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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 7, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta >;THBRI':6E R. SIMPSON X. BUCHAXAX Old So] rise's, shines and sets in Miis land more gorgeously tliiin nny other sjiot on the gloln-. �.uBSCRrpTtON; Advance $1.50 a .r^t- uarwise . �2.00 a year ADVERTISING: V�i Month - SLOO Per Inch by Wiiy of tlie Crow's Nest Pass. There was a (mil tlironuli tl>i> Pass hilt it htul iioviT iieen used very much, at least: not. for soini' yivirs ami it was n(H't>ssarv to sPud ciit-Cii>\vs ahead lo cut it out. 1'hcre uodiiu'.^- out of the way id" iii-eidriil oil Ihi^ I rip. It was intire The falgury Herald jjut out a than anythiuLj else ol the nature of dandy spjcial edition last weeli. an exyjloration iri]) that was rather and no mistake. The articles.with I''--;i*"it than otherwise, the illustrations, will do nnich for Kow is your eoal bill this year? A little lower than usual, isn't it? The Ute Sir Alex. T. Gait One eircnnistaiiee of historical iniporlanee in i-onnection with the -Calgarj' and Alberta. This prov (rip ihrough the Pass was f!ie faet ince cannot get too many write-ups; that Inspector Wood married while we must never cease oidighteiiing in British Columbia and he brought the people of the east about our L'A^^'f''P'A ^^'^l ' 1 . ... was the first white woman great resources and opportunities., j^,^^.^,,^^^ j,,^^, p^,^^^ She that AN AWFIL DEATH Fairview. B. C. Man Dragged All Ni^ht at a Saddle Stirrup. HERALD HAMMERLETS. A Kevelstoke paiR-r Sir Alexander T. Gait, a man indelibly identified with the etjrly history of Lethbridge, was an im- jSltniicine Hat is going to apply poirtant factor in the consumma- for a city charter. It will take tion of the confederation of Cann- u^ore than that to enable it to keep da. Sir Alexander was a great step with Lethbridge. statesman. The full extent of his ,, Bervices to Canada are only grailu-ally coming to light, though he was most active in the life of this Dominion at its birth. The part ^j^.^^ ^^^^^ ^1^^ ^^^^^ ^^,^,^^1.^,. he tojk in bringing about fon- ..,^camc piiblic attention within ^1"-' athletic sport. It requires heaps fastened in the stirrup. The horse last few weeks by Sir Richard Cart- endurance and pluck, and ftir- ft^'f^'''^ ''""^e dragging the un- Wright who virtually makes it clear . J - exercis.- for the fortunate rnan over a rough coun- t.a. i. was duo lo the We M,. G,, t^. if noT^^,;:.' S,l ^^^^^^^S^^'IT":!' t that the foremost iJohtical leaders - mountains and wandered around all of that time, Sir .fohn A. Mac- One thing, people playing poker night, dragging the victim, A pa- donald, Sir C-feorge Cartier and in Sunny Alberta neetl never be iwose, while going to church, saw Geo. Brown, united on the coufetl- troubled with "cold feet," The recortls a man near Mr. Aloxienne, a middle aged man, Come while mounting his horse got his The Winnipeg Telegram thinks i l!?':'-!^^ death met by a y^l, ^ , _______Fan-view, B. C, as follows; 20 Ol o iscount On All Ladies' Waists iVIen's Caps Men's Underwear Men's Felt Boots Men's Felt Slippers Ladies' Skirts Men's Mitts �enition policy that brought all the frigid atmosphere of Winnipeg is British ixssessions in North conducive to this ailment, America, except Newfoundland, - into one great Dominion. Sir Calgary may be able to play Richard Cartwright, who is one of ping pong, but as for basel-all it three of the fathers of coiifedera- hasn't cut its eye teeth yet. tion still living, iu a recent address - used "the proverb, "You must sup- Say, were in our new quarters, pi/the mottar, if you are going to but we would rather lead the opposition in Alberta than move again. 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-ognisirble. His clothes were torn from his body. One half of his head was ground off from being draggwl over the rocks. make'a'good wall"' in referring to Mr. Gait's services to confederation arid then said: "As it happened, there was at that time one man in parliament who was eminently qnalifietl 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 that point with some authority, A Lively Burglar. - Medicine Hat Times, Toronto the C^ootV- good at Early this morning a man enter-fleecing people out of hard earned ed the restaurant of Quon Koy and money with York Loan and Roller Bearing companies. CAUGHT ON THE FLY.  I be-be sell-(^ourse jUed proceeding to the titchen wanted to fight the cook. Cookie no tightee so the man collared some money (about Jo.OU) which was handy and tied. Outside he fell into the hands of Constable Mc-Corkindale and Segt. Quinn and was arrested. On the way to the lK)lice station he made a dash and got away, and although a shot or two were fired "across his bows" he failed to stop. He ran down main street and doubling a comer dashed into a tent where Paul A farmer on the 'difeli lieve irrigation farms will ing at 1150 an acre, in the .becatiseFhad the honor of being � years, one of those who employed Sir C, J. Eckstorm I once trave Alexander Gait to conduct the on the illfated Valencia from Seat- ^ ..... "Halifax negotiations with regard tie to Nome. She was a most sub- Bo7radaiVe was asle7p. "h^ j^^^^ to the fishery awanl-^the one "^t^^^*'"^ ^'f'ssel. into bed {ind covering Paul's mouth negotiation which has ever taken D. J. Whitney -I have jrreat ^^^'''rned the lad to be quiet. Paul phce within my recollection, in , faith in Lethbridge and am ^in, ^ ^^i^^:;:^ ^ which Canada and the United i to invest more money m lots here, "bye bye," so Paul suddenly made State's were concerned, in which [ W.H. Fairehild I believe Letb- a jump and was out iu a flash after CaWaaa got decidedly the best of bridge is going to be an even larg-' police Constable Wilcox was itl-and the one negotiation in j er centre thanpeople imagine. ttf ^Xlirih^'^^anTuffs on' which the whole conduct of the I Rev. J. E., Hughson If I hud Mr. Man is now behind the bars matter from first to last was leftjioooo, I would invest it right here awaiting i>enalties. aibSoliitely in the hands of Can-1 i,i Lethbridge. _ adiari lawyers and Canadian states-i ,_ men, no man else interfering. Sir . c, ., Smoke the 'Lethbridge Belle," Alexander Gait was fascinated by ^ patronize home industry. Itf the project of confederation. He pYom the Frank Paper. . P� ^''^ bloweth his own trumpet threwhims^lfintoit with all his Insi^ctor Camiesnow atthe head ^t'stlt"^;^ iket energy and he succeeded in mak- of the detachinent of the Alounted place carrieth home his wares. Ad ingaconvertof Sir George Cartier. Pobce in. The Pass district, prob- ypftise in the Herald Mr. Brown was red hot alreadya^ly Tlie Pass at an earlier day _ , . , c,. than any other person now resident ^- - The deliberate conclusion of Sir �j^,. ^^.^^ ^ ^^^^^^^^ Richard was that to these three of the Northwest Mounted Police LETHBRIDGE CO-OPERATIVE ASSOCIATION Ceibbridge iron Olorks Co., Ld. Manufacturers of GREY IRON AND BRASS CASTINGS MACHINE SHOP WORK PROMIT-LY 6' COKRECTLY EXECUTED MINE AND SAWMILL A SPECIALTY ^ WORK J0 We want n r'hanee to ligiire on your CASTING AND MACHINE WORK No matter how large or how Buiall SELLING AGENTS FOR Canada Found.'-y Co.. steam pump:_ Gurney Foundry Co,, steam and hot water heating. Canadian AsbesfQs Co., .A.sbestos ceiiiCnt Ontario "VViiid Engine and Pump Co windmills, etc , vv-Qod and steel water tanks all capacities.  We are in the Real Estate Business and can get you a buyer for your towni lots or your lands. We have some bargains for you in irrigated lands or in winter wheat lands, well located and at money-making prices. Do not fail to see us befoj e buying or listing. men for good or for evil must be exijedition that was sent to British ^ J ERT .A attributed the initiation of the pro-, Columbia in 1SH7 to establish a fort o _ _ _ _ -- j^t of confederation; that at that!''^ Fort Steele and with that com- \ REALTY CO. ^. , ^ ^ -Lx. ^ L\  ! pany he traversed the Pass in tlie tinrfe, at any rate, without their ^ea/iss8. Mr. Camies was then cbrittiri-ence and -jo-operation con- stationed at Lethbridge. With a federation would have been entire- detachment of 7.5 men he was sent ly impossible ^ the main line of tlie C. P. R. to The public'careers of Macclon- f P�\y any person who la llir> BO 0 head of a family, oi- any m:ile over 18 years ofaRC. to the c.xt?nt of ore quartet-sccllon of IGO acrcB. more or le.s.j, Kntry may lie made pernonaily at the local land office for the district In which the land l.t sltnatc.or if thehonieateadei dCfclrcH, he may (m ; ppllcailon to the MlnlMter of ttie Intcrl'.a". Ottawa, ihc CommlH.sloncr of Immlfjratlcn. WlnnlpeK, or the local aRent receive anthorlty for acinic o:.e to tnaki"' entry for hl/ji. The homeHHader l� rcc|Ulred lo perform '.he crndltlonH con- cctr-d therewith niider one of thef llnwlni.'plan�.: 1. 8X ihonthfi' rosidence upon and cnlHfatl'.'O of the land In each year for tlire.: yeari^. 2. If Ihe la'lier ( ir n other, If the father 1h deceasc'l) of tho home leader r HldeH upon a fiirm In tbe vicl'.ltf of 'he land cmeied for the rofjnlremenSH .tw !� ri'Hidence ma: he Hat'.Rtied by fluch pen-on :ci.ldlns wiih tho father or mother H. If the elller liU4 M t ei n:tinenl r> Hldence npon farmlni; l.-.i rt uwned by him In tho vfcln- ty of hlfi homC!.lc-ad, the re.iilren.ent- ua to re..|ilcnce mav he Hatlalh-d by ri-/-l'enre npon he k3|f! land. Six monliB' notice In writing t^hould be given to the Commlfihioner of Dominion Lande at Ottawa of Irtcmlon to apply for patent. W. W, OORV, Deputy of Ihe Minister of the Interior. paiiy. with power to construct, oper-at.' and niaiutuin 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 Columl)in: and from ;^the said town of Lethbridge in a iiortlierly direction to a point in the city of Calgary, in the said Province;''and from a point in the town of Macleod, in the sai<1 province, i n a north easterly direction to intersect the said line from Lethbridge to Calgary; and from said point of intersection in an easterly direction to the town of Medicine Hat in the said Province; with authority also to construct branches from any \K)int on the projiosed lines not exceeding in any one case thirty mileo in lengrh, with ix)wer to construct, own and operate.' telegrapli and telephone bnes, roadways, tramways and roads;md with jxiwer to connect with any other railroads at any of the said points in thesaid 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. NOTICE Notice is hereby given that application will be made at the tfrst session of the Legislative Assembly of the province of Alberta, for an Ordinance incorixjrating "The Empire Club" for t le purpose of establishing a CluV) in the Town of Lethbridge for social purposes with the usual powers incidenbil thereto. DATED this 13th day of January, 1906. CONYBEARE & IVES, Solicitors for Applicants. Mason & Rise Piano Co. The Mason tt Riseh Piano is conceded Ijy all comptstent judges to be tho highest grade of Pianos made in Canada. If interested, call and let us show you the goo