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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 3, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta Sure Growth AT RELIANCE It will be one of the leading Coal Mining Centres of Alber-ta. A lot of money has lieen invested in n modern plant. Fire clay has been discovered in extensive quantities, and its use means that Reliance m ill be a great industrial centre. RELIANCE LOTS Are now on the market. They sell from $50 to $300 a lot, according to location. 10 PER CENT. DOWN GETS YOU A LOT And ten per cent a month will handle other payments. One of the best opportunities to invest your money and reap big returns. Reliance is bound to grow. Write or call on- T, E. PATTESON Ott Block LETHBRJDCE, ALBERTA -For further particulars. Double Your Money Here*s a chance for the Speculator to make  hundred per cent, before tecond payment b due. We offer land in secUon lots for $ I per acre down. ^ Laud in less than section lots $1.50 an acre down. Jllbctia Realty ?o. Phone 141. C. R. DANIEL, Manager FOR THE PEST SERVICE IN LETH BRIDGE STOP AT THE |H&TEL DALLAS WE ARE ADVERTISED BY OUR SATISFIED rFIFKDS Go Around the World cigar bnntin(( and when you taste an El Amba# you'll wonder why you travelled so far from home. For the El Ambar is a cigar of quality, despite its low price of 12J cents (or one, 92.25 for a box of 25. Settle down.to solid enjoyment with an El Ambar between your lips. WALLACE & HOSELTON, Cigars, TobacooB and Pipes. BACK TO^LD HOME Charles Mair Recounts Experiences In West. (Perth, Out., Courior.) ' ijiintigralion agent ut Jjrthbridge in charge of South Albertn. He htie An j intiniftlo ftctiua'intnnco wixh the im-imigmtioQ to and the development of lUus'tcra Cnnnd-a tvntl of Iftto years practically with .Soullioni Allwrta. Ihis region ho doscriU's as huviug boon for, long looked upoiv us tho ICUndeivlla of the Nurth-Wost so far Tho Courier agreeably snrpri.- j-^ grain-growing is concerned. but od bv a vSmt on tho UHh in..t. fro.n i.'f'-'Sht sort o. farnKMS co.mng In. M/nM.ir.� native of tho VilUv�o.i'^' -w rap.dly con.ug to the Mr. C. Mair. a native of tho VilUigo. of Ixinark and uti old rosideu't of our town. Mr. Mair's family was for many jvars tdciitified with tlic history and progress of 'this di.'rtric't front as Olio of Uhj fine.'^t if not iha finest wheu't producer of ithc North West. Irrigation enterprises of gn^at His grandfather, Mr. William Atair. Inwnjoirt havo bocn and aixs being cof-eniigraitod from. Scotland to Lanark ''^'^ out hy the Alberta Kail way and in 1824. where his son, James Mair, I'Tiffation Co. and by the Canadian sr., established e.vton.sivo bu.-i'ncss in- Pacific itaiiway Co. iiwuring terests ir: Lanork and Porlh and tt&a'ns't drouth and making grain with his sons were amongst Iho growing a ccitainiy. But farmers pionoors. as early as ia3.S. of the are pouring into the non-irrigublo groat square timl�r trade, of tho '''"^as as well uttd ai-e growing win-OHawa Valley. His y.jungest son, haixl. Alberta and Spring wltoats who is' now, af'ter an absence of 36 marked success, tho yield per jtars, visiting our town nn-J hi-s^ aero being greater Hum in Mauitotia native Village of Lanark was bom J�ar. und the quality of the in 1840, and in 18f.3. was one of th^^ smin uasxceiled. In consoqufOco party sent by tho Dominion Govem- ^'�'''^'^ "as once a stock-raising coun-ment to lied lUver to oi�n up com- solaly is rapidly rising into munication by road to the I^ke of Prpmm^nco as a producer of cereals, the Woods intended to connect with ''nd prejudice against n in this the immigrabion road from Thunder Respect is now completely dissipated. Bay vostward. '^^'^ are> rapidly being taken up Hero. Mr. Mair contributed to tho.ra of inmijgrants from �this province to that ihon far with ^^^^ '^oal company and tho cattle in- Round - up of Prairie News W. J. Phillips of Nelson, n.C. has been appoinu^l Firo Chief at Femio. n. c. � Thu Alherta Central Roilway com-pnay will apply Xo the parllan>ent of CanaKia for an act to extend the �tltuo for construction of tlw railway crops'from the village otContent, Alberta, Medicine Hat. Cranbrook Herald: Charle.i Ma'g�>o bought fl, turkey at Cowley tor Christmas and when Mrs. Magoe cla4aacts or on account of its mild winter climate is more attractive. It is needless to spoak of Mr. Mair's contributions to Canadian literature. Our readers are familiar with his iwork in this direction, and we have Her* Rie informed Mr. Mair that , ^ ..... , ... * . , , j,^,^, 1 welcomed him back to our midst on he was to be exociiteil, ana impart- I . . . ,, . u ths information- to his assoc-I ,. , , . ine.ss due to an "old timer, not only of old Lan.irk and Perth but of boundless Northwest, which promises to place Canada in time in the van of nations, but which, when The West Canadian Collieries has purchased thu property of Blairmore Coal and Coke Co. $73,000. Co. the for 1 wilderness. THE tJiur. ing la'tes it was decided to attempt at^ escape, which was put in execution : on � bitterly cold night in thomonth ' ^ of January. Mr. Mair succeeded in escaping, and after a numt^er of very exciting incidents and perils, got to '""'st to 't west the loyal English settlement of For- Portage la Prairie, a howling tage la Prairie, where he and otbsrs immediately sot about planning a sccrDl expedition to take Fort Garry by surprise, restore the Queen's authority and releaw the (.'anadian and native prisoners there, togothor whix those vho still remained in the Assinaboia cells, some of whom had es-ca[)od uit the some fime os Mr. Mair but were mostly r�capturod, badly frozen, ohd were being treated with increased sevTerity, and brutality by | Riel's guards. PRISON EBS' RELEASE EFFECTED. L.ABOR UNION HALL. You are nn average'nuan, and tho , way you would like to bo treatod A few nigbta are still opm lor the ypuraeil is the way you should treat tbe^uM of Clubs, Lodges, otc, in others, s.' the now Labor Union Hall, fomurly , v known as tho Empire Club, parties /X dMiroua of renting ahove wiir �4� It is impossible t,'' inquinsd lha keeper of tha gates. The fau3 of the magnato grew dull and solid.- 'By advice of counsel," be said, 'I refuse to answer." The g-atokopper slowly nodded. "In that case," ho said, "Vou had l>ett.or consult your counsel Dr. J. H. King, M.P.P. for Cranbrook, was married att Andover, N. n.. this w��k to Miss Nellie M. Sad- R. F. Ta>1or, manager of the Merchant's Bank at Calgary has been transferred to Victoria, B.C. C. O. Swanson, a well koown citizen of Wetaskiwin, is dead.. Get the Phete Habit -IT'S A GOOD ONE- BUT GET IT NOW, BEFORE THE USUAL I can st^ll you lots now io Tulx)r for $100, that will be selling at $200 in a month'* Good Farming Land for mle W. F. RUSSELL Real Estate A^ent Tabor. Al(a. SMOKE Lethbridge Belle Havana Smoker T. W. HANRAHAN MANDFACTITBEB c HOICE ANDIES AKES b EST REAP UNS City Bakery r. C. Coche. Prop. RUSH Synopsis Of Canadian North*WesL HOMESTEAD REQULATIONS. A hren-ery may be established Red Deer, i at Mayor Micfaencr of Red Deer, is urging the c-stahlishmcnt of a Far-ntcrs' Exchange at that town. He proposes that ^t he placed in charge of a Competent man, who would k�ap in touch with the best markets and secure for the farmers tho hlgh-p�t prices available. He thinks that if fifty farmers should subscribe 8100 each to the scheme it could be car -ried through. Mr. Michener has been a most progrcsalw and energetic mayor durinS hi9 tenure lof the office from which he retires at the end of the year. DO YOU WANT The BEST Typewriter ? Then buy a Smith A branch of the Bank of Montreal will be opened at Medicine Hat. ^remier It is the BEST. f NT r anr male over II fears if . acre�. more or lea^, Kn'rjr must be made peraona'ljr at lh� loeal I ""(I offce for ibe dlatriet IB wbiek tk* Iaa4 It attuate. Tne b'imcateailer la required to perfora Ue Cdndtt^ota con-.oclcd tlierewllb under  af Ibe fuUowlugplana.: I. At l^aat nix montbn' reaMeace npMi �mt culUrat: >D or me laud tn eacb rear for Ikra* ye�i�. �J. ir the father (orn-other. If Ihe father I* dccca�ed) of the home-teader rtaldea upon a farm In the vieintit of the land entered fur Ike reqiili-euenta aa tn rcaldence ma* be aatlsfted br aucb peraon lealdlhR with Ibe faHitr �r oothci. �. If the'ettlerbaahlarermanentraeldence upon farming land owned b; him In tbe Tiala-ii; of hU humeatead, the re^ulrelBenU aa. ta trMenCK mar be aatthfled hy rcaldcitce upM the Hald land. Six monns' nntlce In writing abould be |t**� tu the CommiaHtoner of Dominion Lamia at Ottawa of lutcnilon to apply fur patent. W. W. OoBT. DeputT of tbe Hinlater of tka laierler. W. J. Mcl�an has b�*n recommended for the position of postmaster at Medicine Hat. J. L.. Morris the veil-known Miedi-cine Hat contractor, is dead. HERALD PTG. CO. Barnes & Co. REAL ESTATE and GENERAL AGENTS AGENTS A now Masonic Hall has Iwen dedicated at Prank. CHURCH OIREaORY. Rev. A. McWlllmms, of St. Marys, Ont., will become pastor of Grace Fre�byterian Church, Calgary. this goes any further. He is waiting for vou in an anti-room 'Ixilow." Whereupon the saint pressed the St. Paul Air. Mair and'bmton and* tho elevator platfornii up- A marriage license was issued to Nep Seek,. aged 25, a Chinese, of Dauphin, Man., tn wed LouIrc Kg-lentine. Willard, � pretty red-cheek-od Enirlish girl of lU years, daughter of (}. Willard, a wealthy randter of Marshall, Soak. Seek showed the before writtcti cofisent of ihe Bri^tish par- Xethbrldge. R. J. BALDRY, Box Mi. Say and do exactly what j-ouwould like a salMitnan to toy and do to you il you were a stranger visiting a trusted store. his companions went on to Toronto and w^ro i-eccivod by the city as guests. A great public meeting was held which wa.s addressed by the refugees and so intense liccame tho excitement over tho state of aiTairs in Red River and tha capture and murder of poor Scott I hat a nuilitary cxiJediticn was determined upon with which our r3pArtnu�t ard is at pneswii tho and enter B.C. politics. The coroner's Jury holding the inquest in the Soo train wreck which occurred in tho S'ards Stmday and in which ten lives were loirt. returned a verdict that incaint)etency on thepart of the crew in charfv of the freight train was tka cauM of tike o�tr Rev. David Jones, B. A., Ass �ta.ii Matins at 11.00 n. m. Sunday School at 3.00 p. m. Evensong at 7.30. Celebration of Holy Commut-lon:- 9t Sunday in the month, 8 a. m. vPlain), and 11 a. m. (Choral.) 3rd Sunday after Matins. Othoi Bun-days at 8.80 a.m. Daily Matins and Evensong a1 O.<10 a.m. and 7.30 p. m. ST. MARY'S MISSION. (Xo. 8.) Sunday School at 8.00 p. m. Evensong at 4..30 p. m. Kulsoniining Paperhanfciog Z TOWN lots! CATHOLIC CHURCH. Sunday Services:- Low mass, 8.30 a. m.; high ai*ire. 11.00; vesiiera, 7.80 p, m. Daily Services:- Mass 6.80 am. \ Fatbar Van Tikwm Besidoutial Lots ia Blocks < "C" and "F," Apply to J H. MACBETH Real Estate and Insurauce. ^ CALL ON J. Cohen, Taber, Altt,� - rcu- BOOTS & SHOES MADE TO OUCt Repairs a spceialty. Addrfu, :fnt doorto Jatt'iMaatMarM^ 0595 ;