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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 12, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta Miulia Silk AH ot Clothes for Children ;DR. P. w. TULLER HY31CIAK AND SURGEON LETHBRIDOE If :00 ooon; M C A. COOKSLEY. filler old Bank of Montiwxl 8k. Lf tbbridgo. A. W. McVittie Dominion Land Surveyor Will devote his entire time duriuu summer to laying towns! Contract applicatiou. out at the Coaldale Hotel OR. C. C. CKAGli AMD SUKGEON Seeing Lethbridg'e 135 Etouw 04. to 11 a.m.. 4.M P.M., 7 to 8 p.m. 1.80 to DT. F. H. Mewburn St. oor. Burdett. 9 a.m.. p.m., 7-8 p. m. to 3.30 I. m. Telephone 41. W. S. CALBBAITH, M.D.CN. (NcGilD PHTSICIAK, SURGEON AOOOUCHER Redpath St. Phone 53 9 a.m., 2-3, 7-8 p.in Last week we promised our readers we would tell them uomething of the social part of the Associated Boards of Convention held in Leth- bridge. After the Convention ad- journed on Wednesday inorninp, we stepped out on the street in front of the office of the Lethbridge Daily Herald, the photographer, said, "Look we did, you know the rest and now we are resuming our natural looks. i'rouiptly at 2 p.m. rigs were drawn ap in front of the Lethbridge Hotel and the delegates were invited to take a drive. Mayor Henderson and Wil- liam Oliver piloted the way. We were pleased 10 see our own presi- dent, Mr. Martin Woolf amply filling Sytopsis if the Grazing t for the Provinces of Saskatchewan and Alberta. of Dominion Lamls itaJtle for agricultural purposes secured in that portion of Province of Alberta, lying South of the Nurtttorn boundary of Town- 28 ftttd ID the Southwestern por- tha Province of flhall be for a. period not 31 years, and no leasesiha.ll a greater area-than lOtfOCHi acres. Lauds, leased are not subject to honK-stead entry or wile, but the j 31 in inter of tike Interior -may cancel m. or any portion thereof bygiviUi the-lessee two years' not- ice- The rental chargeable is two' j-er acre per annum. A lease "jtnnvt granted an applicant un- less he ,one. head of cat-tie heari of sfeeepjor" every GO acres for. and the lessee shall m- his stock so as to be in pes- Msjsion at the end of three years of OIK head of cattle or five bead of ifeeup Tor every iu acres ieased. aiwi stiall mnintaia stock in this propor- tion the continuance of the tease. _ j is on only A of the tracts above refer- red to, .V map showing the sheep raying districts may be secured on to the Secretary r ifte BtpariHu-Ht of the Interior. Ottawa, W. W. CORY. the Minister of Interior. 1J publication of will not be pakJ Dts. DcYebcr Campbell Physicians and Surgeons weaving department and down to where the finest and best are being wrapped and labelled for the trade. It was here that our Nanton friends got chilly and bought a sup- pose that was one apiece for Nanton sent us only a pair. Some adverse criticism hiu been dished out to ;uethbridg6 because the City guar- anteed the bonds of the Woollen Company to .the extent of It looks as if the city had A safe proposition when the investment is nearly double that amount. If a cas- ual glance at the way things are moving is any sign of the wisdom or unwisdom of the move, we are cer- tainly in favor of casting our vote decidedly for the former. The Leth- bridge Woollen is undoubtedly up all his space in that front great advantage to the City of Leth- of the first carriage with the Mayor bridge and the whole of Southern Al- and Mr. ..'.Oliver. The first place of interest to visit berta. From the'''Woollen Mills we drove block. 'Phone 143. BISHOP'S MOTHER DEAD of Mrt. Methor af Raymond Raymond, Feb. -We regret to announce the tleuth oi' Mrs. Catherine Anderson, at age of eighty-one yeurs. The mother of Biaho? Ander- son, the eldest of a family of thir- teen, and many years a faithful mem of ilw Church of Latter Day Saints, ahe a Mormon, of. high character and greatly respected throughout UK district. By birth a native of Scotland, she emigrated to Utah in April, 188-1. coming to Raymond in 1903 to live with Mother son Mr. I. Anderson and enjoyed excellent health until re- cently. three surviving members of her family have the sincere sym- pathy of this Tiie funeral takes place today. Mrs. John I'owelson arrived in town frori.t Utah. Dr. J. 31, .Rivers loft for Stirling yesterday morning. Mr. Wm. Paris is in Ijcthbridge. The electricians have been kept. bu- sy and have now lights, fixed, 69 over the -'.specified number. Air. Jensen of the Bell Telephone Absolute purity and cieaiilioets in the COWAN'S PERFECTION COCOA Healthful and nutritious. COWAN CO.. TORONTO Urs. McClurc Stewart SUJMMEON DENTISTS D. Higinbothanrs new block. H.m. to 12 n. 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. DR. O. J. COURTICE DENTIST Successor to Dr. Jackson Office in Hotel Coaldale, Koom 12 Office Hours 9-12, 1-5. C. SIMMONS Advocate, Barrister, Etc. SOUTHAKD BLOCK Allred. and T. Harris. was the City Power House, located j over to Staffordville and thence to on the river bottom about two miles j the famous Gait Coal Mines. These from ths centre of the city. f dines are a little over 20 years old, up-to-date centrifugal pumps are j the first drift having been opened on busily engaged in districting this; me river bottom in 13S5. There ex- temperance "liquid1 refreshment' fets nearly 60 miles of underground Co is engaged in connecting: the re- through the' r -uaiiii. the reserve railway and over 10 miles of endless j sciences of !Mr. U. S. Young-, J, W. wire rope. All the milling is done by air compression, the latest and best machinery being installed. When we consider the fact that the equip- hr the Electric Light Company at j ment is capable of turning out about tons daily, we begin to realize that it is no small affair. They have a patent car loader that operates up- of which is carefully duplicated in on large semi-circular rocker. It is ciise of accident. The one distinctive one of the latest inventions in the supply brniig forcs'l plant tht- roiicc Uarracks. into, a standing large near The power for of the pumps is farnish- cost of 5400.00 per mouth to the city. The Power House is fully equipped with machinery, every piece feature of this Power House was the neat, cleanly and tidy appearance which .it presented. Everything seemed to be perfect order; a mining world and is said to be equal to loading a large box car in about 15 minutes. The next place of interest was the for everything- and everything j Ellison Flour Mill and Elevator. This in its place and as free from dirt or j is one of the biggest flour mills west rubbish as the parlor of a well-order- ed household. From the Power House we drove of Winnipeg and while the capacity today is 300 barrels, it can be in- creased to 500 by adding 6 more down the river to the site nf the'j standard rolls, space for which is al- greal high level bridge now in course j ready reserved. Ifoney to Lend on Town and Fjarrri Property: of Standing on the river bottom and gazing from bank to bank, a distance of over one mile, with an aggregate height of three C. F. HARRIS Barrister, Advocate, Notary Public Block, np-stairs. HAMILTON VoJJNG Engineers and Survej'ors The hour late we took a hurried look at the City Gas Well and hastened on to the Un- like many cities, the Lethbridge May-_ NOTICE In District Court of District Of In the matter of the Estate of Kite Cwnpbell Boy Foster) late of the City of Lethbridge in the Pro- vince of Alberta. NOTICE TO CREDITOK8 Pursant to order His hundred and fifty feet, one is forced j or left the Brewery to the rraTy> the Provi to literally throw up his hands and is the Brewery and the Iron Works. J ministrators of th exclaim. "Thi? is too utterly big for me to tackle from this lowly station." Winter, notice is hereby giren that all persons having any claim or de- against the late Nita Campbell (alias Roy Foster) who died on or about the 5th day of October, A. D., 1907 at Leth bridge in the Province of Alberta, are required oil or before the 14th day of April, 1903, to send by post, prepaid to The Trusts and Guarantee Company, Limited, at Cal- rince of Albertaa, ad- the estate of the -said EAST IS HARD HIT A. Southard Finds Bttttr Off Than Any Place He Visited A. Southard has just returned from a five weeks trip through the central and eastern states and eastern Can- ada. Last evening, the Herald inter- viewed him regarding business con- ditions in the parts lie visited. "Business is none too good in the said Mr. Southard, "and the depression there is much more keen- ly felt than- in the West. It is felt at Winnipeg and Regina much more than in Lethbridge, which is in the best position financially, of any town in the parts I visited. There are thousands of unemployed in Toronto. In Xew York which is the hardest hit of any, there are thirty-five thou- sand people out of employment ow- ing to- factories closing down in only one section of the city. There ie hard- ly a business block "in the but has a business in liquidation. There Please note and observe the combin- ation. We suppose this arrangement better impress, if possible the 1 was thus ordered as a fitting magaitude of this jrreat undertaking, let us suppose that we have a. bridge commencing on the crown of the hill back of Aunt Zina's .brick house and Hudnbotham Block, Letbbridge Wilson l.ttn bridge. Lodge ]So. 2. i of Pythias H-ll every o'clncJc. Tiuiting breth- a. 11 welcome. LJCEKSED ACCTTOXEER. Lethbridge, Alta. Besidenoe Cor, Ford and Glyn Sta. dent Wood, you then get a fair of As to its height: Let us-, supose..we.. had about 13 Court Houses piled on top of each other. You then get a faint idea of the height. The ;bridge is estimated to cost over onemillion dollars and.will be one of the largest bridges in the Many of the great cement; b'jysseemeii. more interest-ad'in the said I4tn" day of April, 1903, the said at The Herald Office. IT, 3-.. A. B. Pipes Rec. >ec CRANCH HKBEKAH LODGE, NO. 2 n tlie.Kniarht- of Pythias Hal! nl J, Stafford. Annie Davies Bec-oec. Star of Lethbridge, Bio. 8095 A, O. F. Meets Iht-iTid Jril Mon- days in tnout> v 8 p. m.. In OddMlowi! Han, Visiting" breth- ren cordially -w.- Iconic. THOS. HEATON, C, R. A. M. RITCHIE. SEC. H. FOWLER fie CO. AppHcattoM for may made I piera-' are'm and the graders are at 'work west Leaving the bridge site with more wonder and awe than facts, figures or ability to describe we- passed from the river bottom back to the city and across the railway lines to the Lethbridge Woollen Factory. ..This -factory represents, an investment of" some It is located in a Tnodions brick butiding, Through E. W. (Bear of Gr. H. Johnston's Store) Far Overcoats reliued from f 10.00 Suits cleaned and pressed 1.25 Pants l- 25 Tour own goods made Into suits from........-----; .14.00 Estimates given for all alterations, repairs, etc. MOORE Direct r and Embalmer to Church. FfcoSM 102. to order, oo.rriB.g9 at) ttodw of woodwork in wag- iur, viwiuHlla, fanning grain pick Jen, Al-BIUTA NORTH-WEST ASSOCIATION OF STATIONARY ENGINEERS Meet in the Labor Hall every sec- ond and fourtk Mondays in the month. Employers requiring certificated en- pneen, aal engineers out of employ- meat, would do well to communicate with ua. ROBERT NEVIK, Chief. BRTJCE, Secretary 13-lyr the courtesy of the manager we were shown through the entire building and all the" details of the work care- fully explained. First we.'started in at the carding room and watched the operations of the almost human mechanical apparatuses, that has supplanted mothers two flat boards the wire comb surface. Then we followed the wool: to Hfce spinning- room where they have some 800 spools operating simultaneously. It was here Mr. Woolf received a bou- quet of wool -with these significant worda, "All wool and a yard One look at Mr. Woolf was sufficient j of the oft repeated toper's is a great difference between Jan- uary of this-year and that of last when everything -was bustling in New York. When asked how the eastern whole- salers viewed JJheir wgfetern trade, Mr.- Southard said "that they were juat a little scary and uncertain. Some wholesalers had been very hard- hit by the partial failure of the Western crop, as they had backed many young business men with no ex- perience orv capital other than nerve: As to the financial prospects, every- one is very hopeful. Iii Montreal it is generally believed that the finan- cial stringency will greatly improve.! Nita Campbell (alias Eoy or i Already finances are easing up. The to deliver to the undersigned advo- j banks are accumulating surpluses Cites for the ssrcl Company thpir i that will be available for loans in a names and and full parti- j time. moat have a large eupply of oats U carry 011 the work there and are al looking to outside quarters fei their supply. It ia hew that one railroad company has pledg ed to push construction work thii season has already contracted 500 000 bushels of oata from Baltic As regards a corner in oats all th( traders on the exchange rid icule the idea, and though they saj are bound to go much higher i'l ia simply the scarcity of the cerea' which is causing the rise in price. FUTURE OF SHEEP MARKET (Chicago Lave Stock- Journal.) The high week in eheep and lanlb: thus far this year was throe week: ago, when prices were 25 and 4( cents higher than the preceding wecl During the second week of this montt brat lambs sold up to 97.40, or th iture of tht> if any hold than ever convinced c-.-fry.hmp Soutlinrcl is more Taking into account -vcathcr. cmps Tht-'.trario With receipts at western market? __ this month, aroiind 200.000 short oi reason the high level brdge is bsiitjbr and sucTi shall be no better place than Southern Al the samc pcriod year fecdcrs readily see' what a hardship excessive direct from feed lots to eastern markets have worked on tnti of steel and the Brewery and Iron verified by Statutory Declaration oi i berta. Works rnn side by side-. The Brew- the claimant or his agent. -ry is a very interesting place. Thej AND TAKE NOTICE that after the OATS SCARCE AND HIGH product than at the "Woollen Mill, al- though said to .be very con- ducive to telling1 the which I ths' assets of the said The-'Trusts-and Guarantee Company, j There- fs at Present A Great Scar-city Limited, will proceed to 1 Better conditions. distribute j deceased j re innocently plead, "Not.- Guilty." i the persons entitled thereto, i having regard only to the claims of i ovrner has; a name -that might make Fritz Sick, but it didn't have that enect on any of the boys, al- though some were not averse to tak- ing a.little in-case of sickness, as a sort of all. Leth- any part tbereof to cny however, arc looked for in the east on, and with conservative marketing in the future .jthere is no reason Winnipeg, Feb. is a groat i prices will not p-eV-k a r'crher Cereal Throughout The Wast scarcity throughout tie country at the rather tixan go lower. which thev shall then hare ;im, _ A present time oi the quality of tar., and that said The Trusts and Guaiantee Company, Lumied, will not be liable for the aaad or ing of bridge is very proud of its tfrew ery and from tha way they embrace each other, the Brewery must be. very proud of Lethbridge. Coming back again to the Lett- bridge Hotel, the most pleaaant, interesting and instructive drives it- has ever been our happy lot to enjoy. It served to the genuine big hearts and generous, kind spirits of the leading men of Lethbridge- The Smoker given in honor of the delegates was another testimo'ny of their desire to please and entertain and also of their hujre success in every particular, and reflects credit and compliment on the Lethbridge board of trade. We but voice the sentiments of all the visit-; ing delegates when -we say, "Here's to the health, long life, prosperity and continued success of the boat en- i whose claim it not then have f notice. Dated at Leihbridge thii 13th day of JarmRTj-, 12-4 THE TBTJSTS AND GTJAR- COMPA2TT, Limited. A. G. ROSS, W. C. SIMMONS, Manager. Advocate for The Guarantee Limited. Lethbridfe. the are I laboring under that delusion that j there is a corner on JJo. 2 white oat-s, but this is far from the fact. The cause oi the advance is the Synopsis, Coal Mining Regulations Coal mining rights of the Domfn- ion than bushels of these in store at the teTrninfl] elevators ol Fort William and Port Arthur while the amount still in the country will be needed ior eeed owing to the large amount which has been rejected and is unfit 'for seed. It is the general opinion that Xo. 3 white will be un- suited for seeding purposes next spring: A well known grain man who has large elevator interests in Saskatch- ewan said that there was undoubted- !y a remarkable shortage of to convince anyone of the truth entertainers in Southern 1 North- the motto. We went down into the Leth bridge Board of Trade." Saskatchewan, The the wheat crop in erntones and Bntish arsde af MOUNTAIN MILL NEWS The round of pleasure is still mov- ing at good-spcttl around these On Friday evening last a dance place at Mr. and itrs. F. W. Doubts'. There wero 32 couples present awct they all seemed to enjoy till morning. The people seem to be afraid to go home at night this win- ter. They all stay until daylight. Born, ba the 24th of January, Itr, and itrs. E. P. Holms, a sssts, and to Tltr. and Mrs. F. -Link, a son. We are to bear that old IfelUiretJ coal mine is going tci opened up soon. Tnia will uuit every body as it is A 1 coal. W.J. Mitchell has commenced build on the old Shttrtz farm. t> The Xova. Scotia "Lumber says: "1 considar ''MESrAHD'S. yon require your gardens -t, your yards cleaned tip fintr, or any other teaming SEE US. or phone 201, or card in the ofBce, your will receiveour prompt atten- A I j mnat be paid for rj. Residence arid the T AYLOli, ALARMED ABOUT JAPS Feb. Employed as bell 'Jwju.in Hotel Donnelly two young laps knitted that .they had riflea used in the war with trough which they served announcem decided sensation locally it 33 stated. -by many who are well on the Pacific Goiist that of ji body of many thousand quipped with guns and un- iform to the Pacific coast by the government. It is stnted flrged Jap soldiers with tho of those sent to the United ami Hawaii were all compel- to the government, their led to a and army equipment. WINTER SESSION Shorthand, and of the Gnrbntt Calvary, Onr exptAiHK mp-riorify for it to P. O. Principal. Ring up 108 Whnn you want DRAYING Done promptly and satisfactorily. CITY CAN PROSECUTE Winnipeg. Feb. Gen- FAVOR AMALGAMATION Crow Bank Shareholders Vote Favor- ably Toronto. Feb. Crown Bank THE VALUE OF CHARACTER (Toronto- Telegram.) The Thaw tragedy is a. small a5air measured wcrth of the Thaw tragedy of Canada, had its annual inciting fftctor3 therein. today, five per of the! shares were represented and voted for amalgamation with the truth that the trans Bank. The Crown conuaencod June' is hard, Iwt that genius. 1st, 1904. The net profits for the j txjauty and wealth which the world Columbia, may be leased for a term jof twenty-one years at an annual rental of an acre. Not more than acres will be lemsed tc one applicant. Application for a lease must be made to the Agent or Snb-Agent of the district in which the rights applied for are situated. In surveyed territory the land wan last fall fell a good deal hevier f the BEST liniment in use. on oats, .and -be --added 'in comraeiit; I got my foot badly jainmed Saskatchewan vrill have to import j ly. T bathod It well u-ith prftctically every bushel of oats seed- UNTSTKNT and It as well ed spring." 'ever next day. _peust year were 94-S.463. dividends compared four per- cent. Balance carried for- ward i Capital subscribed world and paid up is aho a demonstration-of the must described by sections, or legal sub-divisions of sections, and in unsurveyed territory the tract applied for ahall be staked out. Each application mast be ac- by a fee of which values too much arc dust and aehjes to character, too little. which the _ _ Stanford White had gecaus and be- came a human hyena for kick of era! Colin Campbell has granted the city permission to prosecute all the 232 violations of the Sunday Observ- ance act, reported by the police. that T might talk wxth all eick ones about' the actual cause ofi Evlyn Thaw had a prctti- Stomach, Heart, and Kidney ail- npss that 13 falsely called beauty and raents. To explain in person how become what she is for lack of char- weak Stomach nerves leads to Sto- weakness. I am sure it would Harry; K. Thaw had millions and 'ntcrest all. Awl it is tlw same become an imbecile and weak Hearts or weak Kidneys. This lack of character. ;s why my Dr. Shoop's' genius of Stanford White, the so reaches' ail- preUiness of Evelyn the mil- trwnts of the Stomach, Tlocirt, and, lioas of Harrj: K. Tbjtiw were divorc- evrdrreys. I-c is wrong- to drug- the from character, isoiated from vir- Stomach, or stimulate the Heart or; tue. Kidneys. These weak inside nerves! Public interest in the Thaw traRe- simply need more strength. My Re-j not demoralize youth or cor- Ktv Ktorativc is -th-a innocence if this story of .wreck AN UNFORTUNATE MAN Saskatoon, Feb. attend- ing the .'funeral of his wife at Nutana the house of P. .Ryan was burned to the ground. It was loft n charge of a neighbor. It is thought ,he fire originated in an overheated stove. made expressly for these nerves. Xext! and ri'in teaches the yoxmg-, tho in- to yon personally, will to nocent or the adult the eternal les- mail you'free, my new booklet ca-! son that the genius of a Stanford titled, "What To Do." I will also beauty of an Evelyn Ncs- scnd samples of my .Rwtorativc as "bit, tho millions of a Harry K. Thaw well. Write for the book today., It are only the source of usefulness, the will, surely interest you. Address secret of happiness, in so far as Dr.'Shoop, Uox 8, Racine, Wis. Sold rtese endowments are associated by all dealers. with character. will be refunded if the rights ap- plied for available but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output of the mine at the rate of five per ton. Every lessee of coul mining rights which are not being operated shall furnish the district Agtmt of Dominion Lands with a sworn statement to that effect at least once in each year. The lease'will include the coal mining rights only, but the lessee may be permitted, to whatever available surface rights i may be considered necessary" for the working of the mine at the rate of 310 an acre. For full iuformation application should be mnde to f.he Secretary of the Department of the, Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or Sub-