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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 31, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta .ETHBRlkil HERALD5 SJ' "A.PSON Pu E, SIMMON 'HAN AN �a A. IH'CIIANAX Don't be a knocker. Lethbridge all tlu> time. Boost SUBSCRIPT TON. i Advaiioe tpl.SO n year 1 likewise � 82.00 a year ADVERTISING. Month - CI 00 Per Inch NO DUTY FOR US. We believe, we voice the unani-uious opinion of Southern Alberta, when we say the people here will not atand for an inerenseil duty on fruit to protect the fruit raisers of Ontario. The government must remember Ontario is not all of Canndti. It is all very well for the fruit fanners in the east lo demand protection but it must be remembered that the th uisands of people living in the west want fruit at cheaper rate* an 1 in better condition than the Ontario men can supply it. In order to get what we want we have to look to the fruit sections cr men llguro on I the license hoard for lids district: Mallieson. of the Ivluirnioro Times, and Hotchkiss of the Clarcsholiii Review. It is up to Or, DeVeher oois of water on the streets of to explain why lie didn't give us Lcihbridge; snow drifts in Win- ihe job for Lelhbridge. nijteg. Winuipegers idioukl move _,__ up here for the winter months. j CAUGHT ON THE FLY. ��>oo-it. Kvery iiidu-try. trade and business is covered, and the issue is a dandy ad. for those growing centres. There is an abundance of illustrations. Calgary is aiming I >U.Ot)il population in four years. It would be ver. foelis i for that city to induce S till place Veals BIG THING FOR THE TOWN. No better location could be found for a meat packing establishment than Lethbridge. Located as it is. in the heart of a great cattle raising district, the material is close at hand to keep the factory operating from one year's end to the other. We would benefit by a large increase in wage earners. That is what the town wants. The more money paid out the more money that will be spent. Then the fanners and ranchers will have a good market for their cattle right at their doors. That fact should ensure the rapid development of this district. We would advise the town council and the board of trade to ascertain, without delay, the standing of the Belgo-American Meat Packers financially. If they are rated Al. get after them and otl'cr every legitimate inducement to secure their location in this town. ]>eop!e to come titer uiiil-'f false pri l� ue. i .in ot'i'er elliplo' .nee or op nings in ' si e\p e| 1,, reae: i,, live 1. It will b. e all. to induce mam wholesalers to looa then only can ii t ra pidly. to reside Fnless it :t factories , it launot ;aik it has -nrv. lirst of icturers and there and v-t to grow '1'i.e importance tr. planting in Lelhbridge cannot be over estimated. Nothing will mike the town more clu ei i'ul and attractive than streets lined with trees. Too much cannot In- said in praise ot the otl'ers of prizes by Messrs. Whitney and 1 lagoll to encourage the beaiitifyiic: of (^r streets and homes in this way These gentlemen ire foil tw i:ig the example Set by the Herald a month or so ago. vvhi-h was strongly endorsed by City ( hrk Fiowinaii. from Manitoba ami Sa^kat-lewan, where the snow is deep and the temperature is low. and wish they could stay here forever. Chas. (ioodmason. St Mary's I | do not know what is going on in Lelhbridge unless 1 see the Herald Ixoht. Sage I am convinced there is a good investment for live or six men if they buy an automobile and use it to convey pleasure parties around the country. It would le a great attiaetion and would soon pay for itself. .1 S. Hull. T.iher 1 first settler in Taber. T came into existence (hi ago a.nd I believe if a census was taken now ear populati. a won! 1 I e (."H). We purpose seeking il'.e r- poration. Front lots are selling now at SpHI each and real estate is livi lv. The freight busi:i� ss done at tic 'I'aber station amounts to ^'JiH n i p. r wei !;. ('..!. F. '.. ie 'i.i ."-dxtv -iVVO pi !'-sole; v.etc on th.e fh.o;- with tv'le;- skates at one time oic evening last week. S. (iiles. of the Calgary Wiseb.,11 team. We couldn't have been us d better than we wore in Lethbridge. We will be glad to come again. K. F. Sherlock ii Friday we id not require a tire in the stoic Hid wele quite comfortable vvitli t he ill lor open. Urn. II. Suckling. Toionto. 1 telieve Fdinouton is going to be a ci mm I Winnipeg. 'udg"s ii i if I 'ia in i If inter." sliovv voi iln 11 �no is col 111 let ell I ighesi grade ( 'au.iila. '.' s|ei Ladies' Waists Men's Caps Men s Men's Felt Boots Ladies' Skirts Men's Mitts Underwear Men's Felt Slippers � ;ll  1' call anil let. us eo'll-l. Sold Oil e what We all believe-, that there is no See', io'. i.f the West equal to ours. ON THE TRAIL. Hon. W. II. dishing our min ister of Public Works, is the tyjie of administrator Alberta will cheer for. He is not going to sit in his office and decide the questions affecting his department. None of your arm chair legislation in his stylo. Wo timl him out on the trail in Southern Albcr'a Uxiking for s|K)ts whore rouls should ho improved and bridges built. He will find plenty ot sudi places, and that he will deal with them in a business like way and expediently is certain. Mr. dishing will not be a partisan administrator either or we have been badly mistaken in the opinion we have formed of him. He will give all clasv >, a fair deal and will act in the interests of the province. Lethbridge is applying for a city chatter. What is Medicine Hat going to do. asks the Times. That's-easv. whv. remain a town, sure JUST LOOK AROUND. The bye-elect ion f(,r Kingston tint, is to be fought out on new lines � vollliiteeiei Volunteered or used, either in con iii-etion with the registration o voters or to take persons up to register, or on diction day to tak Vot'-rs to the poll to vote. Kae. v. Inch lie may employ to transfer Ids workers from one poll to aiiothi r to work, but not to vot.- " |!,,th (tolitical parties should tide a place for ' es agreement in ll r platforms and'see that it is ea, led out. It Would not be long, iheii, before politic d corruption jr, wiped out. Corruption is a eursi to any land. A Word to the Farmers vlitor of Th" Herald Sir The fanners of Southern We want a chance to n ai CASTING AND MACHjJN_F No matter ho v. la � g. .a j . v.- W0*K it w;11. Si:LI.lNii AOl'NTS l'OH ie i i t l-'.un li-v Co iUc.mi jmiiip "oiritev l\)umlt.V Co. ste.oe. .111.1 li lieatnel ' tna.Uaii Asbes'os C 1 Ast-est j cen.ei t .':.t 11:0 V/r ' ' tuiine .an i ('..imp (.' � vv. mi.ls "U: . \V-> 'it el' '. l-teel vv.lt.el 111, .ill 1 a 111;u:i t les 1 Sleplions * iiockciulorf m ii 1 a 1' * 1 * 1s jj Calgary, Alberta | FEBRUARY 1 1 he Fthfii.irv it :h.-v the .1 � itl '�1 To Bring youvj? Watch to J ime j1 to Is ourehief pai-; 11- � it is 1, it la r- !'�  1 aial if it i - in t . We 11. , e l- Mil \\ e use 1 !�Ii 11 .g ' 1' ' 1 � In -t . Ill it I-..i I. 1.1 i ,1. . 1 \i �: ' s in oil! io,e Alter a w..teh he - ; a - � 01. r r,ga 1 e^. 11' 1111a t a 111 can be depia.ih d tq . ', ; be right to t he n � 1 n ll'i ('barges lilinlelate Sat e faction guaian;. el. Wm. C. Liphardt Je Suvt^'�*or 10 A Zill ix e'.er - Opl. HERALD HAMMERLETS. Just 11 few more words about patronizing local meiclia/its. Don't send away to Winnipeg for an article because you think you cannot get it here. You know we are all liable to think wrong once in ! -� a while. Visit the stores, make. ! What's the use of worrying about inquiries and probably you will , the wind.- here. J )0wn in I''S. Lethbridge 'for us, will cost you at Winnipeg or Tor- ; thank you. onto, after express and money order charges have been paid. I The cultivation of loyalty to Lethbridge will pay in the long run. Wo will all benefit. A woman teacher in (iuclph Out., agricultural college says that , 'hi th be Mlierta. and the tanners in the west and wherever the seed grain ir on the C. 1*. 11. and the specia- ists ami practical gentlemen have made their triumphal progress these few dav s bad,, the fanners if all those districts cannot fail tiXg>^i'^NSXiX*'***^'!.'> ^ iVJilCF: NOTICE. Not ice is hereby gi \ i 'II t ha I a li a 1 -plication will lie made to tin- la g islative Assembly of ; he 1'iov .i.e.. of Alberta, at it- la-st se-d.m. !'. ; an aet to 1 iicoi j 11,1,, 1, ;i I!a I,., I '1 an pa 11 v 11! 1 h 1 lie pni'i. 1.' I Allnita Southern !!a I . ^ (' . pa 11 v . with 111 iwer to , 1 ,-ale ,|.i| ma: nta ti a 1,1 I \ po.ni in the I"*' 11 1 I I ,e tie -aid I'm-, in.,. .,; Ai \\e,1. rlv diree' 1. in 1.1 t i;. ;iv 1 11 that ; � e.ade to t he . \ t. a- the I'rov - ! .1 . I !  t si "-|, || ill  !.  ' I ate the .'id I'.illliolitoli t\ I I I' poVV e|' to Hii.i ni.iint.iiu a 11' 11 rt ::' i. 11 a I iii  1 I a nai la a In I �I ,\ii,i .-ica. at a t- and 11 e 1 ast-.1 w t t �0. Ltd. .-p.  ii in 1. m .1,1 d , 1 �  ; or i i .,v a''" � 11. .iiil 1. 'gat v. an -', il'v ti. �i f...... 11 ! � \. II ' 1 I or In a I iI 11..... : I' the to.v |. i ; - sni m . I M,i|. id radwa e Il'.e: , 1 ,e ( !� �� "s I li alia n l'a- i 1 . I i V '-. ill e s al ; il i ,1 I.i tlnnee I 1: el la nr the With 111 iV i| lo 1 11 and opera!' ! i 1 � s I ii ait 1 !�.. �  rib  1, v\e-teriv the city of � sa ii I ra i I 'way if Lethi.ridge, way easteilv ne Hal. and . east' ' iv or I . 11. � I iet W cell t 1  sa ! lie I'roV ill*.....! I e 1 ml from the -aid 1 ilidgi � in a ia a 1 ia 1 d I' point in tin e , 1 \ i �i ( . _ . rv said I'rov in '' . .1 1 1 .e a tile town of .\iae| ' 'i 1 m t 1 .ni\ nice. 11 a 111 all. direction I 1 ot . : - � : 1'. In... from L.,1 bra �_' ' 1 n.d '� . 1; . I Itav- AM' -!i itt . 1' c r ga ry -.and Irmn wnu po. 1 t o| i, 1 v. Seel |i HI in an ea -let lv 11. t i .11 '1 If .1-1 i ii in-' .III' 'i t a 1 f it .'tie. :a rv Al-.->askat-to con-nut to e\-ilistaiiee atton ---J--. � Merchant Tailors ^ If you want the Latest Thirty in a New SUIT - OR  OVERCOAi Call on Them. to the I th' p'.nine ; c il.ie of �� ill I � i We|' ra iieh I. in ii.it a; i. 1. j,l h in any one fi �; 1 v in il. -. ti .g. ' Ii 'f v\ it Ii the pow-. a- if ', aiiiect ine- itl. 1.1 her Uail-- .it ... .v 01 11 e sa id poi nts and 'lital'deg ai d disposing of the ia lv.av an I wi r';s and with to const ruet. 1111 >; 111 ies. L. M . bihlistolie Lethbridge. Alberta. Sol ieiti 1." f. a- A p| .lieants. n I" sir li t he tow n (if' Medlri li" Hal ill t h said I'rov ince; wnh aiilhora v al--' to construct branches from an. pi ii lit oil tile plop. i'.. d I i 11' - i ,. it eeeding in any one ease thir' inih s i.. ' aigl h. w it h |H>w er to 1 . n struct, own and operate telegriq and telephone lilies. I'oaduaVs tramways and roads: uid with povve: to connect with anv other railroaii--al any of the said |�>mts in tla sail! Province of Alberta; togethi � win such |h)Wers of maintaining aim dis]iosiiig of the said railroad an. works, and such other pow.-is an.: privilege:, as are usually giv.ii t. railway companies. L. .M . bihlistolie Solicitor for the A pplicauts. .^|fiIaf�,iiTK'Hii(lM,iiy�?K;w!^ ^ Horner � ilutchisoni f ~" M Lii.....1 �  and well S 1 ,e-. 11 .'. - ' . 1 ;� '. ' . I".' �* Synopsis 01 Canadian North-West. IIOAinSTtiAl) KFGUUTIONS. Central Boot & Shoe Store im:oi*. w. T. 1II-NSON. Lethbridge, Alia Land Titles Act 1894 needs of tin? farmer, conse time is coming when there will ,iuY"t'-v fiJr,,u'1rs ^"'|l|1,lu W,'M , , , ,, , ., ,, i to look aliioail and see it they can-no bachelors. \\ onder if there U()t (.oIll.{.livly ,,.,,, tlll.m*Hl.iv,.s. will still be uiotlier-iii-lnws? � " rersonally I am in favor of the - 'Austrian and Herman systems of Fred Kenny is an old timer, land credit banks, and I would ail-which means that he is old enough vise all farmers in the district of 1(J vuU. , Southern Alberta to get postiil on _ | the operations and constitutions of If Calgary wants to have .i(),(HM) l"",kH' if Hon. Dr. De- being l'l�yed in the latter part of ^tion in four years it will l^Z^ZTSTC^t January? AVhy do people travel \mu. to begin and bribe people to' Ull. maUcr, it would be a great away to California to avoid tho ' COmo there to live. help. issu. .1 for i ,n I lilock Id Letiibridie "7:':: I'" i. Allen l-'ran us .McM elan anleated -a th day of November l^'.m I giv � notice that I intend after the publication of t his liol ice in I hi I  I a bridge Herald for four cot,-.,- u'm-Weeks to issue to the said .VJlan Francis McMillan a new Duplicate ill lieu of the Olie so lost Dated at the Land Titles *�' Horner a Hutchison i !" lii \�\3i[K S�;i�l�!|oTu:il,iiiii a -.. x ^E,a,H[�[�([�;� KOOTENAY MARBLE k.j i l l V NOTICE the the As- A t. 'ous-ci'v a live paper w i ta I il isIh �! I at !'-askato ll H. I, letoll "diiipsuii A: ( o. it n 1 0 m :-s - il 111.1 tii'iuiitc i !i-\rs a'.c :ul ! let nil  o o 8 e 1 N ELS ON, B.C. '.I  ) - K he tow n 01 irn i. N i; Co. a. d At.l.N IS If your'ie on i.. . \\ . ami someone says, "Da- uneihing. ' always demaiid a "Letlibridg< Belle.'' It's a good smoke, ami it's home liianufuoture. til tifii.i Pest O. ii.l I'! air South.11 ii Hli.lk 1'elepliui c No. 1-Y