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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 10, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRID6B HERALD raNTINfi COh LTD. W�:iL MIGMANAN. Muigtag DIractor. W. JM9AII. S�pt tf Jt� DcMrtMt n;Advano� r� wu e SCTBSCRIPTION: l.SO a year aiOO a yiap ADVERTISINQ: Ontli-  tl.OO Per Inch IlimflSE MEN IN THE EAST ' Mmay 6f our aianufacturera in Uie CMt are still sleeping. Their vi�ion does not yet reachbeyond Mie t>aund� of Ontario. Tlwy knov little or notbjns about the, great population in the Canadlari :\\'��t. , Wliai ia the ireiiult? 'foday m^ny n-fablcsalers in : this ^country cannot get � supply o( staple lines ol goods. Only tile other day w-e were toM that 4t was in>-possible to get certain lines of articles from '.Ontario inaoufaotureni. nteir output has been consumed be-foni the winter was well advatxed. lite trouble with the Ontario manufacturer is.that he is afraid ic turn out from fais factory, any nsoro goods tban he is centain he sees a market fcr, when he starts to make them. He fails to rcaMiio tliait tiw country is growing and that thens are thousands more mouths to feed and bodies to cloifae, than the year befdre. Ualess Ontario wakens up tbo trade of this country will inevitably turn to the Uni^.. ^tates. 'Elgin. . ^ The -feasibility of procuring power from the riv-er here, Is being talked about, arbvBd � the . city; inspired, doubtless by the presoooe of^ C. P. engineers, who are lnveM.igwti�g pns-pomtory to the erecting of the high level bridge. a'toian like Vnclcon i.s able, fn^qucnt-l.v. to prevent unwise logislotion. Tliic Globe may hit Maclean as hard aa it lilces, but it cOiitndt prevent the people admiring his fighting qualities. WATCH LEGISUTION. TRANSPORTATION WEAKNESSES. The transportation facUiUes Inttoe [^.'-rn^at at the present ,tinie are par> oHzed. True the wealhor conditions taken to the new bmndtes and consequently centres like Ijethbridgc have to>*suffer. No one objects .tc the oij^tsifi^ot the en-flre west to settlcnieikt and no one disputes that railrotWs are neccs -ear}' in that work, but the Dominion gavcrnnient should' see to it, that no rj^ilrood is .givtn a diarter for ex-iSnsion onfaiicw line of railroad unless iiv?guaratttees to provide sufllc-ient roUfng stock and power to han-Ae the business. Make the penalty for failure to-do this, a loss of the charter,;.^ -On tlie iC.P.I|rat-thj! present time, and are-'piesiupe it is true of other weetern roads .tioo, .freight is bound up so tight,, that many linos of business are crippled for the want of goods. If the railroad provided sufficient power and cars, they could eoaily remove this complaint. Sui Vf}, they must buHd branch }irx�, to 'f*t into Vhat we should do without delay ia to uiilte, from oc'aa to oosan,'; and %a3ait*'oae of the ablest M>UBiMui'ln the I)omiaion to watch e\'ety �.4t of legisiatiot: introduced at Ottawa'. Kspecially is this neceeearj- in regard to railroad legislation. Charter^ are being continually sought that if not closely examined will got through parliomettt. t abouti; it ,.that . Mw.or Cootswortfa would have been triintnied had on acceptable candklato been in theilold against, him. Partisanship in municipal politics gfot a body blojr'/In Toronto last week. A city government conducted on party linca is wiarly alwa>-s rotten to the con;. Ikasough the cartoonist, has l>cen elected ito the I'oronto City {Council Nbw that he has entered public life ho'viU have to undergo the Ipenalty of being ''cartooned " too. POPULAR COUPLE WED MirriMcofNtss NclHc KciRy and Nr. T. H.'Nsvln. This }-ng an average price of 31.338 ctsnts per pound at tho creameries, vhidi were patronised by 1755 patr.v-is. This is a good allowing. It is to to hoped a'creamery Will soon bo cs-tablislMl here. It will be seen it would mean a nice revenue for our fanners. EDlTORtAL WTES. The new Council means bueittoes. It looks as tiwugh there was going to be "sometbln'. doin' " in the new Council this year. Remarkable railroad development took place iii Canada in 190od, in the presence of only tile relatives of the young couple. The bride entered the diurch leaning on the arm of her father. was gowncil most stylishly in a shirrod princess drcNs oC civ-am shadow voile over taffeta with yoke and bertha of raal lace. She wore the customary veil and oranse blussums and car  I ri�^ ft boufluet of white roses. Tho Ibrlde was attended by her sister. Miss I'Mith Kenny, who wosmo�t becomingly goivned in a costume of white cu^roidered raulle, trimmed with be)� Irish lace. Her hat was of cream embroidered chilTon, with cream ostrich plumes. Sbo carried a bouquet of pink roses. The groom wan supjiortccl by his brother, W. A. Na\'iii. oi Mcdioind Hat. .\n el�bo�ixtc wedding breakfast was served at the homo of the bride and here the relatives had an"^oppor-tunity of viewing tho rich and large assortment of wedding gifts, including checks for, handsonte amounts, cut giass, silver, "fui-ftiture ond innumerable other articles, all testified to the genuine esteem In which the tridc and groom are hald. Mr. and Mrs. Navin left on the night troin for the Pacific Coast, from where lhe> will proceed south to Los Attigales. On their returnthey nill reside in Medicine Hint. The bride's going away gown was of navy blue apollo silk, a long coat of tan chiffon,broadcloth, a blue velvet toque hat, and a mink sist of fuirs and mulY, the gift of the groom. Among these from a distance present at the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. P. Navin. and Miss Josie Nav'in Moose Jaw, Mr. and Mrs. J. Scott, Crnnbroak; jttiss Vangie Navin. Cal -gary; Morris Navin, Nanton; and Mis.s Hello McDougall, Fernie. THe CBBowmon Agency REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE. Established 1891 in all parts of the City. ONLY THE BEST AND MOST RELIABLE INSURANCE COMPANIES REPRESENTED MONEY TO LOAN Lethbrldge, Alberta. ARTIIIJR JiRDINE KILLED Sad End of a former bridle Maa. Uth QTY ENGINEER. llM Ueiakl is entirely hi accord with most of the suggeetions in the Ma^'or'B speech. Especially do we favor fais argument for a City Engineer. If Lethbrldge streets, sewers and water-works are to be constructed in a way tha't wtll be a credit to the city in after years, an official, trained in this class of work, is absolutely nect'only thoK iougbly capable, but Iw understands conditions here hotter than any ot)^ er 'man we. could select. The position should be offered to'him. Lethbrldge is destined to ^ a very important railroad centre. Very few (jeoplo 3�t rsalize the extent of the C.P.R. operations here. ,The fact that tlte 9apacity of the round house is to lie enlafgM proves that, they have bigger plans in view, than had been anticipated. Again, the location of a superintendent and do  spa tellers here, establishes tho fact that this is to be i,'divisional point of the:flr�t rank; No doubt within a few yeara the C.P.K; will have several roads branching out from this city into the country north and east of us. liotlibridge is bbiind to forge ahead at a wonderful rate this year. NAME rr LETHBRIOGE. : Merchants ans nodnufacturers of Boekford Illinois, advertise tjbeir city tiy prefixing to their flrmt^name ��iiim/t of Boekford. thus, fani-U'ft- Co.." or font-^Milling Co." 4^,,, Boeiifoi?l'.now holds second; i 'fCwHh "Omad.Baplds. Mioh., as "The Bock-"The Bock-A word to tke' wise to suOtoient. pla|e -I -V-.---T.,;----- MfUawt'i Manufacturing point in fumi-' 'ittrs. U im popularly known in lUin-;^'i>,.tf�e. "spcood Lynn;- -which 'inaddiiioa to its 85,000 peo^ j/lptfurtlKr Swedish population of it- fwait many of its nanu-, .,�f)i^'o|^ratsd by watMrpow-Tls:>o��|iMd tram the Bock A keen. American business man. after, visiting all parU of Alberta made ti|s remark the other day tt^i Lethbrldge was bound to be a Mf-ger city than Caljiary- He claims there is more warrant for rapid gro�opulatt(m. _.. The Toronto Gtobe is wry bitter against W. f: Maclean. UP. Mae-lotn is a radical and a figbter.. ad he mak�� eneiiWes easily. The Olobe is criticising him hotly and one of the recent editorials contained the fol  lowing red hot paragraph: The question i? asked:- How comes ft that this man regards every other iiian OS a traitor or a thief? And the answer Is: He Judcee them by what he knows about himr self. Ho knows tnat there never was a trust imposed in him which for a price he would not betray, and very few which he did not betray. And he knows � thai his.-owa word ."cheat" ould fittingly apply to Wmself in his . rehvllions vjsithtlM public, ud especially as a member of Parliament." V Billy Jladeaii; bjM Ms faults; but he hoe many good points too. at least, he is the champion of good neasuren. Whether he is genuinely la.�arneiit'\or only anirious tos*�nd in the litniPligbt., he alone can tell. Maclean's opposition to railway don iai. She has Implicit .Gonl iiJr-liirtSlic' It .D Wr^ home. Bold %.ill dm,-nea seem �o be too williae.'to civ� for coughs, croup and whooping tte big wooopoltes a fnee hsr.d and fists. The following ofllocrs of Court Star of Lethbridge, No. 8085, A.O. V... were duly installed lost Monday night by Bro. Oupeu. District Sub-.Chief Banger and Dro. J. E. Clarke icatalling woodward; P. C. Bi-J. E-: Proctor. C. B.-Thos. H^ton. 8. C. B.-A. E. Dupen. TrMaurer~J. F. Bothwell. Secretary .-A. M. Bitchie. 8. W.~Alf. Davis. J.'W.-J. Cowan 8. B.--J. T. Shirley. J, D.-W. Taylor. Master of Degree Work.-E, 8. Duncan. Medical Offloer�-Dn. Mewburn, Tulterand Cragg. Delegates to district meeiinlg. at Calgary in February.-A. M. ttilchie Tfaos. llcaton. V. J. Baldryand A. E. Dupcn. A locomotive on tha Hillcrcst tram woy, near Frank, in cro.ksihg a trestle, jumped the track and topled over, burying the engineer, A. Jardine. beneath it. Dr. McKcnzic was phoned for at Frank and immediately proceeded to the scene of the accident. The men at the iriine had foi^d the Jbody beneath tiie engine ;aikl hod removed it to the boiler Life was extinct when the body was re-co\�red. : Coroner Beach of Frank vas sum-monad to hold an inquest. A venlict was i-otui-nod of purely accidental death, no one being to blame. I'he deceased has a wife and 'ieix small children living at Granbrook. His brother, who I'ves iniEdmonton, came to Uillcrest to take charge of tho body. ' ' The.remains were brought here and interred in the public cemetery, Bev. A. M.' Golden conducted the service on Sunday. Many old timers and friends of the family being presmt. Arthur Jardine belonged to an old Lethbridge family. He was a son-in-law of i)dn McKay. ' CHtTONR. Froih the tiffieerii and Staff �f die A. R. I. Co. pro-staff . C. fA.'mgiKih ha^rever been Pop�i�u;^�Pliu-*he officiaia^d of the AH. & I. Co. and It only natural that, prior to his re  tlrement troin the company's service, he should .be remembered by Dor; recent importations in- Z oIudeanaiMoitmeoi of �ng> :iUh Sock Civitol, quite different from that here-to^ fore shown.