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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 8, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta I s'rf? v ijw; i y f i ifc ffwvttti fv ChHM Loaf PMMM ii Mndm and Silk All kindjol Woollen for Children C A. COOKSLEY. of Mootraal Lotfcbrttgo. A; W. McVittie DoBiakm Land Surveyor DR. P. W. TOILER PHYSICIAN AND SUROBOJ? IXTHBIUDOE llrtC MM; U f :M p. It DR. C, C.CRAGG PHYSICIAN AMD 3UHOEON fttor to 11 a 1.80 to 7 p.m. Will devote hit entire time to laying out new Contract piivat ou application! MTOffioe at the Coaldale Hotel, Lethbridge. Dr, F. H. Mewburn St. cor. Burdett 9 a.m.. 2-3 p.m 7-8 p. m. to 3.31 p. m. Telephone 41. PHT8ICIAV, SU1GEOS ACCOUCHEB Bedpath St. Phone 5; 9 a.m., 2-8, 7-8 p.m of the Grazing tions for the Provinces of Saskatchewan and Alberta. Oraiiaff of Dotriiniom for agricultural purpoiwi in portion of ttM of Alberta, Soutk NortWn boundary of 18 and in Southwestern por- ol of Dis. DeVeber Campbel Physioians and block. 'Phone 143 abali be for a period not 21 yean, and no leaoeefcall a greater area than lOO.OOa Landa leaaed are not subject entry or oale. but tfae of Interior may oaaool or any portion thereof iatf tW luaai two yean' not- Ike rental chargeable ia two par, acre per annum, A loaae be granted u applicant un- ho ovM one head of cattle or of afceep for every 60 acrea for, tad the lessee aball iav atoek ao.aa to bo in a at tho end of three years of toad of cattle or nve head of for 20 acre? leaaed, and I Maintain stock io thjj prqnor- during tha continuance of the Drs. McClure Stewart 6UBOEOK DENTISTS D. Higmbotham'a new Uook. Office a.m. to 12 n. 1 p.m, to 5 p.m. DR. O. J. COURTICE DENTIST SaooeMor to Dr. Jaclcaon Office in Hotel Coaldale, Room 12 Office 9.12, 1-5. W. C. SIMMONS Advocate, Barrister, Etc. OFFICE, SOUTH A ED BLOCK Honoj to Lend on Town and Farm Property LIGHT PLANT HAKU MONIV. of Calfary to Over for Inf of the city council will the final Motion of the prcaent council. At it the reportt for the year 1007 of tho different oivio tod will be tubmitted aad throufh the council given to the peo- ple. The report of the light and the finance oommftlee will be of eapecial intereit. The light commit- tee report will that the depart- ment hu beeu ttry carefully admin- uttered daring the year and a profit of considerably of er hat been made from the of the city electri clight plant. Thia prove highly satisfactory not only to the of the committee bat to those who are responsible for the plant. WANT TO SHARE IN ESTATE. in Regard to Estate Late Ora Card. of PROHOTEDTO ROYAL ARCH Here M Nnr Ycir'i An application is being; made to compel administration proceedings be taken in regard to the estate of the late Charles Ora Card, der of the of Cardston, .v-ho died February 13th, 1902. at Logan, tah. By the terms of -the will all hii property was to ba divided equally among his wives ami heir respective children. The chil- ren of a fourth wife who obtained a ivoroc several years ago had reeeiv- New Year's Day, 1808, will be long remembered by the Masons of teth- bridge and more particularly by the of the Shekinah .Chapter of Royal Arch Maconry. of the croft were assembled from far and near, the chief object of their coming being the exaltaticn of seven from Pincher Creek and Corn-ley to membership in the Royal Arch Chapter and the giving of all the to these members. It took all day from half-past two until half-past ten to put these gentlemen through all the degrees, at the con- clusion of which a most bountiful banquet was provideu. The brethren Avho received the "Royal Bumper" were Messrs H. 0. McMillan, H. G. Nash, W. A. Mur- phy, H. A. Gunn. and J. Kemmis. of Cowley, and A. C. Keinhm and Geo. Heaton, of Pincher Creek. Among the other visiting brethren were Rev. H, G. Hogbin, of Calgary, who un- officially represented Grand Superin- tendent Rankin, of Calgary, Past Grand Superintendent E. L. Becker, of Medicine Hat, who was accom- panied by MUiT KEIF HOTEL. Llctnaa tor to KMB tho, Mouaa Review: of the Hotel' ware Nomcwhrt aurpria to find its closed during pant ten days. It appeura that com- plaints were made to the Attorney- AoAeraJ. uader'whcuw department Liquor Liwnwe Act is enforcwl. that this particular hostelry was not tfylug out the new law in regard to "providing- sufficient heating; accom modaaion. and was decided that; the bar businww be suspended until such time ad arrangements could made to fully comply wkh the Li- quor License Ordinance in this res- pect. Wa understand this has now completed and is in every way satisfactory both to the public and to -the provincial government. It would appear that tho Attorney-Gen- eral's department have been very ac- tive -throughout the whole province in every detail of the hew 1 cense and hotels have'in con- sequence been called upon to make many important changes. The edict has gone forth thai hotel keeiXirs must henceforth keep hotel and that hotels are for the accommo- dation of should bc- SPUR TRACK TO BE HIT The Smith, Street apur track to be built almost immediately. The Board of Railway Commissioners gave their verdict in favor of con struction some time ago. Laat Canadian Pacific engineer waa making an estimate of the cowt. It to therefore judged that the C. P. R. will construct, the line. The rail- way authorities say it will be laid as soon as possible. HOMESTEAD ENTRIES Ncdy IWt Hot In The homestead entries for the month of December at the Lethbridge office numbered 143. The figures for the entire year January 94 February 73 the public, tbis is as it i November.................. 174 We congratulate the At-J April 372 CHANGES ON THE CM. (Frtm Ofeily.) Spokaiw Flyer in to- be taken off next Monday. Tlie the definite information Oiwt this much Ulked-of train will ba discon- tinued but there is no word: of otber being put on to replace it. It is likely that the local leaving at 10.30 wUl diacon- tinucd on the fifth of this month. A train will run between trthtoridgv and connect ing with the reg- ular trains between Macleod and Cal- gary. This mentis that the in will leave about six o'clock; in the morning and return in the middle of the afternoon. There will be no mail from Calgary on the local traia Station-Agent Graham coiiM not con firm the report beyond saying that it might be correct. CAUGHT IKE MAN Ex. Comp. Jas. Rae, their portion before Mr. Card's i Comps. H. Morrow, H. W. Ireland death. The application Is being: made j and J. H. Doty, of Medicine Hat; y s-coud wife, Sarah Jane Pain. I Ex. Comp. J. L. Stevenson, Comp. A. er Cord. Thc executor in Alberta P. Veale and Comp. C. R. Bellwood, s Sterltug Williams; of Cardston and j of Tabcr. Several other companions.. subpoena has Him to bring Mr, issued directingj resident-in the vicinity but. who are Card's last will I not members of the local chapter and testument into tbe office of the were also present, lerk torney-Gcneral and the officers of this May 225 department..for the and im- partial enforcement of this import- ant ordinance, which cannot fail to be apprecia-ted by the general public and should distinguish our whole pro iOctober 32-1 July 289 August 161 September 149 167 vince. Tlie new License Act is in ad- j November 170 vance of anything attempted in any s December 143 of the older provinces hi the whole the year 1907 Dominion, aixl we are assured that its provisions are being enforced in no half-hearted manner, which is fore itig all those who formerly ran hotels for the profits of its bar trade to go out of business, and only those provide first-class -'accommodation' 'for' f the Court at Lethbrklpe- C. j Shekinai Chapter has been grow, j the tra-vellinjr public can now Harris is acting- Tor the applicant, ia permitted on oniy portion' of tha above refer- to. A map ahowinf sheep to the Secretary f tha Hapartttieat of the Interior. Ottawa. W; W. CORY. .of the Minister of Interior. Unaathoriaed publication of advertisement not be paki lor. Lethbridge, No, 2. in KniobrR of Pythian HnlJ every at 8 o'clock. Tiwting breth- are welcome. A. B. Pipes sec H REBEKAK LODGE, KO. 2 in the TCniehtM of Hal' every and 3rd aiway'n Annie Davies Rcc. Sec. C. F. HARBIS Barrister, AdvocatevNotary Public Block, up-stain. HAMILTON YOUNG Engineers and Surveyors Higinbotham Block, Lethbridge TO BUILD HOTEL. the _ very rapidly since its formation I last June ifhen it started with twelve. j members. Counting new members and members who have become affil- thirty-five members, which number by the end of the month will be La m Chicago, to in World. A Chicago despatch says: The per- [creased to forty. tnit for the new La Salla hotel, to be! The -banquet which started at the erected at La Salic ami Madison j conclusion of the giving of degrees streets, has beai taken out. With the j to the candidates was a most enjoy- a license to retail intoxicating liquor U. S. hBKfratiM i Detedire U. S. Immigration Agent Hart has returned from his holiday ia North EaJkota. Mr. Hart was the means or locating O'Brien, the confessed mur- derer at Necho, X.D. He handed case over to a PinVcrton detective an order that he might return tc his du- ties at Lethbridge. lie ore this vork for several yaars, having- at one time been, a slicrifT in Dakota, LAST MARKET OF YEAR. (Wavtorn AttociaUd Dec. The closing of the showed consider- able strength vith a gain of a cent yssterdoy 's close. Local op- tions: Jany. open close l.OOi May open 1.13i. close July close oarts MISS B, K. Graduate from Alina ColieRe. in Piano, June 1904. and post grad- uate Jane 1905, is prepared to take pupils in Piano and Organ, and also to teach Oil Painting and Physical Culture. Residence Redpath Street. furnishings, the hotal will represent j able, affair, no small amount of the an investment of "while i pleasure being due to the excellence 1.154, -v- land is leased on basis of the viands provided by the cater- j 500.000 value.. j er, J. L. Calder. j The sharp decline in the price of _After the toaat to "King .and! CUSTOMS RETURNS. building; materials is phown in the fact that the cost is placed at near- ly less than would hare j toast to the Grand Chapter of Can- i bridge ofl been the incrrths given. Ia response had been duly honored singing "God Save the by the customs office tor -the for December io Leth- this ba twenty-two stories hitfh. with two basements, and will be-tha larg- est building in the world. It irill contain j-ooms. v Construction will be begun in March Maple Leaf Forever" was sune and collected at tats head t .-_ _ i _ office in Lethbridgc, which re- presents tins importations to tbe city was sus against for TJccembcr last year or ov- or %prtl and 13 months will be re- i speeches made by Eight Excellent The buildimr1 Companion E. L. Becker and Ex. W, L. Wilson UCES'SED AUCTIONEER. Lethbridge, Alta. A DIFFERENCE OF OPINION. {Edmonton Saturday News.) The (B. C.) Proapector says: "That French-Canadian'treaty looks Jike the rottenest piece of punk ever put ap in a Chinese joss house. J. Stafford. K. O.. Star of Lethbridge, No. 8095 A. O.F. 1st and 3rd Mon- days In each month 3 .p- m.. in Hall, ftonnd St. VisiUnp breth- ren cordially welcome THOS, HEATON, C. R. A. M.RITCHIE. SEC. your money at home by us- in? "Our Best Flour" It has no Applications for dates may be made at The Residence Cor. Ford and Glyn and ia an insult to the intelligence of a Canadian Parliament." j-j-iis is the treaty that Mr. Root, the Conservative candidate- in Red Beer, described' the other day as "a cracking good one." There should be an interesting time .in the Conser- vative caucus at Ottawa'-'should- Mr. Root and the Prospector's favorite candidate come-together there. E.W. KINGSTON, TAILOR (Bear of G. H Johnston's Store) Fur Overcoats relined from Suits cleaned and pressed 1.25 Pants 25 Your own goods made into suits from.....___.....14.00 Estimates given for all alterations, 'repairs, etc. B.C.MOORE Funeral Director and Embalmer to Preatyterian Church. Office Ffione 102. Residence HEADQUARTERS AT CLARES- HOLM. Tv'e aro greatly indebted to. Super- intendent P. C. H. Primrose for es- tabishing headquarters at--Clares- holm for the following, posts; viz. Granum, Stavely and Nanton, with Inspector E. J. Camies in Claresholm Review. Comp. Jr'L'. Stevenson; Ex. Comp. D. May rendered a song in his usual happy style. The "toast to "The Vis--1 '-'r forty per cent, increase. For iting responded to by niufc months April 1. 10O6, 'to {Ex. Comp. Hogbin and several'other Etecember 1. 1906, the colleo visiting brethren, after which Comp. J. L. H. Prince sang a song. Even- one of the exalted candidates res- ponded to the toast to "The Jfewly Exalted "Brethren." Comp. Veale's song at this juncture was much en- joyed. A toast to "The Shekinah Chapter" was proposed by Rt. Ex. Comp. Becker and the response was given by Ex. Comp. B. Morton Jones. The usual Tyler's toast and "Auld Lang'Syne" closed en- joyable function. OLIVER wros IN TORONTO tions at the head office were T13.06 -those of the same nine in 1007 ivere increase of or about thu-- ty five per cent. The returns from tie out-stations are considerably lower this year be- cause of the .regulations recently is- sued prohibiting the importation of raiige Battle from the Un- ited States, The returns from the Lethbrklge of-- Gee show the amount collected on goods brought the city a moat satisfactory rate of increase. A Few Bargains in Farm toads These are choice selected lands. Growing crops can be seen near these lands. AJ1 close to. shipping point. in thia district have just threshed from 46 to 67 bushels of wheat to the acre. Oats. 96 bushels to -the We have choice prairie land for sale further from ahfpping point for per acre. 330 acres, 9 miles from shipping point, f II. W per acre. miles from shipping point, I3.M per acre. mile from shipping point, miles from shipping point, miles from shipping point, miles from shipping point, miles from shipping point> 440 acres, 320 acres, 160 acres, 160 acres, J60 acres, MO acres, 18.90 per acre. IS.lt per acre. I4.M I4.0t per acre. 12.50 per acre. IMPROVED FARMS 960 acres, 2 miles from shipping point, house and barn, all fenced, practically all in cultivation.. Price per acre. 640 acres, 4 from shipping point, fenced, in cultivation. .Price per acre. 330 acres, 3 miles from shipping point. Modern, barn granary. Iciiv'Su, cuIUrntiuu. Price per acre. We have a number of other good-deals. We. cannot guarantee any of these bargains to last any length of time. We can make good terms oti these propositions. ALBERTA REALTY Co. C. R. DANIEL. Manager Lethbridge, factnred by ELLISON MILLING 4 ELEVATOR CO ridge, R.I.V- mond.M-gratb. H. FOWLER CO. General Blacksmathing and Horseshoeing'. bugirfts to order, carriage all kinds of woodwork in -wag- windmills, fanning mills, cream grain picklers, coo.1. ALBERTA I WINTER SESSION Shorrh.and, Er.idiEh. of tlie Gnrhutt ('ol'nae, ro F. G. Ga'bntt, Principal. MAGRATH IS PROSPEROUS. Power By-law was Carried by a Majority of Nine Thousand (Western Associated Press.) Toronto, .January At the muni- (Kaymon Hustler.) Our friend William Paris states that Magrath has been his camping 3'300 ground this year. He >.aa put cspai elections here yesterday, Ex.- Jos. Oliver, was ijlected mp.yor Aid Reginald G-eary was in second place. The oth- Ring ap 108 When you want Tille, W.Va., Dec. the county scat of Ritchie cotittty, will be without ony municip- ml taxation this year, for the first in the old town's history. The has just been made by the Mayor. Borneo H. Freor, a former Attorney-Genera] of the State. I-Iar-' owns its own electric-lift-htintr am! the profits from its opor- combined with'the interests of the toxin's money in banks will af- "forrt RraP'e revenue for all estimated municipal a.vpenso, So that no corpor- tax will he laid. Xo other town Done promptly and satisfaetorijy. something like eight hot air furnaces there. We that he would suc- ceed in thia line after we got started in the Garden City, for it takes were Dr. Nes- Ex-Aid. 3Iiles Yokes er candidates bitt, and James S mpson, Socialist. Ol- iver is a prominent Liberal and OUu- of hot air to catch with and overtake another certai amount of the same warm ACCEPTS THE POSITION While You Wait Shoe Repair Shop. Men's shoes soled and heeled in 30 minutes. Price F. GERMAN West of Bentley Co. (Western Associated Press.) Edmonton, Jan. W, Fortune, Presbyterian minister a Red Deer, has accepted the office as secretary for the Alberta Tern prance and Moral Reform association. H will assume his new duties as soon as he can be released from his presen charge. Virginia C. R. McClcnaghan states that the International Hn.rve.stcr Co. 'X'Ul also crcqt a, ware house 00x30 jnst west of Adams' Lumber yard. It will be ever enjoyed under construction iramediate- 'jiy- When you require your gardens ploughed, your yards cleaned up, cellars dntr, or any otJter teaming ione, SEE US. or phone 201, or bop a post card in the office, your order will receive our prompt atten- don. must be paid'for delivery. Residence and stable saat of the barracks. TAYLOR, Lethbridge A bylaw for a two million dollar distribution plant for Niagara Power was carried by about majority. It is estimated that it .cost Anti- Power interests twenty thousand dol- lars in futile .efforts'to defeat the by- For the Board of Control IT. C. tockcn, J. J. Ward, W. S. Harrison and F. S. Spence were elected. Tho first throe were re-elected. Spcncc sa-t on the Board for some years hut was not in municipal politics last year. Controller Hubbard. the color ed man, who has held office for years was defeated. Spence, Ward and .Harrison arc Liberals and Hocken, a Conservative. Last'year's' Board of Synopsis, Coal Mining Regulations Coal mining righ ts of the Domin- ion, in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the North-West Territories and British may be leased'for a term of twenty-one years at an annual rental of SI -an acre. iSTot more than acres will be leased tc one Application for a lease must be made to the Agent or Sub-Agent of the district in which the rights applied for are situated. In surveyed territory ibe land must be described by sections, or legal sub-divisions of sections, and in unsurveyed territory the tract applied for shall be staked out. Each application mnst be ac- com pan ied by a fee of which will be refunded if the rights ap- plied for are not available bnt not otherwise. A. royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output of the mine at the rate of five cents per Save Money by buying Beef by the Quarter mnst sell 100 head of export steers by December 1st. Our prices are right. If yon don't believe it come and see for yourself. P. Burns Co., Ltd. _, i I. 4 j Everything required in the construction of a Building, j I Lumber and nil kinds of Mil) Work t Do not send all your money to Calgary and Cranbrook. T I Help to build up Lsthbriage and a local industry by mtronizine I Oliver's Planing and Lumber Mills. I Office, Tards and Bound and Bompas Streets j Teleplione 153 ton. Every Jessee of coal mining ontrol had only two Liberals, there arc four. this A NCW GENERAL MANAGER Atsociated Press.) Vancouver, Jan. Syp- rintcndant A. W. Kent, of the Brit- sh Columbia Telephone Co., re- igned todayl He was succeeded by, H. Halse, now secretary of the ompany. rights which are not being operated shall fnrniah the district Agent of Lands with a sworn statement to that effect at least once in each year. The lease will include the coa] mining rights only, but the lessee may be permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may be considered necessary for the working of the mine at the rate of an acre. For full "information application should be made to the Secretary of il. _ i__; Ottawa, or to any Agent or Sub- Agent of Dominion Lands. .Deputy Minister of the Interior pviblication of this advertisement will not be paid for. SEVEN THOUSAND SHEEP LOST Herd Rolls Down an Icy Mountain Side into the Rushing Torrent Tacoma, Wash., Jan. 3. News comes down from Entrat of a. serious accident occurring on Mad river, in over sheep belonging to John Guyc were lost. The herd was being driven down a mountain slope which was covered with sleet. Suddenly seven of the leaders lost their footing and started rolling down the steep declivity to- wards the river. This precipitated demoralized and rolling down the slope. The sheep were forced into the rushing torrent and those not drown- j o_ xnu injurfiu, Liit; valuable wool being torn from todies by the jagged rocks. -INDIAN FROZEN TO DEATH Edmonton, Jan, Indian was frozen to death'at Stony Plnin re- serve yesterday. The body was found near the house. Announcement On and after Dec. 26 we will conduct a solely cash business. Our patrons wm Bijiv4jj itiixu nvtijiCC. We haA-e to pay casK for our goods and canrjot get the money unless vre adopt a cash business. i 1N. HWIER fi CB. 12-6 3i ;