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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 7, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta ;HAN an A. Hl'CHANAN ",U BSCRrpxtON Advance $1.50 a . it- narWiue �2.00 a vear V*. ADVERTISING Month - $1.00 Per Inch Medicine Hat is going to apply for a oily charter. It will take more than that to enable it to keep step with Lethbridge. The Late Sir Alex. T. Gait Sir Alexander T. Gait, a man indelibly identified with the early history of Lethbridge, was tin important factor in the consummation of the confederation of Canada. Sir Alexander was a great statesman. The full extent of his services to Canada are only gradually coming to light, though he was most active in the life of this Dominion at its birth. The part he to >k in bringing about confederation has been brought to the public attention within the M,{h. It re,p,ir,-s heaps lost few weeks by Sir Richard Cart- of mhinMKHJ nl,a 1,1,0U. ami fur-wnght who virtually makes it clea. nig,ulg p] of t.Xt,B.i9l. ful. ,u, that it was dm* to the late Mr. Unit that the foremost political leaders of that time. Sir .John A. Mac donald. Sir (�corgi* Cortier and Geo. Brown, united on the confederation policy that brought all the British j,)ossossions in North America, except Newfoundland, into one great Dominion. Sit- In- way 01 I he Crow's Nest l'asn. There was a (rail through llie Push but it ha,I Miner been used very leant not for some yearn tiiil it was neeessarv lo send cut-eiev. h ahead to cut it out. There ww nolliinu out of the way of in- 'idelil nil 1 111' trip It llinie than any thine; else ul the nature of an i \ploratiou (rip that was rather pleasant than otherwise One circumstance of historical importance in connection with the trip through the Pass was the fact ------ . ^ . . . that. Inspector Wood married while must never cense enlightening in British Columbia and he brought his wife through on the trip. She was the first white woman that ever traveled the Pass. Old Sol rises, shines and sets in this land more gorgeously than any other s|>ot on the globe. How is your coal bill this year'.' A little lower than usual, isn't it? The Calgary Herald put out a dandy �i�'cial edition last week, and no mistake. The ailicles.witii the illustrations, will do much for Calgary and Alberta. This pros ince cannot get too many write-ups; Wl the iH>ople of the east nbont our great resources and opportunities. HERALD HAMMERLETS. The Winnipeg Telegram thinks that jHjker is the most jnipular "athletic sport in Alberta.'' Come lo think of it. poker is � sort of pocket liooks. if nothing else AN AWFUL DEATH Fairview, B. C. Man Dragged All Night at a Saddle Stirrup. A Kevclstoke pajHT records a horrible death met by a man near Fairview. R ('., as follows; Mr. Alexienne. a middle aged man, while mounting his horse got his saddle turned and his foot liooame fastened in the stirrup. The horse started for home dragging the unfortunate man over a rough country. The horse, after following the road for three miles, took to the 20 Ol o count mountains and wandered around all One thing, people playing jK>ker night, dragging the victim. A pain Suniiv AllK-r'n need never be 'IT. troubled with "cold feet ' frigid atmosphere of Winnipeg is conducive to this ailment. pi�y Calgarv may be able to Richard Cartwright. who is one of ping pong, but as for bnset ,il it Hi* ^XdV^f .... , , , , .. . , ,i . , from his l>odv. One halt ot his three oft he fathers of confedora- hasn t cut its eye teeth yet I*x>He. while going to church, saw the animal running alongside a fence, shying and kicking. He followed the horse and on catching up saw the body of a man horribly mutilated The man was so badly broken up that he was scarcely rec-1 lis clothes wort sition in Allierta than move again. tion still living, in a recent address �- used the proverb. "You must sup- Sll> - in our new .punters, ply the mortar, if you are going to �"* w� wuutd rather lead the oppo-mnkc a good wall" in referring to Mr. Gait's services to confederation and then snid: "As it happem I. there was at thai time one man in parliament who was eminently qualified to supply the connection required. That man was the late Sir Alexander Gait. who. besides being a large-minded, brilliant man in many ways, was by nature a born diplomatist, and I can speak on thnt point with some authority.  because I hod the honor of being one of those who employed Sir Alexander Gait to conduct the "Halifax negotiations with regard to the fishery award-the one negotiation which has ever taken place within my recollection which States head wa9 ground over tin oil' froin rocks. being CAUGHT ON THE FLY. A fanner on the "dil-'h" I licvo irrigation farms will be tin 11- nirs A Lively Burglar. - Medicine Hat Times, "Toronto the Good" good at Karly this morning a man enter fleecing jx'ople out of hard earned ed the restaurant of Cjuon Koy am inonev with York Loan and Holler proceeding to the kitchen wunte* t. . �" .  to tight the cook. Cookie no Men ring companies. , , fc ,. . 1 tiglitee so the man collars! soun '- money labout ?">.IM�i which was bandy and tied. Outside he fel into the hands of Constable- Mi Corkiudale ami Scgt. Quinn am was arrested. On the way to tin police station he made a dash niu got away, and although a shot or two were lired "across his Itows' he failed to stop. He ran down main street and doubling a conic dashed into a tent where Pan Borradaile was asleep. He jump** into bed and covering Paul's mouth warned the lad to he quiet. Pan" � -.1 . , had no alternative, but by and by in faith u, Lethbndgeand am g..i,,g ,h(. intruder got warm and went to "bye bye." so Paul suddenly mnd a jump and was out in a Hash aft* the police. Constable Wilcox was handy and in a jill'y was in the tent and hud the handcuffs on Mr. Man is now behind the bars awaiting ixmalties. ing at $150 an n,re, of a few years. C. .1. Kckstorm 1 onee travelled on the illfated Valencia from Scat-tic to Nome. She was a most sub. stnutinl vessel. I). !. Whitney i h,i\e great Canada and the I'luted >o invest more money in lots hen were concerned, in which W.H. Fain-hild I believe l, iigni'e mi you:- CASTING AMD MACHINE WOkK No mailer Imw largi' nr SELLING AGENTS FOH C.'iii.-iilii Fimndry Co steam pump: iHinu'y Foundry Co., 'team iimi hot water hcntiii(f Oatunlinn A.sties'os Co . Asbestos uein."nt V.'iml Knqioe an.1 Pump Co wuui mills etc . wood rinl>- Mr. Brown was red hot alreailv." u,nl-v *�w ,lt �� ^ ,, ,1... i  *� than anv otherihtsoii now resilient 1 he deliberate conclus.on of Mr (>f t,)o wm a Riehanl was that to these three uf t}h. X,rthwest M�>unted 1'i.lif.-men for goal or for evil must l�e e.\{it' he traversed the l'nss m the time, at any rate, without their yuu- lNJSS Mp ranii(.s ^ ^ concurrence and jo-oixjration con- stationed at bui ------ -  C. K. DANIEL Manager. OHices Southard Block tin destiny prior to and after lsi�7 the y**ar of confeileratioij. EDITORIAL MOTES Vou don't neetl a telescope to see Lethbridge growing. C. 1'. R." said lusiKH'tor Cnmies in relating the glory of that campaign and up the Columbia river. The troop traveled the puck trail while our supplies were sent up on the steamer Duchess, which was operated by Captain Armstrong. There was not much in the way of excitement in connection with the campaign and it is chiefly interesting - as a historical matter. Like the housewife who serves "At Windermere, where the up abbreviated meals at moving ^mor st.-.pped, we crossed tho ., tt ii  ii i . Kootenay river by swimming our time, the Herald is compelled to horst,g >T,U, wa((.r WMg ,. Hm, condense the news this week, but it WHs rather ticklish work hut we wo promise we will never do it got across without niishup We again. established the fort which took the _ name of the the olficer in command, ^ .. i i , . t Fort Steele, in August of that Say, if somebody doesn t start yt;ur Al|QUl ,lu. mogt ilul)ortimt mighty soon to build some houses incident 1 recall was (he wrecking in this growing town, a few of us of the steamer which carried our will have to live in'dug-outs." stores, with the result that they _____ were all lost mid wo had to live on the country until more supplies A town without any vacant, could bo got in. houses has the air of prosperity oil! "Did we get the murderersV Oh right. yos we got them tho second day ,_ wo got to Fort Steele, but there n , ... , ,was considerable disorder in tho Calgary was real jealous of the | country anj it was decided to build boost Lethbridge climate got from! the fort and establish order, and the baseball match, and it huBtled! for that purpose wo remained there and arranged a game also, to con- a , , . 0i , . ,, , ,, vtaco tte ^le that i. wM not in i ^tf^ATjuX polar regions. , Watch Grow Nov.-. if yim want u> keep yoiir.eyes on the progress uf Alberta's n*-w cily, you must have goinl optics. 1 f your eyes are�*ftt of oiiler call on Armstrong ami he will lis you up. "Notjhjnj^lmtjjmjiest' Onr Motto. W. J. Armstrong JEWELER ENGRAVER OPTICIAN. FEBRUARY The February born will fin.l Sincerity and peace of mmJ Freedom from p?**ion and from t.irf If they the atncihy�t * 1 w�".ir Have You Seen - ()ur Lady's $13 Watch The case is gold tilled, guaranteed for n . :�r-.. and contains a g*>ixl reliable movement. A gixn! variety of cases to pick from. Vou run no risk as our broad guarantee protects you Satisfaction t i iinmuti-fd Wm. C. Liphardt Succcnot lo A. Zilliax Jeweler - Optician Hatton Merchant Tailors ^ If you want the Latest Thing in a New SUIT  OR  OVERCOAT Call on Them. N'O'I'K'F. is hereby given that an application will lie made lo the Legislative Assembly for the I'rov-ince of Albeita. at the first session thereof, for an act b> incorjmrnte the Taiin and Kdinouton b'ailway ('oni|)anv. with |>ower to construct. i'|'irate and maintain n railway from the international liounilnry line between Canada and the I'niteil staled of America, at a point ' > tv\i ''ii Coiitts and the easterly boundary of the Province of Alberta, in intersect the Crow's NiM Hr.i'n h of the Canadian Pacific Railway Company's lines at or near Tuber, and from thence northerly ton point in or near th*' city of Edmonton, with power to construct, maintain and operate other or branch lines from the railway al>ove described, westerly to a point in or near the city of Calgary, and from the said railway westerly to the town of Lethbridge. mil from the paid railway easterly to the town of Medicine Mat, and from the suit! railway easterly or north-easterly to the boundary line between the province of Al-lierta and the province of Saskat-hewuii, and with power to construct other brunch lines, not to exceed in length in any one instance forty miles, together with tin- power of connecting with other Hail-ways at any of the said points and of maiutai niiig and dis|>osing of the said Railway and works and with jxiwer to const ruet, own and operate telegraph and telephone lines, roadways, tramways and roods, anil with such other ixovers as are usually given to llailwaycompanies. L. .M. .Johnstone Lethbridge, Alberta, Solicitor for Applicants. Central Boot & Shoe Store W. T. HKNSON. I'ltOI*. Lethbridge, Alta. Land Titles Act 1894 Proof having been made to my satisfaction of the accidental loss or destruction of Duplicate Certificate of Title I. 21o ismied for Lot 1. Block 1(5 Lethbridge -'i'lW l>" to Allen Francis McMillan and dated 2o th day of November 1MH) T give notice that 1 intend after the publication of this notice in the Lethbridge Herald for four consecutive weeks to issue to the said Allan Francis McMillan a new Duplicate in lieu of the one so lost Dated at tho Land Titles Office. Calgary thiB Twenty-fifth day of January, 1906. W. Roland Winter Registrar for South Alberta Land Registra-4ilH tiou District. NOTIE. Notice is hereby given thai an application will be made lo the Legislate c Assembly of the 1 'ro\ ince I of Alberta, at its first session, for1 an act to iucor|>orutc a Railway Col1l|Klll\ under the name of 'I he Ulierta Southern Railway Coiii-j liaiiy. with power to const nut. oper-a: ..'d maiutaiu a railway from a, point in the town of Lethbridge iuj the said Province of Alberta, in u| westerly direction to the Boundary, line between the said Province and i the Province of British Columbia � and from the said town of Leth bridge in a northerly direction to a point in the cily of Calgary, in the; suid Provincefond from a point in the town of Moeleod. in the said province, i a a north easterly direction to intersect the said' line from Lethbridge to Ca!-j gary; and from said point of inter-j section in an easterly direction toi the town of Medicine Hat in thint on the projMised lines not ex-, (ceding in any one case thirty; miles in length, with power to con-i struct, own and operate telegraph I and telephone I bies. roadways.! tramways and roads; md with jkiwciI to connect with any other railroadsi at any of the said points in the said 1 Province of Alberta; together with such powers of maintaining ami siug of the said railroad and works, and such other powers and privileges as are usually given to railway coinjmnies. Ij. m. Johnstone Solicitor for the Applicants. WtSTERN WA.O01M, & TRANSFER CO. Ltd. Railroad Transferring. I laying and (Seiieral Delivering. Coal Delivered Promptly. ' HAY. OATS. SAND AND STONK FOR SALK ah:nts for McCormick & C.ochslititt Machinery Webber ^ and Adams Wagons '.' Canada Carriage Co.'s Buggies, Htc. J. F. RODGER3 Pbone 63 Mnnayrr Synopsis Of Canadian North-West. A' HOMESTEAD REGULATIONS. ny tM'ii iiiitnlicr*- n rtio:i *)f tnimtnL>.. I.anil* In M?nl . .1 S^Hk ticttc-waii arrl Alliei ta,, rxMh*; t jii1 hoi te�t.*i v� il. Hi.- y be horn htr.i ltd t�> any person who in \lv t�o pl Crf ion I" tin' Mlul^trr uf (fir {ntrri v initwa 'h�- r.inimiMHicnfr o' |in'nU:rati; n, \\ iuntpt'i;. or th** i**CiJ a^*�'(H /*.ccl�c* aiiiborlt.v fot si.tue ,i i- i j 111 ikrun > f*ii til :�. Tht* itrril�'NN .Kiel M 11 'JljJjffi !i> pel fur'H *.hi' ti ami n r I i ji'\- ij|nf anytliin^ l)int a horseman mcds. Blankets, Robes, Whips Saddles, Spurs, Bits, etc. >AJUJ-UJUO-lJU-l-iJ^-'^^^U^-i-.--1.--i- EVERYTHING YOU WANT AND EVERYTHING RIUHT NOTICE Notice is hereby niven that ai>-plication will he mude at the llrsl seKsioii of the Legiblativ*- Assemhly of the province of Alberta, for an Ordinance incorjjoratiiin "The Em-pi ru Club" for tho purpose! of es-tablishing a Club in the Town of Lethbridge for social purposes with the usual powers inculenUd thereto. DATED this Kith day of Junua-ry, l!�Uli. CONYliEAKE & IVES, Solicitors for Applicants. Horner & Hutchison Drs. DeVeber & Campbell Physicians und Surgeons. Otricea Ott block. Phoiia 148. NOTICE Notice is hereby given that tho town of Lethbridge will, at the tirst Sussion of tho Legislative Assembly, for tho Province of Alborta apply for an Ordinance incorporating it as a city, with all powers necessary and incidental thereto; and lo ratify ami confirm certain Dcljeutures issued in pursuance of By-law No. 17U of the said town, and ,ilso to ratify and confirm Bylaw No. 2(>i5 of tin; said town, and a certain agreement entered into thereunder with cortain Kailwuy Companies. Dated this 5th day of January, A. D. P.IUli, Conybeare & Ives. Solicitors for the town of Lethbridge. If your're on the W. W. and someone says, "Have something," always demand a "Lethbridge Belle." It's u good smoke, and it's nome manufacture. t'tf KOOTENAY MARBLE WORKS Sliacklcton Simpson & J Manufacturers of .Marble and Granite MONUMENTS! Wholesale and Kctai NELSON,B.Cj H.r.MOORE,Local Aj Barnes &l & REAL ESTATE and (JENEKvVL AGE? Olllce-Second Floor Southard Blc Pest Office Box 3 Telephone No. 122 ;