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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 17, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbrldge Daily Herald. Tuesday, May In Vwtctuvw "WorM" of April 29 the following: mTGEHCEB BHilEUnOLY People Crowding into New Country Is v, T ber' and Mineral Wealth and Agri- cultural News Paper Plant Being Installed. Edited by Phont 1052 SOCIAL AND PERSONAL j Mis. P. L. Naismitli returned this! morniug from ihe east. There is no part of ihe prov- ince on which keener eyes are set than ou Fort George. Already, despite the advice to wait till railway construction has iieared the prospective city, peo- ple are crowding into Fort George country.. so as to ensure being the first on the ground. Many of the people going there, however, have capital and In- tend building hotels, stores, of- fices, industrial establishrnems, etc., to be ready for the develop- ment that, will certainly result from the transportation facilities shortly to be provided by the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway. A healthy indication is the fact that so many people are going in there to take up laud, and are well equipped with agricul- tural implements and live stock with which io enter ou their work of pioneering. The vast area of agricultural, pastoral and hay lands, with the rapidly growing markets adjacent for agricultural produce, beef aud mutton, the adaptability of much of the country for fruit growing with a permanent market on the prairie, within few day's run of Fort George, aud the favor- able climate all impress the homeseekef with the advantag- es of the new north land. Timber Wealth The -timber wealth of some of tlie adjacent valleys has already attracted the attention of the lumberman. Blocks of timber have been acquired by lumber companies who intend building mills and operating there. Other big lumber interests have cruis- ers. investigating timber limits on the market. The numerous streams, lakes and rivers ensure the economical handling of logs between :he woods and mills and the crowding prairie will offer an immediate market for all the lumber that can be shipped as soon as the railway is ready to carry it. Fort George is the centre of a rich mineral section. Develop- ment work so far has proved that this portion of northern British Columbia has fully as much mineral v.-eakh as the south. Already a silver lead mine in the Babine country to the north- west of Fort George has been developed to an extent to war- rant its being placed alongside the famous Eugene mine by the Consolidated Min- ing Smelting Company, in Zast Kcotenay. The Black- water Co.mtry io south has long been fuiaed foi its. gold hearing deposits and the reports of the late Sir G. M. Dawson, head of the Geological Survey of Canada, indicated this as the most promising gold min- ing section of the Pacific prov- ince. Near Placer Fields To the east is the famous Cari- boo country, which, in its day. rivalled the Klondyke as a rich placer field, while the existence of numerous ore bodies there has been known for years and only needed transportation 'to ensure their development and exploita- tion. To the north and east are the famous Tacla and Omenica sec- tions, with their wealth of plac- er gold, hitherto barred from modern economic methods of ex- ploitation by the want of trans- portation. Here, too, lode miner- als are found in abundance. On the western slopes of the Rocky mountains are the finest mica deposits the world knows. The mineral resources of the coun- rry around Fort George may therefore be expected before many years are over to practical- ly double the mineral production of British Columbia, in gold, sil- ver, copper, lead, mica and the other metals forming as yet only a small fraction of the mineral output, but which are certain to be utilized in time. Coal is found in abundance in til? vicinity and already the fields" are DeinS developed, so a good idpal supply of fuel will shortly be available for railways. steamboats, industrial establish- ments and the home supply of the people; while gas works and ovens will spring up, follow- ed by smelters to hand'e the min- eral of the country. What the Kootenay Power Company has done for the min- ing industries of British Colum- bia, and what the British Colum- bia Railway Company has done in the way of power supply for the Pacific coast, a Fort George company fs about to do for that country, having secured magnifi- cent power rights on Willow River, from which wires will be strung -to Fort George and all adjacent points, requiring an ap- preciable supply of power for light ing and industrial purposes. As the establishment of a second newspaper has already been mentioned in these advertisements, the World's reference to it has been omitted. The new paper will be called the Fort George Mail. A complete printing plant is going to Fort George, the size of which may be estimated by the freight charge of for taking it up. If yo.n wish to take advantage of op- portunities that are making fortunes others, write us today. Natural Resources Security Co. Limited. Winch Vancouver, 8. C. AGENTS: COX REALTY CO., Box 80, Lethbridge T.M.BRYDEN, Box 31, Macleod, AlU. Mr. aud Mrs Fred L. Roy, of 1'et- erborough, are in the city for a few days on their way from the Pacific coast. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Huckvale, Medicine Hat, are registered at Alexandra. of Mrs. -J. 0. Wilson will not receive( to-morrow uor-again this season. Mrs. C. 11. West will not receive to-morrow, nor again until fall. Mr. and Mrs. Colpman returned yes- terday morning from a few weeks'! sojourn in Rochester, Minn., where; Mr. Colpman slightly regained his; health. j Mrs. Walter E. of Tor-! unto, announces the engagement Harold M. Tovell, son of Rev. Dr.! Tovell, of Hamilton. The marriage; will take place in June. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. S. Dinnick, of Kendal avenue, Toronto, announce the engagement of their eldest daugh-j A j. _ r___ TT> 4 1 ter, May E., to Aid. Norman stone Heyd, eldest son of Mr. aud Mrs. Louis K. Heyd, K.C., of Sbcr- bourne street, Toronto. Mrs. Salec has returned from extended visit tc Kentucky. iiQ SOCIETIES VAND CLUBS About sixty young people attended the Wesley Ejworth league last even- ing and listened to the splendid pa-' pers read fay Miss Podger, Miss Gid- eons, aud Mr. Long, on the various j branches of missionary work which are1 being undertaken by the Methodist; church in China. Miss Hartrey leadj the meeting. Solos were rendered by! Miss McLachlan and Mr. Smith, andj the accompanists were Miss Oliver! and Miss Cook. CJ Y. W. C. T. U. RESIDENCE The dining room of the Y. W. T. L7. residence has been in operation! for the past week, although the fur- iiiture has not yet arrived, a dining table, chairs and necessaries were se cured and five girls have been revel- ling in the excellent home cookedj mentis that are being served. Word! has been received that the delayed furniture was shipped two days ago, and it will probably arrive before thej end of the week. As soon as thej home can be put in readiness, thej public will be invited to inspect it. i The main building of the Mounted police barracks is being draped in black am! purple. Mr. and Mrs. J. McKnight, who were visiting in the city last week, returned yesterday morning to their home nt Dupiiyer, Montana, ..i JUU.e, MONTREAL STOCK MARKET .Montreal. May DUO head t' butchers cattle. calves, 100 lieep and Iambs, and 1.500 hogs were Jttered at Montreal stock yards to-j lay. Offerings of live Stack during week vere cattle, calves, 200 heep and lambs and hogs. Fine weather had good effect on trade and prices or cattle were maintained, al- though supplies were unusually large; hogs also are in good demand at higher sales. Mr. Joseph Richard bought six superior steers at 7 l-2c Ib.; prime i beeves to 7 i-2c; pretty good; animals 5 1-2 to l-2c, and common stock 4c to j> l-4c Ib.; Calves 3 l-2c to (j l-2clb: -sheep 5c to 6c Ib.; spring lambs to 55.50 each. Good lots or fat liogs run 10 1-4 to 10 KJc. Shilohb Cure WESTERN CANADA AGENCY, LTD., Sole Agents, Lethbridge THIS is what this engine is doing: During the recent spell of exceptionally dry weather, un- der conditions that have been so unfavorable that not less than sixty per cent, of both steam and gasoline outfits have quit working, our 24 b.h. p. 4 cylinder engine, bought by Messrs Beattie Dupont, of this city, has broken 470 acres in exactly three weeks, working daylight shifts and pulling only six plows. Gasoline consumption fully tested and found to be 2.8 gallons per acre. WE HAVE three more migincs on the way. TWO of these are cold, the third, which we can deliver about 7th June, is for sale. Price Call and make appointment to see these engines working. Spares and repair parts car- ried in stock here. Company's expert specially located here for season. THESE ARE FACTS THAT YOU CAN VERIFY FOR YOURSELVES: Messrs. Beattie Dupont write us as follows: are delighted with the "Marshall" Engine we purchased of you this spring. The work it done and is doing under the most unfavorable conditions, convinces us we have made a splendid investment. We have only been drawing six plows, but we have ordered a new set of eight. Grand Challenge Sale SEE THE WONDERFUL VALUES IX THE GROCERY WINDOW Pearl inc. Corn Flakes, Capers. Dutch Cleans- er. Jelly Powder. Etc. A. Macdonald Co. SPRING CLEANING have just what yoa require to make those finishing touches to your house now you are ready. COME and SEE Standard Furnishing Company Show Rooms.Opp. the Herald Block 324 Crabb Street. Phone 433. j Because we make the best flour on G. N. McLean PLonc 1089 DKAYING of all kinds prompt- ;i I! iy attended to. j COAL Delivered C. 0. D. quickly stops coughs, cures colds, heals the throat and lungs. 25 Hurry Out Sale IS THE Unparalleled Bargain Feast Challenge Sale Have you ever done this. If not take this opportunity and let us show you that it can be done. Call at Room 11, Stafford Block, Round street For a And literature telling YOU about it. New Fancy White Waists At Only 69 MODERN TIMES DON'T DELA1 Come in To-day IN THE SOUTHARD Building Cents At The Grand Challenge Sale 'jrnlture Repairing ana iu icai vn JiO rmu oticsru Phone 610. JOHN CRAIG, Repairs it the home promptly attended to. Fine English and Austrian Axminster Rugs Room Sizes Worth Tapestry Rugs to Nairin's Inlaid Linoleum 92 1 -2c IS 02. Carpet Feit 5c a yard Sale Starts To-morrow Morning A. Macdonald Co. J. J. Horsfall Chas. Marshall Canadian General Superintendents FOR SALE Pool room in rapidly growing town can be bought ciu-ap :.f purchased at once. Building can be leased for term of years or pur- chased outright. Cigar store in connection. Daily business aver- ages 525. Further particulars furnished. -75 feet on Round, ?3.000. Must be sold at once. Our farm lands in the famous Cleverville and Carmangay dis- trict are at least worthy of inspection if you are in the market for first class land cheap. 10 sections for sale at per acre. Easy terms. The National Land Co. SUITE 4 HILL BLOCK SUITE 2 GRANGE BLOCK, CARMANGAY BRITISH COLONIAL PHOTOGRAPHIC CO. COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHERS, IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLIES 101-102-104-106 SHERLOCK BUILDING Photography in All Its Branches Largest Publishers of Photographic Post Cards in the West Panoramic Views X-Ray Photography Flashlights Enlargements Lantern Slides Copying Interior Views a Specialty Special and Attention Given to Amateur Developing and Printing Press Agents of "Tropical Press" and "Daily London Ervg. A. MACDONALD CO.'S GRAND CHALLENGE SALE STARTS TOMORROW 9 A. M. TEAMING AND EXCAVATING COAL ORDERS promp'tly delivered KENNEY BROS. Phone 679 611 Crabb St. The A. Macdonald Co. GRAND CHALLENGE SALE STARTS WEDNESDAY MORNING AT 8 O'CLOCK Hurrv Down to Sec Their Windows Tonight CEMENT SIDEWALKS CONCRETE FOUNDATIONS P Phone 1344 for Estimates on this kind of work H. J. GOODE Concrete Works 523 Smith ;