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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 31, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta LKTMBRID6E HERALD SMFSON & BOCHANAUr ' Publishers W. A. BUCHANAN haw a IHS fw\�|> oi proerross ciMi-|th�> ln'k>r v\w Opposi'tU>n ' SOBSCRIPTtON: | -' n Advaijce - �1 50 a year [ t'oiiin up vvli-ot .!�)�> |>nsl iKilf-dozon O (lerwlse - sp2 OO a year ;y'>n''^ l>fi'' �'>-iiil Ihj is � n>il-oirt of tl*ic'r sMe tiiti'l r.-�-|lioit�irc over. IIk* grafKtinoUi- hri^tdo qiiii-k ond jciH' tiw hu^ioftil i�tor � criitiiriHin (>l Roino Hort, or i>l*i- 'or l5tt. We lor. Thi' StvnUm N���s tolls us wlhvt {Millock's iM�t niiy hri^lor or l.t'ltor thiiikK I iliuii lots of yoiMi^ niMi Ik>iv in I I.t�!'l�l�rl'(t8>', 'ImH, h*> lia� I** coin. Hu has iKvn .k'ottxl a ;lii' liii|K'rii�.y. [W is a li'iiHlr 4>i" tlii> Toroino fifiKUal nospvtal. Why? K'cauii'e out of tha scwral iD'illitui' Mt 'him, hi* fMvui �i20(k,00t.i to iho Hospiilal. -.1 trncK'J fur -.iji iih.* ih'ar futuiv, iKN'tl t'wi-ylioily. iiiillurii tiiifs of liin>.i ivrln-iiiK-il, an-jol.lK'f iii M'luii of dry \un nii';l Oliver cs on tlw t'row'.s >;t liw  ni\> th." .lac-rc- 'tivulin.!ii'l from I'lic 'lihj'ii lakv l>lu' city. \ t'hnii.�aii(l pi>opU' 'lia\�' i!�vii au-Uk*;! to I1k> pop-iil�tiini. 'Ilic i^ltico'tioiKi'l faciU't.ios art' well looki\-| after. Modern con-vooloiH'f.'S ninke ! o cowfortaWc res-kIo'HiX' t'lty. with �!lie Ix'.s-t. apf>earamv ol any riiy in 'tht> wosL. C. P it. 15v(.'ry (la.\' or .so i'\w niivils from the oast. nn..J tfe'y nro iini)oiMivnl ^y,,..,.^, ,,,., ^.^^^ p,,,^,,,,,, mails to tlio Ivusinoss m-n of this m.^wm-Mvl> Aif you living in tho oily, fail 'to n-avh hoiv Wciun^o i\u'\.,y^,^^ wil.horw hixvmg an iivieiwt in a Crows Nlat. We ULderstuiwi ilw T. ,,.-My-rive. It w.Hl �! e ftfty in is paitl to carry a nwtil every lK-rlNon. V. I'., siiiw thi' l-r ihr.s' luills wore yralHs. In tins eontier-�lioii hi' iiK-iM iil 'I'Ik' Si. .\ll;ert bill, aiKl the Hiii l\vr l.ill. and g>avx> roflsul did inH �lesiy'iKVte for piilili-ent'ioii wlnMii ilk" conHiik-rs the weaker iiu>ni.!x>rs of 'tJie Cajl.'iiK-l,. Hut Mr. Itolk'rtsi'.'H eoiinvk"; to his |Mili'tii'al oppoiK-nis I'll ('he lloii.'*e an hoii�\'�t wis'h lo i.'.lvrtiu-e the welfare ui' i he I'rovim'^'. When 1 n�r.t lion. (vhas. W. Cross, ' Allorney-tlneral of AM�l^� tihe oth-jer :lc(i itn-ivorsil.v �n Toroi>to Ik- itki'itlnlW*!! hiin.wlf witih .tiK' 'Var.sHy team, and as captO'in liccante known .i*iroi>^�>oul i't'he pi-ovince and i.n iHl' SVlates, loo, Us 'the vf>'l^'SP toured .t4iere every summer. llob I'Wwai'ds, of IIh> OpuiK^r. ' is'nt. a parti.s.aii by any moans. He | I notice t�k! Cana'Uam Ma�*�i.tK>'I'el-'thinks for him.'.elf. aiwl wJieii he has e|>hotic Co. im likely to �4�)t a fran-anyl.hinjf to .>iay, ho strikes from Uk; ;ehisne shoiilih'r. He ,is in prL-^liy loiuh ^oiieratcsl by this voipi^NMiy is aiMo-" "iw'i'lh piiblif stMrtiiiRMit, and wIvaL hclmaitic. Virtually no eentrali i.s re-Iwnd is not a s|wh-- �� �n.V aboDl i4ie CiMiservative ,j4,irar|, Voii pii.'^i a Ivuttmi -and et�t they should wai't w\um il is a. umt-!,iat a pieee of It livt' up to your'privileges. If are � fellow on salar.\. i4ieit> ,vou all Trarlo iiMplvt vcr.y well take up with lite postotfice (lepartiuenl ami s*x; if | the nimv iveed for it. is h g.'. some reinody canaiot be .secui'ed for | ;, ,,|,, ,.^,st, but i-t u|>o� thi-the inconvenience Xethiltridgc is coin-Ijell.ed to Suflier so fiv(pK>nily. J. J. HILL NEEDED. liver. Sir Thomas (i. speech at Quebec Shniigliiiessy, some tlays ago. I Miim,.rous. iivade it clear that he was opposed their way to 'the ontrnncN; of tlie .1. .1. Hill ;''�''�s. That sounds ver.v good flown ea.ft, where Ontario and Quebec ai-e 'plontifuUy suppllod witih railroads, hut what does i't inean in .t'he west? Simply .this, lhait if the U. P. R. presi'dent's iilea was carried into effect, we would have 'to wail uirtil the C. P. II, fell in the mood lo supply us wi'tih llie railroad facililies we need. The t;. p. II. has .done much for. the west, liut i't must not keep in its head .the iftoa that it owns tbe country- It does 'not. Jas. J. Hill has as much right to come in here and buikl as rood as any'body else, arwl especially wbc* he proposes to open up a section o* country 'that the O, P. K. has'nt touchod, and tliat without a cent ol bohtia or an acre of laiKl grant. As we understaind Mr. HiiU's'plan, ho propos.'s lo run lines throi�g*i,.the tract of torri.tfll estate mov�ters ciin pusli 'prices n'bove "intrin.'*ial estate nn^n aivi iK�t ago I iiiiiii.'rous. aiKl hu.s.iiR'Ss is coming! wiihout their 'tr.viiifj to way-snent. Prir is ivgandod as tilie ii.'k-al ex-|K)iK>nt of we.-Jtern iarullel' lo Frank Oliver's popularity in *'the west, from iK'rsoiifll'ion sta.nd-(lolitt, is the case of Sir Wilfrt'd Laurier in tlie i'rovince of Quebec. j (la.-�h, n�d ilhail's alt there Is to it. The system has iivet with ^ivrat suc-jcess in IVterhoro, but., and to ikiw i being {.ns^allod in Branlfoixl. TIk* jcost 'to sttbscrilors is away below that ot other companies. EDITORIAL NOTES. Lethbridge is all right: or the Bank of Commerce -would not invest in real estate het� at the 'fancy figure they had to pay. All we can say 'a'bout W. T. R. I'reston, the Canadian Imnai.gra'tion Agient in England, who, is now giving evidence ait Ottawa, is that the Liberal party.,wouM '|je far better off it. it had never known him or had anything to do with him. Mr. Preston is .clever we 'aKtmit, hwt that is all we can say for hint. Bis connection with sonte famous elections in Ontario, proved that his cleverness was not aiiplied in tilie proper direction. Sir Wilfrid Laurier would do well if he I-ling phjce on elect'ion day on;! offered his vote. I't was his lirsil appearance ill 'Wm' of an elect or, aiHl lie iHKi the iiKleiiemlence, or aiNiacity, to dilW poitticall}' with his fivther. H>t.s father challon>3�d his vote. "On what ^crounils'? " tlemaU'dcd the } presiding otiker. �He isn't 21." I am ai," assei-ted the.voirth. "No. you're not," said the fattker; "you won t he 21 till totnoi-row." "I say I will," cried the jouth. "1 was born oh the 12th day of No-vemlier. Iit's down in 'the ofcl B^ble. "Then it's a mistake," smi the man. '.'You were'nt born till the morning of �be lath of Noveouker, I can vow." "How can yoi�?" "How."' repented lb: old n>an, in-digjnantly. "Uoodness gracious, was'nt I there'?" "Well," returned the son, with proud defiance, "was'nt I there too?" The young man voted. Id'lierifT Yoiing sounds all right, eh? All parties agree that Malcolm' Young's appointment as sheriff could not have t)een improved upon. NEW PUBUC BUILDINGS. .s:nci' it is qiii'te likely that the I'rdViiuia! tJovenmient will purchase Ih.' pre�'i>t Dominion Oovermnent I,nil'lings here for court house pur-(lo.vs .solely, i't behooves our oiti-�/'-iis lo nial;e ever.v effort to htive liii' DoiiiJinion GovoriMiiettt erect .1 ivu siil�s.tart4'al 'buikling' Ivcro to I/.' ii.v.'d as po.stoffice, custom's office liiul laiids' trlle ollice. The time is (i,-TMO'tune, ai>d we trust a uni'tod ef-I'iit will be made in 'tihat direction. V. hac the Herald would like to see and we 'believe a good many citi-;v.'n.s are of the .same opin'i'On, is the I'li'ciion of a new Government building on t'he public squaiv, so thiat it V,n.i'd he convenient .to everyliody, unl an adornment lo the city also. Sii, rounded as it would 'te by tlte III .ml iiiil trc�s which now 'grace the |ii.i-k. this 'building would 'have a (ii.'r location 'tho* any pu1>lic'Ijui'ld-11.'; �e know of in the wes.t. i'hi'ii,again, the ti.n>e .is near at li.and when we will be conipell'sd to liavu larger civic buildings. The Hresuivt quarters are far t'Oo small for o city that is .growing like Leth-I rid^v'. Any way, a Ijeautiful city hali placed on the square, too, would impress irtran^ers wi'th the faoi that this ci'ty was. prpgi-ossive, iind h.Kl unlimi'ted fa'tth *� its fut-iirpi A larger city hall is required, nr.d we are not arguing for a bui'ld-n\g (ii the sole ground that it would look nice on the square. Itoi would'at it .beautify the scinnre to have two large public liiiird ms erected upon it. There would lw> plenl.v of room for park pjirpiscs, and 'tlie city could point to Htalely buiWings in this beautiful Si.ot and ,say without fear of contradiction, "Nothing can beat that in the we#t." It , is all right for tihe C. P. R. to compote for American 'busineds in American territory, but it is all wrong for J. J. Hill to compete for Canadian business in Canadian territory. Sir Tlios. Bhai>i;hine8sy ca.n't fcM^I live people of Canada with that kind of arguntent. Letters .st/ill keep coming wiMressed "U-thbridflie, N.-W.-IT." Will people ever learn tihoit the "N. W. T. "business was 'burieid long ago, and that T^thbri'd^ is in AVIierla, the''best Province in Canada. Why should this country he called the "Northwest" anywayr It givefi many (People 'the 'idea thoit the word "north" often conveys, that "this U (i land of low te�n|>eraturo, when, as a matter of fact; AllioHa is as warm and as delll^tful a province to reside in, as any province 'in the entire l>on>inion. Cut out tihat ">Iorth Wesit" expres.siian. TItat rain compelled concerts and celehrotions to he postponed, hut the guarantee of a bumper crop ia still on 'the programme. Caigary schools, churches, puhlic buildings, are not l'�gl�ted by the miinieiiial ligliting plant,'neither are the hornet* ol inan.v of the aldermen.' That. Is mighty poor recognition of a public iitility, aod i^ows tiiat Calgary does not possess the civic pride that it has �(een gi\'en crodiit for. Albeni bought some Da.v.ath Street............'..........;........................ 2 choice Busineas Lots, Round Street........................'........... .V.......... 1 choice Business Lot, with buiklinga. Round street...................�............... $.3000 I $6000 $ 5000 1 $ 6500  t 1500 2 lots, S houses, I Iwrn, Smith street......................................;......... $ 2200 3 Business Lots oh Ford street..............................______----........... 1200 Riverviaw Lots, $125. $25 down, balance on eusy terois. X Residential Lote on Redpath Street................'........................'. $125, easy terina I INSURANCE AND LOANS A SPECIALTY | The c. B. BowmflR Agency LETHBRIDCE ALBERTA A l^^^  OG^m)io:o:oioio:o:o:o:o:c C. R DANIEL Farm Lands Wheat Lands ImpTOved and Unimproved City PropcTty ALBERTA REALTY COMPANY JOFPICES IN SOUTHARD BLOCK, LETHBRIDGE) Does a general Real Estate and Live Stock Coniniission Business in all Southern Alberta.. No trouble to show yoti our I^ts and take yoii out to see: the lands, lots or Hocks. We have 4000 acres in separate improved irrigated farms. Many thousand jicres improvetl and unimproved wheat lands. - � - - - - ... - . Good City Ptopetty The Townsire of CoaJdale Try Us as Buyers or Sellers, Vour Correspondence Solicited. 'o'o"o"o'o:olXTOTbTo o.oTo.n.o.oTo.'"'o.'^.oio^^^ CeiMNKtge Troa Olorki Co., ttd. .': Maanfaeturara-of GREY IRON AND BRASS CASTINGS 1 1%e Sim has .liecn away on a several weeks vacation. H'is holidays are always short, in this country, anyway. GOSSIP By Ikt ON THE SIDE Watch the 'grain grow. By all ineains, let us bore for natural ' Tf it is here, the people ouglvi. to Ivave tl>e tjenefit of it. We not'iee the telephone number of ihe Sasknt-oon l>hoenix is 1012. 'rh.iit city, in ontk-r lo l>oom itself, have started numlicring the �phones, at 1000, in order to 'lead tlie i>eoplc to believe it Ivad as nvany hello instruments as cities of r.0.000 or 100,000. John p. Rockfeller has given millions to estoiblish roformoiories in the United States. . He no doubt hopes to reform some of Che people who have been attacking Itim, ARE YOU IIK THE RUSIT? 1i''il )t over occur to you that the V'ar,v liest you have ever expected of your district has Ijooii so 'more than: lealii'j'd that you^have felt ashamed ol'.your want of laitli, even though you'ara not among tbu knockers. ' Tliat rain must through to China, have soaked Th)ng.' land near |o,fH,icla her bedroom door talking to for her ail' the tune. The princess haa quite a serious ^ case of love-sicknese. When Alfonso Macleod is already down .�o facts eoming o� the yacht �t Giro Ida atKl Aguws jn its negotiations for ICna. they bo4h rushtW at a flour mill lethbridge hod bet^ter other siimil4�ncously before the get a hustle on or Macleod will beat ^.n^wiy wai Jiecurcd, and bwt for *** Ii4ie re.�tra��ing hiwids they prc^^ wouM have eotftrooed in ihe sea. (^ch night Atfonso^lMKl to IKeral-ly be ordered hoate by the Prinocss Henry of Uattenburg, ood bo waa always around . ogfam the next morning before .the royai; hounehold was well 'ai�tir. . The lovera were entirely uncoh-eibibus of the nurffring and snickerinif thcvt went on amcing .t4ie royal suite at their Irsntic hoy and girl love antics, and oiily laughed when Bna'n young hrother mimicked in panto-iikine their .perfervid meetings and tearful partings. At dinner AUomo Mt ooide oil et-iquekte and iniiiated on fitting ^bo-!�ide EM. and tihey enHbarroased 'the company ly (lokHng eiich olIiBr's InuKki iiodeir t4te table, entirely , ob^ HviouB Uiot tlwy were not alone. In view ol 4Mh conidition of affairs, tlie WDcoe, when ife parting came for i4ii�e weeks, woa. anticipated' wit*! profound anxiety. The king and prlncMO^nioiorpi together ;in a clonccl iomiMU from 'Ktnatngtoh to .>9oatlMni(i�oa, and wlten tine car arrived �t Ms dofltMatibn, wliere Princess .Ho'.^aiiii^t� They bid owi^^ and^Kha^ batiiediii tears. ruibMt -to bury; hbinieil iii Hlw sfcluaion of hw mQther's'ibbibrl';:, �:;.-::t\V;:;i,;';;C*; MACHINE SHOP WORK JPROMPT. LYVCORRECTLY EXECUTED MINE AND SAWMILL WORK A SPECIALTY ^ ^ Wei want a chance to figure on your CASTING AND MACHINE WORK No matter how ktrge or how small SELLING AGENTS FOR Canada Foundry Co.. steam pumpb Qumey Foundry Co., steam and hot wat�r heatmg. Canadian Asbestos Co., Asbestos cement. Ontario Wind Engine and. Pump Co.. vtrind-mills, etc., wood and steel water tanks, all capacities. A mad dog bit (mi eastern lacrosse player, and Uie dog died of aleobol-ism 'two days afterwards. That's ^om' some. 'IViis is on amusingly worded in-sinuaition tihat apptiars in the "To-ronto Telogmin: "It's goin' some" sure. ,As a matiter of fact, tiiough too ' many players of all kinds' of sport s 'fol^gl�t .that to Ije a good athlete, booze inu�t ibe left alone. The most successi'ul athletes have been chaps who never touched strong drink. I^ake Sborring, the Ifaniilton boy who won the great Marathon vwni in Athens. He is a total abstainer, and Ibis is his advice to Canada's young athloU's; ''If they" intend to win let them �ga with that deterininatdon titat brings success in every walk ol life. Train .faithfully, go to ted 'oariy and abdtain from all intoxicating liquors. If any .voung man has athletic ability^ and he observes tiiefie very sim|�le rules, success is assured" in every branch of field or track effort," "Money talks." .: Cawthra Mulock, Gov- son of Sir Wm. Mulock. is not yet words .they know nothing about, it) order to make peo{>le iinoigine they bo've a heap oi knowledge. I re-incmljer a fellow conning into a newspaper office down east and soy- o? only one on the measure ol ing: '.'A lot of the M. C. R.: m�g-tJ. M. magnates were in 'town." form the oditor that ''a lot of M. C. n. mOgnatca were ihtown." ^V�ain~tbe same fellow looked at a biilkvtin .hoard during tbe Siiuth Af-j himself, rican war and exclttimod to a pa�-senby that the nritons haid sufTerod a lot oiF Casual 'Ties, pronouncing casr iialties as though it was made up of It wo different wbrdH. Tbe census.enumerators will, soon be maWtng ihienf routtds in tJie Ijeth-bridjK district, and here are some of the qiteations tb^y will fire at tlie public: � ' Name of each person 'in tha family; relation to bead .of family; sex; inarh; .iaii or winter wheat, or siinvmer-fnilowcd iawd, acres and bushils; on ot'hcr land acres omI bushels; oats, ocres: awl i)ushels; tmrlcy, acres and busbels; rye, acivs and biishcis; flax, acres and bushels; potatoi's, acres and bushels; sugar beats, aeres and biish-els; other fi�;ld roots, acres and bush-, and bushels; is done nursing.- Wipe it off sown or cultivated hay; acres and CLOSE CA'ia^. negina. May 22-The Scott government was sufftained �>y a majority vrnnt of 93,500 to ibe WestsraCaB- ada Immigration Assot�i�tion lo-st night. Mr. l^ngiey, of Redbury, voted with the Opposition, and San^ dcr^on, of Kihiatiino failed td record HAVOC WnOIJGHT DY USASTItOlTS FIRE Milwaukee, Moy 20.-Four dead. Twenty missing. One hiindrod fom>il'les homnelcss. . Five counties devastated and mil-livwiN of d�>llars worth of proficrty destroyed are the result of 'the Michigan forest fires so /ar. LETHBRIDGE LEADS. SORE NIPPLES. A ctiro may be effedod .by applying Chamltieriain'8 Salve as soon as the els; forage erop(i, acres sown or cuitivaled hay; tions; native or prairie hay, tons with, a soft' clolli t�fore allowing the child to nurse; Many trained jiurses . V � i^'use Ibis snivo with tbe Ijest, iwsiilts. Information with regard to n^^^ip^j.^ t^nts per box. Sold by all crops of IWXi *'� ** lliw.ists acres in all------ - "^n.-.^'^^'W'"*^- crops; fall or winter whent, acres on siimmer-falktwoj iaml: acres ^ fm other land; spring Wb^t, i acres oh sununer-raUowd lond; aci^ on c4h^; la�id; acres of oois, barley,, ilax, potatoes, sugar beets and other fleld t vts-. forage crops; sown or cultivatod hay; A MUSICAL TItEAT,. Now that ^lirrng is here, it shouKI be associated With music, iaiigbter and'^iMrcrii, and ynu can got .them all at Oliver's Hail Satiiiiilay even-Hu'mmer-faMorwtHd land in 1904 and iing, .func 9nd. Tbe tinioful Juvenile 1905. With reierunce. to farm orjDoslonians, who made suoh an iin-ronah land, 1906; the acres of term I piflttion last March, are to play, a lon^ own^d or occupied; aci�s ' oflnvturh eng�gm(een in Aliier." ta since 1877. Mr. Venne, who had lieun at one time a member of. the R, N, W. M, P., resided recently at Beliy River. Di^�rtb was due to an attack of peritonitis. A farmer named Frod Hall, living near Moiwk] also token ill, and it is bolicvod they also will develop'the diseoHo. Rigid quaraniine' has bean . established, and the rsahtioce will be bunted. , ;