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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 21, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta 1 -.'.fj^r^ f#1 m P J ' Good Coal Stock is Better than a Bank lEi^^^^^^^^ 1^ Collieries 10 SQUARE MILES OF COAL LANDS A consoIMation of tho SarncA Mine just north of Lc^hbrUJgo, AMierta, .with soivral surrounding twctiomi making it one of tlie larfpsst and iiiorit valuable.coal liinds in Alberta. cvnii tMii,�~i,iMi tl Amount of coal underlying their lands is variously estimated at fron: 60,000,000 to 70,000,000 tons. Thoy have the same coal measures and tho same quality of Domestic and Steam Coal as-the famous Gait and Diamond Coal Mines. ' Thc> Barnes Mine has been ivoi-kins for years and has large acoaa of coal blocked out. In less -than a yea r this stock' will be worth doiililu the price at which it is selling. Wo are |>re[>urtid,to pay 50c. a share for Diamond Coal, but the fortunate holders are asking 7r�c. Gait Coal is coining money for its stockholders. So will Royal Collieries.- muiiiB HHHi nuimii htfvti Will be the ivsuU when this company completes its tipple and lays four miles of truck across the level prairie to Lethbridge, where they connect with the A. 11. & I. and the C. P. R. Get in on the first issue of Treasury Shares which we arc ofToring to the public in blocks of II to a at 2Sc Pfer Share . The same people who Itoated and made such a success of the International Coak and Coke are the prime ^movers in the Itoyal Collieries. International went on the market at 25c. per share and is |>aying 32 oer cent, annually on the money invested at this price. One dollar invested then is worth 93.02, an increase of 08 per cent, per year. Why be content with 3 per cent, when an: opportunity such as this presents itfielf. MIGHTON & CAVANAUCH Drawer 1088 BROKERS NELSON, B.a Phone 110 11 IT t III I til H 111 III III III 11111 It I III 111 II111 III 11 Ml I IMf 1111' IF YOU WISH TO BUY ..WINTER WHEAT LANDS.. -CONSULT- HATCH & COONS The choicest lands in all parts of the Letbbridge District. HATCH & COONS, Oliver Block, Lethbridge GLENDOWER ALLEN Real- Estate Farm Lands Good Solid Inveatinents. Raw and Improved Lands For Sale. Jincher City Lots from $65 to $400 Dobbie's Sub-Division fTr J.|| fmn adjoining Depot, from Vdu III.iPlliU For plans and information apply to GLENDOWER ALLEN Land Office Pincher Station, Alta SEALED TENDERS Sealed tenders, addressed *o the Deputy Minister of Public Works. Ed-monton, ALBEUTA, and endorsed "Tenders for LAnd Titles Building, Calgary," will be received up to la o'clock uoon, December 1st, 1907, for the supplying of all plant, material, and doing all work necessary to complete the erection of a Xaad Titles Building in the City of Calgary, Alberta. Plans, Specifications, Forma of Ten der and other particulars may be had on application to the Engineering Branch of the Department of Public Works, Edmonton, or atthe oflloe of tho Department of Public -Works. "Armstrong Block" Calgary. The Plumbing and Heating of the said building must be tendered aeparr ately from the other Trades, and each tender accompanied by an accepted cheque for the amount of 5 per cent, of the tender. The cheque of the successful bidder^ if any, will be retained until the necessary Contract & Bond are exer cuted. * The cheques of unsuccessful bidders will be returned within three dayn after the execution of the Contract. The right is reserved to reject any or all tenders, or waive any defects. JOHN STOCKS. Deputy Minister. Dated ai Eklmonton this Fifth day of November, 1907. 14-81 tow Sntten IM Finn iMdi iri IcHMge rrapirtf Webavea- ^list. �verythinf{ we sell is worth themonqr. Call and see as or telephone No. 182 I JhttbRn LU. lethbridjie^ ��llliaUIIMMl dolla'ra'/ ai� not ctoannd by. We would like to hear the apologioa - oni ot ttaem'away into tlw'aoine men make to their consciences. A lot of people cast their burdens on tho Lord'and then go away and JhMiistftiMnir MlBrillllf n - M-IIm fi)h| (In By E. liarker, in Edmonton Satv urday News. FRED PA CK' S COIIN BR-THE FUIl TRADER'S MEED OF CAUTION Certain old-tiinera have l>een con-ccde* Vmmt Healthful and nutritious. TB� COWAN CO.. Limited, TORONTO 49 part of the Dominion of Canada but 41,0 ladies. os belonging t.� the nian Who had ir the carpenter i.s hot available uh squottcMl there. Custom makes B�w>,butchir's assistant possibly the barber takes a day or two at the gofno, is often lieuit but his oxecwtion is hot CANADIAN PACIFIC ANNUAL Eastern Canada Excursiiwis Low Ronnd trip rates to ONTARIO. QUEBEC aad MARITIME PROVINCES Tickets on sale Dk. 1 to Dee. 81^ inclusive, good to return within three months. Tickets isaued, in connection Atlantic Stekmahip Business will b� on sale :/rbm Nov. as,' and limtted' to five months from date of isauie. Finest Equipment. Standard First class Sleeping and "rourlst Cam on all ThrougK^ Trains. law, the lawyei-s say, and if law is' really conm)on.- inhabitants south of Mttclcod and after leaving Maclcod going south wvml there was not a domicile �����blted by whitev speciaiist~s will gi%^ us the h^^ight of till we reached Stand Off, an old ^^.^^ . � ^ vihiskey trading fH'-^ about 2� mile. 1 ^^^^^^ of all round men above the Juncfon o, the Belly River .^teriorate and we may �"*:mi8a those who can give us healthy an rapid, and ho hn� a tcndcncj' to trim his job around a littlo bit to Ix finicky. Still we get fed which is the main idea und later shall prol>-abl.v lea�-n to inmd our own business und stick to individual trades, wlioii with the Kootenai. poirt, forming three sides of � �iuaie | critlcisnis upon whatever wo may hap pen doing. And it's much eas- Dutch Fred by the' with the front to Belly River, purchased from Oxley Ranch about 1888.'' On Stand on bottom were two stores owned by Jimmy Murray and Fred Pave, rivals in business as Indian traders and loving each otlier with undying antiiwthy. Only history must relate that Fred Pace was the most vociferous about the other party who had not, according to Fred, a shread pf' ixiBpectability to stand upon. Still Fred was well known and had his good points. His career had been a varied one before joining the police. He came of the family that made the old time clocks upon so many of which the name of Pace will be found-i-inscribed ' in the olc| counir.v and was for a time with ier to criticize thari to do the thing I yourself. Criticism sometimes cuts short sudden remarks , such as "I'm doing this, it's none of your funeral" T))e busy dog drops his tail and disappears suddenly around tlie corner, the busy man goes on with his own work or his own way. Such is life and it takes so many diflerent kinds of people to make n world, which peculiarity, if we recognized it now, would save us so much, trouble and worry, for tlie futile olTorts .of some to make us all alike makes the world fussy and does little good: If we were all alike, the world would be a failure or stop going. The charm of the old west, was its dorBS-you-d-^^pleusedness. Only a Lloyd's in Xondon and was always a n^^, no butcher a very clefver business man. One win j j,,ops and each did his own butcher- ter in Macleod he soeute division on Friday, Nov. '^2, to choose the delegates to atteaJ the delegates to attend the eanveation. Peter Talbot, President nf AUicita Liberal Association. Stanley Jones, Se-rotary of Alb.ire!i. Liberal Assovia lion nSl (God Save the K^ng.) E8TRAY PONY Came to N.E.f sec.34, range 22, tp 11, one small pony wltii saddle* and bridle on and rope halter, branded X on right shoulder and small brand resembling M on left shoulder. . Owner is requested to prove property, pay expenses; and take H away.-das D. J. DAVIS.  STRAYED From No. 8 Lethbridge, on or about Oct. 24 a red milch caw wltji white spots on ioreiiead and on each Chinook wiml'sklnnwi the rolliiwhillsl'i^ ^�'***� "P"* Apply to aeareat ?.P.B, Ac�ttt tor I Mil tnformatlva,, . 481 makdig It an ideal winter range, in 1884, were Messrs. Ashe. Cotter and Dereniae on what is now. Mr.'Arthur Perry's farm and .Mossi^. Fred Shaw and F. C; Morris, better known as Baldy, on thp St. Mary's just a mile above. Mr. E. N. Barker's claim was taken up in October 1885 on Lee's Crook and Mr. U. A. Donovan arrivr cd the year following when some more members of the' 8ha�t family came out and wintered on the St. siary's. This winter was the severest ever seen in these parts vie 86-87. In May 1887 Mr. CO. Card arrived with a party from Utah and then commenced a new epoch in the history of tho southernmost part of Alberta, the effect of which is just beginning to be attpareiii as to- what dimension this ^departure is causing us to swell time wiH alone tell. It was this party that seriously commenced the business of grain growing. They planted their first wheat on June and which ripened and was mado into Hour the fallowing winter. ADAimNO ONESELF TO CONDITIONS Though simplicity has been one o( our virtues in Soutliom Alberta we have never had real Justioe done us OS to our adaptlbility to peculiar circumstances sometimes moat unforseen is one of our strongest points. .80 we have'Seen a rancher who ,Mie�|ed a four-horae team badly, and could not get four of a kind, hitch up a yoke of oxen for wheelers aind then plaoe ahead of them a.-mule for near lead-, "er and a maM with a.colltaii off lead �r. If thaas couhl do what was aak-od of them, when's iha ham* A hit dtMrapaneiaa, l.a,; diaerepaa* on tail also. Branded TV on left ribs. Anybody returning/the same or telling where it is will be rewarded. Mike Pop, Box. 4a7, Lethbridge. :na8p,. � � - TO RENT A New Seven-Room Bricla House on Round St. Itent thirty dollars a month. Apply C.W. Gray. FOR. SALE A John Deere .Gang Plow, almost new. Price reasonable. Apply Box 1447, Lethbridge. na8p l>OSITIONS WANTED By two competent Al-nerican cooks. Capable of taking charge in hotel, reBtauranf^or camp.: Ready to take position on or after Dec. let. Apply Box H., Herald Offlee. . : nas WANTED^ Men.and teams wanted to worK on C.P.R. bridge. Apply to John Ounn 4. Sons. . � � :., � -, -.nas HAND-BAG LOST. Betwemr Bowville and Links on Wednesday, Oct, 16, conUining notes and hills of about tlfiO, and.silver watch. Reward 6ff 10.00 will be of-'^ fered for its recovery. tf. Halma Peterson- FOn ADOPTION. fttroaff haaHhy ^ehild. ;Box 848. Uthbridia. .Apply to Weekly Free Press Prairi* Famcr. winnipci Family Herald aad Weekly Star, Moatrtal Lethbridge Herald "Suaay Albcrta'a B�tt" THESE THREE REGULAR PRICE $3.50 $2.50 AN OFFER WANTS OF WHICH 51EETS .VLL CLASSES THE SPECIAL OF READERS. The Western Canadian reading public is made up chiefly of these classes: Persons who have lived in the west for any lengthy period and are out-cnd-out Westerners, end recent arrivals from the Old Country, from the United States and Eastern Canada. Perhaps no one newspaper could cater with complete satisfaction to all theee classes but by thi^ combinatioaofTer every special need is mo�. The Weekly Free Press and Prairie Former gives a complete, record v|3ek by week of all happenings in the Western Provinces. ~ In addition it has special departments for American and British satttcrs. The Family Herald and Wecltly Star suppliosthc former resident of Eastern Cana da with the news of the Eastern port.'ion of the Dominion in dota>il'?d form and the Lethbridge Herald provides the local Western news, which you cannot do without. ~ .......................................19.0 LETHBRIDGE HERALD: ^'^''^ ' Find enclosed fa.50, for which send me Weekly Free Press and Pruirio Farmer, Winniiiog; Family Herald and Weekly Star, Montreal; and Lethbridge Herald, for one year each. Canada's New Weekly Newspaper -THE- WESTERN HOMESTEAD will make Us first appearance Saturday, October 26th 16 pages of interesting' reading THE WOMEN Will find many interesting articles on the Fashion Cooking Recipes and Household Hints as' well as the latest feminine news-ai^d a serial story of {(reat hunian interest. THE MEN Will get all the latest financial .Sportingand general news of ^ the day from the world over. Interesting artic-' les on - current topics and ma-n,y-otlier special features.'. . ^ The Yonn(fPeopIe. will also find much to interest them in The Western Homestead 5 cetUs a copy. One Dollar a year. Published every Saturday morning Beginning Saturdayt October 26th WANTED Live, wide awake boys in every city town. and village to sell Westorn Canada's new weelly newspaper, "The Western Homestead." Hustlers can make,money. - No capital required. Write for terms immediately; The Western Homestead,:; C�lgi^ry,/Alta. nai. . WANTED A General -Servant for housework. Goad Adages to the right' person. Apply D. McAllister, Box 486, Leth- bridge. t.f. TO RENT. A seven-roomed house on Argylo 'Avenue. Apply to H. E. KELLEY, , ; Lethbridge. FOR BKUa. �� For'' 8al�^A correspondence count* In good school. Owner unable to go on with It. Apply toBox O. Herald oOcs. , ( ;' tuft.' 's. I Letiibridge Ub^als A nteetiug of the Liberals of Lethbridge will bo held in tho iBiglits of ryUiias HaO on the evening pf FRIDAY, Nov. 23 at 8-o'clock for the purpose of choosing delegates to attend the Convention in Medicine Hat on Nov- as when the candidates for the House of Commons will be chosen. All Liberals are tirgedto be pros* ent. GOD SAVE THE KINQ ;