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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 8, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta Thbridge herald jf'ttMON A t'sUCliANAN Fublifthera M.ir*0N v W. A. BUCHASAN SOBSORIPTtON: , AdvaikOi  tl.60 a year tutrwla* fc.OO a year ADVERTISING: *M� ilonth - 91.00 Per Inch WILL DO GOOD. The �loc!�ion to in_,n~c n drill In Rtruutor hi our public Kt-ltoils Ik capital ltlit m in'ovuhxtt union 4*1 tho (hildrrti. and tho soon-cr thi�c marks of dojfonorory uro removed, tho twttitr for tit.- children ot tho country. irol in:o In tho wot'M, ritl willing to lay wook d.t.vs nnd St rtlays rtlllte. Iwpi us got nflor tho creamery nnd f^l n pood market for loi'al milk, n Komi livnl product clv.tpiT thin nt pr.tt.jiit, good local Imrntt foil 00 dairy by.|-iMilnrt.t. nl*o poultry an I CggS. (tllll (til Iho l.lo of tho int Toronto erlm'ml lawyer, w.tM , convi-rtcd. uful on tin1 ocensli 11 of hit fiiwhini n srinoti in n, Toront > j ihtireh, tho Mail on.l Kmptiv runu'.-rd; ' "Mr. lloliinoito will l-o tunc'-, miwtcd by tho Liberal party. II.' . was on act'.vo mom: or for 111 ny I years, nnd ran us a c, n lid to j oti.'c at ItMMt. Ills dotrrmina-lion to live a bettor life ivtno.-. * from tho party a m�n who w HI certainly ptolU by having o'.'."i-aMtorintloiiH." Accordinj to the (' tisorvni ive �>.-K n'11 nigumont, till pojplo who support the Liberal, pnrty nro ,11 I  path to perdition. We'll take a ihuttco 011 a heap of them ro..ch'n.t tho right plui'o. 'Ihj Wall �n.l b'jitpli'o to tho ci ntinty. Ily th? way, wt>uld'nt. it a good 1r nowspapeis. whoso brii'.iiR tfavol i,t such a narrow chann.-l thati i.. In lmr.il work for tlt-Mti to m.tVo nt all. CAUGHT ON THE FLY. \V. IV Hi;s-vH, Tn'irr-A lot of people spell Tabor with nn o install of nil o. Tal o.' Is fi.hi .1. A. Turnbtill. th.- iii'W iit.-n-iRho. K.d.ro tt'.n - I 'Ihou^'li not yet thriv years in eiist-(.nee. 12'50 |),i|)il' 'o invito Ik m hero, s ow utiMO t to nssiM- the coi.iKil j,, * ,|v. 'th'in the town and coinitry, Inii.tiot �in� th:� problem, l.o'.h.ridje k..mik j ,lu',u nl,d otherwise treat thorn, well bot.li I t> lie tt �liol.s.,lf centre, nii.l 'Very t'lni'K FHOM Till'". HI-OCIv. Stavoly in ui^mi'iy i�K a band. Iliglt Uivcr has I een in .'oi'l orate.l :� en ft; mi-will of them wh.11 they ivturn bo talking about u:>tuii K \islt from tluj |>,mi Will feel our share of FAITH \H LETHBWDCE. This stability of Uthlrh:>,v N 0111-1 phasixed by tho pr;.�.nco In the town of thro; of tho leading cl or.oreil bunks of the country. That the future of the town and the country surrounding it is of the brightest kind. Is .s-h-.iwn by rhe^ilth the banks have placed in Lethlrldjc by Investing in real estat  on I ere-t-in^ co�tly bulKlln s. We jay "the bank*." because. uhiWv th.> Hank of Commerce bus not .Vet put up n buildln, it is almost certain in the very near future. '1 h.� Union )W�nU posH.�se� here a very' ��b-Mantlal building, and the now Hank ot Montreal olbce moans an Investment of 110 Mtiall kiwi of mcn'.v liy this old and reliablo financial institution. The bonUs do not put their money 1n real estate and building unless they see some return for their in ViKtmcnt. Looking nhea. they fe�l lhnt U'thbridge is Kotng to U> a centre-bigger thun most people im aglno at tt is inoniont. Our citizens have no reason to bo backward in improving the town. ,recfng new blocks und otherwise n"_ cwtrated form, bucIi as butter, .rheese, bucon and hams. Thia will be a biiuftt to the producer, as ho will h�vo more ways ot winning r.nd a Krouter sopo for skill and labor (it ho wants M labor), and hence larger gros.s returns. It v\\\ liVowiso be a benefit to ci� Burners, a� the prices puid now for fortuIn kuufs of pr.'duce r.re irion-strois in the light of our I cul productive, resources: twenty cents for htm ami lu-on that we sh uld Vv producing tor about half Urn cod; thirty cents for butt.c, tfe.it wo eould make money on at fiito.n or twenty cents, in view of our Ann alfaMa aiwi rpot land*; forty and fifty fonts a doz. n for eggs, wh n wo h,1V� IhJ honll'hlwt climate for poul as w,. nil know, wnivhouvos iiiiimi have tiacknlte facilities. 'Ih; sit.Ua-'1,1,1 llu' Wl H| f,,r we.'ks. and '.f lot' tii it cleiii'ly shows ih,t I nd lor Il,r,l u.j with of the town nltogeth r. Hie Her.iM is not oxj reswin^ any opinion pi to v.l'.-re the tr..ck should bo loont.il. but what wo ilojulrc to etnphesi/e is the necoMtity for the P�opl�. of the town nillin; togeth.r to hold th; concerns w\> n0w po�-ks. and set more if pi s i 1... Wp are Mire eVti'.v litir-.n wmtn to ��:� the town j;row to lurgo |.r.ipt r-tioM*. to pros "� fine w.tn+u)U!�oM, fncto;-|,s and � ch like. To uttaln th..Mt any more Straits teuleitiout silver. They're p.>rfictly rightt in doln^ ki. Ij*thf>iidg>> incrihin'ts should uct similarly. This.' coins 1.re u nuls n:.'. and uhotitd be put out of the coUatry as fa.Ht ns powlble. Lethbrid. o is �oon to put on city cloth s. Ut tts dress out th 11 with j on." good city feature, hotis' numbering r.nd street r.nmlnj. n.�ce tt every eoin.-r the lumo of th.. atreot j ami on every hatis' a num. or. If thU I wus a countrj town In fit. 0is . j w4iore fcopli! Ilw in the �.uiie hmse j for years, mi I new homes uiv very 'rarely built, it would not Ik- iioihIoI, ! as everybody would I n �w whore iToni. Dick or Harry llvetl. Here it Is diffcieiil. Til., town is growing. ; new houses are springing up all over ' and it is a ta*k to keep track 01 where newcomers live cr whert* old j timers have '. uilt new homes. Any-j way, hoUNo num'.'o.s aiiri'e will o/tn a branch nt Okotoks. The Trailers' Hnn'c will o|it 11 a tirttiK'h in Kdmontou. nink'.ng tve'.ve tanks altogether in thut city. IlnineK'ivatl entries at Hod Deer in Fehruury increas^l !!'-� Per cent, over the sain.- 111011 h in U>0.V Superintcii.lint .litniieson is otitho.'-ity fi.r the st.:t nunt that lie ('. I'. It. will spend tipwar' that no o ly bav,% a prominent outsider stjiitl in) would be bolter at'.ju.ilntod villi tie of Hed Deer thun he. as he the Cnns'i-vative interosts, with a! needs view ' to evinttially i.ecoming thj leader of th- Opposition In the. legit* hit tire. Some such slop is u..�*ohitc-ly nece^MO' " lhc Party is not to cease to exist altogether, as for rs tho local legislature is concerned. Neither Mr. Illebert nor Mr. Ito'.ert-son potsisH any of tho oleiiHtits of 'eatleiH'tip. H will be a misfortune' �o �he party ind the province if the fnp is nn untidily filled." has lived in thut disirict for .\ojrs and was ontt ot Hon. Frnn'.t Oliver's staunch supporters in the days whe;i LilH-rulinn hud a hard battle to fight In Albert a. Mr. Farley coiium of good Orit li'ock. His father is a King's eoi.n.1.!. practising in St 'Ihonias, Out., ami a leader In tho party tboif. fhir now post-mast .t-gonerul, v. It. Aylesaerth, should ni>t duct the postofllre tk'purtmint Hon COIl' the site objwl in vu-w of creating j Thanks. We The cstabi'.shmoiil of a �-cond paper by Fred Simpson at Leih^rrdgo, has resulted in two of ika In at weekly PnlK-rs in ail AlherU bolt; pub-with : llshwl there.-Calgary Iierabl. , ..............� may tell the Herald 'iiirpbiiies. Western (.*. nadtt is grow-; that it*, iiuniisak,. in the Lest town inS, mil il Is n.'WtiKary th.t PokI dee fucilltles should be f lin Souibelli AlUTln. will be im-. e.\t .ui!e I as ! proved consiiU-rably iu the next few rapidly ,s p.irsiblc, even ".r it JH ! weeks. It will enlarged to oi.,ht "niry to go behind for , fuw years, j pages, nnd will covet' all tho noun �l is not ot|Mi'tod of u growing coun- ! tho people wunt to read. The ller-�ry n,.t it should m4ko in.,n,.y outlgld will grow with of its pus'iil Hislcm. Th. oillce a'lWittch It. ^t h iridge is cr.iiniH'd for room and j overloaded with work. 1 |,rH t ,WI, Lt'thbPidge.' liter's a proper posUWlico build 11i d the hint! tliould 11. incriHiKtt so! that the mails can I o h nulled wltu I dispaui-.. Th;. null's coming from the j "oip.b bit., to 'e diHribtilo:! here foi j til puns of th' wist This is not j right. Snre'y thi� envumn nt ca > I ulToril i.. imiiiiln n n inuil el eambllnj spirit is raging here, th� umrblo Heos^n having o.ionufl, amoiiisi the Hiuall toys. Never hit nn enemy Lihiud, you may be able to run away before ho t-xt'S you. mtner* Htiention To protect your wntcli from dust you should have one of our insu-liiteis. They nrc strong ami durable, having n celluloid front and a nickel buck witli felt to protect case from scratching ---- Price 25 cents Wm. C Uphardt SiKccuor to A. ZllliM Jeweler  Optician ville. Out Hank. 'Ih.-re is tnik Ihnt t'onluclor .loo JnckMt.i may le.ive Cr. u ro >k end go to Cnlgaiy to take the paw n^er fait en tho K.iulh lii'. Such a- move would ereute 11 vacancy in th; city council. On; of tlii i.irg nt tr.'.iiMi'ers ever made iu the n irtbeni ni'i'Cuiitilo and trading '..uslnsi was �nminmnt-d last wovk, when llevlllon Hits., Ltd.. of Kdmontou nnd Furls., took over the fur trading busb.o s of Hrodin. Cornwnl) & Itohurts. ALBERTA I REALTY Co. have for Hale the f. Ilowing: A nor. 1 eoltnce nlicaUon will lu� jtituto to thu l'lirlinmeiil of Ciinatlti nt its next session for an act to iticorporate a Itnilwny C'Joinpnny under tho name of tho Alberta Jsorthern Hnilwny and Conl Coin]viiiy, with ixnver to construct and operate a lino of ltailwny from a point in or nenr Ijiithbritlge, thentH! Nortliwesterly to a i>oiiit at or near High River, thence Northerly to a point in or near Calgary, I hence Northerly and to the West of the Kdmontou branch of the Canadian Pacific llailway to a point in or near Kdmontou. also branch lines to Red Deer and Wolnskiiwiti and from any other point or points on tho proposed lines, not exceeding in imv one casa thirty miles in length with power to constuet mid operate telegraph and telephone lines, to acquire, develop ami convey over its right of way, or otherwise, electric power, nml to sell and distribute the same, and to acquire and operate steamboats and terries in connection with the Railway, nnd to acquire and develop mines and deposits of coal and other minerals; all of which works are to betleclar-ed to bo for the general advantage of Canada. Dated at Windsor, this '10th day of Janm r;, ltlOti. A. J. ARNOLD Windsor, Out. Solicitor for the Applicants. C. R. DANIEL Manager. Offices-Southard Block HKLL WILL FIGHT. TUK Montreal, i-vt, 'J7.-President Size unnoumvl that the Hell Te.e- pro has rhon* Company will fight th0 pos:il to establish n state-owned telephone system in tho West . INSCUAXCF, COMMISSION. Ottawa, Fob. 27.-Tho insurance n piiry commission will lo composed of Jud ,e McTuvish, of Ottawa chairman; .). \V. Iaingm lir, of Toronto, and A. L. Went, accountant. Thn commission will inquire 'into the Insiinineo business In Canada. TOWN op LKTIIHItlDOK. NOTICK is h're'y given thttt aft perwins (..iiirlnu a sidewalk tin ler lite l.oc.l linprov,tiuiit iiy-Law for the cootittg \oar. are re'picaied to rn'iid to iho lindrrsih'iicd, lef>ro rhn ill si of Mmeh niM. a p tit ion or memoi-nndnin em o lying their de-mr.nls. seining out clearly the blo.-ks r,nd streets where wai'l improvomftiis is t to do ti\ln�v, und that leaves us In n condition to do both just about Ka�tor tlllle. Some people will sitnili^e I^onb by giving up tho romaindor of the go>.; resolutions they made nt Now Years. FOFKD. Fornd, in one of the cotiloen notr the river. tt purio containing small sum oi money. Owner "ci n have same by puying exptnsos ntii proving property. Apply Ilmi'i of Commoiv0 LOST. Hot ween railway station and Arlington Hotel, a Northwest Com. mcrciul travellers ticket in favor of Michael Troy, No. N tllfl. 1'Io.iho leavo at Arlington Hotel, Loth-bridgo. St HOUSE KO� SALE OH Thut desirable nawly-o| house, coiner Itompas streets. Just Kouih of On his lOOih birthftlay Deacon I^-nn ,, , , ... ,. �PKfted. HaminoiMl. of Derby, Conn., sawo.l .w4---.�s^&ri si'si.-rbir" - -� |f�sle, and how, tho easiest �t�ck to ;cntly T. q. Robln-tto. K.o 1 JH TO -ejtctotl room^ TO UI2T. framo llartlolt terinn . . , ",0 nwmlng. H� shouli a lead- |w (Jid enough to know letter. Afnns.i, containing 8 room^ bath room and pantry. Connected with sewer on.l water mn'n. liphto:! i>y nleclricity and heat.d by furnace. Plastered throughout. Apply for price and particulars to KIUKWOOD LKCK. Jfoxt door to It. Ripley Hovao. Souvenier China Very best of China with excellent Lethbridge scenei Call and See Them "Nothing but the Best" Our Motto. W. J. Armstrong JEWELER ENGRAVER OPTICIAN. *' NQIICE Notice is hereby given that the town of Lethbridge will, at the first Session of the Legislative Assembly, for the Province of Alberla apply for an Ordinance, incorpornt; iug it as a city, w ti all ]�wcrs necessary and incidental tlu^reto-nud to ratify and conlirm certain Debentures issmtl in pursuance of By-luw No. 171) of the said town, and also to ratify �ud confirm Bylaw No. 203 of the eaitl town, and n certain agreement entered into thereunder with certain Railway CotniMinies. Datetl this 5th day of January. A. 1). lilUtJ, Conybenro Ac Ives. Solicitors for tho town of Lethbridge. NOTICE. Notice iu heieby gi\ en that an application will be made to the Legislative Assembly oT the Province of Alberla. at its first pension, for an act to incorporate 11 Railway Company under the mime of Tho Alberta Southern Railway Com-priny, with power to construct, operate and maintain a railway from n point in the town of Lethbridge in tho fluid Province of Alberta, in n westerly direction to the jVmtnhiry line between the said Province and the Province of lirilirh Columbia; and from the said town of Lethbridge in a uovthtily direct ion to u point in the city of Calgary, in the said Province; and fiotn a point in the town of idacleid. in ilie paid province, i n a north easterly direction to inter.tect tho said line from Lethbridge to Calgary; anil from said point of int-r-scction in an easterly direeiion to tho town of Medicine Hat in the said Province; with authority alto to construct, branches from any point on the propose d limvj nut exceeding in any one ease thirty miles in length, with power to construct, own mill opera!.. Olograph and telephone Uihm. roadways, tramway:; and ro ds; .nd with power to connect with any other railroads at any of the said point* in tht'Miid Province of Alberla; together w.tli such powers of nntntnining and tliB]x>siiig of the said railroad and works, and such oilier powers and privileges as tire usually given to railway companies. L. M. Johnstone Solicitor for the Applicants. NOTICE Notice is hereby given that application will bo made at the tfrst session of tho Legislative Assembly of the province of Alberta, for an Ordinance incorporating "The Empire Club" for tlto purpose of establishing a Club in the Town of Lethbridge for social purposes with the usual powers incidental thereto. DATED this 13th day ot Janun-ry, MOO. CONYBEARE & IVES, Solicitors for Applicants. DRAYINC All kind* of Drnying and Team work done promptly. STRAW FOR SALE EARL KIRKHAM Morris & Hend-richs Transfer Co. CONTRACTING DRAYINC COAL DELIVERY Cash must accompany all coal ordora Office-First door wnlti of Solvation Army barracks, Telophono 77 Tenders for Indian Supplies. SEALED TEN'DEHS addressed t(, tho undersigned, mil in lorsed "Tenders for Indian Supplies," will bo received ni this ofllco up to noon on Thursday. 1.1th March, 1900, for tho delivery of Indian SupplicB during iho-fiscal your ending JHst March, 1907, nt various points in Manitoba and the Northwest Territories. Forms of tender containing full particulars may be had by applying to the undersigned, or to the Indian C0111111is.su ji.t nl Wlnnfipcg. The lowest or any tender is n.t necessarily accepted. .1. D. Me LEAN, Secretary. Department of Indian Affairs. Ottawa. 3rd February, 1908. N. lb-Newspapers imort:n* this advertiseuiont without authority of tho Department will not la paid. LADIES' TAILOR AND HABIT MAKER NOTICE NOTICE is hereby given that application will be made to th" Parliament of Canada at the next 8J3sion thereof for an Act to incorporate a company to be called "The tirand Trunk Pacific Branch Lines Company", with power to construct and operate the followit g, amongst other lines ot railway.- l*'roin Unr.-dou to Calgary: From Calgary, or in the vicinity thereof, to a jtme. lion with the (hand Truik Piio-Hc Railway at ils foarlli terminal.or in the vicinity thereof; from Calgary, or the vipiuity thereof, to a juuetii.ii with the0rand Trunk PaciTi.: Railway at its filth teritiita!. or in the vicinity thereof;From Calgary lo the boundary line between Ciiundu and the United Ste.tea; as well .is such other lines of railway a.; the Company may from time to time deem expedient for operation in conjunction with Ihetiraud Trunk Pacific Railwtiy System, subject to tho approval of the Uovcrnor in Council; with all the usual jiower* granted to Railway Companies by tho Railway Act, and in addition thereto the following, viz: to powers charter vessels, make and recover shares in steamship business, to hold lands, wharfs, warehouses etc; and to expropriate lauds therefor; to own hotels etc. and lay out parks; to issue bonds on all its property, to construct and operate tramways, telegraph, telephone ami submarine lines, and general twiflic bridges; to develop laud and wnier powers; acquire patent righlw; grain, aid to settlers; and to sell or leus- to, or acquire other railways. W. H. Bejirrr, Solicitor lor applicants Datetl at Moutreu. thia iitth day of January, 11HJI5. Synopsis Of Canadian North-West. HOMESTEAD REGULATIONS. ANY even numbero^ n ctlo-i of Domlnton Lund* In Manitoba. Saakalcle-waii an.l Alberta, etcppilng 8