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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 7, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta ESTATE I beg to announce that I have opened an office in the LETHBRIDCE HOTEL BLOCK For the transaction of a'general Real Estate and Insurance Business  -I am establishing connections with eastern and western points, both in Canada and the United States. If you have anything you wish to sell list vlt with me, it will oost yon nothing if" T do not effect a sale. If you wish to buy aud I have not what you want, give me a description and I will find it for-you. TAXING C. K R. LANDS Hen. Nr. Cross Makes an Important Statement. N. T. Macleod Fir� an4 Life Insurance. Yon will be building possibly this season, and will require Bath Boom Warm Air Furnace -OB- Hot Water System We are prepared to give you right prices and the lest of material. We moke a specialty of this work and you are sure of satisfaction. Particular attention paid to jobbing. Phone 116. I Hich (EX Wahely The Leading Tinners, Plumbers, Steam and Hot Water Fitters.* X 9 KUmonton, Fob. 27.-Attorney Oon ernl Cross when Interviewed todny regarding the taxation of C. P. 11. lands referred to the tnlnistor of Jus-tico who In reply to nn inquiry in tho house of commons said that an appeal from tho judgment of tho supremo court of Canada hod boon curried to Judicial conunltloo privy council of England. When tho promlor and he woro In tho onst at tho provincial conference thay took tho matter up with Mr. Oliver and urged that tho enso bo carried to tho privy council upon tho question of tho effect of tho exemption clauso in tho C.l'.K. contract and m a result tho Dominion gov  crnmcnt it appealing for loavo to make such appeal at tho present sitting of tho privy council in order to have tho mutter settlod. "Our English agonts, ltussol! and Co." said ho "arranged with tho counsel for tho C.P.R. that tho appeal bo nrjued at tho sitting of judicial committee beginning Juno and hoped to havo a decision before September. As soon as tho federal government decided to appeal to Eng -land they communicated with the Alberta government as to whether they decided to Interveno in connection with tho appeal. Tho province desired to Intervene and to bo represented and havo tho right to put in argument In connection with the appeal j-citlng forth tho contention of the province In the matter. In all three there's another crop of alfalfa cut, and you don't go. "It's biasing hot In July, and you feel like you ought to get to shads some, but you have to get In another crop of alfalfa. You are getting tired of the name of it by this tlmo. "In August you want to go to camp- meetings, swap yarns, have a good, cosy time, and Imagine you ham got roltglon, but you can't- there's that dog-goncd alfalfa again, "lu September It has always boon your custom to visit your wifo's kin-folk; but you don't do it? Not much! Confound that alfalfa! '-In October you aro done with most other crops and you want to go oft to that gambling, horse-racing contraption known as tho County Fair and,spend sonic of your money, but you'vo got to harvest another crop of that Internal alfalfa. "And in November in desperation you turn tho cattle In on tho Hold and they grass It all wlntor. Aro you through then? Heaven not you'vo got to spend all the winter feeding tho stuff that you havo boon cutting and hauling and stacking all summer and fall." Rogers - Cunningham Lumber Co., Ltd. �r"""''.......SucMiiori to George Rogtri TRIBUTE TO MORMONS Member? \ of the Legislature Reply to Recent Criticisms. Edmonton, Feb. 30.-An echo of the Oliver Kllpatrtck controversy regarding the Mormons of Alberta outcropped in the legislature hero today when Mr. McICcnzlo of Macleod on a .question of privilege brought to the cosw appealed the decisions | BllcnlloB of tho hou80 that certain was Riven in favor of the C.P.R., � , A , ,, , , . , * . doctors of divinity In Toronto were i laintius, two cases being in muni-1 . ... . . ... ' . >, ... , accusing tho Mormons of committing cipalitk'h In Manitoba and one a . ..... . , ............ . . | crimes against tho laws, of Canada school district In tho Northwest tor- .�,..... . .u �. _ .. , .. , , , ami that the teaching of tho Mor- ritories. Tho three actions aro Join- 1 . . . .. ... . moim was contrary to our occcptod od to^othor, tho questions involved i . ,. , . ' . . . ., ., . * 'precepts. Mr. Muckcnz o said the leing practically identical. Tho prn-,| . ' . ., . , . , , ' . ,u . Ilegislature of Alberta was untquo In clpal matter the supreme court was1., . . . . . , .. . . , . . . .. ... ' . that It was tho only legislative body that listed among its members a , ...... ., �n I Mormon as ono of tho people's rep the land granted the Canadian Pac M(.nUt|vc8> Tho statcnlcnt of thcl Mc Hallway to. began to run Tho doclors q( dlvlnlly woro a re com,mny contended tho time began on whlch when tho company got the patent of , unthttl. asked to dccldo was at what time the exemption of tventy years *ef. tho landfrom tho Dominion govern- i incut. Municipalities contended the longed. It was strange, Mr. Mac-Kt-nzic snlil. that these alarmist time should begin, from the date when jcfks tt,}OUt tno M,rmons wero lH.rlo,| tho coiitruct was made in 1881 or if lcnUy raim!t\. This was tho third not from tho time when the land was ; ,,. Th|} flm om, W|l> bv lleV Ur> Turn Over a New Leaf for the ensuing year aad have that old plumbing torn out and clean, healthy, sanitary plumbing put through your house and avoid infectious dtoeases, fevers acd many of . the disease* that come from bad sanitation mad plumbing-. We are ready to undertake any work of this description, which we do (to a skillful and scientific manner. C. W. GRAY surveyed and selected. If date from ,rviii0 ,f Toronto. Where did U ! theso men, Mr. MucKenzlo asked, get tho i their information about tho Mor- katchvuan as well as Manitoba, the railway company is right burden of exemption must still havo"T,;,,, "1Io "had lived 17 yea* |nT. to bo borne by the provinces for Southtfl,, A,,mu ,,, , taf , he many years to come. In tho three. k not ono ,, lho KHpalr,ck wlnU aisosappeaed if the ra.lwny is sun- ! ^ ^ c|>mo ||Uo t|w co tJ) tainod the land cannot be taxed un-,^. t,0 Morlnon8 nt nrMt httllU or 1 19tjU- authentic information about The importance of the appeal to ^ ^ conUR.t De K|, tho province cannot l� overestimated tr|ck., mlllBuWud enthusiasm out U-causo if the railway wins-the cases na hi, |nforllulUoll. appealed the municipality, local Im- Vr Kllnatrick has said there was provement district, and school dls-  r movuUy tho Mor. trlct cannot tax tho land granted to 1^ u ht polyKamy aml poHtIca, the C.P.H. for many years. j bcciu.o they voted at a unit The supremo court held that tho j Jn (oUrtw|, yeun. exIHjrioncw lhc word grant meant issue of patent be- j mcu,H.r for mcliod he had nov Our Graniteware Is made in Cauda by Canadian workmen for Canadian use. We carry a full stock at especially low prices. The Central Hardware Store G. L. VROOMAN A f^W^OHBHM^^^^^NfrfrS ocal to the church. It was uninlr and dastardly, said Mr. MacKenzie NOTICE. In the matter of the estate of Charles A. Gidney, late of the City of Lethbridge, in the Province of Alberta, Fanner, deceased. (otlce la hereby given that pur -ant to the order of the Honour  able Mr. Justice Stuart dated at Calgary on Monday, the 3Ath day of February, A.U., 1U07, the creditors and other persons having claim* against the estate of the above named Charles A. Uidney deceased, are on or before the 15th day of April A. 1)., 1P07, required to Bend In their names and addresses with particulars of their claims together with a tatfmont of tho securitlea (if any) held by them, verifying the same by statutory declaration, to the under  signed advocates for the executor. And take uotlco that after the said loth day of April the executor will be at liberty to administer the assets of tho said deceased or any. part thereof among the ' parties thereto, having regard only to the claims of which we shall thon hav� had notice and will not be liable for any port-Ion of the assets so distributed to any person or persons of whoaeclaim tho Sdid executor shall not thea have had notice. Dated ot Lethbridge this 25th day of February, A. D., 1907. CONVDEAHE * JONES. Solicitor for Executor. AT this season of the year the mother of a family does many thingt to amuse and please the household, aad nothing is more appreciated by the little 'tots" than home-made toffee. Juat how to make good, wholeaome toffee ia a puzzler. We with to inform the readera of this paper that we will send FREE a recipe for making New England Toffee that never faila to please. Juat send your name and addreaa oncn poatal card and remember THAT Knight'a of Raymond Sugar is extracted right here in the Weat -ia aweeter, purer and cheaper than all other sugars. KNIGHT'S SUGAR CO., LIMITED RAYMOND, Dtpt IIJ ALTA. A AA mJ way company should got such an' O|,lMin0,i.. two thousand miles enormous advantage by delaying tno taking out of patents which in our opinion it is their duty to do assoon ob they select land and wo hope to convince judicial committee of privy councils that this is the fair way u> look at the matter. ALWAYS KEEP CIIAMniSRLAIX'S COLUIl H1CMEDY IN THEIU HOUSE. "Wo would not lie without Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It is kept on hand continually in our homo," says W. W. Kearney, editor of tho !udc|iendont, Lowry City, Mo. That is just what ovory family should do. When kopt at hand roady tor instant use. a cold may bo chockod at the outset and cured in much less time thun after It has become suttlod in tho ays torn. This romody is also with out a peer tor croup in children, and w.ll prevent tho attack whon givon as soon as tho child becomes hoarso, or even after tho croupy cough appears, which cun only bo done whon tho remedy is kopt' at hand. For flulu by all druggists. M1NARDS DISTEMPER. LINIMENT,* CURES THE WJnDEN OF ALFALFA. The Sun Angela Standard of Texas, says tho National Farmer and Stock grower, quotes a Kimblo county man who has tho following to sny about tho othor side of alfalfa. "lu May. Just at tho time you ought to be hoeing out your cotton, you have to go into the alfalfa fluid und cut tho first crop. It sorter of worries you, of courso, but you have it to do. "Then in Juno, Just whon you ough,t to have � chance to go fishing awtiy, to so shamofully traduce those l>ouplo whom they did not evon know If they havo tho ovidonco of thoir as-Gartions. ho suld, the criminal courts aro v ido open and if thoy havo not tho cvldouco they are cowards and slanderers. Mr. Robortson, the leader ot the opposition, coincided with what Mr. MacKcnzio said and he characterized the utterances of Ur. Kilpntrick and others as a piece of eastern misrepresentations that wore made of the west ami western jiooplo. Mr. Simmons . of Lethbridge and Attorney General Cross spoke along the sumo lines and Mr. Woolf, the member for Curdston, thanked the houHo for their honest appreciation of the |Huiple to which ho belonged. FAWNS FARM SOLD, (Raymond Chronicle.) Mr. L. E. Townsend of Davidson, Saskatchewan representiag the Wells Land and Cattle Co. on Monday bought tho Fawns farm at Stirling. Last Spring this Company bought koverul sections adjoining the Fawns place and to squaro out their block purchased the improved section known as the Fawns Farm. Mr. Townsend said the price paid was a long one, but that tho Co. had to have the place. There will be 1000 acres put into grain and ttax this coming spring and (he Company will have about a dozen good farmers located on their lands during this year. Mr. owns and manages the Detchon Farm conceded to bo the largest one in Suskatchowan. Tho News-No Pure Drug Cough Laws would bo needed, if all Cough Cures wero like Dr. Snoop's Cough Cure is-and hus lieen for 20 years. Tho National law now requires that if any poisons enter into a cough mixturo, it must be printed on the label or package. For this reason mothers, and others, should insist on having Dr. Snoop's Cough Curo. No poison-marks on Dr. Snoop's labels- and none In tho medicine, also Itmust by law bo on the label. Aud it's not only safe, but it is said to be by those that know it boat, a truly re, markattu cough remedy. Take no chances, particularly with your chllf dron. Insist on having Dr. Snoop's Cough Curo. Compare tarofully tho Dr. Snoop package with others and see. No poison marks there! You canahvays bo on tho safe side by do. manding Dr. Shoop's Cough Cure. Simply refuse to accept any other. Bold by J. D. Hlginbotbam * Co. KCZiEMA, TETTER. SALT RHEUM ITCH. RING WORM. HERPES, BARBER'S ITCH. All of these diseases are attended by intense itching, which is almost instantly relieved by applying Chamberlain's Salvo, and by its continued use a |>ermanont cure may be effected It has, iu fact, cured many cases that had resisted other treatment-Price 25 cents per box. For sale by All Druggists. New Effects in \ Cut Glass Our recent importations include an assortment of English Rock Crystal, quite different from that uero-to-fore shown. Th� Crjriul tierlf U bcartrr �d tbe cun n,'. 4h.ief .|htr70�r�-tne cfftctU erra mir* alei�li.( It d SVr� from "BlrkV Cut Ois..' m tnm I tfopends more upon lu aiHttlc ira try of d�-Uo. tor lis be-utr raiser thaa bttllUncT. Rose Bowls, Flower Centres, Decanters and JuKsuro most prominent in the assortment, some of which come f mounted in sterling silver, others plain. W J. Armstrong j JEWELER ENGRAVER OPTICIAN. Agent for BELL PIANOS TO RENT. The farm lately occupied by Capt. A. R. McDonnell, deceased, con -prising 240 acres, all feaoed, part cultivated, 8 roomed house, furnace heat, commodious statics, sheds and corrals, situate 2| miles from Lethbridge. For terras apply to L. M. JOHNSTONE, Adveeate, Letabridgv LOST A buckskin horse, six years old, four white logs up to the knees, dark mane and tail, brand X and inverted 0 on right shoulder, weight about 1000 pounds. Finder will pit communicate with ERNEST WEIR. Lstabridgs. DO YOU W.ANT The BEST Typewriter ? Then buy a Smith Premier! PHONE 179 whon you need a CAB To ro to the station or bring . friends to your home. CARTING ALSO DONE. J. G. Wiecand Next door to Schweitier's BAKERY. REDPATH STREET. % LAY IN SOME MORE Coal Before another rush. It is the 1IE8T. HERALD PTG. CO. AGENTS When yon have any Carting to do, give us a call. Morrison & Dixon Phone-Office 180 House 160 BE SURE YOUR HORSE FEEDS WELL For Dentistry, Veterinary and Surgical Work, call on .. Or. F. W. J. Johnston, Lethbridge OraduaAe of Toronto Veterinary Qui. left at B>flBbethain:s Store ;