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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 14, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta Sale of School Lands Wil,l be Held as Follows: T Liberals, Attention! A convention of the l.ilx;vnls of tho Aktlon Sale of SchoolUnds f'^t?.' ""'r*' f ^T"" ( , oe held in the Oi>cra House, Medicine Hat, on Tiiosdny Nov. 26, to select a candiclrtte to contest the conslit-CAIlI>STOy, IGth Xov., 1907, ftt. i.cncy, for the House of Commons. t*n o'clock n. in. -j-|,, Conwntioii v.-H hp ni'lod to �.>.- For, information as to terms of cler nt 10 o'clocU a. ni. payment and conditions see postorsj odicers will lie .'^eleoled for llu- Lili-nnd.'sates , l;st; Tlio latter may Iw'onii Association of the Ft-doral* U-J-obtaincd from the agents of i>omtn- inp. ion Lands at Calgary and Leth-' Pride or Alberta, S. 0. t. FOUM.Al- OrEMN'G The opening of lodgy; 'T'rido of Al-Iwi-tii" No. 2S>3. of the Sons of ICnj;-i'liind Ht-nclit Society on Thursday ! wus in ovcr.v way a hiijje success, and ' extremely gratifyinf? to Ihos? who i had thf organization in hand, forty The W. C. T. U. NO WINK FOU STU0KNT3 bridge. DBpartmcnt of tho Interior,, a&th' Oct., 1007. By Order, P. G. KEYES, Secretary TENDERS addressed to the Com missioner of Itominion Lands �-ill be received �t the Itepartment of the Ivi-terior at Ottawa up to noon of the leih day of December, 1907, for the Sleetings will \x; hold in ?n .h au'o division on Krida;,-, No% :.'2, to choose the detegatx^s to tho delegatt-s to attend tlic toinynlioii. Peter Tnlbot, President r.f ,\ll.fHa Li(�fral .Vssociulion. Stonley Jones, Se"ratary of Alt-frt.a Liibcral Asso principal of the cd to or(k'r. District IXM.uty Sup-j school and will nltvinpt to pra- renie Grand Presidcni J{. P. .Jackson' ^,ji ,,,,, hit.i to prevetil tho drink-of Swift CurivriL was instituting of- i,j,. of ,.i,ia by the high school �tu ESTUAY PONY ficor, and he was nb\>'' assisted l\v '� J)istri(': l>i-put.v iSiipix'me C.rand Pros-, itlent .1. Emerson of Calgary, ttros. J. Child and J. A. Gregg, (Calgnry) If. Oliver Knowles secrvtary M-odicinc Hat I-odgv), D. L. Ilainer, C. t". Crossle.v (Cornwall, Ont.), and others were also present and .assisted _ the Supreme Lodge, odloors in the ceremonies. Twenty-scv not what parents want children to learn at the range 22, tp' "^"^^ dedication of the new lodgo | high school. It is not .vot too late Canvs to NE.i ^^'^f; by llro. Emerson and tho nomination 11, one small pony with saddle and ' , , , ^. . purcha. of the S.W.i of Section 4, bridle on and rope halter, bi-anded X �'.'"^�"'� Township 15, Ranffs 25, West of the on right shoulder and small brand provisionally Fourth Meridian, at an upwt price resembling M on left shoulder of 03 p�r acre. Each tender mu�t bej q^.^, nfquested to prove prop-aocompaBiad by an acnptcd cheque ^rty. pay expemw, and take it away, cm  charteKd llaak of the Domln- ^05 D j i>AVia. " loa ia favor of the Deputy Minister of the Interior, for the full amount | STllAYED oflered per acre In excess of the upset priee. which wUl Iw forfeited ia the evBBt of the tenderer failing to complete the purchase of the land tender-! ~ . . l, t _ J . ^ \.. ^ i white spots on forehead and on each etf for, if awarded to him. No ten- . , , . . . , side close to hind legs. White spot der by telegraph will be entertained. This sale wiH be subject to the per-formanoe of the homestead conditions as prescribed by the Dominion Lands Act in thai behalf: andHhe terms of or telling where it 7^�/^- ed. Mike Pop, Box 427, Lethbridgo. sale Mrttl be as follows:-Either the whole of the purchase money to be ^ "^Sp paid a/t the time of sale, at the option of the purchaser, or one-fourth thereof, and the balance in three equal annual instalments, with Interest at 6 per cent, per annum, the first of such in.eer heli>cd to send those two girls reeling down tho dark street to-God alone knows what end hold the gathering spell] if liquor is worth drinking it is Many other items wvre ad-j worth talking a litllo trouble to come mirubly rendered, but the feature of at-such as a nuin will undergo to the owning was the response to the; � his own desires. It is not chairman's appeal to Bro. C. F. P. j good that wo should let it lie before Conylicara, K.C., P.C.S.. for a short! address. He replied with a stirring monton, ALHERT.V, and ondorsed "Tenders for Land Titles Building, Calgary," will be rec3iv�l*up to 12 �'^'"�'"�f'-o'clock noon, December, 1907, for the supplying of all plant, material,,' and doing all work necessary to complete the cj-fection of a Land Titles Jiuilding in the City of Calgary, Alberta. the eyes of children, and I have Ixwn a fool in writing to the contrary." 1' \lta., Canada. nl4p I'OSITJO.VS WANTED n28 NOTICE By two competent jV.uorican cooks. Capable of taking chorgc in hotel. Plans, Specifications, Forms of Ton restaurant or camp. I^eady to take dor and other particulars maj- \x had position on or after Dec. 1st. Apply on opplication to the Engineering Box H., Herald Offloo. Branch of tho Department of Public I Works, Edmonton, or nt the ofTice of tho Department of Public Works, "Arm.S'trong Block" Calgary. The Plumbing and Heating of the said building must l>o tendered separately from the other Trades, and each tender accompanied by an accepted clwque for the amount of 5 IMiT cent, of the tender. Tho cheque of the successful bidder, if any, will l>e I'otainad until tho nefce-s.sary Contract & Bond arc executed. Tho cheques of unsuccessful bidders | will bo returned within three days after the e.vecution of the Contract. The right is reserved to reject any or all tenders, or waive an.v defects. | JOHN STOCKS, Deputy Mini.9ter. Dated at Edmonton this Fifth day of Novomlxir, 1907. 14-21 sent saying the like had never Ixwn heard in Lethbridge. When ho paused a pin droi) could bo heard, .vet hi.s speech was punctuated with riUC HAT UAISIOS SIONEi' I5Y MOUTGAUE Medicine Hut, Nov. 7.-Dofusal of banks to iiuiko further advancs to terrific! the cit.v and the pressure of a fincn- S. .\. Snoll is .selling out all her |)rize winning registered Berkshiros and other hogs. 3 4 Yorkshire, Du-roc Jersey and Berkshire brood sows; with or without llttors and I. X. L.I male. Also pigs of all ages. . Also blue stem seed wheat, oa;ts and 6-! rowed barley. Call or write Snell's Ranch, N. i of section 11-4 miles N. 10. of Lothbridge. nl4 outbursts of cheering. The theme of! cial agent olToring to assume recent the address w'as dut.v and the powerj is.suo of debentures at ninot.v, i-ii t-of individuality. The objects of Iho', ed in an einergency meeting of ih.-; Cm .Sons of lOnglanil liejivfit Society, be nncial committee this nflurnoon at .sai on the gas and water ways done their duty, It was not .s.\stems for .mi.v ,S1!00,000 at si.v or alone the great leaders. Nelson, Drake ^ .seven per cent., and with the pro-and Hawkins who had won tho fain-j cw.'ds wine olT l)ie preset indcbted-ous viotories, but every man who had ne>K, together with needed public done his dut.v for lovo of his coun-! works and^ retiiie the mortgage try and even died in the As in tile life of a nation, so it must lie WANTED in the life of the Society and its Lodges. The success of each Lodge is only attainytl by work and sacri-, fico without thought of dollars and Men and teams want�eis The chairuiaji responded on behalf of j the entortuinment comniiLtcc, and also e.ictended to Mr. Bennett who presided at the piano, and others tho thanks of the Lodgo for'their contributions to the very cxoullctrt programme. Tlve cerenjonies and co�i-cert wvre brought to a conclusion by the singing of tho National .\nthuin, followed by the joining of hands of all prosenL and singing ot "Aukl Lang ,Syne." The local lodgo has a splendid start and will he-come one of tho strongest lodgx>s in the city. HOW IT WORKS OUT Ising ninot.v cents as a debentura price as iUust ration, S200.00Q worth of bonds would ivloase 180,000 or a direct loss of $20,000, five per cent. on that is S1,0'jO annuolly, 20,000 in twenty years, a direct of 840,000. Slortgagcs on assets for $200,OiV> at seven per cent, would cost the city interest alone, a difference on the entire amouti't as between five per cent, debentures and seven per L>ont on mortgage, annually for two or throe years, say S8,00r^ or $12,000 as. against S(40,00O and the city would ha\e the use of such money, which tho delicntures, when sold, would not i-oa,lize. Tl�j Hal huh practically 350,000 revenue bearing assets, of which gas and water .systems represent 250,-000 earning an annual revenue e.v-cecding 10,0(10, annually, probably con.S'titilting the best municipal ,so-curit.v in the Dominion. WANTED A General Servant ior housework. Good ViigoH to tho right person. Ap-jjly D. McAllister, Bo.x 480, Ijslh-bridgo. WANTED Good gijncral servant. Apply Mrs., C. Rfiloy, 612 Burdott St. to tf: FOR ADOPTION. LIVDSAY SUCCEEBS CO.X .Vt a mouting of the board of direc. tors of the Crow's Nest Pass Coal c;o., Goorgo A. Co.\, for nine yeoirs president of the coinpun.v, resigned, and G. S. Lindsa.y, the manager of the company was made president. James D. Hurd, a mining engineer of Duluth, with long oxpcrionco, has twan appointed general manager of tho company, ami H, M. Young whs made secretary. Strong healthy child. Apply to Box 845, IMbbridffe. Be wiiier than other people if you can, but dd not ten loaves and tender stems of a! lung-henl|ingiiiouivta'inousi sliruo, furnish tho curative j)ropcrti'US t'> lir, Hhoop's Cough Cn|-e. it caiais the cough, and heals thosore und sl'o.^I-tive bronchial me;nbranes. No opium',' no chloroform, n. thin;? harsh used to injure or nippr,'ss. S u-i'y a resinous plant i'.vtr;i(fat helps to healf aching lungs. The i-panioi'is call this shrub wivich tlie P.vtor uses "The Sacred Herb." 1.'mtuI Dr. Slioop's. Tako no oth.'-. Sold tf all dealers. FOR SALE. For Sale-A correspondei^e course In good school. Owner nnable to go on with it. Apply toBox p. Herald ofBca. OPINION^ OF THE LETHBRIOGE HERkLD I Readers* Opinions Shown by expanding circulation list. "The Best Read Paper in the West." Advertisers* nions Opi Evidenced by the advertising columns of this and every other issue. " The Most Effective Advertising Medium in the District." Contemporaries' Opinions. . . . Proved by the numerous quotations from it, credited and otherwise. "A Most Reliable and Enterprising Newspaper." Everybody's Opinion . . Shown by the continued interest in its columns, wh^ich contain matters of interest for everybody. "Sunny Alberta's Best" Subscribe for The Herald, ^1,50 per year The Biggest, Brightest and Best Home-Set* Weekly in Alberta. ;