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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 19, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta THAT BIG Minneopolis Co Hm secured 200,000 acres soutU ftnd east ofLethbtidge. They inll be locating hundreds of Homeseelcers from all parts of the United States and Canada. NOW ) CHOICE NOW INCREASED THE 6 A LOCAL BUDGET. Town Council Favors an Publicity Campaign. Active TUP. CmXOOK AND ITS WOI5K. ' IF YOU WAST A GOOD CHOICE 4. WiRhout nny hesitation the iit'vn coiiticil QTi Monday night granted an extra 97�)0 to the UonrU ol Traile, I making th� total grant f1,000. The I necessity for ilic grant was cmphas-! '.tsA in strong speeches by M��srs. i Harford, Freeman nitd Young, dele-j gjvlcs from the Board. They point-; eil out tiiat tlie Iloaixi wanted the ; money to Ixioni Lcthbridg�. It i wouiti tx; e.xjjontUxi in bringing the ;to\vn to the no-tico of nianutacturers : niKl scitlors, so iJinl the people oul-j si-Je would bcconvo beWer acquaititod ,with Lcthbrldgie's excellent location (as a Hint]iifacluring ami distributing I centre, and its gr��t agricultural re-I sources. The delegates argut".! thait ! th� work the Board would pursue ' in liliis direction would bo beneficial IF YOU WANT YOUR FARM. OR RESIDENCE. A PUUCHASER FOR RANCH. BUSINESS. WRITE OR CALL ON Jly J. M. JttcCaig. The Chinook la one o( the moat interesting ulinuitic jilienoincna of I North America. The luime is -deWv-wl from Ohe numo of t)tio Chinook lii-j diunB, who occupied a district at the mouth of Ihc C'oluintHW. As origin- MAJORITY IS ElfiHTV OR, p, W. TULLER C. McCuMhy, Itnymond, is in town i'todiiy. [{. T. Skeitit, ot Calgary, is back in town again. X.iiht Constable Jones commeoccd'f'olmnWn. As origi tUity last nitfht. I ""^ applied, it stood for a warm . ,�.,". ... ��. u southwest wind Mowing over this lo- Ucv. \ M Uopdon went to High u was then thought to h� RiVcr la�t niglit. | ^^e influence of the wann Ja- M�ster Harvey atuitli has return- pan current, which could not pos- Offkial O�:laration of the Result of the Bye Election. ed from a visit to Coleman. ihv v�9try tncoting ol �t. Augus-tin's church will he held next Monday. Hev. J. K. tiugtason will prcnoh ot Coalitalc at 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon. Allan Morris has loft the Oalt Hospital, and is sia>'iiig at the Bal moral Hot^l. Master flaroid Henson fell into an open flitch at -the public school and broke his collar bone. C. Mair, Itniiiigrat'ion agewt. Leth si'bly '):e accountable for the spread influence ot ttiia wind, still popularly considered to wide-It is have Ortlcial tleelnratiod of the result of lust 'I'hiirs-day'.'i hya-ulorlion was made on Tiic�dn.>' by Hnlurning Ol-("loer lliginbothnm. Mr. Mimuionn' Irfajoi'ity W'us declaroil lo bo eighty .v All the prf>te.sts weiN) wltihdrawn,' four y. � C � 10 the whole community. It was 'pointed out that other towns at�d I bridge, *as gone to Fernie, ii. t ; cities 'throughout ihe west were on inumgration hu.9incss. their O.S.KNISEL-Y Agcut North American Land Co. BALMORAL HOTEL LETHBRIDGE Win. M. Wilson, ol Uagralh, town focen farming near Magr.tth o\ a .vcar, and is highly pleasc^d wi the country. A Barnardo boy &aiQ�terday on tlie charge I lion i-Jr an increase of salary,-.iwi HJlJ'" ^l^'' "^"""^ ..^-----J ii.4^,.,,li,. n^n^ o' to* Raymond Chronicle. Peace ha>n was passed that all ftrture , sidewalks be laid hal'f way between the diloh lino and the fence line. I The spur track by-law and the ; hack license by-law were presented. The cciuncil wer�! unanimous for both i Inn. adjourned until tonight in order ; to complete some clei^ical details. Town Solioitor Conybeare explained that tlie Oo\'ern�nt'n't did not in-UenU to take up any eharters until ' the passing of a municipal act, and ; was not likely to pass this act un-,|ril ttic autumn �e3S>ion. Meantime ; immediale legislation is needed to ; confijm the agreement with the C, v. It. and .\, K. aivl 1., and to sanc-,lion Ihe waterworks debentures. It ' is aJso desired to give Ixth'bridge , Ihe status ot a city without delay. The council passed a motion auth-orizir-'g the solicitor to act as In his I ji�d?ui'ent lie may see fit with a view : to securing the inimediato legisla-tion required, .and also incorpora-t ion as a city. The following accounts were presented: .Bent ley Co............ ...... 'Adani-s ivuniber Co....... Ci. f^. \'rooma'n............. �J. .J. .JohTtston............. A. n. & I. Co................ Lethbridge Electric Co... En.stoii & Co................ Lethtoridg* Herald.......... ! LethbrWge Electric Co... I The following accounts were ordered to be paid: I I-ethoridge Herald...............$ 7.92 Latijbridge News............... 109.16 Qeorg� Rogers.................. 68.60 Sherlock fVeeman & Co...... 12.88 a. .1. McDiarmid............... 36.00 Builder's Iron Works......... 3.78 $ 10.00 6.80 i7.aa a. 78 86 214.38 4.80 2.80 lOl.SS Death or Mrs. A. J. McUaiL SEASONABLE GOODS We still have full lines of the following. All Fresh: Kippers and Bloaters, Boneless Codfish, Salt "Herring, and Mackerel, Lobsters, Shrimps and Clams, Salmon, Sardines, Oysters, Clam Juice and Chowder, Fresh and Kippered Herrings, Deviled Crabs on Shell * , Fresh Eggs 20c per Doz. ^ Try a Package of Norka the New Breakfas Food, jSHERLOCK. FREEMAN & CO| Though oniy a resident ot Leth-bridge for a short ...ime, the uhtimely death of Mrs. A. J. McLean on Jfonday evening caused general sorrow througitout the town, Mrs. McLean had been ill with pneumonia for about two weeks, and her condition from the first was very serious. All that medical aid and kind attention could do was exerted to briny about her recovery, but it was ol ao avail. The deceased, whoae maideo name was Margarei Duncan, resided prior to her marriage a year aigo laet December, in Hamilton. Her mother, Mrs. Duncan, had been with her daughter for some montiis. Mrs. Vcl^ean was a young woman ot brigbt and amiable diepoaitloii and beautiful chariicier, and duriiif her iihort rcaidenco kero had eodeorod herself to all those who hod tiic pleasure bi her acquaintance. Hha leaves, besides her buaband ni�il mother, one child, not yet three months old, and a sister. Miaa Jean 'Duncan, a sludeirt at Havergal College, Toronto. To Mr. BIcLean ond Mrs. Duncan, the sympathy ot the entire communi'ty is offered in i.hoir deep sorrow. The funeral ye.steiHlay afternoon was largely attendiid. The servicp was conducted by Rev. A. M. rioc-don, interment, taking place at the iww cemetery. Tht! 'pall bearers were J. D. Higin-t>o,tham, JR. E. SJierioc!*.,-^K. .P. Mo-Neil (Macieod), W. C. Ives.'W. A. Buchanan and H. MacUcth. A, M. Monden, finchor Creeli, and Mr. McLean's biother, from near Calgary, we!'e in attendance nt the funeral. 3. Not the slightest trouble occur-rocl except a ca.w Supt. Wilson heand this morning, in which cne striker charged iinother with assaulting him with a kni^fo. During the past week. A. K. Humphries, J. P.. sentenced Harry Hill vagrat, to three months ot hard lab or. For disorderly conduct, Harry Jones was fiatd $2 and costs. Dan McLead and Frank Linn, drunks were fined $1 each. . The Herald scored a hit with the public yesterday afternoon, when it tssuod a .special containing all the nipws of the San Francisco disaster Many complimewts wore offered on our enterprise. The Herald aims to be an up-to-date newspaper E. r, ilylands, of the Hudson Boy Co,, has tiecn wry much con cerned about the safety of his wife who is in California, near Los An geies. News today, however, iivakes it rlear that the disturbance did no serious damage in that vicinity. On Wednesday night at four o'clock, the boys ol the public school had a game of baseball. The captains were Andrew Naismith awl Walter Sinclair. The score wos Walter Sinclair's team, 21; Andrew Noismith's team. 1.5, St. Patrick's Aid held a most sue cessful ba/aar in Oliver's Hall yes tenJay. Some excellent fancy work and tiseful articles found a ready sale, and ^he ladie-s cleared about flOO. The several stalls wore in charge of Meedames Murray, De Ve her, CunningiMun and Howard, and Mis.'ws Edil Kenny, O'Laughlin, De-Joy, ifoy and Beir'n. J, D. t'uHer, of the Cameron ranob was in town today. He informed the Uerakt that there was a serious prairie lire in the vicinity of Dan Keyo's Lake yesterday. It is im portant that settlers should foe very careful with fires, on windy days cs pccialiy. Mr. Fuller drew the -Her-aW* ofttcntion to the prediction that Prophet Fuller made after the Mt Felee disaster, tfatvt there wouM be heavy rniha following the diaturb-aacc. H4a prophecy was correet, and it is natural to expect the recent volcanic eruptions and eaptiK|uakes may have a simHar effect and provide, as a result, a heavy rain period. RHEUMATISM UAKKS LIFE MISERABLE. A happy home is the most valuable possession tltal is within the reach of mankind, 4^ut you cannot enjoy its comforts if you are suffering from rheumatism. You throw aside business cares when you enter your home, and you can lie relieved from those rheumatic pains also by applying Chnmbcrlmin's Pain Balm One application will give you relief, and its continued use for a short time will bring about a permanenti cure. For sale by ail druggists. TREAT THE NEW MAN UKE A KINO : WESTERN jWAREHOUSE & �TRANSFER CO.L�I Railroad Transforring, Drny-iug and General Delivering, ^!Coal Delivered Promptly. - 8erv-er most Htrongl.v Is the luxury en .joywl by the patrons of the Lu.se Land Co. The Imperial LinUted has nothing better to offer. The company operi�tes three private cars of its own. l%eBe cars are equal in their appointments to any rolling dtock in service, and yet the rates are exceedingly low. Over the C. P. K, system one cent a mile is charged, and on the American roads the return ticket is sold for half the single fare. The rate for berth and board is but one dollar and a half a day, and tho^fare is equal to that olTercd by a first-class hotel. At the forward end of (ho oar is a large and well appointed kitoheii. In the main part ol the car are nine sections and a drawing room, upholstered and fumiahod in the best manner. In the rear ot the car is a capacious . sitting room with wide observaition windows and an observation platform. The car can carry and e^'ery ballot cast, except spoiled ones, were counted. ,..... , The fisuiVK arc ns follow.^: this origin. The worm properties ofj the wind when it strikee the prairie \ on the east side of the Rocky Moun-; tainf) is thought not to be compatible with the cold ot mountain al-, titudcs. and it has been naturally concluded that it must be simply a current ot air of Pacific warmth ' Dig Dow. that finds its way through the pass- Little Bow N... (s nTKl low gaps of the mountains. Little Row 8.. This theory has, however, been ex- jiose Butte..... ]>lo'(led tiy I'ho in\'cstigwtions of the l^clhbridgv.. .N... scicntlst.s. Thc> nnme has extended' Vortii Wiir.1... in use and opplies not only to the l.,ri:lj;e ('... original southwest winds along the Lc'thliri'dij;;' S .. Oregon coast, hut also to the warnij' While...... witftls of the prairie ihrougfh these ! Pin lh>iscntcd in , a Chinook wind must be referred to Totuls..... conditions incident to atmospheric j The vole i\i the flection on Vov. movement at any time or place, o, 100'., wixs us follows; "t I lit ti'J S.". I.' I �1 I I i',;t IH \ !('> Jt to i T X f� 0 2 i:i 178 PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON LETHBRIDOE Office-Orer Ott's Barber Shop. HonrK-11:00 to i'J :00 noon; 3:00 lo 5 00 p. m.; 7:00 to H 30 p. m. Office NiKbi Bell and Telephone SIMMONS 4 BENNETT Barristers Ao. f-KTHBRIDOB AND CARD3TON Letlibridge Office, Southard Blofk Money to Lend on Towh and . Farm Property ' W. C si.m.mons, B. A., Crowo Pro��cnie''. C. V. Bes.^btt B. a. OR. C, C, GRAG6 PHYSICIAN AND SUROEON j'jj OMce-Over Iliglnbothaiti's Drug Store ..'PHONK: r Office 125 , House 9-i (i 1 1 l�3 Drs. Mewburn & Galbraith Phy�icianj. Surgconi, Accouch OHi \v pressure, which, ol course, explains st. Mfliy's...... all ca.ses of atmospheric movomenl. Raymond....... The existence of a high pre.ssiire Stirliihg......... area on the plateau west of �he Rose Butte...... llocky Mountains with u contempor- North Ward... nry occurrence of low i>ressui-o on the �>astern .side is the lirs-l cause of the chiupok. >|jservations haro shown, ^.taftordvilie... that a variation of three or four de- ] Tabor............... grees of pivssum between the plat- Little Bow S..... eau ol Lt�h and the plain of Slani-; whi'tu's.............. toba and the Northwest has invari-jorassy Lake.... at>ly preceded the occurrence of the Chinook, But this docs not explain the | Dow wai-mth of the Chinook, 1*0 path pot of the mownient of t'he high pres-sui� �ria is over t'lie Rocky Moim-tains, aiJd it is the |>assing over the divide that is accountable for the l^'lhbridgu C, Lcthbridge S... LHtlo Dow N... BIj; Bow............ Islaivd...... Hole.......... 1)0 \'eljcr, 7 62 89 20 las 03 100 10,5" 4 8 4 8 11 ti 637 Ivcs. 4 75 11 16 41 1-24 96 68, \s-\ 4 j 13 j 4 9 6 1 O f{0 Ilourii-Before 0 a.m., 2-li p.uj 1-8 p. m. Sundays-2.30 to p. 111. Telephones 11 and 53. F. H. Mkwbukx W. S. Galbbaith M. D. 0. M, M. D. C, M. Drs. DcYcber & Campbell Pliysicians and Surgeons. Offices-Ott block. 'Phone 143, 4831 DR. B. JACKSON dentist Tlio total vote poUod in last week's eleerature of thcol.i-]u,o total was 1,120. The Liberals nook. The tomperaturt! ct the air ,,,,k.. big gains at several polling! lowers as it clinrt;s the slope, but places, notably Raymond. ITievres-' this Juwciins is accompanied by a)once of the Lal>or candidate in the .onN-lensaUon ol the water vopor of ' fiokl did damagii to their old s'.ind-ihe air. .last as it takes heat to ipg at X�). tl and Tabor, convert water into v�por, so heat is 1 As predicted bv the Hei-�Id last hberatixl in the condensation of v�p-\vepk. Mi'. Keiicr loses his deposit, or into rain. This not only checks the lowering ci t'e�ni>craturc, but by exjiansion increases the rajmlity of movement ol the air. On the east i ^, , ^. , , slope of the mountains also the force ' foo^hall t:o between '.orms IV. ol movement which carries the and V, ol the Central school was Graduate Northwestern University Dental School, Chica^'o. Office-Ott Block FOOTBALL MATCH. rent below super-imposing strata of,l^'�>'^^ Uiesdny afternoon with uir subjects tl�c travelling to com-!,"� results to the IV. hoys, prossion bv which its temperature is first goal was jiut thiough by raised so .the chinook is a warmi""^ "'""^ "''^�"l '"^''e wind. The increase in temperature i!"'"* Ka�"e sure, t;he V scored again is said by United States x^-eather,'.'" �>alf, making tlie score Ruthorjtics to be one degree for each - ^� " six hundred feet of descent, Tbel--------. -. - aprjearanco of tie "chinook clouds" XOTICK. popularly so called, is the condensa-j _ tion of vapor in the chinook which j The Licjuor License tjpdinnnce, Prov-has climbed the western slope of the; incc of AH>erta. divide, and is coining our way, j . The effect t*'Jhe chinook is phcno-; Apnlications have beon m�dc liv menal. Changes in temperature arc, tlie following for the renewal of; very rapid. A rise ol lorty-seven do- their licenses for the yo�r 1906-1907: I groes is recorded to have occurred in { c. J. Eckstrom & Co., hotel license seven minutes in Montana, and in respect of the Dallas Hotel situ-thirty inchts of snow has been melt-j ate on lots 12 and 13. tilock 31, Jas. A. Macdonald ARCHITECT Southard Block, Redpath Street. LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. J. E. ALLEN -; Architect and Superintendent RAYMOND ALBERTA fd or evaporated in twelve hours. Correspondingly sreat changes have Lcthbridge. Frederick Rooncy, hotel liccn.se m ] occurred in Southern Alberta. .The; respect of the Arlington Hotel, ait-winds come roaring down the passes; uatc on lots 1 and 2, block 5, Leth-of the mountains in s-uch places asi|,.idgc. Frank, with great force. They have; n. E. Miebach, hotel license in re-a high rate ci" si>efd at Ijethbridge,! s|)oct of the Wind.sor Hotel, situate Macleod and Calvary. Their in-{on lots 9, 10 and 11, hlock 6, Lelh-flucncc is great at Medicine Hat, and I bridge, to a onslderahlo distance farther| Henderson & Downor, hotel license east, and is slightly perceptibk} at; ;, resptx-t of t.he Coaldalo Hotel, Regina. As far north as Edmonton i .wHtiato on lots 1 and 2, block 32, and even mto the Peace Ri\'er Val-!LetJibridge. ley. soft, warm south-westerly winds { Wm.. Henderson, hotel licon.se in re- George Rogers LUMBER The Old Reliable Yaid North of Freight Shed. Widest Choice Highest Grades Lowest Prices YARDS AT- ore felt contemporaneous with the more violent wind of the south, though at these point's their characteristic inlhienoe is greatly attenuated. In Southern Alberta they spect of t'lHj Balmoral Hotel, situate on lots 30 and 31, Mock 32, U-th-bridge, Wm, Henderson, hotel license in respect of the Hotel Lethbridgv, situ- blow the .snow violently about for a;,'t^ on lots 20, 21 and 22, block IS, time, ami finally lick it all up and i Lcthbridge. leave a dry prairie, though some-! m. E. Hoy &� Co , wholesale licen.sc times part of the snow is melted on m ,.esi>oct of tlic preimses sittinie on the ground. lot 1, block 32, Lcthbridge. The economic importance of iljc, o,,o. Houk �V Co., whoJe.sale lie-wind* is Ki>eat. It is the chinook j (.^so in respect of the ['-^mi^'S situ-that has given to Southern Alberta laio on lot in. hUivk 7. Lcthbridge. its lame as a ranch country. Cattle, : Huiison'.s l!nv Co., �b�>le.siil.. lie-horses and sheep gram out all win-l,nse in lesfNci of ih,- �"w-'^e.^ lifter without any food except thela.ti. on lot 2J. blocli 7. I.elhl ri.-ige. prairie hay, which cures on the stem. Carroll ic Doyl... liotol lironsc in Once in ten years an exceptionaHy ,-esp.ct of the labor llcitel. situate hardwater occurs which decimates .,,c-fi'.nrter .s.'ction 32. township LETHBRIDGE. RAYMOND. STIRUNfi. TABOR. . It Will Pay You To See Our Stock Before Buyi agElsewhere. the herds of those who do not pro- J), ranD;� 16, \ve.��t oi the 4th merid- vWe supplementary food for stock *n/ian, J'abor, Ai'berta. prolon^d hard woabher, but generally, little hay is fed. Range horses axKl cattle take on a heavy coat wit>h the approach of winter. If the Lord does not teraiwr the wind to the Rhorn Iamb and the cow and the horse,, he covers them with a sult-aljle blanket -during hard weather. The cattle can "intuit" the wind bettor than the cowboy, ami w^hilc still surrounded by the,frozen crust and numb with the stui*cfying frost, fares the west, and with nose aloft heralds its coining, 'then they gat out on tlie knolls soon to be bai^, and hiogin to Iced. The rancher is passing. 'i^he Saxon settler has pierced into cattleland at all points, I and his furrow is blackening the ; t.-xwny prairie, -o- SILVER ANNIVERSARY. These afipliciitions will be considered b.v the Boar;l of Licens*; Commissioners for License District No. 6, at a meeting to be hold at Loth-bridge on Thursday, May 17, at 10 o'clock o. TO, Dated nt Edmonton the 14th day of April, 1906. S, B. Woods. Deputy Attornoy-Getjeral. Building Material We cm supply yM witk Sashes Mai i)M>r*.|W|gil�w Md Doer Pnm^ Office, Ba�k tad House Fittlifs. PINXSHED LUMBER & TURN INGS OF ALL KINDS Clear and common lumber on hand Quotations promptly given on application CRANBROOK SarbA Door Facto ly CRANBROOK, B C For Sale We Can't Do ft The twenty-fifth anniversary of the Women's Missionary Society of the Methodist Church, was celebrated by tlMs local branch lost night, A very enjoyable programme was contribut-cd^ consisting of a solo hy Mrs. Southard, a reading by Miss Kinni-burg, an organ selection by T. Taylor, and tt splendid w.k1rcss by Mrs Daniel. Ilefixsshmeiits were afterwards served. We can fill any order for the very best cleaned Oats ever offered at $20,00 per ton, sacked f. o. b,. High River. Please send in your oiders at once arty exceeds the severe pains across the back and a capacity of the car, an extra sleeper 1 blinding headache. I had d.V8pep8ia which speedily developed .lnto__ ^ pj^^^, �>, hoard. J. W. Kean Sl Co Opposite P, O. 'Phone 98 and mvsolf contracted aevore colds i��d kitchen of the prl-j and was so constipated that I couW Zlr''�iL5^'"'!MoTd�^i,'^ car supplfes the meals. There is not move my bowels without a cat- hartic. I was cured by Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets, and have been well now for six months land The Luse Land Company point with pride to the fact that on a single train which left Minnoapoli's rn April 4tb in three scctionii. they I Last Thursday Rev. A, M. Gordon ^^��^^^^ ___officiated at the marriage ol Mlsa'soon ^**�4^ , Hilda .lohnston and G, G?und8torm, (grip worst kind of la grippe, with all its nii.Herablo 8,ymptoms," says Mr. J. S, Kgle'ston. of Maple Landint. Iowa' "Knees and Joints achllW, ,�,,rM -no ra mm auciiunn, vnuy muscles sore, head stopped �}P._fy*" brought l�6i settlers into Canada, and nose .running.?with. if � settler finds the lands not ex- spolls of �W��/n'',^oj:�'':i.%-S!^^ rctweoontwl in the company's using Chamberlain's Cough Re^ the �mount of Ms passage aid^g the samp w'lth o douMe doM ^^^^^^ ^ company al- of Chamberlain 8 Stomach and UV- . IUv�r litvator and LuiAber Co., Ltd. High River, Alta. Charles Scliack, Mgr, ; For what some others do your work for BUT WE CAN DO j Better, which ini more im-portent to ybuflasibe Mie �.� of your - f > Shirts, CoilaK.Cufk is lengthened by our process 'of laundering them. : George Beverley R��l Estate, RcntiAf. Loans, In-svranec aa^ Investments ..,, .,. I can sell your land no matter ths," says Mr. Arthur s. .<�tick-; Where located. Special; r^pres^nt. , of fJhattanoogn, Tenn. For otive. NaUonftl Co-opomti^e Realty sale by all druggists. er Tablets, . and by its liberal use completely knocked out  the Sold by all drug)gists. so takes care o< a settlor's family when the man ot the house is oblig-' ed to go on adioad. The Alberta Provincial Safajbattt School Convention holds its annual convention at Rwl Deer thiis year April 2tth. 2r.th, and 20th areJJie dates chijfen, ! , 'I Co, Chicago AUCTIONEER Cries-Merchandise, Farm and Stock Sales T^BGR ALBERTAi Neck Comfort Isu.t possible when your collar has "saw teeth" etlges. In our laundry every coih�r is ironed with a smooth, round, comfortable edge- no extra charge either. Phone 145. Wagon calls everywhere. Let us try a lot for you.' ;