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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 26, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta ,>.�,�ft,w.�t�''*�''i^'"' Rings ( Rings I ^"Gossip from"' Gem Rings set with Diamond's. Rubies, Pearls, Sapphires, Topnz and other precious stones. Band Rings Signet Rings Rings for Ladies, Gentlemen iiud Children. Call and see the display of Rings. C. Ross Tate The Jeweler Alberta's Capital You will be building possibly this season, nnd will require Bath Room Warm Air Furnace -OR - Hot Water System We are prepared to give you right prices nnd the bes,t of material. We make a specialty of this work and you are sure of satisfaction. Particular attention paid to jobbing. Sue us regarding your next job of electrical house-wiring. Phone 116. HicK (EL Wahely The Leading Tinners, Plumbers, Steam and Hot Water Fitters. DRRYING. y ? V X ? t x ? X 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 nil [parts of the city on short notice. v * I Western Warehouse & Transfer Go., Ltd. \ X A Office-First door south of Opera House v Phone tili While You Wait Shoe Repair Shop. OUK WuK.iv is invariably satisfactory! We take-all sorts of contracts for Electrical Work for equipping now buildings or fit-ting up old ones. Wiring for electric lighting, bells, burglar alarms, annunciators, motors, cooling aud ventilating fanB, etc. McKenzie & Roy Office- Kedpath St, Lethbridgo Phone 204 Stock Saddles Farm Harness, Concord Harness, Straps, etc., always on hand. We can guarantee you complete satisfaction. Lethbridge Saddlery CO. Men's shoes soled and heeled in UO minutes. Price $1.00. - GERMAN West of Bentley Co. HOl'Sti W.V.VTKI). Wanted to ivnt ii cottage of about flvti rooms. Ono with stable preforr-oil. Apply llox 351, Ivethbridge. M-a-10-17 WANTED l> (icnernl servant, wanted at o��. Apply to Mrs. U A. Wright, �uff�r-in Street. -8(1- Kdmontnn, Sept. .2!l.-Premier Itn-j therford is in the en�t this w.vk enn-j ferring with the liovernmenl nl Ol-j t�wa nnd attending the inaugural ion j of President falconer of Toronto In-1 I vomit y. The hit tor institution will; confer the degree of upon Mr. Kulherford. who is considered ono of, foremost men in cdueat imi.il rircl-s j lit the west. As e\er,vhod.\ knows ho, Is minister of education for Allit'rta nnd ho devotes 11 great dim I of niton; lion to thi> ndminist rut ion of this do, part meat. Alberta will nlwii>s pos-j 90RS an advanced educational system ns long as Air. Kulherford is direct-1 ing nftnlrs. A Macleod pupor takes a license in spector, incidentally the llconso 1I0 pui'ttnout at Kdmunlon, to task fur prosecuting unlliviiseil lii|iii>r selWs in thai town. It Is 11 poor position for 11 respectable pn|>er to assume. Hon. Mr. Truss is pro\ibg that he Is a strong administrator and in no resiieot more than Ids conduct of the license department. He is having tin. pxcellent license law. passed nt the last session of the legislature, enforced lo the letter. Hotel keepers must obey tin? law and unliconsod places must bo got rid of. Thai ii tho ordor of tin- Minister and the I Macleod Gazette seems to think it is too stringent. The friends of loin-pernnce and morn Illy will think otherwise and thoy ought to l*> pleased ; rush.-r that this department Is in the hands bridge nut of such a fearless administrator. hnguui; Farmers in the south are under oli- him m ligation to the Pepnrtmclit of Agrl- will In- ,,n culture again. Hon Mr. Kin lay has u|> .,n Ins arrungod for Prof. Campbell, the dry1 farming export to make another \ i-.it ; to Albertn and explain his eeh-hrat-I'd system. This will lie gratifying' news, as his visit this year was very helpful to the farmers. It may surprise many people to know that since the beginning of the year 101 new school districts have boon created in tho province It in ilicatos tho growth of Albert 11 uml shows nlso thai the newcomers are unxioiiN for educational privileges, n proof that the settlors wo are securing are of the right sort. It is also gratifying to learn that the province has almost reached the stage when it can supply its own teachers. Previously schools have had to loi.\ n. Ontario Vi pe.ogues and I h.7 sometimes not ens\ to secure This year there is a big class at the provincial normal school They are nearly all Albertnns and are prepar-ing to tench sohools in the province. Hon. Mr. Rutherford while in the 'east will at tend the bampiet of the I Canadian Manufacturers As-.ni lat ion J in Toronto. W. A. ltuchamin. who is looking after the organi/ivliou of the legislative library. suci-eeiled in procuring some rare books while in Knsiern ("a natla this summer. Among the number nre "An Aceount of th- \>Mnni-boine and Saskatchewan I'.xploring Expedition" by Ilindo, issued in 1H.V.I nnd eight volumes of Sir Snnford Fleming's original reports on the C. I'.H. survey from 1S71 to lssn. These volumes contain very interest- j ess. Ing and valuable information and the provincial librarian was fortunate in being able lo pick tliem up. As a result of public ownership of telephones in Australia substantial' reductions have been made in rotes, and tho use of the telephone greatly { stimulated thereby. Tho rale lie-' tween Sydney and Melbourne. (in"> I miles, has lieon llxod at SI.21 fori Ihriv minutes by day and 00 rents j by night. These rates will stand for! three months and then will be ivtluc- j oil if the traffic warrnnls. It is wor-i thy of remark Unit the rate between j Edmonton and Calgary, a distance of | loss than 200 miles, ns charged l,y j the Hell Telophooe Co. is SI.2u with-' in a cent of the charge for talking three times the distance over a gov-, ernment line is Australia. Hates will drop when the Allloi-tn government lino comes Into operation and ^Llt' people will appreciate then the true value of the government ownership policy of the llulherford administration. So more striking testimonial to the groat benellts to lie derived from public ownership could I e offered than 1 lies.- figures from Australia. The comparison with the Alberta rates of the lloll Co. is only on a par with rates in Eastern Canada, .lust nu instance. The rate between Montreal, and Toronto, :i:i:t miles, is S2 for three minutes in the daytime and the night rate $1. To Quebec city, CIO miles, the rates from Toronto are $2.75 and $1.40 Compare those figures with the Australian rates and deeldefor yourself if government ownership does not enable tho people, who use the telephone, lo keep a lot 01* money in their pockets every year Sorcnseli left Mowvllle en route for Clnresholm as Mr. Williams' threshing nut IH is supposed to have arrived from Dakota. We all Join in with best wishes of success to Mr. Williams as lii'. outfit will be the llrsl to loi-at." in llowville. Mr Williams has employed a lirst class engineer from Illinois. Mr. Lain. The recent snow slorni was to toughen up our mail carrier, Mr. Paulson. Opposition is the life of trade, .lust notice the opposition in tho Howvillv news Sin ress to both parties. Ilowxilie is just 11 bit ahead for mostly nil their grain was harvested I before the snow slorni. .lust dare | us with a railroad. | How \ die has It. U. on the brain ! and we also have brains on the railroad. Mi Hitchcock returned from where be sold his Percheron horse We have not boon abie to ascertain the price bnl Mr. Hitchcock gets the top ' pritv. He sa\s he will have n horse | for llowville no\t .\onr. j fbe work on Messrs Huberts and 1 l!e\ nobis grniiur\ is rapidly progivss I �I1K. j Mr Harry While is again among! the boomers of HoumIIo. Mr. While Iliad unite a se\ere attack of rheum- ! nt ics. 1 Information fmm the IVpartnient of Agriculture luis Ihvh received stnt ing that a herd l.iw can not be obtained so we will hex,' |n ( r\ 111 ill lit I In w I'rieiids of Mr .1 II. Ilemner xxill lie pleased lo hear that he is kept Unite busy on his farm lie is 11 M r 11 'inner helped 1 x't h- Rogers - Cunningham Lumber Co., Ltd. YARD -Successors to George Rogers; NORTH OF THE TRACK Builders Supplies of Every Description Wholesale and Retail x\ lieu ilex x\ allied a good , � man W  lin|s- xve xvill need IViw x ill.- .1 - Iniiicii)!!' man 11,.] of i h � I'irst nnes toprnXe Inuii' -; � id He is pre! t v ' 1 a baguage man 111 11 homesteader. I le iild I e missed any | 41 4) � 4) � Lumber Shingles Mouldings Building Paper Doors Windows Lime Lath Tar Paper Cedar Fence Posts Lethbridge.Taber, Stirling, Raymond. Magrath, Coleridge  l w 1 h 1 pi>-tl\ W"!l The \ illllge I.I.k 111 1 i|iiite bii'-y on Mend.1 \ . I'lliliel'X tm- the 1.ill XXi'lk. If x mi want a v-.l drilled consult with .lohii .1 oliiisnii He has had good success at tins kind of work fhe nirhl man at t |� nclil work is the phrase to us, Our store ki"o|�t has Irish meal on hand xxheiiexer it >au be obtained. Mrs l.ano and d.iu^hier railed Mrs I .ukens on Mniulny It Ioik'soiii.' for auxniio tn stay alon. mi is iput  in the results xx ill 1 he near future xiciiiity iu\. 11 divtriei will coiii-i'liine frmi. (his new countrx but be a ciiod counl i> in The settlers in tin getting remix' t" organize lo iiuproxe roads Work Hieing, as soon as return> the lit'partm.'Ut 01 Agriculture Mr Carl Petersnn has painted 11 new sign for los mot hers post otlleo and store liepoi'ts are that all the n|i�' grain xx ill lni\e to be cut with a mower and only one way. fare xxill be a dance at Swart lig-uivs on l'lidnx. Sept. *JO. I Miss Margie Thomson in mi the improve I .lohu llark is again in this xiein j il.x. .ImIui is still mi the road In sue' 1 l-'roin aunt her Correspondent. i . l>'on Hums spent Saturday ami Sunday at .lohn lloivsor's. h'.d Hell has sold hih saddle horses and saddle to .li.hu I'm user and start oil fur It. (' .lohn look him tn I>-t Ii bridge Sept . St School began in lllerk Spi ing \ .il-hy School Hist riit Sept '.1 with thus Murray as teacher. ijuite a number of cluldivn finui nut nl' the dist riot will attend \'\el.> pleasant tune xxas s|i-id by the young people at the home nl John llowser S.iturilnx exeiiiug. ('has Adams and Nate llowser pass  ��I thi'niiirh her.' on Weilnesihix ell route for Nat's iii'i.h i>-turning I'n day exeiimg bringing a bunch of horses lluuli S.bbald x ,-it d at Hobt Itol't Htirns' 'I'uesila;. simI rioirsd.ix Mr Sibliilil has been f.-liiig ipiile pool!.! I'llt is nu th. g:ll|| at present Ira Iturns has bis gram nil stacked and is preparing tn no t hrevliing Mis Ifol.i Harm si.'iit from Satin i dux until Mondiix xxitb Mrs I .ink 1 Win. Ki \ is xxorkmg for Seln.'x J 'I linlllpsnu t Ills \xeek j Tli.' scbnnl iii-pet-lor from r.ilgary XXlls nllt last XX�)el. Visit |||g Illinois Miss II,nifonl. who ha-, b.s'll SlilX ing in l.elhbridce. is ugaiu at home .logll Olson is eilttillL: \ T Knot's xx inter wheal It l> WnnlleX' has lililsheil pulling up 11 swell new granary for Hubert lte> Holds. (I Ottol bus r.'turned from C.ilga-rx. He says llowville crops are far ahead of I'algiirx's. (ieo. Ciillihan from Oregon piissed through here last xvi-ek looking for horses. On his wax he slopix-d to x isit Thus. Heycraft. Alice and Scott Williams and Neva Talbot are staving at Alex Casements and at tending school.  i TRY WM. OLIVER --FOR- Everything required in the construction of a Building, Lumber and all kinds of Mill Work  Oflioo, Yards mid Factory-Corner Round ind Bompns Streets nv to Calgary nnd Cranbrook. Mel]) to ^"ild up Letiibriugo and n local industry by patronizing Do not sond all your mono j) to '-ild up Letiibriugo and Oliver's P .ining and Lumber Mills. Telephone 153 St. .Joseph, Levis. July 14, 1907 Mi nurd's Liniment Co., Limited. Gentlemen,-I was badly kicked, by my horse last Slay and after using several preparations on my let; nothing would do. My leg was black its .let 1 was laid up in bed for a fortnight and could m.i wnlk- After using three bottles of Minimis Liniment I was perfectly cured, so that ] could start on this rood. Jos. Dubes. Commercial Traveller Some men excuse profanity on tho ground that it is a safety valve on their temper. But tho mora they swear the more. �the safety valve is called upon to act. A Society Secret �R* Frosh Tiii.Tlol.Ono Cup Sweet ("ri'iuu. .Ta\ o'clock Tea Cake........'i To Im> taken every afternoon at 5 o'clock. This prescript ion can be fill-f> I by any up-to-date grocer. If your grocer does not carry 'Re;al Blue'' goods, wrile to the factory, giving your grocer's name, and we will send a lockage direct. Wait fur AIIiIhi'ii-It'h ii Soda hinniit ">�" ALBERTA BISCUIT CO., LTD. .I.tl. C.\l.li.\IIV A ALT A A A General Teaming. When you require your gardens ploughed, your yards cleaned up. Cellars dug, or any other teaming lone, SEE US. or phone 201, or Irop a post curd in the office, your order will receive our prompt attention. COAL must be paid for �>n delivery. Residence and Btablo east of the barrackB. WM. TAYLOR, Lethbridge Rinc up 108 When you wont DRAYING Done promptly and satisfactorily. JOHN BRODIE BOWVILLE. (Held over 'from last wivik.) Dowville, Sept. 14.-Miss Marjory Thomson is quilc sick wilh xvlmt is thought to be pneumonia. OxciiiK to tho v^'t veil I her all threshing hands have returned to their respective homes. Tho snow storm last week xvas followed by the return of Sec.-Treas 14 ii kens. Mr. 1 .ukons ri-pnrls thai in and around leavings there was ipiHe a con sidornbly larger snow fall, by which much damage was done to standing grain, ns there is quite a lot, uncut. Messrs. Anna I, Williams, Lain and l| Not (or young men only, but for gentlemen of mati::e years arc the Semi-ready designs fashioned. I Good judges of good clothes know that Se ii-reau- Tailoring is the modern way of getting what you want when you vunt it. I If you tire contemplating the j purchaso of a Solitaire King, we ! should bo glad to have you call and look over our stock. Fine Diamond j Kings, with handsomely mounted stones. Diamond*) of large or small earn). Also other Gom Kings in , great variety. This is the best up- pointed .Jewelry store in town, and : wo have tho largest and mostattrac-jtivo assortment of Watches, j Chains, Ear - Drops, Brooches, ! Bracelets. Lockets, etc., etc. W. J. Armstrong JEWELER ENGRAVER OPTICIAN. Agent lor BELL PIANOS The SitfiKI ul Sitfcty Fine Sack Suits in Serges and Worsteds at $20 and $25. The $18 Suits arc made from less expensive cloths and linings. L H. FOWLER & CO. Semi-ready A. SOUTHARD, Tail aiiormg Lethbridge ' General lllucksmilhlug and Horseshoeing. Now buggies to order, carriage painting, nil kinds of woodxvork iu wag- ns, windmills, fanning mills, cream separators, grain picklers, bla-:k- mlth coal. UCTHBKIDCE. ALBEItTA paid for. Synopsis, Coal Mining Regulations Coal mining rights of the Dominion, iu Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, the Yukon Territory, the North-West Territories aud British Columbia, may be leased for a term of twenty-one years nt an annual rentnl of $1 an acre. Not more than 2,;">t�0 ncies will lie leased to one applicant. i^- Application for a leaso must lie made to tho Agent or Sub-Agent of the district in which the rights applied for are situated. In surveyed territory tho land must be described by sections, or legal sub-divisions of sections, and in unsurveyed territory tho tract applied for shall be; staked out. Each application must be accompanied by a fee of $5, which will bo refunded if the rights applied for are not available but not otherwise. A royalty shall be [mill on the merchantable output of the mine at the rato of Bve cents per ton. Every lessee of coat mining rights which are not being operated shall furnish the district Agent of Dominion Lands with a sworn statement to that effect at least once in each year. The lease will include the coal mining rights duly, but the leasee may be permitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may lio considered necessary for the working of the mine at the rate of $10 an acre. For full information application should be made to the Secretary of the Department of tho Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or Sub-Agent of Dominion Lands. W. W. CORY, Deputy Minister of the Interior N.B.-Unauthorized publication of this advertisement will not Oj^. ;