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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 22, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta Plastering! Plastering! Plain and s Ornamental Flattering. J. A. SADt, Lethbridge. Ksllintitos Given, SAVE MONEY NOW - - I can Bt'll you lots now in Tulwr for *100, thai will Ik? soiling fit $200 in ii month's time. (owl KnriniiiK Lund for wile GOSSIP OF & 1'HO.M Tltli tl IMI L t ti'u GROWING TABER llltl(Abl> S KKfltl.All IIL'KIKTKH GOSSIPS * ON THE SIDE;Tit,,ef W. F. RUSSELL lloitl Kutnto Agent Mi*. Jack IltimiKon was married to Mis� Leah Anderson on Friday lust ui Lothlirtdge. .Mr. N. L. McClnir liuto of Itnym mil i.s lo manage the iw�w brick yard opening up here shortly. The hocch-sury machinery has already Iveu or -ilurcil. Mr. It. W. 'I'd.'d in s��ttlln^ the dilVer-Tilbor, Alia, i oicoK at. Itoliance Mine tl SMOKE & Lethbridge Belle Havana Smoker T. W. HANRAHAN M ANVFACTl'ltKlt CHOICE ANDIES AKES IB EST READ UNS Mrs. .Joint F. Hamilton and sIMor Miss K. Anderson spent wwk cikI In Ijethbridgo. A moot I iir Ih to ho h..ol-ary to as to'enable him to otitiiin :m assistant. W'e hope that lb- tlovoi'iiitiuiit. will grant his request as we think lti> is badly overwork.' I. Albert II. (lotirlay of the. firm of f.'oiti'lay, Winter ann anil childron, to havo tlw coacn os docvnlly liouli'il. Tho car . wihl IhjIisIh were coiit'.'iid-mir. Hearst's editor, Arthur llris  Imiiio. raplicd with an editorial. l>id you ever s>s> the sons'.itvo. little, iiulvoring noso of tho si-nsitlvo. little nioiiso'.' Then you haw; soon llirhard W'ul-son Olldor. Who would huri him.' One of our friendly ivoaIois writes: "Ihi^'o you iKK>n the let-tor utfalnni Mr. llowrHt written by I .'.char J Wu.t-non (lildor? Why don't you go at ami rip him u|/?" Our answer i.s: "Header you Nu* 'he spring wind has more man Ijtii'ss in il than Mr. (illd-r's body And soul. ll-> ',s a zephyr, a hreath. In face, in form in vok\� and in ar.1 built of very much bi'tlor luiu'ier than the houses wo have ,n town, and a no osoeodlngiy cheap. Mr. .111111-s Miirsh is op. n ng ii|> n , now mine west oi the llullock mine. Mr Sago of Ijotlihriilgki was in lov.n last �>i>k, and bought two lots ||,. intends building on lli-m nt oneo. mid o|H'nlng up n sintioii  ory, lancy goods, an I boys sloro On Kridny .''Veiling Inst a very enjoyable dance was held in the Cousin's Hull Muilifing opornlions on the l�o>l-Klas block are hold up ut |ir.,xoiu owirif, to the colli w.-nthor. 'seats, after paying rirst-class fat" It. is up to the C.I'.It to oxplnn \ nioveii�.�nt he is a path*�t/ic Imitat on why It didn't put a fust-class coA'n|of i young girl. N*ot)o-. and lAs thin body shivering in his black capo, gliding into a room among men. The man who aould attack Mr. Hil ,|or I'v word or deeil would !� cap -ab|-- of attacking tho eleven-ounce Imby in lliu Coney Island incubat >r. Like the at>l)le blossom in the wind the mouse in the great sle->| building the premature eitiwn in the hot in- ioii. (Ill the train the oth'r day I a man who farms near Cuyloy. I old me that A Inert n was the country lie had over funned in lie had oxpei'ielire in Illinois, and 'iregoli. Ho wouldn't I mi tier'a for any of thorn. Knur a�o he said land could I  htiiigh! all fi"oiind linn and clus- in ihe railroad (or Slt.ou uu acr.' and now P was rolling at from S!J."> in JCIii. EASTERN TOWNSHIPS * BANK a� lAPiTAi. .$!5,000.000 fcEfiEhVE, $1,000,000 HEAD OFPICK - - . SHEUBBOOKK, QUE. \V.\I. FaUWELI, . PftEStDES'T J am EH MACKINNON, | GftNfcR.a MaNAOKK 55 Branches and Agencies in Canada Brani-'hes lately opened in AtWrta COLEMAN TABER George E. Hwing, Mnuager Frank E. Brine, Muinger Savings Bunk Department iu Conrection Ooneral Banking Business Carried On MONEY ORDERS issued payable at par at any bank in Catimlft (Yukon oxceptetl), also at prineipal point* in HiiKluml und United States, ratus: S.*i ami ttnil.M-............ $10 to $30............10c $5 to $lu............... 6t! $30 to $30-............15c Eastern Townships Bank, Taker i � , nd Iowa \l  mis Itev. .1. Iv llnghson's derixion to leave Albortii and accept a charge "n a leading Ontario'town, is a disliivt cul'.ntor. Mr. Oildor is tube u;lni'cl City Bakery CocHe, Prop. r. c A. R.&UIEP0RT fiior* f�*i,SoW Thblwr Jl�$n Ust. Synopsis Of Canadian North-West HOMESTEAD REGULATIONS. The directors of the Alberta �V Irrigation Co. hnvu issued their ro"ort and accounts of thev'.ir � to Juii,t ItO last in anticipation \SY ttrn mimberflil �ecilon � i>omlnloi> the mooting to ho held on Nov. 7. Ln�i� In Manitoba, 3jfticitciie�itn �n*. 'I'ho figures theivin given slioa- e.\ ticepiliiR � tin m. not te crt�.l. lV|jenl |�rotfivss. although the strike int�ge. la Ho- cxU'lit of oue 'jiiartcr m-cilon of liiO accc�. ni.'rc or Ich4. Kn'ir iniiol Ih! niaite pemoni'li al the local Hint orl tc It.i (lie iltnirict In wluctt ll.o laml 1� alluaie. Ttie h im'�t�a'li'i U re>(iilie>) lo i>ci fi>rm ;tilan� . I. Ai l�ant ii iiKinlltn' rrM allien u|inn a farm In me riclnllj of the laml entered for ite ii-.)jlrciurom aa I" realileiice inar l>a saliallcil >>r aucb ft-raoii ie�IOln� wuh the fauer vi i oihei 3. If il.e -rtilvr haihtureunniieiit r. niilehcc Uikiii fatmlnit Ui.O owned by lain la the vlcln-\'f of bl* hutnrttearl. Ilic resnlrca rnli a* Ii re.tdrnce mat' lit. aalUlo tl b)' re�l .nice u[ioi' the Ml! s:� iikmik* noHcr lu wrl'lnii l.ji.-li at ii'.'.4*a ol liitviillmi to a|i|>lT lor lutein. �'. W. CuKV. U-i.Ltf of the MitiNu-r ol iliv luietlur Barnes &, Co. HI-A I, ICSTATK and (JIN KRAI, Atil-STJ? 0(fif eoipts conJideralily. but this am only !� looked upon as a temporary sot-biu'k. The revenue iroin colliery, railways, e.mills and profit . n' 'and sali'k dui.iiR that perii-l nmoiinto.l S'J.n'i.277. which include '-'l iiiiO brought down, niade the total snrpUis Siiiltt.'JK.*!. Of this sum dc-K-ntuiv intvivsl .and London expen -sos took SlM'.l.tmo. leasing a �i' � plus ol 8ir,l'a.'.. The COAI. SAI.KS KOU llll'. \T.AH .unotinled to 1 H0.K21 tons, as compared with ITO.IWJ tmis for th-previous nine moiUlis The �-i|->s wo il I have l��irn larger were it not ihi' co'liers were priut .e.ill\ -Inn  loiin l�r the last four nioiithi of th.-company's year on account of the strike. The Rross earnings of i!to railway for the year wen- SIH2,T'."I. is compared with Sl'JT.Tll for th, prcviotiN nine months. The prospects are particiilnrl.i good of -th* ntrn ings from the railways l.einir incr-ti nil as soon as siillliient lime Iris lapsed to enable the company to d.iai'fit expectisl 't.....> Ih new settlers. Ihirinil the year ih.-sales ng." IX )m>r jicre. The- � sales comprised SI,(tin m-res cover s-l by the trtisl properl.i of th.- Canadian Northwest Irrlgal urn Co. and (r. the trust. I.A\l> SVI.KS \\|i I.'I FIT'K!�r '"" Oi the luilds sold. tl.lSI uetvsw'I',, irr.gable mid I.V.I.MUI neivs noli il-i'iKiihli*. the averagi; priiv for irrigable lands being SII.UI |>or acre and for noii-iri igablo lands S."�.OH per loss to the Methotlist puljiit ,n tiii.i province. Wo ipiestton whether Mr. Ilughsou is excelliHl as a jifiMc'ier from an;| pustor by uuy minister of Ins church 'in Alliorln. He i. large i'nitgrognl ioiisrr As "u" ih.*" 1 -'-iusl ill - l.spe Iho west ti-ods Not'.i  mi; nal'i'ifw about him |l.' appeal-to iiioii as :i MAN and his inlbi n � for that r.Hison, has ever is-en great. Full of vigor, full of good sens', n 1 for tho fart that he is alive at nil. Only our kind ihoiighls are for him. SASKATCHEWAN A(!K (.'OA I. SHOUT- acre. In addition to tin- eoiiipnny'n over genial In his contaet with p-i. gen.'l'el holdings they .ilso ji�-i at ores t with the Canadian I'acifie ra.lwav in IOii.immi aires. and of thi'sc lands there haie bo-n sold during the >oar .'iT.'.'l!ii acres, ih.- cutii-pun;.'s iiroportion ol profit U-.n^ th' imtalin.nls ol purche. iiioii v atv |aiid. Kni'iy in the ;. ..,�� ih-coie luinv's terms for piiym.-ni were ch.iii g>*d from one-lent Ii to oii-s'.xth ci.-b nil I the balance ill file piiil loot ' iustalm nts. inti rest ul '. per cm |�T annum beillK rhargsl on lli'Un-pilld pill'ilipso money, all the above sales alnoiinteil to S-'.'tI:\ On nn I ill' proper proportion oi th � ari n-il ':-I ii'ivix.-.l from lands ir.-o i'i.hii t!.  lrn�t. nfi..r d.'iliiet nt ih-' Ian I >v plo. Mr. Hughson has v on a place in tho opinion of the people oi Ixih-�ii'.rvhnnt to.wi .'ike lnueisoll. His plaiv is in the �re.>:. growing and bioa I min |.!i>\ Ini-e of Alliorla nnd Ii � will com to mat conclusion alter a y.-.u- !' pounding the moral law into a '"> gr.-gat urn in the l'..isi. Then' is a people in I lie i-oiillg boi. amount in.' oi th.- pr. I>alani nt t o ik pe,is>s lor the year, S-l.."iS7. is collcludisl 1-elOIIU' ItOCOlllll. tlV idacod to reserve to be dealt wi'll .i>. th - iiii;statidiiii; iiwulm-'iit i ! ai present alios,- uiotliT Investigation re\inils Very Serials Situai ion-Actual Suffering 10x- i Oi fun r�>|iort from I he ton. Mr. Mothorwell, a inemlvr ol his govcrnnvnl, dealing with i ie coal shorliiga in SaHkatchewan i ho gnverninont at Uegina are gathen.ig iiifortiin-t Ion ihroughout tile ns to the actual coal supply and requirements. Messages nwlved 'i> Mr. Scott from Uegina a grave sl'.uat'.on. The shoilagi--  ! coal is found as the iwult of ihe erKiiiiry lo tie much worse than .vns ' antici|uiU'd. One mossagi' road as follows: "The moiv we loam aboit ih- coal shortage the ntort* gravs diH-s th- situation ap|M>ar Information coming In more than on-ill ins niir foal's. Actual sufTei'ing i x-ists eviii now Is'foro winter sot in. Iiiiin'sllato steps for r-l.i'i ioi- liein" -�d .vlbright is .I -ad poratiie ; HicK C8L WaKely  Tlio Lt'tuling Timiiirrt, I'IuiiiIk'M. Stonui utui > Hut Witter Fitters. IVlophone HO. *o ,,,,.| uhos.' father is in pendentiary. Mr. Seolt had a c'liifereni'  \vii * Mr. M.uken/io King, de|.uiy minis* >r i nf labor, and afterwarls ealk-.l at io.I and h" has to sloop wherever sir Wilfrid l^urier's residence aid ii steal ii resting place U the disnnse I with the priiim uiiiiintertho is tt. iking ill the city for S'J..Vl week, but that har.lli ki\ I Ndi.-ve in l\;is III' discussion at ell SPORTING GOSSIP. I'iiiclt. i cris-k has orgamz.'il a Ontario J* ^i""' ^abcr'A,,a" Apples at Kean tt Co.'i. A ctirloiul of funcy Oiitariii stwk ilui- to urriv�� this w��i�k. ' Phoie-'Ht ConftH'tiiuierv l>y tin* I Imst nmki-rs -Uttnuii{�'�. hoivm-y's. i Wi'bb'H. MfCorniifk'h. linyila unci! I'auliiiH. in fancy Ihixch or littlk. All kinds of Fruit i. NuIh. etc. Ice ('renin on nnli r. - rnK - BOOTS & SHOES MADE TO ORDER RepnirK n apociaHy Add ret*, Next door to.) ni> Meal Markej \\ I VIT'lt l\lllv\T I.A MiS In ail.lition the eompun.i owns lll.lll.l tOWn lots ill llle loillis e: l.elhbridgo and Itayuioml II  sell nig pine for irrigtible lands has i ' lie.*n incivasisl lo tf'JU per acre ,. n,l I upii.nrils accoi'ibiig to loc.ition. .n.l ii'T �inter ii heal lands iho pric' Is Ssl per ucre and 'I he pros Ih-cls lor making further bind -..ii- � ill the liiiiin.'iliiito future ace lei.i proiiiisiuij, lut the directors ar' i �! at pies.-nt desirous of iii.ikin,' lar^.- Sale Kpw..rth I�"ague iinv'tiiig iu I'inclier hockei clul. 11 'has decided towilh-. ir.s'k lo think of it. Why the druis iroiu i|n> old original Crow's r,.'\t i,.. heat tlvv will Ik� t.ilk'iv; p�vs llocki'y l^'agxiu and to, � ii 'Th  easiest Ha) to make limn V try and /'linn u Southern Allteit.i' s y.unbling " , 1^'Iibu.;. made up of clubs reprvs.-ii  , -- 'ting Coleman, ISIairuioie. IWI-'.-ie, , In ih' current niiiiilvr of iho Hook Frank. Cuttles, l'incher Crvs'k. \lnc-V.�s Monthly oi I'll.laddphia. llev |,'od and l^thlir.dno. 1 h idea to "tin Botd mvmm \ FRED. ROONEY, - PROP. GOOD ACCOMMODATION FOR THC TRAVELING PUBLIC KXCELLENT CUISINE BATHS MOT AND COLD WAUft RATES ,$l.R0 A DAY | LETHBRIDGE - ALBERTA J. W. Kean &Co l )p|iostto V. O. Thoiti ys Glazing (i raining W. M. BARBER. Painter nn�l Decorator Carriiigo Painting n 8|i�>ciiiltj-KnlBomiuiii"; PaiHirlmnpciiig I TOWN LOTS? Residential Lota in Blocks "C" owl "F," Apply to | H. MACBETH | t Heal Estuto ami Inaunnuv. 4 For Norlhw��t Winter W�*r there is no other Under-we*r like Stanfield's UnahrlnKabl* Underwear Warm enough to defy the most severe blizzard -yet not too heavy for comfort. Made in all weights and sizes for all climates and figures. M m kavtaf SUbbWi. ii siiur.'e ar us oxiend- ot irrigable luuds. i"lt that these lands are in vain1. Hie receipts from u.i'-.r rentals (or the jenr it -re Sld. i .J. and the receipts from >ar to i the hp.'h umler cull ivul inn is ed. The deielopiui'iit ol the district served by the coin|iiinv's railii.i.v.s is progressing very satisfactortij large crop of wheal, nal*.'.e. aiwl suniir Ihs'Is has be.�o harve.^'ed in good condition, and th' jirospeets for future development are Hood The Canadian I'.icific railiva;. hale decided' to make l^-ihbrid|ie a diiisioiuil point, . iihich will not mill bo of great Is'ii'ilt to the cit> bin will also benefit this compaa.i . All of nio viiiupanv's narrow iraiiiio rails and lollinu stock have l� n stil.l at prices considerably nvi-r the inventory value. The work of enlargiiii; th- Kt. Mary's canal has proceeded lory rapidly during the past season, and il is expected will Is- duly completed during 1007 On March H hist the nv'iters em -|do\isl by the co'iupanv w .nt out on strike but the directors nr> ulad to learn from the managing dir-'i'tor's report -that Ih- hack oi ih� mi'.'ko has Uvn broken, and that th' col -liei'ies are noiv producing over tons a day, nil output iihich shiirtIv l-e largely increasiHl as new men Is'conie bet lor acrus1nm.v Charles \\. Cordon wo> sen' to 1 he Wobtiidnst.'r. Toroido. u >i-n Mi M.H.i n.ild it a- editor ot that |iiiiilie;ti ion. and the Uiltoi' >n In- ait ii i" i.i.'..- "We had decided ui.1.1' a n.on - ini' the story, tun not (or the Maui "ho wrote il The luaiiiisci'i't reached |,.. jusl in tune for th.- issue lor .January. IO". It would nut do lu give th" author's . naiee lor the lext of the tale uiinlit lie regarded by soiiuj as out of keep- ' nig ttilh the coiiv -ntions oi th? clerical priiic^saiii. What u.ime shall ' be' was the ipies! ion sent to W illlrt  |s'g At the last uionu-nl n t-li-graui came: 'Sign sketch ('annul' *''in nor? 'Dial twutld not do Thai would U'tray the fad oi a in.i-t Ih' must hate a prop.-r name. Ilul why I'aiiniii".' I'erhnps the o|ieralor, a mistake. Should it �  c..n.eir" More likely Hut he must be given a Christian name, even though he con soris wilh heathen of various types What shnll we christen this n *w- 'olllbie Die club- in i he leugue \llert.t Territory e.\cliisivuly 1'Miiionioii At the roning gaii'.> in f'alg.iry in the Western Canada llnscbaM I.'iigiie tiiiul.l drati a lar-%fV pel I alit'issiiiii than the -am'' even' in l-jdiiiontoit. The " iJ.'jieon" ininiodiately look illi'. ! was little rhniico r ROYAL V HOTEL I TABER, ALT A. | Irvine & Lemon, - Proprietors! Rates $1.50 and $2.00 par Day f. agns'.l that the count ot thevisitiag club on tlv opening day should be aeeo|i|.'l and to prevent lis. jinsiib-Tity of padding, a reputable party from Calgary should lie present at 1' RATES, $1.00 PER DAY i.Tosspage heading, 'Tales from i the ' K |jm>nton durini; the count and vice "I  , Se|kirl�H. I l.v Italidi Connor.' What i!O0 i ho mi id. v hen ho saw himself us the will i world iv tin yet to know him. has i.ot I men told. No one was by to hear Something wen-torn, no doiill. Iiel't-ting his new role 'I miant "Ounnor" he wrote a day or two afterwards verse., "iti/en at Calgary some F.dinonton Vidal of Sarn a. Ont-, Senator Ik dead. W. It. Hearst says he will never ciTniu bo a candidale for ofllce niMio "Haluh Connor isn't. I ad-nit her Ii-| Coitisl Slates. ish for tno. but I guess I can stand t \\ (s H(aled in liberal eire'es that it. I'll try and live up to it.' Hon. Fharlfs Hyman will res gn h'in - I sent here and seek re-election as the Jttihard Watson (Jildor. itlitor of' ,>;.s,u of tno hrilwry charges. We Can and We Will (iivo you better Stoves for lefts money than nny other place in the nity. Our prie�s such n* $U.OO For n Guaranteed lleuter $7 00 lor u Little Better knock > the bottom out of any of those so-nilled bargaiiiB m town. Call and see our Stoves.....It won't do any harm. THE CENTRAL HARDWARE STORE A G. L. VR00M AN �* ;