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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 22, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta BRIDGE HERALD r- - i - � Er � six �at): ifea John Jtriico, staunch and solid cil-iron as ho is, does not seek public S'M^SON A tVtfCHANAM honor*, but he could got them if he Publishers l*v?r nodded hlH head. Ho la n solid \\\ A. BUCHANAN eltlfceu and enjoys the respect of ev- ' cry body. GOSSIP �>�� ON THE SIDE Tattler SUBSCRIPTION: . Advance - tl.BO a year tnarwiaft  $2.00 a year They're giving bahy parties in Win nipeg. What will be lhe next fed? A new-earner invnriivMy ivnmrVs on l,n*t Friday w�s lUv�\ tiny, th, ^ i we menu n muddy day.  I __  I The Salvation Army does u good work. It roaches the clems of peo|>le tlu� church cannot roach. A friend of mine not a church man, tokl mo his givinip to the cause of ivllgion found u place on the Army tnmborine, But �1 F o:o: the tnerrhmitN. who not ttuly holiiwe advertising pay*, think It is a good invest- the way our town is scattered. ft s)>eaking of the Army, the local of look* to them ns though the win:! had blown the house* here and iheiv. I hope the town will prow so thut (hew stinburhttn spots* will not look as though they Junius on u tli.'cker honed. \Vt* vvr.m a compact fleer handed me u copy of the War cry the other day. with an account of a big meeting held in Toronto, at whirh tien. Month's plans for colonization work in Canada were announced. The Army expects to send many MACHINE SHOP WORK PROMPTLY V CORRECTLY EXECUTED MINE AND SAWMILL WORK A SPECIALTY 0 place with few vacant squares of ^ttters to the west from Knglnnd. luud in the centre of the town, as at present. Local properly owners �\re and Oenernl Mouth is picking the good from, the bad, better than On* the welfare of LcthbriUgo and bridge district at heart. The policy pronounced on thewpus-tlon of labor is advanced, and Mi..\\s that the catise of the working nan v ill not bo neglected by the Littoral Leih- Phoenix Coinpet it ion � log 'hint*, it i* a pits we b;\\e not more .'f it In 'i� in the rnilroail line. In l.-biionton. not to bhimo for these clreiinwUiluw trtrio fn,it nwn 8ort lho �0OtX nml bad apples that they send west Com- Coombs explained the Army chlcftinn's scheme as follows: when the C. V. U was *h......;� i uid enndidnte, if he adheres to the .vim* ..ntriMiir the city, the nwivnent?* w� re en of his supporters. There is no clanger of Mr. Simmons failing curry out the de convention. The pronouncement in fax or of a bonus to the beet sugar indusm in In accord with the views of all classes of people in this sei'tioii of Aloer-ta. Meet sngnr is bound to l�c 'ho givat induslry of this district. it needs oiicouragtMiieYil in it^ d �m'!om-itient from the Province A bonis given to this indusiry in Ontario, und then* is no reason why a similar course should not l�e followed in Alberta. Meet sugar is making immcy for Ihe farmer, and it is 0u'reusing the value of his hi ml We want to push along an industry of that kind. Wo nmter*tnhi| mure is paid for Might beet** at the tta>mond factory than in Idaho and other Western Stales, und yet the Way mond people do not get neurlv the name figure lor their protlucl. due to the eiToits that uro living made to crush out the beet sugar refinery by the time sugar refineries. A bonus would protect the Iteet sugar business in Alberta The Herald would like to see the bonus lit the nieir\ of the big � nie �iss*'-�tter Int.** tintil the prieo is big enough t.� hritur them em>ugli numey to buy a � ustle or a title. It is a pity that **onie of them ever ho-r.l of Ijoth-' �u-idge. Uighl in the heart of the town thTe lies today a lot of land, oon.-d b,\ iiitn neiostf the H'u, lh.it if ^ onU |.mt v�n the in,,r\et, w* uhl �oI 1 f qtnel*I\ and le built \tp it in�t rtH rt,pidl\ We want a chance to figure on your CASTING AND MACHINE WORK No matter how large or how small &&o:o:o:o:^ SELLING AGENTS FOR Canada Foundry Co.. ftteum pump*, a-umey Foundry Co., ateam and hot water heating- Canadian Asbestos Co., Asbestos cement. Ontario Wind Engine and Pump Co.. windmills, etc., wood and steel water tanks, all capacities. o:o:o:o;o:oxyo:o^ 1 �otri u *�rr> about I he M like, but keep boosting Ix'thbridge as a c nlre of agricultural development and industrial opportunities It is foolish to imagine business is Dr !>�' Xe'nr's el.�V.ition to the S�nite re'uimls me of n story 1 i n x�nat.� wa� ftll-� I wwh �ia> -hi.'o-i d. deaf mid mnim-d pat t u|H hs Mun\ iheiu slept tin* ure.it r part ..i the �**-,it,n. anl ;, tonuit lioix. u,,w ii\im; in Y/boon-( i. n th* d.,urhter ^^( a �*'ttator h*lr-*-elf. wandered into the Senate i ne in I look a fcvui in the gallery. \v vhe looketl down, she exclaimed M; . are :�il tho�v� old men d ad?" I let* remark was t>ceil�*ion d by tho met that iiuv-i of the senators woi\� **. niwd osleop \v it h their heads on i heir d, v\s. l�r De N-oVr will ke0;i ;helu auake lie 'es too tilth h Of the lively westerner to sleep, except at n1i.ni. A man i* a f'>ol to ar.^Ue on polit- granted, and believes if Mr Simmons b^ lluin% is ft slriU(. U elected he will use his utmost en* deavor in that direction We al�o hop� the day is near when Alberta people will adopt the policy of using Alberta sugar altogether, und thus stimulate home industries. A strong staud was taken in fax or of a laud title* oilice being established. UV all know it i� needed 1 ttdly enough, ami ii any man can get a here, it m \V V Simmons, who, uh a lawyer, leali/eb the nece*Mt> of aucb an olUee here, more than unybody elsi* Mr Siminoix. as a ill be mvii, ih thw advocate oi a stioug Jj*th�>ridge and Sou'hen; AP/citu policy. He �h a man fully capable of advocating the demand* of this district. He has lived In this country long enough to know our neeiN. lie in a tighter, and will devote his nine to securing (or ljL*thhi idgv and disuict, what l.eth bridjTe and dislntt ate enttlleii to Tht�n we su> . the uim* nmr.^e for eiti7ens to ptirsin* i?� to elei t a government 'supporter-to chtt a mun who will nlwavs hu\e 1 .ethbridge und disicicl I'oreiiiust m lu^ moid, and will fcevure for ibis region. |egi�lattou at your coaIi register and see if >oi arc not taking in as much coin club tier,-oi the Herald since its tegiuuiug That pap**r has l�een the besi friend (Van-brook ever hud Diincab Marshall stirred the sentiments of the former citl/ens of the American WepuUtc when he ebxpienl-ly o^eclared at the Liberal eoiUen tton 1 hat it was only naturul that idieriy-hji ing p*Mp!e shouM adPtule �\ itb the laberal party � hen t h��> tain** to t'anud.i, lee a use the Liberals had ctcr tu en (he frietid� of liberty. present them to the Legislature, in u coiiMnciug stvle I'anaibans will think utt the of Sir Wilfrid Lnuieu. since it iitiuut-i*d he refused a peerage more is an- Th a r�-I tin- r-1 . -I ^4 - tt ** Simmons wdl Im� a true friend to Ij'thhridge and tlistrict He that will at- |uirt, is progressive. It is a policy that, if followed, will put the liev Province, of AIU*rta on a solid foundation. Nothing should upjH'at to the elect oi-s of this I'mvitue more strongly than the public ownership Sentiment whiih exists m the Ituth-erford . tioverument. I.ethhridf;e would Ih* foolish to return an opponent to a (Jovernment that is setting to provide us with a Covernment ^l|r..jlwj) hys*eiu of tidephoues, wheivl�y the farmers, as well us the merchants and other classes of our citizens, will be etui bled to secure this great convenience Ut the lowest possible cost. A Uovermuch( thai bus the ttcople'k interests in moid, should be sustained. Not only is gvivet mneiit ownership of telephones proposed, but an extension of the present system of government * reuiueries and the introduction oi *;oveminent eold storage, plants and pork (uu-kiug ho'tor-ie� Could the funnel ask for un> lietter legislation'' We thmk not The Government should be given the most enthusiastic support of the people in carrying out the policy that ban been outlined, und Lethbridge's duty, an we s**e it, in the coming bye-el�c\ioii. is to return Mr Sim-tnotis. V�*ws gave ciirivnt> to poll m lis Tuesday issue i fi,i* run Marshall s|*etit s��\ erul o:�.\ s here in an elitu-l to get tin* Li; er.il i �m-iiitttiou for W �* Smuuon>. .\*thug could Ih* fu'-tii*'!' from the truth. Mr is LilHM'al organ t *r. eiio he came to liothhridge gs until after thi* candidate nil I rieue� s N'ot lo.;g at,o he was conduct,n; a *#-rvice in the new town of Stettler. east of t.u eoml.o I he iinproVist*! church was a new Nture. rl lu� ptju-s fiom the stove were put through iX window im ti ehimney liad not I i> n built, iteiv tin- coiuremiii� n ui.d dog gathered As the pi'eiuher was talking. the do., got i.neasy i\t\\%\ ntd> lie wu>* ;uili\ oi manv s:ns� and wantel i�� ,et oii' Thi� door was �lo*�.sl an I '.he dog waU'l-'i'iMl about i.iilil it spied t he open window w here I be stoV e |�.|�e�i got out (ill i lUMUh to allow the mnoke I o e.^a/*-*. In a S*'�gb the w it- low . ami 0i> .wrvire priM'ui�d-ed Ihe story is (ohl td a iniiusK.r in tb.� back w in uls 4 if �im a no v, h de prea't.n; v.ry earm^il\, m a log svhool hotihe. Iiiiv in ^ his 4\mgrt%ya-(ion aiis,. �n a bmly ai*d rush to the door i'n s.*-kiug an o\phiuat ii n. he found that a le rd %,{ deer ^us cm pn�l i'uuiui; > to kivp it from P*t. A tJUKA r tt \Ti.H rtiWKIt I" ih- LdiUu ot the Hernbl Uar Sir-In (Yutial Onsjoii hVdiuulu lam bus ttt^'ti oeMfilho! o'ligat ion paip.t'tui With ad h�*ad of \\> fe�-t *\ inches bits A i.n lor j\e vol EDITORIAL NOTES Fully a hundred delegates wore present ut last Suturduy's political convention, and u lot of them came through a howling storm to get here. The attendance aud the enthusiasm U�r� of the valv*s. proven that Liberalism has a lot of Ulaunch friends in this section K-^l p^AvMf Clrace is the kind of a citi-^^en IMhbridge wuntn to keep. He is jjjl': putilic spirited man. and has great 1th' la our future, as evidene�i by e (act that ho will retain ull his estate holdings. The Herald that ho v ill soon bo back with unit. ,,i water ot 'JtiO gnlb ns a minute ti\ el iX lis** ol I *'."� bet . Th.' muuufuctui�is nf th.s kijd ot Hilt �r Pott'er claim ih.jt ih.�v make tnuehin-es with a normal drive head up t "�0 f*s�t, ami K normal bit up t > 2�>n t'eet, longer drive heads ami lugher lifts a* miring stnn;er i.ml spe T- --o--- Cmsid.-rabl-' object'oa h O* \.* . and niih-r instructive nor nl- f.viiu. bui tin* loliowing tit uf phil i.h��| hv from ' * llns-i! i' lirowu" i� a gem, einbr.i* in I the \i�r> b,,si� oi Chnsiian ethics and morality. HKSOLVKD. Th.it the nun falls alike on (tie 'Ust mi I t he unjust It don t make any diib r n e hov pood vou are. i! > on jump into the water and caul swim, you'll diown It d-ai't make nn.v diUVrence lu�w bad Mm are. it > on want to kii'p \ou must lake can. of a\oUi*setf. If \oii st >k-\ to lha rubs jniu'll be i\ e! I vv bet bel > oU al'e gtnal of liol  Hut if wui w.uh to be happv, > ou liitis! b.> good On the first of March will sail from Liverpool the good ship Kensington, with hfteen hundred men, women and children aboard her. One month before that ship sni 1 h every berth in her was booked, and neurly every man and woman coming on that boat paid their own fare, or If we had to help them we have good reason to believe we shall get back what wo have lent them to como to this country. ou this, that my knowledge of * hem. and I mvo represented here on the platform a gentleman- iv o gentlemen-who are interested in this plan. 1 refer to Colonel McCillivray on my left. and Mr Hudson, who will huve soineihour to do with the management of this great scheme for t he Independent Order of Forest-is and tin* Salvation Army on the other sale; while they, with their eves open to the benefits of I heir people. seek to get out of the venture a moderate, a reason-abb'. | say. a reasonable return for the money they luy nut, will \ ou please, Kir. believe me when I sav to \ou that with the little sk.tl that 1 have got I will try to i hiit the Sal vat ion Army, for the points on tho proponed hues, not exceeding in any one case thirty miles in length with power, to constuet and operate telegraph and telephone lines, to acquire, develop and convey over its right of way. or othonvise. elect-ric power, and to sell and distribute (Jraham (Mark, intestate, are re- the same, and to ncuuiru^ and oper-lifm T I Itfcli�iM|*lllnwSn^l>v oidor of the Chief dus- I a to steiunlvoats and ferries in con-nlll. L� LipilariU Hi tioe dated March the .Jth 1\W to Succtisor lo A. ZllIU* Jeweler  Optici to send the same in to tho undersigned administrator of said estate proiM'rly attested together with a statement of the security if any. j held by them on or before the first |day of Maw VMk after which date At iiraTA Brii T * a j the administrator will proceed to |of January, ItWn. ALBERTA REALTY Co. � i| distribute the assets of the said Colin Graham Clark amongst the [parties entitled thereto, having regard oidy to the claims of which such administrator has then notice. nection with the Railway, and to acquire and develop mines and deposits of coal aud other minerals; all of which works are to lie declared to be for the general advantage  MONEY MAKERS Some good dwelling | r>p-erties in the North Ward. Prices low, terms good. Best locations on Smith st. for warehouses. A good lot for business lo-cati n -$1753. A spli tt lid tract of irrigable  land, one mile from town, all ^ broken aud surveyed for 3 acre lots. of Canada. Dated at Windsor, this HOth day ry, ItWii. A. J. ARNOLD Windsor, Out, Solicitor for the Applicants. L. M. JOHNSTONK, AlOllMSTKAToR, TOWN OF LETHBRIDGE 1 i I I t C. R. DANIEL Manager. Otliccs-Southard Block Mlu; I. tuetuiu unduin t TOWN LOTS RcsMontial Lots in Blocks "C" and "F," Apply to H. MACBETH Real Estate and Insurance. XOTIl'M is Itciv'.y jjiwit that all j persere^uiriu^ u siilewulk tin.lor for to t ho Mai'h ue\t, i\ i>ctiiion or ein* o'Jyia^ tiieir th�-iiiniulH, selt'iuK out clearly the lilo;*ks aii'l HtreeiM where anul iiucroVoitientH is Oesiretl Tj l>\n:n ,t I., thtiitl u this 28ih � day of Kihrunrv. lUori. �' (V ii. BOWMAN*. % t SecivtaO -Treasuivr. 7 TENDERS FOR GRADING o Sealed teader* will ho rvcoivetl until T p. iu. U'tMlaetfUtiy. tho 28tli of TjMurch, for the Krmling ot tho x KrotinUs of tho T^thhrhlgo Athletic &r$m>$^^ ANsooiatioa. Ltd Approximate yards. Kowest or any temlor not noroKsarily accepted. PlaaR may ho *iH�n at tho ofllre of the Secrotary, A. II. Iluiuphrios. All tenders to bo !imrk"tl "Teiuli rs (or (Jrading/' and athlressod to A I-:, lit MPIIRIKS, Secret a ry Letlilu tdy;e A thlet ic As- Kociutifui l.ttl I* \ \ nit \ ACtlN'ATlON. The Herald lutt* h*vn roipiosted to i publish ihe fallowing editorial com-; mem jnuu tho Toronto Xows: H ih K-iiiarkuble 'iiuil �h'* H*�ui'�l %�f Kdu-j cation should have sw rashly and; Miiiiuiurilv declared aurtinst ct�inpul-| M>r> vaccinali"" Jt. is iloitbtfut if! the Houid gave tho sulijoct adoqiiato j cons.deration. and certain thut \\*\ toucluMon was unwise. Tho oltlcacy \ of \4icoiiiatuMi vvus ostublishod long! ug�. but vvi'h certain minds nothing; winch contuins un element u( com-j pulsion is ever ucco|iuh1. IlyHtorical, | irrational and uiiMrioatiftc as is imuh \ TOWN OF LETHBRIDGE There's no Excuse For being Late Notice to Teamsters and Others Clocks are not very exiien-sive. Not here at least. All styles of clocks are shown here. See tho weather oak caso clocks. They are the latest. ri.'uiilin.'ss ts next to tbnllnu'sa, l^-iius. u, W rh.,:n inakoh aol ,,f fl,v �( tlw anli-vueclno- I oing happ 'i ilmii i n\thn; except u��. i*l Sa> . b-.v h, v. h.\ not 1 o PotY Kiie is a ;.n,d aiul bl sstil thing, but \i >oii put your hand in it y�.u U L'et hui ut . S\ isn't the lire's fault. The as w itn-L. If Lei hbndgPouservat i\es need u lunvspapfi' man as their candidate, they're fuolUh to c, H*�arrh of olio. Krii nd tiontsts, H coiiiniands a certain speoi ui\ account of its undoubted Mncerit> . Ida cohl, pructical roas^ on. rather than oloniontary Monti-inont, should dictalo the action of the Hoard of Kducutioa upon a M"�"*tiou of such gravo iiuportanco to If wo should foii'go the practice of van hint ion ftvn or six yoai'H hunco the muss id tho school children would probably U' unvaccluutod, and ,,, an outbreak of smallpox, under gueh tlf circumstances, would nu-an incalcul- What's new we have what we have is new. Notice in hereby given that tho Town Council of l.ethhridge will pay the sum of Kue (ftJ.'it Dollars to the first team netting the Kire Kngine out to a Kin* or to a Pratt Uo. Hv Order, II. ItoWM \ X. Sect etar\-*l 'roasuror. NOTICE NOTICE is hereby given that application will he made to the Parliament o[ Canada at the ntrxt session thowof for an Aet to incorporate a eompany to he called "The Grand Trunk Pacific Hntneh Lines ConiiKHiyM, with jx)\vertu construct and o|h'ratc the following, amongst other lines of railway.- From Brandon to Calgary: From Calgary, or in the vicinity thereof, to a junction with the (iraud Trunk Pacific Railway at its fourth tenninal.or in the vicinity thereof; from Calgary, or the vicinity thereof, to a junction with the(irand Trunk Pacific Kail-way at its filth teminal, or iu the vicinity thereofiFrom Calgary to the boundary line between Canada and tho Tufted States; as well as F such other lines of railway as the Company may from time to time deem expedient Tor operation in conjunction with the 12rand Trunk Pacific Hallway System, subject to the approval of the Governor in Council; with all the usual powers grunted to .Railway Companies by the Railway Act, aud iu addition thereto the following, viz: to i>owers charter vessels, make and recover shares in steamship business, to hold lands, wharfs, warehouses etc; and to expropriate lands therefor; to own hotels etc. and lay out jHtrks; to issue 1 mud sou all its projierty, to construct and operate tramways, telegraph, telephone and submarine lines, and general tradii* bridges; to develop laud and water powers; acquire patent rights; grain aid to settlers: aud to sell or lean * to, or acquire other railways. \\\ If. Higgur, Solicitor for applicants Oatcd at Montren. this :10th day of January, UHMJ. . Armstrong JEWELER ENGR A VER OPTICIAN. LOST 1 lot w oen ra i I w ay M a t Ton a ail A r- lingtott I lot el. a Northwest Com. inorrjal travellers ticket in favor of Miuhaol Troy, No. X 1110. PIcum* leuvo ut Arlington bridg Hotel, I * that �i'-> i y i i 't\. Uus New m, ih well utorin. c| |.p. i- toss to tho coiaiuuaUy. This cal topies., and would ho uh,o to lead u Kriutt diNtrihutinK centre; front Hellion and lb>U*rtsoii ;t� well . .1. Voiiaif. COAL FAMINJ3 CAHDSTON. Cardston. March 18.-Tho supply of ! coal all vvlator haa boon dfOcient . ... ii. . . .. IIhmv, although tho ontiro country is here the dtseuso vvi.uld bo cnmcHl all; umlei.UU(1 W|ih black cUamoud�. A man who has rubbed unjust p\ib over the Province; purrhasorH would bo ilrivoa to otluu* placos, ami wo Would hi- Mihjt'rteil to a i'onuueiviul The Ktluioutuii hanks have itirid,�.l to shut iliiwii tu h'mbnjt an uey ou th1 roavtorimtii'ii in lm�iiums cbvlj��, Jl Ih t'Uiinied 1 hn I auks ai'�' to hhtru or on "municipal ownor-la" In another column. kIiows that ^^pliviy in- an inU'U�g**nt Hiutlunt ^uicipni problems. Mr. Oliver ih levcl^hoodtHi bttKinim man. and ho proa ounces municipal owner* ip A KwecoHs. it 1$ hecausa he \vh what ho i� talking about. lit- men for >onrs, und known a K"|J mst people iuiugiuo. lie in w hue- sponsible for lho gtaioral hoalth of coKKful business man of nound prin- th* Province, should consider if any riplew, und tin* more ih� people oi* School Hoard nhould havo power to Sunny Alberta seo of him the bettor pans such a resolution an tho Toroa-they will like Uiaiv to Hoard hue adupteU. C, A. CottoreH htiR been appointed chief diHimtchyr ot tho V. p. H. ftt Fort William, vice A. Halton. U'aus-ferrcrtl to Craubrook. Tho lattor i� now In l-^JH Angelas for his houlth. Mr. Pottorell was formerly at Cran-hr0oki Itegina and Kcnora, Morris & Hertd-richs Transfer Co. CONTRACTING DRAYINC COAL DELIVERY Synopsis Of Canadian North-West. HOMESTEAD REGULATIONS. Cu6li must neooinpuny orders nil coal OJBco-First iloor Bouth of vatiou Army barracks. Telephone 77 Sal- Twvnts year^ in penit**ntiury was the penalty inipusotl on Clay by Judg:o Mathers for killing William Cooper in tho Zuuaieruian Block, Winnipeg. ANV cvtfu numUereft hccUoq ot Dominion Lba mo bead of a family, or any male over ittrcai* of ate, to tbe extenfeof one quarter secilun of KM) acres, more or leas. Hutrjr may be made personalty at tbe local land ofilec for tbe doitrlct In whlcb tbe Uud is 0ltuate,or if tbe homesteader dektrei^. be may on �i>vUcaUua to tbu Mlniater of tbe Interior. Ottawa, ihe Commlaaloner ot Immigration, Winnipeg, or tbe local agent receive authority for aome ooe to malic entry for bim. Tbe homesteader la required to perform '.he conditions con-.eeted tbercwltb under oue of tbe ndlowloK planum 1. At least h'x luontbn* reelilence upon and cultivation of tbe laud In eacb rear for. tbtee year*. * 2. If the father (or it otber, tf tbe father Ih, deceased) of the home-loader rtetdes upon a farm In the vicinity of the land entered for the requirement* an to resilience may be aatuiUcd by i*uch pcraon tehMlnn with tbe father or mother. 3. If tbe jettler hashU pertcaiieat r-nidence upon farming Uud owned by htm In the vlcln-tiy of bla humeatead, the require a, euu aa to residence may be katUUed by residence upon the taU land. 61� monhB notice In writing ahoutd be Riven to the CommUHloucf of Dominion Land* at Ottawa ot intention to apply for patent. W. W. CORY. Pcput; of tbe Minister of the Interior. Subscribe (or Th� Herald. :q ^" j ;