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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 24, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta Kootenay Range The oven door of the Kootenay drops down and PIT provides a shelf upon which to rest the pans drawn from the 1 M^^CXARX^S; iONDON. TORONTO. MONTREAL. WINNIPEG. VANCOUVER. ST. JOHN. HAMILTON Brodie & Stafford, Local Agent. Gossip from"! jjiteSii Capitalj � I Krlmonlcin, Oct. 21.-11 on. W. II. t'lisliiiiK i.s lo be the guest of honor at a bniu)uc't to Ihj B'^'cn by the citizens (if Vcrrnilliion at the Ixjginning of tu'.\t riiotilh. The paopla of tho thriving custom town arc highly de-lighti'd v|lh tho rapidity with which the governiiiL'nt 'tclophono line ha.s . bi-cd o.vtendt'd to ahat point and thoy vant to t?xpn'ss gratification in a 'tanKil)l(. way to tho Ali'i'ster of Public Worlis. The health of the Nation will be imprpved by the use ol COWAN'S PERFECTION COCOA At the I'AliMoniton bar dinner several of till- iiifinljeiK of the bar who W'jre rciil.Ning to difpurent la.sts tookj jij^n^^ju^ the occasion to iiiiprtsss upon 'the Al-toniL'y (;i!n('ral, so wo underslanpech he stilted that the main object of this act wa.s to make litigations cheap and exjiedi-tious as possible to the litigant. This announcement will please the (lublic gencra'.ly and will prove to them that the Alljeria government is an.\ious to give them a fair deal.. In Ontario theii' is a campaign for law rt'forni at tho |jre.sent time and prin-cipiill.\- due t). F. Ijithrop, JliniK'apojis; F. Mc-KenKi'is Leing shipiied from Fonoka this .^ear. It is understood that the government will introduce legislation at the next session to include rye in the hail insurance class. (M�pla l^WLt Label) Pure, nutritious and easily digested. THK COWAN CO.. K^imited. TOR.ONTO 45 Bank of Montreal ESTABLISHED 1817 Capital all paid up...................$14,000,000 Reserved Fuad...................... 10.000.000 Balance Profit and Loss.............. 6M. 159 Head Office, Montreal PRESIDENT: RISHT BON. LORD STBATHCONA and MOUHT botal, O. 0. M. O. VICE-PRESIDENT: BOM. SIR 8KOBOH a. iIbOMMONP. K. C. M. O. a 8. oLonsToii, annu. vahagib Branones and Agencies at all tit* principal points in Canada Also in London, Englax d, New York, Chicago, Spokane and Newtoundland Travellers' Circular Letters of .Credit and Commercial Credits issued for use in al] parts of tlie world. COLLECTIONS MADE ON FAVORABLE TERMS Drafts sold �TsiUbl* At all polntsln Uoited States, Europe rand Canada Intvreet aUowad en dvpaeits at currvnt rata* Lethbridtfe Branch - R. r. BCCVE Manasar IF YOU WISH TO BUY ..WINTER WHEAT LANDS�� -CONSULT- HATCH & COONS The choicest lands in all parts of the Lethbridge District. HATCH & COONS, Oliver Block, Lethbridge GLENDOWER ALLEN Real Estate Farm Lands Good Solid Investnients. Raw and Improved Lands For Sale. Pincher City Lots from $65 to $400 Dobbie's Sub-Division adjoining Depot, from For plans and iiiforuiaticn apply to GLENDOWER ALLEN 1{*!V. .1. CI. Slipnror, secrolar.v of tho Lord's lln.\- .Mliancp, in his recent I'niiii'ainii ttivoiigli .MIxM'tn niado soiiio very kindly rL'fi'rent\'>.s to tho .Mhortn Govornniont. Ho spoke of tho active identification \vilh the alliance nf tho Vrp-niicr and Hon. j\lr. Cushinp and paid trihutcs to tlie eii-erp>tic eflorts the .Mlorney CJeneral was putting forth to enforce ihe law in this province. way company was directing its elTorts tov|iirds nuix Inp; old grain he-fore the new crop wa.'; the rca.son of tho shortage in .)ii!y, Init at the time Mv. I>illing('r ua.s tlionc, about .\ug. n.st 20th, there v.orr' more cars on hanw, has b,>on pardoned, hav-throughout the Crow's Nest district ing .s-erved a little over a year of he thinks that there is not likely to his time. Ije any shortage of cars for hauling all tile coal the mines can supply. Mr. Diilinger adds . that there was then in store at prairie towns west of Winnipeg, 'J."),!)!!c tons of coal for domestic use. exclusive of what had i been doliverod to sonsumcrs and a Cousins for M. P. Ms'dicino Hat, Oct. 19.-It is generally understood here that mayor Cousins is a candidate for the Con- chair Cabinet ^Minister. He is areg-1 |......' s,.rvative nomination for the Federal ular Roosevelt in his strenuot.snessI /"P'^'^' ""'^ T " ""T' ^'""^^ '^"^ '''''' ^^'""^ H/it. He had lioon particularly prominent at dei7iontra'tions Bind meet- and aggros.siveness. He was in tho west for a l|ittlc over two weeks and during that time he covered a heal) of territory. Jle went to Moose Jaw then to Medicine Hat, Ixd Ihtr, Weta^skiwin, Edmonton, Vogreville, VermilWon, Lloydmini.iter, Saskatoon, Prince Al-Ixjrt, Hftuphin, (Jladstone, Yorkton, Winnipeg and Regina. Ho insixjctcd the branches of his ttopuptniont at lhe.se points, and provcfl to the olft ials that he knew the business of tha Department of Interior better than any |ierson conncctc loiid-ing of Liberal inemt>ers from Wcsitern Canada. i ing in for use on the railways. The C.P.TJ. had in store west of Winni-|X!g, 100,000 tons of steam coal for winter u.sc", with not less than 1.50,-000 tons at Fort William and 1.50,-ooo more booked to arrive before Stomach troubles. Heart ank Kidney ailments, can be quickly corrected with a prescription known to druggists evcr.vwhoTo as Dr. Shoop's Restorative. The prompt ond surprising relief which thiB remedy immediately brings is entirely due to its restorative oction upon the controlling nerves of the s-tomach, etc. Sold by all dealers. Land Office Pincher Station, Alta WARNER. Mi.ss .\nnio Smith entertained her friends at a progressive euchre fMU'ty on .Saturday evening, Octol>or fifth I'he pretty [larlors were l)eautiful',v decorated with sweet ]Hj.as and asters. 'I'he rMuuindor of the evening was very pleasantly spent in song, dance, and music. Two new settlers arri\'ed in Warner on Saturdii.v. .Mr. .Mason and family, from ("arson, Iowa, will live just two miles from town and will thus be an addition to Wai'iior societ.v. The young men of thf town gave an impromptu danc� in the newj ^ . . fioyco hall on Tliursda.\- evening. lOv-j eryon,e conceded that it was one of xhi\ most delightful affairs of the season. Miss Gilchrist was "at hom;.'" to hfr fi'i.'Mdfi Suturilay evening. .Mrs. ^1. .Miiiigiii uMil daughter, Ij;'-norc', spi'nt a few nays in Ijethbridgj l.i.st wiek, renewing old ucuuaintiiiic-es. i .Ml', and .Mrs. I/'Ohigw.-'ll haw re-^ lunic'd from a visit fo llu' hind lO' "Old r!l(u-y." ; F. W. {'iillfr, .I'ier.soii, fown; ,r. \V. I'ittmnn. .Mlml. S.D.. !�". �/, I'i'ltiiimi | ZpII, .S.I).. /irri\i'd in Wiirnfr (jii! 'l'huiKr!ii,\ . 'riu.'.\ pi'iicci'd.Mi to tlwir ri'Si'i'cl i\e r.Miches to builil before briiiginy- lli.'lr fimiiM-s to Cniiiilu. ,Mr. Couin'r anil famil.v who nrriN'oil in Warner 'I iiiirsiluy. expecl to ot-' Th. English Walking Coat Quality in a Semi-ready Suit stands out all over it. You can see it. You Some men tolerate clothes of indifferent quality and fit becaust; they think it doesn't matter. It's poor economy. Fir.st impressions are lasting. Men instinctively fjive prelerence to the well-dres.scd man. To he in good form tlie Snfcfy Mark is the "Semi-rcaJy " Trade Mark. ings at, dilTerent poiivts in the districts. The onl.\' other name associu tod here with the nomination Is that of W. C. lve.s, barrister Ijothbri'l^o, who was defeatcdby Dr. (now S-.nat-or) lieVeber in the provincial eifc-tion of 190.-J. Preiss Grindings J Cranbrook Hern Id-The Herald was in receipt of a letter this week asking for several copjes of the paper iand a letter giviiig full information as to the pos.sib)litios of inves'tment in this section. If that party had sent to Hill & Co. for a pair of socks the.v would have encU)sed cash. If the.v had sent to Burns Urothers for a pair of shoes tthey would have enclosed cash. If they had s�it to .1. D. McHride for a, hammer they would have enclosi^l cash. If they had .sent to Iteattie & .\tcliison for a box of pills they woul/d have enclosed the cash. Did tliey enclose any cash to tJie Herald No. Why'? Itecauso the average newspaper discounts its own worth and the iK'ople have Ijoen etiucated to look upon the average newspaiKjr man as a sucker. Why .should not copies of tho paper lie paid for the same as pills or hardware? I'hey cos't money. Printers don't work for fun, and pajMor mills charge for blank paper. Do .you know what %ve did'.' If you know us us you do. We threw the letter in the waste basket where it bolpnged. We are in the newspaper business for the same reason tliat an,v man is in an.N' other ivind of busine.ss. It takes mon "J' to biow smoke. TUS^ C?w� o*V Weekly Free Press and Prairie Fsmer. WiBniiMC Family Herald and Wcekly star. Montreal Lethbridge Herald " Sunny Alberta's Beat THESE THREE REGULAH PRICE $3.50 $2.50 AN OFFER WANTS OF WHICH MEETS �MX. Cl...\SSES THE SPECIAL OF READERS. The Wo.-*tern (Canadian reading public is made up chiefly of these clasa>':.^:i!^(| es: Persons who have lived in the west for any lengthy rjcriod andarvu out-and-out Westerner.?, and recent arrivals from the Old Country^ (rom';% the l.'nitod States and Eastern Canada. - f"' Perhaps no one newspaper could cater with complete sa'Wsfaotloni "til?d form5; and the Lethbridge Herald provides the local Western news, which yodv'i cannot do wjthout. .190 LETHBRIDGE HERALD: , Find enclosed 92.50, for which sencl me W�okly Free Press and Praiei*^ Farmer, Winnipeg; Family Herald and Weekly Sitar, Montreal; and Leth-.v-bridge Herald, for one year each. Press, which sufficiently IMu.strates ,,p^,i^,,,^ ^ ^, .llustrates the sort of can.pa.ga that ^^^^^^ j ' IS Ijemg carried on agaiii>it tii  lfin-| ... . . , | there seems this year to bo a varietyi/idl of opinions) it would be of no peri*^j| manent significance. Thai could only ^n!" give the country a bl/iuk eye df ife'i were possible to point out any otheTitd countr.y m the world where crop f�U^^ ures do not occur. There are teWifJf countries in tho world' which c�ai# preseot a rccoi-d of so many conaecrvK Tli.Tt '.vhich in jfooJ in till- lulint'. ir, tjiickpd '^-^1 up by uisMiictKi'i in ..i[in jnl super iativc wurltmani^hip. KICK YOIR .SIl.ADOW. Red Tit':.'r News-If you an; a kicker and .see the shiuluw of failure in everything that is iirnpowd to hell) the town fur h('a\eirs sake go out into Koiiiii .s^'cliiclvd cun\(iM and kick your own shadow on the i-la.\' l.iank, and thus give men who are working to build up a town a chance. Oiin long faced, whining kicker ciin do more to kceji away busiiie.'^s and capital from a I own than all di'oiights. short crops, ihiiu-li bugs, cyclones and bliz/.arils ciuiihiiird. was rather green, and ihe frost put u.^jv^ good harvests as the Caiadiai' west can boast in the last few year&. |i Let tho ttic.s-tern pioneer be satiaftedi-'l with the tact, and endure the "icnbck^i ing" ot tnited States publicatlbn^; with oquaiiunity. The iieople who?' oq ip.w sjuAA ja;iiu ui .Cuos iKi n'tat|;'� tho.sf who wore (fctori'cd from s�. � �. -j .Mr. Niiisniiihand .son, Mr. lOvi.ns,'A.SOUTHARD,L8tni)riage .SJiori.i) i;\i)iHK wrrir i'A- tiio.vce. Tdronlo (.'loll'-'I'Ik.' poojilc uf Siis-kiitchewiui and .Mlicrtu c.-ii,n liar:i,\ he { hIairu'H for s.'ilsi I I vcncss as io \.l::it ! is said alifiiit tlu's.- pri>\'i(ic"i'.i I 'il li\ liiiit |Hi|-ili.n (if |ir.'.-is .jl 11..- I'll- ,|.imI Si;iI;'s which lliinks it, to \.linn., .Journal it down as far as third- grade. He states that tho report sent out, by tho (Canadian government that there were forty-two million bu.shols of wheat is untrue. Canada will do well to turn out thri-o million bush-o's of first cliiss wheat this .year. The tirst sign of cold struck Canada on the l^cth, .Since that time cnliler and last wivk there was a lH'a\y fall of snow. In some places the. df|rih i-i'iiche'tl I wo fcvl. The rail roads in some portions have been coiii|ir'lled to use snow [lUnvs to niaku an.v iK-adway. Mo.st of tlie si.it-t'ers it� thiit countr.v have lieconie disgust,'d iiivl a large number are expected to drift hack to tho .States this winter." 'I'hi' OInhc's (.iM'r,.spoMdent declares ll'iH up 111 Ihe liiiie of writing there had liei'ii no snow in .\loo.s� ,]aw, and i i � "i ^ � � tiiiit staleinent practical,ly applied to If real coffee disturbs your stomH^ Miiiii't dIi.i i.riil .Saskatchewan. Tt Is ach, your heart or k'idi>ayS'', then'^iry*! (|uilc lil^c�ly that this species of this clever coffee ainitation-^Dl^ "knoi.'kiiig" rtill lie k^'jit up for .N'ears Shoop's Hoaltli CofTee. until Ihe kniiu .1 '.''i'-.-ls render il u.se- has closely ihatchod old I. s.s. Our wi'stiTii friviuls fihould try Moclia Colfoo in flavor and taste, ye^;.'^ to bear il pliilnsnpliically. ilanitoba it has hot a single grain of^iottl cOf^V [ iiso.il to he so seii.'-itive that when a f(>e in it. Dr. Shoop's Iloaltji Coff'ieiY-a ' |iii.rii(;rii|>li ii hoii I ��an ..nu-'y frost got in Imitation is made from ^jurj^ �tcifistedj''' tn .astern papers, jiarticularij'llio.se gra.ins or coronls, wjlli JIalt, 'KuIh','*' 1)1 the liiii,-,! .'^i.ii.s, ilw province etc. Mtule jn one minuto. � No, ted,-j Kc|iiiirued from end lo ond. Now the , lous loiig wait. You w;iU; sui>ol.V-'lik�fl ;\liiiiiliihaii is so su.'e of himself and it. G�fc a fiise siUnpIt!'at our::storell l'i.i\inc;' 'lliat he is nei'ther Sold by all dealers. �� - - .1 Tho annual nueoting of the rariil-t'^VI ers' Elevator Company ot Carlylo,^^ Sas'k., was hold rocentl.y. Prmted�;'Vn copies of the financial statement wera \j placed in the hands of the sharehold-s ers and discussion took place upoa'>: tho dilTerent items. '.V motiion wau'.iJ^Jj' carried that a di^'ndend of ^7 PlTj'".* share bo paid. As the shares are atF.?!' $J5, this moans a diy dond of. 20/.4e| |)or cent, which was considered very '�*r satisfactory. � 'v^h'l'l 1)1 Shoo|> -I lava and" iii Ills lu'raiil of tho irutli nor of the lal.so.-hotid. Saskiitchewnn and Alberta conciiive Wise men ciiltiviiilo^ tlic r,rt -oX tlu'iiis;'lvc-.s St U to bo in tha ing tlung.s oas'y.'5:^'?''i ' ' ' ;