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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 19, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta LEfHBRIDGB HERALD s*mpson & Buchanan Publishers tt. aitfwox w. a. mtuaxax 1,1 btlNllK'KRi nllll t-llO IllOPt' business pi'tlClirCN (bill �' ' i ill our governments) . h" s't n better governments wo \>..l ! EDITORIAL NOTES s'.-btl.v I'l Wl'll !.- ' i I..I SaBSCRIPTtON: i i Advanca  *1.50ayeari tharwise  12.00 a year1 It is W. now M. I. lhmran Mnrshnll wax inueh abused by I In- Opposition simply because he is li speaker whom tlvey worn nfi'ald 11) face. .Mnl'slmll In cn|\ible. of looking after himself mi the pint-form. Tin- ;um"i' he is abused, the lot tor able lu- is to answer his Opponent*. mmlh this being two lacrosse Hicks. At either wiilo of 'the cup on the. ebony lmsy^urc th�*flttuivs of 'twjbjh In- j vrosso lASyvrs ItrTiniform, Wo,f#wa. , | tiou whether usbeautiful,ami. ,pll,v ...J ajpfltiaT lining ol '"^Opov^li 'rtsS lacrosse league wna*~nelii ADVERTISING: Tee Moflth tl 00 Per Inch COUNCIL DID RIGHT. tlaymon.l, .Stirling mul Tabor wovilil'nt bodge a bit The Liberal Government wns plenty good enough for them in November, nnd ft is plenty good enough still. ! J. W. Woolf. M. L. A., j Is n good campaigner. Cnrdston, ... . ... _________., Ho did , Thu council Is to bo complimented L,,,cn,,ui ttolU fnr Ml, Simmons. Jtpon increasing the gr.int to the _ Ikmrd of Trade to the respectable GOSSIP; �� ON THE SIDE! TtMlw sum of $1,000. Wo believe every cit-focn who is anxious for the Advancement of the town will Heartily en-Horse the council's net ion. A publicity campaign by the Hoard of Trade %ill In' sure to attract concerns to Lhis town, and every clnss in the rpinmunitywill benefit. All \vc would $dv iso t'be Hoard to do. is to spend the numey carefully and judiciously, ftevote every cent of the money to boosting lethbridge. Let the people 6f the workl know about this town. Its magnificent locwtion ami its wonderful climate. Advertise in the tr�de' palters and turn the attention Of industries ami wholesale houses toward us. 1 K>n*t stic^v to Canadian probers, but get into the ltritlsh and American press. Make- Lethbridge n Woi'.l Unit will be before everybody's eye.-., and in everybody's oars. ^ There are ninny opportun tits to ndvunce lethbridge with that thousand dollurs, and if good results from its expf�mlHure. the town will gladly increase the amount next year. I spent a couple of hours in Kay moiKl the other day. and have liked I the wevt iwttcr since, t wns'nt in l.cih'.rid4. to show you the foregone conclusion that the Lnbor ,,,., ,H,l.,uw Uu,v toml of It candidate would swamp the other nm, w|w|1 ,,, i..nve there is the ever fellows in Starfordvllle nml the .wolroll,. �(>,,,,, ,gUin." We need r more cf this spirit in the west-ft did in the ,iuU ,imUi-v you feel the people who ere iu ihe west, think there Is """"* 'no place like rt. 1 did'nt run �g�l nst Election prophets, especially those, f( knoi.Ver ,, ,,. ,||ie t wn!) therc who rush to the iront page of the newspu|iers with their predictions. in North Ward, but very few i in Affined 1 he would do ns wvll as he town. I'll Nest;�Pt.- on ...Monday evening, Mie dologv�Hes present being (.', Uoss Tate, .(Iran-brook; il. linns, 1'Vnnk; Dr. .". S. Sdcwnrt, TI>oi'n, A. Hlploy, tlw socro-lary-trohsurer, *as votod 4o  thq chair, (wkI ai*o idetod &a mlhtito secretary. The minutes of the meeting hold In Ctwnbrook. April 21st, 1905, ami th� sccretniy-�reosurcr's report were lh*n read.* ' ' The election of officers Wns proceeded with, nml the following wore elected: " IVlroness, Airs. (1,hi. LeViiRScur, Pluehor Creek. Hon. President, CV A. M�grnth, Lethbrldge. P^tdont. A. V. Lnng, Frank. Vice-President, W. A: -Aubin, Tnlv or. SecretnryTreanurcr, 0. Bos* Tate, Cranbrook. Council-W. Miller, Crnnbrook; T. 11. Mart In. Krnnk: W. C. Ives, Ijeth-bMdge: W. \V. 1">oi�glns, Tabor It wns decided that visiting clulw mv entitled to expenses up to the Y IWHY DELAY ANY LONGER?;; Get in on the ground floo!4 while there is yet lime. Advance offers of;-X 23 per cent, have been mkde to purchnsers of lots from us since April 1st. % Here sre some you can win on, got a l/nd thrust in Thursday's election. They nmy have some, but -they keep]equivalent of six meals from the thorn in the background-the bnrU-:�o,n0 'onm. i t'onsont wns given to n combined l-'rnnk, grouml should nlwayi be tbo t *ry ceino- Clean up your yard and make I-ethurWIgo the o ten nest town iu .VI-herta. One rtHiMon ISu.i iiunul impressed me was because rt Is n clean little town duo to the fact thai n gooxl tunny . bouses had been newly pnintixl. They Keep Limiting believe in dressing their homca In 'u new gurb in springtime, us well as Lethbridge ,s just on the verge of i(t,(i|.,|lg xMf wivw |n ftcw goWM the gr.-at dovolopmont in Ms his- i>m) hn,u Na,hit>g alrikoa a vialtor ,or-v- better than neat, rosy homes. Tho lay 1 was t-here people were busy Sa.v, is there a strike on hero? It Is mighty JihVutt I hero iM lu iinntrilie that MR. SIMMONS RETURN. - I.i1hl>riitire. the miiiiii onpital of vMr. Simmons' election was due to jimmy Soutln-rn Altii-rtu. the good judgment of the electors - of Lethbridge district who had the � Wat nt that a whopping vute Sini-welfarc of' our interests nt heart. , "ions �ot in ltn>*mond'.> Vltiiost ,a The Herald never iloubtod for n mo-! hnndri-d nmjority nlent but that tbo enndidato of th 'cleaning up their yards and prepar-tnu to gv-t Iheir limns in shape. A little more of thot kind of work might lx- -.lono rigln nway in lxth-Lrid^-- So mntter how humble our homos mav l.e, very little expense is I required to clean up the rubbish to make the t-nek and front yards look rk?ctors to alter the verdict given in .November last. The Liberal party! policy up to the present ha* 1>een of' such n character as to merit the en-1 dorsntion of people who are eagor j ls'nt T^-thbridge sav so. or ull right. We the llrick Co . , would not be spending M.VOOn enlarging their plant. 1 Watch Ijethbridge grow. You can see the town bounding ahead. at�d While iu tin> I own I took a stroll tlirouidi 'tho sugar factory. This it '.he time of year that tho factory is on its vnc-uiom; and so 1 can't �iny | anything about the met bods of making beet sugar. One thing, however, thot convinced me more than to promote the best interests of7\l-!,hnl *25.of�b to lie spent by the ! anoihor. that the west wns all right, Ijcrta. Mr Simmons stood as thoinrk'k r� wi" ""c^1 "s along more *"s f�� that shrewd Americans representative of this (iovermnent ''"Pilly. |h�l investevl a million of money In and his .election mum, be looketl up- -- ,h,s i�sti,"�""' That great brick on "as a vote of opprovnl for the] 1hl> lown council favors keeping j budOlng n"�one, is omen of faith In course Premier Uuthcrford and hi*I Let-hbrblgo U-foro the �>>.� of the,0"1' bitur, Colleagur-s have followed since tak-lworld That's tho way to boost ing the reins of office. '.Air. Simmons also stood for ->'' 3r�""v *,Knl in P,ib"',i� �" measures for -the advancement Lethbridge and district, and Ibat-^e-haa 'been returned, we sure he will be a faithful servant 0f hrirk making this district. He will do his utmost -- lor all classes and conditions, and Tlu- Laton Co. bus purchased i. we feel that at thu end of tho prcs- steamer plying between Toronto and much Hamilton. We will expect io bear1 money into this business deservo all Ho t�ot 'hey arc carrying Hamilton!"10 encouragement we can give i* * man of force, energy and atll- people without cost to patronize �1 h ! i Ifoney spent in pi.blicit.v �ell sj>ent all , . o(jmlgln> noa-1 --- nr0( Leihbiv.i'pe is going to bo the great centre oi i li.- \vm Within its walls is machinery of the most modern charact-r. a sign of tlw fullh these men .. thaw in the beet sugar industry. \Vli'\ if tr. Simmons kept gaining ground j tor ho is going to boss two news-every day. and the vote on Thurs- papers. tho Cardston Star and* day last was u strong declaration in I new venture at Mngrnth Elton In-favor of the Government ar/d the j produces -more brightness and orig-canso. which Mr Simmons, rts a sup- .nahty into his paper, however, than porter ol that Government, espous-! )U.nrst. and if the Magrath paper Is 1 ono half as good as the Star, that' will t>e getting1 left in the province You can't nay that of the other sugars you buy. i llememher too. Raymond sugar Is as sweet as any the world produces. t BUSINESS ABILITY MOST NEEDED. cntorprising village | its money's worth. ' Tap uiony people possess tho foolish idea that oratory is the tost of V public nun's ability. We say fool-.sh idea, becaus it would Le co t tainly very ioolih to put Into Government men whose only recora mendation was a well-oiled tongue. True, it is * great asset for a public j --. 'man to possess a ready llow of j Faith in l*thbrtdgo ts growing words, but -that alone does not pro-! Dm lively condition of the real es bars i 7 The Chatham. Ont., I'lanot says; A tew days ago a man from the little city of Ucrlin was asked why that town hod suoh a good reputation, and why it Is so well known. "Well," said ho, "there Ir not a man who goos out of Ik-rlin who does not say something goo it his charge, lie is n greater and 1 t>afer man than the Cabinet minister who is a master at tiratorlal tire- [ workb, but is u failure �n admin- , istrator. From the Herald's v ii-w point, Hon. W. II. Cuxhing n� an able, ro-i sourceful business man. He is probably today the strongest man in the 'Alhc-tta Government. It Is not be-cans.: he is nn orator, or even a fluent h|n.-aker, we pasn this judg- , , , . . .. , . , 1 , J B collide of car mad* of our climate up upon him but because he Is a man' .... > u ' . . , , ,, i to KJmonton a� a sample, tho fel- who has made a success of his own , ... ... , , , . , ... lows up there would be unanimous business, nod is now conducting the , .... , . ' m supporting department of public work* along ; cfl Ktrictly businoss lines. He Is just'as' varoful and autivu in looking after That fellow Uobt Suge is a cle/jr ad. writer, ami we want to give him credit in black and while. We'll l-et | there are soma mean people who any j "Sage does'iK write his own ads," , but we cun say "Sage doea," lor we know his handwriting, and ns to his! Synpb Of CaMdiu North-West HOMESTEAD RE0ULATI0NS. k NY even numberert Mctloa o Oomlnton | Alberts, escepltng I sat M, not teteiTcd, j m*r be botncsictded kj �njr person woo I* tn� j o'.c beid of a tsmllr, or tar mile over is rear* of ice, to the cstent ot nee quarter stciton ot' IW seres, more or !*� �air; m� be made sersona'lr at tbe loe�i; land oatce for Ibe dtstttct In which tbe land U : lluate, or If tbe boracsteader dealrcs, be majp j oa application to the MlpUur of tbe fnterlor { Ottawa, the Coauatestoner of Immlfratlon ' Wlaalpec> or tbe local �g�ut receive authority for some one to wike eotrr tor blm. . . ... , , ... The bpmeateader la reiiulreu iq perform the orignmlity. there is no c,uestion j eC(1(m,0, con.ec,et, therewltt. uader ose of We have just placed in stock the latest production of The Royal Crown Soap Co. FLRNNEL ~ SORP Woolens washed with this soap will not shrink. It is absolutely pure, dctic ately perf\imea, and U floats. Makes an excellent Toilet and Bath Soap. well as for Woolens, Silks. Laces, Etc. l.v bis mi-ssages' ore to j I. At least s'u rnoutba' reaWnce upon and place he vliHs." ' the newspaper renders, und not �o cultlrattsn �f ibe land In each veur Tor .hrec LwthbrWge people ought to follow1""'8 " We cKlniit, without ni y ,he father (or aotber. If the father p. Berlin's motto. Uoott Lethbridge1 m*s�tatlon. that Hade's ads bright- ( deceased) of ike borne wader realdea upon a wherever you go ien the Herald finer ii|i \\bat's in,, ing wrinkles in your bright, clear days If Afr us.- of wear ' "uv*' >'" noticod thut the de-ision lirow ihesfito I1"1 I'ansfer track on 'mith ,�re"t has put up the price of pr.ip-lerty there, and even tho (icople wno Simmons couhl only take ftj expressed o^josition to the setiem-j. �re now said to be eager to go lots on that thoroughfare. It will not he long until Smith street is a lethbridge for tho','l,RV |,,ftC" fann to the rleloli; of the land entered fur the requirement* as to residence mar he satisfled by such person realdlng with the father or j mother. a. if tbcietiler haahtepermanent rraldence aeon farming lead owned br blm in the vlrin-, Ujof his homestead, the reaulreKeuis a* to residence mar be saitauol br residence upon ; tbe said land. , Sit monbs' aotlce In writing should he elven to the Commissioner of Dominion Uanda at | Ottawa of Intention to apply for patent. j W. W. ooav. Deputy of the Minister of tbe Interior. THE BENTLEY COMPANY, LIMITED WHOLESALE AND RETAIL LETHBRIDGE - - . - ALBERTA thu people's interests as he ever was Win. Oliver is a good guesser He The Held Of Sport. )� looking utter his private affair..ij^ X^t.n^ ?" Mi � l-kstro~us on exhibition That is the sort of men we want in i 1 I , MnU niwt ho w*"lnt the l>allas one of tho mtAt elab- nublle lifc_me"n "who "want"lo"do\he!�nly "n� vo,P hast lhe> possibly can for tho people whom thoy aro serving. Mr. Ouabjng is always able to present his coso clearly and effectively to. an orate trophies that thin town has sever �een. It in the silver trophy .Toin the Hoard ol Irnde and hell)!do,mtwl ,,y '^KSfni'th & llolllns. boost the town ! proprietor of the Cranbrook Hotel. Crnnbrook. and is for competition between the lemns winning the .Audience. Ho believes the people "of If >ou cant te a hoot-ter. for championship of -the Crow's Nest Alharta are sbar-jhotders tn this1 goodness sake don t be a knocker. �"d'Kootonay lacrosse |eague8;^ Tho gr.Vt province, and ho presents ,o -- wTn 'this^ejon t tlrOin a Statement of tho work of his! Tho man who mude the insolent re- ov<'' design of the trophy Is : JjbJbytSiWlt, as a bank president j mark trf Mr. rushing at the public l'.urolv Canadian. .Tito boavor and WOUM present a statement to the'mooting, was a disgrace to Leth- l^nt'TncerL^Z^'fale shareholders of the institution. Tt-nt'bridge. wup ib a scone on a lacrosse field, bo- A liOAN WANTED OX FARM. Wanted, development capital, on improved farm, worth two thousand! dollars, at present, land values, having private irrigation sources, abovo' ground, and a seam of coal under- j ground: situated right In tho centre; of the country, taken over by the] land company from N. E. Dakota;  persons seeking a good investment, here Is your chance; ten per cent. | per annum interest is offered, secur-: id by an indisputable transferable 1 mortgage, liond on above form. INar-i sons intercated will ploase ntato amount they -are willing to loan, ul- { so length of timo to run, to D. O. 1), T^ie Herald, lethbridge. Cetbbridge Iron Works Co., i\? Manufacturers of GREY IRON AND BRASS CASTINGS MACHINE SHOP WORK PROMPTLY 4V CORRECTLY EXECUTED MINE AND SAWMILL WORK A SPECIALTY Wo want � cluince to fitfiuv on your CASTING AND MACHINE WORK No mnltor how lurgu or* how small SELLING AGENTS FOR Canada Foundry Co . steam pumpt Gurnoy Foundry Co., steam and hot water ... beating. * Canadian Asbestos Co.. AatooBtoa cement. Ontario Wind Engine and Pump Co.. wind-mills, eta,, wood and, steal water tanks, all capacities. ;