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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 22, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIBCE DECEMBER 22, 1909 5K i I i I I s I All growing cities pass through similar stages of development. Within the memory of the present most of the larger cities of the Western States were but frontier villages. Anyone who then prophesied their future greatness was classed as a mere dreamer. But we in Western Canada today have the ad- vantage of their example before our eyes. We may act with confidence upon our belief, knowing that it is not mere guesswork, but rests upon the firm foundation of the accomplished fact. Nor Is this all. Southwestern Canada began its growth after the perfection of the Railroad. Its development, therefore, has been and must continue to be much more rapid "than its prototype of the States.- Watch This This is the fourth of a series of articles in which we are outlining from day to day the causes which indicate that Lethbridge is to be one of Western Canada's great cities, its increase as com- pared with other cities, its funda- mental resources, its certain des- tiny in the light of the past and present and the course which this growth and must take. __ In making this comparison between the States and Canada there is one distinction to be kept in mind. It is this: The Canadian prairie extends much farther westward than that of the States. This.not onh- increases its area, but brings the fields nearer to the Pacific Ocean, the ocean that Trill bear the great commerce of the future. Then the products of the Canadian prairie will tend to flow westward far more than is the case in the States. And then we should expect to find its centre of population occupying a much more central po- sition. The Canadian cities that correspond with St. Paul, Minneapolis, Omaha and Kansas City, we should expect to find near the western border of the prairie. SUCH IS, IN FACT, THE CASE. Every city of Canada occupies a more westerly position than thp city in the States. LETH3RID-E, "THE GSTY OF COAL AND WHEAT, has this advantageous westGrly location. St. Paul and Minneapolis rank great i ail- road centres. They are served by some fifteen or sixteen lines. Kansas the southern railway centre of the middle western States, has about an equal 'number, Within the next few years LETHBRIDCE will be reached by at least FOURTEEN lines of railroad. Every factor necessary to its growth is there- fore present. To attempt to give a definite figure for the in- crease of a city is always a difficult matter and al- ways open to possible criticism. B-jt, judging by the examples we have cited, cohsidaring the size and wealth of its surrounding territory, consisting its commanding location and the lines cf transportation now focusing upon it, we believe it to be a very conservative estimate to say that LETHBRIDCE, BACKED BY THE L.ETH- BRIDQE SPIRIT, WILL DOUBLE WITHIN THREE OR FOUR YEARS AND THAT IT WILL ATTAIN A POPULATION OF A HUNDRED THOUSAND WITHIN FROM FIFTEEN TO TWENTY YEARS. MAP SHOWING THE LOCATION OF LETHBRIDGE WITH REGARD TO RAILWAY LINES The Standard P. O. Box 1979 9f i 316, Round Street, Lethbridge THE SAN FRANCISCO OPERA COMPANY ToyniaKer" is announced as the opening performance of the San Francisco Opera Company which .comes to the Lyceum theatre next week. i complete production is carried for this piece and all critics agree on it being one of the best pieces done this popular organization. It was trie opera that drew the largest crowd during their recent engagement at Calgary. The basis of "The Toymaker" is the cupidity of a band of monks, a mem- A PRETTY ACT One of the -prettiest acts ever seen, in our city was witnessed at the Eur- eka last night where Jerome and Jer- ome, contortionists of fame, were the producers. The act- is called "The Fisherman and the Eccentric Frog." When the curtain rises a frog pond "THE PARISH PRIEST" The Stoddart Players presented a most delightful last night In their production of "The Par- ish Priest" Mr. Stewart played the title "role to perfection and Miss Joie Canada as his niece deserves high commendation. The play was a. pret- ty story of a lover's quarrel and the can be seen in the distance with the reconciliation through the inter- heads Of two large frogs projecting out the water, and by means of electrical appliances the frogs are; seen to open and close their eyes al- most as natural as life. The opening is a fishing scene where Mr. Jerome _ after catching a beautiful fish, suc- of'which isTan "apprentice named iceeds in landing a fine big frog. This whose uncle has offered is the introduction for the very clever fortune if he will marry and contortion work which is then per- r the mon-'stry The brothers plan formed by these two gentlemen. Their tret the reward for Frederick by flexibility is wonderful and'can only him marrv a doll, the master-1 be believed by seeing them. Another -ipre of J striking feature is Miss Tobie Stark, the Th'e clever little comedienne and child vention of the good hearted priest. Tonight the Western melodrama, Girl of the Golden West'" will TO THE PUBLIC Owing to the limited seating ca- pacity we request" those wishing seats for the opening of the San Francisco Opera Co. in "The Toymaker" next Monday night to "book their seats at the Arcade or Lyceum box office- Prices 50, 75c, and LOT OF CRANBERRIES WILL TRADE PLAYERS Cincinnati and York Teams will Make Exchange Cincinnati, Dec. pitcher and outfielder Torrey wno played last season with the Logan Squares of Chicago will be traded to New York either for second baseman Herzog or third baseman Fletcher, is intimated T-VT tilllU i1 iO iiJ v. REQUIRED IN Manager Grjluwl. He says a deal Ware-ham, Dec. a'is pending in New York and Cincin- presented. This play is full o hundred freight cars will be required and if it comes through he will od and being a story1 this week to- move the "fixings" for two PJayers and three" "blood of the early days in California. James Walters, a farmer of West dead while in the woods yesterday. Mrs. Elizabeth Jackson of Winnipeg is a-daughter. fixings' the Christmas dinner from the Cape Cod cranberry belt. The Christmas demand for the berries has had its usual buoyant effect and the prices run as high as and 17 a barrel I in New York. I been dose to the creation upon which his heart was set. This opens the wav fo- complications, and they come wa- -i bonnie, bonnie lassie, ie's pure as the lily in the dell; She's as sweet as the heather, All roir.e to the hccscy match to-jAn' we're goin' baith together at the Auditorium Rink be- i Tomorrow nicht to Bengough's show twcen the Bonicrs the Rink Co.! sae swell. F. GERMHN FOUL MURDER OF C. P. R- OPERATOR i vciild be more welcome taan an Edison Phonograph TVe large'asscrtncnt'of and records. Call and ere tbeai. iportini Ooids Cosnpeny 1-hor.e 412 St. The crowds nre "still tbcir ivny daily to Ger- man's Siioe Sale in order to pet the bargains. Hockey Shoes to Men's Dress Shoes........................ from Fancy Slippers...........................70c to Men's Medium Gymnasium to Miners' F. GERMHN Rouad North Bay, Dec. Water, a flag station on the Temiskaming and Northern Gr.tario Ry., 56 miles nortli of North Bay, was the ccene of i brutal murder last nlgnt, the victim being the operator, W. J. Dysen. Teh tragedy occurred about 5 o'clock when a man entered the station and became boisterous, Dysen attempted to eject the intruder and a fight ensued. Sud- denly another man rushed in and struck Dysen with a club, crushing his skull and he sank dying, to the floor. The murder was witnessed by a man who happened to be in the sta- tion at the time but he did not recog- Olnize L-ysen's assailants who quickly gj i i-naae nielr escape. Red Water con- i "ists of a station and section house Sri-inly with lumber camps nearby. Mo- of crime is as yet a mystery, for i there could not have been Sng of which ho was doLt, haj Seen sentenced pay a ri- iuiie of 5.00u or soivc one ycu.r in j-iil. ;H iucC; said "be would pay the dinner. led as a Tonic Invalids and Con To escape, death from flames Mrs. -leimiu Aliingham of Toronto leaped from a window of her home tonight into the back yard, breaking hor an- kle. The coatents of her house were destroyed at a loss of Jl.OOO. John Main, agod twenty years, who worked at Tomito Mills, 27 north of North Bay all summer, left Toraiko ten days ago to set some traps and has disappeared. It is thought he was drowned. I 1 I I I Palace Meat Market 1 GOOD SELECTION OF XMAS MEATS AND POULTRY, TUR- KEYS, GEESE, DUCKS, AND CHICKENS AT PRICES THAT WILL PLEASE. PHONE 431 i It will Pay to Patronize Tke Palace ;