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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 26, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDOE, ALT A., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1906. Hayr Bros. We have one of the finest selected of and Electro Plate in Alberta. We extend d cordial invitation to every one to call and see our stock..1 You will find it an easy matter to select a gift for your friend B ros. HARDWARE MEN Phone 75 P.O. Box 27 COAL AT PINCHER. Active Development ,of Coal 'Proper' ty Near That Town. Dec. for active development work on the Pincher Creek Coul Mining Com- pany's property in the Crow's Nest district; have been completed. 0, G. Labaree, of president, announces thai the entire amount of stock placed on the market has boon disposed of, and the com- pany is now in condition to prose- cute the work at the mine. Machin- ery is being installed, and tluree full shifts of nu'n are employed. Devel- opment work will' be pushed from now on with all possible speed. No coal will be taken out of the jniue with the exception oJ. that encoun- tered in the sinking of ihc inclines. The main incline will be sunk to a depth of 300 feet, at whch point mining- will be started on an extcn- 'eive scale. There are. five veins of the high grade seiiii-rbi luminous coal on the property, which covers these vc-ias for a distance of five miles. The veins vary from C to 12 in width, and carry a doan grade of domestic coal. The pro- perty has been developed to a depth .of. ,200 feet by hand work. The coal taken-out during the last 20 years j has been mined by hand. Shipping will begin as soon as the Canadian Pacific spar IB completed. OF CANADA Manufactured in Varicbuyer, B..C1, of the very best Kiln- dried Lumber, in latest de- signs. -Prospective builders would do well to me fefore deciding on a house :S...'.-A.. Spencer AGENT BUILDER, CARDS ION A "WILD GOOSE" ENTERPRISE. Spokane, Wush., 'Dec.' might appropriately be termed "a wild goose" enterprise is engaging the attention of A. J. Thompson, a resident of Paterson, Wash. It is new in this state and in "the North- west and gives promise of being suc- cessful. Thompson "is raising fowl from the eggs of wild geese. The first setting, which he found in a nest on the river bank, was hatched under a common hen, which raised the brood to ai: age when the birds could take care of themselves. Thai is when Thompson's-troubles began, as the gec'se sought of their natural companions and half, the flock answered the call of the -'wild before the -exodus was stopped. He hopes that future hatchings will be- come domesticated. TRAFFIC EARNINGS Montreal, Dec. traffic earnings of Trunk Kail way for the week ending Dec. 21 show a decrease of compared with the same week a year- ago. Place Your Orders for lUillE ....WITH.... IJAS. HUME! Satisfaction Guaranteed n PHONE 289 Get our PRICES! on Corrugated Iron Galvanized and Painted. Metallic Skfiog Metallic Shingles beforebuying eliewliere We 'have just of-the well-known f Metal and Siding Co.'B goods in stock I Capital lest iivided Profits Savteos AiiCOUnts play an itn- _____ portant part in the busi- ness of lliis and every Depositor is given prompt, courteous attention, whether his account be large or small. The highest current rate of Interest is paid 4 times t year, and ;MCV may be withdrawn at any time. There .H no trouble or formality about opening an account'with tlic Union Bank. Simply deposit or upward and get your pass-book. Jojil AefOBfltS may opened jn of two persons, and either can do the banking. LE7H BRIDGE BRANCH: J. R. Anderun, NEW SIDEWALKS FOR THE CITY THEMOLSONSBANK Incorporated 1855 Capital (Paid Up) Reserve Fund Total Assets over Head Office, Montreal KEEP DOWN EXPENSES. St; John, N.B., Bee. Mr. Pugsley, Minister of Public Works, who has arrived here to spend Xmas, says a material curtailment in expen- diture for public works will be ne- cessary owing to the decline of the revenue of the Dominion, and the necessity for keeping expenditures well within the public income. City Engineer Arnold's report in regard to sidewajks submitiod to 'the City Council at its'last meeting was ;is follows: ._ Dec. 19. Mayor and Council, City of Lethbridge: Gentlemen: As instructs! I sub- mit a report of new plank sidewalks needed. In general I would not con- sider it advisable .to .lay sidewalks vintil the grading of the street is unless it is on streets the grading of which willj bo deferred for some few years If the Council reaches a deci- sion, to extend the cement walks in addition to those already under con- struction "such cement walks would be substituted'forr any plank walks recommended in" attached table corn- ster; south side; 1600 feet; London, from Cutbill easterly; north 150 feet; London, from Cutbiii easterly; Koulh side; 340 feet; v i Redpath, from Westminster west; I 240 feet; south side: [f Smith, from Courtland to Brun- ton; east side; 825 feet; Westminster, from Argyle to Court-j land; west side; 350 fcet; Westminster, from Courtkmd south-1 erly; east side; feet; .Westminstef, from Redpath to Duf- ferin; both sides; feet; London, from Crabb to Round, north .side; 275 feet; North of Track. DEPARTMENT Deposits of and upwards received. Interest allov.-ed from date of deposit Money Saved is Money Earned. Why not start an account now Braid, Mpalk St. K.D.JOHNSON, The fourth annual Seed Fair of the Lethbridge Agricultural Society will be held on Saturday, Jan. 16th, 1909. The society held a successful fair Railway Ave., from Westminster to i ast and are sparinS no Pains Torranee Ave.; north side; the comiliS fair one worth? of the advance of the district. The following are the rules gov- Torrance Ave., from Railway Ave. Elegant In the latest styles at prices all What better Xmas Present than a Pretty Waist Large selection in Silk and Net from Offi ce and Facto ry bf HIM man Telephone 153 Hue 195 DRY GOODS STORE Westmin- ster Road North Ward ing within the 'proposed new cement walk plank walks in use at present being replaced by proposed cement could be applied to the plank walk list attached hereto. Yours truly, M. ARNOLD, City Engineer. I would further say that during, the past year have relaid plank walks on the following blocks on which there were no walks previously from -Wood to Macleod, 000 feet, north side. Bompas, from .Round to Wood, 650 feet, south side. Dufferin, from Coutts to Cutbill, 375 fest, south side. Qrabb, from Bompas-. to Courtland, 575 feet, west side., Glyn, from Bompas to Courtland, both. sides. Westminster; from., McKay to Mc- to sides; ft.; the Torrance, from Dryden northerly 1. All seeds entered for competition east side; 790 feet; j must have been grown by tfie exhib- Torrance, street w. side to in the-year 1906. 2. No seed shall be entered for com- petition for prizes unless the quanti- ties of seed for sale, as per sample ex- U40 feet; Xorrance, from Allan to McKay east.side; 650 feet; McKillop; from Railway Ave. north- hibited, are at least 40 bushels of erly; west side; 480 feet; oats or barley, 10 bushels of _ 1 _ T r. _ _ i i i-m-r i T I _ Rachel, from Westminster to 10 bushels of flax, 1 bushel of work! north.side; 610 Tfeet; remaining classes. 3. In classes inclusive, two b'ubhels of seed shall be shown; in classes one bushel. All exhib- its of seed shall be held to be repre- Duke, from Westminster to Wall- work; south side; 610 feet; Wallwork, .from Duke to Rachel; west side; 540 feet; kfoerti Aiywkre TtwiCO.D. .AH .kinds of Braying and Gontracf Work executed with despatch Hayr Transfer Co. RING UP 180 Knowing the popularity and anticipating the de- mand for Leather Goods as Xmas Presentswe order- ed a pretty and serviceable line of The Uberta Railway and Irrigation Company Is now offering for sale ._ the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THE MARKET rancy Plain Leather Goods and McKay, from "Westminster to Mc-j Nabb; north side; feet; j Bailey, from McKay to Niven east side; 640 feet; Bailey, from Niven to McBeth; both sides; feet; McNabb, from McKay north 360 ft-et; east side; Additional Crossings. Redpath and Bartlett, Coutts and Bompas, Redpath and Cutbill, Glyn and Redpath 2, Round and Dufferin, Glya and Baroness, Westminster and McKay, Smith and Gourmand; 865 British Colonial Photographic Co, Beth, feet, east; 4 Ft. Plank Sidewalks Needed, In- cluding Crossings Argyle, from Bartlett to 800 feet easterly, north side, 800 feet; esti- mated cast Argyle, irom 500 ft. W. of Bartlett, to Westminster, south side; 600 feet; .estimated cost Ashmead, from Redpath to Dufferin, j both sides; feet; ?330. Bartlett, from Redpath- to Dufferin; east side; 450 feet; Bartlett, from Argyle to London; east side; 1125 feet; Bartlett, from Bompas to Courtland, west. side, 675 feet; Bartlett, from London northerly; west 200 feet; feet; Total number of feet, esti- mated cost. In ladies' handbags, pur- ses, traveling cases etc. Also a fine line of Leather Goods that men will ap- preciate. Lethbridge Saddlery Co. Bompas, from Wood to Gait; south side; 400 feet; Bompas, from Ashmead to Bartlett; south side; 400 feet; __ Bompae. from Bartlett westerly, n'orth-side; 100 feet; Bruuton, from Smith to Lot 10; north side; 950 feet; Bruntonv froir: Guiness 350 ft: south side; 350 feet; Burdett, from Courtland to London; west side; 770 feet; Courtland, from Round to Burdett; south side; 1050 feet; Courtland, from Coutts to Ashmead; south side; 800 feet; Courtland, from Bartlett easterly; north side; 350 fe'et; Couttfe, from Retlpaih northerly; vost side; 150 feet; Coutts, from Dufferin southerly; west side; 575 feet; Coutts, from Courtland to London; west side; 670 foc-t; Cot bill, from Courtland southerly; MILK RIVER NEWS Milk River, Dec. New Year to all. r Everybody says fine weather. Somehow or other we like this j Milk River country. Don't you? Mr. Oboni shipped some choice lambs to Piche and Miron, in Leth- bridge, on Tuesday. Dory Bros, shipped a carload oi nice fat beef to Lethbridge. Ben Ellert made a business trip to Raymond on Tuesday. Sam Whitford, foreman at the Oborn coal mine, returned last week from Frank where he was in attend- 05 a nee at. the Miners' Convention. Mr. Locke made a flying trip to Warner last Wednesday. Mr. Kifipen and Frazer boys came in frtim their homesteads Tuesday, returning the next day with several loads of lumber. Miss Frenx Ellert has been helping in the store this past week. Mr. Oboru contemplates a trip East after Jfew, Years, in regard to the sale of his coal mine. Down in Sharon, Pa., a preacher recently announced that he hoped all the ladies of his congregation ex- cept, the elderly ones would remove their" hats. It is heedless to say one minute after his request was made not a lady in the church had her hat on. A private school will be started in the homestead district righjt after New Years. Applications to the Gov- ernment for a new school house were sentative of the total quantity of such seed offered for .3ale by the exhibitor. 4. No premium shall be awarded on exhibits that contain impurities, which, in the opinion of the judge, are of a noxious nature. 5. No exhibitor shall receive more than one prize in any class. 6. All samples of seed must be la- beled after judging, with the name and address of the exhibitor, the name of the variety, the amount for sale, and the selling price. 7. In case of dispute a statutory declaration that'the above rules have been complied with may be required from each or any exhibitor of seed. 8. All exhibits fov competition for prizes must bs delivered at Oliver Hall. Lethbridge, not later than 10 a.m., Saturday, January 16th, and shall not be removed until the close of the fair. y. All exhibits of grain receiving first prize shall become the property of the'Agricultural'Society, and the society will reimburse the winner: at the following pe bushel, barley, per bushel, oals, per bnshel, 75c. Prize List. Class. 12 3 any' hard .12 6 3 any var- ioty........ ..-..12 6 3 any white var- iety ...............12 64 2 six-rowed ..7 4 2 two-rowed 7 4 2 spring........7 4 2 fall ...........7 4 2 seed..........7 4 2 seed......6 3 2 grass seed ......6 3 2 grass seed ..5 2 1 seed.........63 2 clover seed ..6 3 2 Program. 10 exhibits must be in lid fcita ii ftitqnpkic Supplies Rooms 1 and 2 OMfeilovs' Block Are you having Photographic troubles? Call and we will help you. Our technical staff is always at your service, and any question will be cheerfully an- swered ADVICE GRATIS Amateur Photographers are specially irmted TROUBLE is not in our Vocabulary Printing and Fin- ishing done for amateurs. All work finished inside of 3 days WANTED 100 MEN To get their done in the Lethbridge Hotel Barber Shop FOUR BARBERS NOW WORKING Strictly first-class work done. Electrical treat- ment and compressed air All tie litest ttiigs IP Postcirts Ed. Kennedy I sent -in way back last summer, but as it is not forthcoming as soon as west, side; 300 feet; Cutbill, from Courtland to- Lon- don; eaet side; 670 feet; Dufferin, from Westminster to nest; north side; 475 feet; Ford, from Ashmead to Weafmm-! schooling m the meantime, with j i ing this effort to give their children place. Judging begins. 12.30 to 2.30 Market, the hall will be open for the examina- tion, buying and selling of seed. 2.30 meeting. Ad- dresses will. be given by speakers supplied by the Dominion Seed Branch. Open discussion will follow. 5 of fair. Exhibits may be removed. W. B. Burnett, Secretary. W. H. Fairfield, President. Suggestions. The yield and quality of the grain than that at home" class? If so you are losing money by not having it at the fair. Have you had some valuable ex- perience iu the past year? Come out and give your neighbors the benefit of it. Have you been nursing some pet question or theory? Come to the meeting and turn it' loose on the speaker. Do you need some new clean seed? The best in the district will be. on display. Every exhibitor has to guar- antee u certain definite quantity for sale, of which the exhibit is a fair sample. Will your seed grow? What weed seeds are in it? You can have it tested free of charge at the Seed .La- boratory, Calgary. Seed Catalogue. A bulletin will be published by the Dominion Department of Agriculture giving a list and description of all commendable exhibits of seed at Seed Fairs held in Alberta and Saskatche- wan previous to February 1st. You can get a copy by writing the Seed Commissioner, Ottawa, or his repre- sentative at.Regina or Calgary. lots Jififii of tte JSiilntf FROM EACH Also a few Acre Lots East of Westminster Road, each TERMS EASY One-third cash, one-third 6 months, balance 12 mouths. Interest 6 per cent, per annnm Mftflf ni iniHife Ci, Kti. Tor fl Present The White Furniture Co.'s com- fortable Rockers, Handsome Writing Desks, also upholstered Settees and Chairs. White Furniture Co. Bowman Block Crabb Street Ud after by the Government, Therej crop prosperity or are about a dozen or more children1 Tnes- The vield and quality t.ho hard CHILD BURNED TO DEATH. Moncton, N.B., Dec. 7 year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Weir, during the absence of her mother, was burned to death at her parent's home Leone, whilo rnittin; j as soon a? possible. Satterlee Locke, our enterprising livery men purchased another pair of fine drivers at Lethbridge last-1 week. Several rtancos have been an-' nounced in the vicinity for the holi- days, and it is hoped that everybody V7ill turn out to these and enjoy themselves. For "Christmas comes j but once Tvar, once the Christmas spirit, only once the Christinas cheer." crop depend largely on the seed used. Ate you one of the "Have better this afternoon. kerosene on the fire, set fire to her clothes, and was fatally burned. LOCAL OPTION AT OWEN SOUND- Owen Sound, Dec. is a hot fight here, for the repeal of the I niv issiiintr fi j newspaper giving police court re- j cords, showing heavy increase in ar- for drunkenness under local op- tion. Packed houses at the Eureka every night. Choosing an Overcoat' Taste must determine the particular style out and the pattern of the fabric. But there are other ESSENTIALS which taste should not decide: the fashion, the fit, the construction and workmanship. For these yon must rely upon the riraker. I Choose a Sanford Coat and yon will get satisfaction. Sanford Clothing has always held the leading-place in Canada. W. E SANFORD HAMILTON'. A MANUFACTURING CO. WINNIPEG, MAX. ;