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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 19, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta 11111 ill 111 i 11 n 11 i 11 mi i 11111 Hi 111 m 11�111 m i�n 11" 111 m i M Good Coal Stock is Better than a Bank TSe R6yal Collieries 10 SQUARE MILES OF COAL LANDS A csoBolidation of tho Barnes Mine Just north of LcAhbridge, Alberta, with several surrounding wctions making it one o( tlic largest, and must valuable coal lands in Alberta. Amount of coal underlying their lands is variously estimated at (rotk 60,000,000 to ro^oo.uoo tons. They have the same coal measures and the same quality of Domestic ftnd Steam Coal as the famous Gat^ and Diamond Coal Mines. The Bartwa Miiie has Iiccn voi-iviiig for years and has larg�..area* of coal blocked out. In less than a i\roved Lands For Sale. Pincher City Lots from $65 to $400 Debbie's Sub-Division adjoining Depot, from � For plains and information apply to .GLENDOWER ALLEN Land Office Pincher Station, Alt^ Don't Wait Until the Week before Christmas for your . HO LI DA P PHOTOS GOT THREE MONTHS Sentence Inq^sed Upon Morrison at the SivremeComt The exciting scenes of "That Oirl Blontana" at the Bijou Theatre last night worked mightily on brain of one Harry'K. Milton, well known in the city by his striking military appearance and his evident desire to pose as a wild westerner as he rides tho streets on a small black pony in {ull cowboy regalia. Ths crowd at the Dijou was big last night and there was some difficulty in getting seaits. In tjhe confusion, Milton and Hiram A. Maltby were jostled against each other and words passed between them. As to the language used, Milton's imagination was strong. After the show was o\er, Milton grabbed Maltby and saying he was to arrest him, thre\ attempted to pull his gun in the fracas, last night. However, on tlie charge of carrying concealed wea-pans, ho will lie tried on Monday night. Thi.s morning ho was released from the' coop to appear at trial. HMltk la tv�7 cup oi mrccTiON COCOA Veiy nutritiottt sad Tery digestible. Giteitta^yMr" 'JiUdren and drink it yoorielt THK COWAW CO.. %AwA�m^ TOROiJTO | SUPPLY OF SEED GRAIN Alberta Farmers Advised ta P.rasarve Oats and Barley. (Western Associated Press) Ottawa, Orit.. Dec. 12.-As a result of the enquiry into the damage done in the we.st by frost this year. Dominion Seed Commi.ssioner Clark reports that Manitoba and Saskatchewan will except in a few districts, have an abundant supply of seed wheat for the spring, though the 1906 store will be better if equally clean. The oatSvin many di.stric(s arc practically useless for seeding, in the same proyinceo, but barley has not suffered ao severely. In Alberta there is no cause for grave alarm, Jbut farmers are warned. to preserve all available supplies of clean seed oats and barley, while, as to wheat, no report has yet been made. See CRABB, the expert Photogra-i>hert and secure sittings early. R. CRABB Redpath St., Lethbridge At the Supreme Court today the case of Itex vs. Slorrison was heard. The accused was charged with having ol.itainod ''g50.�j from a Chinaman, Sing Ijce, by falsely pi-otcnding that a che�iue for S5.fi5 was one for $50.65. RolwtMac Hull was sworn in as Interprotcr. Sing Ijoe, bufoi-u being sworn, wag questioned ns to hi.s being a Christian. Ho said that lie had been in Canada about 18 years ond that ho had Ijeen a Pros-tj^'terian for olovcn years and thot ho consideroil an oath taken by kissing the Bible as binding upon him to tell tho truth. Mr. Harris, counsel fori accused, raised doubts as to Sing Ijee being a Christian by reason of tho fact that ho still wears a cue. The,interpreter, however, stated that many Chri.er of the bririviloges and dec-' ti'iis, H. J. Ijogan, re-elected; private bills, J. k. C. Etliier; standing onlers. G. D. Grant; agriculture, P. Mackeiizi'-'. aftornoon sm I'ouding the r articles that .sui!: a l.fly's fancy. A choice assnrlnienl of Centre PieceSi Handki>r-chicfs, and Scarfs. For Gentkmen 'fii 11 i 1 -"SI Our stock of ChristmM-Goods includes a full line of Shaving Cases, Travelling i Cases, Smoking Sets, Hill-tary Brushes, Writing Cat>; iuets, Inkstands, and many^ other gifts suitable for, gentlemen, i for the children Santa Glaus, aacording to his ^nsiial custom, has left us � very complete supply of all his latest and mbst novel t'oys;: �X't L. (& J. McLEAY mm REDPATH STREET - LETHBRIDGE ,1 .,i brancs. No opium, no chloroform, nothing harsh used to injure or suppress. Simply a rosinous plant ex- 87 IN TllK PEN (Western Associated, Press.) Edmonton, Dec. 13.-O. W. Da Inspector of Penitentiaries, is Ife finds 'Alborta Penitentiaries satisfactory condition. Thbi-c 87 pri.sonars. to MINARDS LINIMENT OARGiliT IN COWS. , ^ /, I tract that helps to heal aching lungs lioning SIorris,.a in regard to the i ,f..i= ,.i.w.h cheque antl ttu.s told that accused had received only to.05 less the price of the tobacco, Accu.scd was taken in company ' with several other men Thu Sinnniards call this shrub which the nr. uses, "The Sacred Herb", Alway.s demand Dr. Shoop's Cough MINES AT GRASSY LAKE. Orassy Lake, Due. 10.-Tlie Inspector of Mines from Ijothbridge was in town on Monday. He ins|)cctcd tho IJrassy Lake ConI Company's mine, Hnd nls6 the shafts on tfie property of II. A. Driggs. Uis opinion is that CURES I Orussy I^kc will soon be u good J coal town. at once identified him. Defence called no witivi'Ss(?s, but accusctl spoke on tehalf of hiaisplf. His Lordship found accused guilty and sontenoid him to three months in the R. N. W. M. P. barracks at Lethbridge at hard lal)or. To check n cold quickly got from .your (IruggiHt some little Cand.y Cold Tablets callod Provontics, Druggists ever.vwhcrp are now dispensing Prc-ventics, for tlip'y are not only safe, but riecidedly effective and prompt. Provontics contain no quinirUi mi lax or sicltoning. j Cure. Sold by all dealers. , -�- TRIM SULTAN'S FORCES. Rebel Commandor Gain* a Victory in Algeria. ^ (Western Associated Press.) Lalla Maghnia, Algeria, Dec. 14.- Advices -are received that the forces of tlie Morroccan rebel commander, Roghi, dcfi.'ated the troops of tho Sultan near Marcliien.^One hundred persons on both sides were killed. Among them wore several of the; leaders. ELBCrnONS AT CAItDSTc, �tc. Hence the lor.s at Card.-jton, Thos. Duco,' Wm. name. Prcvenlics. Good for fcv(,�rlsh Burton, J. C. Cahoon, and M. A. rhlldron, '18 Prffventics 25 cents. Coombs, Sterling WiUiam.s, W. O. Trial boxes 5 cents. Sold by all Ivoo and D. E. Harris, jr., were chon- dcalors. en school trustees. Weekly Free Press and Proirie Farmer, Wianipcg Family Herald and Weekly Star, Montreal Lethbridge Herald " Sunny Aiberta'a Beat " THESE THREE REGULAR PRICE |3.50 $2.50 AN OFFER WHICH MEETS THE SPECIAL . ;j WANTS OF ALL, CLASSES OF READERS. Tho Western Canadian rcadmg public is made up chiefly of these clMtf* Gs: Persons who ha\'ie lived m the we�t for any lengthy period amtnra out-and-out Westeriieni, and recent arrivals from the Old Country, from the United States and Eastern Canada. Perhaps no ono newspaper could cator with complete satisfaotioa to'>', 1^11 these classes but by this combination ofTcr every special need iaiiaet;.'i!'- Tho Weekly Free Piws and Prairie Farmer gives a complete; Ncoril \\i?ek by week of ull happenings in tho Wo.9torn Provinces. In ndditiea It has special departments for American and British settlors. The; Fail*;; ily Herald and Weekly Star supplioctho former resident of Eaatem,' 0^ia4 da with the news of the Eastern poition of tho Dominion in dataiWd rarta;!; and the Lethbridge Herald provides the local Western news, which ypa*^ cannot do without. ,, . < ^ ......................................ItO^^ LETHBRIDGE TTERALD: ' Find cnclosnd $2..10, for which send mc Wnckl.v Free Pi��� and;:PI�I�U^, Farmer, Winniiii's; Family Herald and Weekly Star, Montreal; .�nd;^IMIi�^! bridge Herald, for one year each. v, ^ " -^i ',91 .................V �  -nrA'-'mr- ;