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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 12, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta jETHBRIDGE herald S"41>S6N A BUCHANAN Publishers T tC, SIMPSON W. A. IHTHAXAS SUBSCRIPTION, i i Advauce  tl.50 a year lUarwlso  3.00 a year  mm - m i i mf in* mil i iii � nmm iiimmii.....ta know there arc i.iro�� of nut- riiiwis "lio iftll ilisimtn our rout .lit ioi\ liiil we lolivvc llvnt if itn'.v iooVid nl tlie unit-tor In fhc nfupi'i' litflit. i!n-v uoiiKI liokl tip lolli liomN in fti\nr of lett-i- support for tin* orjiiini/niion. A Hoard of Trivile is in n potirtion to lioovt it town. It i* t lie tveoff-ivlml linrcui of inlonniition, wlu-ro people wlm s.i'k loiniioiis for htiHi-�vtiililtsliiiii>rits nml itriliist rinl inti'rprivs make tli.-ir iiimiirii"*. It is tin- body Unit I- ivnsnnt) I'he pen \velM-ers irive for taking iho trip: Il-cttiisc t'hv ('uumliuii Northwost Is ] ilevelopinj- fnsti r ihtin tiny place else in the wort.I. Ueciui.se w.ulil lo svv it grow, lk'vniiftv \vo h�'0 lievn nMe to or-vangc an Itinerary 'tlmt will show us till the most import mil districts of thu entire \�rm. lU'cuisc ivi> wunt lo hi) the wonderful nvw country Ivtwuon Winnipeg mill l-'xlittoiiti n opt'ned by the Oiiiiiidi.ui North rn Itnilwny only lii"t your. ltec.iii.se at mint lo we the "line of the luiihlred whvnt stations," which in ten years will l.c transporting; more wheal than any o+lwr rnilwiiv in the world. lleeause we want to the Valley vt the Saskatchewan tthc Missippi's now rival) toward which tlK' e.vvs of the worKI are turned. TV eiuij** we wunt to m-u the land , where towns utiO cHot are springing up like mushrooms. Itrs-ans,' it in fnniula's land. 1 lloruuw we want to see thu Hocky Uoiitiiains ot Banff-scenery scarcely yiirpnssi.Al unywhere. lleeause we want to see Winnipeg, which has passed the 100,000 mark, niMl Calitnry nmt l-Jdinonton, which are raptdly becoming great cities. Ik'causc wo want to see Southern Albei'tn, new and rich in mines and ranches and wheat lairds and Mormons.  Ik-Oixiiso we want to visit our j Inothers nirl cousins and old friends who went west years ago. Ikciuse the west wants us-Hoards I of Trade all over are sending us In-i vitations. lleeause a bracing up on the prnir-; les is {pood -for "effete Bastcrners." j The ne�spa|�er men will be Ire-re alrout .July 3, and lA-thbridge wants I to prepare at once lo give them a uiKlertook gol Its little rnps from i ihe eyn-ics, but. lie was not diseour-' aged, but instead bis confidence in; the town luireast',1. True, he was out to make money frr himself, but the liivrslmettts he nmde heiv help, .I l^e'.lrlnrldgi?, loo. ALBERTA REALTY Co.'� " MONEY MAKERS the pockets if all Mir citizens. The i royal wel'coiiie li>*f packing fatlcry would employ I  mi local nn'ractors, bricklayvrs. I \\e notice despatches In some pap-iMi-p.'iit. rs and other classes of Mf ' ers that the Canadian and Kirglish � r in five inu Hi.ir Imildlirgs. That i farmers aroutrd 1U\I Ixvr fear is llloii.-v in the poekels of our |hh>- pl'' 'l'lii\ would employ many liands. unit tlieM- employivs would n i'd linn-..-, food iinil clothing. That uoiiM I of our pi ople. The f.utory would ii�e u^>f I iiu^.hi from  ur larnvers "!"!��t would give money lo the farm- that the influx of American settlers may presagv a menace to Hrltibh connection. We tlon't hcllevu it. The Am-i Orleans who arc coming into this money in the pocket.- | ;|i�trict piomiso to le oood loyal Canadians. As a matter of fact, a fcood many of them are former Ca ! (Indians or Urrtishcrs. They that are -r'.s,. us In in. ii new spajkii's, i ml in till |-io n'.ilily I ui n Ihe alien! ion ei liiin.li'eils upon iiundrcds *.i ih s "si i-i ion of Souihern Albvria We liel:e\e I lie Town Council wfiu.d le u-arraiiled in grinding the Poiint at least SI.'JOo a \i-ur for liv Canada, the country in which lhey are making a living. This country ought to encourage American immigration. Prom across the line we are getting tho best class of s�tiler They come here with money ami lioijiu at olice to boost the coun-ir.\. We can't htiw too many ol that sort of |s'ople. Tho creation of new towns like l.'ouldulc atnl Warner meaus much to I'reis ! lA'thbridge. They will add srist to 'our distributing lious.s, uud iuci-deiitally help all of us. Jf i lie hoard of Trade is doing the town any gouj, it is worth a decent cinnt. Ii it in not helping thu place, it should go out of existence. Lethbridge i� no longer a coal mining (own only. It is the centre uf a nth and growing agricultural district Itemeiulier that. Well, the li.ve-vlec-tion is over and .v.� ciiii all le 4ricndly again. The "Old Man," in the Crnnbrook UeraKI. strikes nl a class in -that town that may oxIkI here as w,�n and we tplote his couimeiit lelow: "We hoard of n business man in Crnnbrook the oUier day who said llrat he pii�f� rivd lo j;et his prfntiiig in the east, ns lie could save from fifty cents to one dollar per thou sand on his lett r heixls ami envelopes. For the rake t.t' nrtttimeiit. wo will grant that such is the case. We know printers In the east who aw working for ?S to $10 a week, and yet the Herald pays from Sill to $20 for tlie same work. Hut the point that we would like to bring out is that tire men in the east who do that printing for you will never s|ieir;t � cent with you or with any oilier busiires-s man in Crnnbrook, if he lived io le a thousand y.ors old. ; ami you continued to j:et your pruning of him during all that time. On the voirtrai'.i, the editor of the lierukl and his entire force buy every dollar's worth of stud that they use off Cranbrook merchants. The ller-akl pays out in wa.,es alone l�swvon $1,000 and So,1)00 a year, ami iho money Is s|vnt rig4�t here in Cranbrook. It goes to business men and hotel men. It helps to Increase the revenues of the merchant And what is more, the man who dm s your printing in the east has never said one word or iKi-formi-d one net for the advancement of your business, or for the prosperity of the town �bi tho other hand, the llera'd is doing something > that kind wivk iu mil week out. It is looking out for the chance to say something that will benefit you and the town Now. there is Just one more pout, in this matter. The Herald is not an object of charity. It is not bringing up this matter as a childish play, but as a matter of Justice If this office could not do your work In a satisfactory manner, rt wouWI not ask for it on any grounds Hut the Herald has spent thousands of dollars to give to I'lanbrook a first-class priming plant, and with the mat-rial, it has secured the svrvuow of the bo��. printers it couKI employ, so that the work turned out would lie first class in c ek wlhotit oiling it - let alone a year. A watch is the of machinery highest type Bring it to us and have it attended to. We guarantee n first class job. Prices liitht. Wm. C. Liphardt Succfxct i� A. Zilliat Jeweler  Optician Ke '|> boosting. All tenders must I e accompanied to expect that the printing that can by an accepted rheipie in a chnrter-be done in a sntisfuetory man .or �" '� 'be \abie of per cent. ihe purpi'M- have niein loiK'd. air Just a word about ourselvuy. tell our readers that to We| the in a verv short time the investment wolil I l.e i.!iirii.it a hundredfold EDITORIAL NOTES Outsiders figure that I.elhbridge is going to I e a great city. Iyt us j;el loL'elher and rustle, nird ilifires-i male won't le wrong. 11 want Herald is forging ahead more rapid ly, we will guarunte?, than any paper less than six months of ags. Our MibnTiptious now number close to u thousand, and new ones are com' ing in every day. We arc doing our best io boost LethbrKlgu, un-d the iwople- seem to appreciate our efforts. rremier Whitney, of Ontario, is no chump, lie is r.ot -going to bend the Unoo. to s|K.'CUlators and dim-flam-inoiK, but is going to havo ahe rich mines in one limit near tho famous Cobalt operated 4�y tho l'rovlncc. Ontario will leoso the mining land and got big rclurus. That's batter than giving tho silvor away to favorites. Thn policy of tho Conservative premier Is right. Let tho Crinee Arthur of Comiaught rodo j P1'0!'1" 'V�P �H �ho benolVt of the on an cu^ino through ihe llockies. j mn(lB ,,'"t �'*lnnR to them, and ihe engine has I eon nil pufT, Importance in Alliertu, can afford to frivn a retiring head of the Hoard of Trade, is one of tho best boosters this town possess-; ^".'""l*"? ow,,ed' b>' bi,n '" "�� v'cin-es. He is to tho front in every move ment to build up the Irrigation City tie does'rH carry a hammer, u nml lot or nn anvil around to knock the town, but sings tho praises of the town on every occasion that otters As president of Ihe Hoard of Trade, he was wide awake. He had his eyes o|K-n for everything tlmt would iiuibl up the town. The lact thut he is not now president of tho Hoard will not' lessen his nit -rust in the advancement of Lc-th;.ridge one bit. He is not that sort. Ity of liU humesteail, ibr remilreacutt a* to reticence may i,e k�ii.n 0 by rttUt-nce ut.on ib� Kail lainl. Sl� in moil' uutice In wining kliuuld Uo elvcn to Hie CoiiimltkluuL-r of Ujinlnluii LaoiU ai Ottawa of Intcuilun to aptly tn patent. W. W, COKY. Deputy of the Mlnlmer of the Interior. TOWN OF LETHBRIDCE AI'I'I.IC.VITONS WANTED. by on; for, sal- 1.0 ST. A dark t weud coat containing sonv important letters and papers. ne. turn to Angus Hoy. roit Sam-:. An incubator, as good as new, eti egg capacity, Chatham make; vail sell cheap.-llox 877, Lothhridge. Applicaiions will bo received the uiulerMo.ii. d up to tl p. in. Monday, the nuh April, 1�00, thn position of const aide, at a ..... tiry of SOU per month. Applicant to  tato qualifications A any. Hy Order, C. 11. IIOWMAN, Sec.-Troas. NOTICE I.KK'Olt MCKXSK I'HOYINi'K c)F WANTKP. Wa n ted-A rcl i i toe t u ra I droughts-man. Apply, with references end stating salary, to P. O. Box 317, Lethbrldge. Read tho fivnild for Southern Alberta. the news of OHMNANCK AljHIOHTA. Application hah been made by Jos-� ph |io!>bs, of Tabor, for an hotel lie-use in reaped of the premises situate on lots "t to lit, Hlock IK, Toib-. or, Al'-erta. | A meeting of the Hoard of License Commissioners will 1:0 hold at Loth-! InKlw J. bulk and separate, will i,o r.ceivtsl i,y the uiideisigned ii|. in noon, Saturday, April llt.'i, 10 a,, for all trades in connection w Hi the erection anil com;'..'I ion of n s did stone Hank building, to iefct.il in l'inchcr Creek. Alta., for the I nion Hank of Canada. The lowest i r any tender not necessarily nrcopti..! Winnipeg, or tie- lucat agral receive authority tor M>m? uoe w> ni .Un-n ry lor blm, Tbe bonu-Hii-auci is n .|iilreii 'o pci for* the cimill ons con- ecleil tlierewllb unacr oi.e of the f. Ilinringp! tm I. Atlrasi s x in..nits' rri.l-iire upon and culil��il ai of ihv- lan.j in each year for three yenri. S. If ihe fa'hirl "rnulber. If Ihe falbrr I* decerned) of ihe huiue lenler r- sides upon a faun In ihe �lciuii; of return-d to tho un-, successful tendereiH. Plans nn.l sp-i " Dominion Land, tu Minuebs. Si�'.i�icti'wan and Alberta. c*cung a mile p-ntona'ly at ihe loo' land ofitcr for ihe ilmtilrt In wlitch the Unit I* �liuaie.ur H itetiuiiivitleaiU-r iletlrcK. he mrj en 4|>|>Uca'tun l.> the Mlnlsier uf tlie Interli.r Are the acknowledged % models of style, fit, tail- l> oring and cloth. We | are sole agents for Leth- |-bridge, and have Spring ,,N Garments in stock great variety. in '*�> NEW STYLES IN STETSON - HATS w. c