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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 15, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta hMm ^FJANY FAMOUS BATTLES r.u&ti ,1b' more proftlflc of good stt>pa towards the safety of the lives -'than Western Canada," ro- of the 'Europeans then In tlij sun-rt&l> tly. Warmtn, the famous urbs mid criMwiuncnta. The Cnruin-ft*&tttiily Writer, whtlo in Wlnnl- wrs' fnmilU's had to tome to tiio fejtj^, Wnrnian was right. JWaldos OOth rilUs lima for safety. I had, 1 |phhy loUfll stories thut inlffht no ntn soriy to (*u,v, nn opportunity of of/Indian Warfare, ploiio.'f swing thu tr.tgvdli-s and InitehoiWx 0nary wt�V�, IjUHaIo lu.iittn , commit U\l on that Sunday night, for 'tffrlhiK, exploring �ml hunting, t.ieiv I was onu of .the Pa�y who wi-ru sonb IffmmaiiV:"'KdVfiiturous spirits attract round tho Liiuu.n.miiis on too morn-*a*tt' trio west by. Its |, mg of tin- lUn. It woUKt b� too hftva experienced ndvuiv far ru horrible to glvo tho details in full. 8utllre It, to �.>y we piu�ud up Iwdk'S in cloths; ihoy wire fi-maies, and Homo fnlthiul native sjr-erv would havo bwix moro lives lost. Duiiing thu stay from two 11 in till tho aril: of Al..y, everything B, . thuy Jffltiirw la many other clinics imeVftl; front Canada. *MAvtk * character is Jehn Hyan, s.1.'!JlatloftV of Witmipog. After enlisting that could lie oViw wr.s donj for the 'safe, ,tho HriUish army in 181 ?, Mr. safety of the Kurope* naHng his twrvlcc ho earned many doufn suspension bridge, where wo ^honors tinrt distincitons on active ser- met tho inuinnvrj s.roitjiy ontrinuh-  Vlc�, was once Hated as dead for -18 ed. The little Meerut force had two j^ottrs, ran foot races w'.lh Omsral hard days' iliduina: o� tho aoth 1.11J V^Iiord Robc-ris, served In the ln;lii.n atsi in taking i�o bridge un.l village. ^MliiUny, fiic�l iloath huidmls of "We sulYr be foun.l, both legs and arm*; v.iere V.flbKl in Australia, soid.ored in was never the .sumllmt particle of . era Onnudn, ami now, in his 78t't some of the bodies (uuud. 'Iherewns era year. he is completing (is twelfth a largo jntrty of imiiiinvrs sent out �� v..v.aker of tho court hou*-> Horn Delhi to attack our K-rces at Ht Macleod, in tho gaivUn of l.ii.�- the llli.douin bridge. Our authorit- ^anda greatest and test coLny. ies knew that the little h..ndful from f* When the Vetoraiisi Association de- Mcernt uoiikl not be able t0 meet cMed lo recelvo and ban.tiet 1-oiM the lur^ir ,ody fi\,in Demi, so Dug- flloiwrts when ho vivits \> lnnii:e0-, '.t a^lier .tones, commanding officer of ?;whs found that mnny members of tne the OOth rilles, muix-htw us in the brganltation had served under tho night of the (list 3."i miles to a place ""world-famed general, out probably called I'mnrc-put, whero thviv was ft who was a cotnrMlo of nriUjje of boats, within tt short Dry Land Earming. the only.i no who his lordship, when ho wos n yoii.ig subaltern, was Jch.i ltyun. .. He cnllsicd in the First Battalion, 9th Hides, in the fall of 181,'. at ,-jtliatham, ISng., uml a 1 .ter ho Melt with his regim.m tor Ki.ri'Uchec, in the province 01 iiomouy. Here 'his ad'entuns started. While the transport ship Ai/oukin n-tts inter.ii.{ the harbor at liotnuny, .Uio wus wrecked, ami he had a narrow exaPe from drowning, as ho bravely utu.Ht-� ifd In s�ving the women and chi.dren on board. Boats vere sent from distance of the Kuiiuul loud, going to De.hi, and where it w,s cX|K*ctetl that we should meet the North.vest force coming to that City. 'jhol�rau eiicmiy Horn Delhi ful.owitl us up to the brHlAe of beats, but it was cut biul iet go. "The Northwest troops uiul the Meerut gnir.son, marihin^ irom JCuinnul to iVll.'t, met a strong force ititi'emhcoiit eight iniUs from Delhi, whew i Toombs troups proved themselves: heroe�. Wo arrived on the bth of! lutx- anvl took up a position on the T. i v 7 htooi to the lith of 1 must one. an I olnontloii here a little imcident which *0,X,nt lhL)1IT to me. 1 �,� ortleiwl to MoinTiy'ln answer to signals of dis- '^i""'1^ Work from tho 8lll trem I'hc hnroor was mmous as a w�8 worK lrom llw sul '*�>'� ' got to him all tensely dramatic one., tnouBh tin. fire from the e n interest was height- �nee the lautous Ki.h i-noor diamond which is now s..t in Kngland's crown. Mr. Itynn tells ol tho discovery of the iIIoiiioikI, which is among the very in the world, as IoIIowh: "MairaJ was a prlso:nr in vt tc:a KUardcd by two sentrya. Aoout mi.i-nlght cno of the s,nli>s baw Ma.r�j take tho diamond from h'is hair, which vas called in the usual way of1 tfeo natives of tho country, on top of Ms hoad, and thinking that it was a weapon or poison for the purpuHe of committing suicide, he s.'./.id the famous gem and uftorwards h(lndc. I it over to his command n; officer, lie Was � member of tho loth rc,inioit of foot, and 1 never heard of his being rewarded for the capture of tne stone. At FcrozePorz our regiment was formed into I'.ne on tonerul parade, and the diomiml wus i.xhi./it�.'il to us." W|th his regimini he marches half over InJia. sulTennl from thirst in tropical wildernesses, ate dry crutas ; of famished warfare, fought llyder Allah's traops, and �us in at the ttuisii whjn that \U'ious native llglit-ar was forced to sun under. At Paa'lawar, near ilia nyter 1'ass, he g'lani.tU the en^ineors n� thuy constructed forts under the llro of the tvybervuti, and spent pioneer days on the road to Simla, at Kusauli and Sobtttho, where Kipling sc-t much material for his "Aldiu Tul.w, From the Hills." ^it WuS at Meerut, in lSZlfXTlicro h7nr8r^hMsi88r1^MaB�w*ftr^?iio was then a young deist n nt n 'i oom!) .j troop of Bengal llorso Ailiilviv, t.e inning a record of s^luiuiin0' t.iia has wound up wlt.i h s l;oidin; the posltlcu 'of coimuauucar-tn-thief oi the Britihh army. "At our gttrrison spirts," uajsMr. nyan, he ran a toot r.itx- wua me. Ho. was at that liutu un uthktiu little fellow, handy, s art, nud a capital runner, us he was thu uiil.. man during my twelve > in India, at all our military sports, wau beat main a foot* race. 1 h.d s.'cn him several times uu. ing tho sie^ and operations at De.hi. and even then he was a man marked among his fellows as one before whom iay a brilliant career ------ i uu "7 ' up the Dhooly, myself talcing m could hear tne onemy jub-heriii^ away inside the fortifications, so eh ho diil we approach. The gvn-ernl itssuult took place on tho morning ,f Sept. Jlth, both on the Church battery and tho Cns'.imeer gate. There liave been many tenm-tionnl stories wriltn aliout thit iiit'inorahle hi w'.u; up and Uiktng of the gate, i.nd all histories contain the details. 1 wus wit . 11 10 yurds of the mil- whin it was blown o|>en by the eng n ers. There was a company oi the (HI: ri(le8 s�.nt out before on tlie morning of tho llth os s:;iiinisheis to cover the heavy column when tho gate . woukl be lilowu (.pirn. The oiucer commanding the ottiiiiux-rt* and three of h h assisi-auts were killi*!, and others we o m'Vorely woinukd. With the 4ielp of a comrade, 1 cari'ud the wounded from the gate, and a bravo bugler of ill.- "jl.nil 1j. 1., nlth.urh wouad-cdiil in two places, sUJU^souhdotTtlioI adviinci^Jii^irtri Jt&u7y colum,,, so 1 | ......."V11 a position to tee the whulo 1 ansaClK 11. ' "After the troops entered the city, the men sc ittereii .11 t..o s.ixvts. by- : ways and alloy*. M.v |.�iit .t , ] t�:r,u.ud a clutrinol lie. ! "On our retiring fri.m the .ii'llojjo i compound to ihe 1 hu .li, ire v s a wounded man to ug n , to ill' "2nd L. 1. asked me 10 The mutiny whkh hus lived in his-jiake h'im out. The bullets from tie too' as one of the world's mo&t h s- j Sepo>� v.em thick mil fast, but 1 rible and bloody diwturoaucca, biol.o got the man in my i unmanageable. Siieakiu; of tho hi-;- from the drummer boys to General , toric autyroAk, Mr. ityttn says: Wilson, thuy were all hero s. Them �� *'HQiiifi,',tlM�o previous to t*:o out- were 20 to 1 against our little Delhi trreak of tho nmt'my Uito wore some army, und yot wo gained a victory ftgfi troopers-of vhe llth native cav- that saral India. ulM triedT�y:a. eenorul court martial My i�.t'im�nt v.ns ordered to Borlel-foj*. RMltlflQUM conduct, en:l on a gnu-Jly. wheiu there was a strong lotvo era* parade on tho morning of tie of the nmtluecrH, mid where Sir t'ol-tH|| uf May, were thucklod, 0nil somu|in Campbell und his tone came, an I . vt th^wtfro seiilenccd to low tonus after tak'.ug th t |ilacu ho orderoii a '-.Of ppnftj^lsurvicef llu 85 prisoners ferro to proceed and inlem^pt . .........----... that .to what was cillcd nrch-seoumlrel. Nn-Na-Hnhlli lofo;e lail> u(>d a guard ofile und his force nmched tho Napul Fin Charge of them. IIHIIb. Wu were pivParing to follow orn'ngrti>j i-'hacUlij'j hint up under Ihe command of Brig-* Ifci''"|rt*'r4 a" I ttdler J. H, Htniis, When tho onler �nitintintltJn of wrb countcrniandod. 1 will say, that . on tho without any feeling of cowardice, I IMoohtor thank Cod for it. As sure 11s I urn ' dry-lnnd fire. Tho other w�s for carrying Vno' fanners. What I may say has neon j wounded from tho College uompotind -gAim>il by years of experience nntl ob-1 In Delhi. The men who blew up tho nervation with dryland enltUvntion,! Delhi gate and who took their Hvo* � nntl us there are so many farmers: in their hands to save others, have coming into our district, some, no boon thanked by lOnglnnil and re- doubt, who have knowledj;e, and momlx-iiil In history. 'Iho whole some who have no knowlidjv, of l;io force acted With such grim determin- nature of our soil, and mi,soli, 1; ntlon. cool l-ecklis.Miess ami calculnt- h0|>c thaf. what I may have to �a.v ing daring, that fiom groatost to W|ll bo of Interest to I least they have been br. tided ns her-| 1 ,ni iiuite willing to toll them oes and individual honors were ren\wh�t I have found out, utter years j tiered Impossible. jof cultivation, i�s�rdinj: the nature After fourteen years service In In- of our soil ntid sul seil. and hjw tho dirt, he returned home, mid on fur- nature of tho subsoil may be over-loun'h visited his ixdallivis nt KM- conie and made lo ad.,pt iitself to konny, Ireland. He took n fiiv ills- the needs of man and uvsi. It dr.e work siiceo>m.ui|v. "ttront Land'' of Rmithern Al- a good dertl has been said in th,, horta, now the garden of the D0111P1- pupers oi late about getting down Ion of Canada, and has been Hvinr i,t0 the soil. "I'lo.i.h deep," in Mncleod for 22 years with his plough deep. ' 'is good lj ^Ive. children and grandchildren. His ago ,u,;| ^ retain tho nioi�tuiv. hut ther0 wr.s. on the Slth of dune. 78 years, [a someth n^ else is of int-ie;t niwl he is both hn'e and hearty. As lo t|,0 rainier, espcciuliv in a ul-'L' throw your furrow of soil in tne _ ~ j place where you took the- clay from. (Krank Paper.) U.11.I so on nlurnnndy. Leave this cs Mr. (Jart ner. of Macloo I, s lb-col- rough as pnsa.ble f.r the winter nc-lector of ciwtoms ami inland rev-'tion upon it. 'Ihe action of the wia-c 11 ue. has been suspcnde.l for u'lc0ed ter weal her on iJiis cl,,y exposed is irreguluritioH in the uccount* of tie such as to make it so il will not office, and an official from the L*�th- bake or slick any more. The sticky bridge office is iii'Churgv of tie olllco chemical (l wish some of our low'11-nnkln.{ inveslfgat 01.s. and pending ed men would tell is wbi;t chuiuicul the appo'iiitna nt of Ourilner's sue- it is) has been taken out of that cessor. 'Ihe ciivumstonces which led part of the clay which was the most up to th.r duty. Sonio fric- more poioiis and open th 11 the clay, lion nrisintf between tho pmties at nm| therefore takes in the rainfall a later date, and tho man who hnd much more tmickly than the clay can paid the duty to Oordner. Iviviug j 8.!ok� u 8UrP.!clo,n8' hc """""""^iS1 ! >l�T> "ir. y�"j have one of the finest with headtunrters as to the *20. ',lallM!rH o( .uoistu.e i.nahina lo- It with the result that this in/estlp- w|, hott| a|| ,t gets. *ihe clay nQw ion took place, and Unrdner has is ,n ^UrnlM shal>e f.r taking in been suspended.__imoisturo and retain n; it for the fut- 0 lure use of the crqn, and it will i.'o Phillips Pleads Not Guilty out ,lh"; >"�i*"T smi.coi.tiy mat r _ * enough tij ftu.stiuu thu (.rowk.ig crops '.and bring it to maturity. Toronto, March Lady offi- 1 believe 1 am risht when I say wo rials connected 'with* the York.haVe ulw'u-V8 ha(1 ����ci.nt ra nfall ia r>n..n�., I-r \\   ' 1 any season lo pro.lucu any >- nd of S^JJPrjr-tonn, were tho principal ,.,.,,. Tho trijUihos iw. t, boll witueSSCB lit tho invcfitl^niton into the mo it t me when it (.'td come. Hero tho conspiracy clinrgo n^lhist .vou have a meth d of euiti ntion Joseph Phillips, tho lute president, vh'ch ,rotlli" a11 the moiBturo wh�n he appeared in tte polico ^^^J^ltl r"" court to-day. To very many of moisture is concerned. I huv0 used tho questions put to them by this meth .d of s,e 1 een fairly ^od. H I estlUg filCtS. MlSS Grel'trudo Hnll. were to tell >ou what amount o; who oocuiiied tho position of Ui'irt- nu-ney 1 hive m,il.� out of my ono ynge clerk, Sliid she lurmu.- m. were for a "easm. I won d no don �t .essed of some of tho company's Tm'SZ realty. Jit iinmo only, and mothod 1 f tu'.t'.vutii n u:ter the so I gave mortgages, but did is decayed. not know what sho was signing it makes me wnrlor wh-n I hen- her name lo. and simplv did bSBho P�0i,,iJ l�J-'"-' ul out wvin.i two � 1 1 � nt:. n ^ '  rr 1 years nml then mos o,.o to in 010 wastcltl." Miss Georgia Hudson th. mM lo .,alh r hUint.:w;ll threw some light on the operations in that year of idlen, ks to pr dace of the company in its relationship two more crops the 1'..iiowinj two to LisKt PillllO Co., the Toronto ^u'8- My experience and o ser.-a- Lifennd other concerns. Miss'1'"" " lK ."L iV� .T,, Ti.Ti 1  Tt 1 1 1 t ,1 this. Ihe land is ui.ito c pal le II Georgia Hudson, head of the cor- ,ho ,,all i8 CAlW>\*. ui h.w do bin tiflrate department stated that she part ml tlu land will do its p rt. cen6ed to bo a holder of shnrt 8 This method of cultivation c. n iw ulxjut a year ago. transferring her T>P�oy'j� the M-nvi.g of any !,,.,.,;,. 4i,, fn,.,. ., T -P f. crop. Now. I do not wik:i you to in-mterests to the Toronto Life Co., fm.,r,m what 1 have �niil that cops When a person uindo a surrender 1 cann0t Ihi grown accept you adopt in order to buy a piano, tho whole Uhls method of cuitivntkn. Thoy can amount which had beeu paid in!1'0 K**own, and niv boing gro. n. gof.d was paid to the Lists Piauo Co. -in Ivm,i>-,u,�' UMt if you w^*7 Ito ,,,aJ� .-iij".! �i,,4 ,1 ,i,, � "Iimt'B of your crop, you will havo t-j spit� of the fact that all the nrst j ,m.I>or, tl:t( i0,,, Ul ho:, lho I110|,t. eight payments bad gone as com-lura. in enso of a dry seasjn, never mission to the agent and a ninth] turn up tho ciny subsoil in the payment hud gone for a certificate, '^/'"ff- if you Co. you leonn Moreover after receiving this com- jffi ^Z^J'^nUZ. lo'ur mission the agent received Bve per; Jnwi. i, ti,, Kining. should he of a cont on the succeeding |inymetits,; light color, causwi i-y tt u-n;i of al-A twenty-five cent weekly payment ikar with t�w flwt Tiu-nivoil SO ,,f U , ,,,1 ft ,u�r'm,n n,u' t"*oubK� you no moro; at agent receneu 9 jot it, and o |x'r!lwu,t> ,hal h H ,)CWI my oXpt.ri nco. cent, on payments after the hrstji 0m not seekin? mr promotion ,r eight. After eight ItlOUths tho!n Idg salaried postion. Th� only person could surrender and the!|-k,m-; 1 hoi'� ,0'' 'hit it may whole amount was paid over to ^f^ZX^Z^ t, do wo,M List* Piano Co, or Toronto Life bo to tt.�t t,.is (or yoursoives iwforo accordingly-as a piauo or iusur. you adopt this method of cuitiva-ance was taken. tlon, nntt a very good way would bo "In that case the York Loan Co, '" ,h� wring to tahj up a small would lio Inaino m��o� �11 d,� amount of clay suhsoll. l0avo It in ;re�i!sShTwiy�c th�r,tin8 ,mvo uomf'! Mr. Phillips pleaded not guilty and the ease was adjourned till Tuesday. something away from It is to turn it up tin tho autumn. If vo do ao, it becomes Just os workable ns the top soil, ami 1 believe Is almost as fertile ns the. top soil is. I regrot to close my experience, uut 1 must, o�* it will find its way to tho W. P. n. OLD T1MKR. A WO UP TO THK MtiUCItANTS (Western IV.tiadA Trade a'anelte ) Wh,v const Utiles the success of t'to business man? Advertising. What Is-the backbone of a thriving r.nd up-to-dnta buslno>�? Advertising. What Is needed to wake up tho citizens to buy at your store? Advertising. I Business men and merchants should n:>l fail to take advnntngo of a good method to Improve their business. One of the most satisfactory means is to ndvei-lisv your gootls. Let tho people see and know that you nro not. h believer in methods. People us a rule den't patronize the store of which they sec, hoar nnd know very little-they go to the THE N1>,W WtiSTEItN SKNATOltS. Hon. L. 0.' DoVobor, li.V., is a -..-..,,,, ,,, WflUuciiun s0n of lllcliard Sandys and Caroline Lethbrldge Office, Southard Block lXVober, Anglo-Can.,dlans, and was �-.....' - - - - - W. 0. Simmoxs, B A., Grown Proiecnto C. V Binsitt, B. A, born iVb. 10, 18�tf, it Ml, Jonn.N It. lie was educated at tho culio^l-ate school nnd King's college, Windsor, >. ana saalnd ineuicinu at Hnrtholomew Hos|iitMl, London, Kn,-land, and tho University of lY'unMyl- vaiiia, at Philadelphia. He was elect-1 . v .... 4  � . cd la the Northwest Territories As-1 Apk your ticket agent for tickets semmiy in ihe gvneral elections of J8�8, ami was re-electeti in lWoa. lit the Assembly he occupied the |>osi-tion of govciitiiient whip. Ito whs j chosen a member of lite new Ali�rt� Uoveimiiniii. In 1885 he was married to Itaehael Frances Hyan. . Hon. I'oU-r Talbot, of Strathconn, | Alta., Is a son of Henry Talbot, and was born March 30, 1854, at Kra-mosa, Wellington t.'ounty, Out. He was educated at.Hockwood Academy, nnd the Ottawa Normal Hchool. Mr. Talbot was for ten years a Justice of the peace, and wns principal of the|^' . . . ,  n tt t t!ornwai Model School. i8��-i8t�u, Convenient trains, Pullnmn rieep. and prlnclparof tfto Macleod l'ubllc ' *- w-----v~i--------- its columns a bounU.ful bir.osl. Mor- 0,JJ" . chnius advertise in their town1-,1*0"* Vr- M�y w*" horn in the Pain.r because they know from ex- *^fovlnco of Queooc. at the vill*** of pcrieiice the prompt und enriching re- st*. *'�ncois, Munt0oiiiery County, suits oljtuin.tblo. 13o in the swim ftnc| *}Hl �wolvod his education at L*v,l get trade by advertising. University, Montreal, where he grud- �ns, The people of t0wn un I country aro -- --,-------- �---------.......� - ' ' nn.t came to li'dmontoii in the spiiiig of taws, and hus neon n resident of this ever keep one eye shut when on gag- ^'J4*8' and hus neon I in the search. Whm a newspaper *= ^ c0nt.nuous.y -,iv..� , 1 ihi.ii. in,.ma �,h,.v .k� using medicine, in always uov itl arrives nt thei. ______ -, ----- ud.ei'liMiig columns nnd sec tho tX act article they waiit is offered by , v 7 .Smith at 11 reasona do I'gure. whl'e ol ",ttl "�*l�' ov,r at Joiu-s' a pie of the s.iine nr- i.i-~ AV^.r'iVw^J ticlts will leconw old-fashioned he- !!|? .a.r.Pl.*nl,,n A,bcr*a'...f*r' eousj of the slow demand. Tho nun who does not Invite trade rarely deserves it. ,......_____, ever since, prac. . ,, ,u- .^l!l1'a!'^> tlsing medicine. In 1U0O feo married homo thoy road the an ^,,,,0111011 lady. Miss Helen Young, daughter uf Harris, n \0aii4, of that city. Vr. lloy has t*k*.\ a p steady inter�>st in politics �wr since his arrival in Albcrtat l>r. Hoy is its yeins of age, and will cna of the youngest men in the ismata chamocr. James M0ffatt Douglft* tn born nt Linton, llankshead, Hoxoungh, Scotland, on Muy 3d, Ja39, and was educated thore. at Toronto tnlvor-sity, and at Queen s University. Kingston Hu studied theology at Knox College, Toronto, and) at l'riitceton Seminary, und waa ordain-to the ministry in 1865. After WAS A KUALISTIU SCENE. (I'ronk Paper.) An aimiR'n? story is told in connec-th 11 with the t'"�t theatrical com |Miiy that ever visile:! this district. yt The pioneer show man was old Harry w, lR tho th(J i^u^, Uovernment. Jn 1861 he ���'�*. In lieu of whistey-it wfts in lnftrried jun0i u�u8ht�r of Geargo prohihition days-most ol them hid 8m|th o( llurlingl*ni OBl. louded up nn Ili-Kletteis bitters, ami CUTS LOOflE KHOM Mtt. BOflDEN. ihey crcr.tid a lot of amusenvnt_ hj, 1 Ottawa. March 8-Senat r Miller, hokliiu their Dig bottles up to their | of s y l|tt who htt, U(Kn QWj of eyes m the pietemv that thoy were lho'reco^nt/ed leaders of the C.nser-oivra Ihe lUece had pro-, v Uvo ,mrly BlnCe Ccnfedoratlon. has to that stage at which 5�oe. nbamloiied his party, th,. Oci.roon. nl-tvniptH to escape lUxvMiy he ^ived a letter from from alel'lusk.s. the vUlan. Hie nt-� n. u j^-den, notifying him to tempis to cres-s the stage and poss|ntUnj the Conservative caucus at 11.11 111 h.r flight, but he draws a big U)fl 0,,cni,K of th)0 prwwMt aeaalon. knife am! refuses to allow her to | SomUor Miller answered, declining pns-i I lie Hi-'iupatiiy with Mr. Dorden as leader in connection with the pension und salary bills of Inst se�Kioii of parliament. Setiator Miller said that hln position in future wouhl le that of an independent Liberal Conservative member in the Senate, free from all Party ties or allegiance. -o- SOLT!| AL1IEKTA FltOSPERS. Tlie votes poiied in Saskatchewan at the rectiil l'rovincinl election wasj Considerably greater than the vole potted in Alberta. The total veto in 1 Winnipeg, March 7.-According to Sa�.atthew-a'ii wtVs iiu.XTo, white 1^; Dunn's anil liradatreet's commercial Aliieita the vole was only 20,748. j reports for the Past week, thoro was In .h:irtu. none; Saskatchewan, two. 1 500 Writs issued, Alberta 13. Haaitatcne-U17 Wan> Judgments, Atoerta 6; 2 210 Soskutchowan, 10. The figuiva Mow 1 313 Southern Aloerta in a moat favor- ' a'cc ( j able light. Out of 13 writa issued 1,310 ,heru Wor'-> ol>t>* ,nA* iu Soutn.-rn Al-1 o3 l>orta. a* against nine north ol Re "l i'.O.I ^cc*"' while all six judgments wai� ' aueiuat northern fkhms. ' uo I � . 1,707 1 SALARIES FOR BRITISH iM. P.'n 616. - .. 1.5VI1 London, March 8.-The Houa* of .. 2,018 Commons, after a dlacussi^n occupy-615 injr the whole session, carried by a .. l,0i,0 majority of 2*i8, tho motion iniro-.. l,,0ii duced by the capitalist Li.eral, Win. "17 ileakutb Lever, reprmnt.n, the Wlr-.. 1,505 ral division uf Cheshire, in favor of .. 1, mcnt of 91.500 yeurly. . l,M-> a .. 1.445 EC3SEMA, TETTER, SALT RHEUM, . I.au8 : ITCH, I1INO WORM. HERPES, .... 582 i BARBERS' ITCH. -� j All af thaso diseases are attended 30,1,0 1 t,y intunso itcfein't;, which is almost I insttintly i-elieved by applying Ch\m-UlCV Mlt. l'AULEV HE31.NEU. berlaln's Salve, and by its conln'-a'. - uso a permanent cure may be affect- A nieclmg of the directorate ot the ed. It h:>�, In fact, cured rn-iy orWi Bulwell Coal and iron a.iues was tbnt had resisted other treatment, held in Culgry redn-iy. Tnore wo.o Price 25 cents per box. For aale by V. Hulve.i. -11 -�------> leave It thoro until it Is thoroughly dry, then sob what you can make of Vou will find it contains s-nno- hliig which wo must get awoy from it, and tho only Way to got that present tlio Hon. Coo. il. V. Iiulyou, 10vs.1l.nt; Jtev. Mr. 1'adley, ut Lcth-bridge, ui.d Air. 'i'huiuas LndoiW od, cf Calgary. Air. l'adley tendered his resignation as manager of tho comp. ny's iniittH, and it was accept.d. Mr. tin-derwoud was then appo.jitod iii.nng' in^j tin 1 etoi". HOMESTEAD ENTRIES. Ottawa, Moivh 0.-llomcstood entries ai'o rapidly increasing. During tho month of i-"obruury there wore 2,0H m lies, as compare:! Witw 1,-171 for tho saino nion h Wist yoai*. or nu increase of 870. Tho lar est incroares aio at Edinonti 11, Itegina und Uuttleford. At It ttleford tho enti'ics wero "80. compaivd with 78 In February. 1003; Ito^ina, 81)0, compared with 231, and Edmonton, 308, compared with 150 in February, ltma. There is a big Increaso at Vorktoii. tnd a decroaso at Prince Albeit. I -o-. A FAVORITE REMEDY FOR I DAIUES. I Its pleasant tasto and prompt curot ; have made Chamborlain'a Cou.b gttem'Hly a favorite with tho mothers j of small children. It quickly cures their coughs and colds and prevents any dungor of pneumonia or otbor sei'ious consoi;ucncos. It not only euros croup, but whoa given as noon as tho croupy cough appears will prevent tho attack. For sale by all druggists, l4Mstys:-vV.A,,. all druggists. ^ Glnzing Graining *  W. M. BARBER. Painter and Decorator i Carriage Painting a apeoialty z Kalsomining Paperhangiug SIMMONS 4 BENNETT Barrlatera Ao. LBTPDRIDQtfi AND CARD8TON llonay to Land on Town and Farm Property via the Wisconsin Central Ry. -To- Milwaukee, CMeago, ana* All Point* Caat aa* So�tk Agricultural Institute Meetings A aeries of Agricultural Meetings will be held under the joint auspice* of the Provincial Depart-tnent ot Agriculture and the local Agricultural Societies at the under-ntentioni'd places and dates:- Pincher Creik, 2 and 8 p. m., March 8 Lcthbri'lge, 2 and 8 p.m., March !). Stirling, 2 and 8 p. m., March 10 Bayniond; 2 and 8 p. ui., March 12 Magrath, 2 und 8 p. in., March 18. Ckirdston, 2 and 8 p. m., March 14 The speakers and their subjects are as follows:- A. MITCHELL Macleod "Forestry" D. W. WARNER Edmonton "Preservation of Soil Moisture." A. W. FOLEY Bowniunville, Out. "Poultry Raising." A cordial invitation is extended to all interested in agriculture to attend. Geo. Hsrcovrt Deputy Minister of Agriculture. KEANS -FOR- High-Class Confectionery --FRESH- Malaga* Crapes. Bananas, Oranges. Lemons. Tigs and Pates CELERY AND GOOD BREAD We serve hot tea and cake; also Ice Cream every Saturday. J. W. Kean & Co Opposite P.O. 'Phono08 BRIGHT and SPARKLING W !-� "x |i* r � l>.   � qi ;   � 1  �1  ��! r v Ih 1 1 t  , 1. it. F 1 �r>, Pnmaiv 8 r D v. Ml'-Mll� r W *:  a nil Ci.| ;