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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 14, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta B*?*PSON & BUCHANAN Publishers SIMPSON \\\ A, BUCHANAN \M Advauo* 91.50 ft year Otherwise $2.00 a year 'Hurt public opinion wUtt ha* an Influence in ItftWhrMfle was evWkMieed in the cHscumdon of ahe gas problem. If tho gas thtt-t was poured forth ( last week couM have Iwon coralted1 a.,ouy. What has bo cm a bonanza for Medicine ILtt should be a bonanra for Lothbri tgo, �too. A traffic bridge on the now high level bridge to be ereotod by too 0. P. R. Is a great necessity. A subway Mill not help us to id* to the north tM.l tain tho farming tr nearly aa much as a traffic -bridge. A subway Htill leaves two treacherous hilfe to climb crossing tho rlvor, but a traffic brklge on a level with the river bank cuts these encumber-antes out, and makes the road to the cfrty from tho north and vve.a a hundred nor cent, easier. It seems to tho Herald that tho lmP�v bridge is an absolute necessity, subway or no subway. See that LehbbrWge give** the Jady journalists a good time. The ladies wvlekt a big influence with tike women or the land, and it they can put in a strong word of praise for thus city, many a husband may be influenced by his wife, who baa read tho article to come here and settle. yiur 6eo. 11. Ham is chaperoning lady Juurnalista on their through Western Canada. Ham in a C. V. K. official, and one of the wrtbtart, b*g-hca r t od the* trip CKio. is /el- MUNICIPAL OWNERSHIP The only objection, at least the c*i-ly serious objection, that ran t>e offered to the city matcing th tot U.r natural gas, is tho fnct that si�\�'.;l thousand dollars any 'le it one of tho cosiest homes from owl* �Me appearances, at leant, of v It the city. I am folnfe to make etm-tnoots on alitor Improvements during the next few weeks, as 1 bellnveered! t shoukl be iplvon where crrlit is due. aaaAAaaaaaaAaaaaaaaaaa Ttlie wtateim^t is. often made thai once w }x�rson reskkm ig more 'iiun aliytbfng olse. NotEbtng ntoJ^es life more cheerful than bright days-nnd t�e�t of alt, ttic 'beautiful cool c\i�u-ings of Albert*. The ozone if tl is l�nd is t-he best in ait tlie world. Lethbrulge will have % popuUtion of 10,000 in four years. Don't you think real estate a good investment t COUNCIL TAKES TIME T� RtcMe am WMIn* a Suk At the council meeting on �h�irs-iday owning last, tho subway pr >j�! sition caused consklorable disc .s~ i sion. t All tlie members pt the mayor. me the product that mr v.;it> anxious to haw coma ,otn(ed guishtme. namod Light has or maMer at 1'enatnn-No neetl of a lighthouse there now. Vagary Uoar'or to remark that if ;lw j council woul-d not hee�d the Hoard of ft wotiM r..' U-y.s of fun, too to.see-Trade they wouUl act -the same �vay 3 lots, houieand bam, Smith Street................\.................................$2000 3 corner lote on Boroticas Road....................................................... 1450 House, Bfirn and 2 lote, Crabb strwt..................................................SJWOO Kiverview liOts, $125, cosy toruw, Only a few left. 3 choice rodidontinl tola, Dufforiii atnx4.,........,................................ $2f>0 oarb F 2 corner lols on Horn pas street........................................................ $500 5 choice lots, oast face Westminster Road........................................ $200 e�eh Fine corner location on Rnnlott street................................................. $075 1> lots on Dufferin street tMist..................................................... $125 eneh 12 roomed new house and 2 lots. Rom pus atreet.................'....................... S2t*H> Lots in North Ward, $50 and $75. Kasy trrms. We predict a rise of SO p. e. in tKe values of real estate within a year LtTHBMDGE ALBERTA That rule alnnn neior letting' a baby cry .souruin good, but bow are you going to stop it Suppose lady ttoukl recommend putt log \ p:ece of ice in -the t\uim^t s mouth. i (iKC)U(iK M. HATCH u bcU#y using Imlian clubs whfa. it was. say. six months old. More than Hkoly the father, who has to ..>ke Board ou^ht to follow suit. J/Mh-brklgu shoukl be cmphas�iz�d �i-r> strongly as a manufacturing eem.v the dark, hours of nigbt. wouki Use the clubs first. ICh, -dear fathers. pony, for power, heat a�M Iik'�i. win go ^ back to the cK>. an*l the prints. \ over the expenditure of ofteratmg the J plant, will enable our taxes to U-reduced, or give us the meann to proceed with important puhltc im- provoments. . Are Uicbo aidvaittoges not worih an lnvostmout of $4,000 or $3,000 for winking a well. Tho lleraki vhiaks so, aod would aidviso Uie cou.t-.I to handle tho entire gas proposition. If gas does not flow, wo will 6e out some money, hut it it does, we will be on easy street. The cltU *n* ought to uuamuioubly lavor the city j taking up the gus o,uetftiou and nee-ing it through. When two or tiirec \ privau* lotupanteft are willing to > speculate on th the tine depot nt Mc*o^-m* or ttie one at Hegina'.1 So sa>s* the Cardston Star Mr. Werts is right, wvertrK^^ss The new > depot here is superior to 'tfa&t at Re- g>na. The tnassi ve bu i kttng nt Moosejaw mcludes -divisional oflWs and botel, b*>t as to the mati >n alone. Unhbrfrdge leads. The city council might ver (change the nonws of a lot of tl>*y this city will be .U>lc to supply its � " *i^ld '�r �w��f�^�*W \ walking exercise with the fcaby citizen* with fuol. light and pom* at ^^ P�w*. Lethbndgn a ^rice that will make living here cheaper, and that will enable us to oftet tempting inducements to industries - inducement a that wo cannot offer at the present tiruo in competition with a natural gas centra tike Medicine Mat. But that is not the strong point in connection wHh municipal ownership of gas. Municipal ownership moan* that we will have gas as cheaply a* it can be produced, un iiMuevtiK'nt that could not be held out by a com- and again, whatever we .my will ;hr M reels t�cfoiv What S i t.h*� put up ste*tiv mailer with .Vjneriean idea of naming \h,. strivts. Pirst. Second. Third and vo on It is much more convenient for the public, iu�d es|>*�ei�lly for strangers Wrn-n in the O.W.kerr o er day. I in regard to any expression of pin-; ion oiTetVHl by a m^ing of citi/.eu.y tho lloar-1 of TraH# at what ;�n^e, on what terms, and when �the land 'will le oftercd for *alc. Farm Lands Improved and Unimproved City Property C. K. DANIEL Wheat Lands ALBERTA REALTY COMPANY (OFFICES IN SOUTHARD BLOCK, LETHBRIDGE) Does a general Rcnl Estate and Live Stock Commission Business in nil Southern Albert trouble to show you our lists and take you out to sen the lands, lots or flocks. Wo have 4000 acres in separate improved irrigated farms. Many thousand acres improved and unimproved wheat lands............... No o Good City Property The Townsite of Coaldale Try l's as Buyers or Sellers. Your CWresportdence Solicited. o:o the right attitude. AW. Robinson'* motion ivtfuivling the subway, uhnch uah a.h>|pt�%l h\ the city council, outlined the only wise course to U* taken. The HObway i* cL.t>iro4)lo if it *h (to* j ing to ffiVe access to a |>art of the) lawn that will i** occuj>kd hy itKlu�-trict*. hut .t wouid tw fonm-I>ortunity of possessing ft #oW mine as a r^wnue producer. This advice is sound-net o Americans. The largo initux i of scatters from thx� oth**r fiijdo of the lino will be sure to bring such con- Tht News of Sport A meeting (or the purpose ot wr- hctil at 0. Hf JohtiKton's More tonwrrow |c\etiing at ncvvti o'clock. Ther*�r� being i The Phoenix lHoneer in comsnont-ing u|>on the eMtabHshment of daily ,�*ct wHiuHMt .^unc -v u>� iS^.^Wtmo ia aUempting ito conduct the oMi- miw a s(fccial luuntu't- cf the Urand Forks Huratd, cont\in*ing a pretty thorough history of \orth Dakota. In looking 'through >t, �)mt struck me more thnn Anything cine. . t . t , . k ... % the fact that many of the IWn>n}^^Vvkei ?lUh WlU. ^ holding positions in public, pro ^ sk>nal and commercial Uf�* in that State were Canadians, lit till)'* the western movirwn nf 'mi.i . ... . . ; . 1 lings, formerly, with ona of the coumy clubs in England; K M. JohnsHot*c*, Mr. Kilner and Aid Harding and several memljers of the Mounted Police. Prank Pnper; The latest move in tho matter of s|H�rtH for ll>e suiiunor is one to organ!/** a cracker iaok basehall team a have never before Ixvn afforded fana of The |�aK�. The movement in being �tronros>pcots are moat encouraging U r an uiKpmliftoil Kuccetw. Among the| principulH in the scheme is Lawrence Harris, mine manager for the Ciiu-dian American Company, who has been chosen manager of the team, At the big ixxid as ho has proven his ability *.ih of trade mooting last vcekja suc�:es�(nl basc*ball manager on the tho room was full of smoke, and, as]coast and is in a portion to secure ^:o:o:o:o:oyvo:o Manufacturers of GREY IRON AND BRASS CASTINGS It will only i�o a ;'�ir ! Uilions about, joxchttnge, too. I am a smoker, but 1 think I can get enough smoking in a day without Joining in an effort to nit the council chamber with smoko uh*.� n council or board of trade meeting is being held. Mind you, 1 am not ing 1 have'nt sinned in that way, but I am prepared to emit it. hoard b ro-o'o'o MACHINE SHOP WORK PROMPTLY V CORRECTLY EXECUTED MINE AND SAWMILL WORK A SPECIALTY We want a chance to figure on your CASTING AND MACHINE WORK No matter how large or how small . SELLING AGENTS FOR Canada Foundry Co.. steam pump*. Qurney Foundry Co., steam and hot wnter heating Canadian Asbestos Co, Asbestos cement. Ontario Wind Eugine and Pump Co.. wind- mills, etc., wood and steal water tanks, all capacities. a ihuwlroU dollar town-and the Timen w righL Jt fthoutd know, aft >t taok a full out of the daily paper 'busing* , attkoiit nix yt�ar� ago, and was glart : to *\nn after six tvtrenuouB months of thail Ule. rortunately, Ituacan Hum from the A. Tl. ia 1. Co. a� lo th?ir intentions n^arfiing tho latvl on the north Hide n( the truck, t*houkl liable tho city io ascertain exactly when that land will Ui piact^d on tho market, and at what price. Whon these facta are aaivriaiiKd. the citv!kwnv whon ft" had enough. Thn ran proceed. jIllore Ji*tn�0' �>ore money and more tikuai t u-ioetH m i'ubii^uag a flr�t- a con*X|uence, non-fimokers, who find tobacco nauseating, have decVirod they will not attend another nuet-tng, (f they have to suffer tlio vay Uiey *did alter the la�L gathering. Two jcentlemen I know of worn km I ill for a couplo of r iln* class weekly in a small town tihi^n in gotiting out a omfloggnul,  dinkjy dally sheot, that is foneordaintKt to be a toilure. lint as long as the worVd lasts there will -be men who think they are divinely eonii>ped to run iVa-ily papers in towns that do farmers, something that the subway wouW not do. With a -guarantee that l�nd is ava4lahle at a reasonable figure for industries on the north sid� of thv track, there would not be much uit- ftculty in convincing the public ;hat the erection of a subway was in ;he best interests of the city. Thomas ErslUne, British vice-son-sulatte at Chioagio, sent out circulars to different towns tn Western Gajnada asking particulars of the terms and advantages offered to manufacturers to start business. A sign that the-Herald is growing fn popularity is the rapkl dncrease in the number of our subscribers. It strikes us thai on opera house is a -good investment in l^thhridtfo. Hie better house we have the better sfoows that will come to town. IjethbrMgo grow. Rome of the questions asked were as to railway iaclW cost ol fuel and power, rates ol taxation, and extent of bonustng............. - - Mr. Erstine has written the Oanad;-;city at heart, an Manufacturers ing that As a stranger in the country. I am impressed with the wonderful ch^n^s that must have taken place hero since the first settler arrived. Jn no .ray + tho l ram* formation more evrWt than in the growth W trees and the cultivation of lawns. A person, up on looking at bho dense foliar* ar growth of trees, shrtUrt�ry awl fr.;t. ahoiH the It on win Calholie chur-:h, Miss Sherlock's, It. K. Sherlock's Pr. 3f0wburn*s, 0. A. Magrath's and other places about tho city, wouM imagine ho was in a country that always had trees and fruit growing tn abundance. What has been done in this way in the past, us evidence of what can be done in the future. 1 do not want to */rrrglo out tovi;) sis who are beautifying their places in this way at the present time, Lvl know nearly everylnxly who has *he interests of thovr property and hat to any of them behind the i iat Pat Conneil covers the slab at pres* jent. He is a man with a |wlng> ami has lerriflc s|>eod. lie is expected to prove ecmal to alt emergencies, but if found neeessao*, an� other pitcher will be brought in. U, Uilnie is to ver ing ffrS't; Hud Thompson, neconwl; II. P. Clear+hue, -rhrjH-William Thompson, third; Uladstme lk*lsliaw, right Held; Angus Huts, centre fiekl, and Goitier Davis, left Aekl.R oy Thompson and Mamvgar Harris will play the "bench ,as r.ptro men. The players are g*ven to and* ersland that to hold thair positions they must niake -good; where iney fail n*nv players will be suppii.ii. Cut Glass Indicates Refinement It is a sign of an artistic temperament in thorn? who desire to own it. It ia useful, as well a seu-sible, serviceable iiiwst-nient. We have a t^miitiug array of these goods. Kvi ry Ue-sigu is new, ami we tan oiTer our eustouiers some exceptional values. Many peopU* hesitate at buying Cut tllass, ou account of its supposed costliness- hut dollar for dollar it reveals a richness that is |jossessed by few other article of art or utility. Gome in and let us show you our display if the least ult interests. The New York Life Insurance Co. -  R.A.WRIGH1 The Jfiwishtsu 4 x are doing their U.ct Associauim, sum- \ to improve their lawns and gardens, since sending the circuarsibut I w.ouid Hke to mention the many American Arms who do mist-' lawn 'that has been started to tho ness with Canada have had their rep- fwe�i of p. p. KaismHh's i>esidance. resentatives call at his otnee an-t usk dood taste about the most 4----11 - 1 1 ^attractive pljces. liSthbridge shouM get ay. Itlon was had that Talmr would nut thclappaar, nut JUonvlay a witv eam� trying Ttt'bor wouW siu.�,�ly have t0 d*t-fault. H was then to late to ur- rangu for an extrfbttioa gome with Pinoher, as hod hoen Intended, should Tabor fail to come, and the best that could be done was to got Cot>- man to come down with such players as could l>e got together, and by choosmg sides and Ailing 'in Coleman's shortage of men with iVank players, a good practice gome \va� pla>x*d, which resulted 8-4 in fivur of Frank. The Ontario Accident aance Co. Insures against Occidental Fire 'once Co. Home IVotfctioti and Investment. Insurance in force over I wo billion dollars. There is no reason why women should not have insurance as well as men. accidents* Capital, $300,000. Why do business men insure in the Occidental? Because they are loyal to the Weal, Tiny believe in buying at home. They lielievu that Western money should support Western institutions. It is a stroug ami reliable company. s- Two Irfots, on Bom pus street for sale at......... $250 e.tcU PATTESON. AGENT OFFICE--OTT BUJCK CaIgnry lacresse tearn wHh the local team here will pbiy on l> �.uiu- Th*� I�t4>4>riil^t' lacr*�KS4� tentu Huyrf in t'rnithrook next Mt-nhfay and Frank on Tuesday  r o:o:o o ll 0 ROYAL HOTEL! TABER, ALTA. Masons of Molina hnve in .eniem-plation the builxling of a 175.000 Urn pie. The 'bnikling nermils in Wegma for 1900 up to the end of May r-irhwi 750,000. Irvine & Lemon, - Proprietors i lUtof Sl.50�n4 $2.00 pr Day FREE BUS MEETS ALL TRAINS SAMPLE ROOMS IN CONN EOTION ;