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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 27, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta HERALD PRINTING CO By the .t - ft Hi ft H- n  5 �"- 7.- +1 * � - V. A. BUCHANAN, Mamgiif Director. W. JORDAN, Sspt. of Jot DtMrtment. SUBSCRIPTION. GOSSIP '.ON THE SIDE !f""" Altogether it was a Rtivnumw day for the stwnuous PivsklotitVs son. The Initiation will oontiiiuo until Kri day. Evvry day young Hoosowlnvili be compelled to perform all sorts of weird stums for the erillWMoa ih*� Dickies ami �thc public of Did your Chris* inns you sick? dinner make imls and the industrial growth will follow closely upon the agricultural progress of the Canadian we�t. It -is too much to expect that railways will \*t able to keep pace wMtHhc farmers nml that ear .short- cotiKcs- In Advance Olh m wise 1.50 a year 2.00 a year ADVERTISING. onth 1.00 Per Inch MAIL SERVICE. Automobiles develop great ap  potites in this country. 1 saw a lot of hay being unloaded at Howard Casc's garage. I havo been trying to find out who is at the back of the street railway project but without success. Somebody says W. I). Whitney knows a little about it. The brave men in this country are It is up to the Hoard of Trade to D(>t all ^tdkr* and bachelors. Head ��� that the C.P.H. is compelled to tm� you wln be convinced that furnish the towns of the Crow s Seat QVen Valors occasionally are brav�: line with a decent mail service Gn Saturday last Mayor Mow** of present the mails are carried with - 'Kingston, accompanied oy James out the lea* attention btfng paid Stewart, aged seventeen, went down to the convenience of the public. If to tDe ^ look %Mr |^^| jj PRESS GRINDINGS a ge will *x*a *�e>. The p ivsenl tlo.n will U� ellminateil by the eslub-lishiuont of nu^ny western mills The railwayh would still get the tralUc ||1 hut *tpix\\d out over a longer -t.lmeajul tht? larmers would not have the loss* es incurred that are now so fmpioirt. The faruwr would get the most out of Ms grain growing while general development would Iw mnteriully has tened and strengthened!. Ij�t us have more railway facilities, but let us also have -the other remedy for lack of 'tmmcdlnfte transportation - Many mills. Toronto Globe: The story of the terrible struggle along a trackless and precipitous coast line by Mrs. Thomas Patterson, wife of 'the lighthouse keeper �t Capu lleale, H.C., to warn the Quadra, the Unvemmctit steamer at the llaintichl cable station, of the wreck of the bark Col - onia and tho jwril of her crew. is THK OM) LKOIHLATIVK llAU-one of those tales of life-saving tliat AHAXl>ONKD. cannot be -cvery-morn�ing*' school, office dopartment cannot compel the. l0ey l0 g^t a ffreat deal C. P. It. to wait for the mails tut,0f enjoyment out of it. Three or one thing we nr* sure of and that is four yeftra ^ Mr nftrry y Strickland of Toronto, and a companion bathed in Lake Ontario every Hun-day throughout the year, even when thick ice had to be broken for the ta> f& very short time the Coloniu. an old wooden Itimtwr-carrier of Snn Francisco, went, to pieces. Mr. Hro- known that the coming j***sion i>f t he legi sbvt tire will be he let In the Mithaelis block which is now near -!ng fomplotion. It will seem strange for those who, lik*� Mr. Mountain, have liccn asnociat�*d so long with tho old 1 uildlng on lVwdn�\v sti>f his Toronto workship taunted, some : uiebsago to (ingress urging the w years ago about his cold dips as the i0rvation of all coal lands now jn the Canadian winter set in, at last made j hands of the Federal Government, the offer ,ono day to swim in the hay Dul has uswl \tiH olUcial authority ,the next. Sunday any distance that, to prevent further alienations till dour should j*ee that Mrs. Putterson'to attack legislative duties with any gets a piece of silver-plate for Christ ] other place, but tho distance and mas suitably engraved. The Marine1 inconvrniemv or the old chamlwr pepartrarnt can \\x*\l afford to en * j necessitates the cluing*' which has Ikcu decided upon, and therefore tho />lace which wax the .mvne of constitutional struggle for responsible governnvnt. will r>*uuiin oiv? of the historic places of interest, lot its useful career has do**ed. Tlw n.*w Michaelis building whoiv the wmt��r session will lw* hdd is four sloivys, thf tippt*r which Will Ih� occupi^l by �>rnment - lb�giha Wc.-| thi�*o tho of gov his That tramway company is looking a long way ahead when it seeks the privilege of operating within a rad -iua of 80 mile* of this city. That would enable It to touch the Pa�s. Montana, the suburbs ot Aledicin" Hat and the coming city of far  menffay to the north. such times as Congress sees fit to protect the remaining coal measures fellow-workers liked to cut the ice and make for him a swimming course. They took him at his word;by legislation. The need of similar and with saws toiled hard, cutting �actlon is quite as urgent in tha Do-an open space nearly forty yards l^in^a. An shows infinite care for th�' vested rights af private owners and has no regard for the earlier veM�d rights of the people as a whole it is nis- , Miss Alma .Johnson presented Miss essary to ward off complications bv i k.iu �i� . �u� ..��.. ..��.��^~� It is with a feeling of very deep re^r.'t that we have heard you are leaving us. not to return again Your pupils, every one of us. feel that we are losing a personal friend Nour k:nc>nss and forU,aranc*> to us at all tunes, haw won from us all. that whkh wo feel you will veryniuch prire, th�� love and esteem of every inemlvr of your class. I Wv* iVn�l that we cannot let you go 'without som.� slight recognition ot your effort?* on our behalf ami of our est-AMii for you. We ask you to there fore ktndiy accept this little gift wv onVr you. with our very best WiHhe* for your future happiness wherever you are and especially that you may er.Joy a very happy Christmas. We remain Your Pupils. nndurd V. l>�thbridg Is." said a wise Buff leghorn �-.>ck that was standing near, 'that you do not tell the public what \ou tha\*e ,done. You lay an egg waddle off without letting anybody in the neighborhood know it. If you want a w very kindly and appreciative terms. During her short May in the Central school. Miss Klls proved an excellent toucher, and puj^is and teachers aliM regn't very uaich to see her Jenve come us inacces�ible as if it were at the north pole Title deeds nuty become greater obstacles than oceans of ice. Ontario took wise precaution ' in reserving gold, bliver and white j KING OF ALL COUGH REMEDIES, pine for the benefit of the public. --- Mr. K. C3. t^ase. a mall carrier o; Calgar>- ]>eople need never freeze \ Theodore Rooscwlt, jr.. aon of the president and a Harvard sophomore, a warm thing as tho.Eye Opener *�* joining th? "Dickies," tho most irJth them. I mysterious secret organisation of all the fraternities at Cambridge. Safeguards in tho public intere*thavtj also been placed around thj "whiUs 'coal" of Niagara Falls. The reservation of coal lands in tho hands ,of tho Dominion is a matter of still greater moment, for the future of comfort among the people and tho Ontario Liberals wiA soon hai>e to select a leader for their following in the Ontario legislature. The l>est man In sight to our mind is J. A. stacdonald editor of the Gloho. That Dame alone would be a winner, especially amongst the Tories. An Octario M. P complains that the party organs are not slavish snouph in their support. Well why should they be? Party papers that Invariably lino up 'in support of measures good and bad have no influence. The Toronto MuJl and Empire, Tory, and the Hamilton Times Li 1 era I, are samples of the hldo  bound Dartv papers. Senator Lougheed, ot Calgary says the lumber combine can be broken. He proposes several methods, as follows: "For instance, it *ia quite possible for ths Dominion Government to repeal the tariff which exists today against the. imported lumber from tho other side of the line. 1 am not positively certain under what conditions and under what circumstances the government could take a utop of this kjnd. hut sneaking generally I think that the tariff can be repealed in any ease it* wMch it has been proved that 'monopoly exists which is icjuringibe community Without look- 4*g up the laws and regiilationswhioh ly to the matter, I do not feel i I am in a position to speak positively, tout at. the same time I i^lth^^y^^ that, if the lumber mor- t^ioacloufl, there are means by which itmy can tie tamed 'iUss initiation ceremony lasts near ly a week, and young Roosevelt began to perform his obligation stunts yesterday morning. Under guard of one High Dickie, a student named arriogton, Jtoo&cvelt appeared in Harvard Square shortly after sunrise, clad in a gray summer suit, blue ffannel shirt and white canvas shoe*; and bare-headed. His costume would have been ideal for the middle of August, and bundled up citixess gated u|h>n it in open-mouthed amaze ment and wonder. Young Boosuvelt first visited Harvard &i)uare lunch room, where ho broke his fast on mustard pickles, hot buttermilk, fresh raw oysters and maple syrup, and warm squash pie. His gastronomic feat was witnessed by a great crowd. After, he had finished with a dip in tho finger bowl. In which benzine was substituted for water, ho again appeared in the square, awl with a great bundle of morning newspapers ruada his rounds of the houses of Dickie* leaving a papor at nach In bold letters across each lHigo were, stamped the words: "Fool Hoosewh/ The IAckiefi require that ail dnitiu-tivee bear this title, "Fool." Last night Roosevelt visited the theatre district in Boston and attended a performance at one of the highness houses. There every few minutes a Dickie would approach and ask him for a cigarette or a glass of ginger pop, or a MToddy Bear," and if he failed to produce the required article he was compelled to explain audibly why he had neglected to provide himself with a full stock of the little necessities of life." i w i dependent in the west on a perman- j eat supply of fuel at reasonable cost Tt will not be necessary for the Dominion to embark in the coul mining business. No such questionable departure noed be feared. Ownership will give the Government a control ; i that will insure a continuous supply at fair prices by tho oi>erating companies. This is all the public desire, and it is what they have aright to demand. Such a result will be i beset with sufficient difficulties, oven if the Government should act prom* ptly and reserve all the coal de -pot-Ate not already alienated. It would l>e a nerious mistake to create more obstacles by allowing the remaining coal measures *o drift into the hands ot private Individual* corporations. Canton Centre*. Conn., who has boya in the t\ S. Service for about sixteen years, says: "We haw tried m*tn^ cough meilicincs for cn>up, but Chaml*erlain's Cough Itetnedy is of all and one to be relied upon every time. Wo afso And it tho best remedy for coughs and colds, giving certain results and leaving no bad after effects." Foe sale by All Druggists. Winnipeg Telegram' The announce, ment that work on a monster milt will soon comnv*f*re tti l>*thhridge. big enough to supply ull Southern Alberta, is an encoarageing Hign oi tho times. The day will amw all tho grain grown on the North - i west prairies will be millwi in this country, and the sooner the work of i meeting the detnandM is comn>enced the Ixrtter for tha farnwrs and the country at largw. The Telegram recently reproduced an article showing how tho grain of tho west might he profitably mamt -factured in the west. It is to be hoped that more enterprising millers will follow the example of the Loth-i bridge firm and establish mills in i the three wheat-growing provinces. In this way employment w'ili be given to men for more extended per - OTTAWA. Ont. Architectural Competitiou for De-lifirtuiriital mid .hifltice Htiildin^s Competitix'e drawings arc invited for Departmental and Justice Buildings to lie erected for th* Dominion Government at Ottawa. Ont. The author of the host design will U' swarded apretnium of S8.00G, t**.� stH- Ilttpartinent .ni Public Works, Ottawa This competition open to Canadian Architects who havo *t>een rose dont in Canada lor one >var or more. Conditions of cum)>etiUon slating ! requirements of buildings and maps REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE Established 1891 8 - r in all parts of the City- ONLY THE BEST AND MOST RELIABLE INSURANCE COMPANIES REPRESENTED MONEY TO LOAN Lethbridge, Alberta. 1 G p;ao;o:o:o:o:o:o:o:o:aiao;^^^ o.oTo.o.o.o.o.o.o.o.o.oo.opjaox) TLEKMAKKR SENT OCT WHEN HEQCIRED o:o:o:o ororrcro CHOICE SELECTED LANDS IN THE DISTRICT We Have Exclusive Sale of the Choicest Lands In TownshipRnn^c 18 : Township 8, Range 17, and a lurgo selection of tho best lands in adjacent districts. We contemplate opening Rovcrai local branch oiGces in Southern ^lberta early the coming season, but at present all our business will bo conducted from our (General Offices at De.luth, Minn. The RUSH THIS SPRING will be the greatest known in the history of Canada West, and we advise intending purchasers to COME NOW and make your selections BEFORE SOMEONE ELSE GETS YOUR. OPPORTUNITY M. ttNOWLES General Agent Duluth, Minnesota. New Effects in Cut Glass W. RR Lethbridge, Alta. (Minneapolis, Minn., Head Office) Our recent importation* include an assortment of Klljr- Ii�h  Hock Crystal, quite dilTerHit from thai heretofore shown. showing site. o\c, may U> had on application to tht* undcrfiignM By Order, FRED OnUNAS. Secretary Department of Public Worta, I Ottawa, Ddcvrotor 12, ll'Ofl. Newspapers will not tso pawl (or this advortiMunent il lhoy insert H without authority from-this Department. The Cri�Ul lUt-U U Jieayier ant uw cmt iM* u�'� i�t*r Otai* mat of .ib*�r yo�r�~th* vtttvi U It uifler* from "BlrUV Cm flimV iu HiM � *Jf|>*:nOh tnotc , Hivii.tortU beAUt) rainirr lUan Hose Howls, Flower Con. tres. Decanter* and Juusuro most prominent in the assortment, some of which couio mounted in sterling silver, others plain LANDS BLOCK Retail or Warner Town Property COONS AGENTS And also General Real Estate Dealers - - LIST YOUR PROPERTIES With us. With our States connections we can probably* reach more buyers than any other dealers. J. Armstrong JEWELER ENGRAVEB COME TO US TO BUY. OPTICIAN. Agent tor B^LL PIANOS ;