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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 15, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta WESTERN WAREHOUSE & TRANSFER CO. Railroad Transferring. Dray* iiig mul ibniernl Delivering. Vi;/�i/.o titut tn�ti hi tor. Will he at tho Dallas Hotel, f/>lh bridge. Si�l iiitliiy. Nov. l*th mil.'. ' ------- - snowii jjr method* o( teaching anil Synopsis Of Canadian North-West. .wonii>� pupils, w.u w teaching - -- pupils on Monday. Tuesday, Wedu-'h >f tho week to'. CHOICE ANDIES AKES IB EST READ UNS the imme j of incorporation. The Hoard of [ Trade could only suggest nnd tho j town voiild have to decide. Afr>r j th.-v (jot projierly ortfniiiAMl tiiey ; would iliM'isK (he qne0 |vr unniitii. It was further resolvwl thnt the I President. Hvn Vice-PisvhlentN .Hid the SiiT.'inrv interview- the repre�en-tnti\e of the C.P.H.. Mr. .tnniison, when he \ ;silei| t�iwn on the follow* inp day model n apptliinco. \\n shall also Itutilsh current to tho town of liber, which comprises l,5nn people mil is still growing. Tin; compiir.;.. moreover, have hoU^iifts in tho Livingstone range, which have Ixvn acquired nftnr two or thiw io.xr.-j' prospecting. We now lui\e trfle to noarly 00,000 acren of coal hints, Tho concurn Is, of coursixon, who was for many years connected with the Pitts urg font Co., which is the largest in �lio world, nml thoroughly upto-ertson proceede-l. ' Our mt-put is not large. We are producing from H00 to inn tons n ilay. lint the output is increasing every -by, md wo expect by this time next �e.ir to be producing tt.OOO tons per day ut least. DuHng the scarcity, wv are endeftvoring to divide the coa' up a'lionx the dilter�-nt towns, fn 111 wlAcli we receive ordi'is, so that w.� may keep them nil partially �u|> -plied, ft is Impossible, however, for vis 1o coitw nnywher near ims-iin-: the (I emu ml. Our propositions in the l.ivinti-"tone mountains lire cokin� coal, whilst the mineral in the T'libermin.' City Bakery F. C CocKe, Prop. \ im- post oKrici". iiK.firi..\'i IONS. HOMKSTRAD ItCQUUTIONS. ilay and Thur�day lowing. A NY itrn uir|.iim � ml so. not tru-ntO ii>>> br kieii*>-,:--4i|fri by tnj person who Is 'b-- r briil .' k> . IS ll.r f ii. ui i.r oir ^iuii.-i ICCItell v irs muir �!* lesa. k11 tj in..�t i.r unite pcrsoiu'lr at the lecil in.', "'fill l.l Ulc illSIIICt til Will, li tUi- ui11i I* , *i .,t iAc huine leader r�a|ile*i m~u *i t.i in t'i tlx v finit- ut ibe Unit ftnerril for tlir ii'Miiitrrarm* as m rrntitrt.ee ma; tiv naltsilril 1 muh ffi�..u tc�l'llii( with the (n'.ier ui I y'Ufl. !! t. r .--Irr has bis rrimanrnt ri-it.trnrr ui > him In inr vicln-> r pl\on .1 ibr �'.....ir.-.i.orr ot Itotnliiluii I.in.i* ai o u*is in roars of laughter all the im-e. The other metnliers of the truil.ie veiv also very entertaining 'I'llK NKW IIAC'lTHl' MlVISI'MII. \\u\ . Win. Held Takes I Tin rue of 'ho Church in This City. , Last Hur.dav Hoc. Win. Ileid eoni* itienced his pastorate in connection I with the Unplisl Church of "n's iC.iiy. Mr. Ileid is 11 Scirt china a. v. I native of Lanarkshire mid has been' In this country oiih one yenr. Prev-t ions tt> coming here he wns |mst,)" I of the Inttlsfail church and ,whk \ery ] iiiiccesKful titer.". Two years ano Mr. lleltl completed his course ul lit!1 Hnptisl Theological College at "Lis ! ifflw, and then spont n year in 'he |(llasgow City Mission As n sfie.t \-' nr he is lUient and |ilensin)' His .sermons on Sunday were li> ! inlusl to nttent .ve'.y by lar�e ecome re�onrll�v| 'to Clod.  Mr. 1'eid bids fn'i tu 1-ecom�� a valuable addition to the ranks 01 thbn&kvb, j?1,(MX),oo�"� HKAD OFFICIO - * . SfltiRBROOKti, QVE. NVm. Faiiwell - Pkbsidkxt .lAMES MaCKISXON, I (IP.NKIlAf, Maxaokr 55 Branches and Agencies in Canada I Iran dies Inttfly oppuwl in Alhcrtu COLEMAN TABER (.leor^o F.. lowing. Moiiiik|nrtmenl in ('.\)Ui;ar n( any bunk in ('iinmin (Yukon oxet-ptod). also ut principal points in Kiij d*nw at --^-- oliiv. Imcaitse some railroad is buck from Calgary, where tlv tests rosp.'ct .. western Canada siipplymtr itself wi>h its own coal. Mr. Iloliertson "aid: Theiv Ik mi reason why Albert a liould not furnish western Cnn-i'Li Wnn-pog incltuliHl. To do athis. ho-v ever, tle-re mtist U> a suhsldlitial reduction in freight rates." Messrs. Iloliertson and Keimst>,ii ivturn homeward today, havinar cn.u.. to Winnipeg mi business. Sf.Ll.S MOHF. l�F CHAMllKV; LMN'S COVOll HKMF.nV TH v c OF ALL OTIIKItS pi J TOC.UTHlTt. -O- Mr. Thos. fb-oi-ge, u nicrch.ilit u' Ml. Klgtn, Ontario. s�ys: "I have had th.j local ngen children and nlways with the i,-.i results. Sold hy all druggists. McKwcn an.l his company one is com pellinl to excluim. "Will wonders ri.'m>r ceuse?t' Mcl-wei.'s entertain -inein is unlike the i-nierta.nmont d unv other iragir.ian, hypiiotisl or mind n-ader in that in one eveni'iif he t*erform.i the most dillicult. elaborate ami complicated feats of earn. I. very I him.' is novel from betrinni.ig tn ending ami embraces much that is wier.l. iiicoinprchensible and marvelous to U'hoUl. His entire euierwun ineiit is pivs^.nteil ilidep 'liilent of  h � usual .singe urt'ilices. such as esj,,,- . ially ^tlesiglliil tlivss suits, ronfe.ler utes in the uudienc or uiechani'i.l tr.ip doors ai.,1 contrivances in tlv sl.tge and yet. in his nui^lcul uer formniice, they are all tricks .11 which he makes you believe ymi see lli.'ii;.. >>>u do not. and keeps veil from Heebie things urn stioul.t not Supinirled by n company including ewral well niiniin vauilevill' a�".s, the (ireat Mcl-.vven coin's to l�''h-lir.�lge for two niijbts iMfrinuing ii.-\i WMnesilny. HEATING STOVE Call and see Our Stock and you arc sure of being satisfied HicK (L Wakely TIip Lending Tinners. Plumltors. SU'itm and Hot VVnter Fitters. Tt'lophotif llil. > #�>t^iKg>($>s)^ Ml.SVKSOTA.V FOlt PllKSII-J-NIT fSovcmor John A. Johnston M^u them The lb-raid is doinK its l-cst to bo un U'thbritlKv. and. iiultiing by the that is lie.ug made. 11 is diiu'.t 1 tlx Botel Arlington FRED. ROONEY, - PROP. GOOD ACCOMMODATION FOR THE TRAVELING PUBLIC tXCELLENT CUISINE BATHS HOT AND COLD WATER HAT IIS ,$i.ftO A DAY LETHBRIDGE - ALBERTA 1 ROYAL * HOTEL! TABER, ALTA. I I rvine 8t Lemon, - Proprietors 1 r I Rates $1.50 and $2.00 per Day . >|i|. iii.i/.in tli ruining W. M. BARBER. Puintor nn�l 1) oc orator l'liinting n Bpociulty t iinai,' Pa pu changing  K.ils''*'ll,�1,lK Plastering! Plastering!! Plain and : : : : Ornamental Plastering. | I TOWN LOTS In the city ut the present i nio there nro two a^>ntleim>n who have iiivcstirt wverul millions of dollum in t'aiiattiun industries. One is O. A. lloberiKoii, of St. Paul and the oih-jci' F. M. Kenastou of Minneapolis. The former is jiresideiit of tlie te.l Iks-r Ii' Co., which operates a mill nt liurrowh on the Hod Peer lake, and h> occupies a similar portion in connsction vviih the Klk 'Lumber Co., Ferule 11.C. Mr. Ken-i aston is presidrnt of the American i AU'll Tinvshing Machine Co., Toronto, ami also of the Minn�*apiris iThreshing Machir.c r Johnson of Minnesota for president? ''-rent th# fact that Judgs. Alton II. 1-arkcr wlml his congratulations to Juan ston is regarded as highly signiflcan'. in vicv of the well known fuel that John is u great udmiror of William 1. tlryan. At till events the Minnesota chief executive is rlftlit now ocrup.v.ng th�- thoiitfbts ol eastern tkmiocrnts Covnrnor Folk of Mis  Kourl is also very popular and lU-re is talk of a Folk and. Johnston ticket. FUF.K Bl'S MEETS ALL TKAIXK SAMPLE ROOMS IN @ ft r CONNECTION rt'.'sl Company Will \sk liument to Amend Act SAVE MONEY NOW - - v.. U �sidi-nlinl Lota in Ulocks (" and "F," Apply to H. MACBETH * Real Estate and Insurnnco. Tulior for *10n, thnt will bo i . known ns the Cumtda West Coul st'lHiiK nt $200 in n month s I CokP t.n. "We are jns-tn)li)iK one of tho ino-n coal mine equipments that, 1 ' nip  pose, can bo found in either tha I'n-, Iterl RtalPti or Canada," said Mr. " Hobertfion to a Free Press n-prvsen- W. F. RUSSELL Jntivo at tho Uoyn) Alexandra hotel. "Wo shall have n st^d j time. Good Farming Land*for salui ftlV). nilAPPKD HANDS. Wash your hands with warm water dry with a towel and apply Cham berlnin's Salve Just bed,re go ng tu betl. and u R|ieod.\ cure is certain 'Phis salve is also invuluab.e lor sore nipples, itctiing piles ne-l ..kin diseases. |''or sale by all druggists CAL.L ON Reul Estate Agent J. Colhoun, Taber, Alta., - t'OH - BOOTS � SHOES MADE TO ORDER Repairs a specialty Oitawa, Nov '.i-Ihe ' Hi real IV-. Hallway Company" will apply r.-\t session for an act to amend tli.-i.n-relating to the company l>y e\tc-i,I inK or altering its rairway rmile us follows: 1st, cotnmencingvat a point at or near Cowley on th.- Cana li.-.n , Pacific ltailvvay (Crow's Nest brae''i : thence following th'' valley oi ' he north folk of the Old Man's river, ; up to ni.d through "'i'll.' (lap" in \).t Livingston ranee "f the I to '..v Mountains, thence northerly .n lln-valley of the Ijvingstonn river to its fK-tiiUjiinrt.-i's, ihitnc norlherly lv .the most practical route to a iune:-ion with the Canadian Pactfie il  1 way: and from a point near "The Chip." in tho Iavir-lgstoiie ntn.?e. southerly to a 'junction with the Canadian Pacific railway f Crow's , Nest branch) at or near Frank, in the province of Alberta; Srd. from i. |Pi7'.nt about six miles north of "Tin flap" in the t/ivingston * ruii�v. sisterly and northerly to a nm  i.ni with the Cnl(tary-Mncleod branch ii The Hotel Windsor H. E. MIEBACH, Proprietor Every attention given tlu� travelling pnblio Ft'ii I Stable in connection Telephone 17 Landscekers' and Rancher's Fleailqiwirlers RATES, $1.00 PER DAY Tabor. W\a. i J'JJ,,"^^,.,,. "h-TuT^o and "ei-" -y 1 AMraa.; N�t loot to Jati�. Mtat Marlttt  the Canadian Pacflc railway We Can and We Will l-iivu yon bettor Stoves for less money than any other place in the city. Our prices sncli tm $(>00 For n (iiia m ittccit 11 eater $7�0 For a Little Better knocks the bottom oat of any of (hose so-ra!l�i! bargain* m town. Call and see our Stoves.....It won't do tiny harm. THE CENTRAL HARDWARE STORE ^ G. L. VROOMAN * 47 ;