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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 21, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta ;^irfiffttioA boss; 3:00 to ?:00 p. m. C. GRAG6 ^ICIAN AKD SUaaEON fortr nicJBbotham'* Drug �tor� Ofllc* las. HouM 94. hoMra-9 to 11 *.m.. l.SO to p.ia., 7 U S p.m. I. C. Liphardt Optician Dt. F. H. Mewburn >ffloe~Red|�th St. cor. Buidett. Hours-Before 9 a.m.. 2-3 p.m., 7-e p. m. Sundays-2.30 tg 3.31' ip. m. Telephone 41. . Patteson �and Hail ftompfthiet. Km Dwel^ i Irrigated OHli ^ Bppiietition. W. S. GALBRAITH, M.D.C.M. (NcGilD fHTSICIAN, SUBOBON AOOOUCHEB Office-Burdette St. Phone 53 HotUB-Before 9 a.m., 2-3, 7-8 p.m Drs. DeYeber & Campbd] Physicians and Sui;geons Offices-Ott block. 'Phone 148. Drs. McClurc & Stewart SUBOEON DENTISTS Office-J. D. Higiabotham's new block. Office Hours-9 a.m. to 12 n. 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. W. C. SIMMONS Advocate, Barrister, Etc. OFFICE, -  SOUTH ABD BLOCK LETHBRIDOE. doiLiij* ^oney to Lend on Town and Farm Property T. BREWER �ieral Director and Embalmar AL?^ERTA YOUR HORSE FEEDS WELL Dentistry, Veteriaary Surgical Work, call on . . Dr.IF.W.J. JohiBton. Lclhbrid^c � i draiduttt* of Toronto Veteriaary Oul njmg Wt at B!l(intotham:a Store W. SHAW. Painter & Decorator Agent (or Empire Wall Paper Co., Agent for S. P. Nelson & Co.'s Windowpbanie, the modern translucent glass decoration. Leave orders at Lathbridge Hotel. B. C. MOORC runaral Director and Embalmer !f�t ta Pra^yteriaa Church. Fkoaa 109. liMldeaoe 18�. Crutal Rcgita--rrtfNKCi w aNAHcrta. euituirai-purpoa* in: uiat portloa ot lAIbarta. Iyii� Soutft ItkriiDdary-of SovtbjirsatOTB And so IaaaMlM4l iroa thaa lOD.OOO are bo4 aubjaot or Hin, but tiM |nterlor|p�r OsaoSI two j^iiw'''aot� ^atfti chargeable la two per acre per anniUBj A le-i be granted aa applltaat un-he owna one head of catitla or head ot tbeep for e^eiy aena plied for,, nnd tbe-jrieee alMkll itt-Icreaae his ntoclc so as rfdba fn po�> MMion at the end of 4lirae yoars of one bead of cattle or flv* heaid of viriMflp for. every 20 ao'rea leaaad, aad 'laball naintain etock^'in; this propor> tioa duriag the coatlBuaBa* of tlH '4 ^^imP^rABiag ie jMrmttad ottoaiy a portion of tiim tf^ets above re�a to. A map alibwtag artm8nt of the Iat�rfor> Ottawa. � r^msW-vCORY.-^^utgr of the MUrieter eC latmtor. , K, B.~L-Mu�oi^ pubtiOMtloa ol ED. PULLEY For Fine Boot & Shoe Repairs Prices Very Seasonable. Located in old W. H. Morris transfer oliFice. one door south of the Army Barracks. PiMWork a Lethbridg�. Lo(]ge No. 2. LO./aar\O.F. Micte in OOdrcllows' Rail ever* TtlUj mrtnlng �t ;.tO o'clock. Tuning brothitn are Ivtr* wrieome. C. T. Bennett, *.U. BaiT. Me E.V. DooJey, WXLI.OW BRANCH REBCKAH LODOE, NO. a Weel* IB radftllowii' Ban  cr? cona aet fevttb Tbnraear. Vtallora alwajra wcuaaic. ICra. J. Stafford. Annie Oaviae a. a. kac. ��c. iiiiporlnnt L�anches oT The memorial eent by the Fraiiii tha rfoiJartmcnt of ngriculluic is th�t Doivrd of Trufte lo the railway com- >oi e.^ploiing foivign Janda for new tniesipn relative to tho car shoitagio ai'tuation appcare to have etirred up the eB'iDale. Xo't ouly his thot)oui\l recoiNTKl letters from the convnii.ssion and o'.har govemmont otncials givung assurance* of.action being Uikon to remedy tho difflcully, but tiie newspapers of tho country hav� takoii up thj .subject with nmrkml unanimity) iti �upport of 'the I'Yank orgatiimtion and imiiy stroijg editorial articles have appeared on ihj sujjjoct. Among other contributions, on tha suiljjoot, ia a letter racoivMxl by tho ".iboftrcl from Wm. Whj-te, vloa-prcsident of the C.P.U. who, as vas to l>e expected, makes a defence of his company. Mr. Whj-te's leHer re�ds: "I bifg to acknowlodgo receipt of your letter of the 20th, with enclosed copy of ressolU'tlon passed by the Frank Board of Trada on the ITth inst.. on tho subject of car shortage in the mauing district cf Alt:prta. "1 find that the rasolutico, as filed, has many inaccuracies, and I regret that as your i3oard decided to brinsf tho matter to the Heilway Coiiiuiis.sion, that it did not think I)roper to take the nuitter up with this company's otHccrs, in ordorthat they might have understood condit -ions as we know them, which would hav� enabled your Doard to have placed a more fair statenK>nt Iwfore the Board of Railway Coinmiission -ere. "I regret, moreowr, that j-ou did not find it proper to discuss this niiattcr with us,Which we could have done very sensibly. You are under a misapprehension as to the output | of the liothbritlgc mines, qnd as to the influence that their output htid in former years upon the supply of coal in the cc un try. _Atr-r}i-3" beginning of wiltt>c?-fasryear the Loth --bfiage people had more than forty thousand tons of coal available for Bale. Tho settler in the wcsjt, un -fortunately will not order their coal in advance of their absolute nscds, and this year, when ttoey did comn for thair fuel supply, it was only to find the sheds of the I�thlhridge Company's agents ^mpty, and which threw a great demand upon the Rail-woy company to supply the deficiency. "The Frank coals are not the most suitable for domestic punw^es. TU2 etoves and heating .opiiances in the houses are not suitahle for ilu ! I p. fP., la Oddf,llo�a Ha . keuDd St, VuliliiK brath-ten curdUllT w�lc'ne. THOS. HEATON, C. R. A.M.RITCHIE. SEC. LOST. A buckekia horee, aix years old, four white legs up to the kaaea, dark tne and tall, brand X and Inverted O OB right sbotdder, weight about 1000 pound*. (Hoder will ptaaae eoBUWiniicata with ERXEST WEIR, LeUibridga. WANTED. Oood reliable niaa (or City cotlec-'*ions aad to aaelet in office. Salary I6S.O0 per inontli. Apply O Bos 1�7. THE NEW DRIPGE. (Winnipeg Free Press.) Two portions of the grade reduct -Ion work planned are of great importance. Last year plans were pre-par� the eastern and middle states. . What is believed to bo a Jisc i\-ery thtat will be an epoch in the uwri-culturc o' the norlhvvesrt. prairie regions of this country, has been' r.uide by tho department's explorer, '.'roff N. E. Hansen of the South Dakota agricultural experiment station, ot a Siberian alfalfa, an excellent forage plojit, with yellow, instead of the usual blue flowers. Ihis plant is native to the dry steppage it effectually chokes out weeds. A large quantity of this seed is being selected and tested, with a view to its introduction next' season. i PRESS GRINDINGS A. S. Bowman was eununoncd to Lexin3;ton, Ky., on business last nlg'ht. It is expected that his shipment of thoroug'hbrod horses is expected this week. To stop a cold with "Preventics" is safer than to let it'run. and cure it afterwards. Taken at the "sneeze stage" Preventics will bead off all colds and Qrippc, and perhaps, save you from Pneumonia or Bronchitis. Preventics are little toothsome candy Cold cure ta)>lots acillng in 5 cent cent boxes. If you are chilly in ta snooze, try Preven - Farmers Advocate;-The reports to hand of the itinerant school of livestock jud ing under tho auspices of the Department of Agriculture for Alberta are most encouraging, and fur.bor evidence that the establish-m.nt of an agricultural college for that province at an early date is advisable and essential to the continued progress of that province. Our advocacy of such is based upon th'c idea that a^cricultural education ba properly dealt with, must be ly agricultural colleges in which the courses shot'ld be can might well enlist the sup -port of the Domi'nioni roprcstmtatiivos from his province and of sister'provinces in the West. Tho success of the great agricul -tural co41eg'et�tate department and the representatives of Oi-eat Britain with a view to securing passage of the waiters throug'h Canada. Should it bo impracticable, however, it will probably be necessary to utilize the waters of St. Mary river et some point furttter to the west in tho United States and not permit the waters of St. Mary to flow down Milk river. This results in a condition of uncertainty as regards the future. It is further to be borne in miind that tho reclamation fund is limiited and the incrcim-nt to the fund will probably be reduced below that which has been estimated in past years, owing to tho gi-eater care which is-being given to the disposal ol public lands. 'ilic investments already made in Montana have ab-sorbed more than the proper share available for that state and it vill not bo proper to increase this am -'^"'^^. \ ... . '- - '^T* deir?"''" from other parts of the country. This being tho condUion, it does not seem wise at the present tinw to undertake any construction on Miik river, tout rather to continue the work on St. Mary river land watch for deve'iopment in the matter o Help to build up Lethbridge and a local indnstij by patroniiiajl * Oliver's Planing and LumbiBr Mills. X' - - ^ -,- 9 Office, Yards and Factory-CJomer Round and BompM * Telephone 163 "-'^-*-*----'^'^'^-^^-^''^^-^--"^^tttTttt ft! taaaaaaxif B E E r WE are selling more beef hf tha quarter than ever befoia. Niea three-year-old steers. Buy you bstf now, while it is in prim* conditioB. P. Burns & Co. Imperator Hams and Bacon. Telephone 91. ' B E E �t���fa��ae�a�a�Baaaaaaa>aant�, with an extra aaaeamnrBt if the excctitive deem H neeeasary. An adjourned inMing will he h^flftl next Tuesday to receive raporta and discuss plaaa far tlM ysar. AN OLD TIMER -WITH THE- OLD BRANDS OF uqvoBS im> oioAits w a N E W S T A N D Just drop into my new quarters and oonvinee yomv. self that I an^ up-to-date, * ' The deanest and brightest shop in Southern Alberta. '. GBO. HOUK The Hotel Wmdsor H� S* MHtEACHt PtropHator Every atteatiM giTen tha tmTellittg pvblie Feed Stable in oonaeatfoB VsIafteMif Landsaaksw'eadRanohw'i BmiqmtUn RATES, $.1.00 PER DAV mm ROYAL ^ HOTEl TABER, ALTA. Irvine & Lemon^ - Proprietors RotM f MOiBi $3.00 Diy FlilE BUS MEETS ALL TRAINS SAMPLB ROOlfS XR coNNiunodi DMMMMMN ;