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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 17, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta Herald VOLUME 1 ALBETITA. Wi-DNESDAY. 17. 1906. NUMBER 11 mills etc. Thosu must all go at prices that will sell them THIS .MONTH, as we have de- cided to go out of these lines. Lethbridge One of the Most Pro- gressive places in the West. A write-up of any town in the west is apt to be tinged with a cer- tain degree oi: optimism, but in the sively low temperature. Of a truth Colorado has nothing more by way of climate than South Alberta. B. A. Cunningham SHERLOCK, FREEMAN CO IF YOU BUILD YOU NEED LUMBER you are wise you will buy your Lumber where you can get It the best at a reasonable price-and get it when you want it. We handle Lumber of Every Description Our source of supply is unlimited and yon can depend upon getting whatjfyou ask tor. ENTERPRISE LUMBER CO. Ltd. J. W. MONGOL, General 'Manager, Lcthbridge, Alta. Brwcbes at Taber, Nanton, Leaving, Cardston, Pinchcr Creek and High River following remarks, endeavor has been made to give as conservative an estimate ot theJown of Leth- bridge as it is possible to do. Lothbridge, a town of about 5000 inhabitants, the chief town of South ern Alberta, is located miles west ot Medicine Hat on the Crow's Nest Pass section of the Canadian Pacific Railway. It is the point from which the Crow's Sfcst Pass line started construction westward in Thirty-tour miles west of us 5s Macleod, which is the junc- tion point with Calgary and Ed- monton railway north 105 miles 'to Calgary. It will thus be seen that Lethbridge is some seventy guiles closer to the vast mining district opened by the Crow's Nest Pass railway than is Calgary. Following the railway oi: the Alberta Railway and Irrigation Company south- ard sixty-six miles to the U. S. oundary and thirty-miles further o the Graat Northern Main Line, ives Lethbridge a commanding xDsitiou as regards location for Growing Alfalfa. The successful growth of alfalfa in Southern Alberla promises yet CHIPS FROM THE BLOCK A Breezy Round-up of Live New? Items from Ail Over the District W, S. Robertson died at Little another fruitful harvest for that country of immense possibilities. Mr. Elliott T. Gait in his speech to the shareholders of the Alberta Railway and Irrigation Compaiiy in London lately, that it was 'will be builfc at with alfalfa the company expected to achieve, perhaps their best re- sults. The following extract from the last report of the Department of Agriculture of the North -West Territories is of interest in this connection. In Southern Alberta alfalfa has taken firm hold, and Mr. W. H. Fail-field of Lethbridgo reports having about Ho a. -res of it. This year he was fortunate in securing 200 pounds of seed grown en his own farm. The results obtain- ed from sowing with this seed will be watched with great interest, ''During the previous year the LETHBRIDGE BREWING i MANUFACTURERS Fine Lager, Beer, lie and Porter THE-3VKST IN THE WEST All orders sent to the Brewery will receive prompt, attention Bow. A new school Nanton. A Baptist college may be opened at Calgary. A school district is L- be formed at Standoff. R. C. Wyld, an old timer, is dead at Wetaskawin. The Calgary HerakTwill issue a morning edition. It is planned to plant trees at Calgary. Mrs. Marshall, of Lineham, gave birth to triplets. Calgary plumbers won a strike for 45c per hour. Nanton public school is to have an additional teacher. Regina doctors will not make JOIN THE ban- w King Lumber Mills iither commerce or manufactures. Such conditions in fact being un- surpassed by any town west of Winnipeg. Lethbridge district was the first iii the field with fall ind winter wheat making Albeita prominent in the eyes of the con- tinent. It was the first to develop and now has the only successfully operated irrigation system in Can- ada It also has the only beet root sugar factory in the West. This factory has been installed at an ex pencliture of The foundation of the town of Leth bridge is clue to the develop ment of the now famous Gait Coal, which is in demand for domestic purposes throughout a territory 800 miles east, 250 miles west, 150 miles north and the same distance south into .Montana. It has thoroughly up-to-date munici- pal works and sewer system. Che water worts machinery is Iriven by electric power from one i 11. "Lmrmc tue previous yttir LUC ---o ,__ department had received from llus- contracts with lodges. sian Turkestan a quantity of seed Strathcona Literals will of a hardy'alfalfa growing on the quet Premier Rutherford. igh dry uplands where the winter T dected a gcllool olds are intense and where alfalra at pinclier Creek. An hotel has been built at Lund- s depended upon for forage _ umnier and winter. In the umnier anu winter, in me Duties, AH uyici mmediately south of the line this breck by R.'Sleeves ot Urank. 'arietyof alfalfa has proven very Tlie p mrdy. This seed was sent out to opeued a _ _ i.____. j-i IT I of Commerce has at Strathcona upon the' high lands of! Utah? also a quantity of common ed from High River to Cdlgarj. alfalfa. The plots as a whole have W. Bleasdall will be elected done well, a good stand being ob- mayOr of Feruie by acclamation.' tained, and many of them went; in- d MQ ud hool .listrictiias tan-rWa mow the plots if weeds were pre- A second branch of the Imperial valent ami to leave a good stand Bank has been opened m Uilgary. for winter protection. There was Rodgers. of Granbrook, one quarter of an acre in each plot, j re_ejected by acclamation ten about the value otmocuiaung i John McTavish has beenje- the alfalfa with bacterium which elected councillor at Tongue UeeL LIMIT ED: Cranbrook, B. C. MAWTJFAGTURERS OF Rough and Dressed Lumber Moulding and Lath >JJ i- of the finest plants in the The town is pronounced by strangers coming -in on the night trains as being the best lighted town in the West. The banks are well represented by tlmvm branches of the Montreal, Union and Commerce. Splendid schools and churches exist, also thorough- ly up-to-date stores. The taut Hospital has been pronounced b> those who know as being the fines; institution between Vancouver am oefr and. has a mrdical. stai un surpassed in Canada Its equi p- ment is complete and includes an X Ray machine and an up-to-date rubber tired ambulance, the first installed in the West. We have one of- the finest club buildings in the West. It is the headquarters acts upon the roots causing little swellings or nodules. It has been found that the bacteria working m these nodules are able to abstract free nitrogen'from the air and add o the plant and soil, thus explain- ng why all leguminous plants such clover, peas, beans, etc., leave the soil richer in nitrogen after a crop has been takon off than it was before. It has also been found that when these bacteria are absent the plants do not do as well, they are sickly in appearance and never make a gn.-at growth. Mr. Fair- field, at Lethbridge, found his CROWD Of Subscribers to STANDARD Lumber Co'y A FULL STOCK OF Rough and Dressed Lumber Prompt shipments made to any part of Alberta w THE HOTEL- P El R DAY A convenient and cozy resort. Cemtorc cf 8 aUentiv ely looked af cr and one of the really good dollar per day housea in Alberta. When In of the Alberta Railway and Irriga- tion Company. Irrigation m the town has contributed to-varus i.ie embellishment of homes by the planting and cultivation of trees and lawns so that from the point ot view or the manufacturer and the resident, Lethbridge is indeed favor- ed. At present we have progres- sive iron works where cast and wrought iron and brass ail kinds are moulded" and machined. Two brick plants, one steam and the other horse power, delivering splendid brick at per thousand. An up-to-date Brewer} with soft drink and malting depart ments; the latter is using all th barley raised in the district ant pays a good price for it. We have also blacksmiths shops, sash and door mill, but tl.e end is not yet, we want more manufacturers to make- use of our cheap fuel water and light, and the Board of Trade with the assistance of our two live newspapers is making a special effort in this direction. Producers id manufacturers we want you ith us in the development ot the bnndant natural resources at oui Heslip. Kelly Young, High River, will build a new brick block. The Bankhead is ing 500 tons of a day. Anglicans and Methodists may construct churches in Gladys dis- trict. The number of liquor licenses in Grand Forks, has been limited to eight. C. E. Brougham's store at Medi- cine Hat, was entered and robbed of S25. .John Anderson has been ap- pointed police magistrate at Cran- ,2 brook. falfp field, sowed it on. his altana, j and thus inoculated his soil. The 1 M J. JViacieoa ma result was a great change in his deputy Ai-i plants. They gradually lost their berta. "v 0. Simpson and Miss Charlotte Cleve were married at Nanton. Mr. and Mrs. Alex .Foote, Pin- a -1 pi.pr nreek, celebrated their goluen a ciuantity of soil from his alfalfa GnLryiC 3was obtained from- Mr. Fair- wedding. field and sent to each experimenter Dominion government cream- o be sown on part of each plot as eries in Alberta will be taken over a cliec'x to ascertain what effect it by the province. C7' __ _ pumts getting and having all the appearance of dying, and so sent to Wvommg for soil'from an old UU111L9. yellow, sickly appearance and as- T P.TH BRIDGE sutned a luxuriant greeii. Believ- in the absence of this bacterium from the soil might be the cause of numerous failures to grow alfalfa vould have on the plots. The full pdncipnl Sinnott, of Calgary results ot this experiment cannot School, has had his salary be obtained untU next season, but j to The Subscription per an- "Three varieties of alfalfa were sown, common on May 28, Utah and Turkestan on May 30th. A aood catch resulted in each case. The inoculated seed received from Lcthbridge was scattered on a por- The chief of police thinks the ce force at Edmonton should be increased to six men. of Yarmouth, is tiie latest addition to num m Ad- O LLlo Lcllibridge ras scattered on a por- Ur' licine Hat's medical fraternity, tiou ot oacl, and this part made 1 _ umuiani iwntitu p ants tnatwer< ommawl. A letter to ho Board I slrou i f Trade of Lcthbridge will receive nod. HOTEL DALLAS more vigorous growth than the rest of the plot in each variety, Ue difterence being most marked m the Turkestan alfalfa. On plants dui: nodules were found on the roots to a larger extent on the treated portions though to- wards the end of the season the bacteria begun to be fairly evenlv distributed over the entire plots ami were were found ou near- t _. rompt attention. The Canadian Pacihc Laihvay as decided to establish Lethbridge as their railway terminal, and with his in view has already started building a new union depot to oc ollowecl by the removal o roniuJ- lonse and shops to Lcthbndge. Th's mwst'bcncfitns immensely as a distributing centre on account ot even improvcil train service. The climate Southern Alberta is one of the most attractive points o! the Lcthbridge District, have long daylight and cool cveu- icgs in summer and milder wmgrs S IcVis WOO feet the-air is litfit and bracing w Chinook Bolt fall by common altana was 20 inches. Turkstan. 10 inches anu Utah. IT inches. Nature of soil clay loam; cultivation summer tal- MUST PAY MilK Decision of Court Against River Ranchers. The exchequer court at Ottawa Ins condemned John Spencer and Samuel Spencer, ranchers, of the Milk River country, to pay Miss Elma Cosens, of Medicine Hat, has been appointed to the staff of the Claresholm public school. High River deferred purchase of a fire engine until town was incor- porated. The citizens gave blOO to the Calgary fire brigade. who was Hon. C. W. Cross' opponent in th recent election, was married t Miss Lander, of Edmonton. Radcliffe. the Dominion hang man, fell against the car door Swift Current, injuring his eye s badly that he will likely lose the sight of it. Lieutenant Governor Bulyea, of Alberta, is visiting his sisters, Mrs. R. C. Lipsett and Mrs. J. O. f 1____ n-nsl IV to the customs department, settlement ot the latters claim up- cattle that the Spcn- 11, I his property at Summer The Fcmie Frt-ss ,Press, li.hosammorth.tJn.licoMait... Newtest in will be mad C.: J. A- rnor of Macdonald, liberal r fJ' i Imlen a judge, and Ralph Smith M. P., liberal leader. tonrnm rat ions for the mectin l Gmnd ;