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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 19, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta v NVENTIO IN JANUARY _ % Good Coal Stock is Better than a Bank Of Stathern Alberta /Boards Han of Trade SQUARE MILES GOAL LANDS Rcpraeititm Chrai to the Boards ftteJ te be Present with so vera I surrounding mictions inn king valuable cent lands in Alberta. Lcth bridge it ona of the largest, and mo�t Amount of coal underlying their lands is variously estimated at Iron. 60,000,000 to 70,000,000 ton*. Thoy hnvo the same coal measures and the same quality of Domestic and Steam Coal us Iho famous Gu|t and Diamond Coat Mines, The llnrnvs Mine has l�wn voting for years and hns largo a rat* of coal blocked out. In less than it yen r UH� stock will be worth douhla the price at which it is selling. W  m.� prewired to pay 50c. a share lor Ulfr-inond Coal, but the fortunate holders are asking Tfic Onlt Coat is coining money for its stockholders. So Hoyul Collieries. \ MUTED QHUUIDt ouno wumi Will he the resuR when thin company completes its tipple and lays four miles of track ucross the level prairie to Lethbridge, where they conn act with the A. �. * I. and the C. I*. It. Get in on the first issue of Treasury Shares which we are offering to the public in blocks of 100 to 5H at 25c Per Share The same people who floated and made such a success of the International Coak and Coke are the prime movers in the Koyut Collieries* 1"' ternattonal wont on the market at 2"h\ per share and is paying 32 oer cent, annually on the money invented tit this price. One dollar invested then is worth $3.02, an increase of 08 |>er cent, per year. Why he content with 3 per tent, when an opportunity such as this presents itself. A meeting of the executive com* mittcc of the Board of Trade wus hold laat night-In H. J. H. Bkeith's office for the purpose of making arrangements for the holding of a convention with a view to forming (In Associated Board of Trade for the South. The following Board of Trades have expressed their hearty co-operation with the movement: Maclcod, Frank, Coleman, Pincher Creek, Cardston, Mngrath, Medicine Hat. It was decided to invite the Board of Trades of Southern Alberta to a convention to be held in Lethbridge, January 21 and 22. The place of the convention will probably be the K. of P. Hall. At this convention matters of general interest to Southern Alberta will be dealt with, and it will be the chief aim of an Associated Board of Trade in the south to draw more closely together the different towns and districts and by united and organized effort to further the interest* of Sunny Southern Alberta as a whole. Each board shall bo entitled to send six delegates to the convention and will be asked to send copies of any resolutions they may desire to make to the secretary of the Lethbridge Board of Trade ON STREET Revolver Causes Excitement TO BE SIX DELEGATES IN THE COURT TO-DAY A' L -J v I r - t. X * - t ft . �hi ^ 4 PCRFCCTION F I + - 1 i 7 a Vtiy nutritious sod very digestible. 1 nt Fiiei Ike m elfin Man ad CMi GOT THREE MONTHS MICHTON CAVANAUGH Drawer 10S:{ BROKERS NELSON, B.C. \ Phono nn Imposed  The exciting scenes of "That Oirl Montana" at the 1M)o\i Theatre lant night worked mightily on the brain of one Harry K. Milton, welt known in tho city by hln striking military apt>earance and hit? evident desire to Vom a� a wild westerner as he rides the tftrcetn on a nmall bluck pony in full cowboy regalia. The crowd at tNs Bijou was big last night and there was some difficulty in getting mcain. In the confusion, Milton and Hiram A. Mattby 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\cr, Milton grabbed Ma]thy and anying he was to urreot him, threw him down. Tehee were aent for and Constable Hose wan soon o^i the b?cmv In the mix-up Milton claimed to t�c an offlcer. of the law and later showed a badge purporting to make him a secret service agent in Cincinnati. Ohio. This he evident (ty considered authority to do as he j liked In Canada hut Ids mistake will bo made very pin in to him before he is through. He was taken to the .po lice station and for making tne as-aauK was fined $5 and costs. On being searched, a big revolver, bullets, "and a pair of handcuffs wure found. Sonic of the crowd claim that he attempted to pull his gun In �the fracas hu+t night. However, on the charge of carrying concealed pans, he will lw tried on Monday i night. This morning he waa rvlens-at from the coop to appear at trial. Supreme Court SUPPLY OF SEED GRAIN T At the Supremo Court today the Alberta Farmers Advised to Preserve case of Iti�x vs. Morrison wus heard. The accused was charged with having obtained $f�o..l from a Chltia- t Oots and Barley. man. Sing I*.*. by falsely pivteiiding Ottawa, Out., Pi) who Ik a mem-U*r of the bridge gong of the C. I*. H.. i-amo into Sing l/*e's ivstaur,mt one evening in October, anil pivs^'iihMl tl rhetpm -to be enshe*|. Sintf a^kfil how intleh the cheque uos t'( r and Murii^'ii sUvled it. was lor !fr�0.('.r�, invi i'k elved that atununt I.--s the -priee ti a. phlg f tlie police. I'lie ih'M lit.I. in the chain of evidence w its fn( hi'�bed hv .M ins \ht isv ^lartiu, of |l' leini-moii'le jji the river bottom, \\\\ i s!i()V|>d Uniil mi the afternoon su- ending the date on which the chequ-� was prohubly cash-eil. Morrison had plenty of money to spend. \ II. M. I'ar!\ de(tosed as to questioning MorriN'- a in regard to the cheque and was told that accused had rehh the prnv of the tobacit). Accused was taken in company vviih several other men (Western Associated Press) IF YOU WISH TO BUY WINTER WHEAT LANDS CONSULT HATCH & COONS Tho choicest lands in all parts of the Lethbridge District. HATCH & COONS, Oliver Block, Lethbridge GLENDOWER ALLEN Don't Wait Until the Week before Christmas for your . HOLI, J TOS tho llible as hinditiK upon him toll tho truth. Mr. Harris, counsel j r I Real Estate Farm Lands See CRABS, the Good Solid Investments. Raw and Improved Lands For Sale. Pincher City Lots from $65 to $400 expert Photographer, and secure sittings early. R CRA Ml B Dobbie's Sub-Division adjoining Depot, from i � i - dpath St., Lethbridge For plains and information apply to GLENDOWER ALLEN CANADIAN PACIFIC AN* ITAL Pincher Station. Alta Eastern Canada Sunny Southern Alberta farm lands and lethbridge Property We havo n largo list. 'Everything we soil is worth the money. Cull and see us or telephone No. 182 Excursions Low Round trip rntea 1c ONTARIO, QUEBEC and MARITIME PROVINCES i Tickets on sale Dec. 1 to Dec. 81, Inclusive, good to return within thras *o Sin*? I*m>'s r-wtaurunt whoro Sinw COMMITTEES (By Western Associated Press) Ottawa, Dr�. U - The special commuters of the House of Commons iii.-t this moriiiniz and elected chairman f-iHovri: Knilways, Hugh j Cntliric, vitv Cnmpbi'II; publie nc- eoiniN, A. H. riarke, vice JJ.hv.ttrt; h-'Kikiiitr cnmwi'W, II. H. Mil- I r, n-r',, iM" ((tiifxly sth> I'i*. Stutoii't ( olil'Ii I'uiv. AmiI it is so thouuhty h.irinl.-ss tifi�| s;,t.' that \)r. Shoop t�*)!s n)('U)��r.s t>\vry \\ In'iv 1i� give it withniu hi*s* ion. e\on t*> \oun^ ).h!h!s, Th*� v hoh'Siiira' jrivon, ami teiitlrr t-X .ins of a lun\;-healiuK iiMUUtaimai^ shruh. furnish tlu* cara-� tive j�ro|K�n..-s to l'r. Shoop'H I'oii^h 'Chiv. It i alms eoUKh and heals th.� suiv ami s^-nKitive hrouchial mem i . hratKw. No opium, m> chlor injure or stip-I i>rass. Simply n ivsinoUs phmt e\- traet that helps to heal itching luugH Tlh* S(M�nianls call -this shrub which Dr. usk�s, "The Huercd Herb", Always ueniund 1>�*. Shoop's Cough Cure. Sold hy all dealers. ( [akin & Matthews ltd Leth bridge, Alta months. Tickets issued in connection Atlun-tic Summshlp Buainess M'iH be on sale from Nov. 2U, and limited to five months from duto of issue. Finost IC(iuipmeiH. Standard First class Stooping and Tguri�t Cars on all Through Trains. TWO THROUGH EXPRESS TRAINS IMLT To clwck 11 V,M ec. |�._-The Inspector of Afines from J^ethbridge wns in town on Mondny. IJo inspeetcd the Grassy Uiko Coal Compnny's mine, t*nd also the shafts on the property ol H. A. Driggs. 11 is opinion is that Grassy Kake will soon he u good coal town. ! everywhere aiv now dispensing Vre-\enties, f:�r Uu\v are not only Biife, ' hut rk*cidedly effective and prompt, j PrevomicK contain no (juWiirtt, no lax alive, nothing harsh or sickening. Taken at the "sueey*� stager" J'revun-tics will rrt^ent pntnmionin. bronchitis, I .a G n ppc, Ptc. Hiwce the name. Pro-"eni ics. Good for feverish children. �IH Pwentics 2S cents. Trial boxes cents. Sold by all dealers. Rebel Co mm an dor Gains a Victory in Algeria. ^ (Western Associated Press.) Lulla Mughnia, Algeria, Doc. 14 - Advices are received that the forces of tho Morroeciin n'bel oommuiuler. ; Uoghi, defeated the troops of the Sultan near Mareiiici. One hundred per-j sons on both sides were killed. J Among theiii were several ol the, leaders. KLHCTjONH AT CAHDSWN The follow inrr veit; elected councillors at Cardwton, Thus. Duco/ Wm. Hurt on, il. O. Cahoon, and M. A. Coombs. sterling Williams, W, O. and n. K. Harris, jr., were chosen school trustees. children and drink it yourself, THE, COWAN itted. TORONTO Wit:? ^ f. 4 " .4 �' . J HAVE 4 + i � ^ "4^ f.4 For Everyone I- I TV L_t ^-L For Ladies No nicer i/'ils I* �� n huly enn bo found :hjn "�� sn.iic f of Jewel Cases, *v\�*k I�.^c� Manicure Sets, Dr^i fc*aa cs, Fancy Combs, and ^thei articles thnt .init. a Udj's fancy. A choice assortment of Centre lfandki?r* For Gentlemen r 4 h. - l/ chiefs, and Scarfs. Our stock of Christmas Ooods Includes a full line of Shaving Cases, Training Coses, Smoking Sets, Mill-tary Brushes, Writing Cabinets, Inkstands, and many ' -L _f 4 *- n * 1 ' -7" ^ h! -3 f � - it gen A' tlcmcn. r4r ^1 FOR THE CHILDREN Santa Glaus, according to his usual custom, has lott us a very complete supply ot nil his latest and mbst novel toys 1st REDPATH STREET - LETHBRIDGE 4n"U ?9 h i IT - ^ "4^ ^1 Weekly Free Pres Family Herald and Lethbridge Herald Winnipeg t - Weekly 41 Sunny Alberta's Best99 \ T THESE THREE $3.50 $2.50 �A AX OFFER WANTS OF WHICH ^lEETS -> l*L CLASSES THE SPECIAL OF READERS. Tho Western Canadian reading public is made up chiefly of these class* eH: Persons who have lived in the west for any lengthy period end ora out-and-out Westerners, and recent arrivals from the Old Country, from the L'uitod States and Eastern Canada. Perhaps no one newspaper could cater with complete satisfaction to oH these classes but by this combination offer every special need is met. The Weekly Free Press and Prairie Farmer gives a complete record vf.v�k hy wimk of all happonings in the Western Provinces. In addition it has social departments f�r American and Hritish sottlors. The Family Herald and Weekly Star supplier the former resident of Eastern Cana da with the news of tho Eastern poitton of tho Dominion in dota" LETfHiRIDOE HERALD:  V Find onch�sed S2.r>0, for which sond me Weekly Free Frees and Prairie Parmer, Winnip;^; Family Herald and Weekly Star, Montreal; and Lethbridge Herald, for one year each. - - 1 - � ,3 8 I' � � * t ;