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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 14, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta Ti rcrem T. E. PATTESON Real Estate Agent Oliver Block Phone 163 2 lots on Ashmead st. at $400 each. Slots Ford St. corner of West--: minster, each $315 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 Lots at Taber, Douglas addition $100 up. Easy terms Diamond City lots going fast. Now is the time to buy. ...... Three years to pay for them. 110 lots at Reliance already sold. Get in before all - the best have gone. They, are going quick. 10 per cent, cash secures these lots. � 2 cottages on Burdett st., sewer, water, etc., $2300.00 or $4500 for both. Terms. 5 roomed brick house and quarter acre on Dufferin, water, etc., $2800 2 lots on Red path suitable for warehouse $1500 down. r � A Peek at the { { Legislature J (Prom Krttnonloit Hiilurdiiy New*) My Unit Polly: I ho open! k In over. It wasn't a Ml like what \vi- expected it would l>C, lllll. t.lll'll hcIV ill till' \V�!Hl. tlll'StTgN never nro. Thnl'N hnlf Mm rhniii o( the place. For instance the dally papers iimiounnil ih.vl. I.lin Ijletil.-Woiild leave (lovci-ntnviil House accompanied liy his iworl (it half-piiHl two. At three o'clock little groups of liiill-tjjU7r>n sight-mt.ru Htill klckod lltclr fret lo l�(vp from (U>vcloi�liiR In-(ii full-Hedged frozen kIiiIik'n, nml slill lll.s Honor come 'PrcHeivt- l,v however, I In' Canadian Mounted KiMes who foiiiKvl Ilv escort da�lH�d Inlif view and n momt-nt nMcrwaiils I he Lieut .-(lovi'l'nor stepped llrtW wringe. On the instant a do oho ot tlx) hunkiwt workers, lint this piny aolihg Is clour ly not In Ills lino, NiaMetily the Hpeeth has ntoppod, 'I'horo is a confused murmur of something ami then the members moinblo, "wo arc ogruwl," In a ii*�n*>til someone makes a move to adjourn, and tho preliminaries of getting down to work for the Hcconxl session are over. It is all very funny ami rwHuiwry, and one wonders whtvt It Is all about, ImiI then 1 suppose we iikiisl go through some forms and ccremonM-H. In a little glass box at the side of the hoiiHe whetv Homo one Imnlshud the Lieut.-Oovemor, while the S|K�ak er did his lilllc stunt I saw a vuM collection of inllltary-Brles, f the stage a hero the calcium whines and figuring In an heroic scene encirchsl by the arms of a fine stalwart M>ob-I >'.''-(arms und thc man tire, I un-(lerstnnil, sen tie commodities across s��isj-It Is lo won.lec. l''or me I only desiiv my �|Ulet little game of llrldgo, u laugh at an oicnsioniil ij|m n ng. ami a Hinothennd yawn when the affair is owr." Hop HILL WILL BUILD Still Sticks to Canadian Transcontinental Idea. 'an''.* transpire: that Is that thelv j; would be no govyis not any 111, iwml J j(,K v. lo get a |H�-p j (|| l*,iM. J,,. ,hL. no\l ii|n>nilig, 1 iv at. .n I hi- e\ciii>m.-iit of tlh'nvniK-nt , I folioui'd the croud, i When nriixed the l.ieu.- to stano at |lu> Imck of [\w hall during ill.- procc-dings, but pres ehll.v. just as I was resigiH^lly set-ling myself for nil the world |iki> o huge stork to giv,> . i an I rusln-d iik>, hi, I iticHleiitally tihe |.\ellow |,up up to i lie little ivs.-rviil space at tin- side. Here I had a fine vlev of what nut |r.4illy going i.n dut in front the uiuiii jour loving sister, ANNK. COMMON COI..HH AUKTIIKOAIISK OK MANY SldltlOIJS IJISKAHKS. I'liysicians who haw galntil a nat-I11D.1I reputatlou an analysts of tho cause of various ilisruwtea, claim Umt if ciitchiug cold coiiM lx� nvolikil n New York, Keb. W.-The Wall HI.. Journal says: Iiuim'S .1. Hill says It is an open 4f,uestion with hiin whether to double track the (Irent Northern or build a new railroad. Mr. Hill's propensities for blazing his way through a new country with a locomotive heiwlllght is well known, and it would not lie surprising i( this Is the course he will follow now in relieving the congiwlion on th.> (Jivat Northern railway. This does not necessarily mean that a new transcontinental roadwlll Ijo built from Hi. Paul lo Puget Hoiiml, but the Idea is tanicniount. to the same thing. The proposition will depend very largely on the future growth of the business in the application of Mr. Hill's idea for relieving U10 congestion on tho (Ircul Northern will donlrt.U'ss he a now lino to connect St. Paul with) the main line of tho Ureal Northern In the western end ol North Dakota. Tho most congested portion of the Oroul Norlhero Is hot ween tlrand Korks on tlw Hod lliver �,f the North, around the north of IVvlls Luke to Mi not. A new lino from Kargo to MitH>t would not only completely ivlk'veth00 miles long, and should be flnlslied within the next two yc.irs. This new transcontitvii tal road will lx> owned by the (treat. "Nortlk'rn. Its lni|>orlanee to llu- Hill system could hardly be overestimated E. Adams announces to his old friends and customers he has opened a General Lumber Business On Baroness Road, east of the Cot.rt House long list of dangerous nllinuntHwiMihl H will l�e directly compel itive to never l*i heanl of. Kvoryono kmiwn c�ninllnn Pacific from Winni|>eg that pneumonia ami consumption originate from a cold, ami chronic ca not risk your llf�� ortako disks w.iv all nib-l. iiikI Hie vorious i ,.|,u,.,m ,|,�i you haw a co,W. Chain- The Tired Housewife and ]NIoilier woIcoiih'h n Imitlo of our Imht. Ikfttcr tlian ten ami inoru "UiHty," it ro-, freshes, HtniiiKUioiiB nnd ii(�uriHlie�,;n,,,,,'u,,s ""�* iimoi�i�-� �' *''M'�r what BlU'klillH ehililr�MI IIihnI. I lost |1 ""��' ,,n'' alt.-nli..n. Aroiiml me of all, it'8 (Ml itiexiM'llsiv��tolli(> per cimu of 2^1 i|ii/irt iKtl-'" wh" ",,s uh" "'�"�� Mll""H '�� i ly y.-ars of nimlNtliMi Inick of It, tli'h, (k'liviTL'll to your llOtlie. |,,4,", "f "s ",",i,,"H �*�" ! gal mil by its cures under every con I who didn't Ln.iw on,- from 4lie otlwr ,|it..... j.'hr ^h* by all drdgglstts. to Vancouver and is retaliui or otlwr lini-mfiil drug and has thir- Lethbridge Brewing & Malting Company, Ltd. FOR THE PEST SERVICE IN LETHBRIDGE STOP AT THE HOTEL DALLAS ciirni's-lly point,d to Mr. Holm ns the Hon C \V Cross, "the boyish Attorney tbn.-ral." which evkkully was iierfecHy satisfactory to his "lady friends " S|H-aklng of th,' inllvidual tiu-m-lii-rs. tiny r.-ally are an unusually Inter, st ing nggreput l,,n. Mr. Idilli. rfiuil, llu- I'remier, who snt at 111,- end disk, 1-4 a twinMing-i-ii'il. iniiisii,ill\ g,.,n| niliicsl liHiktog liKill. wh,, wears ghisw-s, iin-l who IMPOHTATION t>K IIOItHICS. New Ituleh Promulgated hy IV|wt -iiient Are Motv Strlctt roR Lessons in Singing OR EXPERT Piano Instruction 0O TO The UthktMgc CoftMnrfttory ol Made. 3. CEO. HABPER, . Dlrcclor Give Him a Call. SAVE MONEY NOW - - Get the Photo Habit ITS A CIOOD ON10-- BUT GET IT NOW, BEFORE. THE USUAL RUSH W. W. HANDFOR LAIIOH UNION HALL. 1 can sell yon lots now in Tabor (or $100, that will bo selling-nt $200 in a month'* time. Goal Farming Land for mIo W. F. RUSSELL Real E�tnto Agent Tabor, Alia SMOKE Lethbridge Belle Havana Smoker Huren for llw the tine of Clubs Ixidgws, etc., in the new Ijalior Union Hall, formerly known an the Kmpire Club. ParlieH tint Soo, 11 Canii4liiin Piu-IIU- line, j desirous of renting above will ad iilinom Its entire length. It will Iv IiIivhs, U. j. UAl.DltY, llox lioKsl'ide to throw freight from the Hill lines In Washington, Montaua und even North Dakota across idto Cnniulu and brought to the east 011 the Canadian route, or it will )>e VosslbU- to route livight from the rapidly duvelo|iitig CniKidian territory and through Into Ov> Inil.^l SlaU-s for tho AiiK>rienii nnite. 'IMu-ro nru no Htalo legislatuiiti or any interstate coiuineri-o i-ouiuiissioiiH in Canada. Tlk line from Spokane lo Pasco, .-New regum/llons d.xillng with the iiii|Kiriati�ni of hor �t. have Un>ii |iroiiiulgati>d liy Uie d.-|iainni.-nl of agriculture. They are �hulf of which Ih now prtictlinllv c.,111 11,-ceNKitiiled by the aluiorimil J|>KM4*4i and tho other half of which 1 ditIon of affairs in tlh- west. wh�>re. vvill Ik- o|k>ii for o|�>mt4,11 early sin-iiknI t, ,.nj,y ji-arini; about Oh- j m. ;ng to the iiiornious inru�h of w-t- w,xt y�ir. Aside from the foregoing "ilicivased aetiMly in ralliuiy t'�m - 1 t|,.r,, friHil tweirty-flve Ihousalld to j the Clival North.rn railway has mist 1 net ion," iimiI the growth f tiii.U. I thirty thoiinand hoi-ses are eirterlng and coiiiiii,-iv.-.'- ,piit,. as much tin If j Canada "initially lietween O10 llit bi'.ng it iw'.t a.'>iiut Hon (' \\ Cross. ili.> .Vtt-i"11�' �liin lips. VI. straight black suit ,if tills eoirdition of affairH . tno  hair, piuli-,1 in lb - iniddlo. and at \ importation of iinlnokeu lironi-hori is Stock Saddles proliiliu-il after Miireli 1 NVt> ftin xd'O'ioitfo yon coiiijilutc tiulisfavtiou. world like a bo> ish mid.-rgrad- w'Iumi | next, it ls-ing iiiipi)s�ilile of courso J ymi look again >u woiuk-r what to siilnuH iiniiiMils o( this cUihh to , 1T g� iii ... .i ii 'K�V'' >'"i that impr.-ss-ioii; you won- m.illein K'st as ulniw provldod. I'urtn HiiniPRR. ( ot.cor.1 1 lnriicRs, hlm|M, t'lc, iilwaya on liuml. j:,>r ttlMl iH H|j(iKiiiK al!ol|, ,(mt ,,,,,, ,lf Iinl,,,kl.n )M,h(W, is iii his fai-,. thai makes H brought in from Montalii, t>rog�m so ii.Kiiiiinl.l.., wh,i iaiises you to and ollh-r wesli-ra stale*) Imwi l��'li trust so � 1111 11 11> thai lie will ai- 1fi�r uun�-roij4 oiitln^iiks wii.xs do ust th,- riflu tlnnjj in just [of diMNi^-s. wliieli have litvii (k-alt Hie right mi; As he reads he ap-lwith by the *d. mty be aomeateaded by any acmoa mho la Ih* to'.c head of a family, or any mala over llyeara if lie, 10 the rilont of one quarter aecilua ot 100 acrca. more or lea*. Rmry mimt be made pemonally ai tke local lanit on cc tor ihc dlatrlel In which the Und I* filiate. The hnmralrader I* required to perform the eonillt'oB* conceded therewith under on* of  he MlowInK plana.! I. At leaat alt inonihe' rcaldence upon aad culilratUn of the land In each year for ibree rear*. i. If the father (or it other. If the father la icei-aned) of the home leader r, aldea upua a No otlK-r mcirks | farm In the Tlelnllyof the land eateicd fur Ih* rcnseH. A|iply at this ollhv der construction at the pivs. nl time iiIkiiiI .I.iXHI miles of new line, inosl of whlih will Ik, rolii|ilet4ear. The Northin Puc -iflc and the llurlingtoii have muler collHIruclioii several hundred n'.iles of now Ins-. In addition, all Oui-e ltill ion4ls have Ihaia!iita>'ti>i'tiiiAAAAAAAA1 >?#?�eja7ajeje#�7e�e�e�ejeje�eje�e�e�Bj f f vwevVf V* Vf.fVfVffVfffff L H. FOWLER & CO. (JuneraI Hhicksinithing and llorwiHhoeing. New buggk'H to ordor, carriage painting, all kiiiils of woodwork in wag-tjjt, windmills, fanning ini|ls, crV. 0. rjomjien. forni-i>r chancellor of th*" exclK�(ju,>r, is (k-u-l. , Uppreciales his |-espniisibj|il ii-s Mr Ciislnn-^. ih,. Miiiisb-r of Pub -lie Works. I.iiiii-,..! i ark in his rim,,,. g�r/ ll; into space, lie his a \��r> n-l-liiti'li\e fac-. laiiibli'i not a lit'th-s.mI. Willi e.\,-s ihat siiggewt a ivr -tiaiu world-wi-.irioess, and al the same lime a W-st.-titer's ki*-u interest in, ami eiijoun.'iil of wlui-t is passing*ai-oiin:| hiin I feel sure his t. i'll! of ollii,- will be ail evcittl'lll oik-ami his record such a oik- as will till his const it lu-iits Willi pi'ule. Mr. l-'inlny. the MIixhIit of .Agriculture is repre�-irtu'llvi> of the uteudy. pr��f.ressiv�- ingricultural interests of tin- Province. 'I he Speaker, Mr l-'isher, who so looks th.* purl of the yoi Ihi'uJ stage sUileKiiutn, that he so-ins always to bo giving mi nuitatioii (if hiinsi-lf. Unt his brows on the nu-s�ii^-mightily, his chin ivs-l'ii.; on liis right hand, a regular portrait xtixly. Air. Ilr,-din-. the. iiii'inU'r for A'lh-aUisi'n, is a huge man, a si'V-nnt good ualiired of men, th> lUiusu Minns Io have a wl^htly (I'presning eiToct on )ii11it, and as the K|Ks-ch the nl Hie pivseat lliiHt and late crops he hiui a perfect right to think so- In Kail Wheat there were n.i fields less than HO bushel" to the acre and some w,�nt as high as nit and ,r�7 hushels the acre > litMt sv-s�-i-;;islal IV,- .\ssi�uibly of the Province ,,f Alls-rln, passtil on the eighth day of May lust, notion of which was publish il in the Ollhinl  a/ii|l>e|- of tin- ass.niii't lull liik,-s "or makes use of any such nam. \T KUAN'S- Ciruml Diiphiy of Fancy Boxes of Candy hy the best makers. English crackers, a swell line tit 75e. und H5u. iht Ixix. Our Santa Claus stock-inns, from 5e. to $1.50, uru cheap, suvu you u lot of Iwthor, and |iluase tint children best. Wo also have a few Dolls. Apples by the box or hirrel. Fresh Omn^es, Bunnnat. it'ttiona, (Iralies, l'eurs, NuU,Cu' Kni�hts of V^y~ thins will bo organized at NtUattiH. 8965 1949 91 ;