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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 12, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta riijladidiis in Hat Prices if- FOR CHRISTMAS ;B�t8 marked froui $10 to $15 being Bold for $8 Hats worth $7 to ?8, to be sold for $5 Hats regularly sold for $5, for 13.50 FOB CHRISTMAS TRADE CA.COOKSLEV. n�rlor in oI 8t3() p Tcilpphoiio-Offliv tiS Ke-i.lHiu-.- KVJ DR. C. C. CRAGG PHYSICIAN AKD SURGEON oHitm over tlig'inbotham's Drug Store nione Qfllce 125. House 94. OrHce hours-9 to 11 a.m., 1.30 to 4.30 p.m., 7 to 8 p.m. Tragedy at Blairmore Police Have Given Up the Theory That Chir>aman Killed Monte Lewis Synopsis of the Grazing Regulations for the Provinces of Saskatchewan and Alberta.  Craving loiiscs of dominion Lamis Wisui'tahle for agricultural purpossos may be secured in that portion of .he Province of Alberta, lying Suut.h of the Northern boundary of Township 2S and in the Southwestern portion ot the Province of Saskutch- Dr. F. H. Mewburn Office^-Rtxlpath St. cor. Burdett. Honrs-Before 9 a.m., 2-15 p.m.. 1-8 p. m. Sundays- 2.30 to 3.30 p, m. Telephone 41. W.S.GALBRAITH. M.D.C.M. (McGill) PllYSIClAN, SCBGEON ACCOUCHER Office-914 Redpath St. Phone 53 Hours-Before 9 a.m., 2-3, 7-8 p.m Drs. DcYebcr & Campbell Physicians and Surgeons Offices-Ott block. 'Phone 143. Drs. McChirt; & Stewart SURGEON DENTISTS Office-J. D. Hij^'inbothnm's new block. Office Hours-9 to 12 n. 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. DR. O. j. COURTICE DENTIST Successor to Dr. Jackson Office Hours 9-12. 1-5. W. C. SIMMONS Advocate, Barrister, Etc. OFFICE, - - SOUTUAKD BLOCK Money to Lend on Town and Farm Property �wan. Leases .shall be for a period not xceeding 21 years, and no leascsh;ill cover a greater area than 100,00(4 acres. Lands leased are not subject I Office in Hotrl Couldiile, Room 12 to homestead entiy or sale, but the lfilii�ter of the Interior may cancel * leasehold, or any portion thereof fcygiving the lessee two years' not -Ice. The rental chargeable is t,\vo as^ats per acre per annum. A lease *a�not be granted an applicant unless he owns one head of cattle r five head of shixp for every 60 acres applied for, and the lessee shall in-Cfease his stock so as to tie in pos-Mcsion at the end of three years of one head ot cattle or five head of beep for every 20 acres lea.sod, and hall maintain stock in this proportion during the continuance of the lease. Sheep-gnzing is permitted on only �, portion of the tracts above referred to. A map showing the sheep crazing districts may be secured on tppncation to tlie Secretary { the Department of the Interior, Ottawa. w. w. cony. XkBPUty of the Mipister of Interior. N. D.-rnautborized publication of .this advertisement will nwt be paid Cor. (Frank Piipcr) Tliorp iinve bfcii nutneroijs devclop-tnoiits in the Blairmore iiuirdtT oruse iluritic the week. T)u' most iiiiport-.ant are that the police have practically abandoned the idea tliat S:un Slug the Chinese cook, arrested on suspicion, was the murderer, and Iiave turned to another suspect as the most probable perpetrator of the deed. This individual is one Mike Phillips, a Polisli miner, who left Frank the day after the murder under cireuin-stnnce.s which are at least suspicious. The police think they liavo at least a fairly strong circumstantial case ai-^ainst PliiUips, and are bending every effort to locate him. The cook. Sing, informed the police that Phillips was the last man he saw at the resort of Monto Lewis, that he had been there four nights preceding the murder and was there the night on which it was committed, It has been learned that Phillips had spent something like $100 in tlie w-o- Send-off to Judge Winter CalgaTy Albortan : A very pleasant function took place last evening at the land titles ofliee when His Honor Judge Winter was presented with a liand.=ionie gold-headed cane by the n\emb and latr?r tr.ok the mnney. P!iilli)is had been batching in ;i I shack but tlie night hefirre lie ilid not i stay tliere, instead, he slept in an unoccupied shack, and left tiie next day yithout drawing $40 pay he liad eoming from the Coal Company. Many other circumstances direct siis-pision to Phillips. Following is a description "[ Phillips : Nationality, Pole, .�peaUs gmid tCnglisli; 5 feet 8 or 9 iiiehes tall, weight about 150 or 160 pounds, was elean shaven, dark hair anfl eyes, big nose, thick lijis, upjier being tliicker tlian lower; full face, square choeKs and .square build: wore a dark suit of clothes almost black with a red running through the cloth; wore a [leak cap^ and a black shirt without tie; is fond of drink and quarrelsomi' when drunk. The cook, iSing, has his hearing today. He will be discharged. CANADA STEALS A MARCH tioa have increasui from four'hundred dollars to sevi'iity thousand tlol-lars per annum, wliieh speaks very creditably for the ability of the staff. This is the first t)ccasiiin on wliieli I have been present fact that it co'ues friiin a staff with wln'iii 1 have been a.ssneiaten caUi-d upon to serve His Majesty in a dif'.'rcnt position to that I which I have- lield durir.g the last I years, and 1 r.grel the fact tliat in j accepting litis pociiimi i am foie.'d to ! Sever my eotuifclion wilJi an olHce land staff-with wh.oin I liave always been on the bvst of U'rms. Nevertheless in my new capacity I will always look bick with pji'asurc lo the happy years I spent in llie land titles office. His Honor expects lo leave forLeth bridge in the course of a few days to take up his new duties, and it is to be hoped that while his new jurisdic-tionentails ^ his residi'iice in Letli-bridge, that Caigary will not b(> forced to suffer in this respect and that he will pay his old town frequent visits. His departure will be felt by many friends, and what is Calgary'.s loss will be Lethbridge's gain. Weak Kidneys Weak Kidneys, tmrely point to vtcnV kidney KorTcs. The Kliliieys, like the Heart, and the Stomach, find their wcakne-ss, not in tha organ ItioU, but in the iierve.'i tlmt coiicrol and rnida and Btrengitien thitin. Dr. Shoop's Kostorative is  modicino speciticatly prepared to reacli these controllinif nerve.s. To doctor the Kidneys alone. , is futile. Ic is a waste of time, and of money o3 well. I If your bade acliea or is weak. If the nrine! scalds, or i.s dark and strong, if you tiave sj'mploros Of Brights or otlier distressing or dangerous kid- , I rey disease, try Dr. Shoop's Kestoratlvo a month- ! Tablets or LlQUid-and stw wtiiit it win and will do tor rou. Urugglsii reeuiuiueud and sell I 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 G. B. Bowman Apcy CALL AND SEE. Dr. Shoop's Restorative _"ALL UcML&no _ Canadian Pacific A Few Bargains in Farm Lands These are elKjiee selected ni'ar tliesi' lands. .All cl'ise district liave just thri'slied from lands. Growing crops can be seen to siiipiiing point. F.-u'ins in this 40 to 67 bushels of wheal to the .\xxn..\L EXCURSIONS Our Meat Will Have a Preference !n France Now L H. FOWLER & CO. Geaeral Blacksmithiog od nor^eahoeing. Ii0w bugtrlei to ordor, oarriage painting, all tcindB of woodwork iu wag-M. windnviU*, fanning mills, croatn epMmtora, grain picklers, bla-iit-mitfe ocMtl. LCTHBRIDOB. ALBEKTA B. C. MOORC run�ral Direct -r and Embalmer Offle^Noxt to PresVyterian Church. Office Phone 102. Residence ira. WINTER SESSION Opens .Tnnuiirv �th in BumnefiH, .Shurthnmi, Kntfllsh and Telcuriipliy UepurrmeiitH of tlie Giirlnitt IJusiiiPHN (Joliego, Calffary Our proNpe�l;aH expliiinH Canada gives France an intermediate tariff on meats, poultry and game, cheese, fruit trees, perfumery, medical v.'iiies, soap, pomade, glass, locomotives, automobiles, laces, cotton and lini-n thread, dress goods and woollens. It cat) readily be seen that the best interests of the farmers in this country are threatened with a serious setback ii:i Fruiioe unless the Unit'Ml States government is awakened to the fact tha it is necessary that more favorable relations be established between this country and France. It is time for the farmer and stock raiser to sit up and tliink and then get into united action. Insistent demands should be made upon the government that something be done towards creating broader foreign outlet for farm and live stock products. Not only shoujd more favorable reciprocal trade relations be established with France, but with other foreign countries that discriminate against the farm products of the United States owing to the failure of the government to meet them at hiast liall way. A SATISFIED SETTLER. Raymond Rustler : William Preece, of Tyrell's l.uke, was in town on Wednesday. He is very enthusiastic over the splendid crops they have gathered from their homesteads this year. Speaking to the Rustler he said : "f have threshed 4,000 bushels of grain and came here for the purpose of selling it to the mill." Mr. Preece originally hailed from Worcestershire, England, but he says that he is "powerful glad" that he came out to America. In the old country he was working for $4 a week, and never would have owned a foot of land or anything else. To-day he has three homesteads, 9.1 head of horses, plenty of cattle, lots of grain and a couplt^ of good houses. TO U.S. POINTS Low Round Trip Rates to St. Paul and Minneapolis, Minn.; Uilwaukoe, Wis.; Chicago. III.; Coun. cil Bluffs, Ites Moines, Fort Dodge, Uubuquc and Waterloo, la.; Omaha, Neb., Kaiifeas City amd St. Joseph, Ko. Tickets ou Sale Daily. DEC. 1st to 31st IXCLLSIVE. good to return within throe month' .\pply to nearest C.P.Hy. agont fcjr d.Bl information While You Wait Shoe Repair Shop. ACCIDENT AT CARDSTON TABER DELEGATE. The Taber miners have elected Mr, Hopkins Evans to represent them at the convention called by the Trades and Labor Congress of Canada to be held in Calgary on December Uth, Cardston Star ; Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Ibey and baby girl Grace, met with a serious accidetit on Sunday morning. They were driving down the hill near the home of Charles Nye when one of the horses brcame frightened and forced its mate over Die embankment. The rig was completely tuni-"d over and instantly the horses, buggy and occupants were badly mix-up. Mr. Ib'.-y tossed the infant out of harm's way and luckily it escaped with(mt a scratch. Mrs Ibey was badly bruised and her right arm seriously siirained, the nuiscles being torn loose. Mr. Ibey fractured one of his ribs, but we are glad to .state that he is able to be around although suffering much pain. It is almost miraculous how tiicy escaped without fatal injuries as the bank over which they were thrown descended about thirty feet to the creek. Men's sboes soled and heeled in 30 minutes. Price $1.00. F. GERMAN West of Bentley Go. Synopsis. Coal Mining Regulations acre. C)ats, % bushels to tlie arce. We have choice [irairie land for sale point foir $7.,jO per acre. further from sliipping .'CO 640 320 160 160 160 C40 i)60 fenced. aeres, acres, acres, acres, acres, acres, acres. 15.00 per acre. 15.00 per acre. 14.00 per acre. 14.00 per acre. 12.50 per acre. ^ miles from shipping point, $ 11.00 per acre. 2'.. miles from shipping point, 13.00 iier acre. mile from sliipping jioint, 2 miles from sliiiiping point, 1!.^ miles from shipping point, 2 miles from shipjnng jioint, 2 miles from shijj))ing jjoint, IMPROVED FARMS acres, 2 miles from shiiiping point, house and barn, all practically all in cultivation. Price $2.3.(M) per acre. 040 acres, 4 miles from shipping point, fenced, in cultivation. Price $21.00 per acre. 320 acres, 3 miles from shipping point. Modern barn, granary, fenced, all in cultivation. Pri'-e $20.00 per acre. We have a number of other good deals. We cannot guarantee any of these bargains to last any length of time. We can make good terms on these propositions. ALBERTA REALTY Co. C, R. DANIEL, Manager Lethbridge, Alta. .vx��4Nfr^�^^�:..:..:..:.