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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 25, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta Be." \ The Price of Hat�s IS VERY GREATLY REDUCED To Clear the block previous to Stock-Takiug at, the Now Year C A. COOKSLEY. Parlor in old Dank of Montreal Hldg Redpath St. Lethbridge. DH. P. W. TULLLR H V : I CI AN AND .SURGEON LETHBRIDGE OIHco-l>l Work. OPTION m A RANCH 'tVuvli' 'H' 3 -IMII'- i>S s:.1t' lto-i .�!>.� 1:12 DH. G, C. HliYslClAN ANU HUhGEON Suit Agaubi a Magiuiti Man in Supreme Court ! TURF CLUB (.>jr,i Thursday's Dally.) I This morning nt th' Supivme Court' �1 lie ease uf lii.ley vs. lwnney v us taken tip liy Justice Ikck, Cony-I l>enre \ Jones for Dilley; \V. ('. Sim- j un.f�i over Higinliothatn's Dhir Store 1 '�ons for Isonney. In this case Dun-l Phone tUllce 12ft House 04. I io) M- IIof Ii.-n!�.>-. Hu.sk.. OllU-e hours-U to U rv.iu.. t.HO t0dnims to hale had nil o|ition on the NO DEMAND FOR LUMBER That is, the Reason the B.C. Mills arc Quiet t.M) p.m. to 8 p.in A. W. McVittie Dominion Land Surveyor Will devote his entire time during the summer to laying pi" *""* townfiites. Contract application. Office at the Coaldale Hotel. 'MR ci- Dr. F. H. Mcwburn Red path St. cor. Btirdett. Hours-Before 9 a.m.. 2-H p.m.. -8 p. m. Sundays- 2.Mil to in. Telephone 41. W. S. GALBRAITH, M.D.C.M. (McGiil) PHYSICIAN. SCROIXIN ACCnUCHEK Officc-M-l Red put h St. Phone is:', Hours-Before 9 a.m.. 2-3, 7-8 p.m. Synopsis of the Grazing Regulations for the Provinces of Saskatchewan and Alberta. Grazing lenses of Dominion tjtmds unsuitable for agricultural purposes may 1)0 secured in that portion of the Province of Alberta, lying South of the Northern boundary of Township 28 and in the Southwestern portion o' the Province of Saskatch-�\van. leases shall lie for n period not. exceeding 21 yours, nnil no leaseshall cover a greater area than lOO.OOOi ncros. Lauds leased are not subject to honu'Slond entry or sale, but the Minister of the Interior may cancel * leasehold, or any portion thereof byglvin; the lessee two years' not -lco. The rental chargeable is two Cents per acre j er annum. A lease "naiiot ''e granleil an applicant un- j less he owns one head of cattle �r ] five hend of sheep for even,- 60 acres applied for, and the lessee shall in- j crease his stock so as to Ik? in pos- I etssion at the end of three yours of one head of cattle or five head of | sheep for every 20 acres lcasod, and | shall maintain stock in this propor- | tion during the continuance of the 1 lease. j Slieep-grezing is pcrniittt.il on only ; a portion of tho tracts above referred to. A map showin_ the sheep ! grazing districts may be secured on nppfication to the Secretary f the Department of the Interior. Ottawa. W. W. CCJUV. Deputy of the Minister of Interior. X. H.-I'nauthorizcd publication of this advertisement will not be paid for. Lcthhridge. Lodge No. 2. 10. S$3�\0'.f. property known as the Ileal llanch, owned by .John Kenney of Magrulh. The de'enil.tnl denies giving th'' op-lion or having received miy consid-ernt'on that wouhl give Dilley any ini.il'es'. whatever in the r.tnfh. The land was siibst 1,'iientlv sold to the (1. W. Kerr Co.. ami the action of IHI-tey is entff.'tl to pi'-, tent the transfer of the pi'o|v,"ty to the O. W. Ken-Co. The property in rpicvtion includes .loci) neivs, which was siippos. fd to bv. p'.irt'hr.sed for 0 an acre. $10,nod I,, tie paid down. The plain tilT Dil'ey l"iU\l a caveat on the land ami the 'defendant Keimey is entlea-" ..... Voring to s..t this aside in ortler to Drs. DeVcber &. Campbell t'ir,'.v ", HiKillllothllin's new intinmte.l that in his opiniw:. as g:i-theivtl from the c\ iilenoe so far ail-thicil is that the agifeiii'iit. if such existed, was only an option ami that the option was t.-rininated liy the refusal of the defendant Keiuie.V to accept a draft for Sl.Mi s,tit him by mail to Mngnilh. Geo. l\. Hatch was Elected President CONTROL OF RACING Will be in the Alberta and Saskatchewan Physicians and Surgeons (Jtrices-Ott block. 'Phone 143 Drs. Mctlluro & Stewart Kt'ROnoS liENTlSTS OfHcp-.1. D. 1 block. f^flice Honrs- (.l H.m. to 12 n. 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. DR. O. J. COURTICE dentist Successor to Dr. Jackson Otlice in Hotel Coaldale, Room 12 Office Hours 9-12. 1-n. KENNY WON SUIT (rrom Thursday's Daily.) ,\ meeting was hotel lust evening mi ll'ite'.i oi Coon's olliee to form the I.ethhriittri.' Turf As^oci.ition. The oil-jei't i-i fiTii;i:ig the .'issoeitition is to i-et le-ttt r control ot the racing in foiiiifftiuii with the Agric tlttSrul S'l'i'ty's I'nir unit to get th" protection "f the National Turf Association in i r.t''living discipline on horse own-,t- In tins way 'J.h,. inthlic will lip protect '� i h tiiime. a ti ir-llit� h ii,Pi, lii'n: t.retti-t-' tin*. * *SIAYKBli'D. A13ERU * �i -CAHAI*. i ('... I \taum rnn >/\,./X I Keep your money at home by us-iinr "Our Best Flour" It has no ei|iial. Manufactured by ELLISON MILLING h ELEVATOR CO. l.t'tliliritlgi', Itu.v-mtiiitl. M' tfrinli. LICKXSKD Al'C'noMCKn. l�lbbritlge, Alta. llesitlence Cor. Kord and Clyn Sis. Applications for dates may lie uuide at The Herald Olliee. E. W. KINGSTON, TAILOR (Rear of CJ. II. Johnston's Store) Fur Overcoats relincd from ?lt)0" Suits cleaned and pressed " 1.2*> Pants " " " 2T I Your own yoods made into 1 suits from..............1-1.00 Estimates niveu for all alterations, repairs, etc. B. C. MOORE Tuneral Direct >r and Ernbalmer (From Friday's Daily.) j In the llilley vs Kennev ease con-lito'etl nt the Supreme Court yestcr- j tiny afternoon, the plaintiff. Ilaniel , M. Dilley, gave evitlence in his own behalf. His story in substance was that alter being made ac agreement also in-cludvd an option for thirty days, the ' t onsitierutioii being the sum of Sl.'iO. 'The pluintilf claimed that the option I �.in t,iM'n tip 1>,- l)>e payment of that sum. but us was stated in yester-,day's lletttl.l. Mr. .UistUe Deck held that the agreement was void. lonvieaiv .vi .loiies for Dilley. W. C S.iiiiikiiis for Kenn-v. I 'I'lus terminated the Session of the Siipivne Court, which was adjourned until January 2.'.I'd, 'i'ieii Mr. .1 us-tiie IV.. k expects to return to finish lie tiise.s standing over, viz., Kos; I vs. Uor-ck, tlilson vs. K.liance Coal j Mining t'o , and I leninson-Taylor vs. I Silver. i Han | Practical mors Mr. Finlay Is Showing Further Interest in the car-of This Province. (From Thursday's Dolly.) Ca'g.iry, Dec. I'.).-'I'he Altiertnti says -'Archie Ivitch, president and ma linger of the l*'ilth l.uiiilvr Co., of Crnnbroo'.i, It. ('., was in the city yeslortlay on a bti.ditcss trip. When askeil as to the condition of he lumber tratio in the mountain .district .Mr. fcili!) said Ihnl thero I weix' not more than twenty |xm- cent, of its 'tunny logging camps In opera-'tion this winter ns lust. When ipies-|tion(4t ns to the tnU'e of the closing | down of lumber operations Mr. il.eich stated that it was not altogether due to the money stringency although l.hnt had Koinethlng to do with it, in the case of some Weak concerns. Nevther was it nltogvtrier dttc to there lieing an overstock on hand. lie estimated that the total stock at the mountain mills at present was only about 17.'.000.000 feet which under normal conditions In the spring would not supply the market or more than six weeks. At the present time, however, llieic is practically no lumber living sold, ami collections are slow. The lumbermen are waiting to see how business o|  ens up in the spring, and f I resumes its usual conditions the' u 'II do their logging in the summer, to keep the mills running In supi l.v the market. This would of course lie more eV|>cnsi\o than winter lo.fg ng Wages nnil supplies have in the past been too high, but n"e con.'i g down lo a proper basis. M ly on.I oats ore getting cheaper i.i are also horses. 'I'he people "f I h  | iiiei ! were making a great fuss a' vit the , high prices of lumber Wieu d. 1'iility j n large number of ' ae iiiatii-' oter,>rs I 'were having a eurd tone to n ake. j both ends meet. !'-� d.d nn a:i,-i-j 'pate that there would be .! ivi'ic. lion in prices neM \r:ir ; WE SELL LOTS Without an excuse for any one of our prices, because each price is the lowest for which our specially selected lots can be sold 3 LOTS On Hospital Street for $1000 Terms to suit C. B. Bowman Apcy CALL AND SEE. Winnipe". U�c. H - Cn-orge Har-coiirt, deputy minister of aprieelture for Alberta, states he has eo raltoit throughout tlie prtivir.ee dnriiiL* he while winter, anil the . ducalioi.al work it a'lowr. will cotnpii.-e a series of lecttiris iiinl ih'Puti.-ti ation* at tho v.iri el- point- lilov.i; thi line. 'i he t :. us a misllctnp. Pr. i Sttotip's Kf.-tenuive has in die fn-l iliiiif so much tor vvt'uk ibiitl uitiikK f("ttrus. pi shtiop iir>t sought tlie niiise of nil this iMtlnful. i..:i':luniiK. suitjinit-Init lifiirt ifl.-lress. I>r. shoop's H.stonitlvt-this |H#'Ulltr lir.'Si'1'lplinll-i . i.Uitle illrel'tPti to thest! ttettk and witsiiiie ii--rve reiiVis-. It tiull.U; It slreiiplUens: ll of Th real, itoitvitii-; henrt h-lp. If you tvonl'l l.i've �*r"ie: M-itrri. strong ill. ?"�tloil, SIP'llinllell t!le.M' jiurvus - riMMUtbUsh ! them as n.'tiUXl, with i Dr. Shoop's Restorative MLL LlLllLLIIO SUCJESSFUL FARMING. In ion. re2.7al. for alfalfa | hay $-4) und oats $7r'5. Total re- 1 , eiipts, Jo.T'JG. In other words they | 1 paid for the land from the first crop ', iitnl had Sls-t to.the good. Can you beat that in any man's country. While You Wait Shoe Repair Shop. Men's shoes soled and heeled in o0 minutes. Price SI .00. GERMAN West of Bentley Co. L H. FOWLER & CO. Oanerul Blacksmithing and Horseshoeing. New buggies to ord^r, carriage painting, all kinds of woodwork in wng-ns, windmills, fanning mills, cream ftcparntors, grain picklers, bla"U-inith coal. LCTHBRIDCE, ALBERTA MANAGER AT MAGRATH. Offtc�-Next to 1'ivsl ylerinn Church. Otlice I'hone 1o2. It.sidence (From Thursday's Oaily.) It. S. .Mnyl.iee iiccoiintant lit the Hunk of .Montreal lure has le'ti placed in charge of the lunik's new branch at Mul'r.iih under the stipei v ismn of It. l'\ Ueeve, the local nv,tiiai,i'i'. .Mr. l!ennelt, of Winnipeg will succeed Mr. Mii.vln-e here. CUP FOR WHEAT. Ring up 108 When you want DRAYING Done promptly and satisfactorily. JOHN BROD1E Lethbridge Financial CQL Realty Co. Real Estate, Financial and In-suranco Brokers. Fire Insurance a specialty. See ub when your next policy expires. R.Y.GIBBONS Manager, Lethbridge j.Qttfiiook '.P)icw>229 NEW PRINCIPAL AT MAGRATH. Mugrath, Dec . IS - The l'ioiieer i says: Mr. Jacobs is resigning his po- | sition as principal of our sehoo], al- ( though he will remain here teaching. I He is taking other studies during his span; time. Mr. Jured Mercer , Kticecds Mr. Jacobs ns principal of ! Magirtth school. The board of trustees ate placing the seventh standard on alter the holidays-a very coin-iwuduble. move, in.deetl. From Thursday's Daily.) The Allerta Department of Agriculture bus eoinph ted arrangements' .villi tlie editor of tie' farm Crops | Maca/.iiie. Winnipeg, whereby he Is \ implied to offer a cup valued nt | SHH.fJO. ami in athlilioii J1IKKH) in! cash prizes, mul .fino.DO eiieh year j ht-r"iif!t'r. fur the best wheat grown j in llus province, the cup to be won i three times in sueivs-itm before he-J coming the property of the owner, j the cash prize to be divided as follows: $f(!).00 to go wilh the tup as a first prize, J.'in.OO as a second prize and $20.00 as a third each jenr. The cup is to he known as the "rami Crops Trophy." The department has full charge of the matter us to what hind of wheat the pri/.e will be offered for, the amount exhibited, where the competition will take place, etc. Details are not yet fully completed but it is the purpose of the department to have the competition take, place at the Provincial deed Fair. LETHBRIDGE'S NEW MAYOR. Synopsis, Coal Mining Regulations Coal milling rights of the Dominion, in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Allierta, the Yukon Territory, the North-West Territories and British | Columliia, may he leased for a term .of twenty-one years at an annua! rental of SI an acre. Not more , tlmii 2,ol'i0 acres will be leased tc i one applicant. ' Application for a lease must be 'made to the Agent or Sub-Agent i of the district in which the rights ; applied for are situated. I in surveyed territory the laud 'must be described by sect ions, or legal sub-divisions of sect ions, and in uiiKtiiveyed territory the tract applied for shall be staked out. Each application must be accompanied by a fee of So, which will be refunded if tho ritrhts applied for are not available but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output of the mine at the rate of five cents per ton. Every lessee of coal mining rights which are not being operated shall furnish the district Agent of Dominion Lands with a sworn statement to that ell'ect ut least Out of a totul number of 23,185.-551) women, one out of every ilvo is a bread winnor, according to tho last U. S. census count. This brings tho wage earning woman do tlw enormous Trial catarrh treatments are being mailed out free, on request, by Dr.. Shoop, naciue, Wis., These tewts arc, proving to tho peoplo- without a penny's eoat-'the groat value- of this scientific proscription known everywhere as Dr. Shoop'u Catarrh Komo- fethhridge's new Mayor, William 1 leiitlerson. is i Scotchman. lie was born in famous old F.dniburgh m lnf>i> ami is c-'iiseipiently M years of once ill I'licll year, nge. lie came lo Canada in lHTOi Tim lease will include the coal ami located nt Kingston mul follow- mining rights only, but the lessee ed his trade ns car|ienter. Jl0 biter limy bo permitted to purchase tiiifted west to Winnipeg and during whatever available surface rights j the CP.it. con-.': ruction associated ' may be considered necessary for himself with the North American Con the working of tho mine ut the trading Co., and whs in charge of j late of S10 till acre, tho construction uf bridges and build ings. He made his first nppearanco in Iicthhridge in 1882 and built tho ilrst house in this city. He constructed tho Mounted Police liarrucks in Mnclood In 1888. Mr. Henderson served in the first municipal council in this city with 0. A. Magrath. fie eat for (our For full information application should be made to tho Secretary of the Department of tho Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or Sub-Agent of Dominion Lands. \V. W. CORY, Deputy Minister of tho Interior N.B.-Unauthorized publication of this advertisement will not be paid for. l1 A Few Bargains in Farm Lands These are choice selected lands. Growing crops can be seen near those hinds. All close to shipping point. Farms in this district have just threshed from 40 to G7 bushels of wheat to tins acre. Oats. !lfi bushels to the arce. We have choice prairie land for sale further from shipping point for $7.50 per acre. 320 acres, 5 miles from shipping point, $11.00 per acre. miles from shipping point, 13.00 per nere. mile from shipping point, 15.00 per acre, miles from shipping point, 16.00 per acre. , miles from shipping point, 14.00 per acre, miles from shipping point. 14.00 per acre, miles from shipping point. 12.60 per acre. IMPROVED FARMS 2 miles from shipping point, house and barn, nil fenced, practically all in cultivation. Price $2.').00 per acre. 040 acres, 4 miles from shipping point, fenced, in cultivation. Price $21.00 per acre. .'120 net.-. :; miles from shipping point. Modem bum. granary, fenced, all in cultivation. Price $20.00 per acre. We have a number of other good deals. We cannot guarantee any of these bargains to last any length of time. We can make good teinis on these propositions. ALBERTA REALTY Co. C. R. DANIEL. Manager Lethbridge, Alta. 040 acres, 2V; 320 acres, 101) acres. 2 100 acres. 160 a civs, 040 acres. OliO acre � 'VVv,.K'V'.*,i'V'.'vVvv',,.,'.,'.t' x :�:->�^>*>'>�>�>**.x-." DRAYING. If you wish dray ing or moving of uny kiud done, call on us. Wo have tho largest ami best etpiipped car ago business in the city, with thoroughly experienced men in charge. All work promptly attended to. Hay mid Oats of the best grade for sale. Coal delivered to all Jparts of tho city on short notice. y v I V ? * * ! Western Warehouse & Transfer Co., Ltd. OlDco-First door south of Opera Houso. Phone (ui V * .^.^.x>^^^^^^"*'',*' '?^t^!x? | Save Money by buying Beef by the Quarter We must sell 100 head of export steers by December 1st. Our prices are right. If you don't believe it come and see for yourself. I P. Burns & Co., Ltd.   TRY WM. OLIVER -FOR- � Everything required in the construction of a Building, $ g Lumber and all kinds of Mill Work X Do not Bend all your money to Calgary and Cranbrook. Help to build tip Lethbriuge and a local industry by patronizing Oliver's Planing and Lumber Mills. Office, Yards and Factory-Comer Round ind Bompas Streets Telephone 158 Herald Ads. Bring Results. ;