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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 14, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta HERALD hotel occoiwapd out CO., LTD. ^PP. JORDAN, Snpl. ol Job DtpirtMtiit. SUBSCRIPTION: ^ - in Advance Otherwise 1.50 a year 2.00 a year ADVERTISING; Per Month 1.00 Per Inch The new Hoenee law will not per-mlt hotel* in rural districts. Thus l *i e * Alberta will not bo cursed by tho road houses, which Arc dent oLcvll wherever thoy exist. X The cause of toropornnco will bo atded by tho provision In tho now law that pay checks cannot bo cashed In hotel bars. Many a worklng-u*an goes to a hotel with a chock for his wages, gets it cashed after buying a drink, tokos a few moro drinks and before an hour, has passed has spent a great part of his wages. Now the excuse to go to tho hotel bar to cash a check ts removed and ho will have to go some -where else. Thus the temptation to visit the bar Is removed. The Medicine Hat News eelobrated its fourteenth birthday last week. It Is twenty-four years since tho paper was started under another name. The editor lays claim with Hon. Frank Oliver and Si Saunders to be among tho fathers of journalism in Alberta, but still shows signs of boing young and progres -sive. Eton. L. P. B?odcur, minister of marine and fisheries, spoke very truly when ho said that Canadian lake ports should be kept open lat er in tho season. Tho longer season will enable moro of our grain to go over Canadian routes, and Mr. Bro-deur will receive tho gratitude of the west if he keeps the lake-ports open for a longer season. Another provision of tho law will be strictly enforced is that prevent-Ing young men under tho ago of 21 j entering a bar. Temperance people will admit that If young men can bo kept from places where liquor is sold until they are 31, their likelihood of forming tho drink habit Is greatly lessened. Good for Cardstonf That district V of Intelligent farmers won a signal victory last weok when it captured all tho prises for Alberta Rod at tho Seed Grain Fair. It was a happy day for J. W. Woolford, MP.P. Ho felt prouder.than over of his district. There are few better farmers in Alberta than Thos. II. Woolford. Ho is modern in his methods and that is what counts now a days. It Is meeting the need* of tho south and our local representative is cer-tniuly^looking after tho Interests of his constituency faithfully and well. It Is rcportod that a company hns secured a portion of tho rlvor-boitom, directly west of the city for a hog ranch, Such a location for such an industry is hardly agrooablo to tho citizens, who will breatho aud smell tho gontlu western wsphyrs. Wo believe tho city could uso this property for park purposes to bottor advantage from tho citizens stand -point. A hog ranch is a good thing but not on tho west sido of the city if you ploaso. The Lotnbrldgo public should interest themselves in tho Important ! question of school accommodation. Tho present situation calls for a broad, far seeing policy on tho part or tho Hoard of Kducatlon. A heartily expressed opinion from the public supporting such a policy will greatly aid tho Hoard. A groat future ts before this city and wo must prepare for, it. The Minister of tho Interior will do a good thing for tho country by keeping under government control tho coal hinds, if n company pays several thousand dollars, rontal per annum, it will not delay its develop-mcntoperntions, but will proceed to work tho mines to get theirt money back. mont Is passing a law t*hnt it greatly in advance of the old law, and ono that places Alberta in the front rank nmoug the provinces in temperance legislation. Attorney-General Cross suturned up the policy of tho government in tho following torso sentences: 'In conclusion, t .may say that tho present legislation, added to what wos passed at tho last session of tho legislature, will show very plainly and clearly to tho people of this country that tho government arc strongly In .favor: (1). Of any legislation which affords a voll groundod hope of curtailing and restraining the drinking habit. "(2). Of closing ontlroly unlicensed drinking places. �(3). Reducing tho ealo and consumption of Intoxicating liquors. "(4). The prevention of the sale of liquors on Sundays and during prohibited hours. "(5). Tho enforcement of stringent regulations regarding sanitary ar - rangements of hotels. "(0) Tho most rigorous enforcement of the liconso law in overy particular* Tho Liberal party in Alborta In following out this policy will keep up tho traditions of tho party as icing the hope of tho temperance people in tho country. in the north like Mr. WooUord all ths time, to combat these prevar - I cator�. 4 Leader Robertson, ol the Opposi  tion, stood up for the suburbs of Calgary last week, when the greater Culgary measure was before tho log* isiatuio.on the ground that he be-lioved in fighting for tho weaker sldo, quoting in dofenco of his at* tltudo Napoloon's saying, "Tho Lord Is always on tho sido of tho big bat* taltons." Interpreting Napoleon's remark to tho standing of tho parties In Alborta, it la easily to be understood that Mr. I\obertson is leading tho wea'k sido becauso tho Lord is with tho Government, and most likely, Mr. Robertson, who is a former Mothqdist ^mlnlstor, would ho glad to bjT leading the party upon whose side the JLord %la. of hit wearing apparel, to have bath. The wind in the meantime blew tho door, of his room shut, and on returning he found himself locked out Having no key, he was Just going tp break the lock, when an* other Idea struck him, ho went Into ono of tho o(Ticca and telephoned the other occupant of* the so mo room to send his key, and waitod pationtly until it arrived. a ler Pnu. and 01*0 Millinery Opening It Is to be hoped that Edward Brown's defeat in Manitoba will not cause him to retire from public life. Ho Is too clean, honest and able a man to lose. It will not be long before tho people of Manitoba will bo glad to place him at tho hoad of the government. Even tho Conservatives of Mani -tola are sorry that Attorney Gen -oral Campbell was not defeated. I I It is evident that tho Conservatives made a dead set on Liberal Loader Rrown in Portage La Prairio and we believe, if the history of the election Is revealed before the courts all Cunada would be astonished by tho corruption. That was a sorry day to the north when Medicine Hat captured the first prires in the spring wheat classes. The South Is not finding It difficult to prove that it is the great grain raising section of Alberta. Watch us improve, too. An M. P. at Ottawa introduced a bill to j>rovent thq importation of cigarettes. Yes, the accursed things should go. Sir Wilfrid Laurler says it disgusts him every time he sees a tad puffing at a cigarette. So say we all. Roblln and Rogers make a com -blnation hard to beat. Thoy are munioulators of the front rank. I Lcthbridge is well thought of in the North. On the trains and in the hotels, people are frequently heard to remark that it is to bo tho big ity of the South. THE LIQUOR ORDINANCE. Tho amendments to the liquor or-dinnuce proposed by Attorney-Gen -tral Cross mean a big step toward the abolishing of the liquor tralllc. The amendments arc good and tho Attorney-General says that tho law will be rigidly enforced. Under the proposed law, the ac -conunodation must bo greatly in excess of that now demanded before a liconso will bo granted, thus assuring a letter class of hi�U�is. M >r*� wr. tho population requirements are In - creased so that now there must bo forty residences within an area of a section and a half beforo a liconso will bo granted. Plans for building must bo submitted to the commissioners- before the building is commenced and tho liconso can not bo granted until the building is completed. By forbidding the cashing of time GOSSIP on thesideI1""" Ono of tho brightest writers in Canadian newspaperdom is locating ,n Alberta, Dan. McgMUcuddy, who for many years .conducted the. God-orich, Ont., Signal, is starting the ,now ovening no ws pap or in Calgary and ho will revolutionise .things in tho Journalistic line In -that city. Dan is clover. Evory editorial or paragraph he .writes will prove.that. Down in Ontario, Dan is known as "Admiral Dun." He was dubbed that, because ho once had a .dredging contract at Ooderlch harbor. \ My! How tho real estate liars up north do delight in knocking tho south. Rut they struck a snag the other day when they began to "blabber and blurt'* to Thos. Woolford of Cardston. It was at the Alborta Hotel. Edmonton, n real estate man made himself acquainted with Mr. Woolford and enquired if ho was interested In farm lands. Mr. Wool -ford naturally replied "yes/' Then the seller of linil began to Ho, until tho Cardston man pulled him up short. He said ho could soli him farm lands from $15 to 940 an aero. Tho north was tho place to buy, tho south was no good. The north had taken all the prizes at the seed grain fair. That was too much for Woolford. Returned In and told thctruth said he belonged to tho south is made that dollars is the Tho new license act compels hotels in Lethbridge and other Alborta cities to have forty-five bed rooms by July 1st. That will moan considerable additions to some of our hotels. Rut tho proprietors will not lose by it. as this city needs moro The announcement twenty-five thousand sum to be spent here in.tho securing of pro|ierty and the building of a provincial Jail. There should be a provincial Jail in tao metropolis of tho most densely populated district in the west. The government is to be commended for the way in which The law is very stringent regard -ing the sale of liquor to persons under twenty-one years of ago does not allow minors to around hotel premises. While nvmy would have liked to havo seen the government shorten the hours of selling and take a step toward abolishing tho bar yet every must admit that the govcrn- chcrks on hotel premises the government bus gone a long way toward He removing ono of tho greatest ovils of j and came from tho district that cap-tho liquor tralllc. tured every prize in Alborta Red, first prize in milling oats and second in two rowed barley, while another and j part, of Southern Alberta, Medicine loaf Hat? got tho first prizes in tho two grades of spring wheat. Mr. Woolford drove tho real estate man into the line's corner so quickly that tho poor fjllow nvido tho liveliest dash /or fresh air a man over mode. It wouurpay tho south to keep a man In tho days of tho patron move -mnnt in Ontario, thorn was a.man who figurod in that body of farmers named T. O. Currle. He came from Middlesex County, and was certainly a groat character. He had few equals on tho stump and he could use moro picturesque English than \ any speaker wo over heard* He onc� attacked Geo. E. Foster in words rthat are unprintable, but that will - live forever in the memory of those twho heard them. After the patrons passed to an early grave, he campaigned for the Liberals and was down in Gaspe Que., in the cumpnign, which resulted in the defeat of the Flynn gov* eminent. On the night of the elect -ion ho sent a wiro to the late Hon. Jos. Sutherland, then Liberal Whip at Ottawa. It road about as .follows, and we question whether any mesa go to e-tual It ever was taken at a telegraphic keyboard: "Flynn in position of unfortunate man, who caught alligator by tho tail and lower Jaw, put his hoad in alligator's mouth and said, "bite now you sea cook, and I'll eat tho heart of you.M If Currio's speech could be gathered together they would mako far spicier reading than the works of any of our groat humorists. A young man of this city, rooming In one of tho blocks, was placed in nn unfortunate predicament the other day, huving loft his room- and go- Inrr 11\ iho hnlhmnm. devoid Of tOOSt Tho millinery openings held by the Misses NcLeay, assisted by Miss Tilncy, on Tuesday and Wednesday of this weok have been voted by tho ladles of Lcthbridgo, nn unqualified success. Expressions of delight at the clover designs were hoard on every sldo, and tho unanimous opinion is thnt never beforo has there boon such a fine display of tasteful millinery in tho city. Tho prevailing idea throughout the hats, most of which aro blocked hats, is tho mushroom shape, that Is to say, with tho downward dip of the brim, short in front and long behind, aud adapted to many different requirements from the small toque or turban to tho largo dressy stylos. Nearly nil the hats have a narrow band insldo tho crown, two \ or three Inches deep nil around. At tho back, Instead of tho brim turn-ing up, as last year's hats, thebrlm now turns down closo about tho hair Another now feature in the shape is the revival of tho poko bonnet. A new hnt in the cone shape Is the Pot- Thcse are of pliable very stylish. Sailors cept in tho mushroom shape, a much shown. The styles of trl this year shows a number of ch The poko bonnet is trimmed on sides and In mushroom shapes chief trimming is often on right Feathers and grasses, and every that has a tendency to droop, shown. AU colors are with tuscans, tans and "bu shades much In evidence. Groat credit Is duo Miss Mo hns often boon co pared with Mark Twain and Rl Ny% and by many experts ts to be the coming humorist of Amej (ea. Ho (s a deep philosopher b couches his philosophy In such pie ant ways as to bo exceedingly e tortalning. He is most highly spo en of by everyone who has hea him and his lecture rill he a fitting conclusion for the Lyceum course is a sure sour look destroyer and v certain cure for. the dumps. Rente r Saturday night In Wesley chu Admission 60 cents and 75 cert Plan at Higlnbotham's Drug Store in Where GrouneU i Makes the first Payment on these . . . Balance on Easy Terms. lots once Going Fttt. Mock 4V L n _1 I � . t t - ; If few so list with me for at the ri ght price wiJl you buyer 4 h 4 A- i Temporary Office, in Lethbridge Saddlery Co.'s Store 9 door8 South of Lethbridge Hotel �f ] A I - ^ J f i L - tt. * ;