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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 29, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta THE STOIC OF QUALITY.1 Clearing Sale For 15. Days of all kinds of CROCKERY Before Stock-taking Big Reductions in Fancy China, also Dinner and Toilet Ware. DON'T MISS THIS CHANCE Nelson Eraser PHONE 21 LF.THBKIDGrE LONG TRIP COLD STORAGE TO WINNIPEG! SAYS WOOLF Mrs. Ray Hakes Journey Cardston Member Makes From iork factory Speesh at Edmonton Che fiotel flrliitflion FRED. RODNEY, PROP. 'GOOD ACCOMMODATION TOR THE TRAVELING PUBLIC KXCELLENT CUISINE BATHS HOT AND COLD WATER RATES, A LETHBRIDGE ALBERTA (Winnipeg Telegram.) A plucky trizj of over GOO miles by dog train, through for- ice-clad Ukes and bleak, dreary stanches of almost uatracked open prairie, is the journey taken by Mrs. G. R. Ray, of York Factory, from Hudson Bay to Winnipeg. Accoito Associated Preis.) Edmonton, JL-n. address in to tne speech from the throne vs moved by Fletcher Bredin, M.P. lor Attiabaska and seconded by J. from in the leg- tonight. Referring to Icgis- .1 to b in rod need by the gov- panied by -three small children, ernment, Mr. Bredin. said that there _ f 11. -v-j W b' 'd comp nsation act bv George, 6 years of age; Mar.jorie, a fact which reflect-' ed credit upon Alberta. The premier Yor.k moved adjournment Mr. Bredin referred to reasons for provisions, blankets, bed- thankfulness in new coal mines ce- ding, a tent, clothing for use on the ment millg and extensive building road. On this trip Mrs. Ray was ac- developments in citins of the province companied by her husband, four men aigo to educational advance and for- and one'Indian. At Norway House. ward legislation on behalf of labor. Mr. Ray left the party and returned Alberta was a triple decker with fer. to York Factory, the remain- tye 8Qil on CQal on der continued their "trip to Winnipeg and gag and 8alt on'the third deck, and arrived here yesterday. Agriculture in Alberta first began in Mrs. Hay's story is verjr interest- the congittuencr of Athabasca over ing. She is an English woman and 12Q yearg agQ jjence jje had cams from "Monmouthshire, going cenge 1W years old to on with her husband to Fort Churchill Su5jecti .Samples of wheat grown in where he was placed in charge of the the peace rjver district were laid on Hudson's Bay post. One year and a the taWe jhe gampie from 115 half ago the family went to York acre gejd yielding 43 Jjushels to the Factory- The trip to Fort Churchill acre He facetiously remarked that was made by canoe to York Factory, canj3ton and Athabaska, were at the and then by coast boat to their des- pQjes the province, being the only tma'tion. two constituencies having prohibi- York Factory is a Hudson Bay post of about 150 persons. The min- Woolf asked that the beef in- is-ter, a few clerks und the Eay fam- vestigation be continued with a view ily ara the only white people there, to finding a market for butcher cat- the rest being half-breeds. The wea- tle. The proportion .of export cattle ther there is very cold, but apart wag decreasing every year. This year from that -the people in any other 4Q 000; ]ast advocated cold small towns of the west- Provisions gjjd refrigerator transporta- are brought by -dog train, and the meant upwards of per mail arrives but three or four times head more than for second grades or a year. J a saving of to western cattle x'lie first night of their trip after men leaving York factory is described by IT. c. Simmons presented a'petition Mrs. Ray as being warm and cam- re the amendment of the M'agrath Ji A BASKET OF SWEET, CLEAN CLOTHES Royal Crown has none of the -rank, offensive odor common to the majority of laundry soapsT" Rather, it possesses a very pleasant aroma, and clothes washed by Royal Crown Laundry Soap smell as and fresh as they look. Price is the same as for ordinary laun- dry soap, but the value is extraordinary. Made from a special formula for -the hard water of this Premiums given, for them. SEED NOT MONEY Not to Be Given Govarnment rentable, the thermometer being only for the water supply of the iO decrees below zero. Thi3 to Mrs. town and Eaymond re Krtight Sugar Ray is mo-derate weather. The rest QO_ of the time was cokl, about 35 or 4.0 _ _ degress below zero. The trip to Nor- way" House made in ten days, the dogs making from twenty to fif- ty miles a day, according to the humor they were in; SometimtiS G. T. P. AT SASKATOON (Western Asssociated Press) Ottawa, Jan, 21.-Sevcral confer- government rate taken pboe between probably be made. Messrs. Calder and Hon. W. R. suggested teat is a good Motherwell, of Saskatchewan and iiie Federal Kuveruinciil w. IcSpcGf they required considerable urging and (Western Associated Press.) Saskatoon, Jan. Tl P. arriving and ;every, pre.; and side-eplitting Atones P. J. NOLAN ON THAW CASE Attended First Day's Honorary Member of N. Y. Bar (Winnipeg Tribune) Mr. P. J. Nolan, of Calgary, accom- panied by Mrs. Nolan, arrived on his way home from an extended pleasure trip through the eastern provinces some progress and states. He reports that no portion which he will be in the form of seed and not visited can compare with western money. It is said that money might business activity, and expresses the not in every case be used for the pur- opinion that Western Cansd'-R. is in chase of seed which' would leave au- a better condition than most of the thorities open to the charge of giy- western people think. ing to people who were not entitled He was in his usual humorous to help. The Saskatchewan members mond, and is full of comic anecdotes in discussing the matter said that His great money distribution would be a obtaining'sufficient money through the Federal' government Cash by secure all the necessary, tm- fortunate farmers who lost. their'" crops- Advances probably in the. form of a loan for three years at the" of; interest It has been to the Bnpplying of seed wheat to the farmers of Saskatchewan. While to a system of dxversi- Hurl fproal Tsns.Tnov Jinrf Saska chewan and to this end ox suitable, vaneties of cals m' stated that the plan ol distribution Norway and Sweden. IF YOU WISH TO BUY LANDS.. HATCH GQQNS The choicest lands in all parts of the Lethbridge District! HATCH COONS, Oliver Block, Lethbridge Sunny Southern lerta Farm Lands and lEthbridge Property "We have a large list. Everything we sell is worth the money. Call and see us or telephone No. 182 Eakin Matthews Ltd, Lethbridge, Kita, (Western Press.) Victoria, Jan" Japanese liner lyo Marn reached hero today with 83 Japs who landed. All pos- sessed passports and came direct'from the land of their birth, so with these the recent order in council -of the "Those, fellows down in New York i cism. t _ almost ruined rcy chances of eter-1 while nothing has definitely -e naTsalvation through their hospital-! decided in the negotiations between studio year A.R an-1 J.P _ arm IT .Jlj.1__ 'nf TTiljtUi R I'Orft NOTICE :rn a lake they to enjoy the hm Only a few mUe, needed thinehe hlS Insh mder Kvl S- ami moved along at a merry pace, to complete the first division from 1S as blg as ever' i the w e The Indian guide was an adept at Saskatoon. Three 6 f.ns of the new handling dogs, and got the best pos- bridge are now completed. sible work from them. Accompany- ing -the outfit from York Factory to Norway House was an Indian, girl named Nassau, to whom Mrs Ray and the children were mucli at- tached. This Indian lassie, used to northern winters and undue priva- tions, would not ride in the dog sleighs -the 'first' two days of toe jour- ney, but ran along beside the sleighs', and kept the pace with no extra ef-j fort. Ten days were required to make the 'trip from York Factory Norway days is the us-j ual time required, but .the dog train for two days followed a false trail j and arrived unknown to them-j selves among friends. God's Lake In- dians, who put them on the right trail again. The Rays were very warmly cloth- ed. Each of them wore a duffle skirt made of Hudson Bay Blankets, over- A PUN ON LETHBRIDGE (Calgary Herald.) The Lethbridge Herald's active but "fight for the location of" the public buildings in crnr provos conclusively that it is. hard to have things done on the square in LcthbridgeT Photographs lt( liilnud Stift lass of which they wore young deer skin coats. Caps and mitts were of the same fur and snuggled in the they were warmly covered up with rabbit robes. iity and he said. "They Messrs, Calder, Motherwell and the treated me so well that I will be Dominion government regarding seed BARONESS EpAD afraid to go back again. They are no difficulty is anticipated in original, those Yankee chaps, and this abnormally good treatment was no doubt a new method of getting rid of a worked in my couldn't have stayed any longer, or I would'nt be here now." Mr. Nolan, while in Kew York at- tended the Thaw trial ,and sat on Bay Store LETHEBIDGE Stock Saddles the bench with Judge Bowling during the first day's proceedings. He stat- es that he was -an "interested specta- tor." He expressed the opinion that the trial would result in Thaw be- 'ing declared insane, as Martin Lit- tleton, who is now conducting the de- fense, is a clever tactician, and is In the District Court, of the District Farm Harness, Concord Harness, Of Uthbridge etc.. always on hand. In the matter' of' the Estate of Nita Campbell (alias Hoy Foster) late of j ,1 _j TTI trip rTD- I the City of Lethbridge in the Pro- vince of Alberta. NOTICE" TO CREDITORS Pursarit to order His Honor, Judge Winter, notice is hereby given that C. R. MITCHELL Of Medicine Hat, the Naw District Court Judge at Calgary resumed her journey igxin The trip was without incident, al- TO HELP REVOLUTIONISTS (Western Associated Washington, -Ian. velopments in -tht- plot to'overthrew! 'the of President-. of Hu.yti have foUowwi the invcrsugu tion.s oi sc-rvicc agents of so from New YorK i the arrest of Tf diarce ,of co'.mi; the stand by District Attorney Jer- ome, when he attempted to have Thaw committed to a commission in lunacy. Mr.. Nolan expresed the opinion that Littleton was far superior to Delphin M. Delmas, who conducted the defense in the first trial, as a criminal lawyer, and said his (Del- Duffle were the protection UftUng her Hands slip.from hoi-w.te. m and next came deer skin socks to the-This resulted of course in cold hands rjdiculous thing knees and over'all were dressed doer and soiiwjtimos in swollen hand's. i "The idea skin Even with all cor-' AkhouKh unaccustomed to 'horses cringa feat were sometimes cold. and other modes of locomotion, the twentieth century.' I consider I consider defense a very weak one, and it is a surprise that Thaw was nut all persons having any claim or de- mands against the late Nita Campbell summoning and procuring evidence j (alias Roy Foster) who died on or from the experts who were placed on j about the 5th day of October, A. D., guarantee yon complete 'satisfaction. LeiMlge Satoj CO Tha feet of course, required special though frequently Little CassLe, attention and were doubly guarded, and-a-'half years of age) d :n he Qf had evcr The family would get up at about children no great ;e twentieth centry.' 5 o'clock each morning and breakfast at either street cars or trains, DUt starting on the journey at dayligh-t. wha-t of resolute character' and 'them is Catarrh Remedy. Sold by all the clog sleighs for home agun.'auo she would not dare to ur-dertake. 1907 at Lethbridge in the Province of Alberta, are required on or before the 14th day of April, 1908, to send by post prepaid to The Trusts and Guarantee Company, Limited, at Cal- gary, in the Province of Albsrtaa, ad- ministrators of the estate of the said Nita Campbell (alias Roy FosterV or to deliver to the undersigned advo- cates for the said Company their names and addresses and full parti- culars of their claims in. writing and a statement of their accounts and the nature of the securities if any held by them and. such statement shall be verified by Statutory Declaration of the claimant or his agent. AND TAKE NOTICE thai after the said-'14th day of April, 1903, the said The-Trusts'and Guarantee Company, Limited, will proceed to distribute the assets of the said deceased amongst the persons entitled thereto, having regard only to the claims of which they "shall then have had no- tice, and that the said The Trusts and i f. guarantee not be liable for the said assets or any part thereof to any person of whose claim it shall not then have received notice. Dated at Lcihbridge uiis I3tli day of January, 3903. '12-4 THE 'TftTTSTS AND GUAR- COMPANY, Limited. A. G. ROSS, W. C. SIMMONS, 'Manager. Advocate for The Trusts and Guarantee Company, Limited. AlbeT'a. HAY and OATS Bought and Sold in Wholesale and Retail Quantities Prices by Carload may be had on Application Terms N- Strictly Cash Eastern (Sfc Hyde ROUND STREET Next door to Enterprise Lumber Co AT KEAN'S for .Santa Claus Stockings FKESH FRUIT HOME-MADE CAOTY HOT GOLD DRINKS ICE CREAM O Opposite P.O. 'Phone 98 ;