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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 8, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta | H. L. Stephen* Matt Rotkendorf When you come to the Metropolis stay at the Palace ! Hotel* s � ^M i-nwii�m>"i I"*' 1 NEWS OF THIS REGION Taken From Southern Alberta Papers PEACE RIVER PREMIER TALKS :LOTS OK WII10AT 1LVISK.D IN KAIl DlSCt'SSKS ALBIOH'I A lit KST- north this ykail i Hudson Day Tolls of u Great Cuttle Grazing Region. IONS WITH A iiKi'oirncn. fc'peuKs Well of l.h� Industry of irte ' Mormon People. NAETON. $1.00 per day | Opposite CP. R. epot iStephens * Itockendorf Proprietors Calgary, Alberta | STILL SELLING Ice Cream Fresh Fruits and Choicest Candies. J. W. Kean &Co Opposite P. O. Tlionc i>S " (From the News.) The attendance, at the Nan ton school haw/ outgrown l lie two rooms on iho first Hour unci the trustees havo ordered furnHuro for another room, and when U arrives, which may lie today, arrangements will lie inado for a third teacher. Richard Deluhunty thivslicd crop hist week und from Mlncros of AII10ft 11 Red fall wheat lie secured l�l)0 bushels, bin measurement, an average of a llttkj over VA[ bushels! L'nfoi'tuna'tely there Is a very Attic, smut In this wheat, which will pro  vent' .t from grading No. I. but it 'h good wheat Just thc sunk?. TIiIh tleld was sowed in August and ih.* hoII was worked well, and then Mowing the ground well pncke.l with a heavy �t*vl roller. Thin goes to show that it pays to put in your crops right. The Okirtoks ConsorvntiVis nrj or-ranging a banquet for the 8th 'insi.. , in honor of M. S. McCarty, M.P.. of Calgary, and A..I. Robertson, M. I'.P.. of Nnnton. j Mr. Wnrrion of Itrnnt recently sold j n half Motion ofiland to a new .'.e'.- | tier ut Sift per aero. Ite re-taiK-d I his homestead. ' George Hess hiul TS acres of fiM wheat whirh averaged n Httl-- over 1 JM bushels, the total yield 1-eilVj; li,-'_'imi. This is not big, but at mu time last spring George was only expecting l."> bushels |v>r acre and was even doubtful of that. 'Tendon for Oats anil Potatoes" )y the ll.N.W.M p. They will furnish I'Vlmorton Bulletin: Titos. Knllv, 1 "Prominent rducfit'.oiiiwts in Alber-iiinntor of the Hudson's May t'u jta are already ollorlng suggestions its steamer Graham plying l*Hwax. Provision was also imitlo by a statute at the first meeting of our l-og-sluiuiY for tho founding of a Pro-uiidcnoiitinational university. I'his will be estnblished just asso..n as - hi! number of vtudeiHH in AHx�rta worm ills it. "A Provincial Normal School has trlot who will also attend school in been (Halted at Calgary, and a line the city, and Hev. A. S. Whit- mi I ;his niece, who left yesterday mi tli'ir �way to tin- Old Country for th.- winter. Dr. fter.-st, who went up to pen-v Diver with the Intention of going to Kort Graham for the winter to ac as surgeon for the Mounted Polli-.detachment, cutting trail, cam- is fur us lesser Slave Lake and >vill winter there. Ho could not gel up to Kort Crnhom as there were no building is being erected to Cost, with equipment, about .'l.'iO.OOO. This will lie reatly ,next full. Ol'KNING IP TDK COI'NTHV. "The const ruction of railways i�-proceeding a pace." he continued. "The branches of the CIVIL rnnniUjf east from Welaskiwin and Uiroinhe, and foe C.N'.lf. branches west and north from Kdiuonlon uiv open'.ng up u I i? area of fnv country, and preparing for'the rapid settlement of feel towards e to go >v- the Provinces." has hwn appointwl iuuomotive fore- pr ,hp nioun^alns with and no lo.i- "How do the peop! man at this point and has assumed 1 nn th(. ofh,,r which to get '� '. Hill?" his duties. apt he Finlny lllver. Superiirtcnd->. t The first m^.-ting-of the CranbrooK dnsinnti,,,, ttus also unable to \utomoHte Club was hold loM Sat- mrr,.n-l. ,.,.! u-ilt winter nt Ix>ss.-r aifect in 1be least the loyalty of Western Canada. The American set Tiers who come in are anxious to You can heat your farthest room By installing a combination hot water and hot air heater. By this meaas you secure a quick warmth when the fire is started, combined with ample ventilation, while the hot water radiators in more distant apartments end at outside walls assure a uniform heat throughout the house. BUCK'S "LEADER" Combination Heater Is adapted perfectly to the varying seasons of this country. The smallest fire can be perfectly maintained in the spring and fall months, giving the needed warmth by hot air, while in winter weather all the advantages of hot water heating art automatically secured. Besides, it burns less coal than any other heater, and that soon saves its whole cost. Write for our heater catalogue. It tells a lot of things about heat- ing that ire worth knowing. *c^.ft?U7r*r Tk� WM. MUCK STOVE CO.. Ll.ll.e Br�ail�r4 MaMraal WlMl|tag --------FOH gA|jK iJV,---- G. L. Vrooman Uthfcridgc, - Alberta * Glazing draining I W. M. BARBER. PnintiT nml Decorator Curriago Painting a specialty Kalsoniining 1'apcrliniiKiiig The branch of th� tin ion Hank was o|K'ti?d at Dlairmore Monday. Fr m-c.:i J. F. Wadding-ton, formerly of Calgary Is in charg... , ^ (nM ^ rrart,|pftok lo 'Ihe Alberta Fuel Company, with a Saturday evening at W'asa. ii.C. Governor Hanson ami a number of Cran-brookitcii, tho latter having made the run out to Wasa in tho two high "They tire rpiHe favorable to his pel coming in. and i don't think it will through ami will winter at Ijchs-t nlleei Slave Lake, going over the r.mge in tlie spring. There ar-> forty po.ico-mn working on the trail nml they have two humlred miles or the trail power Itamhlcrs, met in the owning 'm fron, Korl f5onf, ,,,,,.. Mr. Kolly reports that crops capital .slock of $100,000 in shares !of $100 each, has been organi�-"d in Spokunc for the purpose of handling 'coal irom the international and Al-'berta mines. Thu otllcers follow: Pivsld^nt, Andrew Laidlaw, Hpokmie : vico president. J. C. Kjllcr, Aliuira, _ Wash: general manager, y. ii. p. Mc-|Mii.n. Skokune. The company wdl 4^^^iSr&$^Q^�$W^� 'handle the product of the Coleman '.Miiu' at Colenmn. Allvrta, owned by ^ the li.tei-nalional Cuui At CoU> (.'>.. (i, in which many Spokane pvoplv are X !interested, and also the coal of tho ITOWN LOTS I X Iti-Hidftiliul Lots in Blocks �>j Albert a foal Company reivntly pur- !r,)urrh The following olllcers uvrc iluly elec-tcl: (Sraml patriarch-Nils Hanson. President, V. Hyde Maker; first vi?.-presld.-nt and chief me.l.ra! oillrer, Dr. .1. ii. Mng, M.P.P.; secoml vie,-president and assistant medical oi-ficer, Dr. F. W. (Iwn: chief Aiivr-lean agt'nt. J. F. Stioud; eli^f financial agent. .1. F. M. Pinkha:ii: . s-sistant financial asent. A. M. \n � drews; apothecary in chu-f. H. I". Ilenttie; chief booster and cnin er GeorRe Hoggarth, chaplain. .1 Hut chison. the Pence Itiver country were i-x-el-lent this year. About ten thousaid bushels of wheat were grown it Peace lllver Crossing and nnoth-r ten thousand nt Fort Wrmillion. Whoat is selling at th., cross ,^ nnd h,'cn vominK ln thi" voar ln'come iintiirali/.eooplc of AMierta at present, he said, was that of laying carefully the 'fotind.it- j Ion* for the future, lie was wjll sat i 'isfied with the class of settlers who' "C" and "F," Apply to H. MACBETH Kcnl Kstatu and Insurance. 'chased bv Messrs. I'luiii-nei'L and ' Goler and in which Spokane p^-oplo uiv also extensively interested. ') ho international company shipped !JS cars of coal to -the new selling coin-'puny at Spokane lust week. On Tuesday evening last Knox was filled to overflow^ with OVOry"respect. When Mr. friends and pnr-itdiloneni of Dev. and Mrs W. G. W. Fortune, who had ]MVn neon nn excellent one in Kelly le t the crossing on Oct. 2nd The} F.astern Britain TELEPHONE NO. 1 -FOR ALL KINDS 0F- Fresh and Salt Meats Fish, Poultry, Etc. PIOHE & MIRON CHURCH DIRECTORY. t A I HOMO ClICHCLL Sunday Services:- 1 , ,\ mills, 8 :ii> a in: high ai.i?*. 11 .no. \espurs. T.I'.O p in I'uMy Servic.li: - XIu~� i> 'M n in. Fnthcr Van Tijhem. f AltDSTON From tho Slur jple before tlh-ir departure for their new home in Red Deer. At tho close of the programme Dev. nnd Mrs Fortune wore presented w�.th , htind some onk cabinet of sterling silv r and an address. .ill RAYMOND. T. A LOT STINK's Clinton. (Anglican.) I: v. .1- S Chiv.rs, A.K.C., ll�ct jr. i:-v. Din id Jones, il. A., Ass'wla.u Mulins at 11 00 a. in. Sunday School nt .1.00 p. m. I.VellDOIig iii T !J0. Cell-brat urn of Holy Communion:- l�t Sunday in the iiinnth, 8 iii. � l'in.n>. and 11 n. in. (Choral.) Sunday nf'cr Matins. Othui 8un- da\s at H :io a.m. luoly Mm ins and I'.vensong at u in ami 7,'tO p. in. A couple of weeks ago Mr. Alid Mrs. White catuo west from Ontario the latter to take charge of ihe Mountain View School and the t .r-mer lor the ljunalU of his health his doctors ordering 4l western trip fur | 0 ,{ K (>f Winn that imrpos,. They were accompan -' ,uin al f|w ^ of\o| led by their two small children and h(J surcwfis Mf Korbof> Mrs. While's mother. Mr. Whiwfuil- | ,r ft|h| ^ ^ id to improve but gmdually g�.w|ln i^lU1)riuilu\ngH. The time chase I'tnh will 1� made to !t 8.er acre lor land lying Just north of iho Post OflVco. But thnt'k not telling you about the wheat. Bishop I-eavitt showed us a patch of tho famous Allwrta Rod, 7.1 acres, Just a couple of hundred yards vest o( tho post office and on the soutii side of tho road that will yield .'.0 sfxls mori; of CriAMlii;>! kain's col'uh rkmf.dy TH a \' of all othkr.s PfT togethku. side. The water has Ik>mi ivry low Rummer nnd navigation has Ion'1*-tromely dillU-ult nnd hazardous, ,-s-pecially on the ljnce. At Rapid Au llojer. LIO1 miles le.iw the Yermilfton chutes, wh.-r.i a linn-^tone dyke crosses the river, tho water Is wry shallow and tlie Graham just managed to get over the dyne. The water Is also low at the Atna-basca. Athabasca 1-ak,-. Oro.it Slave Lake and all tne way down the Muo-Keniie, ix-gislei .ng as much as sov-'m f.^t Im>Iow 'the fonnw low-water level. At Fort Chipewa\nn. tho Dig ' Hats nt the north ol the Athabasca | liver (which through have beeu marsh, tho home of myriads of wat.-r fowl, are now prairie and the gnvis is growing six lewl high. The*! lels are. thirty or forty miles long and fifteei. or twenty miles wide tn-'l make a piece of past uiv land sveond to none in the known world. Th-Hudson's Bay Co shipped down w tivn head of cattle to Chipewny.u this year and turned tliem out ii the long grass. When the coinpvi.v employees went out to find t\vu\ the cattle were sleek and fat and � > wild that they could not I e caught-Pursuing them on horse back they found impossible on account of the luxuriant tangle of wild grass, and so they turned out and had a r- gu -lar buffalo hunt, slux.'t ng the ivt-tle ir the open. Mr. Kelly predicts ;that ihe I'hippowayan flats will some day ! Grand Prairie rou i- had been rhh-lly from th Provinces of Canada, from ;imi from the Culled States. , Settlers from the Kastoiii Provin- | cits are always heartily welcomed,", he continued. "Thru? of the four j iremlx'rs of our cabinet aiv Ontario men, and ninny others occupy u prominent place in the i >u Province. , As for the emigrants from the :>!d there had rol,,,,r-v an-v elforts pot forth should be towards lecur.ng the agriciiltur.il class." Hon. Mr. Rutherford uas aski-,1 i concerning the Mormons in Southern Alliertu. and tho Galiciatir, and other foreigners in tin- north. He hod  heard the ro|>ortK of the Mormons hem? a menace to the moral welfare of the coniinui ity. but so fur os he uns aware this was unfounded He didn't know that pot.igumy was prac t ic�l among them, and they were certainly an industrious people. Regarding the Galirians, h.-thought lhey would in time Le thoroughly assimilated with the rest of the K.ngli-.'i spenkiig population, und the Public Schools would be an important 'actor in bringing this about. The Hotel Windsor H. E. MIEBACH, Proprietor Evory attention givon thc travelling public Feed Stable in connection Telephone \1 Lntidseekers' and [{anchor's HKidquarti*rs RATES, $1.00 PER DAV FOR THE BEST SERVICE IN LETHBRIDCE STOP AT THE GRKAT COMBINATION IN Mr.DlClNK. HAT. | HOTEL DALLAS -O- . ilry via l-esser Slave l^ike and Peat- Mr. TIior. George, a merchant al.Hlvor Crossing. A party of Doirin-Mt. Elgin. Ontario, says: "l t�a\s> ion surveyors are sulKlividiiig and had th� local agency for Cluinvtwr  laying out sect.on lines at Praido It'^'reek on the south side of I^es-ter Slave l^tke. which is described bushels to the acre. This field was said to havo been winter killed, and Ift'n's Cough Rcnvdy ever since pr;h)o rQC|{ WftU Sewing Circle Wodncsday afternoon ; ^n ,mUt nnd Bpl0BdM|y ftrrang0,. at a.OO .... ..The people of Leavitt-soem to be in Mi>sion�ry meetings 1st aim! 3rd . , ,, , " , a wry prosperoiiR wav and the fwrms iridays in month-__iiroUnd thfiro ft,moH ,Qok h|m hatt,o -~ � * * Aelds with innumerable soldier's .1. H- Ashdown. Winnipeg, will put t0nts scattered all over tho ground. hottlo returned. 1 can personally re- tier's claims prior to throwing rommeix! this modleine as i have -i-.-ed It mj'self and given it to  i\ children and always with t.\\ city will be huilt on the-Pence R.ver. CHAPPED HANDS. up a three storoy gury, warehouse nt Cal- II. S. Allen & Co. were the successful VW'lors in tho recent call fur "Deacon" W'hlto and Crist, of has i-ball lanv*. .veslerdny formed a pnrt- i ership and bought out tho business Wa�h your hands with warm water of the Club cigar storo on Main \dry with a towel and apply Chain-street and will continue the business horlnln's SnK-c just before going to wt this staiil indefniHely. They II ; bed. and u speedy cure Is certain fix tho place up in nice style, and This salvo is also invalnab.n for make Rtho popular resort of funs In sore nipples, itching piles and akin jlng class manufacturers 'n th? pn town-Edmonton Journal. diseases. For sale by all druggists, position. Gas n�.t Siiml Will |�ro:luro (Suod tiluss -o-- (Medicine l"l�l News.) I�isi week the city was visiUid ly a fiarty of railroad oltlclals. including Mr Hall, superintendent of motivo power; Mr. Price, su|>ei'.nten-dent of tninsiwrtntloj. aid Mr. Woodhouse. master mechanic Th.\v went into the natural gns oossibll.-  ilies very fully with Mr. Patterson. ' locomotive foreman, nnd their report to the directors is expected t,, carry a great deal of weight with reference to the exiensi\e do\elop  m.;nt of the gas. Although. outside of the eredi.iu ' of the new .station, apparently n ' great deal of work hns not been done at Medicine Hat this year ' v � the C P. IL. yet' the expenditure in ^uiprovetiients has �tieen 800. J00. mind froui .� certnin prnpert>- which heloims , . hill) and it was converted into irlass ivith no trouble. The experiment, of course w.is merely an initiatorv one. no blow pljie or anything of the Kind being used. A furna"o however, has now lieon prepare! In order'to carry th-> test further i n.l todnv more intricate exnorlm "iit-s .*re ,beina made with a view to Interest- WE ARE ADVERTISED BY OUR SATISFIED FRIENDS ; KOOTENAY \ MARBLE WORKS Shacklttton Simpson St Clot them right. Have them *' fittwl ns they Hhould bo. Have \ J not need to turn or twist the -1 Usher to run a letter pafier. and forty to one ho is tho most eage.-I (monogram) loft hip,--J. E. HOW , to so� tho paper. [ SOX, Medlclw n�t. *2.V00 REWARD. Lost- 11 iy hose, branded ;x�^ ;