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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 12, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta i*lni*i|*al i blocks and bnck to the L.1�.H� chinch No preWiiT sight has itx>i-n witnes.'ovl Mere Hum this train of a hundred i children dressed in gay colors, their , little flags fluttering in tho hrec/.e, I ami they treading to the sweet strains of the music. A half hour 1 inter all assembled and fistono.! to, the programme. It. A. Vnnorman, master of cere  monies culled Iho vast crow! vto �r-i . 'special les'is- �'an we have a little two rlollai- i OonvetlieMt trftint, PtttittlM tllep. limit up Mdiw" he askcto Thai (.very puck ago conveyed |..^ a coiiiiiKiu carrier would have to le with v � speech of Mr. Shearer was w.ll ie ueivod. j Hong by Mr. Westlake. t.'huf I" !> i ehildren. > Music-Walker's Mandol n Clu'v So�rg-- School Children. Cniniw Song-Mokos Siiiipsou. Closing spiHH'h-Overseer Williiuu i I'rolieit. t*ie immo of ,Ur> vendor, Uic name 01 Mie puri'lmwr, and the churuoier and preparatory to sentencing ihe ciii-prii. "Wnere in 'he?'' "I'm blest if I know, sir," Maid (he sergeant, looking under tJie 'l.on-dics. ".lust lent him my paper of lino cut, too." "Was ho a big red headed man vith a sear on his chock?" asked the Central Boot 4 Shoe Stye W. T. UENSON. PttOP. Letkbridge, Atta. CHOICE ANDIES AKES B EST IEAO UNS I quantity ni toe liquor enclosed in the foreman, w4iq was ploying poker with ' puckujje The Hill just pussi.xi liy Hi.. Oovei'iiuii'iit, however, docs not touch ; ilie evil chiefly rompliiins, (or their own use, mid for ills- )>ut 1 shomsl him J4int 1 liud threi- i.\es, ami ho sold, 'Well, n'Xt time LETHBRIDGE j played by our town cIu'.m. "iq-t I Ittibwl's stalwarts were the ti-'tot's | All was harmony during t he J.iy ex-I eept when the chief 'hoodlum �' 'he j town rode onto tlio bus.-ball grounds land in a drunken state ii'-eri.1 i>,vj:I inl.'is thus avoiding trouble. The real feature of tne .!,�> ilie football game between 'luiicr and l-tftnoridgc Maple Ijeaf Club. Tl:� entire gttmc was a desiK>rate -jie f.-om flr.M to finish and ended i-i a oxnv. A most friendly Reeling exii�l a inong tihe p,lnyer8. During i-h.� i;iii!i kicked on tiio head oy a Ti� wr : ns...-baller. he was atnetchod upon ilv gii-ns� and" lay senseless a f w n�in-utes; 'but was soon himself .ij,"''1 It is general oj'inion t-hut ToIht never save a letter celebration. The iiiis-batid did excellent �nr� an.l will re-ceive 95(i.0(l for their efforts. 'IMie celebration ended with a dun The oeletiration endol With a dance at night. erwise tu u'.itiiin it. As it now the bill Is only directed iiyiiinxt re-luil liquor nierclHUtts, in Scott Act counties, and could not tie eiifi.ireo.l Hieii,' and wulked out." a ~ #, . . M "The ,h,,.,er you say!" r^ardHlsli ^ ^ Capital o! ,| honor. "However, he's smy to t> ' in town next wivk to mi? the dog! light, and some of you must remind i Sotitliern Allierta. oven ugaiimt thc�... since the clause. M,e �herifT to shoot him on sTight. teloimed to t>e in \\h> interests of the i |ihe docket 'is Jammed full of horse liquor sellers), is inserted, "knowing ! stealing rat*.*,, and Utcre i* no t mo or having reuson to oelieve Ui�,t the | to waste over homicides." person or persons to whom such liq- A comiiion saying, "There's a otie- uor Is sent �rv engaged in the salu ,.v^, 11IIM| |n ,lu VktWf, lll0|M,ln|| b. of liquor contrary to law." Even ,, lHnil ,,,. Hnlw m ,.lowk QUl f||p (( Mimpletou mitfht sv� how wortiiless is i ,.hwU . ,,,,.,, ol.igi|1 in ft slory such u law. and how eusily evad^l lwul.H ,,,,,, ,f t|.ulh So too, the provision uguiusi common corners will requite proof that the curriers conveye.l tit- packitg knowing thait it coiiUuikM liquors prose- cuIimI in Halifax, and tvt Uie expense of tem|h>i-uni'e v orkers, as even in lb.- event of success, the informant iviviv.'k no purl of thv line. It is quite easy to see t*uit legts-Intiou so hedged about wHh difflrult-ies, in the way of its enforcement nod so full of loopholes for the ob-cai>e of tho lawbreakers, is w ir .,. tluin UKc'teas; and It Is little wonder " i if temperance |>eople should feel thai MlMfjM I.UIbksI tlMWMlaM* having asked for broad, the men i. _________ i whom they trimted haw given them THK U:MI'i:it.\\CH Ol TI.'U'.v ivjonly a stone. A little gxmie of draw was 1n pio- giv>is in nil Springs, County of l�(iuJ�ton, in 180'J, and among its , participants, was a onc~eyvd man. further obstnclos are phuvd in the ; ,u WU!) ||Uy|,g rwwrh.,,,,0 way of the enforcement of this law I ,U(.k. ^ ^ WK couW wy vo), P|id by the provision which reipihvs ev-1 ery vjubitioti of it to lio Till-: K.VST (Coiilriluilcl by thu W.�' T.i'.) l'ink hips. Like Velvet. Hough. ' Chap|n>d or Crui'kwd Lips, can tie The teinpi'iMiuv siluaiui in thejuia'-le as soft as vt4%et by applying ! jislj Mnritiuw I'rovuives .s. i -.iy the , at Uxltimo. a llglit contmg of Dr. least. ,ii;er-.i,iig. in I hind, shop* liiwti Solve. Tho effei-t ill- ivi-eni pi biscitc ati ih- S . u ijie bps or ihe skin of this most �\ fauH with that. J'resontly, frwevcr, there came a Jackpot, and .'I wus t*,n one-eyed inan'a deaf, lie oponoJ the port, and while he was giving hmirclf cards a certain bellicose gentleman we'll call Jooes, thougiit ho detcot.jd the one-eyed man in Uie act of palm- weiv surprised, hut as none of them had bcUered his hand sn\o the o|K-ncr, who made no �ign of disapproval, they willingly con  seniod. Population close upon 4,000 and increasing daily. 1*e third larfiest town in Alberta. A coal mining, ranching and farming district. Incorporated as a city this year. CITY OFFICIALS. Mayor-..leo. Kogcra. Sec.-Ti-eas.-Ohas. H. Bowman, City Solicitor-0. P. I*. ConyheaN, K. C. City Auditor-Kobt. Saga. Chief of Kira Uepartwent-A. K. Huiuphrici. Medical Health Officer-Hon. L. 0. DcVcbcr. M.D. ChW ol Police-H. M. Parry. Constables Slinker and Jones. Aldermen-Wm. Oliver, V. W. Doolcy, C. H. Harding, Dr. McClurc. E. Adams, O. W. RoMnaon. HOARD OP EDUCATION. Chairman-J. H. Fl*rtwood. Secretary-C. tt. Bowman. Trustees-Dr. Ualbralth, U. Johnston, H. Nlmmons, V. Dooley. BOARD OF TRADE. President-C. F. P. Conytoware. Vice-PresWant- E. U. Rylanda. Secretary-F. H. Harncs. Kxecutivc-Wat. Oliver, C. 0. N'ouise, F. Sick, U. Freeman, Harford, M. Young. H. W. at. U. g";-',s ' �""'-v- ,VM'"';' "',-�"-" �""��"" �'�a>s T�um""TM� �'�J. r.ty.....nv ,,, ..o�,i.,. Dr. Shoop's tlrcon Salv,; ully i.nul^.N atKl , wlll ^ i C. "T ' '' tt�ui"W ,"- A"- '�'^ ��� ��n|.WU.|y �h� soilness of, , , calf.J| ehoatInif' and in lav i r! Thus, tho sinullesi of Ilie prnv in> -s bulrt full' to l�i"imi' the leu-.tiM i.....i  of I'Im; greiwest iv- forms of .mi I,unl 'llieiv is no vvuv in whirl) 1' I ls||iii;| i-iuild more Wul't'iiil.v jusiii.v its existence iim u sepiifiit,. |l wti.ii iiiii.v is- iluiie ill the way ,)i l.MiipfiiiiK ruiitMj in t'hul'lotto^ow n-ihere were 7-'.'  onvictions for timid, i lines, l-'ort.v-tliiii? licenses were that >e.n- gruiita-d for the soiling oi ' liquor, uivJ no doilhl tll�,re were us niuiiv iiniii were sold ruts, burns, bruises and all skin ah rasions. It is surely a wonderful and most highly sal isfaetor.v hen I inn iiintineiil. In glass jut's n,t '.'.V. Sold t>y .1, l>. Iliginiiotham & Co. AHOI'T THK CHIPS. j CIOYISKNMKNT OFFICIALS. 1 Dominion Lands-J. W. Martin. Immigration.-Chad. Malr. traveli -; lag immigration agent, A. E. Humph-I ries. care-taker, immigration hall. And now that we start on a iew Hegistrar of Vrtal Statistics-C. tt. pursued Mr. Jones, ojroU-s�l.� j �*o*man. toying with ithe revolver, lot me , S"Mc.r'n>on-e." History affirms that henceforth!ha, game was the squarest on recond. A well known sporting man from } Indian I load, told this story and swears to it. Around such un old and venerable *tm A prominent lawyer hup insKiiuti�ni as poker tht>r Ixih mves-, I*1"*1 lnl th� 'm' and though he sarily grown u crop of cla��ic >lories | wns "oinowhat the worse for Iw,>,| ,|,�, from year to y,sir. I'^'^ on taking a hund. A Ili.i-chungiiig their locution |k�rhups but preserving their main f,*nlures, and biHiiiK iKilbtng of their autiwtive uess irtiiii uge. One muy or mny iu,i have heard them In-fore, if th > ur, lieu, so iiiui'h the Ix'ttel. it old fi'H'itds lhey �ill lie welconii'd hear iil.v 'I'h-v run Uie Kiiliiut "front gr��v,. t.. gay , from lively to seveiv," i>l-t|i,eii."li , nr pivfers the gruv,, mid s,.�,|.. In Hi.- �a.v of s.ii'i'iiMii, where run we tin I u uiivr bit than in the si.u.v of the g-.iui'.iler who was indietiiuo| t.'niou Uank-Q. V. McMlcklug, coiuineiicd. Only n few* hud ' Manager, been dealt when tho Mu)or's leail ; HAILWAYS. sunk softiy down on his \e�t and his I^thbridgo u> on the t'row'e Ne�t ,. . . become a Uivibional potut. It is the ulmd a* justice. ihoadqunrurs ol the A. U. A I. lUil- "tiii thu next hund-a lot- way, runnlug nouvii to Ureal Fall*, one of the playera oi�ncd on an tc, Motnaun. .1. .1. liill'h new u-anseun-llush. No one came in and h, v., '"nwital road is almost sure to . .. , , | strike Hum point. Hoads are also about to rake in tho pot when ; ,,rojmwJ u,nU to fulgary and LeUi-uoticed that his friend, foi'-i.,; brklgo in a very lew ycurs, is likely known as "Major." hud not hni his '� *"> � t�ig railroad centre. su�- He i'tniched across i.i>� Itt'.l' l'AHSHXt�- and g-uve tii.' sleeping warrior a dig Ivtbl.i ids* is the centre of the . only iriiguiioii distriot in Canada. "Wake up," Iw cried. "W i e '-yunil.wiv lt, tte NIVU llewr town. At plu, your hand." present the unirriguted lands in all "Whu's mu'r'.'" asked il.o .v,, i'dire., tions �ru being rapidly **tt�ed, wearily. 'Tot is oiien for five doili.- 1- v in the vein- lOOI. with'two goii-, up tic�! on the oliurgv. oi ' "O^ody else is out. Is it .i> p,n. "Tho Major rouned up, picket '. bin hand in a juinbU>.l ruivl'.s :usli- luw, eral elections, there wore only 17.*> I gumbling. convii'tion.s for .Irunkeuncss. These , "So >ou were playing curds for figures tell more powerfully than any money'.'" said the'magistrate, sevoi'e-urguiiicnt which could I*' us.ri, In |y favor of proiiibition. li is said that "Xn sir; we were playing curd* f�� not for years, m city of Charlotte- chips." lown bus there lnu>ii less want among I "It's ail live same thing. You i;o' (he needy, or l derivisl from the total suppression,,. uul>| in. sunppiil k.oilt St, the lujnor trafllc. tpiirkiv iimt ihe constable uiru.'d In Sydney, (V H., ,,,,1 �dji>tiiiiijj pale, towns, opinion (liuoiu to ns-IH-ople is strongly divided on the sum - the judge to lie ignorant of uny question of iho ivpeaj ot tho I'unudu oi the techniculi'tficK of poker, wae to be fnu�:| for contoiapi of court. I and there is no doubt hut that this l town �'U1 noon he Uie centre of great agricultural wealth und population. LOCATION. I.ethbridge ts the natural cupitsl of .Southern Albeitu. It is the hub of a ion mid sKvpib slid ten doiinis utoibig distnci, and from here goods are the pot distributed south to tho boundary, "It s onlv (ice dollars to com. n !�"�� ����� Suskatehewan and west to . .i *.,  ..iii, , ^i,, ii,,i liohi .British Co urn-hia, and north almost *ud .he ...he. u ^UUi.tllfch. u, ^ ^ R ^ of hope in ins e.ves Ho you ji)econm ,|,e hiding wholesale centre  'Then tit - nentleiuafl with th^ltushiu AU�'it.t. south of Calgary, ruise-i ugiim So did the Major. Fin- CLIMATK. ully etery dollar ouch player had, t LothhrWge'a climate is very much Temperance Act, and the introtluct : ion of some inoro elite live moasure. Snuie are anxious for a pleWsciic of i tho county while others vhjorouily A lawyer defonding a prisoner ehar-ged with swindling explaineil: "Your honor, one of the witnesses alleges went t(> swell thu prodigtusly big pot. The iKiys hated .to seo 'the Major throwing his money in tb*t maudlin wuy, but-1'hoy couldn't intorfuro. "How many cards'/" said iho dealer.' "Phe fists of the two men hit the tablo witli resounding thumiw as a Higiml that both had p�t hands. It waa a show-down thon. The drows.i Major spread out on tho table u quoen full. The hoys shoved him the pot and he was too tired to reach for it. The laugh was on (he other player although he did not havemueh like Colorado. We only have winter for a day or so, and the r*6t of the time his hand and it would be the last." -Canada Inter-Ocean. ;