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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 28, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta tlTHiniOat. .^��litA. MTURDAY. HOViMilW ItOt ' driAk^ loiM iletopfktid kiefi tip K�itt�d^�>f xeiUrtitent, The 6�.^aiu,4i(,'�om� tut they ery out in r�v' Md (UMi^cing pi^^ tjod ronton tlwin ' t6 tb�lt ndbMsl tbndition. Mm. Wm. t8vi, M�rkd�le, Ont., writwis /"I had for mvomI VMra b�en tronbled with I nerroaanoM, and, like many others, spent ; Ititsof tooiioy on medicine thftVdid mono good; I wM to bad that, the le.Mt noiao would mate? me jump and my heart U'ould :. thump 80 Ton oouldhoar it plainly and I i could not lie on my loft side at night. I y aiw a few testimonials of others and de-oidud to try Milburn's Heart and Norve PilU, and to my groat joy and aurjirisa thoy : oompletoly oared me aiid it only took avt boxes to do it: 1 haVo a neijfhiwr, Sirs, Rickott, and I induced her to try them and they oITucted a cure. I can vndorsu their use (or anyone aiHictcd oa I was." Raced C.P.Re Ex^ press For 70 Miles 1^ Price, m bents a box, .*) lioxes (or $1.25. at all (loalera or mailed direct on receipt ot price by l>e T. Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto, Ont. WILL AWAIT JUDGE'S REPORT Ottawa, Nov. 26.-Tlio Govern' nicnt will awnit the report of the finding of Mr. Justice Cnssels as io any abuses he may hnvi- to exist in connection with the Marine Department investigation before in-fltitutingr oriminnl proceedings against the guilty parties. Montreal, Nov. 27,-News o! one oi tho most remarkable racM in history Wftfi. brought to CP. Ri headquftriers lod�iy by Mr. W.- C. Jordan, of turns-dcu Mills, a thriving lumber coutre in the Temiskaraing district. It was between, the caatbound Imperial Limited, a moose and a cariboo. As Mr. Jordan was on hia way to the train on the Kippewa branch line in the early morning Thursday, he noticed a . trio ol sportsmen abroad in the dawn on the Quebec r,ide of the boundary, whore the sea-son for. big game is still open. Tliey were the Hon. James Whipple, chief pame warden of the Stnto, ond Mr. W. E. Johnston whose fame rivaU that of Pro.sident Roosevelt as one of the big game hunters of Ameri-co. Thry had been in the district about n' week. Tlieir rifles had b*wn bu�&'. and he heoi^ the "crack," "crack," of them ns he w�i3 whirled alonp in tlie branch line coach. When he got into the day coach on the main line at Mattawa, Mr, Jordan saw n moose and cariboo. ffigh-GhniMio^ PtDRl* who waar dUrttindt want toh�* that will b��r th� ciMMt tcru-tiny. Qama 4>hlch �ra frt* %frem flawt and fr*m whoM auHiie* 4vary ray of light it r�nwttd at lr�m a drop of wattr. Our chriatrtiM tteck of Diamond Jawairy is now In, Qtt our pricss. R. A. Wright The Jeweler nMesieSallM tSSUDt OF UHUCE UCEWCS GROWING GRAIN IN THE NORTH F. S. Lawrence Tells of Sac-cess in the ''Last Great Wesf both of goodly proportions and well fit�rted running along the triiok east- antlered, come bounding over from the" Kippewa woy as it thoroughly startled. Jhe American hunters had evidently inspired them with a terror they had never felt before, and they SI Picture Framing 1 I W. W. Handrord The photographer i Ml 1 CANADA Get our ii PRICES ii on Corrugated Iron Galvanized and Painted Metallic Siding Metallic Shingles before buying elsewhere We have just placed a carload of the well-known Metal Shingle and Siding Co.'s gootlB in stock OLIVER'S MUNUFUCTURING CQMPKNY Office and Factory Cor, ROUND ind BOMPIS STIKETS Telephone loii ^ Yard. Smith St Phone 195 I Actually Pays for Itself in Cold Cash \\ IN SAVING at loast 25 per cent, of the fuel bills IN REDUCING the time usually spent in the kitchen by one-quarter IN ELIMINATING the distasteful dmclgoiy necessaiy to keep the oonimon range in presentable condition ward speeding like the wuid to get ahead of "the express which aftor leaving Mattawa got up speed and was making easily forty^five miles an hour. Tlie passengers soon got thoroughly interested ini what looked ed like a terribly grim and serious conteiit of speed between the train locomotive, the moose and the cariboo. The engine was puffing away and rolling out. black clouds-of smoke. The moose would from time to time heave his' niiifesive head and neck, antlers spri^dd like palm branches and pointed i^nd the cariboo with apitlers hardly of lc�� dimensions, but shaped like a bow bent in the direction of the neck, and plentifully ispiked, was .swinging gracefully. When the station ^pf Deux Rivieres was reached it was thought the race would end, but no; even \yhen the atiimols might apparently have got ahead ao the train slowed up they seemed to think it was unsportsmanlike to sneak away. They plunged boldly into the two rivers and swam across both, gaining the opposite shore as the train was still on the bridge. On swept the train and on rushed the fleet-footed animals. It was just after 10.30 a.m. when the matchless contest began. For more than two hours it was kept up The cariboo was the first to give out, BSdsct, Rockcliffe, Mackay. Moor-lake, Bass Lake and Wylie had been passed. Rivers ond Creeks had been dauntlessly .swum-Gordon Creek Green Creek, and Abimica Creek-each time the racing animals came out refreshed. Until the very last the passengers seemed to enjoy the sport as they would a horse race and as something better than a box ing contest. It was near Chalk River when the moose too, dropped away sinking down exhausted in a red pine clumj). He had raced not far .short of seventy miles, and seemed to be thinking of a short cut over the country to Kippewa as his head turned westward. SANK tho  i: Place Your Orders for IDRAYING ....with.... NkS. Satisfaction Guaranteed i PHONE 289 I i: TIME FUEL If Canada Ranges were made like other ranges it would be ridiculous to claim ai one-fourth fuel saving. But they are not. Even the material is entirely different. Canada ranges are made of malleable iron and riveted together instead of being joined by bolts and seams fille AAAAAAAAA I Th Jestern Plumbing Jlnsmittiing S Heating Cn P.O. Box 41? Phone 266 CITY AND DISTRICT Lou Minklcr, son-in-law of A. H McKeown has been transferred from the Calgary Dominion Lands office to tho local office. Mr. and Mrs. Mink lor are liviiiR temporarily with Mr McKeown, Westminster Hoad. W. .'II. Do(W. the well taiown Cul gary architect, has opened an office in the Bryan block with Ernest E, C'nrnor, a mcmb�r of the Birmingham Architectural Association, the Instl tuto of Architects of Canada and specialist in fire proof construction ventilation, .Xanltation and heating will bo in charge. Mr. Dodd is architect of tho Calgary City hall and tho Uegina City Hall. Jn his report to the Trades luid Labor Congress of Canada, Organizer I'oltipiece mnde tho following rcf-erencf to Lethbridgo: Had a bumper meeting, bu))bling over with enthusiasm ami will result in better things for Labor. A strong feeling prevails hero in favor of independent political action. Kine lot of boys, willing to do the right thing, but like too many other towns, too prone to wolt for an out.sider to do the job for them-Instead of wading in and helping themselves. Ottawa, Nov, 26.-Mr: li'itKloHck 3. Lnwrencoi ^'�Jt.W.a-"> of Fort Vormll-ion, I*oaco niver distclct, and wall known in western circles aa a pionoor and explorer, is In tho city and spokn interestingly todjvj' about tho "last grout west." Mr. Lawrence has travclletl hu�idr reds of miles on tourii uf exploration into.the intorlur and has had ample opportunity to famillartzo hinisell with conditions both In Western Canada and in the Unlte-cned in the whole district before tho earliest frost and averaged No. 1 Northam. VEGETABLES AND FltUIT In addition to tho wheat, vegetables and fruit have been successfully raised for many years. Tender varieties of vegetables such as squash, pumpkins, cuctimbers and tomatoes have been repeatedly matured in tho open garden with tho ordinary methods of cultivation. All kinds ot small fruits, such as strawberries, raspberries and currants arc raised in abundance, and last year apples were reared ns far north as Lesser Slave Lake. A ntimber o! niiplo nnd plum trees of the hardier kinds are being experimcutetl with at the station at Fort Vermilion nnd give promise of doing well. In all probability the next four or five years will almost sovolutionize this district. Tho C.P.R., G.T.P. and Canadian Northern all have their eyes turned toward the. vast northern country, and thin enormous district, which includes ns much agricultural land as is settled west of Winniiieg, will be turned from a howling wilderness into one of tho richest and most progressive agricultural regions of tho Dominion. Owing tq tho present difllcultlos of transportation and a limited market, Mr, Lawrence, although having abso-luto faith in the future of this country, deemed it advisable not to pour settlers in until after the railroads wero operating. Slock raising has proved profitable and hor.ses winter out without fodder. While Cattle rectulrc from three to five years will almost revolutionize While cattle retiuire to be fed from three to five months of tho year there is an abundance of wijd hay to do it with. rrollta Bxccci $5*000,000 ieii^ yrar SirplM iCaih lu the Union B'aiikiivea tb ^ugll you art likely to need it again in t ittouth Or two. It will be safer itt thit 3ank than in your keeping, and will be earning Interest at highest current rate, compounded 4 times a year. A SIvIhS AcdHMl* however small, is a start towards wealth, and this is the time bf the year to begin one, when money is coining in freely. Our Mil AcCMtl la very convenieiit. It ia opened in the names of two members of family, cither of whom may depMitiSr withdraw money when in town. LETHBRIDQE BRANCH: J. R. Anderson, Mitnaier. .....* HOT TIMES AT CLARE8H0LM. Causei The Vote for Local Option Troubl*. There were hot times in Claresholm during the local option light. Yoster-j day morning tho local R.N.W.M.P. got a message to secure a certain man who was going south but who was wanted as a witness In the scrap cases! Tho police had no description ot the man so theis' got Ernest Plcot-wood, the A. R. tt I. messenger boy to go through the train and call out the man's name. Ho made himself known a>vd was taken charge of by tho officer. Over tho phono, however, ho raojuigetl to porsuade tho offlcors at Clarosholm that his evidence would bo of no use. A Clarcsholnr desoatch to the Calgary Albertan sixj's: Tho nftennnth of tho local option battle in Clai-osholm promises to be of vmusual public interest. The flght was a keenly contested, one and thoro Is n groat deal of bitterness being shown on both sides.  Out of tho 188 votes vole