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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 26, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta .�^t^..A.^�� �.V.^Z-w^. ^r.,. ^-^^v---^� I Gem Rings set with Dianmnds, Rubies, Poarls, Sapphires, Topaz and other precious stones. Band Rings Signet Rings Rings for Ladies, Gentlemen and Children. Call and see the display of Rings. C. Ross Tate The Jeweler You will be building possibly this season, and will require Bath Room Warm Air Furnace -OB - Hot Water System t ^ We are prepared to give you right prices and the Ix-ft of ^ material. We make a specialty of this work and you are ^ fii sure of satisfaction. Particular attention paid to jobbing. See us regarding your next job of electrical house-wiring. Phone 116. ii HicK Ca WaKely ! The Leading Tinners, Plumbers, Steam and Hot Water Fitters. pGossip from"! I Alberta's Capital DRMYING. If you wish draying or moving of any kind done, call on us. We have the largest and best equipped cartage business in .the city, with thoroughly experienced men in charge. All work promptly attended to. Hay and Oats of the best grade for sale. Coal delivered to all {parts of the city on short notice. Western ffareliOD:.e & Transfer Co., Ltd. | Office-First-door south of Opera House Phone 63 !; mrm OUK WUK.li is invariably satisfactory! We take'all sorts of contracts for ElMtricd Work for equipping new buildings or fitting up old ones. Wiring for electric lighting, bells, burglar alarms, annunciators, motors, cooling aud ventilating fans, etc. McKenzie & Roy Office^ Kedpath St, Lethbridge Phone 204 Stock Saddles While You Wait Shoe Repafr Shop. Men's sl'oes soled and heeled in :{0 niiiintes. Price 11.00. GERMAN West of Bentley Co. Edmonton, Sopl.-'Jl.-I'foiniiT Ifu-thorforcl is in the fiiwt this Wcvk cun-ferrinp with the Govornmont ni Ottawa nnd nttending thi> iiinusiinU ion of President Fnlconei- of Toronto lii-ivcrsiity. The hxttor institution will confer the desi-oo of L.L.IJ. upon .Mr. Rutherford, who is considorfd one of forotnosl men in rdiuiition.il rircl'S in thft \vt>st. As ovrr.xbody knows lie is minister of oilueiilion for Albertii and lie devotes a fjivat deal of alien tion to the ndniinistrntion of this e got rid of. That is the order of the Minister and the Macleod Gazette st will attend the bamiuot of the Canadian Mnnufa^^turers .V.ssoeiation in Toronto. W. A. Iluchanan, who is looking after the organization of the legislative library, succcetled in procuring some rai-e books whilp in ICa.slern Ca nada thi� summer. Among the number are ".\n .Account of thy .\ssinni-boine and Saskatchewan Exploring E.xpodition" by Hindo, issued in 1850 and eight volumes of Sir Sanforil Fleming's original repoits on the C. P.R. survey from 1874 to ISSO, These volnmos contain very interesting and valuable information nnd the provincial librorlan was fortunate in being able to pick them up. As a result of public ownership of telephones in Australia substantial reductions have been made in rates and the use of the telephone greatly stimulated thoreb,5'. T!i. rate between Sydney and JleMiournc, eOo miles, ha.=; been fixed at SI.21 lor thret" minutes by daj- nnd 60 cents by night. Those rates will stand for ihree months nnd then will Ix; reduced if the traffic warrants. It is worthy of remark that the rate between Edmonton and Calgary, a distance of less than 200 miles, as charged by the BtU'.> I lie opposition in the IJowvilU; news. Success to both parties. Ilowvilie is .just a hit ahead for mostly ail their .grain was harvested before tli..' snow sloriii. .lust dare us with a railroad. ItoHviUe has U. K. on the bi-aiii and we also have brains on the railroad. ^ Air. Hilclu-ocU returned from, where he sold his rereln'iou �hor.se. We have not tiwii abie to ascertain the price but .Mr. llilclicock gets the lop priiv.'. He says lu' will have a hor.se for Ht'iwville ne.xl .vear. �file work on .Messrs. Roberts and Hoynolils grnnar.v is rapidly progivss ing. Mr. Harry While is a.gain among the boomers of limvville. ^Mr. White had qiiiie a seviii' attack of rhoum-nt ic-s. Information from ihe Department of .Agriculture lins been i-eceived stat ing that a herd law can not he obtained so \vi> will have to try pound law. Kiiends of Mr .1. IT. Hemncr will lie pleased to hear that he is kept fprite busy on his farm. lie is a rusher. -Mr. ll-'uiner helped ijeth-bridge out when l liry wanted a good baggage liian. \\\' lisome for anyone to .s-tay alone in (his new country but ihe results will Rogers-Cminingham Luinber Co., Ltd. ^Successors to George Rogers- YARD NORTH OF THE TRACK Builders Supplied of Every Description Wholesale and Retail J Lumber Shingles Doors Windows Mouldings Lime Lath Building Paper Tar Paper Cedar Fence Posts LethbridgeJaber, Stirling, Raymond, Nagrath, Coleridge I and saddle to .lohii liow.ser and start ed for H. ('. .John look him to IjcIIi bi-'idge Sept. School began in Itbiek Sprin.g \'al-Icy School Disli-icl Se'iit. i) with Chas. AVurra.v as teacher. Quite a nuiiibr-r of childivii from out of the iHs'l rid- 'Will attend. \' very pleasanl time was spent by the young peojile al the home of .lohn llowser Salurda.\- evening. ('has .Adams and .Nate llowser pass ed tliromrh here on Wetlnesda.v en route for .Vate's ranch lyturning Kri-ila.v evening brin.ging a "bunch of horses. Hugh SIbbald visited a I liobi. Robl. nuriis' 'fuosila.v and 'I'luirsday . Air. Sihbald has been f-eeling (juile po()r!.\- liut is on the gain at, iireseni. Ira Hums has his grain all .stacked and is preparing to go threshing.  I TRY WM. OLIVER i -FOR-  Everything required in the eonstrueUoA of a Building, X Lumber and nil kind* of Mill Work ^ Do riot send all your money to Calgary ami Cranbrook. ^ Hell) ^ ^"iltl up Lethbriage and a local industry by patronizing  Olivers Pan ing and Lumber Mills.  Office, Yttrds and Factory-Comer Round and Bompas Streets 1 Telephone 153 The .settlers Afr.s. llobt. llurns spent from Satur ill this vicinity aiV'iii,y until .Alonday with .Mrs. Unk. Kftlinff ready to orsjanize a district^ \V,, y to inipro\o roa. Woolle.v has finished putting; ui> a swell new granary for Rolxirl/ Reynolds. O. OttoL has returned from Calgary. He sa.ys Bowvillo crops are far ahead of Calgary's. (leo. t'uUilian from Oregon pa.s.sed through hero last wiv.'k looking for lior.ses. On bis way he sLoiiixjd to visit Thos. Rcycraft. .Alice and Scott Williams nnd Neva Talbot are sta.ying uL Alttv Ca.siunients and attending school. Wanted to rent a cottage of about five rooms. One with stable preferred. Apply Bo.\ 351, Lethbridge. 26-3-10-17 WANTED \\ General servant wanted at oae*. Apply to Mrs. R. A. Wright, Du(I�r-in Street. -318- Farm HameBs, Concord HamesB, Stmpt, etc., always on hand. We can guarantee you completa satisCaotion. PbriiigB Saddlery oo. St. Jo.seph, l�vis, July 14, 1907 JUinard's Liniment Co., LimitiKi. Gentlemen,-I was badly kicked by my horse Inst May and nftcr using several preparations on my leg nothing would erfcctly cured, so that I cinild start on the road. ./oB. Dubes, Commercial Traveller --- Some men excuse profonity on the ground that it is a safety valve on thoir temper. But the mora they sweur the more the safety vnlw is called upon to net. policy of the Rutherford admini.stra-tion. Ko more striking testimonial to tho great benefits to lio derived from public ownership could l:o olVer-eil than tlwse figures from Au.stralia. The comparison with the Alberta rates of the Bell Co. is only on a par with rates in Eastern Canada. .lust an instance. The rate between Montreal; and Toronto, iJ3:t miles, is S2 (or three minutes in the daytime nnd the night rote $1. To Quebec city. 010 miles, the rates from Toronto are $2.75 and $1.40. Compare those figure.s with the Australian rnto.s and (k>cidefor yourself if governmetil ownership does not enable the iwople. who use the tielephone, to keep a lot of money in their iiockots ever}' }'uar. BOWVILLE. (Held over'from last wtvk.) Bowvillo, Sept. 14.-Ali.ss Marjory Thomson is quite siclf with what is thought to be pneumonia. Owing to the v^rt voathcr all threshing hands have returned to their resjicctive homes. The snow storm last week was followed by the rottirn of Sec.-Treas. Lukens. Mr. Lukens reports that in and around l4>avings there was quite a con siderably larger snow fall, by which much damage was done to standing grain, as there ia quite a lot, uncut. Messrs. Armnl, AVilllams, Lain and Not for young men only, but for gentlemen of matu:� years are the Semi-ready designs fashioned. ^ Good judges of good clothes know that Se .ai-realv Tailoring is the. modern way of getting what you want when you Witnt it. Tlx Signet al S�l.ly Fine S.ick Suits in Serges and Worsteds at $20 and $25. The $18 Suits arc made {roni less expensive cloths and linings. Tailoring Semi-ready A. SDUTHARD, - Lethbridge A Society Secret Fresh Tea. Hot.One Cup Sweet Cream.. Tablespoonfui Sugar Loaf......One Lump ROYAL BLUE 5 o'clock Tea Cuke........3 To be taken every afternoon at 5 o'clock. This prescription can be filled by any up-to-date grocer. If your grocer docs not carry 'Royal Blue' goods, write to the factory, giving your gro-cer's name, and we will send a jxickage direct. Wait for .MhiHi'o-It's a Soda Biscuit ALBERTA BISCUIT CO., LTD. tA1.0.\l{Y A AI.TA AA If you are contemplating the purcliase of a Solitaire Ring, we should be glad to have you call and look over our stock. Fine Diamond Rings, with handsomely inounttHl stones. Diamonds of largo or small carat. Also other Gem Rings in great variety. This is the best ap-pointed Jewelry store in town, and wo have the largest and most attractive assortment of Watches, Chains, 'Ear - Drops, Brooches, Bracelets. Lockets, etc., etc. Vf. J. Armstrong JEWELER ENGRAVER ' OPTICIAN. Agent for BELL PIANOS L H. FOWLER & CO. ' General niacksmitblng and Horseshoemg. Now buggies to order, carriage palot-ing, all kind.s of woodwork iu wag- ns, windmills, fanning ihillg, cream separators, grain picklers, l>la<:k- mitb coal. J UCTHBKipCE. AtBEliTA paid for. General Teaming^ When yon require your gardens ploughed, your yards cleaned up, 3ellars dug, or any other teaming done, SEE US, or phone 201, or Irop a post card in the ofBce, your order will receive our prompt atten-cion. CO Alt must be paid for .on delivery. Residence and stable east of the barracks. WTM. TAYLOR, LethbritTge P,\fi9 ttp 108 When you want DRAYING Done promptly and satisfactorily. JOHN BRODIE Synopsis. Coal Mining Regulations Coal mining rights of the Dominion, in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the Nortli-West Territories and British Columbia, may be loasixl for a term of twenty-one years at an annual rental of $1 an acre. Not more than 2,f"i60 acres will l)e leased tc oneapplici-int. 4 Application for a lease must Ije made to the Agent or Sub-Agent of the district in which the rights applied for are situated. In surveyed territory the land must be describetl by sections!, or legal sub-divisions of sections, and in unsurveyed territory the tract applied for shall be staked out. Each application must be ac. companied by a f