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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 3, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta ilTHBRIDGBHBRALD V e".i. consiirtcnatioii. T'lic .govemiiKMrt " ___ niigfvt very easily ^rawt tilw poti'tion Well, >vo �till itieWeve l�niilT was ii t AdT�*lO� StfBSCmiPTtON Ot thn jjtockiiwn and s^t apart tand^thc riglvl plnct forJ|htf capH�l that is not 'boingr honicstcaKtod for a perioJ of years for grazing pur- a.oo year �4^ ADVERTISINO; r�� Month - 1.00 Par Inch MSr HAVE IIIU*S ROAD. 1 60 � yfe*r|poses. At the pivscnt time the rancher i.s on the run. He is atix- jcapifal. ious to be tethorod at some point tut down his herd wiHho�it sacrificing- it. as i.s often 'tJie case now. W'hen the M. L.A.s vi.s.ii here, treat tlKni so wcH that t*K'y will be sorry lA^tbbiWgo * jlasiit made the An a:thleticjdf4^'n^-iiib|id:-�r�tli tfr] Hi vers, president; T, J. O'Brien," vice-president; Spcnce Young, sccrc'tary, aitd ' jCarl Campion, trotfiii^'r. CART THEIN AWAY. O. E. Hemelryk calls aMpnt>ion in . 'another column to nuimnivs cxiirting Any.dovonunent aha* permirts .Timi, ji^se pro.ximity to .tawi>, ond vir-JfiH> tranacotttinemol to he dcfc*t- ,t,^,,, ^ ^ ^^^^^ travvelled road. It ed Ml Its enorts to scr^e western ^j,^^^^^ ^^^^ carca.^ses ot Canada. shouW.be soundly thrashed J^^^^ ^,,^,^1^ ^ ^1,^^^ at the flnst opportunity given the j, ^^^.^ p^,^.g ^ people to voice their opinions. p,^ ^uroly tlierc is a nuisance It is all very w�H for the eastern eninials can bo preas to raise the hugeboo of diver- p,,^.,,^ ,f (^^^^ ^^^^^ ^^^^^^ aion of �e�rt�rn trade to Ainenoan tgi,,y ^j,^^ ^ ^^ centrea, bwt they ought to rr�li�e ^ l4.-U*bridgo to look after lfc*t a groat portion of tw� western ^^^^^ cait-asses. hut it faNs within co^ntr^� is in the grasp of one great jurisdiction of U>e people who corporation, -anti the pcoi>le are at supposed to saero will soar tin higii ns the place the rain conies from. Pla.vii!g \x!ry' bright and dashing footlMll at. New Ilamfxlen Park, Uiasgowr, ' -�o Satuniay. Scotlawd beat �ngtand by two goals to onv and in so doing scored iheir Idth victory in the,i:oui�e ol 3^ inatohcs between the two countries, i^.ii;! ina,300, and it is o.xpuctml th�kt, with the sura paid for t-ickets added, the takinc^ will be between i:5.50O a�id SoinetMxIy ought to p�t the spurs to litttt track on Smith street, orilor to move it along. .1. S. Willison. a Toronto news-pai�i>r man, has boon made an L.L.D.  ^fl.OOO.-IxmOon, Kngland, Times which interproled sliould iiwam Libel Law Doctor. It is prpbahio that a baseball leng ue will be formed on the south lino, The ti.st of ar-Pli'-ations for liquor Jo include Cai|r�or. Okotoks High licenses in^ the Crows Neat Paes re-; R'ver. Nanton. St.vely. Clareaholm gion. is nearly as long as the Pass; L*�v�ngs and Uacleod itself. "Talk ahout your seismic disturb r^il. jancea," remnrkcd Truthful James tict the weslcrn business man win ,vn easy lemody ...... . . patronize the eastern wholesaler and ,hc.,m>clvos. Alt thoy need ^� .l,^ fs'm^npirproal that^^ur i of the Detroit Club. -TH nianufacturor, and J. J. Hill will t,, .t^ p,solvc to remove ; ,.,,^.,t ^ i, .the friP i ^1 y""*?' **''^ *" cater to thsit trade as much as any ani,,ais ,� some out-of-tho-way |.,f ,!,c co.poiwtions. ^^f -.^TiLl"" "^"i * roanton will take a tinnhle t.*s about the poor ^ The HeraW hopes comp^nts of ja,.^ l^jH^'TLf'^L X^^i.^*^ should remember this iwmm'"" this nature will not lje heard a�win. jximonton has won out. .irtiially thww the best portion di ns virgin pmirio into the lap of the C P. K. w*>c�� *^ through the west. .1. .1- Hill oflers to b'HJd a line without subsfdics any kind- ^ man I a IV slow Ut t le toiwns. AN EASY VICTORY. ^^^^^.^^ Kea.tv>d. Cuigaiy had aiiiput. -. of 1 cnoi�?h m this country millions on a railroad to open to spend much chanco ot�n ^Qte when ho said Canada should ��'"|? �P i'* ihal ,n�de it ..... ft sure winniT.* welcome all the American capital, ^.^^n province was creat�l. a is offered. What this country majority of constiituencies w'ent GOSSIP ��-�^ ON THE SIDE th�t 13 ----- ----- needs is men who �i� wilUog to in- north of Bed Ueer; that fix^ things i,.est their money hew and do >^'"^,J?^,"'�!'^''" ,H,ssiMy c�n for the devc.o^.eot o.^ our groal rcaourcee. The west wmnts ^ foothold in the sympftthi(>s of lim inUs rowJ. and if it does'ntmcml^rs south of Ited IXvr that a^.t it, the government at Ottawa "^ould not In, obliterated when the * .... , . vote was taken, will I* punished by the pcof.le. 1 Jt is easily im(Vrstoout it tni the back just now than any oth- figuring a long way ahc�d. Mnrfiiilh ba.s a �g'oo'l �'rooRTs.'' One of tl�em, Mr. H�r-ri)p. fornvMly of Lothbridge, made a "It was the laat half of the ninth tlio tiaaes were full �nd two out. We wvre one nm ahead of them, and they were at bat.  A hea\>' hitter was up. aiNl I hwl two atnikes and thnee halls on him. My control was in its tisual state, and I had - pre monitions. "I took a long swing and threw the hall straight wt the batsman, to curve it over the plate. Horror! It started for the plate and I saw it was bouitd to go wide. Just then felt the earth quiver beneath my feet. The stands seemed to move. As that ball passed the batter ih plate ga\-c a mighty heave and jumped over right under where the ball was cleaving its way through the air. "Strike tifec and out/' yelled Slats Davis, who was umpiring, as he reco\%rrd hia balance. It was ibu ch f'tlose decision, but it was right." Tabor Rover's Football Club I as visit, to town the other tiav. He was J*^" formed with officers as under chuck full of MogPttih, � its pPo6-Carroll, Esq.; Oap-IKKits and possihilnies. If ever>'"eit-i**'"- Th* town �s Mr. Ilirrop. theiv is no need n^~i*.^n Vr.n,^ of worrying alx)i�t its future. Tho.v Icll a good story al^Mlt; a youngi nmn "ixjitig naMwd by a local Parkin.son. Committee-C. . McPhee .1. Francis, A. Thompson', G. Miller Marler. The Secretary would be glad to cornmunicate with other clubs with ,, poliri,man the other iright. The � view to arranging matches with wouK! ,^,,, ,,.., :, , r__i- ithem. er part of the province. Why, we can't understand, as the south is just I j^ic point to tlw peoido of tho prov-ai poimlous and just as progressive incc. .i , , , .�. �.i..K .11 rpsnect to Thn Herald favored liana as the as the north, wvtih �U J^P^^^J-^ capital for the reason that it was the fellows who boast of coumry | j^^^^.y giii,a.tcd and centrally locat-bsyond the main line as the banner ^Vith ihe iJorUament buiklings young man wa.s in a hurry to get to the �t�tion from a residence w4iere he haetween sessions of the Legislature, and the south wants at least one voice at the councii talfo. It is all very well to say the Cabinet us looking after the interests of all Alberta, but at the same time the people of the south feel that a man acquainted with their ne�ls and conditions abouVd be anociated with Pi�nk>r Rutherford in ti�e Oowra-mcnt of Alberta. There iK no need ot cronting � new portfolio. The south will be oatia-lied for the present with a minister without ponfolio. The Herald bos at RaniT, Alberta could have Ixmst-must do'e-'l of the most mognificctjtly located I capital oi any provinec in the Dominion. tlauA, apart from its lieauiy of location, was away from the commercial and corporation interests thait wouM always he a pest to a member of pariiamcnt at commercial centres like Edmonton and Calgary, and from the otandpoint of the people, nothing is of greater importance than the separation of corporations from our political life If the river ho-t'tnin was cosier . of lu'ccfis to tihe eitiw>ij�, a park locat-io.i (heiie would l� the itnest racnM-tiun spot in town. An ideal looartibn lor it woulil '))c clo.'^c 'to the watfer-works pump hoiL^e. It is 'beautifully loca'icd and i-oiild �he created into a park 'that would keep any .place ..in the wo��t on a '^hustle to hea*.' Prob-alily the time will soon-^tonie irhen liothbridge will ho bjig. enottgh) to ncod a �troi>t railwaytsiystiraa, , aJbd Uien tie cnti have a ilinc;i!ua>^wn to the river. ' ' ".v^* ,^ EDITORIAL NOTES. The polire have Ixien summoned to force pupils to attend school in New Westntinster, B. C. They must have eithi-r iwi unpc^iular sot of teachers in that city or a careless lot dl par-, cats.  The Herald is in receipt of a copy of the Daily News, a new paper issued in New Westminster. It is packed full of live, well written news, and can rank as one of the best dailios in B. C. The city editor of the i>aper is a son of .1. A. no names to sugg-cst for the poai-tion. We feel that if Premier Ruth-'Macdonak!, of this town, erforl recognizes the necessity of the f.oi�ih having rcpmneirtation in the Cabinet, he will select the very best man available. CIVETHEMAGOODTINL It l>ohoovc.^ Ijetn'hri'dge to prepare r.t once an g'ive the mcrobei-s of tho .VHierl* Legislature a royal reception on the occasion of their visit. Give Mu-m a favorable impiession n( tlic town, and it wiill count in our favor lor .scai-s to come. iiot. ihft nivntbers realize that Southern Allnrta is u great and growing country with iMUndlcss re-t^ources. Got place is an important centre, and Is MitiUed to oil the consideration the government can give. TKAT THE RANCHER RIGflT. T'ln! ranchers, as most people real-imi iai� being quickly crowded out of their graving lands by the ncw >ettlers. What a few years ago was the paiiture of countless cattle smd horses, i� now cut off into farms aa.1 fonccH, and the rancher is iMing driven out rapidly. A ipeMtion Is being circulntad urging thj> Dominion Government to set ; aiiart a .'station of territory (or the : r.inchers, riot for �U tine to �on�s, /but rmtll: th?y can get rid of their rattle at a fair price. The HeraM'is , �it^ious to aee all tjie fertile lands The di.sasler wt San Francisco sho�ild be a bloss'ing to that city in one respect, and thort is ia ridding the city of that pest, Chinatown. The new aiivd better Golden Gate city must be built on a sound foundation. Ont! of 'the t'hings that miade tho city weak was the low and filthy conditions existing in 'the region oc-cupirrd by tiw Chine.se. town to the hub,of a rich tt/rctiT-tural community. W)Mt will thalt^t. uro bo?. Naturally with the advi.tfje .\s American individuals, worth thousands one day and poor the next, fight the hiaittle over again and win. so American cities wrecked by earthquake and fire, start immediately to build, with even greater ain!bitions in view. As instance the cases in the past of Chicago, Baltimore and Charleston, and the present remarkable energy displ'ayod by San Francisco. The rnitod Slates seems to he a 'natiion that enjoys fighting up-hill fights. , Whnt's the matter with a cekOjra-tion the day Lethhridgc Iwcomcs a l!it.V7 Hero is a good doscriptiion of a knocker from the Cardston Star: A knocker is a sour-faced iyihe-gar-soulod detriment to the human race. He is a gap in the 'Uiilding, a hole in tlie wall, a rrevlce in the'foundtttion. Ila a builder. IKj something and he somolxKl.'^. Don't knadncsday nn4. Friday nights. ROVIXCIAL SABBATH SCHOOL CONVENTION The I'rovincial Sabbath school convention was Held last week at Rol Deer. Delegntcs were present from all parts of 'the province, an excellent progranwno was successfully carried throiigh. and a decided impetus given to AaiUbnth sdhool work. Lethbridge was represented in the person of Rev. J. E. Hugheon. who gave the closing address of the convention on '''The Meaning of Bd-uention." and 'by a very excelleot paper from the: pen of Mr. O. D Austin on ''The .Sabbath school judged in the ligtet ot tlie day , , _ .school." Ho muoh'wM'tbe conven- Mr. Bowman '� * man with haa^,tJon pleased with this paper thnt it of faith in the toa^n.i He do .-s 1 .^as ordei�d to have it prhtted and cllne in an arm ohatr and say. rptt, distribsrtod. Mr; Austin was also we may grow a little b�t. but *..t; fected superintendent of the Teach- T*"'' T "J" ,^ '^'^ Training DepwHuent. alws Ix>thbr.dKes exceUent location |,cv. W. C. Mwrltt. of Tacomn, as a 'business centra, and thinks it.is Waah., was praacnt. �nd nddod great, only n.matter of course when iM* ly to the interest ol t4ie seinrions by place will IK! a good mzod ci'ty. fit. hj, inspiring odarMses aitd helpful Bowmon has i�en here almost � rce ^j,ts on Sabbath achool'methods, the toyn started, and has'nt J'i^tjAn address on "Discipline" by Mr faith in It for a moment He h^juutchart. superintendent of the Pinrt, seen .�t grow from j� solely 'Wi^,Methodist Sunday School at Bdmon- t*MM>l.............�.........MM........MM...........�rn.M. ton. should be repeated in every Sabbnth and day school in theprov-ince: it wma � mnatorpiece. A field m iho past, he fibres out a " l^ht ageratary will probably toe appoint-futurs. (5ba8. R. Rowman is a type'ed t^-fore the cloae of the year. Tlie of the class of ciu�n Lethhn4�e m�Tt convention will be held in neods to make its progress sure. > We March, 190T, Calgary. Rev. Pnt-want chtoorful, �g��*�iw men, nqt ter�>n, of the Baptiat Church, Cal-whiners. bickers and knockers. s- ^^ry. waa elected . presfctont. Hon. . . ... , H. Gushing and Mr. litchener, of I expect to see Dav�d II EHg �^ appointed delegates .T*^ *n LL.p. some day by ,t^ , the worW's 9. 8. convention at Allx'rta University. Df>groi^ ���"�r|Ronw in April, 1907. all the rii^ nmoDgttt newspaper nwn since Willison, of the Toronto Netvs, landed one. ; i;i --; ji'l Wm. Morris is an artist at moWiu huiiaings The job he dii-octed the W'pstern Transfer Co, of movijiv the (Iud.n Bay 'building, was ini^t a snap by any means, but Mr. So|r-ri.l did '(he work so well that Mmi-nger Itylands 'has liccn sounding ift^ l*raises ever .'jtnce. ' J Often rx^oplc arc lieord to ron^k "HV>II, tfu> world is'nt so 'big alTter all." Awl t'h s is so. Tbo other d^ the three license � conimissioners lor I'this disiricit congi'iogatad in ' t|te Brussels carpotwl, richly poperwdan.1 pntntod :lon of 'the HcrnM odi't'Oi'. As th*^v riKjlinwl*-in ithe'hisau^ u|tholstcrcd arm chairs, the trend pt ronv'ursa'tion turmvl to -their piaieo of nntiivity, and it was foimd' tW|rt the trio, along with the .iKtitor, came froni places within 'thirty miles i '^pt each other in Ontario. C. H, Hoteh-klss. of CVaresholm, was a nativejof llnint Coimiy, Wm. Oliver, of ?Oit-jifond, and H, .1. Moitheson, of Norfolk, and the other chap clainvd Elgin us his tarmer hnmi*. So."ino world Is'ut so. big alter all..e�,.,, |^ 8CI.\tlCA CUBED AFTER 20 YBABS OP TOOTUBE. For jhorn tten- . twenty }'�ars Mr. .1. B Massey, of 9893 Clinton St., Minneapolis, llinn, wae tortured by sciatica. Thie pain and sufTeriny which he endtiwd during this time la heyond eomprehnision. Nothing'gave him any permanent rofief until ho used Chamberlain's lYiin Balm. One appUoflttion of that liniment relieved the pain and nMide sleep and rest imssible, and less tiian one'bottle has oflected a permanent euro.' If troubh>d wjth sctortics or rheumatism why not try � 35 cent �hcyttle of Bain Balm and see for. yourself how quickly it rolIe%-es the pain. For sale y all driiggiats. , , Ifl Uthbridgc Real Estate Rifht Now, mnd then take m trip cMtjA tke iUl. jl invested-inow will be'worth* 15 by the first of Steptfinker. ; 4 Choice R^Bttlential.lotij o;� Bunletl Street .............................. 250 OO'oacli J ; 11 choice ResidentiiiUota on Rwlboth alreet...... :Vv;.-.............. 2500 00, emay terms. i;80 lota W^atdtSmith Vtieet................s.. .....   ,.,...� 100 00 to 125 00 | I 2'Residential lota on Round Strfeet........'. .;...................->......;... .\. I 2 Resideittitti .i�tB on Round street................................................ 2 Residential lots on CJiiibb street...;----.....'................f.......�..  4 Residential lots on Fori street....................-................................. ; 1 Business lot' on Ford street........... ...........,.,.....................400 00 1 11 choice Residentitd lots comer Argyle and Westminister!Y ... ................. 1200 00, snap ^ \ 5 (^oice Residejitial lot^ comer Redpiith and Westminister, facing Enst................ 1000 00 2 storey bouse in good repair, Bams, Corralls and \ acre land all fenced, on Bnnktt St---- 3000 00 J Dig In and Buy Now. before the C. P. R. Starts Work 500 oof 600 00 t 600 00-600 00 # IC. B. BOWTVVHNi Real Estate Loans and Insurance Agency L-EXH BRIDGE The Problem Of the ClothiuR Business is perplexing. C^an you solve it? Some merchants sell goods at high prices on tlioir reputation. Others t-loim that Price is the thing. We say CLOTHING MADE RIGHT AT THE RIGHT PRICE la �rhat you want, and that is what we are showing Tliere ia one point of excellence in our PICCADILLY CLOTHING Which wo wish to dmw special attention to, that 'is, there is nothing hap.hazard about them, every gar. menf has the style and swing which catches the eye and is a trade winner for us. Piccadilly Clothino contains ^11 the elements of qoulity, couplet! with motlcst pricing. It does not. hurt our pride one bit to confess that Piccadilly Suits nt $8,910, $12 and flo nre a big thing with us. PIccddilli/BrdncI /SHADE LIKE mS We Also Make a Specialty of TAILOR-MADE CLOTHI Fit Guaranteed. Speeial ia Tahor-inade Suits for Ten Days. Serge and Worsted Suits, at $16. |I8. $20 and $22. N G Blue THE 2 mi ONLY EXCLUSIVE MEN'S OUTFITTERS IN LETHBRIDGE CeiMHldge Tron Olorks Co., Ltd* Manufacturers of . . GREY IRON AND BRASS CASTINGS MACHINE SHOP WORK PROMPTLY ar CORRECTLY EXECUTED MINE AND SAWMILL WORK A SPECIALTY ^ We want a chance to figure on your CASTING AND MACHINE WORK No matter how large or how small SELLING; AGENTS FOR Canada Foundry Co.. steam pumpb aumejr. Foundry Co,, steam ncfhot water heating. Canadian Asbestos Co., Asbestos oemsnt. Ontario.wind Engine and Pump Co.. wind, mills, etc., wood and steel watsr tanka, all oapaoities. Tlv! taxinR of Wcwiional �Jndwimrties o( sonstoni .and WlHwncrtary iwMtt-bera an amounts exceeding tl .500, nd oi Ihcoows i>l all l>oinlnkm Oov- ^ Mns. DnUVH IS ALIVE. (Frank l�apcr.) n.v Konib inexplicable rnadvvrtcnco the �t>atcini�nt ^ot into Ihi! A.ssociiat-cd Press last week nihat MrN. M^rk Drumni wa* �nu>ng the pcroons tv4io loNt their li,v�8 in tihe earthquake diiiaRt�r At Han Francisco. How the inistako coiiM have lioon made is beyond coniprohenNion, aH UrH. Drtinun did not even vinit 8an Francisco white ahAtmt from Frank, and was (It her horno here heforo tho .iiRaatnr voport wns denied. VRAISK FOn THE IIBRALD. �t. Thomas. Ont,, Tiine�:-A special nuiiiUtr of the Lobhbridge Horal.l )K -to hdml. cooitainlng reports o( the Snn FraneiMco calamity. W. A. iliichanan. larlu of the Journal here, is on� of the publicihers o( tho Hor-aKI, nml the pcoplb of LirtMN-idgio are to 'be congratulated on having nul4i enterpriwing fiows[>apcr niion in thoir midst. 'J^y wciro certainly up-to-date 'in puhlishlng tho extra edition, which gave extended repents Tha Toronto Oloto: Tho story of $60,000, tho .San Francisco flro wos of vwj' six-uinl intoi-est' to the tens iH thous-amifi oC Aiiturionns in the CanaKHan WcMt. TIms . LethtM-idgo UeroM, a wcol;l,v, with coniriwhdaMo ontbr-pristf, issH�l a doily edition on W�i-iicsilay, Thuiminy and Friday of lawt week, w-hich gttvfi tho firo story fronn hb'ii" to hMir. A Nonp factory will he �wtal>lish�d at .Saskatoon l>y .1. P. Hall. WHtow Orty, N. n., and M C. I^rry, Mln-nbiipoliH, has uoniplvtcd arrongcntents to huiW n blKcui't factory at Calgary, the invcntnioni being about ;