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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 14, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta HERALD PRINTING CO.. LfD. W. A. BUCHANAN. Maaagiif Uractor. JOVIAN. Sapt of Jok Dtpartatnt Ona of tho best wayfl to ; Chiiclreii and the Lnlaoskle �Homo ! �ihj future. make Lethbridfiu grow is to patronize Lvtbbrldyc flrius and pay as you ro. soBSCRIPTION: In Atjlvane* 1.50 m year Ot . w a ta-OO a year We aw that Mr. G�or(ps H�in i* to accompacy Theodore Roosevelt- t- in ihia way for \^isplay, as u ft-w \vx\ilth.vf . i,- . . ^ ^ . � th�>^Wks jrtxte aA DutTeriii-atiigat m.n are-known to do but he^dw-j-^i.^^^ Ws^ hay* secured at f"- A New Church. Tho congreetvtion^of St- Autfusliii's clurch hav� ilecided to bmU\ a i;i?w clvirch. JL wiil c6�t iba.dOO wJ will UvAlocaied .Immediately nortfc of ! because he has a big heant llia't^ thinks more ot the suflfcring of th� unfortunate than tha piliujj: up of a big fortune. It is a pity CaMacfci's raco of wt>althy men did not pcwsess find In the realm of Eddy there are jmore with the goodness and godli -no better princes than Oeorgo Ham, jness of John Itoes Robertson. . not can tbj kingdom of Teddy bo i - ' It would appear froat tta* full liagers being placed in tim Calgar}* dailies by Mr. Sbepard regarding jLcthbridge Real Estate and the intention of that young man to open an offlce here, that at last tiho voice of the Good' Shepherd is calling the boncst and tha earnest to tbs beat country out of doors. That female womaik-kisser, Bobson of the U.S. navy, has been peddling a lot of hot air about the invinent war with J�pan. Mr. Hobson will find its much easier^ kissing thi laid-ie� at Manhattan Beaoh-providing of course, that the women are agre�-alile-than it is to take up arms in a' sea-faring fight with those plucky tittle brown-skinned men of the Orient-they may have no "J" in their langitago but Hobby will find it no hobby-horse to cross swords with theui. Tha introductdon of tho "Y" in lieu of the "J" don't make them "Yaps" bgr a long shot. said to furnish any poors to this noted trave!lr oi' the wild and wooly. That was both hun>anrtatian and statesman-liko whca Mr. FVank Qiii -ver, tibe Hon. Minister of ti^o Interior, oixlorod that the homesteaders may leave their homesteads until May 1st, without ft-ar of forfciturv*. and alijo that they may be pomvltitcd to take timber from Crown Lamls wWhout the usual pvjrmiit. WTivn we h t^'a a practical man at the head of affairs in tho Department of t'he Interior-a westerner that knows western ways and worsern wants-there is no fear but what tho interest and welfare of the people will be safe; guarded. About the only thing th� big corporations think about is paying big dividends to the shareholders, vba public be hanged. Macleod is going to try and beat Lethbridge out by operating a steam laundry successfully. They have a big task ahead of them, unless they can force tho Chinamen to got out of the town. Ihe Alberta government is legis -lating for the masses, not ttu class- All�erta is going to hgve aii asj--lum. There are a fo* crazy jxxjplo people of 'ihis province food govern-they ara not natives. t Watch the proceedings of ths Alberta Legislature as'roportod in tho Herald. You will easily bo convinced that Premier Ruthotford and his colleasuea are anxious to give tha peop.e of this province good gavom-mont. John D. Rockfeller has given $30,-000,000 to the cause of higher education in the United States. No^w watcb the price of coal oil go up. The Toronto Telegram woi"shipe Robt. L. Richardson of the Winni -peg Tribunel It trios to make out that Richardson sacrificed political preferment for the sake of his principles; when as a matler of truth, \�nity was the key to Dobs depart-vanity was the key to Bobs departure from the Libei-al party. That was a well-merited compli -racnt which the A.R. A I. roooived last n-eok from Mr. Elton of the Cardston Star. The Company has Ijeen doing their level best to kaop tile �people of Cardston and inter -nk?dia't� towns suppliied with coal, mail and passenger service and it is indeed pleasing to nota tbair grato-fdloess for tho same. '"See Etirope" if you will, America"  if you must, but Lethbridge" first. jit lools as though Jupiter' Pluv-ius was ma in? closer connections With Lelhbridffe thm Kinj Frost of !;,~,Y''^"paignwUh'vigor and abil- If Jos. Martin or Robert, himself kad been called to the Liberal Cabinet, instead of ClilTord Sifton. Richardson wou.d have stuck to the party through thick and thin. Lord Strathcona says tihat Canada will have a population of 20,000 in the j^ar 2000. Wo hope ha lives to see it, too. \ The railroads refuse to allow any I hones in th?ir stations other than those ol the big monopoly, tho Doll. Co. That is if listhbridge had two phono companies and one was thb Bell, only the Bell could inistall' a phone in the depot. Parlianient has not yo't conipot'l'C>d the railroads to give every couip�."y free aCooss to tho stations, but they will have to sooner or later, or tho people will demand an explanation. a lot-anil two more ad.oining wH a!so be bought for a rectory site in cn.*! , tin pi'esent I'ectory inig'h* lii�'�C# sold.'It is'undaratood that tho'new Jp] church *1U be of stffna and willeoat^ 500 persons. - - - SMALLPOX AT CLAHESIIOLM (Macleod Advance.) Several cases, of small pox have broken out in Clai-esholm at first It was thought that tha town would be quarantined but' up to tha preatmt time it hits not been the case. Ife vas first brought there from High HivoF. Tha v ictini was soon afterwards isolated And the AUierta Hotel iiu&rantined for a few days. Among tho9.i Who, are victims of the malady ' arc 'Br. and Mrs. Tuppor, Mrs. Ottle, L:^ Taylur and others. Alt6s�tlidr thei'e''haVf a dozen caam in Claresholm but a fow cases, are reported from "among ranchers. Tho Provincial Hcatth Officer visited tihs town rind advocated vaccioationvery strongly. Several cili�tns 'have adop-I'ted this pre'cawtjon. COALDALE NEWS. Mr. Whyta of the C.P.R.'says tliiara has never bean a shortage of cars at' any of the mines on tho Crows Neat' line t'his winter. Well then wMlI Mr.' Thrcshng is in operation her?. Mr. Adams w^as up from Stirling a coupla of days, this woe'k looking after her interests here. A scientist says that the inhabi-tantii of Mars, are signalling the L^arth. Out of .lait probably, or else they want to. borrow a match. Mr. Leroy Cokely left Monday inorniag for Calgary to take the siir-jkrcyors examinations, i Mrs. Carlson left Slonday morning for Jior homo in Des Moinen. Iowa, after a month's sittiy with her husband here. i \ There is plenty of water around ilhuso days. The Chinook is all to: the mines, at Tabor had to close down because tbay couldn't got car.'*. Whyte kindly explain why some of:^''*"��' but .we .are glad to see H trains were delajod^ SA118FACT0RY QUARTER. Richardson addros.%d a gath>arinj of BufTcrin Old Boys at Toronto uii';! talked independence to them. Buf-forin county, where tha old *>oys hail from, is a hot bed of, and there is as much prospcctof inidepen-dence in politics as there is for apples gr��ing on Big Chief mountain. The Cranbrook Hara'd is to bo Commended on tho attitude it takes towards the McUride government in British Columbia. Iho Herald supported tha Liberol party in tho re- whom we have had a "sufBciency ftiil" for a few waeks at any rate. iWbat do you think of ona y^r'a crop sauaring off a n�an's indo!>ted  ness and leaving him IS,000 bushels of first class grain in his bin. That's the stor:^''; of success in Southern Alberta. Read for yourself what Mr. Woolford has to say in another column. What one man can *j so c4n anothci:, in (rod's country, .such as Southern Alberta. It Was all right for tho Calgary papers to discuss I&aven and the whsrcabouts of 'that ethereal, sphere when the face cuf tho earth was covered with about two feet of the beautiful, 'Coiaing down to Let-h-bnd^, we see the earth and ali thk beauties thereof together with a few ponds thrown in once in a while. What's the use ol discussing about lleayen. when you can get it on earth by living in Leth'bridge? jAnd now the report' coaies that they , raise tomatoes up in Peaeo Rdvet. Jt may be in.the figurative way ithat they raise bananas wt Cranbrook and Orits is British Col-umbia. "Rubber" is not a slang wordi these ' days for everyone is saying rubl:�r and looking for rubbers. The men with the small feet ate pitotty well supplied for we note that tho majority in stock are number '''tens.' The action of the business men of Frank to cut out the credit syatem, -and--place the town on a pay as you go" l>asis,-is a stop in the right direction. 'fAthen our local frlonda Ity but as soon as the battle was over, "the "Old Man" admits defeat like a man and talks such good sease �s the following: The Herald dc itee to say at this time that in all matters thit are for the advance-roent of tho province as a whole, Mr. McBride will receive its support. Tho Herald stands for British Columbia and for tho Cranbrook district. It believes,that tho progress of tha province and the district is of far more importance than tha political ad-vancenaent of any party or any 'individual. Mr. McBride will not find the Herald a carping critic, btrt cn tlie centrary ha wilil find tha Ilorald standing up for all that is good for tho province, all that promises pros-iwity. all that Rill aid the individual and tho people as a whole. Thatis the Herald's position in politics. It has no complaints to make, no sores to heal. Tha third quarter.y meeting of the oflicial board of Wesley Church show- pd the finances of tho churoh to be !-,... ^,,,i,^ ..,:__- . ..v ' tna surplus grain crops to the eost- ijust the sam?. j 'rho .troight .heiiifdr^awhfla,;; through afcar gat^i  "The JJafeota" ' in a rcocwt i.-Jsuu said: "The^ailwny facilities of we*ti fern Canada have been taxed to tihair Uttermost in rt'cerit- years to tran.sfor in a healthy condition. The receipts from envelope sul)scritf 6 Residrao* lots on Courtlaud, comer location, |200eseh', with watar, half biahi^bal/ 6 moothi 87 Residence or Basiuess lots, jast east Ellison mill site...................... ..>rJ.9kU aaeh 3 Residence lots, corner Dufferin and William streets............................1275 each U Residence lots, corner Redpath and Bartlett streets......................I4(X) each, water 4 Business lots. Ford street, 2 corner.................ISOO each, half cash, balance 6 months 4 Residence lots, corner London and Athole streets......1............. 1750, good location 4'Residence lots, comer London rind Cutbill streets... I..............................t900 13 Residence lots, comer London and Smith streete...................... 1260 each, water 2 chdioe lots in Rirerview.........................;.........................1200 each Mi City and Suburban Property a Specialty. Lethbridge, Alberta. ft i Ifdn Castings and Machine Work Structural Steel Cbltimns� Sashweights MILL AND MINE SUPPLIES Pipe ...... f Bar Iron Babbit Metal Miaera* To�la BOIL-ER REPAIRS OF ALL KIN C50MPETENT BOILERMAKER SENT OUT WHEN REQUIR^Dl �t>t)i)titmiMiiii�itttiftir^TO�e8)g�^ I IN THE DISTRICT ped their goods and moved to War-| west was about 9P,0P0,00Q bushels, " and' with tho increased acreage it is fBa'ely calculatewl that fully 125,000,-(Wo.,bushels will Iw^harveeted in the cbiiving year.. The npce^ity for increased transportation facilities are ihorofore appacpnt, and t4��: saine by their town merchanto, bot^ tar prices wouM prevail and ,a nMro ttatisfactory business  carried on between ciMtonwr and buslaesa Arm.' A mail oibnr trado is ot no earthly benefit to lAthbrtdgo ot any town outsideof tiin home of the Supply Finn. What we want is "I^th'br�%s Mcivhants for Lothbridge people" in Kraat big box-car letters. It is some tltncs used as an excuse, that the tuercbants do /not-^arry ite >coodS^ boi may wlik: Itlls isaa to oa�ily obViotod if yoCil Willi Juatiell year Unn whiit'>ott*are;j4 nee* �, II .Thiy can obta'a the' same for you i =;ao4 there is no doubt but that when ;uttlni||, through a nirrow strip of land, ICO] fyet, with a 38 foot fall. Two. 114^ plenienf houses are to .|je eroot((sd'th1.4 spring and othjr-buslnesS ^'oiisK^'TK' transit track will run between ..Car-mangay and CHarosholm and.tboneW railway line is surveyed to cross the rlvt^r a mile east' of town^fVLotSara going ot �15 each. The lots are Qfi ft. fr^titae* witir a depth'of 136^fti DEATH OF kA"9.' At^SANDEK ^ Tho death took (place on Sunday ot a very highly respected resident In th.3 person of Mrs. Alexander, widow of the late Will. Alexander. Mrs. Alexander 'had . lived in. Lothbridge for some years and loik^jtoms time coaduclej|..)i|>ptoV�l of 'IJIeu-tena t G6\'�n)or;;in'-'0burictr, of the By-laws and Sehcduls 6t-t>rdfi!SsioMiU chjirges. He ihsn .w��t' on to  �ug-gMt Bonio very impbri�nrt - meaiurea for the incomlnK !couBel1''>t�>tal4 up,' aiBongst' otKerst^ ihat'^'^nt etid^nvorltfig tolgot paullo:v |i;0rp0rathHi�'' t*Mro|(-; niio uiiiform eo>dev of'reiB^ilail'idBSi, gov er^in] ' architaetuial^' ctfOifietftloBs; such rsgt^atibiw^M' are 'AbW 'UtM in .t^ aislar asaasiaUsM af OiMa^ 1 We Have Exclusive .of ihe^Choicest La lu Township 9, Razige 18 y Township 8, Range 17, and a large selection of the best lands in adjacent districts. We contemplate opening eevernl local :branch offices ih 'Sontfaem Alberta* early' ths eoming \ seeson, bat at'present all our business will be condtoted from -oar General' Offiee* t-Dnlnth, M i n itesota. work Edmootoa; ESdmonton, and Quebec, to be a basis to on. - Be also impressed on the mcmibers the importance ot stiidying carefully the Code of Ethics of this associa-:-tion. aiid carrying them out to the letter, by that means: raising the Btahdard of the profession in this Province. jtanceiwero discussed during thereat Ho. thanked the council and hisjel- jof th�> afternoon and i$r .was decided low offloors for their assistattce-' in to' leave tlie matters la!^4iaeUMioh to tkp orgaatMit'ion'ut tho nssoeiation, jbe dealt with by the'Council at a W. 9t�wart Canptjell, ..,jx.�. -wwddii^rtoBi S'trathcona. ^ The general] n�aeting, .r&�sa0pilblfld at 4 o'clock w^h ^tb^- resiilt^ ^'t|ei election waK, ^jbi^^^and'i-eeeiWl ^ tlte" hearty assent of-the "WiwCfAg''"' A great many iiuestions of inlpoi�-f and 'w �' The secretary then rtad liis-i*port of the work: tor ths past year, tM meetia.a hold and the attendance of memiiani at-said meetings^ . The trea�ii(�r tbrn' read his thianclal at^temenf which' was very satisfac -tory... Th?. gnnerai meeting was adjourned for^ tha purp6se ot holding a council meetiog for the election of ofncersi for I'BOTv with tha following result: 'PriHiiAmt-F.  I>*lBcnderfer, F^-montoni. re-�lsctad unimimously msetiag cnlliMl for Wednesday next, the meeting was declared closed. After the usual Wtet ^of flfie*^ the 0th of February, ' ' ' - iirt, VitaJPrw.-W ' M; Dortd, Cal -�ary. and Vic�� Praii-H. D. Jchnspn, toamontca. ~ Becretwcy^R. Percy Barnts, f-.ejected iinsainiousiy. Council-J as: B. Wice,' BdAmoton; W. S. Bates. Calgary; E. C. Hop -:liW,'Edmeato^; Rotaad w! Linea, s^is SENATOR DeVEBER'S VIEW. In the course of a debata la tlia S.-nate on a bill of Senator McMuI' len forbidding aliens directing ths alTairs of Canadian labor unionsf^ Senator DeVeber is reoprtad by tha Toronto Giqbe aa having aaid: Senator DeVebor thnught ite bill inopportune. Tha strike gwna wai one iii which averyona loat ''ifnd no one won. H� has seen alHwral iitrikaa at^ Lsthbridfsv aad had eoaa. to the conclusion that tha only way to prevant them waa liy' compulsory arbitration. f New EiBeotib Cut � elude an aiibrliiNSii^J^ Enig. ^ differlHil from that hera>to. :-|ipfa:-^�wa.'; Tks e^atsl liacir is ktsvler M Iks SHiiiB^ SMBsr Ikaa ikaisf MbsrysMs-ikt tCtetis svai more f ItsMsg � j, ' aiSM" IM ikat I. tSlMSSS SMtS sses lu srUlUc trs'-srr at Ss> SrtUi'sMy f**^** ' Rosa Bowls, Flower Cen. tree, I>eeiant�n and Jog* aia moat prominent in the BMOt^^S ' nent, some of vhieb ebiiiia 9 ! metiDted ia itarling lilvar, # > other* plaia. J. Arm^$^  ^ 10�TXCXA�,  J�c(|uss Buiraati, M. p., has - appointed solicitor .'ffanaral'0< Can- Z  ;