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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 31, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta Kootenay Fruit Land The Famous Prize Fruit District of British Columbia. THERE IS MORE MONEY IN FRUIT than in wheal or stock. Delightful occupation, tHJoyable surroundiuj^s, ideal climate. COLUMBIA GARDENS is irrigated lands, and the only irrigated land in British Columbia where no charge is made for water. Pare uiountain water conveyed free to every block. COLUMBIA GARDENS is the only irrigated tract in British Columbia that is located on railway. Daily train service both ways. COLUMBIA GARDENS is farthest south and lowest altitude ensuring freedom from spring frosts. IRRIGATION MEANS WEALTH. KOOTENAY CLIMATE MEANS HEALTH. DESIRABLE FRUIT LANDS are rising rapidly in value nil over British Ooluuibia. Now is the time to buy a home in thislandof Opportun.tyandDelifiht, of Health and Happiness, of Sunshine, Fruit and Flowers. Write or call on - T. E. PATTESON Ot*t* Block LETHBRJDCE, ALBERTA -For further particulars. Double Your Money Here's o chance for the Speculator to make a hundred per cent, before second payment* Is due. We offer land in section loLs for $1 per acre down. Land in less than section lots 11.50 an acre down. Jllbeiia Realty Co. Phone 141. C. R. DANIEt, Manager FOR THE PEST SERVICE IN LETHBRIDGE STOP AT THE [hotel DALLAS I WE ARE ADVERTISED BY OUR SATISFIED FRIENDS j STORIES^ COJ.. SAM ypl'^KLE M.AKES A jirr." TOKONTO'S MILLION.VIUES. tTororeto Saliintfty SiKl't.) I Crave and Gay .(.Vlchison OloTv.) . Colon cs Shoukl Ihxv;' lioen C'oiisull- I oil ill South AfriCiUi i-^cttloinoiu. j U Is our pui-posi! in this article to I---- iuuniciatc tlit- woalthy men c( Toiou- .\ I/i!ii(lon oiililc ik'-iii-ali-h .saysi: to. Wc limy not include all. untJ wo "\Vy all lA't".i and wo may bo pardoivad if anyone owrlookcd. In a short intar/iew the other day witih a genllcnian who i� dinner shows that h^.- has (lUalities j an old resident of Toronto, ai.'l  uc Ijeyonjjl'' tTi'at of a nieiv fight hold hi.s h^^arors spell- ______ _ _ ________ bo'i'md fly'a rpilot,' hoiih.'l,\- narrative ! citizens. \Vc> give only tho raiiics ol which''weiit to "Ih? very ' corb of tho,those ibclii'vcd to N? worL-i naif a who takes a keen interest In tncn ol afVftirs, wo give tho followin-^ . womati i.s as proud of her love affairs as a man is :is.i.inwd of his. Imperial Forcts." and I will try and recall'sonic of the suliont points of Africa. aiiJ -1 have' ju.s-t coma tack now,"' fiaidllio coiont'l, "and they v.l.ll Ijo all rigivt if Lliey arc only left ulouj. Tinkering with anvthing is a It is almost as difllcult for i.. t.u- dan^rous thin-, and changes every band to please tho neighbors it is j ^^^.^ g^,^.,^ .matters as forhim to please his wife. If he � ; ,,,^,,ni,,^Lion will ruin anvthing. I very devoted to his wife they say he alongside the army in South is 'soft" and if ha isn't, he's a brute, j^jy gj-j^jj-^^^^lj "The Imperial forces arc all right Women are impres.sed with the reckless extravagance of men wh.'n they note how little a man cares wht^lher he pays tea dollars for a purchase or nine, ninelyn>ight. . He I million and upwarilcl lie too numarous to mention. TciTuto, although a wcelthy city, has not �x gi-caL many millionaires. It seems to bo foi'tunatc that tho divison of wealth liero isi of better proportions than many cities across tho line. We have a great U5any citizens whose incomes range from 810,000 to 830,-000 a year, and many thousands who receive from 82.000 to .5,000. Tho poor ara of small proportions General Lnmbei Susiness On Bareness Road, east of the Coi Tt House For Expert Piano Instruction by an artist froiii New York City or the scrvice.s of Harper's Professional Orchestra of Tun Players, ro to The Lethbridge Conservatory of Musie. J. r.EU. HARPER, - Director SAVE MONEY NOW - - from South Africa whjiv I livod in . as coniiHired with many cities tha the hou!5cs of men-and very good I i>.e of Toronto. The list, with cs-fellows, indeed, thuy are-who fought /tiinoitcs of vx'olth, 'is ttPI>endod: Give Him a Call. A man with a lot of nion^y ma.v not bo very popular, but he is a big help to the community. If a man has no ability, and no industry, no amount of goodness till make him a successful man. Women who claim they can marry any man tnej' want to. occasionally exhibit mighty poor judgment. M'hon a woman can't think of anything else to say of her rival, she will say, "Mercy, doosn-t she begin to look old!" us ut Coleuso. L/adysmith and other places. Captain Krugicr, for instance �ho has just come back from serv  ing with the Oeriuans in East Af  rica, iioor a.s ho is, has no niniin.'r .li doubt nov as to the immen-sc .su lor-iority of tha Uritish soldier. He saw onr lighting at Coicnso, ,.i!ie(. ; Bioy, iMaj(u-same Uritish thj Manning nutate, Cawthra estate, A. E. Kemp, M.I'.; Wm. Dttv-ies, Josaph W. FlavcUc. S75O,00O-U. Christie, Eugene Vou can s,v olinost cvaryonj in church on Sunday except the girls who work in down town stores and oflices all week. They arc at homo washing their hair, darning stock -fngs, making new fhfrt waists, and cleaning their work-day clothes. The preachers should i-oally lot tha wicked men alone for a time while they go after the girl who works down town all week and si^iys at home from church on Sunday. It's a Pleasure to Light One of the far-fiimed El Anibar Cigars -pleasure in anticipation, realiza-tiou and recollection. For the El Ambar is a cigar of merit any and every way a smoker considers it. Made of pure Havana filler, Havana binder, and Havana wrapix�r. It's a wonder to most lovers of tb^ weed that it sella tor 12^o. WALLACE & HOSELTON, Citmrt, TobaccoB and Pipea._ LABOR UNION UAXX. A Prasbytertan mission is to Mtablishod at Hodic'ino Hat. be ' A r�w iU��rt� are #1111 opwi tor tha! _ iVm �w� of 01ub�. Podicw. tc. Iiiii Bank ot Comnseroo is adver - $h� iwr' t*bor UBl�a H�ll, fprn^ly '"^ tenders for a now buiW- taown.AS tlM Smpip Club. PmrUe�\Medicine Hat. gt^-r^MlMH* of i�ntii� abovf will ad-{ ' Hondorson's directory peopio ea' ^'^^'**R. J. BALOUY. Bex tiniat� Winnipeg's 130,000. : populaAion at soldier to be a lino, active kcvcn man lO'Ktele, Sir Henry M. Pellatt, E. R. an;! highly inte-lligx'nt, and from what;Wood. John Waldie. Wiliiom Mulock. I saw and l^now of him I can .say \ SiiOO.OOU-W. U. Ilcatty, Fiwlerick s.ay that ho wa.s aiKl is so. We h'lva ' Xicholls, RaLiisrt UavteH, Elias Rog-Cn. the South African ccn-ftabiilary jers. Kdwaru Gurle.v. .J. K. MeKee. (our or live thousand of thc-m. and , Hol>t. .taWray, Fred. Wyld, Jchn no one could wish for better men. JRoss Uobertson, Lieutenant- Oover-C'ohn J3ull gits hi.s eyes open when nor Clark, W. J. Oatfe, Ryrle Bros., he goes abroad and whon he figivts ho I Abo Orpen. fights properly. .\ntl that is as true ' of the Uritish navy as of the army. I am the sun of a captain of \hi 1 Royal Navy, who. strange tc say. j fought under Nel.son. My father was 'one of th-' last tncn lanMed in a hos- BUT T. W. HANRAHAN M.V.N'LFAUTb'REB GET IT NOW, BEFORE USUAL CHOICE B EST READ UNS RUSH I A Wl.NMl'KU ISCIDENT AT A COWUOY DANCE. Git your Utile sage h'ns. ready. Trot 'cm out upon the tUor. Lino up there', you cusses. Steady! Lively now! One couple more. Shorty, shed that old .sombrero; Uroncho, dcu.su that cigarette; Stop yer cusisin", Ca.simoro, 'Fore the ladies. Now, all set. S'lutc yer ladies. .Vll together. Ladies oppos'ite the same, H'it the lumber with yer leather. Ralance all an" swing yer dame, litm.h the heifers in ihj middle, Circle stags on' do-.w-do, Pay attention to the fiddle. Swing her round, an' off ycu go! FirBt four forward. Dack to places. Second foUer. Shuffle back. Nov you've got it down to cases. Swing 'ciM till thair trotters crack. Gents all rifelit a heel an' toein' .Swing 'em; kiss 'em. if' you kin. On to next an' keep a-goin', Till yo' hit yo. pards ag'in. (Toronto Saturday Night) Tile la.st .sossicu of tho pivscnt leS-tilc manner on the coast of Franca j islatiire of Manitoba was opened on ;iro!n the .Vrelhusu. It seems .strange i but it wont .sedu so .s'lrangc if I I say that J have a brother S7 years ' oldto- dinn.-r joined �th_'m. An orchestra rend-'red delight ful music, the ballroom was opened and an iiiforuual dance was given. A hiuiiorous incident \n connection with th:; oiK�ing of tho legislature was the appearance of '"Archbishop " Seraphini and two of his followers, or Archimandrites. Seraphim is the .self-styled Archbishop of the Iiulepen-dmt Greek Orthodox Catholic church uh.ch hje has organized in the city. do you want The BEST Typewriter ? Then buy a Smith City Bakery r. C. CocKe, Prop. Sjnopsis or Canadian North-West HIMESTEAD KEGULATIONS. ^remier It is the BEST, were Canadian.s. Vet so tender were ' bUiilding an edifice of scrap ironwbich these mrthwcst men with the women i� one of the wonders of tha d'.ly. Gents to centre; ladies round 'em. |�nil children that in every town the: Ho holds up cveiy visitor to his Form a basket. Balance all. ipro\ost maisliall .selected us to do church for a doftation anJ oHersthiMn Whirl your gals to where yo' found police work. He hod many north a drink of abomdnablo wine. He em. I we&t mounted i>olico oflicers, of divnscs peculiarly and knows no Eng- PromEnade around the hall. ! course, aim nj us who uncler-stood ^ li.sh nnd is really causing some mirth Balance to yer parda an' trot 'ent i^ow to nKiiiitain law aiid order, and in Winnipeg. The faouao had Ijecn op-Round the circle double quick, ; l-!i� provo.st niar.^hals told ma that cnod, tho governor loft, and tho Grab on' kiss 'eni while you've got soldicis wore more oixlerly and speaker was in the chair whin 'His .'regular in their contluct nor better Groce" onteivd. Premier Roblin and jai;lc to do police work than ware! Hon. Rcl>ert Rogers were introduc-ithe Canadians in South .\frica." ing a new memlx'r when Seraphim And so Colcn 1 Steele went on Lppearwl in the door and folIowctoniach and Liver Tableia. Those iabUtts aro far superior to pill*, bef ig easier to take and mora pleaHtnt Jti sffoct. Thoy correct diflordars of till �toiBack,.liver and bowels. \^ "Before wo can sympathlia with others wo must have sufTered our  salves." No ono can realize tha suffering attendant upon an attack of the grip, unlc&H ha has had tho act -ual experience. There is probably no disca.so that cau.ses so much physiciil and mental agony, or which so auo-ressfully dolics medical n.d. All danger from tha grip, howewr, may be avoided by tho prompt use .*f Chamberlain's Cough ltemo-!i(vor. d For sale by All Druggists. MINARD'3 LlNmBMT DIPHTHERIA. CURES cd in gold braid and silk sitroamers, .such as never adorneJ any Canadian dignitary, and hi; followers weci dressed in a similar style or regardless grandeur. Tho sergcunt-al-arms moved thooc-clesiawtics buck a few scats in tinto to allow the inini�tei"8 to have thoir own places, and when tho ho^iso ad-iourno�d a few nvinutes later all tho cabinol ministers approaching '"His Grace" and cxtcndc�d tho convplinints of the season. Hero, then. Is n new hierarchy to deal with. DANOEHS OF A COLD AND HOW TO AVOID THKM. More fata� ^ � have thoir ori|^in in or result from a cold than from any other causa. This fact alono shouM make people nioro caroful aa thoro .s no danger whatever from a cold when It is property treated In tho beginning. For many yours Chamberlain's Cough Rented}- haa been recognized aa the moat prompt and af -fectual medicine in use for thia dia-eaao. It acta on natuno'a plan, loo�-cna the cougb, ralievea the lungs, op-ena the aecretlona and �Mh nature in rtMlorlng the aystom to a boklthy condition. Bold by All Prugglata. O. P. Graham, llrockvillo, hasboon selected as leader of tha Liberals in t!io Ontario Lesislatur:'. HERALD PTG. CO. AGENTS CONTRACTS FOR WOOLS. Twonly-t)iie Cents Already Paid This Year for Some of tho Clips in Utah. \NY I ren n.iinbprc'i Mention o l.)oin(iiton Lai di ill M.iiitioba, SseUdtcticwan Iiii4 Alberta e^cipiiii); 8 ant uot re erred, may ne aoinoBica'leO by any person wbo IH *h.i HOC held of rt fiunily. or any iiMle over 18 yearn ifHKe. t.> the rxt ill or U'.uiiuarter Mecilun of lan acre*, more or lesi. Eirry aiuHt be made prr.tona'ly at the toeiil lanU off ce for itie district In wbtch tbe Uiii) U hiiate. The h'inegtrailer Is required (o perforin the Ci ndll 018 con-cclcU thercwtlh under oi,* uf the f. lIowii.K planH.: 1. All^aHt H'X moiithd' renlrience upon an4 cultlvall >n of tbe laiiil In each year for three ycBr�. 2. If the faihcr (If nother, If the father I* �leceasci) of the homo leader r aide* upon a I farm In the vicli.ll.t i.f 'be land enteied for the ' reqiilrei.icnls an I" rcKlilciice ina � be aatiKlle* I bv tiiich t>urbou leHldlnt; with the fal-her or ' -olhci. H. It tl.c Fcttler hat* hln I errraneni rr aiilencc ipon faimtng l4iid owned by hlin In the vlclw ity o,'hlff home ..lead, ibf! rosulren ent* at to residence may be �attt,iit:d by realdence upon 'he Ndid land. Six mou'iB' notice In wrtUnx Mionld be Klvea t" the ComrnlsHiuiier of I>omtnloa Land* at itiawa rf Intention lo apply fur patent. W. W. CuEY. Deputy of the Minister of tbe lutettor. Tho .Vninrican Wool and Cotton Reporter, in its weekly review of the wool marliot, sajs: N.-!.\t to t'lie Lontlon sales, tho situation in the interior Is atilracting tho attention of tho wool niior-ohant. Evi;r-chant, and li'J feeds very consorvoitive with rofcronco to prices which aro to to paid for tho next avooI cliji. SoiiM contraclitig has l)een done at Lehi, L'tah, howovcr, at 21 cents, ond in Idaho there has lKN>n also some ccm-trtictins, us well as in Wyoming. Tho largt'si ccnsutnei-s anfl not doing nvuch in territory wools in Dos -ton just at pr�sc*it, although nciu.s-lonally tlwy lake on a fairly good-sizrd line, but sales comprise ino'itl.-100,000 pounds here nnd "O.tMO potmds thjro. Ono house .iiovid neorly 400,000 pounds of t.'-i.f.-ry; bu-t thcso amounts wero made iiii o." several sales, comprising Montanas, I'.'l,.hos, Wyomings Bno