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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 17, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta Let us commence right now to strengthen your eyes. Tho sooner l,hoy are looked after the ormicr they are to benefit, and tho sooner you'll ho relieved of all those unpleitsnnt results of overworked eyes Unit you experience. Our nriviee is 11 h  ;,;u \v  irin j; glas-UM as soon at possible. We are ready to give our service in th�* scientific r>xauiination and proper fitting of glasses, FKKK. Will you call today and make an appointment with G. R. Oren The Eye Specialist R. A. WRIGHT, THe Jeweler Phones 105 and lOb. FOWLER IS CHIEF. Appointed by Fire Brigade to Succeed Mr. Humphries. On Friday night last the fij'o brigade met and selected L. II. Fowtor as chief, subject t0 the ratification of the City Council In succosslon to A, 10. Humphries. All*. Humphries addressed the fol  lowing letter to tho brigade: 'In severing my connection with tho Ijcthbrldgu Fire, Department u.f-U'f savin yoats .service, live of,which have been spent as ihlef, 1 desire 'to express my regret that conditions have boon such that 1 could not see my way to do otherwise, uud I wish to lake this opportunity of expressing my thanks to the lne-mibors.'of the brigade for the staunch sup|>ort they have ulwuys given ui.\ thj obedience to orders In nil cases and tho 'good fellowship which has always prevailed between tne and the members of the I/'thhrlilffu Fire IVpnrtnipnt. My resignation was not due In nny sense to am ni'lsundors'tniKAmc with any of your nieinliers, but merely as a jirotesl. against the present ei|iiipm.-nt-as you know t tried for nearly a year to gel additional hoso and was lolil it was not retail ivjd, untl 1 ft\'l now that the hoso is ob-tunsl that the lime has arrived for an up-tc-date chemical and stable j lK-hlnl th" hall, with drop harness, j all conducive to a cpiick turn out. 1 1 haw every confidence In your fire, I wn-tfr and light committee for this ! year, and I have no doubt hut that j they will do all In their pewer to | bolter the equipment, j "In conclusion gentli'me* when you j H.'lecl your new chief, I would ask | Round - up of Prairie New9 Mrs. A. P. Burns, an estoemtod Modloine Hal lady, died last week. Charles Sanders, who died ait Maple Croak recently, left a will In which he left, $20,000 to the Maple Creek Hospital, and SI,000 to his servant. A newspaper Is to be established at Leavings. Horn at Maulcod, on January 2nd, to the wife of Mr. T. A. Powell a daughter. One hundred acres is to be udded to 'be ttty of Moose .law. The candidates In Uio Prlnco Albert, Sask,, bye-election are S. J. Donaldson, Conservative and A. Tin-, 'goon, Liberal. Premier Scott, of Saskatchewan, will inuke a trip to the Southern States as soon as his health per -mils, He will not bo present for Hie season of the Legislature. Plnehor Creek Is dissatisfied with ths census returns and will take a special census. Rogers - Cunningham Lumber Co., Ltd. ^Successors to George Rogers* �  i! Builders Supplies of Every Description Wholesale and Retail  Lumber Shingles Doors Windows Mouldings Lime Lath Building Paper Tar Paper Cedar Fence Posts The old Christie nflnc near Pincher fiwk Is now open and Mr. Hi Mistier is operating It and gC-^ng nut llw best, domestic coal In these parts . , ,. ,.. The coal Is sold for 82.GO per ton it you to extend to him the mi me cour- . . , , 'the inlnn nn;l after h&i.linu it ll' tcsies and obedient'.; and goou lei'i Phone 23. Lethbridge, Alta.   >  i i jllie mine and after hauling ! miles it is delivered for ?? ing which you have always given to mi', and ulwuys rnneiivlvr that the chief is only human and is Just as liable to err occasionally as any ono else-. 1 have received a very kind letter from the city council expressing their regret at my resignation and thanking me for my services to t!i>> city during my term of otllee. Trust ino; that your n?w arrangement j will >x� hiirmot.ious in yourselves and , , ... . , , ,. , Port Arthur, Jan. 10.-W. A. Pres- lo the best interests of I hi! city. , , , , , . , , .... ' ton was declared elected for tho dis- I A herd of two or three hundred 'antelope has l>een feeding west and j south of the city for about a week, it is travelling around with a herd of cuttle and has bev-n on both sides of the river.-Medicine Hat Times. -- � EAT COMKS XEKY HIGH. P. P. R. IV A BAD WAY (Frank Paper.) SEND YOUR MONEY lln-f Humphries also donated to | the brignil.; an excellint photograph j of himself, whi. h in tlinati,s ll was d-cided to erect a new plant costing upward'* of $800,000 to further develop th.' company's properly. N.j Hew others Were elected last e\.uing, as it was decided lo coti-1.1�>! at pi\'�.Mit with tliov; in power �tth.-n thisiiiew plant hus b�vn instul-IihI. the company w'.ll have un output of J .otitt tons eivry working day. trlct of Thunder Bay and Rainy Hl-vcr last night by Justices Tettiel and Anglln, by a nKiJority of 13. | 'lhe fight has been on in the court for two years and expenses have jtotallud up close to flfu- 10.-Hon. It. Lc*n-|ieux's bill for the prevention and wt-I tlemenl of utrlkes and iockcuts has : Iavii promoted. Its title is the Industrial Disputes Inwutigutiou Act, and upplies to strikes and lockouts Coup can positively I* stopped in m ft, |nin0f| o{ th(J put)Uc a,rvlce 2'nut.�. No vomiting-nothing to !u(llUi^ ^ truIM|lorttttloB COTO. s.cken or distress your child. A!,,,^ railways, ataainshlpn. tele-vw.vt. pleusnnt. and �if.- Syrup. ,%,ll j^,,,, ^ lvWphow ,iws> ^ aml c�l Dr Shoop'h Croup Cure. do.>s tho ..leclr|c |lKnlt W(llor |lnd work and does it quickly. Dr. Shoops l^jiy, (roup Cure is for Croup alone, re - j ,()urUs o|. Conci iaUon ftnd invml. m-mber. It d,x>s not claim to cure j^,^ nmy |w COMlituUd ono ^ a dozen uilmm.ts. It's for Hroup. ; ,jy tho ||ftrl|M lQ ^ ^ ^ that's all. Sold by J D l!i�in'oth 'nm & Company. OiU INDIAN FOPrLATlON (.Calgary AiNrtuni third by the two so appointed, orby the minister of labor. Full powvr* regarding summoning of wltnesse* are conlenvd on these boards. Until disputes have heon referred to the board and fully investigated, it is nuide un ollenco e-aher to lock out employees or for the men to go on strike. After \ho board has made its recommendations, tho parties are free to accept or reject its findings. I A special provision makes it an of-Uy lTiio. Inn there k.ncv for al)y person to incito others Alberta of IS. In (to decline or continue, a strike or lockout prior to or jiending a reference of a dispute to a board of conciliation and Investigation. It is iiuid.> an oiToneo for employers to declare a lockout simply because an wnployor employs a non-union man. | Are thj ludattit going backward in | Alboi'ta! I In all Canada, according to the r.'poft of ihr HilO, an incrons.) in th,000 i h nl of cattle j In Southern AUvrta the Iniliatfi 1 ure all encouraged to ruis*; cattle, j Pity the she Is having her troubles these days. The unprcccden-t�l weather throughout the territory ol the company has thi road pretty nearly crippleeration tweijt.v-|four hours, he said there wvtv a | thousand empires at Winni|>eg but lit was impossible to get tlu-ui wes�t to tile liLlnes owing to the weatlier, 'thj road everywhere l�oiug blocked by snow. On arriving here. Mr. Jam-leson found he had moix' trouble on his hands. The jard engine had lxvn sent to Hilcrest tc do some wosk end got stuck in tho snow. A freight engine was sent down to pull it out und that got stuck also and bath went deud Tho air in Mr. Jamie-son's neighborhood was slightly sulphurous wh.n. on top of all his other troubles, he heard that. 1ho engine had to be taken olT the snow plow to switch the Frank yard und generully to use th.- language of the railroaders, there was h^ll to pay. The situation the railroad was in as regards coal was shown by the fact that a nuiiilx.r of cars billed by th? Canadian-American company to points where people were short of coal, were confiscated by the railroad company because it .simply had to have coal and couldn't haul coal any i where els.; until it got some for its engines. I-nst ni^ni the fix the railroad officials found themselves in was worse than ever. A freight train got stuck in tho snow between Cowley and Pincher and went dead. There was no getting it out and tlm road was tied, up tight for the night Theoasthound passengvr was tied up here for tho night and the west was held the other side of the dead fmght. A big crew of shovell'-s and the snow plow left h re it an early hour this morning to ic'.ims" the freight and the officials had Kipo of getting the line clear sometime during the day. Since The I'm hr*. been settled th.m'o has i � > v !> -ii .1 blizzard Ix-fore that '.is cm* �!   much trouble for ihe nu'i.i.i '. ONE DIRECT HOL'TE IS 11Y BUV1NG A Knight's of Raymond Sugar I r I I I a trrocor s uuino untl i> H 113, und write JB ^��11 >Back to the Soil Because it is extracted right here in the West from Sugar Beet grown in the West and the Beet is conceded to be the healthiest form in which to "grow" sugar. FREE: A rt'itiiH? for making New England TolT�e. Mention your grocer's uuuio and Dept S&" Then, too, Knight's of Raymond is sweeter, purer und cheaper than any other sugur offered you. Yon need not take our word for it.............. BUY AND TRY Knight's of Raymond Sugar. It your grocer does not curry it, write for for triul sack )ND. - ALTA. % KNIGHT'S SUGAR REFINERY RAYMOND. Finish of the competition for the $135 Buggy ends this month. Metier buy your coal for the rest of the winter now and secure the cou|snis. You may get the buggy. Morrison & Dixon PHONE 179 when you need a CAB To go to tho s'ation or bring friends to your home. CARTING ALSO DONE. J. Q. Wiegand Ne xt door to Schweitzer'* OAKERY, IlKDPATH STREET. THOME 18l) MANITOHA'S TIP TO .U.MEUTA. OPERA HOUSE CANADIAN PACIFIC f AltMAN'UAY. Pl'M'Il MAKES A .JOKE. l.olKkn Cubic 111 New York Times. General Ulacksniithing and Horseshoeing. Now buggies to order, curriuge painting, all kinds of woodwork in wagons, windmills, fanning mills, erjmu ssimrators, grulu picklers, ldu:'s-smith coal. LETHBKIbGE. AUBEB.TA- 135.00 REWARD. Lost - Uay horao, branded V8 (inoiiofirani) left hip-J. E. IiO\V  SON, Medicine Hat. Punch cracks n joke ut the expense of Anii 1'iCtiiis la tins we.-k's is.sii.'. lb; shows un Anii'rican tuiirisi ,,n the Slinilllit lif YenllV ills, Willi two 1- lltf lifh worn n In th" buckground. "(ireat Snakes!" soliiMiUes ihp Anvricun. "It reminds mo if hall." "Sly dear," remarks ono of ll'.' English wuiiieii to h>r :i "how these Americans do travel:" (From the Claresholm Review.j -* i Mr. C. J. McClenaghun traveling ftgmnt for tlm International llurvos-tor Co. was h'ro on business lust wvwk. Tho rwcont heavy snows ha\-o caus-od much sufli'iing ainonfl; cattle on tho rangv. Mrs. A. C. Nash Is visiting in Seattle, Wash. Mr. J. Winipson returned to his lornu-T home in Ontario, last woek. Mr. ami Mrs. l'urlcy ant daughter ! of Idaho. ftr-j visiting Mrs. Farley's parents Mr. and Mrs. Parks, j Mr. J. H. Ainslio has goivi to Ivdth-bridge for a visit. j Tlw Therriault nvinos have cut down the/r vorking forco atout 75 : fwr cont on account of tho decroasod j demand for coal. Tlwy hud twenty men working thoro at ono time (WinnMx-K I'roc Press ) Manitoba farmers in the city tr-day, in speaking of the situation of range cattlo in Alberta, stulc�l that very largo numbers of th">se cattle could bu profitably wintered in this , province, if they could 1*' transport- | od hero by the railway company. ! Hay is plentiful in th) province and I choap. There is also � givat ubund-unce of straw, so that thousands of , additional cut-tie could be wintoivd at very liltlo cost to the piwiiie... The farmers of tho province ure also in a position to buy th-i cattlo and could make a handsome protH on it'heni in tho spring of the year j Tho impression among the "'II in ;formed farmers in the city today was that tha western raii'hes might suffer considerably hx\ coiise<|iiene�' t)f tho doop snow lying on the western '.plains and thj formation of a crust jon tho surfaiii of tho soow. Horses Friday, January 18 -o- The Roscian Opera Company in the Laughing Success, ) Western Excursions SINGLE FARE Plus $2 for the Round Trip -TO- Vancouver, Victoria, Westminster, Nelson, Rosslitnd, Knslo, Saudou, G rand Forks, li reenwood, Midway. Knderby. Arinstrong. Vernon, Ke, lowtia, i'eachland. Summerlnnd and l'eiitictidi. B.C. Tickets on Sale February 1, i! and '1, 11107, good to return within three mouths. The Moran mine, which was shut |nnd hheep are ablo to break through Final nppeuranco of the KosHhibI for two venrs. I down for .operation- a few days lias resumed TAKE NOTICE. this crust, and by pawin3 g*H at the grass bon-oath. but tlw cattlo aro unablo to do this and static in con-soquenco. lion. John Sharpies, O' Ql .-bee succeeds tlvu late Andi-ow Thomson, | w tuesldent of the Union Bank. Cut th.s out and take it to any drug stora and get a freo samplo of C'h'inil.erluln's Stomach and Ivivcr Tablets. Those tablets aro far superior to pills, being easier to take and | more pleasant in efloct. Thoy correct j disorders of the stomach, livor and bowels. During the yoar tho �p�c� dovot*d to advertising MINAHD'S UNI-MEXT will contain oM^ressions of no uncertain sound from people who speak from personal expericnee as to the merits of this host of Household Remedies. Tor ar.y disease of the skla we can recommend Chamberlain's Salvo. It relieves the itchinj and burning sensation inBtantly aud soon effects a cure. Th's salve is also invaluable for sore nipples. Sold by AH Drug -! gists. Seats on sale at Drug Store. iliginbotham's Usual prices. Last year tho penitentiary population of Canada was 1:107. There were 179 paroles, 80 pardons, 17 deaths. Ei/ty-six convicts are serv -ing lifo sentences. iFire Brigade, . For Expert Piano Instruction by a�i artist from New York City or the services of Harper's Professional Orchestra (if Trn Players, go to The Lethbridge Conservatory of Music. J.GEO. HARPER, . ;