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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 26, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta II is not the prioo you pay for a furnace that make* it oheap or expensive, but the fuel it afterwards consumes. A common furnaco may cost you $fi or $10 loss than a " Sunshine," but if it eats this up the first winter in extra fuel, what do you gain? Nothing, but all the annoyance and extra work that go with a poor furnace. The " Stinatllfl* " is in use from Halifax to Vancouver, and wo have hundreds of testimonials from pleated users. Sold by enterprising dealers everywhere. Hooklet free. McClaryi> LONDON, TORONTO, MONTREAL, WINNIPKO, VANCOUVER, 8T. JOHN, HAMILTON; GLIMPSES OF SUNNY ALBERTA HICK & WAKELY AGENTS 0* .Kotel Arlington FRED. ROONEY, - PROP. GOOD ACCOMMODATION FOR THE TRAVtl'NG PUBLIC EXCELLENT CUISINE BATHS HOT AND COLD WATER RATES ,$I.SO A DAY ILETHBRIDGE - ALBERTA ROYAL * HOTEL TABER. ALTA. Irvine & Lemon, - Proprietors Rates $1.50 and $2.00 par Day Lethbridge a Pretty and Well Planned Town Sovm* (o be a (.letternl Air of Comfort About the Flneo- Chnrac-tcrlst'ics of Western People. "If we could in west. Tho beforehand-after impressions are so different. On the return home oiio is no longer tempted to stay of western iimnJgratton literature- "Prfiaw! So western! So exaggerated! .lust a way of selling their land." As an instance Uiere was I/?th -bridge itself, tbe home of Charles' Mair, the poet |>ar excellence f w\>Ht' ern Canada. If we bod previously hod any Idea of tbe town at all. it was of a crude wvwtern village in Southern Alberta, wltfi Insouciant cowboys from the neigM>oring- ranch es wry much in evidence. Hut tbe actual lethbridge is u wvll-built, well-planned town with good hotels, pretty squares, well-lit streets and attractive if unlmposing buiklin^a. Thorn is a general air of comfort a-boot Lethbridge. and instead of ubiquitous cowboys we found ot^eost one phase of social iffo that was altogether charming in its combine, t . Ion of refinement and western friendliness; a condition likely to mnrk many of the newer western towns, wnere people of good family, linvlti-.l means and plenty of spirit were seek- Irrigation has Ijeen worked out to a practical success by a wealthy Ktt(j-lish comiwny. Tbe source of water supply. Is gleaned Motnew-lwre, is the "eternal snows" of .the Selkirk ranive who�.� | teaks lie 'bark in glistening splendor against the western nor1.- I The Idea of Irrigation was nvlopl-td here from the Mormon �.�tiers, who came Into CaivhMon seven l-eu years ago. On our trip up to their settlements we |>ns&ed wide regions of growing whcttt �ml efficient Irrl -gwt'lon canals', the company suppiy  Ing the wwtor yearly at ti nominal sum per aero. We passed through ranching country, too, where our engine dnlMcd tn the progress oeeis-lonntly to dispute the right of w.iy with a score of sleek cuttle on 'he track. The land is sold at S" and $t'"� an acre, nrcorcHng to location. The production of wheat voiild s.> >ui to be paternally encaurugol by the government, for laws have Iwi en-acted to coni)v>l the eattlcim-n 401-11-ploy herders, though the wheat, gr >w er need not build fences. At llaymoml wo vlsHe.1 a sugar factory that Is pre\torcd to 'mv thousands of dollars' worth of 'loots from sot tiers each year, and to kivp In the country $','00,0�>0 now sent out of it yearly for sugnr. It was es-tohlinhcd four years ago hyKnigiht a Mormon loader, ami hits a ca|�ae -ity of in.OOn.rovi pounds. l ticres, hut soni'.' with l�elp rult'iVA'te '20 ucres and make a comfortable living. I'ive ilollors a ton was \*aM for lieets last "year, and II tons |�er acre was ronsiderixl an-onlinary yw-Kl-20 tons -lieing- goixl. W entire factory ond its workings. Iwgiimtllit; with the 1111-iiiens,. lieet hIi^Is and t the mill Tliere the Nvts �-i�!�-r upon r most elaborate pr�H>>s�t, wbieh does not in any |>ortion utllitc ok! Im>ii.>s It wus nlom> worth a visit K> the factory to learn that the new chemical systems obviate any resource to Ixwies. 1 tmw a vast res|>ect for mnchinery. hut small nmleiN:�i>;liiN of it. Yet tW route ithosc bivns follow proved an interest Ing one. They rush up an elevator to lie washin precipitately Cardstoti ii>|V(ilctl for us tho re-oepHon aci'oi^letl' to Ixuvl Orey" ^n�t summit. There \s\i 1m�Us)tiiing � glimpsv:' 1 f lh� early wosl--the ulaning cowboy, the brWle, wml the typical oivwls at \ onlookers with hen- ami there a *.���- j stable of the niouiilod police on lus! well-groomed |iony. In sirong contrast with x�nr the railroad came within Ivnillng lis  tn-iict; of It, Yet wrth two 'hours' notice one hotol served to our party of forty and several lenirllng Cn . ittvs a seven-course dinner. After tilval nioal ami before we wont to tho h.dl to hear an mklress by the very 11 n-ecrlcttiAMt'lrnl liwklng Mormon !>i.i-hop, the chief cowlxiy riders w -tv bixmgilit in to us. They ww obeereil and praised, ami If .11m ana Dave Austin of Albert an cowboy fame ever bwikod buppy ami Mi.v- It was then, with a l*'vy of admiring .women about them and tho bwls of Ottixlston lookltig on with blundprhte in their boys. | )"!!�� " -! KATIIKKtNK IUOMKS. in tlie St. .lolin. X. It., Sun. Northwest Mounted Police tinderTfor hay DR, P, W. TULLER i-HYSIClAN AMD SURGEON LETHBRIDOE Jfflce-0�er Oit'� Barber Shop, Houra-11:00 to 13KMI noon; 3)1)0 to (t:00 p. m. 1 7:00 to 8:30 p, m. Office Nl|{ht bell tnd Teleubone HKV ScttllMl Mil. tSOIUmX'H CI.IMIl the Yiivgin IV^ak of Mount Marpole. field. ii.v.. duly 18.-The liiwt day of Alpine's club's nio�>t was signal -iwnl by crowning t'ls> viegln pent of Mount Marpole \vM-h Hk� custoiiK.'-y "stoneiimn." The party, coinistiilj> of ltev. A. DuiMi. Dr. Mclliu." of Cil SealwJ tenders marked 'Tenders for liny" will be received by tlic Uu-ik'i'xigni'd up to noon of Tuesday lhc. list .Inly, 100(1, at the Hurracks at Iji'lhhrldge for the delivery of r^ct gtHvn hay (uplaml or timothy) subject to the usual conditions as in stacking ami measurement for bay In slack, balod hay to bo weighs! and subject to ins|>cction and rejection at tilnw of delivery if found of nit In -fenlor cpiallty. 'im10 following quantities arc ti  Ak. After (, n thousand fi\>l thoy began tn j cliiuib up Hie slvale over the moral (. steep. of!�i v-erhanging cliffs, where scaling l-t-ear in enrmvst. Two |)mks were tlicr In sight and It was ilecwlod to 'in-.-.. C. M. M.H.C. M. Drs. DeVeber & Campbell I'liysioiiina mid SttrK^oni. Oflloe�-()tt block. 'Pbone 143, DR. B. JACKSON liKSTIST Grnduate NorthweBlern University Dentnl School. Oliicat'o. Officii- Ort Block Sealed Tenders mldressi>d t�> the undersigned, ami emlorsee receivod �t this office until Thursday. August 111, lUOtt. inclusively, for the supply .1 t'onl (or the Public lluildings throughout the Dominion. Combined s|k-ciffcation mid form .'>' Drs. McClure & Stewart Kl'KMKDN DKSTI8T8 . Office .). 1). TligiiibnlhMirs new Office Hours U11.111. to \'2 11. 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. M depth, while tho upper e.U> oil. i ,,,,v:k'r ln" �'!*nin.*l �> ap|di.,t ing n.^w fortunes ami new opporwn-1 l4w or c(|t ^ (or^, ,,,, u FREE BUS MEETS ALL TRAINS SAMPLE ROOMS IN CONNECTION "cool and refreshing Rowst's Lemon SquMh, Rowst't Lime Juice Cordial, Rowat's Raspberry Vinegar, Caley'a Fruit Drinks. Lorimer'a Lemonade Cryatala, All Good and VThoUaome | SHERLOCK, FREEMAN & CO TELEPHONE 21 '��. SMkaiehawu u  MllaSad by raalAtaca upoo iba aald land. SU monba* noltce in rriilnf abeuld be tlren 10 Ike Commlaalooer ef Pomlnlan Land* ai Ottawa of lattatlon to apply tor naMM. W.W.OOBV. Deputy of tna Mlalaiar of tba lalarlar. DRAY1NG All kinds of Dntying and Team work done promptly. EARL KIRKHAM PIONEER MEAT MARKET AT NUMBER THREE This market is equipped to meet the popular demand of the the diatriot. rwiD riorniNs, � raop. UUtt for artivo |>artici|Hvtt(yn In nut ion-4>uil(Hr>fr. i Soolul diAtinrtinns nro not always ; u.* strictly ilrau-n as tn Hk> wist. ii>:l ' ihv rosuH Is miner onjoyalilo 'n a 'country w*n>rp tho |�>r�onnl ('hino�>k, tlu' ltwlintf club of LotWiritkjpj. oixfiod its doors for tho Ami tl��' to uomon tho n4n*it H t�t(>rta�ni'tht>rl�isc men atwl woiiu>n watt one ot Vho surnrisos of our wi'st.-ni tour It illuininatcd ttw ronmrk of oik-young professional man who itot only left with (kmik) ,mis(fi vintjs an oust-ern home that �|Uiu> fulliU ttx> (am-ily* Centura*-old irudiUorn. of cul-tura and comfort. "1 c�an> wwt txt-auso nuch �x-collcnt opening won oftVml mo 1 knew I couU make monuy witd i was prepared to mako the iiest of ttvmKi> wxwtwn. Vou can iiim^tK- my r.j'iei w*ien 1 saw life here." JIU Htock of natural pfWH>soi>!iy- making ij,*-i**r. "oTtuTngtr-tiw wip-j pon^gf* every mort�l to whom-rwiun-,J daiioii in now in tho west w coikIiUoiih are - imui-le himUar to tin: c�ikI. We foiMMl. too, that L�thuridgo is more than a ram-hinfr di�trict. U is (rii�g\*l with coat mineH, pco*c|iicii>g a Ime liiluntinous coal which soils in the town at lo** tfwti f.'t a tun. Its irgrtcultui-al poesibilHiea upon irri. gallon are immense, while the town itself j� � market centre for the mining diMrict tapped by the Crow's Neet and Kootenay hranohes of the Canadian racifU:. like most other western townt>, too, it h�t� oihmi arms avnd favoring conditions- fur the men who will liuikt factoiies ami utiHw the cheap coal and raw- 'Material easily uvuilaWe. 'H>is is u sheep and cattle country, and 1 hut moans wool for mills uml U-ef l..r U�e packing houses of tlw future. Moreover, H is in this triai>i;uliir area lying hetwevri l^fWirkljfe, Cn!-gary and MnJlcine Hat, that Hie lloolrtns Irrigation Coni|wny con  'template Uie luiproveinent of H(Mt,-000 acre*. This company, mmU, up of Knglish capetallets, will also erect factories, among them one for ctmn -in^ vegetables and small fruits, Um vr!i.in 0ir.zy in depth. Somo itist. m.� wo.* eoveml li.v fontihokls tin 1 ill--blue ice of tlx* -glacier, lull 'Ills | i-iv ing too slow for t4n� miid.-i imh-i mm-li delMierntion t.l�.\v dnridM 10 ly him>' holes uielt.vl iiv s'lll i J. E. ALLEN Atcliili'ct uml StipiTiiiti'iiilenl UAV.MONI) . - AMI KltTA. rroin. After �oiih' si ilT climMn^ .-> ei i*�lgi's. so slvnrp timt safely .le| >'! ml 011 Ihe sure wrip of ImiikI-.. f.-.-lun ' kivvA, further |�ro�n'ss wis � �I I t�y a "f ''lM'K ti" l'"t t 'f.i "\ j ular, fifty feet Ivl^i nivl very mu.ih l fashion U'iwli,..| their .-. n.\ j up Its fai>'. Tlve otlntrs re.ieh.. I ihe i top Klir>g at i1k� eiwl of a i>|s- i> ! few moiiK'lits loter oo:l u "sl..i|.-Iimin" *"t upon the suniiitit of Mo'i-1 Marpole. Then N'Bn-n tihe d.-seeiii down thi- |ter|m.ndii'iiliir fuce on ilie 1 wr -nt.lie prosikic drite ncr.>K^ lb- prairies uml tbe human biuwlliup on tbe farm. At Inst too it has tx>gun to look like sugnr whim crystallizing it re:i"h ea a vnfuiim-pa�. awl as nifl ela (sugar and nioltisseti) is let down to an Immense vat. stirred thoiv, and separating into sugar and molasses nothing remains but to dry the .vm|m of Ntiow.v wveetnoss. Some plnnnetl. In Junt>, lOftd, the ivsiH-! a hustling town of ovor S.OOO pisi|�le j Mf)DKST CLAIMS hns grown t>vi>r the go|tlier tiolfn! The factory, yearly increasing iix output, employs more ttiari I'V men. with us many more on the farm in connectiim with it. .Magmih. wivn miles away, was iiuuwvl for ('. .\. Magrath. the luihl otimmissiimer of tbe In'lgutimi 11 lit) Hnihvny t'o.. und a former ni>;de:it of-tbe Ottawa Valley. Mugmtb iias a Miiuilary story of sirogress, but v iieal- not -is making the town Neli. Here U00 school etvlldren iiK-t iik. ami wirile their paivms hail been former Americans, tlui�e little lint fishers presentrsl tw iwieb with tho I'unaditui ensign, and heartily lifted their voices with ours in i�- Nait'ional Anthem. Nowhere in the we�t hud we wvn a finer protnis' of ibe future tbnn in this pros|w>rnus Hit to town ntitl its well clad, well tend. I children, their round faces radiant Willi hen I ih and Inlelligetice. Thf�> I owns are umlllly conn]>-wsl of Mormons. -Mormons. h�>wever, who nre not |m*rmitte>:| by AUiert.in Vows to practice polygamy. A. W. McVittie Dotninion Until Surveyor ion ot this ollice. Persons tentlerlug are it.>Ht1�-�l tluil tenders will m>l Ik> it>nsid uuli"-* UNlde on the print in! form .supiilieil, anil slgi^l with their actual sigiia -lures. Kiich tender must lie aceonipanii'tl by an accepteJ the| *i4v�*>fSjW ^ ^ a eaw a l-O...w o'cluct. Vimiliig biri icuair alwar* wclcumr. W. Bennett, C. V. Bennett, NO. Uec. acc whdher it was priKleiK to go furtber � ment without authority from tl�e Is- becaiis'> tif a terilllc storm of thuit.!:-r except by fallirrg. nlmost Impossible. At hist the nm>w fields and glaciers were reaelM�d and by means of swift *'(IRnede�" the i>nnty soon sttxKl on the green cnr|iet t�f th> valley. Th;1 gilkles had huslishen Come to Soi�incrn aiu>rtu. WILLOW r.RANCH REBEKAH LODOE, NO. 2 Meet* in rddtellows' Hall e ery aecond and fourth Thuraday. VUliora alway* welcome. Mrs J. Stafford. Annie Davies M. 0. Hec. bar.  OFTKX CAItRV IliK MOST COXYICTIOX. Ottawa, duly ai.-An order-in-council has been pasHml ap|K>intiag \ ten mile'tramp through l�uM.tho 0,w,.k ,,, ,m. av,^,,,,, ,k.nh(.n . tiar.v. 'IHwy aiv: Wuixlen. M. M f'nuley of Vermillion; deputy warden, H. II. Steoxlinan f IV'itotuogtiis-liene. formerly deputy wuitten of the reformatory fti |Vnetul>guiNhent': accountant, .1. .1. I'uKhuHin or Oriltiu and surgeon, JJr. For in of Ivdin jii-lon. Subon-'linate ollleers will no When M�Jrtm. the famous *im in-  doulit be welectoJ t.ythe wwr.i n. vmitor, iilaceU his gun before a com-1 %1 . . . mlttee ot Jialges. he tftaknl its .any- j Mr '^wson. ins|s>eior of imimi-m  ing power to Iki much Iwlow what hej tiaries. is imiw in the west to install telt sure the gun would uccompdsh. ! the new officials Two result of the trial was therefor* _0__ a great surprise. Instead of uUup-pointmeiit. II Is (he same with the manufaol urers of Chaiivlvr la ill's Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Itemedy. TI ey do not publicly (toast ot all this remedy will accomplish, but pr.-fer to tut the users make the statements. What they do claim, is that a will positively cure diarrhoea, dy son try, pains in the stomach and bowels and ha* iiuver been known to fail. For sale by all uiuggists. George Rogers LUMBER The Old Reliable Yard Xorlli of Freight SIiihI, Widest Choice Highest Grades Lowest Prices In the last few years inquisitive PM,lal,ft.,or>. 0, their creed Bottlers have found out for them*.4 ves thot the ranchers were self-lnter-e�t wo learmMit -|lon. the so-enlleil I*�t'ter-l>oy iwln-t'ltws io their own founder. The n- a,"i I imixing 1'ivss.) Several proioinent Winni|ieg fill -reus Iwvo ortwni/jsl a lurge rntuliioK rompapy for t ttiaf It only needs ctiltiva>tion. so met-lines Irrigation, to give crops of grofkni. In t0O.*t on unirrtoJttb'd tar'1� in jog io the humber of his offspring. ; position which they occupy, soutlwrn AHwrta 82.000 bushoiH of j,K |vor Ilftk|0 dtdigirt of , proininenit Wor -1 U you have eoiisllpalion. 1,000,000 bunhels. The area culti - ino, hi one-town of 1.200 people.; If you hove n coated tongue, vatod Is lirfing extended yearly. A-Jwhen ho said tho eh i Id rod of sch ml , If you are -Ahty. bilious, salbttv long tlic Boutbern Albcnta railway 'age Jn that town miinbered 300. risk 6 cents on Lax-ols. ---YARDS AT--- lethbridge. raymond, stirling tabor, It Will lJay Yru To See Our Stock Before Btiyi.igElgfwhore. We Can't Do It For what some others do vonr work for BUT WE CAN DO Better, which ia more itn-|x>rtaut to you, aa the life of your Shirts, Collars, Cuffs in lengthened by our |iro-ceBu of laimilerint? them. Neck Comfort Tsn.t ix>88ible when your collar ))� 'saw teeth" ttlyen. In our lutin-at Is'dtlme.'ft ligtit cm ting of l>r dry every collar is ironed with u stump's (liven Salve. The effect t-n j smooth, round, comfortable edgt�- no extra charge either. Phono 145. Wagon calls everywhere. Let us try a lot for you. Tiie will of John Crowie, u well ft1Kj J known merchant of London, Koglar.d gives Sl,2.Vt,ooo f�r the promotion of temperance i�i ICnglance, i-orv;lM iouwl on. tlK* ehurcli raising a like nuiouiii uithln (i years I'ink Lips. Like Velvet. Hon 4i1 Chapped or Cracked Lips, can 'ars at 25c. Soi-J by J. U. lllffiulKitlmm & Co. Uethbridcc Steam 34 ;