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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 26, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta It is not the price you pay for a fnmace that makes it cheap or expensive, but the fuel it afterwards consumes. A common furnace may cost you $5 or $10 less than a " Sunshine," but if it eats this up the first winter in extra fueli what do you gain? Nothing, but all the annoyance and extra work that go with a poor furnace. The "Sunshln*'* is in use from Halifax to Vancouver, sod We have hundreds of testimonials from pleased users. Sold by enterprising dealers everywhere. Booklet free. tONIX)!*, TORONTO, MONTBEAL. WINNIPEG. V.*I^COUVRR, ST. JOHN. HAMILTON! GLIMPSES OF SUNNY ALBERTA LethbrMgc a Pretty and Well Planned Town Sevjnis to be a Dctieral Air of Coin-loi't .\'bout the I'laca-CMrarac-lorisl'ics of Wcstoni roo|�le. "11 we couW ill s�oine (asiliion take a vast panorama of our west down HICK & WAKELY AGENTS I Ok .Bold JWiitgton FRED. ROONEY, - PROP. GOOD ACCOMMOOAriON FOR THE TRAVILWG PUBLIC EXCELLENT CUISINE BATHS HOT AND COLD WATER RATES ,$1.S0 A DAY ILETHBRIDGE - ALfeERTA I I ROYAL ^ HOTEL tABER. ALTA. Irvine & Lemon, - PTopTietots RotM %IMdBd $3.00 pM* Oiy | 8AMPLE BOOMS IN CONNECTION i FREE BUS MEETS I ALL TRAINS pTaoloiCTOloToToToloio^ COOL AND REFRESHING RowM't Lemon SquMh, Rowat't Lime Juiee Cordial, Rowat** RMpberry VinegMT, Cftley't Fniit Driakt. Lorimcr't Lcmonaie Cryitalt, ^All Oooa and Wholesome SHERLOCK, FREEMAN & CO TELEPHONE 31 ; 'WESTERN - �mmmri i TRANSFER CO. M X Railroad Transferring, Dray-^ ing and General DeliverinR. Coal Delivered Promptly.- . HAY. OATS, SAND AND STONE FOR SALE x�aoa;t�;rxorlttn -itfcB-4hcy might realixe thco 4� sonw decree the glories of a natioi�al h�r-i^tttge thRt stMl BtADds only on verge of to mark nwny of the newer western towivs. n4iere people of good family, Mmitc-f means and plenty of spirit vere seeking now fortunes and new opportun-itioe for active participation in nat-ion-4)uild�ng. Social disitinctions arc not always as strictly drawn as in theeosit. ini the result is rather enjoyable m a country where the iicrsonal eqtiation counts for so inuih atvi the in*rin -sically bes't is apt to t�e pus-liod to the front. 1"^ Chinook, the lending club of Lethhridge, opened its doors for the Arsi time to wotnen the night it entertoiinud our press club. The glimpse obtained there of the culture that diatiinguishrs a numf^cr of Lethhridge men and women wos onir of the surprises of our western tour It illuminated the remark of one young professional man who not only left with Mtoe ^misgivingsi an eastern home that quite fuliils the family's c�nturieai-old traditions of culture and comfort. "I came west ecaui� suc4� an excellent opening was offered me. . i knew I couM make money and 1 was prepared to make the best of th>ings western. You can imagine m^' t^'ivi when I saw life here." His �tock of natural phiilossiiliy- itite �W*'urttoTiags-the snip -PO^^^JB** every niort�l to whomi rcwun-ettttion is now in the west w^here in towns �t leaKt tha coivdittions are iqiiite simiilar to the east. We found, too, that Lcthbridge is more than a ranching distrief. It is fringod with coal mdnes, producing ,t One bitunuiKMis coal which sells in the town at Icasi than $3 a tun. lis 0grtcultui�l pofl8ibil*tiea upon irvi -gaftion are immense, while the town itself i�  market cenAre for the min-ing district tapped by the Crow's Kcet and Kootenay branohesi of the Canadian Pacific. like roost other western towns, too, it hae open arms and favoring conditions' for the men who will huikt factoiies and utilize the cheaji coal aiiridge, CnN gary and Modicine Hat, that the RoMiins Irrigation Company contemplate the imprq\-ement of BOO,-000 acroa. This coiinpany, mwlo up of English cap^taliela, will also erect irrigation has been workod out to a practical success Uy a wealthy lOnij-li.'^h coin|>nny. The souite of water .�^upfily. Is glenitod sioiiH.'W'iK're, is the "Heniul snows" of i>og'{�inst the west�'rn horizon. The ii;lt�� of irrigation wns w.lopt-�l here frotu iIh> Mormon s-�t tiers, who came into CaivMon st'veni:;L>ii years ago. Om our trip up to thoir sottlcmonts we passc wwter yearly at n nominal Sinn per acre. We passwl through rannliing country, too. whore our on--gino dnlt'iod in the progry.ss occjs-ionttUy to dispute the i-igh't of way wi'th a score of sleek cat'tie on '%'�c trock. The la'nd.is sold nt $� and an acre. �ccoiv1'i�ig to lo�'otii.'n. Ths production of wheat v ouki sr-.-iii to Ihj paternally encouragod 4iy the giovernmcnt, for laws have fii-, acted to compel the cat t lemon to in the country $';00,00ar its output was only 4,t>00,U00 poiinds, all sold within the proviiKC Outside orders could nod egiinining widh the immense lxv�t shexis and the llunios of water that carry the beots int'o the nvi.ll. I'here the--beets -nter upon e moNt elaliorafto process, wli'ioh does not in any portion utilize old Iwnas It �ij�s alone worth a visi* to the factory to leam that the new chemical systems obviate any resource to bones. I have a vast respect for machinery, but small underslandin'g of it. Yet t'ho route ithoso ibosts follow proved an interesting one. They rush up an elevator to It? washed; dropped down precipjtaiteij-they are cut ami forced into a c,r -cular difliusion battery, whei-e lyi'ng in cylinders the juice runs olV to measuring tanks ami the pulp th.-it remains is cotiveyed oulwido for footi for calt'le. The juice is twice tr.^al-er ciarific^l, filteivd again awl cvnp>r-ated. All this while the erstwhile bcH'rs haw been whirle) is let idown to an immense vat, stirred there, and separating into sugar and nvolasse-s nothi'ng reinain.s but to dry the heaps of snow.v aiwoetness. Some distance away froni.thb"'fnc-toiy the progressive -little town of Kayinond Ii��."It is marvellous bt.1 U'iie that in 1901 this district was ,o|>en prairie land wHhoiit a hoii.se on it, when .lesso Krfight and other iiK-n from Utah came in to look i'l over In 1902 fa4-ming andt ranchirg �(.ii'm! in connection with it. 1^ Magro'th, seven miles away, was name-i for C. \. Magrath, the lami ooiniiilssioner of t'he Irrigatiun und Hailwny Co., end a former i-es>.de:it of the Ottawa Valley. Magrath iias a srimilary .>�tory of progress, but \"heat-not boots-� mak'rng the town rich. Here 200 school (hildren met us, and while their parents had bwids oi onlookers wit'lj hoix- and there a "h %-ik'|. ley of Hritish and .Vnieriown ught in to meet us. They wo'.v oheerod �t>d praisi.')y temc ever look'8 niet^t was signuf-Ized by crowning tlte virgin poa'c of Mount Miarpolc with the Ca9lom�istlnj> of Rev. A. Duim, Pr. Mcliac ,,f Ci,!-giary and Hov. A. GoiKton of Ijtlp brrdgo, vitii tiwo Swiss gui? one thousand fjvt �tlK?y 'began to cM'inb up tJio slvnie over tiio moriil^r.f till tihey rcnolHHl the steen. of!i>.i � v-erhanging cliffs, where scaling l.ci'ii.r in earnest. Two |>o�k.si were tlii;r in sight �nd it was decided to rrTv.'^s from west to east. The l\r�: was siifTicientl.v dilllcult to give .'hmu good practice for t'ho much har.ler second. Uetwvx-n the peaks lay an inwnence glacier^, falling steep unit sHppery towaid the north to a fiM''-ful xkipth. while t'ho upper ed.;^ eviel in a cornice of snow overham>iii,t{ i; gorge dizzy in .deplh. Some ilisf, nr.-. was coveivd 'by foothokis ctit ' >. th.-blue ice of tiye'glacier, but Mil? | iiv 'ing too .slow for tilie guide.') I'li.-i much deliberation tlvey derid;1 to risk crossing upon 'tlic anspei.ile.l snow corniced even 1'hoi>gh thr iling of the cornice was greatly w rtKeiic. by huge holes iiieltod 'b.v s'ln anil rain. After some stiff clinvJjinij aot I'Mlges, .so .silrarp that safely dor Mi-od on thu sure grip of hands, ffi-ian ' knees, further progivss was s �1 by a �nll ot rock all but i ..r;> -i Sealed tenders inarUed "'J'eudurs (or Hay" will be received by tlic ua-dersignod up to noon of Tuesday the ;�lst July, lOOd, at the Ihirracks at l4.�t'hbridgie for the delivery of ,'-ood giH�on hay (uplantl or timothy) �.ib-.toct to the usual conditions as lo stacking and measurement for hay In stack, balud hay to be weighcvl and .subject to insfKCtion and rojcotion at time of delivery if found of an inferior quality. IMie following quairtities arc i'� -qui red: At Lethbridgc 12.5 tons, baled. At Coutts, -10 tons, l.alcd. A't Writing on Stone 20 tons, in stack. At Pendant d'Oroille, 20 tons, in stack. At Milk River. 10 tons, in .��tack. At Wild Horse, 20 tons in stack. Tenders to nuolc a price of ei'.h.'jr balod hay or hay in stack,, HMivorv to commence oil l.'ith August, 190f>. The hay to be gJ^n. 'Well curr.d and subject to inspection and rejection ns delivciwl. .'12 feet will be i !-lowed to the ton'. Each tcnr.lor must be accompatiii'd t>.v nn acceptnI cheque on a chart.!r-ed'bank for five per cent of tiln! t.c.nl amount tonr for Supplying Cool for the Dominion | lluildings," will be received at this office until Thursday, August 1(5, , I90t}. inclusively, for the supply .(i Office Honrs Coal for the I'ubltic Buildings I throughout the Dominion. t'onibi'iied si>ecification and form of tender can Ijo obtnincil on niMdiiat/ ion at this otlice. Persons teiwieritig are notifiwl that tenders will not tie considered unless iiMi'tle on t'he. printed form supplied, and signed with their actual signa -tures. Kach tender must Itc accompanied hy an accepted cheque o�i a charter -ed bank, ma.-te payable- to the order of the Honourable the Minister of Public Works, equal to ton i>er cent of amouivt of the tender, which will i be forfeited it the parly tendering 'decline to enter into a contract when 1 callcKlupon to do so, or if he fail to Drs. McCliire & Stewart Sl'RGTJON DENTISTS . Office-J. D. HiginbothiHirB new block. 9 Jim. to 12 n. 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. J. E. ALLEN AnOiilect and Superintonileiit RAYMOND . - ALBEKTA. uVar, fifty feet ^igh anfl ver.v siimn-h The guide in some fn�hion hi (nv.i only to the Swiss, bofli.rd their v.ay up its face. The otlHtfs re:>chi� I >-he top dangling at the end of a ^M'^ " lew nKrtnants Inter and �, "slwiio -loan" sot upon tiie .sumiinit of MoH'.t Marpole. Tht>n IjcgB'n the dL'sceiU down the perj>ond^and._,hy means of swift "CJK.sede�" "the panty soon "stood on the green carpet of tha valley. The guides had hasttmcd 'lv3causc in their land guides arc often killed hy lightning attractcti by their i>olishcd ice a.xes. A ten mile tramp thu-ough the forest and over moraiinc and a hun-driart.y;, drenchod �"ith rain and hail to camp O'nd to the sleep of the jii�t, after fi'n ailisMice of. fifteen stressful hours. complete the vork contracted for If the tender !� not accepted the cheque will l)e returned. The Department does not liiiwl it-welt to accept thu lowest or any tender. By Onder, FRED OELINAS, Secret a Deimrtmont of Public Works, Ottawa. July R. 1906. Vewsivoi�er.�� inserting this adveitise ment without au'thority from the l>e-parttnent will not be paid for It. A. W. McVittie Dominion Lane) Surve}'or Will devote his entire time during the summer to laying out new townsites. Contract pricea on application. fi5�-0ffice at the Coaldale Hotel, LetbbridKer Lethbridge, Lodge No. 2. LO./^JOrsO.F. Mert� In Oddfellow*' Hall everv |frl.:u>o'clock. Vintung brr'i ,irn air al welcome, W. Bennett, C. V. Bennett, N.G. Bee. nee PENITENTIARY OFFICIALS. WILLOW ERANCH REBEKAH LODGE, NO. 2 Hrets In rddr*llo�-�' Ball e er; eeond and fourlb Thursday. Vlaitor* alwata welconr. Mrs. J. Stafford. Annie Davies M. o. Hec. Mr. Two Ontario Men Come to Al'berta. Southern rectories, among them one for cnoin -in'2 vegetables and amaU fruits, tho climete and stril here helng must favoraihl.e for their production. In the taut few years itKiii^iwitive seitlers have found out for t4Kms-4 -VM 'tiMit th� ran^ra wero aelf'intur-4tns, however, who are not permit.t�>,i by Alhcrtan taws to practice pol.vgawy. Books explanatory of their creed were liberally supplied to our car before we left t4K> district. From thes^ wo learned iihat they pro'oss lx>Jiof in most of the esewtiaJs of the Christian creed/ wit*i, in mMit -Ion, the so-rnlled I,a(tter-I>ay ,re*'>ln-Mons to thoIr own founder. The a-nHinlng tdotnil of that revelation indicates that a ntorlal's ponition in hooven will 4>o more or less accord- MODEST CLAIMS OFTEN CARRY THE MOST CONVICTION. When lleatim. the famous ^uu inventor, placed his gun bcfdt^ a cuin-Ofittae of judges, he trtated its carrying power to be much IksIow wl^at he ielt sure th�[ gun would accompli.^. The result of the trial waa therefore great surprise, instead of uisap-pointnocnt. It Is 'the saute with the mahufaoturers of Chaintc^iiain's Colic Cholera aiMl Diarrhoea Keinudy. Tl ey do not publicly boast of all this remedy wilt accoottplish, but pr.!tcr i o let the users make the statements. What they do claim, is that it will poBitively cure diarrhoea, dyscntry, pains in tha stomach and bowels and ha� never hem known to fail, t'ut sale by all diuggiatB. Ottawa, .July 21.-An order-in-council has l)oen passiMl aptK>int/ing the officers of tl�e AMjerta peniten -tiary. 'iWy are: Warden, M. M. Cauley of Vermillion; deputy warden, R. H. Stoadman of IVnetang'iii.s-hene. formerly deputy waiden of the reformatory at Pcnetanguisheno; ac-coimtant, .J. ,1, Cashinan or Oriltia" and snii^gconi, Dr. Forin of Edmonton. Subordinate officers will no douM 'be selected toy the warii Mr. Dawson, inspector of peniten -tiaries, in now in the we.^i to install the new officials. - George Rogers LUMBER The Old Reliable Yard North of - Freight Shetl. Widest Choice Higliest Grades lowest Prices n. C. CABINET RUMOR. "Tho Cranbrook Prospot'tor has the following concerning the movements of a former well known Kildonan boy: It is rumored that W. R. Ross>, M.P.P., has an object in \'i�iting the coast at this partiicjilar time, anag Men. (Winnipeg Free Press.) Several iirbniiinont Winniiicg ciii-7.0ns havo pi^nizcd a large iranching t^nipany for. tifia piii-^*iKi^ of carrying on Nitock raising in Sout'liorn AVlMrtn on an ex'tenaive scale. A iirospecfus fhos liwn issuod for privnlo circulat-io.'i among prospective shaivholders and will siliortly bo made public. KINO CANNOT COME. The iviU of J'ohn Crowie, a well known inorchant of London, England gives �1,2.'50,000 for the promotion of temperance in England, under tho direwe| Laxativ'. It you have constipation. If .you have a coatud tongue... If you are dizzy, .bilious, salloA', risk fi cents on Liuc-ets.' Pink Lips, Like Velvet. , Rou-;h Cbap|>ed or I'lackal l.,ips, can ',.1 ) made UH Hoit as velvet by applying; at bedllmo,.' ft lig ironed with a smooth, roundrcomfortable edge-no extra charge either. Phone 145. Wagon calls everywhere. Let us try a lot for you. bcthbrfdfc Steam ;