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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 7, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta Gossip from Alfesisa Capital 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. Merely remove the screws.. ^ and take off the plate marked "REMOVE FOR RESERVOIR" (see top illustration), which provides an opening: for the hot air to come through and circulate under the reservoir. Then attach, by means of screws, the reservoir and the flue box shown in lower illustration. A screwdriver is the onl tool require* Edmonton, November each year will reach two and three thousnnd dollars. This is a good ileal Iwtter than lining all the work for nothing us wus the case under the old luw. Hon. W. H. dishing intimated nt the Vermillion banipHt that the province could, if it found the private concerns were not using the newspapers end the |ieople of -the west proper ly. establish a provincial 'telegraph system by stringing -telegraph wires along the poles of the Government I Telephone system. This Ik proof that I the local government kveps a wutch-, ful eye on the corporations. Hrunch lines of the government telephone system wil.l be erected north and south from Vermillion and .). H. Hidden, M.P.I*.. also snys another line will lie strung from Vegrevillu throughTofield to Cnmrose. The gov-eminent intends to give every point of any importance in the province ccnso shoui,| ,,,, Kru),u.,| to ,J. A. connection with the people's system IF YOU WISH TO BUY ..WINTER WHEAT LANDS.. -CONSULT- HATCH & COONS Tho choicest lands in all parts of the Lethbridge District. HATCH & COONS, Oliver Block, Lethbridge The provincial government has come nobly to the assistance of tho Dominion fair to Ik? held at Calgary next year. A grunt of $25,000 is to lie mnile. All Allkirtu wanis alio big fuir ut Culgury to be the best ever The Pincher Creek License Commissioners recommended that a hotel 11- U- I exunder at Pincher City but when the j recommendation came to the department at Kdmonton It wus made evident that an attcmiH. had lioon mado to evade the regulations of it lie Liquor License Act. The applicant had filed us an exhibit a plan showing the townsito of Pincher C ty, os well undertaken In the Dominion and this as tno nnsll of wtto ,vcri,s in whicli are action of the Alberta government will sitimUHl fortv dwelling houses. Tho lie commended by everybody. This nol re,|Ulrw, nn nr,,a of less than IW0 grunt, along with the amount ivceiv-' ed from the Dominion, will enable the C'ulgary jieople to provide an attractive prize list but mom thnn ,ull it will give Albertn nn opportunity to make a decent displuy of Its great, resources to the thousands of t.eoplc who v ill (lock to the exhibition from all uu-r the land. GLENDOWER ALLEN Real Estate Farm Lands ' Good Solid Investments. Raw and Improved Lauds For Sale. Pincher City Lots from $65 to $400 Dobbie's Sub-Division (JJ7C !_ frlflfl adjoining Depot, from IpUU 111 Ipllllll For plans and information apply to GLENDOWER ALLEN Land Office Pincher Station, Alta I The government telephone �\->leni | is I win g well supported wherever an | exchange is established. Vegiv ,le, ' as was mentioned in lus-t wo.-K's let-, ter, has sixty subscribers -mil now j we learn that Sti-ttler hus an ex-' change of titty phones, Duyslnnd and i Cumrose, thirty-live encli. Kourti�>ii toll, stations have lieen established so it will be understood that the government syKtein is u reality und doing business. acres and with no less 'than forty dwelling houses. The department investigated and found that there were barely a down buildings at Pincher City and the wuy the applicant hud arranged mutters In order to secure the license wus to have the itllil acres stretch along the main rond from Pincher Ci-ty to Pincher Creek but in order to get forty dwelling houses the acreage hud to take in a pnrt of the incorporated town of Pincher Creek. As soon us this scheme to evuilu th,� law wus uneurtlk-d the department ordeivd that the license should not lie issued. Inst year to the ex>teirt. of $2,877 while for the ten months of this year the record Is nearly double, 88 and 1(1 commercial travellei-s licenses. Health in every cup of GO WAN'S PERFECTION COCOA Very nutritious and very digestible. Give it to your children and drink it yourself. THE COWAN CO.. Llmlftsd. TORONTO �7 I ii'3ft . Nova Xcotia has established a Hur-reau of Industry und lmmigraition with the objuet of oncouruging iinnvi-gruliou and milking its resource* and , industries lieitur known might follow suit in the latter respect at least ton it is questionable if people have uny idea of our great resources and the unrivalled opportunities for industrial development. With coal in plenty und wuUsr powin-going to waste in ulmost every port of the province Alberta possesm^s exceptional advantages as an industrial provinces anil our resources should lie proclaimed ml over tho bind. The ndininiKtration of the license law in Alberta is most effective. The law is most effective and impartially enforced. Chief License Inspector Hoy I hus prepared some figures telling of the work of his dopurtmeiit. They shin-! tlmt the new law i� more effei'tive than the old �terrHorinl or. dinancc framed by Hon. F. W. c, etc. Meiirc the name, Preventies. flood for feverish children. 48 Proveiitics 25 cents. Trlul lloxes ,"i cents. Sold by All druggists. Progress. "To divest oneself of some prejudice*,"-Niit li, for example, or the prejudice of the stnndsUll merchant ag-ains-t iiih'eriisiiig-"would be> like tuk ing off the skin to fuel the better." In a skeich of lion, l-'runk Oliver Toronto Suturduy Night s.iys: "As un udininistrutor he hus been success ful. The givut IVpurtnient of the In terlor has Uvii skillfully manuged since tie li.tciuni! its head, at least us yenr !I2H. There is n big udvitnc skidfully as any other department of ti,,-, number of s|k-ciul ins|k- made up chiefly of these Clowes: PnrsonB who have lived in tho west for any lengthy period and ar� out-and-out Westerners, and recent arrivals from the Old Country, from the Vnitod States and Eastern Canada. Perhaps no one newspaper could cater with complete satisfaction to-all thetw classes but by this combination offer every 8|>ecial need is met. The Weekly Free Press anil Praire Farmer g-ivos a complete record vi^ek by week of all happenings in the Western Provinces. In addition it has s|ieeial departments for Amorican nnd Hritish settlors. The Family Herald and Weekly Star supplicsthe former resident of Eastern Canada with the news of tlw Eastern portion of tho Dominion In dotuilWd form and the Lethbridge Herald provides tho local Western news, which you cannot do without. ......................................190 LETiinmnarc herald: Find enclosed $2.50, for which send me Weekly Free Press and Prairie: Farmer. Winniiieg; Family Herald and Weekly Star, Montreal; and Lethr-bridge Herald, for one year each. Canada's New Weekly Newspaper -THE- WESTERN HOMESTEAD will make its first appearance Saturday, October 26th 16 pages of interesting reading THE WOMEN Will find many interesting articles on tho Fushion Cooking Heel pew and Household Hints us well ns the latent feminine news and u serial story of great human interest. THE MEN Will get all the latest financial Sporting and general news of the day from the world over. Interesting articles on current topics and many other special features.. Ihe Young People will ulso find much to interest them, in The Western Homestead 5 cents a copy. One Dollar a year. Published every Saturday morning Beginning Saturday, October 26th If I1 f, 4 ;