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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 19, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta - Ik - li^udionsln Hat Prices FOR CHRISTMAS Bats marketl from $10 to $15 being sold for 18 : Bats worth $7 to $8, to be sold i for 19 Bata regularly sold for $5. for 15.50 FOR CHRISTMAS TRADE C A. COOKSLEY. Parlor la old llank of Montreal Illdg. Kadpath Si. I^thbridge. A. W. McVittie Land Surveyor Will devote his entire time during the Bummer to laying out new totrnsites. Contract pi iocs 'u application. IQrOffice at the Ckwldale Hotel. LethbridKe. DR. P. W. TULLtR .tHYSICIAN and SUi^iiEQN LETHBRIDGE Offln'-Ott Bloi'k. rtouis-11:01) Koriii; 3;0O lo .%:IM. p m ; 7 3 ' 'I' 8:30 p. m DR. G. C. CRA66. PHYSICIAN AND SUROEON miiC* over Miginbothani's Drug Stor� l%OBe ounce 135. flouse 94. Office hours-0 to It, 1.80 to 4.90 p.m., 7 to 8 p.m. C0M11TED F0RTRIAL Negro Charged With Keeping Gaming Hoose Dr. F. H. Mewburn DflBoe-Redpath St. cor. Buidett. Honrs-Before 9 a.m., 2-3 p.m.. 7-8 p. m. Sundays-2.30 to-8.30 p. m. Telephone 41. W. S. GALBRAITH. M.D.C.M. (NcGill) PHYSICIAN, SUROEON AtXX)UCHER Office-914 Redpath St. Phoiie 53 Honrs-Before 9 a.m., 2-3, 7-8 p.m J. A. AULD WITNESS He Declard Rogers Teoka Rtk^eff frui PtkcrGuMS F.H.SHERMAN ADVANCED Miners Decide to Increase Plre-Salary Wni NOT RUN AGAIN Eqkatic DedafaUoB Made kjr Prei'dat Rooscveb ,1^ Synopsis of the Grazing Regula* lions for tlie Provinces of Saskatcliewan and Alberta. Grazing leoacs of IVmiinion Ijaixts UBSui'tat>le for agricul'tiirai purposes may be secured in that portion of ttte rrovince of Albertu, lying South of the Northern boundary of Township 28 and in tho South-.vestcrn tx>r-iioa of the Province of Sa.9katcb-wan. . ilieascs shall bo for a period not. xeecding 21 years, and no luascshall cover a greater area than lOO.OOa itcres. Lands leased are not subject to homc-siead entry or aalo, but the Uiniwter of the Interior may cancel a leasehold, or any portion thereof byglvins the lessee two years' not -lceous9 Tho Council Chauibcr >iitiin:!cl a Inr^u number of men ivh) fur 'Mrious ica. sons had assoin.ilod I) sio I ov. hus nibs would "get lis" >tc be- W. L. Wilson UCENSED AUCTIONEER. I.�thbridg�, Alta. I^sidcn(� Cor. Ford and Sts. Applications for dates may be made at Tho Herald Office. CMirt Star of Uthbridgc. No. 8095 A. o. F. Meets 1*1 and Srd Men-days In each montb sr s p. m.. In Oddfpllows HaM, Hound 81. VUlilnr brethren cordUlty wilcnme. THOS. HEATON, C. R. A. M.RITCHIE. SEC. E. W. KINGSTON, TAILOR (Rear of G. H. Johnston's Store) Fur Overcoats reliued from $10.00 Suits cleaned and pressed " 1*25 Pants " " " 25 Your own goods made iato suits from..............14.00 Estimates given for all alterations, repairs, etc. Keep your money at home by us-ing "Our Best Flour" It has no equal. Manufactured by ELLISON MILLING it ELEVATOR CO, Letbbndge, Roy-mood, MngratB. L H. FOWLER & CO; OeaenU Blacksmithiog and Horaeshoeing. Nov bugffiea to order, carriage paint-tag, all kinds of woodwork in wag-- Ba.wiDdmiUs, fanning mills, cream Mparatora, grain picklers, bktnk' nltli coal. bCTHBRlOOB. ' ALBEKTA ffr* , 6 Letlibridge Mai (Q. Realty Co. Bwl Estate, Financial and In-�nrance Broken. Fire Ininnnee  specialty, 'Seem when your next policy expires. :i^.y.GIBBONS ;. , Manager, Lethbridge 0ao^ Ot( Bldok Phone 222 . B.C. MOORC raoeral Director and Embalmer OfBso Ne�t to Presl^^yterian Church. OOee Phbae 103. /Residenee ira. winter eeaaion OjienH .Tnnuarv Kth in Business, Bnorthnnd, Knglisli and Tilefirapby Departments of the Unrhutt Business ColleKe, Cnlgury. Oiir prospectits explains onr up"riority W'ite for it to P. a. Uarhutt, Principal. Rins ttp 108 When you want DRAYING Done promptly and satisfactorily. JOHN BRODIE BANDITS ROB TRAIN. (Western AMoeiated Press) Tiilis, Transcaucasia, Dec. 14.-Bixty robbers attacked and derailed a mail train running between Tiflis and Baku Friday night near Sala-khlu. The train was carrying a large sum of money and the train guard was repulsed by the bandits after a fight in which many passengers and soldiers were woutided. The bandits finally retired, leaving four dead. 1-1. I>. Munro, who has been bookkeeper for the Tabor Trading Co. for over a year has.boen appointed postmaster for the Taber powt oflHoo, in tba place of Aaron Johnson, vho has reBlgned. . \' take the checks out for the rake-olT. Itodgi-rs cashed the chips. Olhor men bought chips from Rodgers. Ho had been there frettueretly and Rodgers was always in charge of tho premises To Mr. Harris witness said that be had been in Ijothbridge oil and on since last March. He refused to say whore be had been when away from Lethbridge except that he had mado two trips to Calgary and one to Great Falls. Under compulsion he said tlUt he vins in Hardisty. He denied receiving money from a woman namdd .Smith. Befoi-e coming to Lo'.hbridge he was in Ely, Nevada, tending: bar working odd shifts. He had lived at Great Falls three years at diflerent times. He worked in a gambling house or club room in Gnaat Falls. Witness was tickled to death and laughed involuntarily he had never been in jail or i>eHitentiary as coun scl suggested. ila denied instigating the Inform.v tion in this case being laid, lid h>.i>i hoard that he would not be alt.itvMl to play in Rodgers' place bociiiise i e had cheated in a game. He hedged about ncknowI�:dging that he i'.^o in a room of which he was wt the k�e|jer althou suggesting a setttlement with him or to arrange sottlcment with him and Chief Parry. Questioned regarding his livlihood he refused to say how much money he had when ho quit bar-tending__in the LiBthbridgo Hotel. He swore tha^'Rodgers was more than a por-,ter. \ WHness had never run a ^ame there. Tho prosecuting lawj-er, Mr. Cony-bearo, closed the case and asned for commitment for trial. C. P. Harris maintained that Rodgers should not be commititod on the evidcnoo of such a man Auld, and gave vent to vehement phrases regarding the wit-n*8. In reply Mr; Conybeare denied that Auld had admitted being the instigator of the charge and denied that the witness had in any way cotttradiotod himself. Court adjourned for ten' minutee. resuming. Inspector West asked Rodgers if he had anything to say but had nothing on advice o^ counsel. He vas then committed for trial at the Supreme Court. Bail was Axed at 9400, 9900 in prisoner's o\^i security and 9200 by W. A. Ott. ing taken tho chnlrniiui declared' the amendment carrietl. WEDDING IN NORTH WARD IMabef Jis.M.Kiiuubiinbudlliu Can Cekbrated Last night there was a veritable "gathering of the clans" to witness the wedding of James Middleton Kin-ni burgh and Mary Park Cain, which took place at the home of the, bride's parents in the North Ward. Tlie cere-j_Supny was performed by Rev. William Reid, Baptist Minister of this city, took place at 8 o'clock. The bridegroom' was supported by the bride's brother, James Cain, and the bride, who was given away by her father, was supportod by the bridegroom's sister. Miss Nellie Kinni-burgh, of the teaching staff of the North Ward School. The bride was dressed in a beautiful dress of white organdie with �or-ange blossoma. After the ceremony was over the company did justice to a sumptuous wedding dinner, and then a very pleasant. evening was spent in song and sentiment. As nearly all present, from the minister to the youngest child, claimed to hail from "the land o'.cake," Scotch sentiment ran high. Scotch songs and readings were the order of the evening, and were well rendered. The company broke up in "the wee sma' 'oors'o' the morning, having had very enjoyable time together. The young couple feave tonight for Madeod, where they will make their future home. The large number present.last night attests the popularity, of the young couple and if good wishes can make theni happy, they shall be happy, indeed. Canadian Pacific ANNUAL EXCURSIC\NS TO U.S. POINTS Low Round Trip Rates to St. Paul and Minneapolis, Minn.; Milwaukee, Wis.; Chicago, 111.; Coun. cii Bluffs, Des Moines, Port Dodge, Dubuque and Waterloo, la.; Omaha, Neb., Kansas City amd St. Joseph Mo. Tickets on Sale Daily. DEC. 1st to 31st INCLUSIVE, good to return within throe months Apply, to C.P.Ry. agent for d.31 > information While You Wait Shoe Repair Shop. Men's shoes soled and heeled in 30 minntes. Price 11.00. I was cured of terrible lumbago by MINARD'S LINIMENT. . REV. WM. BROWN. I was cured of a bad case of earache by MINARD'S LINIMENT. MRS. a. KAULBACK. I was cured of sensitive lungs by MINARD'S LINIMENT. MRS. B. MA8TEB8. BANK AnUGRAIH Buk iT Ibirtreal Open Bmch at llriT-in Ttw^ (Special to The Hsrald) Raymond, Dec. 12.-We are pleased to learn that our sister town. Ma-grath, is so fortunate as to secure a branch of the Bank of Montreal. The large safe which was in use at Ray?; mond when the branch here was established, is being shipped over to Magrath to-day. R. F. Reeve, manager at Lethbridge. will have oversight of the new branch. POLICEMAN LET OUT Chlsf Parry Suapsnds P. C. Storty en Account of Raissd Cheque Episode i. B. Storey, who has been on the police force for some time was suspended by the chief yesterday over the raised cheque episode. There have been other matters recently' that led the chief to take the above action. The matter will be taken up at a meeting of the License and Police Committee to-morrow night. M Trial caitarrh treatments are being mailed out free, on request, by Dr. Shoop. Racine, Wis., .These teotsare proving to the people-without a penny's float-i miles from shipping point, 13.00 per acre.. 320 .acres,^ >i mile front shipping point, 15.00 per acre. 16d>'acres, 2 miles from Shipping point, IS.OO per acre. 160 acreSj-lJi miles from''shipping point, 14.00 per acre. 160 acres, 2 miles from shipping point, 14.00 per acre. 640 acres,. 2 miles froni"^ sRipping point, 12.60 per ocre, IIMPROVED FARMS 960 acres. 2 miles from siiipping point, house and barn, all-fenced^ practically all in cultivation. Price $23.00 per acre. 640 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. Price $26.00 per acre. We have a number of other good deals. We cannot guarantee any of these barga^is to last any length of time. We can make good terms on these propositions. ALBERTA REALTY Co. C. R. DANIEL, Manager Lpthbridge, Alta. DRMYING. If you wish draying or moving of any kind done, call on us. We have the largest and best equipped cartage business in the city, with thoroughly experienced men in charge. All work promptly attended to. Hay and Oats of the best grade for sale, v Coal delivered to all |parts of the city on short nbtioe. Western Warelionse & Transfer Co., Ltd. Office-Pint door south of Opera House. Phone 63 i: Save Money by buying Beef \ by the Quarter \ i We must sell 100 head of export steers by December 1st. \ i >. Our prices are right. If you don't believe it come and * I see for yourself. I Burns & Co., Ltd.: TRY WN. OLIVER -FOR- ^ I Evsrythittg rsquirci ia ths coAStrvelloft ST a BviiUiM, { LttmUfMaUfcindseflilU Work _ Do not send all yonr money' to Calgary and Oranbrook. \  Help to build up Lethbridge ana a local industry by patroniBing ( ;OUver'sPhining and Lumber Mills. ' " . I Office, Ystcls and Factory-Comer Round ind.Bompas Streets < . Telephone 153 I Herald Ads. Bring Results. ;