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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 19, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta Iethbridgb herald S^APSON A BUCHANAN Publishers is busJHL'ss, and I)usiri(!.s.s [Ji'iic tiix's llic! iiioit! s'-.'iill,v Bimcrtu Mnrshnll was litui'h obuscd tliaf. r'-)i\-'hit>tn V'.vy wcvc. afraW Id Atai'sl>;ill Is rapalilo- of lg aiivf hiuiw.jlf 011' the plat-foriii. Till' pwrx' is abiiHCsl, . the totti'f ik? is to answer ihis op- ponents. ' V A.DVERT1S1NO: r*r Motith" ^-V * 1.00 Per Inch KayniOHil, Slirliiig unil Tabor would'nt bwdgc a, bit. The Litoeral Oovurninent was plenty good enough for them in No\'�m'ber, and it is plenty pood enoUKii still. : coumaL did mcht. The council is to be complimented iipon jncrensiitg the grnnt to the ^nrd of Tratic to (he rcspectablo j ujn of ?l,000. Uc belifve ovory cil-. izon who is anxious for the ndv^anoe-l^icnt of the town uiU heartily on-"^orsc the council's action. A public-Hy campaign by tlw; Hoard ot Trado *iil !){ industries and \\ d;rl Ix-'Vlor than was px-I poctcd lot- .Mr. Siuinions, hut the jWS'gest .smpii.v.? was I'he vote jwUed hero for .Mr. Sherman. It was a foregone conclusion that the La.bor candidate would swamp the otlier ihorease the amount next year. GOSSIP ON THE SIDE Tattler __________ 1 8|>cnt A couple of houi-s in Ray-inoiKl the otiicr day, and have liked the we.'t iK'tter .since. I waa'nt in the town a minute until I Mf at home. The people 'there -give you a hft�>flke llmi is hearty; they po oitl of the way to show you the town, ilioy arc foixl of it, and when \o\i Ivnvo there is the ever fellows in StalTordvillo and the: ^^.^1^.^,,,^^, rome nguni.' We need North Ward, but very few imaginod-i ,f ,,,,i,.it in Hie west-a he woiikl do a.s well as ho di'd in the town. jrpirit that ninkcs you twl the people j who are in tlie west, ihiuk thcno is 'no place like it. I g strikes a viaitor Iietier than-neat, cosy homes. The j day i "-as t'berc people �-or� busy I cleaning iip tlwir yards and prepar-i ing to gxH their lawns in shapo. A I little more of �th'at kind of work i Lrth'lH-idgo. the sunn,N .�n,>,Lal of |>*'..-''�"� rifijht away in l^h- Keep boosting. I^lhbridgo is just on th;? the gr,->atc.�t devolopinent tory. Saj, is there a strike on here? lis mighty diftiiult to imagine I there is. It sunny .Southern Alberta. Itridgv?. .Vo matter how 'humble our homes may be, very liftle expense is required to clean up the rubbish to nvake the back and front yards look rosjiectahle. Was'iit thai a whopping vote Simmons got in Raymond? .\bnosl ,a hun-drcd majority. While in the town 1 took a stVoll throifgh 'the si>gar factory. This is the time of year that the factory is on its vacation,- a'nd so I can't say anything-about the methods of making beet sugar. One. thing, however, that convinced me.more than another, that the �wast was �U right, was the fact that shrewd Antericans hart invested a 'million of money in this institution. That great brick building a^one, is oniejp. .of,faith in our future. Wit-hin its walls is machinery of the most mcKtorn character, a .sigti dt thiij faith these inen have in the beet sugar industry'. Why. if (the i^slature ol^fAl^ was to ask mu i'o pa^s judgment on reihbri^Jgv is going to be t!�c great tiucstfon .of a bonus; for ;thia sure he will be a faithful servant of' ^rick making centre 01 (he ;.K^..slry, I =would howl ^iintil 4. the __ man withmtt ears could hoar '''Yes, The Eaton Co. has purchased aSive them a whopping big boinus. Is'nt lethbridge all right. Wo should sa.v so. or tlie Brick Co. would not' be spending S25,000 in cnlar^iftg their plant. =- � . Watch lethbridge grow. You can .see tlte town 'bounditig ahead, a�d that ?25,000 to bo spent by the Brick Co. will spcM us along more rapidl.v. i The town council favors keeping Let-hbridge before ilie eyes of the world. That's the way to boost. . itonoy spent in publicity is money migh(>' well spent. nuatU this being, two lacrosse sticks. At either .side of the cup on {ho ebony )m�((j^^�rc thw^guivs of '1"*^^ In- ' W^s. crosse |j&iovrs iffTiniforui. Wc-|iHi�os-liviu wlMsthttj'.as X-�auiiful. niHl,.(COStly �&tion?t>clor�:'.'ih S^hii^idii^' '-'J? fi'l M 0- ' a^ua* ik^|;inB jl'dS'c; Hev, .1. R. Shearer, Tabor. ^ In the abAcnce of the prestdeni and other moinbers. A.. Mipley, tho. socre-tary-tnJasurer, j lias votod '. Lcvasseur, rincher Creek. Hon. rrrtsWent; C. A.-'Magrath,' Lethbridge. President, A., V. Lang, Frank. ' X'iciv-Pretiidchl, W. A: Aubin, Ta�>-or. Secretary-Tj'cadurcr, -C. floss Tato, Cranbrook. Council-W. Miller, Cranbrook; T. n. Martin, Frank; W. C. Ives, Leth-bridjce: W. W. pouglas. Tabor. It was 'decidcKl that visiting clubs are entitled to ext)on.W8 up to the equivjilent of six meals from the home team. Cousent was giv�l tneoting w-ill t�c hold on Raster Monday, 1907. in Talxir. In case Tabor defaults t'he meeting will be held at Frank. With n�uch difficulty the following schedule of games was then drawn up and agreed upon: May 2' and ability,' lid' is ' siire to make fals mark 'in parltwaeitt. lliroui^ut the campaign he impremed people as a fear less public man. He had to (ace a lively opposition, and the battle was yaged keenly from fhe start, but >(r. Simmons kept gaining ground ieverjr day, and the vote on Thurs-|lay last was a stroivg declaration in �tavor of the Government and the "cause, which Mr Simmons, as a supporter of that Government, espous- BUSINESS ABiUn MOST NEEDED. steam'Sr plying between Toronto and Hanultoij. Wc will expect to hear that they are carrying HamiVton people w-ithout cost to paAronize their Toronto store. If we don't watch out they will be buying the C. r. n or Orand Trunk Pacific. Dave Elton is about to become the W. R. Hearst of Alberta Jouraaliam, for he is going to boss tno newspapers, the Cardston Star ani  new venture at Majcrraih. Elton in-'troduccs ~more brightness and origi-inality into his paper, however; than Hearst, and if the Magrath paper is one halt as good as the Star, that enterprising village will be gettingi its money's worth. Fellows that will put a mint., ot mohey into this business deser%'^ all the encouragement ne can 'give them." By the way, Alberta pocple otigbt to adopt the mot'ib, '"We will '.use nothing but Alberta sugar" Every cent you spend on Raymond sugiir is ie/t m the province. \'ou can't' say that of the other sugars you ibuy. Hemembcr. too, Raymond stiga^ i^ as sweet as any the world prodiiccs. Boost it along. �* Ti)u.jnat)y~peopie possess tl�e fool-Msh Mea that oratory is the teat of �M public man's ability. We say fool-' ;�h idea, becaus it would 'be ce 1 tainly very iooliibh to put into 'Oovcrnment men whose only recom Emendation was a well-oiled tongue. , he is a greater and safer umn than the Cabinet minister who is a mn.s'ter at oratorial fire-� works, but is a tailui-e as an administrator. From the Uoralds view point, Hon. W. H. Clashing is an able, ra-Rourceful business man. He is prob-. ably toda.v the strongest man in the 'Alberta Government.' It is not be-, |:ause he is an orator, or even a tluent speaker, wc pass this judg-iipon him but because he Is a man . who has made a success of his own biLsiness. and is, now conducting the department of public works along strictly business lines. He is jusfas .careful and active in looking after �bu people's interests as ho ever was jD looking after his private affairs, ^rtiftt IB-the sort of men we want in >:!r:)mblld� In SiMltoba, Saakatciiewaa and Alberta, esctptlng  aat.M. not. re>ei*�a, a^�; be ttomcateadadby anrperaoa who la the aole'taead of a famll/i or Mir male oirer IS rear* ot ate, to the eatcnt of oce quarter aceiion of IW aena. more or teat. - . �atr; mty be made ferooaatlr at the local land omcc for Uie diairlci In wblcb tbe lasd l� altuaicoir M tbehomcatcader deairca, he may oa appllcailon to tbe Mlfklaur of tbe Interior. Ottawa, the Comaiaatoner.of Immicratlon WlBBtpei, or the ioetl agent receive authority roraomeonetoinakeentrrforbtm. ^ Tbe bomeateailer la required to pcrroria '.be ei>ni1U!oiia coa'.eeteil tbcrewitb under bne of the followiec plana.: 1, atieaat n'x moutbaV realdence upon and ! ciiltlrattoD of tbe land In each rear for three ;' jreara. 8. If tbe father (or a other, if the father ih deceaaed) or Ibe home leader rtaldea upon a farm tatbe *ieiatty ot the land entered for the jrequlfetnenta aa to reaidence ina, lie aatiaQea by aueb peraoii realdlog wllb the father or HMther. a. It thcceitlcthuhlayenaanentr^aldence open laraitBCMad ewncd by .him In ihe.ylcin-ity of biabomeatead, the r�4ulreaeeiita ae to liMideae* maV be aailaocd by reaitenco upon tbeaald land. ais monba* aoilee In writing abould be given, ta the Oo^imlaaioncr of Oomlnion Landa at" Ottawa of latcntlon to apply for patent. W.W.ookV. Deputy of the Mlalatcr of (be Interior. Woolens wasiiedj^itrlhi$ soap will not shrinE. It is absolutely pure. ti(elici^telx perfinsei. andjt floats. Makes an excellent Toilet and Bath Soap, as well as for Woolens. Silks, Ucc|,J^tc^^^^^NY. WHOLESALE AUD RETAIL ALBERTA Wni, Oliver is a 800*1 guesser. figured the Liberals would poll votes at f>livei''H Hnll. and he only one vote shy. He 97 was Join the Hoard of Trade and help boost the town. The Field Of Spft. C. .1 Kckslrom has on esbibilion nt the TMIlas one of tbe meUti elaborate tro|>hies' that thia town has ttver  wvm. It-is ukj.silver trophy donated by H'Oggain.h Sc nollins, proprietor of ' the Cranbrook Hotal, Cranbrook. and is for competition between the teatns. winitinig tl� championship of �the Crow's Neat and 'Koolcnay lacrosse leagues.' The, '� l>;thbridgo bojs hope to have h; *n theiv posf^^ssion W'htm this season is The man who made the in.solont re-' over, The design of. the trophy is mark t4 Mr. Cushing at the public Oanadian. Tlw boayor. ^ ____,. �_ ^ I the maple leal decorate it in prom- meotmg, was a disgrace to i>th- p!ace.s, and on the face of tho 'cup is a scene on a lacrosse field, be- If .von can't be a boostor, for goodne.=e sake don't bo a knocker. A IXJAN WANTED ON FARM. Wanted, development capital, on improved farm, worth two thousand dollars, at present, land values, having private irri|[ation sources, above grouitd, and a seami of coal tmdor-groitnd: flituatiHl right in the centre of the country, taken over by the land company from N. E. Dakota; persons seeking a good investment, heiv is your chance; ten per cent, per annum interest is offcrw. secured hy an indispittable transferable niortigaeo bfmd on almVo farm. l\sr-soiis inl�roat�d will ploiise state amount they ~ario willing to loan, also length of time to run, to D. O, D, The Herald, I.etfabridge. GREY iron iUorks 0o.y LtdJ Manuflacturers of AND BRASS CASTINGS MACHINE SHOP WOR|C PROMPT. LY^ CORRECTLY EXECUTED MINE AND SAWMILL WORK A SPECIALTY We want a chance to figi^-e on your" CASTING AND MACHINE WORK No mntter how large >rt how Biiiall SEJLIilNG AOENTS FOR Canada .Toundry Co.. steam pump.-. Qurnoy Foundry Co,, steam and hot water heating..:,.......^.., *? Canadian Asbestos Co,, Asbestos cement. Onteurlo Wind Euglne ajud; Pumpi Co.. wind-^nliills. iBto.,>wdod a�ul stbeliwater tanks, all ciipaoities. ;