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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 21, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta BtllDAlUUb S"APSON & H'JCHANAN Publtsi ers B. SIMrROS .V. A. M'cuanan i ai Month 'Hint fellow Pintle, rif Medieine Hut. takes himself \ery I'leriously. He imagines, no doubt, I Imt if In-hud been nominated he woiiltl have been elect I'd. Nobody e'lse thinks st�. 1 lioliull. 1 i The A. \i. �V 1 people ,ire ilcui' ____-______their utmost to remove the impr .s ADVERTISING, sion thnt Southern Alberta is SI.00 Per Inch !>'ss ''>' providing idonty of tf .,.s l(, be planted throughout this* il istrit-t. ountry \ KU LITTLE |lltlt)|IS (if '..jBsotmntoN Advance  SI.60 a y ,,-srwIse S2.00 o n t yeor They are doiinr the service. a great HERALD HAMMERLETS. Well, now that Alice Koosevel; has been married, tho America u newsjMijiors will be expected to re turn to the discussion of protection, the Monroe doctrine ami oth-to er topics in which the States used ha Into l>c interesti d. A mnn named Lemon is erecting a hotel ut Tuber. Xiitunllv we will expect the Lemon House to be run on lemonade principles. A Methodist minister at Ued Deer entertained at a skating iwirty. He can't 1h> any relation to tt Methodist minister down east who denounces skating as a sinful amusement. IMPORTANCE^ PUBLICITY. Lethbridge might follow, with great advantage to itself, tho plans adopted by Cnlgnry bonrd of trade fn its publicity campaign. This town and district is not as well known as it should lx\ People in the east and south hnve very little idea of our vast coal nnd agricultural resources. It is our duty toll them all about it and the only-way we can do it is to publish in the pni>crs nnd through circulars the resources, advantages and climate of the Lethbridge district. The Irrigation Co. is doing a splendid work in this resect. bwt it is the duty of every citizen ns well to join together ami promote the claims of this district with all the energy they possess. There is nothing to equal publicity, and especially when you have a sul>-stnntial argument to work ujxjii. Calgary has adopted the follow- ,H.rmiui[,K mu {q " ^ ingpohcyn, its effort to attract ,, (,mt jn(v u%i n people to that city ami district. t,,OUK,lt wo,m,n hm, .^.^ ^ � lo pubbsh for wide dis.nbunon ri ,,t u, the best possible literature desenpt- * _ ive of the resources and advantages r . of the Calgary districts. 18 about tlm> Juvenile Hostoiiians. who open ' ! the op.'yi house for a season of l wo niehis, beginning March 1st. 111 a i If I by eiiii ii i tier Ha be M ason. iinl eomposeil ,,|- (woiity-live other si !.:.. tl,e iliusie lo\el's if Lelll- biide......ilainly ln.ve a (real in , store for them. A Vancouver paper sa\s: Miss Kosa lleniiy ami Miss Ilea trice Booth, the two uiembers of the Williams Juvenile ('uinpany who have been heraldtxl for some tiin irid added pleasure of night This arrived Wednesday �onsiderable to the "(iypsy (iirl" last evening the clever little folks will present the "Hajnh de P-iznln," which will run for the rest of the week. Saturday night tli�' company makes its appearance lure for the last time, so there is only a short time left to see these artists. The company has more than made good with the people of Vancouver, for it has1 more than lived up to the promises made by it. It is something out of1 the ordinary to see any thing put on by children so sparkling nnd clever as has been presented by the1 Juvenile Bostoninns. FAMOUS Juvenile - Bostonians Thirty Clever Child Artists famous All over the Great West. Miiiiiinnnnmiii New Brunswic!; has passed a law e law K Souvenierl : I China Very ln-st of China with n t Lethbridge e x c e scenes This company of wonderful little folks will present bright operas at Oliver's Hall on Thursday and Friday, March 1 and 2 Be sure and reserve seats at once at J. D Higinbotham's Mason & Risch Piano Co. The Mason A: Winch Piuno is conceded by all competent judges to be the highest, grade of Pianos made in ('annda. If interested, call and let us show you the goods. Sold on easy terms to suit, your purse. Showroom at the "2 Much." E. J. OANN DISTRICT At) ENT tctbbridgc iron Works Co., Ld. Manufacturers of GREY IRON AND BRASS CASTINGS II. I.. Stephen* . Matt Rockcndorf Whon you oorne to tho Metropolis stay at the Palace 1 Hotel  MACHINE SHOP WORK PROMPT-LY v CORRECTLY EXECUTED MINE AND SAWMILL WORK A SPECIALTY & Whitney hnsintroduced tin- Hub. Ix-r Ball Policy in Ontario, lie is bouncing nil the tirit ollice holders. CAUGHT ON THE FLY. Ihincan Marshall, manager of The Edmonton Bulletin: I must congratulate you on the bright, newsy jmper that you are getting out in Lethbridge. and I wish yon everv success." .!. V. (iritlln. head of the Li-To invite the representatives of pueking house at Winnipeg T leading newspapers to ' ................ visit Cnlgnry, to entertain ami drive them around the district, and to jwiy their travelling and other expenses when necessary. Let Lethbridge fellow a similar course and we will guarantee the development of the district will be far more rapid than it has ever been in the past. Try the phm and get results. my mind that irrigation scheme in vour district is going t-> make that country exceedingly valuable. K. Cnznir It is just lik-- spring at Cardston. II T. Kvans I would hardly know parts of the town, as so many buildings have gone up sinee I was here last. Some ladies We will be glad when Lent arrives, so that w>- can have a rest from social activity Call and See Them "Nothing but the Best' Our Motto. |W. J. Armstrong JEWELER ENGRAVER OPTICIAN. We want a chnnce to ligure on your CASTING AND MACHINE WORK No mutter how large or how small SELLING AGENTS FOH Canada Foundry Co. steam pump-Gurney Foundry Co., steam and hot water heating Canadiiio Asbestos Co , Asbestos cement Ontario Wind Knginc and Pump Co windmills etc . wood and stool water tanks all capacities NOTICE. NOTICE is hereby given that application will be made to the Parliament of Canada at its next session for mi net to incorjionite a Hailway Company under the name of the Alberta Northern Hailway and Coal Compuny. with power to construct nnd operate a line of Railway from n jtoint in or near Lethbridge. thence Northwesterly to a i>oint nt or near High River, thence Northerly to a jKunt in or near Cnlgnry. them-e Northerly and to the West of the Kdmonton branch of the Canadian Paeiti � Railway to a point in or neur lid-inonton. also bnineh lines to Red Deer and Wetnskawin and from any other point or points on the proposed lines, not exceeding in any one case thirty miles in length with power to eonstuct nnd oi>ernt NOTICE NOTICE. . ... . Notice is hereby given that an ap- ts hereby given tliittj pliivition will 1m> nnult> to tin* Leg. islative Assembly of the Prov EDITORIAL NOTES The west wants a ln-tter news service from Kastern Canada. ur daily newspnpersure loaded up with too much gutr from across the Uir-der. It is only right we should have the important news of the world, but we are ontitU-d to more taber talk. I Prom the Herald U�pre�.t;ta 1 Buildings an- .still going up. The grand character ball to be given on Feb. 22. Washington's birthday, will doubth-ss be an elaborate affair . Saturdav i-v- ning. March '-M. at news of what is going on in tan- M(.w 'ytl\n.T (h(. fl>llr_m.t udn The proposal to form a Ca- diaiun, Forgiven." will be pre- seiited by the Taber Dramatic Co. New scenery and stage settings an-iu pieparation. Milton Scott has returned from the "round up." and rci>orts all well at Mt. View A grand concert is soon to In-given here, the proceeds to be de-Voted to the hospital to be erected at Taber. Thursday evening, tho loth, a rousing meeting was held at tin-Taber central school house, at tin-call of our village overseer. Win. Prober!, who acted as chairman; .1. .1. Walton was chosen secretary. Chairman Probeit announced that the necessary number of dog col-lars had been purchased, and all who wished to preserve their canines must eomo forward, buy and place ujxni the neck of his favorite barker a collar, or the village dog destroyer will soon apjx-ar _ with his Winchester and become the owin-r of each and every dog The next fellow who tells you it found upon the streets, uutvgist. r- iiadinu Associated Press is proper, and the sooner it is brought into existence the better Merchants should "hold up" the Dominion Kxpress Company for a delivery system in this town. No place in the west can boast of as steady a growth ns Lethbridge. Don't fail to plant some more trees about your property this yeiir. We'll soon know when- the p. r-uiaiient capital of AU>ertii is to be established. We still favor BnnlV. The abundance of social functions these evenings is n sign that Lent is close at hand. 0001 Stockjudging Schools A series of Live Stock Judging schools will be held under the joint auspices of the Provincial Dej)jirtmeut of Agriculture and the local Agricultural Societies ,  , , . . at the undermentioned places and b-legrapli and telephone lines, to acquire, develop and convey over its right of way. or otherwise, electric J lower, and to sell and distribute the same, uiul to acouire and ojier-ati; steuinboatH und ferries in connection with the Railway, and to acquire und develop mines and de-posits of coal ami other minerals; all of which works are to bedeclar-ed to bo for the general advantage of Cnnadn. Dated at Windsor, this :M)th day of January, l'.KJ(5. A. J. ARNOLD Windsor, Out Solicitor for the Applicants . Feb. lit and 20 .Feb 21 and 22 ........Feb. 215 ........Feb. 21 dates: Medicine Hat,. Lethbridge.. .. Raymond..... Magrath...... Cardston..........Feb. 2rale the Montana. 'I'.-iI --r and Kdmonton Railway Company, with po\wr to construct. -Relate and maintain a railway from the international liouudary line between Camilla and the I'niteil Stales of America, at a point I - tu. en Coutts and the easterly Iii-ui-I.-tv of the Provinct Alberta. -,, intersect Nest I�i-ill- li i.i' the Canadian oitic Railway Company's lines at or near Taber. and from thence northerly lo a |>oiiit in or near the cit.y of Kdmonton. with |>ower to construct, maintain and operate other or branch lines i'roin the railway alnive described, westerly to a iK)int in or near the city of Calgary, and from the said railway westerly to the town of Lethbridge. and from the said raibay easterly to the town of Mi-dicine Mat. ami from the said railway easterly or north-easterly to the boundary lill.' between the province of Al-lierta and tin- province of Saskat- $1.00 per day I Opposite C. P. R. Depot * --| Stephens * Hockciulorf w Proprietors Calgary, Alberta WAREHOUSE & i nee of Alberta, at its first session, for an act to ineor|)orate a Railway Conqvanv under the name of The Alberta Southern Railway Coin-I winy, with |iowcr to construct. ojH*r-ate and maintain a railway from a |h)int in the town of Lethbridge in the said Province of Alberta, in a westerly direction to the Boundary line between the said Province and . ..... I rovmce ot British Columbia: the t row h|u11(1 ln ,j P does'nt pay to invest in South Alberta property, lake him by the arm und lend him to Dr. McC'llire's otticu and he will mighty soon change his inind when the Doctor tells him that a land company, op. orating a few miles from Lethbridge, paid a dividend of 12") p(r cant. Thu'.'s better than the average gold mine. ed. A committee of three was ap-|x)inted at this meeting, two of whom were to attend the approaching convention at Calgary and work in the interest of Taber and vicinity in the way of getting more roads nnd assistance in securing machinery for well lioring. A res olution was read and signed by many, asking the consent of the postal department to the removal of the post ollice from its present northeast FEBRUARY The February born will find Sincerity and ptacc of mind lietdoin from paision and fiom care If ihey ih� ameihyii will wtar. Have You Seen Our ------- Lady's $13 Watch The case is gold tilled, guaranteed for 2.*i years ami contains a good reliable movement. A good variety of eases to pick from. You run no risk as our broad gun ran tee protects you. Satisfaction Uiinranteed Wm. C. Liphardt site to one farther northeast It Edmonton had better take its was decided by vote that Overseer oausuB while the Alberta Legisht- l>r�T.rt l"' l'"'Pffice. Calgary this Twenty-fifth day of January, 19* Mi. W. Roland Winter Registrar for South Al-lierta Land Registru-lilU tiou District. hewnn. anil with jiower to construct other branch lines, not to exceed in length in any one instance forty miles, together with the (lower of connecting with other Railways at any of the said ixjints and of maintaining and dis]x>sing of tin-said Railway and works and with jjower to construct.own and operate telegraph and telephone lines, roadways, tramways und roads, and with such other powers as are usually given to Railway companies. L. M. .Johnstone Lethbridge, Alberta, Solicitor for Applicants. f i tin aidttown of Leth-bridge in a northerly direction to a l>oiiit in the city of Calgary, in the] said Province; and from a point in j the town of Maeleod. in the said province, i n a north easterly direction to intersect tin- said line from Lethbridge to Calgary; and from said jK>int of intersection in an easterly direction to the town of Medicine Hat in tin-said Province; with authority also to construct branches from any point on the proposed lines not exceeding in any one case thirty miles in length, with power to construct, own and operate telegraph and telephone lines, roadways, tramways and roads;mil with |x>wer to connect with any other railroads at any of the said points in the said Province of Allx-rta; together with sm-h )>owcrs of maintaining and disposing of the said railroad and works, and such other powers and privileges as are usually given to railway companies. L. M. Johnstone Solicitor for the Applicants. ALBERT A | REALTY Co. f W'e are in the Real Kstute Business and can get you a buyer for your town lots or your lands. We hnve some l�irgains for you in irrigati-d lands or in winter wheat lands, well located and nt money-making fprices. Do not fail to see us befoie buying or listing. DANIEL Manager. -Southard Block C. R OfficeB Central Boot & Shoe Store I h you imyo n�i estate to �ji. 1 city or country houses to rent, or wish to own your own home, see A. McQueen. 3tf Synopsis Of Canadian North-West. HOMESTEAD REGULATIONS. Any rviMi null)lu"n- ' h 'Ctlu i uf linmliilnii LiimU In MaitltoLu. SanUatcht'wan uiul Alberta. mc^pMtit; * an ! v�i. i.ui re nvvj, trtmf br t)Qin**t�l4Mr anv in il.- i.i i-r |h viuth uf*JJ*-*� tht* fXl'Mlt Uf U �* ijlltll tf 1 Ht-C'lnli of 100 act oh. inure �>r U*h�, Kn'ry maj be tua'lf per^-JtiaMy at the loca' l.uid oflU i- fnr ihu UtNtrlct In wtiit l> ibe UuU th Blluikte.ur If ttie h'fini'Htr.nlei iltclrtH, tic may nil ^ppllcatlun i i ttu* MlntnUi uf i>.i- lnt�.iii,i Ottawa hi' ('.'inmlHiU'tK'r i>f i'"t tfceive authurltv Utr homo ui.e tu nialii'oimy for hi in. The burnt HttaO'T 1h rer ft olher. If the falhei 1m ttoi eane.t) of the Li'iiic leader r hhlfh Mpoit a f jl 111 lit the * let t'it 'to- -iil.tt t ii-r i t d for the riqiilreineuin at� ti> rt kI.U'im in.iv la- Haiistled br Ntich prrbnii lefl.t'm; wuh "he father oi niol he * .1 If the - ettU t bui M .  i niiineM r. hhienre ii[iou fai itiIhh Ut.�l �vvue�l by hun lu ibe vb ln-Ky uf bin hume�#lea Itnggies, Kte. J. F. RODGER3 Phone 63. Muiunjei m mm ?????????Dtin mm Horner & Hutchison The Harness Men Have a complete and well assorted stock of anything that a horseman need*. ^ankets. Robes, Whips Saddles, Spurs, Bits, etc. EVERYTHING V0U WANT AND EVERYTHING RIGHT NOTICE Notice is hereby given that np-plication will he uinde nt the tl'rst session of tlu; Legislative Assembly of the province of Alhertn, for an Ortliunnce incor(>oruting "The Umpire C!luh" for the purjjose of es-Uihlishing a (.Huh in the Town of Lethbridge for social purposes with the usual jiowers incidental thereto. DATED this tilth day of .fumm-ry. liHMi. CONYBEAKEiV: IVES. Solicitors for Applicants. NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the town of Lethbridge will, at tho first Session of the Legislative Assembly, for the Province of Alberta apply for an Ordiiumco incorporating it as a city, with all powers necessary and incidental thereto; and to ratify and confirm certain Delx-iitureH issued in pursuance of By-law No. 17<� of the said town, and also to ratify and confirm Bylaw No. 21M of the said town, and a certain agreement entered into thereunder with certain Unilway Companies. Dated this f�th day of .January, A. D. l'.ltHi, Conybeare & Ives. Solicitors for the town of Lethbridge. Horner & Hutchison fiHieiMpflMlililB ?nnnnnaanano KQQTENAY MARBLE WORKS Shacklctoit Simpson & � �� Manufacturers ot Marble and (iranitc MONUMENTS Wholesale and b'etail NELSON, B.C. iv 4  9 �J �J  O  "  B.C. MOOR i:, Local Agt  Barnes &l Co. REAL ESTATE and (iENEKAL AGKN'I S- Offices-Ott blook. 'Phono 143. If your're on the W. W. and, Office-Second Floor Southard Bl^ck someone says, 'Have something,"! | nlways deninnd a "Lethbridgo Belle." It's n good smoke, and it's Poai Office Box 3 home manufucture, (tl' Telephone No. 122 ;