Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 15, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta
Capital $1,000,000. Copper, Gold, Graphite and Tripoli Deposits. Bonanza for a Quarter 25c. will buy One Share in the San Juan Mining and Manufacturing Company, Limited. Principal Objects of the Company (a) To ftirtlier develop and place on a shipping basis a number of very rich and extensive copper-gold deposits, (b) To further exploit a group of eight graphite claims, the development work on which shows every indication of a large deposit of this substance of a very superior quality, (c) To engage in the manufacture of a variety of materials from a valuable deposit of tripoli owned by the Company. Situation The properties of the Company are all situated in the San Juan valley and vicinity, on the we�t coast of Vancouver Island. Tripoli From Tripoli, a metal-polishing pasto, a plate powder, u liquid polish, inks, c.iu be niadc, Other uses can alto be made of this valuable material. The profita on all tiiese artich>8, even in the initial stage, have averaged fully 50 per cent., but with the installation of a proper plant this percentn>?e will bo very materially increased. It is the intention of the Company to build and operate a factory at San .luan for the manttfacture of the foregoing articles. This plant can be operated by water power, of wiiich there is ample for all requirements. Timber All the claims of the Company are heavily timbered with spruce, cedar, hemlock and fir. The results of logginft in this diattict have proved the land to carry on an average 50.()0f> feet of tirst-clnss timber per acre. Get some Shares at once. This Company is a money-maker from the start. Live Stock Men Insure your Stock in The Pioneer Live Stock Indemnity Company. Premium Rates Class "A"--Dairy and other cattle, insured not to exceed 140.00 per Lead, t� per cent.; Class "B"' ?arm and village horses, insured not to exceed $250.00 jjer head, 7 per cent.; Class "C"-City, draught, livery, mining, lumbering and logging horses, insured not to excet>d $250.00 per head, 8 per cent.; Class "D"-Pedigreed bulls, insored over $40.00 and not to exceed $300.00 per head, and pedigreed cows, insured over $40.00 and.not to exceed $150.00 per head, 8 per cent.; Class "E"'-Mares and geldings, jacks and Pedigreetl stallions, insured over $r;C0, and not to exceed StO greed stallions, $l,0aX00 ii�'r head. 10 per cent. References per head. 9 per cent.; Class F"-IVdi- Bradatreet's Commercial Agency; Piiget Sound National Bank, Seattle, Wash.; Eegistrnr of Joint-Stock Insurance Companies, Victoria. B. C; Registrar of Joint Stc(-k Insurancti Companies. Edmonton. Alberta. T. E. PATTESON, Ott Block, Represents These Concerns at Lethbridgre. Canadian Pacific ANNU-AL EASTERN CANADA EXCURSIONS LOW ROUND TRIP RATES TO ONTARIO. QUEBEC AND MARITIME PROVINCES Tickets on sale �daily, ^�ov. 24 to Dec. 31, inciusivc, good to ivtiirii within Ihrec months. Finest oqnipmenl. .ncluUing siani-artl Pirsl-cla.ss .Slcopinif aiuij Tourist Cars on all througli trains. Two Through Express Trains. Apply to nearest for full SnforiTKition. C.r.ny. ngont Canadian Pacific WESTERN EXCURSIONS SINGLE FARE Plus 12 for th� Round Trip -TO- VANCOUVER -.\ND~ VICTORIA Tickets on sale Dfc. 1, 3, 4, 13, 14, 15. leos, Jan. 7, 8, and 9, 1007 good to return within three nwnths. McAdoo & Van Horn Cartac(e Co. CONTRACTING DRAYINC COAL DELIVERY CMh most accompany all coal orders Every house in this town Has use for a jewelry store otice in a while. A present to be botight, maybe. Or somebody wants a Watch. Or the house needs a Clock. Or some Silverware. Or a ring for the Baby. Or a Brooch. And then it is that we can be of service to you-and tiien it is that we can show yoti why our trade giowB steailily and constantly. We take care of ALL your varied wants in our line. W. J. Armstrongj JEWELER ENGRAVER OPTICIAN. Agent for BELL PIANOS H. L. Stepbenc Matt Rockemiori Offloe-Fint door south of Sal Tation to do MO, or if ho fail to coniplotc the work contracted for. If the 1oi.iler be not Rccopted the choqiio will bo returned. The Department does not bind it-.�wlf to accept the lowest or any tender. By Order, PHEMIEH SCOTT TALKS ABOUT THE JniHEATESJED COAL FAOTNE. Hofurnption of Lcthbridge Mines the Only Salvation. (Winnipeg Telegram.> �There is practically no soft coal ir. the Province of Saskatchewan at the present t^mie," said Premier iVul-ter Scott of. Uegina, who stopped over in Winnipeg for twelve nours yesterday before continuing hi.s trip to OfUawa, to attwid the provincial conference at Ottawa. "The coaL situation is to say the least, alarming," continuc.nc8 at Lethbridge. Even in tho roost ordinary win or the coal dealers throughout the province run out of soft coal, as the irter sea.Hon ncars itn close. 'in-ually at this time their bins end yaro .s to be able to co|)e with the t'e-maul. Now, however, the 'j'j.s hrouifhout tho province are practic-lly empty. There is no soft coal in llegina and the same condition r f annii's is reported all through the THROUCH TO CHICAGO Through Tourist Sleeper Daily to Chicago and Intermediate Points via the Great Northern Railway's SUPERB NEW TRAIN, THE ORIENTAL LIMITED Tourist sleeping car rates are one half standard sleeper rates. Every convenience, every comfort. For particulars enquire from H. Mjicbeth. Agent, Lethbridge. S. S, Minnesota sails from Seattle for the Orient Oct. 20 S. S. Dakota sails from Seattle for tho Orient Nov. 28. FRED Jprovince of Saskatchewan Dcpartmcntof Public Works, Ottawa, October 29, 1906. Xewspapors Inserting this adwr -tisemcnt v ithout authority from ths Department will not be pntd for it. WANTED 193.00 REWARD. I,o�t - Bay horw, branded v3 (monogram) loft hip.-J. B5. HOW-SON, Medicine Hat. Kir!*t class general agcni for tho Lethbridgv asy terms. A. ciirsiioijtf. p. O. Box 437. Lolhbridge. "Tho stoves of the furinera are fitted to burn soft coal, and they ean-i not handle anthracite readily. IV-I sides the cost of liard 'oal in ihia country is somothing to bo con-iMc'-0(1 vcrj' closely. It would fit ' a no bad if iho mines at Fcrnioi w.�!"w' 'tinnins in full bkist, but they h.ivo clow>d down, or arc at least ^)pijr jilting with a short staff, -which not liogin to cope with the coal a^v-nd fi>r or even supply coal sufflci snt for tho railways. "When the mines c^bsed down in Lethbridge it was thought that the strike would only be of short duration, buti it' has hung on until the present tSmc. Of course tho mineii are piittir.g out a urnall amottnt but not enough to keep UR from freeeing Usually the coal supply is given to us before the movement In the whmt starts e�st, but the early utart of thi^ wheat tnovenient put a dampi*-on our cJifKHrtntlons. "The one hig powvr plen't of ''he province, situatoti at Regina, Is ri^n short of coal. What we wouM do if the power wan shut olT is a matter of conjecture, The lookout for us Is NO REDUCTION IN FORCE. Keducing Yukon Posts Docs Mean Dismissals. N,jt FOR THE BEST SERVICE IN LETHBRIDGE STOP AT THE HOTEL DALLAS Calgary, Nov. 7.-Conunissioiur Perry, of the R.N.W.M.P., was ii. i.lw c.ty Friday evening and went wes'. on the train Saturday morning. Ife will go �8 far as Vancouver and will return in a few days. While speaking about the r^warrls offercn tiikeii front the gold country, and .t will bo some time 'bcforei tho now towns and districts can ilis -poDso with the services of the }a\v compelling forces of tho Ito.val Nor- thwe.'Jt Mouivtcd Polite, whow niiuio is a synonym for'good law. Aldorniian Grieslmch Is a candili.lo lor mayor of Oalgary.