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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 21, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta 21 Till: LETIIBRTDG'K DAILY IIJ-KALP o you buy your meat of You are Sure of Satisfaction Here Phone 452 SQUATTER PUTS UP FIGHT AGAINST THE COVER! I After Careful Consideration He Located "in 1 Desirable Location Row, .Part of Jasper Park-Government i Wants His Land Hill Block Dufferin Street I After living for jhis lonely squatter's j Vc'llowhcad Pass on the banUs of tiu 'rAihabasc.t river, bearing the hard- From the first you serve it and tast Jo 'ts delicious, irnsistiljie flavor you will keep it at hand always. This particular r-ii-jese is out of the ordinary run and all the nutritious goodness ol' the richest cream. Thousands ol" the mcst particular homes in the Do- minion jire enjoying .Mc.N'aughtun's Cream Cheese because they have tnstfed it and proveiu its palatable, wholesome qual- !t.y. It IK made in a scrupulously clean and modern factory in 'Improved" McNaughton every day. I'm Hi) in neat, opal jars pui-i- tin fofl packets ready to serve o-i any table. ASK YOUR GROCER FOR IT fcM SfflfcPWNAUGHTON 'AVINMPfG. 0 MAXITOHA. FOR A GOOD MEAL TRY Next door to Efts lor ships I.iiink. FI3H AMD CHIPPED POTATOES Also the bcGi r'.ieat Pies tor.'n. AID KNOCK FOR MOOSE JAW ships that a pioneer is wiled upon to !endure, because he knew that one day there would come a railway that j would puss his door mid make tiiat claim valuable beyond measure, Louis Swift, who is Known far and wide among prospectors, engineers and rap.v.'ay. men that have invaded (he wilds of the Pass, is now engaged in a fight with the Dominion govern- ment "who have included his claim in the Jasper Park reserve, aiid are en- deavoring to p.ut him off with no more ithau a nominal settlement for his f Report that C.P.R. Will! [lm roresi8ht !n r selecting the spot which ne knew would be a strategic point one day on Move Headquarters to R years on i Dominion t.-h'oosc hij i claim in i.he jph-.ce as prut of a huso park reserve, j Far-Sighted Picneer j U was mere luck (hat j ft his place of vantage in the Yel- lov.liead he located just inside the eastern border of what i is no'.v the .Jasper Park JL was after! four yi.'ars or' study of tiie country, j That four years he had spent in Travel- i ling through tiie pa-ss and down as far j as Ivaiuloop thoroughly investigating- the country. Wlien he finally came to locate be had two locations his mind, namely, the Starvation flats at Tele Juan Cache, at the western end of the Pass, and his present location, in the park, j He ohboge the lauer because of its! superior advantages. Swift-had uiade-j such a careful study of the country i that he was able 10 select iV.e very j y must MADE IH CANADA It is used by all the large Bakw and Cat'.rw, well as by tiie bcsl homi bakers and Feed pro- ducts lhat are produced in cicaa fiction arc Wr. Et GJJLLETT l-TZJ, is i rue a transcontinental, that his eighteen s'lot ho kmnv a yours fight, with the hardships soine ?ay- ou its ''va-v tbrougb j pioneer life, that his pass' Such was the locatioa Kcgina-, .Jan. The Standard f 'sticking to the joi> when many times: !his claim that ihe railway could pass; says: Tiierc arc indications vci'v convincii! he and bis family v.-en; !n danger of more to 01 y {starving, is worth soniethin; nature lhat within than a nominal squatter's settle- MAHKETS short time important jraent, -with comparative will lake p.lacc in the local railway j prosperity in later years, he is now situation, and lhat as a it-suit 01 an-! prepared to fight for what lie says is fioancemcnis which will be inailt Just claims. the, Canadian Pacific, sonic rhai-gus j The Dominion government officials of interest will he made in the divi- sional a! range-men ts. In short, what is believed to he in the air. is transjcrrnici- ol the general divisional I.ZTHBRIDGE MARKETS 'J'liere iir-s.neen no cliause' lo ;in prices during the past week, except! visits ;in in which there is to 4 points, with an increasin no other place than righf. by his i Had he settled- at Tete Juan cache he would today have been a rich man. He have been a very rich man at any rate, as a result bis i fore-sight, had not the government suddenly included his claim in a huge reserve, leaving him helpless to dis-1 pose of it. as be might have done. Swift, for eighteen years on i this claim hn'frire lie saw- hjK expecta- j his Place in the ls Q( realized. Then the! .iwspcr bjjiu ftnd nQvv c x R> ions .since settled with ilf T00 have ;iuir :-t been z MARSHALL KAMSEY r-'tivc-r to Hsy. Proiluoe I-lu-rl P.. C. JV-T-: :v _______________ W; AGAINST DETECTIVES M t.-e Wll, riio r ?n WHEN THE CHIMNEY THc GROUND SH _ F-LL :OOK ;