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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 8, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta had been a Insi.iU.. lions thnt connection on Olyn Hreel, ]have been made nininsi h'm iii street. H'.s.dt'iitu lu-ctloii with the Medicine Hal- A J1P TOSTAfFftto P^yy- a Waterworks System in (hit Village. 0. A KOWCT of llompns t( n dec- LEAVE SQUARE ALONE Advice given Town Council by the Coard ofTrtde. The Hoard of Trade, nl a me tl'V Inst night,. i�xpro5!Ml strotg t'iti'-provnl of any attempt to MH-rfeiv with the public b ,u.m> t r 1.11/ deviation of Haruness rood in the vicinity ! i|�>ii. Probably Mr. Pintle will fin 1 of the s.jtiure. pn Crab'.:o street also nsitjd toriMW-, w and water connections from Horn-tannic tiny thnt his friends were morj PAH street to Courll.-.nd street. Tho'to blame for the in 'Idem tr.n Kin Works dnd Property Committee wlllW Tieini.-s.-t141. Herald.) report' on the lctpiosls. I -o-� . Tho Menti.ry of the lionrd of; M.UUtIRH AT TORONTO. Trade wrote, n�:litff if the Council _ proposed conHnnin* the annual; ,, w.vrllff0 Colli?* I h..pol. Toron grant to ih� Uoarcl. J ho communion-1 , oVonllls 0f iv.runry 28th, linn refer.-. i,..lU.;l lho iimrrugv of on Market ,nd lininigraiUn. |M|W1 N ,, s.n,,.niall to Mr UwPg0 - Tho- lAgriciiltural Woele y was , w K MuUhcws, .vemHy of Loth-ffrantetl lho use- of the t.ounI Ch.,n - ,,ri,,SOi Kt.v- Mv. of Trinity1 *r for the farmer tnsl.t.Uo meet- Kflt>| Whlllt1li (),Mciating. I ?, on ..1,x" '. . 1 'rh" hrkle. whe wns givui B*n,vhv tleo Mel4wn. town loams or. wro.o. ho). f h(jr , kct( cnHPmta ,, B nrw| applyitu for an Increase in Halar>. f crope-dc-chhie trimmed with ik? pwiK-t. Tho nppllcatun wn� referre. to the w|t * ....... Works| Bnd Propovt.n tomimUv . , !.ou,|Uet of Lrirto'ii r0�*k. .�. lU-e.l aiWrciiwil the t ouncll In, M' John�on l.n.c.l very r.feivme t".""^^? ,nnr|(ls,; ^ we-rkM Commlitro to ro port iporte.1 the groom. Tho I ri.le� not.,- Th,.. MilRitor wns ,, st.uctcd to j , ^., ,.h,rmn , mi. write to the Alll.s-Chnlmer.s Hnllock .. - Co.. mu-liig th.U the Council will ^ ,,,,rs Prr gnire Mr. lle.d to operate the pmnp i " , | ' on the umlcrstandlns tiuu. hlH ��- ,,rWtWlllW , poflr, cr.�wi,. j ga�cmei,t dotfB not Imply that l*o Mr ,.:,|s (>'r Ww|mc (,(,|(> p ,ho sided �t The ninller wi\m hrottyht u.) ly Mr. Voting. ]insl(l��,>l of the Hoard., wh-.� had noticed that the suj^'estit u hid ilxMt made at the town cot n II to ! erect wnrulioiiw.s at the n rth en I of the �.|Uuro. Mr. Itvlaiitis tlid not think tie Coun.'il was serious in the muter. (.'. \V. tir.iy iviuiu-ked th .t il'vitiv-hous.s were bull) ilt.'ie. the four mill would also be creeled there. Mr H.irford w,.s �treu .ly � I W. Ilelid. rutin s.,itl lie woiihl just us 'soen see I'll * Wiirehouses A.i the public Hjii.ire as on Smith ftiv t. j Mr. Ilyl.ii.ds declared it w.\s a ih.inie the way th> purt'es who in-. temleif piHCn* up u bifi i.nrt rnvtly ihirtPI n ; were be'n ; ' siilly-sb. llietl." mate\i, ! M. .Ithnstone w'..� elu s n t > rep- nt to the bri;'e res.�nt the Hoard on a deput.ii.i n l.raeelet. ml ti th . w\\\vh gws to Ikhn: nu n t.�inerrow re^lstertd fit ntteitdi n:c of 71. In the following: summer a coHoRO'tniM-in* wns erected, cest'lng $12,000. 'this was thought, suifleldit for siiiKt i iiiiix to come. l�i>l l.eforo t/hc ch>5i� of i the coIIckv year it wa.�i found n-.�ccs-1 �,\vy to doiiblo the capacity of the j bulMlntt. ond ev\n with that ad.H- j turn there is njt sufllclent room to aceommo laic the many who aro >eek;n;j i.tlmlsslon. Tho pifrent is 260, riv I vteps mw;il a win ''e taken to InsrwiNO t'.M capacity end make room for tho rapidly 'multiplying applications thut are be-iiiA' ivcelvctl. WIvmi it is i\imenvbere:l t Wesley Colli*;: e. W'linlpi'jr. wh.ich litis teen doing' worU far years, oiily i'Pglstered Inst year an attendance of 281, It will ie iceu ,hew t'euintikahte Is the grovth of Alien a Collo^e. Thciv* is a stuff of H tenth >is. Tho ilepr.rtnienls at wort are arts, commercial, music and ' applicant h s 1 eeii t/im.d away from tlve Institution, even if he luw!n,( tinil pros-pproiis Ind.stry, f,-000 barrels n year, 'three thousnnil kegR, and sis humbvil half barrels i utv> Ucpt. moving In and o'ft of town the afternoon M:��icii th3jmi(| n,mthor roiiH^niimMtt of U�*tH i. s taken by Hov, .1. 10. (n U|H wny hnrfl f|.om M|hvnU;u>0. The Kabbnth School Institute hill in Knox Church on Tuesday afternoon and evening, tlrew , fair nt te-ndatice, and wns v^ry Interesting atrd helpful to Hab"i;fl|h school wcrU ers. In chair Wns llughsou, ami after e�or- . . . clses a splendid address was given lmSl ",olrth ,ao'088 "f by O. l\ Austin ,n the -Sabbath mr'n,,f^-��'�'> nt the br,wery paid a Mhaol JudBeU in tihe light of the d�V **v,,,l� �'",.v ��� "'^ Koven.ment of school." Mr. Austin held that the,1*�1,.tt ,.H,l,m, "V"r *,,0� �I|Wt,"> Saijeath school an I the day s.-hool Silk ''t�.en l.MH) mil manhood ami w.,manhoo.l, nnd to do-! if ' ,',,1;'l,,c!? of111>n,11K"-v n >Tr' v.,:,, sMongl.vts. and ^^S^KnT" IfVo^a^nS there .'hotild le tit etpially high ,iore barley, he says he is ivntl.v t, Manthird in teaching in tho �,u lifl- buj- it. SIMMONS & BENNETT Barristers &o. I.UTHDnirOE AND CARCSTON LotltViritlgo OfHco, Soullmnl Blonk Money to Lend on Town and Fnrm Property \V. C Simmons, tl. A., Crown Proircu.d C V Bkn.wt, 0. A, Ask j our licl;ot ngont for Uelsttj via tho Wisconsin Central Ry. .......To- Milwaukee, Chicago, and A'l Points East and South cation of the teachers, in discipline, i ^ ^ ^ town takes over tho putnts. salary of Mr. Uet ia i . >..,, o'Ple hutl to pa�s through two 1 new o" H was djt-tded to ouiltl a small;Mudl,ntll rM, UUOvIs ,n hu, of n, th- IVtstmin er shoal t;. ho VolKl wh, s,,,,^.,, ,,,.,, H.,h . rontnln fire h:9e for the north wnrtlj,.^ , ,, , ( The �.f Hf.fforji vdlage;^ ,,,,,,,.,,,,,, (hl. Coii^e. siibniittwl , MltitM from ih> r.Uc-.hoM , ^, ,. . Cl� pn.wrs, n�kin� the town to l.iy wat-'yM| " K h A reception was aflorwunls h.>Kfot Che home of the bride's father, 2.'�0 Heolrica street. Al.-out forty j,'"cst * �.ti tlo�n to the well-ludtn tabl Mr. ami Mrs. Matthews werei the> recipients of iiir.ny b.,uls.>uie and us.-ful presents. -o- TOOK OPT I.IOKN'SKS. �r mains In thnt village. A resolution v-ft� piisncd notifying the Stafford roU'pr.>'*!rs ,h,t WrtS ,'h', intent it n of tho town to lay water main* outside of th� boundaries, but if they decide to put in a system of their own the town will c. nsitlir tic ..ucsi-ion of stipplying water to t'e village. Tho Inspector rept it d collts-tions amounting to ?25,.�.2fi for Ko. mniV-! - draft petition to tie Rovern-1 According tt� the retuiii* in .\iy moot, in reference to the now �'>.'| cleric Hi wiiu.n's oltte\ the following charter, was .se'..inittotl an-1 onl.-ntl i Hcensts have l.em rtii-eved tMsyear. to be signed by the Mayor and Hee-j n,a,d:n(! louse. SI.1 lath-Mis. M. retary-TreuHUier. K. Devine, Mr.v. C. Towle. .1. T. The. Water Master r, portal that t),vi�.s. the s.dowalks on the south s.ile of Hlllinnl to Ford street an.l on He- Slnt? Ki�'. Sam1. V. " 1 of $S�0.7� I Sin,'. Malt T,.i. Joe l-'ong, City Unefiom On inoMrn of Ahk'rni 11 Oliver aiel laundry. .litn. l>ooley. the Hecivtary-TivaKurer was j livay-Wi siei n Ware! ous^ & Transit) itructod to notify the superintend-1 f,.r Co., six. 9P.0; C. W. Si. .venson.  nt of the It. X. W. M. P. Hut after {Win. Waller. A. Hnithel. John Hro�l-MOy 1, IttOtJ, n> wott>r must l... tie-,,,., |.;. Kirkham. . Win." Morris, $2 rhhxl to invite the mem', ers of t'.:e Canadian Ivd.torial Associut!t n 01] the occasion tif their v'sil w.t. in the simmer, to come to I*. I'll rid. e II was pointed out ihal tlwir vi A 1 |woiiltl result in a In' of udve:t'> n in Kasteni papers for the t. ran. A resolution emloi�iiijf the propns-, id Crttadian Assoclatotl I'less, an.l, favorjijf a siri:sltly for il from t'le IV1-minii 11 Ooveitimeni. tins id >|i:e.l m motion of O. H. .lol-.tii- .1 .>11 in .1 protest he niudi' to ,Ke H nr I auinu.t the poor fr. ii;ht. serve , n tii  >' I' III. A motion was e. rrietl i sl.rn t- #11 "V iho Secretary to write to the C. j P. It. h-jain uruiiiR a belter >i.ui n-ftion betwiv�n l/-tbbi'id'.e ami t'ne freight pais.nil r loe .Is north 11 ml west tif Mucleo.l. Mr. Hiifhiinan tlrew lit - ltoird'sul-lentitill to the inlelilitli of lb- Some very Important improvement. 1 Ut M\ In the wort don,.,w'� "1 >i; n�.  he brewery re-,L . , , ..... __v,.�n.i 1(r,,tl.\'. In the b!,tf tank room in Cie Tho nddresw drew lertt a wpVmllil, bflSoinoi, nro ,low ,, bo fmln;, WVon diNCtittslon. llev. C. H. Il��fst!s, of AO-barrel pressure t.uiH nmi Uww Kdmonti 11, then heltl 11 n o?IO-barrel f.'r.neni in;t tonVs. Mr. Siek nunt 011 "Modern s.hool methods,"; introduced hpre an nrrnnjoniint in which monv pr,�ilems of tho work Wwr b� hotjlml directly from . 1, \a .i,iv ,i,,i. .1,1 �, :'he pifssure tank. The beer is for.o 1 were laker, up and ably lenlt wlUi. mi{ of ^ (|ink , n||. ^ of the Methodist iK-oole everv church lMr ""^ "'f Mm"M !" or,^roi.8h a pipa 200 yards to the bot-11 tne JKinoaiHt iwoplc. e%tr.\ tirnrth 1 hp ,M,lJl,a in n\\ it8 aspects. tling room, l-'ornierlv the leer ivns contrioutln.r mi asa^sed amoi nt to Tlu, cV,.n u, session was more larg- l.ottlrd from una 11 keKs ward 1 Iw support of. tlw t'.-llege. Al- (>|y cUoncdcd th. n was of �he| Upstairs Mr. Siik is preparing �.., berta College has � t,rMt future le-:rtf',c|.,10 , Aflpr lh, devotion-J op fore it. Convoiiietit trains, Vullmun r 1 opera, Froo reclining chair oara, Dining cars. For full information (-.duress H..T. Bergemnnn, Inivolliug ngont, 5171 "Robert St., St. Paul, Minn.; or Jng. (.', Pond, general i�u9pngor agent, Milwaukee, Wis. AN'I I-VACCINATIOX WINS. enlarge the capacity of the fi-rinent-,.. , , U\k cellar, so tViat he will have two enlnj. the chairnun, Hev. n. �. Mc-1 ro poWf( of ,,,.,,_ Phail. called on llcv. A. M. 0:r.1on, n)0,u ,,0,|tj( oflicer opens the band room and ,, the roard of .education ...l night. | lliblP is not stud.ed t. a whole. U^lgJ. ?,^^^r^ Trusteu IjsW'ii motion to strike out largely due to the divis.on of ,APj,1>R ,,.,, 1o be pftil|, the r.\jtiireiii:iit of � vnccin.ilio.i cer- nihle !n o chapters and versvs, and | Wo hnV(i pj|t)piy ro:ntotl out recent tiiitMie for ndm'ssteii to the s>:l-03l|tn (no ign irr.nco of th� overage jmpr,veniciils in the brewery. Even was. HfM- eoiisitlera'.le th>hut'>, �ur-Lr concerning the cirCiimBtnnces of prior to the changes made, the brewery was e (Hipped 4.s well, if not bet ier, than any brewery (11 the west rieil by a vote of 10 to O. Trustee �>|t:n; of the Bible, and of its Ogd.n want,.il to refer the mutter '!mis-arrangement, in books. Tho the mt' health oflicer, an-1 Truv work (�>�� highrr critics Is benefici-i.v Havis supporl�l th's, but it wn� nl Cn explaining i'oe�� thii^s, in lost, mill Jir. Ogilen refracted front! giving a liv.n.? interest in the Holy if Irani! tho barracks grounds. The following fce.tunt 1 mi tied: C. H. Bowman........... .1. Asheioft.................. Northwest .lobbing Co..... Western Stationery Co..... WcHtein Tronsftr Co...... Ircn Works.................. Bent Icy Co.................. Marshall Wells, freight.. 11. Sat,c....................... Oeo. Itoguvs................. Adams Lumh.................. .1 .T. Johnston.............. Que. n f Sung.................. Morris &. Ilei.dricss..... .1. 11. Kd wold"............ Iron Works.................. Ueo. UogetH............ AOauiH- Lumber Co........ �ltr,-'t!. Steuurt............ Tht. de>{^l s 10 th j Feed anil Sale Stable. S2.V wvre sib-!,.in & Transfer Co. j Auctioneer. 92A-Hus Sn'O.g. ...,S 5.40 j -j-h.. lollowing have i.ot I eeii fl.SO , neweil or iiPI'bod for: 1.2ft j Iji'inilry-Tom St>y. l.OOi |)ra\-.ItH- Tourville. H. lloin. .... lO.OD! Firth. .... 11.H1 ; a.Ts; ... 27.1H; 8.00 ... 10.RS W.Ofl :12 SVPltKMP. conn- IS STtl.U The Supreme Court Hn-f f-imv Tuestlay. has 1 een s't-! . ief .lii>.ii.v!ln t,,is *��"��> 2S0.00; siflon is piesidiii;. Mist of >e-*ter-j runk I'm-ifn- 10 l.itild : Culjtary to ft' boiiitl.iry. On his motion. s-ec.;iitle:l by O. II. .loh'isttn, lb. Str.>retar.\ wns iiislructetl to coiiimiiiiicale w'.ih the (S. T. P. ofheiuls nil iirRi- Ih claim of l.t'ihltri'fjie l(s n central a id West -J desirable point for the road t 1 t juc'i I in Southern Alliertn. The Honiil heartily 1ndoiM.1l ih-petilior, of H'ttleis, 11 > rth west of the town, lor u ferry over th� Belly river at a point near Malli'.v's in 1 he Cuiiierou estate. The Hoaitl. 00 mothn of W. llen-dorsun rill (!. II. .lohiiston, went 00 record in favor of tlu- retention of Hie It. X. W. M. P. for police s^r.iee vut 11, en tho orig n il mo".i'li. j Sir. Levee made a strong plea for individual liberty of pun it's, t." ' de-criitl 11:.. "introtluetit 11 of vile uni-111,11 matter" into iho sy.vtomn of t-hiltlren. Pr. Ogdt n.'s tr^ itgniiis't the iiiol ion of statistics showing the bill>fits o' vac-i-iiint Inn.- Toronto tllo! e. This is liner, wl in ; news in th� town of IjMbirklge. where at. the Inst n:etiiiij of the si hoot board' cation must Trustee f!. H. Johnston's motion in The atbliiluns to the plant nndo^uip nunt. however, make it tli> ljest west ff Winnipeg. The btvr. which is making loth Scripture. Students were urged lo bridgn foinous. is being shipped a'l iiiv tho latest scholarship in study-] over rhe south country, nml to all in, the Bible, in order to lie well i the Pass towns. r.nd if the proper prepor.d for their Sunday school' T�r��Ml C��Hlliofi were at lis dl�po* 1 ' al. Mr. Sleiwiuil 1 h� lirniig.i in a civil court. Harrison, of would be here up The will be held next m. 11U1 Itev. .1. S. ClAvers, rector of St. August in's has nddri sveti tho following Ijmhmi litter to his pariHiu n >r.-.: The f^tmteu season is almost with us. Once iiioK- we may he^r if ve will the gracious invltnl.ioli of Master. "CtuiH, ye nparl. �.nil thCos* in it as th? writers s^w lAiem. In tieallnj with tlu third problem, | northern. but i,no is likely to be formed, nnd 1 hey are ihihIv. Fc, ill pi-lvult- infol'inul ion Medicin Hut is iplite as re.iily | gel into iii, game. It hus l.e,'ii priiims,. I that tw league's le ferine I. stillborn anil the spe>akv>r said th..t tt teocher sliotild reali/.e that a child is not a little man or woman, l�Jt thut the'r world is a dlffennt warltl nlto^elh-ourjer. Ho must not crash the chilli's lo'tjimpuls s. but must us� them to make Agricultural Institute Meetings A series of Agrictiltnntl Meltings will bo belli nntlor tho joint auspices of tlio Provincial Department of Agriculture ami tho local Agricultural Societies at the undermentioned places and dittos:- Pineher Creek, 2 and 8 p. in., March 8 Lethhri-lge, 2 nnd 8 p.m., March 9. Stirling, U and 8 p. ni., March . 10 Raymond, 2nnd 8 p. m., March \'i Mngrnlh, 2 and 8 p. in., March 13. Cnrdston, 2 and S p. ni., March W Tho speakers and their subjects arc as follows:- A. MITCHELL Muclead . "Forestry'' D. W. WARNER Edmonton "Preservation of Soil Moisture." A. W. FOLEY Howmanvillc, Out. "Poultry Raising." A cordial invitation is extended to all interested in agriculture to attend. Geo. Harcourt Deputy Minister of Agriculture. the mutter ,(f ivratin^ the town, j awhile " 'he 1 initial inevtlns of iho Hoard of the re.: expend s i'f 11 e uni our issue of ruary, , it 11 r-11 -ins in which Tho cii'.l action of. Savory vs. l-'iM'/iilnl,, n dlKptite over tho ownership of a h'.irs.. resulted in a v� rdirt  >f $2.:iti for the pluintifT. Aiutiher civil nctiiii, th.,t of Jane ilrntlshiiit vs. .1. II. Itirie. wus hell over i.inil the next sill 'n� of lho court. you htato "Thut felit.w Piiigl... of Medicine Hal. dikes himt^'lf very s-erioltsly. He iniaKi"ls. doubt, that if he hail hcen nominated, l.o WoUkl h�Ve beea eleleil. No o.ieeb.. thinks sa though." 1 bog lo take except on to lltco' iViiLurku. from a |h>:sm:tl si.un'lpi.'.nt. and I hnvu to suy there are u grenl many people who not inly thought, but felt i.ilile confide,a. thut had the oleetii.11 gt.�e on. I now would t>o the lepresenlativc for Assiuiboiu Wist. I might aienlion tiiut Mr. C. It Mitchell, tho returning officer, the Hon. Walter Hroti, the Hi n. Frank Oliver, tho Hon. .1. 0 Turiff. and th B> gentlemen �h> wire lu ^bslicitie Hut, put in u very anxious uvening on the .1th Fcbrtiiiry Inst, when they had to sit t;ii tho platform 1 n.l i.ue an audience who were certainly Very hostile to the pres.Mt ociiineii , uikI these gi ntlciueit cotilil not help but sitow their feelings, �n of nciun. 'i'hL-ir thoughiK flew to vhat htttl l.o�n Sl((, .. ^ \^ -||o|y Commtt,. handlin; the freight out of U>th-, u,n "the Prend of Life" Attor.d as bridge. : inaiiv of the. ehiirth scrvircK 0" you On Monday. Feb. H),- s.,ys Fritz ic�"' �n" 1,0 ff'SUont (.n:l regular in 1 st t''n s, Out., March 4. Sick, of the Hewing Co.. "wo ship- i >T ^Tr^'nX^ .iJLW1^ rBl n�w"OB' who peo , carload of bter w,m on tho{^ ^"l  �t~"V* ".1- -# 1 I Kuiuy **;* Tu,V,'cn. ^.^"^X or, but ditl net Ret ciui until Moo ' ilay. I tell you Ixr-lhbridge is not! J,',V' Ix'ing treated fairly by the C. They seem to do their best to fere with my business anyvuy. I cannot inako shipments up I ho 11 �rt:'a ; Ml'ST ATTRSn CIIL'llCII. . . j 1 - 1 1 St. L'athar'n s, Onl. your communions; fvt asiile w I n\w\n-nY ,ni Dawson . devotloiiH; ami make some simple rule of diily; ^ seoteiico by County rTlnyaU:"YU^ them lo go on sus- .likdgf Carmen on Saturday. His pondid wntenco till June 12, when they must apro.-.r at the court of general to explain thnircr.n duct from the present till that time. He commanded each prisoner ti at-lend some church onco every St 11 day, and made, thorn inter intobon Is of 100 eaeli ant two fMretienof the KC/jICMA. TKTTKH. SALT HIIKI'M. ITCH. HIStJ WtlllM. HKIII'KS, HAHHKHS' ITCH. All af i lies.' diseases ale nil ended by intense licl:'n.qf. which is ulmosl : y applyin f Ch.nn-berlnin's Salve, an I by its eo'it iiiii,. i ii**.* a pei'iiuiiii nl cure may be atTect-. til. It bus. in fad. cured on u,'casee that had rt-sistvd other treatnieiil. Price 2.1 cents 1 or I ox. I'or s�le by all druggists jaol l-'ralays. I think ycu will find tiie bind n is not, t0e> h>vy P. H.if (,,!a; 'i,w,n 1,0 1 ih*JWl*l}0 ,**nu> amount to provide for � guar .fruits of rig, eo.ifnes, lo thos,. who * w |fc t tht> * nu*nr* will ls> car i ore exi r.-isNl ifcoroby 1 4* Ihi reisull is that Mr. Kn iwhs will defend .nt h*V0 moved tho atldref*. ut the u.-xt.', charge for fvnaiaii of the Housa uf t'.iiinn.iiih at Ottawa. , TholV is no uct'oii I can t ike. no matter how just my c..k.> juay be, by which Mr. Knowltw ca� bo piwente)' ji.d , from Mitlins ut IcaHt two ti *,.ien* in, lhl> ,,,.,, )hl J'orlimnent. If ih';� Is th> thing tho Lethlirhlge ? ^Hrr^ld appi'tives of, I fuel t,uile cou-Ortvm that the people of Canada ai� ' not" with you, und the po.iplo will . rlt*t ht tholr mieht 0110 of thoso days j- and �nU� you nnd thoso who liold ^ tho tamo opinion as you do. 1 jYou'Will jilndly give this Wlt�r l-romimini'4i in'y��r PaPer. or I w�l ImjnoHaigly \&U inblu en inveMigatiou, wus aiiol'her idius,. which must be regarded." inipes>.l ft line of SI00, of tho prosecution hcln� convioiuiu rather than punbb> lino unli'ss 1 ihip by oxprets. if t-!v! C. P. II. was to give 1110 good ne-comTiKXlat.'oii. 1 cotilel increase my bus' largely, ml also put into the railroad's pockets a K(,od tie I heavier froight charges. 1 am trying the Grout Northern u tw wit'a n JII'DSOVS HAV LANDS IIP. ried out. CLF.UK OF THIC LEOlSLATlUiF.. .1. It. Co well, editor of tho Rod Deer Advocate," ha" been chcso.i clerk Winnipeg. .March 3.-Tha HiKte; n's Hay Company, owln;j( u> tho demand lor 1 Ik i i-, lave inttruct. tl all ageiiiti to Ml no more blocks, and'of Ilia Legislative AsMembly of Al only half of my land. Whore, the berta. Mr. Cowell is a fonnor mem l.vr of the Parliament ol the Isla cf shipment of kegs from Milwaukee t->! paction is heUI only half is to be sold, find out if tJv.ty nro any more nccom-1 where ,v half section, 1 uly , oiurter,,. . , , , , . . mudattng Uinn tho V. P; It." is to be sold. The minimum price of Mo"' ,n� oldest^parliament m the DR. T. II. HLOW Rye, Kur. Nos,. and Throat speciul-int, from-Calgary, will l.o ut tlu Ijftbbridge Hotel on March 21st. Anyone wishin? to consu'.i him m4y make an appointment with any of the physicjuiiH of town. \VM Paper SILVW Painter, agent lor 5c. a roll I eeii. Itesid,uri House. 1.11 Hun n ss HoriI Hnn.rcr. Dccc.rator Kniplre Wall Pupei-s. frotu up. IU>st of wor't gmran- of iH'i Mr. Kick's charge that it took the�.tK of C.e lirothoihmd. 'o 11 is suspected (hat ex-Chief of Police Ingram, who w^i* killed by an explo t'.on in Centre Star mina, Ross-land, was blown up by an Infornal W W W WW W WWW W f�f Glazing Graining W. M. BARBER. Vointer and Decorator Carriage Painting a specially ^ KalBoiuiniug Paporlianging w+wwwwwwwww* We serve hot t�>a and eako; also lee Cream every Saturday. J. W. Kean &Co Opjxisito P. '"" M'^'o" t'hurch occurred lust tnad.lno hecauso ho had l.cei aclivo ante tiiNoiijuneiit its mcopium.oVt.n in-protvettn? nn-�triker�. An Inves- 0 link' over ivo years ngo. Per-jChlvers. united in niatrimi ny D. II. haps in fir-tier illi� rat Inn could Iw^Juigley end Miss C. Laili.,111, both fnuiitl West. of the rapid espaii ton of tho J of No. '! The growth of Uw country Is 1 refltH-t^l in tho growth of its inst'tn-! The 'Dominic u supirlnttndunt <{ lions. In the fall of 190!1 Prof. RIJ-,Sl"'nnce Iiuh a�'