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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 13, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta BIGGEST I Snap of the Season 13 Lots on London Road Between Smith and Round Street* every lot high, dry and leyelr with water line in front of evrey lot. $1.500.00 Lots in the immediate neigliborhood ori sdling for twice this money. Just have a loolt at this property, anyway. Round - up of Prairie News Vidootit Scully ex-M.P.. for AVmI Clare, Irolfl,nd, has baca viftlUng hi. son, D. V. Scully, who tw* m nnoh south of aiftCleod.  The?.B.BownoiiAgeHcg Lethbridge, Alberta. > �  Tho wedding took pVao. at �wlft Cumot on TuMdiy, ikeetstw �. of MiM Kntel at Frank. ������������ ����#��w>�����������������w��������������fai a 4 DRKYING. If yoa wish dmying or moving of any kind done, call on UB. We have the larscest and best equipped Carte basinesB in the city, with thorooghly experienced men in chargu. All work promptly attended to. Hay and Oats of the best grade for sale. Coal delivered to all parts of the city m short notice. I Vesterg Vareboe & Transfer Co., ltd. WANTED BY THE Z Office -First door south of Opera House. Phone 63. CMUa West Coftl Mkd Coke Co.. Ltd.. Tober, Alto.', FIFTY MEN For owlftidt nd iatMe work. Dr. aiatconi�on over.'iacr of Frank. iM.'> baen electct!i oft a third of an acre at Taber. NEW SERVICE through to CHICAGO Annual Eastern Canadian EXCURSIONS LOW RATES FOB THE nOlTND TRIP TO ONTARIO AND QUEBEC Tickets on sale Nov. 24th, to Dec. 31st, inclusive. For particulars apply to H. MACBCTH. A|(ent. Lethbridge. STRAYED. From five miles east of Ciaresholm One rooa horse about 700 pounoH, white bead and white f�et, with a halter on when loat; branded B ui^ right shoulder. One bay borae abui 700 pounds, white strip on fac; brand B on right hip; had halter on wbM last seen. Ten dollars !� ward to party recovering these aniin-als. Hornas lost aem going towanLi Rocky Coulee. OUB JEROENSOSr. STRAYED. Lost from 100 miles east of ^.'ot-Askiwin and tost seea at the Cam-eron ranch, one gra}'. about 1130 pounds branded N.S. on left Khoulder, one gray mare, 1300 lbs. branded reversed, one baytnare three yean old. no brand, wbHo on (ace. wbHe bind foo>t, gray coloreil ta>il, �^ghs atout IISO. no brand. Apply to WM LATIMER, EDMONTON. ALTA. Tfaos. H. Wooltor^ of Cardston has tOtis record tbia jieac S.HOO bushels of oats from 30 acnw. &1 bushels of spring .wlieat to ^acre, 31 busbeU of (all wheat ond a(ty-seven bushels of ^ley. : Mrs. King has reeiffaed'from Raymond Public School etail. the R. n. McDuflee, who Is leav-ng Raymond, will be general agent for the states of Montana and Wyoaaivg for tho C.P.R. eoionicatlon and Irrigation Co. His headquarters wilt be at Bozoman. 11SA pupils are enrolled at tlM Stun-i ton public school. I Double Your tlirt*t a chaneo for tte Sptcnkitor to make  hoBdrtd ptr ctnt. bofort Moond |Miy�Mit is 4at. We offer land in section lots for per acre down. $1 Land in less than section lots 11.60 an acre down. jmm Realty eo. |>||0M 141. C. R. DAMBtJiuMfMr. First class general agent (or the Lethbridge district for one of Canada's leading Life Insurance Com panics, onJ.v those who can produce good business need apply. Personal application desired- Apply stating advance required agalrLst tho beet general agents contract. Sua lAto Assurance Company of Canada. Cal-gnry. Alberta. LABOR UNION HAU^. Up to November 30, the shipments of grain from Nanton reached 9AS.* 000 bushels. Mace and McAuloy of Calgar>' ha^T the ooatract for tha new Union Dauk building at Pincber Creek. It is to be completed by March IMh. CATTLE FOR EXPORT. (Winnipeg Free Press.) When th0 government atatiadca for tU.s year come to be compUad, it will be found that the export of cat* tie from vestem Canada baa boss unusually large. Soma even ibiak that it bos reached ;ts climax for at looat several years to come. The roaabing araa Is diminishing ratfasr tbao incrsaaing the rscoM output this year having bMb due to 4n ex-oeplional cooblnation of drcum stances. On Satturtfay aveoia� O. T. Batar, of LiVHpoot aad A. J. McLean LsCb-bifdga wai� iotarvtewad ooaasnlnf the oattla axpoK. Hie fomar has been looking after the Wlttnlpi# �ut of the trade This year we have taandiad 15.' 000 to l6,OO0 bead of oattl*," tU latter said: "Ot that numberj about 11,000 have been exporttd to Bag  laod, the rsmaJoder being sold In Eastern Canada. Last year wv baa> died 11,000 and sBpdrtsd out oftbin 9,800. tbs total saport (ron the weeti'will aBMunt to qartabiliy ever 90,000. The bona country 1 eocport will amount to an easy 80,000 as compatad with 59,000 last year. The reason for this .ncrease is!, that it has been an exceptionally good >'ear (or cattk) wbicb fattened well in el-most ever}' district in the west. i .luppoee the berda have txien coming up, too. Mr. BateT^" rimarHed the interviewer. Not particiriarly so," ha aaid, I "Two throe axd four years oigo numbers qt cattle from Montana and On-sarlo were put on the ranohas and these matured and it being a (avor-able year, fattened. "So it is not the natiiral increase ot tiba bards that has augmented the export trade?" the inter\'iewer pur-suwl. ' "No." Mr. Bater n>pliad. '"It is the maturing of tbe dogies. . Mr. McLean here made edrieetlon. "The herds have oibout beM their o\nt" he thought; Tbe rise in tbs {exportation has been ow^tg to tjie last two >-ouTS b�iag uarayoirabia to fattening. A great' many oattla wore consequently carried awr .to this year, wbicb was an aiosptioaaUy flae season for tbem. I do not thtek wa shall ba^w as many to go out of tbe country (or several years tb'ooaia." Mr. Bater mentiooed that tb� practice of graiing of Manitoba and Ontario eaAtle iatba west was not ing continued aa several (armersbave auetaiaad heavy losses. So future exportation would d�>end on tha natural lincrease of tlw herds. Even In this ooaoection be did not give much oause for hope, mortion^ng, as he did that several raaehw bad given up businasa. indudlag tba Coeb-rane and a numlaar ot smaller rea-cbee. Two or tbree from Btgli Biver to Macleod bad iwen croWdad out this ymu by seUlement. "From Macleod west..' jnterpoaed Mr. McLean, "tbey are closing down and ranching has practically goM out of axilatenee. The Uuid around Kncher Creek wMch was tbe fliJeet ranching ceuntiy ten years ago. is now worth $90 to 9B0 an acre. Mr. McLwn wbo was staying at tbe Royal Alexandra Hotel vent west on Saturday evening. M r. Bater leaves (or EJaglond this weak. Mr. BaVir meeting tbe writer later partictilarly requested that meatlan should be made of tte fact that b. never bad to wait more than twenty four hours for cars. Tbs rsasoa >or this was that ho ordered cars a moatb ahead. Some shippers who Qne Stove ElnougH If you are just starting housekeeping, just iettUng on � new farm, or are contentedly settled in a small 1hhb�, one stove will be enough if it is a " Happy Thought." You can ttss it for cooking and for Aearfn^r tht houM. In eununer time the fire can be immediately checked aftsr ypa are through with your cooking, thus keephig your roons delightfully cool^wbile in winter it wUl heat several foonif or warm tbs whole of a small house. 130,000 people in Canada use the Happy Thought Range and all say tfuit ** oom gtoVVt enough ** fof tfitn. Every Happy Thought hnnu cMl W Write for illustrated cittlogue CA. WM. �UCK STOVE CO . Umitmi.  raAllard Msntreei Wlnnims -tree Rarry Chapman, of tbe Hank of Commerce staff at Pincber Creek, has beim transferred to Claie4H>lm. A few nights are still open for the the use of Clubs, Lodges, etc., in tho new Labor Union Hall, forni,.irly known as tbe Enii>in9 Club. Parl-ics desirous of renting above w-iil address. R. J. BALDRY, Box Lethbridge. The Pincbor Creek Echo sos's: The elevators in this district are all full and wo understand grain is being piled outside awaiting cars to haul It away. Tho shortage of cars intb^s vicinity is iMsin'g badly felt by the farmers. FOR SALE BY G. L VROOMAN. LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. TELEPHONE NO.l asBaBaaaaaaasa ' ' saaasaaaaaar. -FOR ALL KINDS OF - Fresh and Salt Meats Fish, Poultry, Etc. PIOHB & MIBON for the pest service in le;thbkidce stop at the HOTEL DALLAS we are apvertisep py our satisfied friends dkl not exercise foretbougbf sxpoat-edcars. ready for their use and complained because t4iay were not. Ha at leant had no grievaaca aaalust tha C.PR. T. E. Patteson OCT BLOCK liMl Estate. laavranec and Comnieaion Agent A LONO RVS:. Fire. Life, Accident and Hail Insurance in the best companies. Residential Lots, Modem Dwellings, Farm Lands, Irrigated Lands, etc., for sale for cash and on time. Full tjarticnlara on appiioation. fRrtjTnond Cbroniole.^ P. .N". Skou�or. ran owr to bridge Wednesday afternoon Ijsth h. fowler & co. General Blacksmlthing and Rorseshofling. New buggies to order, carriage painting, all kinds of woodwork in wagons, windmills, fanning mills, cream separators, grain plcklers. bla-:U-smith coal. LCTHBRlDCe. ALBER.TA. T O STOP COAL FAMINK fohn Hfrron, M.P.. Has Important Proposition Before Houaa ot Commons. IN PRiVISB OF CBAltBERLAlNeiS COUOH RPJIRDV. Ottawtt. Doc. An important, question is to tie brought before t>ar-iiamcnt �t an early date by John Ilerron.- ntemljer (or Alberta. He will nMvo that, la the opinion t4tis house, coal lande owned ty the aovommiettt of Canada should only be alienatod under such condHiiom and subject to such pontrol and regulation as will provide for an immediate supply of coal, odequaiKt-,tt all times to tite rMtulreinents of thn people and at a reasonabla price to the consunwr. and that, in respect ul aoal lands already alienated, legis* lative provision should be made for such control and regulation in riM of emergency se u'ill .n future, prevent loss and suOering tio ibe peopl>� of tbe ^eetsm Provliwee tbrougblack of fuel supply. There is no other mcdicina.Manu  faetursd that bas received so mueh praise and so many expremion.i uf gratitude as Cboim'berlain's Cougb Remedy. It is effective, and prompt rehef follows Its use. Orateful par  ants ef�rywhAre dougb Remedy to ward off eroup and colds la my family. I found it to IM vary satiefac-tory and it gtvaa nan pUaaure to e�-eoimnend it. For sale by All Drug-gist*. Ask your ticket agent for tickets via the Wisconsin Central Ry. ----To- ^ Mllwavkee. Chicago, and All Points Cast and South Convenient trains, Puliinao sleepers. Free reclining ohair cars, Dining cars. For full information address H.J. Beigemann, travelling agent, 371 Robert st., St. Paul, Minn.; or Jas. 0, Pond, general jxiasengcr agent, Milwaukee, Wis. OPIUM IN CirAMBERLAIK'S COUOn RliUIGOV. 1000 TOKS A DAY. There is not the least danger, in giving ChomAierlain'a Cougb Remedy Ui small children as it contains no npfum or other harmful drugi It bos Ian establisbed reputation of more tliaa thirty years as the moat sue-OBSsful medtcino in use for eolds. croup and whooping oougb. It al -ways cures and is pieasaaft to taka. CbiMrstt Uke it Sold by All Orar gists. That Amount of Coal to be Produr-ad llere in January. In an interview at WinKpeg, >Vm. Vlltyte, vlos-pnatdent ol the c.P.R. said tbait the maaogor of tbe I�tb* bridge nteee bad informed bim that the mines would bo producing 1,000 tons a day in January. The C. P. R. say tbey rill have oars' on hsod to carry the coal as it is takra out. Canadian Pacific ANNUAL EASTERN CANADA EXGORSIONS LOW ROUND TRIP RATES TO ONTARIO. QUEBEC AND MAKITIME PROVINCES Tickets on sale dally, Nov. S4 to l)ss. 81, inclusi^��, good to eotuni within tbrts months. Finest equipment, ;ncludJog stai)'!-ard rint-class Bleeping and; Tourist Cars on all through trains. Two Through Esprcat Trains. Apply to nwrest C.P.Ry. a�ent firr full information, <  lish Rock Crystal, quite |  different from that here-to- < foro shown. The Or7*l.il ttscir is lM��lrr and the cuitiu,;* deeper Ifesa I Itai ot other yesrs-tb. cflcci Is eves more ple��lag It ttann from "BIrks' Out oiaw" la ibst ti ScptoAs more . upon It* triUUc tracery sf Os-RtcD. fonts beauty rstbsr tbsa brlUlancr. Rose Bowie, Flower Can* tree, Decanters and Joge are most prominent in the aeeort* ment, some of which con* Z mounted in sterling ailver, 9 others plain iW. J. AiTOstrmill JEWELER SNOBAVnill OPTICIAN. Agent tor BELL PIANOS. < M�........ i ;