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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 15, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta WESTERN WAREHOUSE & TRANSFER CO. Lkl. R.iilioiul Tnuisft'rrinK. Dray- and (ienpral Delivering. ^ Coal D(slivered Promptly. HAY. OATS. SAND AND STONE FOli SALE AGENTS FOR est way to learn. (1) Because it costs no more than tilt nmkiug of one dress. (3) It only takes four days iiersonally, or a couple of weeks by mail. (3) The whole family caa learn from system and lessons you take home. (4) 1 have h�d thitteen years' experience in dress-cutting and teaching. Have taught over six ihuusand pupijs and all were more than Mtisfied. I ipiarantee to give fcoo to any erne h Iio can't make a perfect fit after they are through-and you don't pay uniil you are through and are perfectly satisfied. Don't forget to call on Saturday, i Farmers' daughters, and ladies who have worked at dressmaking, or apprentices, specially invited. MR.s. WM. S.\N'I)ER.si, Jiivenljr afni /m/iui/or. Will 1)0 .at the Dallas H�'.ol, I^lh i l>rltly;o, Satui-day, Nov. 17th ouW, Ishowirg nin�. win \x tmchlng . pupils on Monday, Tuosday, Wcdnos GOSSIP OF ^ FKO.M THK ui.'*f> t � ri'u GROWJNG TABER HJ:.|{AI.L> S TIIK MOW HAimsr AllVISTKIt. lU'v. tViii. floid Takt-.s Charge of Church in This t'it.v. SMOKE Lethbridge Belle Havana Smoker T. W. HANRAHAN .Manifacti KICK c HOICE ANDIES AKES B EST READ UNS UOAUD Ol' TK.'VDK. A mool.ng of the bu.sincss mosi of (hf town wuH held on J'riday evening lii.st at oi^hi p.n�. in the parlor of ihv.' Talwc Hotel to lA.scuss the advisability oi forming a Hoard ot Tnwie. JOverionc exprcsswi hJni�eW as tjfiiig in favor of the (ornutt.on of the same, and a motion \\a.s carried to start one. >lr. Dougla.s was elected I'lvsirlent. and faking the chair replied in a brief, but wry much to the point speech thanking those pposont for electing him, saying thai there v as a (Treat de.al to do, and it wouM need their co-operatiion. There wuh the immediate question of tlie (M U. cro-sKing, ii would Ix; a haixt i.^hl tail \vt> nuist go after it as a boJ.v now. There was the question a'vo of incorporation. The IJonrd of Ti'jitle could only siigft'ost nnd tl;o town vould hav�; to tlecide. Af'.'^r they Rol proi>erly orgaiiiA-'�. not reicrvcO. in�y be fcomeiiiKideil by any pornoa who Is ib. mi e be&il of a famtljr, or any male over IS ftitf. aKu (if ihc laud In each year for: three vfdrt. �i. If the failier(orirother, If the father in | deceanctl) of the home .leader rtaldes ii|iou a | r.irin III the viclnlif of the land emered for the ' rcHUlreraenls as to residence ma; be sallktled j II) sucti |iec�nii cesldlnfc with the fattier or ,' rolUer. :i if il.p > oilier has his permanent rofore noon, and th.\v will go out t.hc.saiTie night. Wo have a new i!2 horse Reeves Engine witli plows ami other fix-.; turea, which we will sell on easy terms oj- i?xchange for lamls O. W. Kerr Co. Lethbridge, Alta. MINSTltKL .SHOW. f Smith's Plantation Pastime Vo. occupied the boards at the Min.ir's (iron Had on Thursday and Friday nig'ht. The show was excoodini;ly good and reflectours ol.|uired after two or thjvo. year.*}' I prospectinjj. Wo now have title to ' ' nearly iO.OOO acres of coal laaJs. The concern 5s, of coursd on the 'I'a'bor mine, but we expect to employ, as soon as the new -works arc put up, 000. Wc took over the mine on Sept 1. t'. Dixon, who was for many jears connected with the Pitt.s-Kirg (.'onl Co., yvtaieh is the large.st in the tvorlJ, and thoroughly upto-ilatc. is tlte manager. ^ ".�\t prD.serjt there is a groat scarcity of coal m Western Canad."*," .Mr. Robertson procoodt'd. "Our itit-put is not large. We are producini^-from .SOO to 400 tons a day. P.ut the output is inen?asing every .lay, ajjd we e.xpect hy this time next vi�af to be producing 2.000 Ions per day ' lit least. During the scarcity, we are endeavoring to �li\-ide the roaJ up among tltc different towns, fri in vvl.tch we receive orders, so that wo may keep them all partially sup -plied, ft is inipoK.sible, however, loi- ] us to  contc anywhere ni'ar iiKv-iinti; i the demand. Jjast Sur.day Uev. Wm. Itcid lom-iTicnced his pastorate in connection with the Jlaptist (Miurcli of nisi p.il.v. Mr. Iteid is a Hccrlchmaii. 11 native nf Lanarkshire iind has ho^ni in this countr.v rMil,\ one yoaf. Previous to coming here he wns pii^itui' of lhf> Innisfail ehuvcli and .was very successful ther;i. Two \ears ago Mr. Iteid comjdetod his course at the Haptist � Theological Colii'ge at fil.is-gow. and then spent a year in 'lie asgow City .Mission. .Vs a spe..i'v. er he is fluent and pleasing-. His sermons on Sunday wr-r,- ll.s ieneconci!ed to Ood. Mr. Itoid bids fair lo liecom-' a valuable addition to tlio ronks ol the clergy in this riiy. EASTERN TOWNSHIPS ^ BANK 0* capit.vi, .i^:{,(mOOO seskbve, $l,(H.)0,rHX) UrOAH OFFICE - , - SHERBROOKE, f^UE \V.>i. Fabwei-i. - Pkesidkn't .I.tMES iM.^CKIS'NON, lOESER.tf, MaSAOKB 55 Branches and Agencies in Canada I}r,inclie.s lately opem�l in Alf.K;rta COLEMAN TABER George E. Esviny, Manager Frank E. Brine, Manager Savint^s Bank Deijutment in Conreetion. fteneral Ijaijking Husiness Carried On MONEY OUDEUS issnetl imyu'^l� l)ar at any hank in f!ana(ia (Ynkon excepted), also at principal tx)ints in Englaiul ajul C'tited .Statfs. rates: ifo and iimler.,.......... :{.. .10 to 80............ lOc $.5 to !illi>............... iic $yO to $rjO.........., Uc Ene of the iM:St onvtors in the tjue'iec house, und Our propositions in the Living-; Pcemi^r Coiiin's strong support jr, ."tone ipoutttai�.s are coking coal, j uiU siiccuniib to th.-' nrgumenis whilst the mineral in the Talwrmln.- sir Wilfrid and take onico in the ,.xl-is one of the finest �lomostic coals loicnil cabinet. It is thou,ght he will be found on the continent. Wo in-; tK> a cabinet minister without (lort-tond to develop the former in *ho|fQ|j, near future. It cat.not brove the apr�etito smelters in British ColunrWa and the j strengthen the digestion atwl regu we.stern states of America. The Ta!�-! (he liver and bowels. er mineral is a good steam coal. ' _^- Th* interviever intprired if the \ts-; itor would say anj^thing relative to ; the labor dispute. 0 I do not Uke to l.ie quctiAil i.r- "There are more things in heaven � saying anything, " he aps^wencd. We;.UKl earth than are dreamt of in thy j ha'.-n had no trovrhle our.selves. Whw ;'f^^''o-'*nsc brick making plant at lleliiincc, which will surpass everything in the we.s-t. Colhoim is opening up a class boot and shon Sunday morning last those \ ho were up in time sectirod a fine vi-'w of the mountains in Mirage. It was a very clear morning and hundrcls witTiesft!>d tho remarkable view. SAVE MONEY NOW - - n,.�i,lontiid Lots in Blocks �C" and "F," Apply to H. MACBETH Roal Estate ond Insurance. I can sell j*6ii lots now in Tulmr for 1100, that will be selling at $200 in a month's time. Good Farming Land-for sale W. F. RUSSELL R�a1 Estate Agent Tuiior, Alta. A GOOD Tni.Vn FOH TAIJKn. Winnilicg Free Press. In the city at the present iwio there arc two |p;ntlonicn who have invested several millions of dollars in Canadian industries. One is O. X. Uobortson, of St. Paul and the other F. K. Kcnaston of Sfinncapolis. The former is presidoivt of the led J)eer IjUmlxr Co., which operates a mill at iJurrows on the Ued Deer lake, and hs occupies a similar position in connocl'ion with the Elk Ltimlter Co., Fci-nie B.C. Mr. Ken-astoit is prcsitlcnt of the American Altell Threshing Machine Co., Toronto, and also of the Minn�ap > 5s Threshing Machir.e Co., Ijoth .^f which have large waruhonseK in Wiu-iiir>og. Th.?sc gentlemen have a mutual interest in C'nnn�lian coal, having- taken over the projwrt.v of tho Talw Coal Mining Co., whic-h is no-r known as the Canada West Coal :ind Coko Co. . "We are installing one >! tho fine-tt coal mine ^.-piipments that,'! tup  pdfic. can he fotind in either tha I'n-ited State* or Canada." said Mr. Robertson to a Fre� Press nopresi-o-tativc at the Koyal Alexandra hotel last owning. "We shall haws a. "rtetd tipple, electric haulage and ev-y ! any otltor magician, hypnotist ..i or men and to ourselves. ipate i\p trouble." . - ------- -=. ------- -. .------- 1 Asked if he saw any fu-ospect o: ! mind roftder in that in one eveni.ng western Canada supplying itself wi'h i he i>enorni.s the most dillicult, olnb-its own coal, Mr. Roliert.son said; | orate and complicated fOiits of eacn. "There is no. rea-son why Alberta should not furnish western Canada Wnn.peg includwl. To do .this, however, there must Iw a sub.slantial reduction in freight, rates." Messrs. Kobertson and Kenaston ivturn homeward today, having cimi;-to W'innipog rtn business. HEATH OR COOK STO?E / Call and see.Our Stock and you are sure of being satisfied St".L.LS MOHB OF CHAMUKR-1^\TN"S l^OrCrU llF.MRnV TH V C OF At.T. OTIIEIl.S I'tT TOGETHFIt, Mr. Thos. George, a merchant ut Mt. Klglu, Ontario, says: "I have had tho local agency for Chamber  lain'.s Cough Kenwdy ever since it was introduced into tTar-ada, and I sell as ii\tich of it .is i do of all other lines I haw on my shelves pm together, Ofthe many doicnfi sold under guarantw, 1 haw not had ^ 'ic bottle rDturnod. I can personally le-commjnnd this nu>dicin� as I have nr--Ml ii myself and ffiven it to ii.v children and always with the i''?-t results. Sold by all druggists. F-verythinir is novel from, beginni.ig j ^ to ending atitl embraces niuch that is wierd, incomfirehensjble .and marvelous to Ijehold. His entire entertainment is pivsonted indppoiiflent of -It.--usual stage aitSfices, such as esp'?^' -ially ^designed dross suits, confe.-^ler ates in the nuilienc or inechaniciil trap doors ar.d contriv.ancos in the -stage, .and yet, in his iruigical per � formance, they are all tricks in which he makes you bclicvt? you -sih-thing.s yi>u do not, and keeps you I'rom .sceii\g things you .should not. .Supr.()i\lMl l)y a company including several WiOl Itnoivn vaudevill;; a'^%s, tho Great McKwen comes to lio'-h -br.dge for two nights l>eginning next We-dnosda.v. I HicK (El WaKely The Leading Tinners, Plumliers, Steam and Hot Water Fitters. Telephone 110. A PI FF FOlt TlfK inOUAl.n. tiK Botel Hrllnflion FRED. ROONEY, - PROP. GOOD ACCOMMODAflON FOR THE TRAVELING PUBLIC IXCELLENT CUISINE BATHS HOT AND COLO WATER RATES ,$1.50 A DAY LETHBRIDGE - ALBERTA (I'etorboro, Ont., Kxaniiiier.) MI.V-VKSOTA.\ FOR PRRSIDFNT. Governor .fohn A. .lohnston Meat ioned by Democratic roliticians as Amongst tho .Po.ssib.l-ities. Wtth tills wixJi's issue the le,ng i-nudo, it is succeoding pretty well. No di)ii'>t the ire.rald will live to colelirivt.- \ > ROYAL V HOTEL! TABER, ALTA. Irvine & Lemon, - Proprietors I 5W Rates $1.50 and $2.00 per Day XKW Al.ltKltTA IIAII.WW Washington, Nov. 10.-Dtniocr ttic politicians looking to 1908 see -pos siW.lities" in Governor .John A. .)olin son of Minnesota. His phenomenal majority for re-election nnd h.s evident hold of the |>oop}.' of the North jI'lany happy birthdays yet. S'tiir state has started talk concoi-n- . -^--- ing a vice-presidential nomination. Some admiring Domocrats go furthn-nr.d are talking "Wh.v not Govern.3r .Tohnson of Minnesota for president? thopular atnl i'i;re Is talk of n Folk and .lohii.^to'.t ticket. FHEK BUS MEETS ALL TRAINS SAMPLE ROOMS IN CONNECTION Great West Company Will Ask liatnent to .Vmend .-Vet. CIIAPPBl) HANDS. Wash your han''ng tf� h\t session for an act to amend the i.ct!^ relating to the company, by, ext(>i-,il-ing or altering its raihvay route as follows: 1st, commencing^at a point, at or near Cow-le.v on the Cana lian Pacific Hallway (Crow's Nest brnii'-!i thence following the vallo.v ni 'hoi I north folk of the Old Man's river, j up to ar.d through "The Gap" in ih.-i | l/ivingston range of the llo-'iv j Mountains, thence northerly n the valley of the.Ivivingstono river to its hend*iuartors, thence northorl.v l\\ the most practical route to a .iuno;,-ion with tho Canadian Pacific -lil-�*a.v; and from a point near " The Gnp," ill the I>ivir.lgstono ran,:;e. southerly to a 'junction with the fJanadiau Pacific railwa.v fCrow'.'-; | Ve.vt branch) at or near I'^'rank, in I the prnvinco of AVl)erta; Srd, from i/ the Canadian Tacflc railway. i The Hotel Windsor H. �. MIEBACH, Proctor Every attention given thj travelling public FomX Staltle in connection Telephone 47 Landseekers'and Rancher's Hendqiiarters ' RAXES, $1.00 PER DAY We Can and We Will Give you better Stoves for less money than s any other place in the city. Our prices such tis .$0.00 For a Guaranteed Heater .$700 For a Little Be 11 e r knocks the bottom ont of any ot those so-ciilled bargains in town. Call and see our Stoves.....It won't do any harm. THE CENTRAL HARDWARE STOR10 .!� G. L. VROOMAN ^ ;