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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 11, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta M Clary ALL Kootenay Steel Range wearing parts are made extra heavy Kootenay Range Montreal BROD1E STAFFORD SOLE AGENTS OLIVER TALKS Matter rife bUerfer Gives His Views N minister remain in Ottawafor a short time butwill pny u visit to the vust befoiv jmrliiuueiii Frui k 61j duAng his visit ID land and Ireland gave cuivftil si inly I Ol CC I New Council for AlbWtii to be stalled ut Ixvn completed the ostlil to the immigration and j Olu of Knights at whose attention since his return hi the the Roicl flrHnpn GOOD ACCOMMOOAHON FOR THE TRAVELING PUBLIC KXCELLEKT CU1S1VE BATHS HOT AND COLD WATER RATES A DAY II LETHBRIDGE ALBERTA ROYAL HOTEL Irvine Proprietors Rates and per Day ictod by Maiphirstm ami Gallilicr to the Hindu problem of llritish has formed very clour cut views as to what should be the future policy of the federal im migration IK you thfv nny for lessening our efforts to induce immigration from Great Britain Oliver was 1 do vas the re In my witli the lut look as favorable as at present it woukl be more desirable to enlarge rather than curtail our If 1 might use the expression things tuv coining our way and the prop er policy is to keep them What impressed me on the other side the place which Canada occupies io the HHitish The sentiment thore is one of grout partiality for this and among intending emigrants Canada has the preference every This sentiment not only attracts people to our but helps us Did you find in Ilritain much of that with respect to Can ada of which we hear ocasionally I not discover that luck ol interest or lack of knowledge whie sonic nf our peoplit sotMii to encoim tcr xvhen they go to Thi general interest and ceneral know ledge which prevailed were a matter of surprise to There seems o be no doubt that we are goincr to attract to this country a larger num ber than ever of a selected I mean by have been a force in the making of Britain and who will pay their oart in tho building upof Those who have been of no account in Brit ain are hardly likely to of any first council installed in lhe now and it promises to be an exceptionally strong The order is one of the most influential in America and councils haw beon for mel in almost every City of sonic i On the occasion of the usttillat ion of the new council largs doov tat ions of brother Knights arc ex pected to Hock in Jroui all over torn Canada and tlw Korth Western order thatarrangements may e nuule for their presence at the initiation ceremoniesallKnights of Columbus residing in Alberta and Saskatchewan are ro quested to send in their names and addresses to the temporary secretary of tho new Dubiic care of Dubuc a im lmgli the Sines to Now The positive is indite in New Soo line will build to Smt Former Congressman Jclforson uu acknowledged Cumulian tiuthorily said to a group of newspapermen You an state delinilely that the Canadian Itxcific management intends to t end the Soo road to This is to Hills GKKAT WflKAT One Hundred ami Fifiy of Grain Sowu May Heaped on July who has been the Ciriuid Jruidu some 150 miles north of Kdmonton since last is buck In The Grand country is a boiit i0 miles square hi said he to a and to doiii fHYSICJAN AND SURGEON LETHBBIDGE JJirbcr to uoou io LU Office 1M1 auti SIMMONS OFFKlv SOUTHARD liLOCK Money to Lend on Town and Farm Property and bearsout Sir William Van floraes recent statement in York to the effect that for every mile of railroad Hill builds in Cuu the Canadian Pacific would its productivity is only necessary to instance the fact wheat which was in May j was reaped on uly 123 and is ex e no The really cold weather ts in shortly Christmas nnd What imi Store build two in Next spring the United through the States A TRIP TO THB Werts recently paid a visit to the Kootenay Lakes ami had a tfrurKi The Herald asked him to tell the outing and he consented to do S and has furnished us with the following ac count I I bridge on at with a pleasant through th e great wheat telt of Southern Alberta to Cardston ve nwt by Smith o Boundary After partaking of a good repast at the Cahoon we started on our trip toward the Stopping over at Mr Smiths thnt night and the next Jay getting our outfit We had lii fo time to spare in hunting for tho lucks and man to bag 24 during the ment botvcon tlie Soo the Can adian Pacific and Spokane and In ternationali shortest route to Spokane by at least sixty miles and by several hours is An extension of this line to the coast would give Minneapolis a ifth transcontinental and a route to This is undoubtedly the lan of the Canadian Pacific dinit although the extension of of the North Dakota lines Iwtween tho Great Northern and Internation al border has been suggested as a me route with a rich and undevel oped territory frnm which to build up COMMENT o lation Was aroused in Min ncapolis among the holders of Soo as to what the real plan o the Soos transcontinental will the Canadian Pacifi would likt to have the Soo line A to said a closely interested capitalist today I dSnt know of any line thai is i better condition to build the trait cortinental than1 How account in this and are Caving early next morninwe soon We have an 5m saw pig chief Mountain very clearlv FKEE BUS MEETS ALL TRAINS SAMPLE ROOMS IN CONNECTION COOL ANI REFRESH1NG Rnwits Lemon Rowats Lime Juice Rowats Raspberry Caieys Fruit Lorimers Lemonade All Good and Wholesome CO J TELEPHONE 21 WAREHOUSE TRANSFER Kailroiid Dray ing and General Coal Delivered BAND AND STONE FOR SALE AGENTS FOR Machinery Webber I and Adams Wagons Canada Carriage iynopsis Of Canadian NorthWest HOMESTEAD I SY t rcn numbered section o Dominion In Saskatchewan anJ excepting g an1 not by any person who the oe besd of a or any male over IS rears of to the extentof one quarter section of W more or muai In maOe personally at the loca ano oa ce for the district In which the land The homesteader rerjulreil to perform the conditions concectei therewith miller one of RODGERS Phone AUeast HX months residence apd cultlvauanuf ihclinrt in each year for three IT the If the father ts deceased or the homc icrtcr upon a farm In the vlclnltr or he land entered for the rcqulrcueotB la io residence may be hysuch pcrboii resLllnc with the or If tUfcuter has his residence upon rarmlng lautt owned by him In the vicin ity or his hc an to residence may be by residence upon the said notice In wrltlnjj rhnuld be ijlven to the CommUslonor of Dominion at Ottawa cMntcntlon to apply for Dcpuiyof the MlnUtcrof the mense ares of fertile which at is unproductive for lack of wople the energy and skill to bring it under The nitik ng of our waste lands productive neanb an addition to the wealth oi the is in interest of all our In bringing thih desirable result we arc justified in the taxes of the but it would not be projier to e vote portion of that cxpenuit tire towards inducing skilled labor to competition with our own mechanics and so restrict their own field of It would be just as improper to permit the entrance of the undesirable likely io beconuj in any way a charge upon the or who pro jiKiicially affect incut a1 or moral Our unurigral ion policy is directed to the encour agement of ait agricultural class who vill aid in the development the country and become In dustrious What about immigration from Europe The French are a stay at home and 1 do not look for any gixHvt immigration movement from We have had some splondiU emigrants from that where the agriculturists are of the most desirable we hope to get more of Belgium is a dersely country and before long must find an outlet for its surplus i Canada is looked upon a desirable country to emigrate The Canadian exhibit ai UK JLiege exposition strengthened this The Belgian government does not encourage iior on the other hand does it restrict it We ought to with success Cn very tis travelled it though we would be at the although then some fifteen niles nway Chief and our rig we wended our across the iiiackfoot reserve and entered the mountains at the mouth of Swift Current just where it emp ties the Marys itig by thebeautiful Marys lakes where the govoriihient arc it getting tilings in shape fur thu large Irrigation Canal about HP p n L n PHYSICIAN AKD SURGEON in the prospective settler inoix ian anything else Hrhups is Migth of the tiny up there during We have durkiuws bout throe hours during thai sea A great drawback to its luck of but hefederal authorities have pfmnis d thut this will soon be Tlio luxuranu of the grasses is imply J saw pea vine Ihich would iiieet over u horses Very few of tho settlers put ip any cattle and horses roam ng at svill the entire 1 saw one settler who had hay in a stack or ho filling it unneces sary to feed The prairie wolf 125 PHONE Houee 94 Mewburn Galbraith Phyticiani Accouchcrs i 78 to iiiJ Telephones 41 and MEWIJUBS GALBRAITH M D considerable depredations up there government is offering for the pelt of the female and for that of the Other Air bearing animals are found in great numbers further trappers re turning with as many as 500 pelts to a man and when it is considered that they receive upwards for the profits of the business are Fish are very plentiful in the lakes which abound in the But what most of all was the richness of tho garden DeYcber Campbell ritysiciuns and OfficesOtt Phone JACKSON DENTIST G raduate North western University Dental which so much hasbeen we kept up the Swift Current where the oil wells are located and made an the principal die well here which at a depth of InOfcct they ell but of only a smail but arc driving on As the shades of night were creep ing on and we had some miles yet to go vc our which was away the side of the I dont think the wi H made to spite the Great Nortl but because the line promises t makea The no you 5s the only transcontinent does not have to climb mountains or cross the desert to yet to tho It uses the Canadian Pacific If new line didnot promise to pay it would con structed at The decision by the Soo line to have its own rails from Minneapolis to the thus adding another Twin City Pacific Const is ex pected to create dismay in the It is saidby railroad nun Marly frosts are unheard of and veg etables ripen in One of the settlers told me that it is a com monoccurrence to grow in the while Indian com and maize thrive In conversation with provincial sec retary Harris of the Alberta 1 leanred from him that he is enciuiries about this says that literature descriptive of the region will le dis which may result in bring ing settlers from the south in Stewart SURGEON DENTISTS new V to 12 1 to 5 J ALLEN Architect and Superintendent RAYMOND AN already the Soo line has given the Sent to Dealers Explaining Condit Great Northern a deadly blow in j bisecting all of the feeders which the Hill road had stretcheil northward in North Dakota like a lot of ter tacies to scoop in wheat and other roIucts for a lorg haul over its linos to the eastern The Soo came along and shoved acres the country a line between the Northern ami Canadian Tacific clear from Thief River Falls to mountain and on one side there With the line planned to Tu ered the peaks while on the nnd ah extension farther west other away down hundreds of feet the beautiful mountain stream was rushing At about 7 we arrived at our destination at the deserted mining town of Mon Years ago this was a thriv ing mining the town having had postoffice and many oal oons with about 25 log dwelling but the times read that the and them people xvent many of unable to dispose of their belongings A VlLLAtJK To I5e Fornwl by ITomLsteadcrs Near Stirling Brookside October To the Let hbridgc Herald Dear has leen rerterated in the I ferald nguin and againv boom ion of Coal Moosu Coal dealers here handling ihe of tiw Cos mine nt have received the following As you are aware tho Com panys without giving 21 hours notice of their intention so to went out on strike in ifiirch Utst and mury of tho okl eniloyees are still on Belgium and Holland TRY AN Elearic Massage Or Shampoo AT THE Hotel UtHkridge Barber Shop Most Uptodate in town PRIEST PROPRlETOn SMOKE Lethbridge Belle Havana Smoker HAMUUIAN MASUFACTCIEB SAVE MONEY NOW I can sell you lots now n Tabor for that be selling at S200 in a months Good Fannin Land for sale RUSSELL Real Eutatc Agent Alta ANDII AKES B EST READ UNS City Bakery the skies of the mountains to see if vve any wandering i mountain to none were iir while In Germany we are not allowed UM along came a man arry on an emigration n t an old goat and kid strapped in the laws nre In the latter empiretlvsiv s a gootl ocftl of unrest ami the cople are sooking homes elsewhere sonio considerable They from ihe North Sev of Haterdam and Ant The lines sailing from lorts are formed into a whereby each pets a certain per centage of their third class ger traffic whether it actually ar ries the passengers or The in terest of these companies lies in ilT Ksft them in cabin homes am j Lethbrid8cv we can some of them are today fairly I vcry wel1 that onl in kiml of After a spkndidrest thatGubsidcry in the casc J havc nJght we were up we can boom that part of Alberta situated in the Federal Parliamentary division of Alberta McVittie Dominion Land Surveyor Will devote his entire time during the summer to laying nut IMHT Contract pi on at the Coaldale r i Lodge Meets In Oddfellows Hall every Frldi evening at Visiting brelbien lie always sec I also the provincial tlivision of man on his As was poor fishing in which we very every day as many of us could Ap Each day was a of the hunting jirrJ I feel i confident if the acci dent which happened to myself had I should have been to have given a taste of bear able to our We were all when our stay Jvvd to tcrnrinatc ami commenced our return journey hut would recommend that part of tho moua for those seeking a ivpose from emigration the Argentine where Ger mans arc settled in large j r rney carry third class passengers at a rate much lower than that to TITT Under the circumstances TO movement of from Austro e in this to join a village We can do this by this item of I have several tetters informing me that about the middle oF April orthe beginning of May next all being twenty homesteaders more or less will ar Their desire ss colony on the terms allowed by the laws on the best available site in Southern This is the pro position in If this piece of news is worthy of your 1 would be glad if your exchanges would and shoukl these lines meet the eye of any who have not exhausted their homestead rights nm would like to join this This IxAngthe ami as oitlors for coal are now Ijcmg sent in rap the Company has decided to call the attention of all local repre sentatives to the that though the mine is not shut down the put is greatly and does appear to be immed iate prospect of its being increased sufficiently in the future to able the Company to fill many j it is is promptly as it would like to Under these circumstances the Company fuels that it is due to its representatives at local points that they should be fully of the facts of the case so that local repre sentatives may make any arrange ments that they deem trdvisable order to secure sufficient supply of coal for their As soon as the great demand for harvest labor is the Company expects that there will many lab orers anxious for a full winters anI if such is the output front the mine will mater increased and the Company will then be cnableI to fill As it is possible that the output from the mine will he small during1 the winter notice is gixen so that local reprvsentaiixes may lect the public by taking uch act ion as they deem necessary in order to obtain sufficient coal to WILLOW BRANCH REBEKAH 2 MretB In rurtfcllowH Hall c ery necoml and fourth Annie Davies George Rogers LUMBER The Old Reliable Yanl North of Freight Shed Widest Idee Highest Grades Lowest Prices Hungary is quite of our The Scandinavia come hy the way of Liverpool and T think we shall continue to provide a good many these homes for hardy VtTiat have you to say as to the future To my mind the question wheth er wo should continue to spend mon ey in courtries where the prevailing conditions are entirely adverse to emigration to not tho British where the field is en tirely open to us and public sent i ment is in our present most tempting prospects Should we Strike Off and in wants N Managing Union director and 31 director of the Hillcrftst Von ami Coke were y hy district presidont Slwnnaii anil a t vu mitteeof the lockedout of After lasting several i c t nnd Avas operations will be resumed on wjli be straight unfon in The to instal xul todatc plant vn1 and help prepare for the coming i have written some instructions to my correspomlenls and more follow as thft proposition makes pro one Hem of which is to intor e est old country capitalists to lew a hand in their business inter ests to help on the T hope no blanket will bo vilher ly old timers young invi ers to relanl thh progress awl do of this proposed Tradesmen may notice nrri inwartUy digest the nwxtler for if I proper number ran be up that is de it would le well for thwi to TAKDSAT SHRUNC It Will Pay Von To See Our Stock Before TO KSTABUSir A Clarcsholm Archibald Cameron of Winni peg was in town over com by the Ogitvie Klcvntor to buy grain nnd to recommend a location for a large It is the intention of ro a mill site in a central Io and to construct a number oj not redouble our efforts rath nre going or than spent tinw and money seek1 erfnl up ing to overcome unfavorabfc tTw to produo ions in some other countries The have a for the have and also throughout the reports that the Ogslvic had been in favvr of north country but inat his recommendation xvould for the the popular was married on Tues at Tlay to Miss Mary and Clark wiit ne at home at High Ttiver after district south of Lethbridxe Branch of The Pembroke Coasenratory of Mvaic GEORGE Director PUPILS RECEIVED DAILY EVERY BRANCH TAUGHT The most advanced and progres sive methods arc employed in each Students prepared fo our own nnd University Mando Ph3sicil CuUnre LECTURE Collegiate yenr from Septemtar Jstto June Studios over Tnffs Haw Terms I dishing was elected will w n a of tho of Missions for Mayor of nt the General Oonferenco of ChurcSx the ;