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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 15, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta DR. P. W. TULLER I POLICE PROTECT MINE PHYSICIAN AMp SURGEON LETHBRIDGE Afflee-0*�r OH'* Ehrber Shop. Hoois--10:30 in I2:(KI noon; a.uO lo ,1:01. p. m ; 7sO() lo 8:110 p. m. Office Nltfbv Hell and Telephone F. H. Sherman makes a Statement j in Regard to Stilhe OR, C. C, ORAGG j PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON i Ottcc-Orer Hlylnliotham's Drug Store PHONE OMioe 125 House 94 Drs. Mewbum & Galbraith Physicians, Sutjion*, Accouchcts Office-Rodtmih St. cor? Burdeti. Hours-Before 9 a.m., 2�-!-{ pan.. 7-8 p. m. Snndnys-2.S0 to p. m. Telephones 41 nml 5'!. F. H. MKWBURN W. 8. U AbMJAITll M. D. 0. M. M. D. C. M. The miner'* st rlko  is still the talk df the tnwn. Hopes nre expressed that it will not bo prolonged, but the feeling of livoplo who pretend to In' nuthorit l.-s, is Ihi�l the lronhl.etor, Mttelood; A. W. Foley, 1'oul- lit necessary to use o sub-surface try export, Howitvanville, Out., and i packer. The one he liked best was \V. Warner, lCdniouton. i composed of whit'ls s\l. in line, each Mr. Foley, who Is wry familiar ' )???vi"� a . V-s-hnpeil clr.'iiiufen'iir.:' This week \vc direct special attention to our night \ general meeting of trio Tjeth-g Liberal Associalion will lw) Drs. DcYcbcr &. Campbell Physicians nnd Surgmns. Offices-Ott block. 'Phono 148. Central Boot & Shoe Store W. T. ITKNSON, PI?OP. Lethbrkltf0' Altn. C. B. BOWMAN Heal Estate and Insurance Agent MONEY TO LOAN Man ligc Licenses Issued FFICE: FIRE HALL ADD'K Weit of Post Office Barnes & Co. REAL ESTATE and GENERAL AGENTS Olflce-Sccond Floor Sonlhnrd Bkck Pest Office Box 3 Telephone No. 122 2. They also ask to be paid for | Unit, pint of the product which goes ; thi'oiiuli the screens. Hitherto it is staled that nil coal going through a I J mesh sciivn was not allowed to iIm miiii'r in his conduct, they r per cent, of their :>iliving work. The prevent nipiest i.-i Hint they be paid for such proportion of ilie L'C per cent, going , through the serein ns is iniirks-tcin whereby the owners ili-.ltict all ices. dues, nml iniMniion ices from the wage of the miti.M' uit.l \liie to lilo I nilcil .Mine Workers' Association by such inner. This clause is on i all oilier t tuus-.'s of the Association's | itgr.vinents. I. Tile las' po.'nt is that of the in in im u i>i wagi.1 "Ant miner failing in earn lite minimum rale of three dollars per shift owinu to any ali-nortiial con,lit ion of Ins working space, shall ho paKl by the company il siilllcient amount to secure Ivilu the siti.I minimum " This clause is also in the Crow's Nest Pass Conl t'oinpmij's ngiveinent with its men Mr. Si'.ermaii innde the following stntemc-itt lo the Herald'. If the A. H. & I I'll, ran show that it is impossible to gite those concessions an.I operate at a pmtit. we are still prepared to negtrt iute on a basis that would Ik* fair and Just lo all parties concerned. 1 have written two letters to tho General Manager, Mr. Nitisinith. hut that l,vnlli'innn has not nnsweii-.l yet. We are preparid at all times'to lay our case before the public, ni �l IV-gret tl:nt we hitve to si i ike at l.eth-hriilge l�>r tthat wo hate gritntid to ns by law in the other coal ininiti provinces of Canada Our nun live betu-r on strike than they did while at ttorl, Mant had fatni! t-s to support, bonig unable to properly fuM lb. in. vtilltotit v.'�'l�i; into .) carrying from ning will (Calgary Herald In three sections, seven to elevpn cilrs, the vanguard of the spring invasion from the States arrived in Calgary today. At ."> o'clock tho first section arrived, followed ul T 30 by the second, ami �.� by the third. It was tho most extraordinary movement of substantial settlers ever recorded In Calgary, and a groat many Calgary business men �gatWrod at the tlenot td of whole families of from three to ten. .John M. Hownn. ; of Randolph, Notiraskti, had Hie ban- I nor family, composed of 11 children, | seven hoys and four girls, oM healthy ; liK>kiitg young poople. He will loente | on a ipinrter soot Ion for wHiich ho j pnitl ?7 |>or actv. 21 miles cast of Otds From Imlian Territory. Oklahoma, : Kansas, Arkansas anil Missouri, j there weii' fiOO poople. They raino I right through in a social train from St. Paul. There were two slippers ' ami seven day coaches. It is signlft- i cant of the wi�alth of t+ioss- settlers that they travel In standard slivping cars when they can get those accoin-; nioilnt Ions. Colonel Portor, of Mus-koegit. Indian Territory, governor of tho Citi'k tintion, accoinpani��;l tltis trum with a nmnlior of iriowls. They expressed .sat isfact ion with tho splendid weather, and the metropolitan -........... wry with poultry from tho fanners' standpoint, dealt very Interestingly with two phases of tho subject, treating In o million dozen I isggs, enough if placcil sivle ity sivle t o ' reach from Halifax to Vancouver. I The poultry products of Canada were worth last year $120,000,000. A vast , sum, in spile of the neglect. Hint hail boon given the poultry. The demand for poultry nml eggs was Increasing. > | In tho west it was'much in excess of l the demand, not less than $100,000 I worth had boon ship|>ed in from On-) tnrio the past, season. This repres-jentotl half a million hours of labor, i Tlie demand in tho next few years | would grow with increasing rapidity j and it was up to the west to supply it. Ontario formers were now liuy-itvg western wheat, turning it Into eggs and poultry, and shipping the products back nt a big protlt. They were able to raise chickens that at -l I pounds. At How-iiuttiville they had found that Hi roe weeks' feeding in the fattening crates gtivc over 100 per cent, profit. For every hen they owned they should pt'oTluce div-ssed poultry enough to pay profit. To do this the flock must ls> carefully select id. The weak and ill-formed ones must bo weeded out. Tho flock must be renewed every your, keeping nothing but pullets, liaise three times as 'many chicks as you intend to keep ,-then wood out the cockerels and the weaker pullets. . For winter egg production, the ; dual-purpose fowl was the best. It ; was ea�lor to build up the Itocks and i similar Inverts as igg proilueers. than thu MeditteraniMiti breeds as flesh producers. The latter �ilo not si turd eon-1 llneinent so well. They lay a smaller ! egg. ami it is while, in Toronto i now they nre paying from " to :i cents more per do/eu for brown eggs This presMcd down the lower sail and left the lop loose, to prevent evnp-orat'ion. He did not think that the common float in use here ih.uiId take [the place of tho sub-surface pucker, I After the lniv.l was packet:!, the funnier could not harrow too often, j Tree-planting hail been extensively | followed in Nebraska. The (lovorn-' ment had reiptind every honiestead-!er to i^ant from UO to .10 acres of ] trees; indeed, it had become a point of honor to plant trees. No farmer ! sliould Iv s:ntistleil with it bare prairie j home; hence tho school grottnils shoukl i lie well planted nnd the children ! should be tntitrht tho. value of t roes. ; The winds in Nebraska blew hot, as .though they enmo from an oven. Hut [the trees have sheltered the crops ilind prevented them from being liurtt-1 oil up. Forests have iucrciis-ed the rnlnfiill in that State ;i or I inches iper it n n ii in. Fruit would b:> n success here. Tit , Nebraska at* first they had thought fruit growing almost nn impossibility, but they kept on. His father l'.tul drawn apple trees '!00 miles In a wagon. Finally they succeeded, and today Nebraska farmers grow more apples  than they need. No i doubt they could do bettor hero, hut the (iovoiT.meut should come to Hie ; former's aid nnd nssist him in experiment ing. For Men, just received from New York Purchased from the makers, there is -no middle profit-you get the benefit. Prices $2.25, $2.75, $3.00, and $3.25 each, for High Grade American Hats. - - - - Come in and See Them ZU Bentky �o'y, Ctd WHOLESALE AND RETAIL bp thu ii for white. The wise producer to the best paying d.^ liegii tier, and tin* Itocks would give as many i-ggs ns Hie Leghorn varieties during tho winter ami spring, and when you killed them in .Inly, you would get two or three pounds more moat. Slimy poultry men did not km w that all the eggs that a hen woulti lay were lit her hotly in an embargo stuto when she was hatclud. As soon ns her body was fully developed, she naturally in-guit, if site was well fill, to lay. The hen that would lay ll!o eggs in the tirst lift con m.nit lis of its life, was Hie most valuable. A long series of experiments at tho poultry stations, botli in Canada and the l'iiito.1 Statt s, had shown that 10 pullets would lay ns many eggs us 17 yeurliii^ hens or 'J'J t wo-yeor-ulil hens. For feeding, he used the ordinary grains, either alone or inixid. He was fiiiling less ami less mash. For eggs, winter foetl must n|ipro\-;inate sunimer fi>ed as closely us possild J ames Macdonah ARCHITECT Southard Block, Red put h Stirid LETHBRIDGK. ALT A. I.cthOridge Col.-maii . Lille....... t'nniiiore Frank.. I'.aiiMi.-.'t | Hillcivst .... Hell.' View. I.UIidl.Ct i, Tubot (' i' � [" 111.1. t. 1 Id II C. iintiors 'j.i in ii l.eepillj tiumti.-r t ' t ttlile ill lo I), sho'll.l Cottage Sanitorium High River Open air cure of Consumption Tonus, including niediejil iittondanoi*. Sin woi'kly. Terms, inclnding inedical ntliiid-nnco. Writo for booklet. PIONEER MEAT MARKET AT NUMBER THREE ......-.21 Jin i ...........22.-. 270 .............102 .............. :�Jo .........:ut 7S .".ii tllil 2.in>7 of Albert a miners .1 titer J'.llll lilell alf working in tlti' pumps K'tiui-* inoiinit',1 police from siirrotiiy.1 in^; prt-s. nt in t as., ant arise from i lie strike tram brought Hat and Maple appearance of tho city Yesterdnv's Mooscjaw local brought ,.,.411 ,.,.,.,. 2ii settlers from lied Oak, la., in charge of V. IL Hoag. They broughl 1 ","'1' , , . 2.". ears of household goods, all loail- In ndviine.-d poultry keeping, for .si at ur neor the smull town of Iio.1 Iprolil. no bmls should be kept after Oak. Thov arc not liomesteaders. I �hey are iftis'ii tnotit hs ohl. I he. pul-but are men of means who haw I"'" �houl men for the Calgary Colonization Company. Limited, who will pur- hnse henvily in lands. Altogether*the now settlors have creat.il a grout deal of attention in tho city today. They hired rigs early ami drove around the city and into 1 he country. They display n resolution to gel acquainted with tlieir new surroundings at once. k nil or the prop- ;  -. -.1 1 _;i not duniugid !111 Luthbrulgo. \ t > o-' cemls'r laid six to eight ogs!s n day. As far us he could judge, each pullet HAXWF.LL. Till', HANK UOUMF.lt.; Toronto, March 1 :t.-l-'.iltt in Mali- | well nml Mrs. Ilnuwoll hn.l their pre-liiniiiary hearing in tho police court \ this morning. Thomas ICIrkttootl, in- i speclov for the Crown Hank, was the \ liist. witness. 11. Sol win Miinwell. clerk in the Home Hunk, and brother of the prisoner, was then examined. An extract from a letter sent home by the fugitite lo his brother was as follows: IVnr Hugh,-Hove done what I have oft en threatened- loft homo for keeps. Incidentally, I have lakon some of tli.' bank's money, so will likely lie away some time. Nora is tiilh nie. bin if anyone says she l.-d mo to tlo ii they are liars. It was my own idea, and I would hove done it. long ago but for Nora. .Sly contributions to 1 ho family are now cut 1 ribiit ions to the family are now cut olT. I enclose some of my pile, which please use for mttntttia's bench!, but think it would he bitter to tell her 110! 1,1114 nlioiil ii. In fuel, j oil hud belter not let ^iIiIi]i�l� r� ,, ,. 1- OQ13DQQ AN OLD TIMER WITH THK------------- OLD BRANDS i ?oaaao ?oaaaDDpnaop TITE M. B. SCOTT CASE. Mason & Risch Piano Co. (The following has been sent to the Herald for publiealion.) At a special meeting of the This toarkot is equipped to meet I'.M.VY. of A. presented a copy of the popular denjand of the the agreement between the miners the district. nml t|,, a> jj & r (;a -hnU QX 1 PUOP. l'lai"od the- .^.uung of such '^K^n^f^BWiiight not be understood '� ' '* � bv those not faiuilar with TKED HOPrVlNS. Hoier* andies AKES B EST READ UNS City Bakery Reid CQl Co. Milton Scott is a free mail again Ho agreed to littiitl over the Tabar school books nnd the charge against him did not proceed further. S. .1. Lnyton, chnlrman of the Tabor school board, in a letter to tho Herald says: "In your last, issue aiipeared an article concerning the Tabor school books and ex-Secrelary-Trcasurer Scott's failure to deliver them over TnuL.-ituM �lm. 1 'r.,,.,.M 'P.,V.o i when ceasing to hold ollux�. Ry the rude .nut Lnbo- l^uneil on iUH8-!ttrtic|e rpforpea to. the public would ili�y eveiimi;. Air. Sherman of tho 1 presume that something was wrong with Mr. Scott's accounts, which in not thu case, as.tho iiooVs huve Ceen j."-*^rr!y'audited.' Zh. Scott iiud his books audited at I^thbridgc. Friday, uml returned the same day to Tao-or. Satuiilay morning he left for t'nrdston, nnd from his conversation 1 got the wrong Impression that tins books were still at the uuditor's office, itcpairlng to Ijothbriilge, I, of course. fotiiKi no books, nnd as I was further enormously informed thut Mr. Scott would bo aiisiiii for soiutt t into, and �s wu very ttntlly msnlisl tiie nrojierty, J cousetil u wnr-raut-siimmnns to lie issueil for his return of the hooks at once, which any higher j �'�� done by Mr. Scott to the etitire not Ui 1111 lar with mine work. It was voted unanimously that the Trades and halmr t'ottneil endorse the action taken by the miners in this matter as the agreement seems to be very fair and the * 1 1" ! satisfaction of the Tloanl. Tliom is 1.111 towtr |u, necessity for public sentiment to prices in no ease are and in many, a good urtii * ; blame for thu mistake, and there was , ' ,1 ,. , ,. ... ; 110 intention on his part to do wrong1. Another matter dealt with was; Tins whole trouble was brought the resolution of the I'.M.W.A as about through a misumlerfrtandTnc regards to the Jt.N.W.il.l*. enter- ' l'",��'�'U ��. and 1 regno, very much . ,.'i wtH'ii us. and 1 regi ... . , that the public should got irrituted ing the miners 'houses at number over so .small a matter WESTERN ' WAREHOUSE & TRANSFER CO. A Ltd. I three and by their piesence intimidating those foreigners who do not understand that this is a free country and that no man needs work if he don't wish to. This matter is being taken up at Ottawa and we will see if the police are supposed to do this kind of work. .Mr. Sherman assured -o- l'.STIMATF.S FOR THK WEST. Ottawa, March KL-Among tho public works estimates for the west are: ilnrrucks for tiie permanent corps of the Strnihrona Horse $40,-tioii; the Calgary public building and onlurgenieiii for thu postolllco, examining wnMiouso purposes, chnng-SHO.OOO; court 1 es, linings, etc., was laying her share, but .lan.'l he fitted up the pen with trup nests, keeping the record of every egg laid by each pullet. The 'number varied  from 2 to 27 for the month. The six newt laid 114 eggs in the-month; the � six worst laid !H. The test was wmtlftued for ten and 1 one-half months with siiililar results, Ukt numbers luid varying from 11.1 to 170, ami the six Ix-st laying UIS eggs, thu six worst 540. The six i best gave a net profit mi $11.Oil, the-six poorest of only SH.28. The lest is still being continued, and six best aiv still in the lend. Those facts could have been obtained in no other way than with a trap nest, for, us far ns looks �worn concerned, all looked us though Ihey wore doing their share of the laying. Tho effects of this selection are to be- seen in tho progeny. Thirty pullets were selected from sixty hatched from the liest trap nest layers, and another thirty from ime, hundred ami twenty from unlisted lions. During .Inn. of this year, tho thirty from tho trap nest hens, luid fill more eggs than did tho untested 80. under precisely the same conditions lie wise and cull out. the drones in your Dock; you can do it only with a trap nest. In conclusion. Mr. Foley expressed tho pleasure Ins visit to luthbrulgo had given him, and tho hope thai tho poultry industry of Southern Al-liertn would grow by leaps 11 ml bounds. Mr. Mitchell is an old favorite with l,othhrldgo agriculturists, lie has an nhiding faith in tho agricultural development of Alberta, and of the largo part, to tie played in that growth by forestry. Friday evening ills topic was tho "Albortu garden." It should iiiivo a shelter bell twenty yards wide on the north and west sides. Thon, from north to south The Mason it Uisch Piano is conceded by all competent judges to lx> tho highest grado of Piancw made in Canada. '.' If interested, call and] let ns show yon the goods. Sold on easy terms to suit your purse. 1 Showroom at the "2 Alacs." E. J. 0ANN DISTRICT ACSENT George Rogers LUMBER I Garden and Flower Seeds  We have a very large assortment put up by the very best firms as follows Steele Briggs Seed Co., Toronto; I). M. Ferry it Co., Detroit; A. K. McKen/.ie it 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 : $10! The Old Reliable Yard North of Freight Shed. Widest Choice Highest Grades Lowest Prices 41 A. EASTON & CO.  �YARDS AT-- LETHBRIDGE, RAYMOND, STIRLING. TABOR, Tt Will Pay You To See Our 1 - If > Railroad Transferrin!'. Dray- ins hearers that the olheers of the! house, lock-up and police ncconuno- irpws of trees should run at intervals Stock liefoio Buyug Elsewhere. 1,1 1 . nninii liio'utlm imn u-ull ii. bnn.l! llfttion' slr,00: I'Dinlulon liuildinge through tho garden. Thesu would ing and lieiieral Delivt-ring. union lm\e tlte nit n well in liaiul, ilnprovo,u,,ts um| repairs. 85.000. ! protect from tho sun In casu of early � - - ^ � Coal Delivered Promptly. �  * "�d there is no danger of trouble! other -------- ' ' ' ' " " ~ ' 41 HAY, OATS, SAND AND f STONE FOR SALK ^ AGENTS FOR 1 McCormick&CocUshutt % Machinery '.' Wubber \ and Adnms Wagons . Canada Carriage Ct�.'s | Buggies. lite. I \h F. R0DGER3 I 'Phone 63. Manager. J and there is no danger of trouble unless tho men are driven to it byj acts of injustice and thon it is hard to say what these mixed tint-ionaltks will do. Other public hut I (Lugs: Fjtlmonton SHO.000; Medicine Hot. *l.r�,000; Moosojaw, 911.000; Uejrina, �2.'i,000 Saskatoon, 915,000. frosts. Hut I not to plant lars; iio warned iris hearers in theso rows any of tho poplars; thoy would almost"suit ly sonil up suckers that would spoil Local Political Situation. O "� � ALWAYS KEKPS CHAM I1KR-LATN'S COCOH RBMR0Y IS HIS 1IOUSK. :j fixed upon a tiny for titeir ______ Oeortto A. BhOrlff, who less than Hon, but it. is generally ix'Mevndeal, Lowry City, Mo. '1 hatha noon, tthi n 1 he (loterniiu nt suiud-: .i"�t what every funilily should do. i iird-bcuivr ttill be miuntl. St ; llllllles are ment loite\l ill ciiim"��� ion j use, , wml may be chocked at the I now KxiK.rimentul Farm, which ho outset uml cured in much Uss tliu ijt (ora, Brockviile, di�l in tho St 'Vloc^nt de Paul hospit�l. Montreal "i f� rwult of an operation. lioiioved was to bo ostabiishixl ut Lothbridgo, should dovotn much attention to experiments in fruit growing. Tim Agricultural Society and tho Jtourd of Trado should both agitato along those lines. Ono of the tfimculties wilh plums was that they ... ...,, wore oftoa not Bolf-fontile. Applos, tho �roupy|100_ somotlmm failed to effect hoU- KolTor and fir. Stewart are nUo' rough appears, which can only lo! pollination mentioned in conucotion. ttitii the 1 done ithcn. tho iwtnecly is kopt a*-! Mr. Warner -is a "dry farmer," nomination. hand. For galo by all druggists. with long oxperienco in that kind of Building Material We csn supply you with Sashes and. Doors.^Wlodow and Door Frames; Office, Bank and House Hillings. FINISHED LUMBER cc TVRN INGS OF ALL KINDS /-� 1 11 , _ ! A. .1 - Leitch. iiw weii-uii Clear nnd common lumber on hang I Lake, Mun.. miller, is dead Quotations promptly given on application CRANUROOK Sash & Door Factory CRANBHOOIC, U 0. Tin' Saskatchewan Ix-gislaturo will fpen Marcii A. .1. J^eitch. the well-known Oak 'linilriuids will elevate their Hacks at grade crossings in Milwuiikeo. Tlwro is every prospect of a very largo exodus from Ontario to tho Xorthwest this month. iUiv. Prof.- H. .1. Illewot-t. of Wcs-luy Church, Winnipeg, has bcoti ap-110 in ted to a vnctint professorship in Victoria University, Toronto. oaonnoaaoDnnDocinnrir-r Homer & Hutchison The Harness Men Have a complete, and well assorted stock of anything that a horseman needs. Blankets, Robes, Whips Saddles, Spurs, Bits, etc. XJJJA*~A .1 ll.l.l.umwsWWWP9WWW-r~ EVERVTHINQ V0U WANT AND EVERYTHING RIGHT Horner & Hutchison il nOTooaoDanonnnnnnnnP FOR SALE. For Sale, two carloads of horses, weighing from 1,100 to 1,400 lbs. Tho horses uro well broken and ready for uso. Apply to Harry Taylor. Archbishop O'Uricn, of Halifax, K. S., is ileuil. Tlio King nnd Queen of Qroot Britain have been -invited to open the Quebec bridge. , llov. T. R. 0'Moara lias been appointed principal of Wyoliffa Oollojo, Toronto. ;