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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 26, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta Great Auction Sale On May 1st it the EDCSEHILL FARM On Six Mik Coulee, comprising 'About 50 head ot a mixed bunch, of Young Cu It loin good order1, oAvnirfil cnvxl anm.'? with OflK'fls, Farm Wfigrm 'nnd rack, Graw Seeder, Spraying Machine, Straw Cutter, Democrat with pole and shafts, Road Cart, 50 Egg Incubator aiid Brooder, Babcock Milk Tester. Wheelbarrow, Scales, Scraper, Largo Stratheoiia Hot Blast Heater, Oxford Chancellor Steel Range aud Pipe, Walnut. Book Caso and Desk. Ash Book Shelves, Bookers, Chairs. Dish Clipboard. Camp Beds, Tables, Washing Machine'-'and'Wringer, Wash Tubs, Creamers, Pails. Ratter Prints and other articles too numerous to men t ion. Lunch will be noon. Sale will commence at 10 a. in. TERMS CASH a. J. COULTER WHITE CJUS NE1DIG OWNER AUCTIOSTEBK. Sketch of an M, L A. HE TALKS ABOUT THE CeiWTlY Much in need tf Tn Facilities, ?iilgury AliHM'Uui: oi Peace River Crossing, lias giv- ing me some interoKting information about cvnsliiuem'y. He' explain- how it was -that such a small ,'oie had bo-en cast in t-he recent times as far from Calgary to Rd- monton. ''''The them is only due other break to navigation -all ihe wuy io the w-inter months, when iho roads are JX-SL. The half- bixxsls, who have no as a rule., west for the winter jnonths ntid j buikl themselves shacks. where Cur i.s still pleiitiiul- Skins are si.-'.l the currency of tlic country. All this line, country lacks Is ft re bftrti tk fccett lyt ESertfes. (From the Car-.lstoii Star.) Xolwi'Uisi'andmij tho fact that, jethbridgxi is grappling wrth a coal stnkv, everything scorns to 'to mov- ing along about the same as usual. Tho only notioeablo oyarigo ij iho presence of unemployed men on the street.. Ix't'hbridgc is .slill huMlhitf uloitg- towards progressive ckyhood, and hor. people- are not going to let j a little strike forestall her Fron tho quick movements that our frioruJ Jiilly Jves has -been mak- ing in tiie political byc-elect-ion where otic- Duncan .Mai-shall has I present, u-ouki -load us to !x4ieve 'ho is pr act-icing for a foot sprint on Dominion Day. would halo lo run with him unc'ere- MacdoniK'H's death, which was reported briefly jn 'hist week's issue of the Hera I'd, "removed -from life a man who been in the west for years. His connec- tion with the Mounted Polio1 brought him into -touch with tho early history of -this country. He joined ahe in the- latter pain of Uw seveiHios. Ho rapidly i-nso un- til he' because n siiperinteivdpn-l. j askatchew-an and Alberta. was i command at Fort Walsh in Uu> roublesonv.' -days of Shting- Bull. [o was one of Uio escort who ac- tho old chief-tan across he The oaptuin had'been lationed at Maclood anil nd was well known to everybody in his district. Capt. Mucdonnoll bo- ongeU 'to an old Glengarry family. to'was A son of Col. Angus Afa'c- lonnell, a veteran of iho war of I8lii, aiv.l -a -grand nephew of the ate Right Hrv. Itishop" M-acdo-nnell, j the first bishop oi iho Houum C'wth- dmrdi in i'ana'da. Oapl.' Mao.lonnr-H was in his HOi-li year at the -time of iris death. Capt. .Macdonnel'l served -in the r a id of 1807. DR. P. W. TULLER PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON' LETHBRIDGE Barter Shop. noon; to p. to p. ra. Office Nlgbt Bell and Telephone offspring of Hudson's Anft qaick coimuunicauon vviih tho t WATCH VALUES t Do you want a watch'? Most everyone does. Ever- body needs one. 1 1 Some people, however, donrt feel lite {xiyina: a large'] i sum for one. They try to get by depending on I public clocks and their friends for the lime. Inconvenient, of course. 1 have a'number of watches in stock that I wish lo dispose i> of at bottom prices. All the 4 i leading makes. They are all first-class.time- keepers, as I test each one myself before putting it out. i They are positively so cheap -that there'is no further excuse for your going without a watch. WESTERN WAREHOUSE TRANSFER CO. J. Armstrong JEWELER ENGRAVER OPTICIAN. Ltd; Railroad Dray- ing and General Delivering. Coal Delivered Proiuptly. RAY. OATS. SAND AND STONE FOR SALE AGENTS, FOR McConnick Cockshutt Machinery v Webber and Adams Wagons Canada Carriage Co.'s Uiiggies. Etc. and J. F. RODGERS 'Phone 63. Ma' Synopsis Of Canadian North-West HOMESTEAD REGULATIONS. ANT even nnmbere.1 neclloa o Lanai Minltoba. Albcna, cacejnins s an l y.. r.ot re civeO. miy be homeMcaded by any pemo who tn ihe PO'C lea'l of i family, or any male over IS yearn of age. so the client or oae-tniarter secjiun of more or leas. mat be maJe ptfraona'.ly a: ite local laud ortlcc Tor ;hc district tn which the land I-i situate, or U ihcliomcaieadcrdeMren, he mar aj'pllcailon to ifac MlnNier of the Interior. Oitavra, the Cooiralealoner or or the locil ajtcut receive authority for one to raaSe entry for hlai. homesteader !s reqiilrctl to pcrfura the coalitions conceded therewith under one of tbe f vllowiac plans.: 1. renMcncc upon and cuUlratton of tbelmid In each rear for three If the If the father IK of ihe home leader resides upon a f jrrn in the Tlclslty of lie land entered for the to residence may be satisfied fty ftnnn retldlnf with the father or 3. If the settler fcrnianent rtsldeacc Tirmlnf land owned br him in the vicin- ity of the an io may be satisfied br residence upon KEAN'S High-Class Confectionery Bpyd's Candy Is Delicious Day num who came into Uio country ihiriA forty years ago took Inditiu wives. Those natives have never out of the country, aiicl can scartvly be "cxiwcted to have much conversance wti'h the 'custonvs of nho outside -world. They came strolling into -the polling places a day or two aftor tho elect-ion. wore surpriswl anfl when i heir votes were- Peace IMver Crossing is about four hwKirc-d niik's -nolwi west oi l-Almmuou. Oivliivarily two weeks is allowed for the journey in winter, Mr. llrick.'iisa-dc it in c-i-g-ht days in order to reach Kdmonton in lime for the opening dt the Legislature. In wMiter the trails -arc laid over the lakos and watercourses, and tho go- ing: is excellent. The member iron i Poace Hiver will return in the spring by stagyj from Bclnvonton to Aiha Landing, thence by steamboat to tiic month of the Lesser Slave jri'.vr, thence up 'i wenty-five miles o rupKls -by mtiii power ari: across Lesser "Slave lake 'by 'boat 'and finally one'humlrod miles" .by 'good road. A steamer is Ciptaih Barber, of Winnipeg, to on tho Lesser Slave lake. >fr. Brick has in the ''district he represents for -twenty-two years, iaml is known; he says, to everyono iu all that coimtry. Indeed, everj'- one knows everyone else j ii yaey- all lived in town. Mr. Brick went north for the first Lime in the spring of 1886 to join I who was a'missionary at r Dun vegan-on the Peace River. Ho teamed from Calgary to Edmonton. At Athabasca Landing fell in with iWrn. Ogilv-ie, 'the government survey- ror. who was makmg a sun-ej- of the [Athoixisca He I him on his trip down the Athabasca and up the Peace River to Dunveg- an, where he ,n the fall of that a journey of some thousands of miles, which constitut- s practically a circuit of Northern Alberta Mr. IJrick is a farmer and ranchnr. He gave me some" saroples of arnl oats grown on his place. In good .seasons they have no utside world. Tf I'ithjr. of !h-j two .orthermost routes T -c MIC SraiKl Trunk Pacific are the will Peacj at Fort Hudson's Hope. Tliis ill make district to he roadi If the' Wapiti j nsV-i-ute s chosen, -the road lravet'st.-s tho Yellow Itead Pass, i hi district will be no DJC' However, does' no-t realize the u country, some EJrick is con6dent :-'llivor at T. T .vs tf Mi-. Ho it -to the honor ami 'com of. SIMMONS 4 BENNETT Barristers v I KT II B III DC5 E A N D C A KDSTON Lethbridce Office. Southard Block Money to Lend on Town rmd Farm Property W. C. Siinioxs, B. A., Crowe 0. V. BKN.S'BTT B. A. OR.C. C.CRAGG PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Over Office 125 'PHONE Store House 94 Mrs. Mac-do rmell, -who gh-tcr. of the lace John McU-iHis, of Williams-town, stirvtvos her hustxind. The funeral took place on Satur- day last from St. Patrick's church. The service was conducted llcv. Fisher Van Tighcni. The pnll-boar- ors were Henderson, A. C'un- tliey loug-lvt a good, clo-un, stravgivt forward political campaign. Tfiert was no ntiKl sling'i'n-g, no ir vie lives, no insintia-vrng i-oforences It was plain .talk -and -honest i nhvgliam, W. Hanlio, 11. Drs. GaJbraith Physicians, Surgcoiu, Accoucfurt. St. cor. Buulett. i) a.m., 2-IJ p.m.. 7-8 p. in. -to -8.30 p. m. Telephones 41 and 53. F.H.MEWBUKX M. C. M. Drs. DeYeber Campbell Physicians and Surgeons. nig on -both sides. Pat'tizan xvould do well to keep tho files of tlie Lct-hbrfclge in full view where political' conquests are rife, j Friend and foe felt that fairness had j been mstod'out to all, ami so far as -the papers arc concerned, 'no one .should be L. M. .lohnstoho' mul CJco. Frascr. The Mounted Police and old-liinors wore well Oflicca-Ott block. 'Phone i, t-lic La'bor candidate iu Lotlibri'dgc riding, who ran Sim- HV-LAWS TASSBD. The Town Council held a special j LJ last. Thursday" evening and' shortly be -built. .illl ft I'OU'J 11 jmons a close second, says he -is f Cectly .sat-Jsncd with ahe results. N A MEMORY FOR FACES Ottawa, April the course of the 'reception -on Saturday Prrnce Arthur gave an instance of 'the re- markable memory for faces which is gift of tihe iloyal Pamily. The of- ficers on duty were prose-mod to His Royal at tho station.- Wfaen -Lrt.-Cpl. Hodgins, D.O.C., pass- ed him. the Prince said at o-nce, inc-t replied Col. Ilc'Jgins, -vyou. A few moments later the. Prince m- sjwcted of honor, and Col. Kodgins. accojnpanied him. As they went dcwsi the liac Prirjce Arthur turnc-d and said: "I've p4aced you. Two year's ago you were Attached to Now that's the projxn- way to talk. Shefihan is iiot -the only one sa w-Lth the -the 'general- ly, rejoice in ahc outcome; Shormart ways he Will 'out yot. We admire him for his we can't say much ci' his judgment. He contcstc-J -this -elect-ion at the best possible moment for will not favor him as they this time. the by-law" for a'spur track was given a third and final reading. Ju its final Torin it 'gives', permission to" any company to build down to 'but -not across. Tho before putting, down the track, -is to .submit t-hoj plans to the council for -its approv- j al. Tho railway is -also to Le under, the same Hability for damages cans-! that it would -be if the track wore part of its through line. DR. B. JACKSON DliXTlRT Graduate Northwestern University Dental School, 'Chicago. Office-Olt Block J E. ALLEN Arcliiit'ct rnul Supcnntejuii nt I RAYMOND ALBERTA. Tho hack driver's license by-law i was. given .its reading. For lone hack rhc license is and for-t u-ach ackiitional hack Our old .friend of -the" A. R. to wrrt 1. Co., is Kmpirig' nround Leth- All Ihe Freshest Fruits on the Market Tco Cream and Tee Cream Soda a Six-cinlty. Try a Chocolate Snnclao J-W. Kean P. O. 'Phone 08 ft Pimce Two years ago Col.' Hodjfimi was "m Englhil tmdorgoing; his trimmg for tacbical fitiwss for coraniarKl. "In the courW of tliis he "was' to Y Bat- tery, Arthur was attached at the same t-ime' ;Mve two tieinjif'on'parade together, 'but not spooking to each other. Subsequent- ly at the mano'uvres, Col: Hodgins was introtJuceit to him a couple oV times. britl-jc a gaune k-g-. Wcrts se- Rogers LUMBER th-c C. 1'.' H. mformihs t-he company that the -town' hft.s now completed The Old Reliable Yard North of lactod EasU-r Sunday as a most opportune 'day to run out, and. visit his anaiiy .friends at Stirling- The I motor car was groomed and ''-hkchcd up. All wsnt well for a'couple of miles, and Werts had glorious vis- io'ns of a vbig 41 ".gkvd in years aiid a when Mr. Motor 11.--'-_'4 xi'r-. _ i _ "J r its part- of the agreement, ami that; there is'noting to prevent from'proceed In j Freight Shod. Werts -gently pat tod ahe stood and aried leading it for "failing, -he got. hind and pushed. A Jk" luck A "3ITXDAV SCHOOL WORKER. Tho visit o1: llev. C. oi: Western Secretary of; vh'ft 'International Sunday sohoolAs-1 gave mudi and Highest Grades Lowest Prices -YARDSAT finally set the- car in inotion. Werts to grab the ia-il end of 'apparatus with flic result, "that he was snaked jilorvjj for throe crs of a fce't dangling and bumping interinittingly on Ih-e FILL UP THE CCLLS. in raising fifty bushels of wheat to Uie acre. All the grain he can raise Js milled and sold to the Hudson's May Company-and to trappers.-in the' vicinity, nnd there is not. nearly: onpugii to go around. A mill which has installed in Ft. VenuilHon could not obtain enough -grain to Iwp going last year. They would 15.000 .bushels more if it could have l-.ten olrtained. Flour i.-rings S8 jwr cwt. at rc-Uiil and wholesale. Tho difliculty in the way of farm- ing of course The great expense of bringing m machinery. The .climate :s all right; it i.s vorj- much like vh-at 01 Kdmonion'. Grain has land. Sll monna1 aotlcc In vrrltlnir ahoulj be given the Dominion at Ottawa of to apply for patent. W.W.CORV. Minister of the Interior. Oats For Sale KTOWM for years at Fort Vcrniillion, which is withrn one- hundred miles of ihe Arctic Circle. is done at beginning of Aprjl. and fhe grain cu' at the end of August. 3fr. Brick grows practically everyihinn on his plnce. He assured rne lhat corn, and pumpkins ripened freely in -the open air. The ranchers never stable their Ft is nccossary ao pill out account of snow, -but, horses tio splendidly without shelter'. I In The one can read a incwsj-apf-r out-of-doors At the Barracks last Mike Blasco was a of throe months lor stabbing.' Leviach, who was committed1 oh" the charge of stoaliny horse "from B. S. of Raymond, got three nionths for carrying couwakxJ weapons. -Arthur SiafTord, a stranger, for selling uoc to Indians, will spcrxi three months, bohind- the bars, and Jim Sajike. Indian; for-having- liquor in his possession, got -two months. u .VISE Fon LETIJ UR i IK: E. He finally 'brake arid clambered aboard. He had -h-is-v-bun fecJl'.' at Stirling nil right, but he solemnly declares that "he 'never Wft'H.s tho fates -for'him at Kastcr. Th (Cranbrook Herald.) Lcthbridgo crty couccil has an "-of 81 ,000 'for pubHcily. is working We understand -that Duncan tho William Br tlwj Dominion of i Mar- An c-f y that we do not mtan that ho is a -distri- butor of for dkl not soclho color of bis- hi.'lo to the. Sunday school workers-of the town. On Sunday .morning fironchctt in the Mirt' churoh on the life from the child's standpoint, and in evening an aj-penl was 'to Christia-n 'peo- ple1' to take more -interest in the Ssni- dtty school. In the aitcrnoon -a ly of the Itaptis-t, :mj Methox'Jist .schools was -Itekl in rhei Methodist church, nt which Rev. MerrRt jjave children an inter- esting nddress, and after wnrds Hpokc to -flic teachers and olTicers about 1'beir work. Mr. Merritt iwas on his wav to Flod i i Deer to attend the provincial Sun- day school Convention hold there' this wock. LETHERIDGE, RAYMOND.STIMJNG. TABOR. It Will Pay Ton To See Oar Stock Before rial along th-e' right Vine, and t'ho "people of-that value of! knowledge of the advnnt- that that section possesses j among the people who" are looki-ngj some personal remarks about the ed- itor of the Alberta Star. If we had[ present we would not have moved with specct swiftly like one good getvtleman -did -at Mr: Ives sec-rus to be just u little afraid of the report of his 'gun.Now Hilly we want, you to sit still ami take your medicine, for Marshall is a good jVllow, and will -not nib it. in roo bad, don'-t you know. XF.W INVENTED. April Fuel In- spector I lobvrts, oi tlKJ C- 1'. Jt., who is 'ihe general experimental man j of I'tvtt -has iK-en last week In town making snme-i very interesUng V "tests .wHh a now burner, which -ho has 'been work- ing on tlvo occasion' of ..his visit. -j We cst wipfly yon with SiUhes' Door Francs Office. Baik aid Howte FINISHED TURN INGS OF ALL KINDS Clear and common lumber'on hand Quotations promptly givon on jipflication CRAISBROOK Sash Door Factory CRANBROOK, B C. here las-t fali, in an to pro- PRAIIUE (High Iliver Times.) jducc greater power., The experiments! ma-de wit-h the new boiler enable-d a' tdfvelopincnt of 80 power, and as ont- of OfC results, Mr. Roljons i announces that it will Ije -no for new locations. On Saturday last, 1'. Sims, who to develop -as as 210 "horse pow- We Can't Do It For what others do yonr work for stock. hay on Wo can fill any order for the I Mr- Rrkk is "l "f, i T (proposed Government road from TM- very best cleans] Oats ever offered 'mom on to Slave Jte HC at per ton, sacked f.o. b.'. work of t-hixxu which were for- merly used for all the C. V. R. workj in Modicme Hat. including Better, which is more im- portant to you. as the life of our of which -his neighbors loHt able hay. etc. Mr. Sims without a] murmur purchased a'similar-amount of hay -ami nTturtxyl rt ,to his neigh- bors. Magistrate lloimes Inflicted or. and pumping at the river. is lengthened by orir pro- of Linnderinsf them. GIVI-: THIKP. fine of and The fire cost Brandon, April Amlrew Car- negie offers if tho llrarrdon wHI raise Mr. Sims about 1150 -in all. Toney on the 16th before Holmes for Cndowmcnt fund- ing a firo to 'get off'-his premises.! The fire originated from A spark WTSTKR WHEAT O, K. from his chimney. In this fre a Mr. Young lost four horses. Part- ridge Hros. lost their two shacks, and Mr. Fabcrt lost all his hay. Mr, Ralph ha-.l to pay n fine of nnd cannot act. as under the pro- the water. Mrs. visions of the -autonomy act, the Mr. Rns- 7VSOTVOS u' .1 i_ _____ CaJgary Fferald: W. K. Hall, of j the Frost ami Wood Company, rcs- turnod on Saturday from the coun- try soiK-h of Calgary. Tic reports j -having -inspected field of winter i j wheat on F. H. Wooloy-Dod's place Tsn.t possible when your collar has "sawteeth" edges. Tn our 'laun- dry every collar is ironed with n smooth, round, comfortable edge- no extra charge either. Phone 145. Wagon calls everywhere., us try a lot for R. T. of J.o-wery's Claim, is starting n paper in U. C. reserves all waterways. The Rivvr is fromim-o For; Hudson's Hope in British Co-! lumbia to "The CMintos fifty miles Iwlow Ft. VcrmilHon. sell had Nvn for about six railes, or for 'some months, -has been released. at Fish CroeV, which 'was 'looking Li magnificent-. R -about 50 Fish CrceV, Springfield Alfa., owmxl by Joseph McFarland J acres, vras up six 'Indies, owl looked has been svild to fine ami preen, showing no -bad ef- Bogle, of Conner's Ferry, Idaho, j whwtovor from -the dry Steam Uaundry, is siti.a-tod on Camp crock, a tribut-; Thc ory of the Xorth Fovc -Tabor, has been Frank Aus-Lin. of has been appointed a stock inspector. The Oddfellow's of Coal Co., sent to the San Fran- cisco sufferers, Kf: te. ;