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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 13, 1905, Lethbridge, Alberta /hi u r 1 >3E HERALD 'AfcSON * BENNETT : A. S. BISNNETT LttCA L INDUSTRY B. SIMPSON no place in the present quarters lo install thorn. Bui right after tin* Ant of your thn cc.uliUons will ^ p^,^., Excelfelll"Pftptr Arrangements are being; * � r to Board of Trade It -Vl1 ver Month ****** 'Wry r-* � -'A'1" ADVERTISING: $1.00 Per Inch THE BOARD OF TRADE. perfected by which the Herald will ort in his undertak- There is little oi; no money in bnsimss men u�g. it for him, and tlu fortunate in this should give him every eneourage- Lethbrklge is The writer was present at I meat. respect. a meeting of the Lethbridge board of trade at a recent gathering and ho waa more than pleased with the manner in which matters of inter-est to the town were handled. Any man should be able to buy a seat ticket for Lethbridge in the rule of the CP. It. Th s lee pei", against such a proposition is an tin- unjust discrimination against the town. Lethbridge is not a whistling station. Those in attendance wei e representative business men of the town, men who are willing and ready to spend their time and their money to advance the interests of Lethbridge. And in this connection it might be said that when men of this character take hold of mutton of imprest to thv tow,,. t]>.> | (^h.K\,{ ,1(1 (,(|tirt, ,, people have reason to extend con This town would extend a most cordial welcome to the Canadian Northern. The tonnagt for a branch of this road and it would prove to be one of the best is here Lethbridge. geographically, commercially, etc. This is nothing new to the most of us but it is gratifying to know that it is apparent on the surface. It is also most satisfactory to note the attitude which our two papers are taking in respect of advancing the claims of Lethbridge, 1 would like for a few moments to draw attention to the possibilities of the town for manufacture. The question is a large one. and 1. can hoi>e to do no more than to just point out a few leaders which can be followed up in diseti&sion which 1 trust you will give to this most important question. To begin with, what is local industry; of what benefit is it to a town, or, coining nearer home, of what benefit has it been to our town � Loca I iudiist ry may be said to be the development of natural resources for the common good; it increases population by bringing in skilled lal>or which naturally is of benefit to all business men. and 1 think I can safely that without local industry Uoost Lethbridge. .Don't boom Xobodv wants a boom. We gratulations to themselves. History of towns like Lethbridge i it. Lfis demonstrated the fact that if | want only a legitimate growth, people take hold and wor!* for the advancement of the town, success is bound to follow. This has been shown in towns r.U over Canada and also in the States. Lethbridge situated in this re-h destined to be a or she is peculiarly spect. She great commercial centn is bound to be virtually a whistlinu It all depends ujxni ihe If thev Sheridan said that war was hades. So is Kussia at this time. The days of the inquisition pale into insignificance when one reads the tales of horror from that coun- �- I rv. station. >rovinct people of Lethbridge. want the best town in tin or the second or third best town, it depends entirely upon themselves. In any government in the world, with any corporation in the country, those who ask will get the most. It is up to Leth1:;^:-.* just now to She is en- Lethbridge has reason to feel proud of her female population. The ladies of this town are intelli- gent. good natural and what is more they are good looking. Remember the poor when you are thinking a taut Christmas presents. The well off will always be remembered. It is the l>oor tiiikVftmi keep asking. who are forgotten at Yuletide. titled to much, but she will get only that which she insists upon. Other towns have ambition, and they will be making their showing and the new government must be controlled by the representations made. It is up to the people of by reporting from time to time to the Board of Trade and obtaining their eo-oi>oratton in tlu* endeavor. We can, in my opinion, suni>ort a flour mill at Lethbridge. 1 am not sure but that a meat packing industry would do well here. This industry, it seems to me, would offer a solution of the present beef trouble, bring better prices to the rancher than he is getting now and such industry Would bring in its train numerous others for the consumption of the by-products, such for instance, as a tannery, and if a tannery, why not a bxit and shoe factory, and so on ad lib. It seems to me the proper way to arrive at anl wherever practicable establish such manufactures ourselves as our natural resources permit of and such a project ought to receive the favorable consideration of our business men at large. Flour and sugar for instance* are manufactur-tnl in the Lethbridge district. We ought to ask the question when we sit down toa m nt. is this Havmond Hour and Raymond sugar, and if not. why not? Make a home application. Why send fo Timothy Katon wlu-n we can get it here. Smoked meats come from Winning, Hamilton and Chicago; can mil meats from the greut American packinghouses and it would seem at first sight to be inconsistent with our local development for us to send our live beef to Chicago and get it back in tin cans labelled Armours, Cndahy. and eating the contents of tin* jans here with considerable relish because the can bears an American label. If it is thought well to appoint such i committee as 1 speak of, it striuld be composed of workers and men who are prepared to give the matter some though . I have not any time to lose but I should deem it a privilege to act on such a committee. Timid individuals may sec difii-culties and no doubt they will present themselves, but it is for citizens to carve out the future of We want 79 real live Boys to Fill 79 Suits As we do not want Dead Stock after Christmas. The Mason & K.iach Piano js eoneeded by all e�anpeUrni judges to be the highest grade* of Pianos made in Canada, v If interested, call and let us show you the goods. Sold on easy terms to suit your purse. Showroom at the u2 Macs." B. J. OANN D18TKICT AGENT ? WE ADVISE EVERYONE* TO GET THEIR XMAS. H. L. Stephens Matt Rockcndorf WORRIES OVER FOR RELIEF CALL AT When you como to the Metropolis stay at the G 1 ohnston What Lethbridge wants to succeed in is an increase in the working imputation. Payrolls make towns, not fine mansions and society circles. The laboring man is the baek- Lethbridge to demand their rights. U>ne of any country. It is his in- and if that is done jjersistently, dustry and his wealth creating intelligently and fairly. LHhbridge labor that brings prosperity to any will have no trouble in securing eommunil.v. say there would have been no town of Lethbridge. The establishment and development of the coal industry is Leth- bridge's primary claim toexistence anil an. industry operating along the same hues is the best tor any town. First, in that it gives a cheap product for home consumption; second, it gives steady employment to many men. and thirdly, most of the product is sold to outside points, thus bringing in money to the town for greater development. We have a brick company which employs 25 to S.W men steadily 7 months in the year; the brewery employs 10 men and the iron works 12 men. 1 nfention these specially as they are operating; along the same lines making a specially of outside trade, thus briuging in money from outside points for use in our town, whereas our electric light plant, sash and door factory, blacksmith shops, etc., look after our home wants and conserve our spending for these commodities within the town limits. Lethbridge has been particularly fortunate in the success attending the local industries within the past two or thiee years. We hear that all are laying well; none suflering | meeting to co-operate with them in the movement of rc-ehristning Fail Wheat under the name of Alberta. Fall Wheat which -had its begin- Lethbridge, or our rights will be Usurped by others. As an example of what may happen, [ might quote the action of the Calgary Board of TnukMii calling on this Board of Trade at our last that which is naturally her own. A board of trade properly constituted and managed with a spirit of progress that will pro..- a potent factor in the upbuilding of the town. Long life and increased Lethbridge today is the most talked of town in Southern Alberta. There is a time in the tide of towns as well as men. if taken at its llood leads on to fortune. activity to the of Trade. Lethbridge Board Public ownership of utilities is a uood slogan for any community. PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS. feel proud of her ncwsi>u])ers There must he within the next | There is not a province in Canada few years several institutions of a public nature built in Alberta. | this respect. These institutions will be located at different places in the province. Lethbridge does not ask or expect more than her share, but that much financial loss. 1 have heard on good authority that this is not the ease in some old towns within easy reach of ourselves, and 1 attribute I uig in the West in the Lethbndgt our success to the strict attention (district at a point not more than bo miles South of us on our Irrigation Company's and adjoining lands is recognized, adopted and re-christened by a body oi men 110 miles north of us. Tins is an example of what may be done in our directions by those who are alert to seize clear headed and sensible set of | every opening to push their district or town or natural advantages. in conclusion L might suggest as a motto for our consideration when opportunity offers "If we do not take it, somebody else wiir and this, with "Watch Lethbridge paid to the development of the industries by their directors and managers in all cases, good management and business instinct being prime necessities. 1 may be permitted to say further that Lethbridge can 1 >onst of a particularly thoroughly trained newspaper man being nppointiil associated press she* is entitlJdto and must have. nt Uilgury is as preposterous Any action taken in this matter as it would be to ap^mt a rancher should be along intelligent lines. Let the people get together and decide what they are in all fairness entitled to and then let the work Eternal vigileuce will begin. prove to be the price of progress from this time on in Lethbridge. Those who have the go-ahead spirit must be the ones who should be drafted into act be service. This is no time for drones. Lethbridge has her grand opt>urtimity now, and the people must take advantage of it. There will be one big town in Southern Alberta. Will that be Lethbridge? That depends solely and entirely iq*on the peopl Editorial Notes. Watch Lethbridge grow. IS Mr. Cunningham's paper worth reading by every resident of Lethbridge. Now is the time to grow. business men. Such being the case, 1 consider that all we need is combination for the attainment of any object, and literally speaking a Alberta as a whole has reason to | ^ big slice of the earth can be ours. We have seen that local industry has been the foundation and can that can make a better showing in ) be made one of the main development causes of our town. To continue, Montreal is a manufacturing The idea of a man who is not a I centre and is well and justly termed the commercial metropolis of Canada, and 1 might add the manufacturing metroi>oli8. Why is it so. if it is not that in its cheap fuel and water ways, power can be developed at the minimum of cost. Toronto and Hamilton have been for years bitter rivals for supremacy the Torontouian looking on the "ambitious city" with a certain amount of good natured amusement at its endeavor to compete, but we hi id that Hamilton has made such strides in manufactures of kite us to cause Toronto to look about for is t heir business every day and they [ herself, us a result of which, a lot make a success of it. The Calgary grow/1 should make a pretty good combination for our guidance. CHURCH UlRttlOkY. divisional superintendent of ii railway, or a divisional su]m.,rintendent manager of a big cattle ranch. Mr. D'lihisisn good man in his position but if he wants to do the best for All�erta let him select some man from one of tlu* dailies of Calgary to gather the news. That CATHOLIC CHUHCH. Sunday Services:- Low mass, h.30 a. ui.; high mass, U.UU., vespers, 7,30 p. m. Daily Serwees;- Mass ti.au a. m. Father Van Tigheai. ST. AUGUSTINE'S C11UUCH. (Anglican.) Rev. J. S. Olivers, A. K. C, Hector. Kev. David Jones, 14.A., Asbistanl. Sundays:- Matins at 11.00 a. m. Sunday School at 3.00 p. m Evensong at 7.30 p. in. Celebration of Holy Communion:-* 1st Sunday in the mouth at lLuu Herald is imminently prosier in its criticisms of this move. Sheet) raising is bound to be a A prominent citizen bridge said the other day: ' work of Leth-The for A Herald is doing good Already the ix*oplu We the development of electric ]x>wer ut Niagara Fa lib, which is being brought into Toronto over transmission lines. One of these lines is just about completed iiid will big industry in Southern Alberta. | bring into Toronto W.UX) volts. This is brought in over wires, a The land oilice in Lethbridge is | distance of something over eighty miles and cost in the neighborhood of $1,500,00*1 tor copper wire alone without considenitiou of the cost of power terminals, right of way and construction of towers. Now if there is such a struggle A merchant who hud two stores in the East for industrial supreiu-in a small village tried an exporb' acy, what do we learn from these incut. He put a bargain counter conditions since fuel is as cheap as , ,, . . 4 . a. m. (Choral), ot loronto money has gone into 3rd Sunday after Matins. Other Sun- 111 ^ 1 ^ I - - __ - days at 10.30 a. Daily Matins and Evensong at U.30 a. m. and 7.30 p. m. ST. MARY'S MISSION' (No. 3.) Sunday School at 3.00 p. m. Evensong at 4.30 p. m. in most excellent hands and the stall* are being praised by immigrants for their courtesy and kind- ness. WESLEY METHODIST C11UHC11. Kev. J. U. Hughson, Pastor. Sunday services at 11.00 a. m. and 7.30 p. m. Sunday School and Bible Class at 3.00 p. m. Prayer Meeting, Wednesdays, at 8.00 jj. m. Epworth League, Fridays, at 8.00 p. in. Lethbridge. are feeling the effects of it." are glad that such an impression prevails. The Herald has worked under most distressing handicaps since itb first issue. It has been unable to socur� permanent quarters. It has presses and material lying in the warehouse as there is j at their door.*' in each store containing the same articles at exactly the same prices. In the news paper of one village he advertised his social counter. In the paper of the other village he diil not advertise, and sold goods amounting ;o $0HL In the store, the same month, in the village where he did advertise, he sold goods to the amount of 1,724. In it is hero. Have you ever considered the quantity of Quebec aiid Ontario manufactures which KNOX CHURCH. (Presbyterian.) Rev. A. M. Gordon, Minister. in. auu tind their way into the the Crow's Q| "T*?T Nest Oountry* The A. 11, & I. &So%.Sm.VlCM at a' Co. is dumping thousuuds of h. p. Sunday School at 3.00 p. m every day in the Bhapo of sluck coal because the consumption is not equal to the supply, fckune will say that the slack coal is not Prayer Meeting each evening at 8.00 o'clock. Wednesday commenting upon the result of his so good as lump; this may be true experiment that merchant says; "People who got the advertisement would piss by one of my stores and drive ten miles to the but it may bo iuterestiug to some of you to know that our town electric plant is operated entirely by slack coal, and the Kaymond Sugar other for what they could have got-' Factory has made a large share of ten for the same price at my store)its run this year with the same class of fuel. If my reasoning bo j BAPTIST TABERNACLE. Rev. C. Padley, Pastor. . Sunday Services at 1L00 a. m and 7.30 p. m. Sunday School at 3.00 p. in. Prayer* meeting Wednesday evening at 8.00 o'clock. Sewing Circle Wednesday afternoons at 3.00 o'clock. Missionary meetings, 1st and 3rd Fridays in moatii. FOR THE BEST SERVICE LETHBRIDGE STOP AT THE Palace Hotel  $1.00 |per day HOTEL DALLAS Opposite C.P.R. Depot WE ARE ADVERTISED BY OUR SATISFIED FRIENDS Stephens & liockendorf Proprietors Calgary, Alberta i WINDSOR WESTERN WAREHOUSE TRANSFER CO. oo V A convenient and cozy resort. Ojmfort rf gu^ts la a^outiv-ety looked after* and o; e of tho f w really good dollar per day houses in Albertn. When iu Li thb rid fire call at the Windsor Kailroml Transferring. Druy-intf and CtoiutuI Delivering. cm Coal Delivered Promptly. HAY. OATS, SAND AND STONK FOR SALE LETHBRIDGE BREWING AGENTS FOR McCormick & Cockshutt M ae h i n c ry *.  We h he v and Adams Wagons V Canada Carriage Co/s ^ lite. MALTING COMPANY, LTD MANUFACTURERS OF Fine Lager, Beer and Porter J. F. RODGER,? 'Phone 63. Manager. Till- HKST IN THE WEST All orders sent to tho Brewery will receive prompt attention I am prepared to furnish X j* in carload lots the finest j? * split CEDAR POSTS. X t Eitfht, buvimi mid King Lumber Mills hand. � furnish orders of LIMITED Oranbrook, B. O. & feet lengths on ! Can j# any size. Posts always ij. X "P to guarantee, dress v Ad- I ? MANUFACTURERS OF Rough and Dressed Lumber * Moulding and Lath A. BIRNIE & CO Morrissey Junction. 1$. C. I STANDARD ? Lumber Oo'y A PULL STOCK OP ; Rough and Dressed Lumber Prompt shipments made to any part of Alberta KOOTENAY MARBLE WORKS Shacklcton Simpson & Co. Manufacturers of Marble and Granite MONUMENTS Wholesale and lietail NELSON,B.C. B.C.MOOR K.Local ARt o u 0 m c *> O to c c Barnes & Co. NBIDIC House and Sign Painting Paper Hanging and Kalsomining . LICENSED AUCTIONEER I Dealer in Second Hand Furniture REAL ESTATE and GENERAL AGENTS Office-Second Floor Southard Block Pest Office Box 3 ;