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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 12, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta I x. Bow Island Latest Townsite On the Market Bow Island is situated on the Crow's Nest line of the C.P.R., 37 miles from Taber and 45 from Medicine Hat, in the centre of a rich farming and ranching district. Coal and Gas There are already two coal mines. Gas boring outfits owned by the C.P.R. and the Southern Alberta Land Co. are now in operation. Irrigated Lands Bow Island will, be the headquarters of Southern Alberta Land Company's Irrigation System now being constructed. Get In Early Twenty-nine lots sold in 3 days, locations are being snapped up. Choice LOTS SELL FROM TO ON EASY TERMS J. Olquist Bow Island, Alto. A DicfcettWU Urd SNtkri Alberta And an Important Part In Its Early History E. >f. Barker, of CarUston, in the Edmonton Saturday News: It is said that many of our race just grow up accepting their situa- tion in life as they find it, adjusting themselves to their surroundings and following political and religious beliefs that they imbibe from their parents, so drift on to old agcrexact counterparts of those gone before. good opinion of to hold hcrx- sway over .the situation with reign unquestioned by any con- temporary small fry. This being was Jack Duchess, a small cut, the roothor of our early and most necessary felines. In recording early .days in Southern Alberta it would be the play of Uamlet with Hamlet left out, to overlook the" Duchess. She wan small and pretty with light, rather cold blue eyes, her col- or the fanciers call the blue tortoise shell. She carried herself well with a serene, contemplative and positive demeanor, that appeared to the cas- ual observer as natural and that would not easily be disturbed. Stran- gers she calmly surveyed wiih her cool critical eye, not a muscle mov- ing, which reminded one of the most-' finished stage of the accomplished society dowager the younger impecunious son has been sitting in. Those who break away from old ties a cogy. corner wilh the most charm- and and make their way in a new coun- jng und marriagable daughter try, find themselves as it were cast'takes Mary back to lUHnuna. The- into an ice bath early in the morn- I offender feel the coo into an ice cold bath early in the morning and the sudden shock up- sets the even curreat of their way. The blood flows freely after a time and like children with wondering, innocent eyes they gaze round, for a time, then commence to unravel prob problems. And as though upset suddenly from a boat in a big lake, with the boat' gone down, gaze around and look for the nearest point to get ashore The shaking up new people both in new countries 111 MUST LIVE AT LETHBRIDGE put into effect, the schedule has "been Medicine Hat, Feb. The News A rumor to the that the Crow's trains would hereafter jdae as a terminus instead of Medi- cine Hat.'has''been freely discussed on, the streets during the week. Oil being interviewed on the subject ?apt. .Lawrence; stated that rather change- of this nature being1 at different times by both re-arranged in such a manner that the Board of Trade and the Council Instead of passengers from the -East] to secure this advantage for the city. changing cars for the Crow's 2fest The circumstance which gave .ise cool eye staring at the tips of his polished shoes, and, travelling slowly but surely up the crease of his trousers, hits him full in the face with its icy disapproval, bearing a forcible hint to not inter- fere or intrude upon more felicious matrimonial possibilities. He_realiz es as the icy blast strikes him that if "you want honey you must have money, and its money, money, money, everywhere." So this particular i alary is not for him. HEK PLACE IX SOCIETY possibly our younger scion of a leads them to notice things that pass unnoticed-in more familiar lat- itudes. Possibly the reader will wonder whither we are now directing our gaze, but, to cut it short, we shall say it is to consider the harmless necessary cat in relation to the pro- gress of the world, and particularly in the development of Alberta a cat has been quite a factor. IN JEARLY DAYS Most old-timers and even those res- ident here today, are aware that the prairie teams with mice and ground squirrels. In early days hawks and owls were more prolific and so kept these pests more in check, but the untutored gunner, who knows little and cares less about distinguishing between the harrier or the falcon, the goshawk and the osprey, the harmless or the harmful owl, kills everything that'flutters as a bird of prey and that he thinks is a menace to his So mice and rats and vermin prosper. After our mice and rats are edu- cated to traps "or poison we nothing to fall back upon, but the much-abused and oft ill-treated cat. to whom we owe so much and to whom we, as a rule, show so little gratitude. It is doubtful if our fam- iliar cat has long been domesticated, not as long as ixost domestic ani- bv dtay, the Mallard duck, In probably present in more north, and east and went than any other member of his genius. It is only ihe cat that can deal prop- erly with an oversupply. ot rodents; therefoVe we must kindly be excused for introducing a member of the cat tribe as one of our earliest important pioneers. It will be t oticed that it is usual- ly men :who are irost fond -of cats reason of this is, probably, as an American once remarked, ''Be- cause they are so femiuine.'" K. N. B. LIVES LOST __ Montreal, Feb. despatch from Port Hood, N. S., says as the result of an explosion 'on one of the south levels of the Jfc coal mine this morning ten If. men were imprisoned and "be-" lieved kiled by fire damp. Seven if, f bodies have been taken out and an attempt has been made to lo- cate' the others. Fire had not broken out up till noon. The cause of the accident is unknown bat it is understood to be powder or some other ex- if. plosive, as the, mine was ex- amined half an hour before the accident and there was no sipn of gas. The mine is supostd to be the safest in tbe_ Province. if. Ten men were shut off and their bodies have been -recovered, the mine being in the same condi- MANITOBA WAflH SHARE OF MONEY Northern Part of Hat ftt- viice Suffered From Frost great stock drifts off to the warmer, tion as before the explosion. All and more senial inhabitants of miners _ volunteered for rescue hernia, or, a sojwuru oi'a years in the open anxl boundless prai- rie pauses and wonders whether the constant struggle .to climb up to the top of the mountain and sit among the glaciers with the select few this' world's chosen, of in life, is V r l. t i j Nest Pass Division passenger Pass- at Duzm.oro Junction, as form- to the rumor was apparently the mals. but was brought into use have ColorJerly, they will herwafter be brought abolition of Durunore Junction as a into Medicine Hal and transferred at passenger station. The transfer of this point. This change went into telegraph instruments, etc., to Col- ellect on Tuesday and the .concession of the C.P.U. is one that 'will greatly appreciated by the citizens ol Medicine' as many efforts hare eridge .has just been completed. Be- ginning cm -Monday next, the engine's on the service east, of Lethbridgc .will _ th.. the Egyptians -Lgypt was the granary of the then known world. worth the trouble. At any rate ma- ny a poor pioneer has known, the ex- tremes of life and can calmly survey its different phases and comlitions and choose which suits him best. The Duchess was perfectly sure of his position and was satisfied with her life and had no further aspirations that we kiwjw of. The Duchess, her name implies, was a keen student) of life as it is, being a dependent of a family that ,was sacred in. the land of IPharohs, and wnosv ancestors were buried with ix-gal honors she maintained a place in early Alberta society that was not only disting- uishable but essential. Luckily the Duchess was born be- fore the days when her mummy ances tors, dug up by the ton in Egypt and w rapped in yards upon yards of cost- ly materials, were imported by van. dais to Xew York to be sold as gu- ano, or her pride and self sufficiency, if it was possible, might have been hurt. THE TRtE VALUE OF THE CAT. Did the Egyptians more nearly es- timate the true value of the cat than the Anglo-Saxon, or did he allow the animals a soul with a future promise Wort will be resumed ifr as usual tomorrow. J> The rescue work -was in charge JL of mine manager MeLelland. Four of the dead are Bulgarians 4t and the other are: J.- Camp- bell, R. McDonald, M. Beaton, L. Gilis, W. McKenstie and A. Mr. STIRLING EVENTS John Larson Was Considerable Sickness rvf the if thov the latest 01 tue Surely Canada, known will have to con- j sidcr the part cats may be destin-. ed to play in Our history, Jn early existed. WEEKLY FREE PRESS And Prairie Farmer Winnioea FAMILY HERALD and WEEKLY STAR Montreal lay off at Coleridge, which will mean days the mice swarmed into ourj that three or four crews have! shacks in winter so that in order to.) lay dormant for centuries to be resusci tated iu ur day. Our Duchessx was the mistress, of j the Cotter and. Derenzic ranch, I o. loading society dame with an os- to' make their headquarters at Loth- insteiid. of at this 'point. The? change, Supt. Lawrence says, will be any. food for human con- cat or two.were a neces--, sity. a pdrt of ou tcnsibly calm exterior but with A devlish temper when- roused, boss of .-life that made a11 the and Possessing an lonely place on the J an unconquerable will as was fitting pruirie a posMbility. Without the in the precursor ot a race that was ,vc should have been I thc Ol arranged, -as-to-.effect single men residence on a rather than men with families. The removal of these crews is to be re- domestic cat v gretted, of course, but Hie i driven out of house and home. The vantage is more than oft-set by the j pioneers may hav obtained justice arrangements'whereby all passengers j but it hsus not been rneted out yet to from" the main points our'four-footed friend, the cat. that Crow Division make a stop-over in I has the largest, vocabulary and ihe; (Special to The Stirling, Feb. the 3rd inst while or. his -tray- home from bridge Mr. John became vcry ill. He had purchased some biscuits to eat on the way home and while eating .these he was suddenly seized with cramps in the stomach and very severe pains in the kidneys. Though he had a'load on his wagon he whipped his horses into a run in an endeavor to reach -home as quickly as possible but one horse soon gave out. "Unhitching the other horse he mounted him and rode towards home with all possible speed. Mr. Larson was compelled to dismount several times because of the severity of the pain, which he described as unbearable. When the gentiemnii arrived at his a part of the world's dorr-ain. or a new province. Coaxing pays better with felines -than driving. The must have known that her ancestors had- been the emblems home Dr. Rivers happened to be in- to wn, as he has been nzticli of thc time of late, and was immediately called to the Larson home.' He, was at a loss to account for thc condi- tion of the patisnt until the latter explained that last spring he had carried Spanish Jic used to -use to blister a lame horse In the same pocket that the biscuits had been placed in. This threw some light on the matter and the Dr. con- he cause of thc gentle- man's ailment was Spanish fly poi- soning. Such relief as could be giv- en- the sick- man was-administered. He is now improving rapidly. Mrs. L. H...ttaker is improving- slow 'Ottawa, Feb. the-House' of. Commons Hon. Mr. 'Fieldisig ex- _, plained the provisions of, grain vote as outlined previously." A discussion followed." Mr. agreed with Mr. Staples that toba merited the same' -treatment, ak other provinces if conditions" were the same as referred to. "JSSut better inform the miuibter of the in1. terior. He could say the Manitoba government had lor., Mr. Burrows and Dr. Koch'e agreed as to the seed shortage in Northern Manitoba. The former understood the-" province would empower immicipali- ties to deal with the cases bat he'' thought the-Dominion should- "take- action. Dr. Roche had heard ap- peal either from the bates that 'it was necesary to import seed. He feared some municipalities might not take advantaged the itoba Legislation. He thought- the Government should aid particularly the homesteaders. Mr. Lake, of "Hon. Mr. Oliver said "thai in, the-- debate only one Manitoba member thought aid was X Saskatchewan and Alberta -made demand. The gfovernment .was- met- t ing on the assumption that jjivingr aid should be avoided if "possible. Manitoba had made no demand i Premier Eoblin had misaioner of Immigration the province could take' crje of it- self. In reply to a request for corespondence. Mr. Oliver, said-4te had no objection. Gpvernnwnt willing to include Manitoba it, thought necessary." All that would be needed slight change in regulations and s plementary vote to include who_ their lands. It -was cessary, however., to secure operation of the Manitoba govern- ment. David Henderson asked Mr. Fielding -was -willing to allow House to amend tKe regulatioES.-iilr- Pielding replied that the Houae-coxiM not change the order in council tut he 'did not anticipate -any--trouble. O Mr. Staples then asked for further consideration, and to Mr. objection that a delay might cause a heavy loss, Staples asked -why'this, was not brought up before, mas? Mr. Fielding replied it was a serious step and the Govern- ment wished to avoid it if-jjossible. Mr. Foster paved the way the Hat. conversational ol of our most familiar; ENGLISH PAPER SUSPENDS Weekly Free PreSS ana prairie Farmer, Winnipeg Family HeraW and Weekly Star, Montreal Lethb ridge Herald Sunny AlberU's Best" THESE THREE REGULAR PRICE AN OFFER' WHICH WANTS OF '.CLASSES' THE SPECIAL OF HEADERS. The Western Canadian reading public is" made up chiefly of these class- es: Persons who have .lived, in the west for any lengthy period and Westerners, and recent arrivals from the GUI Country, froui the I'witfid S'tates Eastern Canada. Pcrlmpts no one newspaper couM caie.- with complete satisfacfcJon to all thivse classes but by this, combination offer every special need is met. The Weekly l-'rec Press nIK! Prairie .Farmer gives a'corapleu record by w-ek of all happenings in the. .Western Provinces. Jn addition it has iVn- American, o.ncl British settlers. The Fam-, aiidWeeivly Slur s'upplicsthc former rc-sident of Eastern Cana da news of the Eastern portion of the Dornimon in form eannot do without.' LKTHRRTOnK TIKUALD: Find enclosed for which seiul mo Frfte Press and Prairie Fn.rmer. Fnmily llcmld ruxl Weekly Star, .MoivtmU; and bridg-e Herald. for one year each. Tribune, a Liberal Organ, Did Not Receive 'Support (Western Associated Press.) I greatest range j powers of any and domesticated species. Had we I cultivated a, hirgt-r knowledge of the cut language wo should have better( uriflprstood ihcir joys and sorrows, griefs and pains, their ,days of woe and their days of bliss, and not so tuany' c.tts would have been cruelly, passage of the bill by remarking that as the Government admitted "blame, the Opposition could afford them SL little grace on the understauflln? that regulations -would come np o for further discussion. Mr. Oliver's re- mark that the regulations were the joiut Wufk Of the BOTQIliioil Provinces and therefore it was diffi- cult to change, renewed "t'ic dead-y lock for a time. Mr. Henderson asked if the Govern- men was willing to consider the _ tion of time within which loans to be repaid by settlers.. replied Air. "That was a propei; point for discus- sion." and he added that tlv 'Gov- that she belonged to a. proud, free and imperious race that never submits to coersion though it has to .suiYer death to at- tain ils will. Our cat's cousin call-, ed thc "King- of and prob- ably our ancestors made lively limej shinning up trees to get out of -his d from the" land of the !y as are most of those afflicted with j ernment was always ready measles. j Pr suggestions from the Opp'icition. The babe of -Mr. ami Mrs. F. That settled the matter and Iho- mon- Steed is very bronchitis. j ey wap forthwith. On the 5th inst. Mrs. W.. T. Ogdon j ________________ ITreatCifi i i ca3.; i fivim tnc I-.ITTI Of tile T, turned out ut nicrht to freeze their I anhu rm' UO1" can't guarantee Unit 'the- new comer Jondon, reb. Tribune, the Lurmu sphinxes herself inscrutable as to 1-1 f j ffft 'inri (virs or to sutler tne tor- ;t, immune. iber.1 newspaper, which w found- 'personality ,he became the guanliun Mi.t. j w his illus- i two years ago, announced yoster- Wlt- ftncl custodiaji of the food supply, I wuh .-....._ ._.i...........u brought into thc house m thc daj-i I trnted lecture. An Evening "VVitU Liberal ed day that issue today would be the. brought into gave birth to. a line ten pound boy. Oi course the family rejoice but the little .chap came tit' rather nn tinop-j portnne time-as his brothers'arid sis-j cers have measles ami the doctor CURLERS FROM FAR (Western Associated Press.) Vancouver, Feb. crack :team of Dawson curlers pasiseil -through; the city today for the i i iegr. bo'n- sp'cl. the necessa.rv sentrv over the nour-i last owing to thc lack sufficient time when shelter was_ not run, .ijiam at nigut to hisi capital to carry it on. Tt has been j ro one of the largest, best printed and suffer till mornuiR There are few best conducted of London dailies but things so brutal as some phases m never seemed to have gained popu- j civilization. The- old-timer usually appreciated his cat and it slept by fire box and Ik him for work so i, he couid perform tho office of open-j ing up this vast region for the ben- i efit of those in distant pails and ,-vesop" in lunise last i evening to a small but appreciative j BUSINESS IN THE WEST IM- PROVING auuieiico. INDIANS TO VOTE lariiy. KATE WAR OVER t i 11 those who were to live here later, stove at night and was well led i -.t ,c ,...t The Duchess WK.S tho mother or grand; j recognizing possibly that it is just _............ as painful Lo an animal to suffer as i it is to a human animal. (Westtrn Press.) i In places from which many of xis Montreal, Feb. 7.-A cable to loc.il "haSI, clover is an aii important agents from says that At- lantic rate war is over. Rates go on the nineteenth to the old summer mother of our sentiHcls. thc most im-j portnnt jnemher of our colony, a'l-j to the in which they had dropped Not All But Some Them in Ontario More Recounts crop. In order that, clover should be pro- perly cultivated a sufficient supply with spirit of freedom figures and special winter rates are i of bumble'boos is a necessity, eliminated. After March :Hst. there of on all destroy the bumblo bees' nests and eats destroy tho mice, where there is and with sand enough >o tackle juiy daa'ger in seif defence or 'n iluf-'nco the progeny that might iiris-s. of the Duchess breed might bo at- (Westtrn Associated Press.) Toronto, Feb. a I Foy. introducerl the Klcctiohs Act in the legislature and it was read a first time. Thc chief object is to make provincial act correspond with the -Dominion. tackod oven by man or woman, Kamc machinery for Dominion doc- Winnipeg, Man., Feb. b-uik clearings for the week ending Feb. 6. i .show that Western sis in- dicated by the returns of 'Winnipeg dealing .'house, ia rapidly improving there being a gain of nearly two I million over the returns of same week a year ago, while., socii fiyaii- cial centres as Toronto and Montreal show a big falling off. The..returns, the most important financial centres in. the Dominion, including Calsrury and Edmonton, and the cumulative iv- t.hat bank clearings f >r Can- would not surrender and would tions is provided elections including 'larger A JN THK SOUTH .Prior to the year 1887 when the treatment Urippo is tne coiiiury. it with Proven tics, it pvlf: deeply sealed. To clwck early colds with these little Candy Cold Curo Taiblotis ;s surely wiisible and safe. Proven tics, contain no quinine, unistcey u.-.u no laxative, nothing harsh or sicken Commons ing. Pnoinnonia wonIr! never appear! Creek, 'Alacleod and on up to if "early wore broken, j gary, it, has Invn supposed that we Also good for feverish children. had no iu-istocra'cy. But this is ian rat and rats is seldom properly ol- majority. I anil Kiin-l thftv deserve better; thfv usually West and' is the most accurate QRAIN MARKET and it. be taken that- about Pincher book on the subject; M'ivai't on the Cat. the brown nil, or Hanovar- will arrive, driving all bo- Ht.. George i strong, but Xo. 3 Cash dropped j 'Montreal, four cents to 51. Higher grade was J last. year. M-eticallv -from yesterday i Toronto, this week, ol boxes, crs. -18 tablets. 2f> c.-nls. Vest pock- T} cents. S'oKl by all dc-al- whoro this liistorian Kus his uses for j fore him as ho has done in his percg- wo had a ton! live'Duchess: on the Irinntions round or over the world. St. Mary's Kiver stiprome in her do H arrives in'.his own good time 111 3-8, July 113 1-8 pr i.i.st while May rej.'ctod went np two! year. cents to 43 1-2. Local wheat, Febru- ary ope.n 10T> close 107 1-4. May 111 ain, and with sufficiently and mar-'in nil civilized places and comes to'1-- V this yoar, last, "Calgary, ;