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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 21, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta igrfflMiiiiijiiiiii.....I...........iimiiiiiiiHiii liMtteriNiIf II 1- Good Coal Stock is Better than a Bank Hie Royal Collieries 10 SQUARE MILES OF COAL LANDS A consolidation of the Barnes Mine Just north of Lethbridge, Altnrtn, with several surrounding sections inn king it one of the large**, ami most valuable coal lands In All tort n. CtflTIl SUMM*.* $1 NHB Amount of coal underlying their lands Is variously estimated at inn; 00,000.000 to TO.OOO.noo ton.-. They hav� the same coal measures and the snmo quality of Domesile and Steam Coal as the famous Gait and Diamond Coal Mines. Tho* Barnes Mine has been working for years and has largo areas of coal blocked out. In less -than a year this stock' will be worth double the {trice at which it is selling. Wo are. prc|�ared to pay 60c. a share lor Diamond Coal, but tho fortunate holders arc asking ?ftr. Oalt Coal is coin* Ing money for Its stockholders. So will Royal Collieries. mm wm\ mm wm\ Will be the result when this company complete* its tipple and lays four miles of track across the level prairie to Lethbridge, where they connect with the A. It. A 1. and the C. I�. II. Oct in on tho first issue of Treasury Shares which we arc offering to the public in blocks of II to SH it 23c ftr Share , The same people who floated and made such a success of the International Coak and Coke are tho prime movers In the Itoyul Collieries. International went on the market at 25c. per share and is paying 32 ocr cent, annually on the money invested at this price. One dollar Invested then Is worth $3.92, an increase of 08 per cent. per year. Why lie content with 8 per cent, when an opportunity such as this presents Itself. Mf~Ttai ft)H} Ph lly E. N, Marker, In Edmonton sat* urrtay News. vnm pace's counkh-thk fmu TRADER'S NEED of caution Certain old-titnors haw been eon-ceded certain privileges as to the localities in which they Aral took up clcs lo very particular minds, have AbiolUte purity and dearillnes. In tiie raanuifieture existed. For instance If our hard worked butcher goes for ft holiday, or Is off on a fatting trip, one of the car penters takes his place because handy with the suw and axe. So when you bring your meat home from the butcher shop and it Is cooked, but you remark "that this steak Is tough" your wife Indignantly retorts "It's not In the cooking but vthat moat's cut on the bias." Man never really did fathom what cutting on the bias means but he knows now their se\erel abodes, and many yennr ,hill t, nteaA Clll on tho b|ns a., ago these parts of tins country came, tough.*! Mont cut on tho bias when MICHTON & CAVANAUGH BROKERS Drawer 1083 NELSON, B.C. Phone 110 to be looked upon as their private property In a woy. So that a locality was looked upon not so much ft* a It's stouk probably means cut tho wrong way of the grain, flow bias applies to. other things we leave to COWAN'S PERFECTION COCOA l but his execution Is not ns rapid, and ho ha* a tendency lo trim his job around a Utile bit to l�> finicky. Still we get fed which Is the main (ilea and Inter shall probably leftrn to mind our own business I and stick to Individual trades, when .not a domicile Inhabited by whltcsJ 8pccMfrn'vm give usI the height of Itlll we readied Stand Off, an old jnrt . whiskey trading post about 2� mile.: anil our stock' of all round men "uT.L� P , . , y.l *'� ^ tteiorlorftto and we may with the Kootenai. This old log ,.,.. �. , i. . , , ,. , �mlss those who can give us healthy post, forming thnv sides of crltlcls,� upon whatever wo mayhap with the front lo MJ �W*r was ,,,, to ^ And Its much eas- purchase,. from Dutch, Fwd1 by the1 ,cr lw ^ , Oxley Ranch about 188�. On the ,.0Hnwlf. Criticism sometimes cuts Stand OH bottom were two stores 1^ nwMm mMrkn mjch owned by .llinmy Murray and Fred' Pace, rivals in business ns Indian traders and loving each other with I undying antipathy. Only history 1 must relate that Fred Pace was tho most vociferous about the other party who had nol, according to Fred, u shrend of respectability to stand upon. Still Fred was well known nd had his good points. Mis career had been a varied one before Joining the police. He came of tho family [ that made the old time clocks upon so many of which the name of Pace will be found - Inscribed in the old I country and was for a time with doing this, it's none of your funeral" The busy dog drops his tall and disappears suddenly around tlte corner, the busy man goes on with his own work or his own way. Such Is life and It takes so many different kinds of ficoptc to make a world, which pe-ciiliarity, it wo recognized It now, would save us so much, trouble and worry, for^ tlie futile efforts of some to make us all alike makes the world fussy and does little good. If we were all alike, the world would bo a failure or stop going. Tho charm of the old west, was its! do-ns-you-d--plensednem. Only n| Weekly Free Press aa* Prairie Farmer, Winnipeg Family Herald and Weekly Star, Montreal Lethbridge Herald " Sunny Alberta's Beat " THESE THREE 0*0 CA REGULAR PRICE $3.50 *P A  sJ V AN OFFER WHICH MEETS WANTS OF M.L. CLASSICS THE SPECIAL OF READERS. Ing with varying degrees of skill. A farmer's or rancher's logic Is the same the world over. So a critter that has met with 'an accident is killed to �tive Us life and we i�umi �cat it. II11111II111111111111 -Mil 1111II111111 HI 111 1111 HI! 111| 11 H 11II11 Lloyd's In London and was always a',ult wh|le ' w ,,,,, no ,)Utc,,er a very clever business man. One ^ ^ amount of 5 bunch grass grew knee high and tho |ier cent, of tho tender. chinook wind skinned tho rolling hills Tho choqua of the successful biddor, mukihg it an ideal winter range, In if any, will bo retained until the 1884, were Mossrs. Ashe, Cotter and necessary Contract It Uond are exe- Derenize on what is now Mi*. Arthur cuted. * Perry's farm and Messrs. Fred Shaw Tho cheques of unsuccessful blddors and F. C. Morris, better known as will bo returned within throo days Uuldy, on tho St. Mary's just a mllo Liberals, Attention! A convention of the Liberals of tho Federal riding of Modlclnc Hat will be hold In the Opera House, Medicine Hat, on Tuesday Nov. 20, to select a candidate to content the constituency for the House of Commons. Tho Convention vgtll lie called to iv dcr at 10 o'clock a. m. Otllcors will lie selected for thj Liberal Association of the Federal lt'-i-| �ng. Meetings will bo held in sa;h ti>> division on Friday, Nov US, tol choose tho delegates to atteud tbo| delegates to attend the convention. Peter Talbot, President of Albcitii Liberal Associat.on. Stanley Jones, Se-rotary of Alberta Liberal Asso�.!aiion n21 (God Have tho K'n�.) Tho Western Canadian reading public is mndc up chiefly of thpso classes: Persons who have lived in tho west for any lengthy period and aro out-and-out Westerners, and recent arrivals from the Old Country, from the I'nltod States and Eastern Canada. Perhaps no ouo newspaper could cater with complete satisfaction to all these classes but by this, combination offur every special need is met. Tho Weekly Fr�s Press and Prnlrlo Former gives a complete record vr?ek by week of all happenings In the Woslorn Provinces. In addition it has special departments for American and llrltish st-ttlers. Tho Family Herald and Weekly Star supplies the former resident of Eastern Cana da with the news of the Eastern portion of the Dominion In dotaWd form and the Lethbridge Herald provides tho local Western news, which you cannot do without. ......................................100 LETIirmiDOE 1IEHALD: Find enclosed $2.50, for which send me Weekly Free Press and Prulrlo Farmer. Winnipeg; Family Herald and Weekly Star, Montreal; and Lethbridge Herald, for one year each. KSTHAY PONY Came to N.E.} sec.34, range 22, tp 11, ono small pony wltfi saddle* and bridlo on and ropo halter, branded X on right shoulder and small brand resembling M on left shoulder. Owner is requested to provo prop-l erty, pay ex|ionsos, and take it away. | d25 D. J. DAVIS. STKAYED From No. 3 Lethbridge, on or about Oct. 21 a red milch cew with white spots on forehead and on each side close to hind logs. White spot1 on tall also. Ilrandcd TV on loft | ribs. Anybody returning tho snmo or telling whero it is will lie rewarded. Mike Pop, 1)0x 427, Lethbridge. n28p aftor tho execution of the Contract. Tho right is reserved to reject any or all tenders, or waive any defects. JOHN STOCKS, Deputy Minister. Dated at Edmonton this Filth doy of November, 1007. 14-21 Sumy Southern HberU Farm Lands nd LetUnttpe Property We have a  ge list. Everything we sell is worth the money. Call and see us or telephone No. 182 EaUit ft Itotthews ltd. Lethbridge, Mta. CANADIAN PACIFIC ANHITAI. Eastern Canada Excursions Low Round trip rates to ONTARIO, QUEBEC tad MARITIME PROVINCES %m111 Plrty dollars am not cleansed by | We would like to hoar tho apologies ^tbrpwing one of them away into tho some men make to tlioir consciences, ".etyarlbuilon pipx. --. - ,!" : ,, i hi . A lot of people oust tholr burdens I^.Y^ifjKA^D'aj. UNMENT CURES on tho Lord and tuon go away and . WPUTHEWA. forgot them, Tickets on sale Dee. 1 to Dec. 81 Inclusive, good to roturn within throe months. Tickets Issued in connoction Atlan tic Steamship Business will be on sale from Nov. 28', and limited to flvo months from date of issue. Finost Equipment. Standard First class Stooping and Tourist Cars on all Through Trains. iii Tim untu mm m Apply to nearest C.P.B. Agent for t full Information! 481 above. Mr. E. N. Barker's claim was toiken up in October 1885 on Leo's Creek and Mr. 11. A. Donovan arrived tho year following when some mora members of the Shay* family canto out and wintered on the St. Mary's. This wintor was the severest over seen in those parts vis 80-87. In May 1887 Mr. C. O. Card arrived with a party from Utah and then commenced a now epoch in the his tory of the southernmost part of Al berta, the effect of which is just beginning to bo apparent as to what dimension this departure is causing us to swell time will alone tell. It was this parly that seriously commenced the business of grain grow* ing. They planted tholr first wheat on Juno 2nd which ripened and was' made into Hour the following winter. ADAPTING ONESELF TO CONDITIONS Though simplicity has been ono of our virtues in Southorn Alberta wo have never had real justice done us as to our adaptlbility to peculiar circumstances sometimes moat unforsoon is one of our strongest points. So wo havo scon a rancher who needed a four-horse team badly, and could not TO RENT A New Seven-Room Uricki House on Round St. Itont thirty dollars a month. Apply c. W. Gray. FOU SALE A John Deere Gang Plow, almost now. Price reasonable. Apply Vox 1447. Lethbridge. n28p Canada's New Weekly Newspaper -tub- WESTERN HOMESTEAD will make its first appearance Saturday, October 26th 16 pages of interesting reading THE WOMEN Will find many interesting articles on tho Fashion Cooking Reel pes and Household Hints as wull ns tho latest feminino noWB and a social story of grant human Interest. THE MEN Will got all tho latest financial Sporting and general news of the day from tho world over. Interesting articles on curront topics and many other special features. The YoungTeople will also find, much to interest them in TKe Western Homestead 5 cents a copy. One Dollar a year. Published every Saturday morning Beginning Saturday, October 26th POSITIONS WANTED Dy two competent American cooks Capable of taking charge In hotel, restaurant^or camp. Ready to tako position on or after Doc. 1st. Apply Uox H., Herald Office. n28 WANTED Men and teams wanted to work on c.p.R. bridge. Apply to John Gunn ft Sons. n28 WANTED Live, wide awnko boys In every city town and village to sell Western Canada's now woeftly nuwspapor, "Tho Western Homostend." Hustlers can niake.moncy. No capital required. Write for terms Iminodintoly. Tim Wosturn Ilomostcud, Calgary, Alta. It21. WANTED A General Servant for housowork Good vnges to tho right person. Ap ply D. McAllister, Mux 480, Lethbridge. t.f. HANDUAG LOST. Between RowviUo and Links Wednesday, Oct, 10, containing notes and bills of .about 91fi0, and silver watch. Reward of $10.00 will be of-get four of a kind, hitch up a yoke (feped for lu recovery, of oxen for wheelers and then place (M> Helma Peterson ahead of thorn a mule for near lead-, or and a mare with a colt as off lead er. If these could do what was asked of them, where's the harm? A few discrepancies, l.a., dlscrepan- FOR ADOPTION. Strong healthy child. '.Box 343, Lethbridge. Apply to TO RENT. A seven-roomed house on Argylo Avcnuo. Apply to H. E. KELLEY, , Lethbridge. FOR SALE. For Sale-A correspondence course in good school. Owner unable to go on with It. Apply toBox O, Her aid otSea', Lethbridge Liberals A mooting of the Liberals of Loth-bridge will bu held in tho Knights of Pythias Hall on tho evoiilug of FRIDAY, Nov. 22 at 8'o'clock for tho purpose of choosing delegates to attend tho Convention in Medl-clno Hat on Nov- 20 when tho candidates for the House of Commons will bo chosen. All Liberals aro urged to bo present. GOD SAVE THE KING ;