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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 6, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta ^^^^ Mm;;: "THE STORE OF QUALITV." TEA We handle only the leading package teas in the market viz., Kolona, Tetley'a, Gold Standard and Salada, Prices to suit all purses Nelson (Sh Fraser PHONE 21 LETHBRIDGE Meats,Poultry and Game Uusurpaased in excellence. We supply the be�t the market affords. Give us � trial. Piche & Miron Telephone No. 1 b o'oioVo'ora xoTQ' mjor:! -.m, The Story of Coal in Canada Coal in an intei-csting subj�ct in many waya at the present time. What with the train blockniin hml land strikes, the black fuel is the cMuse of much anxiety. Coal, loo, owing to the disappearance of wood in fast aasuininK a greater place in the ceonoiny of Canadian life. Twenty years ago, soys iho WlnnlpcgFrw Press in the course of an interesting article, the per capita coitsuinptiou of i'oal in the Duniinion was about three-quarters of a ton per annum; in 1800 it exceeded slightly one ton. 'and nnw it is considerably over t�vo tons per capita per annum. ^ The development of the Canadian coal mines has just about kept pace with this increasing demand. For a long tiino Kova Scotia was the only coal-pr(iducing province. Then Bri -lish CoiuiDt>ia entered the field. Thirty years ago, in 1877, Neva Scotiu prcduced 880,215 tons and the Pac-, iftc province 15�,455. With twosuch widely separated sources of supply it is no wonder that Central Canada looked to other forms of supply. Ten years lator, however, in 1887, the West had begun to produce coal, the output that year being: Nova Scotia l.SriS.SOe: British Columbia. 480,142 Manitotia and the territories 74,153 tons. To-da>- in spite of the great increase in the output in the western and British Columbia miR in tho nortb did not get uvuny furs. KlorCP MINABU'8 LINIMENT IN THE HOUSE. An old bachelor farmer in Orey county wvB.belac married a few years ago to a young igirl, and the preacher asked: ,"Do you take this woman to lie your wedded wife, to iova and to cherish, in sicknwstand hfsalth, for better for worse, for rich or poor, until death do you part?" The groom seemed very muchines.s Whirli 1 hoard wus "jusl over th� wa.S." The cool refiwshing murmur Of the brook that ran close hy, .But l.ulled to it'st my throbbing breast. And suppresKeil heaving sigh. Twas the fairest day in sprintftime [With earth's adornment so rare; Its flowers, of Ijeaiitious colors, Whose fragrance filled the air. The bluebird, thrush, nnd robin. Were singing blithe nnpily day by �lay. 00 busy thy.'telf like the ants and bws And the lowing herds o'er the way. Move onward silently like the brook That sings o'er the peltbles so calm That the murmuring strain of life will iMt A source of infinite Imlm. And MO from the quest of ambition 1 camp to my .home that day. iThelessons I fearnedfromt beast and bird. Will never fade away. I will mall you free, to prove merit Mmplea of my Dr. Shoop's Restorative and my Book oa either Dyspep -ela. The Heart or The Kidneys. Troubles of the Stomach, Heart or Kidneys, are merely sym^itoms oi a deeper ailment. Don't oniiike thecomr man error of treating nympiomm only. Symiitom treatment is treating th� RKSITLT of your ailnwmt. and not THE CAITSB. Weak stooiach nerves-tba inside nerves-mean Stomach weakness, always. And tb� Heart, and KMneya as well, have their cootroiling or insitle nerves. rW�fiken> these nerves, and you inevitably toave weak vital organs: : Here is wliere JDr. Shoop's Restorative has made its fame. No other remedy veil chiims to (rest the ''Inside aer-ves." Also Cor bloating, bUiousness, bad breath or complexion, use Dr. Shoop's Restorative. Write ai4 today fcr sample and free Rook. Dr. Sho6p, Rilelno, Wis. The Restorative is sold by .1. U, Uiginbothami tti,Cu. And the I shall niove on through shadows. Of the (la.vs ah they ci.roe and go. Relying on Him for the blessings, of life And I'm sure all that's best He'll liestow. LOCISE CALDWBLL The Bank of Commerce has 17a brsnchefi in ^Canada snA United Sutes. how ^^lis flieMTax Calgary Bachelors Must "Cough Up' Three Dollars Each. Treasurer Burns of the city ev chcijuer is gftting ready to proclaim the yearly poll tax on the horde of bachelors, young, desirable, eligible and otherwise thatinhabit fair Calgary. It's going to lie thMe dollaiS. which is just the same pHce as a nMrr,iage license, the Daily News man learns. Now. if bsirgain rates couVI only be forced, in one of these lines it would be easier to decide on one's course of action under these most solemn and momentous eircum-stances. As it is, the only way. to escape producing ths : "three bucks" is to put cn a blanket and be a Si-wash, which really wouldn't bo so bad if this weather continues.' What the Ners man wants to know is. why don't the city gcd. Easy terms.  � . � f Investment Brokers Lethbridge, AIta. Office-Round Strict, alongside Bank of Commarca. City lots for sale in any part of Lethbridge or Taber. Phone 188 IS" ��.................MMM...M..M.....������>"�""'.M.nni.i^ We believe in ALBERTA The Land of Golden Opportunities. I IN THE We have soma special selected tracts of very fine land DISTRICT 1 alao aome bargain* near Stirling and Warner. Writ* to our General Office lor inlomatioa. % M. C. RNOWLES, General Agent LAND WrARTMENT Duluth, Minnesota. U. S. A. tMMtl.....MMiMIMMIMIMMIM.MMtMiilMMntMMMMttlM TIIEV MUST WAVE IT. The bonded "warehouse at Medicine Hat, owned by .1. E. Howson, liipior merchant, was broken into lost wei'k anil ten kogs of I>;thbridgio lngni�min tinker, ono of the world's great, engineers, died in I.011-don r.n Mny SO. It was he who invented the pneuiiuitic shield which has rendoreili so much assistanco in tunnelling under rivers. The tWA en-gincaring works by which ho will be best reinomlMsrod ore the ForthlJridgo in Scotlaiid nriil thp Assouan Dam on the Nile, of which he was joint engineer und^ conhulting engineer ro-siKicllvoly. H� waN born In 1810. I'lic laonthing' of the Mudicino Ilat will take place as soon os the water is hiftif^nough. Already about ^ 65 l.orlhN hnvo boo^n s|>nki>n for the first trip. A floating dock is to Wbuilt later on, but for the present a long gqiis: plitnlk I-ill lio used from the bank of the rlvor.-Mediclns Hat Times. To Sub-divide About 40 acrm dote to the city wanted (or aub-diviiion pnrpnaea, by purchaser with 5,000 oaeb to fwy down, (live luoatiou, iirice and bnat terma; Box 8, Herald Office. The ltoc^y Mountain Cemont Co. is asking Frank for ina oxwnptinn. and a bonus of $3000. Wcul in Montana Is soiling at it.l cents, which is -slightly below Isst, year's price. A ;