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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 25, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta IETHBRID6B HERALD S"�PSON (ft BVCRAMAN . Publishers F K. SfMPaOK W. A. BUCHANAN saSSCRIPTION: n Advaace - tlSO a year O uerwiae - 2.00 a year ADVERTtSlNa: Per Month - l.OO Per Inch RUSnJE FOK THE FLOUR MILL Tlie action ct the CHy Council in granting a free eK� aod tax exemption for r flour in'ill, puta tfais proposition in .whupe for action to bu tak*>n 'to hHv� (Ma ile^^irable vrwlus-Try lora'ttl iK-re �t oncw. The wheels of corrcs|K>iKk?no sliould 1% set 'ill iiK>tn at once, aa;l every effort put ^qrt* to interest a prnct.ioal and thoroughly experienoed railiinc matt, posecssod wit4> modern milling jdoss, in nhe est�Wish-nMont' of a tnil'I iicre for 'tihe (all gristing 'i( at 8sil>le. Tjetjibri'dgip is raiiHlly Lieing sur-touixk>d wrth a large w4ioa't-prodtic-ing couoftry, rixI a big mill here could be kept ibusy iiaVt is right iicro in tSfili. "So use your surpltta i)Aruii>g>) in the town in which you live to oi.�n the gokl mine under your tjyes. "You risk, perhaps, mo-e Uiin'ou care by gon�g abroad. At home you axn place 'i'Dves-tmcnts in sofe chan-You can oversee tilings and join in co-opei'wt-ive movements lor ,t))e eonmion good. "By acting from  feelang of loyalty to our town you c�n help to create condiitions here that make for  rich mine undisturbed by ohe man �pulationa of a tiroker and immune from the operations of a board of directors intent on tcatiiering their own neaia. "These are the days of itown building. Show your mettle and loyalty by praiseworthy work in btihalf of ithe conunimity in which the best that is in you tecomes an object lemon for less ent�rpriaitig fellow-townsineu." lEMITinr THEaTY. or it or or in In order to add to the beauty of Denyer, Col., ed twofold. It Is claintGd that these suggce-kAona have 'been cordially carried out iby tiie people, and that they are por-rt� t!ovornn*cnil cm\ l,x> |>otitiop-! i>o.>;.s 'to *�(' t'lvivt misiul ilo not on\ir. |!y tin* way. vehicular thon. trnflic bridge, lutt not iin'>l; lilir-Klgv .sJioiil-l �aU'li iww huilil- vn^H vviy can-l'iilly in I'biH ivsi>oo1. fMin.i. II. M'ttckintosh. fDiinorly Keutfsh is an old ncwspuSH'r iimn. iiinl for iitan.v' y�-ais hamllo:! Ute (k-ii on Hi.-Ot>tavva CitliiA-n. K�' -ihor I.s on t'lui !j|i\v( Wiw or iMvt li lu- is. 1>>1 him know lofoix' tu' Jias .liis ImikliivK irii-iiHI.st nn-|is U>.> fnl>i'tal. Wi luiyhl lain it iK not ihf provincial ta|>itnl. Iiiit a tiousimiMT oalUxl iho t"ai>itul 'ih(� Morald has reooiv-io|V. airl the In-it nuiiHor i.s a vrrv iT.'dital'le issik' intv:.ns worri�l with bail 9tor....s. .somo : , ,3 .j,,^ Ligplare of the f.i..oo., of Wi) .!;e.r>g a-s luiK-'| p,,,,,,,^ ^, ..h.Hikrwt have much ns .vnlnuts. IU'ein Alberta the j,^^,,,^,,.. .two live pap- happy farnwr is cnjoyH.g lot.s of rain:^.,.^ Phoenix. | We'r^: 'better o^J .tihan the chaps tlowir _ j Siii'akinq: of paix'rs. iviiiinds us I'liat atuiihvr l\l(l|t\il^g imtuT i.s going to l.c .sln Ute Tlirom' in l.hc Sc'iwte rl>;in�l>>r. Tl>e ordinary iiioi-�t�l .loos not caiv a rap u'hol.hor lu' futt on .the Hoor err iiIk> Tiirow us lung ns the co>ii>iry'.s luisinc.s.s is put through. I  CMTOtML NOTES. Who says rt does'nt rain in SrOULh-frn AlljcrtaV Tlio I>oliviinion i-licHon coninHt'tt'f ait Ot'tawa ha-s at�l a iv.solutioni f,,,.^.t whicii vractically rson who iI is t|iialif>ixl to vote i.hall lx> 4Ms�ii�al- ified from voting at any sini'il'Ur election for a teiin tyf si.x years. No |>erson, howrvcr. shall !>� so diM|iialiii�l, U lie Ivas boti prtventi*! from vo�ii�g l>y illtvoss or by afly oflK-r good awl stitliri- eoi reason, and any such |>erson may obtain from a jtydge i.� u'ny coiu^ o* recoi'^d upon sutusfying' such JiKtgie, upon oath or afliriiMi-.;,tion, thwt he h�d a good and suf-� flcient rMison for not vol ing, a certificate of etifrani;h'iseme.nt, annulling the disqualilication, which cei'tilicate may be iin .t'he form K. K. Any person who, while under the provisions of this .section. voles, or et'tempts to vole in any elecbion. shall be liable to a fme of not less than fifty dollars and costs, affd not more thoin one hundred dollors an to the polls who otherwise would not go tmlesB they were bribed. But tterc is fault to be lound with such a law when it forces a man who sincerely objects to all the candi-dates in the field, to go and vote. Take. for instance, a Liberal who ie opposed to the personality of the can- .didate of his party, biH docs not fav- ttoe poWcy at the CotUjGyvMtifveB. It does not seem ^ght that he should be compelled to vote under such oiv- cum.lson Ni'ws. one of ilio \i>'fi'i inoiiiMig i>�pi'rs in Wost-i-rn t'aiiaila. .As it i.s hard eiKiugh for I 111' News lo iii.ikt' it go, wliat will a .second i>a|�'r iiiak*- out.of it;' lk-ttnii..r drew lUty chi'Mixi)., 'but it did'nt In-terftro any *viih iIk- llaplist school. The utt��d�m:e was 'tho siunn i�s ovi-r. '"Wo'rP ifc't'ling uloiig spli".'.(iflly," .�nM Ifcv, .Mr. Nolrto. 'TI^mv's plinty of room Ih'iv for l-olh i'i�git�g.alion.s. Vou I've always pn^arhod brotli-orly lov. awl I Iwlieve in it." 'It's givfl iis a line Mari, said Ffl.ihi'r lii>afy� '�'I'll"nay 1 m>v;-day I'm �o)4>g 'to 'have a chiirc-li hcri' �� good as his own. Tlw>ii on tlH' 4tay it is o|>(>iKi'K inviie him anil alt his coitgivifa'i.oii." 1Vn> Sv'Xt.on of itlfc.' lii,i>tist chiircli is .vo busy on Sun.la.v tlMrt l>e har.lly has time to gel Itonu' 'to OimK'r. "Uut It's all right, " he sai.l -y. "If I caa help anybotly to Heaven I'm willing." Father Heafy exiieots to 'build an Miiflcc lor his congrt^gation within two >x>ars. lie has alreiwly selected a site two blocks from the Itapt ist chiiri*. It is .sofor to sloop in n lank vault than a sleeping car when you have .1145 in your pockets. lo k.M'p Mi^'tliig ! r a GOSSIP ^r''^ ON THE SIDE One of our siibsiTil>ors stopped us on till- wiri-.t Mm- oil.or ilay. Hu did'nt 'howl, "Stop iIk' paper, it is no blooming good," but he very kimlly said, "l�o you know the HeraM is tho host wookly (>apcr I havt? stvn in 'I'he i-ntire wvst, and 1 l;now inowt o4' the pajH'rs from Win-n.ifM'K vvt\s.t. Vou are issu'ing a neat, liriffht, clt^an, newsy pa(k'r, and deserve th(. support of the cityv. By the way, you have 4irafixl l.jet>bbridge up sinco j-oii came ht-vo. The Herald has i'iea��'d more faith in the people and t.he.v .think more oi this city than cvrv. I wksh you good luck." Talk like Illicit olicers us in our effort to ffive Iji'thhridge a paper that is a crti^it to tlw> city. Along this 'Unc. wc want to toll our readers something else. A gentleman from Clnixlin I�tiibrWge will be the ideal residential city of AlUerta, What a�K)ut ttidt celebration Lethbridge's advent to cHyhood? of Tlist �eU;4ioringi alMiaratua will be Stooul as welconw to farmera around hers as the tteavy raina, Hon. Mr. Cuahmv bsliavea in �iv4ng a helping Mncleod is taxing 'tlve Chinese laundries 4100 a year. How would it do for Jjcthbridge 'to get in and increase our revenue by maki^vg our tax on lite Celes'tials lai>ger? W Saskatoon gets tho Saskatcbe-waik capital, Regina will be so maul that it will wipe itself oil tihe map. When a ualViRr�ity is created in Alberta it must bo within -the tonbrol ol the Province. We don't want an sducational institution afniiat(.g -towaHle the e end, tihfl 'liettermenl of mankind. But many times their efforts in 'this direction are crippled by efforts on the t>art of one to Ijeat the other out in various ways. 1%ie other day 1 read an aitlicle. which ple�sed me very much, and I reproduce It, hoping that the day Js not far distant , den occurrences ol tbi�i nature will -tot l�) unusual, but froquont: When Ffttber Heafy, of the Church of the Trftiwfiguration of Brooklyn, was sent orgwnize Catholic churih, Iw found there were plenty of worsbipiiers of 'tho Catholic faith, but ino place to hold services. The only 'hall suitail>lo, in tJie liepublican Club's headquarters, was onga'gied for Sunday morning. Rev. Will'iam Noble, pastor of the Elmhurst IJafjtis.t church, heard of faither He�(y's decision; so be .sent ior the pr'ie.st owl .wid: "I don't uHe my church all day Siindt^y. If you like to have it when our folks ai* out, it i.s yours. " Father Heafy was astonished. "Why, I didnt ex|>ect anything Wke that," lie said. "It's very ihouj-'hifut of you, aftd I'll accept wMh thanks."' Fat'hi'r Heafy, it was agreed, whoiiWl have ilk.' churoli for mass at 7.HO and �.:iO. Mis congiv�gation would vacate in time for 'tlie II o'clock service of the llapl^ists, but to iivake sure, Itev. Mr. Noblo said he wouKI ii)o\e that service up to 11 ;iO. 'Itherc woiiM lie a hitch alvout tih.f! Suixlay school I'inte, each congK'giation favoring the af'tcrnoon, so it was agn^ 'that the Catholic ehilditm .thoiild .gio to .the Ikliublican Club. P�th�,'r ITeafy said ho wouldn't have an.n' Sui�day evening service at tlKi .'jtart, but later on, if his por-i.shioners (k�sit>ed, be wouhi use the i'hureh for "i o'clock vespers. Fuihor lk�afy hani a portable altar ereci.(.d over itho inimorsion front and there wei-o the usual candles burning while the masses weix� heUI. Tho Bapliint organist plajwl music sult-ftblo to tilve Catholic wervioe. , When the second mass was over the Cath-plic vostmonls attd altar were removed and the sexton pre|�nrcd the ohurch for the Baptists. Father Heafy's Sundav School I g�w li�?n WMKting through Uii-city t*arter, and one conclu.>fion 1 cpiickly arrivod at, was thait C. F. P. Conyl�*are wa� worth all the city has to pay him, when ho di-ew up this i^artor. It rovers the ground tJMiroughly and shows that Mr (?ouyl>eai� has a wide grasp of municipal affairs. Young Slterring, tiie Hanvilt.on athlete. w1k> won the great Marathon lace at Athons, is to 'be given a pur.sc of money when l>e rpluins home. He deserves to l>e well treated, for he has ibrougjht (Canada a gr�at lionor-an >h�mor that is envied in i'ver.v country of the world, llw victory *ii>d not mean money to turn, ecce, we tnc�itin,ns. �nd liw. voiy low prices ot*w tMlwbs from the east spent a I'^vailing last year meant an actiial n4�ht at the BcJmooton House, each'^>^ "''^ n.anuiaot.irors. of the pamy dcwMiidad a aaparate compared to his 'brother on the oth-f lumi>cr prices. His a 'tact easily vorifii-d that in many of 'the Ias'tern Hto'tes the prices are froro $'> to $10 |nir thoiisaiid more ih'an on this wide of the line, and the i�iconi'injf witler frona the Uni'teoiher would iivanufnftiire n 'llirce-quarter inch, mul 't'lie man who umlertook *o buy-from one m'ill was iKtund (or the re-nwviiKler of hi.s ccmrtr^c* 'to use tiie in^itiTial from 'the same firm. Miurd's LiRimcai LraikeraiM's frini THOUSANDS SAW 'HAXGING a Monta'na OuMaw at Butte Other Day. the room, which neao8si't�ted a shakedown for Mr. Scarth on 'the only billiard table in the house. 'What do you nwain, landlord?" said'Mr. Scrath when his bill was prcsuoted 'to him �a the vi^tty was ahout to depart next day. "What on earth do you meaif^ five fro�n a railroad. Butte, Mont., May 19-Miles Ful-tWis reason the rcsWicnts of Albert* ,er, ag.xl flfl y.-ars, was honswl this 'The cos^t ot loK� -is mpidly in-j 8�m tho Tuli adv�,vlagB oi the their ^ ^ ^^^^ f^msiog. Where logs wei-e purchased j naarby s.Hu�tio�n. .and tlic *act or wdvanctil from 25 lo 50 jwr Kdwards' thrust at recent iasue o( the Here is Bob Wetnsk'iwin in Ki-e Opener: The plum heittov'ed on Wetaskiwin by the RutherfoMtMlovvirivment is the Provinoial LuMktie Asyluni. Ko town is so Justly ent'HIod to have the I.i.n-atic Asylum as Wetaskiwin. She has eamod it. "ri*c mochinory aiiwl laill supplies nve lorgel.v 'iticrenvs.'d 'in priw, aiKl nrti'.'tilarly iiv> cost *)orse.s, , an iiupoHntiit litem i'n t'lie mountains; he price i.*; fully '(kiublo what 'it was tew ���aKoTis aijo. "Tho past s(�asn. which was ex-nt.ly imfavornbic for logging, ow-iii�g to lack of snow aiid the s'horl-ness of 'the s��a�on, �is O'l�o an important factor in liho cost of the present crop of Iok*- '�The 'natural law of supply and de-m.wd also has its 'clli'ot upon presjiii comliitions. I^iis season, to 'liate tho millinoh haw tiirnod away orders for millions of foot of lumber, ami uiany tiinkcs a pivntium on ivrices is oiteivd to obtain shipments. It is a case at piy>sci>t of obtaining lumlier at any price, mnt\ the outpitt simpl.v cannot moot the nocp>iicitig admit-with the mills .si'tuftted tiiero is an ^ i.,v.i.ta-t.i.�ti caivls. Fuller 4i�l evJdwce that the basis, price must g,,,e. and ma'ck- no s.tatomer�t. 1* �.xl,remely loo.. e.'usn. Fuller Winnipeh slitshily cht>a|n.>r ihaii the was suf^iectetl of thive other mur-Hat Portoige �n.l Haiiiy IWvor prices, ders, one daiting '�>ack twenty years, although lilio fivi'g'hi is about four but he couki not l>o conviclod o( times as high. Yet the H�t l>oio t'hat 6ht! coast mills are sallimg lumber fronn Stl to ia hhigtKSK those in tihe t'pper Country. i>reKn.nt artvamco 'has been manding inspoetor - from *he Uniitcd States, who is to 'be eitffagM under tho new arrangement, lor the purpose ol se- Call-^'iMd An infernal machine was IouimI tin-tlvani