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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 29, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta This means great things for Diamond City. The construction of the bridge means that inside of eighteen months the Diamond Coal Company will be shipping not less than 500 tons a day. 40 men are now employed in development work. Every modern facility will be used in bringing coal from the mines to the cars. Tipple is under construction at the present time. Get in on the ground floor. Lots 33x125 from $150 up Call on me when you want to insure your stock. I represent one of the best stock indemnity companies in the business.  Phone 63 AGENT, LETHBRIDGE Ott Block 17. 1 Si V Where the Trail Forked tain; the Stonewall branch of the C P.H. main, ami so to the iV**h pots. the liijou OperaHouse, ami the "Inland." 11 ty Wiliium A MeJVrnud Ued Hook) 'M riu- For iliTi' is ueither Ku*�t -er from Alberta. From this room, hy the akl of field glasses, he could see across Market Square, between the market and the City Hall, the entrance to the police headquarters, and he had once seen the sergeant in charge of the Pemlrfna division, whom he knew, as he Wiow ail the members of the force, when that officer entered to explain to an irate chief how and why McGregor was still at largo. Randy realised thai to call a man a hundred miles from Ms post meant that the 'old man.' was, to *ay the least, much Interest M. tind he was shaken with anient laughter as ho pictured the serge.*nt. in an exceedingly unromfortaihlofraine of mliK*. "on the rnrpal," mentally anathematizing smugglers in general and Dandy Jr. particular, with scientific accuracy. # Xow, ns ho rodo along the Pelican trajt toward the lake, he was with deep satisfaction tfco The pony had entered the clearing, and the unaccustomed up|>eurance oi the shack checked the song *>n Andy's lips, arid made htm r.'n� h io-ward his holster lie starts 1 at the door standing a-jur. the tin cans scattered .it I'roti'. of the huihPing, and the newty-ma l dirty bandage ami buthed th.� fevered woui'.d. Ah he attempted io move the limb he discovered that an axe hud done the mischief, sliclnffthrough Hie side muscles J the leg nlid breaking the bono. IT*� main t-*:npor-ary splints and t>ouml the 'm l.V, tlveji gave the man's *jo lv o 'cool bath, and, us well as he conUI, adjusted the bedding, t'nder his c-.ire Wlvii he found his poii> found unidher on*�. with an N*W d P. (Northwest Mounted Polled; br.i-i 1 short-ho4rf>led, grazing near, end ilus one manifestly in goinl condition, he list at the side of his owi. animal ;^ 'ti�* set out. As ho rode he came to u fork in 'he trail where one road led south east toward Otter Luke and Wuiii:-|n-g, and the other northwest to Motee Portage Pom. There hispo:i\ halti* I Por a nwitumt t lw vt-i. m of the "l.eland" v !lK mronp. and he swore wwl t Ms br*jith. and ting'-i'.-d his roir.s in inoin.-ntary indecision To the south Winnipeg. To th? north Moose portave Th -n h> swunut-Ine. The rest of the post, as fains ap]H*arances went, hluml.en.Ml or had gono hunting. In the Uttlo room at th1 end ot 'Hie barracks the sergeant, autocrat of the tiny empire within the routines of the post, entertu'ined that welcome of rnr.tles, a visitor frim the world without. Over their liquor they measured earh other, and. u* -ter the manner of the Hrltish male, exchanged guarded rontidencos. The trooper, actually conscious of his Isolation from the world of culture whtich Ids) guest represented, was with his conftng fllIon ; the Inn* lops. j Hi. he continued. * Farther west j Suddenly the hooMvats of u ga!-thereMin occasional Indian murderer | lopping horse soiimled frenn the dir-or a cattle rustler hut these Sac*iv jectlon of the river gate, ls�com njr bucks wouldnt murder a coyote und i grtulualty fainter. At the sound the this isn't a cattle country. And we'- !sergeant started, as If about to rise re out of the way of the smug"j!e!*K ; then resumed his position. As th* | eehoes dHed .away in the silence oft hi*  evening the Kngllshmnn leatted for ward awl silently extended his han I loo You see," ho expla'in�d. �there is u lot of smuggling go?s on across the *iiine' whisky, drugs, and so on. and there are big towards and promotion if we can catch them." \nd seizing the opportunity to leave his own cuse he went on to 4ell of i.nejdry with a towel and apply Phnm smugglers and their doings, of night Iberlatn's Salvo just before going to CHAPPKl) HANDS. Wash your hands with which the railway company is bundling the li\e stock business Ik "wiv^k lug the cuttle trade in western Can � udu." These ate very st rong words of rondeinnal ion irom a man ^I'o knows what he, is talking alM>ut. He has been holding a thousand head of cattle here since Nov. 1 ,"> waiting for ears. The weather has been cold and stormy, th.* cuttle are on poor'fcfrnss-ing ni.d have been shrinking and the job of handling thetu has tieen a hardship on the men ami an expetis� on the shipper. Tlu-se cuttle are from the ranches of Spencer llr-is. Jus. Wright the Milk Hiver Po.. Hooper Huckvnle. and crtlver ranches 1nrnt .,pnHsive. did not . help him qv ' I * � " After ait-oment he cried, "Damn it all. man. *Hes3 aren't everything are they?" He pouched the chrevons of his sleeve* out Nov. 1, he ordered cars for ^tipping l"i�f to Winnl|K�g. The tuis were ordered for Nov. 5 and he sq n-jti tlu* otvler for them in the usual way. He had the cattle brought in from the ranch, seventy miles, and had them here for that day- He held the cattle near the stock yards from day to day until the 1 ftt h j exporter, states that the manner in late the liver and bowels. 4� 4: 4 4; 4; 4 4 4^ 4 4? 43 4 4 4; 4 4? AN HONEST MAN. T;.rell. Ohio. Nov. :M. I'Mitor I/othhridge I lerald Sir.--J w ish to thank Mr. C. H. How ma it through your valuable paper for his honest and square dealing in settling up my sun's estate. We found him a stra'ight and horu^t man in all li'.s dealings with my sou and us and he >s a man that I�*thbridge slvmld Ih* proud of and if everybody was as honest as Mr. liowm in our prisons and goals would soon lie a thing of the past. We Khali always appreciate his kindness to us and wish h m success. .1 MOVTOOMKItY. > MAN AND 11IS PUKSS. Mrs. T. P. O'Connor, a I�oitdon> \\ ide Heaown, I)iscuss**s the Sterner Sex. In an article on Men's press, Mi i Hessie O'Connor, wife of T.P. O'Connor, MP., sayh that "Stuue men are vie\n enough to imagine Unit1 neilh men nor women pay any attention io the clothes of a man. Then* n'vei* was a grea'ei mistake t han I hi-*. Surely w 4iiu. ii, w ho are ciinstant 'v studying the ml, the lines and liw fashion of their own clothes, neivs -saril.v obs.-rve th�� cut and the fashion of men's hublllineiiiN. "It was rather the custom of Man to associate the idea of a well dressed man w'tlh an empty fop." yhe forcibly writes. bill the mode.'ti man has an eye for beauty and appropriateness of ui tire, combined with great cleverness in other directions." The Semi-ready idea in men's dress permits the wearer to s.v� (l suit as it will look when lv wears^.t. H  dons it at ihe S.mvi-Ueudy Wardroix* just ns 'it stands ready to finish up. Tailored superbly, designed jn a smart und cutivnvrl style, the fabrics i�/e the N�Kt from KngJand's luills. Th-modern man knows that misfits and cheap materials uiv� tint economical, lor one's success in 'both social and business life depends upon good tailoring. There is a Semi-Heady tail -orin* shop in nearly all the chief towns of Canada. A. Southard asks you to see Ir.e silken Senri-Tlendy label or. the in- �M" of pockets of coats, trousers end overcoats. -4 f .1. H. Smith. K.C., who had practised law in Calgary for 22 years. died there th.s week, .if1 ^ 4 f .J j. �7 I. _ - T" i r i � K ;