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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 28, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta Cold Stock is Better than a Bank lEe Royal ColKeries 10 SQUAIC MILKS or COAL LANDS A consolidation of tho Barnea llina Juat north of L��hbridgo, Alberta. ' with several urroundin� aactiona waking it one of the largeat, and moat vatuabia coal lands in Alberta. onm 8A�-MMi Si HUB Amount of coal underlyiif �halr laada ia varioualy eatimat�d at fruiti 80,000.000 to 70,000.000 toaa. They have the aaiue coal neaaurea. and the sanw quality of Vomeaiii ' and Steam Coal as the famoua Chtlt and I>iamond Coal Mines. ' The Barnes Mine haa been woi-kinc for years and has large acsaci of coal blocked out. In leas than a year this atuck will'be worth douMu the ' price at which it is selling. We are jirepared to |>ay &0c. a share for Dih-mond Coal, but the fortunate holders are aaking 75c. Oalt Coal is coining money for its stockholders. So will Royal Collieries. MMiiB niMi MtiiinQ mriTi HUIHID miKllBI Will be the result when this company completes its tippVi and lays four miles of track acroaa the lerel prairie to tvtbbrldgs. where they connect with the A. H. * t and the C. P. R. Get in on the flret Issue ot Tntasury Sharss which we are offering to the public in blocks ot lltoaitZScrtrStin The same people who floated and made such a aucceea of the Interna-, tional Coak and Coke are the^prima movers in the Royal Collieries. ' In-temartional went on the markat at SSc. per share and is paying 33 oer eent. annually on the money iaveated at this price. One dollar invested then ia worth 93.93, an Incieaae of 98 par cent, per year. Why be con-taat with 8 per cent, when aa opportunity such as this presents itself. IpitMifi ifJa limine Fqiq Pn (By E. V. ItorUcr, In Edmonton Saturday News.) MIGHTON & CAVANAUGH BROKEIS Drawer 1083 NELSON, B.C. Phone 110 I tilIIIIIII III III IIHIIItIIIIII111II1111Jit *1111111III IH H111 �H- ss IP Ybij WISH TO BUY WINTER WHEAT LANDS.. -CONSULT- HATCH & COQNS The oboiceet land* in all pMto of the Lethbridge Dietriot. HATCB ft COONS, Oliver Blpck� Lethbri4ge Technicalities will not avail at the final Judgenieut. Bargain counter marriage.s arc seldom profitable. Real Instate R ALLEN Farm Lands Ootid Solid Inyestmente. Baw and Improved Lands For Sale. Pincher Ci^ Lotefirom $65 to $400 Dobbie's Sub-Division iTC .f iM^ adjbinirtg Depot, from ilW ID pHRl "'Foir plans and information apply to GLENDOWER ALLEN Land OfTice ^inchjsr Station, Alta ^^^^^^^^ For tnat hard times foolintr. tnkc �Dr. Choerup's Extract of Suutliin..' and^Oood Cheer. Don't Wait UnHl the Week before Christmas for your . HO LID A y PHOTOS : U�t and DowAt of Early HottMkceping Life on ranch in oUI dn.v�, to !� a siiccfHK, cjillwi for ft inuKii>liclty of faculties, i. c, tho powor to do inK many things, much varied, from.morn to night. Work commenc ij�l ewly and wont till late. The ono who woko flrst lit tlie tiro and this' foil iiioru often tu the lot of 'tho most uncrnetic, for some ui-e born more tiretl Ihiin others onci prefer to remain that way, so 'the willing horse wears out first, c, if the other es not'rust out'from inainination. Our more ad%'anccd friends soy >thnt it is nature's grcate.st struggle to eliminate its para.sitcs. those had been eliminated from Older i'ountri'C'n and came ^to parasite in tho west. Whiskey is a. u.scful medium of elimination and'.careics out the cvolu tion uf quite a part of our race. THE C00K;S TROUBLES The -first man that Ut the flro cook- looae dirt together, and threw it out 'i Homo citrclcii!* houndiolds Ihu l-.o'i wno HonHHinies noedcd ttn(| (tir mniL- a holder floor tlinn JiiHit plain, cliMiii water, our railroatl friomls huvj sinee found this out, that oillr.^r tn-i* ings and tracks kps down uniiL�.e.4 nary dusrt but the automobilKst ({ocs further and advocates oiling nil i-diiils the farmer to pay .for this, which he ddicinc lint Ncwh hns this remarkable story to tell:- It will bo noticed that the dliica-Sonic of|B" market is attracting moro ,.�vtto�-tion this year for our Alberta stockmen than (or some 'time. If there was direct railway coiinoction from tho stock country 'tu Chicago there is no doubt but thuit thi-co-fourths of our iK-ef would pay duty to Uncle cd breakfast, it lieing tlw lot of tho j ^'"n ��"� '"l" his be.nt markot, othcns to go and do^ihc outside and, as a result, iVl.lxjrta ranchers would have more dollars to siJciul at home. , So far as prices go, season after fteason the Alberta producer is net-idle onos did not stir till breakfast | ting a smaller figure, and tho dc-was ivady then they rolleoscd to bo back in time for breakfast, but it often happened that the The most delicate and daintjr iweetmeatt COWAN'S Ma|>le Bud9> : Milk Chocolate, Cream Bars, etc. Sold by Groters and ConfecttiO|lien. THK COWAN CO^. I4mil�d. TORONTO bed, pulled on their boots-the only f.rticio of apparel not taken to bed. i.e., when sober, oml struck out for the barn, \ho co^k in the meantime using ycvy bad language at having to wait. This latter, if the snorers would not-get up, had to rceort to strong measures at times. Possibly he might beat a tin boiler with a vacant axo handle till sleep was impossible, a very irritating disturbing form of music at 4 a.m. or if this did not BUffioD ho went around the IxkIs with a piece of flat, unused lumber, with" - which he vigorously played upon the mi>�t exposed and handy parts of the person. A cook was a privileged character and had ways of his "own composing" liko tho Yorkshireman's anthem, while , . , his word was usually law. For the ! ^''^'^ alternative of a strike agaip.econirs a iiiattcr of record. L. H. Prtiit had 10r>0 steers to sell and proposed selling them in Chicago. His ranch is near the boundary, sixty-five miles south of Medicine I Hat, and his intention was to drive his cattle to Chinook, Montana, and ship there. The live stock reppesont-ative ot the C. P. It. sought to get this business for his company, as ho should, over our Canadian road, ami interviewed Mr. I'ruitt promismg a rapid run from here, to Chicogo, and personal attention to the shipping. Mr. Pruitt considcretl it-made little dilTercnce to him which roaxl ho pa-troni7�d so long as he got his stock to Chicago expeditiously, in fact he favored the shipping over a Canadian road, and, after receiving a written promise that there would Iks sixty cars hero for him on the 23rd of October, he brought his bunch from Weekly Free Press and Prairie Panair; Wi*ai�ef Family Herald and Weckly star, Moalrsal Lethbridge Herald " Suaay AlUHa'a B�al": THESE THREE CJO CTi REGULAR PRICE $3.50 ^^JU^yJ W AN offer WANTS of WHICH ^lEETS ALti ClASSES THE SPECIAL OF READERS. ... ... . . . ..the south. Instead of getting cars wah,' possibly bacon and beans and'. . ...__., .u � ^ -I.. _.  - 1.1._8***' * ^^'^ telegram that the cars would not bo forthcoming for ship. ! ments to Chicago on account of some trouble the railway had in getting See CRABB, the expert Photogt&r ^her, and secure sittings early, R. CRABB Redpaih Si., Lethbridge mm- ill ;iEyHii|B rnperq IfaJiaTealargeliat.. �verythiBg waaelliaworlli the moiMy. Call and aee ua or telephoaa Mo. 18S ^'ildtlM'iu b'tq"l^^ Tachion decreaa ara fmuy tblnira. araSTro-Lr. aaa labtad tow ehaae. a .olt hat ha d.�n. � i�cp.- loaw tomlsiM Iw ceta mad if anybody pu�� a danl , . 'i Ibto hi* MW atiS hat. CANADIAN PACIFIC Eastern Canada faciirsions LtfwRoand trip ratea to ONTARIOi' QUEBEC aad iMAIUtlME PROVINCES Tiekata on aala Dk. 1 to Dec. 81, tncluaiv^, good to return wHhinthroo monthf. Tiekata laauad In connection Atian; tic at�Maahl|> BuBiMM will he on ala from Nov. as; and limM�d to Ave montba from date, of Isaue.' Finaat Bquipment. Standard Flrat etaM Sleeping and Tourlat Care oh atl Through-Trains. mUMM . .Apply to neaiMt C.P.R. Aitent for faU laronnaAlua. dii moderwtely well cooked bread three I times per day with dried apples for luxuries on Sundays and slap-jacks if bread were scarcer-though we did not alw'nys know which was Sunday uiid. frequently lost .the days of thci week.and t.ho month, but the loss wais nothing to worry about for we caught the pariod later and sometimes weno ahead of time. Some times wc had gantoi wild berries or prunes, and 'it rivers allowed of cro8� ing, we could go. to town for change but at times our.4at was very much that of the ass of old when they H8ked-~us "suppose a donkey was on one side of the river and a bundle of hay on tho other; s>ide, and the donkey wishoil-the ;'hay.,. what did he do?" Wc cTftep did tutkSM other, ass. Had to, ^ % BEFORE T^ WOMEN CAME Later milking cow8';b6camo more fa shionable and but'tor came in for things became more aesthetic v.ncn tho heat girl of th.' artner. alp ranch tliosb thai were nH cooks smoked; the cook Canadian cars returned promptly. Mr. Pruitt, who had aated in good faith ond against his primary intentions, was placed in a peculiar position. I He endeavored to hold tho company to tliL'ir written agreenien't to furnish cars, but was turned down flaitly. About this time buyers from outside points came upon the scene. They made offers for the catjtlu which would indicate that -thuy considered that they had the old man over a barrel-but he didn't roll. Ono man offered t27..'!>0 i)cr liead for tho bunch and another buyer raised him fitty cents for a cut of "7^0 head, less, wu should say, than two cents i)6r pound Here is an indication of competition. The old man's price was S42..50 and he started the bunch south to ship them from Uncle Sum's country. Next morning the $28 olTar was rais ed to 940, and wo understand a deal K'as made for the bunch at this fig-ui-o. These flguros wo believe ore substantially correct, the letters and-telegrams in reference to tho shipping. A condition of ulTuirs such as this is rotten, and if tho sitockmen look with lunging eyes to a market where they get the prices current for their stock according to grade, and to the time when thoy will have a rail outlet direct into this market, it is. Iiocause, in a great measure, thoy arc being substantially jolted into hostility tovtirds the Conditions as we have them bore in Alberta. Outside markets may improve, stock may improve, hut In no way does it cut any Ice with tho producer. Ho is narrowed down to a point whore, between winter ex|>erlencos as in 1900-1007, and the difhcuHy he has in getting a decent price for his ntock he doesn't care whothor he continue In the business or not. The Wo!*tern (^inaiHan reading public is made up chieHy of these claaa-es: Persons who have lived in the west for any lengthy period andiara.. out-und-oiit Westerners, onA recent arrivals from the Old Country, from the United Status and Eastern Canada. ; vjv Peiha^ no ono ncw.spaper could xater with complete satiafaotionr tA all these classes but by this combination offer every special need in mtt. The Weekly Free I'l^ess and Prairie Fanner gives a .complet� raeoca-vi>ek by weak of all happonings in the Western Provinces. In additlfl* it ha.s six^cial dei)aitnienls for American and British; settlers. The Family Hui-ald and Weekly Star suppllosthe former resident of Eaatem da with the news of the Eastern portion of tho I>omlnion in det�il?4lfo and the Lethbridge Herald provides the local Western newa, which ypu eaiinot do without. .1*0 LETHmiinGE IIEHALD: Find enclosed $2.50, for which send mo Weekl.v Free Press and Pralria Farmer.'-WinriiiwR; Family Herald and Weekly Star, Montreal; and I�thir dowtt tbs dust. TIMB ha awtptaba jtt H. ny that every Tuui, Blck and Ilfirry has tried to Introduce. TO RENT. A seven-roomed house on Argylo Avenue. Apply, to HE. KELLteV, . LoUibrldgo. FOR SALE. For Sale-A curre|ipondence course In good school. Owner unable ^ to Ask for UINABD'a and you will'(o on with It. Apply toOox O. Hor- lald oa�a. Type-Writing Agency, Tde nndersignod ia prepared to :do all kinds of_ > - -C;' Type-Writing. CircaliriziBl, Stcnolrtpliy, etc. Rates, terms, etc., oo application v E. B. SLOAN Office-Conaerratory of Muaic - ;' 4t-.ii3 Phoae 142- One-half tho~ w.orl>1 does not kuoiK.t how the other half livts. and w-dl'U. n't unilorstnud i^t' If tiomebidfy, showed.them.. ..V '��i'fcV �� The man who is quite sur.i ho '4a got into heaven his owii' way rkni>wm : better than to trj' to gnt into th(i' Bfasonic order that Avay. ' , f The city man viSo. Is now tNistliat' to put some potatoes, cabbage, ail*' other yogQtables In bis cellar is (|ait�vfr sura that next .year he will havo^'kar good cordm- of his own. ;