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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 17, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta TABOR_TALK Events In The Eastern Town PEOPLE WANT IRRIGATION SYSTEM Coal Mining Development Near Woodpecker. . V � � � �� �....... (Prom Ihe Herald ll.TivnontaUvis.) Twbor, Aim.. M�y 16.-10. C. .llUleS, f Medicine llfllt., .'h n-genu, Ih loi'iilfd In A. II. Il;��>� Ih iicur, and 'the Tabor piople will I here to see that the day Is properly observed, What Tabor wtititH more �tih�n ihi.v-tiling else ivl. present Ih an IrWgin-nlloti system. It. in , pro-poM.il to liuikl ii ditch that would nerve ait aivn covering eight mrles, tiho wnteV ito he pumped from �ilv lleliy River. 'IMie soil nroiin.i this low* is �>f .(.Ih? Ilnerri, and there would he no dilllciilt.y raKUvg greut crops of beets and alfalfa. 'I'he towns|K�ople will likely take nr-Mon m I Ik* mutter at onre, ami /wei'lain 1 what the Oovorntnent will niter In the wn.v of assistance. Chns. Wood, I'einie, Is crceliing a stof' ndjoi'mng A. II. Iloaglin's. It Several Tubor people are reported to .he. rnteriwied ill a ronl proiK-myj li.'!\M'i'n Woodpecker and Hie river, and they believe ah-y have a prop- will have a To fool frblc build 'Ph.- popular I Viler Mcl'hee is on the stuff of 'the Royal Hotel. 'IMi� eMi/ens are Nillk locn'teil lieiv iiiinIoiis t'o have a t�n 1'rnlnj a limn w.'th cojoto eyes an.i .Inch rul/ni-i. tviin, inll^.i nl file liiixir |iii.sioillc and mikI; "I've li.uin ho lunch ii.miii'I, tiie ItioDi poviulllce Inl.'l.i, llittt I lln>. I'd jiihl Ml>|l Oil 11'iv.i l>ni>e || |hs|i h'l it." Ill-^i'1111'.l lo lUKe In i-in/ Milialion iii ii Kliiniv, tilvd coiftMliu^l: "\�ll> rt i� limn ii�-e l.iiici^ln's luw of-lice wns, .nnl more roomier Uiun title |jet'lii>t'h,l!0e |MiNt iiH.d the I upix-r lloor is ii�tood >d for un o|k>ra ! honsP. 10. I'. Il.vlnnrts noil of l.i'tit�l>ridgi.>, s|>eitt Krowi-nR village. f. \. ItennoM l''rk!ny in our Viiti can w-n'I. at A. It. is on sale. get Hie Herald every Caiupieli s ,�1-onii-e heiv. "We wmil >ilw oillc* in a inori; ci-ntrul place, ' aiul "We tiiu�i haw u 'l�it?Kei' oiuce," ilius heeii ofion Ih'UI-'I; l>ir 't'he "poiiMied populutv' tun lit; wrvnd !W II. I'AIIM IIOI.K t�X Til 10 lOMOCI'TIVIO lor it mImiii limu uihK-r pieseiK coir;l'il.iiis. Many IIk-iii liuve sullei'i'd |{r. i�ler haixl.shipst in the I'usi I lioik of llie lute tci- i'lllS lit n'i'll i �"l,U.ih-l.tl�l, lllKl llie MM- lerilu^t of llie I IiUaI-1 ul'l t'oiupiill.t , iiiiiI 'IIk- tenilile e.\|xTience of Uvn. AiisliiiiK'lon at \ ii i ley (oiye, m>.l lln-ii 'lake soul' iii.vlk'ild' a wllile loir^ '1' ulril If hut'islitvl lliilil Ule pos-lul ilepul 'tliK'irt iltH'nJ.'S I lie fotl town. A |.-\\ | ulf oppoM'd to 'linn, llilllinx Ilia* li linneiu.-n' ul limt I.iikI woiiUI >fH lii.il MMiie of |1k>iii lure already oieruorlted uihl woiil.l: ill..' to lesrg'li. 1,111 eouUI'li'! Our ivil- ii.,' uouhl !.e Aprri-i'liltur'nl Fairs Associalion was held i!l rul�ary lasl week, j The \ssocUit ion ,Jl |'erl im^es 11'fir i osfi'i �iJ.�|eii nod (Htult r.v. ,\ comiui'llee consis'l in� of T. l>�!y, of l'Mu>ont( n: \V. H. I'nirft'ld. I.oth-liritlpe; W. rptersoii, I'ulwO' II Jenkins. I'in.lii-r Ci\ek; 10. .1 I-'ivmuii. Ir.'iisfnil, wei\- u|MM>i|1,�'(l to jr.-vise llie prize li�t and siiKKl'sl. |iossihle. a llli/ik'l |>i'i7e list, i Phe loll.ill io^ ini|iol Unit Ifsopl-1 lion was pass.-il: 'That t'his Assoctu'tioii earti'-s'tly iNTomiii.-iwI la III,' I'loi Inciiil ll�>-liartnient of A^i'ieuHili'e i he importance of estuiiliNhniK a jiiiultry e.\|�,>r-' iuieiit sin'ion in ( si iii 11 U' i arried on." The .'Icef.iKii (if olllrels for the en-siiinir year uus ili�-(i hekl alwl result* i..I a" follows. I'lVSHlent -II. II. .lellkilis, l'illolK�l i'reek. \ ice-1'IVMxk.'llt- Ceo |' Smith, Ok-oloks. hireclors-T. Italy, l-VliiuinttMi; .1. j .1 Utifiz. lUut Ikvr; U. Itau.ls, Olds; \\. II. I'Vuliv i.l, ijellil.rwlK'e; tleoi'tf-(ireen. Iln.i iiioinl, II. MuckinioHii, Macleod. Al a tlic.-tii^ of .t'h.d :i. I'ul:;4ir.v. .Inly III. II and I-l�ineliei I'revk, .Inly HI. OkiKoks, .Inly 17. Korl S.iskaulii'uiin, Aug. 11. Ia-:horUltse, Aug. Ill niv-l 1*. I'iiiiMor, Sept. IH. Mn�rai�i. Sept. an. KayiiKiinl. Sept. a I. Olds, Sept. a| and 2.V ItUIMitiry . Sept. UlV. Vermillion \ulley unA lfc�ovor Lake tVeyrevilloi, >(>\A. '27 uiiil UK Medicine Hut. Oct". *J uikI Muclend, Hi), | mid .') Hod Ikvr, Ocl � mul in. I'onoka, Oct. 11 and I'.'. liiuiMuil. Oct. |a. IN THE PIJIUC ErE. II. W. MrKnnny, M. l, A. for St. AIInm'I, cii mo to A live da ail years i�wl sotillod in St. All�rt, wliqyc hv wont Jnto 'llie inorcnrttllo ami tur iriMllns 'biisfimwH, and moved to I0d-montoti Uuii' yenr.s ugo, Mr. Mc-Ivonn.v wns l>orn in Anvhorntburg, Ont. He Has luien very active in local nnrt. *'as '� I^MvlMMg* a few days tiliis w�*pk, simply for tho ...... purpose of viewing the country. Mr. Moivre, live niom'ijr for N'wwortfiy In � naitive of Mew '/��-aliilHiugh never in public 1*n'' "W1"1 *�' Yankee a-t home. I go. I'opulallon close upon 4,000 And TafllS WMl TIM NenM Ot UH:i*"� m Toronto. OUawn nml Mont-; increasing daily. '|�e third largest irort|. and then to Quolec, twH Mtore;town In Alliorta. A coal mining I4�ke a (stonim-r for |.5i>gU*nd. Umv- , ranching and farming district. ~ ing lOnglowl I will return �)* way of joorpoiwiwl an a city tills vear of Lnnlwrt l.ccon, rlw, SU(l/ (-,,n,|, (>y|un, and Aim- j CITV OFFICIALS trnlia, and back home in time for: Mayor-t.jeo. Itogcrs. ihe IV'virtber Hhearlng." Tefks. TIip (Joimiiprcinl Cnpitnl of Southern Alborta. ln- Jolin T. ito.1 iiw, life (Wore, f.'. V. It. (.'UOI' H10POUT. 10. (General Superintendent .lanileson, C. V. II., has given out the follow-In hin natlv* island the ts the own-''"g Information with ivgard to crop tr of a H,600 acre siheep ranch, and |ronditlons on nhc western division is one of the largv.st �nd mo�t sue- �h�� week eniling April 8th. ocHHful whoep ralwrs in New /jeuland. Higti Hivor-Favorabie weather; no; 1*e ller�iltl mun lnvd flic plv>asui>c of rain; sprlt>gi�e�lint; about llnlslio,!; mooting Mr. Nowwonhy, and In the! M>�'l�g cro|>s doing well; also fall j course, of a long conversation, had wlioat. ! ..,.�,.....,�. ..v......, ..,, ..... ol Nnnlo-n-Weatner favorabki; no; ligtht plunl and telepiionc plant and lh innr>lcl|�il BM,"W'*1' ',n''**� 'ome tne unti pari oi , 1 the prevent time, and only * " ' -� ------ to l�e at the Inst moment to corns out pick��d out I tad Ikw ns Itls"- ohoson spot at a time when ho 'had the whole f/f Alberta to cliooso. from. Ills fnilh unil foresight lias been amply re warded as the silver question is hardly an Isslic wUh JohnT. ,owa,l,.is He owns the electric lo **lhjw 'll,al hc one Soe.-fions.-Oha's. II. Howman. City Solicitor-C. F. V. Conylw^aro, K. C. Chief of Fire Department-A, Humphries. Aldermen-Win. Oliver, V. W, Dooley, V. H. Harding, l�r. IMcCluru, 10. A'daius, O. W. llo>!>iiiKon. IIOAIIJ) OK I0DUCAT1ON. Chairman-��. It. Fleetwood. 11. Ilowinnn. (lulbrnilh, O. II. Mmmons, V. W. his trip, Secretary-C. Ttusti.vs- Dr. lohnston, ll. Dooley. IIOAIH) OF TltADK,. I'rosideiit-O. F. I�. CnnylMNira. Vice-Frosi'dent- K. V. Itylands. Secretary-F. II. Ilornes. Sick, M. Freeman, the last eloci'ion. Mr. Moore, like tnoM of the oihor tnen>:.ers of tiho Allverta l.egislntui'e, is u family man. OFFICIALS. I. Wv Mariln. 0. Humphries and that looking fair, but more rain needed* Stuvely---Favorable weather; need' . or larger politic* of the town up till "' '"X hwnw ,ho ""i1 l>arl of '"8 �>hoM conipk-ted other grain look-! wonderfully impressed w.'t*i the mar-{lug well; fall wheal also cenning up vol I o us possibilities oi Cunudu. ' well- a fair supply of ruin; scodlnn' ttlwii I go home I will not hosKwU>! about lb>is>Ht.l. to tell the |�ople of what I - have leavings-Weather favorwl>le; ia! learnod of Wcwtern t'anuda, tlie push ; inches rain: 1,5�K� acres prepared and progressive spirit of the |>eo|>li>. ja-nd sws-led last pn*.t nt-i-k; seeding! I broke oft my ticket at Cnlgury to nil >lnlso.i";ve 1 am right when I say that j pros|�ectM goon. New ^mIuihI �nd Austrulia lead! lotiWAiidgk^-Cool wuatlicr; fall' the world in sheep ruising, yet from wheat looking well; seeding o|>eru-; what I h�\� heard of Southern Al- tions completed; not much growth l.Hjrtu, 1 cannot understand why I yet on account of cool weather. j llu-iv is not more of �t here. lint , Mitrlowt-Favorable weather; heavy-Mr. I'ulTer got his llrst taste of t�|K>uking of thi# part of Cunudu, I ! rain and pros|tects very favorable;' Manager. years am impre>M.xl with thi? itlwa thu-i this ;about PO pi>r cent. seedii>g complet- llnnk of lor u .voiiiig titan cd, ^m iNour.ie, Manager. K. M. W. F. Fuller, tlie melirler from I a-fiiin'i", is a native of Leeds County. Ont.. having iieiin tKirn in tile village at Wo.-d port in the year IH62. His fnt'hi'r, Avn I'ulYor, was also � Ca-iHidfnii born. Mr. Fuller is a s -lf-111t>Mr� man. who g educo'tinn in the schools of nurd ****i' raising more knocks lie re'memliers learning to rwHl nod write under the rod of the rounlry school muster, I'Ut wileji he was ubqirt HI yeurs csi A�k add 'itpMimfci Wisconsin Centra) Ry. MilwA�kc�, ,Chie, Wig, WM. S|IAW Painter, Caper Itnitirer, tVcoratop, agent for JOmpire Wall I'npern, from* r�c. a roll up. Best of work guaranteed. Residence First house ea�fc �t Court House, on Hnronens Road, ITOWN LOTS f I Residoiitiiil I^ots in Blocks f f 9 J "C" and "F," Apply to | H. MACBETH |. f Real Ettati> and Insurance. % to n teiVHIed in llw �to�?k. ui public van lt�um alniui hIk- country and thu schools of llruce, nnd in a eommcr- people. I am iliocou^niy enjoying t(�d crops. Vh'.KDICT OF .MtUY AT TABOR Our Korrt>Miry-t it-usurer. M. I. Seiril, litis return.l|iill'a>te ilhile ii'ist'M. and is ke|>t liiisy intiMduciitjf ihe lining la.l.i to ins iniiiiy frititKls. ill went iiierri as a UMirriuue bell until t'he stH'oml uigli't lit hollK'. ittien iii tiiiiloimiM's holy hour th>> siilliiits was broken by u mail rush of two sin re of Tnlor's young |m�o-|>l�. uho entereil l-he house anui�s of nlo:k>. Mr. s,.,,u mi.vs lie is a position to en-.101 an eiirlliipiake nou, and inlds "Ii will cost in.- itivctMy dtillurs for re|iiurs on Inriiiinee und tin puns " Our .iiiiing a ii. I popular i-.tiA'n, .1. II UU4N.-I1. ivceirily ii>turiM.l from It jih, iii'iuiiipiioi .l he earpeiitering trade, ami has al-ivii.vh Imn'ii n liuilder.  He left Wing-Inini in 11*71', mid camo to VVitu>i|s'g. where he itook up Inml. lie farmed in Mnniiolm for eleven years, oi! out il>.> hartlost cloven years John ever iiird. lie reached Culgviry in the summer of 1800, where lie spent one 20 em h Mr :t:iaa ciintou St., was tnriure.1 by _. hciuiivu. The pain and sulTering . , ., ., . . I which he endured during this lime is Vs. the piKttoHl.-e inspector h�s ^,.Vl||ia ,1)11111IV,M.,lKil,n. joining gave conn* and goif, turd the postolllce %ln any in'iiiiiilieirt ivlief until he .-.till ri-uuiius tm . 'I>iii�eriiign, rrit iiisiiis inml jealoilhies IwiVe'nt i|Ui'te ii'iisi White, of Hherbrnok, loll un estate valued ut "- about iliOo.otiU. There is always sometlii'ng in thu "IHie ik'iith m-curiwl at St. Miuront. uiiwl Ifie, but we don't mint to go H�''-' �u-s A'"x. Carrier, at thv ,.acl to the 'time when we were only ftf of '!f ^ 7 u.wiIin. IW ' . ,, �l was the uld4>nt Itling native 01 urifiiiimted with our earlier friemls, Mani'oba. huving ht�n bom in St. tlto Jitfk rabbits. There seems to be Uontface Sej>t. 20, iUoa. Miib poi'lii/n oi tne. iciji, uml only wish thai I might spend more time here. You evidently liuve u dilighl-i ii I eluiiaie. \ our country is magnificent to loon upori, and your people-well, I di.u'i know how to properly and lully eApu-ss myself as to their eonbamy, generous nature, und iv.luuru.'ie energy. \ou have a That the docrnso.i, fleorge Shoi-'hoiise, came to his death on or noout tin o'clock in lis* morning of ihe lOtli of may in the shaft ol the I ivl lance Mine ul To'jor. by l^ing crushed l.elw.ten the cage uml the shaft wall. IVnah, in mir opin.on. was-din' to an uecident euiisod by cni\>-lessivss on Ihe part of Uve deceased. This �a� the verdict given by ihe .uir.v compos.-d oi IVter McHuv, . C. Millar, Pcier Hummer. Jus. 'Vinson, �leo. lloni^iin and Roderick und is about to become a divisional |K>inl. It is the .heudminrti-rs ol the A. It. & I. Itail-wuy, running south to Wrout Fulls, .Montana. J. J. Hill's new truuscon-titientul road f� almost sure to strike this point. Roads are also .projected north lo Calgary ami Lelh-brklgv- in a very few years, is lisely j to Is! a big railroad centi-e. I FARM I Nil. Ijethbriirige is the centre of the only in igiiiion disli'iut in CuniHln. ; Some ol ihe linest farms in Uie west are to be seeu near the town. At present the unirriguits to the tleu Stri.m�s utv i.lie lwo great llags of �* either rtno of which would lime ihe twuld. Illoud will .tell, and sulllcieni to cause death, tlieiv is a in,- thai naturally binds Fa"' Smith, engineer ut the lie Here jn Ci��- "nnco mine, said uliut in oivraiir.g I und many men who toll nw the cage, they ha.1 tht�� sign.tls loi (�hey are Americans, und yvl 1 foil ">en awl live for coal lo detect a-ny uiileix n-o 'U'Lwecn thorn gave live signals und the Canadians. 'Ihe people of L��e Rais>lM'ck, Pful cnt suid they foiiiwl the man dead Uie in t'he rage. He was jammed be tile side t the sliuft and tile le a t-oinuvroiul end of the euge. This witness con- distributed south to the houiKlury. Mnrlow at the impiest held by J. D cast into Suskatehewun and west to I Hlglnbolham. coroner, at 'IHibor I Urliish i.'nlunriiia, and north almost Last Thursday to int.mre into tHej-^^^ ^r?e�t^ dinith of (!eo. Short house. ; ,, Aliieria. south of Culgnry. 1 Dr. Mug. ,n his evidence, stated 1 CLIMATIC, that Shs| I'roviiittial Seciv-tnry u license ns hereinafter provided, entitling him lo practice veterinary surgery." In applying for such license, it is necessary for the uppll-innt to iuiu sh 'the Department with lih' (llpleina he>d I y him, or such other evidence as may lio necessary to prove his right to practise the profession lOaeh application must develops! into be aecompamksl with a lee of $15, be ri�ckoned � til Short h�iu�e mine siin'riiivml- tliese. iwo uutions are a wonrJ So |�erson shall pruetice people, und iJ'-ir two Hagu are surgery uniting ilugt "t the world, and 1 ho- awrt conditions reeiprocii.v esiitbl.alied lielween ICi^j- tirmi-il Uie previous witness in say land ai�.l her eolomeH and the Cnlt- ing that tlie signal was for coal, ei Stmtts ilu�i will wrve u^ absolute l^iyMite Jensen said: 1 was with prutiiition i� 'be induvlrim of those *� sixtivi, Uvt of ihc shaft when i couiiuies lis- Anglo-Saxon race has even thinii to tear of iiho Orient. Ixiok what JtifMin has done llie past tliHuie I'roni uu isiumi in tdtv? s a wiiliout pre*, ige or fiower, she a country in Audit* tele tf DomiiiM Lands. I'URUC NO'I'ICIO is hereby given : ibut Auction Sules of Dominion ! I�at�.ls, formerly resenvo for siock-wuu-ring purpos�-s. will le hold In � ihe Province of Alberta as follows: ! Culgiiry. Friday. June 1st, IDOti. [ High River. .Monday, June -1th, I 190�V. I I'lncher Cft-ok, He.iue.ti.lay, ,| une ; lUh, 1 y�n-,. Macl-otl. fivlay. June Nth. lPOtl. I^lh'u-idgk-, Mtiutlu.v. Juno 11th, . lyou. Medicine lint, UedneMduy, June l.'tth, HlOt',. \t ten o'clock each duy. P!ie sul.-s wili. I*- subject to the fol- h.^ Matod ho was going to the top lie snid Shorthoutw rang the loll three itinv-s. 'Ihe engineer's reply has sign"' �'�* ,or ''0ttl- 1,0,18 '�' .. th�t must �ome time .l*nve t*H.n ringing false. I Jii.m.im, liie did not tvport the faulty bell to any !-h�H a larger ur-xi than one �,uariei-a�ljusung uie ' ,, ,n seetitm be disposed ul to oir. (mr- olllcer of iho comixmy. In my opin . - 1 ' I'lie lk-paritik-iri reserves the right o uitlidraiv any of ihe* lands from ihe sabs or to include any either land* 'herein. Iju/ts mil In- sold at nil upset price of if It |s-r acre. in no case BRIGHT �nd SPARKLING Wiues for the eladorute lvm-quel or the simple family ropttgt can be onlered from ns with the certainty that the quality will )n' high and the prices moderate Our Foreign and Domestic Wines are gathenled from the liest growers' at home and abroad. m. eTroy Whulnalc Uraler In WINKF. LIQUORS and CIGARS p c vi. LcibkrlUce. Alt*. Central Boot & Shoe Store W. T. III'NSON, PROP. Leth bridge. A ltd. Barnes & Co. REAL ESTATE and GEN ERA I. AGENTS Office-Second Floor Soslsardl Btotk Pest Office Box 3 Telephone No. 122 � i .. ..... Chin,, Ju uwnkftn- Ollicer oi uro viiunw�,t  > �,� t | ..u..t.,_ and should be .wklivsHod .o Iho Hon- nsfcu oi na-.ons^ lliinaja ^aken^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ l,h�ser oiiilile The P(ovineiul Secretary. I'VI uiouloii, Aflcrlu. rot toim William Cox aiwl h.n brother-ln- er wlien she nilows for un years luw, William Carney, I oih coal roin- the fnoiim-ps of her ers of Smiiiiileld, Ohio, quarreled over ihe po *wl the Suites gradually merne coninii.rciwlly (or mutu- i sei/isl a Hlvot>j$un it'll.1 bliot him dead. He then turned the weapon u|k>n himself and fired the second Joad into his breast, I.V. Among the radical chanf;es propos- al ed at llie II- C. Methodist conference ha tire resolutions to abolish the I'im" limit in the stationing of ministers fnow lour years); to include laymen on t'he stationing couunitut*; to rentier women eligible for till church offices lo which men may he chosen, and lo emphatically urge'iho immediate establishment of a '.ruly llriiish Colninbift university. ins (roin h-i _ . mind of m�n m ihe pwHunt day can- fort' '^'"K justified. I rot loiin any conception of her |kiw- W. A. Aubiit, 'general manager in the mine. tftw| ^ p^ver know liMle conqueror, then that the oleelric 'liell was Japan IVc oi New tfewiand |�.>ihai>s of onk'r. rtd States the power, commerci- Friday, and wan largely attentVed. ally iiimI oili'-rwise, that ja lyitig .----............--------.....--------1 dormant in the Ork-nt, and we look. oij until' out ! Shorthous' proU'rl'ion. Ihe made a success United States Alfrod A. Taylor. of Murg'uriv, of the tariff Sliys: "One liottio of MIN ARIVS j1>UH| 'the sales mil only convey tbesur-,tt''o ngiliits and will be subject to .ho usual tvsei iut ions in luior of the Crown. Where unv parcel olleied is crossed y n public highway >�' railiiay. the tale of such pui-cii shall be subjivt io the iN'Seri ai ion ol the land coi-.ivnl by *iie)i hij;�Hii.i or t'liat may jo i-'sjiiired lor the n(;ht of way or other puriMiM's ut tlit riulway ri'.'ifM.s Nilaiiiv ol the piireiiase uiouey roin t no, to time remaining un- CHOICE n ANDIES k AXES U EST READ DNS question and so far as our colony 1JMMRXT cunil a swelling Ih concerned, we favor the t>harn.k.r- g^jj"^ f ^ 11 lain policy of nn|x>ria) prolection T),OK w 'i>ayiie. of Hathursi uni imperiai recnu'nition of Hrilisli w| the life of ii vuluuble hnrs� )f the ill Ii':.--Chmiiies will not lio taken horse M pay iiifiit unless marked accepted oaiik on ivhiih they uro rich's. In this way, and this way only, will the Anglo-Saxon race �av� itself fj-niii commercial destruction by the chiHip labor of tho Orient, as _, well as the financial opposition of aw will spend $'-'5,000 on the combined powers of tho contfn- �at. , su v - that the Vet. had i/Iveu up, with a lew l.niitle�. of MINAHD'S I.I.VIMKXT. Moose cement sidewalks this year :>.l i in drun ii. I.i.tts of tite laird* to be sold may !*� had mi apple'.it'.on to tin- Secretary, Ik'puruueiii of the interior, Ottawa; W. \V. Stuart, liiK|ieoior of llanclies. Culgary, or to the Agent | of Dominion Lands at Caltyury or ut _ lethbridge; .j-----,---------1- � � \\. VI, CORY. Hon. James Dunsmnir haa h�>n i |k>piily Minister, appointed Ueutenant-Oovernor oi, Department of the Interior. City Bakery Reid (XX Co. Eden Rett Poultry Fju-ma Lethbridge, - Alta. Uritiah Columbia. 1 Ottawa, 1st ilay. lOoe. POULTttY and FRKttH EGGS for suli'. Delivery in town thren times a week, Settings of Barred, White and Hurf Plymouth Bocks. White Leghorns, White Wyau-dotUts and Buff Orpingtons, $1.<"�0 lierl5. Duok Eggs, ll.UI for a setting of 9. Road the Uerald Ads, ;