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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 15, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta Capital $1,000,000. Copper, Gold, Graphite and Tripoli Deposits. AA^AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA^AA^AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA^AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Bonanza for a Quarter 25c. will buy One Share in the San Juan Mining and Manufacturing Company, Limited. Principal Objects of the Company Situation The properties of the Company are nil situated in the Snn Juan valley and vicinity, on the wett const of Vancouver Island. Tripoli From Tripoli, a metal-polishing paste, a pinto powder, a liquid polish, inks, can lie made. Other uses can alto bo made of this valuable material. The profits on all these articles, even in the initial sta^e. have averaged fully �0 per cent., but with the installation of a proper plant this percentage will he very materially increased. It is the intention of the Company to build and operate a factory at San .Mum for the manufacture of the foregoing articles. This plant tan be operated by water power, of which then; is ample for all requirements. Timber All the claim* of the Company are heavily timbered with spruce, cedar, hemlock and fir. The results of logging in this ditttict have proved the land to carry on nn average oO.tH.10 feet of first-class 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 * 10.00 per head.�� per cent.: Class � IV Farm and village horses, insured not to exceed $250.00 per head. 7 per cent.: Class "C-City, draught, livery, mining, lumbering and logging horses, insured not to exceed �250.00 per head, 8 per cent ; Class 'D"-Pedigreed bulls, insured over $40.00 and not to exceed $300.00 per head, and pedigreed cows, insured MO.OOand not to exceed $1")0.00 per head. 8 per cent.: Class "K" Mares and geldings, jacks and Pedigreed stallions, insured over Sf.U). and not to exertd greed stallions. $1,000.00 \*>r head. 10 per cent. $'.10 per head. SI per cent.; Class "K"-IVdi- References over $40.1 Urndstreet's Commercial Agency: Piigrt Sound National Bank, Seattle. Wash.: Registrar of .Joint-Stock Insurance Companies. Victoria. It. IV. Registrar of Joint Stock Insurance Companies. Kdinonton Alberta. T. E. PATTESON, Ott Block, Represents These Concerns at Lethbridge. Canadian Pacific ANNUAL EASTERN CANADA EXCURSIONS LOW ROUND TRIP RATES TO ONTARIO. QUEBEC AND MARITIME PROVINCES Tickets on sal*? daily. Nov. !il to Dec. Sil. inclusive, good to i%'liiri) within three months. Finest equipment, .ncltidtng stunl-urd First-class SU-i-piiiK unit Tourist ('urn on all through trams. Two Through Express Trains. Apply to nfuri"-! C.IVHy. agent for full tinforiiiation. Canadian Pacific WESTERN EXCURSIONS SINGLE FARE  Plus $2 for the Round Trip -TO- VANCOUVER -.VXD- VICTORIA -o- Tickets on sale Due. 1, 3, 4. 13. 14, 15. 1900, Jan. 7. 8. and 9, 1007 good to return within three months McAdoo & Van Horn Cartage Co. CONTRACTING DRAYINC COAL DELIVERY Cwh most accompany all coal orders Office-First door south of Sal vatiou Army barracks. Telephone 77 I Every house in this i town Hus use for it jewelry store once in it while. A present to be bought, may-be. Or somebody wants a Watch. Or tin* housu needs a Clock. Or some Silverware. Or a rinjj for the Baby. Or a Brooch. And then it is that wo can bo of service to you-and then it i* that we cuu show yon why our trade niows steadily and constantly. We take care of ALL your varied wants in our line. fvi. J. Armstrong! JEWELER ENGRAVER OPTICIAN. Agent for BELL PIANOS H.L. Stephen* Mail Rockesdorl # When you come to the Metropolis stay at the Palace! Hotel $1.00 per day | j Opposite CP. R. epot Stephens * Itockendorf Proprietors Calgary, Alberta | SFALF.P TF.NPKUS addressed to the undersigned and endorsed "Ten  der for Public lluilding. F/dmontou. Altu.," will lie received ut this ni-flce \mtlt Wednesday, November 2rt, lOOfi. inclusively, tor the consira.'t  ion of a Public Jlullding ul l&lmoii -ton. Altu. I'laim ami speciflcut.ons eun Ikwcii and forms of tender obtained at this Department on application to Mr. It. .1. Manson. Clerk of Works, &hm>n-ton. Alta.. ami Mr. >. OnvnAuld. Supt, ol Public Works. Winnipeg. Man. Persons tendering arc notified that tenders will not bo couddorwl unless mado on tho printed form supplied, and signed with their actual signatures. Each tender must lie accompanied hy an accepted cheque on a char.erect bank, made payable to the orr of the Honourable the Minister ol Public Works, equal to ten jut cent (10 p.c.) of thu uiuoutit of the t-der, which will u'l to complete the work contracted for. If the tei.der lie not accepted tile cheque will be returned. The Itepartinent not bind itself to accept the lowest or any tender. llv Order, ' FltF.D OKLINAS*. Secretary. Pepartmontof Public Works. Ottawa, October 20. 1906. KowHpa|toni Inserting this adver -tismcnt v Ithout authority from th? Department will not be pntd for it. LOOKS BAD I'HKMIKK SCOTT TALKS ADOPT Till: TIlltKATKNKD COAL FAM1NK KcHimption of U'thhridge Mines .s the Only Salvation. WANTED First cla^s general ngoiu for tho I>>thl>ritlg-s (It., just finished. Water and electric light. For saIo on easy terms. Part cash down, remainder on easy terms. A. CIIISUOUI. P. O. llox 4!17. Lothbridgo. tWinni|M*g Telegram.>  riiere is practicully no soft coal ii. the 1'rovincu of Saskatchewan at the present rtuivj." said Fremier �Val-ter Scott of Iteglnu, who wtoppe.i over in Winni|>eg for twelve nourn yesterday lieforu continuing his trip to Ollfciuu, to attend the provmclat conference at Ottawa. "The coal situation Is to say the least, alarming," continued Mr. Scott. "Just imagine the position of a farmer living in thu outside districts where thpre arc broad sections of lui.vl, without any wood to speak of within miles of them, '.'ho local coal dealers aro totally unnKo to supply the deinund, thoir base having been rut off by tho closing of the ntnes at Lothbridgo- "Kven in tho most ordinary winter the coal dvulerii throughout the province run out of soft coal, us tho uirter season ncars its close. Usually ui this link- their bins i>nd yards uro well slocked with fuel. t>o as to Ik* able to co|m with tho femur d. Sow, howewr, the '*i|.s throughout the province are practically empty. Thorn is no soft coal in Itegina and the same condition ly coal sufflc pnttit.g out a small amount but not enough to keep us from freezing I'sunlly the coal supply is given to us before tho movement in tho wtnnt starts east, but tho early start of I he wh�nt movement put a dampe-nn our e\|)octations. "The one big powvr plant of 'he province, situated at Regina. is r.lso short of coal. What wo would do if tho power was shut off is a matter of con lecture. Tho lookout for us in serious in the extreme." "Is the government ronlemplatmg any steps to remove .the faiuin was asked. *'It has Nvn consid.-ivd," tini'v.-r-ed Pivmler Scott. "However. r..-distance from any mines aM'' t.i supply our wants Is so great that ii has put that Idea mi1, of the Pennv. Ivuti'ii mines would Im> immense. "The Fort William coal ik-alei*. in ! whom the regulation amount I is shipped from the mines in ; n,-Mtstern Fnitwl Slates have only I their regulation amount of coal. It . is from that point that. Winnipeg tie ri\Ts its coal supply. FIIOM IOWA "Tlw> only other mines available are the mines in Iowa. I don'4 knw what kind of coal they put nut or what would Ik> the hauluge cb nr. -s from that point. I. however, im.ig-ine that they would !� wry lii.^b. Tho only thing wMch would l�e of the slightest assistance to us now wo'il.l !� tlm cessation of the strike in Lothnrldge. Even if that did it would bo three weeks beforethin^s got back to thoir normal running order, with tho amount of coal formerly tolng shipped Roing out every day. I am afraid that it will be a chiwrless Christmas with som.> of the farmers of Saskatchewan this year " I Sethis J .so SO UKDUCTION IS FORCR. Iteducing Yukon Posts Docs Moan Dismissals. Not NEW SERVICE THROUGH TO CHICAGO Through Tourist Sleeper Daily to Chicago and Intermediate Points via the Great Northern Railway's SUPERB NEW TRAIN. THE ORIENTAL LIMITED i Tourist nicc|)inu car rates nro one half Ktiiiulnnl sleeper rntes. livery eonve�ienee. every comfort. For pur-ticiilnrs enquire from II. Muelietli, Auent. Lethbridge. K. S. MinncHOln 8�ils from Seattle for I ho Orient (tel. 20 S. S. Dakota sails from Scuttle for tho Orient Nov. 2N. FOR THE BEST SERVICE IN LETHBRIPCE STOP AT THE HOTEL DALLAS Calgary. Nov. 7- Commission t Perry, of tho H.N.W.M.p.. was Ii. iho c ty Friday owning and went .ves,1 in tho train Saturday morning, lie will go as far as Vancouver inut will return in a few days. While speaking about the ivwuMs offered by the llritish t'olnntbia ami Ponvtnion governments and the f'.i' It. for tho capture of tiki train -oli-bers who held up tha train in Hriti>!i Columbia la  coutnii-.- sloner said that nothing definite i ;.