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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 5, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGB HERALD SAMPSON A BUCHANAN Publiahera t t, BUirftOS W. A. 1UOIAMAM SUBSCRIPTION: n Advauoo 91,60  r�*r I o.Mmit a.00ay�*t| came- Finauce Minister In nearly $80-000,000 now. Give us a few move scandals ot tho kind I-havedeserih od and in another half dozen yti* Ctuado. will tad her tr�d>i -igniti dcuhled and her revenues stiil multiplying. GOSSlPi* ON THE SIDE T,,lkr ADVERTISING Pat Month  gi.00 Per Inch HELP THE IAND ALONG. EDITORIAL NOTES. Watch IjOthbrldge Grow Gel out and vole for the next week bylaw AT THEJCONVENT Llstef Pupils who Passed Promotion Examinations. Cranbrook took in $210 at the recent lacrosse match with Leth ; bridge. No wonder they can run a team successfully in that city ' tn sport like everything elao it is money Unit "makes the mare go." - In Lethbrittle we have a splendid Alex. Mutr is dead but he will imv- [ |u't 0{ play{,g |ncrosse for the er bo forgotten as long ns On- ||)v^ of |he b|U w,|en grand old "Maple Leaf is sung i.> y . ,. A proper way lor the Clw Council Canadian v' co,m'8 to � '""t^1 rp0�,ve 4o encourage tha band la Ita rftet* m time, to come. vCr>' oneonrngement from the to reorganise would be to proviso � ____ 'citizens. In nearly every game grant with tha understanding that ^ ^ a wry . ult.y have had to go into their cotMBMBdable interest. In the The Herald'* proposal to I In- to* band would grins at least owe cob cert a weak during tha umroer c\t n lags on the public square, aouara, The Council couM. aa the saying the cinder path around goea, "kin two bird* with on* *ot,re ** *wlors*1 Tlw,s e the hand to worgantas ration on Dominion pay incomplete knowledge. But there is The affair waa handled by a commit one of them about which 1 have knowledge-namely, the Saskatchewan Valley Land Company transact- atratlon wan a huge success, due to ion. I Www the tract of land tn 'he unanimity and harmony 1 hat which Ilea the area soMtotlo �\m- Prevailed among**, the three gentlo-Pany before the tranaactlon, and 1 0,�n- Usually celebrations are left know the same tract, of land now. to a big committee t*> handle nml For nearly twenty years I have lived trouble invariably occurs at Keg* Dm, which la within fifty mi Ion of too tract. Through that tract of The ciunmcnccttwivt exercises at St. Aloys-ins convent took place on I'rl-tlny nioniiDg, llev. Pother \-siirttHl by the pupils, who exhibited eonnWIerable proficoncy in tlwlr sev-eral ntmv(x>rii of work followed setting forth 4lw whole course of the year's studies in *lu� dllTerent ch>ss Many of tho- o.xhlh-Hs were the work of rtrat term ils, wilios,' progrc5M in the space of a i few moiiHiH might he snlrhapH wo may iiH>tttU/n in a special maniiot' the exnmiiKition papers, written fi\>m memory, nome ;s m crayon' oml a nnmlier �>f .very pretty sixH-imons of pressed ferns ni.estowe.l upon the iitil, ': om's by tln'ir teachern. A numtHU- ( of oil aikl watercolor pnintiogs tes-' tiliexi to the artistic tacle that is, I notice the Mornians are being !H�iiiousiy cultivated by the good crttieisetl for refusing to enter onr'mins. who lwive �>wry reason to ion-volunteer militia. Personally we gratulate themselves ami .tiwir pupils would like to see every citizen �" lhe rvM"XH,r'" *'wrk- undergo a course of military train- m,c lx*uU �' \,w P'omoU^ � .1 i , . . |ii�ations is as follows: , tug for the defense of our country I SUn0ni.a 0 -corinnc Hoy. Laum if needs be, but if any people have j ,{oy KaUe ,Vvim, (Uadvs Vmr religious views opposed to partici-, I INVESTMENTS That are as Sure as Government Bonds We Ptrsonally Recommend lhe Following: A city that can't keep its athletic organizations alive is usually a pretty dead plttce. S lots on Hrueo Btreet.......................................................$12'"�. easy term* | 2 lots on Brunton street.....................................................$t25, easy terms 0 lots on Loudon street.................................................$75 each, easy terms I 10 choice lotB on Bartlett street, Knst face..............................$200 each, easy terms 20 choice lots on ABhmead street east and went face.......................$n."t each, easy terms :i lots on Bartlett btreet. east face........................................... ......$150 each :5 lots corner Dnfferin and Cutbill Htreet.....................................$1,200. easy terms 2 lots comer OnlTerin and Contts street........................................$�(X)easy terms 2 lots on Uedputh street, extra tine locution............................................'* .$"00 5 lots near corner Hedpath street ami West minister road............................$200 each � 2 business lots on Red put li street.....................................................'$(1,000 Business site Crnbb street.......................................................... .$3-000 Business site Smith street.....................................................$2,500, tfrms Call and see our list of improved property The ?. B. Bowman Agency LETHBR1DGE - ALBERTA t�* of three, instead of a largo ct-m-, i, the world than the Quakers, vet' nwttce. A. a conaequenco tho demon - | ^ w|, nQt counU,lia|lpe ,,,-,4. j land a railway waa hutlt in 1890 at tho instance of the Conservative Government of that day.- The road tuns from Itcgina to Prioca Albert, roundly 250 miles. Its construction cost roundly *'J,760,000. and its construction was accomplished by tho sale of t>onds in England to the a-mount of $3,730,000. That is worthy of note. From bonds 13.750.000 was raised to cover the cost of a road which cost only f2.700.000. Noto further that the Conservative UovernrtKal to aid the road guar*n tccd caKh payments to Uw company amounting to It,000,000, and In ad ditlon voted 1,600,*;00 aero* of l*iid So the road was built and a sort of railway sen-ice was (Ivan over it. Twelve years later, in 1903. two trains a week each way wer� running between Regiaa and Prince Albert, 350 miles, nod over MS mils* of that distance tha entire way between the Qu'AppeU* Valley and the south branch of tha Saskatchewan River, where the railway irjtfed it at Saskatoon, 145 mils*-there waa not one single city-much leas city, not one single- town, not even one single vHlage. On that part of the railway there was not one agent or operator. No business, no settle  meats, no settlers, nothing but an appearance of desolation. "That was the condition all the way from Lumsdeo, m Qu'Appelle Valley to Saskatoon, on the Saskatchewan Uiver, 145 miles. Why? Hecautw everybody believed that the land was worthless. Why did they believe bo? Mainly toecauw) Uw rail- ... ... , , , frank Kenny. i pat.ng in anything that tends to ,._Allus ,t>>, Will ., warfare, their opinions should be ni0 KoUv UoUlN0 Hum,t,im. \nni,.i respected. There is no better class! uOWarUi mm hmu*. Sr. :trtl StaiMlaivl - .lostu McDou-aM. Mmw llasulak, Mamie Tierce, tary training in any way. "Peace" im�, Masoyl.-ynak, i:va Wr^ht. Wilis their persiatent cry. iw Osux-ui. Mike Kosko. .ioh� ivvhu. ~~"~ WUM lU*.ling. John lhs)muttR. There are a lot of cheeky, bad .,llnior >M �llMMWrd.-Mary Wai-manneretl. foul mouthed boys iniker, Mary /imanl. st.s-v,. Kreg^Wsk,. - this city. We pride ourselves on Amclie t>avis, Mary MeCormuck. The Toronto Olol�> has n corres - 'ol,r material advancement but We Stwve N-igrey. Klma lOdwaivIs, John pondent F. A. Aeland. travelling �t>eni to be forgetting the train- l'�nmii&ttam. Carrie tioin, Itlininor through the west just now Me is iug of the children in the straight I,opkcr. Mane Ihyt.-us. Annie ViHko wriUng splendid lewvrs air.i is ,-..inK a,,i n,rrow path of morality. We a glowing account ,i tms cmintrv lml9t remember that the Iwys of OTCXOIOjOIQIOTOj yds )~OTZ' V tOTOTOX) OGOIUJE M. HATCH C. R. DANIEL Farm Lands Improved and Unimproved City Property Wheat Lands ALBERTA REALTY COMPANY (OFFICES IN SOl'THARD BLOCK. LETH BRIDGE) 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, lota or flocks. We have 4000 acres in separate improved irrigated 'farms. Many thousand acres improved and unimproved wheat lands. - - ............ He una the great gifts Hiat nature has given us through mo-tt uppriH-hktive eyes. In describing our suu-iights and sunsets, he mu.\h: As to the sunshine of this west in country*, then, it is. of c,,urs.-. Unmaking of it- It is the long hour-, ot I hard "its virtues ami its val ie One may read (just now until '�> :tn o'clock at night by sunlight or tut tight, and while tho world i� Mill asleep the sun is up again. *hn>in� over these broad wb�x�t lands, woo iaaj the vegetation with so fierce a warmth that the t�i>der ahoots *�i m almost to spring to meot its ai'li-ni raya As a matter of fu�t. uhent has grown over two inches in iwen-ty-four hours under the t�st condit -ions. 1 had hoped to m� tho ��n rise while in the prairie, but it 1- Annie linko).. Sr and Standard.-Mary Siiniic. Iksitrleu IKiultoli. Minnie Ibis aski totlay are the men of .i,|itt HuMuink. Josei* Osweid. Mike to-morrow. There are lots of boys SiKpna. Jean t'reb, itosie siv.-ran. in this place in whose hands Con- J AnawtaHhi t'aiiahan, Joliaimu Wt- The Townsite of Coaldale Your Correspondence Solicited. I Good City Property Try l's aa Buyers or Sellers. have r mi hi. a mighty poor r"mrt- Ah-xumler They are starting out the ^�'���; *�rtha * , ... r ,lr 2i�.l Standurd -Hen Itcdmg. way and will end up. if obhuski. I ley tens. Allc Yew ada would show. wrong ...... �... v.... �|*. 11 tvuviinand VanTiglwm. their parents do not curb their ehoy. .lulin Sakaca, Muuri.v Mirhn. evil dispositions, as criminals. The lvier S|s-k..r, John Sicker. i;.i,rj{,. old time raw hide whip is What Sigrey.~St.we Vetroniu. Jolm Ittw- most of them need. i'*cki- August-ino lincdu, ii.or�j. i)S>rrS)S>rrr> Slarko. John Hotkey. 1st Standard Sr. 2nd Part.-Willi,. Vusvyicynuk, Annie AM�rt. KltM-omv '1 Vere. Julia I'erko. .Mary IX-imutts, AniiW- \ op\Kiim. Annie Ih-du. Mad elim> (Mi.vers, 1'issey Asi-rufi. t'lar-��nce Cyr. Mike Sw,�ln. Fr.iliX Itut Louis Weim- Ccthbridgc iron Works Co., Lid. Manufacturers of GREY IRON AND BRASS CASTINGS MACHINE SHOP WORK PROMPTLY V CORRECTLY EXECUTED MINE AND SAWMILL WORK A SPECIALTY �a? & not a thing to be lightly itokrutUn . costly." and the performance is us I awoke at 3 o'clock one morn.ng nally "pretty." Here is the report key. John Vetroniu only to And that the eastern sky \ as 0f the wedding of the editor of The !*'"'* Hawy Whlto. already flooded with light and Umi \ Leona (Kansas) Hustler, written ,,r lwX ,,orl ~MYni� �'o�U'inicW mn well up on his daily round. The |doubtlegg by hi|ll9e,f Mofe ,,0 ,md Kropinack. KaAhkvn Mi-Cor _.__A _ ... ..^I.a *AfJ^A.a _ _ .. 1 -.t. 1 " We want a chance to figure on your CASTING AND MACHINE WORK No matter how large or how small )3>Si(g)(3X�I)0^ SELLING AQENTS FOR Canada Foundry Co stearn pumpc Ourney Foundry Co., steam and hot water beating Cunadiun Asbtts'os Co., Asbestos oeinent.-Ontario Wind Engine and Pump Co.. windmills, etc , wood, and steel water tanks, ull capacities. way aompony declared the laud to be toad. A patriotic railway company to declare that the territory through which its own road ran was bad and worthless! Woll, such was the condition of affairs brought a-bout by Conservative atatiMaaoshln, which we are called upon to admire. The present Liberal Government in 1902, having failed from 169tl to 1902 to induce one single wttler to local0 in that area because of its bad name, accepted a proposal made by certain land speculators known, as tho Saskatchewan Valley Land Company, who came and saM they were prepared to �demonstrate that this land was not worthies?. They would buy from tho railway the land grant which the railway had until then refused to accept, �nd they would a-gree to put a minimum of thirty-two t*ntlera in each township if the Government would sell to them at 91 per acre on area ot 250,000 acres in the heart of this so-called worth-loss tract. "It'was done. What result/? The reproach Is removed. Desolation no longer. Thriving sotiUementa all a long the road. A dozon busy towns where i� 1902, arter the railway had been operating a down years, thero was nobody. Our Conservative friends say that this change spell * scandal. Well, speaking (or Saskat  chew an, I say lot us have more, seta dal and less statesmanship. It i� the kind of scandal which has doublet Canada's trade, and revenues these, last ten years. Only give us olenly of the same sort of scandal and Mr. Fielding need have no fear as regards his revenue*. These have ?row� from 185,000,000 when be te- sunsets areeaaies. Night after one may watch them, a nev,r-emling ever-changing procession of wonder  ful effects. Viewed across the 1 n-brokcu prairie the scene m one oi peculiar splendor. It began about 7 o'clock the other evening some miles out of Saakaaoon, and it was 0 o'clock before the curtain of night began slowly to fall. Firwt, tho darker clouds In the vicinity of the radiant orb became delicately tipped with silver, as it were, burmshivl to the last degree. Down behind these tha sun begao to sink, and us it sank great rifts m the cljuds. through which the shining ligiu burst again. The western sky grail ually became suffused with a go den-red glow. The rifts that hail formed tn the darker'clouds grew Urg>T u�d iiiarht I , V. "V mack, Julia Olshiiski, Li//i� IVrko. 1 recoveretl front the effects of the n,r,.m.w Vadna.s. Xettio l-aurf�ert. experience: Mubel Newton. Mary Vopysum. Mnvy ' "The brido wore ti beautiful Cunningham. 1'hilomena V elhser. j tlreas of French lawn, at leasti01�a VanU�cke. l^avon Talbot. Mar-; that's what they said it was. iu,u K�opsh. l-tin**�* iihu. Ktu,. > , ,,, , Miron. Marie Zi'nwaiski, Katie Kiivn* "The groom (that means 'we') NV|,i� fum.inHtM.rn, tieorg,. rwmir.! wore the customary black hand-me-! Mike Vaseyieynak, Aloytins Heyt.ns j down, and was about scared to {Amanda lleytons. Ted Cunningham, j death. Sleeve Supina, AlexatKler Wolfe j "There were no bridesmaids or! Part 1st, 4th Orode.-Juim iiaj-1 best men, because the groom dld,"tt,1"\ ARn!" 1NHg^v- M,ary.I,WMl'1*" i u u j 1 i Mary Agnes Taylor, Soretta Taylor. not think he couWhnd a better' Julia Alirfl Vetro,la mn- mail than himself. ,ni0 Vasoyleynok. Lizzie Kreg,.ftki "Miss Randolph 1b a pcauh, most 1 Suzanna 1 ley tens. Alice Fiivns, Another beauty is natural, and she!K�Una Twoki. i:is�0 fouitrey. i.or looks gootl to us; she is oue of *Htt ''"d'1- ____ _.,___.....1 ..... 1........' JliM Oracle-Mary Szorko, MarJ* . Mary Visko, Wilhemi�a Wtut-ney, Dominica Holokoski, Katie llo- our school-mates, and we know; she can throw a brick with remark-1 Visitors to a Town seemed to become groat silver lakes ttble accuracy. A sample of her I bar. Sleeve Sweda. Sleeve Kropinack reftectlog the sun's radianc*; it Tan_. lierve |B 8UOWn by her vowing! Samuel Newton. Kmlle Osweid. M-ike to 'love, honor, etc.' j Iksjinutts. Mike Do.1as, Joseph Kns- The other intereatwl jiarty U a i toimick. cioorge Wolfe, Adoipims 1 Skruka, Kllwi Miron, Mabo) Todd easy to imagine them, in the prairie instead of the sky for sky and prairie melted together and tho lino ot the horizon was lost. Some smaller j Jok�; he came to Leona in the fall, 2nie Yol>.VHtlm, J(flvn clouds took on curiously realistic j of 83 without clothes or nionfey, 1 T(kM| A|mU} D||||aHi Al�,,0 oishaski. forms. There was a magnificent mod-1 and is now free from all financial JM0ry Frank. Suwinna Kix^gofs'ti, el of a Hon couehant, purplo against, je|llf There are others just as bud! Minnie Wrens, John (Iriwck. Steevo a gold and silver background, and here was a man's face, majestic and subHuie as befHtod tho occnHion Somotimea the forms were fo-ntastic 1 strange, but thoy wore never groteaque, never oUterwiso than baaubiful. As the sun sank lower it was robbed more and moro of its brilliancy by the clouds that eame into contact with it, and at last it reotod on the edge of -the horizon, just ready to begin its plungo into the antipodes, a vast rose-colored bajl, surrounded by iinmeji*o lakes of light, of red and blue and gold and silver, and all the infinite shades bo- j tween. Then it began its disapitear - \ ance, and slowly and majestically j passed out of sight, and tho and they are not in the penitentiary either. OLD C'llHONIC SOUKS. As a dressing for old chronic sores there is nothing so good as Cham-lierlaiu's Salvo. While it is not advisable to heal old sores entirely, they should be kept in a good condition, for which this salve is especially valuable. For soro tvlpples i (,'lmmlierlniii's Salvo has no superior 1 For sale by nil druggists. Koteh, George Newton. Oeoifgu Lu-pinu, Mike Nigrey. Doinmiea llacoda, Annie McCormack. Xattie S'woilu, IliKta Vonh'ih, Ada IhHiin,?, Cyril Miron. 1st tirade.-Arthur Vere, F.nu>�t Vero, tloorgo lludac Mary llmloc, Kmma Vaseyieynak, Elkti White, lkiminicu Kwoko. iloatti Iwcoda. 10IU VtHronia. Mike Holokoski, Alcxandei-Speker, Oerominh llert�. Sylvio IW-rt,. !M�ry S|wk�r, Jim Wolfe, Miko 8a-|kncs, (iertlti Howard, Cinelia lllyw-Ikath. Nearly always take home boiiii! little souvenir or other. In years to come it will \w a reminder of the visit, and will serve to recall pleasant memories every time it is looked at. We have a lot of articles suitable for souvenirs. Most of them are quite inexpensive ami for the purpose fire quite aa good as if they cost ten times as much. A few cents will give you your pick of a whole lot ef them. They are dainty conceits in numerous patterns. We would like to show them to you. R. A. WRIGHT Tug .Ikwki.er %m..................i The British Columbia Permanent Loan and Savings Co. of Vancouver Hev. J. A. JafTrav >t Muft