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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 23, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta BERiLD �*s*)rt)r� prior to vviiag to- ' nwrrowf V'  liOthbridgp. U it i� to becoma an . induiitrial centre, muat start �t onc� to get indu�tri�i. To-morrow (iv^s tba people the opiwrtunity o' twbllshinc our prestifs as an ;lBdus-trial centra. ^ we deliver to the readers . the parting niessagie get j>ut and votn, and bring out yonr friAids to vote for PLOUR MUX BY-IAW. TRK OAS BORING BVI�AW. THE WOOLX.EN MILL BY-LAW. mWOILIJBI In the Woollen Mill By-law the in. teresU ol Lethbrloplu claim it is, the guarantce~.lo the Woollen Mill people, vilt be aiuply sccuivd by the mortgages held on the Medicine Hat land and build.ntis. "One, two, three, go!" and 1.0th-bridge is off to .a .big.start as an industrial cvnirc. Make Ijolhbridge the Munchestcr of Wt'slcrn Canada. i -jfcw industries mean more population. More population iiicuns more money circulated in the city. The erection of the flour \wH und woollen mill will give employnwnt to Lethbridge mechanics. Medicine Hat is jealous of Loth bridge and that* is the reason it' is tiying to knock the Woollen MilL Cuttle roaming about the streets night and day arc doing damage to tre�s and boulevards. For good  nese sake let us banish the cattle from our streets and give citizens some encouragement to plant and cultivate boulevards. trees With the increased capital iMiiig invested in Taber mines, it looks as though that town was going to keap forging ahead. The end of this year, will see Lethbridge in the possession of four Uno new business buildings; The Hudson's Bay, J. D.|HiginbOtht tn's, Wm. Oliver's and �ie North West Jobbing Cp.'s warehouse. No better augury of*the future of lethbridge could be desired than in the investment in costlSr buildings by its own people. Do a good turn for the city that givea you a living, by voting for the by-laws to-morrow. At the time of rain, we should prepare for the erection of more crossings on our streeta It is simply an outrage, the way some of our citizens have to plough through the mud to get down to business. / ' If we only had a few paved streets life would be worth living during a rain storm. square and on the streets, Tiiey at-' is it not? "Theros nothing like a sense of humor," said Rear Admiral Iluehlor at Atlantic City. "Jn a woman, in a soldier, in a sailor, in a clerk, n sense of humor is a help and u blessing through life. 'At tho same time, even a sense of humor moy exist in e.xccss. I, for my part, shouldii:t cure to have to great a sense of humor as u soldiei-I once heurd about. "This soldier was ordered to be flogged. During the flogging he laughed continually. The lash >vas laid on all the harder, but under tite rain of blows the .soldier laughed. "What are jou laughing ut?" the sergeant finaily uslied. "Why," the soldier chuckled, "I'm the wrong imin."-Philadelphia iltU-Ictin. Did you notice at the fair the j^magnificeiit display of vc^ctaidus raised by the Chinese market gard r cners. Hie may iMslittle the Chinaman as much as wo like, but he has many a white man triiniiicd to n (In ish on the science of gardening. One would not wish to see finer vi'^vt-ables than the Celestials cxhibitei. /Medicine Hat is anxious to frigh -ten Lethbridg�_away from the Med and criticised. Kvoi-y ratepayer ought to qui::' Just as they liked. But those thoughts have passed away, and wo realize the older we gel, that the best daj's of life were those spon at school. The idea that manhood vos the happy state is removed urd we find that the older one becomes the busier life and the more burdens we have to boar. Few of us get any holidays now and the years long gone by, when we had two month's rollicking good loaf in the sumnizr, arc merely pleasant memories now. PRESS GMNDINGS. Saskatoon Phoeni.x: Jesse James, Jr., is now a lull fledged lawyer. Jvn inherited instinct, probably. ^ Winni|)eg Tribune:-AVjs, when Dave Phillip saw that sprinkling cart on Main Street this morning, "Le.'id utj to it," says he. "Lead me to it, let mo feel it with iiM!,own fair hands, before ithe vision fades." And the spectators wi|)ed their eyes with iheir elbows. Toronto Telegram: The Ontario Railway CommisHion, per jMr. A. II. rngram, is in doubt to its power to inforcc a two cent a mile rate upon th^' Metropolitan Railway. Of course. It is the way of all Oovernment comiruissions in this country. Canndian commissioners are ai -ways in doubt abdut everything bii'. the size of their salaries and 'ho date upon which it is due. If Lethbridge is a good enough place to live in, it is sui-ely good enough to boost. If you can't rustle for your own city, you had 'letter "skidoo." Vote for the by-law* tomorrow. "Watch I^thbridga Grow': the bylawe pass. ' aft�r Don't put a weight upoa Leth -bridge's advancement' by defeating any of the by-laws, A woollen mill ahd a flour mi'l wilt give us jihe right to claiitt' that Lethbridge Is a manufacturing city. Could we ask for a batter advertisement than Letbbrtdga woollen goods and Lethbridge flour heiag sold on the Canadian markH? The wool produced in Alherta v'll he used to make blankets to ksep Alherta warm. The. discovsry of natural yx" means cheaper'tight, fuel aiMl|>ow�r - a .big Indueemsnt tor people to locate liera. fSieetora, In your hands reate the IndiMlrlal development of liSthhrldg* IWtn't block/it, by opposing any ol ^the 1y-law�. . It iMediclna Hat property ia as valr Lethbridge ought to have a poultry fattening station. There ie no better climate on the face of the earth tor poultry than southern .VI-berta; right about Lethbridge, too. We ought to be able to raise enough poultry and eggs to supply the British Columbia markets at least. In Kansas millions of dollars are made each year out of poultr>'. Why can't we hit the money niaking trail in the same line too? Push Lethbridge to the front. ^Strathcona will go into paroxysms of d( light over thd suggestion of the Toronto Globe that Strathcona and lijdmonton will soon be united ' as other that they can hardly hold the one city. They are so fond of each wedding olTa day longer. At the .corner of the crcas-roads when you don't exactly know Which is the better turning and whic way you ought to go. There's oft a man who sadly errs and takes the downward road, To And that rue and wormwood on his pathway thei-e are sowe.l; .4nd-ho walks with pain and doubting, as a host of men have done. Missing ever in the shadows all the glory of the sun; But there's still a consolation for the most astray of n>en; He can go the cross-roads, and in brief, I'm tellina: you. Of my somewhat vagrant journey, that 1 very often do; And so must every man who hopes at last to w-in a prize, For, one and all, we sotnctimcs stray, as haply you surmise;' But there's no road, that leaJeth. down which may not be re traced, , And many a man who jouroiys wrong another way has faced. And still we hold it is a truth, the best of all ve'ken; We can go back to the cross-roads and try the thing again. Nelson Canadian: The editor of the Canadian said to the linotype operator this morning: "Nbw please get down and pray to that machine totlay and get some typo 'jp," Whereupon Smith said: "No, I �ill not pray. I will work. There is too darned much praying done i.'ox 6 roomed brand now house and 2 lots, Bompas St.,..............................$1700. Snap > 6 roomed brand new house and 3 lots, Ford Si..,.....].....,.................$2000, easy terms ; 12 roomed house, barns etc., 4 lots, Ford St.............................................$4000 ; 7 roomed brand new house and 2 lots. Round St........................................$2300 \ 6 roomedtmttnge'and3lots, Oiabb St..............................J.....................$1250 ^>-^MM>ee��$�Me>�....................... OIOlaOTOIOIOIOTOTOIOIOS^^ GEORGE M. HATCH C. R. DANIEL ALBERTA REALTY COMPANY (OFFICES IN SOUTHARt) BLOCK..LETHBRIDGE) GOSSIP ly tic ON THE SIDE Tatikr The liethbridge band ia coming a-long splendidly. The Arst appear -ance in public was made during the fair, and very .many words of praise [-were offered to .J. E. Uarpe/, the accomplished leader, upon the succcs he had met with in u Tew weeks in training the fifteen or sixteen men composing the organization. The city was so crowdid during fair week that the hotels simply could not accomodate the groat crovd. Chief Parry saw a man and his family making a bed for thorn -selves on the vacant land near the Arlington hotel. Aa instance of the wonderful growth of Alberta is told iii figures given by Hov. T. C. Buchanan, superintendent of Methodist missions. Twen. atations in the entire province of AlberU. A triWac ntory of Alberta's (rowth, is4t Bot. � '6m ths best ads Lethl>Hdt{e poasesBMi are th� tr^s around the There is a heap of sense in the following criticism nrade by Dr. Gol-i -win Smith of Toronto: ^'No wonder Votice has been drawn at length to the character of the society columns of our journals. The fuliKiinenesa of the flattery ofTcrcd to women on their personal attractions and the el^fance of their dress is surely being carried beyond all bounds. It cAn hu-dly fail to turn the heads of young ladies, and by flllinK then with extravagant ideas of their own attractions lay up for tJiem disappointments in the fiitu-c. It is not ou the writers that tho responsibility chiefly rests. They are meetiny the demand of the day, and they can hardly help furnisoin>; the adulation for which their fair readers crave more than the miilliner can help furnishing the dress which is in fashion, however absurd it may be. The malady is by no modns peculiar to Canada. Evcrywherethervs rages the same passion for publicity and self-display. In farmer days a-voidance of display and love of privacy were a note of social, grade. Nelson D. C, News. A report comes from Cranbrook that "Scotty' Williamson, who received his first lessons in lacrosse in Nelson, has .started for Toronto and that he will push on toox of Lex-eta * our stoN pleMB. We think they �ro eeit. .Tuet test tteae tooMisome, CMMiy-like UixeUve TeM^t* ftor con-Uiieiian, Mtir etomedi, WllouaaeM, bwd. hretttli, nwiddy complexion, ete.; Risk 5 oentt end sm. Sold 4)y J. D-IliglttbothMB ft Co. y The Calgary Albertan" gives the following account of  the lacrosse match played .here tost Friday between Calgary and Lethbridge: Calgary have the fastest , bun. The brand of* on the field wore somewhat surprisiid to And that they had been desertorl by lloss, vho appeared in a Leth -bridge uniform. Lethbridge expects to meet Calgary for a retJtu K..'i>'� in tho neai* future when the visitors claim they will be in a position t'o place a winning team on the field. Listyour lands with.US. VWfe can show yon we ere eell^^ li you want to buy, see us. Our patrons deal over and over with us, which is evidence of fair dealing. Try us as buyers and \ .---sellers on-- Lands, City Property and Live Stock We will make a specialty of live stock. List anything you have with us, even if but one animal. Will give same atteiition to small deals as we would to large ones: )To:o:o:gkkoto:oioios^^ bTaoToToTo.o.oTo.olOAo.o.oAolo^^'Pj^IoiOAOAO/^^ A Cranbrook despatch to the Nelson Daily News says: The protested lacrosse match between Cranbrook and l�thbridgo, which was to be played oil at Frank on tho 20tii instant, has lieen de -dared oH by A. V. Laing of Frank, president of the Crow's Nest l.a -crosse league, and the game is a-warded to Cranbrook, owing to cor tain defaults on the part of Leth -bridge. The Lcvasseur ccp, there -fore, comes to Cranbrook. Now is tho time for Fred Sharkey to get busy arranging matches between Cranbrook and a genuine Lethbridge team and the Rtjssland and Nelson teams. A match lietwwn the victors would bo worth travelling a long distance to see. CtthWdae Iron RlorlK eo.. Ul Ircb Castings and Machine Wb^ Structural Steel Columns^ SasHweights MILL AND MINE SUPPLIES TRACTION ENGINE REPAIRS I Valves Pipe Bar Iron Miners' Tools ages played excellent ball. Thursday night's game like that oC Wcrovinco and bring the north and snitth^ into rlnsor touch* on. 'he field of sport. The people of Ljth- (Contibtipd on page 8.) " ""' ., ' /' ' Two things play a conspicuous part in all 'matrimonial functions, the Marriage License and the Wedding; Ring. We are pleased to provide both for a consideration. Two styles of rings, the Tiffany, or English,and the American. Both are handsome and appropriate styles. The cost depends on the weight of the ring, and they are in 10, 14 and 18 carat. We make a specialty of these rings and we invite inspection. R. A. WRIGHT The JgweLeb 'JMM.........mi Barnes & Co. REAL ESTATE and GENERAL. AGENTS OHICf'SMWii Floer Ssttharl Ikck Post Office Box 3 Telephone No. laa Michel now  has three' hanks, the Commerce, Hoipo and Hamilton. ;