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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 27, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta ng! Plastering! iPlain and : : : : Ornamental Plastering. J. A. SLADt, Lethbridge. Estimates Given. SAVE MONEY NOW ^ - I CHn sell you lots now iu Tabor for $100, that will be selling at S200 in a niontb's ti?tie. Good Fanning Land for sale W. F. RUSSELL Real T'state Agent ' Tabor, Altn.i SMOKE ^ Lethbridge Belle Havana Smoker T. W. HANRAHAN JIANUFAfTl'REU C HOICE ANDIES AKES b EST READ UNS City Bakery F. C. Coche. Prop, ynopsis Of Canadian North-West. HIMESTEAD REQULATIONS. ANY rlB do ease II of th-- hoin,e tead.-r de- up-'i. a fiinn In  be rlclnit -f �h,''and , ii . i-d -or lb ryqiilrer-ierits as rt-fiUIencc 'na b*- qai >.fipd bi eucb t�crbf>u lehtding Wi h -th* t^Ui'-r -.r isuthei 3. ir tl.c ettTer has 111" c i> iincnt r h|i1.-i.i tJpon fafminx land owned by bim in th, vl. iri-liy 0'hla homestead, the r'- nlrc enl tis i. r''-Idencr iriav be jsatlnfled by re&ii-ejic� upt�ii the xalo land. Slxmonns' nutlce in wrlilnK should be irli'ei tij llie CommlhhIOMor u1 Dominion Laitdr �! Ottawa of Inttniion to applf fur patent. w. w. oiiav. Deputy of ihc M nlslc of the I. lerloi Barnes & Co. REAL ESTATE and GENERAL AGEN i > GiHie-'Scccnc Fitcr fcnikaid Bl(.(l> Post Office Box 3 eJeplaorie No 122 AT KEAN'S -Grand Display of y Boxes of i'acdj by the best makers. English crac-kiTS, a swell line lit 75e. and 85c;. per box. Our 8anta Claus stockings, troni 5c. to SLoO, are cheap, save yon ii lot of bother, and please Lhe children best. We hIso have a few Dolls. . Apples by tliobo.\ or larrel. Fresh Oranges. Bananas,! Lemons. Grapes, Pears, Nuls. Candy, etc. Hot tea, coli'ee and cjioe-olatc a spi'cially. J. W. Kean & Co Opp(j�it(' P. O. 'Phone 98 A Glassing Graining I W. M. BARBER  Painter and * Decorator I Gaiiiagc Paififcinga specialty ^ Kalsoniining Paperhanging  Bank of Montreal ESTABLISHED 1817 Capital all paid up...................SI4,0W,000 Reserved Fund...................... I9,m,9a� Balance i>rufii aid Lou.............. Ma. 159 Head Office, M ntreal PRESIORNT: itlOHT HON. LOBO sr i H O-A AH � MOUNT ROYAL. 6 0. M. 0. VICE-pnrS DF.NT: HON. 8IB anOBOK . DH. MM )ND. K. C. M. C. K. 9. CLODSTOt . OI�BB4L MlNAOKH Brancaes and Agencies at all tl � principal points in Canada Also iu London, �:nglax d, N�w York, ClUcago, Spokane and Kewfgundland Travellers' Circular Letteraof Cradit and Commercial Credits issued for use in all parts of the world. COLLECTIONS MADE ON FAVORABLE TERMS Drafts soil) available d( all points In Uniteii State*. Eu "ue and Canada Interest allowed on depasita at current rates Lethbridge Branch - r. REEVE Manafter TO AVOID STRIKES j MAY GET OIL HERE Mackenzie Kind's Article In Ubor Gazette. Mr, F^t Fi|urcs on This Possibility During Borin| Operations. oiaoicsoxyo TELEPHONfcNO.l -FOR ALL KINDS OF- Fresh and Salt-Meats Fish, Poultry, Etc. PIOHE & MIRON Gifts for Smohers! Christtnastide offers no better opportunity than can be found in the El Ambar cigar. Our line of t.'iese favoriteg embraces all sizes, and there is not one but what would be reassur-od and prized by any 'lover of the weed.' WALLACE & HOSELTON, Cigars, Tobaccos and Pijics. Double Your Money Here's a chance for the Speculator to make a hundred per cent, before second payment is due. We offer land in section lots for $1 per acre down. Land in less than section lots |L50 an acre down. Jllberta Realty ?o. Phone 141. C. R. DANIEL* Biannger 'rile L ttlior Oa.7.oltnsiljl� ;v>r '.no strike or its continuance jvo,- so long a period of time. The>ii.y which threatened the country i.wi the possible - i-ccurrencc from ioMlar causes of a liltc condition is, how.�v-or, a svifflcient justiflcation lor i;ot (jassing ovor the whole mat tor in silence, in looking at a situation, so inucli depends on tho point from which it is vic\venny. 1 cannot but fwvl that a little more tact and a disposition to understand aright the posiVion of the other by each of the parties might have averted the whole trouble. Cer-tain)j', hud the i>artic.s �l>oen prepared to view their actions with the some regartl to the interests of the public ihut ithey finally cnino to view them, the strike would never have continued so long. In the .settlenient whiuli was reached, both parties, 1 believe mAuroly selfish. Until biougjit face to jof face with the serious situation which tho Icng cunlinuance of tho dispute producer!, tho pulilic docs not ] seoin to have conic in for any con-.sidcration whatever. When it is renieinbcrod that or -ganizod society alon:; makes possible ibo opcr.ation of mines to tha mutual benefit of tho&e t�g�j,"od in the w ork of production a recognition of the obligations due set| lieep in tlie expt-ctaition of getting gus. Tlie contract hn.'8, in tho oil fields of IV^nnsylvnnia and since then he has \'isit�J the West IncHes, Trinidad at�d western Canada on pros -peeling expcdrtions. He came over to Canada from the United States in 1870 to Petrolia, Lambton County, Ont. There he has been actively engaged in tho pro -duction of oil and he has also e.\ -plaretl new fields in all parts of t'un-ada. For an English .sjmttcato he went to the West Indies and conducted ot)or�tions io th island of Cuba. In Trinida^l. ho,says, they have .So far got only shallow oil. It is asphaltum, a lake, practically, of heavy oil, there 'being no paratlln bases. The otil on the margin is cool'd and hard, but in the ccnti-e th3 lake it is not and a n^an would sink in it if he attempted to cross. Irom I'rinadid supplies have liceo drawn for England for the last huiulioj .years, but no light oil hns been found there. li! Pennsylvania, Kan^tas and Ontario, on the other hand, the oil has a paraffin base and this is also the chnractcr of tho oil in the west of Canada. Mr. .Peat visited the Flat Head Valley in 1901 for the Crow's Ness Pass llailway Co., which held a concession from a Drilish Columbia government. Sinca then this oiil field has come into the hands of actual prospectors and is l>eing ecific gravity of the,oil is ,S2. On the Alberta side there are springs coming out of the mountains and the oil light as on 11k; Fla/t Head, but considarable lignter than Hero tliora have jbeon only partial tests iiKide. One or t�o wells have been put dovm, one to ,a depth of 000 feci. They | have not yet rencbod a formation i that wflU give sufficient oil to niiake it.a paying territory. Mr. Peat stiys i from his experience that they arc not '. looking in tho right place and tho ' point he makes is an inteiiostiivg one. They can never e.xpi'ct to find paying oil where it is oozing out of the-i ground. They must go back to where there is overlying rock tokecp 1 it back. When they get that thoy will have a field that will poy. .Vt ' Medicine Hat. the pressure is as high ' as 600 pounds to tihe square inch, lie has no doubt that there will be i fouiMl u rich oil flelil in Southarn I ho' real estate I b a description and I will find it for von. n. t. macieod Fire &nd Life Insurance. WIven in need of a oh cook stove Call and see Our Stock and you are sure of being satisfied (EX WaKely 1 The Leading Tinners, Plumbers, Stoain and Hot Water Fitters. Teleplione IK). AIIK.M) OF LAST VEAU. Alberta and in northern Allicrta i.4 satisfied that there is ano-ther. Mr. Peat is satisfied that thcix> is a deposit to be found in .Vlborta probably not an cvtensivc field, but a valuable deposit. What must ix-reached is the rock formation that contains tiie oil. All the walls kq far have only reached the tertuary formation. That is onl.v the ro.wr -Voir, not whore the oil was made. In the I>evonian or Silurian formatior.s A Vfttuabhi deposit will bo found in limos'tone or sandstone. In Ontario it is found in carbonificnus rock and in the I) 111 ted .Stat(>s in Trenton Umc-htone. He exp�!ets when they Se' ibrAugh 'the formation at Laihlsridye that tbey will strike limestone. l>ut. even such authoi'itics as Professors IJell ond Sylvan ai* unable to say with confidence. By tho I well that 'they nva ubout to sink to I a depth of l.fiOO (ool he is s.-vtisficd ' they will giot .somEithiiiff which will j jii.stify the undertaking. i the Botel Jitimm FRED. ROONEY, - PROP. GOOD ACCOMMODA HON FOR THE TRAVELING PUBLIC IJ(CELLENT CUISINE BATHS HOT AND COLD WATER X KATES ,$1.50 A DAY X ________..........  LETHBRIDGE - ALBERTA i ROYAL ^ HOTEL I TABER. ALTA. Irvirtc & Lemon, - Proprietors | Rates $1.50 and $2.00 per Day FREE HUS MEETS ALL TRAINS SAMPLE ROOMS IN CONNECTION :o:aoio:ox3roTo pan tho Turn Over a New Leaf f'or tho ensuing year and have thai old plumbing torn out and clean, healtH.v. sanitary plumbing jiut through your houso and avoid infectious diseases, fevers .ar-'fl nian.v of the dLseascs that come from 'Iwd saniliition nJid pliiiiibing. Wo are ipuily to imilortako any work of this Uavu run llie total protluct for this d'scription. which wo do In a skillful and scientific inanitor, C. W. GRAY I Hn.vmoiKl Chronicle.) On Tiiesdny at 9.30 the. last of migar had [Wissed through j dryers (in�t .10,000 pounds. It is estimated that 2500. tons_ of lK'��t.s, owini? to the storm and pro-tracto waa heaviri". e '- I,�nd tought recently in tho soiuh west Part of Cixlgary for $47/an acre, recently sold (Or $1S0 an^dcre. Dealers say that those who have iwed ChanrlKrluin'a .Stomach .ind L.vcr Tfthlot.s are quite lo.val to them and etin not be persuaded to take any stibstltute. Oct a free sample at any tirtigigiRt� and g>ive thein u trial and you, too. v-lll wanithcni in preference to any otl�or. They euro stomach troutles. hi! lind coijfrtipation. riUE I* A CAR. the hotel windsor H. E. MKBACH, Proprietor 1 Ev(!ry attention given tho travelling public FcxhI Stable in coHnection Landseckers" ajid Rancher's Ilcadquarlprs Telephone 47 RAXES, $1.00 PER DAY 0 An A.H. & I. baggage, car loaded with fruit and whiskey, .standing on tho siding nvKir the Arlitrgton, was iMidly damaged by firo on Saturday night last. It is believed an over -heated stove started the blaze, which ruin.>4i the car and tho contents. Tho flrnpcn retipondcd ns soon as . the aln^m was sour-dixJ, but there was o^delay in getting tho alarnv in. -e- r. FftirbankH has roslgncd his position ns ficcretary of the Raymond Board of Trade. He is going to rtah. CHRISTMAS GIFTS FOR EVERYBODY Carving Sets, Silver Tea Kettles. Ten Sets, Knives, Silver Tea Pots, etc, Buster Brown Child's Sets, iioc. to I^k: Oilletle Safely Ra'/,ors, 5.(K). See. our windows, The Central Hardware Store ^ G. L. VROOMAN oe ;