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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 31, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE HERALD g'^PSON St BUCHANAN Publishers J� B. BIMF'.vjtf W. A. BUCHANAN j 1f you hi* n knocker, though, get out of the remnant of ih.1u� ivist (wlf-iio/en luis il Opposition thinks Hum lol�i of young mcti lieie In nml in these words; I.e'Sbbr-litgy, but he linn the colli. Ho, i litis lust liee-n -ek'nied ii director of the Imn.-rinl IWtnk. Why.' Ikvnnse lie bus the men y. IU> is 11 IiiimIiv of tin' Toronto (li'iK'ial ll-osplt-al. Why.' Ikcnuv.' out of tin- several million' left 'him, ho j..�\v *U0o\00ii In I In' Hospital NO MAILS. In the opinion of the Iternhl. people of liOt'lvl.rMgi' ntv.l ntheri is on the (.'row's Ne.---.! line mv the iliu-re- ceiving sUabhy 'tivniin.'irt from the C. P It. Kvery day or so the m-nils from tin1 en*t. nm.1 t'lvy niv importiriil imiits to 'tin* liiisiiioss in >ii of this city, foil 10 txurh hero t�'i'nusi> ilit" Crow's Nest i milt ilo.-* not wnit for tilt* eastern connection at Medicin." tint \V ui(h>rsliviwl iIk- C. 1*. II. I* paid to curry n iihui i-v�-ry �ln,v ti'ivl �v ilo nol know tif any pro\ Is-ion Miiirh nllows tlK'in 1o miss it. if Ilu- imiin li'lH- 'trains �io liil lint if Iho train is n day l�t�\ lull thoy hIioukI wu+t w^h.ii it is n nmt  ti'r of .six hours or so. This is n ipii'st inn Hi-.- llonisl of Tnwlo uri|rl>t vi-rv well taki- �i|i with 'Plit'ii ink'- ihi' rily. A t'hmiiil piviph' 'lm\�� tor. Motloni con-vciiioiH'i's nmko H a romfortnlilo ivs-kk'inv ri-iy. with th I np|VMiniii'\i'ln.'ivt'' Aiv you living in tho wi-sl wit'liotM Imiviii^ an ii�loi\'st in n iwi'tch of ivnl t'Nl-ati' or form Inn-Is.' liriRU'l'vl luivfl has gom1 from ci-ghi lo tni'Wv-fni'. l.t wall !� fifty in low yonrs. l>ry Inivl, nml r.ot so Thi�* News lias only Ik.xI O'Im" op-piwluiii'ty to i-onVfi'M' with A. .1. Huln-rtson, M. IV IV, siiii'i- tho l.r of Mis MnJosly'n lo.Mil ()p|'.ii�l-tion lui>:l no wirri1 rrltirisin to IimIo- roni'i'i ii. ii^ th" mm lull i.v. Must of iln> hvis'liii'iim, lni!l� nml ilu- H.nl Kvr hill. nn;l g,uMn t4w (lovfriini.'ii't, ovi-n wltliniil i-nlliiitr in Ci.nwrvnti�os, lint did not di'si^invlt* for |nilili-OUt'ioil whom 'Ik' roller k'l's till' wisikvr nuMii4.v'rs of t;n' CivliiKM. Hut Mr. Iloli'i-tst u icniri-.il-* lo his |Mili't irnl i>|i|ioiv.m�; s ,.ii t'li*' lloiisi-nil ho'k'.Ml � isJi In nlvnnro tho wi'lfnri' f ilh> Kyo i)|h**�!-. is'nt � piirt ik.iii hy uny iik'iiiis. Hi- WIik'ii I n*M lion. (%as. W. Cross. AttoiiK'.v-tloiK'inl of AH*t't� IiIumhIi-,ir K>n its '�'Chnrlvy" Cross 11 know 'Win ns tluM.1>\ nml tho small K>y iikiliw;! Cross its the 'liitf "Injun" In this ^mno. IU> lonrmvl tho art of handling iIh' s'tlrk in MokIiH', ohkI Milton !� Slaios, loo, ns 'tho i'ollogo louroil 'NivTo ovory siimmor. Buy! Buy Now! And take advantage of the general advance in values. We ean gjve you many instances of where wide awake men have doubled their investment within 1(1 months in Lethbridge Lots. Study our sales from day to day and be convinced. I notliH* 4�> 'Kiinn to say. ho s-tnkos from th" t-hj*. ill l->lilKiivlon i'lK' tolo|�houi! \oais. mt.l iK'Huips hi rnttaiiy im iiiho- -- * wi�h puMir sooi imiHit. nnt Iv M-onivd for tin? inoonvenk'iico .Lotltliridgo is i-oni-l�>llils tlpoit llv J. J. HILL NEEDED. So fnr 't-lt' n�nl s'tnto movoni s>tnto l'n niv iHot ikiiii runs. :i if I tiusiiii'ss is i-miiing wiiliout ihoir 'tryint; to | VWilk-lltllsksl in\( �tihiI onui'tion wtittKl-poliH. is l4to cuso of Sir Wilfi'W l^uiiiii-i- -in tin- l*roviiuv of (Juo-U'c. Sir Thomns (I Slnnigh^-ssy. in a sp��ch nt (JiioUh' mho.' iluys nso. loudo it clour thai Ih- was opposo.l ilu'tr way to -tho pntrnniv of itto .1. .1. Hill om-ho tli loatl. Iicr.auso. as ho ai-^mvl. to ilu-, 1 Canadian roads should w loft thoj Most of tho turnovers Ivaw lioc-n task of piM\rdin� Hum cumin wiih iimwIo for rush, mxl thoii- is no ckiti-transport-ntion  fat-iiri n-s 'I li.ti of tying up t^w small investor hy Rounds very good .down oas-t. whoro :lonipin-tit*n of a siuull first |my-Ontario and Uuohoi niv -iilonlifully uiont Vri.vs havo lioon low for ivnl snppllod witth railroavls. but what �'st�to for a ItHvg tiino. and ore not doos rl itK'.in in ihc wvsf Simply :J' would havo to wuit until tho C P ' �- ���� II fi-lt in tho iiuh>.I to supply u- , w'rl4i tlh- rndroixl faciirtios wo nood . TJio C IV It has ul tbov will never be able w roatd jlliu*. niKl Hhmfs oil thoiv Is to il. The systoin has mot with gi\x�t. suo-iioss in lVivrltoro, Out., and ks ihiw being Inst^lUvl in Uranlfond. Tho oost -to siH�sorliors is away i�;|o\v tlK14tt\va\[y with i his fivther. His fathot cIuiIIoii^hI hN! : vote. 'On wImk uronn.ls?" ik'iiian youth. "No. you'w not." sold t-lw father: "you wont lie 21 till tomorrow." "I soy I will." cried the ,\outh "1 was ttorn on the I'Jlh day of No vemlior It's down In the old Udile "Tlvo It's a mistake," sal-.l the man. '.'You were'nt born till the morning of tho Ktth ol Xi>vonv!.�r, 1 can vow " .* "How c*n you?" "How'" repented tb.> old man. indignantly, "(loodiiess gracious. 4 choice Buaiiiriaa Lots, Konml StfWl.............s,.................................. $3000 2 choice Businvos Lots, Retlputli Street.............................................. $ 0000 1 I'hoico Business Lot, Redpath Street............................................... $ 5000 2 choice Business Lots, Round Street.............................................. $ 6500 1 choice Business Lot, with buildings, Round street...................,............... I 1500 J 2 lots, 2 houses, 1 burn, Smith street................................................. $ 2200 3 Business Lots on Ford street.................................*..................... $ 1200 Riverviow Lots, $125, $25 down, balance on easy terms. 7 Residential Lots on Redptith Street........................................ $125, easy terms INSURANCE AND LOANS A SPECIALTY I The c. B. Bowman Agency LETHBRIDGE ALBERTA country- las was'nt 1 thore?" boo The C. V. it. is afraid Hill, "Wcti," returned the son. with will Bpoil for all time the "subsidy" !prouj d�flanc�. "was'nt I Uwre gnaft in Canada. If Hill is prepared j ioo?" a i' hod to W__ - j itnd biiikl as road as anybody else,1 _ j and especially wtoiti he proposes to All wo can say "wbout W. T R j open u|> a section of country that . 1'ivston. Canadian Immigraiion ,lo h�'�ld the CPU. hns'nt louchod. and;Agv>nt in liiiglnn.1. who is now giv-|P�H>lo of -Canada will see that oth-; - 1'iai without a cent of bonus or an /'>B evidence at Ot.tawa. is that thej^ ro*ib do the same in the future.1 An awful lot of rot appears in the ii.ie of land grant. j Liberal party would be far better oft ^ ' [papers when royalty is love-making A� wo undorstand Mr. Hill's plan,''1 il "a*' nover known hint or had Sheriff Young sounds all right, eh?|one wouVd unagiiw a reporter stooil ho propi^s to run lines through the'anything to do wrth him. Mr. Pros- J - j by as the lovers kissed tract of t.-n-rtory -lietwis-n tin-Crows 'on is clever wo mlmi't. hut that is l,ne all we can suy for him. H-ls ctMinec- nd held All parties ngroe that Malcolm j hand*, but we hardly think royalty Young's appointment as sJierifl could is that foolish to allow tihcir "love N.-st lino and -the uiaiii lino of C P. R is'nt Uwit justt what we Hon with some famous elections tn i n|>!ui Uie proper dlrec-1 T-lmt rain compelled concents and ,, ^iven out for people to read. I tins wih.iut any help from the llov- programme. rinm-nt The introduction of sueli tt ' well if he got rid of Preston, f�..iii > into Canada must ituki.-l star- � I.- Mr Shaughnessy aiKl otln-r rail' It to for Ainoricnii -busineHH In irti In. I grants uini MilwKlies for (Anfc-rican territory, but H is all y.-.trs wrong for .1. .1. Hill to coni|n>t� for Mr IMI sounds the death knoll of ^"""i"" bus-im-ss i-n Canadian ter-th.i! t,.n cif thing. i ---o--- I NEW PUBLIC BUILDINGS. i it or v. Sir Tlios. Hlmugtmcssy oan't null iImii>g axldressod > niv it fi ur- 1-ethbrktae is in Allierta, tile liest !>!�> S Ml lely, i-t behooves our iiii- I'rovimv in Canada. . �. to make every effort to have Iiiii.iiiiii.il (iovernuuMit ei>-ct Why wlioiiiVil -this country lie ralloil .i ii-.i -n'rvtantml 'buihhng Iwre to ihe "Xorthwe�t" anyway. It gives :. ii--:l as iioMtotlii-e. custom's olllce nmiiy |m-o|)1o t4>e klea thait the word in I lands' trtle ollli-e. The tiuw is "mirth" often conveys, that 'this Is ci r�it nti--. and wo trust a united of- n land of low tont|M>railuiv, when, i..i will lie made in Unit direction. , as a mat tor of titer. Allioi'ta Is as V. Ilk the lloruld would like to see warm mid ns ilelirg.l�ifu| a province to an I wo 'believe a good inuny cili- ii'mhIo in. ns any province in the on-;.-ns aiv of tlH- same opinion, is the tiro Dominion Cot out that "North i �''! - ion of a now fioverntnent tiuild- Wes-t " expression, ii.jj on the public �|iiaiv, so limit it � - �- v. ,.i'd In- convonii-ut to everyliody. The si>n hus -liein away on a Sevan an iKlornuieiit to the city also oral wiM'ks varntiion. His holklays Sn iiiunik-d as it won Is I In.- by the lire always shoot, in this country, li. .mi ii'nl trees which now grace the'anyway. |..rk tins building would have a � ti. .i locatinn tha* any puhlic build-; Watch the grain grow, .i �, �> know of in the went. ' � t'lii'ii again, il*.- tune is luiir ui By nil means, lot us bore for not-ii..n.l when we will U? iiiiii|x-IUsI to' ural gas If it is here, the people still I a newspaper the other day: | The love-malrtng of King Alfonso ~~~~ t .ami the Princess Kna altords much Calgary hcIiooIb. eliurclios, public j amiisement. not untingod with con-bulldlngs. oit- not Ughled by the Jsiernatlon among the royal circle, municipal lighting plant, neither ar^Thelr ardor knows no hounds, ihe homes ,>f many of the nldorinen. | One day when Princess Kna was 'Plint Is mighty poor recognition of j tonf>ned to h.r b�t wrth a severe n public utility, and Miows that Cal-jiokl. Kwg Alfonso ktcked up a tnr-gary does not jnissess the civic \ rifle row liecause he wns not permit-prkle that it lias �he got it for |M>r u|| the time. a KO�K- 'IHie princsM has quite a serious ~~'~T rase of love-sicknese. When Alfonso Mncleoil is already clown to facia W^,R coming off the yacht at Oirolda niwl flguivs in its negotiations for'lo tfro(.t i-ina, they both rushve orderwl home l�y the Princes* J ' Henry of Hattenburg, and ho waa alwayii around again the next inonwng before the royat houseliold was well as-tlr. The lover* were entiraly uncon- i OEORGE M. HATCH C. R. DANIEL r % Improved and Unimproved I Farm Lands City Property Wheat Lands | ALBERTA REALTY COMPANY s I (OFFICES IN SOUTHARD BLOCK, LETHBRIDGE) r % Does a general lieu I Estate and Live Stock Coniiiiiasion Business in ull Southern Alberta.. No m trouble to show yon our lists ami take you out to see the In mis, lots or Hooks. We have 4000 r acres in separate improved irrigated farms. Many thousand acres im pro vet I and unimproved r wheat lands.............i..- I ----�--' . 'I Good City Property The Townsite of Coaldale ^ Try l's as Buyers or Sellers. Your Correspondence Solicited. mm__________�--�g�g^^^8^T^M^^^W^!ff^-----U-J-�---W^�WMW-�w>�MWt^P^|  Cctbbrldflc iron Works Co., Ud. Manufacturcrt of GREY IRON AND BRASS CASTINGS MACHINE SHOP WORK PROMPT-  MINE AND SAWMILL WORK LY V CORRECTLY EXECUTED * A SPECIALTY * * We wunt a chance to figure on your CASTING AND MACHINE WORK No matter how large or how amull SELLING AGENTS FOR Canada Foundry Co.. steam pump& Ourney Foundry Co., steam and hot water heating. Canadian Asbestos Co., Asbestos cement. Ontario wind Engine and Pump Co. windmills, etc., wood and steel water tanks, all capacities. GOSSIP!*** ON THE SIDE i1-"1" h.iv'e larger eivii- UnUlllVKti. The I iVM-iit quartx>i-8 are fur Win buiuII , i.ir it city thut is giouiitg like l>nh-I i-iil.i.- Any way, u iieuuiiful rily 'all plut-od on tli� sn�ore, loo. tit.iii.i impi'esH ntrantferH with the in... i!mt this city �us |jri>giro&Hive, niitl'li-i in huve tlie lienefU of it. We m>tii-e the ii I'l\oc-inx in 1(112. I T'liut i-ity, hi (iivk't- lu Ihioiii i'tHelt, iiiuM li�vc Hlarl�eo|ilii tn believe it hofii us iimny uie. A larger 'iiy hull ik requirwl, , hello inatruiiw-nts uh ritiea ol ui .1 �> are not arguing for a buikl- \f.o.OOO or lOO.OiiO. my c ii the sole ground that it uuiilj ^ . - _- l...iK iiu-e on tli" wiuure. 1 J,>|wi p. Tioclcfollw Iwis glvon nuil- ii"; would at it he.autii'.v the lions to et�tal>li�li roforiiiaitorieH in si|ii;ii- tu have two lurge public t)u, Lj>l-tn which hotting was $1IH) to $1, won � race, at the Woodbine, Toronto. ^That's making money nlmosl uh tanl �h iu Ijath-lirwlgi- real i'Ht�tc. A uuwl' ilog 1>H tMi eastern lacrosse pluyer, and Uh� dog died of uloolKil-isiu .iwo |m>arn in -the Toronto TelKgiHim: "H'h goin' nmtui" Mire. Ah u tnaMer of fact, though too ' many players of ull kinds of sports -tortffi -tiliat to I* a good athlete, iiooze miiBi iImi left ulone. The niiM�t HUi-ci'*iiiil �>thleles 1m�v� heon vhapH who never touclted strong drink. Take iSherring, the Ifonnllton boy who won t4ie great Marathon roi-e in A'llieiiH lie is a 'tot*I ab-Btainer. ami this is his ad Wee to Canada's young athlou-s: "If thoy intend to win let tlvern go with that �leteni�inatiion tiliat 'brings surci'ss in ovory walk of life. Train �faHMully, go to led tmrly ami alwtoin from all intoxicating liquors. if any young man has athletic ability, and he observes these very simple rules, success is assnred' -in every branch of fiuhi or track effort." "Money talks." Cawthra Mulock, M5ioun of the ni�d|ring and (wickering that wen-t on among the royal suite at utiolr frantic hoy ami girl love antii%, and orily lougho:! when Kna'* young brother mimicked in panto-mine their perfervid meeting* and tearful jwrtings. At dinner AUonao sat aside all �l-iquekte and initiated on sHting ^beside ICnn. and -Uiey emliarrassiKl Uie company *>y nokUng each other's trawls under the tahle, entirely ou-livlous that (hey wore not alone. In view of this condHion of affairs, the scene, whon tne parting came fnr three works, was anticipated with profound anxiety. The king and princess mot one I together in a ciosod tonn*roader smiles overspi�ad tiie countenance of all around her. At last, as she was about to tap at tha window, the king stained out and tenderly assisted the princess to alight. They had one more wild embraoo. and Bna. bathed in tears, rushed to bury herself in the seclusion of her mother's motor. The census enumerators will soon lie makltng liioir' roiuvds in 'the Ia-Ui-bridg district, and hero are some of the i|Ut.>riiiil>er a fellow coiniing into a CLOSE OA-lib. Hegina, May 22-Tho Scott government was sustained by a majority iiewh|Miper ollire -down east and say- 1 of only one on the measure of ing: "A lot of the M. 0. It. niug-f. It. ningnwtas were In town." iorin the alitor that ''a tot of M. C. R. magnates were inlown." Aipitn tho wiine fellow looknl at a hillMin hoard during the South Af-riean war and exclalmoil to a, pus-witby that the Hritons hod siiffer as soon as tho els; forage crops, acres aiKl bushels; ;*'� '� uo�� nursing. Wipe it oft sown or cultivated hay; awl w�"  �"(t M '^or.s �H�w���*h� t nurs,�. Many trained nurses Information with regard to field IWh �.lv� with the heat.result., . ...,w. __. ...in j,, u.nlPrico 2.1 cents per Iw*. Sold by all rops of 1I�MI asked for will be the , - acres in nil cronn; fail or **��..�""�"*�� wheat, acres on summer-falloWMj land: acres on othor land; spring wheat, acres on sumiis'�" can-get tivem all at Oliver's Hall Saturday ov��n-ing, June SimI. Tiw timoful JuwnilD or! Rosionians, who manle such an im- JMfnrk iios �t�iV. M. V., resided recently at ilelly River. Dearth was due to au ntiock of |k>ritonMis. A farmer named Fred Hall, living near Moi�k05. With releivnce to farm raneh land, J900; the �cn*s of farm1 predion last Mureb, are to play � lao-l owned or occupied; acres' of'tmiurn cngatfement at l�ihlirk�go on farm land in pasture; and aci�s|tl� above date. Lovers of child-life M �'��>. hn\->j also taken ill, �nd H is owned or leased �s ranch land will should not miss iJiis treat. Hpeeiul holieved they Also will