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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 5, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta LBTHBRIDGB HERALD S'!t oaca '\ Tbe ptop^ "iff^M appreciaite money .spent in this mahnn-. It woukf aoi oDiy encourace the haad but wouM be a meana of givinc eojoymcat to At the recent honquet to Mr. Bro-jo ^'>096 joymua 'iWMiaoji uf aiwp Saskatchewan made atrikinc refer-, race to ths,iactics of the Opposition Parliament at thoprewnt seasioa and particularly to the Saskatchewan Valley Land Company charges With regard to some of these questions which have faaea talked about at Ottawa this year," said Mr. Scotit '�I have either ao knowfcntge or very iocomplete knowledge. But there is one of then about which I have knowledge-namely, the Saskatdie-waa Valley lisnd Company traasaoi-ion. I ktaow the tract of land in which lies the area soM to Me am-p�ny before the transaction, aad I know the same tract of land now. For nearly ttrenty years 1 have lived at Be�ina, which is within fifty miles of the tract. Through ithwt tract of lend a railway wsa huUt in 1890 st the liwMance of the Coaservwtive Oov-enunent of that day.' The road runs from Begina to Prince Albert, roundly 350 milca. Its construction cost rotaidly f 2,7{iO,000, and its con-structimi was accomplished by the sale of bonds in England to the a-mount of 93,750.000. That is worthy of note. From hon^ �3,750,000 was raised to cover the cost of � road which cost only 92,'7 t't i .s CMiada will find her tr�dl tiplying. GOSSlPj'x ON THESIDE|t��"*' EDmNHAL NOTES. Watch Lethbridge Grov. Get out amd vote for Hhs next week. er be forgotten as long as tlu> grand old 'Maple Leaf" is sung: by Canadian vOKflH and that will bo (or all uy The aftair was handled by a cotnuiit-tao of three, inateaid of a largo com-nittee. As a conasquencc the domon -stration was a hu^ success, diio to the unanimity and harmony ilmi, prevailed amongBt the three gentle-; is their persistent cry. man. Usually celebrations are led to a'big committee ts> handle and trouble invariwbly occurs. ing for the defense of our country I if needs be, but if any people have j religious views opposed to participating iiv anything that tends to warfare, their opinions should be respected. There is no better class in the world than the Quakers, yet they will not countenance military traiiting in any way. The Toronto Olotic has a corrcs - There are a lot of cheeky, bad mannered, foul mouthed boys in this city. We pride ourselves on onr material advancement but we The cnininicncenion't e.xcrcisos at St. Aloysins convent toolc pUice on i'li-day morning, llev. FVilher \"�n Tig-lien, presiding. A very enjoyable prograinine ot vocal and iiisiriiincn-lal musftv, recitations, olc, whs pit--.SLicted by tbe pupils, who c.xhibitod considerable proCcency in tJieIr sev-era) ninnbers. An exhibition of work followed setting foMh the whole course of the yoar's stu'lios in *1>e difterent classios. Many of th�> cxhih-its were the work ot iimt term-'pup-ils, whosi? progress (n the �|>afe of a tew motittiN nil:glvt 'Ik; salec-iul manner the e.xamiiiKit ion papers, written from inoniiory, sonio '.ii'awin^^s in crayon and a ntunlior of .very pretty specimons of pressed terns aiul Hovers, also some e.vcellcnt e.\anii>les of penmanship. A feature of the i>gs to.s-tified to the artistic lavste that is seduously cullivaiod by tiho good nuns, wilio iwive c\'�ry reason to congratulate themselves and ithriir pupil.~; on the result of their year'.s work, ... The Insult of the promotion examinations is as follows: Standard 6.-Corinne Roy, Laura Koy, Katie Dovine, Oladys Doirner, F'rank Kenny. StnndaH 5.-.Vdolphus Hoy, \yiu -nie Kelly, Louise Sunstrum, .\nniie Howard, Rdra Sn�itts. Sr. 3rd Standard.-losie McDon-a,M, Annie Hasulak, Ma�dc Pierce, Peace" ; Helen Vlaseylej-naik, Eva Wright, Wil-lia Oswcld, Mike Kosko. .lohn Beviiic BlixfA l^'C'ding, John Dcjmutts. Junior 3ixl Standard.-Many Wal -ker, Mory Zimani, Steeve Kregofski, Amelie Davis, Mary McCormack, I Steeve Nigrey, Klnm Ddwawis, John Cunningham, Carrie Coin, Eleanor I INVESTMENTS That are as Sure as Government Bonds We Personally Recommend Ihc Following: J 8 lots on Bruce street.........i.............................................$12.1, easy term* 2 lots on Brunton street....................................................$125, easy terms 6 lots on Loudon street................................................. $75 each, easy terms 10 choice lots ou Bartlett street. East face,.............................$200 each, easy terms 20 choice lots on Ashmead street east and west face.......................$175 each, easy terms n lots on Bartlett street, east face...............'....................................$150 each ;j lota corner Dntferin and Cutbill street....................................$1,200, easy terms 2 lots corner Dntferin and Coutts street........................................$800easy terms 2 lots on Ttedputh street, extra tine locntion ... �.........................................$7t)0 5 lots near corner Rtxlpath street :m(l Westminister road............................$200 each 2 business lots (�n Redputli street..... ............... ...............................'$,000 Business site Crnbb street......................................................   .:$30C0 Business site Smith street.............. ...................................$2.500,,terms Ciill and see our list of improved property The c. B. Bowmon Agency LETHBRIDCE - ALSBRTA C. R, DANIEL pondent F. A. Acland. travelling seem to be forgetting the train- througb the weat juet now. He is j ing of the children in the straight!*'"'"^*"' ^"'"^ ; GEORGE M. HATCH Improved and Unimproved Farm Lands City Property Wheat Lands ALBERTA REALTY COMPANY (OFFICES IN SOUTHARD BLOCK, LETHBRIDGE) Does a general Real Estate and Live Stock Commission Business in all Southern Alberta. No trouble to show you our lists and take you out to see the lands, lots or flocks, Wa bave;4000 acres in separate improved irrigated 'farms. Many thousand acres improved and unimproved wheat lantls. - - -............- hout by Conserv�tlve �t� ship, which we are called upon to adknire'. llie present Liberal Government in 1902. havlins failed from M96 to 1902 to induce one singto setJtler to locate in that area heoauw ol it� bad name, accepted a proposal made by certain land speculators koown * ae tho Saskatobewan Valley Lsod Company, who came aad aaW they were prepared to deoKHMtrate that this land w�!t not worthless. They, would buy from the railway the land graint which the railway had until then refused to accept, and they would a-gree to put a Rtinimum of thirty-two Bottlers in each towwbip if the Uov-emmcDt would sell lo thein at fl per acre an area ot 250,000 acre* la the tioart ot this to^cailled worthless tract. "It'was done. What result/? The reproach is removed. Desolation no longer. Thriving aetttlemmts mM a-long iim road. A dozen husy towns where in 1902, �ft�r Uie raiUway had been operating a dozen years, there' was. nohody. Our Conservative frlenda any that this chanso epelW eonndal. Well, epeakins tor Soskat -chewan, I say lot us have more xcftn-dal and leas etateemooeh'ip. It is the kind of scandal which has double! Canada's trade and revenues tUeoe iaet ten years. Only give ue plenty of the aame sort od is fc-i-ing a glowing accouot of this country. He ana ihe greait V>Hs that nature has given us itfcrough utost appreciative eyes. In deecriibing our siin-lighta and sunsets, he says: As to the sunshine of tliis west.jrn couotrj',' then, it i�, of cour.sc, the making of it. It is the long hours of daxzling sunlight that give to .Vu. 1 hard Vts virtues and its vahic. One may read fiust now until !i HO o'clock at niifbt hy eunliight or iwi-Hgfat. and while the world is tit ill asleep the sun ia up o^in, shining ever these brood w^inat landi*, woo iaa the vegetation with .so fierce a warmth that the tender shoots .v^.m almost to spring to moot its arde'ii rays As a matter of fact, wheat has grown over two inches in iwen-ty-fo�r hours under the ibest condit -ioa�. I hod hoped to see the sun rise while in the prairie, liut> it ih not a thing to be liyhtly uodorlaken I awok* at 3 o'clock one moraine only to tod that the eai^tern sky '\' as already flooded wMh light and ilie sun well up on his daily round, 'i'he sunsets are cosies. Night after uight one may wsAch them, a nev^r-endjng ever-ohaoffiDC prooesaion of womler -tul effects. Vie wad across tho i;n-brokcu prairie the scene js one of peculiar splendor. It began about 7 o'clock the otUier evening aoma miles out of Saskaooon, and it was 0 o'clock 'before the curt^Mn of night he-slowly to fall. Firait, the .iark-er clouds in the vicinity of tdie radiant orb become deliicately tipped with silver, as it were, bumishod to tho laet degree. Down behind these tho sun began to oink, and as it great rifts in the clouds, through which the shining lighi hurst Ofoin. "The w�K�rn Bky gradually hecome sutfuaod with a go Men-red glow. The rifta that ha^l formed iu the dorker'clouds grew larger und seemed to hecome great silver lake.^ reAeeting the nun's radiance; it was easy to imogine themi in the prairie instead of tho \Sky for sky and prairie meltod togethor and the line of the horizon was loot. Some amal.'er clouds took on curiously realistic forms. There was a magnificent mod-ol of a lion couchont, purpks against a gold and silver hockgrouncl, and here was a man's face, nnajestic and Bttt�Mmo OS heflttod the occasion. Sonotimco the forms were fantastic and strange, hut they wore never grotcaque. never otherwise than hoautiiful. As the oun sank lowr it was robbed more and more ot its hrillioncy by tto cloudH that came into contact with it, and ot last ii reoted on the �dge of the horizon, Juot ready to hegin its plimgo into tlw antipodes, a vast rose-colorod bo^l, surrounded by inuncnee Mkes of Ught, of red and blue and gold and sUver, ond all the infinite 8hade� bo-twosa. Then K hegon its disappcor -ance. and slowly ond majesiicany passed out of sight, and ttva clouds aski, | .Julia Hasulak, Joseph Oswold., Mike: SiKjintt, .lean Urch, ICusie . SiK'&n, j Anas'tasw Callahan, .loitanna Vet-ronia, Ale.xatKler Ols-ibaski, Allci' Coullrey, Martha Hcytons. Jr. 2Md Standard.-Ben Ucdihg., i JVivlinand VanTigbein, Kwan Choy, Jolwi Sakacs, Maurice Mirlki, Peter Speker, John S|)ekor, George Nigrey, Steeve Vetronia, John Hu ecki, Augustiino Bacwla, Gt'orgo Bakos, Mary Krogofski, Annie Vas-eyleynak, K�tie Sakacs, Nom Mc-Coruiacki, Mary McDonald, Irene Talbpt, Martha Vanhecke, Lucy Boul ton, '"Agnes Dumont, Lizzie Slarito, John ItiJtkey. Ist Standard Sr. Snd l�art.-Wi/lie Vascyloynok, Annio Albert, Florence Vero, Julia Ferko, Mary Dejniutts, Annie \ oitysum, Annie Diutia, MntI eline CMnvors, Oissey Ascrofa, Cl'ar -?�iice t'yr, Mike Swt^la, Frank Kiit-key, .lobn Vetronia, Louis Weim-eitts, Hoirry White. Jr. 2nd Part.--�Vimie Caslelnick, Ellen Kropinack, Kathleen McCormack, Julia Oishaski, Lizzie Ferko, Florence Vadnais, Xettio Laniibert. Mabel Newton, Mary Vopysuin, Mary Cunningham, Philomcna V ellcsier, Ol'ga Vanbccke, Lavon Tatbot, Martha Klopsh, Lillian Ilein, Ktitie Miron, Marie a�menski, Koitie Fiiiens Nellie Cunningham, George Cumic, Mike Voseyleynak, Aloytins Heytcns, Amanda Hcytons, Ted Cunningham, Steeve Supina, Alexander Wolfe. Part l9t, 4th Orade-Julia l>oi-mutts, Annie N'igrey, Mary Dudti, Mary Agnes Taylor, Soretta Taylor, Julia Ziimani, Alice Vetronia, Minnie Vaseyleynak, Lizzie Krcgioi'iki Suzanna Heytons, Alice Firens, Angelina Twoki, Elsie Coultrey, Lor-et>ta Todd. Hpd Grade-Mary Szarko, MarJ� Wliite. Mary Viako, Wilhcmiina Whitney. IJonvinica Bolokoski. Katie Bo-har. S>teeve Sweda, Steeve Kropinack Samuel Newton, Emile Osweld, MSke Dejnniits, Mike Dndas, Joseph Kas? telmick, George Wolfe, Adolphiis SIcruka, Ellen Miron, Mabel Todd. 2nd Grade.-Minnie Vopysiimi, John To:M, ' Annie Oudos, Annie Ol^oskii Mary Frank, Suzanna K/rcigpofs\i, Minnie Firoiis, John Grisock, Steeve Koteh, George Newton, Ocorso I^ti-pinu, Mike Nigrey, Dominioa Bacedai Annie McCormack. Nattie S'woita, nuda Vonicih, Ada Itodinar, Cyril Miron. 1st Grade.-Arthur Vere, EmcsL Vero, .George Hudac, Mary Hudac, 9j Good City Property The Townstte of Coaldiile Try Us as Buyers or Sellers. Your Correspondence Solicited. Cetbbridge iron mm Co., ' ilanufkctttrers of GREY IRON AND BR ASS CASTINGS MACHINE SHOP WOKK PROMPTLY V CORRECTLY EXECUTED MINE AND SAWMILL WORK A SPECIALTY ^ ^ : We want a chance to figure oii your CASTING AND MACHINE WORK No matter how large or how small SELLING AGENTS FOR Canada Foundry Co.. ateam pumpt Gurney Foundry Co,, steam and hot water heating. Canadian Asbestos Co., Asbestos oamant.' Ontario Wind Engina and Pump 06;.' windmills, etc., woo4 and .steel water tanks, all capacities. . > OLD CIinONIC SOHES. As a dressinc for old chronic itorss there is nothing; so good as Chnm-borlain's Salve. Whrle it is not advisable to boal okl soree entirely, they should be kopt in a good con-di'tion^ for whieh this salvc is especially valuo'ble.- For sore nipples Chamberlain's Salve has no sui>erior For sale by all druipgisls. ha ft tho Rov,' J, A. .rallrav ij Maclf^vii, lioon appointod ohftef ViHii in Department of A�ricuiturw a', IC.ln.i-u-ton. Ca|>t. Sharpe of IJnbridife, haslieon noniiinated as Conservative, candid -ate (or the Commons for North Ontario. Emma Voseyleynak, Elfen White;: Dominica Ewoko. Beatn Baceda, Ella' Votronlo.t Mike Bolokoski, Alexander Speker, Gororoioh Berte, Sylvio Bert�. Mary Speker, Jim Wolfe, Mike Sakacs, Gertie Howard, Cinot^ta lllyw-koth. . I.^x-ets-.\ Candy Bowel Laxative. l �'. ��: * � ' '  � "'. The British Columbia Permanent Loan and Savings Co. of Vancouver The foundation of all wealth is SAVING. Thresand one third cents saved each day grows to 1100 in seven years. Why not save your odd cents?-and JBECOME RICH. Installmtat Sbare8(Class C) of $100 each will mature in seven yean, coating II a month till maturity. An opportunity of a life time to conservative inyMton who desire a Gilt Edged Security. Six percent, full p�i4; stock of f 100 share. This is Class B. Class A, permanent stock, paid nine per cent lust year. A few shares of this stock still for nale $148 per share. Interest payable half yearly in January aad July of each year. 5 per cent, debentures at $100 each. Loans at S per cent on Hrst mortgage on approved propai^y. T. E PATTESON, agent qPFICJE-OTT BLOCK %. ROYAL N� TABEB. ALTA. Irvine & Lemon, - Proprietors Ratct $1.50 an4 $2.00 ptr Dty FREE BUS MEETS ALL TRAINS SAMPLE ROOMS IN CONNECTION ;