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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 12, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta iiETHBRIDGB HERALD but it is a pity that the chnps in i Toronto luivc'iit realized, cro Wiis. t^'MFSON & BUCHANAN �e are ts]!cciUIIy dIstiiigiiisSwd Publishers ;'*>'" hc-ini^ Hie hontWumrtors of the \V. BUCUXSANIiiiiirntioii lamls in Ctimuto. j Hora are ilie reasons vhe pen wt;iW- ----;- ,,vs (or taking iIks trip: SOBSCBIPTtON;  i "'^I'auso't-hv C'ai>H(liiiti XorUnvest is I � Advaace - tLSO a year; iJcveltvpinjj faslir ihun uny plftcc t e, simpson 'I lierwise 2.00 a year ADVERTISINQ. Pet Month - Sf.OO Per Inch GIVE A BIGGER GRANT. It \V(jiil(l pny the 'I'own Council to; {^rant the Hoard oi" Tnvde nl least i Sl.aOii n year. We know there nre � siMW of our (�iliz':'!is who will dispute] Ihnt if they looked at the matter in ihc nropcr lig-hl. Ih.\v woidd hold up both haivrls in favor of 1 elt'-r sup-|iorl for the or.nnni/nt ion. � .\ Hoard of Trnv-le i.� in a po.si-tioli to boost e. town. It is the rocoff-11-izo.i Iniroau of inloriiintion, where, |)eoiiii' who s.-i'k loi at ions for hti.si-I - ii.^ss cstahli.sluucnt.'; and iiKin.strial ; enterpriso.s nvakc thrir inquiries. It i.s the body Hiat i.s expeclfd to entertain visi'tors, like t'he parties of pres.'! men who '"r'-iinenlly visit the r-uintry. J�ow, it takes money to provide literature ntwl maintain a .�-ec.ivt.iry, who will krep jwople in-lorniod about the town. A innquot rannot lie R'i\cn a party of_ visitors Miilps.^ some money is e.xpended. In-(llvklual members of the Board of �| ra'do ought not to Ic expected to jiav these expanses out, of their own ! uocket�. for (he distriihution of infor-nratinn and the entertainment of visitors is an advertisement for Letli-bridge Hs a town, anul resources of this tnct, the.y will return lo the east .'\n.l i�tvor! ise us in liivMr newspa|K'rs, and in all prolahility turn the attention of hunilreds iiiion Inindreds to ths "section of Southern .Vltjcrta. We believe tlu; Town Council w'oti.d be wnrruntctl in gi-airling the Roard at lea.'ft 1,200 a year for (he purpo.^'c w-n have mentioned, and in a very short time the inve.stmont woulil be leturnod a hundredfold. else in the workl. JJecau.se w\! w,anl lo .s-ce it grow. llecau.se wu ha'.e been able to arrange an itinerary thwt will show us all the most imporlaut districts of the entire vKst. llcc.ttisc we want to Kce the won derful new country between Winnl-Ijog and IJdmoiitcn opened by the i Canadian Ncrthrn Itailway cmly last year. Because rtv want to .sec the ''line of the hutKlrod wheat stations," j which in ten years will Xas transporting more whea't than any O'ther railway in the ivorld. Itccause we want to sls; the Valley l-t the Saskatchewan ('the Missippi's now rival) toward which the c>v8 of the world are turned. Because we want lo sec the land '..-here towns aiK.1 crtivs are springing iil> like inu.s-hrooms. IWaus.! it is Canada's land. Because wxj want to sec the Uocky Mountains at UantI-scenery scarcely surpassed anywhere, ^ Because we want to see Winnipeg, which has passed the lOO.OOO mark, and ('algary aiwt E-thnonton, which are rapklly becoming great cities. Ilecausc we want to see Southern Alljertn, new ami rich in mines and ranches and wheat laiKls and Mor-mon.s. B�>caii.se we want to visit our brothers are.l cousins aiid old friends who went west years ogo. Because the west wants us-Boards of Trade all over are sending us invitations. Because a bracing up on the prairies is cHjod for 'effete Easterners." The newspaper men will be l>cre abijut July 3, and Lethbridgc wants to prepare at once lo give them a royal welcome. undertook got its little raps from the cynics, but he was not tlKscour-agod, but instead his confidence in the town increased. True, he was out to make mono.y for himself, but tlw inwstments he mnd Ijcgiu at once to boost the coun-tr.y. We can't have too many ol ihtit sort of iJoopIc, The creation of ue* towns like Ooaldalu and WarncV means much to U^thbridge. They will add grist \o our distributing housKS, aud incidentally help all of us. The "t>ld Alan," in the Cranbrook | lleraM, strikes nt a cla.ss in that i .town that may exiwt here us wvll and -we quote his comment lelow: i "We heard uf a business man in , Cranbrook the ot'hor day who said I that he pieferivd 'to get his printing; in the east, as he could save ' from i fifty cents to one doUor per t'hou-sand on his lett r liei.'ds ami envelopes. For the .'nko nrgiimcnc, we will grant that such is the case. Wo know Id-inters in the east who aro working for ?8 to SIO a week, and yet th(! Herald pays from Sl(> lo ?20 for tl>c same work. But the point that we would like to bring oi�t is that the men in the east who do that printing for you will never speifd a Cent wi'th .vou or with any olher business man in Cranbrook, if ho lived to be a thousand ycajs old. ami .vou continued to get your priming of him during all that time. On the coii'irar,\, (he l-ditor of the lieraki and his entiiv fortv Luj' everi' dollar's worth of stult that they use olT Cranbrook anordiants. The Iler-akl pa.vs out in wa'^cs uloire beiwoen 34,000 and $5,000 a year, and the iijonc.y is spent right iicre 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 �ho does your, printing in the east has never said one word oi' ix-rformed one act for the advancement of ,vour business, or ; for the pro.sperity of the town. On I the other hand, the llera'd is doing something c� that kind week in and ' week out. It is looking- out for the, chance to say soniethi-ng that will j benefit you and live town. Now, there is jusrt one more pointy in this matter. The Herald is not an ob- I ject of charity. It is not bringing up this maitter as a childish play, '� biit as a UMJtter of justice. If this' ofTice could not do your work in a satisfactor.v manner, H would not ask for it on any grounds. But the' Herald has spent thousands of dol-lors lo gi^-o to Craivivrook a first-class printing jdant, and with the material, it has secured the services  ALBERTA REALTY Co.'s MONEY MAKERS Some goal tlwdliiit^ l)rop-fiities in tin; Nortli Wiu-tl. Prices Ic^v, iKrnis aood. Vilest lacnlioib! on Siiiitli st. for wart'liousos. A good lot for business lo-enti n--S17r)0. A splentliil trnctof irrigable land, one mile from town, all broken Jiiul surveyed for 5 acre lots. C. K. DANIEL Manager.  Offices-Soiitliard Block www WW www w IF YOUR WATCH Hasn't been cleaned in the last two yi^irs yoti are doing it an injustice. You wouldn't let a machine run for a wtek ^Vlthout oiling it-let alone o year. A watch is tlie highest type of machinery. . Bring it to us and have it attended to. We guarantee a fii-st class job. Prices tight. Vfm. C. Liphardt Successor lo A. Zillia.x Jeweler - Optician Notice to Conitractors. If ihe Board of Trade is doing the town any g-owl, it is worth a decent grant, li it is not helping the place, it should go out of existetice. Lothliritlge tlis-: mining town is no longer a cotti only. It is the centre of a rich and growing agricultural district. Bemember that. Well, the bye-elcction is ov-cr and >v.? can all be ilriondly again. Keep boosting. SLCALKU TEXr^KUS, bulk and separate, will bo received by the of the best printers it coukl employ, undersigned up to noon, Saturday, so that the work turned out would April I'ith, 1�!J6. for all trades in be flr.st, class in ev^rv respect. What :'�'''""^.'^V-"" ^ho erection and ^ coniinc-tion oi a solid stone Bank is more, the prices are reasonable in i,uiKu,g, to be erectc-d in Pincher every resjiect. .Vow. i-i this is all i Creek. Alta., for the Union Bank of true, and there is not a business ,t.'annda. , .,, ..  , The lowest or any tender iiot nee- man who will question a smgfc: ^^eepled. stat;;mjnt, is it any more 'than right All tenders must-be accompanied to expect that the printing that can by an accei.'ted chetiue on a charter-be done in a sa-tisfactory man:K.T '^n'^. the value of 5 per cent. ^i, , , _ . . , , of amount cf lender, to be forfeitcu should l>e done here in town. Every contractor tendering fail merchant exports the |>eople to pat- enter upon a satisfactory con-ionize the home business man, and tract when callvd upon to do so, or he should be consistent and do as he -"hould lie fail to complete his con-would have other .>eople do by him. -5^^^'';^,^ -^!^/-^-^\, X'^nl rhat 18 coimnercial reciprocity, awd successful tenderers, a square deal. The Herald is plea.s- Plans and specifications and all ed 'to state that as a rule the Cran- information may be had from O. U. brook nwrchant. docs as he preaches ^I^f^i^liil:;'^ manager. Union Bank in matters of this kind. But now and then will be four/d one who does at Lethbridge. 1-AWSOX t)n t'he stiuarc, now. & OGARA, Architects, Calgary, Alia. Oflices, Nornian Block. Phone. '461. 1'. O. Box 673. othcrwiHe. it right?" Wo may have the same, kind of men here, but we have'nt struck them �'^--"^"^^ "^""'^^^TT mont and in future Le as loyal to; the town and its people as they ex- HQMESTE.\D REGULATIONS. EDITORIAL NOTES Outsiders figure that Lcthljridge is going to be a great city. Let us ^et together ajKl rustle, and their oii-iimate won't he ivrong. Any Inisiness man who can't afford (o^join the Bcmrd ofjf radcoughtto ino\e out of (own. Tresidt^nt ('oiiybeare, of the Board Trade, starts 6(V w-i'th a good policy- 'morn indiLvtries for the town." I.elh'bridge should be a bi-g industrial and distributing centre. Prince Arthur of Connaught rode on an en;cino through the Rockies, and (he engine has boon all pufTod ii[> ever since. Just a word about ourselves. We want to tell our readers that the )Iera!d is forging aheafd more rapidly, we will guarantee, than any paper less than six months of wge. Our subscriptions now number close to I a tlioti.sund, and new ones are coming in every day. We are doing our best to boost Lethbridge, and the people seem to appreciate our efforts. Premier Whitney, of Ontario, is no chump. He is not going to bend the knee to s|>cculators and ftini-flam- inni-s, but is going to have ithe rich mines in one limit near the famous Cobalt operated 4)y the Province, Ontario will lea.se the mining Vand and get big returns. Thart's better than giking the silver away to favorites. The policy of the Con-Kervati\-c premier is right. Let the people r^ap all -the benelVt of the lands (li'ut belong to them. pect ot'her people to be loyal to them. What this town reciuircs is a ] � ny even mimberert a-cilon o Dominion heap more loyult.y to its local inter-1 Landbuil'd up the town. The Jact that he is not now president of the Board will not lessen his int-orost in the advancement of Leth'oriUge one bit. He is not that sort. Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.' LOST. TOWN OF LETHBRIDGE APPLICAl'IOXS WANTED. It. Rests with You Men of Lethbridge Whether you buy today, or next wesk. we guarantee to save you motley. But if you buy today Hoiiae. 16 x :iO; Lot,, 'io .x 125 ami BricjkWarcliouso. 2:> x HH on Smith Street............1500,00 Lot, on Ford Street just West oL' Smith Street..................................... Two Lots, on Crahb Street ojiposile E. B. niU's Residetico..........�  � -............ House and Lot, on Cittbiil Street Soutli of Barnieks.................................-. Acre Lot and lloitso, on Westminster Boitd........................................ Lots, 7, S, 9, 10 and 11, Corner Burdett and Bonipns; Best Residenti'al Site in Town..... Lots, (5, 7. 8 and 9, Ford Street East....................�........................... Two Choice business Lots. Centrally Located, Round Street............................'SOoOO.OO This price is for April only, will ro np in May. ..W.OO . .SliOO.OO ..!i;225.00 ..$800.00 .$1200.00 ..$750.00 How about that Fire Insurance? Have you decided to send in your application? C. B. BOWTV^KN LEIXHBRIDOE ^��4�4�X*>n*n�>^ retldent of tiyatf'ii �)v ihccrful and contentoj! town. LethbridKe will be the farnici'K, - .loser. Fred Downer is the type of ' 'citir.cn this place wants. He was There is a lot of ignorance in tho chucic full of enterprise and fa�th in ,'.>^nBt, o\W ntnongst newspaper men. the town. Ho invested his money in i^.Thif)' Catmtlian I^rcss' Association profierty, and was ono of the moat J \\HmiAil important letters and papers. Return to Angus Roy. ' i-'OIt HALV.. Appliciiiions will be received tiM! undfrsigno.d up to (3 p. ra. Monday, the JOth April, 1906, the position of constable, at a ovy of ?(>0 per month. App\icant lo Htato riimlificntion.s A' any. l!y Order, C. B. UOWMAN, Scc.-Treas. THE BENTLEY COMPANY, LIMITED y/llOLESALE AND RETAIL ~ LETHBRIDGE - ' - - - ALBERTA NOTICE An incubator, as good us new, 00 '�'tJf-'OH LICEXSK OnDlIjrANCE, egg c�pacit.v. Chatham malte; will' I'r.OVlXCM OT-' :\i:ilEIlTA, sell cheap.-llox 377. I.ethbridgu. i . ,, � . -~ * ___ � Application hoS been made by Jos- :- ,. -�� -^--- i' l*h Dobb.s, of Talior, for an hotel j license in rc.ipect of the |)remisofi situate on lot.s 5 to 1.51, Block 18, Tabor, Arocrtn. WANTFa). Wanted-Architectural drnuahts-', "'"''�'"e of the Kourtl of Liccnsd man Anulv with p�fni.�n�. i''"'""^'^''�'''"aito;l at lC-;Iinonton, this /tth of .Vprll, 1006. S.B. WOODS. Deputy Attorney GeiMjral. � ni., to consider tlii.s uppli-day CttbbridgMfon mork$ Co^ it