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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 5, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta [BRIDGE HERALD S-'Ai-SON & BUCHANAN Publishers F E. SISirSON W. A. BUOIIANAX SOBSCRIPTtON: .Ad\aAicts - SLSO a year lUerwlse - �2.00 a year ADVERTISING. Pet Month - $1.00 Per Inch GETRID OF THE KNOCKERS. Tho Hornlii is in favor of a^Boost-er's cner, I{o.solvf�d, that wo shun all "Jsnock-ers" as we would a plague-ridden I city, : , : know much about lli'g'h Uiver, wo have decid.d it is a rottli:ig fio* I^et more trees be planted on Ixjth-brklge stroeUs and around Leth-bridgo lawns this year than ever before in our history'. I 'Bob" K(lward.=!, ! to say lhait ho: has nil tho 'tcMiperanro lecturers to a pawnbroker's finish. ; Bol>" utteroti tlic following comment last weok, which hits the nail on the i hcn^l: Talk alrout jour 99 aitgcls ro- j joicing over ono ropenktant sinner'/ It is not a iitarkcr to the satisfaction ; of llio gang \v1ion one of their niiin. ber, who has been showing signs of j breaking down from 'booze, chucks aj clean up your'l-^raco and cuts rt. out. Drunkenness j lis a physical, nc)t o moral, lapse. It! j is a question of stomach and ra'r\es. i - I Some people can g'ot a noble glmi- i The r. I'. R. is beginning to i-oal-j,,j , banquet or in ctOobration of i ize that Unhbridge is an imp.u'tant^ hockey nrutoh, nnd go to work tlw centre. 'I'>he decision to give us i, ,ext morning lione the worse. Oth-Ijetter pas.sciigvr service between hero p^s cannot. We are one of these, awl Oali?nry will plea.se our citizens., ^^,4 js why we cut it out. Itdidnt Wo hoiw it wont \yo long until �� pay. Sijlf-interqst made us quit, tho passenger trains to oikI from! If we thought Ceftbridge Iron lUWk$ Co., Ul Manufacturer* of GREY IRON AND BRASS CASTINGS I is tlie lime to and advantages that no other IVov- uhead place, after |>crus:ng Its local trimmed ince in this Dominion posscssies to- now.spapor every week. i "Ti..k" n day. The Alberta Government is investigating the cattle . business of the Province, and, as will be seen in another column, is preparing to provide legislation that will keep tho stock raiser oift of the grip of the c'on>biiu'S an'd enable hiih to secure This a 'decent price for his stock. Leth- y^rj, bridge can encourage the Govern |" ment in its pursuit of combine!) ly electing Mr. Simmons, who is a strong man, and will be able to join in tho battle with vigor. It is the duty of the electors of this district, who have their inter-es'ts, a.s waH as the interests of Ifio people of the Province �t heart, to vote for W. C. Simmons on April ]2ih. MACHINE SHOP WORK PROMPTLY & CORRECTLY EXECUTED MINE AND SAWMILL WORK A SPECIALTY ^ ^ Wo want ii chance to figure on your CASTING AND MACHINE WORK No nialter ]io\v largo or liow small SELLINO AGENTS FOR Canada Foundry Co.. steam pump^. Qumey Foundry Co., steam and hot water heating. Canadian Asbestos Co., Asbestos cement. Ontario "Wind Engine and Pump Co.. windmills, etc., wood and steel water tanlts, all capacities. An imlu.itry conltned to this triet, and which iironiises in a diis-few years to becomie o-nc of thp main-i-tays of our farmers, as well as of-lor employnieii't to humlretls of pco-l>le. is that o-f teL-t sugar. It is making the land more valuable every year, and is also providing us with cheap hugnr, as the comix'ti-tion it olTers forces the big combines to drop their jirieos. Jt IS haixliy noeessar.y to say that It IS m the interests of Lethbridge district, as well as the entire Province, that this industry shonKI be (:iv�'n every as.si.-jtaiice possible. A bonus IS iiecresury to protect this iiKlustry in its present .stage of development from the competition of tho coast ri'fini.riis. Sugar is sold here chonpei' by the B. C. {loople than in It. C itself, in oi'dor t'hat the Jliiyiiiond refinery may Ijo injured. Wo wnrtt to be !oyal to our own imlustries. and cspecitfUy one of the character of 'the liect sugar industry, which is liound to be a source of much revenue to our people, and a prodm-t of 'the larKi in this- vicinity for all time to come. Other proi'inces and slates have 'bonused the beiit sugar inrdu.slrj-, at>d why not .Alberta? Mr. Siimnons is an advocate of a, bonus for beet sitgar. So also are the other candidates. But Mr. Simmons will have tho car of tho Oov-'ernment, and will be able to impress u])on them tho imjiortiiiice of the in dustry ami the necssity for bonus more elTeclivel.y than, an Opposition member. T'hat Mr. Simmons will do this, with all the energy of' which ho is possessed, no one doubts. Then, we say, it. is the duty of the electors of this district to vote for i.'he J...iberal candidate, if they desire to encouraee this industry- EDITORIAL NOTES The citizens of Leavings want the name of that jilaco changed. We can httivlly blame them. Leavings sug-go-s-ts the food given to a tramp, and Leaving*. furnisKes the best of wheat -fit for a King. When you cast .-'o ir voio n week from today, remember tJus best interests of Li'thbridge. Vv. Simmons will have more influence with tho Oovcrnment than a man who is elected to oppose it. l^algary on the C. & K. will make this their terminus. the The Cranbrook Herald hits nail on tho head when it- says: With the giHilIe spring'tinie and tin? iNinana bi-eozos como the clieap John catalogues. And as ,\ou pcru^J them just stop a'nd think how much crtdi't the house would give you if you were in need of it I'or a month or two, lunv muoh they have done 'to apd-vance the value of your property in CraiArook, how much they ha\x' done to buii'd up your fire dopartnun't that has saved the town once or twice, how much they pay in taxes to your municipality, aiHl last, but not least, how much can .vou niako on your purchases when quoliity, express and satisfaction arc taken into iiKachunts and build up . your home town. If one of the parties had put in its platform a i^csolutijii (uV'�ring u !iiw which would provide for the hanging} or shooting of nen f 'i.ii.l gi'iHy of "knocking,' Ihoir candidate woiiUI have won in a walk. Smoking is prohibited during the sitting of committees of the Licgis-lature at Edmonton. We thought this was a country of freedom. Br. Osier's theory would 1 e all right if it was ajipliod to "knockers." The world would be a happier place without them. Tho l.il-ernl and Gonsei-vative plat forms dilTer so little that wo can't under.s-tand why the Conserva-tivcs had any need of putting up a candidate, when the other fellow stood on the same iilatform. SUPPORT MR. SIMMONS. Head what tho Macleod Gazette haa to say about the Lethbridgv elections. The (Jazc'tto is not usually inclined towards the Lilicrals. We have not th� slig'htif.st bit of use for the hide-bound pai-ti.san-the man who is blindcfl to the wrongs in hi.s own party ami the good in the party to which ho is opposed. What this countiy needs is men who will not stick to their party like a fl.v to honey-nu-n who will vote for the best interests of their Province. The narrow, bii?otiU partisan is a cur.se to the land. There is no earthly reason at the present tune for an opponent to be elected to tho l.'iberal Cloverwnent. It IS conducting the alTairs of the The souvenir numJicr of the Lethbridge News is out, and it reflects credit on' the enterprise of Mr. Hag-ell. This special is a splciKlid advertisement for this town a'nd district, i't is well illustrated, and shows iip the town to the best advantage. Li-thbrrdge has as much reason to have a Hour mill as M'odicinc Hat. It we only hustKnl a little more than we aixi doing, we would have one. It is only n few weeks since 'the mill at the Hat shipixd S4,700 worth of flour in ono consignment to Vancouver. The rapid growth of the wheat-raising .sections around here, warrants the construction of a mill hero before this year's crop is harvested. tbe Beittley eoittpany, �td* we could take half a dozen drinks a day and qtiit at that, we should call ' for a little Scotch and soda tomorrow. But it is insidious stuff, nnd the inan^ who 'has the alcoholic germ (aiHl knotis it) who deliberately starts drinking when he knows it will larnl him on the street, is a fool. There is coraparatively little boozing done in. I'Jie west compared with what thei� was a few years ago. You notice t'his changxj 'mostly on' the trains on I'hc north and sout>h brandies. In the old days almost every man had a bottle along. Now one seldom sees even o flask. This is on e.xccUont sign of the tiims. Here is' a good Ijcnten story. In a London restaurant a waiter was surprised at being asked by an Irishman for "divilltti whale." "It is iil-leto*! . shark that ,vo have, thin?", pursued the Irishman, on being ro-fusecl this dcllcac.v. Again ivceiving a reply in tho .neiffi'--'e, lo iii:".l once more. "Thin ye cti l>ii;ig mo some roasted porpoise," he said. The waiter showed signs of becoming restive, and Paddy sank bock in his 8thbridge and this dl.s-j . tnct, and because he supports u (Joveriiinent that is pursuing a policy that IS bound lu IniiUI up Al-Ijeila. Whv, we ask again, sluniUr the ]>oo-ple ol this (IJHtrict cling to parlyism on the present occa.sion'.' The election of a Conservative or Lailiorite �>vouUl look ns though this di.stricl was not 111 'favor of tho advanced Iirograminc announced by tho parly �uj power at I'jdnionton. Now, as a matter of fact, we believe tho great majority of tho electors of this dis-� tnct are in lavor ot that policy. The best and only vyay to encourage the (Tovernnient in its course is lo cast your political "allegiance aside . and vo-tc for 'the best interesis of the Province, and murk your ballot for W. l". Snnuions. �I'ho policy follow�l by the Iviboral Governmept at Kdmonton meets with the endorsfttion of many Con-.servativc newspapers. Why should the people of I.et.hhridge and district elect an opponent of this' Government.. Lethbridge endorsed the nuther-ford rjovernment last November, and not one thing has occurred since then to warrant that vote Ijoing No matter which candidate is elected, the workingmen arb guaranteed wdvancd legislation. Wilh a strike ar�l an election, U-'.hhridgo is looming large in the pivss of the Dominion. 'J'ho Hoard of Trade should make a strong demand on the Dominion Opvoinment for a new po�tofllce here. Wo can't e-xjiect to get one unless wo make it clear to the "powers that that it is an ob-.solute noce.ssitv. -o- 'I'he proposal to hold a cattle market here is important. Lethbridge j.s suiroundod by u great cattle-raisinif district. It is the most convenient s|�ot in the south country for cattlemen to come to to sell their Ntock. of Several ladies were aboirt advertisements. One remarked, "Say, 'does'nt So-aml So write clever ads?" "Indeed he does, and he sees that he changes them every week." There is a moral to be 'taken from this conversation l-y some ol our merchants, and that is "cbange your b'ds. regularly." Advertising pays> but you can't get the value out ot it unless you keep, the reading public in touch wi'th your 'business. Let them know what you have to olTer. When you have a bargain tell them abotrt it, and put the figures prominent. Fts the figures that catch llie eye. The ads.'are read, at least the Herald ads., for a merchant told me the day alter last week's ETerald was issued, that he had three calls lor cei'tain article that people had seen ad\'�rtised in the Herald. Once a'gttin, let mo say, "change your ads. regtilarly." Have a talk with our customers on a different topic ivwry week. Did it ever strike j'ou that thoi-e is much real good musical talent in this^town. We question whether many places can boast of as pleasing vocalists as Mrs. Reeves, Miss Burnett, and Messrs. Cunningham, Hnrrop, Kiiner and Hings. We heaid these ladies and gentlemen sing one evening last week, and their voices were fully as entertain; ing as some of the artists who travel from the Atlantic to tho Pacific, getting $50 and ?~5 a night-^n^ our opinion anyway. Music, from the critical standpoint, is not in our lino, but we know a pleasing voice, whe�� we hear it". GROCERY DEPARTMENT SPECIALS 100 cases Canned Peas, "Ciiampion of .England," 10c. per can or $2.00per case of 24 cans. 50 cases Gallon Apples, 30c. pur can or $1.75 per case of 6 cans y> Red Salmon, ''Uniiy Bnintl," 2 cans lor 25c. . B. & K. EoUed Oals,201b. bags fiOc. each. 401b. bac'8 1.15 each. Good Black Ceylon Tea, 25c." lb. or Slbs. for $1.00. Peerless Baking Powder, Kioz. tins 20c. each. Edwardsbnrg Syrup, 101b. tins, fiOo. each. Gallon Pickles, 75c. pall. Aylmer Jam in 51b. tins, 45c. each. English Mixed, pickle^in 16oz. bottles, 20c; each. Prunes, iJlbs. for 25c. Car of Potatoes to arrive in about a weeic. Geo. Houk tolls a good .'nlory about somebody from somewhere. Asl{ him about it? , Vegreville has a newspaper. W. Smith is the publisher. It is styloti I the Vegreville Observer. In Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, Clothing and Gent's Furnishings, we have the best values in tKz trade, and we Invite Inspection and comparison before making Easter purchases. Portland Cement, Barb Wire, Nails and Bluestone " ALBERTA REALTY Co.*** MONEY JiAKERS They had a Friday bargain night ot Wesle.v Church last week. Sotno agna were marked down very low. A Flerald reader hamied mo a clipping the other day, and it is too good to keep away 'i )M I'.fi es, (f our rcftrUers. Here it is: "Xot many months ago a girl .nnd man marrioil. They said often during their courtship thwt they longtHi for a si>ot where they could be absolutely alone, though 'the fam-always let them have the parlor and the front porch, and the neighbors never looked their way through fear of being hored. Out ttiis did not suit them. They wanted to bo waj' ofY by themselves, all tho world forgotten, and eo after they wore married, they moved to a farm the wiMs'of Montana. There they ere alotie (or si.x months/ and the Oman jvconlly went crazy,. and tho nwn's mind is (ailing. Tho Herald is not at liberty to publish the names, and only tells the incident ' (or the Some good dweiUing properties in the North Ward. Price� low, terms good. J BcBt locations on Smith at. for warehonsiBs. ' A'good lot for business lo-cati u-$1750. A sph n lid tract of irrigable laiid, one,mile from town, all broken and snn'eyed for 5 acre lots. 4 THE BENTLEY COMPANY, LIMITED WHOLESALE AND RETAIL LETHBRIDGE - - - . ALBERTA C.R.DANIEL ^T Manager. Offices-Southard Block Notice to Contractors. FOtt SALE ^j^j.jij^.day, and that is in favor of \V.' C. 'tffl]|i^v6immons, the Liberal candidate. |fsf|ilj:i3''hevl.;iberal (lovernmont is strottg-%,ffii!''l,vcnrtrenchc';l In this Province Up |ji''*,'lo the present jt has l>tH.>n pursumg ' ;,^a9polic,vVo(piogiTS�^a policy that (rill ilev�lop Albcrtci ami m�ka it twJSof; i h"�p -- j won!.! do Well to select Lethbridge f��t i�ccauHe there are other iH!oplo Vroin the ."^tandiioint of the inter-1 as one of the points where sales Will, 1" the in tho lin>e- iwople to the town, and mean the igli't as much as possible. If she is e.xpendllure o( a lot of money. Ev- not invited to all t*�o ,tcaB( jmrtJoB eiy ci'li/en should rustle (or a cattle and other social (unt-tions. she b�-nwrki't, , ' I conxis so ill thot a jrlp to the wiiil- / _ * lariuin is tho only euro. It is raruly vHIgh lUvor ouaht to l:� proud o sight. The Montana ;i.he clover Major HujjhC'Inrk, Al. i�. I"*''" '""st have teen hooticd for the SEALED 'i'ENrVERS, bulk ami separate, will bo received by the undersigned uj) to noon, Saturda.y, April .14th, 1906, !ov all trades in connection willi tho erection and completion of a solid s-tono Bank building, to be eroctid in Finchcr Crook, Alia., for the Union Bank ot Oanadn. 'Tho'lowest or any tei.'dcr not necessarily accepted. All teri'dors must be accompanied by an accepted cheque on a chartered hunk, to the value of ,5 per cent, of amount of,tender, to bo forfoited .should the coulrartor tendering fail to enter upon a . satLsfiivlovy contract, when called ii|)on to do so, or should ho fail lo complete liis contract ill a satisfactory manner. Cheiiuts will be roturnwi to the unsuccessful tenderers. rians nnd .specificatio'iis and alt information may l.'c had from O. IJ. MaCMickint', niannger. Union ilank at Lothbridgo. LAWBON'^ & O'GAHA, Architects, Calgary, Alta. OllJces, Norman Block. Phono. 461. r. O. Box 073. For Salo, a five-roomed cottage on two lots; cheap for cash; more lots if refjuired., 1\v'2'2 J. F. GLAYSHEU. Synopsis Of Canadian Nortii-West. LOST. A dark I wood coat contaihinf some important letters nnd papers. Re turn to Angus Hoy, FOH SALE. A Smilh-Premior Typewriter in~cx-colkdit condi'bioii. Ajiply Ii. I'abst, Li'lbbriilgc Hotel. - , Behind Time There's no, Exeuae For being Lnte ro� s.vLi:. An incubator, ns .food n.*! new, fSO egg capacity, Chatham make; will sell ciicap.-Box a77, Lotlrtiridgo. WAN r 101). AVnnted-Ai'cliiioctui'al draughtsman, .'\|)ply,; with i-efcrencos jind staling salary, to V. O. Uox ;l,57, Lethbridge. Clocks are not very expensive. Not here at least. All stylos of clocks are shown hero. Soe the weather oak case clocks. They are tho h;test, Wliat's new we have and what we have is new. W. J. Armstrong JE-WELER ENGRAVER OPTICIAN. HOMESTEAD REQIILATIONS. AMT even niimberert Bcctlon o womlnlbni Laudi In Maitlloba, Saskalchrwan anit Alberta, excepting 8 ani 20, nut re^ciTcO,. mtf be homceteaded by any person who la ilie �o!e bead of  famllr, or any mile over IS yearw of tge, to tbe extent of oue quartet secikin uf 100 acre*, more or Icaa. antry ma; be made pcraona'ly at the' fecali land once for Ibe diatrlct In which tbe lanrt i�' UuaW.or If tbebomesteader deolres, he may on application to tbe Mliitttter of the Inierlur,. Ottawa, tbe Commlaaloner of ImmlKraticu;. Winnipefi or the local axent receive authority foraome one to make entry for htm. Tbe bomcateader ta required to (icrrorm the condlttona eonr.ected Ibcrewltb under or.e of the toUowlPJt plana.: 1. Atleaat n\x months' residence upon and-euUtvatlon of the land In eacb year for three ye*'*' 8. lttbefattaer(ornrotb deceaaed) of tbe borne leader rn a farm In the vicinity of tbe land entered for th m�nba' notice In wrlllnK ahould be Klven ' to tke Oommiaaioner of Dominion Landa at Ottawa ot Intention to api'ly fur patent. W.tf.Cl^EV. Deputy of tbe �tnl�ler of the Interior.' TOWN OF LETHBRIDGE API'LICAITOKS WANTKH. hy- oil for sal- .^Applications will bo received th� imdPfsigncd up to (J p, in. Monday, the l�th April; 1000, the position of cons table, at a pry of ?flO |)or month. Applicani to titate nua'iflcaMons; A' an,y. By Order, > O, 41.3OWMAX, . S�c.-Treo�* ; ;