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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 5, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, March S, 1974 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Examining fish Bud Graham of the federal government's fisheries department, exam- ines young salmon as part of a project to determine how well hatchery- raised fish adapt to life in the ocean near Vancouver. importation Ltd. General Bulk Commodity Hauling DECK TRAILERS 614-4th Streets. Lethbridge "SERVICE ISN'T OUR OUR BUSINESS Phone 328-8762 Phone 327-0591 University acquires Carlyle collection HAMILTON, Ont. (CP) McMaster University Library has acquired a collection of letters by the 18th-century Scottish essayist and historian Thomas Carlyle which university authorities regard as one of the rich- est sources of original Carlyle material in North America. The letters were written to his brother, an emigre to Upper Canada. Prof. W. B. Ready, university librarian, announced that McMaster received the let- ters from six members of the Carlyle family in a purchase made possible through a special library endowment fund, which brings the letters back together as one collection. Carlyle's younger brother Alexander emigrated to Canada from Britain in 1843 and even- tually settled on a farm near Brantford, Ont. He maintained close ties with his eminent brother, with whom he had exchanged correspondence since 1819, and the relationship con- tinued until 1876. After Alexander's death that year, the letters were left to his eldest son, Thomas, and in subsequent years were divided among vari- ous members of the family living in Canada. More than 200 of the letters were written by Carlyle to Alexander over the 57-year period. There are also a number of let- ters in the collection written by Alexander and members of his family to their relatives in Britain. They present a memorable picture of pre- Confederation life in Canada. Thomas Carlyle was born in 1795 in Scotland and was educated at University of Edinburgh. As an historian he is in the highest rank, hailed as one of the foremost men of letters of his day after the publication of The French Revolution in 1837. His literary judgments were penetrating and approached finality on writers such as Voltair, Burns and Johnson. Buckwheat Buckwheat is an ex- cellent source of protein from 11 to 15 per cent (more than corn, barley and oats) and also has adequate amounts of vitamin B6. It can be used in stuffing for poultry, in breads, or be mixed with honey, raisins, dates and nuts as a breakfast cereal. Harry Watson Farm Supply Ltd YOUR IH DEALER PICTURE BUTTE PHONE 723-4587 Exclusive Dealers for HEATH SUGAR BEET MACHINERY also dealers for OLIVER INDUSTRIALS and ALLIED FARM EQUIPMENT See us at our Booth at AG-EXPO about the latest in HEATH SUGAR BEET HARVESTING EQUIPMENT and the popular FOX FORAGE HARVESTER AG-EXPO GIGANTIC EQUIPMENT AUCTION SALE SATURDAY, MARCH 9th 12 NOON IN DOORS LETHBRIDGE EXHIBITION PAVILION include new and equipnx Company License No. 071405 exhibitors at Ag-Expo. FARM MACHINERY IRRIGATION EQUIPMENT FURNITURE FEEOLOT EQUIPMENT HARDWARE MISCELLANEOUS For further information contact JERRY KIRCHNER 328-9854 TONY VIRGINILLO 345-4291 Sale Conducted By PERLICH BROS. AUCTION MARKET LTD. 3 miles east of Lethbridge on Highway 34md mile MUttli Phone 329-3101 Box 1057 Lethbridge T1J 4A2 AUCTIONEERS: JOE PERUCH Uc. BOB BAL6G Uc. 097454 TONY PERLICH Uc. 010292 ;