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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 7, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta THE STORE OF QUALITY." 5 W [rle weather. In an ordln a hotter position than ever before, and that the amount of irvilllng wluwt to take out In much smaller. Hut that tUtcA not mean a porfwst wer vice, The j*tatl�tlc8� which are ocean Is what you are looking for. Then we are the ary year large quantities of feed ionally published, showing the add* grain would miiw v jjhit n the mar- | Otitis to the rolling stock of the re-kct for that commodity, especially in 8|iective companivn, every fall, do 1 not state that sulUeient train crews are available to oiterate 'the increos- PHONE 21 LETHBRI r Take Your Choice and you will find plenty of Good Fresh Meat to choose from. Our Hams and Bacon are noted for their tine ilavor. Piche & Miron Telephone No. 1 i the west, and the price would go down so for that it would not recoup the farmer for the trouble Ink-led numlx-r of locomotives and cars, en to save the grain. But the short* Nor nre figtitvs given to show the ago in Ontario, the great grni:w-un- number of locomotives ami cars suming province of tht* Dominion, which ivlire, through accident or on makes the present year an exc--pi 'on-1 account of old age every year, The at one, while the prevailing pries for net increase* in labor and equipment all classes of grain, due to the dimm each year furnishes -the cue t" an ne-ullon in the world's aggregate pro-' e will come under that heading, and there will also be a large percentage of high grade stuff two provinces, especially Manitoba. Ontario The grain which now will scarcely figure prominently AT KEAN'S in the shipments which reach Fort heavily reduced. There are minor close of navigu- considerations which will hinder the consummation of the scheme, and the, iectod that the first shipments wllj consist of high class stun*. Thin would suit the economic purpose* of those who are figuring on oMainlng tha most satisfactory return from the present season's operations. If try. A STOOKIXG MAC'HIXR in the future as capably as ho has in pic of (he west aro deeply conoernetli] yfhon bnying Confectionery yOU the last decade. 1 in thti mftttvr ot transportation and CONFIDRSCK IX MU. OLIVER FOR THE BEST SERVICE IN LETHBRIDGE STOP AT THE the mil.ling grades wove sent cAit l>c- forc the close of navigation; the ex-j iw| MttniU)ba fnrnl8 this foU. port would l>e satiwed, opto while it would not l>e poy�\M^n> t4ike ad any steps taken lu this regard will receive the hearty support of the flcsolvcd, that the Provincial Lib-| whole people of IhD west. eral convention expresses its entire Two young machinists of Hamilton] confidence in the Hon. Frank Oliver, On!., have invented a stooklng ma- UH minister of the interior. Mr. Ol- m-golved that this Provincial Lib-chine after ton years experimenting, j \yqv has had a long and honorable cral Convention unanimously approve Jt has been successfully tried on sev-j political canvr and hv has ever hcon Df the "AU Hed Kuiitc" policy of the can rely on KEAN'S FAVOIt ALL IIED ROUTE Opposite P. O. 'Phone 98 WANTED The and weighs less than 2(K) pounds Is lmide ui reputation for himsvlf us an vantage of further |*u)lK.ees in pric-j nUu(.ntle willing to turn Thry uin th(1 uuu.him. on1 ate jHU'sonal knovi'es fr request* tile 1 .... ( . ... f ,.,. llmi. members that be should still repre- as feed has usually in-en disputed In the ues! and at wry low pr.. ,s , ��� rT- .- y � � -� - . , c,n�ratu|atl. So mrga a percentage of ine w ,,-At ''^ orient and Australia by way of i\er p-pieseiites 'wis ers iniiv gvi authoriiat ive inbuina- Laurun- on so wise and satisfactt)ry �lion i one ruing the crops of this dis-, 11 selection of a minister i�f the crown trie*. Anv c�uuiikmu> that tell o tin- method oi securing a g(tod cr�>p Also give an estimate of the acreage you will lm\i! in crop in H'US GOOD ACCOMMODATION FOR THE TRAVELING PUBLIC "creptubl... season. lml-vd. if the railway c ti*. 1 tanies were in depend upon milium w heat for their east - bound Wv;;nt irallic during the n *i\ nouMe they wiuild fare badly. l be mi r. is eegin. If the reports which have luvn recei\ed in ibe west i aiv well founded, the L h western feed in Ontario will continue' in^ resolutions were most enthusia active during the entire winter, or ticnll,\ pasned: 1 Hesolved. that this Ld/erm Conven nH,|., turn. That we np\UHiva of watch. Upward of $10.00 will be of- [ l'M>�tf 1.. tli.'s tost-tin* great value of this m*ieiitibc piisnipi hm known io drug- HiMs e\er\ where as Mr. Shoop's ('rti-1 Avvn,|c ()l wlneh is eoutnbut.n^ io ^rrh Ue.n-d>. Sold by all dealers. Alfalfa t Total I Signed anc�\ a t be nut loiiul ureal ness and nat ionul pi osperi t > of ('aiui'lii Tin-: puooim:ssi\i: i�uo\ ixt'iAi. t.'(.�\ i:it.N.M�;.\T UvsoIvmI. that Hu- convent h�n e\-pres*a>n its absolute confidence in the pi*(tv ineial ujovernmenl of lion A Km herford. Mr. Kut hei ford has surrounded hi nisei i' with able colleagues I A seven roomed bouse on Argyle Apply to II. K. KELLKV, Lethbridge^ WANTED cioii iiiii- of vhu'h bus pro\i-u worthy I'p...... Ibiue;e...... Seelion...... (||. (J)0 irii^L imposed upon bim and bus' purcluosv of the SAV-i of Section 4, TKXDKUS addressed to th.* t'om miss i ont-r of I loin in ion I t Uunffe 25, West of the Fourth Meridian, at an upset price of |ter acre. Kach -lender must be ' accompanied by an iwcepted cheque led lUe provinces oi l unnou. us hi- I............** *.* .....----' � Liberal ronvent ion* U(.lUinnrt- ,H)iioy, and .its wise i.x|icn- � cbariered Hunk of the Uomin- led the provinces of Canada. Its ed- \t tin* t'lv-at market for \ held in Culnars last ueek the follow- (|lllirii iti 'nioney \tpt�n public woiks|it>n in favor of the IVputy Minister have mad-* ii deserv et|l> t be most popular provincial government in I'a 0. W. KERR CO.  have opeued ofHcee in the Weak Women i t ion expresses its confidence in anil i lee la res i-i k he* ally t (� Sir Wilfrid Laurier, ibe prime minister of Caini-r. Hboop's Kcstomtlvo, tho Constitutional. Tho tormt-r-br. Sh(M)i�'-\NtKlu Cure- Ua topical mucous ineiuhrutm suppository rcuiwly, whilo l>r. fcihtKip's Kusiomtivt! is wholly an internal trent. ; tiit-at. Tim Kcj-tonitlv-.' rem In a ibroughout tl�a : vntlro gyst> in, tu-ekhiK tin- n pair of ull uurvo, i ul! ti-isiii', imd nil IAmmI n^nn-nu. Tho "Night Cure", u* its moue impHen. ilm�� Us work while youhl"�*i�. Ii >ooth*--it: comma ml nm aid rl > a ud  in: pie d .tfiot > ba *- won lion or foi- bims �;. and cred.t lor biscouu nbtaifi a hail s.-eleui of laud upm* sur.- cnlculal -d to induce a very de- j sale siralnV class of set tie r> to make Ucir' w boj, boni.-s hi lhe'-e we^i.-rn pro\iuic-> iec � d> 1, 1 ha t I here a fe liuiii;. 1 i|i >sp. roils i.iriners who would com.- !� ('.ui.oiu f.,*d 1 b#'\ ii�uld Herald Ads. Bring Results. Dr. Shoop's Night Cure "ALL DEALERS" ti\. His udiione-'l i at :.ui of Canadian aliair^ lui^ U�eii churarl-'rized b.v wis id mi iiiui modern t ion. He ha- nl-Uias Ilvii animated by lb* lofu-'^t juiil i\ ;uul iiu I mum I w nh a ti sdiish. m\ \\w ivspi i�sil�ilii> 01 his of-lu \* lii-iiL^ �U l *m i with u rai%- |�o\v.i- 1 h�  1 i'I'iici s� I i *>ii li Hi In . 1. \\ 11 *s 11 v 1m it j ipi i' \in llif pi mr i piil i I. n i\\ 1 nu' upi'ii 1 I m� 11 % it t hi 11,1' t m JcI nn ui' h-ivj I :�; dii-'ii^ 1 * d1 si*U ii*r>, 4 ''I'lu* In in I Inr 1 lh> ^. I 1 \ rv'' has n 1 -\\ n \ s hiN-n p* �1 in (idea t i \ be I ie\ e 1 ha t i will be a - U �'� t. i w s;-Ki t her t be � i�i t he pu re ha se money to bi- 1 'Mid nt the t hue oi -n !e, at lb" op* the pun ha^.-r. or mie foiirtb and 111" hn lani; p,-r annum. t lie -.in Ii iiisi a ; imi'i11 s l o become v e 11111111 lis a I let' t he da te of linn ol t h' ')''� a" eipial a eM at ti rsl i � i Auction Sale of School Lands WHJ bo Held us Follows: C.vjLCAttV, 13th Vot'., 1907. nt 111 o Vloi k a. iti. CAHnSTO.V. imii Nov., 1007. at ten o'clock a. m. J*'or. infonuation as t" terms of payment and conditions s eo p os to vb and sales list. Tha latter may bo obtained from the agents of Dominion Kands at Culgary and Letli** bridge. Impart moat of the Interior, Ottawa, i�r,ih Oct., IV'07. lly Order, V- C. KKYKS. Secrotary i' < i, th. 1 w r. * . KKYKS. Secretary. I�epurl men! of the Interior, iniawa, October I7tb. 1V*07. oi e'oipieiit expression and posbess.d ihe carrvin^ out ol tins policy as 30-7-11. A male tfhv Club bari Inieii orgau-i/.ed at Chavsbolm.  Alost commonly a woman urgues tho same way as shu gats off a car. Our (jrand business in lifo is not to w?a what lies at a di�tanci*. but to do what clearly lies at hand. J F- � *4 - ^ 1 \ L 1 x - 11 r-y-. ;