Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 9, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta
1b� ^SiuMhine" fumaco and *yy/^ annj" wajr* are synonymoas. Tha elnld, dreary winter day* cdli ba made elie�iry and warm with a pure, baahlifiil beat if you have a " Sunshine " furnace. b earier to operate, cleaner, use* leu fuel aad " hinee" in many other way� over common f umacee. Two ehakere are ueed to shako the heavy, triangular^ �haped gra>tee. This juat cuts the work'of shaking* down in half, heaidea being easier on the furnace than the old oDOHihaker style. Sold by enterprising deal* ers everywhere. Booklet free. buBoa, ToMMo, MemasuK Wuausi, Vamcoctb*. St. JoSHjllllilliliw. MCK & WAK�LY AGENTS FRED. ROONEY, - PROP. GOOD ACCOMMOOAriON FOR THE TRAVCUN6 PUBLIC EXCELLENT CUISWE BATHS HOT AND COLO WATER RATES ,$1.50 A DAY ILETHBRIDGE - ALBERTA j :aoTo:oToio:o:o:o:o:o:o:oB^^ ROYAL ^ HOTEL TABER. ALTA. f Irvine & Lemon, - Proprietors^ RUM $1.50 cad $2.00 p�r Uy FREE BUS MEETS ALL TRAINS SAMPLE ROOMS IN CONNECTION XoTcJoIcJoSro^oToToroToH^^ COOL AND REFRESHING Kow�t'a Lcmoa SqiiMh. Rowat't Umc Jttiea Cordial, Kowat't Ratpbarry Vinegar, Catey't Fruit Drinks. Lorimer't Lemonade Cryttnls, All Good nnd Wholetomc SHERLOCK, FREEMAN & CO TELEPHONE 2t IN THE MORMON DISTRICT. . 'Kil" in the Mail and Emp.re. HAYMONO. With couitosy and kindness, the Alberta Hailwuy and Jriigation Coin rany switched the IM'.H. ciii.s which contnineU forty preKswonifn and Messrs. Geo. li. Ham uiid llor -IxM-l Vunderhoui', the gentleni ii in charge of the party-on to tl>eir linii thiiii making it possiltle fur iis to visit the Mormon settlements in o:ir gi��t West, and just here, I may say that nowhere in that magniticent West wore we given a warmer or more sincere welcome, llcciiuso, we were wom�5n? Well, I don't .say so. Becanse.thc men were gallant? Well, are t'I>ey not alwoys so? It va. Hailroad Transferring. Dray- lana.: t. At least Mix moaiba' realdence upon and cultlratlon of tbe lauil la eacb rear tors three year*. 3. If the father (or arotber, If tbe fatberia deceaaed) of tbe Aome-leader rasldea upon a tarin la tbe vlciult^ of ib� laod entered far ibe requirement* aa le realdeace mar be aatlsfled by tuGb peranii realdinc wltb tbe (atber or rrotber. �i. If tbe settler ha*bis vermanantraaldcBce upon farinlac land owned by bliii In lb� vIcIb-liy of bl* bomestcad. tbe requlreiaenia as- to raaldenc* mar be aailailed by TCkldenee upoB Ibe aald land. SK moabs' BOttce Id wrilinc ataould ba (iVeB to the CommlaalOBer of Domtnloa Lasda'�t Oiiawa of Inieoiloo to apply fbr patsnt. W.W.OOBY. Deputy of ibc MlBlalar of lb* iBierlsr. NOW - - 1 can sell you lots now in Tabor for tlOO, that will be selling at |200 in a month's time. Good Farming Land (or sale also. w. r.lujascLL Real Estote Agent Tabor. Alta. CARDSTON. But when I come to Cai-dston, another of the Mormon settlements,the hurrying pencil waits to take breath as it were, and sharpen itself to fresh efTorts. Indeed, the pencil has said to me, all along, "What will you do when you come to Cardston and after it to Hagrath and Otill, which you never saw at all, but which sent such fragrant messages to the travelling journalists?" And there was no answer, so today I leave it to the pencil. For the first time on our wonderful trip, we heard, as the train slowed up, the sound of music. ".V band!" wo quoth, breathlessly, and amazed, "for ub!" I think every heart grow a bit younger in that moment. Of a ^uroty every face lighted with sheer delight. This was our marathon. Never as long as I live, shall I forget the sight which we looked out upon as we crept in toward the station. The whole (own had turned out. Cvery man who could ride and had a bronco to cross saddle was there. Immovable, like the cowboys in the magazine pic -tures, horses and naen stood, clear cut against the sky. Children thronged the station, their faces alight with a shy eagerness that was beautiful because ot its earnestness and simplicity. Every "livery" in the place jvas there. Drags, ..buckboaivfs, carriages, 'busses, and to cap all, two North-West Mounted Police; all wore waiting to take us on a l-patient body is absolutely felt on the soul of the one who loves his kind. The grey bucked. He was quirted and shouted at. He dxl his barbarious "stunt" and-I was mighty glad when it was over. We hod luncheon at Cardstons best hotel, and the cowbo.vs came to visit us. What men! hard as nails and absoltitel.v like the niagnr.ino stories! That was the oddest part of it. Like, too, so like, .John In-nes' Western pictures-which have always given me a mysterious joy. Here I was looking at .lack Ip le.s' cowboys. The same "get-up," the same keen, l>right. hordy faces, and tight-knit figures, the same snapp -ing bright eyes-like a squirrel's, t keen as pointed sun-darts. It was \ difHcult to get awa,v from those liv-ii>g pictures which I had never hoped to meet in real life. After this. I shall look on the magazine cov- -boys with a greater reverence. Uow delightful was that da.v at Cardston! We drove, in batches across the wide prairies,' a cowbo.y was otir driver-and listened to Western tales with delight and regret. Iti.-gret that one was not younger, nioy-be; ^delight, that one was not toe old to Jove it all, and fee! its chantniicnt. The spirit of the W walked abroad with us in Cardston. Never have I known a place so rejuvenating! As we drove over tho.se rolling plains, saw the horse ranches the cattle, the wheat, "young and green and aspring. and noted the only limitation, the horizon, heaven itself, the heart swelled with thankfulness and reverence in that onowas hero, and hail one's claim b.v 'jIoou in a land so fair, so grand, so rich, and so blessed! We had some speech-making at the Assembly Hall, with delightful interludes of mandolin and guitar. The hall was decorated and kindly Bi.s-hop Hammer had provided for lh. American � delegates to our contingent, little Union Jack Hags, which they took heartily, and placed where Uncle Sam rampages on the great Fourth. Then came our departure- nd ne delayed it. In vain did the mighty CP.It. whistle. We laughed at it. In vain did Mr. George Ham wave his hat at the slow-coming carriages. We laughed again. We didn't want to go, if the sheer truth be told. AVe were having "tho time" of our trip and Cardston hold u.i. Then came, vhat to me was a mo.st affecting farewell. The little children, several hundreds of them, were standing in rows at the stat -ion awaiting us. They had white-lined baskets of flowers which they had been one whole day picking, ready, tied up in bunches. And the blessed tots went about us offering us boquets as if we were Personages, ond royal at that. Oh, it was our Marathon! The band pla.ycd as we pulled out at last, and thcro was not one woman in the two cars but wouldhave thrown her hat in tho air in a cheer for Cardston. I have that little bouquet of flowers by me as 1 write. It is dried and faded and lies in a long, offlc'al en velope. But when I bend my face to it. and smell the still fri^grant Al berta roses, there comes also somf essence of kindliness, mixed with a generous West-and I say "That's perfunie of the wild and free, and Cardston." earnestness of the whole thing, l'"' ^litection iinri warrikth of it wens tleop-iy touching. ; What a day it was! Our Marathon. First Cartiston, where left '�'v.-biggest ,, part of our hearts, i � then Magrath, wiiero we rittitod with iiii-othcr heart section, finally Qu.l, where we left our last remnant. V tiuli-some call it Quill-s-'nt us un j^nohiious bouquet of Albertn rose.s, and It billet-doux. No I will not i�-yeiil what was in that,letter. It was Signeil b.v some half dozen boys, and is too sacred to print. Wo did not ^top ut Oull that I rcmcmlir, jiiit by some weird enchnntmont the Toses come aboiuvl I'lhclled "from the Boys of Cull." Wo �would have likoil to thank the boys pcr.sonnlly, but i>erhaps it was just as Vvell that we were not perniittetl to do so. Our Voungest Memlier showed s.vmptoius of h.vstoria vhieh wo quickly ehfck-'d in the general wash-room. The boys of Oiill are ro.iponsible for her rtous ing with tbe coUleKt water we could find. QUAKER SlMTEEinroRS Nearly Two Hundred Invaded this (Xtyim Siffldiy Morning. But how hospititble it all wa''! .How generous and wonderful! Nevei have I met with such kindness in one day. 1 know I speak for n-.r Journalislic family when I sn.v wo ail felt this day at Ita.vmond, Cardst.'n brood wings-was tho Red lettei-Bay of tho trip. Tho friendliness of the people! the honor they gave iit box of laax-ets at ourf ftore " plen.w. " We ihlvfli they are ^roat. .TuRt tost tihese ttKytbsome, cMKljr-Uke liam lor ton- slipntion. sour wloinach', biliousmess, b�d broB'f'h. miKW.v complo-Xion, etc. Risk .-i cmts ai�d s.'y. Solrl by .T. D. HiginhoHvam & Co. LEAN I.VG FOR TAHER. Presbyterian Pastor Remembered Claresholm Friends. by (Clare.sholm Review.) .\ farewell reception was tendered IJov. and Mrs. .7. R. Munro iind daughter on Monday evening last at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. (.'has Voble. Mr. Munro came to Claresholm Home months ago as tho successor 01' Rev. VViwin H. Burgess, and was well liked in this cominiinity. He bad however, received n call to Ihf Pr�.s byterian church in Tabor, which ho decided to accept. Refreshments were served and the '��vening passed nwn.v rivpidly. A large number of friends and noqiiaintances accompanied them to the train, wishing them every success in their new charge. Rev. Peter Hender.-son of Montre.-il. will take up tho worlj hero Romotiint. �n Septeml>er. Mr. Henderson, was stationed in Claresholm a little ov-i>.r a year ago, and his mnnv friends are looking forward to his return with much anticipation. MAORATH. Later in the same day, to tiio sound of another band, we drew in at Magrath. A small tovn this, I ut a strenuous one. Hero, ^00, everyone seemed to have come to mo ft us, and a stirring addrass was gi>'-en on tho platform by the preside-it of the Board'^f Trade-I boliovc. \k to this I am not sure, as our Mtay was a hurried one. Miss Beans Cam cron replied in her delightful vay. What n speaker she is. Tho chiidret' decorated u.4 with badges and (lags-tho dear little children! On ihe badge-of white satin-ono read;-* The F.ditorial "wo".has asked me to write the result of Inst Sunday's early rising contest by the in nibers of llie Hoard of Tradv. As the subject is not'�>"'>' of ifftoiniitionitl ii.^-'l>prtance, Ivut also food for the admiration of posterity, hero goes. .Sago won out ,by several luinute.s. but wos later barred-out when it was found out he had secured-a "waken-er" for five, this .placed Cpiiybeare winner, and it has not yet loakeil out how "when a innn's single" he can appear on the street spick and span at 5.30 on a. Sunda.v morning without apparent assistance. R.v-lands and Young nmde good seconil and third with Honder.'^oii, ItoliinsOn and IliginboUiam running them close. Tho.so who are early rsers tbe night before, including Barnes an' happy manner, brought an ! equally pleasant and intelligible gentleman, Mr. Smith, leader of the party, around to the south side aforu said and introduced him around. 1 then things began to hum. -Seldom 'liave 1 seen a sunnier crowd on a sunny morning, as- the ladies . and gentlemen of the party began to ' appear on the platform. It was worth ; staying up all night for. 'Tis no use wishing that I could re call the names of the 108, for there were "a .lohn Tamson's bairns," and you have them in these four words. Breakfast soon became the main point of interest and had ono stood behind the first contingent heading for Billy Henderson's, and boon iMtt to read the different descriptive waves of Mr. Conybeare's arms, he would have read this-wave to the loft - That is our new union depot, Wave to the vi^hi -this is our new $30,000 Hudson's Bay Co. building-wavo to tho left-Over there is where we show oil our irrigated lands, beet fields, sugar factories and tributary towns, on the other six days of tho week-wave to the right-rhis is Bcntlcys de-pai-fmont store, and Sage's flag ' and post card emporium-Wave to tho left-This is tho public square, ' with its band stand of composite I architecturo, and it's profusion 01' shade trees, and (dry) painted seats, belong to our 4,000 odd citizens. Wave to the right-This is our breakfast. Truly, hosts Eckstorm and Henderson were not a whit behind their usual vay of spreading them -selves that morn. ''Anything will pass for a crowd" never goes with them. It is written, "Woe unto the knockers"-quite right too. when we think of that breakfast, and tho deft and smiling of the handmaids of the "Dallas" and "LiOthbridge." After ample Justice had \yecn done to the repast-to use an original remark-it was wearing towards tl-.u ' Wellington in the Peninsula war. Hisjaourof our guests' departure, ten tho early profess- o'clock, and the party lM>gan to re- ; assemble at the cars. From, nn ini-1 provised platform behind a remark-PL.ANT JACK PINli;. I^hly quiot beam,, our "poet and hi.s-! torian," Mr. Mair was introduced to . the visitors b.v Mr. Smith in wor1s j few and well chosen. When Mr. \ Mair began to reply I had to go hunting for another supply of "Loth-bridge Souvenir Books," kindly supplied. tO: the visito.rs by Mr. Bowtnnn mn:00 | p. m.; 7:00 to 9:30 p. m. Office NiKhi Bell auu 'i'elepbone SIMMONS BCNNKITT Barristers AC. r LETHDUIOCK AND CABD��TON Letlibridge Office, Sontliard Block Money to Lend on "Town and Farm Property W. C. SiM.MONs, B. A., Crown Pronecti'C"' C. V, BSXi^RTT B. A. DR. C. C. CRAGG i PHYSICIAN AND SURGF.i^N Office-Over Higlubottiani's Drug Store 'PHONE Office 125 .' House 941 Drs. Mewburn & GaJbtaith Phyiicians. Surgell| Pliysiciung and Surgeoiia| Offices-Ott block. 'Phone�143. DR. B. JACKiSON liENTlST Grndiiflte Northwestern UnivBrsity Dental School. Ohirni'o. Office-Ott Block Dis. McClure & Stewart .SI'UGEON DENTIST.S Office-J, D. Higinliotham's new block. � Office Hours-fl.H.m. to 12 n. 1 p.m. to o p.m. J. E. ALLEN Architect and Superintendent RAYMOND - - ALBERTA. INSPECTOR inWIN BESTGKS. Well Known Olficer Retires From N. W. M. r. R. (CniUston Star.) After twenty-seven years of faithful service in the R.N.W.M.P.. Inspector William Henr.v Irwin has retired from tho force. He has filled all ranks from Constable to Inspector-filled them with signal ability and marked judgment. Mr. Irwin was in the Fenian Raid of t86A and tho Rid rebellion In 188.'>. Mr. Irwin comes of good military stock, his grandfather having sorvetl with distinction under the Buke of Wolli.nigton in the '. father was ono of ors of Queen's L'niversit,v. A. W. McVittie Domiiiion Land Siirvej'or Will devote liis entire time during the suinmcr to laying but new toAvnsites. Contract prif-es on application. ir�=Office !i� the Couldule Hotel, Leth britlKe. Lethbridge, LodKe No. 8. I.O./-C3rNO.F. Meet* 111 OilOfellow*' Hall every Priilar eveotnK M �.;tOo'clocti. VlsUlii),' lire'ttrrn aiir alwaM wrlcomp. W. Bennett, C. V, Bennett, N.O. Kcc. Dec WILLO-W TRANCH REBEKAH LODGE, NO. 2 HeetH In Od'ifcllowH' Hall e etv neconil anil fourtb Ihuraday. ViRltoro alwa.TS welcomt. Mrs. J. Stafford. Annie Da vies n. G. Kcc. sec. George R o g e rs LUMBER The Old Reliable Yanl North of Freight Sheil. Widest i(ice Highest Grades Lowest Prices c. p. u. Will fso Them Eventually For Ties. "Ro.vaI Road," had telegraphed our I "Sorry you haven't time to Rtay coming and arranged our reception. A perfect wliard ho ,was. In hfs a-mnzing arrangomont of our itinerary. But mighty gl�d you cnino our way.' And weren't we glixi; tool The Maple Creek, Sask., .luly 29.- An official of the C. P.R. arrived in Maple Creek yesterday with tho object of making arrangements for ti;e planting of thirty acres with jask pine, The spot selected for tho piirpo.�e is just north of the coq.1 s'\ute, Ije-twcen the latter place and the crock, andhcre thirty acres will be ploughed and cultivated preparatory to being planted with the above named species of pine. This is in accordance with the announcement made by the C. p. R. some time ago, when they rosolvoJ to establish at dilTerent points along their system bolts of trees to be used eventually for ties. This experiment of the C.P.R. will be watched with very great interest by .the residents of the town, as it will not only add another attraction to those which tho town ulread.v possesses, but it will establish once and for all the debated qiicstipn as to whether pine can Ijo grown in Maple Crook successfully. The tre s in Creek successful Ij*. The trees already planted b.v tho railwa.y authorities arc thriving famously, and add very much to tho bcaut.v of the town, and this further experiment will gain for the CiP.R. the thanks of the residents of Maple Creek. YARDS AT- LETHBMDGE. RAYMOND. STIRUNG TABOR. It Will Pay You To See Our Stock Before BuyuigKlsewhere. amnjt.v-(is \void?) to acting-Mayor Robinson- in fact Mr, Conyliea.ro did.ngt.get a "look in" this time, charm ho ever so wisely. , R Tho Tudhope carriage Co. of ' Or-lllin, will erect a warehoijsc at Cal- SASKATCIJKWAX^TOWNS. Ottaw^ AjBg. 4.-r^tn seven-of tjho smallest towns in Saskatchewan the census just taken shows that the tot-;al population grow from 1,802 to 0,-1�09 In tho last five .years or nearly 1,300 per cent. Following are the figures for J901 and .'1000. , For what some others do vour work for if BUT VfE CAN DO Better, which is more iiii- � portant to you, as the life* of your t Shiils, Collars. Cuirs is lengtlieneil by our pro- f cess of laundering them. I 1901. 190rt J Saskatoon ......... 113 80: i; ^Indian Head ......,....... 768;? 154� ;Carndu(T................... 190 491 ^yi^m....,.,..^ ......, . 897 , 459, Alameda............... ... 104 aaa Neck Comfort Isn.t possible when your collar has "saw teeth" etlges. In our laundry every collar is ironed witE a mobth, round, comfortable ed^- no extra charge either. Phono 145. Wagon calls everywhere. Let us try a lot for you. % Uandfir, Ltd.