Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 14, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta
U T. E. PATTESON - - Real Estate Agent Oliver Block Phone 163 2 lots on Ashmead st. at $400 each. aiot^ Ford St. corner of West-'minster, each $316 00 4 lots Brunton St. at $250 00 2 lots Courtland st. block F, $275 9 lots Westminster, on block 8, $125 House and lot Westminster, $600 LotsatTaber, Douglas addit-M ion $100 up. Easy terms Diamond City lots going fast. , to buy. years to pay for them. pIO lots fti Reliance hlrkndy sold. Get in before All the Sest have goiiie. They, are going quick. 10 per cent, xash secures these lots. 't cottages on Burdett st., sewer, water, etc., $2300.00 or $4500 for both. Terms. .5 roomed brick house and quarter acre on Duffcrin, > I water, etc., $2800 2 lots bn Redpath suitable for warehouse $1500 down. The Tired Housewlle and Mother welcomes a bottle of our beer. Better tljiin tea and ,'more "'twisty," it refreshes, ' 8t.ren^tl)ens and nourishes, gives zest to life, aids in storing np what suckling , children need. Best of all, it's an inexpensive tonic beverage-$4.50 per case of 24 quart liot-ties, delivered to your homo. Lethbridge Brewing & Maltihg Company, Ltd. FOR THE BEST SERVICE IN LETHBRIDGE STOP AT THE HOTEL DALLAS WE ARE APVEB.TISEP BY OUR SATISFIED \ FRIENDS Stock Saddles Farm Harness, Concord Hiirness, Straps, etc., always on liand. We can guaranteo yoxi complete satisfaction. Sadiery Co. (Successors to Horuer rf* Hutchinson) %�% ^ ^Rib. rROONEY, ^ PROP. . GOOD ACCOMMODATION/OR THE TRAVELING PUBLIC, KXCELLENT CUISINE BATHS HOT AND COLD WATER RATES ,$I.SO A DAY LETHBRIDGE - ALBERTA | L H. FOWLER & CO. Oonrral BlnckBniithJDi; and tlorHoahovinK. Now liugKies to ortior, carribgo paint' JtiK, nil Mni\H ol woodwork in wag-(jw, �'ln(ln>ill8, funning ini|lM, croiiin Hcparatorn, grain picliniiani�l Ijy his escort at half-pa.'�L two. At throe o'clock liftlf groii|>s of lialf-(|^zcn sight-.s(�>rs still kickod tlit'ir f('(rt to Ivoup froiiv duvvlafnng info fiill-lludged frozeii wl.atiK'n, nml still His Honor caiiiu no^ .'Presently however, the' (Juniulian Mounlod Klflos who I'oiiiU'd Ihii cscoi^t t a tkwtm little r.licks made itht>m.soIvos distinctly hoard. The camera fioiKls wore ul Work. VVhifc I atn noit at liberty to ssiy just what damage they did at this time, I nmy confide that (roin sonio results I have since scon llis Honor lias distinct grounds foi' a suit-or an overcoat, for, Jtp I si.pposc is customary, allho' it was twenl.v helow, hu wore his Windsor uniform, sans parilossus ami his cocked hat, without any pr(jit>eci;on for his ears. A.s fee rode ofi, I muyt CuTifi'ss it, looking very swaggxjr an I fit he had his hands to the sides of his head. Thank fort'iine we have a Oovt'i-por who is not afraid to be human! Whilt! it was not niy intention to take in the formal opening attihe .school, liu.vin,'4 heard that tbi'in; would Ijo nolliiag of amy importance transpire; that is that there would lie no gow^ns, not any iiii'TKunit wonv.-n of hij.',h degiw to gi^t a pi.iep at, in the e.\cit.em,i'nt of the moiiK-nt 1 followed the crowd. Wiien we arrived the I>ieu.-Governor was reading his speech of welcome. Having no 'ticket I exiieotod to have to stano at 't'ho hack of bhtt hall during the ijroceeding.-^, liut pre.s entiy, just as J was resigm-xlly swt-ling myself for all the world liikc a hugi? stork to give oar txi the s|>�!eh and wishing for the nonce tWat I Wus a menilvei' and couVd .sit im one of the cushion;;d seats up ot th� front, the lone usher spot/t�l mie, on I ru.shed niw, and inciidwitally tiho yellow pup ui> to the little reserv-od siiacf! at the siJe prat'tling as to wherfectly satisfactory to his '�'lady friends." Speaking of the indiviion; you won-ii'^r wlint he is Hiinkiiig a'x^ut, what I is in his face that makes i't so iiiscriitalile, wiiat causes you to trust so iinplicily that he will always do :uHl the right thing m\ jus*t the right �ay. As he rejids 'he appears not as oiie w ho enthuses, or enjoys; but steadily, coldly, as oivo who weighs the iiiatler.,n hand, and appreciates his resjioiisiliilit ios. air. Ciisbing, the Minister of Pub-Jic Works, lounged l,acU. in his chair, ga/.."nj; into space. He h.js a viury a't-tractivo fac", capablen not a li'title Sfwl, with eyes that suggcsit � certain worUl-wearioess, and ml the same tiino a Wu.steriner's koen 4/Hor-e�t ill, ami cnjo^iiieivt of wluut i.s passing^rpimd him. J feel .sure his term of ollice will 1)0 an eveiHful one and his record such a oik; as will fill hi.s consLituelntion, , Whereas ho i.s the nw>st good-natured of nven, the Jlousu st'oiiis to have a �i|ightly dapivssing elToct on hinii, and as the H|K�ch proceeded ho looked worried, with a certain half-austnro amusemcivt, &� thotJgh he heard but was a trifle bor-cfl. Whrin the work of the st�sion �.�-gins he will bo otlo of tho hardest workers, but this play aotitag Is cloar ly not In his line. Sutklctily tho spooch has stopped. There is a confus(>d tnurniur of something and then the mumbors munrfilo, "wo arc agPuod," In o moment Someone makes a move to adjourn, and the preliminaries of gotting down to work for the second .session are over. It is all very fumiy and rodtapory, and one woltdors whait it' is all ati-out, but then 1 suppose we miust go through some forms and ccreniipni�.>s. Jn a little glass box at the side of the houst" where soinc one banishud the Lieut.-Ooiiirnor, while the Siwak er did his little stunt I saw a vast collection of militttry-arios, doling goodness knows wboit, and scrvrng, as far as I could learn, absolutely no purpose. Uut they soomod to Uko i't, and^ what harm did H cross the ponjd, or is it for 'tlie pure joy of occupying the centre of the stage whei-c the calcium tfhincs and figuring in an heroic socno encircled by the arms of a fine stalwart 'i1k>1>-by?*-(arms and tho man are, I understand, scared commodities across seas)-It Is to wonder. For me I only desiiv my iquiot little game of Itridge, a tough at an occasional oixfi^ng, and a smu>thcred .yawn when the atTair is over." Hoping you yourself will have coime Wesrt in time fur the next opening, I m-main jour loving sister, ANNE. HILL WILL BUILD Still Sticks to Canadian Transcon-tinentai Idea. COMMON COLDS ARE THE CAUSE OF BIANY SERIOUS DISEASES. T'hysiciana who huvo gained a national rcftutalion oa analysts of tho cause ol various diseases, claim that if catching cold coiiW Iw avoided a long list of dangerous ailmmtnwould never !x> heard of. Everyone knowa that pneumonia and consumption originate from, a cold, and chronic catarrh, bmnchitis, and all throat and b.ng trouble -are aggravated wml j rendered more serious by each fresh aittiick. lk> not risk your life ortake chances wh(�> you havo u co*d. Chamberlain's Cough Runiiidy will euro M IjOforo those diseases develop. This remedy contains no opium; morphino or other lm>-a)ful drug and baa thirty years of reputation ixick of H, gained by its cures under every condition. For sate by all drugg'lsts. IMPORTATION OF HORSES. New Rules l'romulgatt>d by Dop�rt -nient Are More Strict* Ottawa, Jan. 29.-New rc^lati'ons dealing with the im|Jorttttion of horses have IJoen pronviilgatod by the department of agriculture. Thoy arc |half of which is now practically coui-neccssitaUHl by tho abnormal con- pteted and tho other halt of which New York, Fob. �.-The Wall �t. Journal says: James .1. Hill says It is an open Ojucstion with him whether to double track tho Great Northerm or build a now railroail. Mr. inil's propensities for ))la7.ing bis way through a nev country witb a lo -comotive headlight is well known, and it would not t)c surpri.s'ing if this Is the course ho will follow now in relieving the congestion on tb.^ Groat Northern railway. This does not necessarily mean that a new transcontinental roailwill be built from Ht. I'aul to Pugct Sound, iiUt the idea is tanUiniount to the same thing. Tho proposition wjll deiMjnd very largely on the future growth of the business an the a|>t>lication of Mr. Hill's idea for relieving the congestion on the Oi-eat Northern will doubtless be a-now line to connect St. Paul with the main line of tho Great Northern in the western end ol North Dakota. Iho most congested portion of the Grout Northcin is between Grand Forks on the Rod River of the North, around the north of Itevils Lake to Minot. A new line from Fargo to Minot would not only completely relieve thc� congestion, but, a,I�o open up a new country. Hill ond the various roads vhich he dominates have under con-.ortance to the Hill system could hardly be overestimate*! It will 1)c direc-tly convpotitivc to the Canadian Pacific from Winni|X!g. to Vancouver and 'is rotaliution on a gigantic scale for tba temerity with which the Canadian Pacific bui.lt down to Spokane. If a new line as built from Fargo to Minot It v-ill very closely pamlilel the Soo, a Canadian IHicific line, almoBt its entire length. It will Ix: possi'lilc to throw freight from the Hill lines in Washington, Montana and even North Dakota across idto Canada and brought to the oa-st on the Canadian route, or it will Ijc 'pos.s'ibio to route Ircight from the rapidly developing Canaflian territory and through into tho Uni'ted States for tho American route. 'Phera are no state legislatures or any 'interstate commerce conunissions in Canada. The most important project of thtf Hill lines besides this is the Hnc from Sjiokanc to I'asco, 423 miilcs. dltion of affairs in the we.st, whorvj, ov ing to the c-normoiis inrush of settlers, from twenty-five thousand to thirty thousand horses are entering Canada oiinually �between 'the Rod R'iver and tho Rocky Mountains. It has bwjn found under the'regulations providing for the tosti'ng wit)h nuallcin of all-horses imported from tho l.'inittMl plates, other than iboae Comprising part of settlers' effects, thix't very* man.v of these horses are allectod with glanders and other sor-ious disoases. As an unavoidable result of this condition of affairs . tho importation of unbroken bronchos is entirely prohibited after March 1 next, it lieing impossible o( course to submH animals of this class to the mallein test as al>�}Ve provle completed the current fiscal year. The Northern Pacific and the Uurlingtcm havo under construction 8e\oral hundre. In addition, all three lliill roads have been running surveys in various parts of the west and each lino has various additions in contemplation. J. J. Hill today virtually has .3 transcontinental roads in the Great Northern, Northoi-n Pacific and Chicago Uurlington & Quincy. The Burlington is scorccly a transconitiiicn-tal lino, although oi course it is oino of tho largest systems in tho coun -try. Wiion the new Canadian tnins'-continental line is finlsheaHon iiu'.y have enjoyed. You will find ihcnt all pro-U�vvitt-every nutn thinks his is the iHj.vt country and there �s no doubt but what according to the late crops he has a perfect right to think So. In Full Wheat there were no ftabls less than 80 bushels to tho acre and some went as high us fifl and 57 bushels to tho acre. Oats averagwl lictwocn 08 and 7A bushels to tho aero. E. Adorns announces to his old friends and customers he has opened a General Wer Bnsiness On Baroness Road, east of the Coi.rt House EDMONTON LICICNSES. ICdmonton, Jan. l(i.-A depii'la'tioa of the tem|*erance and moral reform cotnmittev of tllo city churches wai'f-ed upon the nMMinlwrs of the provincial government yesterday for itbo purpose of urging u|*on them various amcndnu'nts desireire Club. Parties desirous of renting above will address. R.- J. BALDRY, Box Lethbridge. FOR FOUND; A rwl cow, with a white facie, left car half cut oil and right ear undercut. She bus a red ami wbi'te calf, limilarly markjed. No other marks visible. At present, owing to the prevailing cold is unable to got up. Owner can have same by i>roving j)ro|ierty aivd paying 91.00 pe'r day a'nd exiwn.ses. Apply at this olbco. Some Good Lines of MEN'S SHOES Just arriveil. You get the benefit of uty experience as a practicul uijin. Come and look at them. BRING YOUR REPAIRS. Rei�irB done while you wait. r. GERMAN To Whom It May Coneern. NOTICK is hereby given, that in pursuance of Act ubl'ish'v'd in the Olllcial Gazette of the said J'rovince of Alberta. ^ "No )K"rsou cn.n 'take or make u.se 'of the name or title of architect, '�'either singly or In connection with "any other word, name, title or "designation, giving it to Ikj umler-"utood that he i� an architect un-"der this Act, unless ho is register-"ed uiuli'r this Act, 41s a memilx!r of "the nssooiatior.. "Any person, \\ho, after the time "mentloiK'd, not heinK ivgisteivxl as "a member of the association takes �or makes use of any such name, "t'itle or .(k'Sijrnatio'n, as above meii-"'tionwl, shall lie liable upon sum-"nmry conviction, to a fine." A full list of ltcgi.4ter�d Arcbitectn riua.fifki.Nl to praiaici- iiiKli'r this Act,, will Ijo piHilishud in the leading news-|va|>ers of the Province of A'l'l>orta, 30 days from this date. H. PIllffJY H.VRNKS. SiHMVitary. All-ertn Association of Architects, Edmonton. January .'lOth, 1907. 2t CITY OF LETHBRIDGE. Api)lications �\111 be received by tho undersigneil up to 0 p.m. on Monday tho 18th February, for position of the City Engin^s-'r for the City of I^^thbrliigw. AppHcants to state sutlary ex|>eel(Kl, eiyi>erienoe and qualifications. By order, C. B. BOWMAN, Soc-Ti-eas, Lessons in Singjog oft aXPER't Piano Instrnction GOTO The Ulkbridfc CoaMrvAlory of Mnaie. J. GEO. HARPER, . Director SAVE MONEY NOW - - I can sell jon loti now. in Tabor for $100, that wiU bo selling.at $200 in a month's time. Good Farming Land for sale Iw. W. F. RUSSELL Real Estate Agent Tabor. Alta SMOKE ^ Lethbridge BeHe Havana Smoker Hanrahon & CqmUngbiM MANCFACTtTBEKS. ("^ HOICE , ANDIES AKES R EST . .READ i^UNS City Bakery F. C. Coohe, Prop. Synopsis Of CumHm NNdhWcst IfOMESTeAirRniUUTIONS. MT (ven mimbereM Mcthm a Domtnlcm , Laud* in HanUoba, aaakatcbrwaa aa4 Alberta, excepiing ( aail M, aot raterfcd. majr be aomeaieadcd by any peraoa who la the Holc bead of afamlly, aranrmalconrerllitara �if tlte, to the ratentot one-quarter aaclluB ol ICO acrea. more or Icaa. Botry must be made peraonallj at tbe local land oirce for Ibe diatrlcl In whieb the land la altuate. The tanmeatrader la required lo perform Ibe conilltloaa conceded tberawllh under OM of Ibe fuUowtan plana.: 1. Atleaal alx moniha' realdance upon aad eulilrauanof tbelandlneacb rear for ibrea year*. 2. If the fatherti.olber. H. It tUckettlerbaahlai>eT�anenlrcaid�Me upon farming land owned by bim In tbe vleln-liyofbtahoraeateBd, Ibe reonlreneata aa lo realdcnee may be aattailed by naldence upon the iiald land. Six monba' notice In writlnr aboutd be tiven to the OommlaatoDer of Dominion iMda al Ottawa of Intention to apply for patent. W. W. OUST. Deputy of the MInlaier of the lalerlor. AT KEAN'8- Gmnd Display of Fancy Boies of CaDdy by the best makers. English cnic� kcra, a swell Hue at 75u. and ti5c. per box. Our Santa Clans stock-iuga, from 5e. to $1.50, are cheap, save you a lot of bother, and please the children best. We also have a few Dolla. Apples by the box or barrel. Fresh Oranges, Bananas, Lemons, Grapes, Pears, Nuts, Gundy, etc. Hot tea, coffee and choiv ohitea specialty. J. W. Kean & Co Opposite P, O. 'Phone 98 TOWN LOTS I Residential Lots in B ooks "C" and "F," Apply to H. MACBETH tition is being circulated la tho east country asking the gwverti-inont to extend the rood runnltit; l<�tf�t from Nanton to the Little Bow. 1^ road now mins just alittlu twyowt tho Little Bow ^md tho jiotition aakn that it Iw oxtemlod ton milcB fur-" tihor. Tho local ijuprovomont coun-cil of distrift 8-T-4 Is aim trytinVl to iiGCura an improvDmcnt of tiu approathes to the bridge ovl'tbim road. A lodge of tho Ktii�hta of Phyj:. thios will be orguntaed at Nuiit4jB.