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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 24, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta Kootenay Steel tan&e The oven door of the Kootenay drops down and " provides a shelf upon which to rest the pans drawn from the oven. The door is strongly braced and will J Gossip from  l^ibertg CapitalJ hihI Dr. Mevvtnirn passed through Warner, hist Sunday, en route fori Obttrn Coiil Mi tic, Ion miles south of Warner, a. L. Warner, the Dnlirth miil,ion-ii i 11*. ii f i it whom Wnrner is niiincd, was in town Insl Tuesday looking u  (it business interests here. Arrivals at. "Hotel Wtifner" during (lie pns-t week:-.1. S. ('nmplwll, Cur Hon, I own; II. 11. Smith, Kil. Ijoplcy, t'nion, town; WiirnMi L. linker, Dior-son, Inwu; .1. 'I*. Illl. ttnyinonil; Calgary; M. II..llin- ROYAI, CROWN Edmonton, Oct. 21.-11on. W. ii. dishing is to hi* tin* guest of honor lit i� iimi(|iii>l to he given liy the rit-Izeas of \crmil),ion at the* lieginiling of next month. Tin.* people of the thriving eastern town nro highly delighted v� ill the rapidity with which' \y . 1M,.|t likely lo forjri-l lo continue llie use ot such a " difTcrent" �anp. llssistnnt to the wns present, showed no disposition | (.|,|,,f t rnlllc e\p mm of'the railway com to accede lo their reipiesit but on thoi mission lins liiuile a report to that ___________ contrary in his speech he stated that! t,ody regarding the alleged shortage ~"~ '" ~ main object of this act was to Qf cftrs on i|u, Crow's \,.s-t lu-uncli of rltse of navigation. A rnmtiinntion o( pure vegetable oil* nml Wilcli Hnicl. When tioctl with linrtl wntcr it pfnctienlly noftcri* it- the wntcr losing (ill tendencies lo roughen or pnrch the skin* A skin Ionic its well os a soap. made only by THE ROYAL CROWN, LIMITED, WINNIPEG. the nin\e litigations cheap anil i*x|tedi-(ions as possible to the litigant. This Mliliciuui etiK'iit will please the public geneia'.ly and will prove lo the Cnniiilian I'uciflc Railway, lie visited tx*thbriil|/e. Drank. LilK Mil crest, ttelleVtie. Hiiurmore, Coleman, and I'Vrnh', mid loiind tlvtv was a The Canndi.m Northern also had in store west of Winnipeg aliout Uo.otit) 'tons of steam coal for winter use and 1011,000 tons at I'ort Arthur. MCCLARY!S LONDON, TORONTO, MONTREAL, WINNIPEO, VANCOUVER. ST. JOHN, HAMILTON Brodie & Stafford, Local Agent. The health of the Nation will be improved by the use ot COWAN'S PERFECTION COCOA (Maple l*mmt I abel) Pure, nutritious and easily digested. THE COWAN CO.. Limited. TORONTO them that the Albeiln government Is shortage of cars to some extent dm 45 Bank of Montreal ESTABLISHED 1817 Capital all paid up...... Reserved Fund......... Balance Profit and Lou., .$14,000,000 . 10.000,000 665.159 Head Office, Montreal PRESIDENT: RIGHT HON. LORD 8TBATI1COMA AND MOUNT ROYAL, O. c. VICE-PRESIDENT: HON. tIR OKOROR t. 0BUMMONP. K. 0. M. 0. r. s. OLousToa. Gi>aa*l ir�iuai* Branones and Agenoies at all tl>� principal points in Canada Also iu London, Englai d, New York, Chicago, Spokane and Newfoundland Travellers' Circular Letters of .Credit and Commercial Credits issued for use in all parts ot the world. COLLECTIONS MADE ON FAVORABLE TERMS Draft* told available *l all poind In United States, Europe [and Canada Interval allowed on dep*ett� mi current retoa Lethbridge Branch - B. r. REEVE Manager anxious to i*iv�� them a fair deal.. In (inlnrio th.-i*" is a 'iitnpitign for law . reform at the present time and prin-j cipally ilue to the cvcesslve cost of litigation. AMierla's attorn.y-ffenei--al dis|ila\oke of | the net ite Idem ilirtii ion wiili the al-Iinnre of the I'ri'inier anil lion. Mr. Cushiiiif and punt trilmtes to the en-' eriret ie ellorls the At turivey lienernl whs put tint! forth to enforco the law in tnir- province. IF YOU WISH TO BUY ..WINTER WHEAT LANDS.. -CONSULT- HATCH & COONS The choicest lunds in all parts of the Lethbridge District. HATCH & COONS, Oliver Block, Lethbridtic Hon. Kriink Oliver is not a party chair Cahinet Minist -r. He is a r-if-ular Hons.'Velt in his streniioiisness and aiitiresMMiiess. lie was in tho west for a i,i-ttli> over two \vis>ks nml llurillir thill �lime he covered a heap of territory. He went to Moos,- .law then to .Medicine Hat. 1 >.-t Ii I .riiriiiii. lie iiiK|vcted the liranches of his itapnrtment al j thesi' points, and prow-d to the o fA : ials tluiit he knew tlio liusiness of tlw| Department of Interior better thani hii.v |>orHiiii emmectod with it. He! met the people and impressed thcni' with his democratic spirit, his con*l-| deuce in the west, and nliove ah, with his onrnestness nml simvnty. It is safe lo say Knmk Oliwr Mill re-Uirn to Oltuwn, nft*'r the next uener-al election with almost n solhl lend-Ing of Liherul metnlvrs from Wctvturn Ciinada. Stomach trouhlcs, lloart nek Kidney ailments, can lie quickly corrected with n prescription known to drunK'sts" everywhere as Dr. Snoop's Itostorutive. The prompt nnd surprising relief which thiH renn-dy im-nvediaU'ly hriiins is entirely duo to its nnstoratlvw m-tion upon thu controlling nerves of the. stomuch, etc. Sxild hy ull dealers. iMK the months April. Mii\. .lune and duly. Owliif; to ihe s,\,.r- winter ev tending well into sprinn, eipiipnieut was t It'll up to some e\l,.|lt iu April antl May Strike m the mines acci'lents antl the fact that the railway company was directing its cltoi'ts ttivurtls m"\init oitl (train lie-fore the new crop was the reason of the shortage in ,li.'.\. hut at the lime Mr. Diilinger was tlier-. aliout Aug. ust 12t�th, theie \�.,.iv more cus on liiintl than were ri'ipiiretl. S'ince .Inly Mr. Diilinger th.-n- were Millie-it'llt cars for ('aniuliaii coal on the ("row's Nest line end urn nil prospects for mnilitnlnint' a utmil supplv. Th � mines shippinir ilmnestic coal hail not Ii.smi short of car*, since .Inly, hilt the mines shipping to tile I nited States had Ihvn slmrt at times llw-ing to the scan ly f imMi few milieM ivriv working full cepiiiity . lull with 2.0iM> curs iu runt inuoiis service tlirotiglitiut the Crow's N'est district In* thinks that th-re is not likely to h's tim ho nny shortaire of cars for hauling all the coal the mint's can supply. Mr. Diilinger mhls that there was then in stoi.' nt prairie towns west of Winnipeg. 'J.' 0 tons of coal for domestic us". � \cltisi\f of what hud . Ik'i'H (li>ii\vi>'il '" sonsumers ami a further supply vwis antl still is com- Sixty-Two Bushels. Mr. L. II. .lellin has just con.plet-etl threshing a mensiiretl ten acres of his hind anil the stun total for the same was tfjfl hushe's of No. 1 hurt I wheat. 'I'll,- thresliing was tlone liy Mr. Thomas Wooli'ortl, presitlt-nt of the Altierta l'nriner's Associut ion antl the nlllila*. its of hoth can In- had testifying that the yield was ,..\actly as slated iihuu'.-Allien a (Cartlstmtj Star. F. R. Wilson Pardoned. I'l-ati'v It. Wilson, formerly of tlio Dominion Lauds Olllce of Mnulvotl, who was cons jiti'il of accepting money to hold a homestead entry for a settler antl was sentenced liy Justice Silt.-ii lo tvo years for this hreach of the l�w. has h vn pardoned, having served u l.ttl.' ov,-r a yl'iir of Cousins for M. P. �Medicine Hat. Oct. 111.-It is gen erally uiitiei si fin i here that uiityol Coi'sins is a caii'liilule for the t'oll-s rvative noiii.iiatioii for the Federal house in the iiev't riding of Mttliciue ing in for use on the railways. The ||*tt. lie hail lus-a particulurly pro- CP.II. had in store west of Winni-l>ee, Iiiii.oiiii ions of ^1 eain coal for winter usv-. with not less than ISO,-oo:> tons at Kort William and l."t��.-iiiiii more liooketl to arrive hufore I GLENDOWER ALLEN Real Estate Farm Lands CJootl Solid InvpstinenlB. Raw ami Improved Lands For Sale. Pincher City Lots from $65 to $400 Dobbie's Sub-Division jfJ7r ln (71111 adjoining Depot, from $03 ID iJlulIU For jjIuds and information apply to GLENDOWER ALLEN Land Office Pincher Station, Alta WARNER. Miss Annie Smith entertained hcrj frit-nils ut a progressive cus anil u>-1 �tors. The remainder of the evening was very pleasantly s|n-nt in soul'. dance, antl music. Two new settlers arrived in War iwr on Saturtiay. Mr. Mason antl family, from t'nr-son. Iowa, will live just two miles from town ami will thus lv an ad tlition to Warner society. The yoiiiiu men of th.- town ga\.; an imprompln tlanc-eclal need Is met. The WivKly I-'r.t* Press anil Prairie. Farmer Rives a complete record vjvk hy wtn-k of nil happenings in the Western Provinces. In atlditlOR it has s|nfiul tleparttiK'tits for Amerlcnn nnd Hritish settlers. The Family Hern lil nml Weekly Star supplicHtho former resident of Eastern Can a. da with the news of the Eustern portion of the Dominion In dotaill?d form and the lx-tliliritlge lleraltl provides the local Western news, which yon cannot do without. Crunhrook Herald-The lleraltl wns in receipt of a letter this wtyk usk-ing for several copies of tlus pa|u>r ami u It-tlvr giving full information us lo the possibilities of investment In this section. If thut party hatl sent to Hill & Co. for n pair of socks tlu-y would have enclosed cash. if tlu-y had sent lo Hums Brothers for n pair of shoes 'they would liavt- enclosed cash. If tlie.v hatl sent to .I. D. Mcllritle for a hummer they would have enclosed cash. If they had sent to Dealtig; Family Herald and Weekly Star, Montreal; and Loth-liridge Heruld, for one year each. Press. which sufficient l.v '' 1'isti hies' . , .  _, ... , , experimental singe. Of course they dlustrates the Bort of .;an.paigo that ^ ,>o, |mt ,t js ^ convlnca is bemg curried on aga.ast in- fan-, ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ tlian West. TIh> paragraph win head etl "Two f.h't of Snow in Canaan," ami ran as follows: ".Iiidgti of I'roliale a. II. Klasen has rttt-ivetl n letter from his broth-its pr, Ikuiry Klasen, who is travelling t :> L  llie. The Eii(li�h WalVinJ Cost i j Quality in a Semi-ready Suit stands out ii!l over it. ^ ou can see it. You can (eel it. Sortie men tolerate clothes of I indillcrent quality und fit because they 1 think it docsn t matter, economy. First impressions are lasting. Men instinctively (Jive prcterence to the well-dressed mail. I o lie in (|nu I lorm '.;ie S.ifitv Mark in llie ' C5er.ii-ready own worth antl the |n-o|>1p have been | through western Canada, which states that the weather in that country has been rather frigid of late, lie states 'that for miles anil miles the wht�it crops have Ixx-n greatly damaged. In most cases the grain was rather green, antl the frost put it down as fur as third grade. He states that the report sent out by the Canadian government that there were forty-two million bushels of wheat is untrue Panada will do well to turn out thr.-e million hushe's of tirsl i lass wheat this year. The lirst sign of colli struck Canada "il the 11M11. vv Hen a frost came. Since that time it has Ixvn growing i' ilth-r ami lasl wo-k (here Was a heavy fall ,if snow. in some places tin. depth hui ie-t The rail roads in some portion* have lnvn compelled to Use snow plows lo i mal> ' any headway .Most of the sol-t ei s :rt that country have In-come disu a-t ,.,|_ an>l ,i In re/-' niimlier are ex- , pelted t,i ,tt-i i I I url, lo llie St.lies I lllS Willi it " I The thai � had I. I i.el � Mell'l ediicatttl to look upon tin- average j newspaiH-r man ns it sticker. Why shoultl not copies of the pa|>er l-e paitl for the same as pills or hnrd-ware'.' Th.-y cos-t money. Printers don't work for fun, ami paper mills charge for blank pit per. Do you know what we did? If you know us us you tlo We threw the letter in the waste bnskft where it bel/mgetl. We are >n th.. newspaper business for the same reason that any man is in any other kind of business. It Hikes mull V in Inow smoke KICK *t OI K SHADOW. Heil ler News-If y oil are a kick it and the shadow nf failure in everything that is proposed lu help the town for li.av.'h's t-.ike i;o out into som,. s..cliiiled caiiyon and Kick your own shadow on I he i lay lank, and thus ni\e men who are working to huihl up a town a chain.- (hi.i It>tiLr faced, whining kicker can tlo more to k.,',1 avMiy liusiness ami calift, poor 1 jt,,| iron, a lown than all ilroiiuhts. re-; J gartlod hy the outside world. It it 'j were true that tho crop� this year '; are a fitiilure (a mnttcr upon which, eoplo who. ' oti i|i.w aevju u) .Cutis oq |||.u: those who were tk-terivd from suokinjB the new land by such transparent mo- kX thuds as those illustrateil above. short crop! hli//.inls i i iiiiiili inhin. .1 hue. t y eh.....s and Slli it LU i:\ HI UK II LSI K. with c\ 1 r i; ion,. - !l I o | he en ho sjl a ' einenl I 1,11.1 h..elv i i r .spoiident declares I in.....i w rit Mirt there ou in Moose ,law. and plait ical,l,v applied to If Saska U It is ach, lliat tins species of i his The annual nweting of tlio Farm- .; ers' Elevator Company of Curlyle. Sus'k.. was Ik'UI recently. Printed � copies of the financial statement worn placed in the luuitls of the sharehold-' � ers and tliscussion look pluco upon the dilTerent items. A motion wus � curried Unit u dividend of 7 per' share be puitl. As the shares are atv' $:Jj, this means a div (lend of 20 �> per cent, which was considered very satisfactory. Mr and 1 urneil tro'i "Dltl (ihiry !�'. W Cu I'ittmi.n. \ /.�-II. S ii . I'll'It s.l||,\ . Mrs �i' I �llitie \\ II fo hate > land ,1, Murk. T'h.t ,',.!, in hroiu lie.' Mr. Ci ill w c � i py t .Mr. N.i .II IT I. S I) . I erriv il in They pi".c. (.inches t.. i ,1 lami'i r anil 'anni I iiursdi, \ , .1 i t Iowa:  .1 I Warner ' .1 to th. hmlil Ii-:.. lo ('.ill.1.1.1 ' w liii a rri' ' e\| e.-t lu .i  .. ,Trf,., , -------t'. ^^'utl^f!/ W.elm^i .lap. -r.l Toronto C kii t ih"V\ an a ' i1.1 111. e disturbs your statu-,,-your heart or kidimyS, then try clever coITks �imitation.--Dr. Shoop's ilotilth C'oiTft*. Dr. Snoop > bus closely mutehed old .lava aud Mocbu Coll'it; in flavor and taste, yet-il has not a single grain of. real oof-' fee in it. Ilr. Shoop's Health Coffee,', lmitatioii is mudo frot't-fiurtv'tensted;^ grains or cereals, with Malt, Nuts, i etc. Made in ono minute. No," tedious lone wait. You will surely like it. (Set a fi*ee sample at uiir utot%J$ Sold by all dealers. Wise men cultivate the art of ta ing tilings easy.":'S' - ;