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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 10, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta IS? Growth AT RELIANCE It #ill be one of the leading Coal Mining Centm of Alberta. A lot of money has lieeu invested in a modem plant. Fin day has been diBooTe|�d in oztensive qnantitiet, and its use means that Beliance �ill be a great industrial centre. RELIANCE LOTS Are now on the market. They sell from $50 to $800 a lot, . r aooording^ to location. 10 PER CENT. DOWN GETS YOU A LOT And ten per cenf.. a month will handle other payments. One of the best opportunities to inyeit your money and reap big returns. Reliance is bound to grow. Write or call on- , T. E. PATTESON Ott Block LETHMUDGE, AtBERTA -r-For further particulars. APPOINT roMMIHEES Alrkttltiinl Sidciy Or|aniic a n|YeinfM[. A roeotlng of tho directors ol the. Agricultural Society was held Ittst "niurtda^'. It WM decided to hold the seed fair, Fobruary 12 and the l�oultry Fair, February. IS. Fifty additional poultry pens will fee secured ia order to Rcconuaodato all the eotriea. Tlw followinc coiniuitteefl were chosea: Wa>-s and Meaaa-Oliver. Eckstorm and Fairdeld. around* and BuUdiags.- Button, Kitytm and Hatch. AgRicuUural Hall Exhibit*- KeOer Keoa}-. Crest. Hielinstcd, FYdrAeld. Poultry-AiilicroH, Hagell, Hcmel-ryk. hive Stock Exhibits-Adams, Kef-fer, Burnett. Domestic Products, Home ^ork and EJducation-Kenny, Greet, Hiaffell Decoration and Music-BumeiCt, RooEiey, Adama. Sporting Eveota-Rooney, Keyee, Hwtch, Adams, Houk. Fanad�-Uouk, Burnett. B^kstorm. f- Procran^Eckstorm, KefTer. lustitute and FAt�rt�inment-Fairfield, Hatch. PreaideBt to be ex-offlcio member of each conundtitoc. The date for the fair vill bo. fixed so as to coincide with racing circuit and baseball league. with Lcthbridge they will n(^ only hftvc a good mani^r, but aVtcher wbohai'siivera^^^ up his lee^-�l w4iivh; ai� vory elusive-Calgary Herald" � ' REPOirr AND DENIAL Ttatmim WMSMKFWi dMd SPORnNG COSSIP. The Edmonton Bulletin publishes tlw following: "Calgary is the only club on the oircnit that .has not chosen a mcin-agier for the season. Al FMler is loaking after the club's interests at present, but it is said he has a rival for tlta managership^ in Catcher Fcrd. who was on tho team laat season. John Berwick, of Spokane, has been oOered tte maaagcucnt of the Letli-brid�eortance. Among other things, it was decided to go before the legislature this winter and ask the enactment into law the present eight hour from bank to bank da>', a compulsory arbitration law and a workmen's compcnsatioci law. i*s a chance for tte SucBlator to malw a hmidrtd per cent. Mbi^ leoeiid paymant ia for a cigar when there's so much smoke satisCaction wrap. ped up in each El Ambar. $2.25 The first meeting of the kogue is expected to be held this month at Calgary. The league president, B, Robinscn, of that city, is in the east at present, and a definite announce-nMkt o; petition-at-Calgary bonspiel. . (Great Falls Tribune.) It alwajs gives tho newspaper man buys a bioi of 25 Ambars. El WALLACE & HOSELTON, Cigars, Tobaccoa and Pipes, y c> ' liABOR UNION HALL. Fred Calder, Ashcroft, B.C.; J. B. ' Brown, M.P.P., Oreenwood. B. C;. \, , ^ A' iem nighu ars still opm |or the have been appointed county court ^ ' ''itei UMi of Cluha. Lodges, ate., in iudgaa. MW'Labor Union Hail, formjrly I Tha Liberal ticket loir the Legls i,U ttoaBmiHrsClulf. PartiM hitursin Vancouver IS.W. W. B. Mc-l:**?*^ ^" ^IaB�i/.1Iwlto HHMbrfMi. R. P. Mc- J.. BAU>ny,.Box LenaM,. J/W. DoB. Parri. and T.F. Medicinia Hat Times:' The baseball magna tea have been at work ainoe the last meeting oiMl have engaged a Plaj'ing manager in the person of Oeorge Nlerathimer, formerly of the Kentucky Colonels. Nierathehner , is Irsady wt work ncca�tating /for players and baa in mind six or' seven of the Kentucky Cardinals, two or three of the calflbratad WaMemaans, and the otfaem from Um Covingtons. A oatdtar who .has nwdaa "rep" in the Coloaalt is expected to be, en- In their soarcb for men the committee met acme funny propositions Ooa man, who evidently thought this wtw the National league, . and that, his reputation was as good as MaithowBoa's demanded one hundrad aiid aeveBtyrflva dollars a month, board fdn hiuaalf anil wife, free tnansporttttidn for both, two hundred advance on the first day of March, and free transportation for any "oonflaba" during the winter and apring. 'He also demanded/ koIo control' wifth nobddy emppwjjreil' tiv Say anything to him.. ila' iaive'iy added that ha did aot^jiiay las* yDar as no one would 'giv(�'htm his price.. �The ball club at the coal town �old ka 'be hot after Morrison, v he won the .copper league: penant 'fur Calunwt iaat seMOii! Ha. has b(;eit �ant down a cbiiti��yt' and M he slttna a feclihg of sadness to auaounce the susp^sion of one of his ctontempor-aries. Generally to him it tells a stor}' of hope deferred and a business struggle against such difficulties that even the optimistic :newspapar proprietor is obliged at lost tothrow up his bands and confess failure. No such feelicg as this goes, however, with the recent announcement of its retirement' from the joumaliatic field of the Ohio Penitentiary- News, which has flourished- for a number of years without nWssing an issue. The reason given by the newspaper for ,t� suspension is not loss of advertising patronage or subscribers, foot the fact that there is not a single printer in the state penitentiary to get out the sheet. They have clergymen and financiers there and all kinds and conditions of men except' printers. Tliey are all good acxl they never ~ get in the penitentiary any mora. Hence the necessity which calls for the paper's fai-ewell to the public. The Cleveland News In com-nvanting on this interesting topic gives tho printer this little swell-not unde.servcd. It says that "the, Ohio penitentiar}' News, for ma�y years a famous and flourishing daily paper published ty convicts, has suspended publication, /or tho very good reason that there is not loft in that big iienial institution a single man who can handle type. There is not a printer in the Ohio penitentiary. Bankers are there ia I>y iks irorld's workers.." Colored WoaaB Makes qalm Upon Hli Fortune. Kl Paep, lV>x.,�ec. 30.-Lady Flo" Wohf, a ncgress, with whom De-Laval Beresford, a brother of Rear-Admiral Lord Charles Beresford of the British navy, lived for flftc�n years in the wilds of Mexico, is preparing to contest the will on the ground that she was the nobleman's common hiw wife. She was bequeathed only tl0,000 from an estate that is estimated to be worth htmdrcds of thousands. "Lady" Bcroaford, as the woooan styled herself, although she is men -tioned in the will as "Flora-Wolff," doclanes she will inake a strong fight Stories that she saved Beresford's life in a yellow fever epidemic are toM by,her. She saj-s the nobleman picked her up ywtp ago orxl insisted that she live with him as his wife. The estate Is left to Lord Charles and Lord Marcus Beresford, brothei^B by tho will revealed on the death of � De-Laval in the Soo wreck a week ago. Beresford was a queer chaHlkctcr, though worth several hundred thou  sand dollars he dressed in the garb of thie plaiins, and lived a life as un-ev�a aa any of the Mexican peons who Borked for him. Except for an occasional trip to 'El Paso with his negro companion, he had no other diversion' than riding after bis hound on his big estate and trav^elling between Canada and Mexico looking after i bis cattle interests. He shipped the cattle from Mexico to Canada, fait'tenod them near Medicine Hat, and sold them to Canadian butchers. He looked after all his own affairs. Beresford drank heavily until two years ago, when he and "Lady Flo" took a cure in this city. Since than neither had been known to drink heavily. Hiie principal asaociatea were bartenders and hackmen when he came to town. She always came tr EU IHwo.Kvith him. He once v^as arrested and fined for appearing in�the streets with her. Coming to America with a few hun dred pounds, he bought up ranch lands in Mexico at comparatively nothing and stocked them with blood ed cattle. Ho proapered to such an exrent that it will require months to ap -praise his estate. Be had two ranches in Chihuahua alone, one containing loaooo acres and the other 78.000. At the time of his doativ there was on deposit in tho. First Nationalbank of, El,Paso $75,ci00 to Injy the Amal-ler ranch � he | had decided to accept the terms. His larger ranch was better stocked and was. worth at least three times as ntuch. He ^Iso owned property in El Paso, New Mexicc and Canada and had cattle in New Mexico as well as Canada and Mexico. Beresford visited his old home in England but once since coming to America. When Lord Beresford was in America two yean ago and visi>ted Mexico he did not even reply to De Laval's invitoticn to visit him. The will of the deceased provide that his remains t>e biiried in Ireland. Admiral Beresford has cabled ito Judge Lei^ Clark legal representative the deceased, to have the remains shipped to Minneapolis. He also wired to have the will o[k�nciy no disease that causes bo much physical and mental agony, or which so successfully defies medical a^d. AH danger from the grip, however, may bo avoided by the prompt use of Cham-lierlain's Cough Remedy. Among the tens of thousands who have tisfcU this remedy, not one caso nafi ivcr been reported that has resulted in pneumonia or that has not recover,vi For sale hy All Pruggists. . GIRLS CAME PROM CALOAtlV Two girls, Annie Mor'i'ton (>nd Lulu Crosby, who claini.Kl Ihn ^'v-x-gary police had given them tickets to come here, api>eare:-lc' with vagrancy. The M^tn-i^'ii i,>rl was ordered to gvtout >f tiie city, while Lulu Crosby;jvas xcnio'iMd ,o sixty days in the guard-'.jiui m Calgary. If what the , girls say is true, that they were given tlrkift* xu come here by the Calgary | ings, from 5c. to $1.50, are.^eap, save yon a lot of bother, anid'ptaase the chililren best. We also have a few Dolls. Apples by the box or barrel. Fresh Oranges, Bananas, Lemons, Grapes, Pears, Kuta; Can-dy, etc. Hot tea, coifee and choc-ouitea specialty. J. W. Kean &C4 Opposite P.O. 'Phone JW M.^..........MM.. Glazing ' Graining ^ I W.M.BARB1R. \ Painter and ;i Decorator ; Carriage Painting a specialty \ ; Kalsomining Paperbanging \ To think yoii have attained con-teBithient is to" Irae it. The only true happiness is the realiraitlon of your- failtiras, - and new efforts toward tha .still inore unaUainahle. SirW, P, Howland, died at Toronto, agM W�. lie was a number of is [the CcalHion govomawnt of Sir John; Maodonald and was once Lieutenant dovoraoraf Ontario. Two of bis sons bad 'bsca Mayor of Toronto- Hav� nothing to say about - the fauMa of other stores. There are en-ought of your own. Merita and prices must sell goods. It is the gcods alone thai the customer is interested hi. If. like the sluggard, you lie aslaap in bed Jn the nioming, when you shculd be up and doing, imagine each morning (s Sunday morning, and you can sleep'as late as you wish. Ycu Will wake all right. Find out, without rudeness, what your customer wants and >f yo^i a�, 11.00; vsspsrs, 7.80 p.m. Daily Ssrviees:-^ Mass 6.80 an. Patter VsB Ti^MB* Residential Lots in Blooka | J "G"and"P," Apply to | H.MACBKTM \ Real Estate and Inannnoa. When, .vou are ignorant of what tha customer wants to know, say so right off. Do nut guess at the truth but get the exact truth about what you are Helling and give it fair square to the man whose sonss to your d�or. ��a��r^ ;