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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 25, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta L j -_� J- hi" �J *� I >- * - "n V 1 ^ - t LETHBRIDGB HER I A e'UPSON & BUCHANAN Publisher* W. A. BUCHANAN SUBSCRIPTION: n Advance - ii.BO a year O uerwise - 2.00 a year Iwwd to tho settlers, *uid bhoy will! Paltry -is finding tbat many appreciate -his though! fnh>ess. jbulM'ms oivcb-d thvre are on iho 1 ' sinvl Mm\ and onlris have Iwen Is- 1 When 'the C. P. K; fully decides to smv� i bit\e tIumii t*t moved. It build n high lew*) bridge here, thi' ouicht w> be a v engineer's busl-Albortn Hovornniont ca vehicular traffic bridge, but not i|Mi II1 i.#s very careful l.\ in this ivs|hhM. W'hen nn owner 'ilvi'iil* n to i uitd. as- drew fifty chiklivn, hut ft dld'nt interfere any with the Baptist school. h the same as    p I ADVERTISING; Fat Uonth l.OO Per Inch Ohuft. U, Mackintosh, formerly JloutHKUVlniH'tM'noi' of the Northwest 'PorritorleH, -is now eou.bul it>H a IK? w s|>a | �e r c a I te d t he C a m vd a Into. tWan at Wint>i|*v. Mr Markinto*ui is an obi nowspu\�or man. awl for matvv years handled Vive pen on the Obtawn I'M'i'Aii Hv (trii'to.l into |���l- Hios oihI jouiMtalimn kn��\v him init for uu\ny yinvvs. �nM\ bia new ven-turp at \Vi.nni|�eff iM-etaO* at oiun1 \vb��tbor be is on t�be Ntn^'t Via** ni* not U br is. bM him know K-fon- hf ba** -bis l.tiiktinu uu *.Ut roust nulivtt Wio saKl i bis was a >ilr> i-ouiMry? Down in Ontario the iarmrrs ar� . of t bo pieiv� 1 .as ^nln�ta. RUSTLE FOR THE FLOUR MILL The Action t% tbo OHy Council in granting a free site and tax exatnp-tiotifor a flour mill, puts this pro-position in s*ha|M) for action to be tak^n to have 1Mb Citable iivfius-Try located -hero at once. The wheeW of n>)i on Iff iw g as tuw pjV>|)U� sav> M -.h.Mil.l'n-t Iwve much Hviv in AU�*rta the , PlJlIllI(. fc m,p|,ort inij >l\\o live |mp- happy fanner is enjoying lots of ra-m We'-bettor oil -than tho chaps down One i>f tl�e ineiiriwrs of tin* Semite was -lH�rritVvl -Ux-au** e tvput\ t^overnor �tvt u|n>n vbe Throm* ir� the Sv. Mr. Noble. "There\s plenty of room Ihuv for loib congiv^at ions. Yon I've always t�rtH\cbed brotherly love, awl I believe In It. 'It's ^us a tine vtari, said Father lleafy; "rirway t never mot a tlm^r man thAn Ifcev. Ni^-bv Soin� day I'm K^nK 'to have a ehiireb bore a� KtHxt an his own. Tl*en on the iVay it is opei>od I'm *� >'�vl11' him and all his rougivgwl .on. Vlw Sv'xvou at tiKt ebureh is i so busy on Sun.lay tba>t lie har.ll,\ � Iihn time to got home to JiinHM* "Mat it's all right, ' he s�M  y. "II I ra� h�lp anybody to Heaven I'm willing-" Father Heafy exiwotH 1o -bwild an ivlirtce lor h-ift eoirgn^tioii within two >x*tti'm, He has ahvaKly sebn-twl a site two blocks from the Baptist rhuvoh. In the centre of the city. All the lots are high and dry and are beautifully Iceated. Adjacent property i% selling for two, three and four times the price that we are asking. U Lota on ftimfott St root..................................................$225,eaoy terms 4 lots on Cnibb Street......................................................$225, oaay terms 20 lots on Olyn Street..................................................... $225, easy terms r Spi'aknnt; of pajv^rs, ivn.md� us) Unit anoihtT nioiiiiiv pa|s'r is going! thun a Kleeping tar when >onto be suirto.1 in Nolson. It. tV Whatj^i.j.-, tn >oul. pockets lugh for the News to makt* It f�o. wliat U�e 1 I (?tt\>? U�en wwling through city charter, ami one conclusion quickly arrivo.1 at, was than C. F. |�. Conyl^arc waa worth all the ell.\ long as the c.M,>tr>-s business is put ^{ ^ ^ r ^ ^ %i}^n to* t}xUu ^x tl|, are�l>olu., for instAnce STAY RIGHT HERE. The 0�k Reporter lenders its traders the following sensible ue\ue. which may, with equal force. Apply to JLcthbrtdgo: ""Now, Mr. Progrj.-* \'ra tii your CobAH is eight here 1^ Unit. "So use your surplus o.naiegs In Ute town in which you live to oi.�n the gold mine under your eves. "Yon risk, perhaps, mo-e ;iiAi�c*u rare by going Abroad. At home you eon place investments in nafe chAn-*k*1�. You can oversee things ni�d )o*n in co-operailive nwvements for the common good. "Dy acting from * feeHng of loy- aMy to our town you can help to create conditions here that makv for a rich mine mvliMurbed by tlie man-ipultttions of a hroker and immune from the operatUms of n t>oard of director* intent on feathering their own nests. "Th�� are the days of town building. Show your mettle and loyulty by praiseworthy work In behalf of 4 he community in which the best that is in you becouies on object 2e*son for tesft enterprising Mlow-t owns men." i no r I BEAUTIFY THE CITY. of In order to add to ther gin>d nt*l wudUi-eot rvason, and any *ueb |m�rson may ootain from a Judge any count i>f riH'oixl upd and sufficient reason for not vol itig. a certificate ot enframlvisvme>ni. annulling the dist|uuli.U-etU>n. which certirtcate may U� mi .the foim K. K. Any i>erson who, while under the provisions of -this* wnMion, voteav or atteni|vts-to vote m any elert-ion, .slmll be liable to a fit*? of not less than fifty dollars and costs, and not more than one bundtet* months, with or withour hui^l labor. Another resolution was |�nsN4blc to a line of one huudrod did-lars. The man who hire* in at present imHe. and now tbe man who hired io drive, etc., is included. t'ompulsory voting would Ih' all right if it would force nam to f � to the polls who otherwise would not go unless they were bi'K**! lint there is fault brought Canada u 0 i gr**at Iwinor-4n>nor that is en-  vied in i'very count ry t>f the w orbt 11k,� victory a\h\ imt nanin moiu'i loj him,�V>ut it brought honor-*t*he honor One t>f our subscribers �dop|>o.l us) 0f being tta greatest long-^lisUincv LETHBRIDCE ALBERTA O O on tlie m iv I Hh* i�tl.er day. lb' did'nt hmvl. "Stop tin* t>at�er. it in runner in the world. To simw how igrent an afuiir iiw Marathon race QEORUG M. HATCH blooming g*KKl." but he, jH looked upon in Greece, vvx- taket r I^OffYl 1 dtirlc -i... ...... i________ .i. ' . t 1 Allll aw?*J lvl3 very kimlly Siiid, "l>o you know ihe t|to following frotu �lho ljondon, llerabl i^ tin- best wvekly l! lOng., lixpress: have mhmi in 't>be entire wi�st, and 1 know iikiM *h the i?aiH�r� fvonx Win- Improved and Unimproved City Property C, R. DANIEL Wheat Lands "The crowMl, and even the iudg^�s. mistook the maple leaf for the Duly bad nt|m�K You ar*� issuing a neat.j wha�nrook, and thought iiritfbi. cKhiii, newsy paper, and de-, won, and hi* number was at flrsi | *erve t In- support of the citv. *  By hoisted. j the wu> . you have bract.^1 U'tbbridgej "Mrs. Boftarvpiet. when winbitvg j up since you tame bere Tlve llerablj the llrihinh compt�t�tors Pick over-' 1ms created more faith in tta pen*| night, said to Starring: "1 don't . pie and they ihiuk more i>f t.his city� Know w4ieth.?r I ought'in include you j as a Canadian." 'Yen, do." was ALBERTA REALTY COMPANY (OFFICES IN SOUTHARD BLOCK, LETHBRIDGE) Does ft goiumi] Ron 1 testate and Live Stock Commission Busings in nil Southern Alberta. No % trouble to show you our lists and take you out to nee the lunds, lota or Hocks Wo have 4000 S lie res in separate improved irrigateil faruis. Many thousand acres improved and unituprovetl wheat lands. than e\i'i-. I w isii you ginwl luck." ! Talk like th�4 ehi was a live, hustling place. People bud remarked to him t ilia* and time aguin t>bat if the Herald was a sample of tta 1-ethbrMgo spirit, the cHy tiiunt ta lioommg us nt*ver b#-iore. Xotil>i-t�g can U� more detirod than a friendly spirit tat ween -ut half-way through our beer we were discovered again, ami huy the people, and that they art? j�or-ffctlv delighted with the results. The Herald recommends these suggestions to tho City of Lethhridge. and trusts that they will be quickly adopted. If ttay are, this oity will ijeneAt. cum.ttanccs. Start in and boost for the fall (fair Nothing like an early start. EDITORIAL NOTES. Who says *t does'nt rain in Southern AlbertaV Thoro is more truth than poetry in the following from the Uabcaygon. Ont , I mbkpemlent: 'Pbo t;od alriHgih>ty dol*ar. It s��. nm us if notbing bigt��-r can Iai grast>od. "What is there in it?*' tbut is the all-absorbing riuetttion. Should a man do something for honor, thv pupa let vr\ ts, Great Scott, here is a man who has done sonvuhing fi�r nothing! Pay him for it, pour soimi dollarb #mto biH cu>iU-h. And if it sbould lie tuuidly tiwn-tioncd that Ute nmn 'bu� U**n more than amply ivwaiNio.t w�Ui the honor, the Wwmc*�s utv suKgUHtioii will t"** met w-Hh *|e-rtsion. Honor* Hat**? Teti acres of Ikottor i-ould not I*j nw-up|m�1 for u ti�n-t\-nt luucb. 'Pb� b^bewt nubU�Ht atMi boih-st aim kntiwn to this grvul continfnt in * ftp -thy, stinking rug, t.iiUM u (|t,i Inr. very jinm-n, and 1 reprifclmv it, hoping that tin* day is not far distant . awi occurrences of this nature will 1�� unusual, but frisjuont: \Vh��n Father Ik*af>, of the Church of tin? Traimfiguration of Brooklyn. ww* sent -by HiHlHip McDonald, of his honor tlvut nags an? flying in ever> where. "Sherring's Voom Is one nuiss COST tlK Id M11KU. eastwm Why tbt* IVire vancwi Was Ad- 'Phe slight rais*> In tlw price of lum-er cannot b*� civUci�Hi by anyone of '^t, floral tributes front Uhe highewt t *� I the lowest, Itosktcs the ottlcUtl j>ri/es Shi�rrmg is the recelpient of innuiner-mble valustilc gifts from all o\er Orecce, uuntl>ering altogether nearly the llrookljn diucese to the village ftve jiunxlml, mcluding tho tiwlttion-, ,, . . 4lw of KlumucHt. N .1., to org^ni^ ai tt, |MJ-rHmon�t youngpreswtod by' "Mmr w,i 1 ,tH! HllUa"7; m* ^ Ca-tholic rhur.li. to fouml there w.re! Vritm U.H>r^.- place to bold sei-i tMrns. Louis Shaw in some rem in- �" follows: t vices The only hall MiUaJde, in U�eisc^ncs he is writing lor the Kd-| ^Comparisons i.iuiIh lately through Itepublican Club's headi^n ,ra. wasi|iK>nton Saturday News, iM* the fol- it � presh. bhowi-n� tin* luutbennen m inn adverw* light, atv n*�t warranted, compareily verified, inch pW�ee. wlkeie iwKiilier would ihtit in many of the Kastern Stivt**s the prices from lo $M> mirmifatture n thrciwpiarter inch, |n*r;iii>.l ih�' man who uixU*rt�m)k to buy thonsatKl more than on ihis sUle ofjtrniu on** mill with boiiisl for die re the line, and tin? tncoimtig t*h>tU*r. ohiuihIit of bis 4(�oiract to use the engagkMl for Sunday morning. f lowing: Itev. Wilham Noble, pantor the! When the late W. 11. ftearth, M. P. �^ lumLer are Klmhurwt liaptis-t church. h%*urd oil for Wlntdpeg, and afterwards Deputy Idly mwtifH^l sent! Minister of Agriculture, -ami several * mdit-ions, ,md -i4h' very low other nalK>tm from tl� east n|*m u |.vv��Ung last year m�nint an actual! to w irtght at tho ^Imonton Unuse. each *** * manmaotuivrji i Nj�w, look foi fall. a great crop this The ground is so wet now that It can hardly i-cmetnber when it was dry last. Plant more trees. In a very few years we hope to see every street in the Marleod is taxing the Chinese laundries $UK) a year. I low would it do for I*�thhridKt> to g ebureh nil day Hufklay- if you like to have it when of the party our folks are out, it is yours.*' mom, which Fat-lwr I leafy was ustonis>b� :to llin rongiN�gaiion\ my lied alone for one ni^t tittnbl vacate in time iot the 11 iiYbu'k ser\ ire of the liupViKts, but in umke miiv, lfc\. Mr. Noble said the wuiibl loo\e that sel'v'tee up to li:iu. 'iWe would \*i o hitch aU>nt the Sorwlay sc1um>I time, each li\ oi\liiKiry bustnesp prices ioat'Tiul from the same firm. from the liwted States is greatly surprised to fiUI that his lumber T-l*e prices obtained hy tin* mountain manufacturers are lower ibuu tho!>a cditaitKd by tlw iiuUiik'H t�t any other district. Prices are llxoii upon of a Montana Outlaw at Butte hill psms, and the delivered pniees riniply Uepeml ui*ou ihe freigdit rate point of consumption. For Til Of SAN MS SAW IIANOIXQ thii tkther I my. I Untie. Mont . May 10 �Milea Ful-inis reason the residents of AHerta |t.r !iK%A| of lo>-s is rapidly in-'S*^ the Tull mlvai�tiiK�* of the their down for Mr. Health on the only bit-bard table in the house. "What do you mean, landlord?" said Mr. Scrath when his bill was; "vasons presunteart neict day: "What on nr� When a university is civnted in Al- congie^it 1(JP|, luvoi'iiig the afternoon, incroase our revenue by mak.ng o.ir(M> u WUH n^iK{ ,llml tho catholic tax on tlw CejoAttals larger? jrh�idr.m Hbould ^ to lUiuiUican -'" " 1 Club. If Saskatoon gets the Snskntoho^ cuilv�r ib-ufy sn>d be wouldn't .van capital, Hegimi will 4m� so mad,nftV(. iUlv s.ioiluv evening service at that it will wipe .itself otr the map. | Ubl Murt t'ional institution adulated Uiere wi'ie ihe usuul cumlles burn-wit h Kastern unlvcrwitiea. but lii-.ing while th** masses were held. The that celebration of|Rt�\d", one that will Imj *>ig enough HaptiMt organiHt itlui^i music suit* and solid enough to surround itself ( able to the Catholic service. When wMh tho loyal support uivd ontihusi- j the wcoiwl uiiihh was over the Cath* That well-Wing apparatus will be Aam of AVhonta. Tho life i* taWoniplic vestiuems and altar were ro-about as welcome to farmers arouml 0ut of a university that i� tagged j mov^l and the sexton pn�pnretl tho here ae the heavy raVns. Hon. Mr. on to McOili or Toronto, oive us church for the Haptists. Cushiog beikm* to giving ears. was han^l tbtt denntnded a aopuratol "M "f t4..� (U%lUhatu Oetot-r iit. IWH. Two at the Conwi ii feu >ear^ ago from M; nmimiutn pruiluet tiding able toe.au- ,h4lll(lftlH| ,h.0pie witmwwHl the exeeu-to $5 per .llums-awl. the name log-jr*** ��� ManitoUi �ikI eastern pointh lu,a )|uih,h(ihj of tj|l.|a u^ ftilmit-are now hringwm ^rt to SIS. The! w-jth the mills sHuatetl there is an tKj im in\'*im.i%m cards. Fuller dhttl uh-irh haw brought J aval.W that the ba*is pri.e um.st ^ltu.. ttlM| ,,mkl no Mah.,M.iii. libs arlKiut apply to tlie utter- J U1 extumiely bxv. ^ | UlH ,.vllv.IIM. on.:1 ftvl||w "As showing the reasonably. Utsis |)tw| led to a widely aigtw�l |snH-ion i�f prices in the mounatin district at tu (lovemor f- Totde fi�r u commuta-tlm pin'sent rates, mountain cttm- tion lo life imprisomuoat, but that mon tmulvr vm\ be laid down in olbYjut ivfumHl to interfere. Fuller uttd| Winnipeb sli|>4vtly chmper tbun the was ku^veteil of three other mur-Hat Portage and Haluy Itiver pricw, tw�rs, one dntutg 4n%vk twt�nty years, although the fu*ight *iw about, four mil he could nut l�c convicted of ho price Ik fully iktuhlc what it wasjtimih as luigli. Vol Mie Hal INmiugu-thew. He is said to Imvo a waV* Hninv Hivei awl Port Arthur mills niwl several aniuJi oldkireu in Call-an* ttt.lay wlwppmg a considerable birnia. Fuller was the typical **bad uik! man" of pioneer days. namely tbat i>Ik* cost *if lalHjr aiiearlh do you mean? five dollars for *�* hsIv�iic�1 fro... w to fm |M.r What a remnrktthle charge even in i^� r^ar West.'' �Vou had the billiard.t-ahle hadn't Mr. HeartW Mkvd 1K�ikiK1 you, Hoss il in priiv, aetieuUirly cost of hors4*s, an impoitnnt item in ibo mountains; few seasons ng�>. *'Tha past seas*j�n, whieb wn� ev- ivniely imfavornbte for togging, ow-|pnrl of their cut to Cuirago mvj; to Vnck of sbow and the short-1 thi* eastern cii-K�s." SintMin, 4k nlMj an im- cents an hour/' and Mr. Hosh, with a humorous twinkle in his eye point-j >"*s �' ed to tho printed rules and ivgula-| porlnnt faetor lions on his one-tablctl Ml Hard room! present crop of lug*, ami the roar of laughter th�t follow-! "Tlw .natural law of supply and de- The cont^Mvtion, morvux'or. in Uu� coNt of theI iw� that �*.he coas*t mills are to Sidling! An infernal machine was found uu residential elty ot Alberta. What ahout Lethbridge's advent to city hood? ed was oik* of "the many that broke tlw monotony of a ijfe livod a eoupU* of hundred miles .fnnn n railroad. Here is Hob Kdwards' thrust at WetasMwin in a recent i*sue of tlw Kyo Opener: The plum hestowod on Wotasktwin by lf>e HutherfordN(Jovert>nv"nt is the Provincial Lunatic Asylum. No town is so Justly entHied to havo tho |...n-atic Asylum as Wetasklwin. She has earned H. m.'vnd alsi) has its res en t ad v i m ce ha s bee a m at I o The,flre at detioi'Kon Oity, Mo... 1 conditions. 'I>liis wen�on, t*> tlatc tlx* keep pact* with tho uvHUueu at Van-have -turned awny ortk>i*s couyer. who Wist week onkhtl u dob millmon for mHHons of foot of lumber. and hy u tolhiwn mower. Had the lawn mower struck the muohino i>i wiHiki ba\t* blown the Governor and most of the cupitol buildUvg inlo \kw> Missouri is a case at present of obtaining lumber at any priw, and the output simply cannot moot thi* ix�p*ilaments Cndor conditions such -as thr Frank Powell, of St. Paul, 1 on the No. 11 lis*!, ao done by an expert grading inspoetor from tho United States, who i� to 'Im* engiageii under t4x^ new arrangement, for the purpose of so- (ronl'ier, diwi *>n � railway train between Loh Angeles, Cab, atwi 'IVxas. Ho was several times mayor of. 1a Crosse, Wis. a* ;