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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 12, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta �* i THAT BIG Minneopol CO Has secured 200,000 acres south and east of Lethbtidge. They will be locating hundreds of Homeseekers from all parts of the United States and Canada Auction Sale Saturday, April l4th (loiiimoMciiiii- at 2;j() sliarp npimsifo Whiliioy"s Li very staldo following: Olio Autoiuobik', 2 Wa^ioiis, 1 set of work Huruess, 1 Bnggy, 1 set single Harness, I  2 Horses, 2 Mares, 1 team of ^\'ork Horses. GU8 NEIDIG Auctioneer TABOR is GRCWWgI * whole U-nRllj nnrt width of the bnitrting. opposite the new Lemon Hotel, whih! TrolHsrt & Wood occupy a neat (l store neurcr the residential quarter. As far as \vc could make out on a nuick ramble through the village, theisj are, in aMdition, n gent's fur-nishinir storo. two btitchor shops, Kovcrnl restaurants, a tailor shop, a j ji>�cllry store, a couple of barber ! .thop.';. and olhnr ptneos of liusincss. IF YOU WANT YOUR FARM, OR RESIDENCE. A rrncnASEH fok R.VNCri, lU'SIXESS. WHITE OR C-'ALL X I I High-Class Confectionery I Boyd's - Candy O.S.KNISELYI Wni. Pioliert, a live ami rcspeotod titiwn, is overseer of the village. Ho is the right man m t'hc right spot. nntlTivbor will never m' Ijehind wi'th liim at tlic helm. Agent Nortli American Land Co. BALirORAL llOTi-]!. - El'THBRIDGE - I All the Freshest Fruits on the Market e���Mt -^e�6!�>�ai�g Great Auction Sale Of Houseliold Fiiriiitnre. belougins ?din j the prairie provinces. As smut is a plant and without doubt grows froin. 1 soe.l like bodies, there is more dan-I g'er of no.xt fieason's Umiitty ; than over before. I A f/i-actieal remedy is to treat the J. ; .-^eod grixiii before solving, so as to �iciestray 'the adhering smut spores. ? �This rnny be done by dipping seed *{* I grain before sowing in a solution of of .blucstone in S gallons of Jt, I rnin water, or by sprinkling the A 11 _ 1 I same over the grain and turning ' it /\lD0rLa ? over thoroughly with a shovel untTl - V I every griiin is wet. Sow as soon as Will ko Onpno5 00 Souvenir Cook, was S43.00; now................S;34 TKI Souvenir Cook, was 48.00. now...............39 00 Come in and see them-it won't cost yon a cent. Remember there are otdy 18. Snifill stoves from .7.50 to 17.00. CENTRAL a. l. HARDWARE a^rooman STORE TaVior's postofflce affords nvighty poor accommodation for that growing place. It is about the size d.' a ticket oflico at a circus. 'E}aoug!-partinent, has handctl us the following 'MJopfs," which, if followctl by our citizens, will rodiico serious con-ffaera'tibns to a minimum In this town: 1. Don't pla'co a kcro.scno lamp or other lii^iit whcixj a blown curtain can reach it. 2. Don't ffo to tod and k!a\-o a kerosene lamp burning. a. Don't leave matches about except in nietal or earUicn receptacles. 4. Don't keep nuaitchos where ntioc can get at them. , it. Don't place ashes in wooden receptacles. 6. Dont neglect to" watch oil stoves w4ien in use. 7. Don't leave a room where Vat is boilint(. 8. Don't U.SC an open grate without n screen. l>. Don't use kerosene to kiivdle fires.'' , 10. Don't leave oily rags about. 11. Don't iwglect to ascertain the cause of 'unusual smoke or smell of smoke; if it 'indicates -fire 'telephone to the Fire Hall. 12. Don't itelay sendmg in nn alarm when you discover fire. 1,'J. Don't hesitate to-send in an alarm if you cannot - fin�l �the catisc of:imiisual smoke in your building. 14. Don't invite fires by neglecting to guard against and to bo prepared! for them. Don't forget tlie ntmibor of Fire Ifall telephone is 64. FORMEK ALDEKTA COWBOY, We had a few minutes chat with Mr. Mitchell, 't'h We.stminstcr Jiond a. M. Iffttch, late 11. s. govern mciTt agent hero, is now associalerl with the Alljertn JJealty Co, Mr Match hn.s unbounded faith In tlii district, aral thinks the time is clos ut hand when it will be woll settled wi'lh prosperous farmers. Me is also a firm 'believer in irrigation, and is not backward in saying that irrigat ed will soon be worth $100 or more an acre. Tlcal estate has been Ijooming in town this week. 0. 11. Bowman, the enterprising real estate agent, finds the cleniard unusually brLsk, due, ho l>elieves. to the desire of the public to secure lots before the railroad iii'.-^ following. All Frc-sh: haif ounce m each gallon of water; J* j o"ne pound of formalin in 32 gallons Yiof water u-ill treat 27 bushels of oats or :i2 bushels of wheat. Blue-stone and forn'ialin is much better for treating oats and barley. After treating . with formalin the seed grain should be hea|>et. dis earthly fire b;irn till every fiurt of it is a bilin and bulj-htin blaze. D^H\ throw this man into this earthly lire, and the dilTerancc between the houtness of Satan's hell fire and his earthly fire is that dis man 'would fix>eze to death in t'hc earthly fire. This-is how warm hell is."-Waco Times Herald, Frank A. Walker, the mcinler for l-'ort Saskatcltewan in the Alberta Legislature, is a Canadian by birth, having coinu west with his parents lu '8a from Lucan, Onti Spending a year in Winnipeg, Hr. Walker's fatrh-er and mother came out to Agricolo before a railway was thought of in this country, and Frank A. Imt ac-acquired the experiences, of life right in Northern Alticrta, having been engaged in farming, stock raising and -store keeping �t Agricola and Fort Saskatchewan. Mr. Walker has always been an active worker on the r..iberal -side of politics, having hcM the post of secretary, and act�d ex-ofTicio, ns it wcre,:�s the spirit and mainspring of the party ot the F&rt, and his election to the I;�gislBture was undoubtedly his due. Suporiivtcndent Wilson has Ijeen busy this week hearing charges oi^inst miners who pnrticipatod in the disturbances, at No. 3 last week. Thco. Dorovicks watt charged with participwting in an unlawful assembly and assaulting Louis Albert. He was cuminttted 'for trial on both charges.- Albert was badly cut about the liead in both Tuesday and Wednesday nifht's riots. On Tuesday he was attacked by a couple of hundrcd until his head was cut open. On Wednesday night, when the trouble began, ho rushed to the assistance of the police, showing that he di>d not lack plenty of valor. He was able to be around and give evidence this week. Strikers named Kfiszas, Ijiptake, Topa, Szarka and Hoar, W!i#e committed for trial on the (dmrgo of papticipating in tlte disturbance. As the barracks^ here is crowded, they will be taken to Mac-leod to aw�it their trial in ,Tune. W. C. Ives, on their behalf, will eiKleav-or to secure bail. The striker.1 have been quiet this week. The mounted police were rc-ii.forcrd after last week's disturl>-ance. rThc news of the cor^hict of the mob was sent all over Canada, and naturally put this town in a bad light, and took away from the strikers any sympathy they might have possessed amongst citizens here and elsewhere. Hon. William Henry Gushing, Minister of Public Works, Avho spoke here Tues.-tay night, is a native of Ontario, the place of his birth being Kenilworth, in the County of WeK lington. His father, Wm. Gushing, was a farmer. Ho received a public school education, and followed the business of contracting until 188S, when ho located in Calgary, and is now the head of the firm of Guabing Bros., sash and door manufacturers, which was established in 1900. }{ranches of this firm have been opened at Edmonton and in Regina, and at other points. Mr. Cashing has been/one of the most successful business men in Alberta. He ' has been mayor of Calgary, and for a number of years alderman. He has been president of the board of trade. Ifc has been twice married, hia present wife being (onporly Miss Mary Waters, of Kenilworth. Be is a pronMneiil moinbor of the Bfethodist Church. .\T THE POLICE COURT. RoM. McKray came into town last week and cut things loose. He smashed windows in order to let people know be was around. The police mvtjCANl htm, and he had to pay a fine of $5 and costs, and also meet the damages he caused to property. � � Andrew Dusik wat drunk and disorderly, and sma^ed some property belonging to.a f^inaman. Ila was fined f 5 and costa. and had to pay Sa damages. T�8. Wciirii got drunk and is now spending 14 days in goal.. I'wo big mec'tings in the interest of \\. V. Simmons, Liberal candi date, were held within the past week. On Friday night last Mr Simmons and Dr. De Vebcr spoke Mr. jSlwrman appearing also. It was nii;\'�1y aliair, and the Labor candi date even went so far as to call Jlr Simmons a liar, but the Liberal nominee handled his case splendidly and had the sympathy of the audi ence, outside of the more ardent supporters of Mr. Sherman. On TtKsday evening the hall was packod, when one of.^thu most successful meetings of the'campaign ^vas held. A Id. Ol iver prcsidwl, and the speakers �>vero Hon. W. 'H. Cushing. Air. Simmons, Duncan Marshall, W C. Jves, on behalf of Mr. KijUer, and Mr. llolbrook, for Mr, Sherman. Mr .Simmons made a most effective speech, 'and delighted 'his supporters with the able and clear way in which ho disoussorl- the issues Messrs. Ives and Holbrook made charges and insinuations against the Litjerals that were riddled, to the 'delight of the crowd, by Duncan Marshall. Mr. Marshall had the audience with him from the start, and two or tbwe interrupters pot more than Ihiy l>arg>ainod for. As speaker he is a cyclone, and h:5 swejit the statements made by t'he Opposi't'ion representatives clean oli their feet. Mr. Marshall's spaecn was one of the be-st ever hoard here Mr. Gushing impressed all his hearers with his honesty and ability as an administrator. He does not rr-)-fcss to i;c a spellrbimler, but dealt with 'the public problems in a ijusj-nes.s-like way. Mr. Gushing is'a hns-iness man, and is carrying businiiss met'hoKis into Ihc administration of his department. When C. K. Vahey infjuired; "Will Lct/hbridgc rocirlvo its share of public moneys whether a Oove'rnment oi' � Opposition candiditte is elected?" Mr. Cashing raplioJ, "It makes no difference to ma which party Ixi+hbri'dge supports, I will sf.� that .vou will always get what you are entitled to," there was an otitburst of applause. F. H. Sherman held his final rally m Oliver's Hall last night. .las. Sandham was chairman. .Ins. Ashr croft made a few remarks on the labor question, and was followed by the candidate, who, ns usual, roundly abused his opponents, making his customary insinuations and reflec-t.ions. On Tuesday evening Mr. Sherman spoke at r.rijiuond. Mr. KclTer and J. W, M.Hilf; M. L. A., also made addresses NOT DUE TO DEFECTIVE SIDEWALK Mrs. Henderson's accident dtie to a,defective sidewalk, cd in. another column. was not as stat- Vt. Mit.yre s majority in Struth- "i>', -S'cona wag over 1,000,' MacMillan, Colquhon fi* Beattie Brandon -Manitoba SUFFERED FOR FIVE YEARS W'lTlI^ KIDNEY AND LIVER TROUBLE, Hon. William Thomas Fintay, Min-i.ster of Agriculture, is a native of Ireland, lieing the only roomiber of the Cabinet who is not Canadian horn. He was:, born at Lisbum, Ireland, on .luly 12, 1852. After " a private education, umlcr the tuition of Rev. Mr. White, he came to Canada in 1874, and received employment with merchants: in Montreal. Mr. Finlay has been � resident of Al-Iwrta for 22 years. .In 1883, he came west and settled in his present:hoQw in Medicine Hat, where ho-first engaged in the lumber business.. Since that, however, ho has IJfeon interested "1 sulTercd for five years with kid-j �n ranching,: having: organlfcd 1*6 �ey and liver trouble, which caused Medicine Hat Ranching Company, .^cverc pains across the backhand a'which has large ranches in :Southern GRIP KNOCKED OU^. "Some weeks ago, during the severe wipter weather, both my wife and myself contracted severe colds, which speedily developed into the worst kind of la grippe, with all its misorablu symptoms," says Mr. J. S. Egleston, ot Maple Landing, Iowa. "Knees f^nd Joints aching, muscles sore, head stopped up, eyes and nose ..running, with alternate t^pclts of chills and fever. We. began using Chanttbcrlnin's Cough Remedy, aiding the same with a double dose of Chamberlain's Stomtich and Liver Tablets,' and b,y its liberal use soon completely knocked out the grip" Sold by all druggists. \: -At Raymond last ni^t a rousing L.txiral meeting was held in the meeting house. Dr, Rivers made en admirable ohairman. Addresses were given by Hon. W: H. Gushing, .1. W. Woolf, M. L. A., Duncan Marshall find W. A. Buchanan. Except/ionally fine music was contributed by the Clarke family, of Stirling, An excellent band and orchestra also assisted. � �-- SEEDING TREES ARRIVE. The A. R. &' I. Go. have just received a consignntent of seeding trees from 'th^ Dom'inion Government to 1:e distributed amongst the settlers J'oople 'in the immediate nelghbor-hoc'd of Leth'bridge will need to hustle and get in their orders. ' . --o-1-� REM ICY GUILTY OP MANSLAUGHTER DR. P. W. TULLER PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON LETHBRIDGE Jfflce-0�er Ott'n n.irber Shop. Hour*-ltl:3n to i;>:iNl noon; 3:t)t an advance of one cent an hourin pay; they asked for two. .There ia no recognition of the union, but the men are to be allowed to retain their mombersh'lp in the union. No nrbltrot'ionclatiso is inscrtod; The coat of the iKriko was S41,000 to the cpmpany, and 920,000 to the men. -The terms were accepted by the men at a mosM meeting held at noon today. The men get all other con-crantonH aaked. : -There ,w�a a great acene at the closc'of the conferehco at 18,80, The men i^oAred and; tang. All the cara wer� withdrawn from the' strMta 18 o'clock, la o'clock by the old hands; IIlcna/ Mono,, April 9,^Tho jury in the Remoy murder caiw this morning brought in a verdict of man-Blaughtor, and Remcy..will bo, sen tenced on Saturday. This wos the second Ttrial of Rsmey fur tho murder of Wasson Oliver. Rciney received the verdict with the utmost calmness. �"" SIFTON BACK IN CABINET. Ottawa, April 10.-Ldvergno, Mf. P., predicts that wiiMh a year OHf-, ford Sifton will bo back in the'Db^ minion Cnlvinci as minister of;the interior. . ' '| Hon. Chas, Fttzpatrick is to t� chief justice of the/supreme court of 'Canifda. � : Premier Oouilt refused' the Nova Scotia 'governorship. ITeix? is the kind of an .obituary ^^a �ioorg'in editor "put "up' for n man: 'Poor Jim Jones slung his earthly garments on itt limb and swam iJhe river yostopda.>*. Ho did not: stand, bocausi? the water was cold, but plunged right in and struck for � t'h�i other shore and' mot tlfo: angels smiling, JiinrAvas a poors mahi' but he at had his snbscrlpiion, 'to his: 'fabim and wiU:^t>e mann�d at I paper paid up, and got tbcrc in good I shape. ETHBRIDCE. RAYMOND. STIRUNG. TABOR, It Will Pay You To See Our Stock Beforei BuyiugElsPvhere. Building Material We cn supply yoa with S�*heB Ooors.|Wiod�>w aid Door Frracs Office. Bank aad HoMsc FitUifs. FINISHED LUMBER & TURN 1NG8 OF ALL KINDS Clrnr and common lumber on band Quotations promptly,given on nptlicatioii CRANBROOK Sa[b & Door Facto ly CRANBHOOK. B C FOR SALE,. A Smith-l'rcmior Tyi�ewri(er in excellent condition. Apply L, Pabai. Lcthbridgo Hotel,  FOR SALE, .For 9alo,-�' Ave,'roomwl cottage on two lots; cheap for cash; mora lots If required. ;