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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 29, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta . MIDGE HERALD ^ff/MPSON* BUCHANAN Publishers � X^fj �. aiMI-^ON W. A. BUCHASAX Another law J er in coming to town. The more the tnerripr-for the courts. Huild tip Lclhbridftw. SUBSCRIPTION: I '.-Adya.ice - 9�.50 a year � Ihsrwlae  92.00 a year ADVERTISING: 1.00 Per Inch STAND BY LETHBRIDGE Who .su.\s Lethljridfife is not pros-IH-roiis? Did you see the crowd ot farmers in town Snmrday? Thafs a good sign. Any person of Liethbridgt! in town, i.s a who 8i)cnur churches i.s going to have a birthday ontortainnient, and those who attend are e.xpected to pay occorrfectly impartial roturning olBcor. The iroralds advice to the Lcth- and vote for Letbbridge. tht VH>8t intere.�its of J. J. Young, in the Calgary Herald, say.s: "Hut with all this, Edmonton can teach Calgarians one lesson. Hhen a movement for the good of the community is proposed, .vou don't hear a lot of critics and carpers going around imputing mean motives and v.hisforinsr that -some-LkkIv i.s trying So make a big rake-off. lOverybody works with a united will, and all citizens jire truly loyal to each other und to their town." If'.duionton can teach Lcthbrtdgc a smillur lesson. This town is cursed l�y a few knockers, who use the hammer on every occasion possible. A town cannot advance tmless there is unity aiiiongst ifi? cili/ens. One of our e.xchangos came to tis this wiHjk wrapiKHl in one of the pages of a dcpartnit'ittal store catalogue. That is the only use that !;liould be ma�le of the.se looks, though throwing them in the lire might 1m! even better. There is .sound scilsc in the following lemurk ot the Saskatoon Phocn-! ix: ".\ new.spaper'is an institution: Some personality may or moy not be iti (.\'idencx>. Ilut the life o( anj'community i.s bound up with the life of its newspapers. Their interests are identical." mm m .is so far behiiid the territory tributary to it. It is the duty of Ok : ' p�soplo to take all of this into con-tsidcration when they begin to .seri- :ously think of the coming election, ! and how they will vote. � It is all very well to say, "I am a i tiihcral and will stand i)at," or that "1 am a Conservative ant of us are in the west for what we can vdo for ourselves ami our families. Political divisions are all right, yet � there are times when the r|ue.stion of party supremacy'should be relegated to the rear, and the germ of ha'rd. romnion sense take a firm hold. I We alldelight in the expression, 'Watch Lethbridge grow." � 'Are we sincere in this delight'/ If ^ *o, let us stop for a moment and commune together over existing con. iditions. � At the first election hold iii this (Province, the Liberal party was te- * turned by a majority of aS to 2. li goes without saying, therefore, that the Liberals are largely in power,  and that any Liberal, no matter '/whom he might be, would have greater influence with the present -government than any t'onservative. , Jn view of tliese facts. I.othbridge 'should elect the Liberal nominee by (acclamation. We don't expect thai, yet if the people would consider their own welfare rather than partisan .success or partisan p�stigo. Mr. Leader Ilobertson. of the Opi.osi-,^immons would have no opposition. ji,, once a minister and lamil- .Mr. Simmons has been nominated.; j.^^ ,it.h revivals, but it will ke�p He is a most worthy gentleman and.,,i,, conducting a revival that will be a credit to Lethbridge, to the ; district and to himself. Air. KeHer, the Conservative candidate, is also a;ti,c heari-of "the Government. most estimable gentleman, a man of ability and a general favorite. Hut ,^11 tlie crookedness is not confined .what will thoso-qualities of mind do the American insurance compan-for Lethbridge, even supposing, for j je,. ^Ve have a fe^v"" wrong-doors sake of. argument, that he might iid.amongst our own, and the sooner olecteo to makn iny maiden speech dialling with the bullocks of the far west," added the chairman, "for to b� loyal you must: ' Iw true to the matchless beef of Canada. I would rather vote against my parly than against Canadian interests," declared the siteaker later on, and the House chivixMl until the ratters rang. Nothing is more desired by our cattle raisers than the i-einoval of the embargo, and if Mr. OrcenwotMl can succeed in convincing the British Parliament that it should be wi|)cd oil the books, he will have cr man who would tender for this work should be blacklisted.If Fernie can't got its printing done in its own town, it should not be able to get any done out. ol town. Fcrnie newspapers are loyal lo the town, and certainly cr the democratic Frank Oliver founded in the days when a man in a dress suit would have been thrown into the Saskatchewan, or woman in a modern fashion plate gown would have iK-en avoidec roasted in good old western style. There was pleni.y of sugar in the "lay" ut the Knymond . Board of Trade banquet. Lethbridge Itoarcl of Trade ought to hold a banquet; too; not to give its members a big feed, but to enable our merchants and professional place a stnmoling'men to meet around the dative We want to see jl'Oard and liccoino bettor acquainted. Somebody sent iijc a copy of the Spokesman-Review, of Sriokane, this week. In it was marked an article headed "No Allwrta for Lcblanc. After 1 read what Loblanc had say alMiut our country, it did not take long to decide that the fellow would'nt Imj much good anywhere Ho is a knocker from :Knockervillc He evidently ran against some ran cher who wants Southern Alberta to be forever a grazing country, and loaded his Yankee friend up with lot of rot about frost and a state iiient that live pixr cent, of the cattle died this winter. Whoever heard frost doing any harn^in this coun try. We havo'nt enough frost give us decent ice for curling. As't cattle dying, it is news to this coun try. The ranchers we have met 8a.v. the cattle are in fine condition^ never better. Olio of the Dakota settlers who was nere last week,'.said the oppor tunities for farming here were unexcelled. He believed Southern Alberta would be one of the greatest grain producing .sections of the world. .  � op-The in Vancouver is aiming at 100,000 population within the next ton years. Nothing like being ambitious. Ill this else, would it be o good thing for Lethbridge'? That is what, business men. property owners, workmen, ev(M\v- EDiTORIAL NOTES The I'Idinonton Jourhol says .1. T; I Moore, Jl. L. A., Bed I)ccr. may bo I taken into the Alberta cabinet to Inn the va \'elior's olovatioh to,the 8cn� jute. Mr. Moore is a capable 1 He IS iiroliably one of the best speak-body who have any interesv iii l.i,th- crs in the IjJgislature. He is heavily Irridge, dii>ectly or indirectly, imisi ; intoroste*! in iC-d Doer ami district, consider at this time. i Years ago, Mr. Moore uswl to lie Slans up for I..etht)ndge, and theJQii alderman in the City of Toronto. � iK'st way to do it is to .send a Liljer-! ' --- al member to act lor the best inter-1 ^Vestorn cattlemen will Ik' glad to csts of LethbridMo with nn ovei-j ,^.a,,, in,,,,.osts have a strong whelmingly Liberal AssL-mbiy, | advocate in the British Parliament In the iKii'sion of Harnar Orecnwood, M. P. for York. Mr. Orecnwood is a Canadian, a native of Whitby, Ont., and the "Canada," a paper published in Londbii, Kng., reports a speech he inade rece]nt|y in that city as follows:' - ; . Mr. Orecnwood, who mode . the happiest of chairiheh, in- proposing the toaist" "Canada^" lilluitr trated his remarks , with .huinbr-oiis stories of the nRpst. and ipj politics in 'England, wHich, isypk-ed a stream of witt.v sallies fr��n� every quarter of tho-rqpin. ' i SHe went in for ".varhs,^*fhp'dMilarwd, . in spite,: of the warnings of-that grand,Liberal, the late' Sir Wll-. liam Harcourt, .who once sajtl' tiO; him, "Mr, (ireenwoodi dOiS't tell yams, they'll be .vbur ruin; aa they have Iwen mind." His reply had been, "Sir William, you're a grand old ruin, and I shbiiid like to be One of the same kind;'' (Laughter.) Mr. Urconwood, in -ithe course of his H|teeeh, annpiinc-; ed that it was the intenUpMSbf Downing Street to deal with t*e , .fpllowing questions in wlilch' Caha'la wiis particularly, jnteHsst-. ed: �� ,1; To lieniov*; the, wibargiaf'on Canadian cattle. :'-^-^ �/�^��>.;� : 2 .Legalise iharriage; with a de;; ceased wife'a^iiBter, and to : Our people' do not realize the, port.iinities lying at their door, land here, 1 am told, is liettcr than at Saskatoon, and yet that country is lining up phvnoinonally. Why'.> lie-cause it is l)cing well advertised What we want is more literature circulation about Alberta. We want men like W. TI. Fairfield, V. J. Whitney, A.; E. Keller and others to relate their experiences in this coun-tr.v.; The Board of Trade of this town would do well if they would take this rfiatter in hand. Get up; pamphlet telling about the success of our farmora. Let men like Me.ssrs Whitney. Kcflcr ond Fairfield, write soinotlting about the land, and what the.v have got out of it, and won't bo long until the country filled up the way it should^be. To meet the advanced temperance V sentiment in Ontario, Premier Whitney is putting the license toe, to a ifigure that will be pi-ohilntivn to the .v'low Joints and similar curses of low ESllccnsos. This is tne right iioliry. A ^45;|ihigh license and still provisions for ''"''jViVho/: administration of the lif�f'jitelaw^ V will ilo more lor s^igjiteniporance end morality than even ||p':>'t'eni|)erancn people imagine. The old '&igO\'ernment in Ontario promised t;ho' piWrtniieranco people a more advanced |i*ineB�iiro than .WW but . never p'gayeilt to them. Whitney did not Iprpmise them anything, but i^s giving ftlwni A'good ileal. .'|,JA;vE. KcfTer bears all the api>oar-l^ijances of an intelligent and progres-^Hive-inan. To our mind, the Conser-'ff^'oH''' tould not have made a bct-j^K^chpice, and unless ue are badly 'littal(i>n,- their candidate will be Wdlt-to his.:party, as well as him-Sjle Um always taken an active in,.,puhl|f; 'affairs, both here Did it ever st rike, you' that v Lethbridge haa about aa .many, if not good many more advantages . than places mnn.v .vears older in the cast. A man from Toronto or Montreal can settle down hero and get the same conveniences he would have in the larger cities, waterworks service, telephone, electric light .and sewerage system. The only thing we have'nt got is a street railway, and we will have that when w0 need it. It inokes one tired to hear eastern (m>ople talk about the drawbackir of life in the wc>st.' They simply don't know what they arc talking about. Macleod is evidently getting 'very jealous of licthbridge. We don't see wh.v, for wo have never expressed any feeling that could be diagnosed at Jealously, towaids Macleod. A few weckK ago a .:Mocleod paper told the Hudson's Boy Co. was building a' 920,000 huilding hero, and a more ux|)cnsiv(i one at Macleod, evidently intending to point out that tho HudHon's Bay i>eoplo thought more of the'prospcvtsof Macleod than this town. Maybe they ut rei'useil rt. and supporteil the Hon. n. Clark Wallacoas an Independent Conservative. Twice he has been olfeifld the Conservative nomination for 'the ,1'rovincial Parliamcirt but refused. Jlr. Keffer is an advocate of good roads, and Vaughan Township' has today the be-s-t, roads in York Coun-ly as a result of his untiring efforts. lie was instrumental in organizing the Farmers' Insurance I C'ouipany, and in the breaking up ot the salt combine that existed in piir turio. and as a result, the price of salt ..dropped" from 91'% to 86 a ton. Air.Keffer also took an active' interest in all clean, healthy sports, and was the first man to defeat John lie!!, for man.v, years York County's champion marksman. NOTICE rile undersifTnecl gives notice that ho has captured a stallion (.Description: - Age iV years, lioight 14 hands, weight 850lbs, Color Grey with White face. Indistinct brand, on left shoulder) while running at large^ contrary to the provisions of the Entire Ani-jnfils Ordinance. The said stallion is detained on the Taber Coal Mining Company's Premises and if no^laimed in due course will be dealt with according to law The capture was maile at 12;30 p.m. on Friday the 9th day of Marcl^l9()G' SGD. JOHN A. LABSON-TaberPO. Captor. 1 REAL ESTATE TALK II. .1. Whitney has an option on the lots in the rear of the Union ilank. lie .says he is going to take them and in the near future exiiects to build a block there. During the week A. M. McCJucon sold a .small building and lot on Ford street, ne.xt .Shively'si livery stable, to a Cbine.se lauixlry man named Wing Lung for IjiilOO. .\ gentleman who bought,' a lot near the new t!.^P. U. depot for 250, has refu.sod ,00fJ for Die propcrt.v. . ( '  ' C. H. Ilowman informed the - Herald the other day that he hud con-dtictted real estate transfers aTiiount-ng to !|50,IM)0 withip two weeks. Tho Herald learns that three lots on a prominent corner .on Smith Street are held at SIO.OOO. ; .1. V. Higinbotham, while talking with the Herald .the other day, com-nentptl on the inflated value of real estate in Kdmonton. . KxoiM>itanl prices are being uskeil fur suburban residential lots. fn Vancouver, where the city is confined to,a very small area, S.'jOO a I'ot is considered a good price for residential lots in the liest part of the cit.v, near Stanley Park 0 a lot is asked for , iiiop-erty not nearly as well sittiated. Mr. Higinbotham is convinced -that Edmonton has a great futnrci Ilo says that cit.v now reminds hitn of Winnipeg in 1884. John l{. .Boyle, tho member for Sturgeon, and deputy sijeaker of the .\l]^orta Legislature, is a native of tho County of Lambton, in the Province, of Ontario. He acquired his ciniring a sidewalk under the Local Improvemont Bi'-LaW for tlie coming year, are reqne.9ted send to the undersigned, before. Hist of March next, a petition memorandum emljodying their inands, sett'ing out clearly the block.s and streets where said improvements is desired. � DATED at LethoridiO this 28th day of Fcbruar.v, 1900. C. B. BOWBIAN, Secretary-Treasurer. - STRAYED. W. I); Whitney is looking for the owner of a horse whicb^ has been in Ids barn since January 16th. It was supposed to belong to Mr. Fulman, but that gcdtleman says; ho does hot own it; The hocpo is a sorrel .and boars the brand 7Y on the left shoulder; It has two white hind feet and a white face. Ovncrcan gel possession of tlie horse by proving property and paying expenstis 11. the horse is not claimed by March 31st. it will 'oG-soUlJtopay expensts. NOTICE NOTICE is hereby given that application will be mode to the Parliament of Canada nt the next sossion thereof for an Act to incor-porate a company to be called"The Grand Trunk Pacific BmuohLineg Company V, with power to conBtract and operate the following, amongat other-lines of railway.-From Brau- . don to Calgary: From Calgar^^ or in the vicinity there�.if, to o junction with the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway at its fourth terminahor in the vicinity thereof; from Calgary, or the vicinity thereof, to a junction with the Grand Trunk Pacifi d Railway at its fifth temiual, or in the vicinity thereof;From Calgary to the boundary line between Canada and the United States; as well as such other lines of railway as the Company may from' time to. time deem expedient fdr operation in conjunction with the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway. System, subject to the approval of the Governor in Council; with alfthe usual ^nwers granteil to Railway Companies by the Railway Acti and in addition thereto the following, viz: to powers charter vessels, make anil recover shares in steamship busincsa, to hold lands, wharfs, warehouses etc; and to expropriate lands v therefor; to own hotels etc. and lay ont psrV.f; to issue bonds on all its property, to ~ construct and operate tramwaprs, telegraph, telephone and submarine lines, and general trafiic bridges; to develop land and water powers; acquire patent rights; groni aid to settlers; and to sell or lease to, or a'lquire other railways. W. H. Biggar, Solicitor for applicants Dateil at Montreal this-SOth day of � Jannary,,4iHHj. Synopsis Of Canadian North-West. HOMESTEAD REQUUTIGNS. EOR SALE. An incubator^ as � good as new,-egg capacity, Chatham' make; v sell cheap.-Box 377, Lethbridge..' AMY even numberert scctloa of Domialon Lr,llowl,i; plans.:: I. r't least a s months' residence upoa and :ii>ttvailt>n of tne land Ineach year fur three vear-. 8.; If the fa-her (.r v nthor. If the father ! -.'re.i^edi oMb'vbonc leader raldea upoaa fiim III Ibe Tielnlti if I'eiandcaiefedtur the ,; - iiutremeiMs SK t residence mat be aaiisOed b'Ueti person icsldtag with the father or iM,ihe . � ii- If me citit-r ban bi' yeraanent r- aidence Munf'mlnK land own'd by bim lathe �lcln-liyof bis boroe-teod, Ibe re^tUirer/ ent' aa, to .Idenc^ mar b. kaiMl.d oy rrslacncc- n^a' Bl' m >nia' notice tnwrillog houlo be iilTea t the';uminUsloiier uf: Dunlnlon Lands at uttavaoflutrnUon to ai>i If f>r patent. , - ' ' W.W.ucnT. Depul' of the Hinlater. of ibs lillerlor WANTBD. Wanted-Architectural dratight man. - Apply, with references nndl stating .salary, to 1'. .O; Box 357,| Lethbridge.  . :,' ly think so. However, tho liiiilding'He was fleeted tlistrict pioHklont ol' they are fiuiting up hero will cosb I I'nion and hold.s that  the lahor iiUcrcst-at thq last Tro- Imilding thnre yet: , vincial election, homo iH at Eorniu. The iracleod aanibo - host I ALBERTA REALTY Co/t Z MONEY MAKERS f' Some'good dwelling prop.  erties Jn the North Ward. { Prices low, terms good. \ Best: locations on Smith � st. for warehouses. I A gcxid lot for husiness lo-; cati n-$1750. > ' A splenJi J tract of irrigahlo ^ I land, one mile from town, all,  r broken and surveytHl -for'5 acre lots. ^ C. R. DANIKL Offices-Southard There's no Excuse For Uing Late Clocks are not very expensive. Not here at least. iAll styles of clocks are^shown here. See the weather oak case clocks. They ore the latest. What's new we liave and what we have is nei|ir.. W. I Armstrong JEWELER ENGRAVER OPTICIAN. ititiMiiiiiiHi ;