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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 9, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta IN THE MORMON DISTRICT. Tb� "Suttihine" furnaco and �anny" waji an synonymous. The cfcld, draary winter days cA ba mad* cheery and warm with a pure, healthful heat if you have a " Sunshine " furnace. Is easier to operate, cleaner, uses less fuel and "shines" in many other ways over common furnaces. Two shakers are used to shnko the heavy, triangular* ahaped grates. This just cuts the work' of shaking-down in half, besides being easier on the furnace than the old one-shaker style. Sold by enterprising dealers everywhere. Booklet free, "Kit" In the Mull niul RAYMOND. With courtesy anil kindness, the Al-jbcrla Unlhvny and Irrigation Company switched the I'.PH. tins ] which contained forty pre.Hswoni"it 'ami Messrs. Uco. II. Hum ami Her -Inert Vunderhouf, l In- gcntlcm u in The pcoplo of Cardston are busy In ranch and (arm life. The town i� a rising one and wealthy. The electric light and water power plants were being put in the week we wer.' there, and every modern facility will l.y now lie In tln> place. It says much for the geniality nnd kindness of Cnrdston that the whole township took n holidny in our honor and ! chnrgo of the party-on to their tin. gave us the grandest reception we 'thus making It possible for us to hurl us yet met with. Wo were drlv-vislt the Mormon settlements in our en first to n corral where some nroiico groat West, anil Just hero, I may say that nowhere in that magnificent j West wore we given a wanner or more sincere welcome. Ilccntisc, we were women'? Well, 1 don't say so. Because the men were gallant'? Well, arc they not always so? It vas juM plain human nature and human kindliness 1 take it, and of a first-class brand. Anyhow, the Mormons made us heartily welcome and we rcc'.proe-ated. Hayinond Is one of the most progressive of Western towns, where all MXIaryi I0ITDOI, ToMono. MOIWMAt. WlMlfBS, Vascovvaa, St. JoftM, ItSHIW, busting was done. Prankly, while deeply Interested, it hurt me to siv it. The "meanest horst>" In Alhertn was to he saddled and vldd >n. I'o . menu" little beast! He was a grey lean to rib-showing, with a fine, ikin head, showing race ami some good blood; one of those small, lean heads that always say a good word as to breed, lie shivered nil through his silver skin when he was blinded and saddled, bW some desperate Hpirlt broke in him when the co v-boy astride, the quirt struck hlin, a- carnoHliH'NN of thu whole thing, the. fhWoetlon Mid warmth of H werti deeply touching. j What a dny It was! Our Murnthin. I iMrst Cardston, where we left 'he i biggest , paK of otir hearts, then Mngrath, where we parted with mi-other heart section, finally On.l, where we left our last remniint. Hull-some call it Quill-.fill us mi enormous bouquet of Alberta rose*, and it'billet-doux. No 1 will not reveal what was In thai letter. It was Signed by some half dozen boys, and Is too sneivd to print. We did not stop at (lull that I remember, but by some weird enchantment the 'roses come a hoard HheMcil ''from the Hoys of tlnll." We would have lilted to thank the boys personally, but perhnps it was just as well that we were not permitted to do so. Our Youngest Member showed symptoms QUAKER STATE EDITORS Nearly Two Hundred Invaded this City on Sunday Morning. | The Editorial "wo".has asked me lo write the result of last Sunday's early rising contest by the m niliers of the Hoard of Trade. As the subject Is not only of interimtlonal Un-portnnce, but also food for the admiration of posterity, here goes. Huge won out by several minutes, but was later barred out when It was found out he had secured-a "waken-j er" for five, this placed t'onybeare I winner, nnd it has not yet leaked j out how "when a man's single" he j can appear on the street spick and span at fi.Slo on n Sunday morning ! DR. P, W, TOILER m1ysic1an AND SURQE6n LETHBMDQE Office-Om Oil'* Barber Shon. i Hiiutu-lUOO to l'i (X> noon; SilM) to r>:no j�, ltd i 7:00 to 8)30 p. ni. Office Night lie 11 ami Telephone SIMMONS A. BENNETT Barristers AO. LKTtlBUIDOK AND UAttlWTON Lethbridge Ortiots Southard Block Money to Lend on Town ami Farm Property W. 0. Simmon*, B. A., (Jtowu I'ronecti'c C. V. BltNIHTT H. A. DR. C. G. CRA6G physician and surof.on , without apparent assistance Ry- of hysterin vhleh we quickly check")! .... , ........ , , , . , 1 I lands anil i oting made good second are progressive. The youngest (gain and again on his lean face and HICK & WAKELY AGENTS above his frightened staring eyes. A horse's life counts for about asmuch a fly's out West, and somehow when one has learned the fine-wrought and sensitive make-up of the horse, has learned to value his friendship and count upon it. has learned the worth of his Intelligence; the lash that curls on h'x t .r Journalistic family when t say we all felt this day at Raymond. Cnrdston and Magrnth-with mill flying m .>n j broad wings-was the lied letter) Day of the trip. The friendliness of! the people! the honor they Rave us! their sincere efforts toward our hap-1 pines.*! Three che rs! dear West ��en i towns, with a tiger for-well T men-Hon no names. ami third with Henderson, llobinson and lliglnbothnm running close. Those who nre early r"sers the ! night before, including Barnes and j Bowman, were rank outsiders, as I were the other 'li!t)0 or so of our I citizens. | Office-Over tligltibotfaam's l>rug Siore , 'phone I Office 125 House 94 0,pm Drs. Mewburn & Galbraith Phyilclatu, 9ut(, Accoiichtri Office-KmIijuIIi St. cor. BuriJett. Honrs- Rofore 1) a.m., 2 it p.m., 7-8 p. in. Sundays-2.;�Mo Jl.IiO p. in. Telephones -II mid ("�.'{, The goal wus � train of Pullnvin � p.n.MlJWIifKS W. >S, (I AI.HRAITH 0k Jvxcl Hrliwatoii FRED. ROONEY, - PROP. GOOD ACCOMMOOAriON fOR THE TRAVELING PUBLIC EXCELLENT CUISINE BATHS MOT AND COLD WATER RATE8 ,$l.ft0 A DAY Ilethbridge - alberta! barbnrious "stunt" and-I mighty glnd when It was over. We hail luncheon at Cardston's litest hotel, nnd the cowboys rnme to ROYAL * HOTEL TABER. ALTA. Irvine & Lemon. - Proprietors ft** $1.50 cad $2.00 per Dty visit us. What men! hard ns nails , rtlpntion, sour stomach, biliousness and absolutely like the magazine i l�vd breath. mmKly complexion, etc llisk cents ar�:l ��e Sold lv .1. It Sugar Company, the only beet sugar manufacturers In Canada vest of the Great lAkes. Consequently all a-round nre hoot fields. Two years ago this factory sliced 11,000 tons of beets and made 3,100,000 pounds of sugar, an amount greater per ton stories! That was the oddest part than any other factory of the kind of It. I.Ike, too. so like. John Sn-tur�s out on the American continent nes' Western pictures-which have at Last season as high ns one huntbvil ways given me a mysterious joy-dollars mi acre was realized from Here 1 was looking nt .lack In u the sale of beets. We saw for our- cowboys. The same "get-up," lit selves: this great industry. We got same keen, bright, hardy faces, and i the facts-dry. but necessary things, tight-knit figures, the same snnpp tacts-nt first hand. The factory Is ing bright eyes-like a squirrel'* a wide, sunlit and clean place, nug- keen as pointed sun-darts. It was ' gestlve somehow of cheery work. Th,. difficult to get away from those liv Q�t n f> cent l�x of Ijax-et* nt our store please. We think they are groat. .lust tost tJioso toothsome, candy-like l4tx�Mvo Tablets for eon- i mHv turned cars containing the "Pennsylvania Kditorial Press Association." On its arrival at our union shacks the train first unloaded our "Mair" -Mayor llogers being unfortunately on leave of absence from the city it was highly gratifying to find the vis- | itors In such good hands ns the ' OttlCl'B "Mair" and It whs with n slmultnn-i eous sigh of relief anil a broad smile of ditto, that the early risers shook hands with themselves While the ladles of the party were drc.*dng. the. "deppytushun" mad � its back to the cars. M. D.C. M. M. I). CM. Drs. DeVebcr 8c Campbell PliysH'iimB anil Surgeons Ott bloi-k. 'Phone im. : DR. B. JACKSON I HKNTIST iflrodimte Xortliwostern l*niv�raity i IVntnl Srliool. Cbifni'o. Ittginltothani A Co. LKAVtNt: nm tamiou l'r,'sl,yterian Pastor Rememhered by Clnresholcn Friends. for beets and the lowest average, in to meet in real life. Aft>>r this, the dry lands. Is eight tons to the shall look on the magazine cov- - acre. On the irrigated lands the boys with a greater reverence, crop Is much heavier. Lust year How delightful was that day at 000,000 pounds of sugar was manu- Cardston! We drove, in latches factored here. The town Is going a- across the wide prairies,' a cowboy (Clnresholm lleview.) a farewell reception was tendere i ev. nnd Mrs. .1. U. Mimro 1 I daughter on Monday evening Inst m and spoke absolutely about the weather mid full wheat, and it could only be approached from the south during this trying time. Mr. Mair in his truly happy manner, brought an equally pleasant and intelligible gentleman, Mr. Smith, leader of t'u-party, around to the south side uforo said and introduced him around, then things began to hum. Seldom -have i seen a sunnier crowd ' on a sunny morning, as the ladies Office- Ott Block Drs. McCltire & Stewart SCtUtltOS UKNT1HTS 'Office--J. D. TTi^itilicllium'B new block. Office Honrs '.). a .tii. to 12 n. I p.m. to n p.m. i, ...... ,.. ... and gentlemen of the party began Vo company pays from ft to *S a ton | Ing pictures which 1 had never hoped ! ��'. and Mrs. .1 �. M.mro ,,�l ,,,,*.,,,, the platform. It was worth staying up all night for. the home j....- mini.- of Mr. nnd Mrs. finis , Vohle. i Mr- Munro came to flnrcsholm .some months ago as the successor of I llev. Kdwin ||. Burgess, and wus head full blast. Nothing can exceed was our driver-nnd listoned in West- well liked in this community, lie bud the industry, the choerfu!n. s-i, the ern tales with delight and regret. It,- however, received a call to ih'l'ns) SAMPLE ROOMS IN CONNECTION | go-nhcailcdnesM of this wonderful place. The Ituyutond Milling nnd Til levator Company has u 1.10-liarrel | mill, and -10,000 bushel elevator. �� , decided to accept. Ilefreshments wimi> mtvoiI un4l the 1 veiling pnssed nwny mpidly. A large wulked abroad with us In Cardston. numU-i- ,f frlonds ami nrquainlanees |(>ft _ Never have I known a place so re- ireompnnied them to the train, wish- ' Juvenal ing! As wo drove over those :nK them every *u.-ees� In their new rolling plains, saw the horse rnncheM ' rhnrire. the cattle, the wheat.'young anil llev. 1Vt,.r lleiiilerson of Montreal. gr,i�n and aspring, and not.d the 'will take up the work here sometim, 'Tis no use wishing thai 1 could ru call the names of thu 108, for thcreoii ^)>1� to read the different descriptive waves of Mr. Cony Is-a re's urmx. he would have roud this-wave to the is our new ojra.ooAPAo.o.o oTo.o.o.o j >.o ' Hmitntion. the horizon, he.iven j 'n September Mr ITenderson. wns jenterpnse. endeavor, and strl\ln^ Itself, the heart swell,-,) with ihnttk-] �tnttoned in f lan".�inbn n llttb' ov- futness and reverence in that onewas 1 ,.r a venr ago. and his mnnv friends here, and hiwl one's claim by itcnti �-ire looking forward to his return In a land so fair, so grand, so rich, with imirh nnllelpulIon. and so hlessed! t We had some speech-making at the | Assembly Hall, with delightful in- I WESTERN i WAREHOUSE it TRANSFER CO. Ltd. Railroad Transferring, Dray, ing ami Oonoral Delivering. ^ Coal Delivered Promptly. . { HAY, OATS, SAND AND t STONE FOR SALE T oxuoi:i�xiix�.�:w�'ir',�'�''>'>,i'>''>xaco AGENTS FOR McCormick&CockshtiU | Machinery V Webber and Adams Wagons v Canada CarriaRe Co.'s J Buggies, Etc. ). F. RODCERS 'Phona 63. Manager . DRAYINC 411 k'uul� of OruyiUK und Teiun work tltme promptly. CARL KIRKHAM out then- is somethini; wondi-rful to contemplute. It Is all the very essence of youth. Nothing tried, or faded, or disappointed seems to have ok yet lit tinted that edge of youth, ol buoyancy, of hopefulness and energy depot. Wave to the ri^ht -this is our new $.Vi.OOO Hudson's Bay Co. building-wave to the left-Over there is where we show oil our irriguted lands. !�titioii. iksS-OHi.i' 11I lhi� C'oitlilnle lloli-l. Lrlhhriil^i'. INSPKCTOIl IllWIX ItKSICNS. with Us we associate with all that is young | lerlmles of miindulln and guitar. The w,., Known uiticr Itetires From Synopsis Of Canadian North-Wcst HOMESTEAD RE0UUTI0NS. ANY even numtxrert tcetloa 0 Dominion Ltodi In Msaitob*. M*k�itb�w�a Albsri*. �iccpiin( * *o* ** sot i���n��. m*r bt bommteaded bj taj persos wb� la ib� o:e bead of  ftmllr. or �n? ro�U0��r tly��rs of an'' t� lhe �xt?nlof ooe quarter Mellon or 100 acres, more or lesa. Rn-rr muai be made peoionatljr at ib� local land oBtcc (or ih* dunitct In wbicb tat land to (Itiiair. Tb� hurorairader 1* required 10 perioral Ibe eondtl'ona conceded tbnrewllb under on* of ibe following plan* I, Atteaat �u ntomba' reald^nce upon and cultlr*tlon or tbe Uml lu each rear for3 three jreari. i. II the faiher (or tr olber, ir tbe filter l� deceased) of the ^ume-leader reside* upon a farm In tbe ticiuhj of tbe land entered for tbe requirements a* to resldeuce mar *>* aattnBed b; �ucn perann tentdluc wttb tbe father or rtother. j. if ihe.ettiir baabiapernaneni residence cut against the sky upon farmlnc land owned \>j blm In the vlcln-lljr of ID* boinetlead, tbe re�,ulronieni* as to realdence mar be aaiUiled by rekldence upon tbe **td land. mi monba' notice In writing ahould be (Itren to the CommtMlnner of Dominion Land* at Ottawa of Intention to apply lor patent. W. W. OQ�V. Deputv of tbe Minister or tbe Interior. and strong and ambitious llaymond will thrive amazingly Watch it. one of the wonders of our West CA11DSTOX But when I come to Cardston, un other of the Mormon settlements,the hurrying pencil waits to take brouth as it were, nnd shnr|�en itself to fresh efforts. Indeed, the iieneil has said to me, all along, "W'hnt will you rto when you come to Cardston and after it to Magrnth and Hull, which you never saw at all, but which sent sueh fragrant messages to the travelling journalists?" Ami thoro was no answer, so today I leave it to the pencil. For the first time on our wonderful trip, wo heard, as the train slowed up, the sound of musie. "A hand!" wo quoth, breathlessly, anil aniaMd, "for us!" I think every heart grow a bit younger in that moment. Of a surety every fuco lighted with sheer delight. Th 8 was our marathon. Never as long as 1 live, shall 1 forget the sight which wo looked out upon as wo crept in toward the station. The whole town had turned out. Every man who could ride and had a bronco to cross saddle wus thur.>. Immovable, like the cowboys in tbe iruiga/ine pic -turos, horses and men stood, clear Children thmn- SAVE MONEY NOW - - god the station, their fates alight with a shy eagerness that whn beautiful Iwcnuso of its earnestness and simplicity. Kvery "livery" in the placo >vus there. Drags, huckboar.'s. carriages, 'misses, and to cap all. two North-West Mounted Police; all wore waiting to take us on a long prairie drive across the trails. Tho Mayor of Cardston, who is also tho Mormon Bishop, Mr. Hammer, was there, accompanied by many ludies of high social standing. It was un Central Boot A Shoe Store W. T. HENSON. PROP. Lethbridge, Alt*. . lamaaing reception! so warm so af-1 can Bell you lota now in jfectlonate. and withal so dignifying anil graceful! How much we owed to the forethought of tho best friend ;that Journalist-male or female-ever had. George Ham. of the CP.II.! Everywhere along the lino this rip- . able and efllcient officer of Canada's J � ; "Royal Road." had telegraphed our j "Sorry you haven't time to s.tay W. f\ RUSSELL i'oming and arranged our reception. .Rut mighty glad you came our way.' Real Estate Agent Tabor, Alta. \A porr�ct wlwirrt 1,0 wa"- in hB *" I . ,| f ^  mn?lng arrangnment of our Itinerary ' And weren t we glad, toot Tho Tabor for $100, that will bo selling at $200 in a month's time. Good Farming Land for sale also. hall was decorated and kindly HI hop Hammer had provided for th American' delegates to our contingent, little 1'nion Jack flags, which they took heartily, and pined where 1'ncle Sam rampages on the great Fourth. Then came our departur- and we delayed It. In vnin dill the mighty IP 11. whisile. We laughed at it. In vain ditl Mr. George Ham wave his hat at tho alow-coming carriages. We laughed again. We d dn't wunt to go. if the sheer truth Is' told. We weii> having "the tins'" of our trip and Cardston held us. Then came, what to me wns II V W. M p (CniiKInn Star.I LethhridKu. Lodge No. SS. , , ..... . ... Mreie til nddfi'iluwH' Hall �-vei� Kilita. the h-ft-lilts Is the public sipiuie. evroliiK al'Wo ri,..-i. vunnif i.i.r im j,r buml stunit of eomposil.. ' �lwa�s welrome. urehilcHture. �,,| ,,'s profusion oi W' Bonnelw1',,. C V ^"Xc'sec shade tnvs, and (Ur> | puiuted seuts, Ix'long to our t.tMM) odd c!ti/ens. Wave to the right-This is our break- WILLOW TRANCH HEBEKAH LODGE. NO. 2 ...... i . .. . Heels In Oddfellows' Hall  nt urcond and last, truly. hosts Kckstorm ami lourtU 1 huauay Viaitura aiwa Mr. Irwin comes �>( good military ! stork, his grandfather having served a'with distinction under the Puke of most affecting farewell. The little | Wellington in the Peninsula war. Hi* children, several hundreds of them. ' father wns one of the early profess were standing in rows nt the stat - ors of Queen's I'liiversity. ion awaiting us. They had white 1-- lined baskets of flowers which they i hud been one whole day picking. , ready, tied up in hunches. And the blessed tots went about us offering ' us bnrpiets as if we were Personages PLANT JACK PINK R. Will Ise Them Kvenlunlly Knr Ties. and royal at that. Oh, it was our Marathon! Tho band played as we pulled out at last, nnd there was not one woman in the two enrs hut wouldhave thrown her hat in the air in u cheer for Cardston, I have thnt littlo bouquet of flow-I Tho "I'"' rs by me ns I write. It is dried and '18 jUKt nnrl Maple Creek. Sask.. July 20.- An ofllciul of the C. p.R. arrived in Maple Creek yesterday with the object of muking arrangements for i implanting of thirty (ten's with Ju?k i pine. selected for the purpose north of the coal s'.iute, he-faded and lies in a long, orttcal en- Uwn lh* laUer ",ftCO a,,d !ht* ,cr,H*-velopo. Rut when I Ih,,U my face to I nndhcr,e ^ ft\r"B wi" 1,0 ou�h-it. and smell the still fragrant Al '? ^Ulyated preparatory to be- , , ., , i lug planted with the above mured l>ertn roses, there comes ulso some | . . essence of kindliness, mixed with 8 slH>c'BH oi �>im>- .., , , , . ,,T,u .. , Thin is in accordance with the an-generous West-and I say "lhats, . , . ....... , ... ., . . , . * nouni'cment made bv the C. p. R perfume of tho wild and free, and i , ,  . soniu time ago, when they resolvol to establish at did. rent points along | their system bells of trees to U at Magrath. A small to*, n this. I ut � '*>' ,hu r,,fii,,,"UK of the tottn' *8. " i will not only add another attraction Cardston. MAGRATH. It is written. "Woe unto the knockers"-quite right too, when we think of that hrenkfuM, and the deft nnd , smiling of the handmaids of .tie 1 "Ihillus" and "Ix'thbridge." After ample just ire had l>een done to the repast-to us*, uu original ie-nmrk-It �as wearing towards tl.. hour of our guests' depurture. ten o'clock, and the party Itegnn to reassemble at thu cars. From an improvised platform Is-hinil a remarkably ipiiet beam, our "poet and historian," Mr. Mair was Introduced to the visitors by Mr. Smith in worts few and well chosen. When Mr. Mair Is'gun to reply 1 had to so I hunting for another supply of "Ijeth-bridge Souvenir Rooks." kindly supplied to the visitors \,y Mr. Rowriinn mid got back in time to hear the closing part of a gem of a spoechlet by Mr. Ilemstead? Judging by tho t-upi attention of the fairly large crowd: for by this time I^thhridge tins sitting up on its' ellow. As the cars moved out, w� could see from the pleased expression on ' the faces of the departing ones, thatj it pays to do our littlo ho*t, and to ilo it with vim. The Indies seemed I lo have nn nlllnlt.v- (is that the, word'.1) to acting-Mayor Robins.ill-1 in fact Mr. Conylswc did not got a; "look in" this time, churm lie ever: George Rogers LUMBER Tin* Old Re.iu.,|.t us, nnd a stirring address was gi.-en on the platform by tho president of the Hoard .of Trade-I tKslleve. As to this I am not sure, as our stay was a hurried one. Miss ponns Cam eron replied In her delightful vny. What a speaker she Is. The chlldrei-decorated us with badges and flags-the dear little children! On ih>> badge-of white satin-one read- to thoso which tho town already possesses, but it will establish once and for nil tho debated question as to allot her pine can lie grown in Man!u Creek tho We Can't Do It For what some rilheru do voiir work for BUT WE CAN DO Better, whieh is moru important to you, ns the life * of your Shirts, Collars, Cuffs is lengthened by our process of laundering them. Ottnw%; Aug. 1-In seven of Ninallest tovns in Saskatchewan the census just taken shows that the tot-i al population grew from 1.803 to �'�.-successfully. Tho tro s mjtKK) in tho Inst five years or nemly , Creak successfully. The trees nlro.nly J!U)l� per cent planted by tho railway author ties |Ll)r(.K f,r JIKM and 1006. are thriving fanuiusly, and add very much to the bouiity of the loan, and � :this further experiment will ifor the O.p.R. tho thanks of j residents of Maple Crook. Knin the ! Tho Tudhnpe carriage Co. of Or-illia. will erect a warehouse at Calgary. Saskatoon ............ Indian Head ...... ..... Oxbow ...... Davidson Carnduff ................... tOO Wapella................. 397 Alameda .................. 104 Neck Comfort Ittti.t possible when your collar huH "saw teeth" edges. In our Iiiun-Kotiowing are ihe"nB-''^y ^'�ry collitr is ironed with it ; smooth, round, comfortable edge no extra charge either. Phone iiioii Wngou calls everywhere. Let tiB try a lot for you. 1001. n.'i B80 90: i! 530 j .620 |. 481 j 480 j aaa Ucthbrldcc Itcam Uaandry. Utd. ;