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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 1, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBMDGBHEB'hLD ."UPSON & MJCtSAT (AN Publishers s e. si Mr son \v. a ' lUl'HAXAS fjaBSCRIPT.tON I , Advances - 91.50 a year UierwlB* * *2.00 a year ADVERTISING. Pet Month  SI.00 Per Inch liosition to 11dm. Win. Teinploiiinn. Mr, Teinplemnn deserved election by iircliiiiiiil ion. Sir "Wilfrid .Laurier r.nys the ti�* must lie maintained between Can-ndn mid (treat Uritain ;it any cost. Nobody has done more lo bind thi-Mother Country ami Canada together than Sir Wilfrid Laurier. Tin1 preferential talitV was tin1 greatest tribute 1 "iiniidii cii'i' paid to Hritniu. ami Sir Wilfrid Laurier iind his �go\i".nuwiU ^'iv responsible for it. The fanners in II >n. W. ' workini; in th time lias v a t nn '. Kinlay. :r inP ESTABLISH A CREAMERY Alberta is n province of ngrictil-Intnl possibilities. Tin- provincial government rvaliws Unit, tlu* great wealth of tin* country lies in tin-soil and the products of I lie soil. Tin* |X)licy announced by the lion. W. T. Finlay. minister of agricuh ture. last week in regard to the nmintonamv of creameries and the handling of other farm produce, proves that the uovcrntnent has the interests of the fanners at heart anil that the utmost will lie done to promote thr welfare of the farming community. Mr. Finlay is a wideawake, aggressive minister, and his course so far proves that he knows the requirements of the agricultural community. At a convention of creamery delegates in Fdinonton last week, he announced that the Provincial (imcrnineiit iitti tided I could thwart Unto continue the creamery business i people wi'huit tin- public i'rieiid He is al. the HERALD HAMMERLETS. Smith street must expect to be classed as fcininiiH* if it gets a switch. llieherl. of Rosebud, was here last week. ' Probably hi* was looking for another Con. member, so that \ he could arrange a three-hiimhd game during the session at l-ldmontou. ' The Hegina Standard says: 'Kaiu falls in the city and spirit j of spring prevail*," but neglects to 1 add "and the spiiil of mud also." i V. I'\ rein.i it li � I ' u aifoi'i I with the sentinieiits of _i.i Lib-oral* when la- !e-ie.tied Ins seat as nieinber for Prinee Albert in the j Saskatchewan I ,e"i-.!.1' t ll re. The revelations in that riding disgusted all true Liberal*. ;iub-1 they , "The Kgg Producers" was tin*attraction ' at the local . theatre on Friday last. A Montreal lawyer charged a client a fee or S.'tO.OOU. He must have lioon tiguvingon u Uip around the world. The judges at the wed show do-eided against (lax with mustard, but we did not. hear that they, had any complaint against rye with 1'piUlUil: in its present form, as established and conducted by the Dominion sc of making loans under certain conditions to fanners' associations for the purpose of establishing cream-ories. and also that the government intends to go into the business of handling poultry, eggs and pork, establishing packeries and cold-storage depots for the transaction of these businesses on the same basis as the Dominion (iovcrnmcnt ' established the creamery business. J The Premier and Hon. Dr. De-' Veher. minister without portfolio, were present at the meeting and acipiieseed in the statement of policy. Tin* fanners of this district should interest themselves in the establishment of a creamery at Lethbridge. It would furnish them with a good inaket for their milk and also promote the dairying industry in this section. There is � great field in Southern Allx-rta for creamery butter. It could lx- disposed of at good prices, and the demand would stimulate the funnels to add to their dairy stock and make dairying an industry of no mean importance in Alberta. of the I �� coining aware o| their tnctie-i. ! >r. Tyreinun too!, the manly and 'Honorable euuisc and I i-fused to In Id the "--i ; t under i lie ci renin..' .1 ic-es. (i. Were the . I most The M.l'iee (' Hew >:ill.iKKl opera Win nip-'.,' bridiri We have to ltd aw; to get the tie.\s. \\ StlU.IKKI ojh-r.i l.ou-,. ened in l.ethbridge. of one is out i >f Slid.I Watch l.eihbridu. i. o j * I, i h I I 1.1' j lllllse ;,| |,eth- j V'ree Press* I .IV I Ti III Iiollie I i- ' -lily \v:sh ha.) i.een .. Th-prosp. a I | if, al CAUGHT ON THE FLY. H. .Johnston The Masons royally treated in Medicine The "At Homo" given to ;tand lodge was one of tin* elaborate affairs 1 ever attended. Medicine Hat is a good town and the citizens delight in showing sir,' nuers around. I). .1. Whitney I have cottonwool I trees on my farm ten feet hinb. All the (reus I plcnted two years nyi are comiiig along splend- RAYMOND'S FINANCES Badly Muddled up by the Late Treasurer. (Raymond Chroniele.) In the matter of the Matheson shortage, the secretary-treasurer is sending out circular letters asking >arh tax payor for his Unio tax ie-coipt This step has been found necessary, as the company which IxMided Mr. Matheson requires the exact amount of the e\-treasurer's defalcation, and this is considered the most practicable ami satisfactory way of obtaining it. The town ollicials are experiencing consider-able difficulty in supp'yiug the information demanded by the bond company, the receipt stubs having "been either taken or dcstioyed b\ the ex-trcasurei. The exact amount of money received I'm taxes may never bo some tax pa pi is cannot bo reached, in other instances rcei ipts have been lost, and in others taxes have U and no receipt was taken. The town book- prom id inextricable jumble, and, now looks, the town stand-a heavy percentage of lln-shi despite the fact that it Iru! p i'd itself with a e'a.lHH) bono the auiount unaccounted not exceed 81.'.' According to the best tion obtainaV>\e. no tra-e boon found of the fugitiu FAMOUS venile - Bostonians Thirty Clever Child Artists famous All over the Great West. i paid l n: as to los. "Itage ir -t--.-l wbil This company of wonderful little folks will present bright operas at 's Hall on Thursday and Iday, March 1 and 2 it sure and reserve seats al once at J. JJ Higmhotham's J lor lie. infoi iiia-has v, t I' j Dr. Statidish. Walkerton, Out. | Hctter horses are raised in Alltena !.iinl Ontario than any other pmv-: ii'.e.> nl Canada. Mir in- l-'vi-ry day |�ople frmn tin Slates and Eastern |�oiats are visiting tin-town with a view of loc-iting here or in the districi i-iose at hand. Then- is certain l be cnase in p ip'.ilatii 11 ih. Lethbfidgi boost. Kveiy tiiia something tl. brid .... a. Campbell I drove up from jTaber. and the rowl was very good. i W. A. Hainiltoii- The home-I bred birds won at th�* poultry show and that's a gooil sign. | .F. J. Young. Calgary Herald i Lethbridge is Irmud to Fx* tlie dis-! tributiug |Kunt tor the south conn-1 try. Volt write r! tli r sa\  I., th". MONEY IN HENS. Why can't Southern AlU-rta In a groat poultry-raising country The poultry show here last week shows what can lte produced in this happy laud of sunshine Few people, wo feel, are aware of the w�?alth produeexl by the hens who strut altout the barnyanl. Hggsare id ways in demand. Wo havo'nt to ilopniul upon u local market, fi r px'ople (til over the world want egi s. and they are just as eager to i,et them iu Allterta ns* any i>laee else. We all like good chicken, l�o lei. stewed or roasted, so I lie hen lur-nishes two sources of revenue, the egg first and its own 1 it11*- self second. Wequest ion whet herany lineof fanning is as profitable as poultry raising, especially when the small outlay and slight trouble in inisiug and little expense in feeding is considered. JXjwii in Kansas hens make more money for the farmers than anything else. In that State tho hens produced 97,22*1,111 worth of eggs Add to that the money secured for hens, sold as meat, and it will bo quite easily realized that Kansas is making heaps of money out of tho birds. Why don't some of our fanners branch into; the hen business and establish u big hen ranch. Let us gain a reputation as the great hen and ugg country of Canada. There is money in it, and few of us turn our backs on propitious that means full pockets and big bank accounts. If Kansas can make millious out of eggs, surely this country, whero tho sun always shines, would stimulate tin; feathered cacklers to produce eggs. That would bring millious to our laud. I The igt;.ir:iner o| s .1. , p. i|i|,. 'j;. frightful. A Calgary mia told a Winnipeg new paper that Central Alberta, principally "tin- lie-^iua district."' �.�uld be �.�itl.-d with Americans. Will sunn bo:'\ nil us when we annexed IJi'gina. TWO DAYS' SHOW i _____ ; Stock Judging Show and Seed Fair of Value to Farmers. -pel'ous. The west is e.-riai'ily pn A Manitoba t e.-lUiT ' able Im take a drive in a hack and be rob- I >own east ,vr h 11 e ill lii.dit.-d a j bed of a pile of in hi y. the (aniters walk and i anything but a banc!; their jiockets. Micryliody who has lire or a lamp, smoked , cigar, and every wntnrio. and their words of advice won appreciation from * those who listened to their addresses. On Wednesday. Duncan And- jerson. of Uugby. near Orillia, 'judged some cattle and talked on j questions all'ecting the breeding and care of that farm animal. He awarded the first prize for the best beef steer to K. rif!iin, Hev. (.J. .J. C. White being second. His decision was given by the points nu*tItalic! that it was correct was I'd"' "''shown after the steers had been who has 1 slaughtered and dressed. Mr. Tif-liu's entry dressed out three jx-r cent, more beef than Mr. White's No prizes were offered on Thursday for horses, but the judge,.). Standish, a veterinary surgeon from Walkerton, Bruce County, Ontario, usi-d a heavy draught horse, owned by A. K. Keffer, in marking the points to Ix? considered in judging For geuernl up- miners Attention I Manufacturers of GREY IRON AND BRASS CASTINGS MACHINE SHOP WORK PROMPTLY c: COH'AECTLY EXECUTED MINE ANTfJ SAWMILL WCiK A SPECIALTY j& �? our le.l should ill -11- 'I'o iirotecl jour m from dust have one of lllteis. The;, ale >,tii"i_' and durable. 1 av'im a cclluloivl front and a nickel back with felt protect case from -a ratel - ing ..... Price 25 cents CASTING No in.itti-r ! nice lo hgure on your MACHINE WORK iow large or how small .'� AGENTS FOH C ' st :;.ini pump C.'., -loom nd l.ot le'LT.I'l.i 1' ;:il-.'. Li virne-.' r' re. ii ; i.-. :. �: I Cann.-linn A:-\i:r,' rs Co , Asl.ostor cf ir.rr.t 10 Vvuu'. i !i;tiii" ini'l Pump Co . v/ im'N �'' iv) to !) to Wm. C. Liphardt Succeticr lo A. Z ll.jx Jeweler - Optician NOTICE Not ie.- I-, h, i-el.y g.Ven that the town of |."lhhiidge will. at. the liixt Se.-wieil of the legislative As-si inl'ly. for the Province of Allterta ap|ilv to,- an ( Irdiuance inci.rpolltt-i:.-;" il a city, with all jiowers i  .... anl iue.'dental thereto; an 1 ! � r-.tit'y and contirm certain I l-l.eiiii.i-is-.u, d in pursuance of l!i I..-.. \" . IT'iof the said town, and ;.!... to ratify and confirm Bylaw \. . l! �' of ;l-.e -aid town, and a i i . I -.. 11 ;c;|-.---nn in i-ntered into liar, �in-1.'.- witii ee.tam Wailwaj ( \ -111] l.-lli'l-'. hated tiii- "ith day of dannarv. A. I). IIt'*'.. ( 'oil\ be-.le i*C Ives. NOTICt. NOTK'K is hercbv giv. � I,, II that application will be made to the I'arlianipnt of ('anada at its r.est session for an act to incor|.'o|-ate a | Kailway (.'ouipany under the name . of the Alberta Northern Waihw.y j and Coal (.'oinpan>", with power to j construct and operate a lai-- of !{ailway from a point in ' r ic-an Lethbridge. theucv' Norlhv.e-teily ' your lands. ^ We have some bargain;-, for you iu irrigated lands or in � winter wheat lauds, well |o- '-� if". 1J 11 i v 11 ..I..I I I'. ' t :l III r.i�-in :i:l, M .�if|..^ �n i---l '.ul.a. .s n.-.aicticwan af'il aa 1 "al. Lot rf*icfve�l. >'.-i'!nl I--, ji-v I'fri-on wb�i� Hie , i fji'i.i--. c.r am-miicfiiiTMyeaiH ncfplire and develop mill �.a i... ,.r u ..- .,vi.�itr ui posits of coal and oilier mini-raN: '.ii'i- peritoiia It at ifce locil Mii,-i a. �!�., i, ttr is �} lo be for the general n�-u-.i.!i-r .:e. irci.. Ac m�)" of Cailttlhl. m'...,i.-- ,1 .n.-r mtage  r it�- lotcri-.r Dated at Windsor, this ::oth dav � imr, �r�iu., ' 0f January, I'.MMJ. a-.n-ryfo-hlT. A. .J. AHN'OLD r' ,ua. . i.>�rrf.,r,B :lic ( Wind --i. .1u-v. el, in,.:, r iice ul 1 ii.-1 i: ;iSolicitor for the -.or. Applicant  h.t : 1 I', II atn'. r lut llilif at his r iind" EDITORIAL NOTES Yiutovin, B. C, Conservatives am evidently not  very gratified to tho Liberals for giving thut prov-ince u portfolio in tho Dominion Government, when they offer op- I'rince Ifiiperi may I historical |i ant o!' \ i.-u as the name for tin t i. minus, luil it won't ap[i average Canadian as a si hie eh-, ice. I'lac.-.-. >e. foau a all lleht T. I' t.t-al to the \ery sen-wit h two pea ranee 22 points was allowed, height, weight, symmetry, quality and ieu�i>ernn>ent being considered; head and uick.H points; foreiptart-ci>, "21 points; action, 12 points; body, 10 points; hindquarters, _".i points. (Juite a nunibi-r of farmers followed .Mr. Standish as he marked off the |H>ints of the animal, and the j infoi iiiation gaint d will 1h> axceed-iiiiily hidpful iu liguring up the \alue of horses iu the future. : The entries at the seiil show were not large, but some of the , sain pies shown evidenced that this (district can produco first-Glass grain. In the winter wheat class, hard variety, A. K. Keofer took fearless papaii in Canada. The |i,st prize, S1U. ami K. Titlin, see-iMoutreal Witness, is celebrating � ond, Sti. In spring wheat H.Uwat-its .lia.uond jubilee. This paper is ' kin won First place, sjUO, and J. II. .... , .....1 Harris, second, 9>b. In outs, a First pronounced in lis views on temper- i - Words don't catch on. aa I anyway I "rill e liupelt'u coniailii.ii w j 111 eurly Canadian hisauy in-ii r warranted a future eiiy bein/ nauied after him. One of the bet known tin! most ance, and will not accept advertisements for liquor or cigars. The Witness has live a a strong udio-catn of I'rotei.taut lights, but thct it is admired by people of other beliefs is evidenced by thi.r thr I .- i.*rhiif] . NOTICE NOTICK is hereby given I'l-ovince of Alberta; together with si'-'i ]jowits of maintaining and disposing of the said railroad aid work and such other power; ai.d n: iidege.i as are usually giteu to r.iilw iy comiiaui.-s. L. M. .lolilistoue Solicitor for the Applicants. s. , n. l-i i lie i Ottawa i r.r � i,..-|  :. ..a: l.ini ..iii tllll'lO i1 nam :. 1 � i n\y e mad  s li i v-rla-inn t r.... a-iire j' Ijct^islalive Assembly fi t tin *a. eie ucin- !' mcr ,,|- Alberta., at ti; rrn I, n,,- upon that . thi I'll... i'i^t S' -Ol i �'.it.- lie NOTICE NOTICK is hereby a 3!ontana. Taber and Ivlnn  l:; m i 1 a ! 11- I t.-r ii i>--it.I ii lu appl se of establishing a Club in the Town of Lolhbridge for social purposes with the usual powers incidental ''"hATKD this L'.thday of January. ll� CONYBKAUK. i*. IVKS, Solicitors for Applicants. |W. J. Armstrong JEWELER EK.JRA VEIt OPTICIAN. i,' i t.i- ,:ivi-n |i liailway Company, with j-o-.i >i I..h..O "i ii.-oustmet. "p. rate and iaai:.t .in ; railway from the i111 -1naiio; a a itie inu-iior. jj'Wuiidary line between Canada and |'he I'nited State.-; of Anierii a, at a point liettvecn Coutls and tic- i i^l-rly iKiuudary of the I'-ovim- of .Vl1^-t1a, to intersect the Ciow's Nest liranch of the Canadian Pa-nific Ruiivvay Company's lines at or near Tuber, and from theme northerly lo a point in or near the city of I'iltnontou. with povier to  lonstruct, maintain and operate other or branch lines from tin-railway above described, v.ot-rly ea DRAYING All kinds of Drnyir.?-; and; 'Iin work done promptly. STRAW FOR ha-LliT Morris h Hend-ricKs Transfer Co. CONTRACTING DK AYINC COAL DELIVERY the approval of the (Jovernor in from the said railway easterly or I''""'"''Ji with all the usual powi n uorth-easterlv to the boundarv Kr:,,,',;lV0 iv* CI�",liUl".,e dm* between" the provinco of aM'I,,! iiiuU^' A(;l' ,,lul 'o the town of Medicine II; in ^icrta and the provinco of Saskatchewan, and with jiowcr to con-ntruct other branch lines, m.-t to exceed in length iu any one instar.c, rorty miles, together with the po--i �er of connecting with otJo r "*vayB at any of the said points an< }�if maintaining and disposing of tin Cllr.ll Iii ll:.L accotni any (rdera all coal NOTICE. Notice is hereby givi n that iir. i.) -plication will be made to the l.i g-islative Assembly of the Proviiee of Alberta, at its first session, for an act to incorporate a UaiKiay Company under the name of The Alberta Southern Railway C; m-p;iuy. with jiower to const nn t. operate and maintain a railway from a point in the town of Lethbridge iu tin-said Province of Albeita, in a westerly direction tothe p.oiuidaiy line between the said Province,.ial the Province of liritisb Columbia; land from the said town of L'-th-! bridge in ,-i northerly direction to a : point iu the city of Calgary, iu the i said Province; and from a piint iu ! the town of Maeleod. iu the laid ! province, i n a north easte*Jj|4 | direction to intersect the sail I line front Lethbridge to ('al-'gary: and from said point of intersection in an easterly direction to ! the town of Medicine Hat in th" j said Province: with authority al-o to construct branches from any point on the proposed lines not exceeding in any one case thirty miles in length, with power to construct, own and operate telegraph and telephone lines, roadways, nil of which works an- to bedi-eiir- ! I rain ways and roads;n.d with power ii connect with any other iailroa..-. it any of the said points iu this aid given that jjpiic.itinu will |,o ina-ie to the i an,anient of Canada at th.- mo.! s  aoii thereof for an Act to incor-liloii 1' 1,(1 11 company to be called "The Trunk Pacific liinnch Line-; | <' ni| nny", with power to construct I ; n.d opt-rule the follow ing, auiiiiight J other lines of railway.- Prom Hrai:-^ dun to Calgary: From Calgary, or , in the vieii.ily thereof, to a jlllic-|. tion with the (.Fraud Trunk Pacilic liailwav at its futirlh tenninal.or in the vicinity thereof; from Calgary, or the vicinity thereof, to a junction with the (.Fraud Trunk Pacifi: Hail-way at its fifth teruinal, or in the vicinity thereof;From Calgary to the boundary line between Canada and the Cni'ted States; as well as such other lines of railway as the iiiii*. tiy it mill' hi nil lueii, hit eii| . � ,. . - - , 'o a point in or near the city (,'f |( "''-pai.y may horn tin.o to tune Calgary, and from the said railway \T\**"})\ �.or "^"i1!?,", west.u-i to the town of Lethbridge.! '|,�l'J"��1t'"n with ho (.rand link ami from the said railway . aslerlv , 1 H,'lUc "a�lwny Syetwi., subject I.. Klditioii thereto thu following, viz: to poswis charter, vessels, make and recoo-r share.'i in Hteaiuslui) business, to hold lands, wharfs, warehouses etc; and lo expropriate lauds therefor. I'i'.'jj" | to own hotels etc. and lay out parks; ' I to issue bonds on all ita property, t" iconstruct and operate trauma)s, Olliee- First door south -of valiou Auny liurafks. Telephone i I Sal- "'l lIllllIlllllllllIL^ lilt* I HIC MU.JI ui; Ul IIH" I � 1 1 i 1 t* 1 1 ......ii,,. naid Railway ami works iind will, lelophoneand su u . power to construct, own and operate i ",lul P'nT\ 1 V1 ? "1 elegraph and telephone lines road- j l� ^�\v�lop l�tnd and water p ^ wayMiamways:.., 1 road., and will, V*"* ��^ 11 ' " !" "in ii settlers; mid to se I or leab to, oi such other powers as an* usually - ,, ., ,, L. M. Johnstoni) Solicitor for applicants Lethbridge, Alberto,! Dated at Montreo'- this 30th day of Solicitor for Applicants. I Jaimury, 1900. ;