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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 10, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE HERALD S* 'nuts to keep on good terms with the growing west, it fond letter leave J. .1. Hill's road alone. The west, and es-vthbrMpe judge Sir Wilfrid's ability ami grow. 'statesmanship. Duncan Kroner, L,ioiiteniv�t-Gover- Would'nt it be a good idea to get nor *>f Nova Scotia, wore a Crock retMly nt once n1>d ivnve a rousing coat when he prorogued the Login- 'ceiobrnt>ion to mark the creation of lot tire down there. It is customary t. mn(u, nn mvcgt,,_ ,aw ^ preeidcut booscvcK, at his "Is life worth living?" once I asked a maM; With drooping eyes thus coyly an* swerod she- "Devoto your life to inc and you will find Of what great worth true low can make It be." "Is life worth living/?" once 1 asked a man, Whose form was bowed ami worn by warring years; He shuddered, pointed to a grave, then turned And looked about him with regretful tears. Quite a few compliments arc being passed around Jor the Nelson Dally News. Wo want to add ours to tho string. The News Is five years oM, and is a hotter dally by far than pnt�thut a Legislature jj can ho prorouged by a man W he 1 Ulnt |nH,V Viwha'scd "by the Do-even to wear a suit of ov.-rnlls |mr,nu.Ml of (.ho interior for the l'lo- tcaii reserve wore not worth one-half tlx.' amount given for ti>em, and that : h.�l l�r the and country. Somebody growing. 1'iot^lily it is wKllng J more |vople to Its populatian, but it j is certainly not getting away from the villagw stylo of argument if the ap-1 ^wndod |>araigraph from tho HeraM e a wimple: 1 "It (the lUruki) has ,e for unlace that pretends to be tin- centre of ! culture in Alberta. The Conservative |h�rty seems to be making a dead set on J �l Hill's transcontinental. K will And the I iwople of the west making a dead of the lH'Oplo her>own and most highly respected mon In Southern Alberta, that he was nt the station at Mnt'leod when the stock in question arrived there, and his statement Is that the cattle not only were not the poor quality ot critters Mr. llorron describes them, but on the con-trnry were a very good class of animal lie also states that he snw ,1. II. Goodorham, agent at the Ik-lgnn reserve, nt the station, and that he (Mr. Oooder-hnm) personally su|>erlirtcndod the delivery of the stock to the Indians. Tho Ikmrd of Trade nwde a gooJ ; Instead of passing a law to regu- wniMng lor a boat home," he said, "a|e his last dinner on foreign soil with an Englishman. "The Englishman complained of the mud In America. He told a number of tall stories about the execrable roads of America, and the �cra|>cs they had gotten him Into, both walking and driving. "At the end ot a particularly tall story of th.sakiod, tho American said: "Yes, w� have a lot of mud in America, I admit it. It is nothing to the mud over.here, tho.' " 'Nonsense,' said the Englishman. " 'Fact,' the American replied. 'Why, this afternoon, on a walk out Chester way, 1 had a remarkable adventure-came near getting Into trouble with an old gentleman-all through your accursed mud.' " 'Some of the streets are a little greasy nt this season, I admit," Said the Englishman. 'What was your adventure, tho?' " 'Well,' said the American, 'as I was walking along llold street, I'. I noticed that tho mud was very thick, und presently I saw a high hat , | afloat on a large'puddle of very rleh j ooze. ! j " 'Thinking to do some one a RAILROAD - MEN HERE ARE PROPOSITIONS WHICH CANNOT PAIL TO INTEREST YOU: 2 lulu on Ford St., nrnr railway........................................................ $400 4 lots on Ford street, noar mihvay................................................ *150 each f) lots on Ford street, near railway................................................ *1B0 each 2 storey new house and 3 lots, Ford street, near railway.........'.......................$2000 1 .ot on Ford street................................................................ 5 lotB on Westminister Hoiid.............................................. $1000, easy terms t etght-rootnod, two-storey brick'house and 2 big lots, North Ward..................1100, snap 11 choice Uesideittinl lots on Redpath street........................................$2500 00 2 lots at Red path street................................................... $750, easy terms 2 corner lots on Red path street...................................................... $1000 4 lots on Bom pus street ,.............................................................. $600 I Choi re Residential lots on Burdett Street ....................................$250 00 each Remember we can locale you in any part of town, and afco that we do a general Insurance and Loaning Business. Real Estate Loans and Insurance Agency LETHBRIDGE We Are Not Doomed At Wo Intend Doing Binlnnti Alter our Ton Daya' Safe. should know. J. J. Hill eon taring' move when H decided to ask the lute the speed of automobiles, the kindness, T gave the hat a poke with Canadian goods in hero Just oh well j post office department to place letter j legislature shoUkl attempt to regu ns other road*. He does it today. J t>oxe� at the ne man is authority for the state- ;ny stick, when an old gentleman GOSSIP ON THE SIDE Ttttkr port than any other. o ALBERTA'S CAPITAL ment that furm land in his dtetrlrt ' went up $'! an acri>, after the down-j pour, Hon. Peter Whit.-, whose ertn as possil�l. 'I>he Herald reproduces the anick>, with the hop*1 until thn late Thos. Mackie, a popular lumber nmn, entered the field as a I,r of Col Mnckie. uf .Milk Itivor. The vit'ory of Starring, the Ham .Itoji boy. at Athens, is a big ad. 1 l>o you wisji to have a charming lor Cauada. The Marathon road j personality-be a real soul-charmer? race is consideri�d the biggest ath-1 Then listen to the silent, inner letic event in the world, and Siher- j voice of the ii.ilivfc.iuui soul as ring's cairture of firht place, right ntjwvll as to the whispering rf the un-the plncu witere the celebrated Oroc- ;iww�l soul, i iun ijanieH originated, in the crown-1 He .vonr real w-|f ling event in bis cureer. Hamilton |ulxo possessed tiie cnuk ritleman, |Hayhurht, when lw won the King'fc prize at llisley. That city ha>* U-cn well advertised througli clean sport, n mi S her ring will Iv given n great 'reception when he returns to Ws native city.  hat the All*.*, uovermnent will'tackle was a big-lx-arted fellow, and ndupt tiie su^gi>vtions muck*: lly a (ktisive mulorlty tlw Leg-islet ive Assembly of Allvrta ha� ikH'Kkv.t to continuo the seat of Provincial (lovernment at Edmonton. The slatuto creating thu Province placed it there provisionally, and toft thu final selection to the Legislature. Now that tho choice has be^n decisively made, all the other' competitors for ihe honor and ttdvant-uge of 4>eing the capital appear to iTave acivpti*.-! t'lie result with good gruce und without faultfinding. While outsiders have no feeiing or opinion In the utatter, Canadians everywhere will Ij* pleasod to learn that there is to l>e no peiinnneni cleavage over itw question. Tiieie aiv so many problems of iiamensely greater importance then it is, that it wouM be cause fur ivgret to see more mude of it tlmn il ik'serv-ed. 10dniot>toi\ has two local advantages that ur� oiivious to anyone who takes a look at a map of tho Province; it is fairly dose to tho centro from north to south, ami it has between it the llocky Mountains and an extensive uiea of good agricultural land Alberta is a divert�if�d and picturesque Province, but there is an obvious advantage from thu stundjioiiit of accessibility in having the capital lucatud in the mklbt of au expttnsivo region well adapted for agricultural opudlions. Now tiiut lOdmouton has been ihi,scn for tlw capital, vhu accommodation for its public service. One common mistake limy be easily avoidod, that of making tho Provincial building too small, thus entailing avoidable wasts when enlargement becomes necessary, it is always, possiblo to adopt u plan, a part of which may U� a poor policy by whieh to be gov-|aW> to QW ^ , lmvnvi ^ j erned. They have learned that cv- \ |y oxccpt |of lhe langxletgc ,0. j erj' year they must spend a lot of wards a contemporary. It Is a bet- iter newspaper than it used to be. I ' T the profits in advertising. 'Phc tinte!^ has come when the people look to'-nL. ITT � ~ ... . . , . j rhe Herald la now run on a Cox Du the iKlver'laments as their buying. of t4w ^ m g.K.0 ami trade wrth the men w*o and f w .^^^ Jt ,,, ^ advert ise. 1 WATCHES Ladies' and GenU' watches, Regular price,$6.50to $12. Sale Price.$2.70to $ 1.35 20 and 25 year Gold Filled Case, (Ladies or Gents) fitted with best American movements, Regular Priee, $18 to $25 Sale Price................$8.00 to $11.00 ladies' and Gents solid gold Highest Grade nioveinent.IteKutiir Price, $35.00 to $90.00. Snl... Price.......$15.00 to $35.00 CLOCKS Alarm Clocks, Regular Price, $3.00 and $1.75 Sale Price............$1.45 und 85c 8 day. h hour strike, in Solid Oak or Walnut case, with alarm attachment, worth $�C!0. Sale Price.............$2.G0 Mantel Clock, very fine, 8 day; $ hour strike, cathedral rohk. murbleizea wood and fine wall clock, Regular Price, $10 to $10.00, Sale Price........$4.00 to $9.00 SILVERWARE Silverware, Berry Spoons, Meat Forks, Cut Glass, Sterling Silver Novelties, tit greatly reduced prices. One big lot Ladies' und Gents' chains, fine assortment. Regular Price, $3.50 to $5.00, Sale Price................$1.45 Chatelaines, worth 1 50 to 8 50, Sale Price,.......................35c to 1 25 Large aud choice assortment of Plain and Gem Rings, worth from 3 00 to 6 00. Sale Price.....................1 75 Diamond* to lie sold at Actual Cost. Bracelets, Brooches, Necklets. Tiffany Ware, Tio Pins, Cuff Links, in fact the entire stock at prices never before heard of. All goods marked in biaiu figures, thoso are prices so low that the stock will move quickly. Tomorrow is Arbor Day. Don't fail to plant some lives and flowers und clean up your yards. Make letliorkige "The Garden City of Al-bortrt." ! Most of tiie opposition to the' in-{creased indemnity to members of : Parliament at' Ottawa came from the labor unions, and it is surprls-! ing to find tho only labor member in . ^ ! have suffered front want of co-op- 'ho declared i�coplo shoukl concern j erstlon between the Government themselves about making iionw a , ttndi%, municipal corporation. (Hoftven, ami loss of making Heaven i Ik- nutiiinl. IK' gOlMl. Ikm't be afliotisl Mon't be envious. IU> gentle. lk� -.ioIKc. fie consid.>rtvte. Ho 'tolerant. lie eharming. Don't be fus.iy. Mind your own elTairs only Never gossip. lie calm He serene. lie liunqiiil. Don't listen to scandal. Don t overdress. Don't purnde wealth. He pure. He sweet. He i'lu'crful. He iiopt>ful. He charming-Sour |�eople aro not charming. I'esmmists are shunned. Cynics mns uvoiiled. Critics aro disliked, lie charming. IS 1.1FE WOltTIt LIVING.' "Is life worth living?" once 1 asked a child, Who, chatting butterllies, about me dashed, W'i!h p.Vi* so wonder-wide it looko.1 nl me, I >lroppod my head ami turned away abashed.  Is He worth living^" once 1 asked a mother, She answered' not, but called a pi-uttling chiWC And from its forehead parted )>ack the tlosses, i\mg.ton this dllllcuHy has , . T. . ,. ,, , , , , been overcome by tho notional ,ft homo> Tt w 011 vor^ w�n t(,r tolkH Then kis^l its oh.ek and looked t Government supplying the funds to concern themselves about Ilea von, at mo a|Kj 8^,^. able the pa|>er to be enlarged and produced In much I*Iter shape than of old ' T. S. MrKen/ie, one of the genial | representatives ot too O. W. Kerr! Co. hero, is a poet, lie declares ha'. is not, but an odo to Southern Al-1 bertn which he has written read*) like poetry anyway. Here it is: j There's a dear spot near Lothbrk-tgo' where I long to be, J 'l*c old home of tho buffalo, 'tis i heaven to roe, | Whero the antelope grazes and lives without tear I And the cry of the coyote each even-1 mg you hear. Where shepherds are herding their flocks on the plain Without shelter from "heat." ''cold." "suniMne," ''snow or rain." With the green Mother Earth for their pillow by night And the candles of-heaven their resource of light. In thai beautiful country of sun- shine and flowers, Near (ho great giant Rockies that abovo all earth towers. The greater ttho snow fall, the brooder tho smile, For ohlnook winds In winter make living worth wh�o. Whero breezes In summer from the white caps close by \rc cool and refreshing 'neath that Alberta sky. The statistics of health for past centuries of time Show that weak are made strong in that climate sublime. In that Garden of Kdon just over tlw line Whero those mounted police in their red coats do shine, You can live there In safety protected from harm If the O. W. Kerr Co. soils you the farm. There the new town of Warner is building up fast, REMEMBER this talc closes on Saturday, May 12th. REMEMBER that we guarantee our goods. Wm. C. Liphardt Watchmaker and Jeweler Dihbridgc Iron Works go Lid Manufacturers of GREY IRON AND BRASS CASTINGS MACHINE SHOP WORK PROMPT-LY V CORRECTLY EXECUTED : MINE AND SAWMILL WORK A SPECIALTY * * Wo want a chance to figure ou your SELLINO AGENTS FOR ;j Canada Foundry Co.. steam pumpt ij Qurney Foundry Co.. steam and hot water __ ij uunwy xou�ory uo, a learn and hot wi CASTING AND MACHINE WORK j| cOnadiahneaisnb0e8toa Co., Asbestos cement B^T--^ Ontario Wind Engine and Pump Co.. wind No mattc-r how litrgt* or how small I rnilis. ete^i wood and Rteel water tanks all capacities. o orro o^o oTo.oTOTop n:o;o'o:o:o:o"o:o:o Und that bleak, ot�jn |>iaiii.- is a thing of the past. At the sound of our haiumers that ring tlirguith thu air The Canadiu'iiB awukt von there._ We can sell you choice lands in u climate tlw l*�st And will leave It with you to tell your friends the rest. Mr. McKenzie composed the uix>ve on the train some time ago and sent it to Mm hoadtiuui'tcrN of tho company at l-'urgo, V. I). Ho was sur-prJsod lo i^cp|�e it couple of thousand printed copies *tho other day, and to lie hiformeO. that tho "Oilo" was being distrMnHed all over the Western States. Ilev. Dr. Parker, a leading Methodist minister, of Toronto, is dend. Owing to ill hoaltli. Rev. O. J. Hand, of ti^o Christian Guardian, has resigned. Th� widow of Hon. George Drown, onco Undnr of the Liberal party in t'nninln, (IksI in Edinburgh. lion. Mr* Taschoroau will become l.i'.'iitiMvnni-Governor of Quebec. Sir Louis Jet to will l:e Chief Justice of that province, succeeding Justice La-co�to, who will retire from the bench. On June Vi, at St. George's church, Mhntronl. the murrlago will tako placu of Mr. 11. U. Vanhorne, only son of Sir William Vanhorne, to Miss Edith Moist n, only daughter of Pr. Molson. Keep Mlsars'g LIsUmsI is tse How*. ;