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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 12, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta THAT BIG Mtnneapoi Co Has secured 200,000 acres south and east of Lcthbtidge. They will be locating hundreds of Homeseekcrs from all parts of the United States and Canada Auction Sale: Saturday, April 14th  TABOR IS .('oninicin'iiiK at 2 HO sharp opposite Whitney's liivory stalilc I lie following: ()no Automobile, 2 Wagons, 1 sot ot work HuruosB, 1 Buggy, 1 eot singlo Harness, 2 Morses, 2 Mares, 1 team of Work Horses. GUS NEtDIG Auctioneer buy IF YOl L-IST IF YOU WANT A fi(>n|> fliou now | now! KEAN'S IF YOU WANT YOUR FA KM. OR RESTDENCK. a ruin I as UK FOR ranch. liUSlXKSS. WhMTK 0|{ (-'a 1,1, t)N > Triher is wull. supplied with Itusl-ni'H- places. Three gvnot'al stores-- \V. W. iiouglns, Prober! & Wood, nml A. It. lloa'glitt-entry big slocks nnd mmmh to do a rushing business. .Douglas' place Is close to the station: H onfrlin Is located In now qunt'tet's, lighted on tho (font flwl side by plate glass windows that run the wholo length nnd width of the building, opposite tho now Lemon Hotel. while Proliert & Wood occupy ft neat mid tastefully arranged store nonrcr tho residential i>uar-tor. As far ns wc Could make, out on ft quick rnmblo through tho 'village, I hero nro, In addition, n gent's fur-ii 1 shine store, (wo butcher shops. *overnl restaurants, n tnllor shop, n Jewellry store, n couple of barber shops, and othnv plncos of business. o.s.knisel.yi FOR High-Class Confectionery j; Boyd's - Candy Is Delicious Win. Prober!., n live nml respootod ritlwn. Is overseer of (he village. Ho s Hie right man in the right, spot nnilTnhor will never k� liehind with him at tho helm. Agiuil Nuril' BALMORAL HnTKI Ainerienn Lund Co. LKTHBRllKiK All the Freshest Fruits on the Market Great Auction Sale Of Household Furniture, belonging to ('. .Mi-1 louuM. at In* resitloiuv. south of tnwn n WEDNESDAY. APRIL 18, AT 2.50 p.m. SHARP Consisting of Bedroom Suite. Parlor. Dining room :ind Kitehen Chairs. Cook and Heating Sloven. Centre and Kitehen Tables. Curtain. Blinds. Carpets and Linoleum, tin Carl. Chamber Sets. Dishes and Cookiin; t'teus'ls. Saddle and Bridle and other articles too numerous to mention. GUS NEIDIG, Auctioneer. K il M M ( II .0. now...............$:{.*> im Souvenir Cook, was Sbl.fK). now...............IHt Souvenir Cook, was ^iM.Otl. now...............�3'.l (Kl Come in anil see them it won't cost yon n cent. Ke-meniber there are only IS. Small stoves from to SIT.tK). able conditions. ""The seuit plant be gins growth in the soil Independent-! 1'UFinrss _ iy and nflf-rwurds ultacks lli%'young ^rnin plim'. In penetrating its tissues i We had a few minutes chut with above the sprouting seed. Alter thlsl Mr. Mitchell, tht obliging agent of it lives as a ] turns He in tho stem of'�ho C V. U. nl Tabor. He o-partment, has handed us tho follow-Ing '�'�'Dojrt's," which, If followed by our cHlKcns, will mlnco serious con-flairrntItms to a minimum in this town: 1. Tion'-t pln'co ft keroseno lamp or other light where n blown curtain can reach *t. 2. Don't go to bed and loavo a kerosene lamp bunting, H, Don't leavo inntchcs about except In ntctttl or earthen receptacles. 1. Don't keep tnntchos whero nvico con get nt them. 5. Don't plnco ashes in wbodon tv-coptacles. ft. Don't neglect to watch oil stoves when in use. 7. l>on't leave n room whero I'at is boiling. 8. Don't use an open grate without a screen. V. Don't use kerosene to kindle fires/ 10. Don't leave oily rags about. 11. Don't neglect, to nscertain tho causo of unusual smoke or smell of smoke; if it indicates firo telephone to the Pirc Hall. 12. Don't delay sending in nn nlarm when you discover lit*. 1il. Don't hesitn'tc to send In nn alarm if you cannot  find t>ho cause of unusual smoke in your building. 11. Don't Invite fires by neglecting to guard ngain't and to be prepared for them. I Don't forget tho number of Pit* Hall telephone is 64. --o- FomrrcH auiehta i-owuoy. A daring bank robbery wos recently pui'ixrtrated in San Luis, Argentine, one ol tho desperadoes con-nectiKl with which is u former i*si-dent of Albcrlu. I'ho bnnk stands in tho centre of tho town, nnd the affair happened about midday. Four horsemen rodo into town, and clnm-ly dismounting, three of them enter-id iho bank, while tiio fourth hekl the horses. Tito three men lenped over tho counter, seized the cashier, and proceeded to loot. Just then the manager returned to tho lank und resisted them. Three shots were fired nt the manager, wounding him in the head. The names of tho robbers are known to be Harry Long-baugh and his wife, who was dressed In man's attire. .1 nines llynn nnd Harvey l.ognn, four well-known bank ami mail robbers, who have a long record of these crimes against them. Harry I,ong-do-bnugh was a cow puncher in the High lllvcr district altout If. years ago, awl worked with the Mar L' ranch for about n year. -o- REAL ESTATE TALK DR' � TULLER The Albortn llonlly Co. sol ui�ler ,.i-.lm�vy >'ireutnst nnceu nccotnpnnii-.l the geological survey to : h:\ii i-\er l-efore. the Yukon, lie is n most entertaln- \ priieti.-al remedy is to treat the'ing and well man. He told us the freight wns remarkably of other years. traillc on the Crow heavy-far In excess Two big meetings in tho interest | of \\. V. Simmons, Liberal candidate, wet* held within the pastl week. On Friday night Inst Mr. | Simmons nnd Dr. Do Vebcr spoke, Mr. t Sherman appearing nlso. It was n-lively nlTair, und the Labor candidate even went so far as to call Mr. Simmons n liar, but tho Liberal nominee handled his enso splendidly, and had the sympathy of the audience, outside of tho more ardent supporters of Mr. Sherman. On Tuesday ovoning the hall was packed, when one of tho most successful meetings ot tho campaign wns held. Aid. Oliver presided, nnd the speakers were Hon. \V. II. dishing, Mr. Simmons, Duncan Marshall, W t\ Ives, on behalf of Mr. Keller, and Mr. Ilolbrook, for Mr. Hbermnn. Mr Simmons made n moat effective speech, and delighted his supporters wh'h the able and clear way in whk-11 he discussed^, the issues. Messrs. Jves and Ilolbrook made charges nnd insinuations against the Liberals Hint were riddled, 10 the do-light of the crowd, by Duncan Marshall. Mr. Mnrshull had the uudi-i-nco with him from the start, ami two or three interrupters got more than 'they I nrgninod for. As a speaker ho is a cyclone, nnd hi DR. B. JACKSON DENTIST Graduate Northwestern University Dentnl School, Chicat'o. Office-Oil Block Superintendent Wilson has lieeti! busy this week hearing charges i against miners who participated in: the disturbances at Xo. .'I lust week. Theo. DorovickN wns charged with participating in nn unlawful assembly and assaulting Louis Albert. Ho was committed Vor irinl on both charges. Albert wus badly cut about the head in both Tuesday ami Wednesday night's riots. On Tuesday ho was attacked by a couple ot hundred 'people, being stoned nndj bnttored until his head wns cut ... , . , , . open, on Wednesday night, when the "*1'l,t.,lle statements made by the trouble begon, ho rushed to the as-1 Opp^Kion representatives clean iA sistniice of tho police, showing thnt;tm'lr f,vt- >Ir ho did not lack plenty of valor. Jas. A. Macdonald ARCHITECT Southord Block, Redpath Street. U2THBRIDGE, ALTA. WESTERN WAREHOUSE & TRANSFER CO. Ltd. Hc'wns 0"e of'the best over he was able to be around ami give evi- | Mr- C."H.h!"K. '"'I'^1].�� J. D0BBS, PROPRIETOR ? Taber S Will be Opened about April Alberta J I5th NEWLY ITKNIS1IF.D THRorUHOL'T SOL'Ttt sidi: DEPOT ('. P. R. -ei-il |{ I'll ill befute sowing, so as to ili'Riro^ ilie adhering smut spores. 1'b.s may be .lone by dipping seed Knell before sowing m n solution of -o- i 1 lb. of bluest one in H gallons of lv ,r, | r.iin water, or by sprinkling the 1 11 1 ,,L>'1- ^ same over the train anil -turning it --* , over thoroughly with a shovel until prnn], A. Walker, tho meml*r for every grain is �et Sow as Forl .Saskatchewan In tho Alberta convenient mur the s.,-. is dry. Ten ; Legislature, is a Canadian by birth, gallons of solution will treat eight hlivinjj t.,IIHs ,.^t wK.h h,/pnrenlfi bushe's c1 onis or ten bushels of,,,, 'My f,.oln Uwun, Ont. Spending a wheat. Instea'cl of the above com-i veor in WinnijKW, Mr. Walker's fntih-inercial formalin may l�c used one ,.r aI,i motlwr came out to Agricolo half ounce in each gallon of wnter;; Mon a roilwny was thought of in One pound of formalin in 32 gallons j ,hiB country, mid Frank A. hat ac-oi water will treat 2. hushels of j nc(|Ulm, tho ox^iriences of lifo right oats or .13 bushels o wheat. Bluo-jin Northern Alberta, having been en-stono and formalin is much better, gn|?0(, ln Arming, stock raising and for treating oats nnd barley. After! htoro ke0ping nl Agricola and Fort Saskatchewan. Mr. Walker has al- SEASONABLE GOODS We still have full linos of tin- fullnwin^. All Fresh: Kippers ami I'.loatiis. Butt.-less ( (�|lisli. Salt Herring, und Mackerel, Lobsters, Shrimps nml -ance. The news of the coiyduct of tho mob was sent ull over Canada, and naturally put this town in u bad light, und look away from the strikers any sympathy they might have possessed amongst citizens here and elsewhere. � o- AT THE POLICE COURT. Marshall's spx-cn I heard here, his hearers with his honesty nnd ability os | an administrator, lie. does not rr>>-tess to l.e a spell-binder, but do-ill I with the public problems in a oust-1 As tho" barracks hcro'is \ ��>' Cushing is *a jus- tness man, and is carrying business methods into the ntlministra-tion of his department. When C K. Vnhey inquired. "Will Ijcthhridgc re';.:'.ve its share of public moneys whether a Go'.rVnnieDt or |>osit ion candlditte is elected?" Mr. Cushing replied, "It makes no dilTercnce to in? which parly Ixthbiklge supports, I will s�e that you will always get what you are entitled to." there wns nn outburst of applause. Railroad Transferring, Dray-ing anil General Delivering. Coal Delivered Promptly, v i 11 mi-i'r-ri'i-|-i 1111, im i HAY. OATS, SAND AND � STOX1-: FOR SALE AGENTS FOR McCormick & Cockshutt Machinery '.' Webber and Attains Wagons *.' Canada Carriage Co.'s Buggies. Etc. of a great "colored' | wa>s been an active worker on the ; Liberal sido of politics, having held | the post of secretary, and acted cx-j officio, as it were, ns tho spirit ami I mainspring of tho party at tho Fort, ' nnd his eloetlon to tho legislature I was undoubtedly his due. i ______ ! F.K.I. At the end revival moecing at Waco.Tcxas pre- ,on wminm Hpn Cushing. Mln-,id,d over by the groat negro Dowie isU.r 0, Pul)Iic w ^, who spoke tins htate. known as "Sin Killer horP T..e�.-lny night, is a native of Ontario, tho place of his birth being SHERLOCK, FREEMAN & CO We Can't Do It Clydesdale Stallions Oriflln."oiie of the mourners who had bi-on converted had tho boldness to; nsk the revivalist. "What am dedif-j f.Tcnee l>etween tho houtness of hollj fiivsiikil over by Sn'tan, and ani earthly ff"." Hereupon tho divine; iook�-d f.rst at the congregation and | then ut tl�e new convert. Finally, hoi said: "Brethren und sisters, listen!; 'he new convert bwnh. Mr. Simpson; fJroi-ue, lies asked ntu to toll him j how warm hell is, compared with an' For do votir what some oth* work for BUT WE CAN DO lk-lter, whii'h in ttiuie important I" VkII. ;im the life of yiuir Shirts, Collars, Cuffs i� len^iheneil 1 �y our process of laundering iheni. Neck Comfort Iiiii.t possible when your collar has "sawteeth" isliies. In our laundry every colhir is ironed with a Binooth, round, eouifortahle edge - no extra charge either. Phone 14o. Wagon calls everywhere. Let us try a lot for you. Utbbridse Steam Laundry, t,t& l'ii/.e W'miiera iii Chicago and Ptraudou. All tered. All 1 yeurs old. Kenilworth, in tho County of Wellington. His father, Wm. Cushing, was a farmor. Ho recelvoil a public school education, and followed tho business of contracting until 1883, when he located in Calgary, and is now the head of tho firm of Cushing Urns., snsh and door manufacturers, which wns established in 1900. Hrnnches of this firm have been opened at Edmonton nnd in lloglna, earthly lire. I mint this congrega-; ,ml ut other points. Mr. Cushing ;ion and our new convert to lisien|httR t)O0n ,)ne 0[ (he m0Bt successful guarded am. fixed -. |,,Sine88 ,nt.n jn Alberta. Ho has ; |>ocn mayor of Calgary, and for a i number of years aldorman. He has i been president of tho board of trade. . I Ho has been twice married, his pros- Hew down nil do pin'I ob oni wi(0 |l0ing forniorly Miss Mary to n-gis- yoting hoi-.. We tit le auilliUH have liv for sale nt Whitney's Livery Stable, T LJiTH bridge the hratiie*s guarded nnrt of it is a bilin and bul>- l)M, cai,lnot who is not Canadian i.lin I bi/.e. D.'ii throw this man into |10,-n ibis earthly lire, nnd tho ilifteraiice between the heatness of Satan's-noil tire nnd his earthly fire is that dis nn would fn-o/e to death in tho arthly fue This is how warm hell is."-Wnco Times Herald. --o- who is not Ho was.born at Llsburn, Ireland, on duly 12. 1802. After a private education, under tho turtion of llev. Mr. White, he came to Canada in 1874. and received employment with merchants in Montreal. Mr. Finlay has boen � resident of Alberta for 23 yours. In 1883 ho came fii m this stud have won i first prizes and chant', the Winnipeg Industrial, ; �e than any other firm. \ | asinl Prince, winning first at j '"minion Inhibition. Winnipegi ' :at > ot move my bowels without u rat-bavn been h.urll.ns' st all inns' I hurt ic. I was cured ly-Chamlwr->oirs, and have u Dominion I ,n'�'H Kl omuch and Liver tablets, j nnd ha\o l� en well now fur six ' inont'hs," says Mr. Arthur S. Stick- Si.'FFER ED FOR FIVE YEARS west ami sottled in his presenthonto WITH KIDNEY AND i.ivuti in Medicitie Hnt. whero ho first on- TROUHLE. We for as r."-putation. if yiitt want to improve your stick now is your ihnnce to buy a flrst-clo'-R stallion. * gaged in the lumber businoss. Sinco i that, however, ho has Weon interested "1 sufTered for five years with kid- i" ranching, having organized tho n.y and liver trouble, which causod Mcdicino Hat Ranching Company, ro\ero pains acrrss the back and a which has lurgx' ranches in Southern blinding headache. 1 had dyspepsia' Alliertn. He hns paid a groat �doal coubLof attention to ranching and ngri-cultural mntW'i'H, nnd is well flttod tho portfolio which ho holds. iTo Robt. McKrny came into town last week and cut things loose. lie smashed windows in order to lot pcoplo know he was around. Tho police mvlrf*