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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 1, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRMBEB'hLD � UPSON A BUCSAT publi.ttiers f E. SJMrSOS w. A � BIXHAXAN SaSSCftlPT.tON: I I Advance - f 1.50 a year iKetwlM  �a.00 a year ADVEB VISING; Pet Month [X)sitioii to lloii. A\'iii. Ti'iiiploinaii. Mr, Tt.Mti])!omiin (IcsiM-vcfl (.-liTtiuii by'ju'cliiiiuitioii. Sir Wilfrid Laiii-icr g.mvs tin: tio must b(>"infiinliiijKM] be(wi'in Canada and (Irojit Britain al any eosl. Xoboind tlu-Motlior Conntry and L'anaila to-gctl)er_ lliaa Sir ^\'iI^rill liauricr. HERALD HAMMERLEn. Smith strot't must exp�'ct to he I lassf'd as I'cminiuo if it Rots a RAYMOND'S FINANCES ESTABLISH A CREAMERY Albertfi is a proviiici- of agricid-tnrnl jMSsi bib ties. Tho provincial govenniient reali/ses Uiat tiio gn-at wealth of tlie conntry lies in tlie soil and the prodncts of tbi' soil. The [Kjlicy annonnccd by tiic Hon. \V. T. Fiiday, minister of a^iricul-t\iro, last week in rejjard to the niaintcnaneo of creameries and the haudlins of other farm pv^>d^Ke. proves that the izovernment has the interests of the farnit-rs at heart and that the utmost will be done to promote the welfare of the faruiinLi; oomniunity. Mr. Finlay is a wideawake, aggressive minister, and his course so far proves that he knows the rotiuiremonts of the agricnltnr-n\ connnunity. At n convention of emimery doleg.ifes in J^dmonton last week, he announced that the Provincial (lovernment intcndwl to wntinue the tireanjery business in its ijresent form, as established and conducted by the ]>)uiinion (ioveniuient, and to set aside a sum of money for the i)urjx3se of making loans under certain conditions to farmers' associations for the purpose of pstAblishinj^ creameries, and also that the government intends to go into the business of handling ixmltry, eggs and ixirk. establishing packcries and cole dis-lX)iied of at good prices, and the demand would stimulate the farmers to atld to their dairy stock and make dairying .in industry of no mean importance in Alberta. l.OO Per Inch ! The prererenUaJ taritl' wns tlie greatest tribute '.'aiiada ever paid to Britain, and Sir Wilfrid Laurier and his roNcrnineiit \ven' respun-.siblc for it. Hiel>t^rf. of Rosebud, was hero last week. � ProbabJ}' he was looking tor another Con. meinljer, so that: lie 'could arrange a three-liandHl game during the session at Edmonton. TIk^ fanners have a tiiie in >lor W. T. Finlay. working in tli-'ir intrn-st time. -Pi'. 'l'yri'U\;iii ailed iu arruvd with the sentiments dC i;fK)d Liberals v.'hen lie resi::iied his seat as nunnUer for Prince Albert in tin-Saskatchewan heuislalnn'. The revelations in tiial riiling disgnsted all true fiiberals. Cerrnption and crookediies.^ sluadu liave im hn,u,'ht these exil.'s Ixith while in oiijKisilion and in iwwer. 'riic Idanie i'er ihc eoudiiet in Pi'iiK-e .Vil)ert liues not rest ii|;on Dr. Tyreinan. bat upon suine over-zealons men. who lliou^iit they could tl'.wart the opinions of the [XHiple witlijut the pulijie i)econi-ing aware ot their tactics. Dr. Tyrenuni tooic the manly and lion-orable conise and rct'iLjcd to licid the sciitinidcr the ci^�^\m^3tances. The  Regina iStandanl says: I'Hain falls in the city and spirit of aprinij prevail-i," but neglects to '(ru'iA j,l0. opera hon.-i'' liad lieen opened in lii'thbridgo. Tln^ [imspi'd (}f one is onl of sight at pramya�l. Eggs are always in demand. We have'ut to depend upon a local market, fer peopte all over the world want egj. s. �nd they are just as eager to get theoi in Alberta as any place else. We all like gootl chicken, Ix) led, stewetl or roasted, so the hen furnishes two sources of revenue, the egg first and its own little self second . Werluestion whetlierany 1 i n eof farming is as profilal>le as poultry raising, especially when the small outlay and slight trouble in raising ftud little e.\ix)n.se in feeding is considered. Down in Kansas hens make more money for the farmers than anything else. In that Statt the hens protlucetl $7,22^,111 worth of eggs. Add to that the money secured for hens, sold as uieat, and it will be quite easily realized that Kansas is making heaps of money out of the birds. Why don't some of our farmers brancji intoj the hen business and establish a big hen ranch. Let us i gain a reputation as the great hen and egg country of Canada. There is money in it, and few of us turn our backs on proiwsitions that means full ixKjkets and big bank .accounts. If Kansas can make millions o^ut of eggs, surely this country, where the sun always shines, would stimulate the feathered cacklers to produce eggs. That would bring millions to our land. Watcli Lelhlu-idu'c u-row. l\very day i)eople from tln^ States and Eastern ixjiats are visiting the town with a view of locating here or in the district clo.si' at hantl. There is certain t-n to Every time you xvrite a letter say somelhini; that will ;iilverlisi' f.cth-bridyre. The ignorance of .sonir ])e .)p!i> is frightful. A Calgary nian told a \Yiindpeg n('W:;p;iper that Central Albt^rta. i)rincipally '"tlie Kegina district," would be i;ettled witli Americans. \\"iii somehody tell us when we annexed Kt'gina. Till.' west is certainly iirosperous. A Manitoba farnu'r was able to talvc a ilrive in a hack and be rob-Ijed of a pile of money. I )own east the fanners walk and never have anything but a bunch of keys in their ]X)ckots. Everybody who has lighted a tire or a lamp, smoked a pipe or cigar, and ev('ry woman who has got up in the night and struck a match to see if there was a man under the l>ed. was patronizing the late E. B. Kddy. Eddy started making mattdics yeais ago in FIull. In the early days he used lo ])edd!(.' his products from town to town. nd at his (i. n. .lohnston -The Masons wur(> royally treated in Metlieine Hut. The 'At Home" given to the grand lodge was one of the u'o.=it elalK)rate atl'airs I ever attend-cd. Medicine Hat is a gowl town and the citizens delight in showing str:' ugers around. 1). d. Whitney - I have cotton-wood trees on my farm ten feet hifih. All the tre�js I pbnted two vears ago are comiag along splendidly. Or. Standisli, VV'alkerton, Out. -Better horses nrc raised in Alberta and Ontario than any other province ot Canada. A. Campbell -1 drove up from Taber. and th�' xomX wis very gotnl. W. A. Hamilton--The homebred liirds won at the ixjultry show and that's a good sign. .1. J. Young, Oalgnry Herald-Lethbridge is brjund to be the dis-trilmting ix>int lor the south conntry. (Raymond Chroidcle.) In the matter of the ilatheson shortage, the secretary-treasurer is sending out circnhir letters asking pach tiix ijayer for his ]!().�> tax receipt This step has been found necessary, as the company which bonded Mr. Matln.'son requires the exact amount of the ox-treasnver's defalaition. and this is considereil the most practicable and satisfactory way of obtaiiung it. The town ofKcials are experiencing considerable difficulty in supp'yiiig the information demandetl by tlu> bond con>ixiuy, the receipt stubs liaving 'been either Itdicu or destroyed by the ex-treasnrer. The exact auioiuit of moin'y receiv(>d for taxes may never be known, as some tax papirs cannot \m reached, in other instances receipts h-nve been lost, and in others taxes have been paid and no receipt was taken. The town L)ooks pa-sent a most inextricable jnudjle, and, as it now looks, the to--,vn stand-; to lose a heavy ix;rcentage of tlu'shoitai^e. despite the fact tliat it IkhI [jiMlfct-ed itself with u t>"),tX]0 hmu[, while the amount unaccounted tor dcji s not exceed'SJ^.OCHt. According to the best information obtainabk', no trace l-.as vet lx>on found of tin FAMOUS venile - Bostonians Thirty Clever Child Artists famous All over the Great West. This company of wonderful little folks will present bright operas at r's Hall on Tbiirsday and riday, Marcli 1 and 2 sure and reserve seats at once at J. D Higinhotham's ta. . - - ----- - - ^ ^ ge Iroii TWO DAYS' SHOW Stock Judging Show and Seed Fair or Value to Farmeri. The busines.s u.Yf\\\ death Eddy was woi-tli dollars. lour niiilioM Prince IJupcrl may bi'. fi-om a historical p-)int of view, all rii^ht as the nauii' for tla; (I. T. P. tcr- ! minus, but it wont ajjpeal to tlu average Canadian as a very sible choice. Place.-; wifli two words don't catch on, and anyway Prince Rupeit's conneclicju with early Canadian history ncwr warranted a futun' cily l)cin;i: naun-d after him. The seed fair and stock judging show Wednesday and Thnrsilay Aven; of great educational value to the farmers of this vicinity-. Several gentlemen, who are acknowl-edgecl as authorities on stock, were here from Ontario, and their words of advice won appreciation from those who listened to their addresses. On Wedncistlay, Duncan Anderson, of Kugby, near Orillia, judged some cattle and talked on ((uestions affecting the breeding and caK! of that farm animal. He awarded tlu; tirst prize for the best beef steer to R. rifhin, Rev, U. .J. C. White being second. His decision was given by the ix>ints method and that it was correct was shown after the steers had been slaughtered and dressed. Mr. Tif-tin's entry dressetl out three jjer cent, more beef than Mr. White's. No prizes were offered on Thursday for horses, but the judge, J. Standish, a veterinary surgeon from Walkerton. Bruce County, Ontario, usefl a heavy draught horse, owned by A. E. KefTer, in marking the points to be considereil in judging For g�ineral appearance 22 points was allow�Hl. heiglit, weight, symmetry, quality and t.....perament being considered; head and neck,int3 of the animal, and the iid'ormation gained will bo axceed-insj,ly helpful in figuring up the value of horses in the future. The entries at the seed show were not large, but some of the samples shown evidenced that this district can protluce first-class In tlie winter wheat class, Manufacturers of GREY IRON AND BR-A.SS CASTINGS C') () JItientiol! To protect your w.itcli from dust yon should have one of our insu-latefs. They are strong and durable, lavinu; a celluloid, front .and a nickel back v.ith felt to protect case from scratching --------------------- Price 25 cents MACHINE SHOP WORK PROMPTLY &COHRECTLY EXECUTED Wo v.ant a chance to tigurc on your CASTING AMP MACHINE WORK Xo matter how large or how small MINE ANB SAWMILL WCVK A SPECIALTY ^ ^ Gn:i-.Lii:a agents for Canada Fo;indry Co.. st.sam pump Gurncv Foundry Co., stsam nd l.ot. v. etc-" licatjncf. Canadi.in Asbesi CB Co., Asbestos cfn~tr.t. Ontario Wind i-iiC(ine and Pump Co.. v/iiid- rnills ot.c . wood and Dtoel water tanks, all capacities. 1 (f) NOTICE Wm. C. Liphardt Successor to A. Zitllax Jeweler - Optician Notie.' iri h. rehy ^;vcn tli.'lt the town of ti('tlil)riilg(! v.'ill, at the lirst Session of the Legislative As-send)ly. for the .Province of Alberta aj)i)]y for ;in Ordiuiuice incorporat-iii.h- il a.s a city, with idl jxjwers ncci>.S:;ary and incidental thereto; ;iik1 to r:ilii'y and eoniirni certain Debentiu'cy issuid in pursuance of Hy-lu\>' Xo. ]T('> of the said town, and alrio (o ratify and conlirm By-la v>- Xo. L!!i:> of the said town, and a eeriain agreement entered into tl-ien-andev witli e(,'rtain Eaihvav NOTICE. Coin[)anit\'5. Dated tl'.is r>ili day of January, � branch of the Canadian A, I). flKXi, C'onybenro & Ives, NOTICE is hereby given that application will bv made to tlu' Parliament of Canada at it.s next session for an act to incoriiorate a Eailway Conipuny niulerthe nanu' of the Albi'rta Xortheiai Uailway and Coal Company, with ])ower to oonstruct and operate ;i line of Itailway from a. point in or nciiv Lethbridge. thenci> Nortlnver;terly toaxJoint at or lu^ar Jlif^di jilivcr. thence Northerly to a jjoint in or near Calgary, thence Northerly and to the West of the Edmonton ^acitic NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that an fi]i-plicatio!) will be made to the Legislative y\ssombly of the I'rovii.ci? of Alberta, at its first session, for an act to incorix>rnte a KaiUvfiy Comptmy under the name of The Alberta Southern Railway Ccni-liany, with iX)wertoconstrui f, operate and maintain a railway from a jioint in the town of Lethbridge in the said Province'of Alberta, in a westerly direction to the Boundary line between the said Provinceaiid the Province of British Columbia; and from the said town of Lethbridge in a northerly direction to a Solicitors for the town of Lethbridm'. ! Kailway to a point in or near tvi- t^-^.'-'V,'" ''''^ f nionton, also branch Jine.i f,^ Kcd sfi'd Province; and from a poii.t in ALBHRTA t Synopsis Of Canadian North-Wesf. with loowi *^ �* �'^ X _� telegraph i REALTY Co. | We are in the Keal Estate  Business and can get you a ^ buyer for j'our town lots or your lands. ^ We have some bargains for ? you in irrigated lands or in ^ winter wheat lands, well lo- ^ catod and at money-making ^ prices. Do not fail to see us ^ befoje buying or listing. ^ _ ? HOMESTE.AD RRGLL.^TIONS. Deer and Wctaskaw.n and from iany other point or points on the jljroposed lines, not exceediiH.r in {any one aise thirty mih g in l.Dirth power to constnci and oi;eialo and telepliono lines, to acrpiire, develop and convey ovvv I its right of way. or otherwise, elect-.uric jxiwer, .and tosell and distribute cv,-r, n.:n,b^r.:4 n^cHon of Komailon ,|,e sJUUC, and to ac(iuir(! 0 iul OpCl- ,u.er" ::p:;':rrl>Tr'r^,r ^"te steaml>oats n.id ferries in con- may bv homchioidcd by any |)cr:i0.i who U Ihe \, nCCtlpU With tllC LadwaV, iUul tO so i> t..j;rl of .1 faiiiilr, or any mile over W Tears f, Jicquirc and dovi'lop millCr, and dc- u. itu' r.M?.uof o.-.e liiurierseciK-n of!; jxjsits of coal and ollicr minerals; ., , , , ,'iidl of which works are to b(id(;clar- liiiiy inai b> inuOe per.^oiia Iv at the locil .' V .  rtfoIio in the Dominion G.overuuient, when they otfer op- pronounced in its views on temperance, and will not accept advertisements for licpior or cigars. The Witness ha.^ been .-i strong ud\o-eate of Protestant riglit.'.>, but that it is admired by i)eople of other I.h'-liefs is evidenc;ed by this trilnile from lion. IL Danduand, si)caker of the Senate, a French-C;inad-ian Koman Catholic: ! have held the opinions of Tlie Witness Harris, second, ijit). In oats, a first prize was not awaixled, but r, Tif-tin.was given second, wiiuiing IjW. and J. H. Harris, third, $3. Mr. Young exhibited some very good : Bamples of wheat, but, as the quantity was not large enough, the judges did not jiward him any prizes. On Wetlnesday evening w. C. McKillican. of the Doiiiinion seed brancJi, Calgary, gave u very help-ful address on "Good seed, how to ISouvenieri China forfioir.c Mr. i:;c-rf�rn(i ;he cciul:t oim cun''.'cii'(l Iht-rcwiili uiiifJer iice of ;lie fJlowiaj; plans.: I. Ai Ir.-iHt H X in'in'.hs" re ^iUonc? upcn and cii!tlv:t;l )!! I'f :hr lanil In c:icli tclu- fur llircc 'J. If [he faJi-^r i't rr other. If Che iathcr Ih tle:i^a,ri�Nl) nf tbi; Iconic luaiJcr r-. si ales upon a f;iri7i In the vicinttr (.f 'he land t lajleicd fur the rO'inlriinenlB aa lo i'cfi!iU*iK-e mty he saiibfictJ i17 fi;u:h i erfcnn ic-i-liii mother. ;;. If ilic tfiili'i- lias hii pcrranner.t n Kiiluncc upon farnv;n.!; liiid ouik-u br l.itii In the vicinity of his lioi.ic-jtoac]. the roCKlrciiont* hh t* rctiilcncc; rr.av saii>'ic�( by rfhlltiioc iiiion ihc HalO kni'l. ^ Six iii'jMh;-.* ncllcf in wriiinrr f-honh] he nf^'i^"" to Ihe Cuinmifif-hnn'r ui" I)uniiiiliina with e.X c e 1J 0 n t Lethbridge NOTICE Notice is hereby given l(]ic;ition \s"ill lie nuidu at that ap-the ffrst scene s Call and See Them 'Nothing but tin* Best' Onr Mott(j- W. J. Arimtrong JEWELER EN>1BA VER OPTICIAN. Morris h. Hend-ricKs Transfer Co. . , . , , , I know and how to get it." Arch, m such high esteem that when it j^ijtj.],^,])^ Maclal, ni^ke 00 "The has come into coidiict with some cultivation of the soil," ami W. H. of niy deep-rooted convioliona 11 Fairfield made u imrticolarlv in-have often becouKi less aure that 1 ' i5f.nictiv(! address on ';AlfftJfa.'' was r'trht," Whfd, gn^ater trib.de '. /^ '"''S''^ S.*""*^-, ,', ., inh and Mr. Anderaon (?ave uik'r- could be paid a new::paper:' t-jting address, * DRAYING All kinds of Drayin-g audi Tet ni work done i^rotiiptly. straw Fon sale: TAm. KliTKIiAM CONimCTING PKAY8NC COAL DELHERY Cash iHiit;L accompany orders lOlfice-Firdt door south Sal-: vation Aimy barracks, , Telophonc 77 whix e.e f.uicr or \ NOTICE is hereby given jan application will lie in;ide. to the I ijegislative Assembly for the Prov-'jsiice of Alberta, at tlie fiist se^.; dii 'j i.feereof, foranact to iiicoi);()r,ili' il;e Montana, Taber and ivlnie'iifoii Kailway Conipan}', with jiowcr \o �^jnstruct. operat'.; aiul maintain a railway from the int.ennitional ?�oundary line belv.-een Ciiiiada ;iiul t;he ITnited Stati'.q of America, at a point between Coutts and tluj east-�!rly boundary of the P';oviiice of AUx^ria, to intersect tlH> Crow's Nest Branch of tht! C;inadi;in Pa- and from lliencc' northerly to a point in or no;ir the dty of lidtnonton, with power to �oonstruct, uiaintain antl opeiatc! �other or l�r;uicb lines from the railway abrn-o described, v.ett.'ily 'oaiX)intin or neiir the city of 'Calgary, and from the said railway westejjy ,to the town of Letlibridge, and from the. siud nulway cfiKteriy *o the town of Medicine Hat, and from the said, nulway eafiterly or morth-easterly to the boundary Hnn between the province of Al-7)erta and the province of Sarikat-diewan, and with jxiwer lo con-r.itruct other bvancli lines, not to exceed in length in any one iiisfanci; Torty miles, togetlier with the pow-�T of connecting with other J.iail-^vays at any of ihe said points and '*)f maintaining and disposing of the BJiid Railway and works Jmd with power to construct, own and operatc; telegraph and telephone lines, roadways, tramways �.nd roads, and with such other iiowcra as nro UGually given to RailwaycompanicG, L, M. Johnstono Lethbridge, Alberta, Solicitor for Applicants. session of the Legislative Assembly \ ^''^^ ^'i^'^ Compiniy-. lines (,f the province of Albert.-., for an i'"* ^''^''''^ ()rdinaiice incorporating "The Empire Chd>'' for tlu! purix)se of cs-lalilisliing' a C-lul.) in tho Town of Lethbridge for tiocifd jnirposes with the usual powers incidental thereto. DATKD thisi.3thday of January. it>..H;. � CONYPK.MiK }k- IVES, Solicitors for Applicants, all coal NOTICE NOTICE is hereby given that fipplicalion will be niaWe to tlie i.'ariiaiiient of Cs; to develop land and water powers; acijuiro patent rights; gram, aid to settlers; and to sell or leas-to, or acquire other railways, v W, H, Biggar. ^ Solicitor for applicants Dated at Montrea'. this 30th day of January, 1906. % ;