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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 19, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBR1DGE HERALD A BUCHANAN Publishers B. SIMPSON w. A. BUCHANAN SUBSCRIPTION: n Advance � 11.50 a year O herwise 2.00 a year ADVERTISING; Pet Month  1.00 Per Inch BELLY RIVER POWER. cc- vX|l00(n,t,ons, Hie IWrniliats people lo travel fully Ave hundred , ,,, ollh. I>1(,vWlorH. but won miles to see �their team play In- ,lV ,hf 44 run.-., crosse. Cranbrook doesn't r..i I a Marrl�l men Invited first, op- lKMe thing like that and if the ,,.,,,,, n,jir iMrillffl) with Hev. Chlv-Lclhbri.lge lacrosse te.un wns naif n,w, KJl.MHimi nffo,|.lwt ihe as loyally supported, they would lie : ,,owUl,K ,)f |�,rU,n nn.1 Harnsiey, In a Jitter pos-ition financially �i�l ,,,, ,|)(.foiv x\wy Werc sv|iurnU�d they would be tooiv i tieourn^sl in �o out and witl. Tlie tickets on the Cranbrook special, including s-ltcjier, cost tllX, and it is a safe estimate that the crowd while in lethtu'WIge spent on an average $").oii ,\ pa.-,-That nkjans f500 left here tii nee day. Who says sport Jocsn'l |>a,v n c�^? Why that $500 would have never seen lA-U�l>ri(lgo if it hadn't been for the lacrosse matoh. The Oranbrook Kporls were eager to wager '2 to 1 on their team winning tout ....................................*,;{5- ett,'u- term' 2 lotB Brnnton stwel......................................... ...........S1:ifj- ench�,ern" 2 lots London street......................................................^ lermi Acre lot. London Street........................................................*300' term� m Acre lot. London Btreet.........................................................*000' l*m4 4 lota 25 x 225,Homi)ttB Btreet...................................................��*uch | 71ot8, Bompna street............................................................*250, each X 12 Iota, Ernest street....... .....................................................*,25alli stroet....................................................*~*M> locH^on 2 corner lots Puffi-rin street...........................................................***00 oeoinir lots, UntTerin slrwl..........................................................S12tH) 3 lots, house and barn. Smith Btreet....................................................$2500 1 lot, house aiul brick warehouse.....................................................$2000 Also improved property in all purls of Hie city. To the mind unfamiliar with en gtneering, it seems almost certain I th.it it did not treat one of its that a water power is to lie lind the Belly river, l'robatoly to .... ,.. , | Ih.s erty has man who Is n close st.KleM of On� . fo,.Iingl, fo,vorns Medicine Ha1 ami power problem, use of 1he Be'.ly ( not the slightest intention of entlc-river power Is not praeKcaMe | in^ its industries away But that is only problematical. We -believe a city in the I'nited J States would have long aifo utiK/vl! o power like that which is mippll.rt ; in the Belly Itiver and would 'olcy' havo on the banks or that nvor. n dozen or so flourishing Industrie I is-I tablishments. We will stand corrected if it -aii it has made out a very bad. case for \ we dhln't have the nerve d shows conclusively ' it all up. As a mot tvr of fact. mid in-| with all due respect to our lornsse jdrstries pro|>erly. Surely Ix'th- " ibiiilge shwild not be blamed he i .... tihc moBt (^ndiy It 4>a-t not set ojiy such "pernicious example" as the News maintains and does net inteml to. EDITORIAL WTE1 Boost for Ijethbridge every nvinuto. I^>t us do our 'best to have a rec-! ar\\ bri-oking crow�:l at tho fair. boys, tho local people ex|vci�.| Cronlirook to win ugaln l-lmt i:i I to 1 score at Cranbrook didn't warrant any wagers toeing mude i'h-'ii tho mctn0vrs of the lo�-nl team hadn't I any ^o|*> of winning. Pnxl Uooney nuwle en.ioxh �m the ! game hoavver to enable him to pre- , sent .10 I Cranbrook has an enthusiastic ' preacher sport. Ilev. .1. IV We-iimun. pastor of the Methodist church t4>.>rl. He accompanied the Iwys to Iet4i  brktge and "rootcul" robustly ever.i chance he had for his team. Mr Westman is active in all Cranbrook sports and his intbietue 'is for the improvem��nt of tl>e games lie is popular among the youn^ men. Stewart and the score was ra'isel 'o ill, when Stewart wus unfortmiatoly iiri out, and � few minutes later, v'lh no addition to score was as follows; ; The C. B. Bowman Agency LETHBRIDCE �*�*>)+>�**� ��>>> M , ti llaeioo .......... *.� b. Ma,Miaid ..............21 , Ni.i rse C. (!. K . b Barton ........ .'� |i.';i". b. Mnynoi\l ....................... �� Miul^'of - j ,,.nllM an, lioing morft towarrts thc ib-jdil1 root ha*1 �" l^thbrdp.. Th-.x menl of .the water powes. ... ,hat ; velopment of W.^stera Canada than ha,t rnegafAones and they ke|.t t4iem any other class of people Take this during the entire gaitf. If they district as an instance. Amerieins j "roof as ban I for Southern All�Mtn have conu> in here and purchased, land ; �s they did for letW'ridKe lacrosse in large tpmntities and are disposing j,oam- ,,,' �honeN n> hi-Klge business places. They will do j wn�mon the good Ainerie.ui s>til.rs .lobnKton (>. II.. run out ... OT-ennMl K. M . h. l.ucas Hmding C. II.. not out ..... Crngff.- Br. b. Ilings .......... l-'.Mrns ....................... Ttlal ........................... SIXtM.F.. in ... r� li *� .108 ! I . 0 toy means of clectrleltv. the gi-'iit powr that is to l� sc.ivl a� .Via-gara Falls ami along the Tien; liver can be transmitted : iorls favorably it i xv|j|jng means that the future of this city is more than I 1 no  i a lot grow . towards making Leshbrhdyjo i ' here. astounds ll� easterner the excellent educational to lie uini'kol by grenl indusf.rml development. With clM>ap |wwer at ->ur cominaiwl we rould or Foster of that city charges ihnt Ijetlibridgo is outbidding' Me-.-;, but it is mofft un/uir in tho i.. tei(.rotation it has mude of Ix-lli-hrid^v's offer to the Woollen Mill people. l,cthbridge never thouetit of 'h-Meiliclne Hot Woollen Mills locating hcr.j until a representative of the company came here and approached th� Board of Trade with a proposal to establish tho Woollen mills. From the cotnmencoment of Mu-negotiations it was made clear i �hn.t gentleman that l/>tlmridge would not touch the proposi4ion if inton:lod tor tho purpose of "holding up"' Medicine Hat. T��e iv|m�eiita -; tj,,. M.llride outfit will throat upon live declurud mo�t empliaticaUJr that them in the future, the mill would bo taken away from facilities to be found *n nvery ei^. town and village in the weat. Hm. Cringle a member of the I'oUerboro Board of Education, on his iet>.m to the cast from a trip I ) the v;-_*t said that he was surprised to And that thc west is far in ad/unci of the east in its schools-, their c�p.ip-ment and the facilities provided for educating the coming men and �3 -men of the country. The west :� acting wisely in th-is respect. Ni th -ing will estaililish a firmer foundu  ion for our moral ami niaternl '-Jo velopim>nt than a sound and progressive educational syssenv. M->u lik^ Mr l'ringle returning to the ea4' ar..i impressing the excellence of our educational facilities upon the nejple, serw as good immigration agents because the sensible man, thinking of immigrating to the west invari�My wunts to know. If he has a family, whiit sort of school* we have, and when he f\mln they are of the beat type, ho has no hesitation In pulling up slakes and cotiAng out here to live. It is said the provincial elections in British Columbia may lie held before the end of the year. If the electors do not trounce the MeBrkle government, one of the worst ad -ministrations thai ever governed a province. ihey deserve all the evils Ki:ivr S .I . b. Slmle .......... Boi ley i: . b. .Inhnstnn I.. M. Biirnsley A . b .fohnslon I..M ^l.ngs A W . b .lohn�lon I..M l.iun- A. t 1' . nut out................ Wilis, ti ,1,ibnslon I..M........... l'.Mi-as ......................... List your lands with us. We can show you that we are selling. It you want to I my. tee us. �j Ohr patrons 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 ti|il>ri lp-just now and she ronfe-s>*s mIk> never saw a strawberry pat came here. Think of it. an Ontario girl coining west to get Ivr eyes �-n a straw*>err>- nuti-h for the first time. By the way, it surprbes km* more of our people eciul di>spali climb of the day vu� , pare with thoss grown here. Thai is done by the parly under the guidance j  MILL AND MINE SUPPLIES TRACTION ENGINE REPAIRS Valves Pipe Bar Iron Miners' Tools not an tdle boast tout an ati-obitc fart. If men ran make a couple oi thousand dollars from fruit lands in the KooWnays, vhy can't tlie same money be made right here In rea-Wng the Toronto (lh>ls> Kio other day I came across the following story, which 1 feel is worth repeating: Man Bait on. tt Wabash engineer, re-sWmg in St. Thomas, relates a dog atory^that is almost >beyong acce.u-ancer Yet anyone who knows I kilt on oi ll:e hetwl guide, 10(1. Fen/, who took Ins puny up the eawlem face of .Mount Burgess, and unquestionably all the menriiers hod more ihrilliitg e\|ieriences in a short time than ever in tht'ir lives U>fure, and on returning to camp weiv full of their utlveutures. A descri|Hion of tlx* climb is given l�olovv toy ono of the climiKTs: At six in the morning the cheery voice of tho president was heard in camp calling upon the cliinters who imewled attacking Mount Burgess to will admit that he is not given to , rise from theHr buds and prepuro to exaggeraUon ami he is regordM as'start. Quickly tho ladies and gen-a man of veracity. tlemei. of the party pro|iared, and i�y "I was-coming west this wvek with -even o'clock were mustered by an Immigrant sjiecial." said Mr. Hal- liiinle IJilwunJ Ftw and provided ton in telHng of tho incident. **!��.- with nl|M�nstocks or .ice-picks, and tween Kkfrid and Olencoe I noticed h�.l to the llurgess trail, up which ee Mtxbciue Hut, no mutter what the jiei.pl.' there inigllt oiler, and if l*>th-liiixlge dhl not wum it. tlwy woiikl go some place else. It is thus very idea.' that l-eltolirklge rimeiital farm. It will lie a grand arvpiiMticm to thai ! >m>oming metropolis, but sVnccrely regret thai it was not plactsl In our own locality, aB we l>etieve our district is more suHable for such an Inst it ut ion.-flareshotm Itecord. The exiierimeotal' form to too loc*t-1.1 hpro is to he on irrigated lar.d ami will he in charge of a pra?o". :ul irrigation fanner. No other |'ace could have boon chosen tor such a fuiiu. with the prorxvble except!'>i of Calgury. Ctaresholm will readily understand that it has no tiltlc to an exocriimcntal farm for irrigati in purpos. and, telling us not to move, went a-ls-ad to sev If WH-re was a possible trail. He tokl us Ihut lie lur-l nev. r cliinUsi ihe mountain befoiv, ani |from Motxh-n; with Messrs. Itobert-jumped ; around and stood looking at 'son. Ste>n un�| cuinplK'II. from lx�lh-Hio oncoming train. The next time ! bridge. Wimwixg. ami Toronto re- I looked T waa horriflcvl to see a little child on tho track. "~ "We closed of! steam, put on the brakes, but I knew that lite train coukl not Hlop m time. It looked just tike munder, but there was absolutely no way of avoiding 0,11 i.c-cklent tmleas the iii lie tot got. oui of the way. �"The wheels were jarring and the cars were bumping under n ihelr al|>en�tockK, .as ihi'iv weiv nlreaxly too many on the ro|M�. Through tlie mist wo coukl �-eo the dim form of the mountain ul -most �hoer alsive. and U� gifUle wus asked by tho alarmed ladies if he intended to try to get up thot way. never faltered. Ho stood like the I He replied with a smile, and thriw-dumto hero that ho is. although 'in , ing his pack over his shoulder piun-bis inferior intelligonco tibo dog must j pvl 1-nio the d;vo have boon haggling over j p.'s feel tathbridga \n the licst place-the touh'y. who was stan-U'iV near one a miniature avnlnnoho was creat*l itniiK th* ------------1: � rail, pei-iiaps unccMiKcious of danger v tth gat hoiking force as down H and jierhaps coiifklont of safety In ' plunged, mode us conscious of whit details tho company's manager* liavo Bought now ileitis, and. from re ports in the Lothtorkigo pa|�ors have �wcrked the flolds very well, with Um U'Kult 'above mentionod. This is thoir own business, and neither th0 in the west. (ut down tho veoas that are to be seen on our streets and about the yards. Thoy will do harm if allowed to grow. the dog's company. ! would happen to us if we made a  'Well, wo struck the �log first but j false mop. Steeper nml steeper grew doing so tho dog knocked the child tho ascent until tho firm rock was ,out of harm's way NoMhor wore in- ! reached and gave us an absolutely S93iiu*d impossible to cluuto. 11 v\i-s at I'be turn of the blulT and t'lic Mu'V was so narrow that on both si I's terrible precipices pn-s.iit time to tltink ns Iho guide soon found footbokl nml handhold ami up he swung hims.'lf onto Uk> narrow crest. Tho l.'iily followed and with |vale face and trembling limbs plained her (oil where ihe guide had planted his. �"lKin't look back," commanded the gukliv Hut out of th.' corners nf iitir oyes we could two tho nwfninexs of it all. "this is too li>rrHi!e." exclniir.ed Pr.- Cniii|il>i'll. "It can never he passed." Hut slowly the ludy workd her way up to where the guide was and even then there vns nothing 'bill the most insecure foothold. The see.eid lady followed and then the third. I ut Ihe fourth just clung . but the pi-rsistenr? of ihe |>iih|> and enpnurng>meiiove us vet thoro seemed but worse to foMow. No�4iero a foolhoWl ami still 2.100 foot to elimU>. "We'll go no further,"' tho la-lie* suwl. Hut to ilesceml at that tort'  ilile point was loo "I bud tiivlers lo lake \nu alt �> '/ee top of /; inoimlaiii." smid I'el-wanl. "iind we will not go back." ami it was iI.ikIivI to \i>tiiiire lur liter, but why had we left i he si-ov \ulley for tins despcruee ihintf.' With every nerve siraiiis-l slu i |y use. inl(.;| with never a glunci* ie himl or IhmhsiiIi. taking txlvanln^e uf every prut i'lils'rnuce m i4m' rock face. The guide mIioul�I reiuark.ilile skill in nvoKling impossible pi'ics lllivl never once had to retreat. At . lenmth lo our great Joy we usiehisl ,i Know bank upon which I'.il uiiinI cut an easy path which bal us through a chimney to ?fore the first day of l)i!oU>i'. IPDli. pursuant to Seclion (I of the above Ordinance. tiios. rviiRiiwoon, I'nderwood Ulock. . Calgary, Alia. l.U|iiHlal(n- of the Hulwell Cool and Iron Alines Co., Limited. Visitors to a Town Nearly n I ways take limiie Home little suiiieiiir or other. In yi'ius In i-iuni* il will lie a ri'iiiiiiiler uf llio visit, nml will servo In recall pleasiint mem-' ories every lime il is louktnl ut. We have ft lot uf artiulea suitable for soiivouira. Most of thoin tire quite inexpensive and for the puriiotte are quite as good us if they font ten times ua mueli. A few cents will give you your pick of a whole lot ef theui. They are dainty conceits in numerous pal terns. We would like to show them to you. R.A.WRIGHT Tiik Jeweler Barnes & Co. REAL ESTATE anU GF.N KRAI. AGF.NT8 OIHce-Sirco�� Floor Suilhard Wtik Post Office Box 3 Telephone No. 122 Cluresholiu believes it has a ulation of 1,000. pop- ;