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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 7, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta It m mi If you purchase a Kootenay without the reservoir and decide later thajb the reservoir is a real necessity, why, just order it and attach it yourself. It's easily done. Me re 1 y remove the screws. _ and take off the plate marked "REMOVE FOR RBeBR-VOIR" (see top illustration), which provides an openingr for the hot air to come througrh and circulate under the reservoir. Then attach, by means or screws, the reservoir and the flue box shown in lower illustration. A screwdriver is the only tool requireoi's of the comltine there." That is a good tribute to the Alberta administration. It shows the direds of Air. JUitherford and his cabinet are creating a very favorable im pression. But the tributes ar-e aot confmcd to the Winnipeg Tribune. Even such a pronounced opponent of Liberalism as ihe Toronto World, etlited and owned by W. T. Maclean, Tory M.P., cannot avoid making comparisons that put the Alberta Ciovcrnment in o go()d light, rn an article on the Scott ndmini.stratioii in Saskatchewan it remarks: "The Scot.t govcrn-"me.nt has iK'on reactionary, as com-" pa red for example with the Uut)ier-"ford government of Alberta." A LONG-WEARING SOAP. The unusual durability o( Royal Crown Launilry Soap ii one of the first things remarked upon by � new user. The majority o{ laundry soaps, you know from experience, soften very easily-waste away quickly. Royal Crown is a firmer^ more compressed soap-six bars ofjwhich will do more and better work than eight bars of ordinary laundry soap. Same price, but extraordinary value. ^ Made from a special {ormuia lor the hard water of this country. ; ; ^ ^ . MADE OMLT BT TBC ROYAL CROWN, Limited  - - WIMlflPEG Tht tuNtpptrs *re vataabfe-save them. Royal Crown Soap Hon. jUr. Cushtng was the guest of honor at a banquet at Vermillion on Friday night. Lswasa, Tereata, Mantreal. Winnlpei. Vancauver, St Jahn. Fnt Kootenay booklet on request. HaaiUtaa Brodie & Stafford, Local Agent. To whom it may Con- oern Having decided to make a change in our businesst we wish to take this opportunity to thank our many customers who have entrust-ed work with and patronized our place of bus-iness, and as we will try to conduct our business again under a new name, place and management we will be pleased to receive your patronage, and anything entrusted to us will have our immediate and best attention. All accounts must be settled by Nov. 8. IVe remain, yours truly, HICK & WAKELY In addition to thosa papers wo havtter thaji doing all the work for nothing as was the case under the old law. "much has indeed l>een done. The "administration of a province is a '.'matter of ordinary business rather "than of politics and the government "of Mr. Uuthorford is worthy of con-! "gr.itulation on the way Alberta's � � "business has so far Ijeen conducted.'' Hon. W. H. 'Gushing intimate*! at The Strathcona Chronicle, an out the Vermillion banquet' that the pro-nnd out Tory' paper, admits it can|vince could, if it found the private find nothing -in the administration of the afTairs of the province to criticize. concerns were not using the newspapers and the people of the west proper ly, establish a provincial telegraph system liy stringing telegraph wires along the poles of the Governn>ent , Telephone sysitem. This is proof that .and south from Verm.lhon and J. B.jthe ,ocal government keeps a watch- Branch lines of the gowrnment telephone system wilj be erected north Holden, M.P.P., also says another line will tjc strung from Vegrevilla throughToficId to Camrose. The government intends to give every point of any importance in the province connection with the (teopie's system. ful eye on the corporatioins. The Pincher Creek License Comrnis-sionurs rccomnHsndcd that a hotel license should be granted to .J. A. Al-' exandcr at Pincher City but when the recommendation came to the department at lOdmonton it was made evident that an attempt had been made IF YOU WISH TO BUY ..WINTER WHEAT LANDS.. -erta an opportunity to maike a ttecont displa.v of its gi'eat resources to the thousands of wf'jple who will flock to the cxNbition \rv.n\ all o\er the land. The government telophontf �i'tteni is btfing woll .supported wherever an exchange is cstul)l|islu'd. Vogre ' ile, af was mentioned in la.sit we.'k'� let-tor, ha.s sixty subscribers 'ind now we learn that Stettler has an exchange of fiit.y phones, Baysland and Camrosi', thirty-five each. Fourteen toll, stations have been establishMl so it wiil be understood that the government .sy.�*tem is a reality and doing business. arranged matters in order to secure the license was to have the 960 acid's stretch along the main road from Pincher Ci't.v to Pincher Ci'i'ek but in order to get forty dwelling hoii!N;.s the acreage hud to take in a part of the incorporated town of Pincher Creek. As soon as this scheme to cvado the law was unearthed the department ordcivtl that the license should not be issued. la.st .vear to the e.vt'cnt of'*2,877 while foi- the ten months of this year the record is nearly double, 4,552. The licenses in force at the end of Dooembrr ,la.ft year were as follows; Hotels l!>0. Wholesale, 34 For this year the figures up to the end of October are: Hotels 205. Wholesale, .14 1'liis is a remarkable record for a provijK'e whciv the growth in population is so groat. Only 15 new hotels in ten months and not a single increase in the numl>er of wholesale lic-en.ses. True, new licenses were granted, to wholesale dealers during the year as| well as to hotels but there were a I good number of licenses lapsed. I From X>ecGmher 31st. 1900, to .June aptli, 1907, 13 new hotel and 4 wholesale licenses were issued and from June 30th to Nov. 1, 7 new hotel licenses were granted. The following llcen.ses have lapsed sinoe .Tanuary 1st of this j-ear. York & Secord, EC' AN OFFER WANTS OF WHICH MEETS ALL. CLASSEa THE SPECIAL OF READERS. Nova Ncotia has established a Bur- The administration of the license law in Allierta is most effective. The law is most elToctivo and impartially enforced. Chief License Inspector Boii has prepared some figures telling of the work of his department. They shovj that the new law is; more reau of Industry and tnmiigratioa elTertivo than the old territorial or. with the object of encouraging immigration and making its rcsourcei) and industries Ijcttor might follow .suit dinancc framed by Hon. F. W. O. Haultain. The figures for this year known. Alberta are for ten months only. in the" latter res- The licenses cancelled last .year nuin pect at least fon it is questionabki if j bcred four while for ten months this ptiople have any idea of our groat resources and the unrivalled opportunities for industrial development. With coal in plenty and water power going to waste in almost cvcr,v part of the province .\lbcrta possesses ex- year the numltcr of cancellations was ti. Last year 21 applications for hotel liconst's and 8 for wholesale licens es were refused; this year 15 applications for hotel licenses and threw for wholesale licenses were turnwl ccptinnal advantages as an industrial ^ down. In tl�o number of licenses provinwK and our resources should lie' grnnte change proclftiined ail over the luntl. Last year now licenses wpre given to -- 36 hotels and 10 wholesale; this Oliver year the liguivs are 30 hotel and 7 "As^ wholesale. j The number of inspections made 'J'hc giYiat lAepartniont of the In la.st year on itransfers, new applica- rxMicwals was 380; this There is a big advance in In a sketch of Hon. Frank Toronto Saturda.v Night 8a.vs: an administrator he ha.s. been success ful. terior has Uwn skil,lfuHy managed tions and since ho Iwcanni'its head, at loa.st as; year 32fi. To check a cold quickly, got from your druggist some little Candy Cold Tablets calletl Pixjventics. Brug-gists evei-ywheru are now dispensing Prevent'ics. for the.v are not only safe, but decideilly certain and prompt. Pryventics contain ng qui nine, no laxative, nothing harsh, nor sickening. Taken at the "rnceze �tage" Preventics will prevent pneumonia. Bronchitis, La Grippe, etc. Hence the name, Preventics. Good for feverish children. 48' Preventics 25 cents. Trial Boxes 5 cents. Sold by all druggists. Progress. skillfully as an.v other du'partmcnt of the government." the number of sfiecial inspi�tions of hotels and wholesale licenses- investi-gutfng com|)laints, etc. The are, 1900, 210; 19(",7, 572. The lines r-eceiveii from convictions "To divest oneself of some prejud-icofi"-sutb, for example, as the prejudice of the stand.still merchant against advertising-"would be like tak ing off the skin to feel the better." -Orev Ile. Soon after a "little store" begins to advertise "more than it can afford" it connnences to GROW. Its flunrbcfs become too small, obsolete. H it STICKS to the policy it soon irrows into one of the RE.VL stores of the city. The Western Canadian reading public i� made up chiefly ufiheMclaM-;: es: Persona who hav� lived in the west for any Vengthy period uiuiartt out-ond-out Westerners, and recent arrivals from the Old Country, froot;, the United States and Extern Carada. 8. In addition ^ it has special departments for American and British settlers. The Famr: i ily Herald and Weekly Star suppliesthe former resident of Eastern Can� da with the news of tlie Eastern portion of the Dominion in dotailWd form, and the Lethbridge Herald provides the local Western news, which you cannofc do without. ......................................190 LETHBRIDGE HERALD: Find enclosed $2.50, for which send me Weekly Fnso Press and Prairi*: Farmer, Winni(tcg; Family Herald and Weekly Star, Montreal; and Leibr-bridge Herald, for one j-ear each. Hon. C. W, Cross paid a visit to Slett'ei- and .Alix lust week. Sittings of the district court will lik(.|y he| of liw'liHcos la.st year �totalled .890. held at the.^e places. At Stettler Mr This yoai- the flguras nggrcgato SI ,-Cross- addressed a public meeting. 820. Non licensees had to pay fine.9 It soniftinies hapi^ens that a fresh figures; guy is taken for a man of nerve. It is l'oIi.v f(;r a man to niarr.y a wonuin who is a good cook unless ho is willing to supply the raw material. Canada's New Weekly Newspaper -THE- WESTERN HOMESTEAD will mak^ itsjirst appearance Saturday, October 26th j6 pages of interesting reading THE WOMEN Will find many interesting articles on the Fashion Cooking Recipes and Household Hints as well as the latest feminine news and a serial story of greut human interest. THE MSN Will get all the latavt flaan. cial Sporting and gBDeral news of the day from the world over. Interesting artiC' Ivs on current topics and mA< ny other special featurea., The YouiiK People will also tiiid moch to interest them ill - . � I : The Western Homestettd 5 cents a copy. One Dollar a year. ? Published every Safurdjty morniu}? " Beginning Saturday, October 26th ;