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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 22, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta Plastering! Plastering! Plain and : ; : : Ornamental Flattering. J. A. SADt Lethbridge. Estimates Given. SAVE MONEY NOW - - GOSSIP OF FlfOM TMIi: If f?t 1 1 k*U GROWING TABER GOS SI ON THE SIDE,'""" I can Boli you lots tioH* in Talwr for �10(), tljul will lie sellinK at $200 in ii month's (Joofl Fanning Land for sale I W. F. RUSSELL Uoal Efttnto Afient Tabor. Alta. SMOKE Lethbridge Belle Havana Smoker T. W. HANRAHAN MANl'FACTVRKn v'>r looks quite a town now. Winter is on us now. Wo harr. N. L.. McCIair hute of Ilaym >:ul is to uiannKe tlm new brick yare /aissongars, and SQ;ne of tlieni wo-: 'inle ,voiv. incubator chick as to attack Mr, Oil-packed Into the .smoking compart - /l"'- 'l"" tender applc-l>lossom blow-iiient of a baggugie car from 'la'- ^" �pring wind has more man lood to IjBthbridge. Uh, how the |"t than .Mr. (Jild-.r's body passengers enjoyed that ride on '-!,n , "'i'' ^'e',.s a zephyr, a breath, .seats, after paying rust-class lai-e. !'"ce, in form in Voic-iit he i.s a pathetic imiilat on why it didn't put a fiist-cla.w coa:n|o' a young girl. Nobody would hurt on that pay in if ion. day. for? What are the peo.iu Hox ciir accowmodut  On the train the oth.^r day I ! a man who farms near Cayley. ! told me that Alliorta was the Ijpthbridgv.. was in; country ha had evor farmed in ni.-t  I town last week, and bought two lots. Ilo intends building on th^n 1 at once, and o|iening up a station -ery, fancy goods, anj boys store. On Frida.v cvoning la.st a Vi-ry cn-; joya!)lo dance was hekl in the Cous- The po.stmaster tis iKjttitioning the;j,'(. government iox an incrmso in j^;..!-j n,iii(iii,ig oixsrations ..n the l>ou-ary so as to'enable him lo olitain | gijis block are held up at nil assistant. W.:? hoiie that Die owirif;- to the cold w.-athpr. ! he had e.\l>erience in Illinois, .iml Oregon. Mo wouliln't I'iiVi- .\1 -berla for aii.v of them. Four -.Mrs .iC" ho said land could I-.- bought all avound him and dosr to tlr.^ rail-roiid for S3.00 an acix- anil now it was selling at from ^IT, to s:tO. prusi'nt City Bakery r. C, Coche, Frop. ' Synopsis Of Canadian North-West. HOMESTEAD REOULATIONS. A.R.&UIEPORT Hior* .Sold IhlsJTwr Jhan Ust. , NV �en nnmbereA section o DomlntoD V Laid* In Manitoba, Sjsuatctiewaa and The directors of Iho Alberta Uuil-' way & Irriffution Co. hav^ issued � their report and accounts of theyMr to June ao la.st in an'ticii00 acre*, mure or lean. ccipts conslidora'bly, but this can onlv Kniry mn.t be made pe�o...n'ly al the local ; , Ic-miiorary set- Uml oflcf lur itic lilmrlct In which the lam/ i , .,. back. The revenue from colliery, The h.imfsteailer Id required CO pcrrorm ;h. Of this sum -'. If He father (or IT oilier. If the father U >l>^ccaae.l) Gf the home-leader naldeH upon a farm In the Ttclulty of the land entered fur the requlreueoiR a* to realdcnce may he iiatiaacd : by aucb yeraon lealdSnK with the father ur | t'Othei. i 3. If ti.e ^cttler ha� h(a rermanent r the ricin- j. liyofhtubomeitead, the reepii!y of the Mlul.Miur of tUv Interior. JI.-totai dc- l>cnturo iivtcivst .and London cxpen -ses took 81219.000. leaving a sur- plus of 847,225. The COAL SALICS FOU THfc: VEAIt Barnes &l Co. RKAL EST AT K and to 199,821 tons, as com-: !)ared wij.h 170,682 tons for tho pivv ; ious nine months. The s-il^s wo'ili I have ' Jjccn larger tvere it not that the coiViors wore practically Mhul down for the last four months of the : conijiany's year on account of tiie . strike. The gro8.s earnings of iSo : raihraj' for the yoar were S182,7'.>'5, as coiiiparod with $127,714 for the ; pravioiis nine months. TIm prospects : arc particularl.v good of 'th^ t-arn-ings from the railways licing incrv.is Jed us .voon as siifTicient time li.is Uev. ./. K. Hugh.son's decision to i leave Alberta and accept a charge n a leading Ontario'town, is a distimrt loss to the Methodist pulpit .n i province. We qtiesHon whether him. Ha.s our reader who ask.s for .�ucli harsh wortls tiver soen a quivering little sensitive inou.se slip across the lloor in S'jarcli of g crumb. That is. to the very lifs. Mr. Iticn-l.^tiard W'ntson Oilder, viith his gray! . ,fl hair falling around his littlo mouse Iowa eyes, and Ws thin body .shivering in his black cafH', gliding into a room among iiiien. The man who would attack Mr. Oil - i dor bv word or deeere has always preached t)Invest igaticm rev�nils Very Sori.ius Oi the lands sold, 11,181 acrosw;ro irr.gablo .and ir>i>,821 acres non ir-rigiible, the average price for ir-; torJrtv-^�!!� alwa.^s pi i large congregations'. "'As'"liiSI jusi th,' type the west ne.-'ds. Noth -ing narrrt\v about him. 11.^ apiieais .Situai ion-.Vclual Kufl'ering Ex- to men as a MAN and his inlhun.-o CMt.awa. .Nov. 14.-The Hon Wal-rigatilo lands being Sll.04 per acre for thsvt reason, has over l>een great, ter Scott today laid before the m.n-j and lor non-irrigable lands S."..08 per � Pull of vigor, full of good .sens.^, iil istn,. of labor, h report from Die acre. In addition to tlw.- company's j over genial in his contact with |>oo - ijof, Mr. Motherwell, a inemlicr of general holdings they have also un-jp|o. Mr. Hugh-son has von a place his povemment, dealing with i le intere.si with the Canivdiun I'acific ; in the opinion of tho people of L.nh- ^oal shormgo in Saskatchewan, 'i he br.o much worse than was gro.u, growing and hroa.l minledlanticipated. One mcsmgie read as provinci! of .\llH;rta and he? will com. jiollows: "The more wfi ledni abdt lo lhat conclusion after a year ' iho coal shortage the more grave ((ouiKling the moral law into a ooiv ,|oo,s tho .mtiiation apl>oar., Infor- . niation comiirg in more thon con - - ' firms our fears. Actual suffering i x- Theiv is a caso for l.'^nd hear'.-jd jsts oven n6w Ixtfore winter has set people in the cit.\ at pro.sfent. j\!bright in. Ljiiiiodiato .steps for r.'i:i>f im-youns boy, who.so mother is d?ad porative." niK-l whos,' fath.->r is in pcni'tJentiary. ; Mr. Scott h.nd a con fere nc.-> wii'.i is working in tho cit.v for .?2.u0 a '.Mr. .Mackcnzio King, deput.v niinis';>r bein.iL; i wfok, but that hardly keeps him in of Inbor, and afterwards colU^J at "ith.food and he has to sleep wherever Rir Wilfrid lAurior's residence aril h,^ can steal Ji resting place. If !,he discnase.! with tho prime ininisterlhe ra.lway in lOO.tlOO acres, an.l of these laji.'ls there have bean sol.l during tho year 07,1120 acres, iho company's proportion of profit lA'ing -(i-ual to ^2.10 per acre, ivco.vable es | would tho instalnu-nls of purchasj mon.'y broad atw paid. Knriy in ih ;,ear 'iho mni-Cany's terms for payinoivt were chan god from one-tenth to one-si.vth ca.sli and the balance in fivo .>;|ual - nnu!! iiistivliwnts; intiTost ut ti iier c;>ni per annum Iwiiig chargxNl on ih" unpaid imrchnso money, all 'the above j ^rogation in the F.isi. sales amounted to 834.'i.9o, ,in.l th,>| - proper proportion of the act unl c;\.-;l iw>i\e acres laml romalning iinsobl. about ].">.">,- MrhcAiniMca of ft OH COOK STfl?E Cftll ftftd mcCKht � Stock ftftd yom mrt %wt of bciftf tfttitficdl ; HicK OL WaKely ] The Leading Tinners, Plumbers, Steam and Hot Water Fitters. Telephone 116. .voting lad was given a little help he would turn out O. K. as he is a willing worker, but in his pros.nt circuinstniu-.'s, lie hasn't much of a chance. I.othhridgo trouble and its elTocts In Saskfitchownn. .*ir Wilfritl e.xpress -f-d keon concern. SPORTING GOSSIP. GENERAL ACiENTS ; lap.�md to enable the company to oo-| jr,. arivs above cnn!^"\'ovor^^^^^^ irrig-'ibie. Tho latt,.r are lormod. OHice-Secdnd Floor Sonthard BIcck Peat Office Box 3 elepbone No. 122 ' rive the I>enefit expected . new settlors. DurinlJ the  sales ag*rregat.48 )>er acre. The-;'' ; .sales comprised ,8Ld �' b.v the trust deed for deV."> per acre and uiiwanis. The pros-(lects for making further land ^au:-. in the iniiiiediato future ace voi.t promising, 1 ut tho directors aiv i el j Ihnt at [irosont desirous of makiin,;;; largo hi^ sales of irrigablo luii'ls, as it folt that theso lands are in valiio. The roct'.|>ts from rentals for the \oar wore lrt. l,2. and the receipts from eliove in .lancing" was tho discussion at an Kpw.irtli League meeting in I'inclior Crook. To think of it. Why tho next wo hear I hoy will Iw talkin>? on "Tho easiest way to make mon--:j' is by gambling." IS .iicroiis;ng ^ wa I '.T In tho current numl>or of tho Hook Vows .Monthly of I'h.ladolphia, Uev, .1. .V. .MacdonaUl tslitor ot tho To ronlo CUolx!, tolls of "Tho Finding ot l{a!|)h Connor." Tho first stor.v, �rit-loii by It,-v. (Jhartos W. Ciordon was. Belli lo The Woslniinstor, Toronto, Hhoji .'Mr. .Macilnnald was editor of punlicalion. and the latter in artulo .sa.vs: ">Ve had on ii nam,- I'or lha story, but uol for tlio iiHiri Hho wroto it. Tho nianuscii.in reach.-d me jusl in tim.-for Iho issiio for .lanuary, 1307. It Pinch.r Cre.?k has organizjtl a hocfcov club. Ii'�has decided to tvilh-ilraw from the old original Crow's! Ncvl I'ass Uockiey Xx'aguc and to try ami form a Southern Alberta L�ajgu>3, inudc up of clubs rcprosoii -ling Coleman, IJlairmoic, Ucll-.-v-io, Frank, Cowley, Tinchor Cros'ik, Mac-leod and L-othbridge. Tlio idea ot to confiiii: the clubs in the league .o .\lboria Territory exclusively. the Botel Jlrlittflion 1 FRED. ROONEY, - PROP. GOOD ACCOMMODAnON FOR THE TRAVCUNG PUBLIC KJ(CCLLCNT CUISINE BATHS HOT AND COLO WAUR X RATES ,$1.50 A 1>AV LETHBRIDGE - ALBERTAi  KrtmontoM .lournal'. .\t tho recent baseball convention in l*,-tlv!iridge lor iHo organization of tho Wastern Canada l.e.'iguo. an interesting wag-or w.is made between .-V. Kidlor, inanMgor of the Calgary loam, and Deacon White, delegato from K^liii niton. In lieu of tho fact that Ca'. -gary luoixised to havo .-i new l>aso-i not d,rk 'ne.vt year do.sor to tl.o I ROYAL ^ H0TEL| I TABER. ALTA. ^ I Jrvinc & Lemon, - PropTictOTS ^1 " .....___........,............. I Rates $1.50 aii4 $2.00 pft Iky FUliK BIS MEETS ALL TRAINS SAMPLE ROOMS IN CONNECTION the area under cultivalion is ed. The developmonl of tho served by woultl naioo for tho lo.vt of tho tale might ' hoart ot the city, and stroat car ivc-oxLond-: 1)0 rognrdod by soinu as out of keep-j cxjiivmoda'tions to tho grounds. .Mr. di.^lriol ' ing with tho coiiv;^nlionK ot tho deri- ' ^.{Uor ofterod lo I'ot one hniwlivd the company's railways is j cal profession. What name shall t dollars that the oiwning ganw in be'i' was peg. .Vt progres.sing very .satisfacloril.t. largo crop of wheat, ouLs, barley ami sugar lieets has boo'n harvo.s^ed Sn good condition, and the prospects for future tlov-oloiiniioivt are f;ood. Tho Clnnadian racific railwa.v h.t.ve docid-jkV to make J.,ethbridgo a ,-n sold atprioes } what shall we christen this now- Caiuwlian liiorateur'.' 'Frank?' the tpio.stion sent lo Wint/i - f;^lgiiry in the new Wostorn Canada j tho last moment it lolegrau) nnsoball lA-^.ague would draw a \i\f-i t.'iin- paid iwini'ission than tho samo I* camo: '.Sign sketch Cannor.'  nor? That would not ' inventory \al-110. Tho work of enlarging lh.> St. M,'i.ry',s cfliial has proceodo.i very rup-idl.v during tho pa.st .season, and it is expected will 1k> fully completorl during l907. On March H last tho m'nors em -plovfsl b.v the co'nipany w.^nt out on strike but the directors nro triad to learn from tlw> nwinaginj; ditvxtor's born 'Chri.s?' 'l''r�rd','' No, none would suit. Merc it is: 'Haljih Connor!" And" it of th..isc llalph.' was so. report that iho hack of ^h^ sti'iite {crosspag^j heading, ht\A btwn broken, arwl that itha col -tiei'^fs nro now pro-diieing over :!00 tons a d.ay, nn output which will shortly be largely iiicreaKctI ns new men liocom.'d wng''s nnd other roouiremonls. which would have lnciVii(-->d the cAst of the company'-s co.ni lo a prohibitive figrure. orosont to pitch the fir.'i't ball, Pid-lor tleolinwl the latter liet, evidently thinking thare tvas little chance f.;r him to win. Ton dollars forf-oit on tho firiit l*ot Was put up in th'^ hands of Tommy K.vons of Ijofhbridffo. -..mi lialance to Iw plac,->d with him on Uithout. iis knowUlgie or cons.-5nt he ,V>fo,v Mnv l.-Vth, '07. It was j ( w.'is iivlro.'liicod lo iho world with ,jj,rr^/| fh.Tt the count of IhovisiMng i ;that new-coinod name to imiko or I ^j^,,, opening day should he I mar. When he got his cop.v of (ho' prevent .11m possib- ; IVe.stm.nstor in Winnipeg that woikiiiHy of padding, n ropulable party Iho lurnoo pr.-s-ent at The Hotel Windsor H. K. MIEBACH, PropriHor Kvcry attention given tho travelling public FcimI Stjihlc in connection , Telephone 47 LantlseekerH' and Rancher's Deadijuartera raxeis, $1.00 per day Tales from i the ' i^-ij^onton during the count ftiwi vice Sidkirks, lly Ralph Connor.' What i versa, at Calgary some Kdmonton ha said, when ho satv himself ns the 1 ^Itli,^,, world was .vet to know him, has not ! -----^- Iwion told. No one was by to ho.ir. , .Sonator Vi