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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 8, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta 1THBRID6B BERAID i'^tPBOit A bvciIanan Fublistoers t I g|4W0M ' W. A. BUCHASAS SOBSCRIPTtON: ; AdvauOi  160 a year tU�rwiM - a.OO a yaaf ADVEBTISINQ: f>*t Uontli - l.OO Per Incti set into in the worW, ml willing to lay weak d.i^s aiiA Si nilays a)V.ie. us yot nftsr tho croamcfy and fril, good local baron loA on Iniry liy-|�-,uUicts, niso poultry nn I eggs, nncl all tho tlivor.sl.OftJ pro.lucl^ that inairo go. il nioiioy f�)r farinors. ami gixnl whoUs.jMip tntilos for t nwijSiX'o.oSo. in^ Toronto crim'nil lawyor, \va� , conVirtfNl. und on tho occasit n of hi' priHichin? n s-rmon in a. Toronto! chiiroh, the Mail f,n;l lOnpiro i-cmai-:;- CAUGHT ON THE FLY. WIUDOCOlM). -,,vThe diHj'sion to in_vo;;c a drill in :'atnM;tor in our publir. .schorils i� a capital Uloa- Some pcttplc, umwaro of the .'advantages of s:ich , pors. n. tnay ridicule' the uhool iKiarJ's ac-j ticn. but We buliove onlc tho ilr.Ks are ntartctl. parents will fliul s.ic\\ r.. vast improvoimnt in thj dtmcanor, conduct ui�l caii'i;Mie of WicU- child- ;rcn, that thoy wilt strongly fuvor. : th9 iniovntion. Urill in thu schouln not only moans physical oxercisc, l>,it it~ dificiplincs the pupi'.s r.nd oinphn Hi/i'S u'c r.n.I good niaxnjrs These arc inipoi-tont features th. should bo devuIop(l in \)\; early life ui our s.hool ciiiUlruu. Nowaday thcrcj is too much i in pert :n Mice, ^^c � of respect and carolis-ii ss prevalo: uinong'Kl the i-hiltlrrn. jtnd ihd soon er thi8o marks of �kj$reneracy are re-uiovcil^ the better for thj ohildrtn of tho country. FAmilNUTIIBRIDGL The stability of Ijcthi.rit'.'s'xj is em phasixe:! by the presence in tlw town ot three of the Iciding cl:arlcred bilntM of the country. That the future of tho town and tho country surroui-.ding it is of t-h* brightest kind, i.s shinvn by t''jc|ait''i the banks have placed in Lothbrid^c by invcRtius ��> real cstat-j an-l erecting costly l-Mil'Jin s. Wo fay �'the banks." because, while th; Dank of Commerce has not yet put up build'nx,- it 19 almo.sA .certain to do So in the very near future. Iha Vn iun llanic poss^si-es hcne a v^ry" sub-h'tantial building, and the new Dank of Montreal otBca means an invest incnt of no Kniall sum of mcn^y by this old and reliitble financial in.';t tution. The banlts do not put their money in real estate and buildings uiiless they see some return for their in vtstmcnt. Looking ahead, thoy fc� that Lethbridge is going to t-c a centre-bigscr than most people imagine at tbis moment. Our citizens have no reason to be backward in Improving the town, erectjig new blocks and otherwise acWins to the appearance of our business strccta when they find th.- banks satisfied with oiur future.  Our men of money should not hos-itato in li^ittin;; their money in to local iudustrics in " order to develop the town, for no place in AL-berta has better facilities fur manu facturing tht:a Ijcthbridge. We are located at a pivotal point, with big territory on all sicks to feed Theaooner wo make our jnHiiencc fi>H aa a desirable manufucturin^ end wholccn'.b centre, tho better. X-hmLnt of creameries ' are belifg received daily at the department of agriculture."-Edmonton Bulletin. Tho liothbridge distri' the prices paid now for I'.y cortain kindtt- of pr 'duco r.ro nion-i sijTui a In the light of our leal pro-;.;V:iluctivc resources; twenty ccnl� for ' him and ta-ou that we sh uld Iv ^.producing for abii.s..'S in t;.ei town, unlcio pro:x>rly i.s tnkoii up 4.t the i:oif.i .'i.le of the track, fliid, with lha cli sing up of Uouni street, this locality will l.e iiHi't iiiconvcniont, and th.' lo.'ation woiilil (.n.'ouragc the erect.'on of vtry .sui.^itL'.iitial buiUiin .s. Wh.it We vo'ild lii.e to po'n; out s lh.\t the citizens' vJiuuld do V.-.eir I'.tnio'.t to Ds.sis't t'je i-oi:nLil hi si ins th's problem. Lelh'.ridj^e se-'un boun:) t."> be a lyhoksjio centre, au.l as we all Know, waivhu.v..'S miiat have trackuge facilities. Thj situation-hc?ri! clearly shows ihjt i. nd lor lor this purpose caiin i| be .s.euri.ii on the s.-uth siile. next the tr. c!vs. Thj w.ireboL'svH have iJ.tlur tp to to t'-e north side, or saiw placj in the L.wii liniit.s clofx- tj th3 ra-'roads, or out of the ta�n altogeth.r. Tho HoraW is not exprescvin^ ony opinion asi to v. here the tr.^ck shouEd be located. but what wo des:n� to emphasize is the ne:> path to iierdition. He'll take a chance on a heaP of them re.;ch;n;i the right pUice. Thj Mail and Kmpire to the ctntrnt.,'. By the- >voy, wonld'nt it l>e a goo a trip to Alberta. It Will pay Letli-hriilje to iavitv th.tii here, s'-.ijw Iv-. Uh.-ni the town and coirntry, l.an-,�et them and othcrwisi� trL>at thcnv well. Kvcry on:- of them whin thc>' return en!?t. will be talking about nntiliii g l�ut file west for jveeks. aufl 'if l-eli:-britlj.e hi.s a visit from the pen wiekLrs. wo �'ill got our sliare of publicity. The papirs of Ontiario cover a great ccnstitucncy of rea'c:-."^ and no one can imagine the nuukCxr of-pcople vho will l:o ldad.>;l up with articles on western dovelopincnt anj prosperity. Naturally thi focd.th.is sown will CaUSe hundi-ccll Tnbor witb nn o instjivd of an o. Tal o;' is ri.ht .1. A. TiinibuU. the now mrmgw of the Irjn WVrlJS-I am likin^:c Leth-i ridge vtry much. Hov. C. II.- lIucRls. rr.>fcs- s.r in .AlborUi Coll.'fae. l':;�hr.oit'..n-'Ihouh-li not yet Oiroe .veal's in existence. 2:iO pupils i-.re legi.vtered r.t tue who ' '-'"I'W^'- Win. afoii'ls-I was c:t Mnple Ci'cvk n w�,"k iigo, and f nr.fl t.'.ial town �,i'ow;na,' rjjKd y. .-V lot of new soi- llois nre coinin.:j[ in. f. \v. Pownoi-The .vteniii laiin Iry is rilrcaily doing a good br.tin.-s.-s. Vi'e haV( week. eleven girls at work t'bis EDirOUAL NOTES Calgary merchants will not accept any more Straits {ctileinciit silver. They're perfectly riafitt in doinjf sj. Lelhbridge merihan'ts .should act similarly. Tfccsj coins ere a nuis n.'j, and should be put out of the cou,it.-y as fast as po.sisible. The Kdiiionton Saturday JTews, re-fcrrirtg to tho vist of M. S. McCarthy and .1. .r. Yoiin; to th s town �says: "M. .S. McCarthy, M.P., an i J. .7. Young, of Calgary, vimte;! Loth iridic llic other day in conasc-tion, it is jaid, with j, proposal to have a prominent duiaider stand in t'h�? Gonsjrvativc interests, with a view ' to evtntualty lecoming th;> leader of the ppponltion in^the legislature. .Some such stop is aLsolutc^ ly necessary; if the party is not tt,o cca.se to exist allogv^lher, cs far rs the local IcgislfitMre- is conconHxi. Noit'hor Mr.'Hieticrt ncr Mr. Bo'jert-son possess any of the elements of eadeia'.tip. It will be a misfortune fo the Party and tho province if the lap is nut speedily filled." Our new post-iimst;;r-gencral, Hon. \. -B. Ayle.tworth: should not conduct the postofllce ctepaftmmt with tho sale object in view' of creating surpluses. Western Canada ist grow ing, end it is njccBsary thit post-,f rtce facilities should i.e cxt..nt.'oJ as rapidly as poBsible, even '.t, it nos-s.iary to go behind for a 'cw years. It is not e-xpoctwl of a growing couiii ry that it frhould make money out of its pcs'.al sy.stem. Thj oflU'o �: Lcthjridge is cramped for room and overloaded with work. 'I'UKa fawn neet's a proper po.vtoHice build m, nd the stall should l.e increaKcd so that the mails can io handled ..with dcspntth. Tho mais coining from f.ie .�oiilh hdVi! to 'i-e di.wtribiile:! here foi parl.s of Ih! west This is not right. .Snre'y the tovernm nti ca i alTord le niaiiita'n a mail cler'� on the A. R. & t. road. It is n^ces sary, t;o. that poRlofllces should he established fcr the convenience of s�.>ttlers at Coaldalc, St. Mary's, Little How [ n 1 Uocky Itulte. Lothbrid.,0 is soon to put on city cloth-s. Lit us dross but th;ii w^ifa cn? good city feature, housj nuiitbor-ing r.nd street r.amin;j;. Place tt every cornor the name of tha street ar.ll on every housa a nuin'>:cr. If this was a country town in t'hj ois;, whore people live in the same-house for years, an 1 new homes ore very rarely built, it would not be neotloil, as everybody  would 1 njw whore Tom. Dick or Harry live, and w-o are progressive enough to want all the eonwniences we ca giet. The Red Deer News, Conservative thin's J. T. Mooro, M.L..V., for that district, will rc."al. Dave RIton, of the Cardatcn Strr; has been elected a nicmber of the(.V ecutivo cf the Western Cenada IVo�i Assoclaticn. We hope ho will a.�r>n advance to the  presidency. W. C. Ives, ncod'nt worry about mceoKHi A story may yet be writttn 'From frame strack to Chief .Iiititiccv ship." Luck.ou^ht to travel with him, Riiino h's njw olllcowas tiiio U.rlltplaco of the Mci>akl. . * Some of the party jpapcr^j In T�>-rt nto. and other places, talk arr-int rot. Politics will never be upWted SiKaShealHiliwt 'climitirfdr Canada unill �ie par^^ orcana JEMIJ IIAIII^^ A. E.'s DOG tHitND. (Special Clothes Line Uespatilh.) Banff, March 7.-It is bcHipvcd the spotted dog leported lo.vt by A. 13. Huniphri'e ii>t ta do th;ni;��, ami thut Iwvcr us in , cch-aition to do h(>th jiwt about Ea.'Jter time. found. Pornd. in one of the coulooa neir the river, a purro containing small sum Qf'money. Owner �^i n have SRmel).y pu,vin;.{ c.icps cn'I proving property. Appb' Danit of Commoivc Very beat of China with excellent Lethbridge scenes Call and See Them ttSSSSS 'Nothing Imt the Best" Our Motto. W. J. Armstrong JEWELER ENOBAVER OPTICIAN. NOTICE is hereby given that tiliplication will be -nuulo to the Ptirliunient of Ciin.ida at its next session for an net to incorporate a Railway CJompany nncler the name of tlio Alberta JJortheni Railway and Coal Cohipany, with power to constriick antl operate a lino of Railway from a point in or near Lethbritlge, thence Northwesterly to a point at or nerir High River, thence Nortiicrly to a i)oint in or near Calpary, thence Northerly aiid to the West of the Edmonton brancJi of the Canadian Pacific Railway to a point in or near Edmonton, also branch lines to Red Deer and Welaskawin and from any other point or ix>i(its on tho proii)03ed lines, not exceetliiig in any one case thirty.miles in length with power to tonstuct a-nd operate telegraph a'nd telephone lines, to acquire, develop and convey over its right of way, or otherwise, electric power, and to sell antl distribute the same, and to acqtiire and operate steamboats and ferries in connection with tho Railway, and to acquire and develop mines and deposits of coal and other,minerals; all of which works areto jbedeclar-ed to bo for tho general advantage of Canada. Datctl at Windsor, this 30th day of Jantii r/, 1W6. A. J. ARNOLD Windsor, Ont. Solicitor for the Applicants. Notice is hereby given that the town of Lethbridge will, at the first Session of the Legisliitive Assembly, for the Province of Alberta apply for an Ordinance incorporat; iug it as a city, w.t'i all jijowers necajsary and incitlental thereto-and to ratify ami confirm certain Debontiires issued in iDursnance of Byslttw No. 176 of the saitl town, and also to ratify and confirm Bylaw No. 203 of the said town, antl n certain agreement entoretl into thereunder with certain Railway Comimnies. Dated this 6th day of January, A. .D. 1906, Coiiybearo & Ives. Solicitors for the town of Lethbridge. NOTICE. Notice ia hereby given thai an application will be made to llie Legislative Assembly of llie- Province of Alberta, at its first cession, for an act to incorporate a Railway Company ttnder the name of Tho Alberta Sontlicrn Rai]v>'tiy Cojn-pany, with power to constrnct, operate and maintain a railw;iy I'loni a point in the tov.-n of Lethbridge in tho said Province of Alberta, in a westerly direction to the Boundary line between tho said Province and the Pfoviiiee of Britich Coliunbi;i; and from the said town of Lol!;-bridgo in a iiorlluniy direction to a point in tlic cily of Ca)g;ij'y, in iJio saitl Province; and from a point in the town of Mnclecd, in the enid province, i n a north easterly direction to intersect t!ie said line from Lethbridge to Ctd-gary; and from said point of intersection in an easterly direction to the town of Medicine Hat in th� said Province; with aiithoriry ako to construct branc.Ue.i from any point on the propost d lines not exceeding in any one case thirty miles in length, with i^wer to construct, own and openite telegraph aiid telephone lii!e3. roadways, tramways and ro:ids; md witli power to connect Avith any other railroads at any of the said points in the.said Province of Alberta; .together with such powers of ni;iintainju;^ and disposing of the said railroad and works, and such otlier powers and privileges as are usually given to railway companies. L. M. Johnstone Solicitor for the Applicants. NOTICE Notice is hereby given that application will be matle at the ifrst session of the Lt^islative Assembly of the province of Alberta,- for-yan Ordinance incorporating ''The Empire Chtb" for the ijurpose of establishing a Club in tho Town of Lethbridge for social intrposes with the usual powers incidental thereto.; DATED this 13th dity of Janua-ry,liK)6. CONYBEARE & IVES, Solicitors for Applicants. LOST. Dotween railway station and Ar- lington Hotel, a N�>rthwcRt Com. mercial travcllurs ticket in favor of Michael Troy, ^o. N 1118. PImk� toavo at Arlington llotoU lethbridge, Ot Soiue people will signaliac Lent by; aiving up tho roinninder of thogocxii �*-iKoin, Just south rcaolutionM Years. they made at Now On hin lOOth blrth^tay Do.icon Rann Hammond, of Ilertiy, Conn., nawod a r.uarter ot a cord of �ood at �i Dominion Lands at Oiitwa oMntcnilon to apply fpr patsnt. W.W.COBY, Ocputy of the Mlntt'ter of tne lolerlor. , < mm ;