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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 2, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBR1DGE HERALD SVAPSON St trtJCIHANAN Publishers Wo have been taken (or H chard Me* Hrltle, tho .premier of Urilfsh Columbia. The Nelson Canadian cnllrd up the seeder lu a field or barn yard, without the least protection from wind, rain or snow. Surely this an Ignoramus, hut Intended tho to doesn't pay. It must menu early r C. 8imp90n V>, A. BCCBaNAN eiaBSCRtPTION: nAdvaaee * tl BO a year O herwiae �2.00 a year ADVERTISING. Per Month - �1.00 Per Inch THE AMERICAN IN THE WEST. ^linrk for tho Premier. We gl.idly 1 forgive the Canadian for its error. The record of the l.ethbridg* Public School and tho High School department In the examinations, the results of which are announced tola week. Is remarkable. Nearly one hundred per cent of the students who I tried passed. What school can beat ilhnt. We offer rongratulations to i Principal Hamilton and h's staff. j Itcnicinber this is the fair month. I Proijarc to decorate for the fair. ruin to the machines. A shed to cover them vould cost little money compared with the loss that Inev tal-ly results from leaving the Implements j (il Nl.|,ool is out whore heat and rain can play havoc with them. It has made crusty old bachelor* and sour old maids. It has filled worlds with Ignorance and made, barren deserts of plains. fining home �t recess means that you have fallen asleep ut the switch and your train has plunged into the ditch. Always stay un- One of the many Interesting sights _ at Yellowstone Park Is the eagle One day last week 1 visited the | ,iw.h| ,,, , ,, sUr( Neidig ranch on the other side of th- I,,,, ,,,. |ollP nt W|th hor river t is one of the most. be,,, - mvu ^ slu, ,,,,,,, ,,,, blP(1 tlfully located places 1 have s.vn ini(), ,,1(>h ,, ,,, ,, n M whlPh the West. The home Is built on the hii|, h(i(i)i |hp on, ftomo R w, ww Ibrow of the hill with many ravines ^ a lnolhor.H eyo s,,o leading to tho river. I nder cover ->� i wrtU,lu.H u fll, ,|Ut lt Btrtkw jthe hill. Mr. Niedig has several splendidly kept gardens filled with the rocks below, with the speed of the wind she darts beneath it and If it Vore not for the Investments ,tead tho by.l(lws in Anolh, ^vegetables ami fruit. His apple lives j (hp young c|lglo flnus a sofl binding the Africans are making in the of the Herald. p�n,nuriee your*df bcrry *>uahca *nd grn,'� vl"~~ are upon west, tho development of this coun- wilh U)c pPovl9ions of the j thriving In a manner that convince* ( ^ try would bo very slow. Our friends ! thftt flro tQ bp vo,0(| upon (|| a f(>w across the border seem to have more ' Weoks. faith in the riches of our prairies __ than the iwople of Eastern t'nnnda. Calgary is making a vigorous ef-Thcy are Hocking here in hundreds, fort to get railway competition th.'re buying lands and settling them with it fears that If It does not soon thrifty progressive fanners. True it!secure opposition, that will give �ho is that many Eastern Canada farm-(city competitive rates, It will lose a ers arc settling in tho west, but lot of its wholesale business to i'd-most of them arc merely buying monton, which is in the full enjov-small quantities, while their Amer-jment of competitive rates. The CP. lean brothers aro purchasing land in big tracts for investment purpose*. one that this Is going to )� n great fruit country. The Neidig* nr.-thrifty people. Tho place, house, barns and gardohs Is as tidy a� a palace. PRESS GRINDING. Cranbrook Herald: Take advertising has !>ccn pushed to the finish in Cranbrook the past year, and the i gued ehnps from after the best of It I .lust a few days ago a numlier ] merchants got touched up for $.* 'piece and are now wondering I they got for their money. |H. has done much for Calgary, but jthe future of that city will not am-thoir experience in the Western ount to much If it depends solely upstates, teaching them that the soil on the CP.lt. It must have rallrout of Western Canada Is worth having'competition. If it wants to build t:p and will increase in value rapidly. I its wholesale and manufacturing The trouble with Eastern Cannd - j business, ians is that they do not know en- [ ough of the west. They sit In their | Ix-tnhridge is in the same boat as offices in the east and imagine the i falgnry in this respect. In order to tales of the wonderful growth nnd j Kp wft* lUK"" their Investments in Ontario, and 1'irge wholesale and Industrial �en-. , . . . . . . in. t i inf. i . .ho far bettor for the merchant nre afraid to come out here and tnke !tri' ' Hill s railroad cannot get n chance on making from 10 to .10 hpT too s�on. Hill's proposed .ond per cent, where they now moke ftVo 1 wo"'d give us competition through tho feathers of its mother's It is then carried to the highest curt and tho experiment repeated until the young eagle gets strength in its wings and can safely go on life's journey alone. With the same watchful caro does the good mother see her flock, ono by one, leave the old homo. One by one she lets them go. One to be a missionary, one a doctor, one a publisher. With 'Ve eyo of an eagle she watrhes them r,s they successfully travel In their lime has come for the merchants to'chosen path*, and they frequently the outside who are ; faithful mother still watching at all times.'whom is their success due? ,( to that mother whose thristl.tn leaching started their little feet �- j HILL AND THE G. T. P. TO JOIN j 1 HANDS TO BOOST LETHBR1DGE; \ SO READS THE REPORT FROM TORONTO JULY 31st 8 lots Hnrtlott stiwt...................................................$200 oitc.li, rnsy trrm� 20 lot* Ash mead street................................................$175 piic.Ii, easy torina 8 lots Glyu Btreet......................................v...............$250 wich, easy tornw 12 lots, Block IU...........................................................$125 each, terms 4 lots Bom pas street.......................................................$250 each, terms 3 lots Bom pas Btret't.......................................................$275 i-noh, tonus 4 lots Ashmend slrotd.................. .'...................................$250 eaelt, tortus 4 lots Ford street...............................................................$JHJ>, terms 4 business lots, Bound street.............................................,......$4000. terms 2 business lots Kedputh strtn>t.................................................$tWHX), terms .0 residential lots, DtitTerin street..................................................$100 ei�:h New frame House and two lots. Hound Btreet.....................................$21100 terms 60 foot lotB London Boad....................................................... $150. terms 42 foot lots, Duff addition.......................................................$125. terms 5 lots Biverview...........................................................$125 eacli, terms 7 lots, Biverview..........................................................$1!15 each, terms  2 lots Bedputh.................................................................$750, terms !l lots Dufferin................................................ ...............$1200, terms Slots OulTerin.................................................................$800. terms To Verily what 'right and whose snlnt-ltke face acted as a liencon light to them when toss ed upon the strong sea of temptat -ion. Cranbrook Herald: The credit system in Cranbrook Is entirely too lax, in tin- i ..... ,, I idleneSN. dreaming of things that can manner of doing business it would i1,1,1111 "nn" * � j never come to puss, or reading un- A girl whose days are spent in ! The c. B. Bowman Agency INSURANCE AND LOAN LETHBRIDGE - ALBERTA i for the buyer as well. Calgary Albortan: j wholesome books, while her mother ; toils in tho kitchen, had better never The manage- i been bom. Her life is purposeless; a or six in the Hast. The ignorance that prevails in the Knst about conditions in the west ;*��th was displayed at the time the .lim Hill project of a transcontinental railway, without cash subsidy or land grant, was before the senate. Two or three venerable Senators, who had never been out of their nnt- j ivc province, ridiculed the idea and denounced tho attempt of an American road to build through Western Canada. If tho old gentlemen had visited the west and acquainted them-*olvtfs with tho absolute necessity for better transportation facilities, they would never have taken the stand they did. The American people are making ! money In the west, because they I realise the wealth of tho country In j Its resources nnd prospects, wh.'le : many Canadians on account of their 1 far too conservative business m ihe good t Iii!iks out lien- the country to the Pass district nnd I I1M>n, n'f th, mlll01 Bt Abridge ! dead weight for her father and vould open up new territory north. � have refused again to deal with the and east. New settlements j,mcm,8 ,, th* miner*1 union lh.-re wouM spring up and tMhhridge > s, th(, Mrikp Kon, on. whft, -would lie the centre of a big pouu- ' lation. Then the new roads wo-ild force the present freight rates fro.n east and west down to a compel it i v.. level, enabling wholesale men to meet eastern prices lietter than ih\v ran under existing conditions The more the mail service is looked into, the worse its condition bo  comes. H's simply outrageous the way the mails are handled in this country. We were told by a prom -inent citizen the other day that three let top* sent to Uattlcford, Sask.. took 1-1. 11 and 8 days respectiviiy to reach that point. One could almost get a letter to England in th&t time. Alberta should send a lomb down to Ottawa nnd have it *--t oft in the post otftce department, int't-der to awaken the officials to the conditions In the west. so the strike goes on. ever may Ik' the merits of the demands of t+ie union, one deinnudth.it was considered and refused, the refusal of which led to the breaking up brothers to carry with them; she is a misery to herself �nd friends: she is shunned by all sensible young men and finally becomes n cross, peevish, irritable old maid, if she is so for-tunnte us to escape the temptations llkelv to ensnare one v hose moral 15 GEORGK M. HATCH C. B DANIEL | ALBERTA REALTY COMPANY (OFFICES IN SOtTHABD BLOCK. LETHBBTDOE) ! of the interview, was quite right and ! senses are rendered blunt by rending proper The miners demanded that , Oie questionable exploits of the !.er-any negotiations with the company , oe* nnd heroines of the modern novel should lie with the officers of ,he .-the curse of our homes; the thing union nnd not v ith the men. The , that ruins more young men nnd attitude of the men in this respect j young women than nil other List your lands with us. We can show you that we are selling. It ^ Our natrons deal over nnd over with us. which is evidence of fair dealing .------sellers on--------------- you want to buy. see us. Try us as buyers and was quite within their rights. The {combined-the time has come when unions are u ; mothers should fight as they would factor, and next to capital the Im |�n adder, portant factor in production in \ mm~m this country. To maintain a union 'nxP hnl,n.v 'rt^'0' """^ ls ""l ,he home of wealth, neither is it the of extreme poverty. In the \ Ideul boiiH> you may not see any roKtly furniture, no grand piano or ' stately pictures; yet how pleasant foe that all evils true BORING FOR GAS. It behouveh the city Council t.i sll|. erviso the boring o|HTutiotiS to I'e conducted by the Electric Light Co., providing the ratepayers approve tho bylaw, with the utmost diligence. The citi?*>ns un* unxious thnt natural gas should be discovered and if the JCIectric Light Co. fall to strike it. there will be more criticism of the City's action then there is now. If gas Is found, not a word of criticism is likely to follow. So the t'it> Council, in order to nM.nl th s i Imt every effort pos silile is put forth to strike gas The- impression seems to prevail that the Electric Light Co. is not anxious to discover gas, hut the Herald believes that the company is composed of men who nre too honorable und putilir spirited to deceive, and will do us utmost to satisfy the public Tho bylaw should be supported I y the ratpayers. If tho Electric Light Co. fails to find gas nnd then the citizens are dissatisfied, the city can Oet busy citizens and cut the obnoxious we� ike ON THE SIDE Tattltt It has been found that negotiations of this and other kinds must he car- ' nr""" r'ed on by iwintiers of th? union who have some experience in these matters The L�thbridge mine owners '.b-Jected principally to negotlntlngwith Sherman, who has made bimself pur ticularly offensive to the mine managers. Here is n lesson to the tailoring people of every union. ThoUKb unions uro for the purpose of self defence, yet unions are for |>oii life. _ | The vote on the milt bylaw to loan Money and time are tho heaviest j tun thousand dollars to M. McDon -burdens of life, und the unhnpplest oi 1 aid. of Calgary, for the purpose of , all mortals are those who have in ire ! building a mill and elevator In the of either than they know how to use I town of Pincher Crook was taken on Lands, City Property and Live Stock We will iituke u specialty of live stoek. List anything you have with us, even if but one animal. Will give same attention to small deals as we would to large ones. Dthbridqe iron UJorks Co., Ltd Iron Castings and Machine Work Structural Steel Columns* Sashweights MILL AND MINE SUPPLIES TRACTION ENGINE REPAIRS � Bar Iron Miners' Tools i Wednesday, �is follows: I'or the by-law, uguinst the lly-law. H; spoiled lots. 1; total. 70. liul- I was talking to a gentlemun. who while not a farmer, is well informed on agriciiltuul matters, and he said , that if he owned a farm on the ditch then bore for gas on its own account \. .... ... he would devote most of his uttent- Tho present proposition is one that does not cost the city a cent, unless gas Ik found, and the city will In-glad to put up the mony if the much desired commodity is found. If it is not found, the city is not out any money. If (he people am then of tho piiiion that gas exists hero, the 'mlitM him splendidly city run spend Sift.000 of its money to satisfy the dubious. ion to hay. It does not require the attention grains do and brings a big price, especially when two and three crops a year ran lie secured from alfalfa. lohn A. Silver EDITORIAL NOTES. says this district He prefers it mv" to anything ho has soon north or east. A good (farmer can' try. just because they failed up here, 1 prj�. is far above rii'il-s. it through lack of brains. Mr. Silver luile. mother! These -hi' local j has invested largely in land around j complete the magic circle ii- wbi quite strong enough for tho great**' task. People who attempt nothing seldom fail. Napoleon failed in Waterloo because all of Europe was nr rayed against him. There is in this world man-,' wonderful things. Crystal rivers, n.i on- tains wearing eternal cornets of, mans. While we aro reluctant topart snow, tho oceans and conti > ��, i*? I with Mr. Woolf wo can only wish *un riding in majesty through if | that he will have the support of the pathway of stars, his roplondcnt j eon,| jieople of our mother town as robes trailing like burnisb.'d u >M j her daughter here has tried to give over land and sea. The ut,'e its.-if i: ' n|m which we live is one of mir.icV. h.it 1 ... of all the wonderful inm'iuvs of since then. Modern machinery an.l present possibilities have nuMk' gvi-ut improvements inevitable. Out i teuiptivi to IciWe it in fuvor of any ot'ta-liKtwd by .lohn l>ougnll & Son. Montreal. lll.WfiE IX THE STAFF. t.Mngruth Pioneer.) The School Hoard are in receipt of the resignation of Principal Wilford Wooli who has accepted a position i with the Curdstnn Public School. Principal Stirling Williams has re- J signed from the Cardston Public I School to tnke up the study of law In the law olllce of Mr. W. C. Sim- man and his creator, thor.i is noting grander, more wond ei'ui or mon valuable, than trite wo.nan llei Wci'ii.n.  leu roes by Pincher Creek people. about. Jas. McCaig likes Edmonton and The West is one hundred per cent Edmonton likes Jas. McCaig, so it ! more generous than the Kast. A la no surprise to hear of McCaij and dollar out here is valued about as Edmonton locking arms again. His | much us five cents in the East. So appointment as superintendent of '/better evidence of the liberality of schools in the Albertan capital is m-Iioi I 1 went home ut recess. thinking school was out." says IWt W-ilk^t "As I have grown older I find tiiet a whole lot of people, did llie sucu thing, and the sad part oi tb- uilmt is that too many of us never went back." In this life bo careful that you don't go home at recess. If you start to learn a trade or profession, stay by it and master it. Don't chase away at recess. If you have a business attend to it and -don't go home at recess. This going home at recesa has sent man in to bankruptcy. It has caused mother's tears to flow and mother's heart to ache. For flry. crocked Hp*, or rough skin, tine Hr. Shonp's CJreon Salvo. It positively makes lips ami skin like velvet. SoW 'by .1. D. Hlginlioibnin & Co. �� u THE MONTREAL WITNESS- (A truly (treat News|>a|)er.) Is ls>iog congratulated by Pretn -iers. .lodges. Ministers, Hankers ami eminent men In all walks of life on the occasion of its IKtunowl .lutJilee having 4xx�n eMobliNftod in 18411. The 'Witness' is given crexlit all over tbe lKuninii.il for fairness', cleanness, ami  kiix-ec. jr., I84ft, tho 'Witness' vns started by tho late John Dougall ami his aim was tq, supply tho Dominion f Canada with 44�.-n kwnly realizes how h-'lpless-�iww thorou^ii j ly worthless who Is. Dr. Shoop bus broitg't'iflc �'u>'a-a local treatment Known by druggists everywhere ns l'r. S4>oop's Night Cure is applied locally, n�-l at night. It works while you s|.si>. It reduces inllnmntion, It stops .1 is -chargi>s1 it hen I'm. it soothes, it com forts, H cures. Sold by .1 H llig-inbottiam & Co NOTICE TO CREDITORS. In the matter of tho estate of .lob Ilifd, late of Lcthhridge, in the Province of Alberta, rancher, deceased. Pursuant to the order of tho Honourable Mr. Justice Harvey, duted the U.-.th day of duly. A. D.. 10011. TAK'K NOTICE that all persous having claims against tho uIkivo estate are required to send to the mi-dcrsigtu'd. on or ls>fore the J5tb day of Sept ember. A. lb, 1006, a statement of such claim, together with the nature of the security fit any) held by them, such claim and statement to I mi duly vnrified by statutory declaration. AN1> FORTHWITH TAKE NOTICE that after the said 15th day of SeptemlH.r, A. I).. H�00. tho administratrix of the said estate will le at lllieily to distribute the assets of the snid estate or any part thereof among the parties entitled thereto, having regard only to the claims of which she shall than have notice. Dated at Cardston in tho Province of Alls'ita. this 2.".th day of July. A. D . 190(1. SIMMONS & HENNETT. Advocates for Adminlstrutri.\. Tho Imperial Hirnk has sicur-.i premises at Moose .law and will mien a branch there about Sept. I TIukscII Sage's will was read at his late resilience in New York. Every dollar Is left to Mrs. Sage except a small bequest matle to his only sister, who is now dead. Not a dollar is left to charity. It Is said that relatives will bring suit. Tho fortuno is said to amount to $00,000,000. Weybum people are erecting a*I.V ooo Methodist church, a *J7.000 Presbyterian church and a f5,0 �o Catholic Church. The Hell Telephone Co. has dernl.'d to put up a building and plant lo cost $100,000 at Calgary, to t.e ready, by IteceliibeT next. The Hod Deer News has changed bands, ami with last week's issue rtfolni V. Curswell takes over the editorial pen, instead of 0. A. Love. As n result of a recent action 'of the llrandon city council thero is a probttbility of tho Canadian Northern Kalteny company abandoning their proposed Ilrandon-Iiegina lino, which lias been practically constructed. Matrimony Two thinya play a conspicuous i�rt in all matrimonial functions, the Marriugft Licensi' and tho WVtliliny Hintf. We �n> pU'iisnl to provide S both for a consideration. Two S aiyli* of rings, tho Tiffany, I 2 r Knglish.antl the American.. J ltotu are handsome and ap-profiriato stylos. The cost depends on the weight of the ring, aud they nre in 10, 14 and 18 carat. We make a specialty of these rings and wi* invito inspection. R. A. WRIGHT This Jeweler Barnes & Co. REAL ESTATE and GENERAL AGENTS OHIce-SccM* Flow Soatksra Blbck Post Office Box 3 Telephone fto;-122 Ht. Hon. Alfred Lytaieton former' Colonial Secretary will visit Can* ada in August. ;