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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 14, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta mm: IBRID6S HERALD i^C'T-IPSON A BUCHANAN Publishers K' B. 811ip80n w. a. buchanan m SCTBSCRIPriON. �' n Adva*ioe l.SO  year 2:00 a year AOVBRTISINO: Per liontb 1.00 Per Inch TRAFnC BMOCE. A treflic bridge on tlie new high level bridge to b� erected by tbo C. P. B. ia a KTOM fkcceesity. A mibwey will not help us to le-tain tfae terming trade to the north nearly M much as � traffic 4>ri>dgc. A autoway ntill leaves two treacherous hill* to .clitub crossing the rlvor, but a traflk bridge on a level with the river bank cuts these cttcumber-ancefl out. and makes the road to the cUy from the north and wc^^t a hundred per cent, easier. It seems to tho Herald that the iral'.v brrfge is an absolifle necessity, subwaj' or no subway. NUNiCiFAL OWNERSHIP. 'Vhikl public opinion st'ill bos aii influence in IjetWliri-clge wan evitkiicoU in t'lte discussion of 'the gas proiitcin, It the gas th�t was poui"�l I'ortli last week couM ttave l-ccn coral led and put in a well, Lcthbridge wouVil have bad a supply for sevvral years to conte witihout boring a bit. In �natbcr column, the Herald gives the opioiott of lilayor Foi-su>r, ot Medicine �at. on ifao ^tuesUon of municipal ownership of natural ^is. It's a strong argument, and should 'bo read by evLi>.^uuy. Wliat has bem a booanaa for lledicioe U^t should be a bonanza for Lethbri Igc, too. See that Letibbrtdge gives the .lady journalists a good time. The l*'Ji�s wield a big influence with the wou>jcu of the land, and it they can put in a strong word of praise for �^ ontheside The only ol.>jectia�t ihocn-ly serious ob>ecUon, that can l>o offered to the city utaKing thu un ft.r natural gas, is the fnct that st!v�-�I thousand dollars any tliAvn away in a fruitless eiVort to ilisc.ivor the product that iw cliis^ns !\:e aakiuua i s-�eaaion. But it is clear that if several companies, composed as we presume them to be, of ."sane bu8aper in the early days. The "Appool to IWson" is on the iiukils again. Hon. A. B. Aylesiwort^h Miut this paper out because he claimed it was anarchistic. Evidently the upiKMl lo the reason of Mr. Lemljux. the new postmnster-gonpral, muia mone impression than the appeal to the (rfd postmastor-general. Mr. .'�}-leswonth. A man naniiod Ught has twon appointed harl>or master at PemitHn-guishene. No need of a lighthouse there now. Calgory Board of Trade is getting out a pamphkrt telling about that city as a field for manufacturings and distributing purposes. Lethbridgn Board ought to follow suit. ;^th-bridge ^k>uld 'be emphasi'zed mt.v strongly as a n�anufacturmg cen'.v?. A lady at a convcirtion of v.'oni-ens' clubs in St. Paul, necommonded baibiefi being put t'o sh>ep on a .snowbank for tihe boneftt of their health. This suggestion wnuld'nt apply -n Southern Allwrta. whore we nc.tir have any snowlmnks, but 'the -loth-ors miffht use a cake of ice instead It wouW 'bring: trade to the ieo ae �eet-never via th.* head. Make all clothes so that they button at ths aboulder and down the sides of the sleeves. Hover let a baby cry. Ci.-.'i'ii:^ ^loc'S not develop the lungs. So baby will cry if treated rightly. Oive a bab.v plenty of ph.y'�i>.''il culture. Uqgm Imii^a club ex.'!-ci.�)cs as early as possible. Never make a *al)j''s clothi>s more than twen-ly-two incln.-s long. Le oast again. It strikes ute that tlu> Runshinc we have in sudi abuitd.tnce --'barring that tiwo week's rui.n- stimulates that feeling more �iian abylbrng else. Nsotlhing nraices life more cheerful than bright da>-is-nnd ixst of alii, tfie 'beautiful coot c^ou-i^ngs of .Alberti>-sition caused considerable disc sion. All the nyeinbers except tho nKi;.''>r. wanted the A. R. '&' I. to gtivi* s une [definite assuramce in rog^ard to the land at the north si'do of the track before any action was taken. ' It was also heW by nio.st the j members that the attitude -f the! Board of Trarta in favor of a subway was 'taken with the urKlecsti'.nf!-jingi that the Calt stivet crojsug ; would not be closed. I As iho matter was imt before (ho council, the C. P. 11. will clo>*e ihU crossing if a subway is built. Mayor Rog'ops thought the voicj rl the Board of Trade w^as em|iliiitic enough to warrant tho .siHvway ticing built. A suggestion of a public meJ^ina; led the Mayor to remark that if :hu! council would not hcocl the Hoard of Trade .they would act the same nay in regard to any expression of opin-icm otTenM) by u n>;'t-> ing of citi/.i�rj.^ Finally, the following resol'ition. moved iby Aid. Robinson and AUims. was passed: '�'That the Secretary be insir ict-.sl to write t4�o Alberta Raiilway and Irrigation Co. to the eileot thai the council is of the opinion that a siil>-way should be built at or near Round street to connect wSth ihHir property north of the city, .viiich opinion is endorsjd by the Hoard of Trod^; that tli* co*mcil ask the the public, and especially for sirartg- j company what amount of Ian J they are preparod to -sell, at whoit ;irice, on what terms, and wh'cm 'the land will to offered for sale. That rule al>oui never letting a baby cry sojinds good, but how are you going to stop it. Suppose Hits lady would recommend puttivig .� pjece of ice in the youn,;�fi"i.- s mouth. It woiikl Ix' Ids of fun, too ro .sfe a barljy using Indian clubs w>i-sional and commercial life in that St�rt.e were Canadians. In a short time t'he western provinces of .\ina-da will record a sometvhat finulw sK.ory. Many of 'the men who will s:t in our legislatures and city councils, the men who will 'be at tlio head of our large business intero.^'^s, will Ije Americans. The lai^ge , indux ot sottlers from tho other si;de of iho line - will be sure to bring such Citn-ditions about. It will only lie a i'liir exchange, too. Thomas Krskane, Britidi vice-son-EUltste at Chioaco, sent out circult^rs to dillerent towns in WMtem CaoMda asking particulars of the terms �nd aidvaiitages olTerod to manutaeturers to start business. Some ot the ctucs-tlons asked were as to railway facilities, cost of fuel and power, rates ot taxation, aad extent of bonusms. Mr. 'Brslicine has writ4>en the Canadian Manufacturers' Associaiiim, hxs.V-ing that sim� sending the circiaars many American flrins who do tms'.-ness with Canada have had their icp- iwest of resantoitives call at his .oflloe an^i ask about the moat Attractive pljtceH. latbbridge should �et .in touch with Mr. �rekiae wUhout delay. He ntlght be able to turn iitm ertltent/ion of nunufaoturors to e discussed by the board of trade. As a stranger in the country. I am Jmpresse*!nt than in the growth 'ot trees a�Ml the cultivation of lawns. A person, up on looking at bhe dense loliagK? an.' growth of trees. shruit>bery and fr.;t. about the Roman Catholic ohur.;h. Miss Sherlock's, R. E. Sherlock's Dr. �Mewburn's, C. A. Magrath's and other places about tho city, wouV) imagine ho w>as in a country that always had tKoea and fruit growing in abui�dance. What has been done in this way In the past, ds ev>idenco of what can be done in the future. I do myt want to �ingle out ifi.vi.'t ats who are beautifying their places in this wa>' at the present time, f. r I know nearly everybody who has �he intereste of thut of trees. o; H. .Tdhneton's toulo.'.trd is also worth copying. What n&ati'r litn, there is small -room for failure in the ambitious under-takHag Manager Harris stated yesterday that he already has a team that so far shows up .well, and that where weaknesses develop ihe w;iU supply first-class men. The team as it ia at present, being tried outi in nightly practices, is mode up of Dick Miles, who don't have to take off his hat to any of titcm behind the i int Pat Connell covers the slab n't present. He is a man with a woadorf.i] wing, and has terrific speed. He is expected to prove ec^al to alii �n�r-goncios, but if found necessary, another pitcher will ho brought in. Q. Bilbic Is covering first; Bud 'Phomp-son, secon.1: H. P. Cloorihuc, shant. William Thompson, thind; GlodSt>ne Belshaw, right (kshl; Angus Ruis, centre fleid, and Oomer Davis, lo>ft fiekl.R oy Thompson and ManiHCcr llarHs will play the'bench,as tspare num. The players given to understand that to hold their positicns they must niake good; whore tncy fait new players will be �uppli.7'i. J'rank Paper: The lacrosse ilub and the people of town suffered a big disappointment 'fuceday, 'the date scheduled for iho first league htcr.tssc game on the home grounds, t'p to tho day" before the gams, no Intimation was had that Tabor would nut appear, but Monday a wire cmn.j siiy-htg Tabor wntiVd �iii>.>l.v have to d.s-tault. H wos then to late to arrange for an exMhirtioni game with Pinohcr, as hod been intendod, f.hjuld Tabor fail to come, and the bi>fit that coul'd be done -was to get C'llo-man to c^^me down with suob nlay-era as could be got togetiier, and by choosing, sides and filling in' 0.>!e-inan's shortage of men with i-'rnnk players, a good practice game wan A POpHlatiOH of ] 0,000 Lethbridge will have m population of 10,000 in four years. Don't you ^ think real estate a food investment f 3 lota, hou�e and bam, Smith Street..�..............,...----........... ............. $2600  I 3 comer lota on Baroneaa Bead....................................................... W-'iO % ; Hou�e, Bnm and 2 lots, Cmbb street.................................................. I River^'iew liots, $125, easy terats. Only a few left. I 3 choice residential lots, Dntferin strciel........................................... $2.'jOp8f'h  2 corner lots on Boniiias street......................................................... 1500 4 5 choice lots, cast face Westminster Boad..........".............................. $200 e�eh \ Pine corner location on Bnrtlott street................................................. $fi75 > (> lots on Dufferin street east.........,........................................... $125 each [ 12 roometl new honse an'% Lots in North Wanl, $50 and $75. Kasy terms. We predict a rise of 50 p. e. in the values of real estate within a year The ?. B. Bowman Agency LEtHBMDGE ALMIRTA ) GEOKGE M. HATCH C. B. DANIEL Improved and Unimproved Farm Lands City Property Wheat Lands ALBERTA REALTY COMPANY (OFFICES IN SOUTHABD BLOCK, LETHBBIDGE) Does a general Real Estate and Lire Stock Commission Business in all Southern Alberta. No trouble to show yon our lists and take you out to see the lands, lots or flocks. Wo have 4000 acres in seijarate iniprovecl irrigated farms. Many thousand acres improved and unimproved wheat lands. - - . - - -.......... Good City Property The Townsite of Coaldale Try ITs as Buyers or Sellers. Your Correspondence Solicited. &rrrr(S)(8XS)rr(S^^ DioroioToToicxoMcmoB:^ xq.o.oioioio.q^qioioioiqioio. fiA.0ao.o.o.o.O.o.o.r>:o:o:n'o'oT)ri''n''r> Cetbbridfle iron Ulorks eo*, ltd Manufacturers of GREY IRON AND BRASS CASTINGS machine shop work prompt-ly correctly executed mine and sawmill work a specialty ^ We want a chance to figure ou your casting and machine work No matter how large or how small . SELLING AGENTS FOR Canada Foundry Co.. steam pumpc Ourney Foundry Co., steam and hot water heating. Canadian Asbestos Co., Asbestos cement. Ontario Wind Engine and Pump Co.. wind-miUs. etc. wood and steel water tanks, all capacities. Cut Glass indicates Refinement It is a sign of an artistic temperament in those who desire to own it. It is useful, as well-a sensible, serviceable investment. We have a tempting array of these goods. Every design is new, and we can offer our enstomers some exceptional values. Many people hesitate at buying Cut (.ilass, on account of its supposed costliness-but dollar for dollar it reveals a richness that is possessed by few other article of art or utility. Come in and let us-show you onr display if the least bit interested. R. A. WRIGHT Thb .Tewei-eb played, which rosuUocI 8-4 in ti\ot of Frank. ******** ^^^^^^vvv^rlV^VlA^uVlAAflA^J^ The New York Life bisurance Co. - -  Home Protection and Investment. Insurance in force over two billion dollars. There is wo n>ason why women should not have insurance MS well as men. The Ontario Accident Insintmce COe Insures against all kinds of accidents- The Occidental Fire bisurance COe Capital, 9500,000. Why do business men insure in the Occidental? Because tbe^ ar� loyal to the West. They believe in buyinK at homei They believe that Western money should support W^estern institutions. It is a strong and reliable company. A SNAP Two Lots, on Bompas street for side at.... I250a-ich T. E. PATTESON, agent OFFICE-OTT BLOCK Calgary lacrosse team will pln.v wttM 'the Iwal toain hure on l� >:iii'�-ion Dn.v. Tht} Ixjtihbr'iflge lacros.sc team |>lft.v.s in Cranhrook noxi ^fctiMay and Frank on Tuesday. Mawm-s ol Itcgina hove In ..oiitom-plation the buikling of a >r5,000 tcniple. Tho rbiiiWIing pormils in aegina for 1906 up to tiht! end of ilny vt <-hud $750,000. ROYAL V TABER. ALTA. 1 rvinc & L