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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 13, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta �** ft! j or Silverware i In tho Supremo Court of the North- Torritorios Judicial District A THAIL TO PRACK MVKU. An Important Work Just Undortuk- eti From the Vukon Side. PRESS GRINDINGS. W of Southern Alberta. news j pud- ( tin scauu f^lst Its artistic designs. -V 1 - 2nd Excellent workmanship 3rd First class quality. 4th The price at which is sola or in Something to remember (hat we carry only The Best Goods from The Best akera 'Ml I The manufacturer's guarantee, along with ours goes with every piece. L r *w x Liphardt Jeweler Optiolan . > -� _� - T - P ^ T. E. Patteson OTT BLOCK Rtal Estate, Insurance and Commission Agent Fire, Life, Accident and Hail Insurance in the best companies. Residential Lots, Modern Dwellings, Farm Lands, Irrigated Lands, etc., for sale for cash and on time. Full particulars on application. In the matter of the estate Thomas Williams of LethhrUigc, the province of Alberta, Deceased, L'pon the application of Junto* K. Uughson, the administrator of the estate of the above Thomas Wil -liauis, deceased, and upon reading the administration granted herein and the affidavit of the said James K. Hughflon, sworn herein on the fifteenth day of August, A.D., 1900. XT IS ORDERED that inm creditors and others having claims against tho said estate do send such claims with statutory declaration or af-fadavit of verification to tho said James K. Ilughson by mat! or delivering the same to the ofllcc of John L. Kawcett, Mnclcod, Alberta, advocate for the said administrator on or before the 1st day of October A. D., 1906. AND I FURTJfKR ORDER that a copy of this order be published in 9 consecutive issues of the said "Tho Lethbrtdgc Herald" the first publication to be not later than the 1st day of September, A. P.. 1900, and upon such publication the adminls -trator immediately after tho said 1st of October, A.P., 1900. shall be at liberty to distribute the assets of tho said deceased or any part thereof amongst the parties thereto having regard to the claims of which the said administrator shall then have notice as aforesaid and the said administrator shall not be liable for the assets or any part thereof so distributed to any person of whose claim such administrator shall not have had notice at the time of tho distribution of the said assets or any part thereof. Dated at RanfT, this 18th day of August. A. P.. 1900. This order was takon out by John I*. Fawcett. advocate for administrator. An important work meaning toe connection of the Vukon with the fVace River and the Northwest pr.ii les of Canada, and the linking of iht> outposts of the empire- to tho ohl?r centres of the Dominion, has j-r�( boon undertaken from the Yukon sMo' says the Victoria Colonist. An t.v peditton of the Northwest Mounts! Police has been sent from Wh'te Horse to tho Atlln district to blaze a route overland through the almost untouched wilderness to the head \>i the Peace, where other trail nmk.-rs will be met. The project of the government to have an all-Canadian overland trail from the headquarters of the Yukon to the oKlor portion of the Dominion long has been In mind. It is founded largely on the idea that an t\U-Canadlan route may any time *o found of great value, If hot a neeos-sHy in a, military way, if not for other reason, and on the presumption that such a route will prove an inducement for pioneers to penetrate tho land In search of its riches, later leading the way for settlement, wagon roads and railways. Capt. A. R. McDonald, Sorgt. | To�dd and Constable Monson recently left White Horse on a trail qla/.tng expedition. The party will blaze a trail eastward from Atlln to Dame Creek, where it expects to nwet the construction gang from Pence Ri.vr. j It will take an Indian from Atlin. and will be gone nearly r-H winter. Winnipeg Five Press: In Us columns today the Fret; Press Ushes Us annuul estimate of wheal crop of Western Canada. This, year the estimate Is 90,250,000 bushels in the three Provinces, or an average of 19 bushels per acre on mi acreage of 1,750,000. Ip to ;l'e first of last week everything pointed to a 20 bushel average, but since then the hot wind from tho south has caused some depreciation,, how much or how little only the thresh -ing returns can tell. The Increase in acreage is eatlmated at 1ft per cent. This is a conservative estimate; for while tho In -crease In Manitoba is necessarily small, ami is offset by 'the land sown to barley, on the other hand the increase in Saskatchewan nnJ Alberta runs all tho way from '10 to 100 per cent., so that an Increase oi 750,000 acres for the year is to lie regarded as within the uu\rk. The PRESIDENT ADOPT8 REFORMED HPELUNC1. Oyster Hay, Aug. 24 .-President I Itno&ovelt today announcml that ho has adopted the Carnegie reformed spelling ami that he instructed the public, printer that all odlclal documents from the White House, Including the president's message, shall bv printed In accordance with the recommendations of a spelling reform committal headed by Bran -dor Matthews, of Columbia unlver -sily. This committee has published a list of 100 words in which the spelling Is reformed. This list contains such words as thru and tho as the spelling for 'through'* and 'though.' The president's official sanction of this.reform mowment is regarded as the most effectfve and speediest method of Inaugurating the new system of spelling thruout the country. Not only will tho printed docu -ments emanating from tho president utilize the reform spelling, but his spoiled In the new style. I lendencv has hceti to keep the aver- ug* >iel Increase in acreage. For iho past three ywim tho Kro.. j A" lhc S'K,,""K ntorm committoo Pivss has made tho most accural�i estimate of the crop published, und hopes to Ik* nble on Aug. ttl, 1907. to point back to the estimate published today as the most accurate 'estimate of the crop of 1900. shall adopt new reforms they will bo added to the President's list, mil also to that of tho public printer. The simplified spellings adopte.i today by the president are those arranged on'June 18 Inst by the Simplified Spelling Jtoard. The list of i 300 words Is as follows; Abridgement. accounter, accurst. C ra n b r oo k He ra I d: Marl end 1 >n r -racks are so full of criminals that a special session ol the suprnue jacknowkxlgment. addivst, ad/., alti the|altho. anapest, anemia, anesthesia, antipyrlu, anti-toxin. court will be held to relievo strain. In Rrltish Columbia whet i anesthetic Ask your ticket agent for tickets [via the Wisconsin Central Ry. Tenders for the Erection of Court SUCCESS IN DRY FARM I NO. THE METHODIST STATISTICS. To Milwaukee, Chicago, and Alii House at Cardston, Alberta Points East and South Sealed Tenders addressed to the Deputy Minister of Public Warns, ^  A . . n it i Edmonton. Alberta, and endowed Convenient trams, Pullman sleep- ..TonuVrs for rouPt House at Carders, t tree reclining chair cars, j s(on AUtt/. u, Ivcolml up lo Dining ears. ^ jl2 Q.cIock noon ThurBllliy# H.v. kor lull information address H..T itemtier 20th. inort. for t-he supply-Bergemann, travelling agent, 5i71linjr Gf all materials and the erection Robert st, St. Paul, Minn.; or Jas. of rourt House P.uiUimg in accont-ri t ^r1 passenger agent. tanctJ wilh |>lans aiM| specifications on Milwaukee, Wis. v|tfW ln tho ivpartment of Public : Works, Kdinonton. at tho a Mica of the Inspector of Public Works, Arm strong Rlork. Calgary, the ofllee c�f Jno. \V. Woolf, Kscj.. MP.P.. C.r/d-i ston, the office of W. l\ Simmers. \Em\., M.P.P., Ijethhridge, and the f office of M. Mclvenzie, M.P.P.. I Maclend. Tlv work nwiy l>e tendered bulk for ail IN TIIK MATTER OF THE COMPANIES WINDING UP On- VI NANCE, 1903. The August numiber of bonds and mortgages contains an interesting contribution on the work of conquering the deserts of Eastern Colorado. Tho writer is J.L. Donahue, president of the Scientific Farming Association, and an authority on agricultural tojAcs. According to his statements, land that five years ago sold at $1.50 an acre is now productive and he Id at $10 or more without irrigation equals. It has been ro claimvd by a system of intense cul CI vat ion that conserves the soil mols tare und insures bounteous harvests of cereals, grasses and vegetables Many new orchards are coining Into bearing and.the future for that once parched desert seems to be filled with brilliant anticipations. A few years ago hundreds of home seekers located on claims in Eastern Colorado and attemtHed to carve farms from the desert. They had no irrigation ditches and couel not secure water from other sources and were soon compelled to abandontholr lands. For a lime the country was NOTICE is hereby given that all creditors and others having claims against the Bui well Coal and iron Mines Company, Limited, are re - j quired to send the same to the un- 1 designed Liquidator of such Company on or before the first day November 190ti, pursuant to section 9 of the Above Ordinance. THOS. CNDERWOOD Underwood Block, Calgary, Alberta. Liquidator of tho Dulwoll Coal and Iron Mines Co., Limited. ! 1 Riding Breeches Specialist Three years eiperieacc at Hammond9a-The Greatest Breeches makers in the world for separately or in trades. Each tender must he accompanied by an accepted cheque payable to tho Minister of Public Works for the amount of five per cent of tender. Cheque of the successful bidder, If any. will be retained until the necessary contract and bond are executed and the work completed. The cheques of unsuccessful bidders will be promptly returned. Tho right is reserved to reject any or all bids or valve any defects. JOHN STOCKS, Deputy Minister of Tubllc Works. Dated at Edmonton, this 1st day of Sept., A. D., 1900. practically deserted. So oilers made for the broad acres of fields. Men could not entertain idea of going upon the land surTering defeat jvar after year, a deliverer came to the people, was an advocate of dry farming. periments demonstrated thut keeping a boII mulch on the sur.'nc*' the stored rainfall could bo rit.uu**d and made to supply for were ;i t y the and But Jt the supreme court holds a session it,al>�lhem, apprise, arbor, archeology worries the Judge because there is ardor, armor, arti/an, assize, nx. nothing to do. Ihuis (not; banns), bark (not bar-J que), behavior, blest, hlusht, bra/en, j lain, bur. 1 CallN�r. caliper, candor, chapt, > check. checker, chimera, civilize, clamor, clangor, clnpt, cluspt, dipt, clue, coeval, color, colter, commlxt.) romprest, eomprlz*\ confest. con-! | troller, coquet, criticize, eropt, crost '� j crush!. cue. curst, cul las, cyclopedia,' i rarest (not caressed), catalog cut� Iconize, center. Dactyl, dusht, decalog, defence, demagog, demeanor, deposit, deprost. �lo vol op, dleresls, dike, dipt, dlscusl, dispatch, distil, distrest, .dolor, dom-icil, t miJ.vU Cash must accompany orders Office 11 cool -First door south of vation Army barracks. Telephone 77 'nr, SADDLES Stock Lethbridge Branch of The Pembroke Conservatory of Music ). GEORGE HARPER. Director PUPILS RECEIVED DAILY EVERY BRANCH TAUGHT The most advanced ami progressive methods are employed in each department* Students prepared for our own and University Exams. Theory, Singing, Violin, Mandolin, Orchestral, Elocution, ami Physical Culture Classes. CONCERTS, RECITALS, AND LECTURE RECITALS. g.-owiri;; crops. Some of tho best crops of Color ado are grown In tho dry farming districts. Durum wheat fields foriv t bushels to the acre In a . Contributed to missions, �8.211. increase $1,005. Contributed to Alberta $2,000, increase $11-1. In the conference there Is church properly valued at *$2Sfl,-7U0 and College properly worth $fuV 000, There are (18 parsonages. Average salary of the ministers on circuits �02l, increase $!li�. ! wVverage salary of tho inintst A good Mrs. 0�o. WANTED. general servant. MaeKuy, Apply WAXTKU. To rent, early in Octobor, with option of buying a house of five or six rooms. Apply to Mrs. P. w. Ualbraitb, Mox 25, Dr. Shoop's Restorative would do for them. Dyspepsia would prao -Ucally be a disease of the past. lir. Bhoop's Heotoratlvo reaches stomach troubles by its direct tonic action upon tho inside nerves-the true stomach nerves. Btomach distress or weakness fullnesa bloating, belching, etc Call for tho Restorative. Wa reconsmend and sell Pr. Snoop's Restorative. J. D. HlginbothnuT & Co. Copies of the booklet just, Issued entitled "Manners and Modes 'or Men" will be received in a few days by many of the geuUcmen In lethbridge. In this booklet there Is a tr�*od Illustration of tho new sack coat which Is all the vogue in the east. The coat is without vents, In either tho side or center of tho back, has a slight flare at sMo of the skirt and Is shaped to conform in a graceful fashion with tho figure. President Mercer, nf the Soml-Ueady Company, whose creative talent has made this coat the fashionable apparel, is counted one of the leading designers of the world,- Mr Southard who has tho exclusive agency for the Semi-ready Company in T^thbrMpv. says that ho will be pleased to show his patrons the i cw sac suit. Labor, lacriimil. (apt. lusht. leapt legal ire. license, Hcori e, lytcr lodgment, lookt, topt, luster. Mama, maneuver, materialize, meager, medieval, meter, mist (not mism�d), miter, mixt, mold, molder. molding, moldy, molt, mullcn. Naturalize, neighbor, n-ter, nipt. Orher, odor, offense, omelet, prest. orthoj>edic. Paleography, paleolithic, palejn -to logy, paleo/.ic, par&flln, par!*ir, purttzan, past (not passed), pat-purposes j tronjW- jHHiagog, pedobaptist, pos sest, practise, prefix, phenomen. prest, pretense, pretorH, pretermit, primeval, prof est, program, prolog, prapt, pur. Quartet, miestor, tpiiutct. Uancor, rapt (not rap^ied), recognize, reconnoiter, rigor, itpt, rumor. Saber, saltpeter, savior, savor, scepter, septet, sepulchor, sextet. Silvan, similar, nipt, hit lie. skilful, slipt, smolder, Kaupt, cond>er, specter, splendor, sU^ifast, slept, stopt, Ktrest, strlpt, sub)>ena, succor sv\ffixt sulfare, sulfur, sumac, supprest, surprise, synonym. Tabor, tapt, teazel, tenor, theater tho, thorn, thorofare, thoroly, thru thruout, tl|*t, topt, tost, transgrest trapt, tript. tmiu>r. Valor, vapor, bexl, vigor, vizor. Wagon, washt, whipt. whisky, wilful, winkt, wisht, wo, woful, woolen wrapt. UIO riHK AT INACOM UK. �se, r'llie. i Think of Jlr. Bhoop's Catarrh Cure if your nose and throat discharges- If your breath is foul or feverish. It contains Oil of Eucalyptus. Thymol. Menthol, etc., incorporated into an Imported croamUke petrolatum. It soothes, heals, purifies, controls. Call at our store for froc trial box. Bold by J. D. Ulglnbotham & Co. l.ncombo, Kept. 8.- Tho pretty lit-tlo thriving tow-n of l.acoml>e ha'J a visitation by the destroying element of fire this nu>rning which -w1|kh| out an entire block and raused losses totalling dose to $100,000. The principal losers are: Adelphi hotel, $35,000. er 8th, inst, for placing a concrete and wooden foundation under the present frame store of the Hudson's Day Co, situated on corner of Hound and Baroness, streets. Also for continuing the wooden sheeting dovn to tho ground on which Iron sheeting is to lie placed. Particulars can bf� had from tho Manager * t Lethbridge. CRAVEN SMOKING IXTURE INVENTED THE III EARL OF CRAVEN 1867 J. M. BARRIC SAYS:�"Wh�t I call the Arcadia in 'My Lady Nicotine' it the 'CRAVEN MIXTURE' and no other." AN IDEAL PIPE TOBACCO MANU FACTORED IN ENGLAND Wallace H oselton The Loading Cigar mid Tobacco Finn in Southern Alberta. We Handle the Best Lines of Stoves and Ranges Wahely mliers, Steam and lone lit}. TRY WM. OLIVER FOR Everything required in the construction of a Building, Lumber and all kinds of Mill Work Help to hiiild �p Lollibrulgf nncl a local imlnstry by Oliver's Plnniiig nnd Lumber Mills. Cranbrook. patronizing Omce.Yanls nnd Factory-Corner, Round and Bompns Streets Teleplione 15B Tbe Host Eiactiog Standards 1 Of crtticm prevail, and only unequaled quality finds favor wish us.-- All kinds of frosh and cur�xl meats. Fresh fish three times a week.----- p. Burns Co. Telephone 91 9 Ltd. MMMMMMM ***************** EASTON MANUFACTURERS OF HARNESS, SADDLES. AND GENERAL FURNISHINGS AND DEALERS IN TRUNKS AND VALISES. MITTS, GLOVES ROBES. WHIPS. TENTS, AWNINGS, WAGON COVERS, HAY AND GRAIN, ETC. r; -; nnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnr ;