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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 28, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta Hi hum in I11 in i it � m 11 ill t h n 1t1II i Good Coal Stock is Better than a Bank USe Royal Collieries 10 SQUARE MILES OF \ COAL LANDS A consolidation of tho Barnes Ulna Juet north of Lethbridge, Alberta, with iovcml surrounding mcIIom making It one of the largest and luuit valuable coal lands In Alberta.  CM1M SM*M-~W* � WW Amount of coal underlying their lands la variously estimated at from 60,000.000 to 70,000,000 tons. They have the same coal measures and the same quality of Domestic ; and Steam Coal as -the famous Oalt and Diamond Coal Mines. The llarnes Mine has been working for years and has large area* of coal blocked out. In less .than a ye* r this stock will be worth double, the price at which it is selling. Wo are prepared to |I�-mond Coal, but the fortunate holders ant asking ?&c. Oalt Coal Is coin* Ing money for its stockholders. So will Itoysl Collieries. MUlira KUMI MWD HINT! Will be the resuK when this company completes its tipple and lays four miles of track across the level prairie to Lethbridge, where they connect with the A. H. at I. and the C. 1�. It. Oct In on the first Issue of Treasury Shares which we are offering to the public in blocks of II ti SH it 2Sc Per Sure The same people who floated and made such a success of the International Coak and Coke are the prima movers in the Royal Collieries. International went on the market at 30c. per share and is iwylng 33 oer cent, annually on the money Invested at this price. One dollar Invested then is worth 93.93, an increase of 08 per cent, per year. Why be content wUh 8 per cent, when aa opportunity such as this presents Itself. MICHTON & CAVANAUGH BROKERS Drawer 1083 NELSON, B.O. Phone 110 1111111IIIII111It IIII IUIIIt 11111II11111III IU H H11111MIII111w IP Y6U WI8H TO BUY ..WINTER WHEAT LANDS.. -CONSULT- HATCH & COONS The choicest land* in all parte of the Lethbridge District. HATCH & COONS, Oliver Block, Lethbridge GLENDOWER ALLEN Real Estate Farm Lands Good Solid Investments. Baw and Improved Lands For Sale. Pincher City Lots from $65 to $400 Dobbie's Sub-Division adjoining Depot, from 'For plans and information apply to GLENDOWER ALLEN Land Office Pincher Station, Alta li.L Technicalities will not avail at the final Judgement. Bargain counter marriage* arc seldom profitable. For tnat hnni times fooling, tnko Dr. Chcurup's Extract �>f Sutv-h.n.-und"Oood Cheer. Spitterlngt ii MMlm FryiRg Pin (By 13. N. Barker, In Edmonton Saturday News.) Upi and Downs of E�rry Houtekeeping Life on ranch in olil days, to be n success, called for a multiplicity of faculties, I. o., the power to do Ing many things, much varied, from morn to night. Work commonc edeojrly and wont till Into. The one who woke first lit the lire nnd this toll more often to live lot of the most energetic, for sonic are born move tired than others and prefer to remain that way, so .the willing horse wears out first, 1. c., if the "other does not rust oti't from lnnmlnntlon. Our more advanced friends any that It Is nnturc's greatest struggle to eliminate Us parasites. Some of these had been eliminated from older countries and cama to parasito in tho west. Whiskey is a useful medium of elimination ami cnreie.i out the evolu lion of quite a part of our race. TIIK COOK'S TROUBLES The first man that IK 11*0 fire cook. loose dirt together, anil threw It nut n soma careless households the ho? was sometimes needed aiu) did m|iki execution, tlivasy wnlor made u, hnnlcr lloor thnn Just, plain, clean water, our railroad frk>nds hav-� since found this owl, that oiling vims ings and tracks keeps down uniices sary dust but the atrtomoblllst goes further and atlvocalcs oiling nil ronds tho farmer to pay .for this, which he does not see. We knew lung ago that grease keeps down dust. The Hardships of the Alberta Stock Grower as illi;sthatei> nv A'srouv fhom medicink hat Tho Medicine lint News hns this remarkable story to tell:- It will be noticed that the Chicago market is attracting more-nMention this year for our Alberta stockmen than for some �lime. If there was direct railway connection from tho stock country to Chicago there is no doubt but thnt three-fourths of our licet would pay duty to I'ncle ed b'renkfost. It being the lot of the j !?ttm 8**ti into his best market, others to go and do,the outside and, as n result, Al.lvrta ranchers chores fa good old Cheshire word). | wou|ll ,mvo m ,,,,,, u, , t I . ...1*1. . ___.__ _......t * 1 home. So far as prices go. season after season the Alberta producer is nel- l.u., milk the cow, if one was milked nnd do the stables. They were sup posed to bo back in time for breakfast, ln�t It often happened that the idle ones did not stir till breakfast'ting a smaller figure, and the do- wns ready then they rolled out, of bed, pulled on their boots-the only crtide of upparcl not taken to bed, i.e., when sober, ami struck out for the burn, the cook in the meantime using wry bad language at having to wait. This latter, if the snorers would not get up, had to resort to strong measures at times. Possibly he might boat a tin boiler with a vacant axe handle till sleep was Impossible, a very irritating disturbing form of music at 4 a.m. or mnnd for good stock at good prices is n thing of the past. It has been said that, this year there is no competition whatever, and that the country has been divided up-Pat Hums taking the Alberta produce and Gordon & Ironsides the balance of the beef. We are fairly close In touch with the slock business and wv have not seen anything which bears the semblance of an approach to com petition among buyers. Producers If this did not suffice he wont around Iwho wlil not *** to �' the tssls with a piece of lint, unused jthclr 8tock b-v l,V! uu>'�;rs. nr�? lumber, with' which ho vigorously ,,ln� lhoir own c,vU,c' nn(l lnosl played upon the most exposed and of I them are sullslH'd with the r.rturns liaittly imrts of the person. A cooki'rom Uu' 8uk'9 whcllle1, �""Poh�I of was a privileged character and had,1,1 Toronto w Chicag.i. ways of his "own composing" like I Tho Pl""--hers an* sadly hnndlcnppe.1 t the Yorkshlrvman's anthem. !Kitting In to th,- Chicago market, his word wns usuallv law. For the 1 ^wwk lh*� w"� a trannnrtton alternntKe of a strike agaisst tho > ^'Ich goes so far towards playing . .u t... # i. . .i. . .u the rancher Into the hands of the ex- authority of the cook meant, that tho . . _ . . . ,u i porters that it Is quite proper that opposition wns returned to the gov- ' 1 ' ___.__. . ... , . ,i _ t. . It Isscomrs a matter of record. 1,. crnment position and tlie growler had ,, , ... , . , . ill. PruK lia�l lOfiO steers to s^ll and tn lie cook. I proposed selling them In Chicago. the boundary, of Medicine On tho larger ranches, which were His ranch is near run by compunics, of course bustle was the main Idea in order to make "��>-n� dividends, so eurlv rising was the'11*1' ttlul h,s ,nU,,,Uon was to �lrivi1 rule, even If the gang had to sH two'1'1" CAt,,� to c,,inook' Montana, and The most delicate and dainty sweetmeats ftii COWAN'S. Maple Buds, Milk Chocolate, Cream Bars, etc. Sold by Grocers and Confectioners. THE COWAN CO.* Limited* TORONTO Weekly Free Press Family Herald md w��kiy sur, Moatr��i Lethbridge Herald * s�eny aiuh*** Beet THESE THREE REGULAR PRICE $3.50 AN OPl'EU WANTS OK WHICH MEETS ALL CLASSES THE SPECIAL. OF KEADEltS. The Western Canadian rending public is made up chiefly of these chutes: Persons who have lived in the west for any lengthy period and are out-unil-oul Westerners, luid recent arrivals from the Old Country, from the I'nited States und Eastern Canada. Pcrliu|Si no one newspaper could cater with complete satisfaction to all these classes but by this combination offer every special need is met. The Weekly Vive Pivsh and Prairie Kurmcr gives a complete recareV \i|>>k by \\Nvk of all happenings in the Western Provinces. In addition it tuts *|�'ciiil depiirtnictils for American nnd Uritish settlors. The FaiB-ily Herald and Weekly Slur suppliesthc former resident of Eastern Com* da with the news of the Eastern portion of tho Dominion in detailed form nnd the Unhbridgc Herald provides the local Western newe, which you cunnoi do without. .190 or three hours waiting for daylight ship there. The live stock reprvsent- L1CTII mil DO E 11 El {A LP: Find unclosed $2.50. for which send mo Weekly Froo Press and Prairie Farmer."Winnl|�'g; Family Herald und Weekly Star, Montreal; and Lethbridge Herald, for one year each. ' " ? ntive of the C. P. U. sought to get to go to work. I pon one occasion! ,. . . , ., . . ' a. _ � this business for his conipun*. as he a puncher who was working for the t ,, , ,. , , . ... should, over our Canadian road, ami Cochrane ranch came down rather , , , ,...... , . , . , , , , . , ..�,,, Interviewed Mr. Prultt promising a Into for breakfast, and not thinking , , , , ^ ' . , , . , i rapid run from here to Chicago, and he hud had sleep enough he remark-1 , . . . ...... .,7 . . - i � personal attention to the shipping. cl in the crowd "I'd like to trnile off,' , ... ,, � , ,.., Mr. I'ruitt considered H-mmle little .difference to him which ron/l he patronized so long ns he got his stock to Chicago exjieilitioiiKly, in fact he Don't Wait Until the Week before Christmas for your . HOLIDAY PHOTOS : my blankets for a stable lantern, ain't got no blamed use for blankets but could use u stublo lantern most any time." Tho gent Mas soon ask- (I to vamoose to another range; tho ways of companies are -their own but then they hav� no souls to be saved. ,, v? . . ... \\y cars nere lor nun on mo -j;iro forthcoming for ship, times tier day with dried apples for . . ,,, , , ' . . , , , ments to Chicago on account of some luxuries on Sundays nnd slap-jacks , ... ,7 ... ., , . .v. ... trouble the rnilwny had In git ting if bread were scarce-though we did 1 Ik-;. Srniy SonthEni Mlitrts Fnni Lands ill Let&brWge Pnptrly We have  Urge list. Everything we m)1 it worth the money. Cell end tee ut or telephone Mo, 182 EaUi ft Matthews ltd. Utbbride, Mta. |f|flN)t tickles ua le tq hear a own hoe carefully turned up the hot-if*$M df hie trousers and Jabbed four ' J|i$ntotric�l denU In bit. hat, talking ^i�^��rc��tic tones Fashion docreee are funny things. For Instance, as soon an man-purchases a soft hat he deems it nocca nary to jab a few dents in H. Out aboui feminine 1m gets mad if anybody puts a dent into hit new stiff hat. See CRABB, the expert Photographer, and secure sittings early. R. CRABB Rtdpath St., Lethbridge CANADIAN PACIFIC ANMTTAl, Eastern Canada Excursions Low Bound trip rates to ONTARIO, QUEBEC and MARITIME PROVINCES Tickets on sale Dec. 1 to Dec. SI inclusive, good to return within thro3 months, Tickets issuod in connection Atlnn tic Steamship Business will be on sale from Nov. 2a, and limited to five months from date of issue. Finest Equipment. Standard First class Sleeping And Tourist Our* on all Through Trains. 1W WNN fVttll TUIU HAT Apply to nearest C.P.R. Agent for full information. 011 favored the shipping over a Canadian road, and, after receiving a written promise that there would i*. sixty cars here for him on tho 2Hrd of not always know which was Sunday and frequently lost tho days of tho week and tho month, but the loss was nothing to worry about for we caught the tkirlod later nnd sometimes were ahead of time. Some times we had game, wild berries or prunes, and "if rivers allowexi of crosK ing, wn could go, to town for change but ut tiines our lot was very much that of the ass of old when they nsked-us "suppose a donkey wus on one side of lite river nnd a bundlo of hay on the other �i, and tho donkey wished the hay^ what did ho do?" Wo often did artho other, ass. Had to, UEFOHE Tljp WOVEN CAME Later milking cows becanio more fa shionnble and butter came in for things became? more ac-Uhetir. ivncn Cniuidinn cars returned promptly. Mr. I'ruitt, who had awted in good faith und against his primary intention's, wns placed in a |>eculinr position. Ho endeavored to hold the company to their written agreement to furnish cars, but was turned down flatly. About this time buyers from outsido points came upon the scene. Thoy made offers for the cattle which would indicnto thut they considered that they had tho old man over a barrel-but he didn't roll. One man offered 827..10 per head for the hunch nnd another buyer raised him fifty cents for a cut of 7.">0 head, less, we should say, than two cents per pound Hero Ik an indication of coimietitUm. Tho old man's price was Sl'2..M) and ho started tho bunch south to ship thorn from Undo Sum's country. Next morning the $28 offor was ruis ESTHAY PONY C'liine to N.K.J see.Ill, range 22, tp 11. one stuult pony witfi Huddle and bridle on and rope halter, branded X on right hlioulder and small brand resembling M on left shoulder. Owner is requested to prove properly, pay expenses, and tuke It uwuy. dar� p. .1. n.vvis. STlt.VYED From No. 3 l-a-llihridge, on or about Out. '-'I n red milch cow with while spots on forehead and on each side close to hind legs. White spot on lull ulso. nrunded TV on loft v ribs. Anybody returning the same or telling where it is will Isj rewarded. Mike Pop, llox 427, Lethbridga. u28p TO KENT A N'ew Scven-Hooin Hrick House on Hound St. I lent thirty dollars a mouth. Apply c. W. (Jray. I'OIt SALE IIAND-UAQ LOST. llctwecn llowville and Links OB Wednesday. Oct. 10, containing notes and bills of about $150, and silver watch. Howard of f 10.00 will be offered for its recovery, tf. Hoi ma Peterson. NEW EM PIKE TYPEWRITER FOR SALE Nover been used. First claes machine. Will bo sold at a snap for quick sale. Apply P. O. Box IBS. FOR SALE Two paid up shares in the Lethbridge Woollen Mills Co. $100 par value for 50c. on tho dollar. Apply C. S. llorup Lethbridge. dl3  WANTED Two experienced sales ladies for the dry goods department. Apply to Manager of tho Hudson's -Bay Co.'a. stores, n38 A John Deere (lung Plow, almost new. IVIco reasonable. Apply llox 1-M7, Lothbridgo. n28p WANTED Position us Tcumstcr-10 years ex-penenee. Apply Hox No 597, Lethbridge P. O. tho best girl of the cou.itrysi.lj was wl to $40, and wo understand a dual askod to tea. All was poaco nnd har-lwas msdo for tho bunch at this flg-mony as long as there wore men uro. These figures we lclievo nro in society and stag dances wore tho1 substantially correct. Wo have seen rule not tho exception, for a society ; tho loiters and-telegrams in roforenoe I'OSI'JJO.NS WANTED FOIt SALE of men entirely is very .democratic. Hut this kind of society remains crude and mab left to himself deteriorates from aesthetic and urtistic point of view and burnishes up liko tho cockiolly bird when his mate or prnspectivo mata comes round tho corner or flies into his tree? Thoy Bay women dress for women, not for mon but men certainly dress to got close next and to bo solid. A girt jn early days in Alberta could huvo nil the saddlo horses to rido sho wauled, till sho gut married to the other feller. Tho married ones, if thay luvl girls to stay with them, had to iivd tho countryside, at least the unmur lied countryside, till the couplo got together and foil overboard, then another game started. Wo wander away from tho subject and rominiscinlng looking into tho open fire brings thoughts so fast thoy arc not put rapidly enough in consecutive order. So to go back. After breakfast the hands, or on a partner-sip ranch those that were nH cooks smoked; tho cook to tho shipping. A condition of affairs such as this is rotton, and if -the stockmen look with loiiging eyes to a market whore thoy got the prices current tor their slock according to grade, and to the tlmo when they will haw a rail out-lot direct into this mnrkot, it is liecauso, in a grout measure, they are bolng substantially jolted into hostility towards the conditions as we have 1hom hero in Alberta. Outsido markets may improve, stock may improve but in no way does it cut any ice with tho producer. Ho is narrowed down to a point whoro, bo-tweon whiter experiences as in 1900-1007, and tho dliuculty ho has in getting a decent price for his slock lie doesn't caro whether ho cont inuo in tho business or not. By two competent Atnericon cooks. Cupahlo of taking charge in hotel, restuurant or camp. Heady to tako position on or after Dec. 1st. Applv ., ... Box 11.. Herald Office. ,,28 b""1'' ^hbrldgo Two Barber Chairs, nearly new, and two dun bio plated mirrors, 40 inches by 50 inches, cheap. Apply to Frank Thomas, HosoltonV Barber dl7 wanted Men nnd tennis wunted to work on CP.II. bridge. Apply to John tiiinn & Sons. x__n28 FOR ADOPTION. Strong healthy child. Apply to Bov 315, IxJthbridgo. wanted A General Servant for housework. Good Vfiges to tho right person. Apply ]). McAllister. Box 480, Lelh-bridge. t.f. A druggist can obtain an Imitation of MINAHDS LINIMENT from a Toronto house at a very low price, and havo it labelled his own product | This greasy imitation is the poor-cleaned up �i,d ( est one we have yot seen of tho ina- pt** things away then wat-iw.1 Co t ny that every Tom, Dick and Harry floor-dirt triors were the rule, boards not having come In-to koso down the du*t, Then he twapt tbo has tried to introduce. Ask for MINAKD'S and you git Hi TO RENT. A sovon roomed house on Argylo Avenue. Apply to H. E. KELLEY. Lothbridgo. Type-Writing Agency Tdo undereignod i� prepared to do all kinds of_ ' Type-Writing, Circularizing, Stenography, etc. Rates, terms, etc, on application E. B. SLOAN Office-Conservatory of Music 4t.- show- FOB SALE. For Sale-A correspondence course In good school. Owner unablef to Apply toBox O. Hor- wlll go on with it. laid office, Tho man who is quite sm-.i ho 'M got into heaven his own. way knows belter than to try to g