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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 22, 1905, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRiDGE HERALD simpson A BENNETT Publishers f. B. SIMPSON A, S. BENNETT SUBSCRIPTION: InAdvanoe  91.50 a year Otherwise 92.00 a year _....... ADVERTISING: Per Month - 91.00 Per Inch with the tremendous immigration pouring in from nil sources, it behooves usto look to our own interests and save the cost of transportation." Work for Alberta. The election is over, but there is a big oontest coming, and one that it to last for years, and that is the great struggle in the building up of the province of Alberta. The country should be unanimous on this proposition, but yet there will be pessimists found, there will be knockers in the land, there will be doubting Thomases, and these men wjll be able to do considerable injury in their dovious was. There are more and better opportunities in Alberta today than can be found in any other province in Canada; that does not say a word against any other province, but simply emphasizes the glorious chances presented in this province. There will be millions spent in railway building dxiring the next ten years there will bo hundreds of thousands spent in government improvement there will be hundreds of thousands spent by the army of settlers who are coming hero to make theii homes, and to turn the barren prairie soil into vast gardens that will produce foodstuffs for the millions. There is great work ahead for the people of Alberta but it will be a glorious work, for it will be a labor of love that will reap the harvest of success and satisfaction. The growth of the province, tho prosperity of the people, the happiness of the homes, is more to one and all than petty political prejudice and the advance ment of any one individual. It is the time for independence of thought, for untrammelled action, for unselfish devotion. Let us unite for one object, one hope, one desire, the advancement of Al berta. No better slogan is needed in the struggle to come, no stronger incentive is required, no richer reward asked for than the suid i'air to make this oily-tongued �>!;: ior look like a pea in a peck beioiv many years. The lodge has at present 15 members and hns two initiatory degrees which are put on in a manner that would make the Eagles look sick. A baseball team is an important side-issue and a football eleven is l)eing talked of. The boys are also making arrangements New Premises New Goods Recherche Articles | Will be Spoken of Next Week. ijG-. H. JOHNSTON Mason & Risch iano Co. is like a skunk, backward. he FOR THT ftF^T SERVICE IN It! LLVHBKlDOr: STOP AT THE I HOTEL DALLAS What Mr. Gibbs has to say regarding Neepawa, can be applied in many respects to Lethbridge. And in addition to the advantages enjoyed by Neepawa, Lethbridge has great coal viens at her very door. The pay roll is what builds up cities. It is not tht big resi deuces oMhc large $tg$$ They, may BeJput up on tf&4|�p�^;:the future, bm! ,with^Tihe;^pa'yrbU iher^tf'JD^^enniKiM^t' *prosperity. Lethbridge must do all in her ]�wer to induce manufacturers to locate lion.-. Uverj institution that adds ten or twenty men to the payroll of the town is another spoke in the wheel of progress. Mr. Gibbs has sized up the proposition correctly, and his remaaks are worthy of conideration. If you have got u man guilty of violating the election laws of the province, put him where he belongs, in jail, and look for his political leanings afterward. Spare no man who has attempted to bring disgrace on the new ^ovince by crookedness on elect ioir Hay. Tho vote belongs to the people and no, man or combination of men have a right to deprive the people of legitimate results, aud the party tliat attempts to protect a man because he is a member of that party is inviting defeat and disgrace Let us preserve the purity of our ballot. That is the duty of both parties, and when it comes to election corruption it is time to throw away party prejudice andj unite for honesty, for a gymnasium in their quarters The following compose the present officers: - Fred Johnston, Sresident; Fred Rose, secretary; lepben Beynon, treasurer; Fred. McBoth, librarian; Jas. Kenny, journalist. Altogether it is a very laudable and beneficial institution and the boys should receive every possible encouragement from their parents and the citizens generally. Here's success to the I. O. of U. S WE ARE ADVERTISED BY OUR SATISFIED FRIENDS Kind Words that Help. *' ,Vf. ? y y f v y y y y y X V f y y y V V V X A. BIRNIE & CO Morrissey Junction, li. C. : STANDARD  Lumber Oo'y ;lt| A FULL STOCK OF  Rough and Dressed Lumber \ 5 r,3CCCTC':^':,:,Ti*i"*''''Ti'^'''m"�"rc^ ^ . -...t.~----,--------.....- - ----^ r------------- ^ Prompt shipments made to any part of Alberta *T NEID1G _____:__TT^..-_____-'------" - "------- - I House and Sign Painting Paper Hanging and Kalsomining LICENSED AUCTIONEER Dealer in Second Hand Furniture KOOTENAY MARBLE WORKS Shucklcton Simpson & Co. Manufacturers of Marble and Granite MONUMENTS Wholesale and Retail 5 NELSON,B.C.: B.C.MOORtf.Local Agt Barnes & Co. REAL ESTATE and GENERAL. AGENTS Otfice"S�M�d Flow Soatbard Block Pest Office ,]3ox 3 Telephone No. 122 ;