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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 7, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta f f ! ^ � Large blocks of Wheat and Iriig^ Land, in quantities, at prices and terms to siiit any purchaser. CITY PROPERTY Half acre, Block 15, Duff's addition, good improv's 1 acre in Block A, 2 cottages. Three-quarters acre in Block A, 3 houses, I acre in Block E, on Courtland St. 1 acre in Block K, good 7-room house. 2 lots In Block 39. 3 lots on Ford street, near Lethbridge Hotel. Corner, Bompasand Gault sts., has new lO-roonn brick house, all modern improvements. 2 lots on Baroness Road W^st. NORTH WARD PROPERTY 6 one-acre tracts in Turner's Addition. Half acreonMcKillop St.,good house. Half acre in Wallword Addition. OiUTSlbE 45 acres in 5-acre tracts. Represenfatives. List your property ^ith us, we will sell it anywhere it may be. 8 �Not OMauata t�ina� � �Mtok T^'repay the postage on both. A nominal price, just to get you started; you will not, we are satisfied, having once read them, be content to do without them. To take advantage of this offer you must, however, be a resident of Alberta. The following form filled out and forwarded to the Herald will receive grateful acknowledgment and prompt attention. f I Heralds L*thbrldc�. - Mall to und�ralvned BddMM th� Wlaal-' per Dally Free PreM and Um Lttbbridc* Herald, poMac* prapald, fM ttrna moBtiiA for which I anoloM 7(0. Nam*.............................. AddrtM....................... i...... .^1 ^^^^^ TO ENptfRGE ACT Police Ghrcn JostractipBs by the Attorney General. The Oominlon Lord's Day Act of 1906 went into force on March Ist. The enforcement ut the Act remeiins with the vai^loua provincial governments. - Ko action or . prosecution shall be commenced without the con sent of the attorney general. In connection with this' matter Fremier Rutherford stated iodaythat the government-of Alberta would' enforce the Act. The attorney general's position in the niatter is stated in the follow-ing letter sen t- by him to J. O. Sheorpr, secretary of the lord's Day Alliance, last summer "Permit me to congratulate upon the success which you ba^ll'in securing such a satisfactory '^8'un -day Oil!" from tlw-House; t>^ Commons and Senate at Ottain|.^royihco in whkh the offence" is alleged to have bw9 C(umh|tted, nor after the ezpirfttioii of 'sixty days from the time of Vt� 5.9mmi*" of the alleged o(I(Bnce." l', "As this-yict came into effect on: Uarch 1, ,1 have tbought it well to inform you that if you-will call my attention to any violation of the statute which comes under your notice, and furnish me with toe particulars of such violation, I shall give the . some immediate attention. V feel that I ean rely with confidence upon you,.and upon other oUncials la your oommunlty who have to do with the admiaiatration of the law, to Uke the ii|cesaary steps ti pre� voDt an iafringeiiMBt of its provis -|0Be. "The iateailoa of parliament In pawlnc tbe Act was to, aecure,' as far aa possible,, a proper observance of the Lord's Day. aad It is the duty of all good citizens to themselves obey the law and to. assist. ia preventing, a violation thereof by others, llakiag it clearly understood that you aad^ the officers under you will' feet it to be your duty to in -Bist upon a compliance with the statute will go ,ar toward ensuring a respect for its provisions, and so relieve you of the necessity of instituting proceedings whtaever bow-ever such prosecutions should become necessary you will, I am sure, not fail in your duty in this regard. AN- IRISmiAN'S JOKE. (Toronto Saturday Night.) A week ago Mr. Peter Ryan of Toronto was on a visit to Montreal. As a matter of course he called on bis old friend, Hon. James McShane jnowharbor master of the port. After a hearty handshake and a chat about old times and politics of the past os compared with those of the present, the talk tpnied to King Eid-ward. The veterans agreed that barring the Holy Fathes be was the flmt man {On .earth. "He's had a fine influence over Lauricr!" remarked Mr. Ryan with characteristic Jocularity. "It's a splendid thing he's done in'Influencing the Government,to recognice St. Patrirk's Day." And then Mr. I^an went on to say tliat by Oovernment enactment St. Patrick's Di^y in this year of grace wguid bo bbsorVed as.a Strict public holiday, and tlyat all OoVemtaient oi-flces, banks, factories, stores and places of trade would be closed under severe penalties, and all unnecessary labor suspended for the day. "U will Ibo hard with some, McShane," said Mr. Ryan,"but/there's the law, and,they must obey." "Glory be," cried McShane, "but this is a day worth living for, and Laurier's tho boy that" fears noth> ing!" fVhy don't you wirite aad thank him?" asked Mr. RySn. "Faith, I'll do iaore than that. I'll telegraph him the thanks| of the Irishmen of Canada this very day. Here, Where's !my hat and coat?" When last seen Mr: MeShans was hurrying to thS telegraph ottes. Mf. Ryan had nsglcetsd to tell "the'people's Jimmie" tWii'iH;iPlatrlck's Day falls on Sunday this year. CHOICE SilictED LANDS IN THE I /Jl t^rt DISTRICT We Have Exclusive Sale c�f. the Choicest Lands In Townibip 9, Rrage 18.r Townihip 8, lUoga 17, a laige Mleotibri of th6l)Mt>n4k in adjacent d^^^ W� Mmtomidate openingieveral local branch o�BceB in Soathani Alberta early the eening aeaaoB, bat at preaent all onr bnsineis will be condooted from oor General OiBoea at DnliitK Minn. The BU8H THIS SPItINO will be the gieateat known' in the hiitofjr of Canada Wcat,and.weadrita intending pntKhaaeri to 1 GOME NOW aiii Bdw yoor ittPdRE S0MKONE ELSE GETS YOUR. OIWRTUMTY I M. G. UNOWLES, Ooneral Agent buiuth, Minnesota. I > CeftbiKtee Iron (gorfcs Co.> LM. Iron Castings and Machine Work Structural Steel G>ltimhs� Sashweights MnX AND MINk SUPPLttS - TIAQTIOW ENGINE BEPAIKS VaIvm MiMN* Tool* BOIL.E:f=? RClPAiRS OF AL.L- KINDS OOJIPBTIWT SiblLfiBMAXEB SENT OUT WHBN ESgUIREi) i�p�g�t��ifii!M�i�>ttiiMiMaigiMiimniimtmn � � i ii n him ) OiClW ISLAND "TO BOOM. For Catarrh, let me fres Just to prove merit, a trial siss box of Dr. Shoop's CaUrrh Remedy. It is a snow white, creant}', heaUag an* i tiseptic balm tnat gives lastaat relief to Catarrh of the no^ aad throat. Make the free test and sea. Address Dr.. 'Shoop, Raelae, Wis: Large' Jars 60 eents.. Sold by j. Higiabotban * Co. (Ksjrmoad Chronicle.) Geo. 8. Hoaglta proprietor of the one tlBW ,Bss Blva writing to afriend hers says:"'' "Bow islaad will be ny headquarters about March 1st, as I am goiag to awve the store from here fo Bow Island, so kssp ybursyson hs rlU bs a wlaasr." A Home ThnNt. In the course of an interview with the Calgary Albertan, President Sher man of the Miner's Union, is reported as having said: Ths miners are not rraponsible for the recent increases in the price of coal. As ths. rostilt of the strike at Lethbridge they had obtained an in-cnass of.ft^i;Csats psrtoBoa ths eut- ting price. This was equlvaleat to a rise of 10 per cent, yet the operators had, raised the pries so cents and in some .eases fl per ton. Lethbridge Is the only plaee that bus received aay Incrsass in wages for a number of years, yet the wages paid today In Lothbridge are lower 'than in any other' place In the eouatry when camps are orfsaissd aad they fssl that another latrsass is about aas." ;