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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 21, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta .EtHBRlDGB HERALD g'-AFSON & H'JCHANAN Publis'i ers F E. SniFSOS W. A. BrcHANAN SU BSCRIPTTON: AdvaucB - �1.50ayenrj t.^rwiae - 2.00 a yenri That Mlow Piijglf. '>f Mrdiciiic Hat. tiikps hiiiisflf vrry .-iprioiisly. FL? imaginos. no (loul")t., I hat if lir had hof'u tioiiiiiiatcd hr wonU liiivc ! hi>(-n olected. Xdbody c'lsp thinks I so, though. [he \'KV LriTLl-: STARS, fi.ili'ons of the l/cthliridRC ADVERTISING; I 3' Month - �1.00 Per Inch IMPORTANCE OF PUBLICITY. Tlio A. K. iV: 1. i.H'oi^k> arc do.'i' ^ ihfir utmost to loniovr tlio impr sion thai Sontlicru .Mlu-rta is *.n.c-loss by providing iilenty of tr'..(.s lo he plaiitod throughout this (] istrict. They are doiiu"; the countiy a great 3i'('vic-o. HERALD HAMMERLETS. Letbbridge might follow, with' great advantage to itself, the plans � _ adopted by Calgary board of trade: in its publicity campaign. Thisj ^^^^H- ""^^ that Alieo town and district is not as woll. 1^^'=* t>een married, the American known as it should be. Peoplo in ; "unvspajjers will be expcctctl to lo-the east and south have ver>' little t^"'^ to the discussion of protc^o-idea of our vast coal and agrioul-: tiou. the Monroe doctrine and otli-tural resources. It is our duty to, �opics in which the Stat(>s us.'d tell them all about it and the only to ^>^' interestid^^_ way we can do it is to publish in; thepai^rs and through circulars A �amed Len.oz, is omtu.g the Jesources, advant^iges and cli- ^^^turdlv ... mate of the Lethbridge district. "^1 ^-^If'^* the Lemon House to b. The Irrigation Co. is doing ^[^n ou \^uc^plcs. splendid work in this resi^ect, but Methodist minister at l{ed it is the duty of every citizen as, j^^,^,^ entertained at a skating well to jom together and promote the claims of this district with all the energy they possess. There is nothing to equal publicity, and especially when you have a substantial argument to work uixjn. ^t^^. grunswiclv has passed a law Calgarj' has adopted the follow- permitting women to practice law ing iJolicy in its etTort to attract ,, j^at province. We always people to that city and district. thought women had inlieritLv! the To publish for wide disiributiou jjgijj argue. the l)est possible literature descript- '_ ive of the resources and advantages t*  i i ti i . i of the Calgary districts. , ^^'^^ ^"^^ Robertson and To maintain a commissioner of Hiebert tossed up coppers to de-publicity with such assistants as cide the leadership of the. Consena- a rioutsi' wdl hail witii di>lighl news of llie eoniing of ttie fniii-� lu'.cniU' Hosloniaiis. who open :! thi' ojH'VM ho\!S(> fnr a season i>f Iwo iii.j,iiis. lieginning .Mareli 1st. lii aded liy cunning Babe .Mason, and fiinipdsi'd nf (\ven(y-(i\e iither siais. tlif inusir Iumm's oI' i.eth-liridtiv ccrlainly \\;:y>' a trea! in store for tliein. .\ \'an(^ouver papi'r says: Miss Kosa lliMiny and .Miss I'o.itrieo Booth, tiu' two ineuibers of tiie Williams .luvouile (.'onipany wiio liave been heraidetl j for sou!o time, arrivixl AVcilnesday a.'id added eonsiderablo to the I pleasure of "Ciypsy tiirl" last night. This evening the clever . Iittl(> folks will present the "Rajah j lie p'\y.n\i\," which will run for the] rest of the week. Saturday night | the eonipany makes its api^earanee ; lier(> for tlu' last time, so there is only a short time l(>ft to see these baby artists. The eonipany has more than made good with the ppojile of Vancouver, for it has mon- than livt-d 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. party. He can't be any relatioii to a Methodist minister dowm east who denounces skating as a sinful amusement. may be necessary. To maintain agents at Winnipe.; and other suitable pomts to wori% among intending settlers and others in the interests of Calgary and district. To advertise judiciously the resources and advantages of the district in the newspapers of the L'nited States, Eastern Canada and Great Britain. tive opxwsition in Alberta. Whitney has introduced the Rul>. ber Ball Policy in Ontario. He is bouncing all the Grit otnce holders. CAUGHT ON THE FLY. .Duncan Marshall, manager of To^ TnTourage and financially The Edmonton Bulletin: ^'I must assist if necessary the bringing cif congratulate you on the bright. TLs coStS^^^^^ cither newsy paper that you are getting gatherings to Calgary, and to enter- '^^^ J^^!:"^^' ^'^^ ' tain such visitors if deemed advis- ^'*^^> success. able. J- Y. Griffin, head of the big To invite the representatives of packing house at Winnipeg-To leading newspapers to visit Cal-' my that irrigation scheme in gary, to entertain and drive them vour district is going to make that aroimd the district, and to pay ' country exceedingly valuable. their travelling and other expenses E. Cazair-It is just like spring when necessary,, at Cardstori. Let Lethbridge follow a similar H T. Evans- I would hardly course and we will guarantee the know parts of the town, as so many 1 1 . . ii 1- i  t ....-11 buildings have gone up since 1 was development of the district will be j^^^^ � � far more rapid than iti has ever Souvenier China Very best of China with excellent Lethbridge scenes FAMOUS - Bostonians Thirty Clever Child Artists famous All over the Great West. This company of wonderful little folks will present bright operas at 's Hall on Thursday and Friday, March 1 and 2 Be sure and reserve seats at once at J. D Higinbotham's " tmtm iron mork$ Co., m. Manufacturers of GREY IRON AND BRASS CASTINGS MACIflNE SHOP WORK PROMPTLY CORRECTLY EXECUTED MINE AND SAWMILL WORK A SPECIALTY Call and See Them ;;Nothinghtit the Best;^ Our Motto. W. J. Armstrong JEWELER ENGRAVER OPTICIAN. We want a chance to figure on your CASTING AND MACHINE WORK SELLING AGENTS FOR Canada Foundry Co.. steam pumpc Gurney Foundry Co., steam and hot water heating. No matter how large or how small 5 (sXs)rr(sXsxa)rr(sxsxs^ Canadian Asbestos Co., Asbestos cement untano Wind Engine and Pump Co windmills, etc., wood and steel water tanks all capacities NOTICE. NOTICE been in the past, and get results. Try the plan Some ladies - V/e will be glad , when Lent arrives, so that we cfin have a rest from social activity. EDITORIAL The west wants a better news service from Eastern Canada. Our daily newspapersare loaded up with from acre ily right TABER TALK. (Prom the Herald Kepresf nia.ivi Buildings aie still going up. NOTICE is hereby given that application will be made to tht Parliament of Canada at its next I session for an act to incorfwrate n I Railway Company iniderthe name i of the Alberta Northern Kailway ; and Coal Company, with power to I construct and operate aline of ' Railway from a iJoint in or near 'Lethbridge, thence Northwesterly i to a point at or near High River. I thence Northerly to a point in or C 4-/-\r*L> 1� r^4 r^Z*^^ ' "^a"" Calgary, thence Northerly and OIVJCAJ UClging to the West of the Edmonton ^ brancb of the Canadian Pacitir-Railway to a point in or near Ed-J inonton, also branch lines to Red Deer and Wetaskawin and from schools will be held mider'''the I P�'�* Points on the .ioint auspices of the Provinciid proposed lines, not exceeding in Department of Agriculture and the i ^"-^ o"'' *^"'*>' ""^^^ length local Agricu tural Societies i ^'^^ power to constuct and operate at the undermentionetl places and telegraph and telephone lines, to acquire, develop and convey over its right of way, or otherwise, electric ix)wer, and to sell and distribute the same, and to acquire and operate steamboats and ferries in connection with the Railway, and to Schools A series of Live Stock Judging I dates: ' Medicine Hat,.....Feb. 19 and 20 Lethbridge........Feb 21 and 22 Raymond................Feb. 23 Magrath.................Feb. 24 too much ^iff from across the bor- Th.-gramUharacter ball to be given Cardston. ...... Feb. 26 and 27 ,}^r Tt ia onlv rio-bt wp�linnld On Feb. 22. ^^ ashiiigton's birthday. The speakers will be: J. Stand-der. It 13 only riglit we should.lo^j^tl.^ss be an elaborate af- isli, V. S., Walkerton, Out., horses; have the important news of the f.^^^. q Anderson, Rugby, Ont., cattle, world, but we are entitled to more g^^^^^^^^^^^. sheep end swine; A. W Foley news of what 13 going on in Can- Tai,.r had, the foni-act Bowmanville, Out., poultry. At ada The proposal to form a Ca-, drama, '-Forgiven,-' will be pre- the moiinng and afternoon sessions nadian Associated Press is proix^r, sented by the Taber Dramatic Co. '^'fH^"^  1 "'^ and the sooner it is brought into New scenery and stage settings are ^J^*^^ '^i^" ^""^ ^'^^ "i'^ �l 11-1 ,-il.^ ^.ifl^l^ , qualities and conformations will be returned from ix)iiited out. Evening meetings and rei)orts all be devoted to addresses and discussions of general topics. , , , ^ L'rand concert is soon to be A cordial invitation is extended I'roof having been made to my No ,Iace in the we.l,can boa.l 'fgu'� ''"P""' '� "'�'""^ ""o EO. HABCOfBT "rTHIe I. 215 iMued (or Lot 4. acquire and 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 HOth day of January, 1906. A. J. ARNOLD Wiiidsor, Ont. existence the better. in preparation. Milton Scott lias cards desirable and "wlesirable ^^^,1^.^^^ ^pplic-mts. Merchants should "hold up" the the "round np." Dominion Express Company for a ^ delivery system in this town. ^ Land Tttles Acri894 of as steady a growth as Lethbridge. at Taber. Thursday evening, the loth, a rousing meeting was held at the Taber central school house, at the Don't fail to plant some more of our villa^^e overseer, Wm. trees about your property tliis year. Probert, who acted as chairman; J. - J. Walton was chosen secretary. We'll soon know where the ix r- Chairman Probert annoiincfKl that manent capital of Alberta is to be [''*^ "ecessary number of dog col-, , , , > r, .v '"'s had been purchased, and all established. ^ e stiU favor Bantt. ^^.,^0 ^^.j^l^^^j preserve their canines must come forward, buy The abundance of social func- and plac(; uiion the neck of his tions these evenings is a sign that favorite barker a collar, or the vil-Lent is close at hand. '"^'^ t-^' ^Jeftroyer will soon apioear _ with his Winchester and become the owner of each and every dog The next, fellow who tells you it found upon the streets, nuregister-does'nt pay to invest in South Al- ed. A committee of three was ap-berta property, take hini by the l^inted at this meeting, two of am and lead to Dr.� "'^^rr.'^.'na'' Cdgl.T^ti office and he will mighty soon vvork in the interest of Tabor and change his mind when the Doctor vicinity in the way of getting more tells him that a land company, op- roads and assistance in securing erating a few miles from Leth- machinery for well boring;. A res bridge, imid a dividend of 125 per T-** ''T ""T f i rr- l, 1 ix , niany, asking the consent of the caqt. ThaU bettor than the aver- j^ostal department to the removal age gold mine. of the post office from its present - site to one farther northeast. Tt, Edmonton had better take its ^""8 decided by vote tiiat Overseer. oemus while the Alberta Legislat-i "ff* empowered to choose a Ti, ,, capable person to act as village Insure IS 10 sesaion. It would bo able :torian. to add a couple of hundred to its , _ Dr. C; C. Clendennan, EdmonJ , , ^, . , ton, will likely beapiwintedprovin- Say, would'nt they appreciate a ,ial health otticer at a sidary of chuok of .this, weather in Ontario j $2,500 per year. HARCOr'RT ___________ Deputy Minister of! Block 16 Lethbridge "723 D" to Agriculture. Allen Francis McMillan and dated 25 th day of November 1890 I give -'.--, notice that I intend after the publi- cation of this notice in the Lethbridge Herald for four consecutive weeks to issue to the said Allan Francis McMillan a new Duplicate in lieu of the one so lost Dateil at the Land Titles Office, Calgary this Twenty-fifth day of January, 1006. W. Roland Winter Registrar for South Alberta Land Registra-4ilS iiou District. FEBRUARY The February born will find Sincerity and peace of mind F'reedom from passion and from care If ihey the ameihyit wiil wt�T. Have You Seen -------------- . Our----- Lady's $13 Watch The ease is gold filled, .gnarantecid for 25 years and contains a goocl reliable movement. A good variety of cases to pick from. You run no risk as our broad guarantee protects you. Satisfaction Crnaranteed Wm. C. Uphardt Successor to A. Zitliax .Jeweler - Optician NOTICE is hereby given that an application will be made to the Legislativt'Assembly for the Province of AHxTta. at the first session tliereof. j'oranaitto incorporate the-Montana, Tal)er and Edmonton Kailway roinpany, with power to construct, dix'iate and maintain a railway from the international bonntlary line between Canada and the ['nited States of America, at a piiiiit luiwien Coutts and the easterly ix.uiidary of the Province of Aliieita. lo intersect the Crow's Nest Blanch dl: the Canadian Pacific Kailway Conijiany's lines at or near Talier, and from thence northerly to a jxjiiit in or near the ciliy of Edmonton, with ixiwer to construct, maintain and operate other or branch lines front the railway abo\e described, westerly to a point in or near the city of Calgary, and from the said railway westerly to the town of Lethbridge, and from the said railwaj. easterly to the town of Medicine Hat, and from the said railway easterly or north-easterly to the boundary lino between the province of Al-Ijerta ai.d the province of Saskatchewan, and with jxjwer to construct other l)ranch lines, not to exceed in lengtli in any one instance forty miles, together with the power of conuectiiig with other Railways at any of the said points and of maintai ning and disposing of the said Railway and works and with jXJWer to construct, own and fipwers as are usually given to Railway companies. L. M. Johnstone Lethbridge, Alberta, Solicitor for Applicants. Synopsis Of Canadian Nortli-West. NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that an application will be made to the Legislative Assembly of the Province j of Alberta, at its first session, for an act to incorporate a Railway C!om\jauy under the name of The .Vlberta Southern Railway Com-[�iny, with powt^r to construct, operate and maintain a railwSiy. from a poiut in the town of Lethbridge in the said Province of Alberta, in a westerly direction to the Boundary line between the said Province and the Province! of British Columbia: and from the saiditowii of Lethbridge in a northerly direction to a point in the city of Calgary, in the said Province; and from a point in the town of Macleod, in the said province, i n a north easterly dirt.'ction to intersect the said line from Lethbridge to Calgary; and from said point of intersection in an easterly direction to the town of Medicine Hat in the said Province; with authority also to construct branches from any IX)int on the projxjsetl lines not exceeding in any one case thirty miles in length, with ix)wer to construct, own and operate telegraph and telephone lines, roadways, tramways and roads ;ind with power to connect with any other rai roads at any of the said points in thesaid Province of Alberta; together with such powers of maintaining and disix)siug of the said railroad and works, and such other jxiwers and privileges as are usually given to railway companies. L. M. Johnstone Solicitor for the Applicants. Mason & Risch Piano Co. Tlie Mason it Kiseh Piano is coneedtMi by all competijnt judges to Ik- the hiiiljest grade of PiaiKW inaile in Canada. If inlerestwl, call and let ns show you the gotxls. Sold on easy terms to suit your purse. Showroom at the "2 Macs." E. J. OANN DISTRICT AGENT H. L. Stephens . Matt Rockendorf When you come to the Metropolis stay at the Palace Hotel $1.00 Iper day opposite CP.R. Depot Stephens & Rockendorf Proprietors I Calgary, Alberta WESTERN WAREHOUSE & TRANSFER CO. Ltd. Railroad Transferring. Dray-ing and (xeneral Delivering. Coal Delivered Promptly, : HAY, OATS. SAND AND STONE FOR SALE AGENTS FOB McCormick & C.ocksliiitt Machinery Webber and Adams Wa^ons ." Canada Carriage (Jx months' rcf-ldence upon and cuUiv.iiion of the land in each year for three yeari. 2. If the father (ir n other, if the father is deieaserl) of the borne leader r sides upon a furni in ihe vlclnll- of 'he lat^tl enrered for the rctiulrements as lo residence may be satisded b.v such person rchldlng wHh the father or molhe' ;i. If the settler has bin i cironnent r. sldeiice upon farmloK land owned by blm In Ihe vkln-Uy of hlB homestead , the re ulrencnt- as lo reoldenco mav be satUfled by ret! lence upon the satii land. Six moiihs' notice In wriilni; should be iilven to the Cominlssliincr of Dominion Lands at Ottawa of Intention to apply for patent. W. W. 00 KY. Deputr of the Minister of Ihe Interior. NOTICE Notice is hereby given that ai>-plication will be made at the tfrst session of the Legislative Assembly of the province of Alberta, for an Ordinance incorixjrating "'The Empire Club" for the purjxise of establishing a Club in the Town of Lethbridge for social purixjses with the usual powers incidental thereto. DATED this 13th day of January, 190. Manufacturers of Marble and Granite MONUMENTS Wholesale and Ketaii 4 > 9 Co. REAL ESTATE and GENERAL AGEN I S; Office-Second Floor Sonthari BIf/ck OffioeB-Ott block. If your're^ on the W. W. and| someone says,- "Have sometliing," ��_ always demand a "Lethbridge Belle." It's a goal smoke, and it's Post 0�ice Box 3 Phons li3.' home manufacture. ftl' Telephone No. laa ;