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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 26, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LITHaiHDOE. ALfcfcHrA. WCDNttDAY, FEBRUARY 21 4' ESTABLISHED IN THE BEIGN OF KING WILLIAM IV. Have the largest Sale of any high-grade Tea in the World Exclusive Agents: The Bentley Company Limited, Lethbridge TELEPHONE Prompt M M 4 4 'Easton ig" ready to meet'thfe-- wants of families and "loux rlgiswlio need Cases, Club and Gladstone for their holiday tripe I carry full range at prices you don't object to pay. LIUSTON COAST NII1S ARE LOSWG. ORDERS CHARGE THAT MIDDLEMEN OF THE WEST ARE KEERJNG UP PRICES t -World says: and not a board to suih is the wail thut is coining from the Northwest farmers. "Stocks all run dowii-in the yards all over_the can't get an- order." Such 'are the, reports of the'' men who are out on the road but they had heard of the re- ductions .on the coast, and of course wanted their lumber at a lower figure. The small stocks that were in evi- dence in the yards had been put in at a "time when logs were high and hard to and mill prices stiff. Resolutely the dealers refused to put in any more lumber until 'such a time as-, the stocks on hand were sold. Any mill that would break the control of jhe" lands in but administrator of theniS'Thc mo- high prices last year for, the lumber which we now have on hand o c and will not order any until what we have is sold." Thus reply the retailers of the Northwest when asked for a reason for their refusal to stock up. -Vancouver mills are getting stacks of letters from the farmers, contract- ors and .firms which contemplate ad- ditions their plants ur new build- they fall der the' control of the psovmcf. it' would to the Wc.st to give1 the meir wluwe claims, have aln-ady the- provincial governments' larids. in the West. opposition view uuppoitKl by Arinond -Lavernge, 'of Montagny. "Col? Hughes said that when he first regulations and'supply the" consum- proposed a reward'for volunteers af- 1.....J tlie close of the South African war the premier 'objected 'because it was at that time uridecideo whether the West vested in Federal government'or provincial government. After of that question the government gave" the decision hi its present form. 'Nevertheless he be- lieved that it should not confined to provinces. All volun- teers should be treated alike. Mr. Turiff.said that-he would not object an amendment, making it eis direct would "be made aware the fact that for all time the retail yards would be closed to, their pro- .So the orders did not qome in-to the coats mills, and there is a deadlock all along the line'. "J- Now that have been such changes in the-" local log supply sit- trving to get orders for Vancouver! f! uation that the nulls are practically assured, of a good 'class of logs at much lower prices, and the v mills have shown. 3 willingness to meet the situation by the reduction in prices of the finished product, it is certainly a peculiar condition of af- fairs that the whole business should be up by the action of the re- tailers of the Northwest' While these ji Opportunities Neglected are Lost clear volunteers will receive" land in the.provinces in which thev live. _ _ Sir" Frederick, Border said the V4 I .-31.. 1 11, t' -11 jeral government "should recognize tlip two millstones, are grinding-their ht-H n.tucuizi. me of the prairie provinces grist the farmers "and contractors j the, country to tlie Eas't are being prairie provinces lover their lands' and views of tlie _ i v u ings ,iuthe Northwest, demandmg reduced to a rticularl fine ul provinces should obtained before he Let phone orc post card tkat your requires repairing, and we will send a man to get-it, and when repaired we will return it and set it up. 'Every Job Guaranteed C. Rbss Tate Sign of the Watch_s Ford St., near City Half SMALLPOX IN ONTARIO ,Fcb. appearod in eight houses in Syden- those are all quarantined. The schools arc closed and hundreds of people are being vaccinated, that they be direct from the mills in order to avoid the "hold- as they call of, the middle men: Vancouver mills' arc tied "up be- cause they cannot'get their cut "to those, who are demanding and "Ilave, more money, ,this -year to pay for had at the same time la.st-_year. ,.v '_, "is in at the present time.' thereat in the prica1 of ber, came a little while ago'an'd it was announced that there had been a-drop from the former prices "of for rough, and for clear "lumber, and 75 in was thought that the. lumber trade- with the Northwest.would'revive, and thar it would" only _b2 short time "until things would be humming in" .that line. The trnyelling men fot; the mills went gaily forth, taking jextra oote books ..for the "recording of the big orders which weie expected. Jnys and weeks passed, and the Trders failed-to appear. It was the iniTso story all over, the country. Then: wtsre. low stocks on all jho peoplt; hnd plenty of money to "buy werfe demanding it in flwl lheir Qf her are given' away. Resolutions Jk.im.13 Ui rtlC WlllllK t lip .in'the coast .mill offices, while HIP -4N GRANT OF TO SOUTH VETERANS The Arington Show these same coast-mill offices are face f to face, with the general "proposition that tHey- unable gqj ahead with the enlargement, offthe scope of their operations matter is deared up. _ It is" generally feltjkhat the breaking ui Jihis deadlock come too that the end is by nos means .it sight." -_ Manitoba; Saskatchewan and Al- berta asking'the -Feder.tl government to leward the mervtwho to South g .Africa from the :DONT TH 16. roomed house, centrally located. down I same, balance easy. 5'roouied cottage and 2 lots Bartlett Street, cash. A I snap at'this figure. tat Office Itt II i i-li-i-M 11 i 1111111 11111111 II M 11111 i I 111 FOR SALE IN THK VILLAGE OF 2 1-2 acres of !Snd, comprising Lots 1 find 2, Block 21, fenced, and good res- idence 30 x 30, painted and well fur- 5j nished all through; stable for 8 head of horses; small pit full of vegetables; good chicken coop and bunch of gcxxi chickens; and H j stack of hny. Must be sold in thirty Pi ,1___ i CHARGE AGAINST BROKER WANT AH THE PROVINCES TO SHARE WESTERN AFRICAN LAND 'WAR For the purpose of awaiting all ing the Arington Company were tedious Vnits ns well prominent feature on v the to Rive his pntrons the best pos- Keith nivtl Proctor other circuits' sihle in entertainment Knnagcr Ar- Their many t'iiTercut al- cnrrirs with bim six special ways, evoke tiio most, tmbounded fon tores. 1'rotnincnt am- Kvor.r act of theirs is ete- c'hjf these arc the. three and gently ami "approprhxtely c clever children I tio7T Ody and Helen. 'Oiher strong specialty performers Ottawa, Feb. in the'House "this intro- duced a'biUproviding'for'the appoint- ment of'three new members jof the railway commission, one to have the title, of assistant chief commissioner. He moved a resolution in res- pect- the same ba considered on Thursday. Amendments by the Senate to Mr. Oliver's act in respect to land survey- ors, were concurred in by the House at the suggestion of the minister. The senate jstnick out the clause allowing surveyors who have qualified "in other, parts of the British empire to their calling in .Canada without pass-j ing an examination.' j i The House went into committee ofj( the. whole" to consider a resolution 11 for a grant for a home- j .st -ad or an -issue of rcrip.to value i! of 1GO, to volunteers-who served in tho South African war and nre now i resident in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta. J. G. "H. Bergeron wanted to know i >vhy it was proposed that of lands should bi confined to the j prairie provinces. Allrthe nifln whoi served -in the South African war; T should b.> treated Mr.'OHvor said the resolution introduced in pursuance of lution introduced by Col. Hughcisj last session and una'nimously. ndopt cd. Jf an error were made it: is the error of the House and nut of: j thi' government. i The. premier agreed that there I should no discrimination. He i i pointed out .however, that British j Columbia nnd Ontario hnve already! givi-n their volunteers land grants.] If the resolution were amended cover the "whole Dominion" the vol-. untocrs in these province's a double'entry of land. It is sary for the Federal' government to j act in regard to-the prarie "provinces j because of the Dominion land there.! The other provinces arc at liberty] -Toronto, a well known broker, and exalderman, was charged, jiu-polire court morning stealing from H. A.'Drummond. Some time ago Drum- mond.'claims-he to secure hiirPa seat on the Standard Stock and Mining F.xchange. Drum-1 mond'was blackballed and sent CoxVto' get his_inoney back but the j S latter refused, henci- poljce court proceedings.. Cox. says he received I the money but as Diummond owed him he had ret.uned it, onfac." count. Tlie case was remanded fora week. LIwE OF '-loar mid strong on a (li'tukiT of h'oridgTi 'Brewing and bot'r, "cause henith in tsvery glass Satisfactory rea- are to Ixj found in the purity of its ingredients, its nmnufactnre. its hand- ling through all tlie neces- sary processes. LETHBRIDGE BREWING A MALTING COMPANY, LTD: SHOE J. R. van Haarlem, Westminster Road, next corner Helen's Street and in back Repairing of fine boots and workmen's shoes. Sewing by CASH No Incumbsrances Call or M. Stirling, MM tr U fMiptacc itia tWs If ym wiirt far SI FOR SALE A VIOLIN, useifby pro- fessor for 16 Sale price- Apply Rochon's Candy Kitchen. 636 FOR SALE OR TRADE NEW SIX-ROOMED HOUSK, good location. Small payment downJ bal- ance easy. Aply Geo. Peacock, Leth-- bridge. 56-0 WANTED Good dining room girl at once for the Cowlcy Hotel, Cowley. G3S Kiddle PROFESSIONAL CARDS W.S.GALBRAITH, M.D.C.M. McGii; Physieisln, Surgeon Accoucher Office 914 Redpath-8t. 'Phone 53 9a.m., 2-3. 7-8 p.m POOR PORTUGAL not, a republic is soon to supplant thu monarchy in Portugal, it ib practi- cally tht> unanimous opinion here that t'le. lYftw .feature will witness a violent political struggle in which the hand if required. Eight prices. Or- life of the monarchy may b? at dors promptly attended to. stake. DRS. McCLURE-t STEWART, Stir goon_ Dentists. Office-Hours: 9a.m. tc !2n.; I p.m. to 5p.m. HAMILTON YOUNG and Surveyors Hijfiiibotham B'ock, Lethbridge. C.F.P.Conybeare, K.C., D.C.L., WANTED. AT general servant. Apply to Mrs. J. H. Wal- lace. GENERAL SERVANT WANTED, GENERAL' Appty Mrs. G. L. corner Bompas and Bartlelt' Sts. TFOUND "A PLAIN GOLD BAND RING, with raised initials. Owner can have same by profung property and paying the expense -of'this advertisement. Ap- ply, Herald Office. 606 WANTED WANTED IMMEDIATELY A waitress. Apply Windsor Hotel. WANTED AND BOARD, or room in private' family by young lady. Ad- dress Box G, Herald Office. GO-0 FOR SALE TWO LOTS, on Crabb street facing B. Morton Jones, 8. "c. L east' an.t! just" SOuth CONYBEARE JONES Solicitors, Etc. Office: Conybeare Block. Lethbridg-, Alta. 22-lyr. Watch Watch Watch S Only a few orders fcir nxjuirefl to enahlu nic to make ihe drjiv for the i' Sewing Machine for tin- dfite -uinouncvi! in tliis up with yourcwil ordi'rs. Doifl forgot to drop siul) in ballot box ;it Post .Office A Successor lo Dixon 9 M IV. Transfer Co.. Lethbridge Phcne IEO Box 27 W. C. SIMMONS Etc. Office: Southard Block. .Money to Lend on Town and Farm Property. B. C. MOORE Funeral Director and Embalmer _-t to Prphbyterian Church Phone 102. Residence 13C Mr. Hoselton's residence, each. "Manager Hudson Bay Co. 65-2 TO LET STABLE! for three or four- horses, also room hay, or could be used for gc-nor.il storage. Apply Manager Hudson Bav Co. 65-2 SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING REG- ULATIONS F. B. ROLFSON ARCHITECT Roam 9 Whitney Block. Oi-livrn-d to pnrts of ''tliw city iifoins rcusfu M. OF kiwis done on short, nolico. Ask for our prices lv- fore It-nying orders elsewhere Ifffc KRsitE Umni hM Office C Coal-mining rights of trie Dominion in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, the Yukon Territory, the jTcrritoriPb and British Colunroia, may j be leased for a term of twenty-one at an annual rental of an Not more than acres will be leased to one applicant. i Application for a lease must be MUSIC MiSS L. HOLLAND made to the Agent or' Sub-AgenC of .''upil of Stratford Dawson, of Jlont- j the district in which the. rights ap- vrishcs a limited number of plied for are situated. Iciits for In surveyed icrritory the land Piano Study. j must be described by sections, or lo- (Padcrnwski's teacher) gal subdivisions of sections, and in method Terms moderate. unsurveycd territory the tract appli- Phons 247. ed for shall'be; staked out. Each application must" Adress 310 Ford St. 1 who, at -each ;.i sustain, the geneVal pleasure of each new and brilliftnt specialtie? IVices the children before' jbiii- -00. Scuts now on and to do as British Columbia and Ontar- io have done. The house hud been: persxtadcd to pass the resolution .of last session by Col. Hughes. Mr. Bvrferon proposed to amend the resolution substituting "Can- ada" for the" provinces of Manitoba, Saskatchewan: and. Alberta. Dr. Melntyre, Strathcona, said the Federal government had not .absolute Lethbridge Iron Works Company P.O. Box 122 LIMITED Lone Distance Fownders, Machinists, Gcnertl Avtomobile BotUr Jobbers LETHBRIDGt ALBERTA Wbta in the write for prices on Cast. Iron