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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 30, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta UTHBR1DGB HERALD were ri it BUCHANAN of SUBSCRIPTION V n year t 1 rj f A v 1 i ADVERTISING Inch WATCI Lethbridge Orow now that t ratepayers have shown the the slwet pul ujj the ley the newspapers bought Tlwy represont trie Light the shareholders the flour juiii and Im onto their wore nvorely hixngiug around waiting for sonubody to buy them up ami put this yam in to see if ii wouldnt start adollar bill towards theii own for oi satisfying those the Herald can say far as it is that uot oie person ever nsked it to sup port any of the The roa son easily Leth bridge at leiist vhose who aw not living in the past ages know the Horakl strongly in favo of every movement for Lethbridge u the first WB waul a ent judge herck and we dont low a fill tlw bill MJtter than StuaiL who one of the ablest lawyers in A i good sound senseto support all the j Wo supported the bylaws 1 that were submitted to that account nnd we wil them last continue advocating every projec Tbe endorsatson ofihese tueuures that will Ijcihbridgc marks eoinniencement of the in dustrial era in our history k and from now on must rank as one of the manufacturing centres of offers exceptional op portunities to which will be when natural gas is All that is necessary now isto iget the flour mill and woolien mill iu soon other industries will locate here anl avail themselves of the facilities this city The vote on the bylaws swas some what The nieasure that seemed most likely to aseet slntnir the woollen MUL stooki to the while boring which municipal ownership of both electric light if gas was dki not necessitate luo city spending one cent in boring operat had the smallest we believea to uiore n anything There is an community that poss in their adislike for Foa who is sucoeedisg a nuat together likely most of the votes cast against all the by Tnat No Ilip Van Bleeps for us The Calgary Herald terms uo Fielding a fallen idol cause he Wus unseatel as number fo owing to corrupt acts by an is aot a fallen any He was not implic either by or auth in the bribery that prac T1UIEI Iol was to JWMH ie enterprise that is to bo found i the anaUTmy of souw of its ivsi i3ie streets would soon IM with To Sale nd Sale The majorities for the bylaws were mphatic enough to prove that Lothbridge ixople fuvor Xovi watch Lethbridgo the industrial centre of The knockers will soon be knocked out of inteivst was foslod in the vote on the bylaws last rlday and a large number of payers turned out to cast their bal During the rtay certain existed amongst supjwrters of flour mill und gas boring as io tluir but these ivmoved whon the ballots wfrv cou it IH and it van all the Jaws had Ixwi carried by The votes woiv as follows NATURAL AS Fon Against He is too clean a public to be identified any such prac liut Fielding may have over zealous who not even pay attention to his cbiri mand Keep it As a mat ter of though much to the dis grace of our political very few inen might make a little the success of the several en The broad miinied view the welfare of Lethbridge was not The growth and progress of Lethbridge soon nrnbe this class a nonentity in the community and the city will possess a united to advance the city and its B We believe the endorsation of these bylaws will very quickly result in the rapid development of It will convince outsiders that the people of have confidence in the ftitlire of this country and the natural resources at our very Capital will be invested here in other for capitalists believe in placing their monej in city that possesses citizens who are alive and Leth bridge if any elections In are conducted without being made to bribery The ever nmy not in leases are aware of the corrupt on that is used in their bo Fielding1ms simply keen re flatlessy pursued by his opponents Jiis that his jfreat strength in Scotia might be But ot one bLt of evidence given during he implicates Fieldpg recordis lean twlay as it ever The Calgary Herald muss get thai the Conservatives did not consider Sir John Macdonald and Sir John Cariing idols af ter theelection exposures in King Ltithhrkigc likinkcts and ilour will soon be ou the To tlve people who conscientiously voted against the no one can offer but the grumpy who marked their ballots a gainst just Iwcausc they were afraid somebody else may a ought to move to The city would be far better ot without llobson possesses one of the finest properties in the lie has displayed great tnste in the plant ing of trees and shrubs and in a few years he will have a lawn that will be the envy of most of our is just as fine as anyin Southern Xo won der the judges gave him the ofterod by Whit the best collection of trees Majority for bylaw FLOUU MILL For IOC Against 28 Majority for bylaw MILL BYLA For 105 LA808 Woolen Floyr Gas and Divisional Point all ComingWatch Real Estate Flutter 2 comer Kedputti and Bownfau t corner Foul 4 loU Glyn 12 Ernst 2 of the Uat located lots in River each 5 Redpatlv one eorner 3 lots ou Redpath one corner 6 lots each 2 lots one corner each 10 Bartlett rented for per easy terms C roomed brand new house and 2 Bdmpus Snap 6 roomed brand new house and 3 lotaFord easy terms 12 roomed baras 4 Ford roomed brand nqw house and 2 Round 0 roomed cottage and 3 Crabb 4 roomed cottage and 2 6 roomed cottage and 3i Argyle 1 roomed solid brick Round 7 roouiCu solid brick house Round 10 roomed Bouipas in the thrifti cultivation and eilectiveness of display to be The Herald the prize u lust gave to another person and we make the correction Several Ontario schools didnt op en at the first of The reason is theydidnt ofTer salaries large enough to induce teachers to accept positions with These schools deserve to tic until the ratepayers are to whack up a decent income for the If any class deserves to foe paid well it is the men and women who have the education oi the DOVS and girls of thVcountry in their Against 27 Majority lor 78 General satisfaction was expressed at the result desire of pro gressive ciifrens that the bylaws bhould carry in order that Leth bridge should sjet a good start as an industrial centre was Boring for gas is supposei fo com mence within two mouths after the adoption orthe bylaw and in all liklihood will start sooner than The feeling in the city gen eral that a good flow of gas will be The Woo J Jen mill may be ation in A site will be secured us soon as possible the building 01 the factory immediately The removal s the plant from Medici no11 at will not take place until the factory is ready for The Bowman Agency LETHBRIDGE ALBERTA GEORGE HATCH ston nnd the latter electj oh being one of the cfookedest brought to light in EDITORIAL NOTE Last Friday wasnt an If it had been the bylaws would not have We hope that the Electric Light Christmas gift to Lethbridge will be a with a big flow of The late Archdeacon of left instructions that thecost of for his fun eral not to exceed He was always opposed to display at funerals and it be hopni the example he has set will be more generally Many have not the means to pay their debts have no hesitation in spending ridiculous suras upon the death of 3Xonday celebrated through out and the United States as Labor It is a day that can be observed by every class in the years end t the we all labor in difleren lines of Probably the da more significance to the men who are employed in These men have become a mighty force i the They have united and to day class is stronger in numbers than the Unions are being organized in every town and village of the the very object in view of protecting ihe Very few people are bigoted ami narrow mint ed to dispute the right of trades unions to The labor ing men are as much justified in unit ing for their as the cap italists who favor trusts and com bines to keep up put out of existence the small con As long as labor unions are guided by intelligent ex istence will be but once they the instruments oi sel fish and dishonorable to gain ends that are they will u be a curse to the Many of the labor exist to day could have been avoided if in telligence and foresight had been Too many labor leaders pos sess the insane idea that a strike must take place regularly or the world will not kaow they are For our part the labor leader who is intelligent awd able enoughHo avoid a and still gain assistance for his fellow men is the best friend labor The null policy which demands that everything we ask must be granted or we will strike is a It must always be remembered the ployer has rightsaswell as the and it will be happy when employees and employers sit down together and settle their amicably by the give and take resorting to No man deserves a holiday better than He is a lire less He does not limit his labor to any number of but works while there is work to The Herald trusts he will have real good holiday iu his old haunts in Nova It is up to Medicine Hat to devote a couple of columns and a few anon ymous letters to tell us how fool to carry the Woollen ish we were Mill Our governorgeneral is going to spend a couple of months in the Well bet he would like to live out here all the forOt tawa is an awfully slow place com pared vhh the progressive Toronto SaturdayNight A good deal of amusement was the people in Queens Park this week by arrival from on the hottest of the days we have been of a large containing exhibits for British Medical As The huge box was covered vith printed labels urg ing care in the spicuous and numerous amongwhich were printed in type and read Keep Free From Frosts The remarks of the sweating pprters and ssengers they conveyed thecase to its destination are said to huve it is have bought a Probably they have run short oil one pretty nearly melted the paste the This incident leads to speculate as to how many of the vfsiting doctors Brought furs in DRILL Arranged for at School Board Meet iner v A regular meeting oi the Board of Education was held on Monday for positions on leaching staff were read Miss Emma Miss Miss Josephine Somervjlle and Louise Long wrote regarding soine necessary the Westminster Johnston moved that the Board ask the Bell Telephone to install two one at the Central School and one at West minster at rate of each per annum and if the figure s not acceptable to the Bell Telsphoie to let the matter This Nimmoris said that in view of the fact that the Union Bank of Canada have a the eity accounts the School busi ness with the Canadian Bank jf CommerceThis was dvcideci to reengage E Ov land as drill inspector at the same Services be for Septenv ber and drill competition between the different roomn at the public school take place on the first Saturday in Oc Furnished DANIEL ALBERTA REALTY COMPA1MY OFFICES IN SOUTHAHD LETHBKIDGE i List your lauds with We can show you that we are II you want to see Our patrons deal over and over with which U evidence of fair Try us as buyers and v Gty Property and Live Stock We will make a specialty ot live List anything you have with even if but one anirnalr give same attention toxsuiall deals as we would to large Iron Works Iron Castings and Machine Work Structural Steel Sashweights MILL AND MINE SUPPLIES TRACTION ENGINE REPAIRS Valves Pipe Bar Iron Miners Tools WEEKLY MAHKET the Manchester of Get rid of the weeds on the streets you will have a hun dred fold more next What about that Curfew or any in that will keep the boys and girls off the streets at These pvoning up and our streets arc doing the youngsters a harm than Winnipeg Telegram of eastern press aspersions on the TJor morisV TCditdr Elton of CarflstonV has published a defence of his nunterous instances of Morn ion thrift ami Monnon progress to prove the falsity references to the Jf there has ever been any object ion to the adherents of this faith among the people who are familiarwith their tenets and it has never been toward thti ami the chairman ann act as Rowman was granted leave of absence for one Miss will act as treasurer during his A resolution was passed vigorous lllatin the principal and staff upon the satisfactory showing hy the schools during thelast v ii FIIEGMAX PRESIDENT byBater find mainten Because devoted a lot of space to urging the nctepay ors to support the bylaws last wtck few of the this city most and rank as active members oi the Knockers white on There is a class Canada who persistently shout that this country should to th ance of the British Sir physician to King Kd in a speech at Toronto the other gave a set back to this movement by asserting that Can was doing more to strengthen the Empire by developing her rs sources than by spending money sn IRC construction of A pctrlion will likely noxr go forth to King Bdward froru the army navy praying for Sir The election of such a capable and successful business man as Free man as presidrmt of the Woollen will he sure to increase the faith of Jjethbridge in this con No one in Lethbridge would ob that Stuart was to be apiOintecJ conduct as farmers and and professional Al bert has been peopled mons and agriculture promo bv under conditions i lo discourage any but the h ir It the Same in Of thft Lethbridge Woollen Mill At a nweting of the directors of the Woollen Mill Freeman and Our cable today uoted Ontarios 11 to 11 Ranchers 9i toc 10J This shovs the market firm at last weeks The local market for butcher cut tle completely numbers being on market for sate each 5est butchers Middling steers to 3 Cows 2j to Shippers of butcher cattle can ex pect low prices fjom now liETIIUIJlDGliCRICKET tj wore elected local as in The sect y tho 3nder the hardships entailed conquest of a new Brigham Youngs followers okl JVishop Cards followers have accomplished in There are conving Patteson went to rfcxt on of whon all to hy McPherson with the shanholters were j The following resolutions were passed To a change iii the name of hecompany to the Iethhritige Woollen Mills To aAithori7R 1 he issvrC of pncfefcnce to ihe amount of shares to be subject to the de rc Rtcck already mpntiorswl Ihe holders of these preference shares to havea tirstcharge upon he net pro fits of the company of 5 per for four years and in addi t ion t o to witk Ihe holders of in the balance of the and at the oxpiralion of said period of four associate of expremier Havltain in to become ordinary share practice at is to be from law nor of is ed as The Cricket Club have arranged match and going j Monday and attendoti a meeting I thfirc to pjay on Monday j the Metlicine Tfat Woolkn Day I following nave iecri S to represent TxtWridgc difterences of opinion thi al aspect of hut it v 11 difficult to convince the Udl of that the Mormons urc excellent ami Antlers nine WOOD MAY 1JR Kirkj ham MJ OTXnneu Mock1 Any member of the Club who wish es toaccompany the will notify the so that a cheap railway rate can be obtain j is deputy attor neygeneral and former proiossionnl There will a practice match on Saturday at and all I are rcqitcsted to le on ground at that that can contmcRced sharp on Made for Northwest Wear Stanfields Uiwlirinkable Un derwear IA planned and knitted especially for Northwest It lefies the worsfbliraanl that comes down from the Klondyke you snug and no matter how low the Staofidfs Uoshrinkable Underwear is silky Nova Scotia wool the shrink taken Itisknitted in all comfortablyw fit every amiholds its no matter how often garment is guaranteed a isolate y nsh rs You can see the Prevailing Jewelry Styles If you will step into oiir store any of these We manage to keep track of all the new gather the best of them for our own use and If we lived in the biggest city in the we would not be in any closer touch with the manufacturers W heir they get anything we are sure to hear of whats worthy finds a place in our show casesr Among some recent arriv als are in LADIES RINGS This is about the daintiest show ing we have ever asked the ladies Its impos sible to itwill please ns immensely to Cave the ladies become WRIGHT THE i Archdeacon Langtry of ToronJ to is The following officers Other Magrath The figures of MngrjUhR ion given to the Pionoerby Census are as follows Village Rural ToUl wcnderful ttuneral discovery is from A new vein was located weeks j thirteen inchts wide when first Tt has sincebeen uncover ed nnd followedfor a distance of thirty and hasj gradually wid ened until on Friday it had reached five A huge 800 pounds in was taken f Barnes Co REAL ESTATE and GENERAL AGENTS Pest Office 3 TtUphone 122 Council nioets Tuesday ;