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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 27, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta Something Special in Town Lots This Week Have You Anything to Sell We Can Do Your Busiiiess Employees of the Brewery, Electric Light and Iron - Works We have a Snap that is bound to appeal to yon LANDSEEKERS We have Terms. Everything you Get our List. can desire on the Easiest of See what we have to offer It costs you nothing and may save you dollars. CLAUDE E. D. LOWE REAL ESTATE AND GENERAL AGENT Offices, Conybeare Block In Early Morning There's no poking, raking, rekindling and re-filling the range and then waiting for the kettle tG boil with a * Buck's *'Happy TbourfhT' Ranie Just turn on ths drafts and in a lew minutes you have a fine "toasting" fire for breakfast. Then, after breakfast, empty the aches with a single turn of the grate, put on coal, adjust the dampers and your fire is ready for the day's work. The "Happy Thought" Range doesn't "get out of bed on the wrong side." It's cheerful, bright, and willing in the morning. nraatforil TUa WlUl.m Bin;'.t Stova Cu. aiuutraat Wlnnlp.* ro,s.i.byG. L. Vrooman Dominion Exiiibition CHOPS 1 NO CLAIUCSHOLM. .SjiloiKlitl Jtolurns lor Farmers ii J'hat l>i.slrkt. LETMBRIDGE TO _ ^ HALIFAX .& RETURN for single: fare TICKETS GOOD UNTILOCTOBER 14il. For detniletl information, rates, etc.,, call on or adUri^ H'MACBETH, AkouI, Uthhri.l-o. (Claiwholiii HevioM .) Our liarwsl is pnuliriilly ovor iinU wi! urn now iilili! lo fully verify iho oiiCDiiraging esliniatcs hithorlo niule tviun (his ulliio-lluv.shiiig ban hcon liushfil to Ihu llitiit nil U'ock lis ilii* �'uallipr has l)ooii fuvornblo. Dili' olt'valors have Kfn ki>|rl v.- .\ Itus.v-'rFie racific has roreivwl ,4.-fiUO huslicls per fltiy und th� >i'\v 'Marosliolin lu-iirly ont-half that tr.n-iiunt during the past wot-k, althoiii^li luany are holding ths ai>!i) (hrcshed 00 ncre.s of ont.s wlili'li vicld.'d V.'i liushels per ncro. We are informed that a yield of .IC) bushels' i>er acre of Vo. 1 hard wheat has been ihreshinl in our �ic-inily hut ive ha,\e not been able to ascertain part iciilars. 'I'he facts prove that all ostiiWatcs have lieen exceeded and that Claies-holai will hold the banner as n .\y Mrs. Oalhrailh and family, n^tiifnod from the Kasl on .Saturday niglil. In convei-sation w'jlh the Herald, lie .-Jaid the weather in the Kust hud l>oen �arni. He had attondwi l:he llritish il(>ilical Convcttlion at 'U>-ronlo and had also takon courses in X Itay work at Uuft'iilo and Itelroit. lie was much im|>reS.sod with the s|iroad of knoaledgf about the west, especially in the American cities. I'eople there woi^e quite fainiliar with .Mberta. the richness of its^land and tile wondei'ful development that was taking' place. ]*eoplc knew whei'e l.ethbridKe w.ts now, a Htuli' hieiil I hat could not have been made a few .\ears ai^o. Secretary liarnes of the Hoard of Trade rers of vhi! parly.-.1. V. M. Stewart." The Trades and Tvabor rongress of Canada has decided to form ii political pnrt.v (i> bo known as "The Canadian Labor Party." luxM.kja.v  co.ui.vtJ JO rows. -Xnothei' draniat'ixution of the Sunday comic supiiloincnt is due. This time it is "Hooligan" who is |>orlra.ved under the calcium lig'it, Ine " Hooligan" v ho manages tt> .i;et into all soi-ls of t roid>!e onl.v lo l'((d> again nevi nwk with Ih.' same suiiliii.n- countenance. In Ills stage clotiies. "Hooligan ' has a hroad expansive smile that, is as good as a 'onic; and while the plot Hill not tire an.vono, the con!i:�d.\- is there, for all of "ffooligan's" in.'-haps for the past few .V(uirs hnvo \Ht'n boilcNl down into a three liour enterlainment. Yrl there ai'e claims made for "llooliyan" this time that are snnK'wluil musictii fare on earth for pleasuie, and. not hint; vulgar is allowed lo" creep into nis talk or mannerisms. Me is not like the average tiamnt^of the average "tramp" comedy; he can sing and dance, and hp can find trrtiiblii al-wa.vs waiting him, hut when he langb.s it o(T it .is only,to plunge into frofih dirtieuilies for the enjoyment of the aitdience. The plot contains many skillfiii'v contrived situations and uproariois l,V fnnn,v complications. The com pany carries a band and orchestra, and there will lie a Hoe glad to nU?et ihe Hoard and listen to their com -plaints. A meeting was called for that, cvdi-tng, when the Minister of Agricul -ture was present, lie tra.s given a copy of the correcte acres probable cro; 2o.(�0i� bushels. j Flax-100 aci-es probiible crop, (ilMi bushels. We U'lievi; figures to lie be- ! lov (he act Kal yield. j The Koni'il oT Trae a bae|iortment Iwtorn a bulletin was issued, what townships had sent returns. Mr. Finlay thought that imprac -ticable as it would cause delay. Mr. Nourse then inquired whether the Hoard could be given th� namv.-of the crop corrospoiKlenl in ' cv.'U district, so that'they couUI see the report that vas sent in. Mr. Finlay thought that could be done. Mr. Finlay look advantage of the meeting with the Board to.e.xplain the policy of his Department with regard to creameries and poultry fattening station.*!. Sonv discussion on the estabKish -ment of a creamer.v ensued and it is jirobalde that somv^thing will be don' frnm Ihe I'lvsident, .Mr. Finbi.\- pri>iiii.s(>d to send the agent of the l>,>par(mi'nt to confer with them on the matter. On nwilion of Mr. I'essenden .seconded b.\- Ml-. Harford a vole of I hanks to Mr. h'inbiy was |ias>v->d unaniniousl.v. .\ si;ro\n mi:ft 1x0. On Fi-ida.N' a Iritter attack on 4lr. Finlay appeared in the ('algary lt�r laid, in connection with the incor-I reel reports which inspired Air. I''in-I la.\- !ers of the lloar-i m�i' Trade Jiave any objection to re Ijiudiate the sentiments in leuay Alliance, and a clergyman who has gained .1 ijreat deal of notoriety, throtigli .' is campaign on behalf of the Sat>bath Observance law recently r�assed at Ottawa, .spent Sunday in the city, fn the afternoon he addrcss-jd a mass meeting of SaW^ath School .scholors and in the evening he addres.sed a mas.i tneetJng of the MethodLst, Biip' and Presbyterian congregations m Wesley church. The edi/ice was packed. Mr. Shearer is a fluent an.I forceful .speaker and his address, which dealt with Mie legi.siation ie-cently secured at Ottawa, was vc y closely listened to, Ju speaking of the. Sabbath hv; nai 1 it should be kept for higher cn-.i.! than the rest, oi the l>od.v. One issue ttt stake in the campaign for letter observance of the Sablmth ivas the national well licing. The character of the |�eople meant in�re lo a country than material progivss, .lie re-ferreath ih France had not done that country any good, but a lot 01 harm. France had had a long o.x-(>orionce without a Sunday und only recently a law had Ijcon passed for a �lay of rest. Sunday laws had been passeil in Spain, Ilclgi im, SwitzerlamI and Argentine ll.'public, mostl,y at the reeror of China was calling upon his |ieople to olwerve the Sabbath svs a day of I'est. Caa-ada's law, Mr. Shearer claims, was the ,t>f?st of all. . i'he lil>erty and general welfare 01 Ihe toiling masses were alwa.ys at stake i.n the discussion of the Christian SablMith. At present l.ni0,000 men were toiling �>n the Saldiatli in Canaay act lieiore the House of. Commons said that any Icgislat ive battle could be fought from oitt-.side the Abetters from -.on slitiients, the more the belter, .n variably inltiieticc the iiiemljers. The CI'.H. iise or they wouldn't have done so.  At the close of the service an r.f fering for the .\lliance was taken up. It reached about Sfi'i. .Mr. Shearer left for Medicine Hat on Monday morning. Come ond The largest nnd best lntncli\> , of one, two nntfl three yedr'f-'.-;, ~ old---:---^fi, Clyde and Shire Evw imported to Weiternjv,.. Alberta. I aell them right ' ' and f^narantee them right in every particular,-^rr^ X K. HINSHAW LOCK BOX 223 High River, . AIMfift Barnes & Co, REAL ESTATE and GENERAL AGENTS Oflicc-SccMJ Fiotr SMHluiri Bkck Pest Office Box 3 Telephone No. 122 CITY OF JJBTIIIRIOCE. Ari'LlCATIOJfS F�)r the position of Assistant CJty: rg Seeretttry-Treftsiirer; WM. SHAW Painter, rnpcr ITaBircr, Decorator, agent (or Kinpiro Wall Papers, from .'Vc. a roll up. Dent of work gUarnn'^ tceonnell and a resident mI this cit.v. His bride had syicnt u> o years as a school teacher in Afac � leod, where the couple became .'.c-(piainled. Mr. f!rafarj_-ton changMl hands. Mr. M. W. .V.c-Ken/.ie 00, and \\i lielieve, is- the largest (ran.sfer (o take place in this vicinit.v. Made for Northwest Wear. SUurieliVs VnshriiikaV>le I'n-dvrwciir i.'^ planned and knitted e.specia'ly Tor Northwest winter.'!. It defies the worst blizzard that comc.-i �lottn from the Ktoiulyke -~kc(rp.s you snug and warm, no matter how low the tliemiometer goes. Stanfieid's UnslirialLabie Underwear is soft, silky Nova Scotia wool -with the shrink taken a|it. It is kiiitteit i:i all sizes to contfortahty fit every fii^iire- and hold.s its .shui>c, no matter how otlen washed. liVciy gurtacnt i.>; ('uaranteed alisoltitciv uti.shriakublc. . IIKATII l�l" MItS. llAl.nWf.V. hAl.mVIX- f)ii .Augusl 2:1, at 200 Si. Pall ilk 'ideei. .Mrs. .-Vniiio liahl-wiii, mother of Mis. I)e Nilbiss and Mrs. .1. II. Manley of this'city. Funeral fnmi the above nihli'ess to . VIoiiiit I'lea.sant Cemetery, on Sot-iirda.\'. .August 2'i at 2 p.m.-Torou-. to Otolte. Mrs. Ilit.ldwin wiis the moth.jr ; of Ceo. n^ildwin of Lethbridgw. She was an old timer in this country, ; having come to Medicine Hat in 18.S;� . anfl residfj^J there for many .voars '; She was well known hern in earlv da.vs. ' _ " � narford. Simmons, n.\ lands, nam.-.'!. ^ f'.jnservativo morning dailv Cunningham. i.mio ix, started in Toronto. ----- . j Alex. Ferguson, Conservative, ims ./ohn Tolinie will l>e the Ijiberal [been elected by acclamation as mem- Lctlibridge Branch of TKe Pembroke Coiiitervntory of Mtttie I. GEORGE NARPEll, Oittctar PUPILS RECEIVED DAILY ' EVERY BRANCH TAUGHT Tlie moat advanced and progres. sive methods are employed ia each deiNtrtment. Studenta prewired tUt our own and llniveraity Exams. Theory, Singing. Violin, Mando-lin, Orchestral. Elocution, and Phyfliottl CuUure^lassea. CONCERTS. RECITALS, AND LECTURE RECITALS. Collegiate year from Septemlwr i istto June:H.)th. candidate for the House of Com mons vacancy 'n -Vorth Bruce. bcr for Cardwell in the Ontario Log- (RllltllfO, StDdios over Ms New S^. Si LETHBRIDOli:, ALTA. T�r�* Med�nt(. ~------ ;