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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 31, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta Kootenay Fruit Land The Famous Prize Fruit District of British Columbia. -----V ISTORIES* Grave and Gay __J CO].. SAM STKI'.I.K MAKKS A 'It IT.  TOUONTO'S MILLION AlHtOH. I Toronto Saturday Night.) Ci�ton cs Should Have ltcen Consulted in South African Settlement. W; 1>e.) How � pretty pretty men! man hntes other THERE IS MORE MONEY IN FRUIT than in wheal or Btock. Delightful occupation, enjoyable surroundinKS, idoul climate. COLUMBIA GARDENS is irrigated lands, and the only irrigated land in British Columbia where no charge is made for water. Pure uiountain water conveyed free to every block. COLUMBIA GARDENS is the only irrigated tract in British Columbia that is located on railway. Daily train service both wavs. COLUMBIA GARDENS is farthest south and lowest altitude ensuring freedom from spring frosts. IRRIGATION MEANS WEALTH. KOOTENAY CLIMATE MEANS HEALTH. DESIRABLE FRUIT LANDS are rising rapidly in value nil over British Columbia. Now is the time to buy a home in this land of Opportun.ty and Delight, of Health and Hap-piticss, of Suushiue, Fruit and Flowers. Write or call on - T. E. PATTESON Ott� Block LETHBRJDGE, ALBERTA -For further particulars. It is much easier limn to got one to quit a '6b Milliners move nearly (is often Sitthodist preach-rs. Some women use tears ill,, some men use their fists: To Willi. us  ay fUht Tin; nwtifio woman is as proud of her love a (fairs as a nuui is tis.i.imed of his. It is almost us difficult for l: liu-.-bond to plenae thj neighbors ;i i it is forhim to please his wife. If ho is very devoted to his wife they sny his is ' soft" and if he isn't, lie's u brute. Women nre impressed with the reckless extravagunce of men wh.'n thoy nolo how little n Hum cures whether he pnys ton dollars for u purchusc or nine, ninet>-ei^ht. \ man with a lot of nion\v may not ho \cry popular, but lip is a rig help lo the community. 11 In our purpose in this article to 'numerate the wealthy men ef Toi'oti-suys: | to. Wo limy not Include all, ami wo Steele may fail in a measure to give a Just us a ll^lvl-r. As Sir li.-orgi" Sewnes isumato of the value of the w Mil 1 , the wvlt-lniun n-wspuper proprietor possessions of niany. The write:' has and M. 1'., said ut the Canada club no thought of Riving olTclico to ��y-ilinner this week: li U is a ease of a j minusl In the list, oven by a too scrap, Colonel Suvle is th> sort of a \ high or too low a guess of nls.vea't'.i mjin'to have with you and not ag-jand wo may bo put'dorred If anyone ainsi you. 1Uit th.' speech which Joverlooked. In �. .short inter/lew the the colonel * made at the u foresaid other day with a gentleman who ic dinner shoiVH that he has qualities , an old resident of Toronto, ,uel � ni: l�yond'thai of a meiv fighte'r. In the wholakos r\ keen interest in won of course of'a sptvcli of a T|ii�i'rU'i' of an 'affairs, wo give the follow in-; en I-hour of so he h>ld his hearers spell- mates of the wealth of ninny leading i bo'uml l\y- a nmet, homely narrative J citizens. Wo give only the mimes ol I | which1* went to'tlt' very core of the 'those 'l.olit'Vcd to b vvort'i Haifa1 ' th'ijjjn 'ii'i life thai really malter. lie 'million and upwards, as ihe cim-. , , was responding to the toast of "The 'even if we included thew v. i .omy . ! Imperial I'uitcs," ami I will try und from luO.OuO lo SfiOO.OOOri wi.uld ne I 'recall .some of the salient points of |too numerous to mention. TWcnto. j I Africa, nnd I have' just come luck (although a wealthy city, has not 'V ,n;>w," mill the colonel, "and they Igrool nuiny niillloniilros. It sereus jv.Ul 1a; all; if they aiv only loft i to ho fortunate that the divisijn of juloiie. Tinker.with anvthing is a I wealth here l� ot lxittor proportions ,u c .-^j-l^ytt" nrtist from New Vork Ci v announces to his old friends! J . . or t.lio Horvicen ot and customers he has opened a General Lumber Business On Baroness Road, east the Coi tt House ; Harper's Professional Orchestra of Ten IMiiyors, no to ! The Lcthbridgc Conservatory of Music. i J. r.Eo. UAKt'KK, - Dirrctor i ------ of j SAVE MONEY NOW - - If a man has n> ability, and no industry, no amount of goodness l'i|] make him a successful man. Women who claim thoy can marry : any man tney want to. occasionally | exhibit mighty poor judgment. When u woman can't think of any-||th.iig olso to say of her rival, she I will say, "Mercy, doesn-t she begin 'to look old!" five y..\irs or si in such .matters as organization will ruin anything. 1 ; served alongside the army in Houth his spoech. "The Imperial forces are all right from South Africa wh-re 1 lived in tho houses of men-and very good fellows, indeed, they nre-who fought us at Colenso, lAutysmUh ami other places. Captain Kruger, for inV.unee who has Just come liuck from serv � ing with the (urinuns in Kast Af ric.i, liner as h" is, has no manner if doubt nov as to the immense sa >cr-i iority of the llriti.vh soldier. ll"" saw our light ng at I'liicn5', .in h: says that lh> lloers hil ." i ''!') m. .i against Muller's 121,our.. | ,. .1.,'. the [lositicn could not le t iken. i u.l no men could have doll* l"'t'. -r i i he |Hr.tish did. tin 1 he i. .s %��.' huh 1 opinion of (in HiiI'm' a a ^o.i'ni. Another of llio lto-r I. l'retorius, told me much th have a great ntany citizens whoso in-comos range from 810,000 to SUO,- 000 u year, and nuiny thousands i who ivcoivo from $2,000 to Sfi.OGO. i The poor nro of small proportions \ as comiMiitxl with many cities the > i�o of Toronto. Tho list, with os - i timutes of vvitlth, 'is aPlK-ndod: : SUi.000.000 - William Mnckcnzlo, | Donald O Mann, Senator Cox. [ ; S.*>,000,000 - W. �. aoodcrhnm, 1 Cow thru Mulock^ Sli.a-.tO.oOO- tT. H, Oslor, M. P.;;A. K. CSoodorhum. i Sl.oiiO.OuO- Timothy Eaton, Senator .Jones, Ijendloy �.itato-| $1,0011.000-W. D. Matthews, W.H. Urock, l>oiiald Mnckay. C. 8. CSitow-ski, 11. C. Hammond, C. 1). Masscy, TOWit-e of Thos. It. Wood. W. It. John �ton. ('. 1>. Warren. Thomus Waltn-sicy, th� Manning cstato, Cawthvu Ma.iiu' ostuto, A. V. Kemp, Ml'.; Win, l)av-snmo ies, J0s.jph W. I'liWolio. Give Him a Call. -1 Get j the Photo j Habit I-----IT'S A GOOD ONK-- BUT 1 can sell you lols now in Titbor for $100, that will be spiling' nt $200 in it month's time Uoo In ! church on Sunday oxcopt tho girls i who work in down town stores and I ollici'S all week. Thy aiv at homo washing thoir hair, darning stock -ings. making new Fhlrt waists, and donning thoir work-day clotlvs. Th\-j preachers should ivally let th.- wick-! joJ men a)on�r for a whllo they , go aflor tho girl who works down town all wouk and Mays at homo from church on Sunday. AT A COWUOY n.XNCK | Oit your ftltlo sago h'ns. remly, Trot 'cm out upon th' tkor. Lino up thcro, ymi cusses St-u ' Lively now! Oiw couplo tnorv. I Shorty, !-h.Nl "int old soiuliroro: Uroncho. dctisv that ci(,'an�tto; | Stop yer cussin", Casimi-ro, 'Kow the ladit-s. Now, nil s.-t I S'lute yer ladii>s All tog'-'th.'r. Ladies opposUo tho .sumo. Hit the lun�l>or with yi-r bather. Itnlance all on' swin-^ yer . Him h the hi'.tors in \h> miilillo. Circle stags nn' do-so do, Pay atKntion to th" I'uldK Swing lier round, an' oft yru go' i First four forward. Hack to places Second foller. Shullle buck, i Nov you've got it down to casus. Swing 'oin till th.'ir trotters crack Itienls all rifht a heel an' toi-in' ! Swing 'em; kiss 'em if' you kin. ' On to next �tt' keep n-goin'. I Till >o' hit yo. ]>ards ag'in. Citnts to centre; ladies round 'em Form u -basket. Halnnce all. Whirl your gals to where yo' found urn. I'ronvc-nude around the hall. Balance to yer pards an' trot 'cm Hound the circle double quick, Oralj an' kiss 'em whilo you've got 'em. Hold 'cm to it if tlwy kick thing. They ail know tho Hritish | S700.000-It. .1. Christie. Eugene j Vn\V nrir^xv. an 1 highly inteilijjvnl. and from what Wood, John Waldie. William Mulock. I saw nnd Know �u" him 1 can say SoOO.OtjO-W. 11 Ucatty, Frederick I s.'iy that ha was uin! is so. We h i\e ', Uotext Duvius, Elias Hog-r-n the NiMi'h African c.n^tabulary ,ers, Ldwuru Ourley. J. K. McKec, (our or live ihousiml of them, an1 HolA. !Affray, Fred. Wyld, Jchn no one could wish for hettcr men. Hobertson, Lleutenunt- Gover-! Conn Hull g ts his oy.-s oi>.'n wli;n nor Clark, W. J. (Jatfe, ItyrUi Bros., 'he tfo -s nhroad and wh.'n h>' lights ho AI.e Orpen. THK CHOICE n ANDIES K AKES U EST READ UNS fights properly- And that is us true of the British 11.m..v us of lh.> army. I inn tho si n oi a captain of th.' Hoyal Nii\y. wlm, strange t house I icing crowded ith thi> youth and wiulth and Iwai ty of tho western 1 know Hi.. Ouiuidiun voluntis'i-s .capitals f:l;tvr se\ After tho open-spl.'inlid men. Why, wlieii we ing ,, Al ,,,,,,. u_ s K,Von bv Mra DO YOU WANT] The BEST Typewriter ? Then buy a trathcona Hois.' in Ko;f:.T .....w ladies Inth- v.t- on our w�y i'v.unj the usual state dinner was held ul the go\eminent huus im;l was intended by foit.v-six litiding ciii/^ns of ihe west. After thu d,n -nor Ladv MeMillun gave a reception at th2 wives untl daughters of ihs goiit'eiiuMi ul th > dinn-r join.'d ih.'in. An orchoslru rendered d.'light ful music, the ballroom was oivnod ^ ami an inioruiiU dunce was given. | A humorous incident ^n connection j with thi olviunK of the legislature. were r.iis ng tlu th - nnrthweM, to Ottuwu '"' du> s (loin th-; coin-in. nc iiieut oi recruit.n;r. un-.l themen .came from Yukon t)n  [ I hem was an only son who had ma le u large , fortur,e ' n th - Yuki n; y�.t .iieh was his spirit that h' wiuld con--", and he di.-d in South Africa tie was one oi' the lilt'e i oiiipuny of Canadians who weiv calli-.l on by LID lloers to surrender, but would not give up IlK'ir po*t. L\ 'iy man of them died. munition they took t lerr. mnl killed lllliill Smith Premier It is the BEST. Synopsis Of Canadian North-West. H1MESTEAD REGULATIONS. \NV i frit n- in^'Tt"' ocrtto.i n llmnlnlon Lai a> In SjnkdtctH *'�� I""1 -itbcit4 fvi-. v>'Ink* * an i not ic rifcd. : n�? �."." join-'h'e.i'**..! l>v .inv |.rr**n� vho I* 'hi \ ho chi'iili't^ (,uiuw. i�i M\t maWovrr IHyrfcrs f ikc 1 > tin' i x\ iihiluf i|iui icr aeciluu . UM acre*, m.iri" or lem. Ku rt am*! tit made |i1 'vvn u"nu,(- u"a ",,u' AGENTS After exhausting their am- was* the appearance of 'Archbishop" th*r r.'Vol-1 Seraphim und two of his followers, of lloers ut'or Archimandrites. Keruphim is the cosTKAcrs rou wools. | hotel dallasI WE ARE. ADVERTISED BY OUR SATISFIED FRIENDS It's a Pleasure to Light One of tho fur-famed Kl Ambnr Cigars -pleasure in anticipation, renlizn-lion and recollection. For tho Gl Atnbur is a eigur of morit any nnd every way a smoker considers it. Made of pure Havana tiller, Havana binder, and Havana wrappor. It's a wonder to most lovers of thu weed that it &clls for 12|c. WALLACE 8c HOSELTON, Uitfars, Tobaccos and Pipes,_ Ladies' kft hand tc yer sonnies, Alanxtn. Grand rlfelu nn' left, Ilnlonci nil an' swing yer honeys, 1'icU 'om up an' try thoir heft. Promenade ftko skeery cattle. Jin lance all an' make 'cm rattle. Kino! l'ronunadi" to beats! 1UC1JKLOU ItSXOHAXCK. "Aren't nvim tho limll?" said young Mrs. Wheel. "When I told my brother this morning that laby hud just cul a tooth, hj asked me savagoly why I allowvtl it to play with knives. "And my bachelor uncle," &uid Mrs. Whoa, "ivhsn he heard that my baby had Imgun teothing, wanted to know if it would begin hairing soon.' A CLEAN WINDOW. (Calgary Eye Opener.) clo,l)ul.s fold nu that cne American Wool nnd Cotton I Ui'porter, in its weekly review of the 1 wool market. says: | Next to tJie London sales, tlw sit- j tuition in the interior Is u Uracil ng the attention of tho wool m*'r-ohant. Evidence multiplies that tho ! growers will nsk high prices for their \ now woiils in wvprul sections, fully j as thoso which were paid la�t year 1 A little contracting is heard of here i and there, but th-re in no gen.Titl I i'r 'lt*.). Hi- rculren nil. tt In .vrMpnec nut i,c Miuilid bj rcktUcuce �i�in I he Ka|d land. Sl� inuti-.h nunc..' In writing kimnM be jlvem t  the CmiiuiIk^Ioiiit of b.iminiou Lati't* al ; Utawa rf 10 f..r patent. W. W. Ci.RV. I�cput� of the Mnlhier of ihe Interior. AT K KAN'S (Jmnd Display of Fane; Boxes of Candy by the best makers. English crackers, a swell lino at Isic. and 85e. per box. Our Santa Clans stockings, from sw. to Shod, uro cheap, saw you a lot of bother, and please the children best. We also have a few Dolls. Apples by the box or l-arrel. Fresh Oranges, Runnnas, Lemons, Ci rapes, Tears, Nuts. Candy, etc. Hot ten. cutt'ee nnd chocolate a specially. gather,,! round ill-' table, to talk lo leach olher nn I to list.n to speeches. 'The lli>.hop oi (Jii'Appellc was um- i n; the giieslM of the evening, und ' h'inn: ribut'd not a ."lit tie to the fien- eral humor by 'recalling pleasant memories of llu >'M years he has spent in the norlh-west. Sir Oeorgo . rlesiaxtlcs bu':k �t tew sen In in NewiK's w'us nno'.h-r guest, and Mr. to allow tho miiiiS'bn'h to havo etl in gold braid and silk streamers, j chant, and lie feels very conservative such as nover adonvi'i any Canadian with reference to prices which aro to dignitary, ami hi. followers wer-i , U> paid for the next wool clip. Somo dressed in a similar style or regard- |contracting has liven done. �t l*ehi, less grandeur. ! I'tuh. howover, at 21 c.nts, and in The B-Tgeuiil-ai-ftrms movod the of- Idaho i lie to hus Ikm-h alwi somo con- tlme | Mnicting, us well us in Wyoming thi>ir i The largest consumers atvt not do- J. W. Kean & Co Opixjsite I�. O. 'Phone 08 TOWN LOTS* 4> �1. (!. Cohiivr, just returiK-d from u[(]wn places, nnd when tho hou�" ad-ling much in territory wools in Hos-1- ii;;-thy ('ana lian tour, was in the | i0urnewl a few miliums lator all tha ton just at present, ulthough oi-ius-chuir. Sinh opportunitieH of pleas - 1 cabiiv.'t nvnistcis approaching ''lli� J ionally tlwy take on a fairly good-r.nt conference bc-tiveen all how vvho are inteivtaud in Cunado aro of the greatest value and interest. (iru'.e" und extenditl tho compllimnts |sized line-, but sales comprise uioitl.' of tho souson. lh>ro, thjn. is n n'-vv hierarchy to deal with. THE looked at it she thought C'ssfully dolics medical n.d AH (Ian-it was open. ' 'DAXQEUIS OP A COLD AND HOW ! TO AVOID TQKM. ' More futai % . have their origin in or result from a cold than from any Juic" jferiii/ attendant upon �n attack of I other cuubk. This fact atono Bhould make ]>eople nioro careful an ihoro ;s no danger whatever from a cold when It is properly treated In tho beginning. For many year* Chamberlain's Cough nemedy has been recognized as the most prompt and ef - �or from the grip, howover, may be avoided by tho prompt use of Chamberlain's Cough ltomedy- Among the Cut th.B out and take It to any I tens of thousands who havo nst-d drug �toro and fit free sample of , Uiisi remedy, not ono cuse nan t-viir Chamberlain's i�tomach and Liver-bo.n r^pomd that bus reunited in 100,000 pounds here and 'O.imO |iuun STRAYED $10.00 Reward of these wools thire has been quite a general representation, including tho worsted spinners ami the tninu-faeturcrs of dress goods und men's Wear. Makers of woolhn divtisgoods fectual medicine in use for ihi� din- have bought finn und fine iiuulium, ease. It acts on nature's plan, loos- land some of tlv� men's wear manu- ............... ....., , ought medium nnd (juarier lloo*t Tablets. Thoso |ahlets aro far super-j pneumonia or that haw not u 1 condition. Bold by All DrugglHta. ----------^ ��- lor to pills, be^ig easier to take and i For Kale by All Druggists. ' -- mora pleasant ^ eftoct. Thoy correct j--- 1U�t�brt�fcv. , disorders of thv stomach, liver bowels. 1 and | MINARD'S LlNUlEMT UlPIlTHKrilA. CURES (I. T. Orahain. Broekvillo. hasbo.>n selected as leader of tha Liberals in t'.io Ontario Leslblaturv,'. flc.n. Alger, former I.' A. Uirrell secrHnry of ISducatlon. j succeeds das. Dryce, %u sjcrtrtary t'or s0 Ireland. Michigan war, lb d�ad S. secretary U�� telougad to ;