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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 15, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta DR. P: W. TULLER iPOLICE PROTECT MINE PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON LETHBRIDGE 3tnce-0(rBr Ott'a Birber Shop. .Hoais-10:30 lo 12:mi noon; 3;uQ lo S:Ol. p. m ; 7:00 10 8;H0 p. m. Office TSltihi liell aad Telephone P. H. Shsrman makes a Statement in Regard to Sti-iKe DR. C. C.CRAG6 PHYSICIAN AND SURG-EON O-'flse-0�er HlBlobotham's Drug Store � 'PHONE Omce 125 . House 94 Drs. Mewburn & Galbraith Physicians, Surceons, Accouclicrs Office-Rwlpiitb St. cor? Burdett. Hours 7-8 p. m. Sundays-2.150 to 3.30 p. m. Telephones 41 and 5,'). Tiw iuim.'r's strike � is stiU the tnll town. Mopes avo o.xpi-os.sf.l Ihnl it will net Ijo prolongx^l. but tlio fiH'lins of pv'oiiU' who pivtfii.i to aiithoriti.-'s. i.s that t-ho trouble will of Ions 'cliifat Ion, n.s iiw min-i'l-a mill 1 li(> conipaiiy tii"0 tlcytt'i'mhroJ no'l (o vii'lil n point. SttviM'al niwling.s of ihv- union have bom hvUi (liii'itiy itie weelii i throuj.*i the screens. .Ilrtherlo it i.s a IJ nie-sh screen was not allowed to ilifl miner in his continct, t'ho\/_U,_ o, /".) In ihi'eo sections, corrying from svven to eleven ctirs, the vanguard ot lh� sjji-ing im-asioii from the States arrived in Calgary today. At "i o'clock thx" llrst .section arrived, tollowetl at 7.30 b.v the second, anrd i9 by tho third. I't was tho most extraordinary ' movetnt'ut of sul>stantial settlevs ever recortlwl in Calgni'y, and a great maii.v Calgnry business men ^atherod at the depot to grcpt 'the newcomers. Thu (iopot, bncxage room, the immigration hall and the hotels and res'tatirants in tho iinntcdiate vicibity were ininiediutely overrun with the crowtis in qitest of food and iMlging. The larRv majorit.v in each train was compnsed of whole families of from three to ten. .lohn M. Rowan, of Randolph, \ebra�)k�i, had the bon-Iter fnniit.v, comnosoil of 11 children, ilhat it is impossible to gtvr- t'hcse  s(,von bo.vs and foiu'g'irls, all hcoHhy ;'conctts.sions and opera'tc at a prolit, j looking .vonng jjeople. He will locate i�-e are still prepared to negotiate on a fiuorter section for wliich he ; a basis tiiat would bo fair and just ^^kI S7 per acre, 21 miles cast of to all parties concerned. I have okis. written two letters to tlic General [ From Iiulian Tcrritorv, Oklahoma. FARMEmNSTITUTE Excellent Addresses on Important Subiects. Two very successful Jiis-tituto nieet-ings were held on Friday in tho Tiie hail, under the joint auspices of the Provincial Depaitment of Agriculture and thu local Agricultural Societ.v. Tho sM>akers at both mofting's wero Arch. Slitchv^Il, Dominion Forestry Inspector, Macleod; A. W. Foley, I'oul-try expert, Howmanvillo, Out., aivd W. Warner, Edmonton. Mr. Foley, who is wry fnniiliar with poultry from tho fanners' staMlpoint, dealt very intoi-ostingly with twro phases of the subject, treating in the afternoon of "Poultry for flesh proa.glect that had agriculiiiro in jN'ebraska, hi.s father h .settled in '(>y.' whore, witii 'J^K-rc they sntislled with a bare prairio home; lv,^noe tlw school grouiwls shotild bo well planted and the children .sliould bo laujrht the value ot trees. Tho winds in Nebraska blow hot, n.s though tho.v came from an oyon. Hut tho trees have sheltered t'ho crops and prevented them from boing burn-oi! up. Fore.>?ts have increasf storc-i keepers c-ii) t.>atify to. i An.v other iiimes afliliatc. Haag. They brought to increa.se output to till dellcit by [ 2.1 cars ot household goods, all loanl-jthe shutting down of the Lethbridge | et| at or noor the small town .of Rod ,mines. I Oak. They are not homesteaders, Office**Secaad Floor Sonlhard BIcck Pest Office Box 3 Telepbone No. 122 The total number of men employed on the Crow's Xost conipanij.s I' C mines is about l.TciO nt the outside, and ho gives us th.? following dot nils of men employed in .Alberta, who nro all members: J ames Macdonak ARCHITECT Lethbridge..... Coleman....... Lille.............. Canmore....... Fi-ank........... Bankiiead...... Hillero.s-t....... Belie View...... .Liindbreck...... '^I'libor............ ......-.21 .....'-'(50 .....-223 ...:.270 ...192 .....:-!'20 ..... 3(5 ... t8 ... an ...too ^ Southard Block, Piedpath Street. LETHBKIDGE, ALTA. Cottage Sanitorium High River Open mir cure of Conturaptioft Terms, inchwling medical attendance, $10 weekly. Terms, inclutling medical attendance. Write for booklet. I 2,0G7 i ,\ prcponderence of.Mberta ininors ' over li. C. minors ot ovoi- 300 men. About 'jr. mfii are working in the ininos. keeping the pumps going I Quite a numbor'of mounted policc-i men have come in from surTOuivdiirg stations to ho present in ca.se any I I rouble .should ari.se from the strike, j Tuosday juornlng's train brought men from A!e.iioiiio Hat aiifl Slaplo f/reek. They will look after the property and .so'e that it is not damaged in Miy wny. lleports hin-e boon circulated that non-union men were toeing brought in to operate the mine, but'there is no cqnfirninlion for this statement. Rumors to the elToct tiiat disturbances hod occurred in No. 3 between tho strikers and men who woro working are circulated, but there was no foundation for them. but arc men of means who have brought large sums of mo*iey for inr. vestment in our farm lands. Three of these men po.sitcd with one bank 835,000 in g�>d drafts on the First National Bank of l�es Moines, Iowa. .)ohn F. Tvangan.'of Chicago, well I known iji Calgar.v, brou�li1 in today ' to men for tho Cal/iary .Colonization Company, Linrittnl, who will pur-1 ha.so heavily in lands. Altogfthcrltho new settlers have created a great deal of �attention .in the city today. They hiretl rigs earl.v and drove around the city and into tho coutitry. The.v display a resolution to get acrjuaintcd with tl>oir new snri-oundings at onco. been iriven the noultry. The demand '"r- '"'^��^"^"^e. j f;nrgrSwii;g'"umosr'*an "u-ipo^ r*;ii^^:i,"nrior?Sia\?s:b.^i'^^'^ '^-^ '-^^ -^^ worth had been .shipi>ed in from Ontario thu past season. This i-opres-eiitod half a million hom-s of labor. The demaiid in the next few .years would grow with inci-oa.sing rapidity and it was up to the west to supply it. Ontario farmers were now bu.y-ing western wheat, turning it into eggs and poultry, and .shipping tho products back at a big profit. Tho.v were able to raise chickctis that ot 4 . months dressed 4 pouwis. At Bow- j manville the.v had found that three j weeks' feeding in tho fattening crat- ' es gave over 100 per cent, proflt. For ex'cr.v hen tho.v owned they should .produce dressed poultry enough to pay $.3 profit. To do this the flock must bo carefully selected. The weak and ill-foi-mod ones must be weeded out. The flock must bo rc-now�i;l ever.v .year, keeping nothing but pul-Iots. Raise thaw times as many chicks as .you intend to keep then weed out tho cockerels and the weaker pullets. For winter egg proiluction, tho This week wc dirsct special ftttention to our - HfltS For Men, just received from New York Purchiased from the makers, there is -no middle profit-you get the benefit. Prices $2.25, $2.75. $3.0Q^ and $3.25 each, for High Grade American Hats.' - - - - Come in and See Them m Bentley ?o Dd WHOLESALE AND RETAIL dual-purpose fowf* was the Jjost. It was oa-siier to bniUl up tho Rocks mid similar breeds as egg producers, t'han Toronto, IMarcli t;!.-lOdwin Uan-woll and Atrs. Ban well had thoii' pro-Uiniiiary hearing in tiio police court this morning, "i'hoinas Kirkwood, inspector for the Crown Bank, was the (irst witness. Tl. Sehvin Banwcll. clerk ill tho Homo Bank, and brother ot tfco prisoner, was then examined. An extract from a letter sent j homo by the fugili\e to his brotlver ; was as follows: j l>ear Hugh,-Have done what X , have ofteii Ihreatenod-loft home for j j kcops. - lncidentnll,v, 1 have taken; some of the bank's money, so will | likely bo awa.v some time; Nora is i with me, liiit it aiiyoiio sa.vs she li-d It WE SELL StiOVES THAT ARE ST OMB S PAINTS AT $2.00 GALLON All kinds of General Hardware The Central Hardware Store G. L.. VROOMAN W.CIvcsWeds Congratulations arc extende�l to \V, C. Ives, who, was married in Spokane yesterday to Miss TouU, u popular youug lady well known in Lethbridge. THE M. B. SCOTT CASE. PIONEER MEAT MARKET AT NUMBER THREE (The following has been sent to � tho Herald for jjublication.) At a special meetiriK of the Trade and Labo.' Council on Tuesday evening. Mr. Sherman of the This market is equipped to meet U.JM.W. of A. presented a copy of the popular deniand of tUe j the agreement between the niinera the district. I and the A. R. d'L pOr-and ex- plained_ _tl^fi. "...aning of sucli PROP. efetraflSflPmight not be understootl EST READ ; the UNS City Bakery Reid Ol Co. I WESTERN ' I WAREHOUSE k TRANSFER GO. Ltd ^ Railroad Transferring, Dray-ing and General Dalivering. Goal Delivered Promptly. .' HAyToAtJ^AND AND stone fok SALK S!i fi'". AGENTS FOiH ^^BfcCorlnick & Cockshutt ;o,M>chl�er.v Webber '4 by those not faniilar with mine work. It was voted nnanimously that Trades and Labor Council j endorse the action taken by the I miners in this matter as the agree-i inent seems to be very fair and the I prices in no case are any higher ; and in miiny, a gootl detd lower : titan is piid by other mines in Al-' berta. Anotlier matter Jetilt with was ; the resolution of the U.Al,W,A. as I regards to the r.n.vv.m.p. entering the miners hoitses at number three and by their piesence intim-I idating those foreigners who do i not understand that this is a free i country and that uo man needs i work if he don't wish to, I This matter is being taken up ' at Otta\^a and we will see if the j police are siipposed to do tliia kind I of work. Air. Sherman assured his hearers that the ofiieers of the union have the men well in hand : and there is no danger of trouble I unless the men are driven to it by i acts of injustice and then it is hard to say Avhat these inlxtKl nat-ionallics will d6. Milton .Scott is a'froe man again. Ho agreed to hand over the "Tabor school books ond the charge against him Iic wowld presume that something was wrong with Mr. Scott's accounts'ftfUoh.,is_ not the ciiset. �is.^the hotilTH have hem Li-^rjsrijr'aodited- lif. Scott had his , ^ . mo to lilo it the.y are liars. It was the Mctlittcranean Srotrds as flesh pro- ! in.v own idon, and 1 w-ould have ilono ducors. The latter do not stand con- I it l��ig ago but for Noru. Jly con-(inemont so well. Thov lay a smaller 11 ribut ions to the family ai'o now cut egg, and it is while. In Toronto jlribuiions io the famil.v are now cut now they arc paying from 2 to 3 ; oil'. L eiiclo.w soiiio of niy pile, cents more per do/en for brown eggs which please use lor mamma's ben-than for white. The wise producer .olit, but think it wouHl Ihs bvtler to will cater * to the best prt.viivg do- ! tell her nothing about it. In fact, mand. i .'on had hotter not let on you hoard In' advniicod noiiltrv kroninc for I''""' ""' *-*m.Vd bo tep"^' JlZ I "p"'\  / 'i'"'-' "T"T they ire fifteen months old. Tli? pul-i " >""t Ui.n ed money or suHi rot l�l.s should begin to lav in Novoni-i ^'.'�mild o-ive '�"'"^' -'^ cniiiiy about using it. mi;,.S� e^s"j;"s Vhe'l.e^born f^^Metios i , corr,.spo,i,lence showo.l tbat during the winter ami spring, and '^-^ .e'"'! J^'>o�- ol the tiieit belore when vou killed them in .fuly. you '''^"Y"'� "fi't" would "get two or thtw pounds ni ore l"''son...s were bound over. nwnt. i ---o--- Many poultry m.'-n did not knew,., ,,.,.,,, ,,,,--,-,,. m.o'.r that all the eggs that a hon woulu ; .VFFLlC'l i.IJ w t th BHF:i MATIS.M. lay woiv in her boil.v in an embargo . - state when she was hatchcvl. As soon as her hotly was full.v dovolop-od, sho naturall.v t)o-gian, if .sho was well fell, to lay. The ben that wonV:l lay 120 eggs in the first (itreon months of its life, was the nio.st valuable. A long series ot cxncniments (,at the poultr.v station.s, both in Canada and the IJnitod States, had shown that 10 pullets wotild lay as many eggs os 17 yearling bens or 22 tw-o-ycar-old hens. For fooding, ho uscvi the ortlinary grains, either alone or nii.xetl. � He was feeding less and loss niflsli. For oggs, winter feed must approximate summer feed as closely- as pos.siblo. Uencu it was iK-cessary to tee.'i moat, cut-green bono, gi-it and siiell-mak-ing .material. Every farmer shoulvl build upon strain of la.>ers. The inijiortanco of this was shown by b test thoy had made at the Bowmanvillc station. For five .years he had boon select inb. what he;considered 'his best laying pullots. In tho fall of 1904, ho had selected 12 pullets, Thoy began to lay in November, and tlirough December laid six to eight eggs a day. ?????????????onaDDDOlDappDQDQQQannDacjDnGni: "I Was and am .Vcl, afllicted wijh: rlieuiiiati.sui," say.s iMr. ,). C. Bayne. | editor of the Herald, Addingtru, In-; dian Toriiitory, "but thank.^j to; Chuniiborlaiu'.s^ I'aiii Balm am ablo once more to attend to bll.siness. It' is thu host of liniments." If troubl-j ed with rhoumatiam give I'ain Balm! a trial nnfi .voii .Tre certain to be more than plea.sod with tho prompt relief which it. affords. One application folioves the paiu. l''oi' sale by all druggi.s'l.s. AN OLD TIMER WITH THE- OLD BRANDS OF LIQUORS AND CIOARS IN A ^ NEW STAND ^ ' Just drop into my new qiuarters and con'/ince yourself that I am up-to-datt''. ' ,' The cleanest and brightest shop in South^'i-n Alberta. CBO. HOUK IS ????????????ODDaDtnnnor .As far as he could ji/.-Jgc, each pullet was laying her .share, but .Ion. 1 he find �A dams W n go ns /X Canada Carnage Cti.'s Buggies. Etc. ;|||f;F; RODGER3 Phone 63. Manager. iQeorgo A. 'j3h(!riiT, who less than "^.wo'iiioqttift, -^agQ'marriml Martha, rdftUKfater xii the. Vlate Seimtor Ful-|^r(>H,^n'Srockvi11e,. diMl in the St. - ' /Paul �io8plt�J, Montreal, itta'Sfioperttt/ipn:- -' Local Pclitical Situation. There is coiusivlernble .ipoculation ns t o the possiLvle candidntos in the coming bye-eloci|ion for the Ix>glslnl-uro to fill llu; sent vticato.l bv Hon. Dr. De Veljor. 'i'!io Liberals will iiold a convenlioii ill l)liver'H Hall on Snlia-vln,\' jvftei'-nooii, when tho Oovermncnt stiiii.-l-ard-bearer will be naiueil. Soverni immes are mfiiitlono'd in connection with the namvimt i'oii, amongst thorn C. Hiinmoiis, Aid. Wui. Oliver, J)r. ftliji-ui'lb and lir. IMvors, Jta.v-moiitl, 'i'ha Conserval ivofi ha\'e not yet flxwl tipoii a da.v for tho-ir convention, but it is generally ')>olievcd that \V. C. ives will again be theiir can-di-or. Saturday morning he lca, found no Ixtoks, and as I was further enormously informed that Mr. Scott would be absent for, somo tinte, end as wo very tNidl.v noodcs. Then, from north to soutb rows of trees 'should run at intervals througii tho garden. 'Wieso would protect from the sun in case bf early h'osis. But ho warned' liis hooters not to nlont in these rows any of tho poplnrs; they would almost sim!-I.v MomI up suckers that wou'l'd spoil the garden. For town liedgvs, Mr. Mitchell ruc-oinmended English Prive4. It would �grow, for he had seen it two years oW at Mountain A'iew. Other suit-oWo shrubs were Carngana, Ocnna-Han, Maple, Sj>rueo-anil WikI Bose. Mason & RiscH Piano Co. The Muson & Riscli Piano is conceded by alt competent judges to lie the highest grade of Pianos made in Canada. '.' If interested, call and] let us show you the goods. Sold on easy terms to suit your purse. Showroom at the "2 Macs." 1 Garden and Flower Seeds q .Q Q E. J. OANN DISTRICT ACCENT George Rogers LUMBER The Old Reliable Yard North of Freight Shed. Widest Choice Highest Grades Lowest Prices ' We have a very large assortment put up by the very best firms tis follows- Steele Briggs Seed Co., Toronto; D. M. Ferry & Co., Detroit; A. E. McKen'Me & Co., Brandon. We would advise an early selection; also leave your orders for Onion sets I SHERLOCK, FREEMAN & CO A March Snap SET OF SINGLE HARNESS ; : A. EASTON & CO. YARDS AT- LETHBRiDGE, RAYMOND, STIRLING. TABOR. It Will Pay You To See Our Stock Befoie Buyiug Elsewhere, "Wo would not bo without Chamberlain's Cough flotnody. It is kept on hand continually in our home," sjtys \V. W. Kearney, odnrtant part of 'the Alberta gar