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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 14, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta Auction Sale of School Lands , v.,Wll,l be Hold ns Follows: CARDS TON, loth Xov, 1007, at tarn o'clock n. m. For, information ns to terms of payment and conditions sec posters nnd snles list. The latter may lw obtained from the agents of Dominion Lnnds at Cnlgory nnd Jjcth-bridge. Department of tlw Interior, Ottn-,WO, 3(lth Oct., 11,07. My Order, j CJ. KKYES. Secretary i Liberals, Attention I A convention of the Literals of tho Federal riding of Medicine lint will lie held In the 0|vra House, Medicine lint, on Tuesday Nov. 20, to select a cnndldttte to contest the conMtlt-. uency for the House of Commons. I The Convention vt'll lie culled to order nt 1" o'clock a. in. Otllccrs will lie soleolrd for th- I.ll>-rfiil Associntion of the IVilernl* IPd-! inc. Mivlings will lx> held In ?n :h .-'i'o ! division on Friday, Xo\ ..'J, In , choo��e the dek-ualvs to atto-nl the ' delegntes to attend the t .invent inn. IVler Tntbnt, President of All.eila LiK-rul Associnl on. Pride of Alberta, S. 0. t. FOllMAL Ol'KMN'tl The opening of lodgv "Pride of Al-l-.erln" No. !2!)cl, of the Sons of Kng-land H.'iiellt Society on Thursdny The W. C. T. U. NO WIN 10 FOIt STCDKNTS ''Stop tho dance of the high school boys nnd girls nt the Masonic Temple next Saturday night or eon\|vl was in every way n huge success, nnd j t|u, students to refrain from serving extremely gratifying to tho.-*.n -\\ r. A commit Wv. consisting of the of Pythias new hnll, nnd ,\|,.s, \f, McKin/.ie and Mrs K. Woos-nl eiyht o'clock the meeting was cull (,,,._ |s U) vlsj) ,lu, pi-ineipul of the cd to order. District IVpc'.y Sup-. school and will attempt to piv- ivnte tlrnml President It. V. Jackson ,,,,, i,j,u ,, prevent the drink- of Swift Current was instituting of- j,K l)f wj|1(1 ))v (h|, ni(|ll Ml.nooi slu. ticer. nnd he was ably assisted by dents ,,, tt,. school functions. Kistrie! IVputy Supivtne Urand Pivs-i In s|K-akiug of the proposed dance Lien. .1. Kmerson of Calgnry. Pros., nn, ,|w, Hupv|nK l)f |ll|m.h , (,H, ^ .1. Child .1. A. Oregg. (Cnlgnry) J llm(s, |im, Uu, C(,mnii,Hlv Stanley .Jones, Se-rolary of All.'ftn Literal Association (Ood Save thu K:ng.) KSTMAY PONY II. Oliver Knowle.-t secretary Medicine lint Lodgv), I). L. limner, C. t. Crossley (Cornwnll, Ont.). and others "High School pupils Intend to give u dance in the Masonic temple next Saturday night. Now R is learned I that I ho boys have been at Durkins, ! Ilnding out the price of elaivt, which! were also present and assisted the j ,21 (Ood Save thu K'mn | Supreme Lodge oflicers In the core-j ........v ,......... monies- Twentj-seven candidates, |s t, |H, Served In punch. t wvtv Initialed into the secrets of the "Winu and dancing are not what lied Hose (k'greo. following which parents want children to learn at the i , v ~ . .,_,, oi iT cnnie the dedication of the new lodge; high school. It Is not yot too lato Came to N.K-J; see.114, range ii, tp..... ' . , , . . to turn the key in the door, nnd to send those children home to study TENDERS addressed to the Com misaioncr of l>ominlon Lands will bo received at tho Department of the Ulterior at Ottawa up 10 noon of the ......_ ........ .....T^^;, l.v Hro. Kincmin and the nomination 16th day of December. 1J0T. or th. n, onc 8lMft , pony w th ,,, olecl|on of ofl,C(>rs, whlch W0PO ... .............._______ o the 8.W.� of Section 4 nd ro,w httHor brnn.WIX v|>|olia|br oTecled ftt ft l0UII' lhe,p 8ubU School lwHO,19> wh|ch Township 15 Rang, 33. '. ttnrt takc (t awtty.' then conducted tho installation cure- oa a chartered Uank of tho Domin Ion in favor of the Deputy Minister of the Interior, for the full amount offered per acre In excess of the upset price, which will he forfeited in tho event of the tenderer failing to complete the purchase of tho land tender. dancing and wine drinking. We will visit the principal this afternoon, to enlist him on our sliie of the question U j p^via. monies with Hro. Emerson as Grand 1mmm^^^-^ Uulde. The newly installed officers this afternoon. STUAYKD worc thcn *,coratut' w,tn wgolia, Ad � "* I dresses wcrc given by tho visiting KIPUSU AS A PltOlUUITIONIST . ^ . i brethren, and the serious duties of From No. a Lcthbrldge. on or ab-l^ owning ^ condud(jd Rt 10 13 out Oct. 21 a red milch cow with thfl |o(|gw foom wM thrown ^ white spots on foruhcad and on each I .... __a i. , . , ,_ v, �__ wmie spins un ioil)ilead ami on encn . . � ^ kv ,i * ^ t0 H . i � T �> clow to hin.1 legs. White spot I � PT!** and friends on tail also. Dlanded TV on loft dor by telegraph will be entertained This sale will, bo subject to the per- fortuancc of the honie'rtead conditions ... .u- -m, . r.-.-'ived'np to 12 o'clock noon. iKTi-tnlicr Ht. lt�07. for the suppl.viiiK ,,( ,n pimit. mnti-rinl, nnd doing all u,,,* ,,.eessuiy to complete the erection of n lJ,ml Titles Jliiilding in tli,. city of Cnlgary, .\l-iM-rta. Plans. poruis of T,.n der nnd other purliculnrs may lv had on application to the Knginwring liranch of tin* lh.pnrtini-nt of Public Works, I'.iliiKititon. or nl oflloe of the Ik'parlnnMit lt{ public Works. Armstrong Mlock" Cnluary. The Plumbing nnd Dealing of th.� saiil huililiiig must U> tiiidereci s reject any or nil tenders, (ir w,,lve iiny defects. .IOIIS STlX'KS. lieputy Minister. j Dnteti nH Mdinouton this fifth day of Novenilur, 1�U7. 11-21 friendships wcrc rencwcil. p-eellnK dovn a dark alley, and Kip. J. Ij. Colder was tho caterer and.'lng. who had not lieen a total ab-certainly did himself justice. After | stniner, writes: Then recanting pre-the clearing of tho tallies Worthy | vious opinions I became a prohlbl-I'residont Walter Appleby took the tlonlst. Bettor it is that a man chair nnd the convivial portion of j should go without his beer in public the evening wns o(>cncd by W. Dsn-; pluces, and content himself with nett who rendered the pianoforte ov-,swvaring at the narrowmlndetlnoss of ertiira "Nelson's Victory" in first the majority; better it to poison the \. Ely was great In inside with vile temperance drinks, the "Hoys of thu Old llrignde" and', and to buy luger furtively at back in response to un encore ob-jdonrs. than to bring temptation to ligeil with "OlT to Philadel- the lips of young fools such us the phia". W. Appleby contributed four 1 had seen. 1 understand now, "Sons of Hie Sea" and the chor- why the preachers rage against drink! new. PHco reasonable. Apply Box UH nonrly raised the roof. Mr. IVrt' 1 have said There is no harm in it, I Viner's comic nnd other songs were taken moderately;' and yet my own j extremely well rondenil uiid n'lK'ntni demand for ln.vr hel|ied to send those encores were deuiandtHl nnd Hro. two girls reeling down the dark Jackson's recitation "The Soldier's street to-Ood alone knows what end One spotted red nnd white. 11ns Shield" held the gathering spell If liipmr Is worth drinking it is ! bivn dehorned, one hip higher than hound. Many other Hems uvre nd- worth taking a little trouble to come the other, has strap around m-ck. : iniraldy rendered, but the feature of at-such us n man will undergo to One red. hole through nose for the evening was the to the li.s own desires It is not ling, also horns turned down close to chairman s appeal to Pro. C. !'� P- good that we should I. t it lie before fniv. rope around neck. j Con.v lieiuv. K.C.. H.C.S., for a short the eyes of children, unit I have lievii Persons I'mdiiig such cows please in- address. He replied with n stirring u foul in writing to the coir.rary." form Mrs. 1'.. W. Uihsoti (widow) sec- pntriotir oration, which nrnused the  lion 1M. Tovnship 11. and receive enthusiasm of the gathering to the ivward. P. O. Address, U-ttdiridge.1 highest pitch, many old timers piv-Alla., C.uiada. nl Ip seal sa\ing the like had never Ihr'n 1-117. U'thhridge. n28p LOST-TWO COWS Tin-: MAT UAISKS MOM'.V \\\ MOUTOAOK POSITIONS WANTED lly lho competent .\l ln-ricnn cooks. Capable of taking charge in hotel, restaurant or camp. Heady to take position on or after Dec. 1st Apply Hox 11.. Herald tltllee. n28 NOTICE S. A. Snell i.s selling out all her pricts of the Suns of England Society, he said, were the |�'i'|H>tuat ion in Canada of those blessed traditions of the .Mot lieiliind winch have iiinik- her and the Kritish l-Inipire what they are t-iln,v. In the days of Hastings, the Armada and Tnifnlgar wlh-ther th.-y had wiiii or lost. Englishmen hud al-wa.vs done their duty. It was not alone the great lenders. Nelson, l>" Medicine Hat. Nov. 7.-ltefu�ul of bunks to in ike further advaiics to the city iiii� I the pressure of a linen cuil agent oiT-riiig to assume reC'-nt| i.ssii,. of debentures at liilK-tv. � '.-] ed in i-.n ein.-i aeni \ uii-.-ting of ih.. :'in  ancal committee this afternoon at which it was decided not to sacri'ke 111.- ileU-nl 'lies but leculnln.-n-l-il the council to bonil the waterworks mid natural gas s>st -in in uceor.lance with i lie sugu.-s-t Ion of ex-Ma.,or e'.ir-ster. to place a two or three veins nior.^aii-' on the gas and water syst -ii>s for s.iy SyiMi.iitiii at six or seven per cent . Illlll with the pro- WANTED Men uud teams wanted to work on CP It bridge. Apply to John tiunn & Sons. n28 Koil HE XT CANADIAN PACIFIC ANNUAL Eastern Canada Excursions Low Round trip rules to ONTARIO, QUEBEC and MARITIME PROVINCES Tickets on sale Dec. 1 t� Dec. Ml, inclusive, good t0 ,vturn within throe months. Tickets issuivl in connection Atlantic Steamship' JJusiness will l�e l>n stOo from Nov. o;t, and limited to five months from dnte of issue. Finest Equipment. Standard First clans Sleeping �nd Tourist t-'urs on all Through Trains. TWO THROUGH UPRE59 TIIA1KS D1ILY Apply to nearest CI'-'*- Agoiit for full information. (!ood stable corner Dufferin nnd Hartli-tt. Apply to C. M. Arnold, ] City Engineer's olllce. nit and Hawkins who had won I ho lam- e,-(ls wipe oil i he iires.-nt indebted-iiiin victories, but every man who had ne-s. together wilii needed pulilic done tit-i duty for lo\i- of his couu- works and ivliiv the mortnuite with try and even died in tls- cause. As the sale of deb.-ntuivs when the mar-in the life of n nation, so it iiiusl he kit recovers in ,,.. life of the Society and lis Lodges. I he success (>,oun ;, twenty years, a direct loss in ivali'ty Hit- I'ndi- of Alln-rta, ulidiof jJlo.Oini. MortKiiKes on ass,-ts for takt- ni> their wntchworil Xelsxm's fa- g-jot),otV> at seven in�r cent, would HANDHAd IjOST. Ik>twe.-n Hovvvlll,. and Einks on Wednesday, Oct. 10, containing notes and bills of about $1.">0, and nilvur wutch. Hevvurd of $10.00 will be Offered for its recovery, tl'. 1 lei ma Peterson iiious signal "EngUind ox|K>cts every mnn this do^v to do his duty." The choers which griiteil tin- s|n-aker at the conclusion were loud und long At the close of tin- concert Hrothif lOm.-rson moved n henrly vote of thanks to the entertainment cointnit-tee, nnd those who had so ably entertained thorn in th.- proenunme Pro. Child, Culgur.x. seconded and seven por cost the city interest alono, n diffor-encv on the entire amount us liotwcc-n five per cent debentures nnd seven per cent on mortgage, annually lor two or three veurs. say SH.OO'i or SIU.000 as again.-Jt Slo.Ooo and tho city would have the use of such money, which the lieliontuivs, when sold, would not Tl) UEX'I . A seven roomed bouse on Argylo Avenue. Apply to II. E. KEEKEY. U�thliri'lgo. TlK! I bit has practically SiJSO.OOU amused the gathering with some avenue bearini; assets, of which gas pleasing ivininiscvnes of the early ,,,( Water systems iv-pivsont SU.'iO,-da.vs of Llie society unit its nieuiU'is ,,.)u t.aniing an annual revenue e.\-Tlie clmirinaJi responded on behalf of railing $lo,oon. annuiill.v , probably lh� entertainment committei-. and al- ronf.t itnt ing th.- best municipal se-so eXl.-iiiU'd ''� Mr. lieu net l who pro- curitv in the liomiuion. .sided al tho piano, und others the thanks of lb Eodgo for*'their olil ii WANTED Eive, wide nwake boys in every uitNJ town nnd villaejp to K.-I1 Western Cn-' nada's new; weekly newspaper, "The Western lloiiiostoad." Hustlers can make money. Ku capital required. I Write for terms immediately. Tho1 Western 1 loiiH-stead, Calgary, Altn n21. WANTED Get year Office Stationery printed at .Tb� Herald.. 1 A General Servant /or housework. _. Good vjtgn.s to the right person. Ai>- (ply D. McAllister, Ilox 4811, 1 jotU-; bridge- t.f. billions to the very excellent pro-, gramino. 'i'he ceremonies unci ecm-ci-rt were brought to a conclusion by the sinking of Ilia National Anthem, followed by llio joining of hands of' all present and singing of "Anlil l.aiii,' S.vne." 'llu- local lodge has a splendid t-lart and will doubtless be-uiiim one of llw s-trongest lodgvs in the city. WANTED Good general s?rvunt. Apply Mrs. C. Hiloy, 012 Uurdatt St. EI.VDSAY SPCCEEDS COX At u meeting of the board of direc. tors of the Crow's Nest Pass Coal Co., George A. Cox, for nine years Presilient of thu company, resigned, i and G, S. Lindsay, the maiiagoi' of the company was made president. ' James D- llurd, u mining engineer of, Slioo|i's to i tf: FOR. ADOPTION. Strong healthy child. Box 345, Lothbridgo. Dublin, with long ox|>erion;c, has lioan appoinieil gomjral manager of tho companj, nnd H. M. Young whs mudo sucrelury. A tickling cough, from any cause, is quickly slopped by Dr. Slump's Cough Guiv. And it is so thoroughly harmless and safe, thmt Dr. Slump U-lls mothers everywhere to give it without hesitation even to very > oiing babes. The wholesome grecti leaves and tender stems of a lung hcu'ing mountainous- shruo, furnish the curative proporliys t > I � i  Slioop'h Cough Ciijv. It caiius the cough, and heals the sore and sensitive bronchial me nbraaes. No opium, no chloroform, u thing harsh used to injure or utppress. S ii | y a resinous plum \tr.i ', Hull hi Ips to heal| aching lungs. The i-|-iui'ii;'!s cull this shruli viiieh the D.u tor usen "I'he Sacred Herb." 3.' In. Taki no oil..'. Si'.-l I; Ho wiser ymn other jwoplo if you Apply to'enn, hut do not toil them go.-E�rl I of Chesterfield. all dealers. FOH SALE. For Salo-A correspondence course in good school. Owner unable to go on with it. Apply tollox 0, Herald office, OPINION^ OF THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Readers' Opinions Shown by expanding circulation list. " The Best Read Paper in the West. Advertisers' Opinions . . 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, which 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. ;