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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 25, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta t i i M i H i i m I i i i i i M n i m i n i i i 1 1 i i i i i m m m t u t i f Good Coal Stock is Better than a Bank 10 SQUABE MILES OF COAL LANDS A consolidation of the BaruoR Mint just north of with several Furroujiding sections making it one of the and valuable coal lands in nmn Ji Amount of coal underlying thfiir lands is variously estimated at to They have tlve coal inoasures and the same quality of Domestic and Steam Coal as the famous Gait and Diamond Coal liarncs Mine has been V mking years and has large coal blocked In less a yea r this will be worth the price at which it is Vj HIV prepared to pay a share ior mond but the holders are asking Cult Coal is coin ing money for its stockholders So Koyal TOTAKETHE TFAIS OFF There has been no chocolate produced to country equal to 1 first Session ot the District Day Service Between Here Court j and Cranbrook KINDLY GREETINGS KO MORE FLYERS Ofrd M frkfr tf tk LeAkridte tkai Change to be Nzde ly Cwybeare ky From Thursdays At the first session of tliv District mm OUTPUT Will be the result when its tipple ancT lays four miles of track across tha level prairie to Leth thcy ronnaci with thc fc and the X Get in on the first issue Treasury Shares which we are offering to the public iit blocks of The same people who and uiaHe such success of the Interna tional Coak and Coke are the prime movers in the Hoyal In ternational went on tlw market at per share and is paying annually on the invested at this One dollar invested then is worth an increase of per per Why be con tent with 3 iicr when an opportunity such as this presents MIGHT O N CAVAN AU G H BROKERS DrawerlOSS Phone 110 Cowans Maple Buds This is a confection every one should c THC COWAN T0ROIITO From The Herald learned from a very good Bource this morning that the court yesterday afternoon occasion gpokane flyers would be takeu off on was taken by the members of the january when a new time table bar of Lethbridge to congratulate is to come into H is said that Judge Winters upon his elevation to the has not found the new trains a profitable These trains will be replaced by two pas senger trains between Cranbrook and They will be up to date trains in every respect and will make the run between the two towns day the west bound leaving here at in the morning and reaching Cranbrook at in the af The east bound train will leave Cranbrook at and reach Lethbridge at n i M 111 in MUM 111 firm it i fi 11 HI i i 11 IF YOU WISH TO BUY WHEAT HATGH COONS The choicest lands in all parts of the Lethbriclgo HATCH Oliver Lethbridge the Week before Christmas for your HO LID PHOTOS GLENDOWER ALLEN Real Estate Fatm Lands Good Solid Raw and Improved Lands For Pincher City Lots from to Debbies SubDivision adjoining from Forplans and information GLENDOWER ALLEN Land Office Pincher Alta See the expert Photogra and secure sittings CRABB Redpath Lethbridge tlie Lethbridtfo Judicial Crown Attor mid Har ris the advocates the first named being the On behalf of the Lethbridge bar Conybeare sa d ure very pleased to see a district court in We have Jong felt the need of such a court and it is a good thing for Lethbridge to have a court and a resident I congratulate upon your appointment to the judgeship and there is no one whomve vhuld rather have for our judge in this 1 know the judgeship due you both your past valued services to the pro viuco nrvl of your ability to do full the iVc known you a long time and there is no one for whom the bajof Leth bridge has more kindly We welcome you to our both as a judge and as a believing that your residence in the city will I be pleasant and that your relations i In replv Judge Winter said that it i as a pleasure to be welcomed to I do not feel that in savin Calgary I aw losing Ut rather that In coming to Ijeih I am extending the circle of As to thc District it behooves us in common lo do our best to make the new part of the judicial machinery work adequate ly for thc economy ami speed in getting J ask for thc coop eration of the bar in my best efforts to make the court adequate and ef ficient and serve the ends for which it was to secure justice speedily and with a minimum of ex We must nit work together to the ends of I thank you sincerely for your congratula The first case tried was that af In this case was charged with commiuting an assault on one Luen King on occasioning actual boruiy harm to This is the case of a Chinaman being thrown intothe ash pit in the The evidence was very con thc three for the defence swearing that the China man struck Prodomuch first and then when Prodomuch he followed him and fell head first into the The appearance of the two parties rather corroborated Prerots Workiit Beef CATTLE TRADE POOR 1 Weekly Free Press Family Herald Weekly Montrtnl Lethbridge Herald sunny Best From According to the Calgary who is in the city the outlook for the ran cher and cattle 5s not very in fact it is The market in Veat Britain is no the Am erican markets are no better and thc Iwith the members of the bar will be Abattoirs arc all The tightness of money is causing the working peo ple to refrain from buying It is not the rich people who make the meat the workingnmn who buys five or six pounds of boiled meat whsn thc wealthy man buys a teabone or a porter Unloss money loos ens up thc outlook for ihe beef trade is very Bartsch says that there are lots of cattle in the country and there is a of hay and other Cattle at present are in aiul with au kind of an ordin ary u inter will be in good condition in the Owners have not sold a hocjf this year refuse sell at the prices offered Shipments arc almost at a If money loosens th ngs will be as theiv of in good condi tion in 31 liartsch is making a tour of the to the beef situa tion and us stated above he flocs not sw for the cat m J REGULAR PRICE ALBERTA Edmonton Saturday The Alberta Legislaturehas been summoned to inei on The programme hss not been but it wellknown that there is plenty oi constructive work still to be iit tended to that had to be left this story Ilodomuch is only a ovei iiom the other There boy about eighteen years old while the Chinaman is a big husky fellow who should be to beat two like the prisoner in a rough and tumble In view of tho conflicting ev idence His Honor discharged the ac Conybeare ing Simmons James Ilingley charged with been no change in thc personne ot AX OFFER MEETS THE WANTS OF CLASSES OF Thc Western Canadian reading public is made up chiefly of these el ass es Persons who have lived in the west for any lengthy period and outandout and recent arrivals from the Old front the United States and Eastern Cai Perhaps no one newspaper could cater with complete satisfaction all these classes but by this combination ofler every special need is met r The Weekly Free Press and Prairie Farmer gives a complete reeiifd by week of all happenings in the Western In addition it has special departments for American and British ily Herald and Weekly Star supplieithe former resident of Eastern da with tbe news o the Eastern poiiion of tire Dominion in detaiid which poiiion and thc Lethbridge Herald provides the local Western new camiot do i HE ft ALB Find enclosed for which me Weekly Free Press and Winnipeg Family Herald and Weekly Montreal and bridge for one year TABER Fiom the Free Irving left last week for to see her who is very illand not cxpecedto A very pleasant gathering took place at the home of Ste phenson on Tuesday It was the assembling of the Ladies Guild of Theodore Church in hon of Miss Wright who was soon to be Robert Long and Hettie Wright were united in marriage last meht in Theodore Church at since i SHORTER HOURSHIGHER PAY t Result of ConciiTation Board at Edr 21 The first ciliation board to meet in settled the dispute between Strathcona Coal and the miners The miners get eight and an incrpaae ten cents per ton in A tickling from any is quickly stopped by Snoops Cough and none are in immediate dicato him to When asked con cerning his guilt he made a plea of and inadw a statement of the case and asked for The Jones ami Afii it is sQthci safe that Dr7 td the ceremony in the presence of a stealimr sixtv dollars on i Judge called Cinef Parry to get the Siny Soothern and I repeily I Wo have a larcco Everythincf we soil is worth thc Call and sec us or telephone 182 akin Ulti From Thursdays A very quiet wedding was celebrat ed at tha home of lUicubcn Tif1 i on the evening of tho 18th i when Franklin late of I Moore was married to ijliss Alice only daughter of The happy stood j Uindor tht grarfuily Innding branches o a Christmas caclns which was in full The bride was tasteful ly dressed in white wore sprays of lillios of tlw vuliry in hor and carried in her hand a Uirgi bouquet rosw mixed with ilolicoc branches oi The falhtMgave away thc briie and tho I of Wesley church I thc KUIHJ ttul 1 very imnKrdintc friends were i After the very impressive viinls j which two happy hearts ono said the rompnny sat down to a of flirpofpd the catering and was served in first class s mans record and rcservetl sentence until Friday Hwc Jcpson was charged with committing an assaxilt on one Alonxo Jinnies on As was not TXtuly prooxrd the cnse was charmer such as his record vould inpostponed until Friday He no lawyer to defend him so Judge Winter appointed Sim jmons and Harris to The accused appeared beiore the judge with his lovely raven locks ail beautifully and artistically makinghim a sight to be a tells mothers to give it j without to joung The grcert leaves j and stems of a lunghealing mountainous furnish the cum tive proixjrties to Shoops Cough Wallace has bought the It calms the cough and heals residence of Depw in the new the Fore anr bronchial mcni large gathering of The bride was accompanied by Miss and supported thc Douglas nnd will move into it in the and C Squires left Xo no nothing harsh iiacd to injure or Simply a resinous plant tract that helps to aching lungs Tuesday morning for The Spaniards call this slmib which We understand they purpose the The Sncred making their home at San Always drinand Shoops Sold by all T Ji T was en rod of painful Goitre hy Chatham BAYARD MoMULUX i oi by MIX ARDS The Si made the lourist ii Host rcconl in ihcdoath rate per has assured Inbor olTicialsthai miners for1906 was with thorc will NJ no in the j JOHNSON Colorado had the highest rate city departments opiimt any man cured offacial neuralgia by West Viginia secoml because of his labororganization af MIXARDS with BAILEY A safe nnd profitable acres of the choicestFruit Lnwl in in they arc unsurpjisscd Vy in the Price for firstclass acre Terms suit the Our sketch shows an average fouryoaroM apple tree on Lower Lake fruit ;