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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 10, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta The "Sunshine" furnace and �unny" ways are synonymous. The cold, dreary winter days can be made cheery and wami with a pure, healthful heat if you have a " Sunshine " furnace. Is easier to operate, cleaner, uses less fuel and " chines *' in many other ways over cumnio(i furnaces. Two shakers are used to shake the Iieavy, triangular-shaped grates. This just cuts the work of shaking-down in half, besides being easier on the furnace than the old one-shaker style. Sold by enterpri!*iiig dealers ovorvwliftrc. Jiooklol I'l eo. M'QaiyS IXWDON. ToailNTO. MONTBKAT, WlMMPBO. V*N titc congested streets, fiUixl with (lebris, it wns invpossiWo ' lo jiiiil;'! imy progress wHh iv wagon. "TIk; sctJBesj in t!jo sUnjcIk were lio-yoml tb* ^)a^v�r of clo.si-ription. I'oo-|)lc .'-'wiuwl not to realize tJio (laiijjor of wftJkiijj; oven with thv; liioniliul In Cgn FpjIliricrA ' inoiso.s mmW by tho nnnbliiig of thu, III Jull liailVIJiV eni'thciunko ai�;l tho fall of tniUdiifff.s. : _ |l>o�it.s pa.sK�l ;r>iios...... 25, (too To Be Spent By Alberta Government INSURANCE COMPANIES' DECISION Stricken City. Ix)n�lon, i.f nri'lish iittprcstcd Salaries of Some of the Provincial omcials. I'klinonton. May 2.-Tlvo ProinkT of I i.Mionicmt's warning', o.xposing 'Vho in- PUBLIC WORKS GETS THE MOST. _ jtcrior ot the lioii.*-, the clmiis, tab- liipiit T�ta nr Th* Ciirr*plna� in!'e* other funviimv i�i.i>oariaig as Lurid Tale oi ine suiiertngs in though on osihiwtion. rhcoavth- 4>uaku 8�!ei�.hc Joro*- was ^.so grMt that 'in 'tho whol'Oflalo 'di-.vgootl.s rcomi^ftVes ^''"^ 'JOfos of goods sion-d in 'isi'o iiiMvni-^'''*' 'J�spmi�l�t9 boijcnth th� sWcwalk inou-sly agivod to .sl'iwI a "ji>ii�t clo-i**�'c '''^"c f*-''"^ spatch to (>.>kiana lo this oHoct: 'i''*' gvoiUKl. lifting tho "tJiKler any circuin3t�ncos the "^\y "agstoncs with them. Brttish omets will only pay the Jo.ss- , 'V' w� walkey �a��sc tlvcy had any place ot safety.p Umks oa..thtsunke wIkmo no Ji.-o occurrocf, or �>.�'"? but Just Imause it wa� joducalioii * fiWnctive to jTct out of tho way. ...... May '1.-l{eprfSont�t'ivoB fyo insurance in San l''i'nnci Tolal............................S))!10.000 'J'Ik' veil! 'lo tiK' DepartiiiiMi'l, of lOil-ueaition anioiinls l.o S20fJ,U0lV The vole to tlu' tX-parlnifnt of .'V'ljrlcul'tme niiKiuii'l.N to r>.(�, � 'I'ihe voti' 'lo liospiLals tO'lalH $;i!l,- r,oo. t'\)r niisci'lia'iicoiis (he i'.\(KMulitmv ninounl.s lo lS!ii>,;")00. I In the e.slXMKlitui'o for the l>epnrt-jniont ot agricultulx^ are inchKk''d the ifciHowi'irg: Cattle ibrwiter.s, SHOO; horse hivoders, S200; S'!itM>p liref^lers, SlOO; swlira 'bre��;kTS, SlOO; AMw^rtn ifairs, $800; W'ostoiii Canada Iinrni- ; gratiin; Association. S2.50O; protoe-1 ; 1 ion of 'H'nine. ^2,000; islesl.nietion of 1 Y-edw. ' 1,897.981.(�.-. Tin? ligtires nil del Civil ijovernnieiit,. LogisIaMcm......... Jiwlice...... .heading.s i{|.;t'9..12-..0t) DR. P. W. TULLER PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON LETHBRIDGE Jfflce-0�er Otf� Birber Sbou. HouTi-11:00 to t:(/() noon; ;i:MO to .'-rOO p. tn ; 7:00 lu 8:H0 |i. m. Office Nl((hi Hell-iiud Telephone SIMMONS 0CNNCTT Barristeia Ac. lkthbuidge ANI> CABOSTON Lethbridge Office, Hoiithnnl Blo.k Money to Land on Town and Farm Property IV. C. S/'M.uo.Ns, b. A., Cown PrO'ecn'.o' C. V Bks.^ett H. a. DR. C. C. CRAGG^ ^ PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON T'hi> fiiKt IV V ];. wivMy iiop le-aji'soO^OOJI""''' n>nipil(>d 'by (ieniMal Sn|KT- Orace-(Tver HIgtnboiham's Urns Sfore daiiMgie to buikii'itgs pulled down or destroyed." to get out Whoixfvor the people" raiu there was ( A'gritul'ttire danger. and th� panic Ti;a-oa;eX,"Wols, etc... on.000.00; 200,000:00; .ilo.OoO.Ou i 33,500.00 : BRODIE (ft STAFFOIU) AGENTS Lethbridge, - - Alberta FRED. RbONEY, - PROP. GOOD ACCOMMOOAFION FOR THE TRAVELING PUBLIC EXCELLENT CUISIVE BATHS HOT AND COLD WATER RATES ,$l.RO A-OJAY i LETHBRIDQE - ALBERTA | : STANDARD  Lumber Oo'y Baker, U ooccc A FUIiL STOCK OP cicccirjcoooc�:':cest.ion in Sa'ii trnnciseo what shoiii'd l.'C done wi'i'h Chinatown, and n)ovii�g the Chinese in the directioia of Ci>lni� has been ag'ilatoJ. Now thoy are without honv.s and without prospects of securing any. They can got no land. 'I'Ih; bnii't.s of Oakland's Chinatown hav'O already been e.\td. and the �;riot'est police ' ivg-olutio'ijs ar eu't'orctd to prevent furl'lier eiilargtMnent. On 'this sWe of the l'.�v ttn'y are camping in 0(K!ii lots. I nieKS (ioi'ernmen't uinler- takes t.'liL'ir rolii'-l' rhey ;firo in grave danger, 'I'hoso wlw have money cannot purchase property, as no ona .sell to tlKni. Few, however, oven of the richest meichan'ts in Ohina-town saved anytihing of value, for (lioir woaltli u.os inves'ted in the Oriental village, \v4iich had sprung i'U the I'.eart of the area hurnod. Slraiiiie is the scene whei-o .San Ki-uncisco's C'liiiiatO'Wn stood. No 'he�p (A' sniok'ing ruins marks the site 01 l^be' wooden warrensi whore the slaiit-'Mfd men of >thc Orient dwelt in thousands. 'J'he place is  pi'titcd with ilts^p liules ami seared wi't'h 'dark passngvways, from whoso depth-i Come smoke wivalhs. All thi Wood debris 'is �>ono aivd t'ho winds are slivakrii-" ibe ashes. -Men. .whi'tc men, never, km'w th'-�.�k'|>ll) ot C'hinnlown's untlerguound city. 'Ihey often talkod taf thu.sc sub-lerraitiaii runwn.ys. AihI numy t�f theiri lui.'l 'R'OiK' )jciK�alh 'the .sl'roet ie\\-'.>^, t\ iVfi dis.'p. 'tliom withou'L clol'hiUct, will never Vie 'I'l'.^ tire swept, this Mongolian sac- forgotlMi. TIkv Unforttin.vte.s rushed fion clean. It left no shred of t'lK; aloug the stpeet.s �'Oft'-rimin.-.l and liaintod woo.ivii laljrie. It ate down blec-dii.tg, crying Vartl-.HUuko, earth-to llH' 'hare groutnl. ai.'d this lies lijiwke,' ai>d niaiiy finally fell 'into the stark, for 'I'lve bnvz^s 'h�vc^taken ruins ct the �trediv.ls of friglrt-crnzcpd yel-. sanitary condi't'i'ons." low UK-n flio. In eheir arms 'they | Total............. A 'detnili'd report of ;turo umK>r thv civil li.'>t 16WB' i |ji^ut.-(}o\ernor's ofTice....^ iE.\ecu'tive Council......... i. .-Vtt'orney-tJcMK'ral's tl'ejJt. Prov. Secretary's 'dept.,. Treasury departmtnit...... Prov.- Auditor's ofllee ... Public Works 'dcpl......... I'jducation department ... .V'gricultur'^. 'depni'tnient... iiiteii'deinl li. II. lamiesoii,. iiiaUe very sa'i'ist'neliir.s' n irl'liiy. 'l'hrn(iticnl!'y all ' " .', ' ' ' , lover . the province have nvmle tbd : Mic exiwudi-|,.j,,,,,, oiniook much IS ns '"'-|t'haii v.-as at lirst supposetl. port for the south reads: Okotok.s-Warm; ."�> 'hours rain; 1 PHONE House 94 Ijett'or T>lie ro- 2,700.00 28.12o.00j 11,72;-..00 I per cent, increase; 80 per cent, seed- to Total......... . The ,i.k;tails the ofllce of t>h a.m.. 2-H p.iii., 7-8 p. iti. Snndjiys-2.3�) to ?,.m p. iii. 'IVloplioiiCB 41 and 5it. P. H. Mewbi'kx W. 8. CIalbraitii M. D. C. M. M. D. C. M. Drs. DeVeber & Campbell Pii.vsicians and Surgeons. . ... . J-''^"uten�nt-(}ovornor ;' St.ivoly~|.'BVoraMe; lif-'ht rain; 100 wh-Hh amoi.Wt to but .^2.700, include ,,cre�se; .total acrca'ge i.J.- ecr-^^;''''':*,r-r-o^^^^ r'""'"' ^"^^ 'two-thirds of all grain^sawn; contuiKea- ua\uvL:' oats, 'barley and fla.'C will b.- ' Offices- Ott block. Tlioiie 14H. week; W'iiilcr wh 'at Talior-Knvorable; l'i|^�t ; hon. I : Rough and Dressed Lumber: Prompt shipmonts made to any part o� Alljerta bore their o|iiuni pipi-s, tiheir money bags,' t'heir silks and their ohitdivn. Heside 't'heiu ran t'he bag-jsy-trousered j wonjen, aiKl some oi them 'ho'.>bled painfull.N. These wei-p ^Ih' ni'-n nnti wome'n 01 lor 19f�6; �t'he surface. Far beneat'h 'the stret'^t , 1. The 'di�solutioii 2. Th\j owrthrow 3. Itoa o.'JAasiiiiKW'iO'ii o:o:o:o:o:o:o:o:o:o:qo,,o:o on 0:0.0 ^�i.OAOIo.o.o.OiP.o.o.oTQ.OQOxyo'o^b'b' levels in fhoso cellars and |>assagc-wa.ys common to th'C district, wore otti'.T Hvv.�. Wo'nK'n-uho nev'cr saw of Turkey, the day from their darkentxl prisons, 4. The assa.'j^iiva'tioa cios. complet'Od 'this ; In t'lie ex-peiiiiitiiiv? of the cvj cu t i vo looking well.* council. S^20.0llO is for the four mi ni-i()ers, and the balance of SS.OOO is for govornnienr luvnlliig: and dv-t'nil-ed work. j TIk.' 'detaik\l e.\pemlilure of tho de- pai'tnverjt of t'ho .Vt�oriM'V-C.'fne'ral it>- . , , , eludes S3,00.i f.,c .t.lK.lVputv-.U--l"'e,.an.d and swvded; wheat in itorne.V-llem.ral. .S.-..00.) f.^r rlejwrt- I""'*' four inches high, meat expen'dt'ture, ami llie balance oi |.S1-1,72.-) for elerks and ^>teiu>graph-ers. I The secretary of the del>arlni'etvt of provincial secretary, Marol'd W. Itil-\ C. TlUTHFiUFOTlT). Pivm'i'er oy, late of (.'mlKary, is to roceive ot 'Vlberta 'SI.500, and -HJie IniJu'itce ol the S2,- _ " � ' � ' tit^O is for ckuks uiwl it'i>artmental ---^^'^^ ' -----------" ~" oxpen.s-es. About � o'clock we driftxl w^'rth tho, "I'l^.j |)L.,,,,t,v Trcasur, r is to receive crowd into the* Mi-ssicn district p,{i'f,.,,,i .,.1,^, iwhuice ol'lhe w-here the fivtal'Mty was grea'test. : p,j|,p,,;,(li,^,,,^ salaries of cN'rks unl olTiciats are to be pai'd. The Provincial .Au.iMdi' is to receive . I'-'piiiy .Mii:pi^'tt'r i.'.' Public Works, .loim Stocks, receives S2,-oOO. Thv> Itireci.or, of .'-^iirvi.vs gels .�Sa.SOO, t'he Provincial .-V rch'i! Oct S2.(too. the Assi.s'tan.t C'h.".ef Kr'g'in-' eer Sl,H(fti. tin. m'lveriil I'.xiier.s'S 8.^.-500, and t'he balmice of the $3�.-(iOO IS iii.kIc op of clei-k's salaries. The l>epiit,\ Miiasier of Kduc.ntion is to reeei\e S2.2l)H. und the balame of tfio aptiropria'tioti of iSlO.iiWtt le-fi-rs io ge.ieiHl exjK'n.ses ami clerUs. In the Uepai'lmenl of .Vgricullure, S2.200 is set nsSde for the Peputy .'�linister, .'>il.2tn for the Public .llealt'h Inspector, .$l,2i>0 (8 months) for Pnir.v Inspector, t,n 1 the r^niain-fler for clerks. j In the del ailed rejort it is found .that t'lve Hpraker receives Sl..">00, the Deptuy Speaker S20o, and ihe Clerk Mere are l^prawgK'rs prophccres ^{ n,,i,.,;^, s'.oo. I In a'.ddition to this 'the admininrv- _ tiivn of justice Iws an e.\pe iJit ii'e of; Slfifi.tOO, The o.xpoivrl'iiure ..f thcl'er cent, iiicre'ase; C.OOO t. -.'S DR. B. JACKSON DEST1.�!t Dental School, C'liicat'o. Cluresholm-Favorable'; liyht re. n; , 100 per nele8S Codfish. Salt Herring, ami Miickerol. Lobsters. Shrimps and Clams. Salmon. Saitliiies. Oysters. Clam Juice and Chowder. Fresh aiitl Kippered Herrings. Deviled Crabs on Shell Fri^sh Eggs 20e p?r Doz. . Try a Package or Norka the New Break fas Pood. SHERLOCK, FREEMAN & CO p:o:oTailers wei-e caitght like of llussia. rats in 11 huge ti'ap. 'J"'heir very | ."�. T'he provewticn c'. bones- wvi'u ctKii 'l;y the flumes. 'Presidssni lloosevelit. ; And now livii-o reUMins only the, 0. A protraclvl race war in holes. Thoy pit t'lva hillsldo like a south. iuuK.i'tt-'.ic of �grouji'd-swallo-w nests. | 7. I.�o.sitructive spring floods 'in i^he.v show dapths which the police United f*ta'tes. n'cvcr knew. The secrot of those bur-j 8. .\ destructive erui^tion of Mount rows will never l-e known, for into Vesuvius, 'them the hungr.v fire firsit sifted its J W. The activity of Mount Poleo awl rod coals and then licko'd oagerly in Pc\iunatar't3 olil'.'tora'ting ever.vtfriug e.xcv'.>t .t'h3 of tho-%v or Id. i earth t.self. ! 11. The eruption of many volcanoes : ' � ' �� now suppo�k�d to 'be extinot. Butte, April 23.-Oharlfts Virden, �. 12. (Jreat lo.s.s of IMe �t sea by raamiigt-r of the H.van-Nawton Pixj- storms. I duce Company, who was rudely; 13. Destruobioti of Iwo western} awakened from his slumbers i-n San �i't'io9 by cyclones. I Fraincisco last W';-diK-9day mornrng 14. l,en- aiice oats, diture of .SI3,100.  ' L thUri.fije-Favorab/to; . i riK- Public Works Pepartm-.it e.'^lvs tnree wais d> e.v.,.i.ndi'tiiro of S!�9 ^ H.AY. OATS. S.\ND AND STONE FOB SALE AGENTS FOR I can fi�]l yonr land no matter where located. Special represent-Htii'e. National Co-operative Realty .--(jL'o. C.hicagp \ AUCTIONEER Cri^'-Mefcbaudiie, Farm and Stock Siki � . . TABER ALBERT A CwiiAficic M frnmrnAUn 1inm�UJttl�m� most vivifl description of the terrible ifornia and I%illipines. jynopSIS VI taniaian niOnil*WeSI. .happenings as ho saw it during v,the 16. JlebclMon in Spain. �� few hour.s that he was forc*:i to re- 17. (Jiewt -disturbancx-s all HOMESTEAD REOULATiONS '^o doonKxl citj. Eurofw. , nveru.te A Mnd. in M�n�cba. Sa.k�tcbcwa, and nanag.'tr f.naily to .each the street .�one, and excessive mte Alberta, �,cfping 8 ,,i so. not .e cvd �'ith great dimculty, Mr. V'inden 19. That Ohri-st will "Wk* his m., b, bom�.ea.led by anr wso,. who 1� 'h �aid; jpirit felt arnong -the l>eoplo of th^ �o�lieaouple and tie iu iiiv pocket, ixi.serving it for the .tha'te'liscowi-ies of corruption will .... very la.�vt, for there was "no water, ibe discovered which will drive some l.ogislutive Wo'were told that we couki not of the guilty, to suici.lc. leave San Francisco, as the ferry i 22. That Ood wi'il wi-oak terrible light rain; .eorlirfg will l>e comiileted �this week; fall whoat looking well. Alaclwd-Favoraidc; light rain; 2.') p.-r cent, ri'ncreiise; i;o 'ilama'ae to croji; more rain needed; 00 per cent, seeding completed. Piiicher-Fine; ii'giht rai'ii; 33 [ler cent, inciva.se; st'O-ling alJno.-^t coiii-jilotetl; fall wheu't lookiivg line. Cowley-Fine; li'gjht rain; .50 per cent. 'iie'rease; t wo-'thiiuls .9.o.'lins done; prospects ^-00:1. , - -YARDS AT----- LETHBRIDGE. RAYMOND. STIRLING . TABOR. It Will Pay Yon To See Our Stock Before BnyUigElsewhere. ITIK JII.VK AT lA NDHPRCK. HON. W. H. CUSinxa, -Minister of Public Works. year fora Uiree Cop'ted from "The Fi-ee lyancc." cutitrallon of tbe land la eac year*. S. tf the ra'her(^rnmlier. If (he rather la deceaoedt of tbe home leader r. aide* upon a farm tn (be vielnit.t uf the land entered fur lh� ______ ,_.. .________..........._ ----, , - ..... t r i\ rrqiiirementa aa 10 reaiiience inai be aaiiaBcd house had dropped ii�to the l�y, and I vengeance u|)on 't-lie llussians lor n-ne by audi pertnn lekldinx with ihe father or fearing that we should bo comp^Hocrjm�s.sacpo oi the Jews moibei. . to remain out of. doors when irtght s. U the ettler haahlli�eiiranei>t r.aldence ' came oti, wtu ate sparingly of our ipon farnUnii land owned by him inihe vlcln- crackers and cheese, and never touch-liyof.blabomealead, the re�4ul'reneat> aa to i j^.j .(,], nvembort of the Kational B;lu-' l'""y cation Association of Canaida. will. l*''\lements......... Taxes on larvds forfci-ted un-d�r Territorial tu-'diivaiict'.. Inspection and superin''.oi�d-onc'i of public works... .... In.spection .,of coal minesi... Inspection o! steom boilers. Fireguards, constructio'n ivwl inaintcnajtico............ Iloring and teo'ting for water and public wells......... accommodnitioTi...... Scrteg Paatlati d Wenteda, Fawy Stripe and tile Latent Denlgaa ia Vestings even hacks-wvire appropri�'tcd by tho _ j police lo liDust'd in taking tho jn- tjuroid to sttfatyr It was iinpossiible Cleaning, Pressing, Repairine secure wagons in which to remove AUerini' *'i goods from hiiildingSj and in the id storage at Calgury, however alifrht,' iihould not I;o disra-) purohaso of site......... irahled. Cbamborlain's Cough Keiu- Pprliament buildi'i�gs......... dy counteraotB any tomlency ot tt!(?ourt house at Curd.s-ton... cold to remilt.in pneumonia, a/td has .Sites for asylum, jails ami g^tincd its great popularity 'at�:l ox-\ Bite for court houKO, \Ve- icn�ivc sale by Hs prompt cures of | taskiwun........,......v.. .rr... this moftt comnion ailn>ent.. It ol-..Maintenance of Governmen't W.inniiwg Tribune. "I, akmg with Mr. �. P. Wood, of i this city," sard Mr. T. U. Hobinson. I today, ''atterHiofl a meeting of the ' .sharehoklcrs of,the Ureckenri'dgo &; Lund Coal Co., at Lundbrcck, jVlta., ; on the 23rd inst., and found 'I/he i company's business in a very .satisfactory condition. ''A six huivdn-il 'horse powvr engiiw; and boiler, with up-l'o-ila'te mi'niii'g ; machi'iierj-, 'is now inslallc'il, and i.s : working very satiislaotorily. The working shaft is 3�0 feet deep, and goes tihroufiih coal all iivs way down, , except about twenty feet of surface, i i 'The machinery is capable of lift- j ing sciwnlng and shipping eight hun- ; dred to one thousanni tons per day, i ar�U as room can 't'C made below for sufficient men to lo'usen and load the coal that fjuant'ity can be taken out. ' ''The coal is a wry superior do-me.'�t!c coal, and is in great deinand  wherever it 'hps 'been test&d, Mecwrs, .1 lii-eckenrldge, of-Cail'gary, land P. !tund, Oi W'lindiver; C. .\. Cock, of I Craiubitiok; A. C. Kemmis, of Piti-20,000 chert I�, D. Wood and Thos. B. Robinson, of Wiinnipeg, Awro..elected di-1,500 rectors ol ithc company; and at a 10,000 Sjiitt'tiivg of the directors Mr. Breck-, . 'ejiri'dge was appointed presiident, l,.'i00 ,nd- Thos. 1). llobinson vice-prei�l-| Idont, and M. A. N. Mouat, late of 10,000,tjio Ht*;lsoii's Hay Co., was appoint-7,000 ied seci;"tiir,\-iieasurer and sales ira'n-C.OOO |�ger, aiwl Air. Aldio; lal mining engine! r, who in�talk''tl 'the plant, was .�5,000 uppotntod miino manager. |. "The town of Lundbivck, caliotl l.'i.OOO aMer the mine, is a very growing 8,000 yoiingwter. Tiie townsitc is owned ^ 20,000 by tlie coiriiJan.v, 'find town lots are 1 'wipi'rlly b'eing -disposed of. It is loss ! .'0,000 thari a. .year Rituothc lots were put 1 Ion.the market. But even how it jvas iOO.OOO inrjjrt store, posiofnca, Iniiplior and blacksni'Mh shops, doctor's ofBco and hospitnl, �nd a fine hotel, wlhich cost KIO.OOO, eallod the -Witulsor, .'iO.OOO'^vl,i,.h is run in first-clafis style. !: "It is in a lino fall wheait country, S.'i.OOO i settlers are rushing in. wi't^ prosjiccts of great success. A stWto-niCMvt ot Hie altnirs ol the compan.v is tieing pi'cpai'od by 'lluv Hocrobory, Building Material We C88 supply you with SailMs aad Ds mad la plwsant to take. For sale by mli dru^gi^ts. riouse...... Contiivgenoios...... ,2,000 140,000 10,000 ^,,J| 'whei�.: Let us try a lot for you. Utbbrfdfc Steam ;