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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 7, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta o 'APSON BU AN Publish c 'f B. SIMPSON A. IJWHASAS si. 50 a a Old Sol rises, shines and sets in tins land more gorgeously any other on the globe. is your coal bill this year' A lower thnn usual, isii'i il The Calgary Herald put out a 'dandy special edition last aud wb mistake. The by way ot tin1 Crow's Pass. a trail through tin? Pass but. it never been used very much, at least not for some years and it was iiootfssiiry 10 ahead to cut it out. Tlieiv was nothing out of the way of in- cident on lliK trip. It was more than anything else ol the nature of WLHjk. an exploration trip that was rather -.i. pleasant than t I. 1 L stance OL ADVERTISING: ,'1Uw "w Unp eircumstance OL msiuiiL-ui tiouth fl.oo Per Inch [the illustrations, will do mucli for in connection with the Hit Lite Sir Alex. T. Gilt tf and Alberta. This pn nice cannot get too many write-ups; i we must never cease i the people of the east about trip through the Pass fact that Inspector Wood married while iu British Columbia and he brought his wife through on the trip. She was the first white woman that Sir Alexander T. Gait, t; man resources and opportunities. the Pass. delibly identified with the early, j___________ ihistory of Lethbridge, was an im-i Medicine Hat is going to apply :portaut factor in the consumnm- j for a city charter. It will take tion of the confederation of Cana- Ln0re than that to enable it to keep Sir Alexander was a great' 5tep with Lethbridge. statesman. The full extent of his services to Canada are only grailu-, ally coming to light, though hej AN AWFUL DEATH Fairview, B. C. Man Dragged All Night at a Saddle Stirrup. HERALD HAMMERLETS. A Revclatoko reconls rp i.J horrible death met by a man neai _.., Telegram HmA8Fa.rv.eW) R. a mounting his horse got his sort of saddle turned and his foot became was-most active in the life of thisj The Winnipeg r Dominion at its birth. The he hi bringing federation has been brought to the [Q Ulillk it] is u On Ladies' Skirts s Caps Men's Mitts Men's Underwear Men's Felt Boots Men's Felt Slippers Ladies' Waists Men public attention within gp0if. It requires heaps Eas tencd in thesti last few weeks by Sir Richard Cart- j oE and pluck, and fur- wright who virtually makes it clear j plenty of exercise for the, after following the that it was due to the late Mr. Gall books, if nothing else. road for three miles, took to the the foremost political leaders j mountains and wandered around ah of that time, Sir John A. Mac- One thing, people playing poker j night, dragging the victim A pa- donalcL Sir George Curlier niuljm Sunny Alberta need never be poose, while gpuie to church, sa, Brown, united on the coiifed-1 troubled with ''cold .erution policy that brought all ihe I frigid atmosphere of British possessions in North j conducive to this ailment. America, except Newfoundland, .into' one great Dominion. Sir Richard Cartwright, who is one of three of the fathers 'of confedera- tion still living, iu a recent address iised'the'proverb. "You must sup- The we're m our new mortar, if you are going" to 1 would rather leml the oppo- ______ -good wall" in referring m Alberta thai, move agam. Mr. Gait's services to confederation arid "As it there was at that time one man in parliament who was eminently qualified to supply the connection required. Thatniun was the late Sir Alexander Gait, who. besides beiiii: alarge-niiuded, brilliant man the animal running alongside a I fence, shy ing and kicking. He fol- S 1S lowed the horse and on catching up saw the body of a man horribly umtilatal. The man was so badly play broken up that he was scarcely rec- u, f fm- iviwhill it'oiniisable. His clothes wore torn puigpong. but as for baselull it hasn't cut its eye teeth yet. liead was olf from beinf, dragged over the rocks. LETHBRIDGE CO-OPERATIVE ASSOCIATION JP Riscfc Piano Co. Tho "Mason Kitmh Piano is conceded by all competent judges to be the- highest grade of Pianos made in Guiadu. v If i uterus Led, nul and let show you the goods. Sold on easy terms to suit your purse. Showroom at the U2 Macs." E. J. CANN DISTRICT AGENT Co., Ld. H. L. jRockendori When you come to the Me- tropolis stay at the Palace Hotel iper da Manufacturers of GREY IRON ANDJ3RASS CASTINGS MACHINE SHOP WORK PROMPT- LY CORRECTLY EXECUTED I f Opposite C.P.R. Depot MINE AND SAWMILL WORK A SPECIALTY A Lively Burster. Medicine Hat Times. the at Early this morning a man enter people out of hard earned; ed the restaurant of Quon Ivoy and proceeding to the kitchen wanted :to tight the cook. Cookie no fightee so the man collared some money (about So.OO) which was handy and fled. Outside he fell into the hands, of Constable Mc- Corkiudale and Segt. Quiim and was arrested. On the way to the money with York Loan and Bearing companies. CAUGHT ON THE FLY. :.r) .i.. i A fanner on the "ditch 1 in iiiinv wavs was bv nature a was arrested. Un the way to me m lieve irrigation farms will be sell-; u tation he madfc} a tlagh aud oorn oipiouuiusi, uuu .L _ nmnv n shot or 1 liUNU ILllgllLiUll born diplomatist ana speak: [n although a shot or it_- _.. i.____T__i -....4-It o r 11 T V i O Tf fired ''across Ins bows oii'that point with some authority. because I; had the honor of being one of those who cmployetl Sir Alexander Gait to conduct the "Halifax negotiations with tlie fishery 'negotiation which lias ever taken two were he failed to stop. He ran down main street and doubling a comer dashed into a tent where Paii She was a most sub- i Borradaile was asleep. He jumpet into bed pndcov warned the lad to be quiet. Pan bj C. J. once travelled on the illfated Valencia from Seat- tle to Nome. negotiation which lias ever taken; -D. J. i gica alternative, but by and b} .place withiti iny recollection, in' faith iu Lethbridge aud am going tiie intruder got warm and went to which Canada and the United to invest more money in lots here. (-bye Paul suddenly; made States'were concerned, in which __ CanaHa'got decidedly the best of j bridge is going to be an even. Isirg- ne'Kotiation in er centre than people imagine. which the whole conduct of the W H. FairehiUl-I believe Leth- a jump and was out in a jlashafte the police. Constable W ilcox wa handy and in a jitr'y was in th tent and had. the handcuffs 01 Rev. J. E. I had i Mr. Man is now behind the bar matter from first to last was left j I would invest it right here! awaiting penalties. absolutely in the hands of Can-; -m Lethbridge. j and Canadian states-1 no man else in terfefing. Sir! Alexander Gait' was fascinated by j the project of confederation. He, In the Early Days. From the Frank Paper. want a chance to lignre on your CASTING_ "No matter how largi- or how small SELLING AGENTS FOR Canada Foundrv- Co.. steam pump._ Guriiey Foundry Uo., "team and h.ot water heating. Canadian Asbestos Co., Asoestos Ontario V7iad Engine and Pump Co.. wmo.- mills, etc., wood and steel water tanks, all capacities. Stephens Rockendorf Proprietors NOT1L i Smoke the "Lethbridge Belle and patronize home industry. 1 i He -who bloweth his own trumpet I is heard by the multitude, but he FEBRUARY The February born will fmd_ Sincerity and peace of mint! Freedom from passion and from care if they the atncihyi- wear. Have You Seen Our--------------- 1 IlctllV.l i-V tLit; ill iti wtu threw himself 'iiito it with all his] Inspector Cannes now at the Vt-ho stamleth dumb in the market e reW lllHlScll. llltu 11 miii tin VyULiiiua HUM v. L1O SCaHCLtiLIl tUllUU III tut; eroT and he succeeded in mak-'of the detachment of the place carrietli home his wares. Ad- t convert of Sir-George Cartier. I Police iu-The Pass district, prob-1 vertise in the Herald. c i'i .1 ablv saw The Pass at an earlier day .__________________ Mr. Brown was red hot j Qther UQW reskloil11 The deliberate conclusion of Sir of tjie Cij5trict. He was a member Pvicliard whs' that to these three j the Northwest Police men for good or for evil must te; expedition that was sent to British j 't.hft mttiation of the pro- i Columbia in Ib'S i to establish a tort Lady's Watch The case is gold filled, guaranteed for 25 years and contains a good reli- able movement. A good variety of cases to pick from. You run no risk as our broad guarantee protects you. Satisfaction Guaranteed the initiation of the pro je'ct of confederation: that -at p.my llti traversed the Pass in the at any rate, without their] -j_ggg_ Cannes was then; concurrence and -jo-operation con-; stationed at Lethbridge. a; federation would have been entire-! detachment of 75 men he was sent ,-T.. '11 to the main the C. P. R. toi t Af assist in putting down some minor i The public careers of Macdon-. The government: aid and Brown have teen received numerous'appeals fior in" autobiographies, recording their'assistance from the authorities of; identification with Canadian history 'British Col nmbia, to capture two; pity services of Sir Alex, trait have not. The dctachmcilt xvas commanded by j been put on paper by a biographer. g ]nter be-; so that the present and future i came colonel of. the Strathcona i venerations of Canadians would be Horse and he had Z T. Wood, as-1 assessed with a'true record of his sistant commissioner in the Yukon 1 T-, i- as inspector' public career and his participation went tp Golden by thc in the vital questions affecting our Q sajc] inspector Cainics in destiny prior to and after relating the story of that campaign the year of confederation. -and up the Columbia river. The troop traveled thc pack trail while our supplies were sent up on the FftfTADUl steamer Duchess, which was oper- tUIIUK_WIL3 ated by Captain Armstrong. There You don't need a telescope to sec i not much in the way of excite- ment in connection with the cam- Lethbridge growing. paign and it is chiefly interesting as a historical matter. Like the housewife who serves; "At Winderniere. where the I, .1 i i islenmer we crossed the up abbreviated meals at Qm time, the Hemld is compelled The water was high and condense the news this week, hut ft Wns rather ticklish work but we we promise we will never do it got across without mishap' We established the fort which took the ____ name, of thc the officer in command. Fort Stoeio. in Auprust of that bay, if somebody doesn t start, ycar thc most imt.ortnnt mighty soon to build some houses i incident I recall was the in this growing town, a few of us I of the steamer which carried our wiH have to live j stores, with the result that they! _____ were all lost and we had to live on ;the country until more supplies' A town without any vacant] cou Id IDC got in. bosses hr.s the air of prosperity ail i "Did we get thc nvarJerers? Oh rio-ht yes we got them the second day 0 '____ we got to Fort Steele, but there1 _, i was considerable disorder, in the! Calgary was real jealous of the coxintry and it was decided to build boost Lethbridge climate got from the fort, and establish order, and the baseball match, and it hustled for that purpose we remained there and arranged a game also, to con-ia .A' 0. t tv i -i i uWe left Fort Steele m thc fall vmce the people that it was not in j of SS8 to Lethbridge polar regions. t REALTY Co. t We are in the Real Estate Business and can got you a buyer for your town lots or your lands. We have some bargains for you in irrigated lands or in winter wheat lands, well lo- cated and at money-making prices. Do not fail to see us before buying or listing. C. R. DANIEL Manager. Block Watch Grow Successor to A. Zilliax Jeweler Optician Notice is hereby given that. an ap- that 1 plica lion wiU be made to the Leg- Province NOTICE is hereby given _ application will-be made to the islative Assembly of the 1 i _ _ ill I C' ._ j' _, Legislative Assembly for the Prov- Of Albertii, at its first session, for iiice of Alberta, at the first session act to n Railway thereof il WESTERN WAREHOUSE TRANSFER CO. ereof, cor an act to iacoriXDratethe j Company under the of The OLitana, Taber and Edmonton i Alberta Southern Ktiilwuv Coni- Ruihvay Company, with power to pany. power to construct, oper- construct, operate and maintain railway from the international boundary line between Canada aud the United States of America, at a point between Coutts and the east- erly boundary of the Province of Alberta, to intersect the Crop's >Test Branch of the Canadian Pa- j citic Railway Company's lines at I or near Taber, and from thence northerly to a point in or near the city of Edmonton, with power, to construct, maintain and operate other or branch lines from the railway above described, westerly to a point in or near the city of Calgary, and from the said railway- westerly to the town of Lethbridge, and from the said railway easterly to the town of Medicine Hat, and horn the said railway, easterly or north-easterly to the boundary lino between the province of Al- berta and the province of Saskat- chewan, arid with power to coll- ate and maintain a railway from a point in the town of Lethbridge in the said Province of Alberta, in a westerly direction to the Boundary line between the said Province and] the Province of British Columbia: and eaid town of Leth-1 bridge in a northerly direction to a j point in the city of Calgary, in the' said Province fa a point in the town of Macleod. in the said province, in a north easterly direction to intersect the said linr- from Lethbridge to Cal- gary; and from said point inter- section in an easterly direction to the town of Medicine Hat in the said Province: authority also to construct branches from any 'Railroad Transferring, Dray- ing and General Delivering. Coal Delivered Promptly. HAY. OATS. SAND AND STONE FOK SALE AGENTS FOR McCormick Cockshutv Machinery Webber and Adams Wagons Canada Carriage Co.'s Ruggies, Etc. J. F. RODGER3 'Phone 63. Manager. j point on the proposed lines not ex- ceeding in any one case thirty miles in lengrh.with power to con- struct, own and operate telegraph and telephone Inies, roadways, tramways rand roads :-uid with power struct other branch lines, not to ex- (o connect with any other railroads Merchant ceed in length in any one instance forty miles, together with the pow- er of connecting with other Kail- ways at any of the said points and of maintaining and disposing of the said Railway and works and with power to construct, own and operate telegraph and telephone lines, road- ways, tramways and roads, and with such other powers as are usually given to Railway companies. .L. M. Johnstone Lethbridge. Alberta, Solicitor Cor Applicants. at any of the said points in the said Province of Alberta: together with such powers of maintaining and disposing of the said railroad and works, and such other powers and privileges as are usually given to railway companies. L. M. Johnstone Solicitor for the Applicants. Synopsis Of Canadian North-West. i Novr. if you want .to keep your. eyes on progress of Alberta's new city, you must have good optics. If your a-ro nut of order coll on Armstrong and he will fix you up. Nothing Our Motto. VI. J. Armstrong JEWELER ENGRAVER OPTICIAN. If you want the Latest Thing in a New SUIT- OR -OVERCOAT Call on Them. Central Boot Shoe Store W. T. KKNSON, P'KOP. Lethbridge. Alta. HOMESTEAD REGULATIONS. A Land Titles Act 1894 Proot having txwn made to m> satisfaction of the accidental loss or destruction of Dnplicati; Ortifionti of Title I. 215 issued, for Lot 4. Block 10 Lethbridge "V23 D" to Allen Francis McMillan and dated 25 th day of November 1800 T give notice that I intend after tho publi cation of this notice in the Leth- j bridge Herald for four consecutive weeks to issue to the said A linn Francis McMillan a new Duplicate in lieu of the one so lost Dated at the Land Titles Office. Calgary this Twenty-fifth day of January. 1006. W. Roland Winter Registrar for South Al- berta Land Registra- r rr other. U the father Is of tho tcZ'lrr r s'.i'ca upon ft :h-.- TicI'.U.f f-f 'he Ian'' cjifcrtfl 'or the r.-Hi-lcncc mai satisfied i.vsueh pcrton wi'h th" father or NOTICE Notice is hereby givum l.luit ap- plication will be made at the fVrst session of the Legislative Assembly of the province of Alberta, for Ordinance incorporating -'The Em- pire Club" for the purpose of es- tablishing a Club in the Town of Lethbridge for social purposes with the usual powers incidental thereto. DATED this 13th day of Janua- ry, CONYBEARE IVES, Solicitors for Applicants Homer Hutchison The Harness Men Have a complete and well assorted stock of anything that a horseman needs. Blankets, Robes, Whips Saddles, Spurs, Bits, etc. EVERYTHING YOU WANT AND EVERYTHING RIGHT Homer Hutchison NOTICE Notice is hereby given that tho town of fcthbridge will, at thc first .Session of the Legislative As scnibly, for the Province of Alberta apply for an Ordinance incorporat- ing it as a city, with all powers necessary an incidental thereto: 3. [f the rtl'.rr i< siC.cr.rc npon Cumlnc l.v cwncd hy him in thc vlcln- thc rcMiIrcrr-cnt- as f. Tnav hy upon i-.aK Six mon ..s1 r.t-f.cc In be frivcn the CominlsMorer n( Dominion I.-nrlR ai Mtawn of iPten'ion to apply for patent. W. of the Minister oT Interior. and to ratify and confirm certain "Debentures'issucd in pursuance of By-law No. 176 of the said town, and also'to ratify and confirm By- law 203 cf the said town, ami a certain agreement entered into thereunder with certain Hail way Companies. Dated this oth day of January, A. 1006, Conybeare Ives. Solicitors for the town of Lethbridge. WORKS Shackleton Simpson Col Matiufacturers of .Marble and Granite MONUMENTS] Wholesale and II eta B.C. Dvs. DeVeber Campbell Physicians and Surgeons. Offices-Ott block. If yourre on tho W. W. and someone says, "Have always demand a "Lethbridge Belle It's a good smoke, and it's 'Phone 143. home manufacture. !tf 1 REAL'ESTATE and GENERAL AGENJ Oifice-Second Floor SoflthaN Bis Office Box 3 Telephone No. 122 ;