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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 25, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta t Gbmin|(I Learn Dress-Makinir III fo�r ays, or team by mall la your aparo tfim at hone. Mr, anil Mrs. Wm. Sanders, of the Sanderi' Drus-Cuttiiif; Scbciul, .Stratford, Ont., Can., will visit this place on dale given at bottom of advertisement, and will ahow how yuti can learn to cut, lit and put together everything in dresx-makiiig.Courae consists of eight lessons which arc: ist I,e88on~nov to take n correct mieature. How to use the IJIite Ladies' Tailor System to fit anyone. liy the lime you are through with thia icaaon you will know as much about cutting as if yon worked in m ahop six moatbt or a year, and gave from fs.uo to laj.oo fur a system. In thiii lesson yoU test the |ierfect fit of system by miikiDg a waUt for yourself or friend. and Taaou-How to cut the different tylea in lined waists, by draping, pltating, ybkca, reveres, boteras, etc., and putting all together. I'itting aud Borliculars to finishing. 4th UcsiMn-fib* to cut by drafts alt kiaida.of yokes, berthas, collar*, girdles cuffs. jptb Lesson-Mow, to cut different kiiida of sleevea and put together. Mb ivcason-Everything about wrap-pait and Vrincesa dress. 7th Lesson-How to draft to cut akirts l>y meaiumnent by using tlie rule of ayatcm only; any kind of skirt, no matter what xtyle, .can be more easily cut than by usiiig patterns. 8th lullns ITI, Ij.ih hrid|f�, Watiiixlji.v. Nov. 17th oiil,-. showirg uk-thods of toiiihinfr jinj (�nrollini; piipil.s. Will l,e Uaching pupilK on Moufliiy. Tiio.mUi.v, \Vs-da.v iin^l 'rhiiisiluy oi Mil- \vt\>k ).>!-lowini;. �Trifri-iiTiri GROWING TABER FROM THE : ItGli.^Ml'N RCGt'l.AR REK>BTER C!Or CJ.VY: IjumI .Uunday funicH llaifisuy unijd I'ci thpui, which mndc Ihi.'vn vur.v Jo:i>- A HKIIIOL'S ACGlf)KNT. A Hhort. tiMK* ago a HnriouN ac-cidont, Qfctiit'cd to Kplirlani Valgaiv'i-.rc coming hom: bi.y.-* indeed. JlviH iilled them with from the innn u,bottt H p.m. with Ihf .spirit of mischief, and i(i MarhuM, um>I Afar Ken, who will continue to i'lin thebusincss as Ixii'ore. Itob Mai-liii'.l id leaving town, and e.xpwts '.o h^ llritish (.'olunibla. K. I>. Camp and .1. 11. Ijidd 'lia.l large parlies oC lanay at Chin Couloc whore they had a gou.l days sport among the the piv.v of our local sporism.>.'i vithin the last week or so. Air. and Mrs. T. H.: .l>avios of our town s|icnt Tuesday in iiOthl>ridge. K. (.'. .lones and .1. Uroves vis-itoil Lethbridpe on busines.s on Tuesday. Mr. Zellcr, late of Woybnrn, Sasi*. has itiHt purchased .some lots iji town and is building a house 'in thcni, with a view to taking up iiis resilience here. lte*>---MT7~TlI�inrcr preached'at' thn ,rri?sbyterian church here last .Sun -day. A word to the in a corta.n town in Manitoba an editor has er. (>na of them is now ci'cd(tcit on general principles we wouM -le dispofi>ed to overlook the evil in llio case ijf a few people wo know, iT it would have the same elVect. f. V. n. 1)1 ".roT. The C. r. II. now depot is nearly ready for occupation, and I prctiuiiie [ar) as to have everything iip-to-daly when thi-y move into their nftw (piarlcrs they have sent their clock to IM ivpaiiwl. They have .a roliff ciock .sent from Winni|>cg while tho other is a�a.\-, but the compajiy could have been saved the bather of sending it so far as its use is cnn' corned. I am glvi^n to umlorst.iiid that it varies in lime unknowniiuan-titicH dail.V nnd is never to Iw Ae-pciHfcd upon, It iK a i)it.v that relief clocks are sent out wheneria)ly as I understond it .h nil sorted, and recptlrcs being put oil' nt the depot-tt very simpM piece of busincsH, but iHiund up with red tape. Cillzens got wise, got a niovn on, nnd get that tnjM ri>in case of cut-ler.v* from the olllcers and memlMsrs of Ionic loilge, A.F. & A.M. Mi-Ste(ihcnson also was prescntod with a past principal's jewel rnpni Atwood chapter, Il.A.M. Masoiiically, Mr . Aftor moro tlum a y�ir of iKfrsisl-eni cITort to oljtain entries and titles lo coal lunds iii .Southwestern Alberta, Mr. O. A. �o�)crl8on, Mr. K. U. H. Lynch nnd F. E, Kenastcn have have at last succeeded in having titles issued to them for fifty-live square miles of coal lan,paHs �'l)ich separates the T'or-cupiife HillH from the riinge. \ The sotfthern limit of ool Itelds are almut twonty-fivc anl.'.s north of the Crow's Nest branch of the. C.P.It., and extend northeriy Home fiftcoh miles. Seventeen square miles of thcse-holdings lie east of the rangv ami tiic remainder on the west. There .h a largo quantity of timlwr, suitable for iiiining purposes, on the land, un-, Sia-h a rond w.Mild o|�en the \m*\, ccnil fieUls and pass, throU^jh some ')f the iiiiest ngrli.ullurnl lands in Sotithern Alberta. Hwsy (is ail railronil.h are, this line niiisl Im! adiin>nls nre iliroi-r, from the real owners to a Ijcdger rrtjjrosentu'livt', nnd can I'e roliwl tn pynrry ^ JVlKtK DUFFS SI'CCKSSOR. Ottawa, Oct. 19.-It is nnnored that coiu>ty court judge W.H.I*. Otemc.nt. of Grand Forks, iormnr:/ of IM'Wson, in to Im elevated Co iho liench of the auprcme court of Ilrittsh Columbia, vice Mr. Ju�tic� Du0. Mr. Clement Is mcognlied na �n authority on llritish conntittrtional law. nRIIKilK f'LAVIOHS liKWARIi:. Itenver Falls, Pa., Oct. 10.-I'lay-Ing bridge whist for prizw constitutes gambling, according to a decision linndtHl down by Henry L. C'hiistor, a justiro of the pmco of IllVri RXS FROM THR XORIIf. t.hif place, and heiv-after Ihei'i* muat have been foimd, but no effort to e.\-i be no more of it, plbrc that part of the property hrs as .vet boon made b.\' the owii(�ps though they intend tr> inveMtigJte this feature of their prti|�?rty thoroughly as soon as the coal has \Mm opened up. A description of the coal areas of Ibis tract and ttieir thickness would ivail like a romance, so extensive in-i; tliey and so n-any layers, one above another. One of the many experts who have been examining thia property for i iii. �Stephenson has lieen ono of the most new owners during the past tw.jle enthusiastic members of the craft in the district and these tokens wein Kim|>l,\' an effort of his brethren to .show him that his work had lie.-u or eighteen months, reports that four srpiaie miles in one tKKly has a coti-tintiotis "bC!*! of coal in layers rangiag fromi :i to 28 feel in thickness of sul'-apprec.atofl. Mrs. .Stephenson � licieiit fpiaiility tn keep a mine go-also vor.v plnasant'.v surprise*! b.v | ing ot the rate of 2.0tMt tons d;i;;v being invitcil to the honi' nf Mis. ! for lOO y.-nis vilboiil any jippi-.i-;'"''" have succoopnt 0�'or a Yenr With the Police I'arty Cutting the Klondike Trail. (Kdmonlon Bulletin.) Ca|>t. V. IX>nny, one of the oldest mcmiKiis of the ll.X.W.M.P., iwturn-od on Monday night from V�nt (jrahain on the Finlay River. Capt. lX>nny left I'dinonton in May, 190"�. with the I'eacc-Yukon Trail party under ins|icctor Richards. He had charge of the pack train that forwarded supplies to the party. The trail |-�vrt,v' consistml d, after which the gtiest was presented with a tipniHiful cut glass set I's a. loknn of the esteem - in which she was held among Iho mcmK'i-s. .\l'r. Stephenson has already loft for the west. Mrs. .Stephenson remaining bc-himl to visit friends In the cit.y or a few days.-Winrfpeg Free Press. T.VIIF.R SCHOOLS PO VOT CIX>SE. To llicldifor of (he Herald. Dear Sir,-In justice to ilie town nf Tu'lier and to those nuwt in^ined-iatcly concerned in its educatiOii'il affairs, I feel called upon to d>m>y ho statement recently notMl in your culunins (hat our achooi is about to Im closed, Insiiector llrown who recentl.v i*-ted our schools suggested a chaugo n some matters of minor iTO|>ort -aueo and anticipate*! more conmvod-ioiis 'riuartin's in the noar futtirs, but as to con!thbridge, was in the city yest..i'  dn.\'and gave the tlullctin a friendly call. Mr. Humphries is enthusiastic about his southern eii.v and its progress. Ho says that a C. V. }t. round house covering about five nc-roR, is now about half civcte.1. 'I'lin C. P. R. and A. li. and I. roads a'''.* now lising the new union station and new union freight shed 50O leot long has Ijcon erected. The new l�thbridgo woolen 'nill will ho started in a ,few do.vs. Thi.' building is a Iarg� one, ivquir n.ii some 3*10,000 brick for its construction. A 8150,000 addition is being built to ' the brewery and the Loth-bridgo Hrick nnd Terra Cotta Com-pan.v !s putting 'in a drying plant nt a cost of 811.000 for the manuinc-tiire of pressed brick. Mr. Humphries sa.vs that ectivoly, of iho lOlk l..umticr Coni-pany, which piirihased the larffo tim-Iter holdings of Mott, Son A Co., und have since erected and aro i-p-orating their splendid sawmill in West Fernie. These gontlomen are also heavily intero.'sted in the Reurchased the great coal Acid just mentioned, is aiso an .Vmerican, and .resides it St. Pauf's twin sis-tor, which aro lociiierican .Vliell Company. When asked 1>,\ n Lc^iger ivpres-u- From Hudson's Hope ho descended the IV>aco on a raft as far as Peace River Crossing. From this point i.o crossed iho country to Leaser Sla'o Lake where he took ono ol the Re-villion boats to Athabasca Latfding Thfl members o( tho trail party have gone in order to wtmtcr their iiorsos, and will .set out again next summer when Capt. IX?nny again ox-ppcts to join them. Capf. I>enn.v expects to leave lor Calgary this afternoon to conferwith the commissioner of the ll.X.W.M.P. nnd to get tho iiuvil which hns been accumulating there since he wont away a ,vear �i�l a Imlf ago. ITu will also look after the publicntinn nf hifibo)k, "The fti he was, Mr. Kenasten very mo- cnteriiris'ing men intend to oigunizi- a company, whicti Daniel* broke 800 ncres last .'.rtar and their spring wheat .>lelded ab-ntit 8,5 bii�|H>ls to the aero. -f. W. IMtcher neor Caidston had a record of it l)Ushe|H to the ocw. while the popular pwinbcr for fJaisl-ton. .1. W. Wool I. M.P.P.. had a yield of oyer 40 bushels to the acre. Mr.HiiraplirieH was surpriwd nt ihc growth of tho cit.v nnd tho s^^noral i.iiutnT..^ lu in ine mii uiluiu ifunniun.-i ^progress made in tltls section. He following mimt^H are nieittionod, Aid. ||,nH boon hero this week in connect - ^ left-^last nigfH on the C.X.R. for Aid. �tuart, ,�on with f. deal In Southern Alljor- ,rhir>ma:n to visit, frfwtds and son the TAIU'.R MAN A r XAVTON. Xanton News:-I). .1. Ralston of] Tivltcr, Alta.. intcm�tcd with D. N. McTnt.vro in the real estate business ^progress made in this fiectlon. Jones. Aid. Clarke, Aid. Hall, '1. S. Macklo and A. Canierati. L ta landN which aro handling, i. deal in Southern AH>er- , rhipma:n to rhlchho aiMl Mr, KfcTnty.-.)'cotmtryaloni I.....intryalong the line of the railway. now coal nnd coke ion the market us rapidly ns it will be needed. Thoiv will Im no stock flotation and no annoying side isAucs pontiit-tod in the now ontcrprlsc, which Mr. Kcnaston charaetvrizoon Olobe. If the pyen CooKs Burned is ^3 Less Tie llltle tcsllle ihowt buw lilllu i-mI is aecilel by ike IW Tbesihl citmtttti wiih allwH.' Here's a chance to m tha ** rcaion wbj " a Happy Thought is tha best coohiDf range before you buy It. The more beating surface, the less time required to do the cooking--and-the less t;ma (he to3S fud. The corrugated oven-lining is as quickl|r heated through as an ordinary flat lining> and gives one-third more surface -lor radiating heat. The corrugated oven-lining is an exclusive feature of Buck's Happy Thought Range and is the only* one'which gives hot air free access to top, sides and bottom of the dish. These Happy Thought ovens will not warp or crack. The only stove that will suit you in t.v..ry way is the Is bsraisi mtoi. (he liillt jib wfidf lbiMril�.il)MaMa HAPPY THOUGHT RANGE BURNS COAL OR WOOD B*a WMrBUCK STOVC CO;; Llailiail. amtfara HaRirsal . ';ij|r.i*B>��a C. L. VROOiytjS^S LBTHlllUDi^lK ALTA. \ III 1 m 1 i 6552 ;