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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 15, 1905, Lethbridge, Alberta 1-' 'fr HHJ il" ADVERTISING Ptr Month SI 00 Per Inch High Grade Immigration. Of recent years there 1ms been vast immigration of. settlers from the United States to the fnir and fertile domains of Alberta and (lie Canadian generally. This class of immigration is nf fhi> toil-notch order, mid true Canadian should bo proud to see it en- courage it. Tims shall our vast tracts of God's which vrc have enough and to spire for peopled by m in- telligent, progressive race of onr era n kind, who's ill reailily be >'1'- veloped into pprmaiionr, patriotic, so'id citizens, who will adhere to one which protects their homes and their whose posterity will be educated in our schools, become n part of our com- monwealth and eventually -issnine their kgiejl positions as important faciovs in our commercial am political fact become In natnial evolution .1 part and pane of and inseparable from our prom standard of Canaclianism. Tins is ali coming (as it has already conn but on a smaller scale, in yciii gone by) and it will bo good. I has been prated and foreboded bj the pessimistic alarmist that thesi inroads by Yankee settlers maj result in dire effects upon on national constitutionalism and tha urjppouderance of reimblieai to bear as t al home. And n cases wheie the paient will not discipline Ihe child il is the duly of the "I'inieipiility Ui take matli'iH in liiiuil so far as it is able. The [utuio of a boy or a gill often de- upon Iheir Ix'ing kept at home nights. (jive us ihe curfew. That will settle the business. Alliertii winils is more trees. The town of U-tb- biidge should lx) tilled with lives trees loday If over) resident of the town had followed the example set by a great manj onld be the prettiest town in Allxjrta today. The vv riler remeni- Ix'rs lhat in Kansas when) he first visited eighteen years ago, the people have changed the unco of that country and even effected a lxjuefici.il change in the climate by the libel.tl planting of Irees. Years ago H lien Stirling .Morton went to the state of Ne- braska it was a banen praine over which Ihe winds swept with terrilir Mr. ilorlon became a crank on the tree question, lie talked it early and late and by his inllrienci1 Nebraska Ix'eume i lieo planting stale .Hid they have one day a year that called, arbor day. and is celebrated as a general holiday. Last week a monument to memory was unveiliil in Nebraska and one of the chief speakers was Graver Cleveland, Hie onl) livii ex-president of the United States. Of all that was said in praise ol the memory of the man, his grand work in encouraging the planting of trees received the iiiostaUention The people of Allxrta should all become tree cranks. Too many Irees cannot be planted Anil Lethbridge should have one holi day a year, upon which occasion every person uhoouiud a foot ol property in the town should plant one or more trees hat glorious results would follow. of this tow n should be nember of thai organization in good stand- ing. Snocem begets (itccetH, -aud the growth of this province it going to be so rapid durine the next few years that no town can afford to stand still. Alberta is a paradise for th ta has today vae people who Lave eomo here iimHsken up land and engaged in actual farming. These are the people who are everlastingly singing the praises of the prounce and naturally their opinion goes long way with the stranger vho is looking over the land. To the man who has spent many winters in the colder sections of the country Sunny Alberta Si ems like veritable land of sunshine. If )ou have a moment to spare ask your friend to subscribe for the Lethbridge Herald It will do him good, it will do the Herald good and it will do the, country good. A Few Remarks. It seems strange that the C.P.E. ivill let a passenger ride as far as Macleod in sleeper coming east, and then at that hour of the night have a negro porter fire Ihe uclim of a petty rule out of the car into the oilier coach that may be filled from end to the other. A passenger for Lelhbridge should have the opportunity to ride lo this town in the sleeper if lie is willing to pay for il. Sleigh bells and sleighs are not in demand in this country. Very, few of us can afford to buy any- Ihing of tho kind when they eannol be used more than a during tho year. eek or two ,-oung men of lodav. Lethbridgc may be too far to the south of the center tho province to la.v claims as a candidate for capital honors, but it is the town of. all towns for some ouo of the nan can come lo this province and provincial institutions that will ake up land without making big have to be built right awny. And nonoy. And no man can buy land i H'is f'ict should not bo overlooked ere and place it under cultivation "10 of Lethhridge. vithont Incoming rich. This state- lent applies, of course, to the in- When thai north and south road olligent and The is built fjethbridgi) will make rapid 'old of Alaska is nothing us com- strides to the front. Tt is up to in rod wilh (he wealth producing i the people because success is wwibililics of (his (o crowd (hem lo the limit during ere it is jxjssiblc to live in n the next few ycnra, Talk Lethbridge. There are hundreds of peoplr passing through L.Mhbiidiie eacli year looking tor land anO. homes That is where this town is over- looking a finepioposition. lustcuc of allowing these people to through without seeing what ad Letubiidge and the snr- roundingScountry have to offer.; good man ihould be leoured vv hi would make it to in traduce riaitwa of section land north, but none better, am the cheaper the land the larther it is away trom uu.rket and civiliza- tion There are people vv ith mono) to invest who prefer to pay more for land and be able to get mmiedi ate results rather than wait five 01 ton years. These are the people for Lethbridge to cultivate, and i can be done with profit to the com inunity. There are many peopli v.'lio come to Lethbridge and le.ivx without hearing a word for tin tow n or This ib uiilur tunate. The merchant who wouk fail to show his goods would 9001 be out of business. Lethbndgi has the goods, but they new. pushing. A Passing Breeze. wouldn't for the woild sa; anything to hurt the feelings of i member of-the gentler sex, but ou lady reporter assures us that tin following will bring no disasle upon us, as the heroine resides on of town. It was pretty gus.ty-like last Friday (morningatter election and between keeping their hats 01 and their skirts down lady ptilest- rians were al Iheir wits' ei ds al times. Shortly after noon a young woman who was walking over to the station had just passed the Hudson's Bay store when a still breeze caught her foul; she grabbed for her skirts, when all at once her hat assumed a groggy JKISC, and, before she conld adjust it, had torn away from her auburn anil hiked across tho road. The lady quickly got lo sheller.and achival- rouo gentleman who was passing gave chase tor the headgear. Ho quickly recovered it and hanibng it over to the young lady said, "I guess this isn't damaged much bin- was the picture of gratitude up to this point, but when he strelch- cd fortli the other paw, gripping a goodly sized bunch of Iwgus hair, this looks a lit she, snatched the articles mil iioiinciii away wilh an air of scorn that would have made Sarah Bernhardl green wilh envy. Dan. AlcGillicndy, the well known journalist, who was formerly president of the Canadian Press and who new holds an important position in I ho Interior Doparlmen', ot the Dominion Government, was in this district a few days lasl week. lie spent Kriday lost in Ijolhbridge and left the same night on !iin return trip lo Ollawa. Worth of goods must be Clea ed before we move to our Aristocratic Quarters G. II. JOHNSTON Will sell by PUBLIC AUCTION FRIDAY AND SATURDAY AFTERNOON FKOM :i O'CLOCK Ladies' Coats in Three Lengths, Waists, Cos- tumes, Children's Dresses, Boys' Suits, etc. G U S. N E I D I G, AUCTIONEER ASON-RiSCH .IJO is conceded he 'I'll B ST We have opened n branch in I.ethhridge at the store of the "Two Macs" E. J. CANN H. 1. Matt RockcmJi FOR THE BEST SERVICE. JN LETHBRIDGE STOP AT THE HOTEL DALLAS WE ARE ADVERTISED BY OUR SATISFIED FRIENDS "1 Whon you come to tho tropoii3 stay at the Hotel per day v Opposite C. P. R. Depcjt, .Stephens IfockendorjF Propriptors Calgary, Alberta THE HOTEL RATES, PER DAY A POIIV nl x.f ami oozi' r. port. i f guosts is a tuiitiv- ely lu. kPd af i, u. d o e of tho f- w reiliy good )ier d .y hou-os in h' n in L nhbridgo call at tbo Windsor {H. E. PROPj MANUFACTURERS OF Fine Lager. Seer, ile anil Porter! TIM: IN THE WEST All orders sent to the Brewery will receive prompt attention Kins Lumber i LIMITED SSS Cranbrook, B. C. MANUFACTURERS OF WTSTE--N TRANSFER rauij Railroad Transfeiring. ing and (ieneral Delivering. Coal Delivered Promptly. IJAV. OATS. SAXD AMJ 1 STONE FOlv1 KALE AGENTS FOR AjCuei. Wchbci and Adams Wagons Canada Carriage Co-'s Hiiuiiics. F. RODGER3 'Phone 63 Manager POSTS I am prepared to fninihh in carload lols Ihe fiiM'Sl split CEDAIi 1JMSTS. 1'jight. sever nnd leet lengths on hand C.tn furnish oiders of an) Posls alvvavs !jl X up to guarantee. Ad J 8 M8 Rough and Dressed Lumber j Moulding and Lath STANDARD Lumber Co'y A FULL STOCK OP Rough and Dressed Lumber: Prompt shipments iniifle to any part of Alherla GUS NEIDIG llouso and Sign Painting Paper Hanging and Kalsoniining IJCIvNSliI) AUCTIQNI'.KK Dealer in Seco-d Hand .Furni'tire BIRNIE C( Morrisscy Junction. U. C. KQOTENAY MARBLE WORKS Shack Ictini Simpson (Jo. J MamuacUireis of Marhlc and (iranitc MONUMliNTS i Wholesale and lictail '.igt Barnes Co. REAL KSTATJiand GliNKRAL ACF.NTS Olllcc-Sccodd SMthird Mock Post Ottifip Box 3 Tclcphono Mo, 113 ;