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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 19, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta THAT BIG INCREASED THE GRAN Town Council Favors an Active Publicity Campaign. A LOCAL BUDGET. 1 i Tiltt CHINOOK AND ITS WO UK. Wy J. M. jtfcCa.g. MAJORITY IS EIGHTY DR.. P. TULLER Hat secured 200,000 acrei south and east of Lethfctidge. They will be locating hundreds of Homeseekers from all parts of the United States and Canada BUY NOW IF YOU WANT A GOOD CHOICE LIST 4. NOW Without nnk\ hesitation the iov.*n| council on Monday night granted an extra $700 to the Hoard ol Trade, making the total grunt f 1,000. The , necessity for the grant was emphas-1 J�ed in strong speeches by Messrs. I Harford, lawman and Young, dcle-, gnlos from tho Hoard. Tltey point-od out that the Hound wanted the money to boom lx>th bridge. Ii would I*? iwpondod in bringing the! 'town to the notice of manufacturers in*. I tiers, so that the people outside would become better acquainted with Lcthbvidge's excellent location ns a manufacturing ami distributing ;cvti(rc, and its great agricultural re* s-ources. Tho delegates argue\l that IV McCarthy, Raymond, is in town today. tl. T. Skeith, of Calgary, is back in town again. N'-Uht Constable Jones commenced . .4 duty last night-. I n,,-v �l�pHr ok. wns $48.00. now...............*3� 00 Come in and see them- - it won't cost you^a cent. _Ke. member then* are only IS. Small stoves from $7.50 to $17.00. THE CENTRAL HARDWARE STORE U. L. VRChOMAN Coaldalc at 8 o'clock Sunday after noon. Allan Morris has left the Oalt Hospital, and is Maying at the ltal- !moral Motel. Master Harold Henson fell into an the work the Hoard would pursue [open ditch nt the public school and in this direction would t�e tieneflclal ,broke his collar bone, to the whole community. It was, (\ Mair, immigration agent, Leth-poinUnt out that other towns and] bridge, has gone to Fern;*, it. t\. cities 'throughout the west were on immigration business, making substantial grants to their j \\*m. M. Wilson, of ttagrath, m Boards of Trade. > town today. Ho Is a Scotchman and The council was in accord with the: has l>ccn farming near Mngr.tth r,\cr views expressed, ami voted an addi- a year, and is highly pleased wi'h tional grant of $70o. t^,e country. AW. Robinson presided at the A Barnardo boy named Levi ten mating in the absence of Mayor waJ8 commltlwi |or ,rini nt Uw Bnr. Rogers. .1. It. tlei tor an wan referrile ami slmfta, Road Cart, 5H Egg luctiliator and Brooder, Batrnck. Milk Tester, Wheelbarrow, Scales. Scraper. Large Stmthconu llot Blu&t Heater, Oxford Chancellor Steel Range and Pipe, Wtiluut Book Case and Desk, Ash Book Shelves, Rockers, Chairs. Dish Cupboard. CutniJ B^ls, Tuble^ Washing Machine and \Vring�?r, Wash Tubs. Creame Pailr Butter Prints and other articles too numerous to mem nt. Lunch will be served at noon. Sale will commence ut 10 n ni. RMS CASH motion was i�nss^.1 ihot all (ttture p>.lowalks hv laid hah way between the tlitch lino und the fence line. Tin* spur truck l\v-la\v aik! the hack I i r o n **.? by-law w��re p re sen t �?d. Tho council were unanimous for both hut adjourned until tonight In order to complete some clerical details. Town Solictor Cony^are explain-td that the Oovermuctvt &hh this ttct un* til Oic atttumn ws^ion. Meant'Unc irnnicAltiitc legislation is nev Vrooman.... f .1 Johnston.... A. U �"v J. to..... i^et hhrMge I-Jlectric Co... En.ston & Co...... Lethhrittgc Herald......... U^thbrKiKe Electric Co... The following accounts were ordered to be paid J,ethorlcchit containing all Die news of the Han rVanciseo disaster. Many compliments were offered us on our cntcr$�rise. The Iter a M alms to he an up-to-date newspaper. E. r. Hylands, of the Hudson's Boy Co., has t>ecn wry much concerned about ihe safety of his wife, who is in California, near lx>s An-fteie*. New* today, howewr. makes it clear that the disturbance 'team, 21; Andrew Naismith's team. 15. S-t. Patrick's Aid held a most successful bo/.aar in Oliver's Hnll yes-tenJay. Some excellent fancy work and useful articles found a ready sale, and 4he ladies cleared about $100. The Re%*eral stalls wore in charge of Mefrdamcs Murray, IV Ve bcr, Cunningham nnd Howard, and Misses Edii Kenny, O'Laughlin. l�e-loy. Hoy and Begin. J. D. Fuller, of e Volter �2 �0 a 7" 128 t>a 100 i o:r t H I 5 2 11 o:i7 St. Mary s. Kavmond... Stirling...... Hose Mutte...... North Ward... ljclhbrtdge, C... Lethhrldgo S... afYordville...... Litt'o llow S...... While's....... Ornssv Lake...... 4 t 4 * LHlle How Hit; Uow How IstaiKt Pot Mole r I A happy home is the mout valuable possesion thai is within the reach of mankind, *>*t you cannot enjoy �s comforts if you arc sufferinff from rheumatism. You throw aside business cares whon you enter vour stood for a warm southwest wind blowing over this locality. It was then ihousht to 1^,^,. n^i^bothnm. due to the influence of tho warm Ja-,mn.iority mxn dcclm pan current, which could not possibly la accountable for the widespread Influence of this wind. It is still popularly considered to have this origin. The warm properties of the wind when it strikes the prairie on the east side of the Rocky Mountain* is thought not to bo compatible with t*ho cold of mountain altitudes, and it has been naturally concluded that it must I o simply a current of a.k*mic tem|�envturo of the Chinook. The tcmi>erntiive iA the air lowers as it eliml s the s1o|h\ but this lowering is accompanied by a condensation oi the water val>or of the air. Just us it takes heat to convert uutei into vapor, so heat is liherativl in the condensotion of vnp-" or into rain. This not only checks the lowering if t^�i|K�rntuiv( but by expansion increases the rapidity of movement ot the air. On the ea�t slope of the mountains also the force ot movement which carries tho current below super-imposing strata of i�lr subjects the travelling -to com-' prcssion by which Its tviiifsrature is ra-iMHl sci.ihe chinook is a warm _ wind. The increase in temperature is sai-d ly tniUd States weather (UUhoritHb to be one degree for each six hurKlrnl feet of descent. Tlie appearanct* oi tl.o "ohini>ok clotKls" fiopularly so called, is the condensation of vapor in the chlnook which has climbod the western slope of the divide, and is coming our way. The effect lit Jhe chinook is phenomenal. Changes in teminerature are very rapid. A rise of forty-sevea de-grtvs is recorded to have occurrexl in seven minutes in Montana, and thirty Indus of snow has been mcR-t-d or evaporated in twelve hours. Correspondingly ftreut changes have occurred in Southern Alberta. The winds come roaring down t-hc passes of the mountains in such places as Frank, with grent force. They have a hifijh rate c�thbrisljce, Macleod and Calvary. Their influence is great at Medicine Hat, and to a considerable distance farther east, ami is slightly perceptible, at Reglna. As far north as Edmonton and ev.?n into the Peace River Valley, soft, warm south-westerly winds are felt contemporaneous with the more vioL-nt wind of the south, though at these points their characteristic influence is greutly attenuated. In Southern PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON LETHBR1DOE 3fflce-0�cr Ott's Barber Shop. HOMS-11:00 to I'J-.nn noon; 3;00 10 5.00 p. m ; 7:00 to 8 30 p. m. Office Nlglu Hell ami Telephone four if: 'A c rr. fi 7 M oo 7 o I 111 S.'i a. w 1 1 Pi SIMMONS 4 BENNETT Barristets Ac. LKTIIUIRDOB AND CARDSTON T4f4hbrifl|: * � t t � * Drs. Mew burn & Galbraith Phy*tcian>, SuftffCn*. Accoiadrn __nHioo Rixlpntli St. cor. itiinloM. I,w Hours -Ruforo 0 u.m.t 2 :{ p.m.. Nt,v 7-8 pall boarers were J. D. IHg'ln* boihaiu, R. K. Sherloik, rjl. P. McNeil (Mac�eod), W. C. Ives, W. A. Buchanan and II. MaclL'th. A. M. Monden, Pine her Creek, ami Mr. McLean � brother, from near Calvary, were in attendance at ihe fum*ral. o WESTERN * WAREHOUSE TRANSFER CO. Lhl. Railroad TranHtVrrin^. Dray. in� and Uenernl Delivering. Coal Delivered Promptly, -.� KEAN'S VOR High-Class Confectionery Boyd's - Candy Is Delicious Death or Capt. NacdoncIL Capt. Maedonell, of the Olengary much, dh-d this afternoon after a short illiush. lie was one of tho host known men' in Southern AI her la. Uo had l*een runchinf" for six or seven years, hut pi ior to that was connected witih the Mounted Police almost from its organization, lie was loeatod nt Fort Walsh at lhc tiroe of Sitting: Hull's surrender. Partlc- C. E. Walker, agent of the Luse Land Co., Calgary, was a caller at the . llerakl Office last week. He spent a few days here looking over this section, and was much Impressed. The Luse 1-ami Co. have been operating extensively in Manitoba ami Saskatchewan, but this is the first season they have attempted to do anything in Alberta. They have secured the option on two hundred ami fifty thousand acres in the vicinity of Stottlcr, which they are selling under contract with the C P. H. at from eight to twelve dollars per aero. What impresses the casual observer most strongly is Wio luxury en-IJoywl hy the patrons of the Luse. Law! Co. The Imperial Limited has nothing better to offer. Tho company operates three private cars of its own. 'l"hcse ears a no equal in their appointments to any rolling stock in service, and yet tho rates aro exceedingly low. Over the C. P. It. system one cent a mile is charged, and on the American roads tho return ticket i� noUi tor half the single fare. The rate Cor berth and board is but one dollar and a half a day, and the"*fare 4s equal to that, offered by a nrstHjlass hotel. At the forward end of tho ear is a large ami well appointed kitchen. In the main part ot the car are nine sections and a drawing room, upholstered and turniohod in the best blow the snow violently about for a time, and finally lick it all up and leave a dry prairie, though sometimes part* of ih* snow Is melted on the cround. The economic importance *�f ih-* wind* is greal. It is the chinook lhat has givin to Southern Alberta its fame as a ranch country. Cattle, horses ami sheep graze out all winter without any food except the prairie hay. which euros on the stem. Once in ten years an exceptionally hardwater occurs which decimates the herds of those who do not provide supplementary food for stock in prolonged hard weather, but generally, little hay is fed. Itonge -horses and cattle take on n heavy coat with the approach of winter. If tho Lord does not tenner the wind to the shorn lamb and tl>e cow and tho horse*,, he covers them with a suitable blanket during hard weather.  The cattle can "intuit" the wind hotter than the ei.wboy. and while still surrounded by the, frozen crust, and numb with tho studying frost,' faces the w*st, and with nose aloft heralds its coming, 'lhen they gat out on the knolls soon to bo bared, and begin to feed. The rancher is passing The Saxon settlor has pierced into caltleland at all points, ami his furrow is blackening the ttwny prairie. -o- SUA Hit ANNIVKitSAltV. Tho twenty-fifth anniversary of tho Women's Missionary Society of the Methodist Church, was celebrated by tl*e local branch hist night. A very enjoyable ptogramino was contrihut*; ed; consisting of a solo by Mrs. Southard, a reading hy Miss Kinni-1 burg, an organ selection by T. Taylor, and a splendid atfclress by Mrs Daniel. ItefiVKhments wore afterwards served. -o- Applications haw l.een mode hy the following for the renewal of their licenses for the year 1900-1907: C. �I. Lckstrom & Co , hotel license in respect of the DnUas Hotel situate on Unr, 12 and 13, Mock at. f-ethb ridge. Frederick Hooney, hotel licen'o in respect oi the Arlington Hotel, situate on lots I and 'J. block T*. Leth-lii'ldge. It. K. Miebaeh. hotel ln\-nw in re-Npcct of the Windsor 1 Lit el, fntunte on lots 10 and 11. block (V, 1^-th-brMge. I!t*ndersnn & IMwner. hotel license in rv+i|H'et oi t-he Con Male Hotel, sittiate on lots 1 and 2, block Lethbridge. Win. IIeiidei>un, h*>tel licence in r.� SfM'ct of fl>�� llnlmornl Hotel, situate on lots :tn ami HI, bfoek :t'J. Ijrth-brhlge. Wm. Ileiulerscm. hotel Ijeerise In rw-Allierta they (K|>ect *�f IIk� Hotel l^thbridg.\ Mtu- Th t George Rogers LUMBER Ol.l Reliublo Yard North oi Freight Shed Widest Choice Highest Grades Lowest Prices ate on lots 'Jh. 'Jl ami 'J'J. hlork 13. fythbridge. M. K. Hoy & Co. wholesal.s lh.-nsol iii reS|M>i-1 of the premiers Httunto on tot 1. block :iJ Lethhridf;** llouk �V Co . wholesul" license in IVS|�r� i tii ihe premises situate on lot Mock 7 l^nhbri.lge. Hudson'** lla> *'�� . u hnlesul** lic- I'liv^ in ii'siK-rt of t'n- |iivinlst�* situate on lot *-i. bhu-K T I.ethJridge Carroll ^ Doyfe. luitrt lirfiine in resp 11 of t le- Tabor lb*!el, sit uate (tn oue-rjtfii*tei , r.in�:' HI, went (A tho 1th meridian. Tabor, Aiberta. These npplientions will be considered by 'lite I lour. I of License. Commissioners for License District No. \ 6, at a meeting to be held nt Loth- j bridge on Thursday, May 17, at It) o'clock a. in. Dated at Fxlmonton the Mth day - of \prll. 1900. S. II. Woods, Deputy Attornoy-Oeneral - YARDS AT- LtfH BRIDGE, RAYMOND, STIRLING, TABOR, . It Will Pay You To See Our Stock Before Buy i ng Elsewhere Buildinp Material Wc csu supply yon with Saslies **i DoorsJWiadaw aatf boor Fraac^ OHlce, Disk �od House Piltlofii. PIK JSHE1) LUMBER & TURN INUS OF ALL KINDS Clear and common lumber on hautl Quotations promptly given on application Oats For Sarh CRANBROOK Door Facto i y CKASDUOOK, It 0 We Can't olt Wc can fill any order for tin* very l>cst cleaned Outs ever oftorKl For what some others do your work for at $20.00 per ton, sacked f o. b.. g(JJ ^ QQ High River. Please send in your orders at once to Hi River Elevator and! lietlor, which ia more iut- �i portent to you, as the life of your u�w co.. u*. Shirts, Collars, Cuffs HAY, OATS, SAND AND STONE FOR SALE All the Freshest Fruits on the Market ulars of the Captain's actual lite lnanm)r. jn the rear ol tho car is a will appear in next week's Herald, capacious sitting room with wide j observation windows and an observation plat/orm. The car can carry High River, Alta. (UUP KNOCKED OLT. foot) enough tor seventy )icople one week. It tho party exceeds AGENTS FOR McCormlck & CocUslnitt Mdchinery / AVehber and Adams Wagons \f Canada Carriage Co/s Buggies, Etc, leu Cream and Ice Cream Sofia a Specialty. Try a Uh(K*olate Suudae ''Some weeks ago. during the sev **rt� winter weather, both uiul tnysoH contrncteu* severe which speedily developed Into the . . for tho i capacity of the car, an extra shwpcr . coldi ! lH lokMC