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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 7, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta ytAL ESTATE hare 'i ^ I to annonnoe that I IJgP ^-opened an. offlca_ in the LETHBRIDGE HOTEL BLOCK For the tranaaotion of a'geneial Real Estate and Insurance Business ' - Wehave the largest and best equipped cartage business in the city, with thoroughly wperieneed >. men in charge. All work promptly attended to. Hay and Oats of the best grade for sale. . . Coal delivered to all parts of tha eity en short BotiM.  ecauso if the railway wins'the cases appealed the municipality, local improvement district, and school district cannot tax the land granted to the.C.P.R. for many years. . The supreme court held that the word grant meant issue of patent because they stated this was the only way the crown could grant land. ITie Court of Queen's Bench of Manitoba gave judgment in favor of the Spring'dule school district on the ground that the school taxes were in a special position and that the exemption clause did not apply to taxation for school purposes. The appeal to tho supreme court reversed the decision of Manitoba court and affirmed judgment in the cose of other Manitoba cases which had been dismissed in the lower courts. I do not think it fair that the rail way company should get such an enormous advantage by delaying tiio taking out of patents which in our opiuiou it is their duty to do assoon as they select land and we hojie to convince judicial committee of privy councils that this ja the fair way to look at the matter. there's another crop of alfalfa to cut, and you don't go. "It's blazing hot in July, and you feci like you ought to get to shade some, but you have to get in another crop of alfalfa. You ar* getting tired of tho name of it by this time. "In August "Jou want to go to camp- meetings, swap ynrn.s, hove a good, easy time, and imagine you have got religion, but you can't- there's that ilog-goncd alfalfa again. "In Septcmi)er it has always been your cufitom to visit your wife's kin-folk; but you don't do it? Not much! Coiifound that alfalfa! '-In OctoSr you are done with most other crops and .you want to go oft to that gambling, horse-racing contraption known aa the County Fair and;.spend abmo of your money, but you've got to harvest another crop of that infernal alfalfa. "And in Novcmibcr in desperation you turn the cattle in on tho field and they graas It all winter. Aro you through then? Heaven no! you've got to spend all the winter feeding the stuff that you have been cutting and hauling and stacking all summer and fall." TRIBUTE TO MORMONS Nembcrf; or the Legislature Reply (0 Recent Criticisms. lumber Co.. Ltd. SvcMMort to George Rc Builders' of Every DetcriptioA les Wholesale and Retail 1 Edmonton, Feb. 36.-An echo of the Oliver Kilpatrick. controversy regarding the Mormons of Alberta outcropped in the legislature hero today when Mr. McKenzie of Macleod on a question of privilege brought to the attention of the house that certain doctors of divinity in Toronto were accusing the Mormons of committing crimes against the laws, of Canada and that tho teaching of the Mormons was cbntrary to our accepted precepts. Mr. MacKenzie said the legislature of Alberta was unique in that it was tho only legislative body that listed among its members a Mormon aa one of. the people's rep- j ^ rcsi-ntativcs. The atatemcnt of ^^^^tX^, ALWAYS KEEP CHAMBERLAIN'S COUGH REMEDY IN THEIR HOUSE., "Wo would not bo without Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It is kept on hand continually In our home," says W. W. Kearney, editor of tho Independent. Lowry.Clty, Mo. That is just what overfamily should do. When kept at hand ready (or instant use, a cold may. be checked at the outset and cured in much less time than after it has liecome settled ; in the ayateih. This remedy is alsowlth out a poor fur croup in children, and 'Will prevent the attack when given aa soon as the child becomea hoai-so, or even after the croupy cough ap peara, ahich can only bo done when the remedy is kept' at hand. For Lumber Shingles Doois Windowd Mouldings Lime Lath I Building Paper Tar Paper Cedar Fence Posts i 1 Phone 23- Alta. I NOTICE. aale by all druggiats. -, THE BURDEN OP ALFALFA. MlNARD'a OISTiOfPiUt. liniment; CURES The San Augcio � Standard of Texas, aays the National Farmer and Stock grower, ermanent cure may ha eSectad It haa. in'fact.- cured many cases that had reaiated other treatment. Price as centa per box. For aale by All Druggiata. I New Effects in: Cut Glass f Oar recent importationt include an aasoFtmeni of Eng-X li�h Rock Cryttal, quite X diifeient from that Iiero-to. # foie thown. . Tha nrrsul liavlf la bMTtrr �ad the cntt'Ua'a deripar tban . that af .ihcr yeara-the cCret la erca m'ira aleaali.t It d.ffer* from "Blrka- Cut - o>�aii' In thai I eapenda mora noon Ua artlatlc traerjr of al�D, lor lie be;ittt7 rather thaa hfUilaner. RisM Bowls, Flower Cen-X tn�, Deoauters and JuRt are mott prominent in the assort-I ment, tome of which come ) mounted in sterlinf; eilyer, > othert plain. ;W. J. Armstrong I ; jb-wteler enobaveb . optician, gent tor bell'pianos DO YOU W.ANT PHONE 179 when you need a To go to the i*�tion or bring , friends to your home. CARTING ALSO DONE. J.G. Next door to Sohweitier't BAKERY. REDPATR STREET, LAT IN SOME MORE Coal Before another msh. TO RENT. The farm laitely occupied by Oapt. A. R. McDoBiHlli deeaaaed. eon-priaing 240 acrca, all feaood. part cultivatod. 8 roomod taeuae, furnace heat, couimodioua atahtaa, aheda and corrala, situate 9i nailea from.La�li-bridge. For terna apply to L U. JOmfSTOMEi Advaaate, Utkbridga. The BEST Typewriter ? Then buy a LOST a biiekakin hdrae, tlx yeara old, four whl^ lege up .to the knaea, dark raana and tail, brand X and iavarted O on-right ahoulder, waifhA about 1000 pounda. lindar will commuaicata with ' KRNBBT wsir. _ Letkbridge Smith Premier! U is the BEST. HERALIl PTG. COi AOSNTS When yon bsTO any Carting to do, give nt a call. HorrisoB & Oiion Phone-Offloe 180 House 160 BE SUKE YOUR HORSE FEEOSmi For Dentistry, Veieriiiaiy and Burgiral Work, call on .. Dr. P. W. J. JohMtoR. Uliibrliilc CIraduwt* of Toronto Veteriaary Oul. left at Bgiabethancs Store; ;