor one of Canada'.', leading Life Insurance Com  panics, only those who can produce good business need apply. Personal application desired. Apply slating advanca riKjuired tho baat general agents contract. Sim Life Assurance Company of Canada, Calgary, Alberta. , H. FOWLER & CO. General Blacksndthlnj; and Horseshoeing. New buggies to order, carriage paint.-Ing, all kinds of woodwork in wagons, windmills, famiing mills, crivtin separatora, grain picklcrs, blacksmith coal. LCTHBRlDCr. ALUrRTA. CALL ON J. Cohen, Taber, Alta., --roB- MOTS A SHOES MADE TO ORDER Repairs  peolalty. kiArn; Nexidoor to JMt>M�at Markti /From the News.) Rev. W. S. Crockett, Scotland s well-known historical author, (.nd cousin of S. R. Crockett, the novel ist, siKnt Sunday in thn city for the pijrpose of iiiijo'ting Uio Anderson brothers of Sirathnvarlin, who were parishioners of hi.^ in Scotland. Mr. Will Banning, of Irvine, v js in tha city during the week. Ho is on bis wa,v across the border to got married. Mr. Banning states that his prospective brollior-in-lflw. Dr. Phillips, is closing u deal for the sale of the .Vllxirta Hotel at Irvine for �0,000. Word comes from Caron, S.isV:.. that oiw huntlred hi.\'id of cnttlo valued at ^4000 the property of Ol.if Olafson. formerly a jmssongcr hruko man out of tho Hat, wore drivan into tha Little Ixvko ihorv; by the ."itorni and drowned week. 1 There has bc�ii a gnvt ilying increase in this district in tlio acreagrf of grain an compared with last jvar. The exact figures are not obtainaible, yet, Vut Mr. E. H. Earl has up the returns from his threshin^-j m..achine, and the r>;port from this .single thresK^r indicates that ih-i ir.-cranso has iKJon almost thre^i fold, in 1005 Mr. Etirl threuhod the produ ;l of T.'i farms niul the yield was iJ'l,-000 hu.sbels, or -liiJJJ bushol.s cr farm. This year ho throshoti 37,400 bushels on 29 farms, or 1202 bu.shcl.i per farm. Of tho 37,400 bushels, 2.S,,'M0 wore, oats which were rais.Kt on fi7.1 acres, making i\n average of about 33 5-6 bushels fior acre; 12,-120 were wheat raisM on 4.'jO acres, with (\n average bf 221 ''ui^hels, anil 1800 bushels wore barley from '.5 acres, or an average o!' forty bushel.") per acre, Tho anmml mooting of the >f\.'dlrino Ilat Liberal Association on Friday cvon^ns wtifi char.aeton7.od by an un-animjty of feeling and a high ent^n,,-iasm, which speakii volumes for ilta unity and streng'th of tho party in this dis-triot. The cha/lr was occi.r) -iod l)y Mr. D. O. Witite. president, and tile first businoss 'o( thn mooting was the election of olUcers, wlvich re- sultiHt as follows: Hon. Pres.. .loti W. T, FinVay, Pres.. C. R. M.tchell; Firs-t Vice-Pres., James Roe; Second \'ice-Pres., Jos. Ilargrave. v'ice- ; I>ri?sidents at outlying point.i, .Tami.'.4 '. Sallows, Coleridge; F'rod, Ir- i vine; M. H. Campliell,; ./.is. Rol.'inson, Josephburg, Joliu Misrs, , Seven Persons; John Reid. Strath -1 martin: Jas. McKonzi,;, Little Pluroo John Elli.s., Stair; Elgin Bell. Wool - | Chester; .Tohn Hawke, Oros Ventre; 1 Fred. McClain, HttmiHon's Sec-1 troas.. Walter Crosskill. Executive Committee, Thos. Hutchinson. ,Tas. G. Millar. U. G. While. D. Milne. l>r. Boyd, James Flemir.g, F. O. Forster, Jas. F. Fisher, W. J. McLean, Ak).x. Wallace, W. A. Burton and .lamos Cain. MEDICINE HAT OPINION. MmlleiBe Hat News: Nobody que.s tionod tho propriet.v of the arrangements whereby tho C.P.R. got con-j trol of most of tlw land between here and Calgary, and mudii it valuable by applying irrigation. Nobody quo.stioneroprtety of tho .'Vlborta Railway & Coal Comj>uny when they got hold of 500,000 acres of practically useless lur.d, and by irrigation work.';, made ilt usisful, valuable and There wuH no question rai.'sed wh.jn thy ouj proposition helped Calgary jwd it looks very gotid for this part j  W AH>ort^i, and as we know of no- Ijfl.TI f\.Cll^Tl. thinff and Pacific to grow, or when the other helped i Lethbridge to grow. i Now there is a proposition on foot \ for big irjigation works ot IMedi.'iue Hat and tlwj Calgary Herald scenis graft and l)oodlo and everything j but real business, and nmkes an un- \ called for attack on tbe parties rho � are active in tho propo.9ition. Jas. D. McGregor Us attacked 'ie-causo he was at one time a livery stable keeper, and now he is con -nccieo8n on the ground for months the preliminary work hos i|>oen done, and tha stock of the company has bctm Uoateil on the British njarkcts (subscribe*! for ten times over) and .spring will likely see coctensiw a is a frost fieo season two months longer than in many parts of t he west. People around MetHcino Hat are rot very much concornodr- or the l>eop!o of any piaca in Canada for that inaittcr-as to whether years na:o .las. D. McOri>gor wa� in the 'ivory stable busdness, tut they iire much concomod and very much In -terested 'in the project which ho hnn on foot ut the pre.'ient time, it looks very good foi\ Mollning, the ability to heat water and keep it hot are points that put the HAPPY THOUGHT RANGE hi a class by itself. It can heat the whole dwelling in winter, while in summer the fire can be checked immediately after cooking, thus keeping the house delightfully cool. 130,000 households are now using it both for cooking and heating, and, from nil reports they would not exchange for any othe� stove in the world. Ask your dealer about it. Every Happy Thought burns coal or wood. S^nd to us for an illustrated catalogue-free. Wlllikiu Buch Stov* Co.. FOR SALE BY G, L, VROOMAN. LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. FOR THE PEST SERVICE IN LETHBRIDGE STOP AT THE HOTEL DALLAS WE ARE ADVERTISED BY OUR SATISFIED FRIENDS ���asons. KINfJ OF ALL COUGH REMEDIES. ANNUAL EASTERN CANADA EXCURSIONS LOW ROUND TRIP RATES TO ONTARIO. QUEBEC AND MARITIME PROVINCES Tickets on sale daily, Nov, 24 to Don, 31, inclusive, good lo lotum within 'three montlis. . Finest eqtiipment, vncluding slaii'l- of all and one to ba relied upon ^^^d First-class .Slwping muI, Tourist' Cars on all ihroiigh trahi.'j. Two Through Express Trains. Apply to nearest CP.By. Oigent -Mr. E. 0. Case, a ma'il ranker of Canton Centre. Conn., who ha� been In tlw r. S. Service for about si.v-tcon years, .says: "Wo have tried many cough medicines for croup, but Chauii arlain's Cough Keroedy is every time. Wo afso And it the best remedy for coughs and colds, g'hing certain results and leaving no bad after cffoctn." Ton s.alo by .Ml Druffgists. for full infornmtlon. Canadian Pacific WESTERN EXCURSIONS , SINGLE FARE Plus $2 for the Round Trip -TO- VANCOUVER VICTORIA Tirkets on sale Dec. 1, 3, 4, 18. 14, 16, 1906. Jan. 7, 8. and 0, 1907 gocxl to return within three months. 4 I New Effects in; Cut Glass Our recent importations in-elude �n assortineot of 'Sag' lish Rock Crystal, quite differont from that hore-tp-fore slujwn. '''.le OrTttal Itntlf I* bcairl.r ? aiij the ci)iin,{� ilrpcr than i ' ih�t of .ihcr ycar�-toe fcitt j;( In : � even in'ire p AiHtnif ,.v . li ' Htsti, furlta hU4Uty raiticr ih^u 'A litiliUticc. Rose Bowls, Flower Con* J tres, Dooonters and- Juf?8 are most prominetit in theiissort-f men I;, somo of wbicb come mountetl in sterltiiff silveriV others plain. " ji^^ iW. J. Armstrong ii JEW L i..r;R CNORA VEP ,IA^OSr.;||:| if. ;