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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 25, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta �t 111 It t l-l 11 � 111111 tilt | 11-|-l-l-1-HI !>|~t>M 1 >fr|-1 |1|||}|||,|WHWHH Good Coal Stock is Better than a Bank TEe Royal Collieries 10 SQUARE MILES OF COAL LANDS A consolidation of tho Hamcs Mine Just north of Ticthbridge, Alberta, with several Fiirruimding sections making It ono of the largest and most valuable coal lands in Alberta. CAPITAL $3,000,000-3,000,1100 $1 SHARES Amount of coal underlying Ihcir hinds is variously estimated at frot* 60,000,000 to 70,000,000 ton*. They have the same coal measures and the snmc quality of Domestic and Htenm Coal us the famous Gait nud Diamond Coal Mines. Tht� Mat-nvs Mine has I wen voicing for years and has largo ares* of coal blocked out. In loss than n yea r this stock will lie worth dmihl� the price nt which It is selling. V� me prepared to pay 50c. a share (or Di*\ mond Coal, but the fortunate holders miv asking 75c. Oalt Coal is coining money for Its stooMioldor.s. Ho will ltoyal Collieries. UNLIMITED DM0! UNLIMITED OUTPUT! UNLIMITED DliilQENDS! Will he the result when this company completes its tipple and lays four iniles of track across the Iwl pruiric to I.�thbri(lgc, where they connect with the A. 11. & t. ami the C. P. U. Oet In on the flrHt Issue of TivuMir.v Shares which we arc ofTorlng to the public la blocks of 108 to 51 at 25c Per Share The some people who floated and made such a success of the International ("oak and Coke are the prune movers in the ltoyal Collieries. International went on tlie market at 'J.*>c. per share and is paying 32 oer cent, annually on tho money invested at this price. One dollar invested then is worth $8.92, an increase of 08 per cent. per year. Why lie content with 3 |K�r cent, when an opportunity such as this presents iUwlf. NEW JUDGE TO TAKE THE WELCOMED 1AIS0FF? First Session of the District Day Service Between Here Court i and Cranbrook KINDLY GREETINGS NO MORE FLYERS Offered on Behalf of the Lelhbridje Bar Reported that Change is to be Made by Mr. Conybeare MICHTON & CAVANAUGH BROKERS Drawer 10S3 NELSON, B.C. Phono 110 (From Thursday's Daily.) At the first session of the District court yesterday afternoon 'occasion by C.P.R. (From Friday's Daily.) The Herald learned from a very good source this morning that the Bpokano flyers would be taken off on was taken by the members of iho jQmmry 6i wi,cn a new time table bar of Lethbridge to congratulate is to come into effect. It is said that Judge Winters upon his elevation to tne C. P. R. has not found the new tho position of District Judge for the Lelhbridgc Judicial District. C. p. Conybeare, K.C., Crown Attor ncy, W. C. Simmons, nntl C. F. Harris were the advocates present, tho first named being the spokesman. On behalf of tho Lethbridge bar Mr. Conybeare sa d "We urc very pleased to sec a district court In Lethbridge. Wo have long felt the need of such a court unci it is a good thing for Lethbridge to have a court and a resident Judge. I congratulate you, sir, upon your appointment to tho judgeship and there is no one whom ve v|->uld rather have for our Judge in this district. 1 know the Judgeship is due you both because of your past valued services to the province and of your ability to do full Justice to the position. We have known you for a long time and there is no ono for whom the ba,r of Lethbridge has more kindly feelings'. "We welcome you to our city, both trains a profitable investment, Those trains will bo replaced by two pas' senger trains between Cranbrook and Lethbridge. They will be up to date trains in every respect and will make the run between the two towns in the day time, the west bound leaving here at 6:30 in the morning and reaching Cranbrook at 4:30 in the af' ternoon. The cast bound train will leave Cranbrook at 6:30 and reach Lethbridge at 4:30. CATTLE TRADE POOR There has been no chocolate produced country equal to Cowan's Maple Buds This is a confection every one should buy. TUX COWAN CO., Limited. TORONTO i'*tn fllPt '* �" llntl' Thc ma*�l that your residence in the city will in VT1 �rituin is thc Am" bo pleasant and that your relations t''it�" '" refrain from buying meat. It is not the rich people who make the meat market," says Mr. Uartsch, "but. the workingman who buys five or six pounds of boiled meat whan I III MM I 'III III I 11II til 11111II I mill 1-1 HIH-1II � 11 till II1HH-IIH- IF YOU WISH TO BUY ..WINTER WHEAT LANDS.. -CONSULT- HATCH & COONS The choicest iumls in all parts of the Lethbridge District. HATCH & COONS. Oliver Block, Lcthbrid|ie GLENDOWER ALLEN Real Estate Farm Lands Good Solid Investments. Raw and Improved Lands For Sale. Pincher City Lots from $65 to $400 Dobbie's Sub-Division (tJ7C fjj fiJIlM adjoining Depot, from iPuJ IU Ijluul For plans and information apply to GLENDOWER ALLEN Land Office Pincher Station, Alta Don't Wait Until the Week before Christmas for your . HO LID AI PHOTOS : was a pleasure to be welcomed to IjeUibridgc. "I do. not feel that in leaving Calgary 1 tun losing friends, but rather that in coming to Ix-lh- i bridge I am extending tho circle of |(he ���Hhy man buys a tea-bone or acquaintances. As to tho District " ln�lor house. Unless money loos-Court, it behooves us in common to .,ns Mn outlook for ,he beef trade do our best to make the new part of |,s vur-v l">or" the judicial machinery work adequate I Slr' �>�� ��at there are |y for tho economy and speed in ,1 k'�'� � a" 0'''"n- f.cient and servo the ends for which nr>' wiU �* in "� comlition ... .....,, in the spring. Owners who have not It was made, viz, to secure justice i . . ' K speedily and with a minimum of ex penoo. We must nil work together to'nt lh- l,,k^K '"T,'rf"1 n"�  serve the ends of justice. 1 thank |n"' ����'� 1,1 � *��nd�tlll. If money , ____. loosens th ngs will l>e good as there you sincerely for your congratulu- " .... ,, aiv pl^niy of cattle in good condi- tions. 1 The first wiv tried was that af IU!N. vs. Proilonueh. In this case Weekly Free Press and Prairie Farmer, Winnipeg Family Herald and Weekly Star, Montreal Lethbridge Herald "Sunny Alberta's Beit THESE THREE REGULAR PRICE *3.50 $2.50 AN OFFER WANTS OF WHICH MEETS .>LL CLASSES THE SPECIAL OF READERS. sold a hoof this year refuse to sell Shipments ALBERTA LEGISLATURE. The Western Canadian reading public is mnde up chiefly of these claw-cs: Persons who have lived in the west for any lengthy period and arc out-and-out Westerners, and recent arrivals from the Old Country, front, the United States and Eastern Cai ada. Perhaps no one newspaper could cater with complete satisfaction to all these classes but by this combination offer every special need is met. The Weekly Free Press and Prairie Farmer gives a complete retard vit-k by week of all happenings in the Western Provinces. In addition it has special departments for American and British settlors. The FamHhhriilge Herald provides the local Western news, which you cannot do without. / ..lt� LETimniDGE HERALD: Find enclosed $2.50, for which send mo Weekly Free Press and Prairi* Farmer, Winnipeg; Family Herald and Woekly Star, Montreal; and Lath* bridge Herald, for one year each. See CRABB, the expert Photographer, and secure sittings early. R. CRABS Redpath St., Lethbridge A HOLIDAY WEDDING Sunny Southern Alberta fern) lends and lethbridge Property We have a large list. Kverythliig we sell is worth the money. Call timl see us or telephone No. 1*2 [akin & Matthews Ltd. Lethhridge, Alts. i (From Thursday's Daily.) A wry quiet wedding was eelebrat- 1111 it'll lillies ol the \.il!,.y in I iii i' I nt 11 nml lurried in her luind it| l.nife lioiii|ii.'t of while ros >s mixed 1 Willi il.'heate bra ik lies of leilis. Tlie | fnlher nave away Ihe liriile and ilie | Ih-v. .I.M. I lariison of Wesley chuiihi p,Tl'ornii-,l the ceremony. Nun.. ImL very immediate friends were pre-enl. ! 'Ar tlie very itnpiessixe \ , ,rds , whieh made two happy hearts one | were said the company sat down to I a splendid � case of a Chinaman being thrown into the ash pit in the I'. P. R. yards. The e\ idence was very contradictory, the three witnesses for! (K'lii.onton Saturday News.) the defence swearing that the China- } The Alberta Legislature has been man struck Prodomuch first and then .summoned to met on Jan. 0. The when Prodomuch ran away from him ''programme hr.s not been outlined, lie followed him and fell head first i hut it is well-knov.'it that there is Into the ashpit The apiioarance of , plenty of constructive work still to the two parties rather corroborated l>e attended to that hud to be left this story as Prodomuch is only a "vei from the other sessions. There boy about eighteen years old while , h-i\been no change in the personnel the Chinaman is a big husky follow ' �'f the' House since lust meeting, who should Ih> able to bout two liko ; and none are in immediate prospect, the prisoner in a rough and ttimble tight. In view of the conflicting ev- idence His Honor discharged the ac- dicale him to lie. When asked confused. C. F. p. Conybeare prosecut. rernim; his miilt he made a plea of ing; W. C. Simmons for defendant. "guilty" and made a slu'temont of .lames Ilingley was charged with'the case and asked for clemency. The stealing sixty dollars on Nov. 2!>t h. '.I ud^e called Chief Parry to gel the He hiwi no lawyer to defend him so, man's r;-cord and resor\e�l sentence .Judge Winter appointed W. ('. Sim- until Friday morning, mons and C I-'. Harris to act. | |{,,x vs .j,.p8,,. ,|,hn .lepson was The accused appeared l)efore the chat'Keii with committing an assault judge with his lovely raven locks all jon one Alon/o 1 lames on Dec. 4th, beniitifully and nrtistically ctirli-d, |As .lepsou's counsid, W. ('. Ives, was making him a sight to bo a \'i nnitn- not n'ady to procii-il the ras*i was charmer such as his record voiild In- postponed until Friday morning TABER TALK. (From the Free Press.) Mrs. J. K. Irving left last week for Trenton, Out., to see her mother, who id very ill and not expeced to live. A very pleasant gathering took place at the home nf Mrs. J. T.Stephenson on Tuesday afternoon. It was the assembling of the Ladies' Guild of St Theodore Church in hon-of Miss Wright who Was soon to be married. Mr. Robert Long and Miss Hettif Wright were united in marriage lost night in St. Theodore Church at 8 o'clock. The Rev. D. Jones performed the ei remony in the presence of a large gathering of friends. Tlie bride was accompanied by Miss Martin, and V. W. Powell supported the groom. SHORTER HOURS-HIGHER PAY'. Result of Conciliation Board at Edmonton. Edmonton, Dec. 21.-The first conciliation board to meet in Edmonton settled the dispute between the Strathcona Coal Co. and the miners tonight. The miners get eight hours und an increase of ten cents per ton in wages. Mr. R. P. Wallace has bought tho residence of T. Depew in the new Douglas Addition, and will move into it in the near future. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Squires lift Tuesday morning for Briphnm City, Utah. We understand they purpose making th"ir home at San FrancUco, California. A tickling cough, from any cause, is quickly stopped by Dr. Shoop'a Cough Cure. And it is so thoughly harmless and- safe that Dr. Snoop tolls mothers everywhere to giva It without hesitation, �ven to young bat�os. The rholesome green leaven nnd tender stems of a lung-hcaling mountainous shrub, furnish the curu-' live properties to Dr. Shoop'e Cough Cure. It calms the cough and heals tho sore and sensitive bronchial mem hnines. No opium, no chloroform, nothing harsh used to injure or suppress. Simply a resinous plant extract that hrlps to heal aching Junga The Simniards cull this shrub which the Hr. uses. -The Sacred Horn", Alwu.vft demand ]>r. Shoup's Cough Cure. Sold by all dealers. The S'lat.� which made the lowest' Mayor Fi Izgoiv Id, oi lloston, Mass. record in tho death rate per 1,000 has assured labor union olUciitls'thnt miners for lUUU was Maryland, with there will lie no discrimination in the i.O'.l. Colorado had tho highest ruto city departments agams'i any man 7.71 per 1,000; West \ iginia second hucnuse of his labor orguniziuion af-with 0.05. 1 filiation.. I whs e'lied o!' p.iinl'iil Goitre by MIVXUH'S LINIMKNT. Cliiitli.tin Out. BAYARD MeVU.UN i w-i cured oi iiit.iMiiuton by M1N-AKIiS LINIMKNT. Wiils'i. Out. MRS. W. If. JOHNSON I win cured of facial neuralgia by MINARD'S LINIMKNT. ^PurMalo, Ont. J. H. 1UJLKY A safe nml profitablo investment. .">0U) acres of tho choicest Fruit Lit ml in K.C. In fi'd they are unsnri.assid by anything in the Didiiii.io'i. Prico for lirst-clasn land. *1H0 per ue.ro Terms to suit the purchaser. Our sketch shows an average four-year.old apple tree on Lower Arrow Lake fruit farm. ii'ows Res ;