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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 29, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta DR. DEVEBER'S FIRST SPEECH IN SENATE TICKS FROM THE WIRES. In sponkinj; to the motion for the titoption of the spoocli from the Tlirone in the Senate, Sonntor lie V�)ti�r Npokn an follows: In aeltlrossinK you foj- the flr.Ht \Ui\p, I wish to make ai'knowlwlKe-iiicnt of the vit.v ({rual comiilinienl which hus Itoen pnid to ini> ns a res-idont of Wi'.stcrn ('�naila in allotting to me tho tosk which nr ,m u. Wo raise o�ir immens,iie countries. You get, to use ;i ..! stern expression, a ruke-olT, tu transportation of our prodii'.'ts lo the seaboard. Again, the 'ir- MiaSOLTU CAPt'lALi POU XLHKHTA THIS IS A GREAT CAHLE COUNTRY leur, apprehension and timiiHty; and o" received by us .miiioi'i- wero somoono other than myself the ately returned to tho oast in i>oy-puhject, 1 do not think 1 would havo mcnt of tho machinery, food, wear-�ery nnich dilTlculty in rliagnosing in� apporcl ami other commodities the case. 1 would probably term it nocessory to tho maintenance and n mild case of nervous prostration, 1 comfort of life. In the Licthbridge eiLSily recoverable as soon as the ex-, "�'"��>' Icgiallion to enable and en-the knowleilge that this Mouse al-! co'ifttKe them to do so, we hove been ways kineath alwoys curries sorrow in its train. Wo do not iwrhaps feel it so acutely unless it iti brought homo to us closely by tho death of some one near and dear to us. In this case tho loss is sustained by one who is known throughout (ho Empire for her warm sylfipathy in distress, her kindly as.sistance and her womanly feeling towards those who may bo sufTering. In the present instance she is herself tho sulTer-cr. His Excellency states that he is sati�fieaking for this Mouse, T think I may safely s|H>ak for the Dominion at large- Mis K.xcellency may assured that the hearts of all Canadians have already gone out in a wave of .sjin-pathy in connection with the loss RU^'tained by our beloved Queen. Mis Kxcellency goes on to soy-"It all'ordefl me much pleasure as the representative of Mi.s Majesty to take part in the inauguration of the provinces of Alberta and Soskatche-�.van as constituent members of the �;onfederotion. The universal rejoicing on the assumption of provincial autonomy everywlu're visible was gratifying to witness, and I venture to say that in no part of the. w:orld could a more contented population bo found. The univi^rsnl sentiment was one of abounding confidence in . tho future." 1 can say, hon. gentlemen, that the pl4.>asure alTorded His Kxc��Ilcncy was nothing to that experienced by the jieople of the Territories. While .siM^aking for myself, I can also safely say that 1 am voicing the feelings of the |>eople of my own province, AtlM>rta. As an evidence of this, have only to refer you to the emphatic way in which the Territorio.s lust fall gave voice to their satisfaction. That the financial terms were considered generous, and that even the settlement of the very much discussed school question was not thought little of by the jwoplo of my province,' was antply demonstrated on that occasion: and their emphatic tmswcr should Vic sutiicient to convince every one, even tho most sceptical, that the autonomy bill in its entirely was perfectly satisfactory to the |>eopl� most concerned, namely, the residents of tho Territories. 'I'Inl* chief point of contention was, of cours�>, the mtich-vexcd school question. The word coercion was the battle cry. Sow the people of tho west arc thinkers. They do not become hjsterical, they are not easily stampetted. Tarty lines are not as finely drawn ns you have them here in the east. Tho |>eople asked themselves, can there be coercion where there is no coercion? Can it bo called coercion to give us a school act framed by our own 1-egislat uro, and their answer was emphatically no. 1 had not the honor to be a mcin-bbr of the Legislative Assembly at the time that the school ordinance was first passed, but for tho past fight years I have had the honor to be a member of that Mouse, and I took a very great interest in the amendments that wore passed fronn time to time to perfect that ordinance. Amendments wore added from year to year until wo, the representatives of the fwople, fondly imagined that wo had evolved the most jKirfect school system in tho Yet it was contended that the inclusion of this in the autonomy bill, originally our own creation and our own j>erfection, was coercion. Mis E.xcdllency next soys that: "I'he bountiful harvest with which we have been ble.s.sed in the past season, together with tho continurd development of our industries ami transportation facilities, havo so si imulatcd business in all parts of Cunu-da and have given such an impetus to our exports and imports that the trade both with the United h'/'igdom antf foreign cotmtries for ^ (.be current fi.scal -year gives promise of bein^ the largest on record." In no part of the universe, 1 think, the l^iunty of our Maker moro m evidence than in tli'is our own Dominion, and in no part of the Do-niinion was it more marked than in the weslorn part of Canada, Manitoba and tho two new provinces. Our crop.o were immense last season, the yield was nbuntlant, but, hon. gentlemen, if was nothing to what ill coming. .'Vs our tillage im|irovcs nnd, so will our crops in-rensn,- until in tho near future our. exports will not, l� counti d V>y the hundreds of thousands, but by tho millions. Wo in Alberta have strayed from the beaten path and solved a manufacturing of licet sugar. The Knight Co. have lieen in oiteration three .years, and since the inception of that company they have annually of six ficr cent. ______ _____ tho last year J think was somewhere in the vicinit.y of Ave million pounds of sugar. Tho success of this industry I feel sure will lead to ed-for prosperity cam? not; and all was gloom and depression; but our day has come, and, as His Kxcellency has remarked, wo in tho west ore a happy and contented j>opulation. The construction of now railways is, to my mind, the important fu�:tor in our advancouunt. The first train of tho Canadinit Northern that entered l^^dmonton, transformwl the country lietween Kdmonton and Winniitcg. It lowered rates; it gave IIS bplter service, not only on its own line, but over every existing line. With the advent of the Grand Trunk Pacific wo shall, I hoiie, see a very much greater change. Hallways are gooil servants, but very poor iiiasfcre-so wo consider jn the west. They are not constructed for the health alone of the promoters. They are not operated exclusively for tho convenience of their jiatrons. Tliey are operated chiefly to declare dividends. They will give good service, and they would give fair rates when com|)clled to do so. Nothing will compel them but ciimpctition. Therefore wo in the west sa.v give us railway competition, and all that you can. In one way it was a happy choice of tho House when it chanced on my hon. friend tho hon. memljer from New Glasgow( Mr. McGregor) and my unworthy self to father this motion. He represents the extreme east, whilst I represent, I might almost say, tho extreme west; ho the lowest elevation, I very nearly tho highest elevation. We from our extreme corners can stretch forth our arms and embrace all the immense territories between us and clasp hands and thank our Maker tor the many mercies ho has showered and is still showering upon our Imj-loved Canada. tleginn will spend ^ii.OOO on r'X'j-licity. A $12,000 Chinese mission will bo erected in Vancouver. Swan Lake residents are agitating f�>r a large new .school. Jlev. lluxton Smith, rean of On-, tariu, is ilend nt Kingston. Mouses built for ^oOO nl Curon ni-e renting at ?13 a mouth. A iii!0,(.HW site has In-cit purchu-seil by the Ottawa Y. M. C. A; It is proposed to change I'ortage la Prairie's name to Portage. Tho surplus of tho Ontario Grand Lodge, A. O. V. W., is �(!87,nO0. Mrs. Hannuh Stewart, u iioi^ress, agcil 112, died at Woodstock,Ont. Tho Swift Co. will erect a �r,000,-OW) packing (ilant in Portlaird, Ore. Dr. Ik'll, of Toronto, has been appointed manager of tho Winniix'g Fair. ThoH. Deasy, of Victoria, U. C, has been appointed chief of police at Nelson. Gen. John M. Thoycr, formerly V. S. senator from Nebraska, is dead, aged Sli. An explosion in tho water tank at Wingham, Ont., wrecked the G. T. 11. station. Hon. l{oen Nicolot seat. The Japanese of Vancouver wi erect an arch as a welcome to Prince Arthur of Connaught. Alphonso Verville, the labor member for Maisonneuve, attended u Liberal caucus nt Ottawa. The contract has been let for Ile-gina's new postoflice. Oul.y Canadi an material will bo'd. Andrew Carnegie hus olYcred ^30,-OW for a lilirory buihiing for llaiu-!ine University, St. Paul. .fas, Murray, formerly suijerintond-ent of the C. P. 11. at WinnilJi'b'. '"^'il ftt Mulycon Mot .Springs. Rev. U. K. Knowles, of Call, Ont., has been in North (.'arolina, writing i u ni^w novel, "Tlie I ndertow." A cocking main at Monlri'ul was roidod. One hundred and iwenly-live men and seventy bints were ch|>-turcd. The Yorkton town council voted down a motion to twenty acres Siir pork and waterworks piir-|>o.sos. Mrs. (.Caroline Johnson, iiiolher of Governor .fohnson, of JHinnosota, i.s dead. She was born in Swwien 08 years ago. Thii New Yoi-k Post says: Confirmation Was obtained of statements that .lohn D. liocklVller is sulTering from cancer. The Japanese admiralty announced tlio invention of u wireless H'lephone. The inventor is nn engineer of ilie name ICimura. Vn old .lewi.sli -synagoguo on liicli- "St. Louis nion of my accnialnt-ance are investing u round niillliiii dollars in Aiberta (iroperly this spring." This'was the reriinrk Uxlay of J{. II. P'rancis, of St. Louis, hrntlier of ex.Governor Dnvid Kramis. �lio visited Calp;ary lust suinincr with a (larty of capilalisls. U. ){. Ii'runcis arrived in tiin city .\ cstcriln.v, and oh.sorved Ihnl, the paily of capiliil-l.sls who were in lln! \vc..;t. with hlt of Uio wild Canadian West, \i.', (ler twenl.v acre.s to feed one head ol acre. If this soil will produce from stock, and the Government will not thirty to forty bushels of hard wheat! permit more! than that average nuni-e-I of course it is worlli ,S'l(i )ier acre of hior to lie grazed on any of the i-iany man's money. Wf iiin't credit; I'miches, the stiiry of 100 bushels of oals and Our own cat lie country has leen 00 bushels of wheal, wc^ighiiig G(i greall.v over-stocked. The grasses pounds to the bushel. I want lo sec i have iieen so cut olV that they will tho land that will do that sort of I not eoiiio up, and our agricultural Ihiiig. I depart meat is encouraging resceding "Missourians do not fear drouth the plains. Here, in Canada, every-iii Alberta, for we lia\i' studied the irrigation iirobleiii ver.\ closely and are salisfied thai in a country with Ihe numerous mouinain streams with a heavy fall like .\ ou have iiero, there should l)e no trouble about gotling all tho wnfi'r iieeal. The screeninir.s and roU(;li wheat are saved for feed, unil tho entile graze on the slulible. Whun wheal is low it is more prolilahle Ui fe.'il il Ihiui sell il. "I know a man who rr-cenllv tried the experiiiieiiL ol fat tuning liotjs with wheat, Ih' had si.xteen, and he fill lliein on wheal that cost 7tl cents a bushel. '^I'he hogs liitteneil .so easily llial his wheal. I lU'ned iiilo pock, neiied him a Jui.shel. Wheal nl ."(I cents a liiisliol will bring far mcn-e in pork or beef than at (he eleviiUir. "I'.arley is anolhcr feed that makes .irnod |iork," coat iiiiiefl Mr. Ibirns." "It irrows well in Caniula, and it uill, (o a birjje eMenl. lalje (he place that corn does in t lie United Stales. Our hiirlev-led hogs will brintr several ci-'nls more pi-r pound IhuM ,\(Uir corn-fell hogs. f expect lo see a barley ]iork packing centre grow iiji here.' "Hoes Canada buy much of our niealV" "Ves. we get mnst of our jiork from Chicago, and wo are also buv-ing veal lo lill nut our sliipmenls to I'^.nglaiul. ,\il your meat that conies here pn.vs a larifV of 1! cents a poiiiul, but even at thai .vour iiaokliig ar--"angemenlH are on sui^h a vnnt. .scale lhal you have so far been aide to undersell us. Wo are importing into I'^.aslorn Canada from IhelJnil-ed Stales. 1 brought in tiventy-livo carloads of lurke.vs last cfinstmas Evenliiail,\' we will raise these things ourselves, and we will V.o shipping fowl.s direct lo I'lnc-land,'-:Minnea-polis Tribune, Ask your ticket agent for tickij Via the' ; Wisconsin Central Ry. --To---- Milwaukee, Chicftgo� ^ and Points East and Sottfh Ain'.ANCP: IS -PlilCKS thing is under rigid government supervision. The moiinled police jialrol the raiichOK, The.v enforce tho protection of the cattle against diseases and have dipping station,s where all Ihe slock that conies into the conn' lr.\' is examined and treated to prevent the introduction of Texas fever supply, IS prodiieing all kinds of'and olher plagues, � These police fruit and grain. 1 will bo in Allier-I have vi'lerinurv surgeons witli them ta lor tho next iiioiilh, and then [;u,ul they wutch carefully all cattle will meet a party of Missourians ! f,-,,,,, the finited States. coming here."-Calgary Herald. A MAN WT'IMI nAt!KIK)N10. ((lardstoii Star.) "Mr. W. C. Simmons'has received the nomination," were the words that came to us over the 'phone from Lethliiidgo last and our readers also ar fpiainted with him Dial il Is a little tame lo sa.v we are glad. .Iiisl as to his |K>pulai'it.v in Lellihridge is an open (|ueslion, which the men hohl-ing the lialiol.s miisl decide on Ihe day of election. Mr. .Siminons is a, strong inaii in his part.v;^ a good!"" niond Street, 'J'oionto, occupied liy a ' cnm]jaigner and a spirited si uni|ier, i ^lass works, was destroyed b.v liiv. I well iiif,OO0. -law, and perl'eci l.\' capable of taking: jcare of liiiiiHell at. an.v and every; Most of the fdock raised here is well bred. One thousand dollars is liy no means a high price for a bull, and there are cattle sales at t.'al-gar.v every year which compare favorably with any in the trailed Slates. The favrta for home consumption in Canada, and it would iie a great hardship to the ranchers if Buch trains are stalled for 24 houra ut some divisional point. VAWCOII AND IlLS DOO. .'.�nd Yawcob, observing his dog Schnitzel, spake unto him as follows: "Vou vus only a dog, |�ut I vish I vas you. Ven you go mit your bod in you tjhust turn round dree dimes uiul lay down. Von I go mit my bod in I hef to Jock up der place, und viud up der clock, und put (ier cat out uml undress m.vseol-luf und my vrow vakes up und scolds, den der pab.v viikes up und cries und I haf to valk mit dor around; don ma.vbe ven I gets ui.vsolluf to bed it is dime to get up vonce moro again. Ven .vou gets up mit ,vour bed you shust stretch yourselluf, dig your neck a loedio, ind .you vas up. I haf to light der flro und put ond der kittle, scrap some mit my vifo alretty und get myselliif breakfast. Vou play liiit dor day all round und haf plenties of problem of our own. After experi-jfun. I haf to vork all der day nienling with fall or winter wheat [round und haf plenties of drubble. for some .vears, and having no fail-| Von you die you vus dead, Ven I die iires, we deciiled that that was the'I haf to go to hell .yet." grain for us. The yield is more j � iibtindant and it ripens earlier, thoj [armer gathers his grain so early Subscribe (or The Herald. Temperance advocates at Miniota claim that magistrates are showing too much laxity with breaches of the local option law. The Itritish Government censured Lord Milner, toriner High Commis-�sioner in South Africa, for authori-/.-ing tho flogging of coolies. James Dalrymple, the Scotch municipal ownership oxjKjrt, declared that American cities arc unlit for ownership of street railwajs. Kev. Krnest M. Stires, formerly of Grace Church, New York, now pastor of St. Thomas, New Vork. has starte three parliaments, and providing compulsory retirement when a senator reached 80 years of uge. A monument lo cost S50,0t>0 will bo erected in Central I'ark, New York, to Joseph JelTerson, by popular subscription. The statue w ill represent Mr. Jeflerson in tho faniil-j Mann had ii iar character of Kip Van Winkle, and train time, will be a life-si/o bronze ligure, mounted on a granite pedesLal. Chatham is the first city in Canada to instol a public steam healing plant. Tho exhaust steam from a railroad compan.v's power h^uise is used b.v the rompun.v. About a mile of mains have licoii laid, and several churches, .schools hotels and oHice buildings, as well as private risi donees, are tonuected willi llio mains. The United States Stool corporation is preparing to expend the enormous sum of 1S"5,000,000 in the creation of a groat steel plant, at Gary, on the Indiana shore of Lake Michigan, near Chicago, Tiie Illinois Steel Works in South Chicagu will be transferred bodil.v to the town to bo crcatey one family named Klkerton. The father is C. P. It. agent and telegraph operator, his wife runs tho boarding house and post office, a daughter, aged 18, teaches tha school ond the other daughter has full charge of Uie mercantile end of tho combine, and is doing a roaring trade. Mr. Klkerton also has a largo fntin on the border of tho town which he superintends, and on which ho raises large crops. Snlur(la\' Wo'"'*' -\uK"s and Galloways, The liesl re so well .10- '"'''''*''"tr slock comi-s Irfini Kngland, 1 11 .. iii'i 1 . Uind thi're are some ranchmen wlio make a speiiall.v of raising choice beef for the 'I'.nglish market. Till! Canada Callle Companv. which has foil.v thousand head on Its ilili'ecenl laiiche.s, ships its stock the hoof to I'.ngland. The aiii-i'nials are all gra.s.s-fed, and the sanitary regulations are sucli that; the.v iriiist he killed within eight days after landing in (irent Drilain. ' Sir William \'an Home has a big fnrin in Western Canada, which is noted for its fine cattle, and there tin: inan.v rich larmers in Manitoba. Ili.ght in the heart of the wheal l:ell Thomas (Ireenwa.v. a former premier of thai Province, has a farm of two I thousand acres, jiut ho plants only one-lialf of this in grain, and ile-the balance to raising highl.v- .juaiii in the road. We have Leon with him. and wf know whereof we speak. When il I'omes to grit and determiiialioii in the line of iliil.v , W. C. Simmons lias a marvellous snppl.v of backliiiie-it's no col ton thnjad nmiiiii.!;' up his s(iiiial column-and this his o|iponeius will discover hefuie 1 lie liallle is endcr., we are aware, has man.\ rrienilc in the opposite |)arl,\ . .Mr. Simmons can expect but little siipimrt from them. In the event (if a l.iilior candidate; pulling in: an appcarnnce. there is likely lo ho souu'lliiiig iloiii.t;. and there's no telling uhal miv.s' drop. M.Mii; .\ FOHTl NE. Cobalt. (Hit , .March 0.-A ma from the .Micliigan Soo named Mann cau.sed a mild sensation in Hailey-bur.v ,\estei,lii,\ . llo went up from Cobalt lo apl'l.\ fur a lot in "Coleman Tounsliip. and he luid nn en-dorsal ion fnr his application which few, if aii.\ , e\ir |iruliiited. The col-, lateral in i|iiesiioii was a five-pound i nugget of silver, which be struck from a rock wiili an axe. Speculal-ors got on his irnck. and ho was offered and .SIOU.OOO for his claim. II WHS a case of who would bid the hii^liesl for the properl,\-, and inking half hour before I I 11 was like Will! Street, New Vork, I In a liurii'iif; iewr ,\esterda.y and to-!iln,s whi'ii the I'osler miiio slock was ' ^ "-^ [lilt on I he iiriii.ei for the first time. !'ihe prici' uiis .-:ii cents, but nothing less IIkui ,1 I lock of fifty woiilil lii^ sold. , The si�rlll|ec|�^ ill (he Silver Cil.v, as well as ciii/eii-. generall.v, rusheil lo get slock 111 -'�'> rich a mine. The oll'ice, when 111.' --lock was sold, was .not oiil.v ii.i.keil. but a siring of I people lilockeil I lie street, clamoring j and wii\ iii'4 liiiiK lies- of liank bills- and 'checks. Tlu' s;ili' 'ilopped this morn-ling after liio.noii .shares had been disposed ol. r\^ople iili.-.olii! ely lieggeil to be allowed to liii.'. \iliin the sale closed mi'ii resfiisiil ilnulile what Ihe,\' paid, and' there is en.nmli ore nuid.s' for sliipiiieiu to pii,\ a I'J per cent, ilivi-; .lend. ' alinns. i One of the best known ranching i men of the west is Patrick C. IJiiriis, He is tho Armour of this pari of J.lie world, and i.s some-I linie.s called the cattle king of Ihi : Ibilisli He sliipjM-d ^..^iUO iciirloads of beeves last ,\ear, and he ^ has now .about liO.tHil) bead in bis ;.\ arils. He lias a liig trade with , Maiiilolia, Itriti.sli Columbia and Al-;uska. At the beginning of the Klondike gold discovery, bo got $1,000 , a jiiece at Dawson for steers, and as I much as a dollar a pound for beef on the hoof. J Pat Burns came to Calgary about I twenty-five years ago, and began life b.v plowing up tho prairie at so much per acre. Ho turned his sa\-iuss into cuttle, and let theiiii graze government /and.s-. As he (luide aore nione.v ho bought more cattle, and to make a long stor^' -short, lie is now a niillit^jiaire, and is growing richer and richer. It was in his office in Calgar.v that I ihi\tled with Ihi.s man on cattle raising. He said: "There has iieVer lieeii inch a. coiin-lr,\- for niDiii'.v iiuiking as iliis. All . I we have luid to do has been to turn iihe cattle oiil on the prairie and h-t itheiii .u'low inlo golil. 'J'he climate 'is such thai thii.v can feed oUo of doors all the \ear around, und the grass fallens theiu almost as well as ^raiii. I am now shipping lo l.iver-^jiool slock which have never tasted lorn. 'I'hcy are gras.s-fed, and tlieir ; Mesh is hard enough to stand tho we as grain-fed slock'.'" Ti:oini.i:s lU' TilF. itiOH. Lives of rich ni.'ii still renrind us, I'lveii he imi.v read who runs, Tli.ii llh' wall we lea\e behind us iMav make .t-s of our sons. '.Not as askeil. "I'l'ihaps nol," was the reply. 'Itiil the.v losi, less lo, and I lie.v are worth more iiione.v to us." "Uliat can .\oii gel for a good steer, Air. Ilurns'.'" A tt>iir-yi'nv-i>Ui. fit for the market, will bring '10 here," was the "What will il sell for in Liverpool?" i "Sevenly-five or eighty dollars, it j costs just about 30 to get il there, for we must send it 2,000 miles b,v rail and then across the Atlantic ' Ocean. The people who handle such ,'. Icaltli; expect to make 7 or !?� a head. "How much du such animals weigh'.>" "i have .shipped man.v which a\i'i-aged one Ion each, and we sell liiind-reds which will weigh 1 .liOO poiiiiils. Such beasts are eiilii'M.v grass-ieil." I "Hut will nol the stock luisiiiess jfall oir.' I iiiidersutnd llnil Ihe I ranches are being cut ii|i inlo 1 farms,'' � i t h (.'onvCTiiciit trains, Pullman skep-sl ers, Free reclining chuir/cars,^ Dining cars. For fnll information address H.fJ.! iergcmann, travellinR agent, 'Mi Robert st,, St. P.aul, Minn.jor Jaa. C Pond, general passenger agent,' MiJwatiltec, Wis. LADIES' TAILOR AND HABIT MAKER Costunios, riding skirts',^ opera cloaks, made to order-it: nioderale prices. Ladies' oWn niiitcrial made np^ Alteratio'ns and repairs of every descripM lion will be done. ; The best attainable facts seem to point to the good demaiul lor good cattle ill the next lew vears. It seems thai the qualil.v ol tho beef producing herds is not keeping up to iho of population, and that farmers of the corn licit especially need lo have ninre and better 1 i Us I'Mirther. it is believed that the men who^ callle on high pri.-id h i d realize a.s never before that they must produc belter (umlitv '-l slicrs or fail lo make a prolil in !i-:\iiJling llieiii. Whatever the future markel .luiy he there i"s no (|Uesl ion liut I hj  v^t will be ihe most in-ol'itablo to raise and il seenis the part, of wisdom lo only a sl.ricilv riisl-class sire The man who would wish to find a scrub hog in this part of the coun iry would have a long hunt, but th scrub cow or steer-vol tiveii tlie bull of that class, can bi^ loiind in many cases, 'i'he purchase of a few cciws of some recognized liri'ed by the sue cessful farmer is sure lo provide good invi-stiuent. Ulanv instances of herds built, up friuii small beginnings can be found all over the country Heceiitl\ we saw a herd ilispenseil at .1. public sale which grew Ironi livo cows bought iliiring the low ebb of lu-ice.s in ilic eight les hu- vi-vy .sninll anuiimts. The oiilv expense thai the herd )iad above I lie cost ol gradi. was a rat her bet ler IniU ironi' t.imo lo lime lhaii this mans neighboi used. Lit lie ailvcrlsing hail been di^ni^,, mill the herd was not wc known, lull iiidivulual animals from Ihe sale will bring \erv sat i.slncloi'.v prices, and Ihe sum total proved th invest iiieiil a ver.\' g'Kifl one indeed. The formation of a pin'0-hre)me8tic W UK'S are i?ut herded from ..the best growers at home .und (ibl'OMtl, M. ElT^OV WliohJBiiIe Dealer In " ; . Vv'lNi"..'-', LIQUORS and CIGARS !� ')'), ~ * lAibbrtdgei Aita, '7 1  I "Yes, thai, will he the I'asi JTt'll IflNC. WdUM JllOHl'KS i 1^' ''"'�i'iK in'rease. il now i/v ui M.^ ii-V.ii Makes len a-res of wild Ki'ass to sup- n.lum.K.-. in II. ^^1^^. ^1^,^,^.. ^^^^ 11^^, ,,, . , I , , '"nme land will support ton. We .'Ml ai ih'.se d,s,',s..s are attended ,,^,. ,,,.,^, |.-io,o(,n cattle in l).y itduiie, which is almost; ,,j^ viciiiitv. We shall evenlunllv instantl.v relii'ved aiipl,v in'.j t'hnin- ),,y, i,oiio.oiio." borlnin's Halve, .mil b.v its continuo'lj "jtul' wlial kind of food can vou a permanent nno nin.v bo allect-1 ,.,iiso for fattening stock'? You "nro Ol). It lias, in fact, cured nian.y caso.s� too-far north for corn." that had resisleil other ireainient.' "We don't.expect lo raise Price 25 cents per lui.v. all druB'b'ists. For .sale b.v j We havo wheat, oats and burle.v. I Much ot tho best meat is now made lethbridge brewing & sjcssxoosccoccccccoix-..--.;'T-------------------------------^ ---^.-p-i. malting company, LTD MANUFACTURERS OF Fine Lager, Beer, Ale ani Porter THE BEST IN THE-WlgST All orders sent to the Brewery will receive prompt attdnti m ;