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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 15, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta OF MANV FAMOUS MTTLEi . M^lkyinoMproffiOcoti^oodstvps towards the anlety ot the lives _ fl'yi^.W^ niHl cnntoiimmis. Ihc Cnrbin-''^�t'ory wriUsr, while in Wiimi-,*is'f�Hiilics h� cutiio lo the Pi^J^llfaniian wita j-iKht. JksUies fiOth lilks lints for aufcty. Iliad, 1 Skiifviocalntorica that might c�> sony to say, an oPPurttuiity of Iwliiin iWarlnre, piono:jr si�LMii.'f the iragwlios mid biitehoi'io.i r}>>A�t'f*/'' iju'lfftlo :hi.iitin.,, coniniHicvl on thut >Sunday night, for 'i=c-V''�llin��tet 18 Jchn Kyan. 9/.' !i� duni for the Hj^irt ik'PvcK^: ai yc^ rctirpti fcefoio the little force marched to witli the rank of color �:rgeant Belh'i by the Moerut road and Uin-l)a^i(lg'hli ma"y douin suispcntrion bridge, Avhere \vo '"�>lv..nturnu� Hoints attract i oimd Iho cuiiltii.mnls on t�e moni-S by it8 pa��iJU.t.cs, .nsottl.0 lltn. It would too !v �w.v� experienced ndv^�- horrible to give the d.-toils . m full. t^u!^ �r.d distlnctioiks on uctivo sei- met the inutino>:rd s.ron^iy tifticnsh-vKtt?once liS �8 d^iail >or "IS ed. The little Me�rut force had tvo uSS- ?o, f,,ot races v^.th Gtniinl hard days' lisshlm- the aOth_ i.nJ was never tko smallest particle oi ^onic of the bodies found. Ihere woa -I largu party of mutineers sent out iiomDelhi to attnck our fi-rces at the ilit.douin bridge. Our authorit-.fs knew that the little h..ndful fi-om li^iiira>^''i'ah foot races. ------ . _ ^ VorA Bobcris, aorwrl m the Indi.n alsL in taking the bridge tnJ villase. tU^ny, tiicoii �;oath hJnilrcils oi "We sulTci'cd much, 'ihere was one lint(l�fcy untl �e'�. o�J rishelhid subtliviKich of a company blown to Hfv'to save .rave comrades iiom the pieces. Wc picked up all than coulJ emmy'� lire. After this i.e �l"g f>>' be foiaul, both legs and arms; tiieie fcoW iJi Australia. �oid.crea. ��ow, m hi.s 'JSti \�ir, he i� completing iia twolfth year caretaker of the court houaij af'IhkClet^. in the firaratn oi l-n^'-iMl'M'iCrCMtciit and best coUny. ij^oo the Veterans, Awso.iation dc- Mocnit would not be able to n�.>et clilHd to n-ccivo and ban .uet Lor.t the larger uody from JJemi, so iiii^'-l^rtl when ho visits \>innipo^. '.t a;ter Jones comsnandins oillcer oC wSTfJund that mcny memters o: tnc fOth r.lles, nuuchtf. us on the ^^htolion had served under the niffht o the aist 3i. miles lo a ptece \SuUA bcneral. out probably '�^'Ic'' l'iim�c-pui, wheiv theixs was a TtiT'o^ilS^ite^i^^^^^ of CI-, w.ihin a short ...... , -------..v clistancc of the Kurn^ui road,, going to Ue.hi, and where it w^s e.xpectoci that we should uieot the Norlh.vest force eoming- to thut cily. 'ihel^irijo ciian-y irom lielhi fol.owcd us up to the tji-Klie of ueate, but it was cut and let go. The Northwest troops reilimcnt was cut up to a man. Mr. liyan wrs ni�ntioned iu brigade and regimental orders for distinguished bravery. On one occosion it was for carrymig'water fro:n .the Dry Land Earminl. . Editor of the HeraKl: Sir,-Under the above hi-niliivg. '.something awny from it is to turn it I up (ill the autumn. If v-o do ao, it ; becomes just as workable �� the top soil, nnil 1 believe is almost as ter-I tile as tho'top soil is. I regroit to river at tho Hindouln Ajridjic ortgage- wish to stay sjmethin^ which I know: close my exijerloncc, but I must, o' HKnt to woumlod men, umKjr heavy ,,,y be of value to oi^r dry-land: it will Had its way to tho W. P. B. OLD TIMBR. A \VOUl> TO THE MEKCIIANTS (\Vt.slorn C..nad.> Trade Oazotte ) What constitutes the sticccss of t'�o business man? Advertising. M'hat is the backbone of a thriving &nd up-to-dato busine^el? Advertising. What is n(.Hjtlcd to wake up tho cit-izoim to buy at your sitoro? Advertising. lUisin^rss men uitd merchants shouM yuun-s p M� Jordshipr when he was a ^Sii%�ub�lt�riu waft Jcfaa Ityun. l^li^iiHe eftliKed in the First Battalion, pAtht, Hitlos. in the fall of 1847, at j^g;niipo�t s^ wa� cntar.jij' irom Ivuinaui to lX>iW, ni6t a stron^ Bomuay, she was force cntrein.lieold digginjjs n jg t!one" for .vchIs, and I Know people see and know that you nro wais enough for l.'im. The coiiunun- pays f^>ievted in IVO'J. In the Assembly he occuj^ied thoposi* tion of govein>nent whip. Ho was thost-n a weuHier of thv new Alberta Oovvrnuient. In 1885 he was mur-ficd to iiachael France* Uyan. Hon. Peter Talbot, of Stratfaconn Alta., is a son at iienry Talbot, huJ was born March 30, 18M, at Era mosa, Wellington C'oiuny, Ont.. lie Was educated atJ^^'^wod Academy and the Ottawa Normal Mchool. Mr Talbot Was for ten years a justice of the peace, aiMl wns principal of the lJurnWal Model School. i888-18�U and principal of the Macleod I'nblic He was elected cnlirlod in the 4bth rosim.nt of foot b�king and siticrvin.;-. in New Zealand, and s.'rvod through it stciiiji hum:!n n r' the oiTtire war. He was listed for dead for 48 hours, nnie cause of the sfow demand. The man ^C^Z^U'^^tl^ n^'^ih,''^^ lilt who doi^s not invite trade rarely dc- J.h ,J,"" * - . ,...T� VViV* bei'ihof 1K�1^^^ ;B4m�..a>' in hnswcr to "'f �'J'^ All was seig* work from the 8th INaa. Ihe haroor was to -the 14th of September. 1 must daa��rous one, fon i ei^ntco i .^^ ^^^^^^ ^^.^^^ ' ' Vic orm �hool.v bearers wts t-li'.^t oiul the other lhiv>e lu'd down the I>hooly and were r; n away. 1 had to some strong laua^uage in Hinrlustunee a loaded ride to compel the coolits to take up the Bhooly, mysolf ta^-tiirg the tiead otw's place. I got in wlith my �ounde�^i)o til* human interest was hcighL- i bad, l;ad him plactd in f*tted by the licutniiaiit-govcrnar, Awhose amwrhkr was on boawl. rus^i- Jingamuntf noble and ignoble groups, ?'y;. ^ikAfaailor dashod from group to group !i>%;4b^^ rf^^ and mads tba attempt, Ksirhh* was .hopeless, and with thut %li::fair daughters life Went that of a ^'l^^^lmiva British sailor, whoso dcod a ss-'yet*remembered tn far-o� Bombay. SM'IWwn^^; Moultou '?&iwi� jcairtjircd by the British U'oups, | " ^%Ji first I'*'"*' Cook's rifles, a vB:whJte--n�cn: ^bnbdr-diamond. IflSagWind'acrown. Mr. Uyan tells ot .'�:^clhe;;discovery of the diamond, which Jijagaroong the very largest in the '^.world, as JtollowM X^-l'*>yiBaBi via� a prisoner in ti tcib SiPiardcdiby two stfiitrys. About mid-:f nigM oi^ of the stntrys saw Maitrnj I ... Atafcethe, diamond from Wis hair,!�i� 1 a vuluaole maii. ^'wMch vas called ui the usual way of i ""�'t''�taiidm:,' the HmUustanaa Jang-gtt�:iiati�iw of the country, on top of coiild hear llie enemy jnb- paa;;hi*W^;ihd thinking that itwas �, ^'^''fS a'^ay 'n*do iha ioruiflc,tions, ,:/�WB|>on or poison for the purposo- oi ;;o �t� we approach. The g-eii-�cimmltting suicide. he sJ./cd the 'f''""'^ foolc place on tho morii-iliSwbus^iem and afterwords hande I i^lf- t-ept. a4lh. both on tho SitJOVcrt** his commandnr oincor. Ho *;bu'''^'^ J^"'''^*'!^ ' Cashmeer !C*to*'aini�iiber of the 10th ro^imo it , There have been many sonsu- >sBes, ate dry crusts iS^Ol^lnmiidied warfare, fought Hyder ^(lah's^traops, and was in at tho iSB�i^l;i�'b'ijn:;.thut \'iCioU8 native flght-^�fe>;was|'fo'rcod',-;to'''surren'i>eives, and spent pioneer day.s ^;on'^tiki' road to Simla, at K&sauli and eoli>atho, where Kipling got jmuciifimaterial for his "Aidin Tal Prom the Hills." iiH**i,*iat,rMcorut, in 1651u�Viicro ^lo was tlwn;va>;youiig iinut.n nt n 'Joomb.y troop^iOfiBinj^al Horse Artiliuiy, Le-^^imtiug/a .riitiord of sjliijoiing tnat baa wouiid up witn h s iioiding tne IKislticu of commanuear-in-Lhicf oi the'Britibh army. "Atrour gturrison ^icrts," saya Mr. Ilyan^iihpvrau tt ioot race wiui inc. Me was'at that time an athletio little tifriluw, handy, s art, and u capKal 'runner, us he was the onl. man duringvmy twelve >cars in in-�dlasat^all our; military sports, wiio heat ma-in a foot.race. 1 h.d s:ea compound without being wounded or liMa;;My�r�l;v-;;tinies tho siogo killed bud � charmoi li^i. in ..... 1869 at Aldertbot, after tko Maori lence in dry-land -cullivution.. War, with the i-auk of color scrgeanr. some cnu will be hurt, uut i.s Mr. Hynn came to Canida in lf72, niajonty will be Lt-ujliUed, it ca" jo'iKrl "If Battery School of Gun-bo otherwise, yome, no uoUot, will serves it. iicry in Quebec, whore he served five fail in tj-.e luanuer of cuitiVat.on I years with Major Billmcn, now of j,ni about to give you, theioforo I the 60th regiment, as a comrade. He will be that is b,^d an.l wont to Ottawa in 1877, whore ho U3.1y to th^rn. Other will te.^t my I (Frank Paper.) got a governnifjiit situation. Ho experience for thenuscives, and so liiid. An amusrn? stoO' is told in connoc-ioined the Oovcrnor-Genorars Foot out it this i& so or lut. oa\eis will tkn with the tiist thoitrical com-thvre. Leaving the see in a moment what is m.ed'cd anJ pany that ever visited this disilrict. WAS A RiiALlSTIC SCENE. Guards while Capital in May, 188?l. ho came to the go to worl� suceoss Oreat Lciij Land" of Sniithcm AI- a good doal bct'ta, now the garden .of t;he Bomin- papers of ion of Canada, and has been Mvinj into tho in Macleod for 22 .vears with his plough doeP. children and grandchildren. His age ax\A jso retain .-..v ..nji='-' Wcs, on the 24th of-dune, 78 years, js somoth.n^ else is of inteiejt wiiLgUors as gray i.s his own. It Was. nwl he is both hft'e and hearty. As to the farmer, eipeciali.v in a di.v novorthelcss, the iKSt all-round com- caretnkcr of the Macleod court hou.Sc triot like this. Wc naturally as i tiie pany that ever visited this wction, i\>r the Past twelve yeai�, ho has v.uest^oii, wlicn must I piougn deep, if it was iho first. The Inc.d nt In ' --------  occunxxl one night while given service that might be expected spring oi- autumn? How must I gee U.uesiic o� one much younger. . {down? In anewer to the first uuos-'-The Mr. chamber. James Moffatt Douglga waa bora nt Unton, Bankritoad. ' HoXbuitih. Scotland, on May 30, iiMlft, and was educnteit there, at Toronto Vnivon. sity, and at t|ut!�n a UnlveMity. Kingston He atutfied tiiealoKy alt Kno.x College, Toronto, ami at Princeton SMniaary. and w�a ordain- AftBT mia�ici�iury to Hor 187e-8a On his return to Canada he acceptod a call to ^rand^n, Man., from whence he proceeded to Mobaomin Sask. He retired from the ministry in 181�d, a�d devoted hiuiSiMt �6 farming. In the Dominion gta�ral Rv,� lo ooii T .u !^'�"' ^^^^ "^'''y su-soil Thj hotel hridirn � nS 'l,Y'V^"''*''..'� I**"*- about.siv inches in the autumn. In formancu was given, bridge, pnd the story of his c.roer ansver to the second ..iiest.on, 'howl with cowbovs, some of a.s a soldier will m'oro..rt^ we are vo get down.'" plough your land ridden tel d iin^room, where the per- , . Commons for ii^ A^ " siniboia �ii a pair.n cundid.te, but surie, all our readers. Mr. Ryrn is the father of Mrs. (Hm.) L. G. I�e Veber. 40 or 50 miles w^hom had. to tvfi tho CUSTOMS OFFICIAL SUSPENDED double tlcpth; that is, after you imvo ^Siow. In lieu of whiske.v-it Was in thrown out your furrow of soil, go prohibition days-most ol thorn had back in the same furrow, throw out;loaded up on Hostetters bitters, and a furrow of clay subsoil five or ti.x Inches deep onto IIk; top of tho fu.--low of soil. Vou go ..w -..o- �- � enuc. has been sus^ndel for a'.lo^ed jler weather on tuhis cl^y' e.xpo.setl is; him in hor flight, but he draws a big irregularities in tho account* of the such as to make it so it will luvfc j knife and refuses to allow her to office, and an official from ihe Loth-| bake or stick any more. Tho sticky bridgo office is in-charge of the ofllco ' chemical (I wish some of our learn-makina; invcstigatons, and |)eiiding ed men would tell \s wliut chemical uPPointtwnt, of Oar*lnur'� sue-i it is) has been ' taken out of that tho cessor. Iho circumstances which k'dpart of tho clay which was the most up to tho casa Were those of somooIM'nly exposed. This clay will mi.'i individual in Macleod. who bad brought certain horsas: over tha lino gate by the eng.n cr.s. There wa� a company of tho 6lk rifles stnt out before daylight on thj morning of tho 14th as slciimi&hers to cover the heavy column when the gate . w-ould be blown open. The oh'cer commanding the engineers and three of h.s assistants were killtKi, and others wee sfvoiely wounded. With the help of H Comrade, I caniitd the wounded from the gate, and a biave bugler ol ihs ul:Md L. 1.. althjUj^h wound-1.. edod in two places. stUL_^u.H^(^j]rtii� r "-;_J'ir -firii'7- coiiima, so I a position to see the wholo ^ansacticii. 'After the troops entered the city, the iiK'n scittorod in t..o �i.jt5et.t, byways and alloys. Jlly i.iiiL a,.; o lenng tho cuiir^h coiupound cn I ci 1-lO^o compound, ;.o>. d.Wii as lar ps tiho college and uLout 800 :'j.rds irom the in iu i...i.; no lil-.e a hive witiii tho cnomy, niui when I'bvy saw �o few of us at th.! college, l.uiulrods of tliein ruf-hod of fan itics nt our \t^'tk, Ihosiiji wlio got out of tho College on the usual conditions th^t tho r.anio were for his own u�a a"d not for sale. A team Wt.s sahse.uently sold to a party in town, nnd CJard-ner is allegid to havo inmiodialol.v taken steps to collect the duty ot $20' on the team, which was i|uite within his propi^r deratioa, has abandoned his ^ party. Iteccntiy he received a letiter from R. L. I^xlen, notlfyiB:; him to atunj the Cunservative caucus at the opening of the prsaeut aeMion. Senator MUlcr answered, declteing 111,, acenj Was too roinsuc lop so. ~~ He gavo as the reason ,lop his refusal that he was but of'ayinpatuy with Mr. Borden as leader ia i;6aaee-tion with the pension and wlaiy bills ot last seiiKion of parikameati. Senator Miller said that'fala poaf-tion in future wouki !� that of an inr depcndint Liberal Conservative memr ber in the Senate, free from all Party ties or allegtanoe. pass one of the punchers who rose in his scat, and, aiming a big six shooter at the villain, shouted, "Let that lady pass." Old man Keena, who was pljiyiiig tlw part, nearly collap- VOTK IN SASKATCHEWAN. Tho votes polled in Soskatchewan at tlic rectiit I'rovijicial election was to ho-ve tho b(yil on the top, as it is^ considerably greater than the vote more poious and open th n the clay, polled in Alberta. The total vete in and therefore takes m tho rainfall i .Su^�caHhewaii w^ �JO,1.75. whilo iki much more quickly than the clay can Alberta tho vote was only 26.748. H", , , , 'n --^JiiKatthewan there was one acj Here, sir, you have one of the fmest  -   - * 111 .SiiiKatthewan there was one ar^ jclamation. SOUTHi ALBERTA PROSPERS. PlUllips fields Not Guilty Toronte, Marc|i._8.-Lady joffil cials connected with' the York Cjainty-ioBn, were thn principal fetaincrs'of moist.tiro iinaaina'^lo. It acclatnation and one riding has not will hold all it gois. Tho clay now rDPoftcd. ... is in -splendid shape fcr taking in Jjattlufotd........................... 1,506 moisture �nd retain n^ it for tho tut- Uatocnc.............................. 817 ure use of the ctq.ix, ahd it will ^ivo (;anninatcn...... ,.................... 2,240 out the moi�ifuro sufiiciontly last Grem'el.............................. 1,343 enough tjv-*�stain the, gvowing crops Humbolt............................acc I. and brlfig it to matuiiity. jivinisi iiio........................... 1,316 I believe I am rifeht when I say wo ' Lumsden.................. ......... l.oS have olways had suiiicicnt rainfall iii Mapie Crook........................ 1.003 and opefatiiHia at Be.hi. and oven ttai-n he Was a man niaikod among llie fellowa aa one before whom lay a brilllank jearwr." ^The myt'iny whiife hss lived m history as �ne of the world's most h .s-rlble and^ bloocly disturbances, bioUo out on the evvaUts o' May 10. imd unUI Us close every day v as marked with barbarous horrois. tragedies and Oundish cruelty. There wore buu few troops at Mcc-rut at the time, the 60th rifles, with whom Mr. Rynii Was aervlivg, and the 6th Caiblnecrs 'or'I>ragUon;fGuards, forming practi-fwUy,' the / entire garrison. 1 he X>ru-goons had iuk. an'ived, ond thuir fe|9aJMi horaas'nwere iinuMjd to thocli-�Mtviand'T drill, and were practically WWhi�a�Mbl0- Speaking of tho huv-torie aHt^reak, Mr. R>un says: *� Home.'time previous to tho out-rmak of tiM |HUtiii> th re wore some �& troopera of t�w 11th native cavalry tried by � general court miirtial (or MMtUMMM conduct, end on a general parade on tho murning;^> at t m Wfc of Ibgr. ware ilwvkiod,' and a�rl Iiviiln. Aly ivt'iment ordered to Bariel- any -season to produce any k.nd of Moosejaw County...... -.. - i .V  --i foublo has leen to hold | iloosejaw City............ Witnesses at the inveetl};aiton into; the moisture when it and come. Hero MoosouVin.................. the conspiracy charga against;.vou have a melh.d ot cuiti.ation i>rauc Albert city...... Joseph Phillips, the late president, ^hm^' '"^""^ moisture xorth tiuAppdle........ wh.>ii he nucearwl in the nolict^ """^ s^"son. You aro South liu'Appe.lo...... wnen lie appearea in me jjoiice therefore assured of a crop so fir u.s Ucduerry court to-day. To very mauy of moisture is concerned. I have u.sed the , � - . .. . Crown wered Winnipeg, March 7.~Acoording to Dunn's and Bradstre�t's comoiereial reports for tfc'o past week, thwe was ft muc?:'.^uialler ' nun> xjr of ia..'i'iv�. In Aluorta tbero was one' *�*it6 and judgmontsln Alberta than in 8as.4at�hewan. The failureil were: Alberta, none; Saskatchewan, two.-Writs issued. Alberta 13. Haa'�atii.4h�.ini two waih'} Sft'priso^ proceed and intercept that -hai'^'was cilled' nich-scoundrol, lefoie MI^'Qi'Sl-n-'kuaril of he and Ins force ivnchcil the Napul ^PeESiW of them. Hills. We were pr-Pariiig to follow w. >|� J the command of Brljj- S^livjaiii aditir S. Kmis, when the order ^S^^^:Svi^y^iim\icr(mx\^::i:^ will'say. tlrnt' |�ilP??iijl Vtho'wMhtiut any fctUn� of cowardice. I l^^mi^m'imm.^X\i}AJov it...As-sure as I am irtifwattiod no*Y talkinsf. if our force Md irpno ^^t^-W Into thtsa hills antlraviiiosnfl;^^ l^^iP#l5��*-8�hlbi^>il^dtf'hot^bolloy^ We^^'^^^^'^o'v^W� '^'^^ l�'t to tell tha ��"H^MV^iy '*ViuA ipcldtenfi'whiin In5!py|^ai|*i*|9^h: to Lisit Piano' Co., the T6roi�lo Life and other concerns. Miss Georgia Hudson, head of the cer-tificate department stated that she oeaeed to be a holder of shares about a year ago, transferring her interests to the Toronto Life Co. When a person made a surrender in Older to buy a piano, the whole amount which had been paid in was paid to the Listz Piano Co. in spite of the (act that all ihe first eight payments had gone as cjm-mission to the agent and a ninth Siyment had gone (or a certificate, oreover 8(ter receiving this couu mission the agent received five per ornt on the BncG�i>diug payments. A twenty-flve oeut weekly payment would mean $13 V a jrear, ami the agent received 12 of it, and 5 pi>r cent, on payments after the first eight. After eight months tho person could surrender and the whole amount was paid over to the Lists Piano Co, or Toronto' Life iiccordingly' ns a piano or insur. aiice was taken. *'In that case the York Loan Co, wrpald lie losing mcm^ all the time," commented hit worship, Mr. PbiUipa pleadMl not Kuiitv and the oaae waa adjoumetl till' T��ida^.' .venrs. My tion tells this. 'Jhe land crops the f^liowin? " two H^'^u'-*' ''i?'*''^; ^'^'^ ^5 cents par box; ^br sale by' experience and o serva- l^'",,"""^ T)^'it' �� ��rug|ilMs. ' _ me Ih re i^- ' ' ' - n - � � - � the man is capa!>k>. Let hiin do liiis part ttii tho This niot'hod employed for the trowiog of any crop. Now. 1 do not wis!� you to infer from what J have said that crops Cannot Ihj grown c�cept you adopt this inothcd of cultivation. Thoy can ho grown, and aro being grown, good iTops, too, but if you w sh to make ^ure of ,vour crop, >ou will havo to prepare the land tf) hold tho moisture. Ill case of a dry suasan, never turn up tho clay fiubfiioil in the spring. If you tio, you wHil learn why you fihpuld not, Jf you adipt this meiliod of cultivation, .your land, in Uio spring, should ho ol n light color, camiwl by a l''nJ of ol-kaloid. Don't IH that troiitde you. This will disapt)ear with tHie first rain and trouble ,vou no more; at least, that has been my oxpori nco. I am not sceUin? rni' promotion nr n big salaried position. Tha only thing I con hopo for 'is it may l)t> of uHo to somo ona. The best way for yoU to do wouV.:l be to test this for yourselves lioforo you adopt this method of cultivation, nnd H very good woy would bo in thi) spring to tal'c lip a small amount of cluy subsoil, loovo it 'in the open until the rains have iiotw, Imvo it there until it Is thoroughly dry, then see what .vou can make of It; You will find it contains B'>me-thing- which:wo must get away from It, and tho cnly ,�l-ay. t t ft>i. ra' qae oi iiir kiaii It 4tn ,v rf- r.i � Ii. HI �.. 1 ^ . %> t'.�tf'M,-, Mi!,.! 4in. PAwefv 8'.' , Miic D. V. �  .< anil C*