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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 25, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta 1^_L IIII lilt |.HMM.H..|.|.||.|n|i.|i|..| I |,H,,|,,H.,|,|.,|n|,|,H,| H.i,|. H | i i 111. Hm ,| ,|, | .i ,|, h h. Good Coal Stock is Better than a Bank lEe Royal Collieries 10 SQUARE MILES OF COAL LANDS A cansolidation of tho Barnes Mine just north of litAhbriilge, Alberta, with several purroundini;; sections making it one of the largteat, and moaH valuable coal lands in Alberta. CMTtt �,Hi,n-3,n,n ii Amount of coal underlying their lands is variously estimated at (row 60,000,000 to 7O,OOO,U0O tons. They have the same coal measures and the same quality of Donaestic ami Steam Coal as the famous Gnlt and Diamond Coal Mines. The BariKs Mine has been vi>i'rc|uired to pay 50c. a share lor l>i�-. mond Cpal, but the fortunate holders are a.sking 7r>c. Gait Coal is coining money for Ha stoc!ihoUlor.s. So will Uoyal Collieries. UNUIITiO OH! OlMITEO OOM! ymiMino Dniis! Will be the wsult when this;.- (�(>m[jlotes its tipple and" lays four miles of track across the level prairie to Lcthbridge, where they connaei with the A. H. &. 1. and the C. V. U. ^ Oct in on tlio first issue of Troa.siiry Shares which we are offering to the public in blocks of ]00 to Sil at 230 Per Share The same people who floated and made such a success of the Iwterna-tional Coak and Coke are the prime movers in the Koyal Collieries. In-ternatioital went on the market at Uoc. per share and is paying 32 oer cent, annually on the money invested at this price. One dollar invested then is worth $3.92, an increase of S)8 per cent, per year. Why be content with 3 iior cent, when an opportunity such as this presents itself. MIGHTON & CAVANAUGH BROKERS Drawer 1083 NELSON, B.C. Phone 110 NEW JUDGE TO TAKE THE WELCOMED 11A1S OFF? First Session ot the District Day Service Between Here Court I and Cranbrook KINDLY GREEHNGSNO MORE^ FLYERS Offered w Beblf of the Lethbridfe Bar Repsrfed that Change is to be Made bjr Mr. Conybeare (From Thursday'* Daily.) At the first sesRion of the District court j-osterday afternoon'occasion by C.P.R. 1111111 iM I III! nn 11 Ml 1111 Ml III11 .|.|n|. 1.1 III! 11 HI i .|..| t -t .| .n i (From Friday'* Daily.) The Herald learned from a very good source this morning that the Spokane flyers would be taken off on was taken by the meinbers of tho January 5, when a new time table bar of l�thbridgB to conitratulato is to come into effect. It is said that .;uatto!rs are all full. Tho tightness congenial." �' money is causing the working peo- 1b reply Judge Wintt?r said that it P'" refrain from buying meat. "It wa.s a pleasure to be welcoiiiccrfoin)nl Uia ci^rcmony. None biiL , vury ininiodiutc friends were iirc-scnt. ; After ilio very inij)ri'Ssi\o V(ii-ds I wliifli madf two happy hearts on� wt'ic^ said thc! c'Smpnny sat down to ' a spU'ndid woddiiis? siippfsr. Mrs. llcnvsott of Ijfflhhritlgv diroctfd tho ^alorinK and it was scrvod in fiist class style. Court, it behooves ns in common to do our best to make tha new part of the judicial machinery work aderjualc ly for tho economy ami speed in getting Justice. I ask for tho co-op-oration of the bar in my bnst eOorts to make the court adequate and ef-flcicnt and serve the ends for which it was made, visn, to secure justice speedily and with a minimum of expense. Wo must nil work together to servo 'the ends of justice. I thank you sincserely for your congratulations." The first tried was that af Itox. vs. Prodonuch. In this case Prodonuch, a Galician, wa,s charged with commiUtinB an assault on one Luon Sing on Nov. I6th, occasioning actual bodily harm to him. This is the ca.sp of a Cliinaman beins thrown into the ash pit in the C. V. K. j-ards. Thc evideneo was very contradictory, thc three witnesses for thc defence swt-aring that the Chinaman struck I'rodoraueh first and then when Prodonnich ran awa.y from him ho followed him and fell head (irst into the ashpia. The appearance of the two parties rather coiroborutcid this story as I'rodomuch is only a boy about oiRhleijn years old while the Chinaman is a big husky fellow who should be alile to beat two like the prisoner in a rough and tumble rtght. In view of the conflicting evidence His Honor discharged the accused. C. V. r. Conybeare pro.sccut. ing; W. C. Simmons for defendant. James llingloy was charged wilh stealinff si.vty (Jollars on Nov. 2t>th. ens up the outlook for thc beef trade is very poor." Mr. Uartsch says that there are lots of cattle in thc country ami theix' is a good supply of hay and other feed. Cattle at present are in shape and with any kind of an ordinary winter will be in good condition in thc spring. Owners who have not sold a hoof this .year refuse to sell at the prices ofTered now. Shipments are almost at a standstill. If mo;nc.v loosens th ngs will be gowl as therft are plenty of cattle in good condition in All>erta. Mr. Rartsch is making a tour of thu country to �tud.y the beef situation and as sitatcd above he docs not .sects for the cat-tlc^men. The Western Canadian reading public is made up chiefly of these eli cs: I'ersons who have lived in the west for any lengthy period and �ra out-ond-ont Westerners, and recent arrivals from the Old Country, !roi�s;s R the United States and Eastern Caiada. -l^d. Pcfhaps no one newspaper could cater with complute satiafaotioii tO;''^^' all these classes but by this combination o0er every special noed ia nwt. Tho Weekly Free Press and Prairie Farmer irives a complete raevrdv vi?ek by week of all happenings in the Western Provinces. In addltiM it has special departments for American and British settlers. Th� nuB* i ..^ ily Herald and Weekly Star supplieithe former reoident of Ekutera Cmm da with the news of the Eastdm poition of the Oominiou in d�t*U?d fcrai and the Lethbridge Herald previdea the local Western news, which yott annot do without. I . ' ? .............i........................\*9 LETHBRIIKSE HERALD: *, Find enclosed 92.50, for which fMnd 'm� Weekly Free "press and Pr�lrl� Farmer, Winnipeg; Family Herald and Weekly Star, Uoutnal; maA'.'U^X^--'^-''^' bridge Herald, for one year each. ALBERTA LEGISLATURE. (Edmonton Saturday News.) The Alberta Legislature has been summoned to met on Jan. 6. The programme has not been outlined, but it is well-known that there is plenty oi constructive work still lo be attended to that Iiad to be left over from the other sespjons. There hive been no change in the personnel of tliel Houses sinoe last meeting, and none are in immediate prospect,- ilicate him to be. When asked concerning his guilt he made a plea of "HU'ity" and made a statement of the case and asked for clemency. Tho liid^-e cal)ecc. 4th, As Jepson's counsel, W, C. Ives, was not ready to proceed thc case was charmer such as his record vould in- postponed until Friday morning. TABER TALK. * (From the Free Press.) Mrs. J. K. Irving left last week for Trenton, Ont., to see her mother,, who is very ill and not expeced -to live. A very pleasant gathering took place at the home of Mrs. J. T. Ste-phenson on Tuesday afternoon. It was the assembling of the Ladies' Guild of St. Theodore Church in lion� of Miss Wright who *as soon to be married. Mr. Robert Long and Miss Hettie Wright were united in marriage last night in St. Theodore Church at 8 o'clock. Tiic Rev. D. Jones performed the ceremony in the presence of a largo gathering of friends. Tho bride was accompanied by Mfss Martin, and F. W. I'owell supported tho groom. Mr. R. P. Wallace has botight the residence of T. Depew in the new Douglas Addition, and will move into it in the near future. SHORTER HOURS-HIQHER PAV: ' RtsuK of Conciliation Beard at Ctf* \ nrtonton. ' Edmonton, Dec. 21.-The first cob* ciliation board to meet in Edmonton ' .i.'' settled the dispute between the '^^^^ Strathcona Coal Co. and the minera tonight. The miners get eight bonn.^' and an increase of ten cents per ton in wages. A tickliiiit cough, from any eauBf, [ is quickly stopped by Dr. Shopp*a| Cough Curt. And it is so thoU(B*>ly:| harmless and' safe that 1^. .Shoopf' tolls mothers everywhere to give' it. without hesitation, aven to jroiiiijf| babes. The vholesonie green laavea f'l_ and tender, stems of a lung-iiealiqgl mountainous shrub, furnish the �uta-i>;f,f. Shoop'a Coughsi California. ! cure. Sold by all dealers. v'jj! The .S'tal.s, which, made the lowc^st ' Ma.vor Fltzgenild, of lioslon, Jlass. record in the death rate per 1,000 has ass\ired labcjr union odiciiuls'that miners for l*JO(i was Maryland, with tliore will Ix- no discriniiiuiiion in the 1.09. Colorado hud tho highest rate city doput'tmunts any man 7.74 l)er 1,000; West \'iginia second because of his labor oiganizalion af-with n.OS. j filiation.. 1 was cnivd of painful Goitre by MIM.Miirs LINIMENT. Chuthani Ont. BAYARD MoMH i.LlN 1 wH.s otirciri of infaination by MIN-AUD'S l.tNlMENT., Ont. MRS. W. H. JOHNSON I was cured of facial neuralgia by MINARD'S LINIMKNT. Parkdale, Ont. J.H.BAILEY Kootenay : : Friiit lands A sufo and profitable invesJmcnt. iiOnO acrus of the choicest Fruit Land in B.C. In f^ct they are tmsuri.nsscd by anything in the Doiniiiio'i. Price for first-class land. SKX) pcir acre Turiiis to suit the purchaser. Oiif sketch shows an average fottr-year-old apple tree on Lower Arrow Lake fruit farm. Crows M Pes ;