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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 12, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta in Hat Prices FOR CHRISTMAS Hats marked from $10 to $15 being sold for $8 Hats worth $7 iotS, to bo sold for $3 Hats regularly sold for $5, for $3.50 FOR CHRISTMAS TRADE C. A. COOKSLEY. Parlor In old Dank of Montreal Illdg. ltedpalh St. Lolhbridge. A. W. McVittie Dominion Land Surveyor Will devote his entire time during the summer to laying out new townsitcs. Contract puces on application. Office nt the Coiddule Hotel. Lethbridge. DR. P, W, TULLlR cHYSICIAN AND SURGEON LETHBRIDGE Offlco-OU Work. Honrs-HUM) >>� l5:nn "�! " ' F.;(�� p. m ; 7.8 mo 8:30 P m iVIppliotie-Om.c (� iaa DR. C. C. CRAG6 PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON U(Um over lTig-inliothum's Drug Store Phono Otfllco 1S5. House. 94. Olncc hours-S> to It a.m., l.HO to 4.80 p.m., 7 to 8 p.m. Dr. F. H. Mewburn Office-Redpnlh St. cor. Burdott. Hours- Before 9 a.m., 2-8 p.m.. 7-8 p. in. Sundays- 2.510 to 3.30 p. m. Telephone 11. W. S. GALBRAITH, M.D.C.M. (McGill) PHYSICIAN. SPHOKON At VOUCHER Office-M 4 Redpnlh St. Phono 53 Hours-Before 0 ii.m., 2-3. 7-8 Drs. DeVeber & Campbell Physicians and Surgeons Offices-Ott block. 'Plione 143. Drs. McClure \: Stewart Sl'lMKOX DKNTISTS Office-J. D. Ki-rjnbotliain's new block. Office Hours-'J a .in. lo 12 n. i 1 p.m. to ii p tn. DR. O. J. COURTICE DENTIST Successor to Dr. Jackson Office in Hot. 1 CValdale, Room 12 Office Hours '.>-12, 1-5. Synopsis of the Grazing Regulations for the Provinces of Saskatchewan and Alberta. t>rn?ing lenses of Dominion I^mtls Unsuitable for agricultural purposes ms%y l>o secured in that portion of he Province of Alberta, lying South of the Northern boundary of Township 28 n"d In the Southwestern portion of tho Province of Saskatchewan. JLenacs shall lie for n period not exceeding 21 years, and no leasesh.ill cover n greater urea than liin.ooi* acres. Lands leased are not subject Co homestead entry or Bale, hut the Minister of tho Interior may cninvl * leasehold, or any portion thereof toysivil)-; the lessee two years' not -Ice. The rental chargeable is two -i mail's place, and was nh'Hit "all in" I .is she herself expressed it the day i ! before she was killed. It has nl-> ; , been learned that the woman a considerable amount of money about ! her two days l%1 foiv the murder, and \ tin- theory now held is that Phillip* quarrelled with the and either , killed her for the money or killed | leT in rag" and Company. Many other cireum-tanc - direct -iis-pi.-mu to Phillip.-. h'ollowiiig is a description of Phillips Nationality. Pole. .-p. ak- v"">�' Knu'lish; flfivt y or !i inchi- tall, weight about l;V) or |tin pounds, was ��lean shaven, dark hair and i'V"'. nose, thick lip-, upper hi inc. thicker than lower- full face, s.pinro clicks and square build; wore a dark suit of clothes almost black with a red gunning ihnaigh the cloth; wore a [ peak cap^ and a black shirt without ; ti �; is fotid of drink and >piarr"l.-onie when drunk. | The cook, Sine, ha- hi- lieariuu t : day. He will be discharged. Send-off to Judge Winter Calgn'ry Alberttin : A very pleasant function took place last evening at the land titles olllee when M'ik Honor .fudge Winter was presented with n handsome gold-headed on tie by the members of the staff. The presentation was made by Mr. V. R. Kxlinui, ' speech, felicitated His Honor on his appointment as judge ()f ti1(, district court of I.ethhridg", and expressed the regret of himself and the members of the staff in the severing of the pleasant relations which had existed between them for so ninny years. His Honor in replying, said : "Mr. chairman, ladies and centleineii, 1 NEW SEATS FOR ONTARIO Northern Part of Provinlce Will Have Four Additional Mombors thank you very much for having i luljoining added thereto. | pressed your regard for me in giving | me a 'staff from a staff-as it were- | and I am glad to take this epportun-j ity of expressing regard for the ability of the members of Hie land titles j oiliec here. I may mention that it is I not alone due to the head of the de-i partment that the work of this ollice I has been so creditable ami reflected I ordit upo nthe nieiiibeiso f the land titles ollice hut it i- the united efforts of them all. During my eight years tenure of office, the f'> s for registration have iiuvv.i-i d from fnuMnuid-rid dollars to seventy thousand dollars per nniiuni. which speaks very credit..lily for the ability of the st.iff. i- the tir-t occasion on which I b en presented with a testiinon- Toronto, Dee. 11.-The redistribution bill to be brought down at the forthcoming session of the legislature will give four more members to New-Ontario, one for Ihe Sudbury district, one for Teiniskaining, embracing Cobalt. The other ridinigs will be in the vicinity of Port William. Hon.' prank Cochrane will not seek re-election in Nipissing, as there are too many indignant members there, and the Sudbury seat will be safer. Toronto will get eight members. Ottawa and Hamilton will each have two ns now, but the ridings will be divided, and part of the counties The bill is still under insidcration. -4-- ii. i in-hav. ill .1 p'lb'le i .ill liie more the fact fio'i> a stuff with whom a-.-ociateil "o lone and nave b.ivc M;iji- wliicl years aeecp I ||)i|ll'eCII|tC that it cones I have bi'ell \\!li.Ill 1 feel a fclip;: ,( regard for ii"'. I b  n c 111. .1 upon t" �.erve His ty in a die', r nt |" '-it i, m to that I have h, Id danr.i: the last and 1 r vol t!ie (act that in ting tin- p. c.ti"ii I am foie d to - i v r my coim- e and staff with v.1 been on the b -I i  n uitli an olllc"  in I have always term.-. NcVel'tlle-  lohn Nelson, an old timer, who came to Southern AllnM-tn about thirty y^iirs ago; died at Livings'on,. n few days ago. He and llalloway located the coal property owned by the Alberta Coii,l Co. at l.undhtvk. Weak Kidneys Weak Kldaors, �nrly point to wftk kidney j N^rTi'S. Tho Kliliieys, like tlui Heart, and tlid , Ptomnch, Dad tliulr wunkiuss. not la tlm oritnii' iUolf, but In the nerves Unit control mid trulriu and strouititu'ti tlimn. Dr. gliotip'* Kentomllvo U a medicine siH-clllenllv pnipunsl to reiicli theso  controllliuf nerve*. To doctor tho Kldnoys alonn, 1 Is futile. It Is u wusto ol time, and of money at well. If your tuirk �chn� or l� weak. If ihe nrlno fcaldn, orlsil�rUiiiidstroii4.U>ouhnvo�ymrtoiD4 , ol HrlRliU or other dutrp-slnx ni daiiBemiis kid. ney disease, try lir. Sliooi)'- Ili-Ktonitlveu meiilli- TnbleU or Uinld-and *�� wlint ll n�n mid will do for you. UruitKUt rocuiunieiid uud sell Dr. Shoop's Restorative "ALL ucrtucno "WE SELL LOTS Without an excuse for any one of our prices, because each price is the lowest for which our specially selected lots can be sold 3 LOTS On Hospital Street for $1000 Terms to suit C. B. Bowman CALL AND SEE. CANADA STEALS A MARCH less in my new c.ipaei'y I will always look hick with pha-ut" to the happy years I .-pent in the lain) li'h-s nfl'ice. His Honor expeit- to have (orl.eth bridge in the course of a few days to take up bis new duties, and it is to \ be hoped that while his new jurisdie-i tintii'titails bis n -.denee in l.cth-bridfe. that C.injury will tint be forced to suffer in this respect and that he will pay hi- old town freipient vi-j sits. Hi- departure will lie felt by many friend-, and what i- Calgary loss will be L'thbi i'h.'e's gain. Canadian Pacific ANN!\L EXCURSIONS Our Meat Will Have a Preference France Now F. T. BREWER Funeral Director and Embalmer Lethbridge. I.nd^e No. 2. KO.^C^O.F. MwtH in Knitrli's of Pytbias H dl every Tr.dny ovoniiiB at N n'rlnck. Visiting uretli-mn arw nlw ays weleoiue. A. Niven A'. B. Pipsa KG Kec. sec i "willow BRANCH REBEKAh! LODGE. NO. 2 I Miwts in Ihe Knit:Ills of Pythias Hal' every I 1st. and I'rd Wediie.-dny, Visitiira uiv-ays; welcome. " j lira J. Stafford. Annio Davies N. t. Ili-c. sec. | Court Star of Lethbridge, No. 8095' a. o. y. LETHBRIDGE. ALBERTA The Fanners' and Drover-' Journal of Chicago, says : Canada has stolen n march on the Cnited States. This will prove very ili-appoiiitimr to the men interested in the exporting of meats and other farm products. A treaty has been made by which Canadian meats are admitted into Prance at the lowest rates, in return for tariff concessions by Canada. There is good ground for the fear A SATISFIED SETTLER. MISS B. K. HARRISON. (iradiiiito from Alum College, in Piano, .hint) l'.HJ-l.ond post grad-jthnt Camilla will secure uate .hum I'M 1*1, is prepared to ""' ""'al trade with France unless I working for $4 take pupils in Pin no mid Organ. Iln'' United States governinent tskes iiiitl also to tench Oil Painting! "l,"l,H '" ,,1,> "�'�r future to get into and Physical Culture. Residence i better trade relations with that coun Raymond Rustler William Preece, of Tyrell's Luke, wh.- in town mi Wednesday. He is very enthusiastic over the splendid crop- they have gathered from their homesteads this year. Speaking to the Hustler be said : "I have threshed 4.000 bushels of grain and came here fur the purpose of selling it tn the mill." Mr. Preece originally hailed from Worcestershire, Hngland, but he says that he is | "powerful glad" that he came out to :i big slice of i America. In the old country he was a week, and never TO i U.S. POINTS I Low Round Trip Rates to : I St. Paul and Minneapolis, Minn.; Milwaukee. Wis.; Chicago. Ill ; Couu. eil Dlufls. D,* Moin.-s. Port Dodgr. Dubuque and Waterloo, In.; Omaha, Neb., Kansas City anui St. Joseph. Mo. Tickets on Sale Daily. I D!'.('. 1st to :n�t INCUSdVE. | ! I t Rood to return within throt* month* i agon l for \ A Few Bargains ii\ Farm Lands Thi'.-e are ehojc,. -.!. eti d'. (.rowing el'p- can be seen in-ir lb.-.- I.oid-. All clo.-e lo -'nipping point. in this district have ju-t threshed from II) to 07 busl|..l- of wheat to the acre. (lat-. lO hii-hel.- t,, the nice. We hav prairie hind for sale further from shipping jieint fir $7..'ill |" r acre. .'i'Jo acn-, ."i miles from -hippiti'-' point, $11.00 per acre. li-in ei".-. , mill s from shipping point. 13.00 pel acre. .'i-'n iieri s. mile from -hipping point. 15.00 per acre. Pin acn-. 2 miles from shipping point. 16.00 per acre. ll>o acri-. I '. milis fr..... -hipping point. 14.00 per acre. Kill acre-, > miles fnnn sbip) ,ioll,Jlv w in.-. W. L. Wilson I.D'llNSKIi Al CTKINCIHL l^'ilibridue, Alia. Itesidein,. Cor Ford and (!lyn Sts \ppl n at ions fop ilal.-H may be made at Tlie II. raid Otlic,.. E. W. KINGSTON, TAILOR TII0S. HEAT0N, C. R. (liear of (i. II. .Johnston's Store) A. M. RITCHIE. SEC. Fur (Ivercmts r.-lincl from S10 00 - - Suits cleaned ami pressed " 1.2") Keep your money at home by us-iiiH "Our lient Flour" It has no equal. Manufactured by ELLISON MILLING & ELEVATOR CO. lr and Embalmer! L H. FOWLER & CO. General Dlacksmithing end Dorauuhoeiag. Mew buggies to order, carriage painting, all kinds of woodwork iu wag-na, windmills, fanning mills, cream separator*, grain picklers, bht-ik-tnitt) coal. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Lethbridge Financial CGL Realty Co. Real Estate, Financial and In. surance Brokers. Fire Insurance a specialty. e Jtee us when your next policy expires. R.V.GIBBONS Manager, Lethbridge Office, Ott Block Phone 222 Ofllee-Nnxt to Presl yterlnn Church. Oflh* Phono 10*2. Hesidenco lr.'J. WINTER SESSION r. V gi tables, fodder, coal and metals. In exchange Canada give- : !'rii nee an intermediate tariff "u neat.-, poultry mid gaiiie. chees". � fruit tree-, p.-rfiiiiiery, m. dieal win-s, | -nap. pomade, gla.-s. locomotives, nil-' tomoblles, lae s. eotloll lllld lillell thread, die-- good- and woollens. 1 It calf riadily he seen that the be-t sis of ihe f inner- m this country are threatened with a serious set- ; back in Prance unless the I'liiP-il ' States government is awakened to the fact tint it is necessary that more . favorable relations be established be- I twei'ii this country and Prance. It is time for the fanner and stock rai.s- j er to sit ii]> and think and then get i into united action. Insist' nt demands should be made upon the government that something be done towards creating broader foreign outlet fur farm and live stock products. Not only should more favorable reciprocal trade relations be established with Prance, but with other foreign countries that discriminate against the farm products of the l.'nited States owing to the failure of the government to meet them at least half way. would have owned a font of land or anything else. To-day he has three homesttiids. :*l head of horses, plenty of cattle, lots of grain and a couple of good houses. While You Wait Shoe Repair Shop. Men's shoes soled and heeled in 30 minutes. Price $1.( 10. ACCIDENT AT CARDSTON Card Ion Star : Mr. and Mrs. R�bt. I hey and baby girl Oiuco. met with a serious accident on Sunday morning. Tiny v,.,.,. driving down the hill near the horn, of ('buries Nye when one of the horses became frightened and force,| jt., mute over the embankment. The rig was completely turn-"d over and in-'antlv the horses, buggy and oceup nils were badly niix-up. Mr. ll. -v to.--ed the infant out of harm's wiy and luckily it cscap'd without a scratch. Mi's liny was badly bruised and her right arm seriously sprained, the iiiusel.s torn loo.-of his ril that he is suffering much pain I f\ german West of Dentley Co. DRRYING. If you wish draying or moving of any kind done, call on us. We have the largest and best equipped car ane business in tho city, with thoroughly experienced men in charge. All work promptly attended to. Hay aud Oats of the bust grade for sale. Coal delivered to all gparts of the city on short notice. Synopsis, Coal Mining Regulations I V t Y I Coal mining rights of the Pouiin-: hut, in Manitoba, Saskatchewan.' Aliierta. the Yukon Territory, the  North-West. Territories and lirilish ; lK.jng Columbia, may be leased for a term ;  Mr Ihev fractured one ''if twenty-one years at an annual j - h'ut we are glad to state rental of 1 (in acre Not niorei able u. be around althn.igh -linn 2,;�(i0 acres will be leased tcj lmlch pain. It is ai,,,st ; one applicant. miraculous fatal injuri they were Western Warehouse & Transfer Co., Ltd. & Office-First doot south of OjH;ra IIoubo. Phone (i.'J ,% how thev escaped without [ Application for a lease must be s as the bank over which ' ni_"de to the Agent or Snb-Agent thrown desceiuled about thirty feet to the creek. - Type-Writing Agency Tde undersigned is prepared to do all kinds of Type-Writing, Circularizing, Stenography, etc. Rates, terms, em., on application E. B. SLOAN Office-Conservatory of Music 4t-uia Phone 142 TABER DELEGATE. The Taber miners have elected Mr. Hopkins livans to represent them at the convention called by the Trades and Labor Congress of Canada to be held in Calgary on December 14th. I was cured of terrible lumbago by MINARD'S LINIMKNT. HKV. W'M RROWN. I was cured of a bad case of earache, by MINAHD'S LINIMKNT. MRS. S. KAULHACK. 1 was cured of sensitive lungs by MINAHD'S LINIMKNT. MRS. S. MASTERS. A. T. I'attoi-Hon, a graduate of Quouii'h 1'nlvorsity. is tho Presbyterian minister ut Leavings now. RAYMOND LOSES TEACHERS Raymond Rustler : Our hcIiooI staff will lose four of its best teachers at Christinas time. Miss L. McCul-loeh, Primary teacher, goes to Edmonton; Miss Irving. Primary teacher, Miss Fame, third-class teacher, goes to Revelstokl'; Miss Morrison, second-class teacher, goes to Winnipeg. Owing to the fact that a Part II. class will be held in the Presbyterian church, the services of another teacher will be required, which will increase the present staff to ten. The teachers expected to fill the vacant positions are; Miss Haig, of Rrandon; Miss York, of Winnipeg; Miss Thomas, of Midland, Oat-; Miss McKenzie, of Midland, Out. Trial rivtarrli treatments are being mailed out few, on ruipi^sl, by Dr. Shoop, ltacine. Wis-, Th�so tes-ts ai'o proving to the people-without a penny's cost--ihe great value of thin scientific prescription known everywhere as Dr. Shoop's Cutarrh Reiuu-dy. Sold by nil dealers. MINAHD'S DISTUMPKU. UN1MHNT CURES of the district iu which the rights applied for are situated. In surveyed territory tho land must be described by sections, or legal sub-divisions of sections, and in unsurveyed territory the tract applied for shall be staked out. Each application must bo accompanied by a fee of $5, which will bo refunded if the rights applied for are not available but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output of the mine at the rate of five cents per ton. Every lessen of coal mining rights which are not being ojxirated 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 lie 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 be 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 Interior N.Pj.- Unauthorized publication of this advertisement will not be paid for. o.x�X'**.:":�>*-X":K":^ Save Money by buying Beef by the Quarter We must Bell 100 head of export steers by December 1st. Our prices are right. If you don't believe it come and 6ee for yourself. P. Burns & Co., Ltd.  TRY WM. OLIVER -FOR- Everything required in the construction of a Building, ^ Lumber and all kinds of Mill Work Do not send all your money to Calgary and Cranbrook. Help to build up Lethbridge and a local industry by patronizing ^ Oliver's Planing and Lumber Mills. Office, Yards and Factory-Corner Round and Bompas Streets Telephotie 153  Herald Ads. Bring Results. 88 ;