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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 22, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta miBRIDGS HERALD S'WSON A BUCHANAN - Publishers r B. aiMfSOS W. A. BUCHANAN SUBSCRIPTION: J .Advaace - 1.50 a year iritfrwlaa - ta.OO a year .fohn Jlnico, staunch and solid cit-  izorx as he is, does not seek public j * ^ � J honors, but he could get Ihem it he # ^\   1 D i By tbc * ever nodded his head. He is a solid |  V* Xi/ ^ M r \  citizen and enjoys the respect ot ev-1 � QN THE SIDE Tttlter  crybody. i  !  l.nPt Friday wus Re^;Ma dny, ch, wo mean a niudtly day. Thoy'ro sr'^''"8r baby parties in Win nipeg. What will be ihe next fad? The Salvation Army does a good work, it roaches the class ot people the thurch cutiuot reach A friend o{ luiue not a chvirch man, toW me his giviiicfs to the cause of ivligion found u place on the Army tamborine. But ADVERTISING; Vei Month Coiiipc'tition i'- " big MiiiijC. I'l is a pil\- WL> have not more i-f it hi'-e ' in tl\o rnilroiid lino. In L.liiionton, when the C. 1'. H. was 'he ..'liv i.md i We had our first glimp.se of the I Saskatoon Phoenix this Nveek. Xo $1.00 Per Inch j danger of that town standing .lill : with such a papei' as the I'ho.-ni.t ' jhoo.sting it every weeli. U is pncked A LETHBRIDGE POLICY n^^''^' �""t onlv believe advertising pnys, era! tonvontion echo the .sentinieiiis, but think it is a good invest-we boUevc, of all people who Iibvo niont to help along a jiaper .'.kc the the wellnre ol Lclhbridse and l>eth- rhoeni.x. bridffe district at heart. The policy pronounced on lhe*)iics-tion of labor, is advanced, and .'�li-.'us that the cause of the working nan v'ill not be neglected by the Liiierul eandidatc, if he adheres to the es of hi.s supporters. 'I'hero is no danger of Mr. Sinuuons failing ;u carry out the desires expressed at ' lie convention. The pronouncement in favor of a bonus to t!ie lieet sugar industry i.s Jn accord with the views of &;i clnrs-t�s of fK.'opk> in (his section of Aliier-la. lleet sugar is bo>nid to bo \ho great "industry of this di-^tiict, but it iKVds encouragciiK'ht in it.s d.'v-iiieut from the Province. A lion'is is given to thJ.s indnslry in Ontario, and there is no reason why a similar ,,,,,. j.^,, mik-und talk sense, course shoidd not be followed in Ai-| to,_i, the (most stvle. Dr. liivers bertn. Beet sugar is making money,,,,,,, nco.s i t^a'-io sort the good ond cxi.'.'ting, but out-of-town people, fel. bfld apples that they send west. Coin- ,vi-jh- cnti-nn ot tlie .Sinci the city, the iiu'roiiivuts w i rc ini'ix.x- of the big- i-or;");Mtion. the Canndinn .Voilh.'rn i mm in lows in Kuijland, \\h,, are holiJirg,''"'ssionor Coombs explained the lot.s until the price is l)ig enough Lu j'^'''"i' t^'i'oftian's scheme as follows: liriU'^ them oivougli mont-y to buy a ensile or a title. It is a pi-ty that same of them ever hc.'.rd of lj->th- Ihe r. 1". U. is on its kn.>es lie^t^ng for business, ljut ICdmo'iron i.s .uAiHg that road the go-l>y, ns a punish-nionl for its liusl siu�. bridge. Uight in the heai't of the j town ih.'ro lies toa, that if only put on tbc mj,r'vet. would swil (juickl.v and I c built upon jnst as fjipirih . Lethbridge district is ilio li.i'uo of oratons-and not the v.indy ki rt eitlier. .\l llie Liberal convention elorpience simply pinit-ed foiLli. IL il-McDude. Vresidout of the lUiynujnil Boanl of Trade, looks to be a oung- the value of his land. We want to not a dry word can Inr picked out of push along an industry of that kind. ,.,.,|,,,.|^^. V fellow nnniod .Vu.s- Ue understand more is i�aid for s'>K-i,in, from Stirling. is a dandy too. nr beets at the Uaymond factory j .j,,,^. i,i),e,..iis neednt, go outsidy for platforni in the than in Idaho and other Western States, and ycl the l{aymo..d people ca.npaign. do iMt get nearly the same figure for J __ their product, due to the elVorls that | ^^^^ are l^ing u.ade to crush out the bcn^t! ^^^^^ boosting Lethbridge as a c ntre sugar rehnery by the cane sugar re-i^f agricultural development and in-fincries. A bonus would protect the. opportunities t>e�t sugar business in Alberta. The Herald would like to see the bonus granted, and believes if Mr. Simmons IS elected he will use bis utmost endeavor in that direction. We also I hope the day is near when Alberta' iieople will adopt the policy o( using' Alberta sugar altogether, and" thus' stimulate home industries. A strong stand was taken in favor ol a land titles office being establish-: I'd. We all know it is ninnt;.i Wns fill-eil Willi fiiaV-lir.'iicd. (leaf nnrl inaiin-(�(I pat riarclis. IMniiy of tlveui sb'pl. | !he i;ivat..r pari ul' the .'ies,>ic;n. aii.l, a .voimi; lady, ii,,w living in lOlnion-j ten. ih,' flaii,i;hier of a si.-nntor hor-j .self, wandered into the Senate t, nei 'lav ,n;l look t\ -"^'at in the gallery.' ,\s she looked down, she exclaimed: ; ".Mv. are all thos*j old nion d'.ad?" j Her remark was occaSiomd by the; fuel iihal nio.'Jt of the senatoi'S wtjiv .S.JUIKI asleep with thvir hoad.s on their desks. IJr. Ue \'ebor will keo-i tliein a�ako. He 'is too much of ttie lively westerner to sloop, e.vcept at n^vhl. A mnn is a fool lo ar^uc on poUt-ica or tvligion. It is foolish to imagine business is bad because there is a strike. Look at your cash register and see if you are not taking in as much coin ol the realm as a year ago. lawyer, lealizes the necessity of such an oillce here, jnore than anybody else. Mr. Simmons, as will bo seen, is i , � , i n .' ijiapor has been the best friend Cran-the advocate oi a strong Lethbridge ' ' . , � brook ever had. and Southern Alberta policy. He is a man fully capable of advocating Dm.eab Marshall stirred the senti- Kev. T. C. lluchan.n strolls up j anJl down Alberta ns superiivtetKloiit i of Jlethod'ist missions, giid he has i many amusing experiences. Not long; ! ayo be was conductin,,;' a sjrvice in i I the now town of Stettlor, cast of L'n- ' I eonvbe. The improvised church was: i a new .�lore. Ihe pipes from the! j stove wore iiut throvigh a window a-s \i\ chinuiey had not bct'W built. IIro' ! the coiigi'ogatioji and oi�o dog gath-' j ered. .As the preacher was talking. | j the lIo!;' got linea.'jy (prol.i�bly ho wa.s iguilt.v oi ui-aiiy sin.f) and wanted to j ' i jiet out. Tile door wns do-qail and i ("ranbrook has had a 100 club there j j,^^ .vamlerwl about i.ntil it: in the Herald since its begi^nning.Jl'hatig^i^j window where the | stuve |)ipe.s got out far enough t.o j What we need in this town is confidence, and piles of it. Pessitniam is i a mighty poor thing to build up o It looks as though two initials are to be predominant in this campaign. the/ demands of this district. He has I'lnenls of the former citizens of the allow ibi; s'liioke to e.^cape. Jn a .SeC-j ond the canine made a leap thco.igh � the wiiKlow, and tlit> s.'rvice proceed-, ed. The .silory is told of a miui-S'twr i in the backwoods of Ontario v.bile' l.veJthbridgc and district, what Leth- uberly-loving people' should afhliate bridge and district are entitled to. � ,wth the Liberal party when they ^'Ihen we say, the wise course for^,.,,,^ t,^,,,^^^ ^^^^^^^^ t,,^ c.t./ens to pursue is to elect a gov-|,,^ ^^^^ ornmcnt .supporter-to eject a man ^.j.^^, who will always have Leihbridge and; _ district foremost in his mind. and| ^, ,,i, ,>, ^ true will secure for this region, legislation L�ihbridgo and district. He-, that will aid in our development and ^^,. ^ble to ' advancement. ,. I lirosent them lo the Legislature in a The general policy of the Liberal party, which Mr, Sinunons will s�i>- . port, IS progressive. It is a policy ,. ... ., . , ,, . . I ' . ( nnadians will think all the more that, ji followed, will put tho nev' , ,.  � � *^ iof Sir Wilfrid Lanrier, since it is au- Province of Alborta on a solid toun- If' station. Xothing should �p|w�al lo the ; flectors of -this I'rovince move; (nounced he refused a fieerage. Strongly : sentiment ::erford - . than the public ownership | The .Vews gave currencj' to a rc- school hou.se. haviiis? hi.s congroga-| fioii ari.se in a l>Ody and rush to tho , door. On SL-Jking an explanation, ho ! found, that a Inrrd of deer was es-{ piud cotnin-g- down the road, and proved to be a greater nia,4'.i..'t ll'&n I tha .scriuoii. _ I .Vnother minister in the tame d"is-j trict was conductiog a service in UlieJ homo of one of tha settlers. In tl'4 mid.sit of his discourse the aiUtU bo.v of thj house rushyd into tba room and up to his lathcr, and .shouted, "I'ai^er, the olent .several rlu.\s here | raised in ! in an effort to get the Lilior^il i .'m-' American Hund.iy papers, particular-.would be foolish to return an oppon-, j,^^^,^.^^^^ j^,,. ^, Simmons. .Nvthirg' ont to u Government that is seeking fanlier from the truth. Mr. , to provide us with a Oovernmontj^f,,,.,.^,^,,, Liberal o.gani/.-ir, ,.n. Firstly, there is a wise selection: secondly, there is careful transportation and kindly trans-jiortalion over the mighty ocean; thirdly, there is wide and careful distribution. Sir, it is said that every good citizen inlrcKiuced into a country is worth SI.000 to the country. ilut, sir. I am in a position to speak of a colonization scheme, that is already inaugurated, tor I had tho honor today of sitting with some gentlemen and signing the basis of on agreement, which . has in it the promise of great and grand success. This scheme affects for the moment tho great Northwest. It has associated with it on tho one hand men of high standing and repute, who ai-e prepared to back up tlieir interest in it by putting into it in lands and capital, for a start, 1,000,000. Now. I do not stand here tonight to tell you thof these gentlemen are going to do this busi-jiess for fun. Not nt all. But I tlo toll you this, that niy knowl-fflgo of Ihein, and I see represented here on the platforni a gentleman-tro gentlemen-who are interested in this plan. I refer to Colonel McOillivray on my left, and Mr. Hod.son, who will have something lo do with the nion-agemont of this great scheme for the Independent Order of Foresters and the Salvation Army on tho other side; while they, with their eyes open to the benefits of llieir people. .seek to get out of Ihe venture a moderate, a I'oason-nb!e, I say, a reosqnable return . for the iiione.v they ia,v out, will you plea.se. sir. believe me when I say to you that with the little skill that I have got I will try to si>e that the Salvation Army, for the poor people we seek to help, will get as much out of it as pos-.sible, in order to help those poor people and bo a blessijig to Ihehi. 1 cannot for tho moment tell you where the location of this first colony of people will be, but I e-xpect some preparations will made, and that tho first batch of people, the first party, will be sailing from ihe Old Land, by the latest, on the boat, the Kensington, that sails in May for this land. I am associated with men of honor, who have had under their control large capital, in tho interests of a vast number of people, seeking to do the best they can for ihe people who belong to their Society in sickness and in health. These people join hands with us in trying to help deserving people over tho seas as well ns deserving people in Canada; and, sir, their reputation, and Ihe reputation of the Salvation .\rmy combined, I think is a guaranioo that the ver.y best will he dono for the people that we shall bring lo these shores. T' A \ () 1{ \ A C CIN ATI ON. The Herald has been rpquestcd to publish the following editorial comment from the Toronto News; It is ii'iiiarkable "t'iiat the Board of Education should have sa ra.shly and summnrily declared against compul-HQiy vaccination. It is doubtful if the Hoard gave tho subject adequate consideration, and certain that its coiicliision wus unwise. Tho clllcacy ot vaccination was established long ago. but with certain minds nothing which contains an element of compulsion is ever accepted. Hysterical, irrational and unscientific as is much EDITORIAL NOTES os with a normal 0 feet, and a normal lii'l up to 20u I'eot. longer drive heatls and higher lifts requiring stronger ami special happ'er than r.ii.N thing except being goo oU U'lit . tionists. It commands a certain ro- Fully a hundred delegates were V.'prcscnt at last Saturday's pdllPical 20 million.s of gallons per day pow-; convention, and a lot ot thcnij cainojor. They roffuiro nc attonditico, and through a howling storm to got here. \ tho only wearin;^ parts aro tho riib-The attendance and the enthusiasm bors of the valvc.s. How docs this ' iproves that Liberalism has a lot of Kriko tho fanners of Albort.v who; ijitaunch fMcnd.s m this section :.ire on or nenr llic numerous stroani.s fe}s-4ss>v-- of AUx-ria, an'""'�'. mu\ knows a {food'quarantine. Kurely tho Hoard ot Ed-to. .shut down cn lemtiWT; money on sanijile when ho meets one, told ,'me j neat ion cannot have given full con-thn present liflftatcd value oi the city the other dav that W, H, Oushing siderution to all the possible dang-real ostate. Th's move has caus:>;l Con.'�tornaticii in bu.siiioss clrcle-'J. H was the strong man of tho Alberta er,s and conseqiionces of its action, irh|B''pa|>ar on "municipal otvnor- t9�'^u^'"'l^' "T^ul ^'TT lH"claTnu;r'tho^anks"7.;3;rTl�m: f'"-"'""".eiu. There is no �loubt .hat and, failing a reversal of'its indg- V^*" . *^ � � "^^ ^ f ttnroasonoblo prices prevail- ^'r. i^u.shing is an abler man (haniiiient, Ihe Oovernmont, which is re- J|||^/:^nuiiic>pftt problems Mr. Oliver is, in; for insida property, a.s five or .six most peoplo imugiiio. Ho is u sue- spon-silde. for tlio general health oi business man. and I of thoRoJn.'�litutionH are s.,id to hav., cessful business man ot iiound prln- tho Province, should consider if any and the more the people of' School Hoard should have power to �WCC4?BK.'^ it ill bccaiiTO be above ah.it (ho property was really, Sunny Alborta boo of him the bettor pass such a resolution as tho l">oron-fliWWH^vhnt'ho is talking about, i worth. 'they will like hiin.^ iio Coord has adopted. so:ocro:o:o:o:o:o:o:o:o:o:o:o;o mxQroiorojQxxg^^ tmwm \m Olorks Co., Wu Manufacturers of GREY IRON AND BRASS CASTINGS MACHINE SHOP WORK PROMPT-LY 9f CORRECTLY EXECUTED MINE AND SAWMILL WORK A SPECIALTY We want a chance to figuro on your CASTING AND MACHINE WORK No matter how large or how sitiall SELLING AGENTS FOR ' Canada Foundry Co.. ateam pumpt. ! Gurney Foundry Co., steam and hot water heating. Canadian Asbestos Co., Asbestos cement. Ontario "Wind Engine and Pump Co.. -windmills, etc., wood and steel water tanks, all capacities. OIOMOMOroIOIOIOTOTOIO 3 rSXaX5)rrrrrrrrS)r(^^ IF YOUR WATCH Hnsij'l been cleaned in the last two years yoti are doing it an injustice. Yon wouldn't let a machine ran for a week without oiling it-let alone a year. A watch is the highest type of machinery, Bring it to its and have it attended to. We guarantee a first class job. Prices light. Wm. C Liphardt SucceuoT to A. Zilliix Jeweler - Optician ALBERTA REALTY Co/s MONEY MAKERS Some good dwelling j rjp-erties in the North Ward. Prices low, terms good. Best locations on Smith st. for warjhouses. A good lot for business lo-cati n-11750, A spit n lid tract of irrigable land, one mile from town, all broken and surveyed for 5 acre lots. C. R. DANIEL ll'lanager. Offices-Southard Block TOWN LOTS NOTICE The underBiguetl gives notice that he has captured a stallion (Description: -Age '6 years, lieight 14 Iiands. weight 8501bs, Color Grey witij White i'ace. Indistinct brand on left shoulder) while rnnniiig at large, contrary to the provisions of the Entire Animals Ordinance. The said stallion is detained on tlie Tabef Coal Mining Company's Premises and if not claimed in due course will be dealt with according to law Tlie capture was nun lo at 12;30 p.m. on Friday the i)th clay oE March IDOfJ- SGD, JOHN A. LAESON Taber P O. Captor. In the Estate of Colin Graham Ciark, Deceased. All creditors and others having claims against the estate of Colin Graham Olurk, intestate, are re-qttired by order of the Chief Justice dated March the 'ith 15106 to send the same in to the undersigned achninistrator of said estate IJioperly attested together with a statement of the secnrity if any held by theui on or before iha iirst day of May, 11)00, after which tlate the administrator will proceed to distribute the assets of the said Colin Graham Clark amongst the parties entitled thereto, having regard only to the claims of which such administrator has then notice, L. M. JOHNSTONE, Adminlstkator, TOWN OF LETHBRIDGE NOTICIO i'h iKToljy given that all pcrson-s .-e^iiiiriiiij a sidewalk under tho IL.oci\l Imiircivcniont By-I^nw I'or the coining' year, are reqiiostetl send to the undersigned, bcforo TLst of March ne.\t, a petition inenioranduin fnibodyius their in.intl.s, sotl'iiiK out clearly the bloclcs and strceLs whoro^said iuipi'ovoinents i.s desired. DATED at L.'tlvbricL^e thi.s 28tli day of l-'cbruary, 1906. C. 11, nOWALVN, Sec r et avy -T rea.s u j-er. to tJlio or do- TENDERS FOR GRADING Behind Time There's no Excuse For beias Late Scaled tenders will bo received until 7 p. m. Wednesday, the 28th of srarch, tor the grading of the grounds of the Ix'thbridge Athletic .\.ssociation, I^td. Appro.vimttte amount of earth to Ijo moved, 5,000 yards. Lowe.-it ' or any tender not necessarily accepted. Plans may be seen at the ofllco of tho Secretary, A. jK. iruri)plirie.s. All tenders . to be Clocks are not very exix!n-sive. Not here at least. All styles of clocks are shown here. See the weather oak case clocks. They are the; latest. What's new we have and what we have is new. VI. J. Armstrong JEWELER ENGBAVER OPTICIAN. marlced "Tcndirs for Grading," and addi-o.s.sod to A. K. lUMPHmES, Secretary I^ethbriilge Athletic As-.sociation i-rtd. TOWN OF_LETHBRIDGE Notice to Teamsters and Others Xotice i.s hereby given that tho Town Council of Lethbridge willpay Iho .sum'or Five (.$5) JJollars to the /ir.st team getting the Fire Kngine out to a Fire or lo a I'ractit'e. llv Oi'der, V. 11. HOWAIAiV. Sec rotary-�J'rett.sUrcr, NOTICE. NOTICE is hereby given "that application will be made to the Parliament of Canada at its next session for an act to incorjxjrate a Kailway Company under the name of the Alberta Northern Railway and Coal Comiiany, with power to construct and operate a lino of Railway from a jwint in or near Lethbridge, thence Northwesterly toaix)int at or near High River, thence Nortlierly to a point in or near Calgary, thence Northerly anil to the West of the Etlmonton branch of the Canadian Pacific Railway to a point in or near Edmonton, also branch lines to Red Deer and Welaskawitt and from any other point or points on the proiX)Ged lines, not exceeding in any one case thirty miles in length with power, to constuct ami operate telegraph and toleiJhono lines, to acquire, develop and convey over its right of way, oi* otherwise, electric power, and to sell and distribute the same, and to acquire and operate steamboats and ferries in connection with the Railway, and to acquire and develop mines antl de-l�3its of coal aitd other minerals; all of which works aro to bedeclar-etl to bo for the general atlvantago of Canada. Dated at Windsor, this BOth day of January, 1906, A. J. ARNOLD Windsor, Out. Solicitor for the Applicants. NOTICE NOTICE is hereby given that application will be made to the Parliament of Canada at the next session thereof for an Act to incorporate a company to be calletl"The Grand Trunk Pacific Branch Lines Company", with power to constrnct and operate the following, amongst other lines of railway.-From Brandon to Calgary; From Calgary, or in the vicinity thereof, to a junction with tho Grand Trunk Pacific Railway at its fourth terminator in the vicinity thereof; from Calgary, or the vicinity thereof, to a junction with the Grand Tnmk Pacific Rail-way at its fifth teminnl, or in the vicinity thereof;From Calgary to the boundary line between Canada and the United States; as well as such other lines pf railway as the 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 grantetl to Railway Companies by the Railway Act, and in addition thereto the following, viz: to ixiwers charter vessels, make and recover shares in steamship business, to hold lands, wharfs, wareiiouses etc; and to expropriate lauds therefor; tq own hotels etc. and lay out parks; to issue bontls on all its projjerty, to construct and operate tramways, telegraph, telephone antl submarine lines, and general tratlic bridges; to develop land and water powers; iicquire patent rights; gram, aid to settlers: and to sell or k-as.-. to, or acquire other railways. W. H. Biggar, Solicitor for applicants Dated at Montrea. this 30th day of January, 1?H)(5. COAL . FAMINE AT CAllDSTON Cardslon, March 18.-Tho supply of coal all winter Huh been tleflcicnt here, although the entire country i.s underlaid with black iiiamondii. Tho . strike at lethbridge lias I^ethbridgo has brought matters to a crisis. Two cars rooched hero Saturday, and wn� all Mold in u few minutes, and famine Im iuiininont, and the \vi>nther is cold; conNoqucntly the situation i.s serious. C A. Cuttoi'cM huK been appointed chief disnatcher of Iho C. I'. II. nt Fort William, vice A. Hnlton, tfans-ferrnd to Cranbrook. Tho latiicr is now iti Loa Angelos for hla houlth. Mr. Oottorell was formerly at Cranbrook, Itcgina and Kcnora> . LOST lietweoii railway Station and * Av- lington ITotel, a Northwest Com. niercial travelers ticket in favor of Michael Troy, No. N lllC. Ploaso icavc at Arlinston Hotel, Lethbridge. �* St Morris & Hend-richs Transfer Co. CONTRACTING DRAYINC COAL DELIVERY Cash must accompany orders all coal Office-First door south of Solvation Army barracks. Telephone 77 Synopsis Of Canadian North-West. HOMESTEAD KEQULATIONS. Twonty yettr.s' in penitentiary waa tho penalty "iniposed on Clay by Judge Mather.^ for killing William Cooper in the ^^iti^mierman Block, Winnipeg. / ANY even numberert sectloa of Dominion Laudi In Manitoba, Saska^chewaa and Alberta, excepting 8 anl 30, noc re>ervei], m-y be bomesteaded by. any person who U iha �o'e bead of  family, or any male over J8 years of age, to tbc extenkot one. quarter Becilon o( acres, more or less. Kntry may be made penonall y at tbe local land office for the dlBtclct In which the land la �Ituate, or if the homesteader detlree, be may on appUcatloa to tbe Minister ot the Interior, Ottawa, the Commissioner of ImmlKratlon. Winnipeg, or the local tsen\ receive authority for some ose to-make entryfor him. The homesteader Is required to perforin the eCndltlons connected therewith under ou� of tbe tLhoWlos plans.: 1, At least s'x nibatbk' residence upon and cultivation of the land la each year for.: three years.  .8. If Ihe father (i-jr IT other. If the father \y dccieased) of the home-tcader rtsldes upon a farm In the yieiolty of the land entered for tbe requlrcmenia as to residence may be satlsOcd by such person tesidlng with tbe father or mother. 3, If the eettlerhashlapetnianeDt residence npon farmlnK land owned by him In tbe 'vicinity at hla homestead, the retiutreaents as to naldcaee may be sailsUcdby residence upon thesaltl land, 8U inonhs' notice in wrillog should be Klven to tbe Commissioner of Dominion Land* M Ollawa ot Intention to apply for patent. . W. W.0O�Y. Deputy of tbe Mlolster of the Int�clor. Subscribe for The Uersld,, ;