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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 25, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta r - ����� - v*c#si|sipi Coming! Learn Dress-Making In four deya, or learn by mall In your apara time at heme* Mr, and Mm. Wm. Sander*, of Hie Sanders' Dre�s*Cuttitift School, Slrat-ford, Out,, Can., will visit this place on tUte given at bottom of advertisement, �nd will ahow how you can Icartt to cut, fit and put together everything in dress-making. Course consists of eight Jensens which are: 1st Lesson-TIow lo tnke a rnrrect measure. How to use the I'.lite I.adies' Tailor System to fit anyone. Ily the time vou are through with this Jeason you will know as much about cutting as if you worked In a shop six months or a year, and gave from $$.ersoiially, or a couple of weeka by mail. (3) The whole faint y can learn from system and hysons you take home. (4) I have had thirteen years1 experience in dress-cutting and teaching. Have taught over six thousand pnpils and all were more than satisfied. I guarantee to give #500 to any one who can't make a perfect fit nfte'r thev are through-and you don't pnv untif von arc through and are perfectly satisfied. Don't forget to call on Saturday, Fanners'daughters, and ladies who have worked at dresMnaking, �ir apprentices, Specially invited. MRS. WM. SANDttUS. Inventor timf fn*htutor. i'\ioy \mh{ Monday tin mo* I! tun soy and T. it. OVi'titolt had a Wv.W too .mult of (lie (lory one thon �vuh kooiI 1v1 them, which iiiurie th gOt S'OlllC fun. ThUjh some of the finest agricultural lands" in Southern Alberta. 1 Husy as all rallrnatlH are, this Hue j must lie added to the 11 hi of those now under const .ruction, and will add to the great demand for men and material. New ;townswill spring up, and more population will 4.� uddud to that which Is already spread.ng 1 out over the west like ' some vast | flood from nn unending source. j The coal field descrited about con- ; stltute the bulk of the coal land that has recently teen noted as bolo >g ing to other companies or parties, but the above statnments are dlree: from ttie reaI owners to a ijpdgur r^nvspntalive, nnd run he ridred * ti as correct. .imriK Dl'lM-'S srfTKSHOH. i to tlie, pass wlpch cupirfe Hills from Ottawa, Oct. lft.-�lt is rumored that coiutty court judge W.H.V. Olement, of Qrand Forks, fonrw.-.y of Dawson, in to be elevated lo tho lx>nch of the supreme court of British Columbia, vice Mr. Justice Duff. Mr. Clement Is recognized as an authority on Hritish eonstltiHionnl law. Will be at the Dallas Hotel. brivlge. Snim\hiy, Nov. 17th 011i% showirg methods enroll! ut; patois, pupils on ^londay. 1 day ami Thursday of the w�-.'l* 10!-) lowing. of teaching nud Will l.e leaching Tuesday. Wednes- After We've Determined Tho lenses you �houInrticuhir al>out this work, ami guarantee a eorrect, scientific examination, which is ab-solutelv free. Hoh .Marhull has sold out his bus -jiess of restaurant and bakery i�> Mar lien, who will continue to run thehusinesK as tei'ore. Itott Marhull iw hitving town, and expects >.o settle in Hritish t'olumhia. K. I,. Camp and tit fur chicken the latter end of Mi  u'tH'U and ivported a good number about, bringing home several w;t'i 1 hem. Oito or l wo antelope have fallen the prey of our local sportsmen > v ithin the lust week or so. Mr. and Mrs. T. It. I hi vies of our lnwa spent Tu�>Nday in Ix^thbridge. I K. l\ Jones and .J. Hroves vis  1 iled I.ethhrUjpv on business on Tn.-s W1IJ, LIVM IX TAHKU tho C.!Mt.v arnl extend northerly some Hftoen miles. Seveatcvn Hquaiv miles of these holdings lie east of the range and '.he remainder on the west. There .4 a large quantity of timber, suitable lor mining purposes, on the laml, and .cropping* of iron of a good quality ~| have been found, but no effort to explore that part of the property U**s as yet been nuide by the owners though they intend to investigate f millKIti IM.AYKHH .IIKWAftK. IVnver Kails, Pa., Oct. HK-IMa.v -big bridge whist for prizes const i-lutes gambling, according to a decision handed down by Henry f.. Chustor, a justice of the |*vice of this place, and hereafter I here must he no more of It. Mr. and Mrs. James T. Stephen * son of Itainy Itiver, were in theedy yesterday on the way to Tabec. �\1- lM*rta. where they .will in futuivma'ie | this featuiv of I heir fmuierty thot their home. On Thursday Inst Mr Umghly as soon as tlu� coal has be mi ^ Stephenson, on the eve of his da-,opened up. parture for Alberta, was the re-1 A description of the coal areas of eipient of a hamhtome case of cut JUiIm tract and their thickness would lery* from the olneers and meini>er�* | wad like a romance, so extensive allot* Ionic lodge, A.l-\ & A.M. Mr jthoy and so many layers, one ab>ve Stephenson also was presented with I another. a past principal's jewel from At wood One of the many experts who have IlKTUtXH ritOM TIIK VOUTH. t'apl. I>e�ny S}H*nt Over a Year With the Police Tarty Cutting the Klondike Trail. (Kdmonton llutletin.) chapter. It.A.M. Masorticully, Mr |lx�en examining this property for''I�. "Stephenson has t>een one of the most, new owners during the past twvl/e enthusiastic members of the craft in .or eighteen months, reports thatfour the di.strirt and these tokens w%'m ( dimply an effort of his brethren to show him that his work had 1*e--n appwc.ated. Mrs. Stephenson v.�v also very |dei(saut'>' surprised b,\ being united to the horn * i�f Mrs. Itablwin, whetv the members of Ih.-Ladies Cuild of St. James* ehur h bad previously gathered for the purpose of expressing their good feel  lug and gratitude toward Mrs Stephenson for her work in the so-j ttcpinre miles in one Inxty has a continuous runt of coal la layers raiiglag from U to UK feet in thlcknrss of suf-liiient quantity to kn .town aiul Is building a house 'in j ll>eiu, with a view to taking up lus (iN'SuU-nce here. j Ue\# Mr. Munro preacheil at th" Presbyterian church here last Sun -day. A word to the wise, to a certa'n >town in Manitoba an editor has two Mihsi'ril>erh who frequently imhHv. land every time they get a jag in Ithoy come in and pay a year In ad-|vanci� for the paper. One of them is inow civdlted up to January Hj;W. {While opposed to the Heating habit on general principles we would .>e disposed to overlook (he evil in _ cas** of a few people we know, ""lit would have the �a�n� effect. I . v. n. HI*POT. which the giK'si was pnksent�*il with a U*autiful cut glass set i�s a tok^n of the 4*styond the grasp of fhc human mind. Assuming that a ruYu^> \aid of coat in place weighs a 1he tonnage of that vast coal runs ticyond the millions into billion period of notation. IVopie have thought tluit the areas owned by the Crow's Vest l\ns Capl. C. Denny, one of the ohlesl memltcrs of the tt.N.W.M.P., wturn-mi on Monday night from Fot't (Iraiiam on the Cinlav Itiver. Capt. Penny left F.dmonton in May, I0o"�. with the Peace-Yukon Trail party under lns|iector ttichar lh�cky Mountain Port 1,5*' *>.�.l �u then miles across to Hudson's Hope, a* trading port of To ihel'ditor of the Herald. j ihpHft newly located aioasuivs Pear Sir,-In Juvthv to the townjstil! greater, of Tuber and to those most limited- ' 'j-he quality of the coal, so far i-s iatv'.y concerned In its educational � Crtn jw. nscertained from sunace siu aUfviirs, I foel catted upon to deny ; plos, is equal to an> in the west and the statement recently noted in yc^r j portions 01 it turns out tho wry besi columns that our school is about tojipiality of coke. Coal Company were the lurgest ,a Western Canada, and they aw ort lo gyt the j ^ loan of the factor's horse. When he the if lw� closed. lnsi*ector Ih'own who recently Waited our schools suggested n chaugo .n some matters of minor import -aiiee and anticipated more conuiu)d-ions tquartors In the near future, bat us to condemning the building foi present use he made no whatever, and we think It tafqieaks little of public spirit in your rvo�nt correspondent to thua publicly underrate our eery efficient nchools. well rhe.v iv- Mr. O. A. HoU�rlson hikI F Lynch, both of Sr. Paul aiv known to maii> Fernie people. are the pr* spcctiicly. of the Klk l.uml^r Company, which purchased the htrftp ti;�-her holdings oi Molt. Son 4c k your imkr for STANFIELD'S. I The t:. P. It. iu�w depot Is nearly : ready for occupation, aiftd I pivsumc* U*o as to have everything up-lo-dit* ' when they move into their new-quarters they have sent their clock lo Ia� repaired. They have a relief dock sent from Winnipeg while the other is away, but the company could have been saved the bother of sending it so far us lis use is cnd on (getting their time from the depot I want to take this opportunity 01 reminding our citizens of the oad ' mail system for this town. We gut j no mall oft the trains hoiv hotw.vtt .Saturday night and Monday nl^hf, 1 the mall on Sunday being carried through to *l>Hhhrldge and coieo* back again on Monday night, IxTng {distributed on the Tuesday morning. {This means a great loss to our bust-men, and I think they should meet together,ami send a deputation to our local member asking him to enquire into the matter. It would not nwan much to the postal author* Ufes especially as I understand it ..-1 nil sorted, and or.ly requires Ijelng put oft'at the depot-u very simpM piece of busltiess, hut bound up with red tape. Citizen* get wise, got a move on, and get that in pi* removed. n. ijxpsav. Secretary T*veer Lumlwr , horses, ami will set out again next! Co.. north of Winnipeg, nnd huv* \summer when Papt. Penny again ex-deanoil up hundreds of thousands f pects to loin them, dollars us a result 01 their far-see-. Cap?. Ik'nuy exiwvts to leave tor ing faith in the lands of Manitoba Calgary this afternoon to ronferwith and the Northwest. Mr. F. K. Kemisten, the other mem i>er of this company which has the great coal field just , is aiso an American, and j also look after the publication 1 *i. 1 I* . 1 .1. t. . . resides it. St. Paid's twin sister, Lethhridge, was in the city yesl.u*  |lin11" " v IUH1HT Vim LF.THIlHlPCiK lUlmontln Hulletiu Mr. A. K. Humphries, .1. I purchased of . mention4sl the commissioner of the It N'.W MP ami to get the moil which has been accumulating there since he went a year imd a half ago. He will | of . uoyan.1 Kav, the ll..llo.*, a .Wm.ly\^ ^ "J lurimr plant p now opvrattsl call. Mr. Humphries Is enthusiast!- , h about his southern city and its pro-1 gross. He says that a C p. )t. round house covering about five acres, is now about half erected. The C. P. IL and A. It. and L roads a**e now using the new union station aad a new union freight shed oOO I'eei long has been erected. The new Uthbridge woolen *odr Company. will startfHt in a few days. The building is a large one, ivspiir ng home IloO.fM'iO brick for Its construe-Hon. a $LV>,000 addition �s Udng built to * the brewery and the Ia�iIi-brhlge Itrick and Terra Cot la Company !s putting *in a drying plant ut a cost of �11.000 for the manufec -lure of pressed brick. Mr. Humphries says ihal crops >n genei'ii! have giif�d 'dm s, ver broke 2,li00 acres last year and nea r ami manager of one of the largest agricultural implement factories in the t'nited Stales, the shops of Minneapolis. About U year* ago Mr. Kenas.en look over the dohn A belt nuinufac - in t'anada, wh.ch is a^ the American AUdl Munic.pal politics are utroady be-roming active in Calgary. Sp un-nouncement has yet been made for the mayorality contest, though the following names are nwiTtloned, Aid. lones. Aid. Clarke, Aid. Stuart, Aid, Hall, .1. S. Mnckio and A. L. � Cameron. TADKIt MAN AT XAN'TOK. Van ton Nowr:-P. .1. ftalston of Tatior, Alia., intowsted with P. X. McTntyro In the mil estate business has been here tills week in connect -Son with a deal in Southern AUwr- ( When asked by a l-edger ivpresMi tatiie how many limes a millionaire :hewus, Mr. Kemisten very im>de:u|> (ieclirteil lo go into figures, and the i I/Hlg*�r had to conshleri'il as true. These three very t>nierprising men intend lo nrguni'e a company, whlcq will 1h* u dose CiUpfU'alion. ami are in a posit ion to do all the limine 1 g requited to P*�l llu- r coal and coke on the mat Lei as rapidly as it v ill be needed  Thero will l�e no stock Hotution nnd no annoying side issues permitted in the now enterprise, which Mr. Kenaston churacteri'/ed as of suni- cient mugnituda to stand alone. The opening up of this great prou-crty just lo tlie east of us. will ;e- hiKbo>k. "Ihe Kiders of the Plains" which lie intends to issue in n s*>cond islition. This hiNik was puMislusI at the instance of LtiCil Strathcona. and is foiuptletl from ('apt iKmnv diary, which he has fadhfutly ke|U since t-otniut: to the couulry in 1H7I Hon [eountryalong the lino of tho aro handling. railway. , Chipman to visit friends and sen the  - ... newSl"lwiffh the Sheep Creek coal Frank, or a line from Culgnry prop- i *rty owoed by V. Hums and assoc - Men aiv queer, a roar when they went iheir meals if the> had to climb ep ou a high stool in front of a table ' ahich there w as ho cloth ami their mealN in that fashion * a majority of men. when they . to restauraul to eat will pick the high slnot aad the 'tad i t to aid with no cloth on it in preference, to a comfortable chair aid a cloth-covered table. A nam will I or' row a chew of tobacco and u�>d oi them will set their teeth � th* 1 plug right over when' soiu * iher man gnawed out a chew 'Mr Join 11 piece* of pie at home from wlit'l: his Wife or one of his .oM-t h.;t taken a bile and lie wo id hobc-i his head olY At home he w M t/�i drink out of a glass or cup froM which some one of, the Kindly nfs been drinking. Call him int � -.he buck stall *tf a livery ��ii"i. pull out a bottle, and he will sli-M *he �hk of th� bottlo half way down bis throat in order to get 1 sui^. after a half dozen other fellows l.^ve bed the neck of the bottle n tNe'r mou.li A man is n quet>r duck.-  id joii Globe. 1 �a;^.,,t^ �r H I - 1 i Without Butter If It Is made from Produced entirely from specially selected Western (.'itnnli Nurd Wheat by the best '-S3 1 y V ~. in ilv* most modern millin improved methods, dant in the world. Tlialv� why Purity Hour Is Rich In Nutriment, Sweet aud Wholeao ^ Sold everywhere in noiniaion. -1 �i Great * - WCSTtUN CANADA PL OUR MILLS CO.. Llmtt�tf Mill* at WlttnliMt, Ooilvrlch nnd Brmn4Qt% When in need - .if 1 - V- f OR COOK Call and tee Our L- Slock and you arc aurc of being satisfied liicK "WaKely The Lending Tinners, Plumbers, Steam nnd * Hot Water Fitters. Telephone 11�. the Oven CooKs Faster, the Fuel Burned 4 _ Here's a cbance to the44 reason whyf* 1U Kale nettle tliuwi l�ux littlu iu�l i% *tt4v4 Happy Thought is the best cooking range before you buy it. The more heating surface, the less time required to do the cooking-and-the less time the less fuel, The corrugated oven-lining is as quickly heated through as an ordinary flat lining and gives one-third more surface for diating heat. ^ 1 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 not warp or crack. The only stove that wilt suit you in cvriy way is the I rj U fcmitti w��4, the littlt ptU twit Ut bif pile, il )vg titt a tfatpy ? hum ikt f - h - k. _ I-/ 1 HAPPY THOUGHT RANGE * m PURWS COAL OR WOOD j <"� WM, BUCK STOVE CO,, Limited, ar�Mf�r* Me�ir�el Wi��l�M . "- r *H "h - � ft _- s ....FOB SALE BY.... * 4 r i LETHimiWK ALT A. 4 r" imp. ;