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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 29, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta DR. DEVEBER'S FIRST SPEECH IN SENATE TICKS FROM THE WIRES. MISSOl HI f.WlMTAI, von alhkuta In speaking to the motion for tho iidciption ci( the speech from Die Throne In the- So-tin U\ Senator 1> the. Lnsk whirl) now fulls (u inn. I van nHnure you It \n it very cnitNldornblo undertaking to hip. Am1 in commencing my remiirks, I must' roitfesw to a certain Indefinable fooling, thu thiol' symptoms of which Arc lour, apprehension unit timidity; nml were Homoono other llinn inyHelf tho nibjert, I do not think I would have, very much dlfllculty In illagnoHing tho ease. I would prohtibly torin It n miUl tunc of norvoiiM prostration, 1'iiHlly reeovoniblo ns noon oh tho ex-elllng cniiMo wiw removed. I trust Hint tho exciting cniiso In >niy case THIS IS A GREAT CATTLE GOINTRY will upend $fi,UO0 on |>ub- thnl ho linn lime to rophiiigli tho �oll nml ulnnt his need for thu chsu-ing year tho snme sonson. Now, f wind to enll your attention to tho fnct that tvlwl Is our plenty Is your plenty. I'toNiieiity with us is your prosperity, mid u full pock j ot with us Is n full pocket fir nil. Wo value our imiiionso cops i f grnlu, our -herds of cat .'.>. Wo find snlo for thom readily in otMie �otintrlos. You got, to use o  stern expression, a mke-olT, m iiiu transportation of our proilneis in tho sonlionrd. Again, tin; in.) n", 'icon being received hy "s 11 .nmiei'i-ittoly returned to tho oust in payment of tho machinery, food, wonr-Ing apparel and other commodities necessary to the maintenance and [comfort of life. In the Ijothbridgo district, owing to the enterprise of tho AI her In Jlnllwny nml Irrigation foresight of the pros ftoglnn Hetty. A *12,noo Chinese mission will bo erected In Vancouver. 8won Lake residenls nre ajfitnt-Ing lot n largo now (school. Uov. Ituxton Hiiiilh, Loan of On- J tnrio, is dealt at Kingston. j Mouses liuilt (or $fi()(i nl I'uron ' ore renting nt $12 it mouth. | my nci|uuint- i a round million ] property this "St. t.ouis moll ot nnce are. iiitestltiff dollars in Allien a upritig." 'I'lils tins the ri'inark today of U. j ft. l-'ranois, of St. Louis, brothel- of Io'x.Ooverintr Ihivid l-'raiicis, �lm vit-1 ileil I'nlijiirv Inst. Hiiniuier with il j party of ciipit nlist s It It Kriincis iirriM'd in tie' city .\'-nln\. niiil olisorved that the party of capital ists who were in III'- tto.-t with bin will lie removed Iii" a very short, time �>� Boveritment who pnssetl the noe-As a remedy, in the meant line f have ossary leRinltlon H> tumble and en-tho knowledge that this llouw nl- courage thorn to do so, wo have been able to eHtulillsh �l now industry, tlto ways kindly welcomes any new man seeking entrance to Its mysteries. I  manufacturing of also have the knowledge that for (lie Knight Co. have first day nt least a new member can|lhree years, nml count upon an unusual degree of of thnt compnny kindness, courtesy and consideration. I 1��lit � dividend The press, following out their usual Their output for custom of writing up evoryl ody who ] has the honor to tie summoned to this House, has given yon my record. You probably have seen in it thnt for tho Inst 125 years of my life I have lived in the west-the very fur west-under tho shallow of the Hookies. During thnt time I hnvo visited the oast but once, so If my language savors of westernism. If everything that 1 touch upon Is viewed from the standpoint of the west, 1 hope I may sjnnd excused, and that you will grant me your indulgence. Ills Kxcollonoy. in his gracious speech from the Throne, has alluded to tho severe berenvemont which Queen Alexandra has sustained, through the death nt her father, tho King of Denmark. Death nl ways cur rles sorrow in its train. We do not perhaps feel it so acutely unless it H brought homo to us closely by the loath of sumo one near ami donr to us. In this case the loss is sustained by one who is known throughout Ih� Ktnpirc for her warm sytfipnlhy In distress, her kindly assistance and her womanly feeling toward* those who may be suffering. In the present instance she is herself the sufferer. His Kxcolloliey states thnt ho is satisfied that the wnrni sympathy of the people nt fniindit will be readily extended to Her Majesty Speaking for this House, I think I may safely s|m>uk for the Dominion at large- His Ktsoellcnoy mny rest assured that the hearts nl all Canadians have already gone out in a wnvu of sympathy in connect ion with the loss mstnincd by our beloved Queen IIin KxeeJIenry (joes on to mi.v-"It nllorded me much pleasure us the representative of His Majesty lit lake part in the inauguration of the provinces of Alberto and Saskutchi .van as constituent mcmltors of the Confederation. The univcrsnl rejoicing on the assumption ((f provincial niitonnmv every wh- re visible was grntifyiiiK to witness, und I venture to smv that in no part of the. world could a more contented population l�> found. Tho universal sentiment was one of abounding confidence in , the future." 1 can say, hon. gent lemon, that the pleasure afforded His Kxeolleney was nothing to that ox|torionccd by the people of the Territories. While speaking for myself, I can tilso safe !\ say that I am voicing the fis-liugs of tho |H'Ople of my own province. Alberta. As on evidence of this, 1 have only to refer you to the em phut if way in which the Territories lu�l foil gave voice to their satisfaction. That tho flnnnciul terms were considered generous, und that even the settlement of tho very much dis cussed school ipiestiou was not thought little of by the itoople of my province,' was amply demonstrated on that occasion: and their emphatic answer should bo sufficient to con vince every one, oven the most seep- ileal, that tho autonomy bill in its' entirety was perfectly satisfactory to the people most concerned, name ly. the resident8 of tho Territories. Th*.' chief point of contention was. of course, tho much-vexed school ijiion lion. Tho word coercion was the battle cry. Now the |teo|�le of tho west ure thinkers. They do not become hysterical, they are not easily stuni|Httcd. Party limn are not as finely drawn ns you have them hero in llie east. The people asked them selves, run there l>� coercion whore there is no coercion? Can it bo called coercion to give us n school act fruuiiHl by our own Legislature, und their answer was emphatically no. 1 hnd not tho honor to be n member of the legislative Assembly ul the time thut tho school ordinance was first passed, but for the past eight yours I have had the honor to be u member of thnt House, und I look a very great interest in the aiuondmeuts thnt were passed from time to time to (RTfoct that ordin ance. Amendments wore added from year to year until wo, tho represen tutivs of tho people, fondly Imagined l lint wo had evolved I ho most jmrfei't school system in tho universe. Yet it was contended that I lie inclusion of this in tho nut on mny bill, originally our own creation und our own perfection, was co eroinn. His F.xcellencv next stiys that "Tho bountiful harvest with which we have been blessed in tho past sea sun. together with the continued development of our industries und transportation facilities, have so stimulated business in ull parts of Canada and hnvo piven such an Impetus to our exports und imports that the trade both with tho United Kngdoin nnd foreign countries for Uie current liscnl .year gives promise of Itejn^ tho largest on record." ' In no part of the universe, ] think, was the bounty of our Maker more in evidence than in Ibis nur own Dominion, and in no part of iho Dominion was it more marked than in the western part of Canada, Manitoba nnd the two new provinces,. Our crops were immense last Reason, thi' yield was abundant, but, hon. Kent lemon, it was nothing to what >> coming. As our tillage improves nml increases, so will our crops in-renso, until in the near future our csporls will nut be count* d by the hundreds of thousands, but by tho millions. We in Alberta have slruyed from the beaten path nnd solved a problem of our own. After experiment iug with fnll or winter wheat for some years, and having no fuil- Iwot sugar. The boon in operation slnco tho inception they have annually of six per cent. Iho Inst year i think wan Bomowherc In the vicinity of five million pounds of sugar. The success of thi" Industry 1 feel sure will lead to the establishment of others ot the same kind. I have no hesitation whatsoever In suying, from what 1 hnvo seen, that it will not bo many years Is'foro nil tho sugar in Cnnnda, will not only be manufactured In Canada, but manufactured from tho Canadian product, the stig-nr Itri't. The next paragraph in the address Is:- "The flow of Immigrants seeking holm's In the three prairie provinces still continues, und from (ho present outlook the number will ls> in excess of any previous your, and it is gratifying to note tho increasing proportion from the Hritlsh Isles." Wo in tho west say let them come; the more the merrier. We have' the laml: send us the people It may cost money-tho expenditure tuny be largo, but it is money well spent. It is a first-class investment, nnd will return large dividends. Tho continued: oftotibiK of the west means tho j continued primperlty of the west.] und the prosiiority ot the west ; means the continued pro*|m>rity of! Canada. What wo wunt in the west Is I men-hale, hearty men. willing nnd able to work. A mnn, no mati.r Where he collies from, ns long as he has a pair of hands and Is willing and able to use them, will le no incubus to Canada. Those are tinmen we want; Wo do not want those Who Wish tu live by their wits alone. We can breed all that we want of those in the west. It is very pleasing lit one who has lived in the west since tho early days, to note the advancement of iho Inst eight or nine years. In the eighties we hoped, we feared, wo doubted. The light would shine lor a short time anil then die out. In the early nitii'ties we despaired-tho loan-looked-tin - tho loni;-ho|H'd-for prosperity cam � not; and nil was nlooin nnd depression: but our day hus come. and. as His K\ce||eiicy has remarked, we in the west nre a happy ami contented population. The construction of new railways is, to my mind, the important factor in our advancement. The first train of the Canadian Northern thnt entered Kdinonton, transformed tin' country ts'twoi'ii Kdinontou and Winni|Ml thom but coiii|m>tiiion. Therefore we in tho west say 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. niein!s>r from New dlawgowf. Mr. McGregor) and my unworthy self to father this motion. He represents the extreme oust, whilst I represent, ] might almost say. tho extreme went; ho Iho lowest elevation, I very nearly the highest elevation. We from our extreme corners can stretch forth our arms and embrnco all tho Immense territories between us and clasp hands nnd thank our Maker (or tho many mercies he has showered and Is still showering upon our Im>-loved Canada. A VUO.OOO silo hns been purchased I by the Hliuun Y. M. C. A. II is proposed to change l'ortago la Prairie's name to Portage. Tho surplus of tho Ontario tlrnnd Lodge, A. O. I. W., Is *!'.�",000. Mrs. Ilnnmih Nlewnrl, a negress, aged 1112, died at Woodstock,Out. The Hwlfl Co. will erect a 91,(10(1,-000 packing plant In Portland, Ore. Dr. Hell, of Toronto, hns Im-oii appointed mntinger of the Winni|icg I'air. Titos. Densy, of Victoria, II. C, has boon appointed chief of police nt Nelson. Clou, .lohn M. Thayer, formerly P. S. senator from Nchritska, is dead, aged 81). An explosion in the water tank nt Winghum, Ont., wrecked tho 0. T. It. station. Hon. ltoilolpho Lemieiix has decided to sit for tlas|h.\ throwing o|hmi Nicolot sent. The lapanese of Vancouver will erect an nrch ns a welcome to Prince Arthur of Conuuiight. Alphonso Xervllle, the labor ineni-Ik'I* for Mnfsonneuvo, at tended a Liberal caucus nl Ottawa. The contract hns boon let for lie-(i I tin's now postitlllce. Only Canadian material will be used. Andrew Carnegie has offered $:i().. Olio for a library building for Ham-lino t'niversity. St. Paul. Ins. Murray, formerly siipcritit.-iid-elil of the C ' P. H. at Wilinip.-v;. ilie.l at llalycon Hot Spring'. Dev. It. Knowles. of Call. has bei'ii in North Carolina, w a new novel, �"The I ndertow." brother lust \enr foriw'd the company which would Invest this large nmoiint this spring in Westi.rn t'lin-adinn real estate. "We will buy largely of wild itimis. of course, but. snlne imprnxi'il tjly property will also le purchased. Calgary. Kdmniiton, llirh liivi-r and the Medicine Hut district will interest, us most. Some inv, si nients nr.. being miido along tin- ('. N. It bin-in Saskatchewan. Inuve\mi'. but most of thi' money we Hill spemi in .\|. jliortn. ' j "A grout nuinv Missmirians are 'sending large sums into Calgary and | Western t'oniidu for investment, '.fudge William lbggs, ,,( |{, ,| |i,..r> i and Captain llair\ Knij-bt. who j bought largely in Calgarx during j lIn* winter, h^e interested st, l.ou-Is men in tills pnit of tbo world, i Judge Itiggs tlkcil it so well that ho cnine here with his fiimilj in reside, and to him, j of course, cmiirs every Missourhin �{who visiis the \.>rh-wost, ns HiggH was on m Supreme honed lhero tftolve \onrs, and we remember him veiy kimlK. "Our feeling is Hint i ho railroads will advance their hinds very soon, and that the rush n Allien a. for u on tin\ e here, tumble about lieeil'll . It ah. liv, seventy bints wore cop- Yorklon town council voted a motion to purchase twenty for pnrk nnd waterworks pur- MIl IIRIUtOXS POSITIO.V. In a conference upon tho Lord's Day Observanco Hill at Ottawa, .lohn Ilorron, M. P., coiled attention to tho defectiv�* character of tho clause regarding the transportation of live stock. An exception In mado in tho bill with regard to trains carrying live stock for export only, which trains limy continue their Journey on Sunday. Mr. Ilorron states that hundreds of heads of live cattle are lieing shipiied annually from Alls't'ta for homo consumption in Canada, nnd il would lie a great hardship to the ranchers if f.tich trams are stalhtl for 24 Iioiiim ut some divisional point. YAWCOIl AND HIS DOtl. iircs. we decided that that was the grain for us. The yield is moro abundant nnd it ripens earlier, thu farmer gathers his grain so early .'�nd Yitwcob, observing his dog Schnitzel, spuko unto him ns follows: "You vus only n dog, but I vish 1 vus you. Von you go mil your bed in yon bjuisl turn round dree dimes und lay down. Von 1 go mit my bed in I lief to lock up dor place, nnd. viud up il. r clock, und put dor cut out uml undress mysool-luf und my vrow vakes up und scolds, den dor pa by vukes up und cries und 1 huf to vulk mit ilor libuso around; den inuyhc von 1 gets � nysnlluf to bed it is dime lo get up vonro nioro again. Yen you gets up mit your bed you sliust stretch yoursolluf, dig your neck a leedle, und you vus up. 1 huf to light tier fire und put uml dor kiltie, scrap some mit my vifo ulretty und get mysolluf breakfast. You piny mit dor day all round und hnf plenties of fun. I haf to vork nil dor day round und hof plenties of drubblo. j Yen voti dlo you van dead. Yen I die 1 hnf to go to hell yet. Subscribe for The Herald The down Acres poses. Mrs. Caroline Johnson, mother of' fiovoriior Johnson, of Minnesota, is dead. Mho was born in Swislen C.S years ngo. | The New York Post says: Confirmation was obtained of slateim-nts that John H. liockfeller is suffering from cancer. Tho JnpnncM' udiuirnlly announce I I tho invention of u Wireless telephone. .The iuxeiilor ih an engineer ot the i.aim Kimura An old Jewish stnagogue on Ith'll-iioiid si reel. 'J'oionto. oiiupieil by a iglass works, was desi i oyetl by tire. Loss. ttUo.iiiut Teiii|i�'rnnci' advocates at Miniota claim thut tuagistrates nre showing too much laxity with bleaches of the local option low. The llntisb tlovernmonl censured I Lord Milnor, fonner High Coiniiiis-j>ioner in South Africa, for nuthori/-I illg thi' llogging of coolies. I Jumos Dnlrymple, the Scotch municipal ownership ex|terl. declared i thut Anioricnn cities are unlit lor {ownership of strei'l railwa.vs. Uov. Kriicst M. SI ires, formerly of 11 race Church, New York, now pnst-or of Si. Thoimis. New York, lias sturtod out lo ruise $1 .iioii.nno in replace tho burned edifice. There's tnlk of W. It. Itoss, M C P., of Comic, lieing culled In Hie II C. cabinet to lake the provincial sct'ivlurtstup in case no change is made in the lauds uml worl.s do . pnrtuiout. A llevelstoke. It. C.'mill owner has hired bo turbaued Hindus to work in his saw mill. It is estimated there ure l.'td Hindus in Hritish Columbia, mostly all being retired | Itrilish soldiers. Premier it. P. Hoblin. of Manitoba. r cent, greater than that of lust your, and llgurcs. on an immigration of jr.ll.OOO |H'ople. CL II. .Melntj r. 11 Is. a rood I 'ilUlp.llgllcl und .1 V 1111 11... | vIlMllpMI. veil illliililie.l III politics it: well as law . on.i peri.iil-. � ipable ,.( Inking care .il Imieell el an> ami eier\ .>uili|> ill i he l. with loin, ami v f|fak. When il d'tei initial ion n W.I Simmon-'.llppl.v ol Ni. 1.1, t broad i ii ii ii � to ad We have e know w heien collies 1.1 gill Hie |||,. ,.f and iiiiiii llis.iiv ei Thoro i flgl.l. a report -iff. ii minis i liardU I ..'thi,i , ii ii.-- i-Huns i  'i.iw il N.o.iim an. e' . expo I.a*> in.1' pan n . M I 111- sm|. Mill Of ii an ii|>|" - som,-( Inn , ing w lial 11, i..-i. h Hi. ni.ii: 'Ml It . udil 1 ,.|.|, .It I ie  iii 'I I'. W e ami In It I..i-. a In.OA el lulls i* - ,1 �- I..... I he ' aw fill" is moinl last Now'iii-lieie Dial Mr Siiti- |ike his gUlls It l-Mint lie peoole of I � ham:.' from m �... I.i tins ,.|,, 11,m lei .i , ' ' mil I blllg Tie" i'* h > - tl> . ..led ion will , Ii. i It. I I lie \ oil- List ,i II i. ii.II \ i, lil.'iul el '. \ eber. .it ii pari> In' . we are aware. i' III III.' opposite oils call expe. t but ill Ihelll. Ill the e\ .Itutlihtle putting III Hero is likely lo to Ciilgiiry is ih,. capital of tho cowboy iinmirv of ih,. Wild Cnnnilinn Wesi, writes Frank (I. Curpenler. What was nine known ns thn (Irent \nierii-nii Desert exlonds from Montana north into Canada. It comprises i\>. mnro than twice as huge ns Ohio, running from the Itocky Motiiitiinm eastward, devoted lo grazing. The land, though sonii-iiriil. is commi'iI with the richest, of grasses, ami ii is now supporting Hundreds of thousands of cattle. Iioisvs, sheep nml hogs. According to the lust census, there wen- a mil. I .'on cattle in Manitoba ami the Northwest, n little more than a third Hint miiny horses, and al out four hundred thousand hogs � and sheep. Largo herds nre now brought from Texas lu-ro to be fed, and more Iholisonil hooves were the hoof last vent- from Knglntid. Just north of there is n dairy countr\ mi- establishing creameries with government assistance, und where they expect lo raise butter and chee.-i,' for Hritish Columbia nnd the. Orient. These stockmen of raising clt l.s.f f,.r t it  T'.ngbsli The i'ami'lii Caltle Companv .loch |,.ill I Ii. o.sii l.i I head lis lilUel.-IH i n in lies, ships its si oi k mi 11�" �,'...( lo liiglniid The am nmls are all ur.iss-f.'d. and i he sun Hin.-. are such that, the) i.i'ist I... kill, .1 within eight dats ail il land nu in til.-at Itl'illllll :sir William \ an lloine has a big farm in \\esi..Mi Cauadn. which is ii'tied lor Us tine cattle, ami there are inaiiv i i.-li laiiii'-rs in Manilolia I (> .t I in lb.' heart oi tho wheal I of I Tin.inns On-eiiwiiv . a former premier of when!. The screenings and rough wheat ate saved for feed, and tho cattle graze on the stubble. When wheat is low ii is more profitnhloto feed it than s.-ll il . "1 know n man who recently tried the experiment. of (nil, ning hogs with wheat. He had sixteen, and ho fill them on wheat Hint cost TO cents a bushel. The hogs- fattened so insilv that his wheal, turned into pork. lulled him .s' I o,-, linMhel Wheat at "o cents u. bushel will bring fur more m pork or beef thnn al the elevator. "Harlot is aiioilier foul that makes rood pork." continued Mr. Hums; It giows well in Canada, and il xv ill. lo n large exl.-ni. take 1 he place that corn does ill the I ailed silutes llur bai'lei, foil hogs will bring several cents more per pound lllllll \ our piii'ii foil hoys. I expect to see a burliA pork packing centre gt'o-v up here "lines Camilla buy much of our uiont'.'" "Yes, ve g,t must of our pork from ('hiciigo. and we ale also buying veal to till mil our shipments tii Knglnud. Ai! toiir neat that comes here pats a turi'l of 'J cents a pound, but even ut thn' wmr parking arrangements are on such a t ast s'lile that vein hnte so fur be-'li able to undersell ns. We me also importing into Hnsterii Caiinda from i lie t" nil -d States 1 brought in twenty I'm riil-lond.s of turkeys last cfiristtuas K.ventimily we will raise these things ourselves, and we wilt lo shipping fowls direct to Cngland."-Mintien polls Tribune. Ask your ticket agfiiftt for licit via the'-' t Wisconsin Central Ry. Milvvftukec, Points East -To--Chicago, and And South t'oitvoiiii'itt Irnins, Pnllmnti fileopl its. Prop roclinhigchnirt I e. lll.'l-.' fs HO Iplesllaill btlt til' � t-t will lie tho most prot'italile to ritis. and 't seems the part of wisdom lo is.- milt it si riot k in nl i lass sue Iho man who -.m.iiI.I wish to fuel a lull hog in iln- part of the conn il'y would have a long hunt, tail Ih inili cow or si.'.'i-- vol even iho bull f that iiass, , .in i,. (..uml in inaiiv ases 'Iho ptli.fla-** nf it few low if Miitie rocoo/nt/.-.I In....I 1,\ iho mi, i-- - in� to prot i.f nl Manv iuslumes of II. 'Ill'.'lll 1 U lllli.l all over the country u ;s a le I*.I "lisp, ii'-o.l at i, In )i hi ,-w n I n liilllllj.' Hie |.,w i'llll of -. (ol \ol\ -ma ..vp. U-.0 | hat t In C'-t bull man WM. SHAW 1'iiinti'f, agent b.r toed IV.1! Paper llotiircr, Decorator, Knipire Wall Pnpcru, from , up. Host of work gUaran- l!osj,l,.ico>-l'irst liolt^o �a�t ''Hurt House, on llnrtti.-ss Uond. ot All �ssful 1.II1IO-i gooil niM'sim, liertls l.uitt u; nil ho folilul Itei'.'llilt � -pill.I ll ' .1 lo iiiih l..'l|o|ll prices iii i lie iimoimi - i'l. held ll.l'l nl" itll - a llllhel' I mio than I I .It I ll done., and Ivlli.w ll. loll i . In . nlv tie i l.r tin-. a.i\ > i i sing I lie ll.l.t \\ 0 null', al of that I : hicisiiml ,n... half Miles Iho br-d Sim Ii.t n f i'.ilgatt Jos pari i.i i llll-'S i at '''ll 'rot nice, has a farm of i� iicies. but lie plants oiilv ,f this in gram, and bitboiie to raising lonhlv � thorns He lm* now two ami s,i\s they are the mosi pail of his farming opor fie sale \ I, mil , lie , om: i-iiiii eg inn i. rt lotai f guide from t line neighbor? had l�� -n | not well mill- from |  at isfui tor.t prov. il I he I W DRAYING kinds nf DrnyinK find Tram work tlotiis promptly. ST HAW FOR SALE EARL KIRKHAM TOWN LOTS I _______ t iii'siili-nliul l.ots in Blocks T"* and "l�V Apply to H. MACBETH I.'i-.-ii MsHiti* nu�l iiiBumnec. i g f.u �.oil OU>- illlt.s i puri'-l'i' 111111111 > s|...U ot th ll.lte li\."l it.' h.i.l-i- |, IMW 11 till goliei . la-place -pure to be .ll-' ' ollict imes lllllll ale I ll,. -. In; a j-oo.l soil is to his �, i li : tie ...l >t il ll. i'll i f i ba-l a bull ot vol;, |ii.nii.t al i's bead There ,\ i.o-;-' liieiil'.'l' ol breedel and drop. i her. no toll M \|i| \ f-'OUTI NK i .i.i Cobalt I'l'oiu th CilUso.l 1 bury \' Cobalt mail l'i dorsal ..hi i f.'tt. ii ill' lateral in n llllgcot ol from a i , ail's uol oil I f.'l'eal ll II. I i' .1.1111. I  i' led ih.- h.i-i' Maun a i. am lime It tills iii. ,n a burn "i arils ||,. |,,ls I, big i rude with Manitoba, Hritish Columbia ami VI-usl.a \i 1beginning of the Klondike gol,| iliscoM'iy. he got. $l," a piece at IM\tson for steers, am! a I'tucli as a dollar a pound for lus-f on tin- hoof. Cat Hums came to Calgary about t tti-nl.t-tit,, years ago, and began I if by plotting up the prairie at so much |m'i- aero, lie turned Ins sat ings into cattle, and lot them gra/ goti'i-muoiil lands As lie mad ill ore iiioii.t' he bought more cat 11 and to make a long story short. h. is now a milbiyiiore. ami is growing richer and in In-i It was m Ins m fiie in I'.ilgar.t that I chatieil woh this man .m aa'i'e rinsing. II.- said "Tliere has. net.-r b.-.r inch a .nun try lor m.mot muki'ig as this \|| .to hate In..I to do has boon to turn the ciillle out oil the plilllie mill it i'loin niott into g"bl I lie lilliliile Ul ll i lilt 111. a iii .tool . al grass lai grain I pool slo.'k .otic Ill ll.--.ll is lui t ot ago "Not if. I asU.,1 � I'.ili. Hut ll i'let iii. ' What i an I Inc. t em I li.'lii no". i an food oi,; of ii i .oiiol, ami Illiniums! as well as shipping to wimh hati an- glass � I .Hough never i list oil ted, and I heir to stand the �II grain foil slink' � I- i.ol," was the reply ,,.st less lo raise, am! �rill more inonet to Us you get for a good si. lit fur here," the tt as mar th. sell for in l.iti .egged lo the sale i n hat lli.'.t ore ready i | or cent . be al ,-losed for � lit i Tlllil lll.l'.s i'l Till-'. Itlt'lt I b.ii Ma' ol ' . Ii i ll.- t' ma! i still roliiiiiil us, ui.t who runs, nl we leate behind us ' .1 Ol ..iii' SOUS. Mr Hums'.'" \ lour-.t eiir old. l'i . will bring SHI ''�Pl.t What will it pool'" " Set cult-lite or eighty dollni's It costs iiist about *>.H> lo get it there, lor wo must send it J.POil miles by rail uml then across the Atlantic sal" with oiiio but., w.. ttoro met with tho I o-pl.t . ' I w am lo l.i.'i-il up. i,ol down " Though the price was but. too low, v.o would say nothing tu answer to Ins it-pit Had a bull of proper t.reeling ami individuality, that inipiossi-al his ipiality on his get. been Used, the sale would pi'ob-abl.t hate ov. ii......I .s|H lo SiNi higher I'ertainlt Hi" man l".t It using lllis bull lilillit I lilies Ills i list To sociii',. bail that will illlploto a tonl ol pine '.nil si. , . is a t.-r.t pi..1.1. ii,. and i ton the best l.r. ..lie bo mistaken ill .....i lb- i iii, it properlt' �i uie In ceiling t hat will be t lo n >i the dam anil sue imbt nbials. the bull may li iho i altos il.i Hot iletel-I he su. lessl'lll bli'.-d.'l Will bs, aid tho so-.. The bull that is iot .put.- '.' lie - lo -11 111 be. if his altos are n,;lil, may be Used mil il Morris & Hend-richs Transfer Co. CONTRACTING DRAYINC COAL DELIVERY Cash intitit Oll'tfi ni'cuiii|Niiiy orders nil roitl First dtKtr south of vatioii A nay bnrmcks. Ti'U'phoiu' 77 ,i Hi,.... i -p�^- .lill'n ull>l in-. -., I. . posted, s, |.leasing, lie good i be Used I p t i slnl i rd H .pub's are the bit l.-r .let I. lei Initio sale. whole been for teal sold at figure fads as here has a |'oi allow ant lop - nllii lent It to linal-h,s ie" At auother a lust i bi'.s bull had i, caltle were recent ly thai deliioiistrateil the .sot birth A man who I held of cows should not reasonable price lo stop 111111 when I. can t lie n is 1 lie best is stool-; be ill! While ilio .' in It important ram. it Jul the standard lire.-tier inking li lolll of , the . ho pilled ipiality ii Cilltlo thai  i a sire. Xeillii'i* i man who rays aposl for hiring of sires only, it has I.. i he and .ai lis S, iii pill mat oi it tie has i gall .ai'..' a i il ' ll:l l.e the il i. -lie .lull,.. fill It ii.ll 1 ll. It tt 1 I'llillllb, I'ablel- ll �t a o . . i,l i.' i nil I 1 n .cell.-Ill 1 Oust ip,| |i dlllos/iMs BRIGHT and SPARKLING Witii-s fur I lie cliidoruto han ijin-i nr l-'iit-oinn .nit] JXdiiostic With-n : iv ^ailniiliil from the iwi-rn ul homo und Hit's; .1 ! I'l 'ill I, M. El. ROY it fol, Haiti Doaler III V.' l. N I >'. t. [QUOBS ami CIGARS i' '' ' i.i ihtntdge, Alt�- ihe toil, bus I ll.ll i ll' Ulln l''.l'/.I.M itch. \, I II II I! SALT IMIKl'M. HIM! WiiltM. lll',l{l'l'.S, li \ i: 111 i:  li'cil ii. All ai ill-so by iiitoiisi' iti I instantly roli.t lierlain's Salt.-I us,.' a p.-riniiiieiit ' i oil. II has. ill bo ; Ihiil hud resisted ; Price JJil rents pel lull druggists il I-. ami s ale attended which is almost . apply .n i I ll.mi-lis it s nml iiitiu'l !o may lui ulTect-i uied many casus other treatment. ui\. I'or sale by "llui nil] i,,,i fall oil' I iiinl"i st and ram he-, in ,� being i ut up larms " ' \ cs. t will to 1 he . as., ranching, pui.- ami s.mpl slock raisuig will nieroiisi lilUes ten acres oi tt lid gi purl one sloel', on i l.e � ami' laml v. .11 support hate now about l,,n.oiill this \ lllllll t . He shllll have I ..Ion,nun." "Hut what l.inil of feed can -nise (or fattening stoi-U? Vou loo -fin mulh for corn." "We don't ex poet to raise coin, tie have wheat, onls and hurley. Much of I lie best ment U now made , .iso Willi . although 11 now ass t o sup farms i ho ton. We cuttle in event unlit you are LETHBRIDGE BREW1NG^&> MALTING COMPAtslY, LTD a^ AVWSVVVVS'. ^s. � CsXxoocoaoOsiooiy MANUFACTURERS OF Fine Lager, Beep, Ale and Porter THIS 1VKST IN THE-WEST All ortlors sent to tho Brewery will rocoivo prompt attdntiQU ;