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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 3, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta 1 L.  lei -.vvse : CANAiSr s A. BrUIAXAX . [ON; SI.50 a j'ear S2.00 a year coniiA):.!'!' Ill I'Ur :n i l.i ri fusidii iJiat. tirkiirovince this sidt of ()i.;,!;;o i; g to, but we must With the capital at Banff, the liav(> It. T:a' laiid development members will be certain to have of tli.-; c.ju:!!;y. d.cniands strong lofty ideas. rep--r.Miitati'�!! in tlie cabinet. Tin ^\'f.-i V.;,mm who know tlio of the miner, the lum' . '.!:' fisherman, the lar;,: r. : i.^' ;a M-Jior of !!; ('a!:;:da-and we say. witli al! ^U'h'W to OlderCanada. the W','..-: alov.'' can furnish nicii acijuaiiitcd > iJi tiur conditions. Wo havi' c^'i,, ir^r i^\,]q iii^ii there now in Frank (M>cr, but we can stand and niu .t i.a-.e another. We are I'ig cnom'!. i;..w, to talk above a whisi)cr ani want to roar the demai.il into tlu- f:\rs of Sir Wilfrid that the n,w cabinet minister should com land when. Canada's greatness. li(^ go;it diiTnt butt in" at the Masonic bani(iiet. If the servant ttirl knew all we expect her to knowshe woukrnt be a servant girl. OUNCB ;;:ch no i The only capital Calgary is likely to ixjssess is just the simple eapi tal C. This town owes more than words can tell to M. Barford's services to our schools. As trustee and chairman, he was ever mindful of the educational advancement and it is a pity he retired at this period, wlien growth and expansion seem certain. The grist mill idea is a gootl thing. Push it along. Lethbridge is the only sane place in Allierta. All the rest are capi'.al crazy. Anybody knows Lethbridge the life blood could be the capital by snappuig its linu'ers, but we don't want it. We are going to be the commercial capital, not the political capital. For Stile-Or to rent, several i good resolutions, almost as good as i new; made Jan. 1st, last, and never] broken-merely laid carefidly aside, i Sold now to make room for new ; stock. Oiir sale jus! c!()s,*(l ha.s been a grcni su cess, ani we want to tha.i'i li'.i; public In KC'tral for their libcrol putronag*. Wc know wc have given the people of ttiis city and vic:iii(,V'^e best values ever offered, and we will continue in the future, as in the past, giving the public tbe very best merchandise at the lowest possible nrtccs. n}^ Our New Holiday Goods hive arrived, and we arc now in position to show you the finest assortnient of Christmas Goods ever shown in Lethbrfdgc. � The Great Gamc-"K1NG'S COURT Sold in all large cities at $1.75, now on sale at 65c. Be sure and get one for the children. TICKS PROM THE WIRE Bits of News from' All Over the World. E Coatsworth was elected mayor of Toronto. Brandon smoke. brewery went up in We 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 OR BUSINESS LETHBRIDGE CO-OPERATIVE ASSOCIATION Vancouver's iX7pulalioii is estimated to be ()U.Ut)U. The heaviest work to bc^ done next year on the western lines of the G. P. K., General Superinteiid- � 1 ,1 r>- 1  �'''wt Jainii'son savs will be on the The I nends college a I'ickenng g,^,,,.-^ ^^.^.^^ D\y\^hn Unt., was ttestroyeil l>v fire. n. ".During Robt. Cr. McCush, teller, Commerce, Winnip(^g, saicid I IU05" h" says "we carr.t'd on very >aiik of''"-"^'tMisive operations on the main ' line, widenin.c the grade, adding ballast, replacing the old iron with Canadian shec^i) took the hluelu-'-vviersteel. Next year similar riblxjn at the big Chicago sIkjw. ! work will be done on the Crows ; Neat and inostof the track will l>e standardized" It is said the York Loan company will pay cents on the dollar. Nash, Carson & Taylor. dej)art-merital store. WinniiJtg. lia\c as-sitined. A. Wickson. Merchant's Ba retired. nk, manager of the Winnipeg, has I THE Vacant houses are as scarce here as cold weather. Sarah Bernhardt, the actress, denomiced Canada's lack of a native school of art and literature and her remarks inspired a iusilade from the w'estT the �^ ^^^'"^ ''Sg^ ^a'^^* lies the future of students. The grey- whiskered products of the great Canadian hen did not hit the fair Sarah, and she left the country, convinced that the young Canadians had not even acquired the art of shooting straight. SELECTION OF A QPITAL A good New Year's resolution: 'To boo4t Lethbridge." It looks to us tl-at Banff is about tile best i)huc yet mentioned for the capital of Alherta. Its imposing location in the mountains makes I it by all mi-.ans t' �� iiuest site for a capital. Xo pro ince could boast Make 1906 the banner year in of a more inctuiesque seat of Lethbridge's history, govenunent than .Mberta, if it was to select Bant!' as its capital. The � We are not trying to negogiate a UnitiHl States seketed ^Vashington "stand in" with the "Old Man" as its capital, in o.der to create a ^"he" we say that the Cranbrook city that would bv laid out on well Herald annual, every page of it, is devi loped plans, i: city iJeculiar to worth thousands of dollars to Cran-ilself and de ,joted solely to purposes ^rook and the country round about, of governnunt. Today we find the Not an industry in the district is Dominion government expending forgotten and a copy of the annua money to beautify Ottawa and in the hands of capitalists in the make it a cily worthy of the capital east would stir them to invest their of Canada. At Banff nature has coin in the resources of that region, ble.sscd us with environments unequalled in the world and the Boost Dr. DeVeber for the Sen-location of our caiatal there would, ate. Lethbridge and Southern Al-in future years, ni.ike us rightly borta are entitled to representation proud. i'Muiontoii and Calgary's the Senate, ceaseless campaign for the capital has a nioiK tary object in view, the | Herald Hammerlcts. adiling of p->':itige and imiJorlance. Banlf will never be a commercial Well, is the new leaf still tnmed cetilre and as the capital of Alberta over? it wov.Ul be I'nM' to a certain extent from the intluences of commercial-1 Forget it! What? 1905. isin. In billii:onton or Calgary, the capital WO!.1,1 be se(ondary to ma- ^ ^a''y g''anddaughter has been b'rial advaneenieat: in Banff the given $1,000,000 by Senater Clark, capidd wonld le the feature of tie Montana. The youngster had place. baiil.'s cl.nnis should be better watch out or it will be carried carefully ,111,1 seriou'ily con-sidcred. '"^'^X ^ ^^^^ ora lortl. Toronto voted by an enonnons majority against a reduction of^ liquor licenses. j Ex-Premier Ross, of Ontario, i' was given a purse of twenty thons-; \ and dollars by his admirers. ! F.Fletcher Hutchinson, of the: Union bank, Didsbury, skipped out. He is a thoii.sand dollars , short. j Shareholders in' the York Loan j stand to lose one-third of their i money. Their is a deficit of one i million dollars. Gen. Bootli, of the Salvation Army, will visit Canada this year. He is to spend $1,000.(J0(> on emigration schemes. Church union is drawing nearer. Kev. Dr. Barclay, a Montreal Presbyterian divine, took part in an Anglican church service there. Hon. Wm. Temi)leman, of Biit-ish Columbia, will likely become Minister of Inland Revenue in the Dominion Government. Hon. L. P. Brodeur becoming Minister of Marine and Fisheries ^V'ill iind our store better ami larger than ever. S9 A Baseball Episode (FfcmtlieEye Qpentr } The way of the transgressor is hard, if the story K. O. Matheson, (late editor of the Raymond Chronicle and the city treasurer of thot saccharine burg and. still later, defaulter to the tune of S2,0tK�) be true. Not long since, under stress of circumstance, Matheson made confession to a prominent business man of Raymond that he in his capacity of manager of the local baseball team, had agreed to "sell out" an important game last sum' mer to Lethbridge for a consideration of S200. A Lethbridge u\an, not in any way connected with the Lethbridge team, gave him a cheque for 200 before the game was played. Justly or unjustly this statement implicated one or two of the Raymond hoys. When he went to cash the cheque however, he was politely told by the gentlemanly cashier that the cheque had been repudifited. Thus he found himself double-crossed. The boys who were in 011 he deal came around for their whack and it was the predicament thus envolved that caused Matheson to approach this man to help him out. As we remarked the way of the trangressor is hard, es[!ecial-V the baseball transgressor. Ifyonr watch or clock is out of order, see Armstrong If your eyes are weak, see Armstrong IA Happy New Year to All | Tiie Festive Season is near its end and we are pleased to inform our patrons that we still have holiday goods to sell. Our stock was never more complete. Everything fresh and new. Choice fancy Groceries; full lines Christie's Biscuits, Cakes and Plum Puddings; Robertson's Confectionery, nil kinds; Ontario Apples in boxes and barrels; Nuts, Figs, Dates, Crystallized Fruits,Grapes,Oranges, Bananas, Cranberries,Celery, Spanish Onions, Cider, RaspbfiiTy Vinegar and un- , fermented Wines. Order early. : : : : I SHERLOCK, FREEMAN & CO ^ 'I'le .Ma :oa .'. 11 c'l i ''a .i|i> js coiiceijed liy all eonijjelent jndgi's to be tlie hi^^liest grad" of Pianos made in Canada. �. If interested, call and let ns show you the goods, vSold on easy teruis to suit your purse. Showroom at the "iiJ Maes." E. J. OANN DISTRICT AGENT H. L. Stephens Matt Rockcndorf �When you come to the Metropolis stay at ttie |Palace| Hotel $1.00 !per day Opposite C. P. R. Depot StcpiiCJi.s & Ifockcndorf Proprietors I Calgary, Alberta |�  I Kirip Lumber Mills | i LIMITED ; 'Nothing but the Best" is his motto. {W. J. Armstrong I JEWELER ENGRAVER OPTICIAN. I Cranbrook, B. O.  - � -' -��--' X MANUFACTURERS OF ^ I Rough and Dressed Lumber j I Moulding and Lath i STANDARD  Lumber Oo'y A FULL STOCK OP 4t Dixen Merchant Tailors ^ Ij you want the Latest Thin^ in a New SUIT - OR . OVERCOAT Call on Them. : Rough and Dressed Lumber;  Prompt shipments made to any part of Alberta LETHBRIDGE BREWING & MALTING COMPANY, LTD MANUFACTURERS OF I Fine Lager, Beer, Ale and Porter THE BEST IN THE M'EST All orders sent to the Brewery will receive prompt attention .....................................7 A WJ-OLcSALE CENTRE. Lcthbrhlge II distributing centre, It is ti;.- l.ul) of a district that is going lo gi-. v and become one of the be.si i u|.;,!atediind pros-perons in Alberta. In live years Since triplets have been bom there, Wetaskawin will imagine the increase of popuhtion warrants it being incorporated as a I city. Resolve not to knock Lethbridge from now, our 1 -.pulation" will | ^""""'8 mimber more llia'n double what' it is now. What (lue."? that mean? With the capital'at Bant!, the Simply that this (own will become Opposition might be invigorated the hoadquartera of a mmiber of by taking the sulphur baths, new whole.oale houses and will be the point of dL-stribution for every Don't worry about immigration town and villago 1:ie(ween hero and to Southern Alberta. The births the momitains and np the Macleod at Cardston and Raymond the laat branch to High River, east to few weeks guarantee a �tt)ady natu-Medicine Hat and beyond, and ral increase. WALLACE & UASELTON Barber Shop and Pool Room Best oi Cigars, Smokmg Tobacco Pipes and Smokers' Surftlries The normal school at Calgary, the tirst in Alberta, opened today. The staff is as follows-principal, 6. J. Bryan; vice principal,J,McCaig; instructress in music and physical culture, Mrs. Booth; kindertcarten and primary work, Miss A. Waters; manual training master, Mr, Rnn-ion. High River Times.-It is rumored that the C.P.R. intend to commence construction on a line from Lethbridge to Oalgary as soon as weather conditions iDormit. We would rather see the Great Nothern build this line but still the more railroad in the country the better and! the C.P.R. can't keep "Jim" Hillji out of Calgary. .He is too much alive to the advantages of this poitJi as a shipping centre. aaanaaDaaaaaaoaaaaa Horner & Hutchison! The Harness Men Ha\e a complete and well assorted stoek of anything that a horseman needs. I Blankets, Robes, Whips r JANUARY By those who in this month are born No jewels save Qarnets should be worn ' They will ensure you conytancy, True friendship and fidelity. Nothing is nicer for a BIRTHDAY : GIFT Saddles^purs, Bits, etc. EVERYTHING YOU WANT AND EVERYTHINQ RIGHT 1 Horner & Hutchison ???????nnnnnnnr Than a tasty and. neat ^ RING V� ' Wo ai'e showing a nice selection of rings set in Garnets. : : : : The piice varies from 75c upward. Wm. C. Liphardt .Sticcetiiur lo A. Ziliiax Jeweler - Optician Synopsis Of Canadian Nortii.West. HOMESTEAD REGULATIONS. ANY even uumbereit Bt-cUoo or Dortjliilurj Lands in Alanltuba, Saskatcbrwan and Alberia, ejiccpilnt; 8 an i 'iO, not ic civcil, iiioj bu homcBieaiioa by any person who Ih li so e bcaii of � family, or any mjlc over 13;carb ofdBC to Ihc cxttntof OoC quartci neciloii o. I(i0 acreH. mure or Igs^, En'ry ma) be made personally at the local land ofJIct for lUe district In whlcti the land Is situate, or If tijc homesteader detlres, he may on jppUcailon to the Minister of the Intcrlur Ottawa, the Commlsaloncr ot Immlpraikn Winnipeg, or the local ajjenl receive uulborU,'.' for fcotne one tu mak^ cnuy for him. The hwiiiestLador l� rtijulred lo perform Ihc ccndltions con' ected therewith uinier oi.r. ol llicfr ]]owli;,i plans.: I. /il least Hx ir,.mi,n' n-i-kl.^iice upon ami culllvail jn of the land tu e.w-ii year fur three y eiirB. i. If the faUier (or IT other. If the father Is deceased! of the home leadov r Bideh upon a farm In the vlcli.lt.,-i.f 'iie land cmeieU (or tlu-rcqnlremenis as to residence ma' bo sutihlled \>\ such pertou icKidini; wuh ihe father .or niL'tbei. 3. Jf the (Ctllcr hashlrt . ci miinent r sldenco upon laimlngUiid owr!.-!! by him In the vicinity of his bumoslead, the re...ulrci; ellt^ as l>. rt-rldeuc.; may be batUfled by riti.ehci: uputi the said laud. SU monhs' uollce In writing should be nlven to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa of Intention to apply for patent. i>'. \''. ouuy. Depntj of the Minister of the Interior. I am prepared to funii.sli in earload lots the finest *j* split CEDAR POSTS, ? Eight, seven and si.K feet lengtlis on hand, *t* Can fnrnish on.levs of any size. Posts always up to guarantee, dress -j- ;�:�x..:..:..j..:,:..j..x..:":..:..:..:..x* Ad- X A. BIRNIE & CO Morrissey Junction. B. t; KOOTENAY MARBLE WORKS Shacklcton .Simp.soii & Co. � � & o a o J Manufactui-ers of  Marble and Granite S.MnNU.MENTS  WhoIiisaJeand Uetuil : NELSON,B.C.  B.(^ MOORE, Local x^t Subscribe for the herald. Barnes & Co. REAL ES TATE and GENER7VL AGENTS Office-Second Floor Sonttiard Block Pest Office Box 3 Telephone No. 122 ;