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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 12, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta Successful Farm Opet aibns Good Coal Stock is Better than a Bank yal 10 SQUARE MILES OF COAL LANDS A rwnaolidiition of tin* Hnrnos Mine Just north of l^thhridgo, Alhertn, with several surrounding auctions making it one of llu� largest, and most wilnnble coiil lands in Alborln. CAPITAL J3,0W,0OO-3,006,800 $1 SHARES t A in oil nl of i-onl underlying their lands is variously estimated at frotw oo.ooo.ooo to To.nno.'tnn tons. They hnw the same conl measuivs and the same worth double the price at which il is Helling. W1 an* prepared to pay .*iOc. a share lor Pi*.-inond Coal, hut the fortunate holders an* asking 7or. tlult Coal is, coin- So Will Howil Collieries. (Raymond HiwtW.) Raymond, Nov. 28, 07 Editor liny mom] Hustler, Ponr Sir:- I herewith mihmlt ni Mtattmient of my farthing operations for tho paU Boason, and nhso glv� some of m> ox pcrlenec** his the hope that : m*v )e of lveiitdH to Homo farmers in tha district. During lho dry seasons o: H)0-t and 1.U05 which were the driest I have experienced In my nlnrtoen years of residence in Southern Allwrta. Some fnrmei'H who have be^n farming for "wot seasons" did not meet with much success and nhotit concluded that farming v|>uld not pay in thin district. To some of these men I Hinted that it Was my firm belief that 1 could avcrngv* H> or 12 |>er cottt. on nn Investment in fanning so 1 purchased a farm of .*,VJ acres at a cost of 7.00 |vp acre mid Ivgan operations. I have Invested in the farm 511.0,2 as follows: ft!M m res of laml at $7.00 per ncr-p.- $;�7i�l. Michel Miners. In n sp?ech to t e miners ot Michel District President Sherman said that he had come to' Michel for the purpose of meeting his opponents and reporting to the men the work of the District Union. He contrasted the position of affairs today with what they wore when he was elected pros* Ident four years ago, At that time only three locals were organized with 025 members while today they had 21 local unions In good standing with over four thousand members. The position of the mine workers had been naturally benefited, and the hours of 1ftbor had been shortened from ten to eight per shift, and the Coal Mines Regulation Act, the Employers* Liability Act and the Workmen's Coin* pensation Act had all been enforced since he took office. The miners employed by the Crow's Nest Pass Coal Co. hnd received in benefits from the enforcement of these laws alone more in dollars and cents than they had ever paid to the U.MAV. of A., con* seqtiently were still indebted to the organization. President Sherman stated that in Horses, \hh opi|ljOI1 thp conations in hi.n dis- Mapl Buds Cream Bars and Milk are superb confections. Nothing to equal the ri ._. 1 1 I r ATkr �: ? � 'Am r L h rri -i_ -l � V / 1 THE COWAN CO.. Limited, TORONTO 1 i ����� � 1 -^ k. " " i - �in HAVE imideitieivTM, fencing, Imihllngs. etc. 4.. t ' , . 1 ^ trlet were more stable than any upon -$$>Wl.f track acros*. the level prairie i�� l/�t hhrtdge. �here they lonrert with the A. It. & I. and the (\ IV It. Uel ill on J lie Tumi is.siie of Ttvn-iirv ihi' j)-?s| T..1.1I. Illlvi(liin({ U|t. ,,,,,.,., ,, (l(.C(,I(l th(, Wil.ut. Mv i.rti.1 .a,. �.>.-. l'.|!Hi. tfi�% iiirf a ,.. t . 4�tl i'V, e-t nuMit of net profit oh the t or !W jvr c*�nt ni ,i>urs,> A � ^ "it^ --if i- - * Shares which we are offering to the price of ^r �in is at ;hird higher than what u�>u'.i i..- this like Di.-ti. j. r 1 t 1 109 to 501 at 25c Per Share Th* ^;iice \* oj�!e h*ont�*d ami mad-' sudi a succ.-ss prii-e. One tlollar in \est��i| ; /ieji is wort h sil o*j (,ti (orrea.se i PS | er rent. |kt Vi-nr Why U' con-: em with l\ \n*v unt w heii an oppoi t 'ini \ \ such as this pn sents ilwlf. was doue wan with the consent ol the uv'ti as expressed by the bMhtt. j *jnn^ IM �V .'rifitrict In the U.M.\t. of' W(IS e,onduet-(i upon a democratic i3. lie closed by Uoum he ihe nv 1 �� . . . their . .appealing to the men to cei. c im Ir erntfe prnv for alt ^ a- tw. 1 nl if tht*  t , IPIHIIIKV tl lit profit were computed on the average Price of irrnin t!a? re.up. uo.ild still Jhe '2'2 per tvnt. on th i to invest - ' ^ i nielit. Heride-s th%> 'ad ...iii.l I e s. M 1 'or ! v, i) or three ton s what it cost For Everyone r V jealousy and to co-operate U>r the eominon good. toget j 1 J I NAMED AFTER MINISTERS For Ladies 1 For Gentlemen + MIGHTON & CAVANAUGH i + hrawer KJS.'i BROKERS xki.son. ij.c. riionc no i i 14 ( ( y 4 - % t u o ,\ ears neo. Uu the perl whjeh w.i*- ii om shares \ paid ?;t.OI> p,-r i i pli'v\iiie; 'and funnelled M'e^l, a''! pad t vvo-linhs of i he threshold and i I r�m�'iv M afier I'h.v intx for ph>^ n I hiinu, juif] t he i i land vvii-% otdy $7 ' " .v em**, iu'o. Tii � in.oi * | m tVt |i ill n|* t h-' t \ I'mi 1 4 pit! or plow ttiLC an f ' * J 7 lor e\ i�ry tie. i> uu e.i and ten id . ! Th" u h*.!e form p- **i i (M h *(I till** la 1 Uu- i) rv  r i ins _ v, . \\ ere proper';.* t ilh-d loVVed \eit her do '' 111" men. hi t'l 11.-1 - h pert ol p.-r acre, , *"s'd and i-.'M of ihe iu;r.� 1 \s �>  iiirm d t h � sha !'��* i*t *\ i" t hi-, mad � put in for Toronto, f)ee. (i -The name of the Hon. I'Viink (\>ehrane, .minister of land'*, forests and mine** is to be per-pi tnati-d. A townsite is surveyed at a junction point of the Temiskaining A- Nortlieni Ontario mul the (J.T.P. Tlie 11� � w town i* to b" called t'oeh-raii" It will he a division il point for h'.th lines. Another towuMie is hJ:(| he.-on, elt'i Hon. A. J. Mathesoii, proviu- teal tn a>ui r. � - j ing f i .i ^ i a is iur n tnl milium, r \i\\* I i'n!h!ili'r iii \ ill s \ A. ill fo|- �TtLEPHON�S AT STIRLING No nicer �ts / r n Vtdy run he foil ad ;li.i:i 'ai�- si� U \ i' to ti:ty |�.-r *vnt '.;itii* t limn jii mm M> tufnf w ;is all n w'\ Uv^litt a tat 1 s HATCH Si COONS Tin- choict'st Jandfl ixi nl) parts of tin Luthbrid^e District. HATCH & COONS, Oliver Hlock* 'Lctlthridpc for your v. ell as (�I mi. ' hi pillt of m\ in; I;, uhirh was properly ploweif and in j'i  >per season dtir>n^ tIk* year l'""1. I i.u^sl 1.'] bushels �'t nimber one wli-.c in \he acre. Un hi ml adjijin iif Sir'iiitr in their telephone - \* !.;.iiKe with this town. We have I�een informed that the |hll T, h -p!i..u� t'nmjiai.y ha- promised them a fr� e �i'Xehanire with Ivaymond. pro- vi'Utrj th- y eould secure (ive l>ieal m-truiiieiit-i. Thi-i tlay have done and tin v are now anxious f.�r the ^ l; J. McLE Farm Lands Gocm.1 Solid Investments. Haw ami Improved Lands For Sale. Pincher City Lots from $65 to $400 Dobbie's Sub-Division See CRABB, the expert Photographer, and secure sittings early. 4 I ill the season b.ji at the same i n- awntf^e on 1 1�� , to the acre. * in 1^la 1)1 i e/Ot ntl ,1 shels of w l�ea t |  a >m aciv. hu>hels, �> ^htu-l at So cent ^ ,\ added *J."i bushel* .Mt� )s which sh'iuh) 1 els per acre - I 7;t�' ! is short, or !f 1 . on Tickets on sale Dec. I to Due. Ill, inclusive, yood to return within thrcv iiiont hs. J'ickets Issued in connection Atlantic Steamship Uusiness will bo sale from Nov. 2M, and limited 11 vu moiuhs from da to of issue. KineHrt Kiiuipment. Standard Kirst class Sleepinjr and Tourist C all Through Trains, > cry handsome i i " �.�' t tnent, �>i" "-it\ ie .� i cen t., 11�r I I. � t � erttp would uu; increased liad i doubleil 1 has e !ea ri  � ! many ot li. t - . t> i.ifining ir* d.u.  A nd In Ih - Ih� is done ill i' jtlde;c|Mell t W I: \ .1 (�mill r.-t ii rus . � ; tilt the hunt. Youi " i ll'll on the ilUev; ^ s*'\ tun \ -ft \ e pi i of tratlieriiie \ \u- b.-eti mat erja i t> \ lelil bet'U ihm i 1 \ The feature of the stock markets to-lay i- the pui'cbu.-mi: of .small Jots idiare* for investment, and that ,i feature that is highly to be etl- t-ouraeid. Tie- man with a few him-dii d dollar* or a U w* thousand which are lyiijj.' in the bank, earning only thr e per cent cannot do better than purcluiM* gilt edgt-d .stock** with the money which will net him from live to ei'.dit per ci-nt., at present prices prices and will surely rise in value wla-n the present money ntriiigeiioy is over. Those too, who arc hoarding money in other ways than in the  avmi:- hanks cannot do better for litem-.* Ives or (or the country than piiiclui.-m- stocks with it. One of the f�atun ^ of the present crisis that has attracted a good deal of attcn-t ion has been this same hoarding of money both on this side ami in Ku-i'ope. (iohl an st oppe.i b\ I �r. Shoop's 1'ough Cine And it is so thouj^hly harmless and sale that l>r. Shoop Eakin S Matthews Ltd. lethbridge, Alta. What tickles us Is to hoar a man wbo has carefully turned up the bottom of his trouwrs ami jab bod four geometrical ctanta in his hat, talking ia sarcastic toaea uboutj fominiuo baadgcar^ llarguin countor marriages are sol-Uotn profitable. TWO THROUGH EXPRESS TRAINS OMU MdiiHintoii, Dee. II -The Grand Trunk I'aeitie, tbrou^h F. rnindel!, purcha.-iia' agl of Winnipeg, i^ advn J ising for (ffXhUDO railway ties. Offer.- for sawn or hewn ties will be received at the divisional olhVes at 1 I vlnn ui ton from points '- * nese m-s win ne purchased in Allierta if it is possible without heS'tation, even to joung babes. Tlu? v hok*soiuo green leu �*es and lend/*r steins of n lungdiealing Apply to nearest CMMt. Agent for1 mountainous shrub, furnish the cura- fuil information. i to secure them.  by d. C. Ilruwn, ex-M.IM'., and postmaster at Now Westminister, has t>utm appointed wardun of tha ihsiu-tentiary a-t N�w WestminiKter, H C. For tnat hard tiraos feeling, talco Dr. Chocrup's Extract of Suuhh;n� and Good Cheer. W. H. White is Ihe Liberal candi-date for the new Dominion constituency of Victoria. Geo. F. Uoot is Ihe Conservative nominee in Red Deer. tive prn|�*rties to Dr. Shoop'w (*otig)i Oiuv. It calms tho cough and heals the Rore and seriod ami ara out-and-out Westerners, and recant arrivals from tho Old Country, frota tho I'nitud States and Kastern Canada. 4 IVrhaps no una iiewspoiper could cater with complete satisfaction to all these chisses hut by this combination otter every special need is met. 'i*he Weekly Free ]>r<*ss and Drairio Farmer tfives ti complete record v|vk hy wvok of all happenings in the Western Provintvs. An additioa it has sjK'Cial departments for Amerlcuu and Hritish settlers. Tho F&lii� ily Herald and Weekly Star suppliosthe former resident of Kastern Can* da wi-th the news of the Kastern portion of the Dominiou in datarftfd form and the Lc�thbrjdge Herald pro\'ides the local Western news, whick you ennnot do wHhout. .......................................190 LKTHDRIDOIO HKHALD: Find enclosed ?2.50. for which send mo Wnekly Froe Press and Prairla Farmer. Winnipeg; Family Herald and Weekly Star, Montreal; and X^th* bridge Herald, for one year each. .v; � i ^4 . 7 ;