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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 19, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta 1 Gem Rings set with Diamomls, Rubies, Pearls, Sapphires, Topaz and other precious stones. Band Rings Signet Rings Rings for Ladies, Gentlemen and Children. Call and see the display of Kiiips. C. Ross Tate The Jeweler You will be building possibly this season, and will require Bath Room Warm Air Furnace -ob- Hot Water System We are prepared to give you right prices and the b�st of material. We make a specialty of this work and you are sure of satisfaction. Particular attention paid to jobbing. See us regarding your nest job of electrical house-wiring. Phone 116. HicK OL Wahely The Leading Tinners, Plumbers, Steam and Hot Water Fitters. % ? t DRAYING. If you wish draying or moving of any kind done, call ou us. We have the largest and best equipped cariage business iu the city, with thorougbly experienced men in charge. All work promptly attended to. Hay and Oats of the best grade for sale. Coal deliverisd to all {parts of the city on short notice. I I Western Wareboose & Transfer Co., ltd. | Office-First door south of Ofiera House Pbone 63 YOUR WnUNC should be dona by experts if you would have it both safe and satisfactory. We wire buildings for all kinds of Electrical Appliances and can furnish electricians with all that is most modern in electrical supplies. McKenzie & Roy OflSce^ Redpath St. Lethbridge Phone 204 Stock Saddles While You Wait Shoe Repair Shop. Men's shoes soled and heeled in 30 minutes. Price $1.00. F. GEIRMAN West of Bentley Co. General Teaming. When you require your gardens ploughed, your yards cleaned up, sellars dug, or any other teaming done, SEE US, or phone 201, or :?rop a post card in the office, your order will receiveour prompt atten-cion. COAli must be paid for sn delivery. Residence and stable sast of the barracks. �rM. TAYIjOR', Lethbridge .Farm. Harness, Concord Harness, Strapij etc., always on hand. Tho Standar� rigorous exclusion of everything Mtitfbotion. I that would have removed aU pre- Humption of giiUt, and says tt�e com-ipany hafi appealed to a higher court to whleh it looks for 'that calm judgment which will rescue thcrights of the citizen*) from the flchl of public clamor and from the domain of vindictive politics.' It/' ' CO. The British and Foreign Bible Society Men'and women, hn�teninK Jrom the 'tender associations of thoii" own homeland, nttracted by the hriglii prospects of a new home, and of future comforts they had no hope oi ever ottaining where they come from have reached our land and aiv slWi coming by boat, and tnvin nnrl wagon, like the shuttle of a great loom, weaving into the fabric of this last nation an astonishing diversity of peoples-Italians and tiivcks. 'IVii-tons and Celts, Slavs anil Syrians, Africanders and Sikhs. Chinese ami Poles, Icelandic ond Ilebixiws, black and white, >-�llow and dwp tan; and as we brush shoulders with thoni, all who belong to the redeemed Church of Christ are confrontotl by the problems of how to stretch out u holping hand-they ask themselves. "What point of ttflinity have we with these so entirely diflerent i>oople?" What saith the Wisdom of tJod? The answer is found in .lohn XIl. 32. given from the lips of Him who ivceived Hds words from the Father. "1, if I be lifted up from tho rartli will draw all inon unto inc." If "nil nifu ore to �!.�> .U'sus lifted up as 1 he Light of the World, and the onl^-hope for eternity, it is evident tho church hns a gigantic work Ix'foiv her. Our lii-st work is to pray for the.s Bibles and Testaments which wore also distributed free in Calgary, making a grand total of 1,-:\S'> Scrii>lui-es scivltereF>t>n supplied, each iu the languagv> iicculiar to their ovn moth-er-tongiie. But the figures which will awaken tli keenest local interest, arise from tho work done by the Colporteur in Ix'thliridge. lie luis mnfle 900 visits sold 125 Bibles, and 101 Testament.-* receiving SdJJ.OO in cash. Ho found occasion to give away free. Cight Bibles and 7 Testomeii'ts, and supplied the needs of .'iti who were pre-\"iously without tho Scriptures, het us (lod for these things. We know not wliich shall prosper, "this or that," but tlu> sivd-corn has been scuttei-od on tlii- waters. What ap -I>enis like sowing in the sea, faith in God knows it will yield a harve.i|ned by mm of artistic taste, and are tailored from fabrics chosen by men o{ cultured experience from the British makers of, �ae woollens. Send to-day lor the authoritative book 's fashions," As Seen by Him." K you cannot call, tell us what you want and we will show you how you can get it Irom the book. TIm ptii't m ft Sfiai-retJy Suit-wkclKcr il bff SIS, Co �f $S-it tui � i'ln of viiliH u lilt UMtrftU iM  fuvtinwui nuMy bill. Semi-reaJy Tailoring A. SOUTHARD Leih idt A good ileal hns boen said from nr�t to last as to who was the man to start growing winter wheat in -JMlbei-tu, but the fust wintorwbeat grown in the Cardslon dtetriot was grown just outside of tlie present town limits of Cardston by notMNrt Dailies, who hnd made a vjsit to Utah in im& and brought back with him two bushels of Odessa winter wheat in ft bag. Mr. C. O. Card, fountlor of tho colony, had t�o acrcu of bi'ed seed, though it came up and covered tho ground thickly, simply stayed green and ran ov'nr the surface dur -ing the summer of .1889, but wintered over the next winter and niaile a good crop in 1890. And the lady married another; they usually do, This WHS long liefore the days of Alberta lied which came in UR>er, whtn il WHS nec^sary to ftt. tho�h�at to Winnipeg market conditions, Od-etii^^,', winter whani hns lx�n grown at Cardston ..ver since 1888 and 'Is still popular as it yields heavy crops and does not smut. Forty bushels to the acre is a common yield of this winter wheat |w>r aciie and it often goes ver.v much higher. The seed is, however, now somewhat mi.ved but a little careful selection would straighten roatt.ers out. (Mr. T. H. Woolford lx>fore the grain commission.) In tho days of the oiglities there was a great scnrci'ty of lumber and the first load hauled in, which was British Columbia Cedar, co�t $72 p*r tbou�-and. The price is rapidly going back to this level. Letl)bridge.Taber.Stirling.Rapond.Magrath, Coleridge  *  SKPARATK CAME, UJ5PROOM9 This scarcity of lumber was foH for some yearn, es|XMjJally in hounm that wanted to be stylish and divided into separate bedrooms, for, though, but not wisliing to hurt bis feelings, for he was a very Wg man, wo did not try any dip -lomacy at the right time but pre -tended to snooze. This traveller was a good sleeijer and soon was roar -'ing like a bull, heaving up from his innards, growls growls and roars of a qualKy nav�- heard on earth Iie-foivj or since. First one and then another arose, muttered his evening prayer and rolled up his blankotsand left tor the barn or tho hay corral, dj'ifting bock in the morning with his bed. Tho main disturber of tho peace never moved a muscle or even incidentall.v romarked that there \vas anything pi|uliar about himself, and omitted to notice the exodus or tho raturning of tho animals to tho ark. "Whore ignorance is bliss (if it was ignorance) it is foolish to be otherwise," and there are always troubles of some sort in this worltl. anti, as tho old lady said, "If it faint one thing its t'other." And ns tho sailor poet says also: "Oh them big bugs hn\'o bigger bugs That jump on them and bite 'em; An' the bigger bugs have other bugs. An" .so ad infinitum." TRY WM. OLIVER -FOR- EverythiAg required ia the eoastruclioa of a BuiMiag. Lumber aad aU kiadt of MUl Work Do not send all yotir money to Calgaiy and Cranbrook. Help to t^nild up Letbbriage and a local industry by patronizing Oliver's P .toing andXamber Mills. Office, Yards and Factory-Corner Round and Bompas Streets Telephone .153 Perfect ventilation is t\w tu-at re quiroment of a kitchen. Next, comes light and possibilities of cleanliness with the expenditure of tho least labor. is (he new and better shaving stick. Yields an abundant laiher almost instantaneously. The Witch Hazel in it makes the skin feel smooth and velvety, allays irritation, soothes and refreshes wonderfully. Just give it a trial. Same price as others. Meee only by TNI ROYAL OROWN, wiMNmia ""''^ One in Dad's Dinner Fail A Honey Jnmble, one of onr aOO diifennt Sweet Cakes, made from Alberta flour, is jnst the thing to iin-ish otT a lunch with. It is satisfying and alao very healthy. Sold in bulk by all good grocers. If your grocer does not sell Honey Jumbles, write direct for a package to factory Wait for Albl�co-U'�. a Soda Biscuit nKiT, ALBERTA BISCUIT CO., LTD. 334. CALOABV A AF.TA AA If you are contemplating the purchase of a Solitaire Ring, we shonld be glad to have you call and look over our stock. Fine Diamond Rings, with handsomely mounted stones. Diamonds of large or small carat. Also other Qem Rings in great variety. This is the'best appointed JeWelry store in town, and we have the largest and most attractive assortment of Watches, Chains, Ear - Drops, Brooches, Bracelets, Lockets, etc., etc. W. J. Armstrong JEWELER ENORAVER OPTICIAK. Agent tor BEI.L PIANOS L H. FOWLER & CO. aeaeral BlacknaHhlag and HoraeBboeiBg. Nmw bugtriei to order, carriage painting, all kinds of woodwork ia wag- ns, windmllts, fanning mills, croam Mparatoni, grain plckton. bU'sW* mith co�i. LCTHaKIDOB. AL�t�TA. Letbbridge Financial (SL Realtx Co. Real Estate, Financial and Insurance Brokers^ Fire Insurance a specialty. R.Y. GIBBONS Manager, � Lethbridge Office, Ott Block Phone 222 Rins up 108 When you want DRAYING Done promptly and satisfactorily. JOHN BRODIE Synopsis. Coal NlningRegulations Coal mining rights ol^he Dominion, in Manitobu, SasKatchewan, Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the North-West Territories and British Columbia, may be leased for a term of twenty-one years at an annual rental of $1 an acm. Not more than 2,360 acres will be leased tc one applicant. < 1^ Application for a leoae must be maile to tlie Agent or Sub-Agent of the district in which the rights applied for are situated. In surveyed territory the land must be describeil by sections, or legal sub-divisions of sections, and in nnsurveyed territory the tract applied for shall be staked out. Each application must be ac. companied by a fee of $5, which will be refunded if the rights applied for are not availfible but not otherwise. A royalty bhall be paid on the merchantable outpnt of the mine at the rate of five cents per ton. Every lessee of coal mining rights which are not being operated shall furnish the district Ageni'of Dominion Lands with a sworn statement to that effect at least once in each year. The lease will include the coal mining rights only, but the lessee may be permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may be considered necessary (or the working ofthe mine at the rate of $10 an acre. For full information application should be made to the Secretary of the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or Snb-Agent of Dominion Lands. W. W. CORY, Deputy Minister of the Interior N.B.-Unauthorized pnbllcAtign of this advertisement will notl^ paid for. ;