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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 1, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, December THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD BEFORE The stock of John Coffin must be cleared. Pi-fees that will make you start will prevail-on these days, and Saturday, December 2 and 3; i at HATS Stetson's C3mstie% Ivolinc-or's Prices Can't Be Equalled SHOES 54 and -Ladies' and for Children's shoes we are clear-. ing at. from Derails and Smocki our price is Other makes Qvercoats To {protectEyou from the cold. We will :clekr these out at :away .prices IN THE WESTMN YEARS Representative of Prominent Financial and Com- inertia! Journal of New York Makes Prophesy Regarding the Canadian West 0Come Early and'Buy .the yoii-h'ave the ROUNDSTREET Next Door to Gray'sHardware Before 1920 provinces o Manitoba, -Saskatchewan, Alberta, an British Columbia will" have a popula tion' of .at least Having per soaaily viaited the most important dis I. tricts of these provinces, and carefully [studied the changes and developments that are in; I. make this pre- Boldly; It; a vagary of r'optimist, but- based upon aston ish'ing facts that- -confront the inves- turns. It 'is impos- to -consider the everyday occur- jrehces in> this --region without reach- the conviction, logically and prac- 'ticany; that--this.-prediction is entirely the' range-of attainment. What, are some .of the facts that jus- tify; this prophecy? Up to the present railroad, Paci- the Great'Lakes and the Pacific has, been the sole de- Western-Canada, in bring- ingfih" and'-locating the settlers, mov- ing-'the the busi- ness needs. HOW well that railroad service as a. courier of progress shown by its matchless.: record iadtke Inmost unparalleled b that followed its course; In 190J; Manltoba''had a population o an'd.: in and without any additioha would have more than.li will have .nearly, naif thatnumber; in 1901 Sas- Open Evenings We- -cannot impress strongly upon you the desirability of placing-your or- clers with us early. Our Holiday line is complete and we can give your orders prompt at- tention. many new vlin.es this season and we want you to call and look these over Should there be anything you de- pay a small de- posit and we-'will hold it until wanted Engraving free..... ARRESTED-jiN RAYMOND: Anderson, of" Utah, stayed "at the -Metropolitan Hotel last night and left early, 'this morning -'for -Raymond. Tife -police' city want him' for embezzlement, and'' later'-received word'from Ray- mond that he 'has --been taken into custody.' Coufd Yards Without Resting WEAK HEART WAS THE GAU5E. :-Mrs. Rbbwsbci --Cdllette1 N.B., writes: "I am novr'tn best of health after having Milbura's Heart an.d'Nervd-Pills troubled with, a weak icatchewan. of in same rneas- of.growth without any added stim- give it-more'than in; 1901C Alberta.had a pop and in make neariy.'a in .1909 Brit; ish; Columbia of a-single- fresh advantage this- would-exceed before have- half that number. you, the means and growth that have th.ese: figures were, primitive and abortive cpmpared' to those at will increase the growth, a in the next' de- cade. c Popujatiorv. Railroads The followed the operations of one transcontinental carried; the .farmers tc plains and into the valleys and showed them the tw.ay. -to -Independence and prosperity; itf Staked out the town- sites- that are now, the bristling cities-; it--showed the settlers-how--to farm successfully on the dry prairies, "it questions of doubt as to the rapid pro- gress to be, made upon the 'and, in the factories -works, in trade and com- merce" and transportation, for these railroads are the most conservatively managed of any in America. The fact that the astonishingly large net earn- ings ,of the Canadian- Pacific the previ- ous .year approximately were, over in the last fiscal year is some evidence of: the railroad energy of the Canadian west, as it was largely the. overland traffic that produced this result. The income- of-the Canadian, west for 1909 was This year it exceeds.-this 'amount by The D'uifdTngv bperatibhs of "twelve >rairie cities" in" the past three years have exceeded During 909 there Canada by the, three railroads a mileage, of. ,057, jffjiies, representing an expendi- ure of There are now 72 miles of railroad in the four prov- inces; Granary, of the Empire. ago-? the, leading wheat niarketj of-itlie world; -'then, as the grain areas "ex- tended farther west, and north, Minne- apolis.jtook the lead, :and in the prea ent year, owing to the marvelous ad vancement .of .wheat growing in the prairie Winnipeg wrested the pennant fre-mjher Min-nesota rival and will hold it for a long time. ..The figures for. tie paat year are Winnipeg 88, Minneapolis 410 Winnipeg made .the startling .increase, in.the -year of 50 cent. an.d' now; exceeds Minneapolis by The City -Council has been working under high pressure during .the past ten cannot speak toe of- your Heart -_ i j TLT vii' your xieart eleven months, 48 .meet- i for they are the greatest ings, which..is twice the evcr..used I can recom- ber for this length of time. j---- cutu, dUu mend them to all sufferers. A ALD. BOWMAW FAVORS J A CENSUS A Aid. Bowman, acting mayor 'Of the city, expresses' himself as decidedly in favor'of a-'po- census. He thinks we should know where we are at "all times in the matter'of population. if J. J, A J, T Thousands or people go .about their daily work on the verge of death and do not know it. Ji Little attention is paid to the weakness of the heart for the reason that one thinks it will ritrht but there is.where the mistake is It is onlv whpn a violent shock the fost or v physical breakdown, the Heart and Nerve Pills will a quick and permanent cure. of ;ave them irrigation in some districts .and. all with, such-effect, thatjn 1.901 the .average value of farm .crops in rWeBt'em Canada QiSS" acre as against in the United States. less, than five years from now I'-there 'will- be two additional railroads spanning the continent across Canada to share the burdens and the respon- sibilities..of development with the'Can adian Pacific. The completion of the Grand Trunk Pacific will be followed in' the first year by the distribution of a million settlers along the line from Winnipeg to Prince Rupert and two years of operation will see three mil- lions more located and prospering' on its main- line and ''branches, -propor- tionately" similar 'results will follow the completion of the Canadian North- ern and the trunk line to Hudson bay. will create a channel, of prodigious traffic to and from Europe by a hew, shorter and reliable route. The Hud- son hay railroad will also' open'an im- mense fertile region in Greater Mani- The grain crop; recently harvested season of drought that induced the pessimists to predict less than hal a crop, yielded" over bush- els in Manitoba.. Saskatchewan and Alberta -and; gave-the -farmers in cash. The .rush of farmers fromvover the' border and additional acres of fertile and.VJiave just -'.been to se> tiers Saskatchewan In the next five' more acres will be' available'fornewcomers. Hon.'Sydney of '-agri- says'that'in another ten years- of bushels of .wheat The Jbatest; and the duce annually or one and a half times more than the whole United States produced in This is prediction-of a man -who- knows, another b.ushels may be added for -oafe, system of :advernaing adopted-'by.th'e enterprising business manage- ment of the weHj-known establishment of A.'Southard has certainly caused wide considerable furore among the 'buying Psubiic of that they would give away 'Heintzman Parlor Grand store, mtieh curiosity -was aroused as to HOW they-could-afford, from" a ousiness stand" point, to do such a but when it was learned that they would give ONE PIANO VOTE-with-every ceafepaid-for-aa article intneir store; also that the Piano was. to be given absolutely Free to the person presenting piano votes to them on Dec.. an extremely novel and most advertising with- which our buying- public. 'haveJjeen '-'going after" these-p'iano-votes-'more 'than makes good This_novel advertis- ing many splendid values which they are offering, made .their name a household name and a mecca for the Bargain lovers.; of this; community' South- ards .are to.be congratulated .upon .the thoroughness of their busi- ness should feel they have aU reason to" be" proud of tfierfact-6f establishment conducted, upon such, liberal and true principles within our gates Notwithstanding given.? .during 4he great "HURRY OUT" SALE piano with every- one cent .of This, means you get Totes with every spent at the' A. great sale Southard Blocks Redpafh Street supremacy will Canada, and With- so much in its favor it can not 25 years more-will this country'! be- .kept- back and my prediction of "-Ontario .population, for "the-fayorefi-'' western provinces in'1920 'is'lust; asl- wager on or' invest-in-'as ther barley, -'maize..- The. grair area of the prairie province is greater than the seven states of Wisconsin Minnesota, the two Dakotas, Iowa, Ne- braska and Missouri. Returns Canada west of the Great Lakes is today in the' position of the? United States, west of thV Missouri in ;1880 and the growth here wflTije great- ;er 'in- the .nest .ten'1 years it was therebetween that wtiicir" tie'''p-opufe'fibn ''arttft western states and the then terri- tories 'increased abo.ut The same conditions exist here ii-: greater -ratio, precisely -the -J" on and at on a, .larger xseaie: ana of about seven hundred thresh- history'will repeat itself. Alberta 'will r T -I ers' returns to the Alberta department of agriculture for the season just closed, fifty-five reported yields o spring and winter wheat of over forty bushels to tbe acre, fourteen over fifty bushels, and six of over- sixty b.ushels. For oats the reports ranged from eighty to ninety In Al- berta last year acres of land were settled upon every day; one new school was opened every school day; and every week two new towns werr supply .more-coal-than-rthere.is -in In.- value 61 Consols or. -tionds States; Tork'f Sergt-Major Newcome who came to? ctiana, Illinois, Iowa, Wyoming and tethbridge some months ago to sucJ Colorado; the vast interests of mines' ceed Sergt.-ilajor Raven who wasr located four' miles of new railavs E. fl. Ewert JEWELER Oliver Block Round 'S HOUSE OP LORDS (Distilled entirely from the finest malt) Supplied to the P. 0. and other large shipping companies, to the leading- Hotels and Clubs throughout the world; and to many of the officers' messes of the Royal Navy and Military Forces at home and abroad. Price per bottle per case Call for samples. The trade supplied at special prices. The C G Pagnuelo Wine and Spirit Co. 407 Second Avenue S. Phone 543 toba and. adjoining-that will, some- be peopled by hundreds of thousands of hardy settlers and contribute an enormous additional sum to commerce every year. North and south railroads will in Jess than five years trayersr the western provinces adding greatly to population and production. The Northern Pacific, Great Northern and Milwaukee and St. Paul will up to Winnipeg and all have were built. The difference between Canada and the United States in the matter ol grain production is this: While the ax'ailabJe areas are about all occupied and production has practically reached the maximum in the Sttes, Canada, with. 50 per cent, greater producive capacity, wil'r be a long way off from her maximum yield in 20 years to come. And it is Isrgely a Qusstiou o? land condtioEs. Take a map of the United west of the Missouri river and draw a line from the north ern centre of Oregon to the southeas ern Texas: draw anothe states will'be" repeated in Bmisji lumbia and Alberta; the timber in- terests of Oregon and Washington will-be surpassed; Colorado.and Wash- ington will lose their prestige in the production of apples fruits; the greatest-fisheries in'tfie world wil] be here; Manitoba and .Saskatchewan will produce vegetables' "-caough to feed half the people of the continent. In 10 years Saskatchewan will pro- duce more wheat than the entire Un- ited States. Superior Wheat., Grown Quite recently tlis department of trade and commerce: at Ottawa receiv ed ,a report from Manchester that dur ing the past three years o: flour from the United States to Great Britain has decreased byj cent while the export from Canada has, dur- ing the same period increased 100 pe? ectbr. appointed an He'came here as a and after, being acting for a itme was confirmed to that po-k sition. He was recently moved Calgary, thence" 'and- there to Winnipeg" where he his last promoted with himl legal repre-'" sentative of Morgans of. New York 1 the brokers who handled tie A._ G-T W. bonds for Clarke is in.the city. He? is evidently proceedings in? ambitious plans for extensions from from the. first point to the so.utl this point. These same" railroads are planning to cross the international bor der and enter Saskatchewan and Al- berta at points. On the west the 'Southern Pacific, "Hill and Harri- Iman systems are working their way I into Vancouver, British Columbit, an% will permeate the rich mining, timber and districts. To Extend Hill Roads I have reliable information, that in- stead of disposing of any .of his-line? in -western Canada, as has been rumor- ed, James J. Hill will extend them into northern Manitoba and into Saskatche- see wan and Alberta. Soon we will also' the materialization of his propos- j western boundary of California an you will find in the triangle that o the Southern Pacific railroad there ar over miles of bad lands, on th Atchison. fopeka Santa Fe 'ther are miles, on the Union Pacifi 600 miles, on the Northern Pacifi 500 miles, on the Great Northern 30 miles, and.-by tbe time yon reach thi Canadian border there. is practicallj no bad land at all, and where the prairies in Canada are treeless and dry, irrigation will in time-crake ev ery acre produce like a Belgian truck garden. The long sunlight of the far north grows .wheat that makes white flo.ur and -better .bread than any other ed Canadian line from British Colum-1 wneat in the world. bia to Winnipeg. Mr. Hill recognises the importance of the Hudson bay route to Europe and he lote no time in effecting a connection with the government line from'the "Saskatche wan river to the Hudson bay. The Canadian transcontinental rail- roads have arranged to expend immed- iately in the western provinces and this'-is' a demonstration of faith in the future that puts to rout all World's Chief Food Source Canada's wheat growing belt is four times greater than that of the United States only five per cent of Can- ada's western agricultural area is under cultivation. There are 000 acres of wheat lands which'wif make these western provinces richer more populous, more dependable for food supplies than the western states can ever become. The centre of food tne interests of -the bond..-holders. It? cent. This is a result of Canada's is not known what action they will' growing harder wheat 'that _ weighs- take, if .any, as a result of heavier to the bushel, than thai SiftonV p'oliey.' 'WHO tlimfr. grown in the States low are on, the inside say' that" rates for milling in' transit ,given by the Canadian railroads the grain from the farm and deliver straight througn in the sea board. Better wheat'.and "cheaper rates are producing immense flour mills aJ over Wetsern Canada and making i' difficult if not impossible-for.the Ani erican mills to compete for. the espori trade. British Colubia contributed 69 pei cent, of Canada's total mineral produc tion in 1909, including gold, copper coal, silver and lead.- Its- total mineral production to date is Al berta produced more 000 ons of coal in fields ire. apparen tly a's exKau'stte'ss "as' f Pennsylvania. Alberta has 500, miles of irrigation i will take action. 00 acres of ranching .lands' on which re now horses anymore than cattle. 'But why. multiply acts that are of endless variety one" staggering significance. Canada WINNIPEG WHEAT December- opened 92 1-4; closed 91 i-S; May- opened 95 closed 95 3-4. Cash Close: 'NO. 1.Northern No. 2 Northern 88, No. 2 Northern" JNO. 4 Northern 81 1-2; No. 5 75 1-iV No. 6 70 61. Oats, No c' W. 32 3-4, No. 3 C. W. 30, Extra No. r Feed, 30 1-4, No. 1 Feed SO, No. 2 Feed 28. Flax No. 1 N. W. 226. Suffer from rheumatism? You will find an. ahnost perfect uric-acid solvent marvellous, relief in est is a dora.iip with a. limited past ut a radiant and immeas.urable fu- ure. There is land and wealth enough ere to feed every mouth in Europe. ;