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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 27, 1905, Lethbridge, Alberta iKTHBI 9 t. E. 8IMPS' Si I Advaace tlierwise UCHANAN tiers \V. A. lU'CHANAN .PTTON: �1.50 a year �2.00 a year Lethbridge is the centre of Southern Alborta, in ovory way. Wo uiv surprised that Judge Harvev does not move ]>oro ami ' \ make this the judicial headquarters. ^ The judge is a fine Fellow and should be living in our growing town. ADVERTISING: for Month - S1.00 Per Inch LETHBRIDGE WILL GROW. Hockey is being played at Winnipeg these days, but here the weather is only lit for baseball and lacrosse. Will Lethbridge grow? Yes. It is growing and has been growing. Nothing will keep it back. It is uot a boom town, for which we all ought to be thankful. But in t few years time, with the develop ment that is going on in Southern Alberta, this place will possess (3000 or 7000 inhabitants. The settlement of the lands in the vicinity, which is taking place steadily with a goal class of people from the United States, Eastern Canada and England, will bring grist to the cash boxes of our stores and compel them to enlarge and employ more hands. Then our coal area is being opened up and the growth of mining towns like Tabor means much to Loth-bridge. In what way you may isk. Well, the more towns that spring up in Southern Alberta, the more merchants the wholesale houses of the town will have to serve. Leth-bridge is bound to become a distributing centre of importance. At the present time we supply most of the places in the district and naturally this business will expand as the country settles up The location of the divisional point of the (.'. P. R. here will add to our prestige and bring a lot of new residents as well. We have good reason to sr.y "Watch Lethbridge Grow". An-other circumstance that impresses us with the pn sent stability and bright prospects of Lethbridge is the investment the banks are making in projierty. The Bank of Montreal and I'nion Bank would not erect costly buildings here unless they ex|H'tted the town was going te^ uinourt to soinethjug greater than it is noli-. ^-fr^^Tjwrrationv^iiK^^cos^of three or four timfesHhe size iu the. East do uot possess nearly as s\ib-stantial bank buildings, a n d business blocks, as Lethbridge does today. Edmonton and Calgary are be'iim boomed. Lethbridge is not, yet it is growing steadily. Let us. as citizens of this fair town, take prid in our home, and its resources and advantages, und kec p them befon the public, and people will soon learn that Lethbridge, as tho centre of Southern Albert i. has just as bright a future as Calgary or Edmonton. The Eye Opener expects to announce in its next issue that "Your name is Dinnis." Down East people shiver when they think of Lethbiidge; yet if they came out here they couldn't find ice for curling or snow enough to make a snowball. With cheap coal and competitive freight rates, manufacturers should jump at the chance of locating in Lethbridge. The eoinixisition of the new-Alberta Legislature1. 21 to 1. is like the tally in a rural baseball match. C. Iliebert. of Rosebud, is going to be in trouble when lie holds the first Conservative caucus. Who is going to second his resolution that lie should be party leader? The bank managers To lend oney at the old rates. Sir Thos. Shaughnessy. of the ('. l\ H. To make Lethhridge a railroad centre of importance. The CP. R. Station To be the finest on the Crow. U. B. Bennett-To try and forget the 9th of November, 1905. J. 8. Dennis-To cease reading the Eye Opener. A. B Macdonnld, Macleod- I want to bo a Senator And with the Senators sit And draw ?2500 per For doing'really nit. J. J. Hill-To run over R. B. Bennett if he-attempts to flag the Ureal Northern again. Dr. Brett -To become a Liberal if the capital is located at Banff. The now laundry - To rid the town of the necessity for clothes lines. Sir Wilfrid Lnurier-To stay in |k)wer until soineliody puts me out. December Hist. .lag -To swear off during 1�.H"MS. Chinook wind-To blow myself, as usual. Hon. Dr. DeVeber's name is being [H>rsistently connected with r viuco a little over a year. The West beats the East in more respects than big crops and a tine climate. Toronto plumbers have been eavily fined for combining to extort inflated prices^ for 'w'Ork. Jack.4fixxjtr*^. *ff toW^procewlM Wo knovy^g^ifi-gf^^ for froozing-fft� pipes and giving tho plumbers work for  he winter- hot here, but in the East. ITALIAN IS NOT DEAD Miner, With Broken Leg, Is Recovering. Last week we announced that Baroldi. tho Italian miner was dead as the result of injuries sustained at the mines. The climate of Sunny Alberta works miracles and this week we ;iro able to announce that Baro'.di is alive and is improving daily. Very soon the Italian will be able to be out. and if he cabs around at the lletwM Palace, we will supply jiiin with a |xiper containing his obituary. Very few men hare the opportunity of reading the announcement of their death. Baroldi only had one leg broken. He 1ms Wen receiving the best of en re and medic-1 attention at the hospital. The mine authorities take the greatest interest in the care of their employees. N NOUNCEMENT Mason & Piano Co. Rtsch Our sale just closed has been a great success, and we want to thank the public In general lor their liberal patronage. We know we have given the people of this city and vicinity the best values ever ottered, and wc will continue In the future, as In the pait, giving the public the very best merchandise al the lowest possible prteg�- ^ Our New Holiday Goods ^ have arrived, and wc arc now In position to show you the tluest assortment ol Christmas Ooods ever shown in Lcthbrfdgc. __________________- The Great Game-"KING'S COURT Sold in all large cities at $1.75, now on sale at tgc. Be sure and get one for (he children. Wc will continue until the first of the year offering you the same low prices on Clothing and Shoes, as we have been selling during the great Slaughter Sale. Come here where your dollars buy most. YOURS FOR BUSINESS LETHBRIDGE CO-OPERATIVE ASSOCIATION The Mm-.on & Bh-eh Piano ia conceded by all competent judges to he the highest grade of Pianos made in Canada, v If interested, call and lot, ns show you the goods. Sold on easy terms to suit, your purse. Showroom at, the "2 Macs.'-' B. J. OANNl DISTRICT AGENT OPEN UP MINES Activity Displayed Along the St. Marys River. John Bridge, of Magrath. was in Raymond last week, the Chronicle reports, looking for coal miners. He is negotiating for a lease of the Russell mine on the St. Marys river at the mouth of the Pot Hole. The Mntkin Bros., of Magrath. are prosecuting work on the Houk properties a little farther up the river. Cabinet Minister Dead The death of Hon. Raymond Prefontaine has oecured in Paris after a brief illness. Port Arthur. Out .claims to have a ]x>pulation of 7500. MAKE THEM FEEL "AT HOME.' Lethbridge is to become the home of railroad men. As a divisional centre it will be the uIkxIi of trainmasters, despatehers, con ductors, brakemen, engineers and firemen. What better place could they find to live iu than this enter prising, up-to-date town? None What better class of men could Lethbridge possess as citizens than these. uumV None! When tin railroad boys locate here, it should bo the duty of every person to make them feel right at ease, so that when they are on the road, they can tell the traveling public tho man who is spying out the land and the iwople ot the places through which they pass that tho finest town in the West is Lethbridge. Give the new coiners a hearty western greeting. This town has all to gain by treating the railroad men well. We have seen every town of importance in Alberta and uot one of them makes as good an appearance as Lethbridge. for its size. Imagine how fine we'll be in a few-years. Edmonton may become the capital of Alberta, but Lethbridge is and always will be the inotro-jwlis of Southern Alberta. Lethbridge needs a grist mill and the people of this town are ready to buy a Lethbridge brand of (lour. It is a little early to talk about it, but '"better now than never." Let ub have an arbor day next spring, when the citizens can all get busy aud pltint trees about the town. Nothing will beautify the place more than well shaded streets It will bo a few years before we nap the benefits, but the harvest will be worth waiting for. A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL. Smoke, Sang and Spoke. Without a doubt the jolliest, Christmas Rutli�riii_ in Lethbridge wad^tlj^'Siiiuiv. t" given by the Sergeaits and Constables of the R. N. W. M. P. at the barracks. Tie- spirit of "goo I cheer*' reigned from start to finish, and the townspeople who had the opportunity of enjoying the affair, will look eagerly for the invitation for lJHMi. Sergeant Gillespie directed affairs as chairman, and also favored the 'smokers" with a couple of cornet solos. Waiter Appleby sain: "Blue Bell" and later gave a comic song; Constable Deueh wing "Over the Ocean Blue" and "The Mighty Deep": Sogt. Goodwin. "The Admiral's Broom"; F. (Moke, "The Song that Touched My heart" and "Orn Pro Nobu.t." Messrs. Rock and Cuthbertsoit also rendered rollicking songs and Former Constable Wildinan. iu comic costume, touched the laughter chords of the crowd, with his character songs. The entire programme was s credit to the talent Lethbridge possesses. Touts to "the Ning and the Royal Family." "Our Absent Friends." "The Ex-jXiliceineti," icknowledged by W. Lamb; "Onr visitors," responded to by Aid. Oliver in a speech in whieh he jtttid tribute to the manv tine qualities of the Mounted Police. "The R. N. W. M. IV proposi-d by Aid. Oliver and replied to by Scgt. Gillispie and Segt. Read. Chas. Harrison, who boasts of having been in the country in 1872, two years l>efore the police, also made a few remarks. Mr. Sibbald, Mr. Herb Jackson and others were on the s|Hcch making column. Amongst he ox-policemen present wore Messrs Lamb, Rock and Wildinan. EDITORIAL NOTES The durk horse didn't win Kinistino, Saskatchewan. iu Somebody remarked that if Dr-Shadd was elected in Kinistino, Sask., that he would be the first negro ever electe I to a Canadian Legislature. That may be the case but a colored gentleman. W. P. Hubbard, iu a member of Toronto's Board of Control, and draws a salary of S.j,()l)0 per year. He is one of the best men in Toronto's city council. Boost Lethbridge. The electors of Saskatchewan Bhouldcut politics out and com- j Mayor Rogers-To pursue a mence shovelling tho snow off tho policy of progress in tho dovelop-�idewalks. ment of the town of. Lethbridge. New Year Resolves. C. Iliebert. M. P. P-, Rosebud, leader of the Conservative Opposition in the Alberta Legislature What's the use of making a resolution, when you can't get a second vr. Hon. A. C. Rutherford, Premier of Alljerta- To provide legislation for the new province that will oven force Mr. Iliebert to vote for the government. Hon. Dr. DeVebor To get one of the new provincial institutions for Lethbridge. John Herrou-To draw $2.">UU, without a murmur. Justice Harvey-To visit Lethbridge as often as I can, for it is the most hospitable place in Alberta. F. W. G. Haultain -To be u better boy than I was in l'.KLi. General Public-To force Hon. Mr, Ayleswoith to provide us with a new |)ostoihoe building. li. E. Sherlock-Toraiqo fruit that will prove that Southern Alberta is the garden of tho West." Bob Edwards, of tho Eyo Opener - To do my best to keep out of gaol. C.A Magrath-To keep tho eyes of the whole world on the irrigated district of Southern Alberta and to populate this section "vaster than huB been." Public School Closing The Public school closed for the Christinas vacation on Friday. In each department the pupils contributed programmes of songs and reflations and the upper forms combined and listened to a debate on "resolved that a man gains more from observation" in which the argument for the affirmative was presented by G. Raley and G. Virtue, while p. Miebaeh and J. Virtue handled the case for the negative. The judges, Rovb. Gordon and Jones and Trustee JohnsJ ton, gave the decision to the negative. The Agricultural Society's prizes were presented in the different forms by Trustee Johnston,' and Mrs. Johnston gave nigh School certificates to those who {Missed the mid-summer examinations. The touchers in all the forms were made happy by the receipt of substantial gift from their pupils, New When Buying Year's Gilts , ' Get them at Liphardt's As that is the place where* yon will get the liest quality for the least money. Discount of from 25 to 50 Per Cent. On the Entire Stock Wm. C. Liphardt Jeweler - Optician engraving done free Hatter* & Dixon Merchant Tailors ^ lj you want the Latest Thing in a New SUIT - OR  OVERCOAT Call on Them. WALLACE & HASELTON Barber Shop and Pool Room Best of Cigars, Smoking Tobacco Pipes and Smokers' Sundries nnnnnaoaaDanaDDnD in Toronto Dec. 21 The central committee conqiosed of representatives from the Presbyterian, Methodist and Congregational churches in tho entire Dominion have fixed upon a code of doctrines that will unify the tureo bodies into one great chinch, which it is proposed shall be known as the United church of Cainula. Horner & Hutchison The Harness Men I ^�_____aw-_-a_--MMM-*--_a_P~-K�cavB--*�i'i Have a coinploto and veil I assorted stock of anything that a horseman needs. Blankets, Robes, Whips Saddles, Spurs, Bits, etc. EVERYTHING YOU WANT AND EVERYTHING RIGHT Horner & Hutchison innnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnqpi ~ (; A Happy New Year to All The Festive Season is near its end and wc arc pleased to inform our patrons that we still have holiday goods to sell. Our stock was nevermore complete. Everything fresh and new. Choice fancy Groceries: full lines Christie's Biscuits, Cakes and Plum Puddings: Robertson's Confectionery, all kinds; Ontario Apples in lx)xes and barrels: Nuts. Kigs. Dates. Crystallized Fruits,Grapes.Oranges, Bananas. Cranl>errioB,Celery. Spanish Onions, Cider, Kasplvrry Vinegar and un-fortnontod Wines. Order early. : : II. L Stephens Matt Rockcndorl When you come, to the Metropolis stay at the Palace Hotel  Si SHERLOCK, FREEMAN & CO 11 Calgary, Alberta King Lumber Mills $1.00 per day m Opposite C.P.R. Depot Stephens & iiockctulnrf Proprietors �228252388 LIMITED : Oranbrook, B. O. MANUFACTURERS OF Rough and Dressed Lumber Moulding and Lath Wr.STfc.RN WAHi>lOLH[-; & TRANSFER CO. Ltd. : STANDARD | Lumber Oo'y Baker, D. C. lil I {ail road Transferring. Dray-inu and (ieiieral Delivering, foal Delivered Promptly. .' IIAY. OATS. SAND AND STOXK FOR SALK AO! NTS FOB McC.onnick & CneUshul t .Machinery '.' Web'.vr ^ und Adams Wagons > � Canada Carriage Co.'-. Huggies. lite. I A FULL STOCK OP : Rough and Dressed Lumber: 30cooooc30ccoc?  Prompt shipments made to any part of Alln-rta  LETHBRIDGE BREWING Si MALTING COMPANY, LTD MANUFACTURERS OF Fine Lager, Beer, Ale and Porter THE HKST IN THE WEST All orders seut to tho Brewery will receive prompt attention Notice to Creditors and Others. In the matter of the estate of John Czako, lato of near Stavely, in the Province of Albortu, raucher, deceased. Pursuant to the order of the Honorable, Mr. Justice Harvey, Dated tho 9th day of December, A. d. vm. TAKE NOTICE.-that all per-sous having claims against the above estate, aro required to send to t,he undersigned, on or before tiie 'Jth day of February, A. D. 1 ill Hi, a statement of such claims, together with the nature of tho security, if any, held by them, such claim and statement to be duly verified bv statutory declaration. AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that after tho said Oth day of February, A. D. 1906, the administratrix of tho said estate will bo at liberty to distribute tho asset 8 of tho said estate, or any part thereof, among the parties entitled thereto, having regard only to the claims of which she shall then have notice. Dated at Lethbridge, iu the Province of Alberta, this Uth day of December, A. D. 1905. SIMMONS & BENNETT, Advocates for the administratrix of the said estate. RODGER3 J. F. Phono 63. M.'ii;.i,(' I am prepared to furnish � in carload lots the finest * split CEDAR PSTS. ? Eight, seven and ni\ !! feet lengths on hand. � Can furnish orders i>! ! any size. J'osts always up to guarantee. Ad- $ dress t V t y Y V Y Y Y Y X Y v ** A. BIRNIE Si a Morrissey Junction. 1J Synopsis Of Canadian North-West. HOMESTEAD REGULATIONS. ANY evcu minUcrert m-ctlui o( Dominion Latuli In lUnitobi, SjbltHtctu vvau and Alberta, cjccpiluK n an � ;o. ,i ic-civcii, tn*y be b.omvt*1i*d'!l-tl any yi-f�\>n wuutM ,)i bu>e liea'i of 4 family, ui am nuK r n other, U Hie lather It deceauei.) of tbu Uome leader r.blden upon a farm In lUe vtcli.ll,> of 'be laud eineicd lor ll.f re