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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 12, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta ABRIDGE HERALD SUBSCRIPTION: ;c 91.50 a year developing a year- ADVERTISING, Pet Month Per Inch GIVE A BIGGER GRANT. else in' the worM. Because ,wu to see it grow. Because we have been able to ar- range an that will show us ull the most important districts" of but it is a pity that the chaps m: undertook gol its little rnpfe from, i Toronto buvc'ul eie -Uik. Ua. but he not di.seour- 'S'MFSON BUCHANAN uc arc Publishers lne heatkjvmi tei s of t'he FE-RlMPyON IGUANAS londs in Canada. Llore "are -i-he pen weird- irivo for t alt: DJ; the trip: Ilr.Tausc' the Camuliaii is faster than uny place aged, but instead his vonfklem'i? in the town True, he was out to mako money for liimsolf. but invest mon-ts h too. made heiv The "Old in 'tin- Cranbrook j lieraKl, strikes' at a class in -thut i ,lown -Ihat may" here us and 'I t. would pay the Town Council to; grant i he lioard of Tra-de at least a Ue know there are the entire Because we want to see the won- derful new coiuvtry let ween Winni- peg a iul Hdmontcn by the Canadian Ncrthrrn Railway only last year. Because want lo sec the "Hive sonw of our will dispute- uf tlie huitdroil wheat uui contortion, but we Relieve that' if tlK'.v iooki.d at the matter 'in )u- innper liglu. ilvy would 'hoS-d up both JnuHls in favor of letter sup- for l he A Board of is in a position to iown. It is tlie bureau' uf information, where: poopU- who loiauons _for busi- 'its ami industrial .prprises make tlu-ir inquiries.. It is the boily that ii txpocic-d to en- visftois, the parties of Mien fn'uiienlly visit the rr.untry. Now, it takes money to pro vide literature ami maintain a who will keep people in- lormed about the town. A which in ten years will Ixj trans- porting more 'wheat' than any other railway in the world. Because we want to see the Valley ef the Saskatchewan (the Missippi's new rival) toward which tho eyes of t-he world are turned. Rrcause we want to see the land ALBERTA REALTY Co. s MONEY MAKERS y.-here tow-is aifJ citk's are springing iij) like mushrooms. 'i-t is Canada's land. a party of_ visitors expended. In- MivKlu'al. members of t-he Board of Tra-de ought not to 1 e to Because we want lo see the lloeky .Mountains at scarcely anywhere. ilecause we want to see Winnipeg, which has passed the mark, ami Calgary .Edmonton, which are rapklly becoming great cities. Because we want "to see Southern Albei-ta, new and rich in mines and quote his comment Lelow: j "We heard of a business nmn in! Cranbrook the other day who stxid' tlKxt he prefcnvd -to his printing in the east, as hecould save fifty i-euts to one dollar per MJOU- sand on his lett.r ami enve- lopes. For the s-txke cA' argument, we will grant that such is the case. We. know printers in. the east who ure working; for ?S to a week, ami yet the Herald pays from Si (5 to j tlw same work. But' the point that we would like to bring! out is that the men in the east who j do that printing for you will never i speird a tout wi-ili you or with any! oilier business man in Cranbrook, if he liviHl to lie a t ho usund years old, mid you continued to gut your print- I iny of him during, all that time, j On the coinrur.v, ihe editor of the! llerakl his entire force buy every! dollar's worth of stuiT that they use, off Cranbrook merchants. The Iler-j aM pays out in alone between j and a year, and the. money is spent right hciv in Cran-' brook. Jt goes lo -business men and hotel men. It helps to increase the Sd'ino good ihv'dliii erties in tho Norlh Prices ierms I3ost locations on st. t'orAvaivhousos. A good lot for business lo- prop- Smith i It Rests A splendid tract of irrigable OLie mile from- town, all broken and surveyed for 5 from acn, lots. C. R. DANIEL Manager. Southard Block Whether you buy today, or next week. we guarantee (o sava you money, But if you buy today i: t House. 15 x 30; Lot', x 12o and Brick-Warehouse, x )58 on Smith Street ____ Lot, on Ford Street just oi' Smith Street. ____ these expanses out-of their own for the distribution of infor- and'the entertainment- of vis- itors an for Leth- ludjje as a and .Leth-b-rklge onchr. to nut up thf moufy. Xo'v, if the Boa Tratte was "to succeed in inducing a beef .ng factory and flour mill to locate here. would it not mean money in the pockets cf all our citizens. The I'fvf packing factory would employ our local ctm'.ractors, bricklayers, rnrpe'ntors ond other classes" of or iii ting their buildings. That moiit'v in thf pockets of our peo- plr- The employ many hands, and those employees would neel honnis food, and clothing.' hat would money'in the pockets of our proplo factory would use boof bought from our farmers. That would "give money to ihe farm- id merchants. ranches and mo ti5. Localise we wheat laiKls and Mor- want to visit our brothers nn-.l cousins iwd old friends who went west years ago. Because the west wants us Hoards of Trade all over -are' sending us in- vitations. .Because, a bracing up on the prair- of the merchant. man who Andwhut 'does your: ies is tHjod for "effete -Easterners." The newspaper -men will be here about July 3, -and Lethbridge wants to prepare at once to give them a ro'val welcome. irs lo who, in turn, enc.ou'caged by the erowlh of their business, en- their premises, and ho re again all. clast-os woukl secure-employment. It uould l.e tl'C same thing xvith a .flour.-mill or with any' other iudu's- ;iy brought to The. Board; oi Trade woukl Le'easily a year if it brought one iiidus-.-try to iiie town a'year, or one concern of any that'would invest money here. the entertaimiKrn-t. of visitors, like the two or three hurid- ud member- ol the Canadian Press Association, who will Ic here this summer, is important. These men ran -do this town and country a heap of goo-d and they will feel more like dofng if 5hoy .t.rented, veil "-5n.il they tMt LeihlirKigc. By ontei taininsr thfm hospitably, and {-'luco, ir impressing upon them ihe admirable location of J eifc'M-fclge and the j Lethbridge vo.ilrh an i of this presage a menace to British connec- tion. We don't believe it. The Am- ericans who are coming into district promise to Lc aood loyal Canadians. As a matter of fact, a good many of them are former Ca- nadians or Britishers. They -that arc- native Yankees like our laws and in- stitutions, and are prepared to stick printing in 'the east has never .said; one word or performed one act for the. advanctMneu-i of. your business, or j for the prosperity of the. town. On] the other hand, the llera'd is doing somc-lhinir that kind week in' and! week out. It is looking out for the; chance to say 'something that will benefit you and the town. Now. tliere is just one'more-point, in this matter. The Herald is not an ob- ject of charity. It is not bringing up this ma'tier as a childish play, but as a mutter of justice. If this- oflice could not do your work in a' satisfactory nmnner, rt would noti ask for it on any grounds. But Herald has spent .thousands of dol- Inrs to ffivo .-to 'Citiiibrook' a first-' class printing plant, and with the matt-rial, it has secured the services IF YOU R Hasn't been cleaned in the last two ycttrs you are doing it aii injustice. You wouldn't let a machine run for'a wxt'k without oiling alone a year. A watch; is the highest type of machinery.' i to' us And have it attended to. guarantee a first class job. Prices Two Lots, on Crabb Street opijosiie E. 15'. IIill's House and Lot, on Gutbill Street Acre Lot and House, on AVestminster Koud___.......................... Lots, 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11, Corner Biuxlelt and Bompas; 13ost "Residential Site in Lots, (5, 7, S and -0, Ford Street Two Choice-business Lots, Centrally Located, Round This -price is for April only, will go up in May. ;Hovy about that Fire Insurance? Have decided to send in your application I A. t I BRIDGE: Notice, to Contractors. by Canada, the country in which t-hey arc making a living. T-h'is country ought to encourage Ameri- can immigration. From across the Hue we are getting the best class of settk-r. They come here with money and .begin at oncti -to boost the coun- try. can't huve too uuuiy of that sort of every S1SALKLV TENO'EHS, bulk and j i separate, will, be received by the! noon, Saturday, all trades, in ,.T. i.L-onncction with the erection aiid 'comp'ttio'n'of a solid stone Bank pi-jces are reasonable in building, to :bc erected in Pincher Xow, if this is all', for the Union .Bank of of the best pi-huers it could up to n so-that ihe work turnwl out woukl; April 2-ith, lOUti. for be fii-srs, (-lass in every respect. The creation of new towns like Ooaldalu and Warner much -to Lethhridgc. Tht'y will add -grist to our distributing houses, and inci- all of us. ]f the lioard of Trade is doing tht; town "any It ia worth a de- cent grant. Ii it is no-L helping the should -go out of existence. return to the cast j of a rich is no longer a coal only. It is the ccnt'fe and growing agricultural r.rrt In district. Kemember that. s'.nr.! in all probability turn, the at- Well, tin; bye-election is over U-ntion of hiindrods upon hundreds j cun all be nriendly again, to vh's'st-ciion of Southern Alberta.! We believe the Town "Council Keep boosting.' wou.d be warranted in gran-ting the Roard at'leaf-t a rear for! Just and true, and t'hisre :is .not irriin who will quc-stiou -a singl Oil'llLdU. The lowest or any tender "hot nec- iessanly 'a'ccepteil. stat; jaient is k -any more -t-ha-ii right All tenders must; be accompanied to expect that the printing '-that can; by an ncct-pted cheque cii a charter- be done in a. satisfactory manner bunk, to the value of 5 per -cent. shoukl 'be here in town. Evorvi Cf 'frieited should the contractor, tendering fail merchant expects the people to pat-; to enter upon a satisfactory con- lonixv, i-lie home business nmn, when called upon to do so, or he shoukl be consistent and do as he 'should he fail to ccmplvte his 'con- would have other people do by.himjtract iu n satisfactory nmnuer. That is commercial reciprocity, and square deal. The Herald is pleas- j rians and specifications ami all ed -to 'stu'te that ns a rifle the Crnn- brook merchant does as he preaches' manager -at .Lethbridge. in matters or this k-rad.. But now; l.-VWSOV and thc-n will be one who -does fitherwisc. On the' square, now, is it We may have the same, kind of men here, but we haye'nt struck them Cheques will be returned to the un- successful tenderers. fic information may he had from 0. U. Union Bank j r O'CARA, Architects, i Caluary, Alia, i OfliccR, -Norman Block. Phone. 461. r. -O. Box 073. a'word about ourselves. purpose wo have mentioned, an-d want to tell our rca-ders that the in a very short time the investment Herald fs forging ahead more rapid- ly, we will guarantee, than any pap- would he a hundredfold. EDITORIAL NOTES er less than six months of Our .subscriptions now number close to j a.'thousand, and new ones are com- j ing in every day. We are doing our Out siilers figure Lethbridge j.host to boost Lethbridge, an-d the ,s going to Ie a great city. Let us people seem-to appreciate our efforts. 'tog-et-her rust ami ihr-ires-i won't re wrong. Any man who can't afford 'o join the Hoard of Trade ought to move out oi Premier Whitney, of Ontario, is no chump. Hu is not -going to bend the knee to simulators and ftim-flam- innrs. hut, is going to have -the rich mines in one limit near the famous Pi-ftsidrnt' Conyljonre. of the f.T Traae. starls off u-rth a pol- indu.stries for the o should be a big industri- .'-.l and distributing centre. to favorites. Thn policy of the Con- servative premier is right. Let the people reap all 'the benefit of the lands that belong to them. Edmonton council gave S5.0GO to jits Board of Trade. Surely Lcth- SiisK-atchewan lo-j bn-fSgo, the third place in size and at Heginn, J'here will always importance m Alberta, can afford to be plenty' of nnul nt hnml to throw pive a quarter of that'amount.. .Trthur of Connaug'ht rode on an encrinc Rockies, ar.d engine has J-een oil puffwl Cobalt operated the Province. Ontario will lease the mining land and get big returns. That's better than giving the silver away Witb 'busy and boost I.ethbridge. i Let us develop as much confidence- in'.this ns outsiders who comvv In nml invost thoir imonoy .in real o.stato, possess. GOSSIP ON THE A drive-to the -eaJrt through ('onK'lale district Vculd lea revela- tir.n to a? lot of people. Nearly RV- i-.ry .section of land for seven or irtilos is settled one" being lo Sy cheerful and contented v'v's town, farmers. 'loser. it, a lot of ignorance We understand that there -is a probability that Fred Dowrwr a permanent resident of Lethhridge will be the Fred Downer is the type of citizen this place wants. He was in chuck full of enterprise and faKh in yef. If. are any, we' hope thev-'c nt r j- n i.r win Swaiiaw .the above strong Synopsis Oi-Canadian. Nofth-WesL ment and in future- Le as lova-l to the town and its people as t-hey ex-j v -HOMESTEAD REGULATIONS. pect other people to loyal to! them. What this town requires Ls a KY' CTCn a-cuoi o .Doming heap more loyalty to its local "interT; A in Mahtioha. Sisltatchewan and j ests. Alberta, csctfjuinj S raiy be by ?ny person who Is j so'.c head of s fdmllj, or an? imleover IS rcarn j or age, to the ext-nt of quarter st-ciion of i C. F. P. ConyLearc, who, by the way, we fully believe will make an 100 acres, more or En'rr roaj be ma3e prraor.a'l j at the loc fonhe drRtrictln which the lanrt -sltuaie.or If ttc homesteader detlrcn. he active president of the Board Trade, a-clvised us to change Watch Lethbridge Orow" j lo tfic bf lntcrior to "Get 'inisy arwl make Lethbridge Ottawa, ihe Commissioner or. Immigration grow." He was afraid some- people or rhc local agent receive authoritj- might recline in their arm clmirs and j endeavor to watch it grow, as they wouki build castles in the air. fore a fire-place. Mr. ConyUrare right. What we want is evervbodvj j years. Lethbridge lo link arms and boom] 2. if the faiher (or rr other, ir th the town for all they are worth, unity there -is strength. for him. is rc.qulred to perform :he j conditions connected therewith uncer or.e o! j js 1. At leant monlhs' residence upon and cuUIvitSon of the lanU in each" year for three Are the- acknowledged models of style, fit, tail- 4> oring and cloth. We f are sole agents for Leih- 4' bridge; and have Spring f v> Garments in stock In great variety. f NEW STYLES TN STETSON HATS W, G. Ja R. AXD Toohe Shirts '-.In the Latest Styles 'and Patterns farber Js In deecised) of ihe home upon a 'aim In the victnit? ol ?te land entered for the requiremcnis ;o residence may be satisfied ibjMich pcrton ichldln? with ihe-father or, Malcolm Young, .-the retiring head: moiher. J of the Hoard of Trade, is one ofj If residence upon firming lar.O owned br him In the vlclr.- ity of his hocicbiead. ihe reH'JJrcrtcnte as to i resilience may br reaJdcnce the best boosters this 'town possess- es. Tie is to the front in every move- ment to build up the Irrigation City, j ihe sal j land. He docs'frt carry a hammer, a innl-l monba" notice in wrltlnj; fihouhl let or an around to knock lheCommlsbj0ncr of '-Dominion Lamia ai 4_ t Ottawa oflntcntfon CO aprlj fjr patent, town, bnt sings the praises of the; W.-W'CORT town on every soccasion that Dcputj of the Minister of the icterlor.' As president of the Hoard of he was wide awake. He had his eyes OIKMI for cvorj'thmg thnt woidd and we have others. 1. TOWN OF LETHBRIDCE APn.TCATIOXS WANTED. THE BENTLEY COMPANY, LIMITED WHOLESALE AND RETAIL LETHBFaDGE ALBERTA bc received oi one bit. Tie isi thn imdfrsigtiyl up to P. m. that sort. Monday, the JGth April, 1906, thft position of constable, at a' on for! sal-! LOST. A dark tweed coat containing important letters and papers. Re- turn jo Angus ttoy. FOR SAI.F.. An incubator, us good new, egg capacity, ChftUiam make; will sell Box 377, I.cthhrulge. ary os month. Applicant Lo! x. Unto A' nnj-. j Hy Order, C. H. Sec.-Treaa. Dlhbrid NOTICE td. rROVlN'CK OF GREY IRON AND BRASS CASTINGS WANTED. drnvghts- east, nmonpst; n'wspnpor nwn. i the town, lie'invested hts money inimftn. Apply, with Thc> Cnnadran Assochxtion'; properly, and was one of the most pamphlet, ift announcing the excur-- aggressive originators of that great through .vihe summer.! the Steam Laximlry. T.flhhriftge is a coal was up against all wv do conl mining here, the Anything he proposed or stating: salary, to T Lethhridge. references ?nd 0. Box Read the Hvi-aJd 'for the news of Southern Alberta. Application has Ixron made by Jos-' fpli Pobbs, of Tabor, for an hotel: license in respri't of the premises sit-! "ate on lots 5 to 18, Tab- or. Alr.crta. A of the Hoard of License! Commissioners will l-.o held at Lcth-! en Tuescuiy. May Sth. at 3: n'clock p. to consider this appli-1 at this 4th day' of Aprl, 100G. 1 S. B. WOODS. IVpuiy Attornoy MACHINE SHC? WORK PROMPT- LY COlRRECTLY EXECUTED MINE AND SAWMILL WORK A SPECIALTY We want, a chance to figure on your CASTING AND matter large or .hotf. small SS SELLING AGENTS FOR Canada Foundry Co.. steam pump- durney Foundry Co., steam and hot water Canadian Co...Asbestos cement Ontano.Wind Engine and Pump Co wind- mills, etc., wood and steel water tanks all capacities. 9, a ;