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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 21, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta HERALD CO., LTD. T t r � r - �. Keep pounding it into everybody ! negotiating with them. The pros-to whom you write or talk, tbnt jent City Council | made of batten Southern Alberta won nil the pHn- ' stuff than that, cipal price** at the. Alberta ,Seod Fair ' .A. BUCHANAN, Maiagteg Director W> JORDAN, Sept. ol Job Department. at Edmonton. Bight Senators and M. P.'a have tiled since the Dominion Parliament 1 opened. Ottawa must bo an unhealthy place. SUBSCRIPTION: InAdvanoe 1.60 a year t - Otherwise Alberta haa a surplus of suhahtno, fertile land and coal land, an well 1 2.00 a year IM money. ADVERTISING Par Month There la a rush of settlers to the l'eaco River this spring and they 1.00 Per Inch (arc nearly ail from the land of that man of Peace-Theodore Roosovolt. The land speculator will havo to pay a tax for oducatlon. This will be good news to the actual settler, The Red Deer Advocate has been Improving ever since F. W. Galbrntth took hold of, it. It now possesses a typesetting machine and the entire paper is the product of the Red Door plant. It Is one of I. reading room, there is not a place for young men and strangers to , bllity for. Industries to get sites on (tax. even reasonable terms. It Is said th*}the a.r. ft I. Co. refused to vide a site for a saw mill pro-on tho Murrnh for the railway commission They have decided that railways in river bottom unless a lease for Ave Alberta ami Saskatchewan cannot years was signed. Naturally tho gen- charge more then ft cents a mile for spend the evening. A free library tleman, who intended erecting a (passenger fare, would be an attraction for the!cvon- [$40,000 mill wouldn't listen to such ings, and a very helpful place it a proposition. Ho wasn't going would be. too. Our public spirited citizens should take this matter up at once and provide the city with this important institution. invest 940.000 with the chance being turned 6(1 the ground in five years. Another case, we heard of. was that of a firm desiring a site near the railroad track for a whole- to I That decision will tickle the fancy of land leave more change*in tho pockets of the people to the south of us. It is said that Hon. W. S. Balo warehouse but could get noth- |aU rtght. Fielding has the refusal of knight - bettor than a one-year's lease much wfth thirty days' notice. The Railway Commission is prov . itig to be of service to the people mines. Ho had before Nils been as socinted with tho movements that were initiated to raiso funds for the Uurradon and Hartley disasters. Mr. Messer commenced business as a printer and stationer in Tumor St., Waterloo. Blyth, and here ho publish-od a weekly newspaper under tho titlo of "The Olyth and Bedllngton Star." which had only a short career, however. Otherwise Mr. Messer was fairly successful in business. When he was between 60 and 00 years ho conceived tho notion of emigrating to America, and he and his family settled in Texas, but they soon tired of the conditions there, and then came back to Northumberland. They resided in Wnllscnd, and Mr. Messer accepted a collector's position on the staff of tho "Newcastle Loader." but this he had to relinquish on account of tho Infirmities of cli age. He had a sunny disposition, and with his long white beard he was a picturcsquo personality of whom no one could speak ill, while his friends were legion. Mr. Messer vus In his 80th year, his wife predeceasing him only last year. The interment takes place at Whitley Cemetery on Wednesday.- Blyth Ensr.. Star. declared ho would return the first of April with hia family together with hla household effects and equipment for carrying on his new farm The next suro thing now is a boot and shoe store in connection with a harness shop. coffin, both bodies being absolutely lBot bu|lt but lhat ih0 Wfttor flll|mly devoid of clothing. The offence was be lncreMod by engaging an nssis - tant engineer that the pumps may bo worked longer hours; (4) than an electric vnlvo be Installed at the stand pipe to give direct pressure tit hydrants quickly; (6) that all plans of sub-divisions be submitted for approval by tho city engineer; (0) that tho aasessor'a ofttco bo made a civic registry office. Regarding sidewalks, tho engineer recommended that cement walks be made at least five feet wide. It was decided to hold the bye-eloction caused by the resignation of Aid. Robinson on April 9, nomina * tlons a week earlier. IMPORTANT RECOMM12NDAT � IONS. Made by City Engineer st Council Meeting. C. M. Arnold, city engineer present ed a report to tho council on Monday night recommending (1) thai tho paving of the streets be post" poned until the gas boring test is completod to avoid tho possibility of having to tear up tho streets to SPMHNG tOSMP r. r. Davidson, who Is now on the teaching staff of this city, was secretary of the Saskatchewan Assoc -lation Football League, an organisation that last year included nineteen clubs, with prospeeu of doubling the number this year. .lowing ' y oungplayora hood. He can make himself stronger with the democratic Canadian people if he turns down the of- WARNER NEWS. .1. W. Morrison is evidently busy in tho pursuit of players)"Tic Is fol- thn wise course of getting making a reputation instead of securing those whose reputation has been made hut are now on the down grade. Schurch. one of the new pitchers signed, has played two seasons with Lake Linden in the Northern CopjK>r League In 1005 he won .900 of his games and laat year with a tail-end club behind him, succeeded in landing half his games. Schurch is a big fellow, standing six feet two inches and weighs 10% pounds. It has been anticipated for some fer with a thud. Canada has enough time that the company and council "She" and only a fow of thorn are would meet and arrange matters, but worth much to the country. up to the present It has been im- Oncof tho best boosters in South cm Alberta is E. A. Barker of Card bton. He should be engaged as pub 1 icily commissioner for the country. Recent articles he has writ As matters stand the town is liable to lose several industries that are looking here for a location. We would suggest that the council go to tho A.R. 6 I. and make an offer for the plot of ground to tho reached nopU| Q( %hQ tracka If tho city could get possession of this land it would then bo able to provido sites for industries. If the company retry and gets busy and Improves tho|,uses tQ confi|dcr 81ich ftn ofTcr thon ... A . . .ten for the press prove that he ..... knows more about tho resources and The mail service between Edmonton "and Lethbrldge is fierce. It usually ''takes the Edmonton papers about five days to reach here and we know of one Instance where a letter, mailed at Belleville on the same day one was mailed at Edmonton, here along with the Edmonton lot-tor. It Is time postottlce department wakes up to the needs of the couu- history of this part of the province than any other man. The new Health Act provides that sewage cannot be allowed to pollute rivers which me.ms that Lethbrldge will have to provide other moans to dispose of its sewerage. Morton Lindley is a southpaw, mill was raised to-day hailing from Martinsville, Ind., where last year he won 23 out of 86 games played. He is a husky we young chap being over six feet in of height and tipping the scales at 1&5 pounds. Jack Paget was secured upon the The wind and a tank will soon be instetted south land the peoplo of Warner will do less pumping by hand. Surely nro blessed with an abundance water that in quality is second to none. I We hear a good deal of comment 'strongest recommendations of Vor service, before a hundred or new towns come into existence. Cambridge beat Oxford easily the annual boat race, wintn,. in the people of this cith will know where to plnco the responsibility for |f��r ""d one-half lengths, the loss of Industries. Thos. Greenway opposed Frank Oliver's new land bill. It looks as though Tom was a little Jealous of Frank and was merely "acting up" in order to attract attention. Tho High Rivpr Times announces that over one and a half million on the new Warner hotel. Mr, and Mrs. Leffingwell are running the hotel in a wny that would be a credit to any city in North America The new two storey hardware and furniture building is nearly com - pleted and their new stock of goods will be here this week. These are good stirring young men frnm the States and will carry a stock suchns found In their line and in addition to this will carry a full line of farm machinery. Geo. B. page I of Calumet. He plays either third base or sheet stop and - last year batted .283. With rising young players like these Morrison will have a team that will put some of tho predictions of sumo base-ball prophets we havo heard of. very much on tho queer. SKRIOLS CRIME AT MEDICINE HAT. i Lethbrldge must deal wisely broad-minded with Charged with the serious cr*mo cov Snnpp from Iowa, who ereri by section 20ni of tho criminal and bushels of grain have been shipped purchased land last fall adjoining eodo, and with ovti!ninfc m noy un< corporations, from that point during thu past swi- the town-site, has come on and has dcr false pretences, J. J. Moore, tho but It would make a huge mistake if son. Two yours ago not a bushel started the erection of a farm house Medicine Hat undertaker, is at pres It foliowed a "give In" policy in was ship pod. and barn. ent out on bait placed at $2,000. It t V 4 If few  4 SO list me for at pr i ce buyer. 9 A I Temporary Office, in Lethbridge Saddlery Co Store 3 doors South of Lethbridge Hotel ;