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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 21, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta ^" J\ ^ ' :-T oon; 3:00 10 5:00 :3() p. m. Re-Id*** 16!>. The ntoinorfal Board of Trade nvisslon relative sent by the Fmnti ]lh� department of agriculture is that to lha railway com- of exploilng foivigu lands for now to tho car short ago crop*. At prceenti this part of the SICIAN AKD SURGEON C. CRA6G over Tflffinbothsm's Drug Store Office 13ft. House 94. ice hours-9 to 11 a.m.. 1.80 p.m., 7 to S p.m. situation appear* to have stirrod up 'service U not an Jargv a* tho depari-ihe nn'mels. Sol only Iu� thoiioutxt : tuent woukl Itko, but It 1* hoped ccn-rccolved letters from tho com-mUsiim 'gross will nmki> provision for an ox- it ^ Liphardt Dt. F. H. Mewburn [>ffloe-Redpath St. cor. 13 unlet t. Hours-Before 9 a.m., 2-3 p.m., 7-8 p. Mi, Sundays-2.30 to 3.8U p. m. Telephone 41. W.S. GALBRAITH, M.D.C.M. (McGill) 1'UYStCMN, SUROBON AOOOUCOER and othf*r government officials giving j tension at this sossioti. During tho boon tho cultivated flolda and wild mountains of norlh China and Manchuria, Koarching for now plants and stvds worthy to iw transplanted to this country, and for wild forms of our cultivated fruit** and vog^UVblcs which jjiay havo characters of hardiness or unusual vigor which will mate them usoful for plant breeders Shipments of scions, and of seeds representing; hundreds of interesting things havo beuci sent by him o.ikI ure now undergoing trials at tho gardens of tho department here. Among those secured nro -Burdette St. Phoue 53 Before 9 a.mM 2-3, 7-8 p.m [it optician I !Dr$. DeYeber & Campbell assurance of action being taken to ;past year a trained mun has remedy tho difficulty, but the news- \\\ pallors of tht> country havo taken up th> subject with marked unanimity[in support of tho I'Yonk organisation and u'jnny strong editorial articles havo appeared on thj supject. Among othor contributions, on t|w subject, is a letter received by tho '\*t)uard from >Vm. Why to, vIoo-president **t iha C.P.H. who, as was to Iw expect- ^of tho United State*, od, makes a defence of his company. ' Mr. Whyte's letter reads; '�1 bog to acknowledge receipt of your letter of tho 20ih, with enclosed copy of resolution passed by the Frank Hoard of Trado on tho 17 th new hardy 1'ekin persimmons, in tor* inst., on tho subject of car shortage Jesting varieties of English walnuts, in the mining district tf Altorta. "I find that tho resolution, as fil- the Chinese plstacho, wild and cultivated apricots, the wUd peach from Patteson Physicians and Surgeons jrr- OCT BLOCK Insurance ead gent Hail panies. rn Dwel. Irrigated cash and ppiieation. tat h ces-Ott block. � Phone 143 cd, has many inaccuracies, and I ro- its supposed original home, hardy grot that as your Hoard decided to apples and edible fruited hawthorns, bring tho matter to 'the Railway I mil tots and field beans, a lawn sedge Dre. McClurc & Stewart SURGEON DENTISTS OfBce-J. D. block. Higiubotharo s new ce Hours-9 a.m. to 12 n. 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. . C. SIMMONS Advocate, Barrister, Etc Commission, that it dki not think proper to take tho nut Iter up with this company's officers, in orderthat they might have understood condit -ions ns we know them, which would have enabled your Hoard to havo placed a more fair statement tofore the Hoard of Hallway Commission -ers. "1 regret, moreover, that you did not find it proper to discuss this nwitter with us, which wo could have done very sensibly. You are under a misapprehension as to tha output of th? t*thbridge mines, and as to I OFFICE, .Money to Lend on Town and Farm Property and a very remarkablo lot ol Chin -qso varieties of grapes," as well as a collection of ornamental trees and shrubs, suited to the climate �f thu eastern and middle states. What is believed to be a Jisc >very 'that will be an epoch in tho uuri- culturo of the northwest prairie regions of this country, has been Made by the departments explorer, Vroff N. K. Hansen of tho South Dakota agricultural experiment station, of a Siberian alfalfa, an excellent forage plant, with yellow, instead of the usual blue llowers. Ihis plant is native to the dry stepptm where the uu*i*cury sometimes freezes 'without snow. It is suid the plant tho influence that th^ir output had SOUTHARD BLOCK in former years upon the supply of jcoal in the ccuntr>. At ftiJ ln*gin- ning of wijUrr-lasi year the Loth-'ran withstand a temi�erature of ab-�brWge people had more than forty |0ut 40 degrees below zero, with ro thousand tons of coal available for'protection. Mr. Hansen is making a sale. The settler in the west. un*j#iudv of the plant with a view to its fortunately will not order their coal cultivation in this country, and has in advance of their absolute twds, 'wit th.> departnunt Quantities of and this year, when bhey did coin�� 'the seed, which will be given a thor- :>T. BREWER unersl Director and Embalmtr LXTH BRIDGE, ALBERTA RE YOUR HORSE FEEDS WELL for ih.ir fuel supply, it was only to!0ugh trial at an early date. It will find the she houses are not suitable for iiu :�v:t-of It. This company, h-'-cer, who, I may say to you. is the largest consumer of fuel from the Crows Nest stat I of summer fallowing. Arabian at - falfa i-s being gr0wn in California j ItAM.HOADS NOT TO HI-AMK. and the southwestern states, but on ncccunt of Us lack of hardiness is unsuited to the colder parts of the country. A species Tangier pea. has proved superior to all others in Catifoina in its luxuriance of growth, having yielded as agreed to give prefer- hith us nine tons of green food ]>er of vetch, called the Ucsolved that the railroads are Omim Wast im Pre^yUriaa Church. Ottos Ffcons 109. Kssldeoos 18*. PRESS GRINDINGS Graztai Refnta PrtviKis of ud AlbcrU. ED. PULLEY For Fine Boot 4 Shoe Repairs Prices Very Reasonable. Located in old W, H, Morris transfer office, one door south of the Army Barnoks. to coal for commercial purpos- acre. On account of its great allies over Its own contract needs, In ount Qf hcrbuge it effectually chokes order to All a supply to the country. out uwjs. A large quantity of this What you may not be aware of also, !Reed is being selected and tested, is that this company sent a number iwiln a view to its introduction next of cars south to it s connections, lKOason. which they retained in their own territory, and we were obliged, therefore to refuse them cars for further fchipments. "The greatest inconvenience in this whole matter has been suffered by this railway itself, a fact which you may not be aware of, and we have been caused considerable* expense in manipulating our fuel supply, from tho fact that wo gave so much of our coal supply to the public, an:l from tho fact that we had waived, as I stated, our rights to get our Quantity supplied by tho coal companies in preference." of Dominio* Lands ft FiMWork a Specialty [agricultural purp in that portion Alberta, lying 8ouUt boundary of Town* the Southwestern pv Lcthbridgc, Loifge No. 2. 1.0. THE NEW BRIPGK. (Winnipeg Free Press.) Two portions of the grade reduct -Ion work planned are of great importance. Last year pluns were prepared for the grade reduction work between Lethhrid03 and Macleod, on Farmers Advocate*-The reports to hand of the itinerant school of livestock jud ing undiT the auspices of the XAepartmi nt of Agriculture for AHvrta arc most tneouraging, and fur her evidence that tho establish -m nt of un agricultural college for that province at an early date is ^advisable and essential to the continued progress of that province. Our advocacy of such is based upon the idea that agricultural education Ikj properly dealt with, must be ty agricultural colleges in which the cours.s shot Id \yo consolidated and ihj various branches harmonized and given positions in the clrricuflum justifi.Hl by their relative � .*�ntt Allterta is not session at the end of throe years of one head of cattle or five head of sheep for every 20 acres leased, and shall maintain stock Jn this proportion during th� conMnuaaos of the Bbeep-grasing is yermiited osi only a portion of the tracts above referred to, A map showing the sheep f rsaclng districts niay be secured on application to tlio^Secretary f the Department of the Interior, Ottawa. ' orw hranch of farming, albeit country through which to carry a a wr.v important on*, and that tho railroad. When the lino was first ! Court Star of Lcthbridgc, No. 8095 A. O. F. Meets M aud Ird Hon-day* to etch muuit a-  6m,. la iHJdf How a !!a . ound St. VutUnK brcth-i en crtrtlUUf wrlC' me. THOS. HCAT0Nf C R. A. m. RITCHIE* SEC. LOST. A buckskin horse, six years old, four white legs up to the knees, dark mane and tail* brand X and inverted O on right shoulder, weight about 1000 pounds. Finder will please communicate with EUXEST WEin, Lethbridga built there were a number of trestle bridges alonj it, spanning the ravines and creeks encountered. The traffic of this route has increased to a rt-mnrkable extent, and many of tha old I ridges need renewing or string*hening to accommodate tho heavier trains and locomotives. In making the surveys it was found that by building; a viaduct at Hint a mile in, the greatnumber of the old trestles would bo done awsywith and th's Is the work which in*.' company is preparing to carry nut during the coming season. The viaduct will be constructed of at col and concrete. Tha plate girders will be carried on steel towers, 300 foot in h-dght, these resting on concrote foundations. In addition to cutting out tho trestles and a number of heavy grades the routes will also be somewhat shortened. WANTRD A_ J i r J^L. >..... .ft Qood reliable man for City collections and to assist in office. Salary comment* |0&.O0 per month. Apply p. o. *o* m. A. S. Bowman was Lexington, Ky,( on niK'ht. Tt is expected meat of thoroughbred pevted this week. summoned to business last that his ship-horses Is ox- di�t.v of the provneo is to afford op-porti.nity to obtain a well balanced courso in agriculture. The Department at dlmonton do -s;rves great credit for its work. Starting at the ground it has laid a good foundation on which to bui.d a mote elaborate * superstructure, which will provide technical education for Ks musflos. The Minister will be well advis d if ho presses home on the H*Ieral Oovermnent at Ottawa the advisaMlity of a large land grant for the endowment of schools awl colleges to give tcrh -n-cal education in h^s own province and h* might well enlist the support of the Dominion represttttat'ives from his province and of sls-ter provinces in tho West, Tho success of the great agrlcul -tural college* and experiment stat-I ns of the U.S. has been made j>o�-sible by 'the splendid land grants anl munificent income afforded by the Federal Government at Washington, under the Hatch and Morrill bills. A magazine editor was talking about W. \V. Jacobs, tho famous humorist. "I went abroad this summer,'* he said, "to try and get Mr. Jacobs to write for me; but I found that he had all he could do for six or seven years to como. He is a quiet, modest chap. When I praised his wonderful skill in the writing of short storfes. he said that it was only their surprises that made his stories take. "Then, ao illiwtrato what he meant he told me a story wherein the surprises came fast and furious. JJe said that a lawyer, defending a man accused of housebreaking, spoke like this: " 'Your Honor, I submit that my client did not break into tho house at all. He found tho parlor window open and merely inserted his right arm and removed a few trifling articles. Now, my client's arm is not himself, and 1 fall to see how you can punish the whole individual for an offense committed by one of his limbs/ 'That argument,' said the judge, Ms very well put. Following it logically, I sentence the defendant's arm to one year's imprisonment. He can accompany it or not, as he chooses.' "'I'ho defendant smiled, and with his lawyer's assistance unscrewed his cork nrm, and, leaving it in thedock, walked out." B. Dow man agency sold lock O to Ar- 4.000 To stop a cold with "Proventics" is safer than to let it' run and cure it aftorwards. Taken at the "sneeze stage" J'roventics will head off all r colds and Grippe, and perhaps savo you from Pneumonia or Bronchitis. I'reventics are little toothsome candy cold cure tablets selling in & cent 23 cent boxes. If you are chilly in to sneeze, try Proven - uh^aMHl^Mttl d The Nova Scotia "Lumber King" says: "T consider M1NARDS LINIMENT the J1K8T liniment in use. I got my foot badly Jammed lately. J bathed it well with MINARI>:S L1N1M&NT end it was as well as ever the next day.*' Yours very1'truly, T. G. McMULLEN. SCHOOL SPORTS. The annual meeting of the Central School Athletic Association w*as held' on Tuesday afternoon, a large number of boys being present. The treasurer, P. Miebach, reported receipts of $19.05 and expenditure of $18.95, leaving a handsome surplus, (for a school club) of 15 cents. Tho election ol officers resulted as follows:-* Hon. Pres.-J. 11. Fleetwood. Pres.-W. A. Hamilton. Vioa Pks.-O. D. Austin. Troas.-P. Miebach. Secretary-G. italey. Chairman of Committee-Football, .0. G, Ktmmons; Baseball, B. Davies; Track Sport, F. Hose; Lacrosse, W. McKenzic; Hockey, P. Belcher. The annual fee was settled at 25 c*nts, with an extra assessmrnt if the executive deem 4t necessary. An t-d jour nod meeting will be heiVl next Tuesday to receive reports ami discuss pleas fer the year. TRY WM. OLIVER -FOR Everything required in the construction of ft Building, Lumber and nil kindt of Mill Work Do not send all your uionev to Calgary and Crtthfwk. Help to build up Lethbridge and a local industry by patronieta* Oliver's Pining and Lumber Mills. Office, Yards and Factory-Corner Round and Bompae 8towta Telephone 153 aro selling more beef by tha quarter than ever before. Niea beef three-year-old steers. Buy now, while it is in pri your  condition. P. Burns & Co. Imperator Hamt and Bacon. Telephone 91. A. EASTON & MANUFACTURERS OF HARNESS, SADDLES. AND GENERAL HORSE FURNISHINGS AND DEALER8 IN TRUNKS AND VALISES. MITTS, GLOVES, ROBES, WHIPS, TENTS. AWNINGS, tyAGQ I COVERS, HAY AND GRAIN, ET ! if i. I ;1 _J ' u II I i i I t 1 � * OLD TIMER I-J WITH THE OLD BRANDS I 1 OF LIQUOR8 AfTD CIGARS IN A E W STAND Just drop into my new quarters and convince yourself that I am up-to-date* * Tha cleanest and brightest shop in Southern Alberta. HOUK _i 1 -_ H. E. MIEBACH, FrepHator Every attention given the travelling pablia Feed Stable in connection TaUfawnett Landaaakem9 and Rancher'e Headquarters $1.00 DAY ROYAL HO TABER, ALTA. Irvine & Lemon Proprietors Rotaa $1.30 and $3.00 par Day 4 if' FREE BUS MEETS ALL TRAINS SAMPLE ROOMS IN CONN IOTION ;