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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 17, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta Sure Growth AT RELIANCE It will be one of the tattling Cool Mitring Centres of Albor-ta A lot of money has I icon invested in n modern plaut Fire clay has been discovered in extensive quantities, and its use means that Reliance will be a greut industrial ct litre. RELIANCE LOTS Are now on the market. Tbey soli from $50 to �1300 a lot, according to location. PRESS GRINDINGS 10 PER CENT. DOWN GETS YOU A LOT And ten per cenf. n month will handle othpr payments. One of the best opportunities to invest your money and reap big returns. Reliance is bound to grow. Write or call on - T. �. PATTESON Ott. Block LETHBRJDGE, ALBERTA -For further particulars. Hamilton Spectator: Svnalor William (KliNon Is running for tlu ofltec of Councillor for the villugo of IWttmvillo. Atl;l thu is as it should he. Mr. liibson has the lime to spare ho has ability, experience nn t goad business 1 now ledge; and ho is ii\ a i ||Hisitlon to lv entirely independent. Ilo is Just tho nmti to transact tho business of tho village pivp.'rly, iml it is n very groat pity tint there a no not twonty-two similar men noinln-B'totl in Hamilton. There is n> man too good to servo in the City Council, nnd It Is wife rtunntc that a groat many good men in this city are, apparently, not aware of that fact. I Kdmcn on Saturday Vows-"Jesus never went to th.' theatre. And h:i never pla.wtl cards, says ICvonjelist Hunter." This is tlu> heading over tho Calgary Algerian's report of one of tho meetings held hy Crossley and Hunter, the evangelists who nre now hold n$ forth in that city. Mr. Hunter's Platoon nt is likely true but ;thoro are plenty of things which i Christ never did hut wh'.ch good Christians oiih\I to pitvy .straight up Into �' f\ veti.' and every SPORTING GOSSIP PLAYED AT EAHLY IIOUK. Prince Albert, Jan. a.-In Umj early hours of this morning, Prlnco Albert defeated ltosliiern at hockey by 0 to 1. The game should have b5en played last night, bot the train did noi Arrive till nearly mid-night and tho When Hi* pmyw was ended nom�> b^itn wished to postpone till they arose Horn tluir kn-vs, ,thl8 evening. Hoslhorn did not �M� faoe was bathed In leur* a'1� remain, ho&ovcr, and eventually Double Your Money Here's a chance for the Speculator to make a hundred per cent, before second payment* b due. We offer land in section lots for $ 1 per acre down. Land in less than section lots $1.50 an acre down. Alberta Realty Co. ! Ing. Card playing may l�o turned to |ovil purposes, but so may any other amusement. Wh> J-houId it be condemned in itself? Why should all the good games be loft to the Devil? To the majority who indulge in it., it is a perfectly harmless source of re -creation. I^-t Mr. Hunter attack the gambling card player n.>t the gnmu Itself. As for thj lhatre it also is tho scuroo of wholly innocent amusement. It has been the means of has been the means of bringing ninny bright hours into otherwise dull and dr.ary lives but it has dune more than this. At its best it is a groat educator. Why should we discouraye it. simply ixnause in some instances It exerctswt a demoralizing influence? The remedy is not to blot the theatre as an institution, but for those who prefer dciriiey to rilmldry and uncleann 'ss to support thoso plu>s : which are ubovv reproach. mysterious mill Irivsiftlablo powei ac-corupnii'ed that prayer v hictthrv,u,nhi coi^ let iun of sin to 1lio.se thoughtless youn^j people, and led Uioiu to realize tho.r net\l of a saviour. Hut Htrango to say, tho young man was no long t to lie seen in their mtidst. After a inciiienl's surprise, the old g.ntIonian of the house wlio had call ed tho meeting together askcxl onj of the young men what had become of the stranger who sung and prayevl In repij Uw yougg man said, "1 watched him whi e ho was praying, and when I looked again ho was gone." "What makes it seem all tho more perp.e\:ng,'' said Mrs. II. "was that ewry door was closed, every window was double-sashed, and the snow was so deep that it was piled half 1 w'uj up the win lows, and there was no possible chance of anyenj leav - ' nj without bc.ng observed." | "The event," continued Mrs. 11. became talked about all o\er th,� neighborhood; tlu meetings from that mrnngv lioginn'ng were ccniin- lu.d. and ih> greatest revival evvr | known in that part of the world wa� the result." I 'Iho writer was well acquainted ! with both Mr. nnd Mrs. II. L Hastings, having been employed in their publishing house for several months. ;Their publications have got*! to all parts of tin- Christian world, and ewn to heath mkIoiii. Mrs. Hastings | is herself the author of a book Ol 'over .HJO pages, entitled. "Pebble* from the Path of a Pilgrim," which contains many marvelous answers to prayer, and which has had an im-tnensv circulation. j'Uto Prlnco Albert men wore, called from their beds and tho game begun !ui ii on. a.in. Iwforo a scorw of special - E. Adams announces to his old friends and customers he has opened a Plastering! Plastering! Plain and : j Ornamental Plastering. J. A. SLADt, Lethbridge. JAMAICAN LADY SPEAKS HIGHLY OK CI1AMHEULAIS S CUL'dll REMEDY. Mrs. Michael Hart, wlfo of tho superintendent of Cart Service at Klng-jslon, Jamaica, West Indies Islands, I says that she has for some years us-|ed Chamberlain's Cough Uemedy ! cough ami has found it very beneficial. She has implicit confidence in it | and would nut be without a bottle of lit .n her homu. Sold by all drug-(or coughs, croup ami whooping gists. WAY OUT OK DILEMMA. - Steve Hrodie was probably themost versatile ball player In tho matter of excuses that ever dug spikes' Into a diamond. As usual during the win -tor Steve was relating some startling experiences of the diamond to a crowd of open mouthed listeners back in tho home town. | "It was the highest hit ball I ever Raw," declared Steve to a writer for the New York Ewnng World. "Wil-jllo Keeler had met on: under the tot-torn, and from where 1 stood in cot jtro field H looked like a litllo liver 'pill. Higher and higher it went, and I started to got under H. dust as I inuide tho second step my foot wvnt Unto a gopher hole in tho field ami I 1 was fastened. Try as I would I 'couldn't ivlease my shoe. | "What did I finally do?" h3 n�ke>d J In astonishment that his llstenershad 'not heard of it. "Why. 1 limply reached down and cut the laceo on 'tho shoo, then pulled my foot out nnd caught the ball." "Yes. that's ail right. Steve." remarked one of tho timid townsfolk, "but where did you get a knife out of your,uniform?]' "Of course, of course," stammered Steve, seeing that he was caught, "but I did not use a knife. "Well, what did you cut tho string with?" "Why, you chump," replied Stove, "I used a blade of grass." A mwtlng of the Western '.\ivil.\ Hascball Ix-aguc will be held in C il-gary on the iMst Inst., for tint i-.�r-pose of arranging a sihxlule and other business of nn 'mporlarI null "j Gen ral Lumbsr Business On Baroness Tcac*, c: t the Co \\ Hoi.*e Est I ma ton 01 von. SAVE MONEY NOW - - 1 ciin Hell you tots now in Tr for $101), thnl will b* selling at $200 in a month'* tinit'. Funning Land for sale (J km ll o. Give Him a Call. Get the Pbctc Habit -IT'S A GOOD ONE- BUT GET IT NOW, BEFORE THE USUAL W. F. RUSSELL ! it.it..- Atf.'tit Tnbor. Alt*. 3 MOKE T. Lethbridge Belle Havana Smoker W. HANRAHAN MANLKACTfREB c HOICE AN DIES AKES K EST READ UNS STATE and CHI ItCH in 1LVH-MONY. DAXUEUS OK A COLD ASD UOW TO AVOID THEM. More fatalities have their origin in or r.*ult from a eo'd than from an\ other cause. *lh.s fact alone should make l>co|do more careful as there .s no dangor whatever from a cold when it Is properly treated in the bo-1 ginning. Kor man years Chanilier-lam's Cough Hcnu-dy has been recognized as thu most prompt, nnd effectual mcdirlno in use for ihi� ilis-jeano. It acts on nature's plan. Iooh-!rns th� coU;.h, relieve*, ihe lunss. op |ms the secntions and a'ds nature in 'roxtorlnjj the system to a healthy | oondt on. Sold IV *H I'ruggists. ' j -o- I A Prayer Meeting Episode ! Denver, .Inn. 8 - Hev. Dr. Henry A. lluchol, chaneollcr of I>enver un-! Iverblty, was inaugurated as gowr - ; ^nor of Colorado today, and for tho ; j first time in the history of the state i the inauguration took place in the' church. In deferenco to tho gover  J ' nor's wishes, the oath cf olllce was ! n�Im n'st.-i\xi to him and he delivered : his addri-ss to tb: legislature in Trinity M tho.list Church, which ho aided '.largely in building uhile be was pastor. The governor concluded his address with a prayer, fol'owexl by tho I hold's prayer, in which many of tho 'audionco joined. I -4-- ! NEW ll\UY IS A HEAVY OXE. The Calgary llaselall Club at lis organisation meeting d.'dded tomake thu stock SrtO.Otit), and put 82S.000 on the market, of which S1,.">00 has already bwn subscrilx>d. There will il* 200 shorn* at ?25 each. | The now manager appointed Is I". P. Thyme of Lowell. Mass. The team | wilt meet and report at lloston on jApiM is. and will on th-ir wwy up 'to Calgary play exhibition games in New Hampshire, Vermont nnd Massachusetts, arriving in Calgary on May 118, in time to play Edmonton on the 20th. * It was decided tc send a uuin to ; IJoston to accompany thi? team nnd ho will in connecticn with th.- IOO,-000 club distribute advertising matter and talk of Calgary. It wan also decided that no gambling whatever will be |-t me u-ll you a reinarkalile story I h:-ard Mrs. H. L. Hnslings, wifj of the late editor of ih- llostcti Christian, ndate on-' morn ng as no were about to cnKiiKe 'n fam-ly v.oi-sh.p. Oitening upon a certain hymn in "Songs of I'llgriniage," there was brought to her mind a strange Incident winch oecumsi in th..- da., s of her girlhood away up anions lh� h Us of New llainph-hlre. When sho was but H> .\ears old. she and h.-r riki.t. who was a coupla oi yiars her senior, wits askud by a n I.. hbor nnd his wiie to take charge of n mooting which they w-.-ro alout to have convened ut th'ir own hou.se. i After considerable hesitation, Mrs. | H. ai>d her Hist.-r finally guve th.-ir ] coni.nt to do what th y could to i jward leading tho meeting in prospect j It was a very godless neighborhood j by which th> tnbrre MClO'i o Domlnlen La. 1 In M itmoba. �����tch. w�n tn4 Iberia ociplnc 8 an ia not tt tiitl, , � jom-Bici'ifO oy mjr person who la kxi ntof o c quarlrr eclloa �f Ifl� acrif*. mure ur len-�, Kn'r; tntiMi be nude ptT�ona'ly at lb* total i-ml olt cc fur .he district In which th� laar rt other. If the lath*f la deteanc 1) of Ibe borne trader r aid** uooa a farm In .be tlclMK of 'be laud catcicd fur Ih* .rqnlrerienii a* I" rmldence ma b� aai.aaed t>i auch tenxm icaldiiiK wiih the father ur  olhci s. If II e tcttler haabl* i eriranent r lis. Apph's by the box or in I Fnsli Oranges. Bnnnnaa, . moiis. tinn-fs. PoarB. Nuts. Can-iv.cfi'. Mot tfii, cotrou nnd choc-olnti'U spiciuliy. The Tired Mans Comforter is a little roll of "weed" aenrce riv�� inches long, with thu niugic name "tobacco." Since Kult-igh's day the civilized world has Bhured the is tho supply of eigura,.,. TWINS HO UN DAYS APAItT. Appl.'tcn, WiH . dan. 0.-Boy fw.ni iliorn 12 juvdiial nnd surgical fW>!d and which n '\r�r has Iwn parallolotl so far oh ! I n >un in this vicinity, i Tim fust child wa>. horn normally, |iin.l 12 tli.vs lat.'r tho attiiidinK 1 hv-iscinn. l�r. Saiinih.TinX, was called to th- horn* a,'iiin. Umk-rstamlinK tii.ittcis, ho suninioncd Vr. II. L. Itns.-nl iTry, and the k''p>nd birth to Mrs II.MiiKtn lira^iT ljllo\'\var. jmuy well be jiroud of, a skat inland curlnu rink costing upwards of thre� thousand live hundred dollars, a pu&ir Kc hall, an elevator, which has tho reputation cf being fitted up in the mem up-to-rlivto manner, fire halland Cpuntll chamber in course of erection elaborate fire protection In the shape of underground storage tnnks, fire tnglno and appliances, and business of various kinJs numbering nix�ty-two. Soskatchttunn, aid'ointtd by the rv-rpectivc govvi'iimcniu of tho two |>ro-\ iniros, mot in Me�licinc Hat last wvok for the purpose of inni>ccting and passing upon twen-ty-flva new | brand* wl.Uh it is proposed to issue. ^ | The Commission approved of thj | system bong followed of uniting two 1 lottcrs of the alphabet and a design ! such as a bar, half diumund, otc. | i The (luesiion of re-aboiting the brands, of which tho re are now some vi 1.000 in existence was d.Bcusse\l at length, it appears that there is at 1 present no adequate machinery for the cancellation of unused brands. \ except a clause in tho old orvAnurn'o gh-ng power to cancol if evidence be | procured that Hie brand has tieen ' d.warded for 'wo years. Such evidence is not ittnily obtained and the CoinJiilBsion decided to press on both Provincial Governments thj absoluio necewitity which existed for more ad-Ivanced legislation in this respect, 'lhu id;-a is to have all existing brands cancelled and then have a re-ttllovinunl for a term of four years. Such a scheme would tend to prevent a recurrence of tho present dif-which confronts the Uiand of-10 covered tho  flc# olllcials, viz... the almost total Hiettler; today exhaustion of legible brunds. Man> nearly one] of tho brunds Issued under tho old Territorial regime are not bclnr; u�od and through cancellation and ri>ul  lottmont, tho Brand Olllco would be put in |K>ssession of the required information regarding them. It is pro-pesed to have a registration feot 0.x-td in connection with the re-alloit-ment. oight. Prayer Meeting. Wi^ine�dnys. nl 8.on Junior league Fridays at 1.15. J. W. Kean Sl Co OpiKisit.. I\ O. Thont 98 .(IUOWTII OK ON K WEBTICHN TOWN. Si.-tilvr. A'.tn., Indeiiendv-nt: Ijohs i than twelve vhoi'l months s-inco aivdjflculty !a small shack 1 I by nt(rs po|iuIutioh of | we fcttve a population �>f nearly one j thousand Inhabitants, graded streets 'Ions Birotch.'B of board 'valks, an up-to-date creamery, a handsome spacious school, church/s that the tovn BAPTIST TABICHNACHE Hev. \\m. Held. Pastor. (Residence, Amos Harrison's. ) Sun>:lny Her vies at 11.00 a. m an 7 .'10 p. m. Suoday School and Bible t'lass at ;i p.m. Prayor meeting Wednc�t1ny avininc at 8.0f� o'clock. Ladles' Aid Tuesday afternoon at 3 80 p.m. KNOX PHPHPH (Pie*b.\terUn.) ftnv A. M. Oordon. Mlfrfstr*. '4ui*tny Her vice* at 11.00 a. re an I 7 .'10 p. n�. ��iiird�.v Rchool at R 00 p. m Prayer Mooting every Wedremdai evening at B Oft o'clock. >�>�>�> * Gliizing Graining W. M. BARBER. Painter and Decorator Carriiig.' Painting a specialty Piles get quick relief from Dr. Shoop'a Magic Ointment. He member its made alone for Piles- and it works with wtainty ami aatlsfac  tion. Itching, painful, protruding, or blind pile* diasppaar Hka magic by iu uat. Try it aud atwl BT. AUHl.'STIN'E'B CIIUHCH. (Anglican) Itev. J- 8. Chiv�rs, A.K.C., H�ot>r Hev. David Jonas, U. A., AsaeAa.u Matins at 11.00 a. m. Sunday School at a.00 p. m. Bvoneong at 7.U0. Celebration of Holy Commuilon:-tt Sunday in the month, 8 �. m (Plain), and II a. in. (Choral.) Br�l Sunday after Matins. OUiei Bun- days at U.80 am. Dally Matins and Evensong al 0 fll a.m. and 7.80 p. in. 8T. MAHVS MISSION. (No. 8.) Suiiday School at 8.00 p. nv Evensong at 1.80 p. ro. Knlsoiniiiiim PnperhaiiKing  ##Mfv##**tAS*a444aAAA itown lots! Ri�i(leutial Loti-  Blocks C" and "F," Apply to H. MACBETH Retil EstnU' and Insurance. strayed $10.00 Reward Ono dark bay ReldinR, rising five years old, white star on face, on left hip CATHOLIC CHUHCn. Sunday Ssrvfces:- Low maaa, 8.80 a. m ; high mm, 11.00; vaspsra, 7.80 p m. Dally fiervloca:- Mass  110 a an ratBer Van Tlglaina. branded Also horses branded 7 lj left hip, 15.00 per head. i Address, John Cave, | Lethbridge P. O. ! Range, Chin Coulie and viciuitj. OB BooM Ike Poultry Fair lo fc$ h*ld M�t F�brwty. 8979 ;