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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 17, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta 5. " Mil i Sure Growth AT RELIANCE It will be one of the lending? Coal Mining Centres of All>er-ta A lot of money has lieeii invested ii\ a nio�lern plant. Fire clay has been discovered in extensive quimtities. and its use means that Rt-liunce will be a great industrial ctutre. RELIANCE LOTS Are now on the market. They sell from 150 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 Ot*t* Block LETHBRJDGE, ALBERTA -For further particulars. Double Your Money Here*s a chance for the Speculator to make a hundred per cent, before second payment it due. We offer land in section lots for $1 per acre down. Laud in less than section lots fl.50 an acre down. Jllberta Realty Co. Phone 141. C. R. DANIEL, Bianoger FOR THE BEST SERVICE IN LETHDRIDCE STOP AT THE HOTEL DALLAS! WE ARE ADVERTISED BY OUR SATISFIFD TPIFKES The Tired Man^s Comforter is a little roll of "weed" scarce tlve inches long, with the magic name "tobacco." Since JSaleigh's day the civilized world has share early hours of this morninK, Prince ADwrt Hamilton Spcctnlor: i liam (libson is running for ihj otnoe '"''n"*^"" ,i^t^t.^t -* �.� a ' f f>-,,,..in r f..,. f... ..1. ^ s'rnniB and vorv marked elTact u^jn ,��ef�at�J RosLhem at hockey by 6 to of Councillor for the Mllugo �f ! -Oh sa^d Mrs II I'l- The ganu) should have Wfen plny- iBeanusvillo. And that in as it should " J.^d sOoh a .ravlr 11^ I�^ '""^ hot the train did net bo. Mr. Oibson ha.s the lime to spare n^^^"- * '1^ 'arrivn till nrarlv mid niirht .nd th� ho h.� ability, experience nna good 1� l"^*- ^^'''^'B'.t up i^to rriv^ till noarlj n..d-n.ght .nd ch� business l;nowlcdge; and he is in a I ^^cn (.osition to Iv entirely independent. ^hoy aro.v*ltc%'er, and eventually tiii) I'rineo Albert nwn waro called from thair betl.i and tho game begun at 3 a.UL lioforu a scoitj of spectat- ui-jslerious i;nd invsislablo powei ac-comp'^n'wi tli'it prayer v hiclibri.ush; conviciiou of sin to ihoso thought -less youn^ people, and lod them to realize Ihoir need of a saviour. But straugo to .say, tha young nuvn wa-s no long.-r to \)c seen in -their miidst. j After a mcmenls surprise, tho old I ^^^'^ Brodie was probably themost g.nileman of the hou.sc who had call versatile tall player in tlio matter of WAY OUT OF DILEMMA. F.dmonon Saturday Vows:-"'.fesus never went to the theatre. And ha ' no\-er pta>v heading over tho Calgary Albcrtun's report of one j of tho mootlngs held by Crossley and Hunter, the evangelis'ts who are now hold ng forth in that city. Mr. Hunter's Rtafemtnt is likely true there are plenty of things which Christ never did but which goo^l Christians do every day. Because Christ na\ier attended a hockeymatch are ('hristians to be da'bai-rod from doing so? Christ did not have a'bank account so far as wo know, but a few years ago when a certain finan -cial ins-ti'tution collapsc\xn to heathendom. Mrs. Hastings is herself tha author of a book of over .'300 pages, entitled, "Pobtole* from the Path of a Pilgrim," which contains many marvelous answers to prayer, and which has had an im-men.'� circulation. excuses that ever dug spikes' into a diamond. As usual during the win -ler Steve was relating some startling experiences of tha diamond to a crowd of open motHhed listeners back in the home town. "It was thw highest hit ball I ea-or saw," declared Steve to a writer for the New York Evening World. "Willie Kcelor had met oria imdcr the Jjot-tom, and from whai^ I stood in wn-Ire field rt looked like a little liver pill. Ilighar and higher it went, and I Btartod to get under it. Just as I made tha second stoji my foot went into a gopher hole in the field and I was fastened. Try as I would I I couldn't i\;lcasc my shoe. "What did 1 finally do?" ha asked in astonishment that his listenorshad not heard of it. "Why, I simply reached down and ctit the laces on the shoe, then pulled my foot out and caught the ball." "Yes. that's ail right, Steve," remarked one of the timid townsfolk, "but whore did you get a knife out of your uniform?j' "Of course, of course," stammered Steve, seeing that he was caught, 'but I did not use a knife. "Well, what did you cut the string with?" "Why, you chump," replied Stove, "I used a blade of grass." E. Adflins announces to hit old friends and customers he has opened a Gen ral Lomber Business On Baroness Fca^, cat cf the Co \t Hou.e Plastering I Plastering! Plain and : : ; : Ornamental Plaattriag. J. A. SLADC. Lethbrk^e. EatloMtes Glvon. Give Him a Call. JAMAICAN LADY SPEAKS HIGHLY OK OHAMHERLAINS COUGH HEMEDY. Mrs. Michael Hart, wife of the superintendent of Cart Service at Kingston, Jamaica, West Indies Islands, says that she has for some years used Chamberlain's Cough Kenoedy cough and has found it y-ery beneficial. She has implicit confidence in it and would not be withoirt a bottle of it .n hor houvj. Sold by all drug -for coughs, croup and whooping gists. A moating of the Western 'anil.i Baseball League will be held in C il-gary on the 21st inst., for tlm i.ir-IJose of ari-anging a schadule o^nd other business of an 'mportart nat� -a STATE AND CHURCH IN KAR-MONY. OANOEItS OK A COLD AND HOW TO AVOID THEM. WALLACE & HOSELTON, Cigurs, Tobaccos and Pipes. More fatalities have their origin in or result from a cold than from any other cause. This fact alone should nvake pcoplo more careful as there .s no danger whatever from a cold when it is properly treated in the ba-ginning. For man- years Chamber-Iain's Cough Reniedy has been recog-niised as the most prompt and ef -feclual medicine in use for this dis-eaiin. It acts on nature's plan, loosens th� cou-^h, relieves the lungs, op tns the secriilions and aids nature in re.oard 'valks, an up-to-date creamery, a handsome >p�0> ious school, churches that the town may well be iiroud of, a skatingond curling rink costing upwards of three rasfting and how very trying it must ithousand five hundred dollars, apuibr have been for two so young and.un- jftc hall, an elevator, which has tho experienced to undertake the charge [reputation cf being fitted up in the of such a gatharing. When Mrs. H. most up-to-date manner, fire hallond arose to give out a hymn (iha one j Cpjuncil chamber in course of cncotion m ntioned above), siio notic�d' in tho 'clo/borate fire protection in the shape audience a young man whom she had | of underground storage tanks, fire wvar seen before. IFis countenance engine and appliances, and business was fair and very beautiful. Phen iof various kinJa numbering ninety-ths hyian had been given eut a tumt 'two. such OS a bar, half diannond, etc. The question of re-aliotting the brands, of which there arc now some 34,000 in existence u*as discussed at .length. It appears that there is at 'present no adeijuate machinery for the cancellation of unused brands, except a clause in tho old ordinance giv.ng power to cancel if evidence be procured that the brand has been discarded for two years. Such evidence is not easily o'lHainod and the Commission .decided to press on both Provincial Governments tha absolute ; necessity which existed fur more advanced liegislation in this respect 'Ibo idaa is to have all existing brands cancelled and then have a re-alloUmcnt for a term of four years. Such a scheme would lend to pre-I.�ss vent a recurrence of tlw present difficulty nhich confronts the Brand office olfioialH, viz., tho almost total exhaustion of legible brands. Many of tho brands issued under tho old Territorial regime arc not being UMid and through cancellation and re-al  lottment, the Brand Offlco would be put in poH8(�8ion of the reouired information rogardinii them. It is pro-pceed to have a registration feojl.v-cd in connection with the re-all>iti-mcnt. AGENTS SAVE MONEY NOW - - I ctiti St!!! you lots now ia Tal)or for $100, thai wiU b� selling nt $200 in u month's tJMlU. (i tut! Panning Land for sale il o. W. F. RUSSELL ..'hI |si.itc y 'ir aomi-mej'iot by any person wbo is famll;. ur anr m�lc ver IIT'Srs '( n4 off cc for ibe district In wbtcb tb� U�a Is �iluste. I'oe ta' 'ineatrader la required to pcrfsroi Ibe Ci ndit one con- ecled tberewltb uadar eus ef ihe fillcwliiK plana.: ). Ailtaai H a monttaa' realdeoee apoB ss* cuUtvati ID or toe land In cacb year tor tbrse reara. 2. If theralher(rnother, If tbe father IS deceaae.I) of tbe borne leader rt aucb ^ermiu lealding wub the fsitMr or  otbei. s. ir ti.e i-citler baabia renranenl rtsMesee ipon farmInK lai.d owned by biro In tbs Ttcis* lijrof biMbomestead, tbe resUlreocDU as IS renldence mar be astUfled b; rcaldence nyoa (be aald land. 81a monus' notice In wrltlnf abould be (!* Ill the CommlBHluner of Dominion Laolo at Ottawa pr Inteutlou to appljr fur patent. W.W.CiiRT. Deput? of tbe Hinlater of tbe Inlcrter. AT KEAN'S-Gmntl Display of CHIRCH DIRECTORY. WKSLEY JIKTHODIST CHi RCH Kcv. .1. E. Hiigh.son, U.A.. I'ustor. Sunday services at ll.y thi^ best maliere. Ennlish crae> xiTs, a swell line at 75e. and 86c. i^jt-r box. Our Suntn Clans stoek-.11^8, from 5c. to $1.50, are cheap, iiiv^AA AAA A A A A AAAAAAAi^^-^^ TOWN LOTS Residential Lotn Blocks "C* and "F," Apply to J H. MACBETH Real Estate and Insuronce. STRAVED $10.00 Rewsrd CATHOLIC CtlCHCB. Sunday Ssrvlees:~ Lew in�N, 8.80 a. n.; iilgli 11.00; vaspers, 7.80 p. m. Dally Services:- IIM 8.80 a.aa. fstasr Via TlgbfBh One dark boy fieWng, rising five years old, white star on face, branded ^^1^^^^ on left hip Also horses branded 7 CJ