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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 3, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta DEADJDRSES Spoil tandscape Eist of Town A TINaV flOTEST ENTEMO SiKkincii SkfiM Ivni the Car-ctssts. MtlOti'l' AND BItBUXY. T>he Iroublc with servaatit is, some of tht-in tak�5 on so and some iako off so. Knowing what men arc, one rnvght Uvink tihart the wmnan who drives a man to drink wouM be cxcoodlDgly popuiar. Bditor of LethbrFdge Ilcrfttd: Dear Sir,-Could you fin^i place In tho columns ot your vnluad paper to insert a protcot against people who, having xletid horses to 'dispose of, cart thorn out to just "cast of the .junction and lc�vc them Utore to decompose amd annoy possers-by by an tinhcaHhy smell, otc. Now tliat CoaMalc mtd district is sotiling up so fast, thcit; is consi'd-orablo trafnc on this trail, and it is anything but plclc, ladies especially, to try and do Kometliing in this miatitor, but what can I do oxccpt appeal to the good sense and common decency of people who do this, to cart daa?d animals io a place where they will not amioy a largie proportion of the community or iMiry or bum them 'dccontly. Kanchers 'driving �toek to the stock yards niiight also have the decency if any of their stock die on the trail of puUii�g them a reason-| *'�ntrang� thing attic on Tuesday. Two Anc ncws- this matter. Yours truly, G. O. HEMIlic electorate had I^acod him, he first called on a ion-sorial artist for the Obrtigemcnti of his capillary substance. The genial man with the clippers misinterprotod the rei'tiest re is therefore no fo�r of anything of a mortuary nature likely to occur. i Intelligencer (morning) and I Times (cveni'ng)- The first 'despatches of the San Francisco calamity were received by the Times, which at once fioo�1od the 'tonm wi-th exCras. The ro8t-ln'tel,i'gcnc*r wi/od- the nearest available California town, and was told t'hwt there had been no earthquake, 'it wa� all a mistake, whereupon thcP.-f. posted on its front window this placard: '"nic report of earth(yuahcn an hour later it was forced to publish an extra of its oyin conllrm-iog the S'ftd inteUigcnoo. It Is beat ncwr to contradict until you sure, or to prophecy before know. Wife-Before we were married used to write me letters eight and ten pages long. Now, when you go away, you jusit send me li>ttle notes of haH a page. Canadian w'lieat for American miil-ing companies. Senator Kerr, of Coburg, and Senator McMullen and Sir Mackenzie Bowr Von Tighem. Presibyterioo-Rev. A. M. Qoidtn. Methodist-Rev. J. E. Hughson. Baptist-Itev. Chas. IMdl^v. Salvation Army-rOapt. Flaws. BANKS. Montrni'l-R. F. U:fe .-> Spend $ 1.50 And be in toueh with ftll the latest new* by Subscribing to the are you Conwnt'rce-C. O. K.. I'. McMicking, Husband-Lm-my dear. I am-�r- trying to economiae on letter paper, so OS to have more money for n^-little duckie darling to spend.-London Tit-Bits. company. 'Mje bills were held until the next nteeting. PAID TO KEEP inS MOUTH SHUT MEDICINE HAT IN A FLUTTER. Medicine Hat, ARa., April 27.-A rousidcraMe flutter in real estate lircles was causod today 'by the sale of Robert McCutoheon's farm prop-fpty across tho river for $80,000. 1*0 purchaser gave his name aa J. W. Hamilton, and paid $10,000 cash on his bargain. He made no statc-inene as to whom he repPDsentcd, or ns to his place of residence. It is 't'hought locally that 'he was acting in the Hill railway interests. The Pinglc surt'ey lots lying between the town, but outside t'bo townsite, were in instant demand. Mr. pieter Rob-r'ltson purchased 21 of the lots at $100 each before the facts of iM big deal hecaino gensrally known, and already be has rofusisd an advance of 922 a lot on the block. An instance of great presence of mind was ttarratcd to me 4>y John Russell Young, says a writer in the Grand Magaifiinc. Once during the civil war, when Grant was in subordinate command, he was reconnoit-ering atone near the enemy's lines. Suddenly he found himself confroatod by one of the Confederates' pickets, v.-ho was for arresting him. "Sho! sho!" said Grant, with the utmost coolness; "can't you see I am reconnoitcring in the enemy's uniform'? Don't make a noise. I be back directly." And he walked quietly away out of tJie picket's si'ght, then as nim)�ly as ho could. shall until ran MR SIMMONS AT FOUT SASKATCHEWAN h IMio Liberals at Fort Saskatchewan banquetted F. A. Walker, H.L. A. W C. Simmons responded to the toast of the Ix>giRla*ive Assembly, and the Fidmonton OuUctin reports his spcpob as follows: Mr. W. C. Simmons, M. P. P.. liaiincKt It )yo at least the youngest member of t'bo House in experience. He haid the honor to represent the first constituency opened since the general election, and he was pleased to soy that it pronotmced in favor of the Government. Ho was also pjeasnd to,see one-half of the Oppo-F>tion present at a liibcral banquet; it showed a tolerant spirit in pol'it-ics. Ho t'ri'ofly referred to the hopes of the south for the capital. He referred to the resources of the south country, mentioning the beet augor factory and the large Irrigaition works that wora making soutberA lands so valuabte. He closod by expressing his pleasure at "being present ou this occasion. . STOMACH TROUBLES. Ta'o geutlemiiu were travelling in one of the hill counties of Kentucky not long ago, bound �n an exploration for pitch pine. Thoy had been drivinjr for two hours without encountering a human being, when they came in sight of a cabin in a clearing. It was very Ktill. The hogs lay where the.y had fallen, the I thin claybonk mule gri|�od 'round and 'round in n great circle, to Have the tr-jutle of walking, and one Icon, lank man, whoso garments were the color of the clay4>ank mule, leaned against a tree and let them roll by. Toroalo, Ont., April 86.-After a difference of opinion between counsel as to the method of conducting the enqitiry, Ihc. Dominion insurance commission yesterday sctt'led down to an investigation of the insurance com(>anins having head offices in Toronto. The entire j)any, who fctirod when the | - Bank of Manager. Rank of Nour.�, Mankger. Union Bank-O Stannger. v ItAlLWAV S. lA^thbridge is oa the Crow's Nest line of. the CP. �.. and -is about to l>ecome a diviMonal point. It is the heodquartcre of the A. R. isf I. Railway, running south to Great Falls, .Montana, .f. J. Hill's new transcontinental road is almost sure to strike this point. Roods am also projected north to Calvary and Leth-bridgc in a very few years, is likely to be a big railroad centm FARMINa. t�tbbriid3,� is the centre of tho only irrigation ttivtriot. is CoMMla. Some oi ttie finest farma in the west are to be seen near the town. At present the unirrigatod lands in all (fircctioos are being /rapidly settled, and there in no doubt hut that this town will soon be the centre of great agricultural wealth and population. LOCATION. Lethbridge is the natural capiisl of .Southcnt Al'betta. It is the hub of a big district, and frotu here goods are distributed south to any. a (Calgary Harald.) In a recent interview with Archibald Mitchell, late ct the DomiBion NEW HIGH COURT, i Forestry Department, and who is _ {now chief weed inspector ot Alherta,. (Prom Winnipeg Telegram.') j the Herald oljtain'cd some encourogr Ottat^-a, April 27.-Manitoba's first, jug information in regard to the in- MANITOBA'S Mrs. Suo liartia, an old ood highly respected resident of Faisooia, Miss., was Slick with stomaob troub-le for more than six months. Ctaom-Ijerlain's Stomach and Liver TaMets cured her. She says: '"I can now cat anything I want, and om the proudest wotnon in lbs world to And such a good medici'ne." For sale by all 'lirutnrists. f^mples free. J. Seymour' Cortey has hssn appointed crowa attorney tor Xoranto, tr:^[ expert a-dvice and assist- Fur thc-m tl*et likes it " *in the. court of ia,cc in planting, wi'ihout charge. In Llv�l here all your life?" '* ^'^ *P- 1903, Mi-. Mitcholl states that there The sotitherner soat nonsivelv in *�>f'ncr territor- K^cre twelve farmers between Calgary thrust '� ialWch of either Mr. Justice IVn-1 �,d Montaw who took advantage -Not Yi" " he said-Header Ma�- Newlands. ^,^{ ,, jgo* the number in- azin!  ' ^' un.lerstood that the present44, there cblof justice, Hon. Joseph Debuc, j ^^ra no less than 90. It was part goes to government house as lieutenant-governor, in succession to �lr Daniel McMillan, a'nd the names of Isaac PithaVdo ond D. A. Maodon-Rld, of Poj^tagc la Prairie, are suggested OS likely to appear when the appointments are made to. fill the Dr. II. Tuckwcll, who has Just died at Oxford, was once staying at a friend's house when he and 'his'host, also a doctor, began to discuss the number of letters each recoi\'�d. Just tlien the postman arrived and' deliv-erod two letters for Tuckwell, and atmut forty for his host, 'frhefo!" remarked the host, in spHc of your large practice and popularity, Tuekw^l, I've beaten you hollow." Ves." replied Dr. Tuckwell. tjuietly, "hut I notioa that mo�t dt your letters arc in htack-odged cnvelo|>es." of Mr. Mitchell's duties to inspect tl*ese plots of trees, and generally assist the farmers in growing them. The present year is expectad to see at least double the inmiber of plots planted. The trees come frotu the Indian vacanoies bench. Mr. II.. O. Ucatty, commissioner of (he Saskatoon Board dl Trade, has written Mr. Oco. liaCnuiey, U. P.. asking that he reqoest the government to appoint a wostem deputy poBtmaster-generhl, with ofBoa at SORE NJPin.ES. Wtmiipcc. in the court of King's u^a^ exjierimental farm, where an 1 extensive nursery is UMintainod for ' ' * the purpose. The goverwnieBt gives the farmer practically all the trees ho can handle. Some of ithcm have .-.u '^JH,'".^ ^ cfleolcd by applying only an acre, others eight to ten Chan�berlain'8 Salve as soon as the ,^ t.u.Z,^ i-^tu. chiW is done nursing. Wipe it ol! *"'^'' "> The future benefit to ^ with a soft cloth liefore allowing'tho I* 'doriwd from this raiapaign is in-' child to nuroc. Many trainad nurses estimable. ! use this salvo with tlie best nwults. I ' . Price SA cents per box. Sold >by all ' " " drugitfists. ' ! At Nantoa. before Messrs. Chis- � "� .Q......... .. holm and Bonder. J. P.'s, William Victoria ^B'versiiy. Toronto, con-'J^ffior tSf o?7*a^of tcrrMl the degree of'l>.D. upon Rev. obtained aoods by falM DMt�nc-Princlpal Ri^dell, of Alberta Collet*. � from Iwajt^ SefrtlSt'^SSS!^ j 'SdmoDton. tko, Mark, JOB :-DEPARTMENT We have a modern equipment of type and machinery; as well as first-class work-men, and we make the statement without fear of contradiction that the Herald turns out as fine a class of jobs as any office in the West. A trial willconvince you that we have a right to talk this way. Try us for Letter Heads Bin Heads Envelopes Posters Wedding Invitations Programmes Anything in fact w here type and ink are used The Herald's Motto: "Nothing but the Bcs<" ;