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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 15, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta .jETHBRIDGE herald a*Ml�SON & BUCHANAN Publishers l> >tf. RIMraoS W. A. BUCHANAN SOBSCMPTION: I i Advauce  $1.50 a year i luarWisa - $2.00 a year ADVERTISING. Vet Month  $1.00 Per Inch THE COMING ELECTION. ^ Hon. to thu Uon In *-hl8 Vobcr's nppointmotit ol is held, the bettor. * From ilv VnM, ami our position is > the *4amlpfHnt . ami wwlorsvd by the doctors of Ion l'-' f,,olish offer- 10- Prince Albert. Sask., lilKls it pays lo engi\g.stnblishing factories in the west, nml kci'piug the to�u before thv puiilic in Kiistcrn Canada and .he .Stales In writing articles for ilu' i(ewspap''rs. To our mind. the money would be \\i-ll sp.-nt. There is nothing to e ,1,, ..mi- -�reto P^'^^ p,e with good Bovenmum . Hod ]*�er system. --- i Four hundred and seventy tele- Criml.r.H.k has n.lopt.M a good ! Vhvnv* n,V 1,1 H�� �^��>''�"� plan to boost that town along A', A new lloinnn Catholic church is '\km has be,,, fornusl. the|bell,K e,'->cU"� nl I'larvrtiolin. Thos. t'ield, Xautoti, sold bis farm to A. R. lturnett at $10 per i.cre, An effort is being mnde to establish a high school in Cranbrook. Over ? 1 a..MM� worth of building permits were Issued in lfUhnonlon one -lay last week. frtbbridge Iron mork$ Co., m Manufacturer! of GREY IRON AND BRASS CASTINGS MACHINE SHOP WORK PROMPT-LY 9f CORRECTLY EXECUTED oiorroioroioaoio.o.o.ojn.o o and money thus raised lo be uwsl in ,)i'iiit inj- ol a pamphlet telling about Cranbrook, and pay ing oilier, expetisvx iiii'iini'tl along the llni! ol publicity . lrfl Lethbridge form aj -lub that "ill have in \ iew tncrvas-ilig the town's population to' 10,-Jim in a few years. Scatter litera-ure telliii-fj about our glorious heritage nil over Canada and the Stales. iiii*1 the results would, wo Jelieve. lie remarkable, l'oint out ihe id,�l location of this town as a .vholesale and industrial centre. Say. irKlge it won't is a city . long until lr porter at the big centre and should have tho>conduct of our provim-inl iillnirs \V� want a representative �ho has "ear of the Government . We want n member �h� l>e able to promote our interests We want a member who will Weep Lethbridge continually' to the irmii \V� want a member who will show to the government that a Judicial district aliould crcnl..l bere a ineinber who will im-the govertinien, the ub-solute necessity of a l>anU Titles Office being located hen-. We want u member who will wcurc for Lethbridge some of the public institutions that must sooner or later be created in this province. Lethbridge will aei in its own beat interests if it n turns a government supporter by acclamation, since it has had no reason alter the opinion it expressed in X->-. vumber. Wliat alioiit that llotir mill propo-dtion The Town Council bus not cet repbe.l to the Hoard ol Trade's equest for informat ion about the nduceinenis thai could Ih olTervsl for he location of u mill here. Ib.n |ir It.- \el>.r will hold bis I roiig. 1 he West . \ .-i niii. ul t ion ii n.i t of the OIL'S Wi the Opposition, mill p.-ibaps not all the supporters of the Govern-iKiiit. bin the work tliut is �lono I am Mile u II be holies'. 1\ done. What we in Uiis country is In and true men It is a great |iii\ihx>' �e have of taking pan in the developing of this great country la nil these thiiejs we want men. good, strong, honest men. '.'hey are coiniui; lo us from all count ins ami the obliiratiou of every Canadian is !n �ho\\ these new eit-i/ens an honest, line. Canadian l.ethhridti mad-about public matters. "�As we have several times declared, . Dr. De Veber was entitled to the appointment. I7e has given long and faithful serrice to tho Libcrnl party, and if ever a man deserved tins reward, it was the doctor. .oemtiott It has b-eii decided that he iiiiuuul exeiu-siiin i,/ ibis body cill extend into thif district. As we aid last i',ek. l.'ns \s*u>rial ioti Is -I'pri-M-iiiiit i\" of all the newspapers if tlntario. mid their x-isit to this 'own will If of great benefit to us, is they will return to their snnct-'iiiis loaded up with admiration for tur country. Article upon article vill lie written iileuii the Canadian Vest aiul we want our shaiv ol nt-'ent ion i,- *' EDITORIAL NOTES There will be two sessions of the  Dominion Parliament this year, the 'one now being held and another in ' November. No tariff changes will  be considered at the present session, owing to the illness of Hon W S. Fielding. When Judge Pendsigast faded to award tho Prince Albert *out to the Conservatives, tho Winnipeg Consor-A'tttive press started to abuso the 'iudgo, but A. H. Don-^Aldsop, Conservative candidate in Prince Albort, whom the decision of-feotcd most, takes them to task. 'Hero is what he says: * *> .r \tt . '*I tt'lsh somebody would knock i * Utile sense into those idiots who. write for tho W-lunip.Ti pap-��>.' orit," remarked Mr. Donaldsim. "I don't like tho manner in which (hew - papers ha ve attacked Judge PendargaBt. They aro mora than .unfair, and I Just want to say Wat I haw every confidence in JilUge Penderga�f's iiitegrity, �hti"J-fknow had it been possible ip throw outj those three'inush- Tbe Calgary Albertan in sjienklng if the risen! appointm,-nts In the tenate, very truthfully says: In the Southern division. T�r. lie Veber IlllS been selcetlid. Ho hits Mfn iii this iiiiintiy ior rioim* years, has tale n an act lie part in public ,i>'.d is perhaps the tiest man Dominion riding of Alberta I illairs u tb" or tie � sit loll \ uiov.-nieiit is on foot 10 tender Hon Senator lie Veber, a reception ai he. return from Ottawa It is uoposiil to pi., the Hoard of Tillde, h.i Town Council and Liberal As-'ociution ail opportunity to present ongratulat ions to our well-known �itizen, who ha-, nisi li,eU s,j highly honored. HERALD HAMMERLETS. TJtel Deer :n u Lake '.' is a settlement pear Hed that should change its name hurry. It is railed Stinking Perfume Lake would he � Thirtivn hundred Salvation Army I Knglish immigrants are .u i.ute to Alberta. The C. X. K. will put on a daily passenger service between W'mniiH^; and Kdmonton in April. Vermillion, not yet six months old, is seeking Incorporation as a town It now has a population of '100. 11 O. Dun &. Co. aro opening a branch at Calgary. Mr. Anderson their western trax-elter, w'H bo charge. Calgarv has sold to the Canada Life $2**1.80(1 worth of 11 |ier cent, debentures, and obtained a premium of $1 ID on the some. It is said Senator Lougheed, Cal gary. will succeed Sir Mackenzie ilowell. as leader of the Conserva tlve party in the Senate. James W. Davidson, brother of the president of tlw Canadian I'aeiflc irrigation Colonization company, ha purchased a half Interest in the Stap les Lumber Company, ! Ten C. P. II. engineers have lieKUi) ! the sun-eying of a line from Bantry, i honc system extending fifty miles into the Cypress Hills country with branch lines. A'company has been incorporated with a capital of �> 10.0:111 anil a trunk line will be built this summer at a cost of $.*i,-0i�o. From Kdmonton to Calgary 1n a motor car. 200 miles in 11 J hours, was the record made by G. Corri-. vejui, �>{ Kdmonton. the other day.  Mr Corrix-eau sold the machine, a 'itt horse power, four seated affair, to W. II. White, of Calgary, and In company with his son. Mr White and Mr l.undy. of Innisfnil. made the trip to Calgary. Many Memionite t-et'tlers who have been successful in agricultural operations in Southern Manitoba, when their original reserves were located, have decided to seek more room for I expansion in the broader fields of Saskatchewan and Alberta. A party . of 400 will looato ncju( r (,t Medic-1 me Hat, while running �i 1'� drill, 'almost lost his life. "Wiile wcrking in the contnt of tho ticidi-.'. lie senf-fotding gave way, and 1 e f. !l ijtcU-ward on to the ico, forty Ifit bilow. At first it was thought .� nas stri-nisly injured. He was nt cu.-e conveyed to the hospital, when it was ' found that no bones were broken. T. Allan Jlrlck, tho .iow 'iid.-pcnd-ent Litx'ral member of the Alberta Legislature for Peaco Hiver coiutitu-fency. is well and favorably known throughout tho north as a trader of the highest obllity. His either for many years was a missionary of the Anglican church, and tho present member opened n store and l.eoiug post several years ago. The I.use Land Co.. of Carrol. Iowa, purchased a large tract of land between Hattle nn�r Iie�l Peer rivers, northetist of lAcnmbo, and thereon will settle Cnited States dinners. There tiro sex-oral hundred thousand acres in the block. "'Ono ; hundml and twenty-seven cars of live stock and settler's effects left, Toronto yosterdiiy. A dispatch from Hi. Paul says: Allen Krlps. of Nebraska, left here yesterday for Alberta, where he will locate on a large farm. He was accompanied bv his wife uud fourteen eivildren LADIES' TAILOR AND HABIT MAKER Costumes. ritlitiR skirts, opera clonks, nindo to order nt motleniti' prices. Ladies' own nmturtnl nmde up. Alterntions und-repnirs of every description will be done. Fit and Style Guaranteed. J. SALAY Next door east Brodie�& StntTord's WM. SHAW Painter, Paper Hanger, Decorator, agent for Kmpire Wall Papers, from, fie. a ro'l up. Uest of work guaranteed. llesidence*- First house oast Court House, on llnrcn ss Road. NOTICE l'lie undersigned gives notice Hint h�t has captured n stallion ( Description: - Aro 'A yenrs, height 14 lmmls, weight SoOlbs, Color Grey with'White foce. In-0111*1!"ion | distinct brand on left shoulder) while running nt large, contrary to the provisions of the Entire Ani-uifll's Ordinance The said stallion is detained on the Tabor Conl Mining Company's Premises and if not claimed iu due course will bo dealt with according to law The capture wns made at 12;30 p.m. on Friday the Uth day of Alan-It VMY x.^. .IU1N A. LARS N Tab 1 PO C pin erta, at its first session, for an net to incorporate a Railway Company under the name of The Alberta Southern Railway Company, with power to construct, operate and maintain a railway from n point in the town of Lethbridge in the said Province of Alberta, in n westerly direction to tho Boundary line between tho said Province and tho Province of British Columbia; and from the said town of Lethbridge in a northerly direction to a point in the city of Calgary, in the said Province; and from a point in the town of Mncleod, in tho said province, i n a north easterly direction to intersect the said line from Lethbridge to Calgary; and from said point of intersection in an easterly direction to the town of Medicine Hat in tho said Province; with authority also to construct branches from any point on the proposed lines not exceeding in any one case thirty ALBER1A i REALTY Co. i have for aale the fellow tag: A neat cottage on Argylo Ave. (0r fl.200, on �aay terms. A few choice quarters of irrigable lands loft in the famous Coaldalo district at $20, and on small payment**. A quarter section of improved irrigutod land, 3 miles out, for 27..10; good terms. C. R. DANIEL Manager. Offices-Southard Block acquire and develop mines and deposits of coal and other minerals; all of which works are to be declared to be for tho general advantage of Canada. Dated at Windsor, this 30th day of January, 1906. A. J. ARNOLD Windsor, Ont. Solicitor for the Applicants. TOWN OF LETHBRIDGE NOTICE is hereby given' that all persons- requiring a sidewalk under the Local Improvement lly-Law for the coming year, are requested to send to the under�lgufil, lieforo nho ,11st of March next, a petition or memorandum embodying ibelr do-mnnds, set dug out clearly the blocks and streets where said improvements is desired. 1>A rr:i> at l* lhbrid,n this 28th day of February. H><�'. C\ 11. llUWMAN, Secret ary -Treasurer. LOST lletweon, railway station nml Arlington Hotel, a Northwest. Com. mcircial travellers ticket in favor of Michael Troy. No. N II Hi. Ploase leave at Arlington Hotel. U-th-bridgo. 5t House for Sale or Rent That desirable nowly-ereelod frame house, corner Iloiupas and Flartlelt, streets, just south of Presbyterian Manse, containing fi rooms, bathroom and pantry. Connected with sewer Mnd water main. Ugh tod by electricity and heated by furnace. Plastered throughout. Apply for price and particulars to KIRK WOOD L13CK. Next door to 11. Hlpley Houbo. PABTAHPLY OUTIUCi K. Woodlands, Man., March 12,-A dastardly outrage was jierpetrated hero lust night* presumably by horse thieves from tho Dakota bottler, who entered the stables ol t'hurles Rets* mussen and stole four horses. All the rest of the slock in Viva stable, including seven pigs, 1(1 cattlo, seven horses and a iurgo flock of fowls, woiv smothered by mnoko from tho hoy which they llrod. The police are actively engaged on tho case. BehiHd Time There's no Exeat* For Wi*sg Late Clocks are not very expensive Not here at least. All styles of clocks are shown hero. See the weather oak case clocks. They are the latest. What's new we have and what we have is new. W. J. Armstrongl JEWELER ENGRAVER OPTICIAN. _______________ NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the town of Lethbridge will, at the first Session of the Legislative As-^j scinbly, for the Province of Alberta apply for an Ordinance incorporat; ing it as a city, with all powers necessary and incidental thereto and to ratify and confirm certain Debentures issued in pursuance of By-law No. 17U of the said town, and also to ratify and con linn By law No. 203 of the said town, and a certain agreement entered into thereunder with certain Railway Companies. Dated this 5th day of January A. D. 1900, Conybearo & Ives. {Solicitors for the town o Lethbridge. struct, own and operate telegraph and telephone lines, roadways, tramways and roads; aid with power to connect with any other railroads at any of the said points in the said rovinco of Alberta; together with such powers of maintaining and disposing of the said railroad and works, and such other powers and privileges as are usually given to railway companies. L. M. Johnstone Solicitor for tho Applicants. NOTICE Notice is hereby given that application will be made at the first session of the Legislative Assembly of the province of Alberta, for an Ordinance incorporating "The Empire Club" for the purpose of establishing a Club in the Town of Lethbridge for social purposes with the usual powers incidental thereto. DATED this 13th day of Janua ry, 1906. CONYBEARE & IVES, Solicitors for Applicants NOTICE The Liquor License Ordinance Province of Alberta. DRAYING All kinds of Droying and Team work done promptly. STRAW. FOR SALE CAUL KI1KHA1I Morris & Hendricks Transfer Co. CONTRACTING DRAYINC COAL DELIVERY Cash must accompany orders all coal Office-First door south of Sal- vation Ajrmy barracks. Telephone 77 Application has been made by Messrs. Irving & Lemon, for an hotel license at Tabor, Alberta, in respect of. the Royal Hotel, A meeting of the License Commissioners will be held at Lethbridge on Tuesday, April 10th, 1906, at 3 o'clock p.m., to consider this application. Dated at Edmonton the 7th day of March, 1906. 8. B. WOODS, Deputy Attorney General. NOTICE NOTICE is hereby given that application will bo nindo to tho Parliament of Canada nt the next session thereof for an Act to incorporate a company to bo called "The-Grand Trunk Pacific Branch Lines Company", with power to construct and operate the following, amongst other lines of railway.- From Brandon to Calgary: From Calgary, or in the vicinity thereof, to a junction with the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway at its fourth terininal.or iit the vicinity thereof; from Calvary, or the vicinity thereof, to a junction with the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway at its filth toruiual, or in the-vicinity thereof;From Calgary to the boundary line between Canada and the United Suites; as well as such other lines of railway as tho Company may from time to time deem expedient for operation in conjunction with the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway System, subject to the approval of the Governor in Council; with all the usual powers granted to Railway Companies by the Railway Act, aud iu addition thereto the following, viz: to powers charter vessels, make and recover shares in steamship business, to hold lands, wharfs, warehouses etc; aud to expropriate lands therefor; to own hotels etc. and luy out jxtrks; to issue bonds on all its property, to construct and operate tramways, telegraph, telephone and submarine lines, and general traffic bridges; to develop laud and water powers; acquire patent rights; grant aid to settlers; and to sell or leasn to, or acquire other railways. W. H. Biggar, Solicitor for applicants Dated at Montrea. this 30th day of January, 1?H)6. Ill Ike Estate of Colin Graham Clark, Deceased. L, M. JOHNSTONE, Administbatob, Synopsis Of Canadian North-West. HOMESTEAD REGULATIONS. AMY even Burotxreit section of Dominion Landi In Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Albtrta, cicenilng S au1 IB, not referred, nwy be bomeateaded by any peraon wbo la tba ao  bead of a family, or any male over 18 yearn of age, to the extent of one-quarter aectlon of KS acre*, more or leva. �airy may b� made personally at tba focal land office for itie district lo arblcb the land la altuate, or If tbe boroeateader detlrea, be may on application to tbe Minuter of tbe Ulterior, Ottawa, tbe Oommlaaloner of Immigration. Winnipeg;, or the local agent receive authority for aome one to make entry for blm, Tbe bomeatcader la required to perform the ecndlttona con'ected therewith under one of tbefuUowlogplaua.t I. At least atx mouths' residence upou and cultivation of tbo laud In eacb year for three years. 3. If the father (or it other, If tbe father la deceased) of tbe home-leader r�sides upon a farm In tbe vicinity of tbe land entered for the requirements a* to residence may be satistied by such f erenn residing with tbe father or motbei. I. If tbe settler baa tats permanent residence nnon farming land owned by him Iu the vicinity of tale bomeatead, the reo.ulretr.enta aa to residence may be battened by residence upun tbe said land. All creditors and others having claims agniuat the estate of Colin Graham Clark, intestate, are required by order of the Chief Justice dated March the 4th 1906 to send the same in to the undersigned administrator of said estate properly attested together with a statement of tho security if any, held by them on or before the first day of May, 1906, after which date the administrator will proceed to distribute the assets of the said Colin Graham Clark amongst the parties entitled thereto, having regard onjy to the claims of which..-........ _ , �nob administrator has then notice, *� mTw �oMw ,n *-'rtUn*f ���ou"lb'� " - 'v^-��a^vT� H � �-� Oommlaaloner of Dominion Lands at " Trw**"'TT T otuwa of WenUon to apply tor patent. w.w.ooav. Deputy of the Minister of ta< Interior. room (lolls, hulgt; lU'inleryast would Itnve been the first to