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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 12, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta \ HERALD S'MPSON A BUCHANAN Publishers f, ft. ritMfSOM \v. a. buchanan Lcihibrldgo is the HvMesl plau*s lit t*vj | liU? 'the ttofuid rccclvwl frotii Kim the . cihor day, wo feel It* worth puli- Now gel togo'.her, everybody boost |llsr.\x>r nvnti to know � "S > id j n,,|,lc worship are merely tnilll- "BOOMS" A CURSE. - ADVERTISING. Per Month.  $1.00 Per Inch P. A. Ailttixl. Ili happy of the west, in .these words: | "Olio ui most wnnnly on tho paper which .\ '.uv iluniuh  with the most oMinvngiimi c 1 i the city cannot renoh them for yoars. I Mount line rents have mounted liir-! ioiisI.v. ntwl it Is impossible e en tin 11 THE EXPERIMENTAL FARM. The location of tho ExiK'rimwtal form hero" is another tribute to the fad that LoUvbrklgo is coiimldorod THE point in Southern Alberta. M tfc>xvs thnt we loom largo 'in 1)1,. ; public . eye amd 1-hat ;LfrUi bridge is (jest situated .Vo suit, the convenient e ( of the people of 'this district. It also proves -that t'ho author it ies of the Agricultural IVsmrtniout 111 Ottawa. posseseL-s a high opinion oi ! to house l-he |iopiilnt Ion. so our agricultural |HjsKil>llit'it�s. 01 her- j -tliere are l*txveen four and live bun wise they would not locate mi ox -1 dml people living 111 touts in pcrhricntal farm here. This farm will Ih> of great assist -once to thc farmers of AHwt� and Will also afford enlightenment to the continent on the best method to conduct farming oiwrntlons there Ex-jierlinents will >be the order and under tho capable direction of W. It Fairflokl wc feel satisfied the iv -sources of Southern AVhorta xx4i)l 1, put in a hotter light 'through the medium of this farm, than ever before. The French have n lYno sons*- 01 j humor. The oilier ilay in the House I of Commons Mr. I'iehe. a l.ilieral nvnilvr. Iwd something to say ii'iom ! Mr. Hourn^n's desire to htoin Wig in 1 �Ihe public eye. Here is. one of bis JiIh-s "IHillie mit n couple of s the iJioir in 'l�e fore front and In Mie eyes of everyone. No jvi'sim nhoubl iw> soon but the minister. Him ns things are today the minister is sometimes los-t sight of in the nmg-niiicenl I'unery of the choir, and the poor minister. Has n wry hard time of it. A llipitant choir may easily neutralise the whole iMiite." The only klonl ohoir Hishop Vincent knew was in Delaware avenue Myl'hoilist chnroh. llulTnlo. 'Phere the choir coaistMed of a (piartcUe, tWtlch is sealed In the front |>ew ami \Wleii ago save the countr,\ xighl to under cult ivat but are �-�- "" .........- from tin- hydra hivdiinr �ho singing walks up to the I of rmperuilism? |>nI he not save th,. 1 plnlform, afterwards going 'l-mck to , Hoer ivpiiblic from llngliwli olig-n- 1 their seats. Th�s bishop tlid not be-ii'hy* (Hear. iH^r.) Iiid he not with j ",>v'' 1,1 having the oi>gnii itlay over ,dn/^ling success save the Northwes; } the llrwt verso of well known hymns, 'to the French language? Ho IukI i;l-j One line \vn� sufflcient. Musical in-llint ",M> ,x,t>n �" l''K> P�'int of saving t}tit.' terludes lietueon Verses he coiwKlerod . 1 bee when there was , question of le-'o" Intrusion. The organist sliould nmt placing tho Parent CdMnut .'.ni* l� n ikivout Christian; so shonkl the This, however, jhorc he Is stoppwi in his mission to- choir members day. For heaven'i sake. Mr Speaker, give him something to Have. or CITY SHOULD BORE. The City Council doosn't want to get away from the tact that the ratepayers of Lethln kl^c fa^or muni-ripnl ownership of natural gos. Tho sjirtimont is strongly enough directed "that" way, for any clear bended jiww to detect it. around lOJntonton as I have previously stated, is now the normal condition of the western town or criy, and docs not occasion any surprise. Of course, working-men coming to the city and unable to rent n housa arc still less able to but Id. because of the price 0/ land, and to tlmt extent the rise in values tenita to rcturd lite legitimate gr tw-fh of the place. It has tho same tf-feot in other ways. too. I was toid of a man who came here intending to 'invest a Certain small capital in a useful business, but was frightened off when ho fpu�d the price he would have to i>ny for a itc" Fortunately LcW�bridgt\ tlvoogh a growing centre. has avoided a "boom". As a matlor of fact, steady substantial growth, with lond values at a sensihle figure Is to he preferred 'to a "boom" 'that lasts for a short time and collapses, putting a he will surely sot fire to the l'arlia-tnent buildings If only to save the cushion on which he sits. (Laugh -tor.) Do not frustrate him or h,. will sot fire to the four corners of the country to save his own |>ers m "Humor in iho pulpit in a church im distinctly vulgar and h�� no place there," stvi-d the s|ieaker, positively. "1 am happy to wiy vc have but few ministers tt-ho imitate Nam .1 oiks, though ho i* a remarkable num. l>on't mind the higher critic*" he advised ministers "Assume that ality by carrying it to the I'nitod ' �he Hible is divino. If K is hunv\n States 'in older to bring H back a-gaiu when the repairing of diNiister* has been Itegun, thai he may i.i>-ulyzo those who are working for i\ s-toration." 1'reWy good isn't it. the, higher critics will tear It to pieces, and It should lie. If it. is di , vine no human power etui tear it tt� pieces.'' Snaps in Real Estate 8 lots ftrnuo strt-t't........................................................Sl*'*>. f'arli, tortMa 2 lots Rnttitoii slrvet.......................................................*1'^>, oncli, terms $ 2 lots London street........................................................$150, easy terms Acre lot. London Street,........................................................WOO* oliev� the people fAvor |citv in u worse position than -before the expense of lK>rliig for gus lieing j the "boom" iH-gtiD borne by the city. The lk�ard of U�il estate is Increasing in value. Trade tabled u ivsolution favoring 1 but this fnct is due t, k�gitimate th'is policy. |,ut We don't pivuitd it) | roasons. Now Is the tiim' for iiti-helievo eople ot Ldhbridgv �dvance. Thai does not nu-on want is the ownership of natural thiil we will ever suffer from gas by the. city and if private coin- "Wmi" prices. The city v ill panics are prepared to risk tbous- Ih> Itet.tor oil without the slightest ends of dollars to bore for it, sum- semblance of the lypo of '"footm" ly the city can afford to B]>eculate In thnt has struck Saskntooii aiKl Kd-the distoverj' of this great asset-n inonton. hwl, Hght and power supplyiivg com- _ niodity that will enrich this and put it in a position to roui|h-te wiUi any city in the west us a tiian-ufacituring centre and an econontlicul place to live in. With nil tht-si* ad-tantagvs to Iw secun�tl, the iii\ should boar the cost of boring nod not allow a private emveern to lliv-l the tjas and then hold the city iip ' urt, for u big pni'o in order to pun-hus it. Speaker Cannon States House of says: "The man who kicks without 11 cause is (i common liar." This just suits some of the knoekci'6 'in this district. GOSSIP By on the side t,m,nta't'iv'es. ' t-he \isit of the lady .Journalists. I have been sounding his praises to exurybody. \'ory few as xxvll worded and ebKiuently delivero.l uxv-mit\Ute s|>eeclies huu it beun my pleasure to � hear- in fact, I do not 'b�Hox-a 1 I ever lK�nid any 'butter. They tell me, ; however, orators are common a-' mongvt the Mormons. lethbridge alberta I Ray Dnrnes, isn't this the sort cf ! weather to summon the curlers together ami have that annual me t -lug. EDITORIAL NOTES. Mrs. llurns, xxifu of the distuiguixh-ivl lalior leader xvho sits in the ' British Cabinet nas noxer sluiro.l 111 j the fetes given to her distinguish,-.! tributes that could be paid to fro C. A. Footo of Moyie, was brought i to Crunbrook today 'by a special train ami taker, ta tho hqsnila, and i o|ierated upon for aAwndiioiitis. Dr. I King went to Moyio last night awl j with Dr. llurvie brought Mr. F00U' ! Imck. The Odd Fellows aud. the iMuy-its of l'yWios, of which orders Mr. Footo is a member, orderxd the special train, and it was this vliul Mivt-.l his life, as hi* condition was such that any ik-Iuy woukl huvo 1 proven fatal.-Crattbrook lleraki. I'his is one of the most ebxftient rrKSXS!rrfS>SXSXS>SXSX^ OEORO li M. HATCH C. R. DANIEL | ALBERTA REALTY COMPANY (OFFICES IN KOITHAUD BLOCK. LKT1IBK11)(JK� ^ List your lands with us, We can sliow you that we are selling. 11 you want to lniy. see ns. Our iMitrons deal over and over with us. which is evidence of fair dealing. Try us as buyers and .------sellers on ------------ Lands, City Property and Live Stock We will make a specialty of live stock. List anything you have with us, even if but one animal. Will give same attention to small deals as we would to large ones. himlHtiv.l. She has been content a very ^uiat life in Dnttersta. but a short time ago she varied her pro-: gramme by attending, for once, nt heroine ' court, xvliero, report says, she looked 'very sweet in a gray dress " She for attracted the attention, ainon^ 0U1 gophers. They are a nuisance anu 1 ers, of a new peeress. Lady llnxer -only the glittering coin will enable | sham, a well-known society xi.u" The joy oi living" is to found right here in Southern Alboi'la. Mr Siiiiiuons you can migbi.v popular if you futher u mcas-prox/ding for a �bounty teriuil sooivt'ieH. It shoxvs thul the' liroKheihood tif mail exists 'ii| lliiu elloit to oring ivlicf r-giuii/.u-tioON acting tia> |Hiit of the gxMAl Suiiiuritati, deajrxe the syin -p.i'.'.iy and eiicourtvtfeiuoni of all right illllldod |K-t�pk-.;o:o;o;o:o:o:or>:o:o:oTo:o'o'nTr! the fiii'iiK'i's to tfot rid of tlK'in. WE MUST HAVE IT. In another column nplswrs an item from t'ho Medicine Hat N.-f h. which shows that iKiturnl gus was the cause of the C I'.II. extewling tlK-ir o|K>rations nt that city. Mxsln in.-Hot is gaining in iifdusi rial pr.-M i^. oikI populnlton through the exisuie , theiv of cheap power created liy nn' nrul gus and l>eU>bridge 111 order in competu xvuh that city in b.' ilHlilstries tiniNt use every lli'Mlin in its poxver to �t-11 re natural j;"" hciv If it is fouivd-air I theiv- .s-,-inj. 1,, lie no doubt Unit It is her,--the F. It. may uvuil UiumM'lxes oi 1I1 presencfl of gus nivd i-staliliwh ln^ shops bare, to servo the Son an 1 Croxv's Neat lines. Tho central locution of I!iridgv apixals to manufacturers an I tb.-e\ istenca of natural pis hero would mean that many concerns would lo-cato in this city wiihout delay. As citizens �H is our duty to loyally promote and support, the City Council in any action it may take to *Miiv (or nnturul gas. Its d scov-ery will moan inestimable. dcvelj]>-inont for this city. IVoost for tho fall exhUntion every chnme Jim g�>i. \V. II. Fnirfteld s suleotion as man ager oi the Kx|>erinwntal Furm was inary of a call, bhe adtlresited ami lion hunter, to whom the 'den occurred that the presence of ti wife of the Labor President of ih, � Lacal Goxermnent Ikvaivl inigtrt n I j attractiveness to one of her projert-' oil gathormgs. Without the prelim - Mrs not unexpected. His ul�ilit> and eii-'Hurns the folloxviug note. ergx merited his appointiiicii't "Ik?nr Mrs Kurus,-I sIhuiUI !� _ glttd if vou could come to my "nt home.' Vou will ru)ge lot slip n excellent opportuini.v -to colobrate :.s advent to the rank of c.ty. No bettor time cou'd hax'e lieen tk'siix-il. Surely we appreciate enough our tlovalion to cityhood sullicie-ntly to! rouslngly celebrate it. If we tlonot, then we aiv uway hetitn.l places like \Veta�kixviu an I Simkaioim, recently treated cities. TIkw ciin-s markn.l their advancenunt in civic progress by holding ilenionHtrations Mmt diew big crowds and sounded the news to s.11 tho country that they weio 1 ,i(.b-ly happy 10 roach tho city sio^i. LethAn*idge eat back, with ; h folded and allowed its pi-jmotioa to the city class to pai>s unuoic'-vl. Now wouldn't it be a good idea to bavo a monster d*�.ion hero in ttva fall, after all thv cro)>s have -been harvested and uhe people in tihe humor to get out and enjoy themselves. Mako it 1,1,0 ^'Kgcst evont In Southern Alberta, not a two toy four effalr tlmt will_ bp laugh: oi at ol ins acliXe eltorls lo vim - iii years. SibikI by municipal ownerslup. The mail service is gett nQ Wor e r or three days last wee., no- u Ca� .uij paper came to hand. SonieWly should stick a pin into tbj anatomy of Uio rostmaster ticneral and waken huu up to the fact thut the mail service in Soutl ern Alberta is suuply and unadulter-ably rotten. winm are allowed to roam about in ihv early morning utrtil the herder collect.-, theiu. Anltnuls MhouKt be nopi on owii,-i-v pro|>ei ty until the n^.'1-l comes along t>t4terw>u** tuej uiv liuiilc to haxe tlK*ir cotvs or horsxs impoui/.uo ai.xl rightly no too tor vj'i/.eiis wlui go lo tau tiouole 01 ti.r. Kil|>�tlick m hi came into the Dullus the o.her eveii-m-j from a tramp on the prurr.e lit was upmost ctmlttited looKing man ax/.l bore every evidence of having en- Ctftbridgt Iron Works Co.. Ltd. MMMif�cturert of s GREY IRON AND BRASS CASTINGS | * I mine and sawmill work | * a specialty & & S Lompluints n't' licvjuetlfly m,aile ' t^T timZ.' I machine shop work promptly � correctly executed o o :S: P. o a We want a chance to figure on your SELLING AGENTS FOR Canada Foundry Co.. steam pump*. t Gurney Foundry Co., steam and hot water casting and machine work Canadian Asbestos Co.. Asbestos cement. ^�-Ontario Wind Engine and Pump Co.. wind-No matter how largo or how small mills, etc. wood and steel water tanks, all capuciticB. o;aop;o;o:o;o:o lntMi stiKlyiifg the map ami find thut Ijuyod Uio wulk. With him hu carrieu saino distance from nnltersea as 1 * liattersea is Irom Ovosvenor Sim ire ,lh l>r. Ktlp&lricK, x.,.. Of Loj#y Hax-ersnam's feeling* anil wll,K' tn4-' l"uirie and ita-beauUes ami expressions on recolpt of thin _ xvc ; invariably they enlhuso over the have no record. | oroa'.l, level expanso, while the "nat- - ' ixms" liiugHt at the sug'goKtion IhAt �ov. Dr. Macltao prtnciiml of ih-; ,.|w k. ls U;uullful. Vestern Canada College, Calgary, in- _ inns me that, the College has hud | | umierstuixt there xvas a dWerwcc tn enrolment of over eighty t.iis|U| opinion alxiut giving sportB a ear. Tho corporation to meet ih. |,ronnneiit placo at tho coining fair, demand. 4s putting up a new i.i�l Some urgu.d for the purely agrjcul- Get busy and rustlo for a big demonstration here this fall. It is easy to notice .that Lothbrl'lgo is steadily growing- New residents arriving daily. The City Council will not make any mistake if they spend cumdder-a'.it" money in improving the pu i.ic stpiure. Make it the preUtiest ptik 111 Alls-rtu. separato building with class accommodation for ISO. They will also build a gymmraum. Tiie stall ia to be increased so that_ there will be live pormanent instructors in residence. Tho coming year very sjkjc -ial attention will bo given to preparation for business life as well as for tho different university entrance examinations. The. college is now in alllliation xx-ith Toronto University so thut any young man may take and comploto his first year's course at Toronto in Western Canada College. 'litis is groat weather for t'le uiuii. i.v- How is il*. Herald'' Well, yea can see it in nearly every home !:i the city und the |K-opk- xvho read it look ha|�;>y xvbun it comos around xvoek. That's a good sign. The High Rixer Times says. "The town council of Hi-gti River lcvii\l a license tux of $!ooplo xvho want to engage in business in a commun'ily is a matter for t>ach town to> decide for itself. In this case, the object is probably lo prevent thoso tiot i.-g-ularly engaged in the real estate uach I business from butting-iii on the coin-I niissions; but can it Iw tlon.'''" ,\ rural features while others ma>in,ia4n-ed that the fair in order to be u KiieccKH HhouUl have some attract -ions like horso racing, athletic evotitM etc., etc. We don't want to get into any argument, but believe it isworth iii.-m'.oning that in Ontario, many a county fair went to tho dog* for the xviy ix>asoii thut the sports wore cut out. It is very coliuiionduible to encourage ugricuiiuiv but a fair will not druw a crowd unless there is Kotiw greater attraction than ctflo, sjieep. pigs, pumpkin*, etc. CIML What is noglecUtl today should !>�� attended to toinorwixv. Saskatoon lHtoenix:- Winnipeg's eiii|4iatlc promiunceim-nt for Sinvlay cars cannot fairly 'lie interprottsl ns a weakening of (.'unatllan regard fur a tjuiel Siif>.luy. but rather as the exprvhsion of a desire for what has come lo lie a necessary form of ,ln-tra-niural transportation. \Viimi|>cg has grown to such a size nnd covers so largo an area that it Is all but impossible to -get about without riding. And only a limited number of people feel that the railway com  Toronto Tvlegiwm: I'ntit-lod men will noon he as scarce in Ontario as privates are in Kentucky. * In Kentucky you are likely to Iki a Col. In Ontario you may Is- K.C..M (!. Or l^.M.ll. Or LL I) Or .1.1*. Or ESQ. If you xvear a name iiiuwlniuo.l by any of these ranks or titles you mu�i too D.E.A.P. Cranbrook llerakl: 'i'too nmn who 'is poHtfimlsiic on the conditions in Canada is simply a liar working �v ert'lmu. It is about time tho streets were levelled up. At present they remind one of the "Itocky road 10 Dutilin." The City Council niig'�">' As il '* l^plo are ivluctani miairaniv men was presented- to the^'""" viHlttag when �wy waltae Ixjthhridge Coimcil but as far as we �lhul haVo 10 ��*ntl * cou�,to ol know, action has not UH.n taken. If \ whetlier they want to or m*t. I So dottbt the time is >vot far distant, wo wish it were 'hotx> for H a tax of $!>* was placed .on all the real estate and insurance agents doing business here xvo would almost gather enough money together to build a city hull. Hiuhap Vincent, shaking at the publisher Is A. U. Watt, and a trlb- 'Methodist conference �*t Niagara hour and xve would be next to would mean much to tho groxvuh)ov at 8!l a xvoek" said the iminnger to the president, when the latter complained of Hw lad's can- in their $l"> suits Just as it is . :nll of workmen in>d the mime cure-ful ins|silion Success cuines to the hoy vho 'does his level best ulwuys. just as success has come to the Seini-liea-dy tailoring in all that goes to u ako clothes xx-hioh mark the cultur-i'l gentlemen. You may si>e the correct form of Seiiii-iva.l.v iiwiterinls in the new v-.xli-s now being hIvowh i>y the Soini-i-nd.v Wardro^m. hi this district. .Mr. A. Soulbiiixl has the Semi-Heady WuinIioIai for I* fee>t of xvat-er in tho CIVIL dam. Citizens xxill (..riil'ple probably all night to 11 ntl  be |.( and they Hiivulen to blow up 'the dam. as there are gates Hit- family. Mrs. l'tini|>l-ll. four sons and one daughter are all here und are bearl'brokt.n over lh "ir 1os:k. I'ili/enu feel it (lis'ply . Ik- came here from ('uriuaii. Man one year u�o, xvhero Ih- was a prtis-(s'ldiis farmer aiul t*ti�'in " � Barnes &> Co. HEAL ESTATE and GENlilRAL AGENTS OKIce-Sccoad Floor Sontbar4 Block Post Office Box 3 Telephone No. 122 'Pha casualties of Uio 4th of July celolnutioiis in tho State* reaches 1 US dead and 2,789 injured. -  ;