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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 29, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta THE STORE OF QUALITY. Clearing Sale For 15. Days of all kinds of CROCKBRY Before Stock-taking Big Reductions in Fancy China, also Dinner and Toilet Ware. don^t miss this chance Nelson A V H LETHBRIDGE - ALBERTA | For Real Estate values FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE -TRY- N. T. MACLEOD & CO. Lethbridge Hotel Block, Lethbridge. O. W. KERR co. have opened offices in the Oliver BlocK, - Room 5 Headquarters Spring and Winter Wheat Lands Come and see the famous Maurmth land, now on the market. We have also a few choice sections in Warner district. T. s. McKENZIE, Local Manager, IF YOU WISH TO BUY .WINTER WHEAT LANDS -CONSULT - HATCH & COQNS The choicest lands in all parts of the Lethbridge District. HATCH & COONS, Oliver Block, Lethbridge Sunny Southern Alberta farm lands and Lethbridge Property We have a large list. Everything we Hell is worth the money. Cull and see us or telephone No. 182 Eakin * Matthews Ltd. lethbridge, Mta. JAPS REACH VANCOUVER I TO HELP REVOLUTIONISTS (Western Associated Press.) Victoria, Jen. 23.-The Japanese liner lyo Mum reached here today with 88 Japs who landed. All possessed passports and cnmc direct from the land of their birth, so with those the recent order in council of the Urmiinion government has not any power. Irrespective of this shipment there hag been a notable, falling off in the number of yellow men arriving from the Orient. If ward's Liniment Co., Limited. Gentlemen,-Lust winter 1 received gr�ut benefit, from the use of 3I.IN-Alllt'S LINIMENT in a severe attack of ljiGrippc, and I have, frequently provnd it to be very effective in cases I' Influmution. Yours, W. A. HUTCHINSON. (Western Associated Press.) Washington, .Ian. 24.-Startling do j volopments in "the plot to overthrew 'the government of President NVjrde of Iliiyti hiive followed the- invor3t,ig;i-tioiiH of He--ivt service agents of secret service agent* from Now York n connection ' with the arrest of Josu [It. Giordan! mi ii eh urge of count � I felting Ifuylhiu money. Olll'.isrsi ms certainod that the prisoner is \h . p-j erat ioti.s prolinlily would have e> t'.-'vi | cd into San Hom'ngo and owm mlr | Cuba had n revolti'tioii in JlaJ Li been I successful. Time of arrest Giordan! had in his possession counterfeit pa-|er money to the law value of 5800, 000 und said it was intended for Hay �tiaui revolutionists. LONG TRIP TO WINNIPEG COLD STORAGE SAYS WOOLF Mrs. Ray Makes Journey Cardston Member Makes From York factory a Speesh at Edmonton (Winnipeg Telegram.) A plucky trip of over 000 miles by dog train, through snpw-coverod forests, o\er ice-clad lakes and bleak, dreary stretches of almost untracked open prairie, is the journey taken by Mrs. G. R. Kay, of York Factory, from Hudson Bay to Winnipeg. Accoiti panicd by three small children, George, 6 years of ago; Marjorie, -li years of age, and Caustic, 2.J years, �thejourney was doubly arduous and and tiresome, and this is probably the first time such an hazardous undertaking has been ventured by a with a family of small chil- (Westarn Associated Press.) Edmonton, Jan. 21'.-The address in p*y to the speech from the throne was moved by Fletcher Bredin, M.P. ..' , (or Atnabaska and seconded by J. . ,,'oolf, from Cardston, in the leg-...;itui.e tonight. .Referring to legis-:i to b' in.rnduciid by the government, Mr. Bredin said that there .vu Id b' a comp nsution act by which employers in every industry id . c il-il upon to insure em-y-MS ..g.iinjt accident. Touching on legislation at the previous session � icf^nvd to the advanced education and telephone policies as the most noteworthy.' J. W. VVoolf expressed hope that the beef c-->-;".mi3*in would bo pssign-�?d to forth -r prosecute the investiga-:ion in r. 1 tioii to wenort ca.tle. H' advised the establishment of cold storage. The government policy of telephones were being adopted by ROWN PMade Only by The - ~- irtfpeg sleighs to Norway House. Starting on their trip from York Factory, four flat sleighs were loaded w th provisions, blankets, bed- Mr. to Kay left the York Factory party i , 'bile and arrived here yesterday. Mrs. Ray's story is very interesting. She is an English woman and came from Monmouthshire, going woman dron. '  - ' Travelings through tho budh by blazed trail across lakes and wild stretches by tracT.s almost obliterated by drifting snow; but marked hero and there by a fir bush planted in the snow for the guidance of travelers, the family came in marry dog ,�v," ,_,  71 �-----m. jagt g,,^ He advocated cold small towns of the west. Provisions stQrage ^ refrigerator transporta. are brought by dog train and tho tion which meant upwardg o{ $1, mail arrives but three or four times head mope than for gecond grades or a yoar- J a saving of $400,000 to western cattle I'ho first night of their trip after men_ leaving York factory is described by / c gimmon8 presented a petiti0n Mrs. Ray as being warm and cam- re the amendment o{ the M.agrath fortable. the thermometer being only charter for th(J watef 8upply q� ^ 10 degrees below zero. This to Mrs. town and Raymond re Knight gu Bay is maderute weather. The rest of tho time was cold, about 35 or 40 degroas below zero. The trip to Norway House was/ made in ten days, the dogs making from twenty to fifty miles a day, according to the humor they were in. Sometimes acre field yielding 43 bushels to the acre. He facetiously remarked that Co. G. T. P. AT SASKATOON (Western Associated Press.) Saskatoon, Jan. 24-Material for A BASKET OF SWEET. CLEAN CLOTHES Royal Crown has none of the rank, offensive odor common to the majority of laundry soaps.~~ Rather, it possesses a very pleasant aroma, and clothes washed by Royal Crown Laundry Soap smell as sweet, clean and fresh as they look. Price is the same as for ordinary laundry soap, but the value is extraordinary. , Made from a special formula for the hard water of this country. * 'Premiums given for wrappers-sxvt them. m P. J. NOLAN ON THAW CASE Attended First Day's Sitting-Made Honorary Member of N. Y. Bar (Winnipeg Tribune) Mr. P. J. Nolan, of Calgary, accompanied by Mrs. Nolan, arrived on his way home from an extended pleasure trip through the eastern . provinces and states. SEED NOT MONEY Farmers Not to Be Given Cash Government by (Western Asssociated Press) Ottawa, Jan.. 21.-Several conferences \haye taken place between Messrs. Calder arid Hon. VV. R. Motherwell, of Saskatchewan and the Federal government in respect to the supplying of seed wheat to the farmers of Saskatchewan. While some progress has been made it is stated that the plan oi distribution obtaining sufficient money advanced through -the Federal government h> secure all the necessary seed for unfortunate farmers who Jost. their crops. Advances probably in the. form of a loan for three years at the. usual government rate of. interest, will 'probably be made. It has been suggested that the present is a good time to introduce a system of diversified cereal raising in Alberta and.. Saskatchewan and to this end a quantity of suitable varieties of seed oats may be purchased . in Britain; Norway and Sweden. �   He reports that no portion which he will be in the form of seed and not visited can compare with western business activity, and expresses the opinion that Western Canad'a is in a better condition than most of the western people think. He was in his usual humorous mond, and is full of comic anecdotes and side-splitting stories. His great money. It is said that money might not in every case be used for the purchase of seed which would leave authorities open to the charge of giving to people who' were not entitled to help. The Saskatchewan members in discussing the matter said that money distribution would be a great A they required considerable urging and the G T, p urriving and evefy pre. evon threatening, but when rounding paration ia being made for an early good-nature is evident from every- mistake as one dishonest man could a lake 'they seemed to enjoy the fun start 0nly a few miles isf needed tninK he does and his hig Irish heart by misusing the aid received bring and moved along at a merry pace. to compiete the first division from is 88 bi8 88 ever- jthe whole matter under sever criti- Tho Indian guide was an adopt at gaskatoon. Three s �.ns of the new I "Those fellows down in New York \ cism. PUN ON LETHBRIDGE\ (Calgary Herald.) -::�>: The Lethbridge Herald's active but' unsuccessful fight for the location of: the public buildings in. that: city,1 proves conclusively that it is mighty! hard to have things done on the. square in Lethbridge. handling dogs, and got the best pos siblo work from them. Accompanying the outfit from York Factory to Norway House was an Indian girl named Rebeuca Nassau, -to whom Mrs Ray and the children were much attached. This Indian lassie, used to northern winters and undue privations, would not ride in the dog sleighs the first, two days of tne journey, but ran along beside the sleighs and kept the pace with no extra effort. Ten days were required to make, the trip from York Factory to Norway Ifouse, eight days is the usual time required, but the dog train for two days followed a falao trail and arrived unknown to themselves among friends, God's Lake Indians, who put them on the right trail again. The Rays were very warmly clothed. Each of them wore a duffle skirt made of Hudson Bay Blankets, over-which they wore young deer akin coats. Caps and mitts were of the same fur and snuggled in the leigfas they were warmly covered up with rabbit robes. bridge are now completed. C. R. MITCHELL Of Medicine .Hat, the New District Court Judge at Calgary almost ruined my chances of eter-1 nal salvation through their hospitality and generosity," he said. "They treated me so well that I will be afraid to go back again. They are original, those Yankee chaps, and this abnormally good treatment was no doubt a new method of getting rid of a fellow-it worked in my case^-I couldn't have stayed any longer, or I would'nt be here now." Mr. Nolan, while in New York attended the Thaw trial ,and sat on the bench with Judge Dowling during the first day's proceedings. He states that he was an "interested spectator." He expressed the opinion that the trial would result in Thaw be-j ing declared insane, as Martin Littleton, who is now conducting the defense, is a clever tactician, and is summoning and procuring evidence from the experts who were placed on the stand by District Attorney Jerome, when he attempted to have Thaw committed to a commission in lunacy. Mr.. Nolan expresed the opinion that Littleton was far superior to M. Delmas, who conducted While nothing has definitely been decided in the negotiations between Messrs'. Calder, Motherwell and the Dominion government regarding seed relief, no difficulty is anticipated in Photographs IttMMIMl Hiubiwt.' lass of, Work (iuaruiitattl Studio - - Near A.R itn'll. F eight Office Ninth of Huhhiiii'h Bay Si ore Baroness Road ".LETHBRIDGE''. Stock Saddles then resumed her journey igtin. The trip was without incident, nl The foot of course, required special though frequently Little Cassie, (vwo Delphin attention and were doubly guarded, a ha" years of age) persi'.-t i,1 in the defense in the first trial, as a Duffle aocks were the first protection lining her hands slip from her mitts, criminal lawyer, and said his (Del-and next came deer skin socks to the This resulted of course in cold hands �>��') addresa to the jury was the knees and over all wore dressed doer and souujtimes in swollen hands. j most ridiculous thing he had ever skin boots. Kven with all those cov- Akthough unaccustomed to horses heard of. "The idea of talking to orings the feat were sometimes cold. nnd other modes of locomotion, the intelligent jurors about the knights Tho family would get up at about children expressed no great aurpr ie �* ihc twentieth century.' I consider 5 o'clock each morning and breakfast ,t either street cars or trains, jut �' the twentieth centry.' I consider starting on tho journey at daylight, what did frighten and interest them They would camp at one o'clock for most was the horses. While �t�iid- an hour for dinner. Then on again jng for a photograph, appearing h.-re till 3.80 when they would have sup- uttlo Cassie could scarcely be indii?,-I>er and camp for tho night as dark to remain quiot while a. hors.-, pass would bo coming on at that tiino. ed and would frcq'i.intly shimr: b�v The snow would be ail cleared from hind her mother's skirts. Mrs. Ray expects her husband to HltTARD'S LINIMENT mi'llTtfERJA. CURES the srot whore the camp was made, fir bushes covered the ground unit beds made on these bushes. The stove would ihcn be placed in I he middle of tho tent and a lire Kupt go-iiifr ull night. Needless to nay Um ther,' A family retained ull their clothing all Court, night even to their fur coats. The provisions all carried on tin flat sleighs consisted of just such eat til Mnrch, tho mail arriving aides as ia ordinary In Manitoba, nl- a'lout: January, Marcii though a large part of the' impodimen ta consisted of dog fish with -which the noble do^s wore regaled I'requ nitty and bounteously. 1 At Norway House Mrs. Gay riiuain ort' for ten days, dispatched t\�> of the last defense a very weak one, and it is a surprise that Thaw was not convicted through the bungling of Delmas. This is not entirely a personal opinion, it is the same as expresed by nearly every member of the New York bar." Member of New York Bar While in New York Mr. Nolan was join her in Winnipeg in about eight- ran'months. She ha* come to Win- honored by being made an honorary member of the Bar Association of New York, and now enjoys all th'^ rights (did privileges of the American courW" in that slate. nipej in order to send the children to school and is .staying with her liici B. Woolridge, of Wexle.y Mr. Jtay will not licnr of tbc soTo'___ tirmal of Mrs. Ray in Winnipeg un-' � there Trial catarrh treatments are being luly and Wop mat tat out free on request, by �r. tcmbcr. Shoop, Racine, Wis. These tests are Mrs. Hay is a woman of about proving to the people-without a p��-35 or 40 years of age; strong, Html- ay's cost-the gran I value �f this thy and robust in nppearancc. The scientific .prescription kn�wa to all faco iflona of particularly strong and druggists everywhere as Dr. Shoot's resolute character and there is little Catarrh Remedy. Sold by all drug- tho dog sleighs for home aguu, ana she would not dare to undertake. giato. NOTICE In the District Court of the District Of Lethbridge In the matter' of the Estate of Nita Campbell (alias Koy Foster) late of i the City of Lethbridge in the Pro-1 We can guarantee yon complete vince of Alberta, NOTICE TO CREDITORS .. Piirsant to order His Honor, Judge Winter, notice is hereby given that all persons haying any claim or de- j mauds ugainst the late Nita Campbell (alias Roy Foster) who died on or about the 5th day of October, A. D., 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 Calgary, in the Province of Albertaa, administrators of the. estate of the said Nita Campbell (alias Roy Fosterl or to deliver to the undersigned advocates for the said Company their names and addresses and full particulars 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 that after the said 14th day of April, 1908, the said The-Trusts and Guarantee Company, Limited, will proceed to distribute the assets of the snid deceased amongst the persons entitled thereto, having regard only to the claims of which they'shall then have had notice, and that the said The Trusts and Guarantee Company, Limited, 'will not be liable for the said assets or l^any part thereof to any person of whose claim it shall not then have received notice. Dated at Lethbridge this 13th clay of January, 1908. 12-4 THE TRUSTS AND GUARANTEE COMPANY, Limited. A, G. ROSS, W. C. SIMMONS, Manager. Advocate for The Trusts and Guarantee Company, Limited. Lethbridge, Albe-.'a. Farm Harness, Concord Harness, Straps, etc.. always on hand. SHtitifnction. Lethbridge Saddlery CO. HAY and OATS Bought and Sold in Wholesale and ... Retail . Quantities Produce Delivered Locally Prices by Carload may be had o* Application Terms S- Strictly Cash Eastern (8b Hyde ROUND STREET Next door to Enterprise Lumber Co AT KEAN'S Headquarters for Santa Claus Stockings FRESH FRUIT HOME-MADE CANDY HOT & COLD DRINKS ICE CREAM KEAN'S Opposite P.O. 'Phone 98 ;