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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 23, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta PubU*htf� i i, it* WOK VP. A. tVOlARAll saBSCMPTIOH. n Adv�UO�  (11,50 � ysar 0.h�rwtM  13.00 * ys�* ADVERTISING; Pat Month  1.00 Psr Inch VOTE FOR THE IYUWS. That Is tho Herald's last word to the ratepayers prior to voting to* morrow. lx>thbrldgv, If It li to becoma an industrial centre, muii start atones to get Industrie*. To-morrow fives e filled up with prosperous and contented farm.-rs. Watch now and sec if it isn't. Knock the knockers on the with a hammer. head HHTOttAL HfTES. Vote for the by-laws tomorrow. "Watch I�thbrldg* Grow': the bylaws pass. after This country would to well rid .if knockers, gopuers, mosquitoes and (lies, but tho greatest curse of the bunch are the knockers. If Lethbridge is a good enough place to lUe in, it is surely good enough to boost. If you can't rustle for your own city, you hail 'letter "skidoo." Lcthhrldge ought to have a poultry fattening station. There is no better climate on thu face of the earth for poultry than southern Alberta: right about Lethbridge. ton. We ought to lw aide to raise enough poultry and eggs to supply the British Columbia markets ut least. In Kunsus millions of dollars aro made each year out of poultry. Why can't we bit tha money making trail in the same line too? rush Lethbridge to the front. �. Strathcona will go Into paroxysms of dt light over the suggestion of the Toronto Globe that Strathcona and Kdmonton will soon be united as other that they can hardly hold the one city. They are so fond of each wedding off a day longer. GOSSIP ON THE SIDE y tht Titlkr Don't put a weight upon L*lh  bridge's advancement by defeating any of the by-laws. A woollen mill and a flour mill will give us tho right to claim' that lcthbridge is a manufacturing city. t'ould we ask for a better adver -tisomcnt than Lethbridga woollen goods nnd lcthbridge flour belag sold on the Cunadian market? The wool produced iu Alberta vil be used to make blankets to w�P Alberta warm. Tito discovery of natural pa* means cheaper tight, fuel and powor _ a big inducement for people to locate !�re. Electors, in your hands rests the industrial development of f�thbrid�i� Don't black It, b> opposing any ol the IsV-laws. If Medicine Hat property is as ral- The lcthbridge band is coming a-long splendidly. The first appear  ante in public nun made during the fair, and vury .many words of praiso -were offered t� J. E. Harper, l.he accomplished leader, upon tho succes ho had tiMtt with in u few weeks in training the fifteen or sixteen men composing the organization. The city was so crowded during fair week thut the hotels simply could not accomodate the great crovd. Chief I'urry saw a man and his family making u l>ed for them  selves on the vacant land near the | Arlington hotel. An instance of tho wonderful grow? th of Alberta is told in figures given by llov. T. C. Buchanan, superintendent of Methodist missions. Twenty years ago the Methodist church had six stations in Alberta end part of Saskatchewan. In the next ten years the number had increased to 17. Now there are 170 stations in the entire province of Alberta. A striking story of Alberta's growth, is jt not. On* of the best ads Lethbridge possesses srs tht trees around the Did you notice at the fair the magnificent display of \ogetables raised by tho Chinese market ganl -encrs. We may belittle the Chinaman as much as we like, but he has many a while man trimmed to a fin ish on the science of gardening. One would not wish to see finer vj^et aides than the Celestials oxhlbiloi. llack lo school again. What memories that sentonco brings back. It was a mighty sad day that first do after tho summer vacation. The holidays seemed so short, and how we envied the older people who didn't have to go to school, but could d and takes the dowuward ro.id. To find that rue und wormwood on his pathway there are sowed; And ho walks with pain and dou>t Ing, as a host of men have iIjiiu, Missing ever in the shadows all the glory of the sun; Hut there's still a consolation for tho most astray of men: Ho can go buck to the cross-roads. and In brief. I'm tolling you. Of my somewhat vagrant Journey, that I very often do; And ho must every man who hopes at last to win a prize. For, one and all. we sometime* stray, as haply you surmise; Hut there's no road that lea.loih down which may not l*> r>. traced, And many a man who Jourmys wrong another way has fuced. And still we hold It is a truth, ihe best of all re ken; We can go back to tho cross-roads and try tho thing aguln- There Is a heap of sense in the following critic sm made by Dr (loll -win Xmith of Toronto: ^JJo wonder Viol ire has been drawn at length to the character of the society columns of our journals. The fulsomeness of the flattery offered to women on their personal uttrartions and the ologance of their dress Is surely being carried beyond all bounds. It can hardly fall to turn tho heads of young ladies, and �y filling them with extravagant ideas of their own attractions luy up for them disappointments in the futu-o. It is not on the writers that tho responsibility chiefly rests. They are meeting the demand of the day. and they can hurdly help furnlsuing the adulation for which their fair readers crave more than the milliner can help furnishing tho dress which is In fashion, however at surd it may be. The malady is by no me ins peculiar to Cunudu. .Hverywherethure rages tha same passion for publicity and self-display. In former days n-voidunce of display and love of privacy wero a note of aociul grude."> As an illustration of how they "do" things In Winuipeg wo qiute from the Tribune: "A farmer in the Winnipeg dW  trlct, concluding that he could make more money in tho real estate unxi-ness than In farming, canto into the elty a tow days ago to trade his farm for lots. He went into a real ostuto oillco und iiupiiivd: "llnvo you uny lots that you will trado for a furm?" Sure.' replied the real es tute man: 'jump into my automobile and I will show them to you." and starting at a 40-mile-un-hour gait he found the farmer quite chatty for a time, and then, all at once ho be came quiet. Arriving at the lots they got out and the ngont said pointing to tho land, 'there aro the lots; now where is your land?' " 'Oh' repliod the farmer, 'We passed it threo miles back.' " PRESS GRINDING! Saskatoon Phoenix: Jesso James, .Jr., Is now a full fledged lawyer. An inherited Instinct, probably. Winnl|m>g Tribune:-Wb, when Dave Phillip saw that sprinkling carl on Main Htrcel this morning, "LoAd mo to It," says he. "Load me to it. lot me feel it with me,own fair hands, before itho vision fades." And the spectators wiped their eyes with their elbows. Toronto Telegram: Tho Ontario Hallway Commission, |n>r Mr. A. II Ingram. Is In doubt us to lis power to Inforcu a two cent a mile rate upon thc� tween Calgary and Lethbridge: Calgary huvu tho fastest bunou seen hetv this year and certa.uly iiuidc. Lethbridge go the limit. Thu home team has the usaistuieo of ititchiu of llcdicino Hut, Irciue of Tutwr undlioss of Culgary, and without those strong outsiders would huvu certainly met their wuterloi. The brand of lacrosse up to hull timo wus such as limy only be seen in the big leugues, but lack of condition wus clearly seen iu the latter stages of the guinu. The visitors left Calgary with u full line-up, but when ready to go oil the ti.-ld were somewhul surprised to find that they hud l.ecn deserted by I toss, v ho uppcured in a lcthbridge uniform. Leihlu'idge expects to meet Cul gury for u utjia g^.'n.> in the nou1-future when the visitors claim they will lie in a position tit place a wui-ulug team on tho field. * A Cranbrook desputch to the Nelson Daily News says: The protested lacrosse match be. twees Cranbrook und Lethbridge, which was to lie played off ut Frank on thu UHtq instant, has Isjon Je  clured oil by A. V. Lalng of Frank, president of the Crow's Nest li -criiKso league, and tho guuui is a-wurded to Cranbrook, owing to cer tain defaults on thu part of leth -bridge. The Ix�vnn8eur rep, thuro -fore, comes to Craubrook. Now is tho time for Fred Sharkey to get busy arranging matches be tween Cranbrook und a genuine Lethbridge team and the Ktutsltitul und Nelson teams. A match between the victors would be worth travel -ling a long distance to see. The Caledonians of Calgary defeated lyncher Creek in the second round of tho Association Football Leuguo series. The Cricket Club expects to un -gage in a match with Vincher Croek at 1'lncher Creek on Labor Day. Lolhbridgo only won one game of tho series of threo contests with tho fast Kalispell, Montana, nine. Tho win was nstdo on Friday morning and was only brought about after a red hot battle, in which the 9�v Snaps in Real Estate 2 of the best located lota in Riverviow..............................................$tH5 cnoh 5 lots on Redpntli (one corner lot)...................................................$1000 t 3 lots on Redpath (one corner lot.......................................................$450 % Clots "...............................................................1125 ench 2 lots " (one corner lot)..................,..............................$100 each 10 lots and buildings, Bartlett St., rented for 115 per mouth....................92500 easy terms � 6 roomed brand new house nnd 2 lots, Bom pas 8t................................$1700. Snap 6 roomed brand new house and 3 lots, Ford St................................$2000, easy terms 12 roomed house, barns etc., 4 lots, Ford St.............................................$4000 7 roomed brand new house and 2 lots, Bound St,........................................$2300 G roomed oottnge'and 3 lots, Orabb St....................................................$1250 4 roomed cottage and 2 lots, Argyle St...........,.............................'........$1200 6 roomed cottago and 3| lots, Argylo St................................................$2100 7 roomed solid brick house, Round St..................................................$2500 7 roomed solid brick house Round St..................................................$3000 10 roomed house, ttompas St......,.....'.......................7.... 3.................$2900 Call and look over our large list of city property The c. B. Bowman Agency INSURANCE AND LOAN LETHBRIDGE ALBERTA I GEORGE M. HATCH C. R. DANIEL | ALBERTA REALTY COMPANY 1 (OFFICES IN SOUTHARD BLOCK,.LETHBRIDGE) i List your lands with.us. We can show you that we are selling. II you want to buy, see us. % g Our patrons deal over and over with us, which is evideuce of fair dealing. Try us as buyers and { ----sellers on--� Lands* City Property and Live Stock g We will make a specialty of live stock. List anything you have with us, even if but one animal, gjj Will give same attention to small deals as we would to largo ones. aao;oToIoToMQ>rfSGf)t Ltd. Iron Castings and Machine Work Structural Steel Columns, Sashweights MILL AND MINE SUPPLIES TRACTION ENGINE REPAIRS Valves Pipe Bar Iron Miners' Tools i 2 :i .....S 2 3 ....a o o i a � l t �>-12 a i o- 7 Kaliti|*ell .. lcthbridge Sunnarj*--! buse hits, Kulispell, 0; Oulhbridgv 10. 2 tiutm hitN, l.'ruv.-n� Siuu>n�, t.'orlKjtt; \i Uuhu lilts, Jhu-Ulinger, Andorson, Corbet I. Huso on bullH, off Cravens I. oil Cornell i. Struck'out, by Cruvvus a, by Cur-boll 1. I uipiro I'ress Honk. Tho teuirm wsre: Kttlii�|k>ll-Stonor. k.k,, Augwojd ab., VuntusHell 2b.. iKeiuingur e. f.. IVieison c. Cravenw p., IIuukIi r t . Soulu If.. Spunnouth lb. If thbritlgo.-Itarbur ill.., I la i ley 2b. SintouH k.k., F. Amleihim c.f., t'ou  noil v.. C4>rlj�-tt p.. Uh� lb., Pier son I i.. Jleuuett r.f., Kenny r.f. In Friday's nmtch tho Kulis|Ndl team wan unchanged, but Uith-hridgu lined up with Tommy SlinotiH on third. Harbor in left field, I. Andorson In the pitchers box, Um in right fluid. F. Andorson ut short und Corbett at first. Tho nvttrv wiih: 1 2 3 -1 5 � 7 8 '.'� Kall�pell ............1 O00O000 0-1 Lolhbridgo .........0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 i-Jl Huiniiutry-KaliR|>elt 0, uahbrid^e 11; 3 base hits SimoiiK, liuiley; !l buso hits, Uurlx-t. IbiKOH on bulls, off llnush 2. off Andi-rson I. St ruck-out by Itatudt 7. by Anderson .*>. Double pluys Augwood to Vunluxsell to Cravens; A'antaKsoll to Cravens. I'nipjro Houk. A two-psso hit by liuiioy In tho fifth won tho gums for Mthbndjo, as It brought iu tho two winning runs. LOTHBRIDGE WI.V9 FUQM OAT.. OAnv. Tfts^saJijbUioij game botwoen Cal  gury und Lethlnidge pluyed on ttui now ulhlolic grounds on ThurHdiiy Iuhi, reKidtetl iu a v in for tho homo team by u score of live to one, Calgary were unfortunate, in not having Ihu uKKiHlnnce of CurliNK, I'.ey-iioIiIh, ljiug, I'owolt und (Uruhain, live of their regular teuiik, who were unable to accompany theia to Uuhbridgo. This weukonod their lineup considerably, und there is io doubt but thut tho lacroHso en  IhutiiuMlH would huvu been trouted to a hotly contested exhibition, had tln-Ne pluvers been in their rogulur pluccK. As it was. tho game was not at all slow, the beta of fooling prevailing throughout thu ontirs gume The HrKt locals tallied 2 moro, Fruser and ItosN gtdtlng tho eounts. Tho Until score being lcthbridge .1, Calgnry I. The Calgary defence with tho nil-dition of Iteyuolds thbriilgo would liko to i soj u provincial league comprising . tbnms from Kdmonton, Strathcona, | Calgary, and I-ethbridyo and pos -| slbly Medicine Hat. A league of this j kind if consiunatod. would foster I Canada's groat national game In i this nrovinro and bring the north | anil south into closer tnuchi on