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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 15, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta ;iTHBRID6E HERALD , SJ'MPSON �Sfc BUCHANAN Publishers |f':?B, fliMrSOV W.A.BUCHANAN SOBSCRIPTtON: I . Advaace - 91.50 a year luarwise - $2.00 a year ADVERTISING. .Vet Month - �1.0p Per Inch THE COMING ELECTION.^ room polls, .JiidgX! 1/otwlorgast would lin\-� bwn tilt' Iii'.st to est interests sVoI this district, if would be foolish to change the vordicl given last N'o-f';voinl>e'rr especially .since the JJboral A Oov*nnnetit of Alberta is carr>iiig :^'out the pledges given ivt that time land endorsed by the electors of I^t.h-i bridge. The argument may be ofter-�4-ed that stronger opposition is re-'^quirwl, but wo cannot sec that this J will help Lethbridge. Premier Rutb-�;, erfprd strikes us as a strictly honest man, and is sure to provide the peo-^Jple with "good government, whether ithere is an opposition or not. He *wjll not take advantage of his over-J:;whelming majority to dntro'duce legislation of a fharaclor that is � against: ihe intei-esis of our people. ? Already, the Government has announced a progressiw agricultural vpOiHcy. Ci'eameries, cold storage, '^\\'�tUt. scores of public schools districts >Jtro" bc4ng established. , As we said before, LetbbriJgc pronounced in favor ot the .tviberal pol-Jicy in ihe provincial elections of Xo-i.vember, and there has been no i"ea-on to change that wrdiot. In fact, ^It wotild bo foolish to elect an opposition candidate in th� face or tht. -Advanced measures being carried out bj" the Rutherford Government. Letbbridge neefis a goTCrnmenl supporter at Edmonton. This town is the big centre of Southein Alberta, .mnd should have a strong voice in '.the^^conduct'of our provincial affairs. * W*.'want a representative who has .^eaWbf the Government. -. \i. We want a member who Able to promo'te our interests. � %Vfe want a member who will ' Letlibridge continually to the front. - ^.kWe want a member who will .show to the government that a judicial iiatrict should be ciK-ated hero, if-We want a member who will impress upon the government, iho absolute necessity of a Land Titlra Office being Ideated here.  /�We want a member who will secure : for L��thbridge some of the public institutions that must sooner or later be created in this province, -i Lethbridge will act in its own best interests if it returns a Ifovemnient supporter by acclamation, since it has had no reason to . alter the opinion it expressed in No-� vcmber. Prince Albert, Sa.>ik., (IikIs it pays to onirng,' u pernuinent Bonixl ol Trade secretary at a salary of $1,-200 a year. Kethbridg* is a lit tie slow in t'hi.s re.'iiKH'!. The local board should pay a secretary enough .salary to inhUe the job worth while, l^en he couKl ent> and that fact, in icseli, is'Important to this section of tho '.'couBtry. which frequently requires ^proper roprcsentations to ba made N- about public matters. >V,''':A�-we have several times .declared, -�"�Dr. De Veber was entitled to the ' ppointmcnt. Ho has given long and ^ ' faititful serrice to the Liberal party, -.1 .r. will soon have as m.any decorntipns us King^j Edward. Honors either. will not spoil the Pr., Wiinl about that Hour rnill proposition.' ThL- Town Council hn.s not yet roplie.-l ttv the. ikiard of Trode'a ;-equest for Information, about the Allreezy Round-up of Live N�ws from aH over^Albcrta. "A^cleariii^house i8"t7 brTsTaljlish-ed at liklmonton. Red Deer is to instnl a .sewerage system. Four hun.-lred att;l seventy telephones are in use in Kdmonton. A new Itonmn Catholic church is being erected at Claivsholm. Thos. Field. jVaiiton, sold his farm to A. E. Burnett at $10 per i.cre. An effort is being ma00 worth of building ijermit.s were issued in 13water Canadian^iiSie'stoa Co., Asbestos cement.^-Ontario Wind Engine and Pump Co.. wind- mlUa. etc., wood and steel water tanks, all oapaoities. LADIES' TAILOR AND HABIT MAKER Costumes, riding skirts, opera olonks, made to ortler at moderate prices. Ladies' own material made up. Alterations and Impairs of every description will be done. Painter, Paper Ilanirer, Decorator, agent foi' Empire Wall Papers, fronn 5c. tt roll up. Host of work guaranteed. nducements that could Ije olltem.1 for; Calgarv merchants to accept Straits he location of tt mill here. i Settlements t'TrencySlT .worth round its wav to the collection Hon. Ur. I>e V'obor will hold his feat in the Senate I'oi- life, and will Jraw a';:aliiry of !?l2:r)n(1 a year. lion. W. II: Cu.shing n)nde a re-narkii'bl.v able spwcli at the ban: (uet in Ciilgnrv oil tln' occasion of :he cnnvi^ntion of .\lberla munici-jalilii'S. lie expie.s.sed one line smi-.imont wiU'ii lie .said; If � we nr.! Ill ijiiil.l up a .strong, lii'uUli.y provincial liio in Km west, We nnist work. This -'goveriimt'iil i.s a humun inslitu-lioii. jiiKl therefore il has many of t lie weuknessea of human beings. Wo can scarrely plea.se nil tho Opposition, uikI perhaps not all the .supporters of the Govorn-inont, but (lie work that is �done T am sure will be honcsnl.y done. :\Vhat wo iKvd in tills country is honest and true men. It is a great privilege we have of taking part in the developing of this great countt\\-. In all these things we want men, gwod. strong, hone.st men. They nro coming to us from all countries and the obligation of every Canadian is to show these now citizens an honest , t rue, CnnafHan manhood." i Lethbridge shuuUl piviiare at once >o receive tho Canadian. Press .\s-lociation. It has bi?en doci\'lo;l that !he annual excnr.sion of .this body �vill pxtentl into t'hjs. district. .\s wc ^aid In.st week, this .\s.sociatioii Is repre.spiilativo-of all the newspapers of Ontario, iiird their S'asit to this town will bo of great benefit to us, as the.y will return to their sanctums loaded up with admiration for -)ur .cotintr.v. .Article upon article will be written about the Ca'nadian West, and we want our .shaix> of at ---...... found its wo.v olates of the \'arious churches Sun-Sunday. John WiLson. of Collingw lod. Onl is 11 visitor.in the city for the pur-no.'*? of organizmg a ecHiipun.v to ijuild a pork pickery here to cure ami .ship Alberta pork lo the Old Country market. -The latest recognition accoi'ded Calgary as a railway centre . is the placing' in the service ofa through sleeper fi-om St. Paul to Calgary. This means that the aft f   drill, B lifn �l f :� almost lost his life. "^Vhile working in the centre of the bridi;.!, tie scaffolding gfave way, and-i e Ml t^ck-ward on to the ice, fuity leet htlow. At first it was thought 'ji was seri-ou.sly injurenrt in public | \haii-s. an,! is perhaps the best man i 11 th.) iJommiDM riding of Alberta ! T. Allan Brick, the .lOW 'ndejicnd-for the position.' i ent Liberal member rif the Alberta __ 1 Legislature for Peace liiver conttitu- , , , , oncv, -is well and favorably known A iiH.vemenl is on foot to tender ! t,,ro,g,,o,t tho north aa � trader of Hon. So-iintor lie Veber. a reception ! the highe.s>f abUity. His f^ither for m his leiiini from Ottawa. It is i many years was � missionary of the .0POS.U to g,..^ tl... Iloaid of Trade. 0"^^;? a St^ot .!i"l T-Sg ho a own Council, and I.ibi^ral As-| po^t neveral years ago. ' locmtion an opporinnity to present} j^^^ Co., of Carrol. :ongratulations .to our well-known 1 jowa. purchased a lartje tract of Citizen, who has iiist bi'en so highly ! laiKl lietwoen Dattlo and Rcirt Deer honored. HERALD HAMMERLETS. There i.s a .settlement near Ilcd Deer Hint should chang-o its name �'n a hurry. It i.s called Slinking Lake. Perfume Lake would be a good deal hotter. rivers, northoost of Lacombo. ond thei-eon will settle United States mrmers. There are He>%ral hundred thousand acres in the block. '"One hundrexl and t wontv-soven cars of live .stock and settler's effects left Toronto vesterilaj'. A dispatch from St. Paul says: Allen Krlps, of Nebraska, left heiM yestenlny for Alberta, whore he will locate on a large farm. He was accompanuHl by his wife aiKl fourteen children. Thoise chicken thieves at St. Cath-jnnes worn .f,ovei>elv punished, for bad men obiect to nothing more �or-'ously than to go to chiiroli.on Sundays: A.sk a citizen where n church is, and he will toll you the nuipbor of blocks M. is from his tiivoritu .saloon. Lots iif pi'o|ile (^o ii(�t �>l).iect to throwing away their money providing It hil.s soini! iil-their neighbors nooil anil hard on tht-ir tomler .spoLs.  J knpw-ha^ it been ppsslblo ta>ftlir�^' oa^, tijose three-mush- chloroform. TO EXTriND THE enow. Winnipeg, Mnrrh 12.-It is learned here that tho C. P. U. .viMvteinplates extending Crow's Neut: Pass-lino westwoixt from Midway tol'enticton, oiHuiing up 11 coimtry very rich m minerals and with great fruit growing iK).ssihiliii(>s. This will complete another link in u direct line from Dunmoi'i! to Vancnuwr, which is belie veil lo \w iiltimntHy contetnplat-ed Little Eva. They, evid'cntl.v will nev-1,. �..^,_, ,^^ -----\~t ~.~ k":-^"> - ..v'~-..-� -.rv er'dio not e\cii with o treatment of .'P"'. �� �dd�l. flying ma> wero smotherert by smoke from tho ei die, not e\en with n treatment of ehinos would lie as common a�i f, to a junction with the Grand Tnmk Pacific? Railway at its fourth terminal.or iui the vicinity thereof; from Galjj;ary, or the vicinity thereof, to a junction with the Grand Trunk Pacifi j Railway at its fifth teminal, or in the vicinity thereof;Erom Calgary to the boundary line between Canada and the United States; as well as such other lines of railway as tho Company may from time to time deem expedient for operation in oonjnuction with the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway System, siibjbct to the approval of the Governor in Cbtinoil; with all the usual powers granted to Railway Companies by the Railway Act, and in addition thereto the following, viz: to powera charter vessels, make and recover shares in steamship bnsiuess, to hold lands, Whai'fs, warehouses etc; and to expropriate binds therefor; to own hotels etc. and lay out parks; to issue bonds on all its property, to Construct and operate tramways, telegraph, telephone and submarine lines, and general. trafiic bridges; to develop laud and water powere; acquire patent rights; graiH aid to settlers; and to sell or lease to, or acquire other railways. W, H. Biggar, Solicitor for applicants: Dated at Montrea. this 30th day of: January, 1906. SyMpsis or Canadian North-Wesf. HOMeSTEAO REQUUTIONS. A>T even anmb�r� yearn ef age, to Ul* stmt otobe-quarter aecllon of lis acre*, more or litiryjBsybe nada peraonaUy at the local land bsicc (or Uia district la wblcb the land la altuate,or if thehomeateader detirea, he mar oa apHlMUoa to the Mlalatcr of the Interior, Ottawai the Oommiaatoner of ImmlfratloD. WiaalKSi or the local accnt receive authority fee aoma one to make entry for him. Tlie homeatcader ia required to perforoi (be coadlllonacoa'ectcd therewith under one of ihefullowlBiplaaa.: t. atleaat ais montha' rcaidence upon and CttlUvatloB ot the land la each year (or-i Urce ycara. S. If tho father (orir other, if the father is deeeaaed) of the home-teader rtaljie* upon a farm la the vicinity of the land entered fur the rtquiramenia aa to realdeuce may be aatiafled by aueh rerann raaldins with the fatber ur laottier. ; a. H the aettler haahlateneanent rcaidence' asoafarMlBf land owned by him in ibe vtein-Itr Of hia komestaad, tha raitniraBieDU sa to ceaidoaee Buy be aauasad; by rcaidence upon llw aaU lead. ' ; Ml Bioaha' aeUce in wrttiag: aliould be lirea le Ike CeiaaUselciBer Of Oomintaa Leads ar OtUWseflaleatloB to apply for paunt. w.w.ooaT. Oapaty of thf Mlalnter ef tha lattrler. ;