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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 12, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta p. SRASS GOODS Fafi banks and Globe. and Check Valves, ail sizes, 'kept in stock. H Stewart xx. I Stoves CgL Ranges Are guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction We also carry a complete stock of Plumbing Fixtures and .Supplies HILL'S BIG TRANSCONTINENTAL ROAD St. ilinn, April Hill, first vice-president of the Greiit Northern, and who is destined in time to succeed the vast interests of ,his father, .Fames J. Hill, was'asked jlhis evening as to the correctness of tho' circumstantial story to the cnVot. 'that his father would build a thir-u trtuiscoitUitental line in Canada. Mr. Ujll lit ivl I'm' ii lilO- JMK'iit, ami said "Sometimes you j newspaper, fellows do contrive to gel invHy-near the irue situation. This is certainly live case in the matter J; t-lw .Montreal story concerning the I CJreat Nor thorn line across thy Dominion. The re- port certainly .contains more faois I than are usually found in newspaper I statements of tluit -Kliwi. "t thiivk it must ho the result of observations jlhat have been made by parties that have travelled recently .through West- jern Canada from the "i'acifie Coast. I They have noted the Yufferii'nt lines Crass, hills, 'it will eventually be continued to lirowning, in the Ulack- :Vet country, aivd will tap the 'oil anil coul section of Southwestern Al- berta. Plans are that, the Soo ex- tension shall pass into 'the State of Washington, wheiv it will likclv link up with the C. JJ. it. line .from WITH OUK LEGISUTOM Bdmontoii, April tho Legis- lature today .Mr, Cushing's public works bill and tho tunemlments .re- specting villages''Went through w 1'or lirst and secuwl reivdlngs.. Jr. the properly, and that u. wife may bo k'i't 'out altogether of the mil. i The will probably up for -reading 'tomorrow. TO DEATH. public works uct the only umemhuent to the TeiTitoi'hl Xml- hi clause 39, where it iimuce was CHILD (Prom the Paper.) Kihel XSoddard, the six-year-old l. in fll 11 was provided -that the party claim- daughter of. Mr. ana Mrs. 1. 1 ing extra iwleimiity above that of-, dard, Blainuore, 'was fat-ally Vahk. on the- Crow's Xost liue. to I w fcred by the department whoa prop-1 burned while- playing aroun-d a Ine Ask your tickot agent tor tickets via the Wisconsin Central Ry. Milwaukee, Chicago, and AH Points East South miii-ht nut Tuesday morning and a branch will pass through "Washington along Hs north- ern boundary to Hie Coast, and. into the heart of the Northern'ter- Ottawa. April Hill Jorces inv leathering in strength 'to secure further'legislation ly which'the Am ttricnn Hull way of Waster Canada may made It woujd he idle to say that UkO pres- ence of Jllll's lobbyists Ls not. causing considerable uo-ncern A, EASTON OF J HARNESS, SADDLES, AND GENERAL HORSED FURNISHINGS 9 DEALEKS IN TRUNKS AND VALISES, MITTS, GLOWS, ROBES, WHIPS, TENTS, AWNINGS, WAGON COVERS, HAY AND GRAIN, ETC, AN OLD TIMER -WITH THE- OLD BRANDS OF LIQCOES ASD CIUAKS IN.A NEW S T AND Just drop into my new quarters aud your- self that I am up-to-date. The cleanest and briglitcai shop in Southern Alberta. iuiide-r construction in Hritish CoHim- ami eastward, 'nnu have put two and two together with uppro'ximate- ly correct- result." The (Ireat Northern has not, in spite of all rumors to the contrary, the slightest interest in or connec- tion w'ith the Canadian Northern be- fact that we lease a s' piece of Canadian Noriheru line from the Minnesota boundary to Winni- peg. The Canadian Noriheru will not, as.reported, form a part, of the Ore'at Northern's projected line to the Pacific Coast. As to -the lease o .the line iiKMitionod, we have alivad: 'secured our own terminals in. th [Manitoba capital, and we shall bulk i -v Winnipeg line of our own. I then be' completely in-dependent of 'the Canadian Northern. The new transcontinental line of it he' CJreat Northern will be finished A year or more sooner than the ;0rand" Trunk Pacific is built through to the Coast. Our line includes only some SOO or'900 miles that arc'still to-ho constructed west of Winnipeg. The (Sraml Trunk t'ucific- has -done no-thing there vet. Jt 'has -been .stat cd 'that the C-rand Trunk .Pacific must take four or five years to com- plete its but finish. ours within' two, or, at, any rate, three yours from' now. It is conji-cn.u-ed by .those .who are i familiar with the coalitions north of itho boundary that from now ou (merry war will' waged for supre- macy m the railroad building in Western Casia-dti. Mr. .11111 has long bix-U'iiri'he saddle, and is eager to match his brains'" aiid capital witl j brilliant railroaders who direct th important moves of the Canadia Northern and .Grand Trunk Tacific. Evidently the Great Northern i i r.ill untittf'X't Ol'V amongst .some of tho leading mem- bers both the Government und 'benches, who view with ipprehcnsion the possiMe can.se- of this invasion. Mr. Hill's 20 per cent, of amount c'aimc-d in bonds as guarantee against costs be- ing awarded against him.. The orig- inal ordinance -provided that Wie parly must put up ten per cent. cash. .This bill has led to more 'discus- sion than .any other single bill yet brought the attention; of the Ilou.se. That it passed -through a House which was not ,in'sympathy wH-h the bill is very crt-ditablc to the strength of lion. 1L Cus-h- ng, who brought in the legislation. A long debate took place on Tues- day. steadfastly maintain- ed that the 20 clause re- >laiis set-in -to on u very compre- leissive judging 'irom the rn- despatches fi'om St. Paul. Om-e they uwiterializc, and several thousand miics of his road, draining Several children, of whom tiie Gou- dard child was one, had built an "arch" near the (locklaril resklence. Jt was a ho-lc in the ground, with a covm'mg over and a- length of stove >ipe for a, clup.inoy. in it they had i lire, fclhcl Coddurd, while passing the lire, -got) too close ami her caught. ..........tly she was enveloped in llame'.s. 'A workman near by, hearing the child's screams, ran Mo- her as- sistance, hut was too late to save her.' She was so badly burned that she'died enrU' Wednesday looming'. Convenient Jj-aiiis, Pullman sit'oy- Free reclining chair cars, Dining cars. in format 1911 address TI.J. Bergemaiin, travelling agent. H71 Robert st., St. Paul, il inn.; or Jas. 0, Pond, general passenger agent, Milwaukee, Wis. J.SALLY quiring-a deposit of tliat" amount be- fore going to arbitration was neces- sary 'to protect Ihe department. If clause was not inserted every claim brought against the nvoivt would necessarily have to be settled by arbitration. He said the (lovernmont was with him in the the i-tdK-sl of the Canadian West into foreign channels, are in active it, is felt (llOHljoa_ by far-seeing men, awaken to who sees some uri- that its own western "trade is iost to tt, pei'haps forever. The possibility of losing the western trade and with it doub-lless a largo share of tin- western .market, for. Ca- nadian good.s, is upon with Till E TO SENATOR DE. VE1J1311 (Raymond Chronicle.) The Senator was in Kaymond last vweek, not as is usual with some "senators, for the purpose of repair- ing his political fences, but to look after the completion of some .public works undertaken while he was the member for ihe .district.'" Honors set the Ladies Tailor HaUit' Maker inU-ndod by land the Government to keep whoso w-cro ox- broad shoulders, ami promotion de- hhn of nouC of his demo- Nest cloor East OL Brcdie and StulVorcVs grave apprehension, ami it is already held by some after spending millions oi dollars .upon Canadian railways and waterways, the trade Canadians hoped for is to be divert- ed through foreig'u channels AO seaboard, there is but little use in taking'up burdens Canada, is shouldering in the iniild- of Trunk Pacific Kail- propriaU-il out of court- Mr. Gushing an I'd L'-uiL he did not think'thnt the member for Jll...... IT jiail a very large exper such matters, it was not the lion of the (Jovernment to keep any parties with legitimate cases ovit ..of court. The Government-always tried to give'ihc-land owners whose prop- erty was expropriated the-full price for'their land at the time it was ex- usim'.lv -a little cracy He talked practically but modestly Painter, Taper Banker, Decorator, agent for "Empire Wall Papers, from He. a roll ups Best of work guaran- teed. Ilesidencer-First house .east ,of A Jr. lance at tiie map shows t-hat Hill's CSreat Northern Uailway of tho 'distinction conferred upon him'in" being'Selected to reply, to the from 'the Throne. One of the eastern papers referred! on Road, to his speech as being to t-he point. The point is what Senator makes fur, and-he has made point with- his one-time constitu- in going straight to the mat- ias branches IcacHng up to the Ca- seekirig a full and satisfactory''re voiige for the invasion of its tcrr tory on the American srde of the line, which Mr. HiU regards as., pe- culiar! v" within the province or the Great Northem -traffic managers. fight is splendid m the opinion of all these who occupy puints of vantage uircl who can see clearly the stupendous, moves which the four systems are making for the bVsr, grip .011 Canada. proprialod, ami more. John T. "Moore feared that "a deposit- might' work a hardship on 7 some poor claimant, ami he objected ladian border -all The way irom i lipeg obj h been prise, ami to make it tributary -to the Linited States, thus coittri-buting growth and wealth of had the sole right to vote. American cities at the expense 01 Canada's business centers. The-, quesiion promises to -bccoane one national importance, and there are many who Lelicvc -that rt .will all ''.ifcb'. sagacity, and tact cf our .'Canadian statesmen to ter in hand along the line of improvements, cash understood, is to protect itseu LMr. Cross objected to the principle but believed that particular condi- f lions'justified'it at the present time Mr. .Gushing substitaud bonds'for cash, nml'this seemed to meet wilh the favor of a number of live mem- bers.- Mi-. Moore objected to ano-ther clause in this act which' limited the costs" to the fees of witnesses and arbitrators. The matter of plans be a subjoct for.Jlesiti-matc This district, be H a excellent shape as to highways, bridges, etc., .and who- ever the Senator's successor may be, he will find a high mark 'set .for, ser- vice's rendered which, he ;will.. have to ''go home" to rcacii. The honoraiile gentleman expects to return to Ottawa in time to bo in his seat .when the Senate shall ros'.ime its 'labors immediately aftut E-as.ter. Th-e. in the loss the district has suf-i DRAY ING and Team work done promptly. STRAW ;FOE SALE EAFL KIRKHAM I TOWN LOTS icvc-d by the Senator's prdmo-tion, is that his, is a case 01 and merit. the reward of OF LIVE STOCK. IB Lager, Beer, We al Porter: THE IN THE WEST All orders scut to the will receive .prompt .attantioiv. 1 CIGARS THREE FOR 25c IMARGUEKITE JAP ELPEESIDENT, f FOETUS A >HAEOAH SEE OUR FINE LIKE-OF t'Canes, Playing Cards, Dice, Pokar Chips, Snuff, Fine Cat o Chewing, British Consul Smoking, Craven Mixture. Try o a Smoke of GALLAHER'S Mixture Tobacco. Wallace HoseUon 1-he-re'is' considerable speculation in t--. t.hrt ntlllet ranroa-u t-ncn.-s. which the Gieat will. seek 1 oastwanl from W-imupcg. 3t is ap- i parent in order that the service mav i as thorough as possible, that a vav must be 'securcil- For the prcs- it is -iwlievctl in seme circles that the Great Northern will -use the Ca- nadian Northern line from .Winnipeg to Port Arthur, ami thus gatu ac- cess to the 'srrcat lakes. In view of the fact, 'however, that, the Great Northern is' prosecuting the new transcontinental project alone, and 1 is strictly independent ot the Canaa- I inn Northern in now iiropositions. '-his "theory is 'nut. generally -accepted. i 'feasible proposition that fhas been advanced is fhat the n-TlCnochichTngT which is ifncler" con- I I will form the first link for a line between Winnipeg ami The Great Northern has in'operation between HiUbing, is about lil-ty'in Una; north oi Duluth -Mid au extension from Jntcrnatiotval, Falls, v.hich is almost touching the International boundary line, _ is r- n-firded -as-practicable. Ji this pu shoukl be "followod, it will follow the' primary principle of transporta- ion, -that commodities follow closest route to the water. H is apparent that since tho .Great, will enter a competitive solve it satisfactorily, and in the matter'oT" plans! 0. H. McMullcn, C. I'.-RJ live stock best.interests of the Dominion. l c' suhjoct for legitimate agent, has returned from an i'nspec- JThe itarftimc Provinces have tvo'V of the range country, lie was 'ready: taken alarm as far as Telegraph, ;.au' Jnacpe.Klciit Li-beral inl'lhl, office of the de- through -the.'Medicine .Hat -district, poiirts out the and west over the Crow's NestTass lloore that UK; party 1 to Cranbrook. solicitors fee's wore legitimate ex- "Tins ning-e stock_has should be protected for costs ceeJin-giy remarked Air. 3lc- if he be found in the ami that j Mullen, and t-he Josses have, been less solicitors'" fees were legitimate ex- than for many seasons. This is, of 'this respect. Hctmo vetl J course, mild, out the cbuimcrcicilly, if', the trade whioh shorfld 'build .up tho na- tion is made a factor in 'ihe enrich- ment of the United :States. "The transportation has emphasized the grave importance -of- any v'el o ping a i l-'Ch-ria-'dm ii lion, .Hill has no place in such scheme, amt subsidies go only to his ..Canadian competit- ors. While we are talking about na- E: the pr Residential Lots in Blocks "Cn and Apply (o H. MACBETH Real Estate and Insurance. Morris Hend- rieKs Transfer ._..... that the clause, be held over tor fur- he. -.Gross spoke again., saying thought the memljcr for. that1 The raige: cattle inutile at !Ncw York attic and :to carry into theJcorporating such a prov.sion as re-turn frieight our eastern' provinces should of "Moclicme Hat are, however, m much -better condition than thosa Hod further west. I Swift Cur- rent and JMaple Creek to begin ship- ping range stulT by the latter part of June, while further west it will be a month later.. "'J'he cattle, of course, will move sooner -in the. Calgary -district, in the anil i: west ;oods bo 'sendins; west over cur'own three vranscontiiientnls. KlitBREY- COAT MIT 3 Frank, Alberta. April' "K. Kimbrcy. of the Royal; rates. The vote was taken, on further con; sideraittoh of 'section seven, ami Hci- bert, Robertson and Moore voted in i.nvor, all the other members, voting for the adoptiob oi the clause. T% -the'net respecting an amendment" was passed providing i-hat were undertaking irrigation they could collect for the but th behind. range stock will be a month "This is due to the heavy CONTRACTiNG DRAYINC COAL DELIVERY Cash must same in simuac Jlcretoforo manner to other there has been u XortcstjMpuntei Police, who has rhig of tho ]jal-racks s..vtion> committed "suicide t-his m'oVni'nff shooting hrm- in the mo.uth .with a revolver, himself instantly. the The act was, committed while Tvim- brey wn.s seated on the edge of his bed in the barracks, and 'doubt- less com mined over being jiHed by a woman of.' the umlertvorld, IM Kurns, with whom the corpor- has 'infatuated for a The woman in the case has Hvintc in P.lairmorc for some field with the Canadian and Jliul u.ilh whom'he has the'Canadian that there Jb (-iarrcninc for several days, no Joint action in any of pro-1 biggest portion of tire project-.. od line now under ponstnictio'n is in liritish Columbia, from Vancouver to As soon as the line is built on the end it will be practically sailirrc, to build across the prairies any portion of Jjcen time and .shortly at! er a violent quarrel and fight with Tvimbrey a fen days ago, she left Blainnorc, and is supposed to have told the corporal have nothing more she would do with him. She returned on last night's train, and she and ihe coriioral commenced Uli "-r il lillT.l SliV- Ullll western provinces through wtiicn we f oncc morc. This seems will decide to entei.-M Kjmbrey up badly. TYinrinno-'s rash act IS the clause proyitli'ng for assessment, but none covering collection. A petition .from the C. T. U. of jjraying that dowry be pro- for in the bill 'respecting trans- "ors rlescent "of 'land. Tt. was signed by members. Edmonton April The time of the- House yesterday was taken np very largely with Hon. Mr. Cus'h- public works bill and the or- dinance respecting villages, which a'lso; comes tinder his department. Tiic public works bill had already bevn back, owing largely to section 30, and its. sub-sections. The clause was amended' to .provide.; that si' 'claimant for indemnity might deposit 20 per cent, in' bonds.. to be madi" up o: two sureties of ten per cent. fach. The Ordinance respecting villages was reported with- two orjjhrcc snowstorm and exieedinglyr" severe cold snap of November. The snow was verv. much heavier west: of ;ilecl- i.-iue Hat than The range from Calgary south was dry at tluvttinie, 1 ,-_ and a.-great.-deal -.telephone II o.nU feU off rapidly. JSast of jMoclic-" ine Hat things were in much shape, and the stock hcl-d its own. "I bC-lievc a great deal more stock will move .-this year than last. It is in the country and must go out. I think stockmen arc very well.satisfied with the situation, and I have heard no 'special com plain ts." Another' well-known .railroad man, in conversation xyith a reporter, said: "Of. course, the live stock in- dustry is a big'thing for the country but, its value to transportation com- accompany orders all cottl 'door sou ill of Sal- vation Army barracks. KOOTENAY MARBLE WORKS Shackleton Simpson Co- Manufacturers of Marble and Granite MONUMENTS Wholesale and L'ctail 1SADDLES Astride and Stock SINGLE HARNESS Good stock ot Fanii Har- on hand: also lino o f Trunks and Valises in stock. B.C. Agt PIONEER MEAT MARKET AT NUMBER. THREE This ujarket is equipped to meet the popular demand the district. Vancouver. April th natHan. Northern; Kailway will build west of Edmonton, ami that this railway will find'" its Pacific Coast, outlet at Vancouver of Hill extensions through Columbia and across the Rockies in- to Edmonton, is iwlicatwl by recent events yn railway circles on this] i Coast. i Many things now point to tiniate connection of the V. U. vW railway at Fort Ccorgc by nn ec- tension across the mountains to T--d- imonton. The V. ,t Y. company [is quietly making preparations to bv.ild north from this city -toward Fort G.-orgo. A connection with Ed- would ulace the Canadian .and this morning's rash act is final chapter in the life of a sinful peace officer! This is tho sccorrd man in this vie L'l inily who has become enamored of this particular woman, and who, aft- er having been jilted by her, com- mitted suicide. ELECTED. amenrhncnts. 3! ston, pointed out Woolf, of Card- one very import- panics has always been over-estimat- ed. A railroad must h-ave special cars for stock, ami the equipment i: costly. The cars cannot 'oe used re- turnmft- for freight, nor in dull seasons for any other purpose. The> are too filthy for ordinary freight and are .not. constructed properly for grain, coal or timber. "In addition, the stock always comes with a rush. When the mar- ket every owner of a hunch of steers is1 anxious to move his stock 'to market, and when the quotations fall off, you can't move a hoof. "This bunches the business and makes the ton, mile enormously ex- ATcTnlyre, Liberal, was elected n t-hc Strathcona bye-election. Dr. Conservative, lost his-deposit. guarantee Good Quality and Good Work i'Bonier Hutchison Northern in a position to reach Van- the list. 01 valurs couver ami Seattle ovor the JTill fcc TAXATION' JX -MONTANA. Assessor A. E. Lewis has arranged KJ-V, at liich laxab Ie tern without -the necessity ot" build- ing tho limi through to the Coast. Jt is a wcll-kr.own fact l-hat the Cnnariian Northrrn aud the IHH in- terests arc co-opcM-nting in all wcst- t-rn cxtciisjpns, artd ihnt. bolh are alignwl against the Canadi- an whose interests clash wil-h those of both railways. Mr. Hill J3 svt present layinp out a line from -Havre, Mont.. on the Korl-hcin line, through io Edmonton, via Hat. This litre w.H, be four hundrwl and lean County this year, the being difi.irent from that adopted at a meeting of Jfontnna assessors held at Misoiila weeks ago. The vahtcs thnt arc Mixwl ant 'inasmuch' as t-hat L-here was no'machinery for the .col- lection of irrigation rates where a village xuwle'rlcok irrigation c.s a municipal enterprise. The law pro- vides for but fails' to supply the machinery for collection.- The necessary amendments were matte tc Cover the' case. Another .important amendment pro- vides thot. improvement districts may bo varied in size'at.the discre- Uon of the .Lieutenant-Governor' rn Council. TTcretoforo these have been set down by statute, and it. was impossible to-change them or make provision for anything except Ihe for by the ordin- nnce. Thy amer.rlment is inlcnrtlod to make the sixc of the districts more elastic.so that districts which are sparsely sel-tled in parts or.whorc a fake of river cuts' into it retluciitg The shall not -he tleprivrd of the benefits of the act. Another very important sinMiwl- pensive. Then the sl'ulT is perish- j able, .ami requires so much attention the damages 'paid for killed and I injured runs y.p to o- Ivig sum, and wipes out the profits of the business. 'Would rather transport freight that can be handled all the year aroimd, and economically, in all kinds of cars. The coal and lumber business for instance is. even more desirable -than grain cargoes. as the big rancher is driven out of business, and the small farmer with two or three steers for increases in number, the busi- DKIGHT and SPARRLING Wines-for the elndornte "ban- quet or the simple family repast can be ordered from us with the. certainty that the quality will high and. the prices moderate" Onr Foreign and Domestic Wines are gaiherded from the best at home and abroad. M. v holesalr Dealer In LIQUORS CIGARS Alta. ness will he of a more desirable character. The. shipments will then extend more- uniformly throirgjh vho season. As vt is now, we are liable to 'ijct. an order for a hundred cars day's notice. I inent to the improvement, district for'tv milr.s in lemrlh. one will apply to Chovttcaxj xs follows: _ provides" that the fmanciai ot stock cattle are t vho district be at S16 per and not of Straight inches of steers Sllpcrvisors is provider for. A motion to pro- vide thnt nom-resideh-1 s of -a. local are asscssirii at and upwards hoad, ami milch hoad. Thorough bred cows at S-5 bulls accord- from one man on a i.hink tho throughout. business Alber is flourishing now, and ns there is Central Boot Shoe Store W. T. HENSON, TOOP. Letlibridge, Alta. will continue to do so, money in :t. The farmer makes more fnoney from the increase of his cat- Mc than from his -grain 'or land. HOriilNS. PROP. .The Herald hes' the best -Tob Prmting Tiant in Southern orta UNS ing to (heir Stork are assessed at por hcftd, ond at per improvement tiistrict shoulrt; not -hoW struck cut. ,H was point- head eel out '.that so long as tho camlklaic and Strftight hunches only aro jwxesswl at S2 hor, City Bakery Reid CD. Co. s branch of it will tap Calgary. This lime will be intt-r.ecc'.cd Vy nn cast 1 ami we.si-.road that, will moke con- motion' through on the east. 'The apc-rossion of the Crent N'orth-i Iws crn in Canada is prompt ing nnrl the C. V. U. to activity in the TTiU portion to thnir tcrritoiy lo the south'" of., t-hc t 1 nml thr> i tension xvi i north of i leling the of I Togs a livoil in Me division, tn's interest in Ibn .il5strict was nnipiy saf oguarrtcd so far as the district was concerned. The W, 0. T. Xr-, Alberta, had af petition boforc the House yesterday i home, MAKES KTIAULE. A happy 'home is the most valuable possession that is within the reach of mankind, but.. you cannot enjoy its' comforts if you are from rheumatism. You throw askle h'ich was read bv Mr. RuJhcrford, rheumatic pains also by ap ?J "H J should he nro-'nivin.r Chamberlam's Tain Balm business cares when yon enter your and you can be relieved from ap- tho Ads. Valley nml Choi can counties. This ing lands nre fessessetl at per 'I line will touch at Havre, M.mtana.' ncro-. Improvements are asscssctt sep- iand xvill JKISS i-hronyh the Sweet' Press. ilr. praying tivat oowry should pro-'plying jvidixrfor in the bill the (one application xvill give yon relief its continued use for a short time will bring about a cure. Tor sale by aH druggists: IB the time to fo Ihe week, want The clause amended provides a husband nwy personal the Barnes Co. REAL ESTATE and 'GENERAL AGENTS Floor Southard Ekck Pest Office Box 3 Telephone No. 122 EGGS FOR SALE From pure-bred White Plymouth per'3.3. 'In 1005, at the LfCthbrklge Poultry Show, my hiitls won 1st cockerel, 2nd, hon. In 1906 1st cockerel, 1st and 2nd hen Special Ivst cockerel any breed in show. A. E. HUMPHRIES. ;