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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 21, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta MBRIDGBI HUCHANAN Publishers F E. SIMPSON ".V. A. BITHANAN That tvllow 1'ingle, of Modi tint, takes himself very noriously. lit; imagiues.no douut, t hut if hei had been nominated ho been elected. Nobody e'tse thinks so. though. SUBSCRIPTION: Advauce K. I. are.doip L, their utmost to remove the impr ,.s. Rout hem Alberta ift ADVERTISING: Per inch! providing plenty of to .i be planted throughout this 0 istrict. They are doin> the country a great service. a year Month 1MPORTANCE_OF PliBLlCin. Lethbridge might follow, with great advantage to itself, the plans adopted by Calgary board of trade m its publicity campaign- This town, and district is not- as well known as it should be. HERALD HAMMERLffi. Well, now that Alice Roosevelt has been married, tho American newspapers will be expected to re- UTTLK STAKS.. i I u' patrons of the Lethbridge; (VU' ,a House will hail with delight i llu-' news of the coming of the fam- 01 .Juvenile Bostonians. who open; -t hotw a Reason of i two nights.beginning March 1st. i Uritded by cunning I lube. .Mason. eompust'd of twenty-live oilier; stars, the music lovers of Leth-j bridgf eeitainly hr.ve a trout in store for them. A Vancouver paper says: Miss Jxosa llenuy and Miss Heatrico Booth, the two members of the Williams .Juvenile Company who have been heralded for soino titne. arrived Wednesday and added to the pleasure of "Gypsy Girl1' last night, rhirj evening the clever little folks will present the "Rajah de which will rim for the of the week. Saturday night the company makes its appearance i ii v f i y maiu.9 us u the east and south have very little: turn to the discussion ot llwo forPtllo last time, so there is L-UH5 1 1" T 'I 1 j -w -v. m. ide-i of our vast coal ami agricul-1tl011' the Monroe doctrine and oth-; ouly a sllort timo lcft to see these hir-il resources It is our duty hl the States used! baby artists. The company has 11 i'1 .i.- npK. to interested. more Wltlt tlie tell them all about it and the onlj way we can do it is to publish in the papers and through circulars the resources, advantages and ch- mate of the Lethbridge district. The Irrigation Co. is doing a splendid work in this respect, but it is the duty of every citizen as A man named Lemon is erecting a hotel at Tuber. Natunllv we will expect the Lemon House to be run on lemonade principles. by arss. e compan more than made good with people of Vancouver, for it has moro than lived up to the promises made by it. it is something out of the ordinary to see any thing put on by children so sparkling and clever as has been presented by the Juvenile Bostonians. FAMOUS stonians 11% Thirty Clever Child Artists famous Ail over the Great West. Mason Risch Piano Co. Tho MiiKon Kisch Piano is conceded by all competent judges to bo tho highest gnido ol' mud'.? in Cuimdii. If interested, cull anil let us you the goods. Sold on easy terms to suit your purse. Showroom at the "2 denoimces east; as a sinful] A Methodist minister at lied Deer entertained at a skating well to join together and promote party He can't be any relation to the claims of this district with allia mjujster down the energy they possess. There is nothing to equal publicity, and especially when you have a sub-. stantial argument to work upon. Brunswiclc has passed a law Calgary has adopted the follow- women to practice law ing policy' iu its effort' to attract -m tiult province. always people to that city and district. thought women had inherited the To publish for wide distribution rjgat to argue. the best possible literature descript- _ ive of the resources and advantages Ifc is aboufc time Robortson aml of the Calgary districts. To maintain a commissioner of'Hiebert tossed up coppers to de- publicity with such assistants as cide the leadership of the. Conserva- inay be necessary. tive opposition in Alberta. To maintain ageuts at Winnipeg _ and other suitable points to work among, intending and others m the interests of Lalgan J and district. To advertise judiciously the re- sources and advantages of 'the dis- trict in the newspapers of the United States, Eastern Canada and Great- Britain. To encourage and financially assist if necessary the bringing .-of excursions, conventions and other gatherings to Calgary, and to enter- Souvenier China Very best of China with excellent Lethbridge scenes This company of wonderful little folks will pre- sent bright operas at Oliver's Hall cm Thursday and Friday, March 1 and 2 Be sure and reserve seats at once at J. D Higinbotham's J CANN DISTRICT AGENT N-' -V-- -fc- -M- -w- Lctbbndqc Iron CUorks Co., Ld. M. L Stephens Matt Rockendorf J When you come to the Me- tropolis stay at the '______ iPalace I Manufacturers of GREY IRON AND BRASS CASTINGS day.S MACHiNE SHbP WORK PROMPT- LY ffCORRECTLY EXECUTED MINE AND SAWMILL WORK A SPECIALTY Whitney has introduced the Rub-! He is! bouncing all the Grit office holders, i CAUGHT ON THE FLY. j t Duncan Marshall, manager of I The Edmonton Bulletin: "I must: congratulate you on the bright.' newsy paper that you are getting' out in Lethbridge. and I wish you tain sucirvisitors'if deemed advis-; success: able. I J- Y- Griffin, head of the big To-iuvite.the.'representatives of! packius. house at leading newspapers to visit Cal-j m.V uniid that irrigation scheme in "ary to entertain and drive them vour district is going to make that around the district, and to pay country exceedingly valuable, their travelling :and other expenses! E. is just like spring when necessary., at Cardston. Let Lethbridge follow a similar: H T. Evans would hardly course and we will guarantee the! know, parts .of the town, as so ninny -11 buildings have crone up since I was development of the district will be L Call and Sec Them Our Motto. W. J. Armstrong JEWELER ENGRAVER We want a chance to lignre on your CASTING AND MACHINE No matter how large or how small SELLING AGENTS FOR Canada Foundry Co.. steam Gurney Foundry Co., steam and hot water heating. Canadian Asbestos Co., Ashestos cement Ontario Wind Engine and Pump Co.. wind- mills, etc., wood and steel water tanks all capacities. Opposite C.P.R. Depot Stephens llockemlorf. Proprietors far more rapid than it -has been in the past. Try the and get resiilts. ever' plan here last. Some We will be glad when Lent arrives, so that we can have a rest from social activity. j Stock Judging Schools A series of Live Stock Judging i schools will be- held under the ijoint auspices of the Provincial i Department of Agriculture and the NOTICE. NOTICE is hereby given that i application will be made to the parliament of Canada at its next i session for an act to incorporate a Railway Company -under the name of the Alberta Northern Railway and Goal Company, with power to construct and operate aline of Railway from a 'point in or near Lethbridge, thence Northwesterly to a point at or near High River, thence Northerly to a point in or near Calgary, thence Northerly and to the West of the Edmonton branch of. the Canadian Pacific Railway to a point in or near Ed- monton, also branch lines to Red Deer and Wetaskawin and from any other .pomt or points on the NOTICE local Agricultural Societies EDITORIAL NOTES TA8ER TALK. The west wants a better news! from Eastern Canada. Our! daily newspapersare loaded up with at the undermentioned places and I dates: Medicine Hat......Feb. 19 and 20 i Lethbridge....... .Feb 21 and 22 Raymond. jMagrath...... Cardston...... The speakers will be: ..Feb. 23 Feb. 2-i ..Feb. 26 and 27 J. Stand- doubtless be an elaborate an-1 ish, V. y., Walkerton, Ont, horses; 1 D. Anderson, Rugby, Ont., cattle, sheep end swine: A. W. Foley. Bowmanvillc, Ont.. poultry. At i the mominsr and afternoon sessions (From the Herald Buildings arc still going up. too much guif from across the bor- j Tho grand clyiriicter ball to be given T, i -it i 111 on Feb. 22. birthday.' der. It is only right we should l have the important news of the: world, but we are entitled to more' 0 t Saturaay jMarch ;ird. at news of what is going on in new. ada The proposal to form a Ca-; drama, "Forgivon." will be pre- nadian Associated Press is proper, sented by the Taber Dramatic Co. New scenery and stage settings are V n qualities and conforma I ions will be Milton Scott has returned from pointed out. Evening meetings the "round up." and reports all be devoted to addresses aiid discussions of general topics. A cordial invitation is extended c. the proceeds to be de- to al1 interested in agriculture voted to the hospital to be erected attend. T VjlUU.W.1. proiMsed lines, not exceeding m wty ot iwlmonton, with power pnoo tli'irtv miles in length construct, maintain and open any one case .thirty .miles in lengtl with power to constuct and operate telegraph and telephone lines, to acquire, develop and convey over its right of way, or otherwise, elect- ric power, and to sell and distribute the same, and.to acquire and.oper- ate steamboats and ferries in con- nection with the- Railway, ami to develop mines and de- posits of coal and other minerals: all of which works are to bedeclar- ed to be for the general advantage of Canada. Dated at .Windsor, this 30th day NOTICE is hereby given that an application will be made to the Legislative Assembly for the Prov- ince of Albortn. at tho first session thereof, i'oraiuictto in corporate the; Montana. Taber and Edmonton Railway Company, with power to construct, opi-rate and maintain a railway from tho international boundary line between Canada and the United States of America, ;it a point bo'twc-en Coutts find the east- erly boundary of the Province of Alberta, to intersect the Crow's Nest ttranch of the Canadian Pa- cific Railway Company's lines at or noar Taber. and from thence northerly to a point in or near the to operate from' the other or branch lines and the sooner it is existence the better. brought into animals will be brought before the j class and with the aid of score j cards desirable and undesirable! J. ARNOLD "Windsor. Ont. i- :frt_ oolicitor Merchants should "hold up" the Dominion Express Company for a delivery system in this town. well at Mt. View. A grand concert is soon to be No place, in the boast of as, steady a growth as Loth- Ihursday evening, the loth, a rousing meeting was held at the i Taber central school house, at the; Don't fail to plant some more cnn Of our village overseer, I trees about your property this year. Probert. who acted as chairman; J. J. Walton was chosen secretary. We'll soon know where the Chairman Probert announced that uiancnt.capital of Alberta is to be necessary number of dog col- T-J- ,-nV r> ,v lars iiad been iHirchascd. and all Wejt.h favor BantL who wisljetl to prescnfc canines must come forward, buy The abundance of social func- and place upon the neck of his tions these evenings is a sign that favorite Ivirkcr a collar, or the vii- Lent "is close at hind laoc tloS Wl11 soon fO JIcLlll.1' T 1 ____ with his AVmchcster and become the ownr-r of cnch and every dog The next fellow who tells you it found upon tho streets, unrc-gister- does'nt pay to invest in South A1-, cd. A committee of thrcn vrns ap- berta property, take him by the "Pointed at this meeting, two of arm and lead him to Dr. McClurc's wll0m w'rc V? atten.d approach- ing convention at Calgary and omce and he will mighty soon work in mtcrcst of Tabor and change his mind when the Doctor vicinity in the wny of getting more tells him that a land company, op- roads and assistance in securing crating, a few miles from. Letli- machinery for Veil boring. Arcs bridge, paid a dividend of 125 per Deputy Minister Agriculture. Land Titles Act 1894 Proof having been made to my to i satisfaction of the accidental losso i destruction of Duplicate Certificate i of Title I. 215 issued for Lot 4. Of i Block 16 Lethbridge D" to i Allen Francis McMillan and dated __! 25 th day of November 1890 T give notice that I intend after tho p_ubli- tho cation of this noiicc in .Leth- FEBRUARY The February born wiii find Sincerity and peace of mind Freedom from pjsstcn and from care If (hey 'he amethyst wiil wear. Have You Seen ras rcati tiw and signed by ccr.ser.t of tho olution ceur. :.ThaVs bettor than tho aver- to the removal age gold mine. of the post office from its present site to one farther northeast. Tt Edmonton had better take its' wnK decided by vote that Overseer census while the Alberta Lcgislat-i bc n T, ni cajwble person to act as villa ere ure is m session. It would be aole torian to add a couple of hundred to its ______t population- ____ Dr. C. C. Clcndcnnan. Edmon- ton, will likely be appointed provin- Say, would nt they appreciate officer al a of The case is gold filled, guaranteed for 25 years and contains a good reli- able movement. A good variety of cases to pick from. Von run no risk ns our broad guarantee protects yon. Satisfaction Guaranteed Wm. C. Liphardt Successor to A. ZiJIiax Jeweler Optician i bridge Herald for four consecutive i weeks to issue to the said Allan 1 Francis McMillan a new Duplicate in lieu of the. one so lost i Dated at' the .Land Titles Office I Calgary this Twenty-fifth day of January, 1900. W.Roland -Winter Registrar for South Al- berta Land Registra- 4il3 tion District. railway above described, westerly ;o a point in or near the city of Oalgary. and from the said railway westerly to the town of Lethbridge, md from tin: said railway easterly to the town of Medicine Hal, and [rom the said railway easterly or north-easterly to the boundary ti between the province of Af- berta and the province of Saskat- chewan, and with to con- struct other branch lines, not to ex- ceed in length in any one instance forty miles, together with the pow- er or connecting with other Rail- ways at any of the said points and of maintaining and disposing of the said Railway and works and with power to construct, own and operate telegraph and telephone lines, road- ways, tramways and roads, and with such other powers as are usually given to Railway companies. L. M. Johnstonc Lethbridge, Alberta, Solicitor for Applicants. NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that an ap- plication will-bo made to the Leg- islative Assembly of the Province of Alberta, at its first session, for an act to incorporate a Railway Company under the name of The Alberta Southern Railway Com- pany, with power to construct, oper- ate and maintain a rail way, from, a point in the town of Lothbridge in the said Province of Alberta, in a westerly direction to the Boundary line between-the said Province and the Province of British Columbia J and from _the of Loth-! bridge iu a northerly direction to a point in the city of Calgary, iu the said Province: and from a point in the town of Macleod. in the said province, i n a north easterly direction to intorseci. the said line from Lethbridge to Cal- gary; and from said point of inter- section in an easterly direction to WESTERN WAREHOUSE TRANSFER CO. Ltd. the town of Medicine Hat in the said Province; with authority also to construct branches from any point on the proposed lines not ex- ceeding in any one case thirty miles in length, with power to con- struct. own and operate telegraph and telephone lines, roadways, tramways and roads ;--md with power to connect with any other Synopsis Of Canadian North-West. HOMESTEAD REGULATIONS. ALBERTA REALTY Co. We arc in the Real Estate Business and can get you a buyer for your lots or your lands. We have some bargains for you in irrigated lands or in winter wheat lands, well lo- cated and at money-making prices. Do not fail to sco us before buying or listing. 0. R. DANIEL Manager. Offices--Southard Block unk of ,th5s.woather in Ontario per year. now, when the thermometer there mi if o-' i The engagement is announced of is regisfccnng 20 and 2o degrees Wm> L .McLaren, son of Senator Ixjlow, McLaren, Perth to Miss Anna I Gcmmell, niece of Mrs. T. Andrews, W. T. TIENSGN, PEOP. Don't ccaso boosting Lcthbridg Boot Shoe Store 1 If rf] cstatc to ?rf1' city or country houses to rent, or wish to own your own homo, see A. McQueen. 3tf NY even numbcrc'l section o' Dominion Landi In Manitoba. Saakatchrwan and Alherta. excepting S an I not rc'-ctvcd, be bomestcadeil by anv person who Is the so c head of a family, or any mile over IS years of age, to the extent o'u, c quarter sccilon ICO acres, more or lcsj. KnTy maj be maOc personally at the loci! land ofl'.ce for the dlHtrici In which the land Is situate, or If thehomesteader desires, he may on application uv the Minister of trjc Interior Ottawa, ihe Commissioner of Immigration. Winnipeg, or the receive authority Tor home to make entry for hi m. The homesteader la required To perform vbc conditions connected therewith under occ ol ihef 1. At least n'-x months' residence upon and culllvailon of the land In eac'i year for th years, If iht: r. other. If the faiher Is iJei'eaflc-'l) of the home leader r Mdcs upon a fiiim in i'nt; idt.'it- :cn; lai.t; Tor thr reqnlremcTiis as to residence be satisfied onch person roldlns: wlih father or mothc'. 3. if Ifc.; H1. if iiAaiitri Cinititicnt upon (arminK iAml iiwiit'i !ry Jinn in ilic Vit in- Ity of hla homcalcad, the as to f.-idence mav huirhlc and Granite MONUMENTS Wholesale and Uciaii NELSON, B.C. B.C.MOOKEJ.ocal.Xst Drs. DeVeber Campbell Phvsicinns atid Surgeons. block. 'Phone M3. If on tho W. AV. and j someone "Have always demand a "Lethbridge i Belle." It's a good smoke, and home manufacture. Barnes Co. ESTATE and GENERAL AGENTS Office-Second Floor Southard Block Pest. Office Box 3 Telephone No. 122 ;