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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 14, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta IT' v v AtltlATA. Fft ,U I x _f .1 Tha x T- -v WATCHES. lEWELty. Chicago, Feb. woman -geU ired and exhausted after slight- est exertion because glie ig'improperly dressed; according ,to, of Dr." K. 0.' Dudley, expregsed yester- day iu a lecture before a class in tlie Northwestern University Medical col- WATCHES- Broken aprtof, needs' cleaning, brok- en partv or uny thing eUe matter. f JKWIXEY Kinfs need stones altering or made larger. anjrthinff thiu uuUrial and-according to the caprice of uiay or. niay not cover' the arms, neck and upper part "A profusionr of skirts: are worn loosely about the lover extremities ol th- body and the feet are held in a resembles stilts', more "In itrange contrast to such inade- quate protsctioirof'the upper and low- er "extremities', f the waiht" and jhipi are swathed and compressed in s "torrid wl? corset belt steel, the bands of the-var- ious and ouUr worn by the women, of Lday. f M "The aver: gc'worn an wears a total of Keventec-i: layers of bands of some sort around her waist. Allowing ir.ehes as the average waist'circumference of a Chicago wo man, although there" are many witli larger means tliat wo- man has a 'totil of thirty-four Jeot of bandage" tightly wrapcd around her.v Dr. Dudfey told his class the onlj way the today can become strong and hea.-ty is by the- numerous tiglit bandages abou the waist and ghing more care te keeping the and lower tions of the txxiy warn. Ottawa, Feb. MA- Mr _ V succeeded5inr exciting gen-' on eoncern- tlw .West, both by hi to Marly dottbkd their tender; -in hurry and lost the limit NEW GAS WILL A WINNER Puncturs, Produces Cubic a Day (Amherstburj Echo.) Within a shcrt distancs of Green s fi o_ .E 6 always like, Good Cake and it is'inueh Healthier "T than canciy. We make Good .3 I S b p o t 9 f i_ t C0 S S. THE djY BAKERY PHONJP 'I t u I Making Rpppn TO BE t Md BariTof Montreal Boildiag -ETHBRIDGE ALTA. Vood OH the P.1T.R.K., on the 'Jack- son faun, Romney, there has Utely been sunk the productive gab well in Ontario. The old i well "in Gpafickl Suuih v.-as to be unsurpassed, b-.Vt in i palm iest ihe piessura was only a lit- tle over 490 pounds, Rom- ney well has the enormous pressure of 800 open pressure'of 24 pounds, therefire protluce in 24 hours, of gas. sufficient to suply a city of 'The "well-ii--owned' by a Leamington company 'aiid the company has another' well within .1 mile of NQ. rl. 'with the same 'rock pressure and are another hunitlred acres "in ,oiu jlock, .and two hundred oining.'.This is- undoubtedly the leart of the'gas territory." Old No: 1 well had a gas rock of 16 while Leamington r.fieUJ varies from three to thirteen feet, bait in the. Rom- ney the gas rock is over 200 feet ing the sale of, timber in ijouie ol the Literal mewberk arq un- questionaMy liw pertin- acity, but 1 ftiui the majority of them to be very about it. What Mr. Antes so tar been able to sliiow'is that coriain enierprUing to their own but he.has not abown that-there was aiiy departure firon the provisions of the law gov- erning tlie disposal of -timber lands, and he has not bhown that the gov- ernment was in any way a party to what went or that anybody suf- fered except perhaps rival and un- successful applicants for the limits. Tlie chances are, indeed, that' 'the present flurry U'directly due to the chagrin of ioir.e of the di'sapoinifd Many stories'are told in-the corridors which go to strengthen, this viewv As the whole business or less unknown to those of "us who live in the Enfet, it may useful to hulicafe, the trend of those stories. It appears that, out West, the pros pcctor still looked upon as a useful agency of and the fore runner of development. There an. mine prospectors, who find gold and silver and copper, and and whc the railways after theni, and all that railways bring. There are land cruisers, experts in their way, who find, good land, and -advance settle- ment beyond the'railway lines. There are timber ciuUers, who-think, and who have been encouraged by local opinion to think, that if they find a good bit of timber they ought to real- ize upon the information it has cost them so much to obtain." Inevitably, of course, these good timber 'cruisers ultimately become associated with capitalists, either directly engaged in the timber'- business disposed to in limits. .Now, these crui- get to be known by what is call- Id, not too- respectfully, timber shacks. Supose John Jonfs, known as a good timber applied) 'ruler the regulations existed prior 'to last yoai, to have a certain section put up, for sale. -The limit advertised for sale. The cruiser, >r the cruiser's backer, made an offer, and others might do tlie like. So might, and so did, the timber, shark, who'., knew nothing about it except ihat John Joncis was a good cruiserv They bid, and they got a good many limits, much to the 'disgust of the jvho iwiid the cruiser's- wages. And, of course, what they got, they held for speculative sale. "The'mii- and their backers got very tired of and on one occasion" they asked for tendurs_on a certain spot surely luns tlwr which Mr. Allies lie accepted, that the gov- ernment wasted the peo" the advantage of There waa'many g war be- tween iii', the timber business, or 'rival speculators m timber" values. and there were timber sharks to both- er both. rBut Liberals, in Parliament _ or ot of it, will politely refuse to make! ol the admirable of these- a part oTthe ofSthe Lib- eral pahyv MiUliiiiltlillltiunililMiiiiHIitl Tlie one, purt'of JLlif that! ffaVau linpleMsanOoGk has to do with the fact th'at iii the banning'of this charge branch the affairs. That one man is a Liberal mem- ber of Parliament, IMS opponents take no account ofJ whether his then position'-involved a natural and econ- omic distribution la- bor, .but merely ansutne that he was false to" trust, and that he did not treat'all alike. Mr.'Turin, the mem- ber in question, complains that it is unfair jtmrunmanly to expose him To this criticism without bringing ck'fi- cliarges against liini. It would certainly be more inanly in Mr.Arnes ;or do so, but gies no faixn that he v ill. So far as the jfroviirnmt-at v the syoteu which thus ox- one man to wns years tenders being opened iu the piesencc of 'three ofti- "ials, al of whom are1 spoken of with highest leaped. No doubt a depart- -nent of government endowed with the custody of agencies of wealth, is incursioQS. of all sorts, engineered by shrewd arid sometimes" not too scrupulous people. But there is something to be said for a minis- ter at the head of such a department of his own motion he eliminates LOSE 46 roouiod; house, oeatrally located. secures 5 roomed ooiUge and 2 LoU Bartlett Street, cash. inap at tbii; figure. t L MMM K8ET IMIftelU llliillllllllillllllHIHIIMillilltlllllli tAUM A rrCWAJIT, Sur- geon DentisU.- Hours to HAMILTOM VOUMO Higmbothaai Block; the opportunities of spoil, and does it in one case months his natural opponents learn 01 the Ames has .been the means of showing to the country that Mr. Oliver "is. that- kind of a minister. Facts abort Gritty, ton ami Smutt W tjlf Ccteite in Bvtte aid Sutter CDtmte, GaL Grcafett Fmit District j Five to six crops of alfalfa annually." Climate which has umde the state famous. Plenty of cheap water for irriga- tion. No cyclones, no blizzards, uo droughts. Continuous growing and cropping season. Richest soil in the state, and of diversified farming. Oranges ripen from four to six. weeks earlier than in other parts ot, the Churches, railroads, telegraphs, telephones and good schools. Electric interurbau cars connecting with the large cities, Irrigation from Peather River, the third largest stream in the state. Annual rainfall 20 inches. More than of sunshine every year. Magnificent scenery, good hunting and fine fishing. A good place to live and a sure place to male money in. Write or call on W.S.QALBRAITH, M.D.C.M. Phyajcjati, Office 914 Redpath 74 pai. C.F.P.Conybsars, K.C., O.CAl, B. Marten, 1. C. L. CONYBEARE 4V JONU Solicitors, Office: Conybeare Block. LtthbrMii, Arts., M-lyr. W. C. SIMMONS AdvacaU, Etc. Office: Southard Block'. Money to-Lend on Town and -Farm Property. L H. W. FRILLING, teem sfut Ifffitel Ci. For Information and Literature Cttldl Atents Wanted w thick, and with proper handling the gas is practically inexhaustible. There is only one well in the Domin- ion, that approaches the Romncy well in-point of volume and that-J3 on the Athabasca river, where it been wasting several million feet day for THE CARDSTON BUDGET Feb. the Young- Ladies and''Young Mc.Vs Mu- tual improvement Associations "will hqld' a joint conference1, concluding with an entertainment iu the evening The best local talent has been secVir7 td a gooi! expoctccl by all, THE L. IX S. QUAETCHLY CON- Watch! Watch! Watch! Only a few more orders for coal required to enable me to make the for the magnificent 1 {HEIdridge Sewing Machine WutcU for the dute to' be announced shortly in "this space hurry" up Vith your coal orders. Dcpi't forget to drop-stub iu ballot'box at Post Office. HOCKEY AT PINCHER GREEK -which .included top of a moun- tain, where a jack rabbit couldn't make a decent meal on the foliage )f the be found on all the timber." The timber sharks bit. They paid three or "four thousand dollars ind got it. Another time" they paid -'jandsomely for a timber it surveyed, was foudu to be m the middle of a lake. The .timber sharks, however, succeed- r often in getting CrMks Team Defeats Frank and jorne eood Jimitt, which hold of bridge x Pincher Creek, Feb." Lcth bridge Jumor" Hockey team paltl i obliged to sell at an advance to their jiivals who wanted the timber to cut, or to hold for future sale. And it Is easy to during rOn Saturday and Sunday, the loth and (5th, the Con- ference of fthc Albei ta. will be held in Cnrdston '_- There is still some sickness among children in-ihe way of .colds, but woj ftre gratified that no dis- eases arc known to exist in Cord- ston and1" the hoAjth of our people is 'good-, It was no inatter of serious regret that tin.- Taylor Stake Conference could not convene the Sth and 9th because of previvjlanca of Mr. Is. IT. JellifT has a frc- 'q'lient visitor at ('ardston recently. His pivscnce at the Fanner's Asso- ciation "I5.UI mid at the -Board of -Trade, meeting last evening- wa-c much appreciated. The this dis- most hat to our great Southern Alberta, such es- timable citizens and has morn such to spared wo say. H. HAYR. Phone 180 Successor to 'Dixon Co.. LetHbridge Box 27 B. C. MOORE Funeral Director and to Presbyterian Church. Ofiice Phone 103. Residence 1M. F. ARCHITECT I Whitney Black. yet hart la sci ar tartitt place ft tUs' calaM. H t 25c ft tesertkas fer SI WANTED TO A number of chickens, ferred. Apply io W. L. Wilson, cor- ner" Glyn and Ford Sta. Pint-her Greek a yi-jil and.phfyed tii. [ll.e'pmod of ungoverned speculation fricndijlmatch which through winch "the West has fuat a good junior, exhibit ion of the game.; there was much of-the tim- LAURELS laurels are. in thomsolvcs ed- ible. even greens can be made of Score S-2 in layor'of Creek. The boy; are a (lefcatlikc veterans. What was termed the Frank" Inter mediate Hockey team played Pincher Creek_ Intermediates on Monday af- ternoon on" very heavy ice. Through- out the game snow fell but though the Pincher Creek team was lighter. defeated" the Frank team" by "a acore of 2-1. The Frank team boasted of poor-ice etc.; and thought they could trim th I ange .cidor, iroubrexr ami lemon and cream yon will find -that yon bare dis- coTort il a beverage towflo- liglit palnlc and uuikft rich treat for your friends when they call on yoa. LETOWWE BREWINC LTD. S_! the district in which the rights ap- for are situated. In survpyed territory the land must be described by sections, or le- gal subdivisions of sections, and in unsurveyed territory the tract appli- ed for shall be staked out. Each application accona- j! i psnicd by s fee cf ?5, be refunded i! the rights applied lor are not available but not otherwise. A royally shall be paid on the mer- j chant-able output of the mine nV the rate of five cents per ton. 1 Every lessee of coal mining righte j which'are not being operated shaT j furnish the district Agent of DomiTi ion Lands with a sworn sUtcmrnt to j that effect at least once in each year '-The lease will include the c mining rights only, but the lesee raay be permitted to purchnec whateve I available surface rights may be con pidered necessary for the working o j 11he mine -at the rate of ?IO an acre. t For full information application be ,made to the Secretary ofj Department of the Interior, Ot- j lawn, or any-Agent or of 1 Dommion iii W. W. CORY, Deputy Minister of the Interior. publication of i.thiis wilt not fea paid WANTED GOOD GENERAL SERVANT want- id. Apply to Mrs. E. R. Davis, Lon- don Road, near Crabb St.- TO RENT A large furnished room ih a fully modern house. Apply A. Werte, R. A I. ticket office or corner Bart- ett and Courtland Sts. 52 R TENDERS WANTED SEALED BULK TENDERS-will received by the undersigned .until o'clock p. m.. Feb. 18th, for work of all trades', except required n the erection of an additional storey to the Cbaldale Hotel at thit place. Separate Tenders for the heating will be received at. the same time. The -lowest or any tender "not ne- cesserily accepted. Plans and specifications on view at the offices of the architect; rooms and 21 Southard Boildinf. JAMES A MACDONALD, Architect. HANDFORD ;