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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 16, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta iewMalami' All Kootenay Steel Ranffe LEGISLATORS ENJOYED THE TRIP Received with Enthusiasm All Over the Sooth Country-Visit to Lethbridfte. of tlt�> government and the people BlvUl, thill It 11 W�8, ll WUSIl't Nllil- are made extra heavy London r Tor on to- Montreal Wtnnipftf*Vancouv�r�St.John E & STAFFORD SOLE AC1KNTS the tBoiel Arlington FRED. ROONEY, - PROP. GOOD ACCOMMODATION FOR THE TRAVELING PUBLIC EXCELLENT CUISINE BATHS HOT AND COLD WATER RATES ,,$1.80 A DAY f LETHBRIDGE - ALBERTA I ROYAL * HOTEL I TABER. ALTA. I Irvine & Lemon, - Proprietors I Rote* $1.50 ant $2.00 per Day FREE BUS MEETS ALL TRAINS SAMPLE ROOMS IN CONNECTION ixsaxaxBr o^oTOyaoTo.oAO.o.o:o:o.o.c\o/-.OA.Q COOL AND REFRESHING Rowat's Lemon Squash, Rowat's Lime Juice Cordial, . Rowat's Raspberry Vinegar, Caleys Fruit Drinks, Lorimer's Lemonade Crystals, All Good and Wholesome SHERLOCK, FREEMAN & CO TELEPHONE 21 ; The legislators got more enjoyment out of their trip hi (lis district I linn any other pan of Southern Albcrtii, They nil said s*o anyway, and they have tho r. put at Ion of being truthful. 1 The special train left here on Thursday morning for the south country. O. P. 1�, Conylwnre. K. C; C. A. Magruth, Acting Mayor Robinson, P. W. Barnes, secretary of tholloa.-d of Trade, Sheriff Young, E. .11. Wll -son and T, 1). Kevin and Dev. Mr. ltohh of Klora, accompanied the party from here. Before nine o'clock Stirling had been reached and I ho little town flocked to the station to greet the visitors. Conveyances, of all kinds, including saddle horses for secretary Barnes of the Hoard of Trade and David Hearst Klton of tho Southern Alberta newspaper monopoly were en hand. All hands were soon on their way to tho village where n splendid reception was given In front of a fine brick public school, the children singing patriotic soav,u nnd Mr. Rrandley rend nn addr"�s to theLleutennnt-Govornor. to which a very pleasant reply __wns made, before the gathering dispersed to take a drive through tho ileitis of grain in the vicinity, bonnets of Mowers were liamleil the party l bead of a family, or aur male over I* tear* of age. to the ext-nt of our quarter section ot l�W acre*, mop" or 1cm. Kii rr muai be made peeaona'ljr at Ike local latitl onire for tbe >llatrlci lu which tbe laud It altuate. Tb>- bomealtarter ta required to perform tbe comm on* eonceeied therewith, uuder out of Hie ru|lo�lDgplaii� t. At leant *)x mouth*' residence upon and culuraitou �(ibe lamltn eacb rear (or three rear*. 2. If ibe father (or nother, ir the father in a wait the attack of tho hungry lnw deceued) of .be hom^teider r..l,.e. upon . | Mmknrti ,,,, 0hria jonson, one of farm in the ylelnlt/ of the land entered for ibr ! ., , , . , . , requirements a� to re.hlc.ee mar be aatlatlctl 'Magruth s substantial men. had tak-by aucb peranu lekWing with ibe father or1 en the chuir and called on Or. San-nt0,h�"- I ders to tell the visitors hov glad a. if thetttlcr baahlapermanent renldence ....., . , , , b.� u,r(ormud Boarding the train again at tho Itaymond depot, Magrath wua soon reached and here a huge crowd oi peoplo had assembled. A Land was on tho platform and played welcoming strains. The party aga n look a drive and the rich and pros|>eruus Magrath district, with its magnificent crops of grains, its fields of vegetables and fruit orchards were aeon. Everybody was charmed und tho northern 'Alberta members ' i..n about. After a wide circle �f lie district had been made the r {u ci ried the hungry slght-soers to the meeting house, where tho whole u -ar-ted hospitality of the Magruth pro pie was at their service. On the platform, young ladles had spro.nl a bounteous luncheon, but it had to very much like tho region adjoining I'incher Creek nnd Cnrdslon Is nl. most ns prettily located. The eoun  try about Cardston is vastly different In one rospeet from Magrath. It is not Irrigated nnd yet tho crops there are magnificent as was apparent to the visitors as they drove around the fertile country colored with the rl|k>nlng grain. As - one member remarked "there Is no Let ler country In all Alberta" ond yet when the Mormons came there in tno eighties, the prediction was that they would starve to death. It was only a ranching country they were told, but it did not take them long to prove that the Cardston district was rich in Its agricultural resour -cos. On tho return from fho drwe tho visitors were entertained at most substantial dinners at tho Cahoon ami Wolfe hotels, letter in the even ing a public reception was given at the spacious meeting house, evo>y seat in the auditorium being Ailed and many having to stand. The platform was crowded too, with the visiting members, tho bands, atj Cardston has two bands that ft .v'll be hard to find equalled in all Al bertit, the choir and the Oleo Clul>. The Mormons nro very fond of music Their voices are excellent and well trained nnd at"~Cnrdston tho pro � gramme Included some very pleasing selections from the mandolin and guitar club, the Cyclone Oleo Club, the Cardston choir, Mr. and Mrs Hhellleld and Jos. Card. Mayor Hammer presided und e >� vcyed the kind sentiments of the people of Cardston to the.visitors and during the evening Hon. G. H V. Hulyeu. lion. W. T. K.nlay. Honorable A. C. Itutherford, lion. W. ii. dishing. Chief Justice Sifton and Hon. C. W. Fisher, speaker of the legislature, told the peo pie how greatly they were delighted with the trip. Hon. Mr. Finlay struck the keynote when he said this trip had been an "eye opener." Hon \V. H. Cashing mentioned his lust visit to Cardston which was at time, not so long ago, when tlvro was only one house between L-'th-brldgo and Cardston, where now there v-cre populous settlements of prosperous people. J. W. Woolf, tho Cardston member, got a royal reception. Duncan Marshall of 1>I -monton, put in a few words, telling of the appreciation of the press representatives who had taken in the trip. Martin Woolf. president of the Cardston Hoard of Trade, made a rattling good speech and so did Prof. Tanner, formerly suporlnten -dent of state schools in Utah, who thinks Southern Alberta is the best place on tho continent, having set -tied here after travelling over most of N'orth America. Tho Cardston gathering brol c tv,> after eleven o'clock and it was almost midnight when tho special train and Thos. McN'alib. Jr., firing l�c-with ltobt. O'Hagan at tho throttle pan Its journey back to Loth' ridge. Though stops had to l>e made r.t Mugrnth and itaymond, O'Hagan brought tho train into lxMh'>rid_o i-t two hours and eight minutes. residence may be katlkned by realdence upon the aald land. M� inonba' notice In writing abould be given to the Cutiimlaaloner of Dominion Land* at Ottawa of lutcnilmi to apply for patent. w. w. 0o�y. Deputf of tbe Minister of ibe Interior. save money now - - 1 can soil yon lots now in Tatar for $100, that will be selling n( $200 in n month's time. tioul Farming Liuul for tale altju. W. F. RUSSELL Real Efttate Agonl Tabor, Alto. SMOKE Lethbridge Belle Havana Smoker T. W. RANKAHAN CHOICE ANDIES AKES BEST READ UNS City Bakery F. C. Coohe. Prop. the tusk skilfully and tho Lieutenant Oaveriior and tho Premier roplioJ. Excellent vocal selections wero c tributed by MUs Katie Lamb.*. IUember for the district was compelled to inako a speech, but he made it briof and then the party faced about and s.at cd themselves at tho tables, laden with refreshments put up in tho delicious way that Is characterise of the Magrath ladies. Tho tables were, tastefully decorated. Thrf platform also had appropriate decorations of grains and vegetables. When tho luncheon had disappeared a call lor cheers for tho Magrath peoplo was responded to with vigor and the good peoplo of this thriving and happy community wore soon convinced that their hospitality was warmly appreciated. AT CAKDSTON. ^ Convoryed to tho station again, the party hoarded the train nndware soon speeding on their way to Card Al UtlikkJt>. Tho visiting Legislators struck Lethbridge at a most inconvenient hour. They got In here very �'�rl.. and left before noon, but neverihe -less this city gave the visitors a warm welcome. At nine o'clock under tho guidance of Superintendent Wilson. Sheriff Young, C. II. Bowman. Ilobt. Sage, A. 13. Ives, K. tr. Hylands, M. Freeman, K. A. Cun  nlnghutn, F. W. Humes, A. K. Humphries, and others, tho party took a drive around tho city and tho visitors were surprised at tho growth and progressiveness of Lothbridge. The remark "I nover imagined it was such a largo and progressive place" was frequently heard. All the sights of tho city were seen but unfortunately owing to the length of tho reception at tho Mothodistrhurch the proposed drive to Couldalo, to allow the party to vlow tho splon -did farms in tho noighliorhood of Lothhridge, had to le cut .out to on-nblo the schedule time ol tho "special" to be carried out. But the Legislators got a good impression ol tho city withal that. Tho reception vns held in Hie Methodist church, as its auditorium is tho most commodious in the city. Quite a largo number of citizens as somlilod to greet tho visitors. On the platform wore seated Lloutonant-Oovornor Bulyoa. Hon. A. C. Rutherford, Hon. W. II. Cushing, Hon. W. T. Finlay, Hon. l>r. PeVebor, C. Hlobort, 11.1.1, W. C. Simmons. M. L.A., and C. F. l*^ Conyboaro, along with acting Mayor Itohinson, who made a most acceptable chairman. C. F. V. Conyboaro spoke 'h� words of welcome on behalf of tt:e city. His speech was splondid, I'M in matter nnd delivery. Ho r'iiu'' p, m j 7tOO to �i,TO p. n. Office Night Bell ana 1'elspi.one A. II. Walt of the Kdmonton c'at urthty News said ho liked the. clean appearance of the country. There is no finer looking eoat.uy in all Alberta than that (c le m-'h south of Lethbridge. Hon. C. W. Fisher ��*''iy unseed tho "special.:* Ho drdvn* hi'i orders to go through Co.UltlA'v 1h-out stopping. Fortunately when near that Hint Ion, Mr. run.'r was espied waving his hnn p. ni. 'IVIuplionpft 41 and 5H. F.H.MnwiuiRK W.H.Gai.mraith M. 13. C. M. M. DC. M. Drs. DeVeber & Campbell riiyfticiiins nnd Surgeons OfficcB-Ott block. Thone 143. MAKE HAY WH1M3 THE SHINKS." SIIX ston the oldest town In tho Mormon jdoal of iho iirnornnco that o�"st�d a-distrlct. Tho fine crops on o'th r bout Southern Alborta. It would ho side of tho tracks woro groatly ad-[apparent to them oven now that the mired. It is a beautiful rolling cotin- f south was just as fertile nnd rich In try between Magrath and Cardston- its resources as tho north, The task There is n lesson In the work o the thrifty farmer. He knows that the bright sunshine may last but a day and he prepares for the showers which are so liablo to follow. So it should be wHh every household. Dysentery, diarrhoea and cholera mor- j bus may .ttack Wie wm*wr of the | ()ffi , homo without warning. Ctmmrior-laln's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhm* t aahamed of tho place that is named after him. J. U. Holden, the now memler for Vermillion, is an old pal of A. K. Itum|>hries. They used to play loot-ball together. Hon. -W. H. Cushing after tho "foods" at Magrath and "Cardston - "I think the trip ohould have ended at Uanf! instead of storting there. Wo would then have had a chanco to ro cuporato." Lieutenant Oovernor Bulyea In his speech at Stirling referred to tne Maplo I*af as the National Kmblem ot Canada. On tho train, Inter on. A. 8. Rosanroll, of Wotaskiwiu, disputed this. He maintained tho maplo loaf was only tie emblem of Ontario. Hon. W. T. Finlay and 0. A.Stuart, M.PP. claimed it was tho should not pass unheeded. Generous rains may be expected from* the middle of May until the latter part of duly. This is the moisture that must bo made available for pushing the fall wheat plant along during the comparatively dry weather of the fall months. To do this curly and careful cultivation of the land is essential. Wo have seen several fail -ures due to neglect of this Import  ant feature. At times nature may lie particularly generous but the sue cessful nutn is tho ono who prepares for tho worst and asks no favors. Another feature that Bhould he guarded against is late sowing. It will lie readily seen that tho plant securing an early start will ha boi -tor able to avail itself of existing moisture than the plant which comes on later when growth is slow. \o definite time can )>e set for sowing, but taking one year with another, the wheat sown before the first of September, will produce the best insults. The comparatively dry season pi�-vents the heaving and winter .ill-Ing, which is so injurious to fiul wheat in tho east, and care in cultivation and early soring. Alberta should be the banner province in tV>� world. So much has lieen said of impure seed that it seems superfluous to repeat it. that each year brings tlr� record of the old story. Not .inly weeds have been sown, but shrunk >n wheat which can only produce a spindline growth of low vitality. l�ok out for the seed early, get a good sample; clean it again and a-gain, if necessary, for all proparat -ion and work is in vain if followod by that forerunner of a bad crop-poor seed. the summer to laying out new townsites. Contract price* on application. Office at the Ooaldalo Hotel, Lethbridge. Lethbridge, Lodge No. 2. L0.ttrMows' Ball champions while tho present Lothhridge nwn superintend Her public affairs. It is keeping us busy, but that's just what wo are here for to get "busy for Magrath" otvl to Invito our good friends to do all in v National Aut hem. Mr. Rosenroll can to help us,-Magrath Pioneer. We Can* t Do It For what some others do your work for BUT WE CAN DO Bettor, which it more important to yon, as tho life . of your Shirts, Collars, Cuffs ia lengthened by our pro. cess of luuuderiug them.. Neck Comfort Itn.t possible when your collar has "mw teeth" edges. In our laundry every collar is ironed with a smooth, round, comfortable edge-no extra charge either. Phone 145. Wagon calls everywhere. Let us try a lot for you. Utbbridtc Steam ;