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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 1, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta McGuire Herald LtTHBRlDGE, ALBEBTA. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 1.1908 NUMBER 9 TO HELP THE FAR! Department of Agriculture's Great Campaign Next Year SPECIAL SEED TRAIN MAGRATH ENTERS REID (From Monday's Daily.) Ex-Mayor Rogers received a telegram from Charles A. Magarth, announcing that ..he. would accept the Conservative nomjnatJon for the Med- icine Hat riding agaWtW.C." Sim- mons. The wire came from Ottawa, where Mr. Magratn hie been for some days.... road's a tour of the constUugricy before .returning to Ot- tawa and hfc found suffici- ent, his en- tering the field- The circumstances cf h-s nomina- TOWN OF 1WEPT fires Started in Different Parts of the Growing Saskatchewan Town caused a Hwjr Loss -One Man Narrowly Escaped With His Life the (Western Associated Press.) furnishing, was in flames North Battkiord, Dec. store completely destroyed, with alarming series of fires supposedly of content-, valued-at twelve thousand, incondiarv origin haveoccurred here and insured for srt thousand. lately..' On Friday was The second stoiy of th-s discovered in a li'very bam occupied vs occupied the -customs and joy V. Alien, originating in tx board C X. B teen Hundred. W. Kno-loy's private electric lighting plant was damaged to the extent ol fivo hundied and Johnston lost about ioia hundied bj" heat- breaking all the glass JJ of his store across the strep t He and i insured n baud Ihe JTayor and coun 'i! met this ____ foncn in the rear. On the same niglu government mai1 stored Ition bv the Conservatives are in J. Chisholm's ail In snite of trou- J ternoon. ana they an- c-kmg autrioi- Grain Judging Schools aud Pcsitry asdj known. The will bs.cme of the office, but discover jblc uith fcuzen hose the brieade yic- j itjr rrom fi-neral to hold n- j liveliest character. the-oHrin brigade'arrived eeedfd m the Jlio a fire investigation tomgS A frcm Mr. I-.; tjip and bugade again rt-i B. Simi slept in the wnd com- Magrath will run as 2n independent j {rom the C. N. K spuid. d j Bering fd asleep and rotmd house, little could b, done to 1h, arn! was only in we r ick of tune. buil'ding, books, D-velop-n -it Cnnpuni's buiM-, His leg barat and he escaped m moulding, sashes etc. "The South Bat- valued at Oiss and for mgnt -oira tlt-iord brigade. amde 'a record run and saved the lunibv-r y-ard. The loss ba about thirty-one thou- (From 'Monday's Daily.) We will start the New wilh usual One oi the most thorough and en-j terprisbrg campaigns oi agricultural Su'dui-ation ever attempted in any pro-j in the of Canada by r> any government has been elaborated j and completed by the Department' of j Agriculture of tht> Province of Alber- j Thy programme consists of a protracted series of dairy, ..poultry j judging schools for almost every town arid city oi the xj'Tho iX'St atrritukufat experts, dairy- men and pbuitry raisers in the pro-i vjjK-e contrihuie as lecturers anci T'-'-v 'also, be I TWO SK! FTS AT MINE. -Will; Be .Hundred to s a Day. tbotisj.' d, end docunv nts wo-nli tho'isand while A Cluuese valued at thundred, nc. jnsuiance Lsand. i t Xoiton lost private papers i next, then the valu.-J at ash A M. Pan- 1 Manager Fox went oi Bank (From Moriday's The A. R. I. Co. started a. dou- ble the mine todity. ch will -contintia spring. The" first j Or- Sunday at p.ra., aroused ton, buii I assisted by a numljar of expels from a petuiffut. child, Mrs. Fox, wile 01 the r-san'ag'er of the Bank of Cora- mtTce, notice a bright light, mid th. _a i was' found the o ana j hicck occupied bv J. Say wood, gents' one o'clock in the- morning. The single.'shift has-'.been turning out bc-.j saveiv aud 'eichi iiundred tons i and d had his offices in this badly damaged, toUl i- loss v ill be a thou j to eight thousand I The bsi-k of Rl l--Tl b 'Ion-ring to CK-iholin Allowed, and v uod sir thousf nd fice also. Ihe latttr lr insurance and oapeis. amoonuog of- aU to dlscourafttj words. THEIR STOCK i CHI till t'l StocJttakine time is here, and oxvios to ..the- very mild weather in the past we find we laave many liaes Couuter Goods to clear No robin to carry over "Winter Groods. Everythirig must go at SACRIFICE PRICES. NO w. MR. THE TIME FOR YOU TO -BUY YOUR 1 ouly RACCOON COAT..............- -'.-good .value at Skiddco Price, -Jtbfl Di-.partinent. of Agriculture, Otta- and the .'Dominion Bxperimcntal The campaign will fee rim vent ion. of the fanners in- uorkers of the Province; in ;tty on Saturday, January 4th. dopai-t.nietvt has completed. a.r- C. N. R. and C. P. 11. to supply a car 'each per day. Puling on the sccotid j .those have'sliipped .private- shift, than the first, jjy to V.'innipeg, ZiTontreai and the old 0. W. KeiT v.-Ul increase the output to iibout country have been held up 13 Bii eleven hundred Lops per day. the point 01 shipment until p.o cattle shipment on tiis hookas The 0 Coinpam, ol M u ch'Beef Cc'Sisssien Secc-minends a be furnislicd exiuDit oi Msst classes and varieties of im-thresb- 1 j cd grains, und cultivated grass- anct clovers. Kach train 'be in. charge of a staff of six all H their several departments. Emcane Trea i Wo were able to trace the' steer. j from the Alberta ranirc ar- cd jrhcd in the Winnipeg stock yards to i and thoroughK j with, every detail iu the process uj> j to this point .but we ary firmly con- irom V- C S .he laated States Gonsulai Aguit he-e, been noti-, lied that txie uiil afto1 Lee, r-Jlsit and th t tealSi and matt 'i s {vctaiixiug to the oihCii are to be Jor' iirocrf to "the tiary otlice This action has boen fol- iov fed at Ferine, and other points in the I Thtif jo-tter PO reasons for the action but )t is not Th (From Monday's. Daiiy.) following are further para the Bt-tf Commission ro- aa an iai- the 2 only COAT Skiddoo Price, COATS, Black Astrachaii Collars, reg. 827 Skiddoo Price, '1ms ouaj.vnv was .XL Tat go Aorth Pao-v-Ut, in 190-1 an capital of 00 lv t nontb-- utc- the u ill he permanently closed as the be located beyond 'tins r-oin. to GO ana ou t-o is as .0 make t v i We can quiti im not to an !-4 dcr tnv. laws oi limnesoia with aa point, port. M.t'iif to iiiU'resc 01 transport- c CM- T growing "sids in Your cominissionfrs have taken company to have shipments handrc lecunditv and casion to. ;visit several slaugh'tar hoits.lconsoiidaLad and have th-e shipping to lc sci and new seed. cs situatel in poth. provincos. WcjdOTO by as few'men as possible. Aff- f V it is to the interests of the com- "c u .ion and the exporter to d ol halt-bullion dol- private 'shipments iaii> t t c pi i. o> the stock is htld hj memborf, o the compaaiy. A bitiall amount of th tions with i vitality of old and broken seed, mature i seed and frosted seed. This feature :e and calculated to be of the portance to seed I this mat of wish to say on tin- wnoic that mat- i are condaciw iu quMw it ma'nner. desire to draw the ___ Lion of particularly i increase their own business. The'.ten rs at consular ag-" TWEED OVERCOATS, good value at...............- -olu Skiddoo Price. Men's Blue and Black Beaver Cloth Overcoats.................reS- Skiddoo Price, Men's .reg. Men's Tweed Overcoats.....reir. Skiddoo Price, Men's Heavy Tweed Overcoats, storm collar......................reg. 89 Skiddoo Price, Sweeping Reductions in Men's Un- derwear, Winter Caps, Fur Collars Only Exclusive Men's Outfitters In Lethbridge ;fat.Cyeq.r.' The intelligence ami infor to the cruel to which the j dency of the industry is towards ;rno- Tiation-g'laahwd in This manner by siucx; the capital involved and _- i f-t-tivi-rt ml int'.O t lirt iifl7irtr i-ir iii "r-'-a T-T-T? i about iiftcen hundraU r j0j_ j All this vdrk done "Uj ic-al- at pouus. 1je done at Palmary. t 1 It is a }viiov> U that the acw 'Amencan offer- par foi ...._ 01 consular agents Jt f> presumecl the go'-ernment considers- the consular jrood to be pi'vtn to Canadians ojnd propose send inq the'r political appointees to fanners of the province will repay j stunned. The animals are" ruT into Uhe ability necessaiT in tho vdl n--nv times over the cost of the images holding one to each. ca.gc On of such a, business natural'y cd lo "'cnus ao I after the doors are properly j throws it into the- hands of a do not to aistribute In addition lectums will be ffiven a man with an ijistrument rcsemb-1 c.d transportation company cabt 01 our earnings th by "commercial experts on the JracV Ihi- an axe, except tlmt it is pointer! should then be the 'agents to combat %-ars, nor in, of grain for commercial purposes. is blunt walks a infllicnce instead of to augment PU js-i c-.r Qf thtf Tho dailv of work is sat beam -he and admin.-, ,t. !0uiccs are ?orth tn tTfollowii scheme andjtcrs the fatal, bio.. 3n this OTO signiflcant fealurc of the evi. matters to anyone, actrng in time tabls. itiou the treatnient which many ar'j-dfenre relative to the C.P.H. is that i STPDTFS IX B-VRLEY animal receives before losing its sens tho complaints come absolutely from (ed and that a completely 10- a m and brewing cs is simply appalling. If the am-nil smaller Men such as has heen subscribed nualitic- a m" jud-ing com-j be struck in the proper j Gordon TronsidoSi P. Burns mS the capital paid up 10.40 a. m. critical %ht blow is sufficient .to relic ,0 it J R-night Sugap Gco you Are interested write u, for examination for seed purposes. i from all further pain, but we were j Lane and a feu. othcre have no STUDIES IX GRASSES 1.1. a. m.. Best Variety to grow. STUDIES IX WEEDS closed for the U.lytJJHi 1IJ ,4 to not raake prfT j. agent thiuk tho are Ijemg supplant- Or ,ed and of handling the be inaugurated. ru.-tlM.-r i u llllli U, ULiivio lliAVt; present when it took as many as j to lodffO the C. P claun t0 reta ven or eight blows on different arc loud jdtjalws m farm Unds m the tions of the head to bring the ani- j in- thcir demmcilltion, claiming thill pVe luue bought and sold BAD WRECK 11.20 a. ra. Identification and erad- j mal off its foet. AfUrr this a chain the roogt advcrse treatment is 000 ol land in 3907, our total ication of AFTERNOON. to the hind feet of tho OIK dnd'ovcry possiWc favor 00 animal when it had been shown laxgc up to 1st of December. Our !to the cx'Unir tno muu omw was w. books are audited .every, quanter by STUDIES IX OATS I by a man slightly tnbrft .DELAYS IS .THANSIT thc known finu of chartered ac- 1.30 p. m. Varieties and mill big: hjs such treat- Jji many instances we consider that countaiits Warwick, Corn- qualities: 2 p. m., -Judging of _com'j as this attrihuttKl to no j time occupied in shipping cattlo.pain The outlook JOi the land bub- raercial cradcs; 2.30 p. m. Critical sourcy thaii on from Alberta to Winnipeg and Mon-' mev. m 1908 is better than ba- the of employers who huvu j trcal. anri thf treatment the rancher for11 The iccvnt financial mnr1. I the work in hand. We have given a receives at the hands of tha C.P.J1. which is now prac-tically over, "has j'description of what happened in the olfidals is a matter which benefits tr> imp res'-cd upon thc minds of the m- of one animal-but hundreds i no om- and in .many cases brings public that there is no innocent neasts which to our'ruin and disaster to the western ran- 'nient on earth like the earth it-vli As train are as follows: hous. s are doomevl to a j dwr.. We have only to refer to the o there is nothing Messrs. H. A. Craig. Director sirnihy fa to. We ask thc considera- evidence of such men as W. Wake, J. stable" than a well selected Farmers' Institutes for Alljerta: W. tho Government, firsitly: from j L. Sexmith and Walter Ross in orf'er piece 01 larni iard that is growing C McKillican, .Dominion Seed Laborai a humane standpoint; we tx-'Heve that to prove thfi seriousness of tho situ- i m It has the advantage oi tory. Calgary; (r. II. Mutton, Direct- things should not Ix: allowed tojation. I M cur with or Experimental Farm "Lacombe, W. j any country, H. Fairneld. Director Experimental j wo n.-ccmmend j than AHOALDAIE I examination for seed purposes. STUDIES IN :WHEAT j Same as in case of oats. i The. of lecturers and dumonstra! casCJ tors who will accompany the seed It is of the utmost concern to th.1 would i..-commend AUx-rta rancher that his catUe rotuh Farm. Lel.hbridgc: Jus. Murray, Su-, be which will their Destination as'expcditiously as Farm. Brandon; T. rtuinh fr'nm I __ n. 011'a.wa: T son, Department Of K Mender ;sary we would suggest that tiniuinco riculture. Etl-jit te compulsory for all animals to a better earning cap- in tho of incredsod value other foi m ot sale- Ue thj largest organic __ TC.ri. cor! ation in the country. Our agents of U'e writing us from all oxer -he monton: Thos. Woolford, Gardstou, W. F. Stevens. Clover Bar; A. .Hit- jiaVe beo choil. Chief Weed Inspoctor, Alberta: secondly, we HEAD OrriCE. TORONTO ESTABLISHED 1867 E. WA1KER, President J.A1RD, General Manager H. IRELAND, superiBtcndcnt of Branches to believe from conver- sation with iwn of experience that In. II. Oalbraith, Xunton, K- C. moat of animals subjected to i man, Airdree. i such brutal treatment in the killing I The staff of speakers for tho Dairy; js ol- a very inferior quality, include the following FX-P011T i heard the evidence of most he cattle raisers of province, .many of whom we would recommend that the mat the land husinvs m (From Tuesday's Dailv.) There was another ba'l on the Crow DIMSIO" ot the Can- adian racific night, though foitimatelj no lives were At Coaldai'e, the fii-st station east; of Lethbndge, fifteen and an engine are piled in a heap. I A freight tia n Xo 79 had left Afcdicme Hat west bound, or- ders to lefive three cars of settlers' effects at Coaldale. While placing their three cars on the the remainder of the train standing on the mam line No 80, another 'treight left bound, at ten o clock last night ami while running into CooUlale at thy rate Ot twenty miles an hour crashed iato the r- on line The injury but railway commission be to com- j 1908 will be a record breaker. The pel the C. P. K. Company to run a weekly stock train, this thc cars were "demolished and the en- gine badly smashed' up. i The only explanation is that thc en- _..... gineer on saw the locomotive train'to have the riglit of way after Plus hl wilh Lhey on the.siding and thought -that the' 'train was there waiting for him to pass. The broken train would have investors, especially farmers in North-West, will invest their pur- "essrs. C. Marker, dairy commis-J Paid-up Capital, J. G. Clark, Ottawa. Mr. Clark we passenger trains, and that its rate of Urc good farm lands. speed be at least 20 miles per Tho growth of our company smce not, including time cattle Hs organisation has been phenomenal were iIUS no ]iffjTls ori west end, where tlv land wc are just getting started. Wo inadc ,.t is ?Uppos- We would recoinnvncl in this cornice I men' -that thinking that the track Brancnes throughout Canada, and la the United States and England A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED FARMERS' BANKING facilHv afforded Farmers for their banking business. Sales Notes cashed or taken for collection BANKING BY may be made or withdrawn by mail. Out-of-town receive every attention BRANCHES W M.BKRTA rin- i has i found to be very e out to live in Albrr-i familiar with exporting condi- ta. ire is a. practical dairyman. H, t.ons. and the cxcop ,on of on tion that it !n- nuule compulsory, not, only for. the shipper to unload his cattle once every 42 hours but that j be made unlawful for any railway WILi. SUE THE CITY. won the prixa for the herd j Tho' switch was. clears] this morn- ing and trains are using -the side track instead of the main .line which i >k i tions. and the cxcep ,on of on, j to Be Taken by Chinamen, hlocved up yet. Tlw of lor two who are favorably situated Is Said. crew is still at Br Cl-AKESnOLM RIVER LETHBRIDGE MACLEOD MFOICINE HAT HAKTON P1NCHER CKEEK STRATHCONA POrJOKA VEGREVILLE DEKR VERMILION WETASK1W1N j Aivrshires'nt the Columbia Expost-j their, evidence goes to show i ti'on in Chicago in Tho course j there is something wrong. j in dairying will include subjects j Almost without exception the small las the use of u-sting stations, the 1 shipper'has at B jcare and breeding of dairy live stock, j would appw that the manufacture of butter and thoj-tion companies. car? of j Thc poultry meetings will ba in j charge of Messrs. iA. W. Folcy, try Superin-icndent of the Depart. I mcnt. of Ajricultuiv. that jthrtn 4 is unloaded. If the above were The Chinamen is still rit Brockrot and it will j'lw some time before the wreckage at whose places wore CoaWals is cleared away. JI tne liOOV'C recoilliiii.'iiiutt.ii'nn I. in: V.IIJHII.IIH.II T. adopted it. would" prev.Tit the unrea-i looter! on Christmas night evidently, Engineer and Pieman at n "j h, lo whjch animals! are not satisfied with the city soli- j were in the ditched r-ngm-c No. 80. the transporta-! i .u... advice thiit the city is not A. 4 diuvs while in transit and i liable for done hy the and all corporations irrt'CrcsLctl v commission subjected In- served ci I .again it would bs possible to to.kc i rnoh. Their adviser on all such mal- i many cattle from Calgary to Winnipeg j tors, a ('hink named from 1B01 ]8? rxlmonton. ATacleod 21st. Grnnusn j a former citf- hbridfre, has moved from to Cranbrook, Tt. C. M, T. Mn.. J'-- unricrsioon he has -UK-rri l LETHBRIDGE BRANCH C O. K. NOURSE, MANAGER 1T. wc-iKhc'l ufT llw; curs hut u-c wish Lo nir.- counsel and push t.hcir claims. :SOn nrcompnny Mr. Foley tojNanton Tnv i om thw injURtlee to shipper! say lhiu.a T. G. JAMIESON INJURED, Pni.s.1 to 2StH. P-t.cer, in no place except west- G_ I Void same In the south country Stirling Itnyrnoml ftlst. Card- inoxt. month: Vebninry 1st. Wacrrmth at! i Trin.1 raUrrh treatments arc being out' free on renm-st. by (proving to tvitnouc a iny's gre-.U. value of thi." pi-f-scription known to all. I 11th: Stirling, 13th; nay- 2.30 o.nd 8 p.m.. Medicine Hat jmoiwi ..-1th; Mngratb 15th, Cardston (at 2 anil S (MIRKS auditor [or the Albf-rta Elevator Co., j druggists evnrywher- as Pr. Shoop's ffll on ice at the. rink, dislocalmg Catarrh Remedy. by all drug- DTPnTIfKHTA. his should" cr. gists. ;