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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 1, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta Ideal District for fruit raising, alfalfa, sugar beets and all grains Surrounded by the finest tract of irrigable land in the west. Th3 Town is situated on the Crow's Nest branch of the C. P. R. COALDALE'8 FEATURES Ccmldalo is six miles from the Kx-perimontal farm. The InnU ;n the vicinity is all sold and is being rapidly settled. Already there ar� about' thirty families and settlers in the Coaldulu district. A large numiber of faniilics PB moving in this fall'. Seven steam ploiiglia ore opcnit-ing in t)te disitrict. The land is owned by actual settlors atMl not J>y .speculators, whiuh nwans.that within a very short tinw that Coaldalu will Ims a t'hriving town icind will rival any town in th-j Northwest in the richne�s of its rif-.sourcos and the amoiiiit of funn in-.'-ducts. BENEFITS OF IRRIGATION Irrigation not only in.siu-c.s a good crop each and every year but it also ' ineuiis that the farms will Ijc small and will brirg in a much nioivlthick-ly seClIwI population than othor lands. SUGAR BEET RAISING Sugar beet raising can l)e carried on nio�"c successfully and proiHably here than in any othor town in AU J}crtB. .owing to the fact that Coal-�lalo is in the centre of the irr.gut-ed district and is surrounded on all sides by choice irrigable lands. As socin as the land is properly cultivated, a sugar beet factory will To men seeking business openings there cannot be found any town in the Northwest that offers better inducements. IE M f P ft - % > 5 > "> - a - -  i 1 . * It m � A* A* Eiahth Original plan of Coaldale. A good many lots have been sold. lo installed and this with othor iii-dusirifs, will itiako c found in sufllcicnt quan-t.ty to jus'tify a coal shaft being Hiink and of course if coal is foiii'l Coaldale will have the ndvantag.^s of a nvining town as well as its riciilturnl interests and the combination will make a rich coinm i.i-ity LOTS FOR SALE To in\'Cstors we oflcr a chance to buy lots in Coaldale at a low li�' nre and will actually C.UAn.\S.TKIO n LAROK I'KIt OKNT INTKHTCST on money invewted. Tiive.stignt'c at once while you st.ll have the opportunity to got in on the original price. Don't wait until prices have gone up and then kick yourself for not buying sooner. The tii�e to buy town property is when Iho town -start.s ami not when the boom is at its hoight or over.. We arc not olToring any "gohl bricks" all wc ask is that you investigate. Business lots range in price from $100 to $200. R e s i -dence lots from Fifty to One Hundred Dollars. FOn PLANS OP THE TOWNSITE AXB PAimCULiVKS, SEE C. R. DANIEL, H. A. SUGGITT, Southard Block. LETHBRIDGE, or Manu�r Cosldalc Towasitc. COALDALE. So Simple - So Scientific - So Perfect There are scoresof little points in range-making carefully thought out and embodied in the " Happy Thought." Easy to shake, easy to dump; a combination grate for coal or wood; a corrugated oven, adding a full third to the heating surface; and a transparent door through which the cooking may be watched without cooling off tlie oven. Ask your dealer to explain how it is that a Ha^py Tliouj^ht Ran^e is the best in the world Sold by stove dealers all over Canada. Write us for IllustratcJ Catalogue - Free. 6�a WM. BUCK STOVE CO..Lin>ii.d br�nt(ord Montraal 'Winnlpsg -FOR SALE BY-- q L VROOMAN, Lethbridge. Alberta. On  Cattle Train ll�v. C. Mcnillbp. the BMd JWinaton I FRED. ROONEY, - PROP. GOOD ACCOMMODAriON FOR THE TRAVELING PUBLIC HXCELLENT CUISINE BATHS HOT AND COLD WATER RATES ,$l.SO A I>AY LETHBRIDGE - ALBERTA iMM#����W����MM�����M����tt>�f ����� Clothes That Are Trim And Perfect .I'erfcot clothing-is snmclhing that every man dosircs. II you WAnt. a thoroughly satisfiictory miit, let ii.s W: your tailors. Thm you will Know-that they fit you in I he way thoy outrht to fit. Our faclKiivK in t:iitying am) our K|x>(ual Nystcni of making, enable uh i> (iJ^ogive you higli-Brfttlocustom-mafio clothing at prices orilinarily chat-gert feft'for i�ad.v-nmcJos. .:� ' � ..:: .. Ipn^ Tailormg Co. Ltd. C W. KINGSTON. a*pnMirt*Uf� Raymond. Oct. 21th, 190-3. To the Editor Lethbridge Herald: Dear Sir.-For many years the writer has ior.ged for a trip acro.is the Atlantic Ocean to revisit the scenes o( his early boyhood, t.ut novcr until this summer had he tho justification or the opportunity f..r doing so. That justification came in continued nervous prostration, and the means in being permitted to take charge of a cattle train to Montrval. A two thousand mile ride on a cattle train is sotnethin,; uni'quc for a person to tukc and its many of my friends are nn.xious u> know about niy trip, I take tho .j))-portunity otlered by your columns of satisfying them. This letter will give some impressions ot' the trip and some of the scenes by tho way. 1 was warned that the trip would likely be hard on me, but I emerged at the otlier end dirty imle�?d, and very >tired, but with some fresh views of life and vigorous as a yoimgmnn of thirty. 'J'he discomforts are not worth while spcakirg of. True we had no palatial dining cars nor luxurious sleep-ing cars, indeed somotim?s no place to sleep oxcefit the benches. 1 believe we did not ride in a single calH>osc, and wc had sixteen all ol the same \-aHlcty with no sanitary conveniences of any kind and ver.v primitive toilet arrangomcr.i. I might say that the parson irav-dl-ed on tho train Incognito. Pressed in cheap. Hght coloretl Bunwncr .stilt with no item of clerical attire, the* parson saw some life without the repressive influence of .ciericaRKni. Oftentimes I have doubted >n this part whether the ordinary man !n the west bad mueh respect for itui office , oif the minister. Uiit I will never doulHmeain, The boys on'lh>! whole w-ore,good fellows, still thoy would swear awfully at times, ujll main outline was correct. How yams do change as they pass from mouth to mouth. At Schreiber, adivisional point in the wilderness north of Lake Supe.v ior, the parson had a terrible fright. We arrived in  tho village about one o'clock in the morning, the ni)?ht was inky black and a drizzling rain was falling. Here and there a few lights weiv! to bo seen. The �ttle men and railway bands had work to do. 1%anks to my kind and thought ful friend who goit me the trip, J was the gentleman of the party, having no work to ries of losMOs previously to this. In nay -mowl I harought to carry mo to Wlnni|>eg. Itotwecn Itegina, where I lost my train and nroad-view I lost. mytia.tW rain coat. divisional points. I think we chani{-cd cabooses sixteen times, and each time they seldom stopiied more than fifteen minutes between our arrival and departure. It was dangerous to get off for any reason whatsoever Wo left Macleod on a Tuesday evening, July the 17th and arrived Montreal on Wednesday the 2.5th. 1 believe on my arrival at the stoi;i yards I nwist have Ijeeu the tfirties looking parson who ever arriwjd la the city. My most intinwte friends would not have recogniaod me. Sath ed, clothed clerically and feeling quite respectable again, I sought the Board of Trade building where was to get my cabin passage .tnd further information. Hero I found a ticket for a first-class passage on the steamship Othenia, Dominion .line. At eight o'clock that, evening I vent on board and got settled down in cabin which I found very comfortable indeed. I' was greatly amused at my youitg friend who iiad charge of me, who ndvised mo to keep "mum" about conving down in charge of a cattle train. Perhaps he said, some of the "swells" will think le.ss of you if you "let tlJis out." I thought of Bobbie Burns poem, "A man's a man for a' that.' I will tell you about life on the vessel next week. Yours sincerely, CHAS. McKILLOP. yarns that I could not repeat. f ,Vou may judge how much goo good inah.v articles that I had no right to. The.law of compensation works out In many ways. I was greatly pleased with the way the.C.P.R, riiMhed through those cattle trains. They travel, for frelghl at groat speed, and lose no tlino at C. C. KK^rAnDS & CO. 1 was very sick with Quinsy and thought 1 would strangle. I used MINARD'S 1JN1.MENT and it cured me at once. I am never without it now. Youis gratefully, MHs. c. �. a'Ri.vcr;. Nauwigcwauk, Oct. 21st. A SAnoONLKS.S PION'PKR COMMUNITY IX CALIKOHNIA. (Contributo�l by W. C. T. IJ.) The pioneer towns in the lraj>erlol Valley in Lower California have .several unique features besfdes that Iieing consideratily-below tho level of the sea. One of these is the depth of the soil, all alluvial, whiclv is said to bo not less than seven hundred feet, and another is tho fact that there is not a saloon nor NEW SERVICE THROUGH TO CHICAGO RAILWAY [Through Tourist Sleeper D*ily to Chicago and lAtermediate Potatt via the Great Northern Railway's SUPERB NEW TRAIN. THE ORIENTAL LIMITED fTonrist 8Jle9ping car rates are one half standard sleeper rates. Everjr convenience, every comfort. For particulars enquire from H. Macbetli, Agent, Lethbridge. S. S. Minnesota sails from Seattle for the Orient Oct. 20 8. 8. Dakota sails from Seattle for the Orient Nov. 28, oiliginal owners of the land ran a I clause in all their deeds forbiddir.�r tho manufacture and sale of liqvnr on any and all property sold. Thus a prohibitory law of the moat ironclad kind has been ftistencd on 'ho cotmtry. The natural i"e8uit has Iteen that the valle.v hos Ixwn remarkably free from the evil elements that too often dominate frontier niude a home. A family ot nine chil-dred was born to tiiein, .si.\ boys and three girl.s, of whom seven are alive. Tho boys aw. .Samuel and Thoimas in North Battleford, i^ask., .lanics in Caisiairs, Allierta; and Charles in J^jth'bridge, AlJwrta. Tlie daughters are Mrs. .Jane Nel.son at Elsinore; airs. O. JlcOonald, Michigan and .... , i^'s. Win. Cftlhoun, inrbbinton. Mr. con>mun,ties and crime of all k.nos ,^ ^^^^^^^^ especiall.v crimes of violence, and have �he Methodist church and in politics Ijeen e-xceedingly rare. On the 1 ^.^^^^^ I i^,,,,.^^, .. . . . .. ,--------o ----....... About four year.'! other hand, the condition nam�d has '^^^ f^,.^^ attractcor says: , jtablets. PrDVontiics dissipate 'all W'm, Simmons, whose death we , colds quickly, and taken early, when ______ ___________.....______ a'chronicled in last weeks paper, can�0|yow first feel that a cold is coming gambling place in tho wholo valley'to Canada inl8.52,. In 185.^ he >vas , they chock and prevent them. Pin-with its-present population of ten married to Miss .Tnno Wilson, who , ventics arc thoroughly safe to chil-thousand souls. This happy condit- survives him, and in 18.14 thcycom.� iwl as clTeetunl for adults, �on is Owing priinari'ly to tho fact t� the township of Arran and took SoW and recoiimiondwl in ."i oMit and that wftcn the l^allcy was opencdfor up 200 acres of land on tho and 35 centbo-vcs by J. D. IliBlnbolham nettlemcnt atwiit six years ago, the ^concession near the Sauble river, aad ,te'Co, ;