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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 29, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta ate*-!- r - k HBRIDGE HERALD MINTING CO., LTD. - h i - .r jH r r - ^ - L - *nne business man and tho Herald is prepared to support his policy as we believe he ..s anxious to help the people and promote the interests of Al-*> V iIMu.utu u  , 'bertft. Ho is giving to Albcrtasound W. A. BUCHANAN, Maniftit Dlrccton . . . . tI. o . t �  [practical and business like service1 W. JORDAN, Supt Of Job Department* and so when he announces that ;he Only a few more days until municipal notn nul.ons. Now rustle ami Het a few good, energetic nv>n Uw Md for Alderman. Ratepayers should give �n InleUl - jont moment but ho talks an though gout consideration to municipal qiu�h- I ho was pivparcd to thoroughly u. vcfdlgato the matter ar.d have a lions and ascertain exactly whore the candidates stand. When Rdmonton |H\>ple conn* do*n hen? to buy real estate it \* a mv;h-i.v good sign that this c.iy K o.K M()Ui: COAL WtiST OK OKOTOKS. change in the present method* road count ruction .ntroduccd. Oi t yiJBSCRIPTtON: In Advance 1.50 a year' 2.00 a' year ADVERTISING. Per Month 1.00 Per Inch GOVERNMENT COAL MINES govern moil't of this province con to Iplatos owning and operating rail* ways and coal mines an.*-mend anything tor the province, ex-re pi a policy that would help to d velop .t and make it the banner province of the DonAnioti. At a mooting in the (Jh�irh^n election Mr. Cashing said that ho had come to the conclusion that tho province should own the railways within tho boundaries oi the prov  �iuv One road had askoil the s,v' ernment to gunrnnto* iheir bonds. Ho d.d net so� why they should no* issue their own bonds just as w**U, ami build the rood thomsolws The Some Promising Fields Ar; Opened tip at Ouev. to be hall is Herald Kdievcs a now It wotdd Ui a gruat poNsoss.oit for th;.t people. Hradualb Iho property cotdd In* '.in-provctl uirlil in iinu\ it wotiltl be the illteHt park in Alberta. Now- is the titiK? to neeure possession of 1 his un* surpassed natural paik sit  with lh;� WesUMtt Ciiliada Profefwi.iii-a) League, was organised ut the A-* Wo nro told lhatSoulhern Alberta Is built upon a great deposit of u>nl re�ch*ing from tho Rocky Mountains east to Saskatchewan. It that .s true, the west should never sutler from a coal famine, provided the government takes over the operation province was full of co*\1. ami yw th�� of the deposits, that have not *et |>ot>pl*� were sufToring from a *vul gol into tlio hands of private own- famine on account of insnthcient t�' 1-ers. There is as much, in fact more 1 way facilit.es \U? vould to s^p ivason, to advocate public ownership the government own its own coal lustkeep your eyes on U�ihbnlge the eoltiiing year and svs� ii it doesn't make Wonderful strides. No matter how lonu iv*in er Me Bride poMtpo>K\s tho e'eetions in Hi'�t-ish Columbia %'0!d Man" Siiiip..�m Will deal him out �our ?n.-*dieine in the Kootenai's on cO*�eiion dav Tlw "Old Man" will put it bunch td wh.-nevs in the field for thp Ld-vraW The only bit of good eluvr 'ii Mr Whytn's lettor was the news th.it the erection of the CPU bridge i Hat. The rtty otllcinls at pw^*Mti niN> cramped for room. Thetv is \oi sutbeient accommodation for th> fire department .n its pnwmt quart >u-k and to our mind the p�\*si�nt city hall shotikl Ik� uw�d entiivly Hy the fire department. A ih�w city hall, could include spacious offices for the city clerk and other otneials, ..ml the police force us well as a large council chamber ni.d above all an auditorium Hint would provide us for Dr. HnlhraiHt also favors taxing the \acant land �b- at its full vithit^, sinibi>ia Hotel last nlfrht al a f"i-1 ivsentatiw nuvting of the bus.-uess and prot'oKslonal inch of the city. While the attendance was not ove�\* whelmiingly large, yet tho promoters of tho proposition uei\) more than pleased at iho way thoso present took certainty. Okotoks, Nov. 2d.-What is likely to prow a writable bonanza tit the way of coal mines has recently Iven if.scovered hetv. The discovery, whhh is locnteil about forty miles west of this town, eotnnrisos a tract of uvor eight thousand arres lr- e\* lonl. ly ng on both sides of Sheep Croek. TuanelliliKS in the hunks of the rreek ha\c disclosed veins fi. H, 111. and 'JO fevl itt thickness of an excellent quality of Hteaming and cook- }X*\* coal jwith decent accommodation Tests showing 7nj aj;o hi I i e t of coal mines, than of railroad, telegraph atwi telephone systems, eke -trie light, etc., etc., because fuel is the greater necessity. Unless wo get coal tin this western county, where wood is almost invisible, li'V would not be worth living in tho winter, without coal lifo is without comfort, In fact tho absence of mot with success then more of antee protection to the |*coplo by e*. New 7�aland system could be tablishing government mines, so that adopted. the people who are .n the west wid Alberta can keep out of the irr'p be assured that life in tho winter I of corporations ly falling in line field, and build railways to them. Tho government was conM lowest possible rate" ' Such legislation as that outlined by Mr. Cush�ng would give to the people of Alb*�rtn in many respocts the mo�*t adx-nnceil form of public ownership in existence in tho world i>utsfde of New Zeal a ml ar.d if the dlffeivnt go\vrnnK>nt3 owned systems the will Hyman is doesn't ha\\ he got Into methods. an aide man init that him whs�n ii i^ pro\e.i parlianu-ni hv cro,�ke I Save mo pxcbiuiat ion from my ii t nd^,' ino^t t�rotiniierit tlii in Mr Hytnnn's mind these da\s The (Conservative campaign cry in ush is correspondingly small. The field lies to the north of and  n close proximXty v�� rirh iron feds. said to he nearly equal *n grade and of much greater oMeut 'ban th.� Pern e iron m'n^, I he discovery is in tho same lo- en 111 y as t ho P. Hit r n�* A n t hraci t � ^sls. iin 1 directly on Iho propossl Mne of the Pord'iv: IWvpr U. 1L whow charter was lssu>l la.vt spring to hulld from Mtrh�l to Okotoks. The discovery was mad* by Wilson Urns of Okotoks. nnd th* losls ha /e t-oiMi coinlucted by one of the most competent experts in th-� west. A �vedicnto has l>oon formed de Or. On I  brailh inmIIxob the n.'ces�ity for all these things but he is not prepared to commit himself to such a scheme at present, its he Vol loves other mat-tors, of more importun.ee, demand the city's attention at tho present moment. 1 Oleichen is "Let Hiloy won't let go Ho Kiley ' * ui j \el .p the discovery. The proposed C PH. branch lines make .t clearer than ever that Leth* DR. GALBRAITH'S VIEWS bridge is going to W a railway centre. Thj CanoxtI#nti Northern. Orwit Northern, Grand Trunk Pacific ind 1 C.P.H. are nil heading for this point. The Herald man had a chat will* Mayoralty candidate. Dr. OalhraUh, other on inuiAcipal probletns the While the Pr. has Within the lust week the Herald added 25 names to its subscript on list. Wo Just mention this fact to i prove that the Herald Is growing lit favor. The Herald go*s 'into almost home in Ix-thbridge at the eveil1 ng. wniw i no it. nas never sorvisl at the council Umrd, he has given close and thoughtful attention to all questions concerning the welfare of lxuhhridge. Tor instance he has abiding faith in Lelhbridge as an industi'ial cen-tiv. He believes no place in the entire west can offer bettor advantages Our unsurpassed location, the presence of coal al our doors, at tho lowest price of any place m Canada, and tho almost certain possession of natural gus will apinxir to nuuuiiac-! turers. Mm thinks that, inwbeud of advert.mng ir. |>eriorienco trusts ami tho colorations controlling all tonus of government, t^et u% try it. present time matters deserving the inunotftate attention of the city council is the � a the Hoes- I EDITORIAL NOTES. THE POLICY FOR ALBERTA. Hon. W. II, Cushiug is on thort�,ht track. He has evidently been stud;. -ing conditions In New ^Zealand and is coming to the conclusion tljat Al -l�rta would le hotter off ff she followed the policy that has been ho successful in the llrHlsh Islo in the Southern Sean. Mr. Cashing is Mr Whvtc's thoughts like the sum. j mor girls love, change when tho winter da>s rotae I The W*Mt. that can �,e said is tha; Mr. Why to forgot nil nt-out that Tun letter. �T T North has taken over management of tho Clarcsholm view and will at an early date tablish papers at Stavely and leaving*. C. s. Hotchkiss' retirement from nowspRi>er work is to l>o n� -grot ted. He was one of tho liked men in the profession in province. sideof the river. This ho looks .i|mii as a vital matter and with the >p-provemvnt of our walks and stiveU'. j llorlunUy lo have a tralfic bridge ui onneotion with the now railway ( : i bridge, out of our nuich, lv� Ivlirves I President 'Wo found Dr. Unlbmith in aco'd ! (. with otir \^ews in this matter. t Proitident Hruee Uohinson. of the Westoni Canada Maseball Kmkuo or-ri\^sl ,n K oa^h, which v 111 be ottonsl to the citizens at large. Two thousand dottnrft, il was estimate^!, would 1k� a-TUph* to ihmnro thi* club ihrouuh the ^**a.Hon oven tinder the most ad vers** circumstances. A twenty |vr tvnt. call, thetvrort*. is to lv made wh'ich meant that the stockholders will be required to put up 81 tor *�aeh share for which they subsrrihe. Five of the gent I 'ineu (tn*sent took U|i $>\ "00 worth of th* Mlock tluring tlv* evening and it wus decided to incorpor-nto. thi� company al omv. The fair and �sptitab|e manner n which the league is to bo finance I was pointed out. each club drawi ig aO per cent of the gale receipts in alt games it plays. Through thin promhiro ICdtuotitou and Oalg-try clubs will share the gab� money received in those cities with Medicine Hat and l^dhbridge when the latter clubs go thuv and in tho roturit geme.s hot\� ami in Lethhrblg** wilt only claim half the gate. The Mr.v\-gor clubs will thus contri 1 n11o !ar Koly to the support of thos*� in th* smnller cities. Olllcers for tho> local cltth wen* efts*-U"*l as follows President-Wm. Cousins. Secy.-TiN*ns-W. .1. Mclean. Committee-das. Klem ng, c. S Pingle and D. fl. White. Mr. Mclean was given authority to close up the contract with lWt>* Spotvr of Winnipeg, to manago tip Mwlirine Hat team ami an active canvas for uu. sA\^ of stock will l�o undertaken imiiuNliatoly. Granolithic walks look lieltor and tlU! best this The Herald the c'tizons to 'the next thing is to improve wear W-tter and there is no reason l prvHont entrftnco to the city. m. th-it wny every one of our business hIrmu , lho nmds ou c|lhoi. silJ,. of *.hj at least, should not possU) tho belief that the W-autSfnl i�. v t the and Hob nson says that he hts aln*ndy roceivor the openini; 0f May Oh. h. soasult. so that a rain will i.ot ot is to bo found in all \l- llut that . sn't help Lothbrld^ a iblt l�o informed on the attitude of the Mayoralty candidates on civic problem*. This week, we give tin* views of T�r. Ualbraith and next week we a|ho{v to publish the opinion of his opponrnt, Mr. William Ibmders �n. 1 partU-ular renwdy in view at the pro3 shores of the river bottom, would . will play games on th* I'he te-uu the rout . at i.ll The latest Nvsoball suggontlon has to do with tho pitcher and his usual weakness at tho bat. It is proposed to exempt tho man in the Ik>x from nil battfng duti�*s an.I so accompllsu n doi:Me purpose-in* r sise tho baiting average and |>re\ent tin* pitcher l>olng overwr. fSalbraith has ro expect it will. n |*irk on the �nak largi* cities, and u�ill doubl�-ss tboir expenses.-IVlmont ^n ) ournal Medii'me Hat News: Hat llaseball Club. mo vnivv: pnit stkehs H. Tonnnnt nnd sons of Coutts. r. cetvctl an uvera�e price of $0O.ftO a head for thirteen Kloors sold at Chicago. If they had had the steers TW� Mexli^tne llhero a wMi^fnw they would hava in conniption .got 40c a head more. AND For Holiday Shopping and Christmas Presents we are Leaders! Fancy Dry Goods, Silk Shawls, Silk Berthas, Fascinators, etc \-t' T L i + +1 Ladies' Skirts Just received by express for tho Christmas trade. Newest goods to bo had in black, blue and rod, iu nebt small pleats from S3 to $12 00 Blue poplin skirts, three quarter Inch wide pleafing from hip to bottom. Lovely goods 98.50 and 810.00. Ulack voile skirts from. SO to M'J. lllack Silk Skirts from 910 to $30 Black s-ilk sk'irta of all grades from $1 to $0. This next week we odor you your choice for $3 50. OIRLS TVVKEU SKIRTS 0 ood heavy worth 2.75. cl $1.50. Gents' serviceable skins, ring at $1 75 and Furnishings I M . I H - ^ Uood heavy wool iloeco lin�i underwear at 50 cenU. Fancy stripe wool rtcece liniHl at 75c Our best wool fleece lined at $1.10 IVnmans all wool unshrinkable heavy ribbed at 1.00, has no uqual in the trade. Penman's fancy stripe all wool, a fancy garment'. Mans sizes 1-50 .;nd Ions men 1 75 GLOVKS AND MITTb Moca Buck silk lined 1 50. 1,75 and 2.00. Moca buck wool Hned 1.00. i 25 and $1.50. Moca buck, plain, unliued. $1.95 and $1.50. Boys' Clothing Wo are at home in the clothing trade. We have something good tor lho boya: Boys two piece suets, good warm tweed $2.50 and $3.00- Iioy.s three piece suits, good, wuiia. tweed $4.50. $5.00 ard $6.00. Youth's three-piece long pants $5 00 $G00 and $7.50. WE INVITE COMPARISON. Mens Coon Coats Nothing but tho best, "prices $50.00 $00.00 and $70.00. Men's Wombat Coats $21.00. Men's Wallaby coats 25 nnd S30.00 Mcr/ii beaver cloth coats w.th Run -Nian Hat lining $00 and $75. Shirts We have hundreds *- from and this week we have thrown together tho odd lots. Shirts, worth from and well made. Una viz. R5 cents. Some cheap shirts. 1.00 to 175 price lor all, ono w'dl get Caps We havo already sold more caps this fall than we did .n two previous years, Why? Wo have tho correct cap. Wo have tho lowest price. See the values ar.d you are convinced. Our loaders are at 75c and $1.00. Fur Department. We are now making havoc among the furs. Kach day lessens our-sto.-k We are cutting down deep into the prices. Ail our cheap fur-lined jackets are gone. Wo will ofler the nest now at the cut prices. We bought too many high priced garments but they must go. Black Astrachan Jackets A no curl $25. $80 and $35. Black Persian Uunb mink trim $175.00. Ladles brown fur stolo AO inches long. Trice $1.50. Ladies brown fur stole. Ut inches long. Prico $7.00. Ladies capei-ino. Astrachan, with 4 sable tails $10.00 Ladies caperine, electric seal, As -trachan tf?nuning at $12.50 unJ $15.00. Ladies caperlno, electric ar.d French seal, with aablo trim $20.00, $25.00 and $30.00. Clearing Prices in Ladies9 Short Coats Wo have about throe dozen left. Colors blue, black and fawn. Thvy are cheap at our regular price but we mean to get them out ami v ill sell goods worth $12.00 for $8.50. Coats worth $10.00 for $7.00. Coats worth 7.50 for $5.00. Children's Long or Short Coats Worth $7.50 sidling for $5.00. Worth $5.00. selling for $100. A few odd lines, clearing at $2.'>0 to $3.50. Worth double. Ladies' Three-Quarter Coats We have heard nothing but com-pUments on our stock In this line. We have the correct color, we nave tho correct cut. Our prices are the best to bo had and range from $8.00 to $25.00. House Furnishings Tapestry squares imported direct and wo havo them in all tho -now designs. Prices $10, $12.50. $15, and $18.00. Velvet squares $25. $30 and $a.V WILTON SQUAWKS. In our experience as dry goods men those are tho finest we have ever handled. But not too good, wq think for Jjothbridge. Pnicos $35.00, $50.00 and $00.00. 3^1^ ,\ * * V-l- A+- :-r- ^ ^ Our Prices are Low. t WE INVITE INSPECTION Our Terms are Liberal  ;