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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 31, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta FHdaV, March 31, mi. THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERAL0 Clothes Chesfterfield Utility Overcoat^ No wardrobe complete without it/ Made in various ways, the mo^ stylish* and becomilig of which are silk lined/ or silk faced, same as cut, which is an exact reproduction. Priced $20.00 to $30.00. Every clothing store keeps Chesterfields overcoats, but not **Fashion-Graft.'' If intere^ed, examine' both and we are sure of the verdict SAME PRICE BUT DIFTOKENT IN EVERYTHING ELSE. rHE BENTLEY CO.. LIMITEH LETHBRIDGE AGENCY PROPRIETOR* MAKCH TO RENO BCGINS NOW Oevtrnor Si|ns "Tim� Lock" Divorce Aet, Which Makai It Merc Easy to Oiaaolve Marrlag* Reno. Xev., March 29.-The lid is DOW off in Nevada, on the divorce queB-tioo, and at n, result word has come liera ibat many women who were awaiting tba certain outcome of recent, lecialation are about to start for Reno from a Canadian rify and from Atlantic coast cities.' Oov. Qdie iasi niglit signed ibe'Lime I 'Spokane. March 29.-The Caesarian lock' divorce act, which lu'ovldea asjsection, a rare surgical operation, nas BRING FORTH BABE BY RARE SURGERY CaeNariaii Section Per-t'onned on Mrs. Floyd Leonard ot Spokane GOVERNMENT 18 TO CURE MEN WHO FORGET TO MAIL LETTER* tht tola raqulaite for jurisdiction that the plilntJW ahaU have been for six n^OBths wHhln the county in which action is brought, with the provision corresponding when the patient arrived shortly be-|chango in the earth's temperature. PIONEERING IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA Tlie following artirlr. laUnn from' "as a lieartbreai settler as the |)ase of supplies. On ".Now, Dominie, is the lime to get '''e tliird day we reached our destin-some land in Canada, for you are Ml-|atioii.. and the sparkling waters of the ways talking farm," said the mistress L,ittle Bow were a delight lo both the of the manse while spending a \aca- *l'eep and the shepherd, lion in Northern Michigan in the suin-! The magic word In all this latest mer of 1804. "Talk with Mrs. B. over west is wheat. It Is wheat you see in I he next seltlenient, and she ran and of wheat you hear everywhere, tell you all about the splendid nppor- li is wheat that in less than ten years tunity of btiying some cheap land in|has clianged this ranching country in-Canada." ^ to an empire of fanners. The field This was a very personal voice,;of ripening grain is such a glorious jsounding the cry of the Laiest West, sight, glistening in the .sunshine, sway-;for. year by year, civllizaiion has been 'ng in the wind, and is so rewarding 'steadily creeping northward and west-'a crop, no wonder the farmer talks e.\-;ward. and discovering ai f\pvy stage iravagantly a'boiit ii. There are good irich lands waiting for the iiow. The years and bad years, as everywhere, (emigrants easily passed o.er the inter-1On our ranch and nearby, in four sur-iuational boundary line, and for ten ceasive crops, the yields were i'l I years and more Canada has heen, bushels per acre, nine bushels, ST building up a rich empire in ihe three bushels, and this year a failure, or an great  prairie provinces of .Manitoba, average of less than eighteen bushels Saskatchewan and Alheria. These to the acre. But the average yield provinces constitute, indeed. the in Canada for fourteen years has been world's greatest wheat farm, a plain i twenty ibushels lo the acre, as against 1000 miles long and of undeiennined,twelve and a fraction for our Western width. The new agriculture, known' Stales. This is one reason why 90,000 as "Dry Farming." is converting thou- .Americans last year crossed the line, sands of acres of land formerly | taking with them $90,000,000. thought fit only for ranching, intoj The free government lands of Can-raaanlflcent harvest fields. 'ada also offer great Inducements to Our course led us out of Chicago settlers. When it became known, a through Wisconsin to St. Paul, then year ago last January, that on a given through the Dakotas iiuo Canada, and date eleven hundred parcels of land west past Moose''.law and .Medicine would be opened for settlement in the Hat Into the land of S.inny Southern j i.ethbrldge district, more than one Alberta, one hundred miles north of thousand persons lined up around a Weatern Montana finally locating our, whole block from the land office wait-ranch on the Little Bow River, with ; ing their turn to enter for homesteads, the snowcapped Rockies to the west, fifty miles away. Carman, ef Carmangay { It requires vision and courage to be-1 come a pioneer in a new country-! vision to see the development that is to come, and courage to lake risks] and make investments. With our' friend, Charles W. Uarman. of rbicago,' who owned a large Iran of land in' Southern Alberta, we entered into: MAJESTIC THEATRE W. B. SHERI\. toj'" S"^"^ condition. Thejarm Chinook the west, and the hauling of lumber' "J^''^^ f''"'^ for the house, barn, sheds and corrals fore noon plans had been made for a speedy o^ieration. Ur. C. G. Abbot, director of the astro-physical obfervatory of the Institution Mrs. Leonard was removed to Ihe i predicts thai the theory will be prov-hospitai at I'-' o'clock, and Dr. C. D.jed and will constitute a great astro-Ward, Peyton building, administered! nomical achievement. Tests are in vvos^ess at the obser \alory In this city, at .Mount Whitney the anesthetic. \\'hen it had taken effect, at 3.30 o'clock, it required only four minutes to perform the delicate and at .Mount U'ilson, and Dr. Abbot operation, which was the second sini-|has esabllK'ned a slaiion in tlie cloud ilar scientific feat accomplished at Sac i less region of Southern .Mexico, for last few red Heart Hospital in the weeks. Mrs. Leonard is a small woman and the child born yesterday was her first. OVERCROWDING AT WINNIPEG whiclicel jcouri this morning, the proprieiors bc-,ing heavily fined. It was shown thai |in some of these foreign houses four to five times as many boarders as allowed, were in the house. CANADA THE MOLSONS BANK INCORPORATED, ItBS. HEAD OFFICE, MONTREAL, Capital Paid Ip......... ......$4,c00,IMM) Kcderve Fund .................$4,4��,000 79 IN BRANCHES IN ALL PARTS CANADA AND AGENTS OF THE DOMINfON AGENTS and CORRESPONDENTS in all the Principal Cities af the UNITEP STATKS and GREAT BRITAIN, and in all parts oT tlio World. -Collattians Promptly Mad� SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMT Ooposits of fl and upwards received aai interest allowed from date of depot! i. A General Banking Business Transacted This bask �Dd�avort to give prompt and iui'-iligeui attention to all ]jn�ii>f.u and invites your ALCoutit Letlibndgti! Brand)-K.D.JAkii�toii. Manager DIAMOND CITY BRANCH - D. C. MORRISON, MANAGER HAS NOT SENT COMIMUNICATION London, .March :!().-In the House of Commons today. Viscount Wolmer. grandson of the late Marquis of Salisbury, elictod ihe infortnation that tiie government had received no communication from the Canadian government indicating ihelr intention �i ihe Imperial tlonfereuce (o be asked to I'; relieved of their obligstion extending 'he "most favored nations" trent-ment to foreign countries in the ca.se of ti-eaties negotiated li; tireat Britain to which t>nBda had not e.vpreB8ly adhered. No proposals had been made by the Canadian government to enable them to negotiate treaties of reciprocity specially favored by the fnited States. INf^ORMER ON .STAND IN CAMORRA TRIAL Viierbo. Itslv. .viarch :iO.-Oennaro Abbademaggio. informer, was cross-e.xamined at loday't; silting of the Court uf .As.sl/es, which is irying 'M\ Cainoria iii�-inrier� lor the murder of ilieir I reuv hei'uus uttsucluinn, tlenouro, i'ikcoIo ami liin wiff. .Most of the questions ail^cd by l-'reslilf-nt manclii liuii ihr- luvwerB of the deft-nne coii-i'�;iiiMil luaiifiK of secondary . Impori-' au'e. snd vtere inieiided i" linpeacli; the Informer Ihe latter stood the or j deal very well Unreserved Auction Sale Alberta SiovU yards Calsa ry Tues. April 4 At 12 o'clock 410 NEIIO NORSES Instructed by F. C. Costly, -MM! Hi:AI> 30 SUCKING COLTS 30 YEARLINGS Balaiu" � unipri ii:u, of 'i, 3 and 1 ,vea,- olcis. mostly mares This !s ;i tirst-cl.iss lot of horses ojl Clyde breeding. Pieniv III' iKUie; average weight of grown horses 1100 to 12.-|i' lbs. Instructed hy Messrs Ualcowski & lied linger 1(M� Head C oniprim- and 4 year olds, mostly mares This is a first class hunch of horse?, good quality and plenty of bone. lOit liead 01 broken liorses, being well mated; teams, rte livery horses, single drivers, saddle horses, etc Some of the above will be sold in car load lots or in quantities to suit intending liurchasPis. -TERMS CASH - NO RESERVE A. Layztll, Auctioneer 106-6th Ave. East, Calgary Phone 1326 Further entries can be received for this sale providing they are without reserve. the Pacific, sweeping through the passes of the Rockies, nieli the snov\'s and modify the temperature. It is a Wonderful thing, full of intense human Interest, to see an empire being created, regardless of such barriers as Internfltioual boundaries; knii together by a (ommon work and a common spirit, ami largely by a common blood. Some of the settlers are without money, bankrupt and are starting life anew. A large majority, no doubt, intend to remain upon the land ihat ihey have bought or have receiv-,ed upon sfich favorable terms from the governineni. Others take up ilie claims as a speculation. ; .�^oclally. there never l)efore were such seltlers. You will find men ot every trade in life, front plumbers and iieachers to clerlis and clergymen. Many are alone, and live their austere bachelor lives. There are sons of "i'""| fap^iei-from e.vcelleni ..,,, ' MOVINC; -PlCTURt- S Al,'VAN^P I To-Night, Saturday Matinee and Saturday fiight O'U'Boy Scouts The Boy Scouts of Toronto and Riders of the Plains showing the RMW,M,P. ofRegina and Calgary rounding up the horseihieves Two nights only, with two big acts of vaudeville our very doors. Just outside the fence. | experiences and achlevementa of vhat:, ^ We liave known at first-hand the'at a former period, would have refine (iiialities of many of these men."| quired a generation to accomplish. We have seen 'he great billowy prairie' ,���,.' fenced. tlu> road-allowance established' ^^�^���������������^^ and the ranchman give place to thej Ue have known the faithful | isters. and young men from excellen,,.gp^^^^,^,.^,i^.p^ .Vorthwest ^ families In Edinburgh atnl Belfast and p^,,^^ ^^^^^j I striking uniforms, custodians of law land order as they patrol their wide sweeps of country, often tiuanered ail our house. ' Ituhlin-men of education and some (with capital. And there are women, married and single, among llie settlers, worthy to be the descendants of the women who dared their lives in the first westward mov..Mnent a crn-j ^^'p '>''�^'e felt the thrill of life. of| (i^.j I hope, of progress; as new setllerB) I ' " .. 4 Ki -r�>.,., ; have come in lo occupy the land anrij I Foundinq of a Nev� Town .i lu i � i i , . ^ : build tiieir little shacks, thus short-1 j 'I'he founding of a new town is a ening the distances between neighbors ; imaiter of thrilllug interest to the pco-Ai firs' we had to go thirty-two miles; Jple for many milos around. Ijisi sum- f,,,- our mail. .After the Carmangay mer it was l;nowu Ihat the post oHicf postofiii-e was established in our coni- jof Caimiingay was soon lo beionie :i munity, only five miles away, we got town, for the graders were at woik oar mail twice a week. .Vow since the on i)ie new rtiilroad running li'oui'railcoad has come In we get our mail i.eihbriilge uorib to the Lillle Row at ,..v|-y oilier day Ow young people this |;oini Till' new townsiip bad � have formed a great liking for outdoor MILWAUKEE CONCRETE MIXERS Sold on five days' trial lieen surveyed S(5l(l at public and lots were to lie aui-tion on .luly JOih. life-for horses, cattle, sheep, have become e.4pert in the care and and Coming on horseback, in carts and j management of their horses-for the wagons and auloniohiles. nearly onejsndjjie horse is Uie street car of the thousand people assembled for i hei fpontier. .VIingling freely in the neigh-event I'he bidding was britli. and in I j.oihood recreations on holidays, and less ihau three-' hours river iWd......'JBliariug In their social merry-makings worth of lots were sold, ranging iti'aj ,ell as in liie religious services of pri>e from $l,'>uO for Ihe choice cor jn,^ Sabbath, n:ir young people have neis to $liiu for residence property. ..Really enlarged their sympathies and fhe town now lias large stores of|in , few summers ijarlicipated in the every kind. Innilier _varde. Iiolels. Hiree branch banks, a feed mill, iiu elect ri.-ligiititig plant, has adopted plans t'or a *i:;,uiM) school house, and lliree religious denominai ions are holding s^r-vi(cs, Willi one church edifice com llif-lCll. Ill uiir own rumily ili'* Hdmatiunal iulliieii.cH uf lilt raiu li iiie a subslan lial life asset. While liviug in a givai K\\\ we have, in our suinuier vacuiiun. sluired viviilly Uie nvperit-nces a liioiH'er coinniiinlty We have secu the Ih.si great roundnji of cattle in Snuihern Alberta, "iib ihe leniB nf 'he leaders and toi>boy-s pitched at MILWAUKEE STBA.MER Write for 1911 Oalalofue. We have in stock two hand-made Delivery Wagons for $90 each <'n\[ and See lllt-lil li<�fiitv luiyin*. Also one two-horse Delivery Wagon for 'i'his ip a fi'pi class wagon and will carry 1800 pounds. ;