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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 22, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta LBTHBRID6B HERALD PRINTING CO.. LTD. W. A. BUCHANAN. Mautiai Director. W. JORDAN, Supt. of Job Department. SOBSCRIPTtON. In Advance - $1.50 a year Ottiarwise - �2.00 a year ADVERTISING: Per Month ~ - l.OO Per Incb "KNOCKING DOWN" FARES. The Herald is in entire accoixl with tbo (oHowing article troni 'the To  ronto Saturday Night. It hits tlu mil aquare on the hcalnmol�5s. If a railway conductor betra.vs Ms trust at>d defrauds his employers, he nhould be not only discharged, but .criminally prosccvst�l, and i�ntil nu-n are jallod for this crin�, people v:i]] not include it in the list of crime.s Anotlicr necessity is that tha nvti who conspire with the conductors to defraud a railway be criminally prosecuted. Men make a jest of thBs dishonesty and soiiw who are siriuaro enough in other matters feci ashamed of themaclvcs whc stop-pefl. Yet it could be stopped if gu.l. ty conductors worv st'nt, to the Coit- ral Prison, anil guilty passenjwrs were put in the conunon jaSl for thirty days. The pa-ssenger is the tenii>ti)r. He gets on good terms with the conductor, talks nljout olh-. er men on the road, slip* him. a dollar or two-"no tickets between friimds." a new conductor may have n firm resolve that he will lot. touch crooked money, but. smarter men than himself are determined thnt they �lill "fetch" him ewoner or Ittterr-men with life-long c.\T)nri -cnco in corno>ting conductors, and, as a rule, they succeed. Somotinics Lhe.v succeed at last by shere:efTront-ery, shoving a bogus ticket w-ith a folded dollar Mil beneath it, into the conductor's hand in a crowded car. The man cannot lefuso the t p without mak.ng a scene-a sceno injurious to himself and to the ''popular fellow" ho is dealing with. He passes on, nobody suspects wlvat has happened, but the guilty passenger knows thnt he has added another to his string of follow conspirators in the game of C. and K. as far as High Uiver, at any rate. On th�j east we run touch towns on tfic main lino of th-C.P.n. v-ith greater oa.se and ron-vonience than Calgary. These facts should Iw brouirht to the atten-tion of wholosnV iiv>n 'ly thoinoard of Trade and it would .lOt lie long before thc.v realizerl thnt T.ethbrid!ee was an 'idfal distribui -ing centre for a rich district. LETHBRIOGEASACENTRE. r.lM{ bmnch linos and C.X.H. muiu ivyrsily. Our 4vgricuU\u-al rcsous l.iH' to the Saskatchewun liouiidary. inre nlways destined to �'>(! among ilif Apart fron\ this the territory aroun'l Igroati'St n.s.sefs of our provin�.,->. it is not .vet much developed. I lu'nio uiiytlrin.q: that wo can lo As to t'algary Hs territory isnin'li advaiu'-^ the ii)tore.st.s of tlie f.irm-" to lU'vl IKx-r and south to High Kiv- lis to the direct advantatre of llvo cr, with I'i'W places east and wos! i n tire province. the main line of the C.r.U. Tlvc .Xgricultural CoUeg-o, the e�^- Wo think Ijcthbridge easily e-v^ds , perim, ntal farm and the farmers in-nither Cal-gary or Kslmontcn. Wi:jstituti>s have done wonders for th.' have the entire prairie country lo jfannors of Ontario during tho !ii>car Sir,-Havinu heard that there That Iht; .\ttorney tt,noral of tlils province is w.dc awake to the iv.'nl!' of .Mherta, is eviental farm, I am. writing to 'made al>out these prolonged dela.vs you for information. I'len.sc lo t.jjl and Mr. Cross is going to i�m�dy the grievance imnHxIiately. .As long as the .Mberta govemm-'at 18 who would lik4> to attend the follows its present admirable policy school. We arc from Iowa and vin-' of moeting the needs of the people mo if there is and any information jicccssary to Ikj known. I have a son This city is well known and its pros-I'ect.s are lookeil upon as of the I'rightost character, .-^omc wise ntn j even predict that we will forgo ahe.i.d of Calgary in the very near firtui'e. l''.\-ory homo .n Alburta should I'so nnymond Sugar. It is n.s. good tis an.v sugar in tile mtirket and it is tiKidi! in .MlK^rta froni .Mlwrta grown beets unci every loyal .Ml^rt'-xn thoukl take pride in having on his table none other stiiyar than the swoel stuff from Ila.vniond. Stawl up for All)crta and its in-dustrics. -O- Outsiders speak highly of Leth-bridge. Thai's a good sign. Ijethbridgo has few Ijotter citiz.-ns than V. Vibcrt, Inspector of the I'n-ion Bank. Wherever he goes throughout the province he keeps this city to the front. Citizens of 'Ihut sort are worth more than their weight in gold. That despatch publislwxl In the Toronto tJlobc alxnit a conuiiission to inve.s'tig'ntc the Moru'.ons of South ern Allverta is a fakle. The cabinot ministers ridicule th>� sLTtement. From what wo kn'-w of the MornK)ns wc don't Ixjli^'vo tli.7.v wotikl oljjvict to a comunissioii an.\\vay hocauso thsiy fc\>l it would assi.st ill ivmoving a lot of sill.v im pi-es.sions which e.vist in people�^ minds. Lethbr.dge should^ get t-'^-^- jg/i rustle Xoj>^aii^ries aiKl wholesale lousos. 'I'his place can offer far better inducements in the way of che.ip fuel, cheap power and a central lo - cation ,than Calgary or Ednionton. and vft those places are getting all the wholesale houses and industries that are locating in All>erta marely betauso they are no>t backward in .sounding the advantages of their city. Why should Ijelhbridgv not be as good if not a letter distributing point than Calgary or Fxlmonton'? Edmonton's territory is supposed to run south to Ked Beer, oast on the dorat.and .vou are an I.S.C. graduxto. Please to let mo hear fi'om you at .your cnrlie.'it convenience. Yours respectfull.v, MKS. WM. F. BAKEH, OLEXVIEW. Alt*. \'.� IV Wittton and Gladis. Ijcttors iik� the above indicate that the need for an AgriciUtujjjJJ,-' it may expect a long lea.so of po*>er. EDITORIAL NOTES. ITera's a chance for the Board cf Trade to juit Lothbridge's splendid claims before a leading manufacc.ir-ing firm. a Quebec despatch says: �t)n account of the Queliec City Coimcil reiusing to endorse 'tl^i. -\(!-'^ [jWiS^r'VifXfai-^iff^^^ViosT'Ri&ii Coui-l>t\ny on Friday night last, asking the Government for on addiliona. The CP.It. Irrigation Co. ma'ived a wire from pjviAdont St.tchr at Minneapolis inforuUng them tii. the internat'ional union conflrin,Tl . .settlement mack; by represtmtatiw Burke and ordering the men twck it, work. The following is a copy of the telegram received by general manager L.ndsey and W. H. Moore, president tim� is not rijie perhaps for the .m- 1 jjij^^.g ^^, 1 1 the dosi>ateh says, no r^'rn^ can of- | "Minneapolis. Nov. 18, 190G. - aside lor this purpose when the time ' f^v belter advantages than I.eth - j A.greemont made by Burke recotnti/.e I does arrive for the e.s'tahli.'-hmont of ^ br.dge. We should present our ciso j liy internation-al union and men will Niioh an institution. ; imm.'''diatcly.  return to work. (Sgd.) John ^fii'tonrjl' -'- It is now confidently exp.wtcd tluit So matter wliere you go in this ^ \.he niaily Newf wlih ivgiaiTl to the settlement oi th. sti'.ke and Mitchell's wirr 'to the en a man sufi'ci'.s liumiliation, those who have t^. E:ighteen Year Old Daughter of Proprietor Blown to Pieces Near Grand I\jrks, B.C. , Grand Forks, Nov. 19.-An oppal-ng crime was commit/tod last night art Niagara, ten miles from hero, ci: the west side of the north fork of the Kettle ri\er. An Italian lalKircr who has tv.. u working on the grade of th'3 Kettle Volley Lines, broke into the powder mH�a7.ino ami for jiurposes of i\>vengow.;tO ami 10 o'clock a ter-rif.c e.xplosion took place which wrBcWee gathered" h-^n logs a foot and a half through :ind 20 feet long wore thrown one hun-droil .vnrds nwn.v from the wrecked bu.lding. The bed clothes oi the girl were blown to an adjoining building which they sot on fire. The Windsor hotel, the largest in Hegina, wns burne. Side Boards at $18., $22.. $30 a! the bonnets, bring along the .youngsters. Boys' Clothing Wo are at home in the clothing trade. We have somothing good for the boys: Boys two piece su.ts. good varnk tweed �92.50 and $3.00. Boys three piece suits, good, warm, tweed $1.50. $5.00 ard $0.00. Yoirth's three-picco long pants. $5.00 .6.00 and $7.50. WF. INVITE CO.MPAniSOV. Men's Coon Coats Nothing but the best. I'rices $30.00 $00.00 and 970.00. Men's Wombat Coats $24.00. Men's Wollaby coats $25 and $30.00 Men's beiav-cr cloth coats w.th Bus -sian Rat lining $00 and $75. Ladies' Fur Lined Coats Colors, fawn, blue and black, Rijs  sian rat lining, sable collar. Finest goods ever shown ir^ this C4>untry. Prices $60. to $85.00. Ladies' Black Astrachan Coats Pozens to pick from. Prices $25.00, $30.00, $40.00 and $45.00. Ladies' Black Per- sian Lamb Coats With Mink collar and roviers, Rus -sian blouse style and silk belt $175.00 and $200.00. FURS I FURS! Wo bavo always done a nice fur trade, this season we have tio do a bigger fur trade or "go broke." Our regular marufacturor sold us all he folt it w^as safo to sell us. But our head was swelled and we bought from two other manufacturers-Natural iwsuH, "Wo have three tim-.'s too many"-but they go liko lii;t cakes at pr.c�s like thoso: Ladles brown fur stole CO inches long. Prioo $4.BO. Ladies brown fur stole, 04 inches long. Prtco $7.00. Ladies eapci-lno, Astrachan, with 4 sabi* tails $10,00 Ladies espcrino, electric seal, As -trachan trimming at $12.50 anJ $15.00. Ladies capcrinc, electric ar.d French seal, with sable trim $20.00, $25.00 and $30.00. Clearing Prices b Ladies'Short Coats We have about threo dozen loft. Colors blue, black and fawn. Tliey arf-. cheap at our regular price but wc mean to get tbomi out and sell goods worth $12.00 for $8.50. Coats worth $10.00 for $7.00. Coat.s worth $7.50 fof $5.00. vill Children's Long or Short Coats Worth $7.50 selling for $5.00. Worth $5.00, selling for $4.00. A few odd lines, clearing at $S.'lO to $3.50. Worth double. Ladies* Three-Quarter Coats We haw heard nothing hut com-pHmmts on our stock in this tine. We haTO the correct color, w� have the correct cut. Our prices aro tho best to be had and range from $8.00 to 935.00. House Furnishings Tapestry aquares imported direct and we havo them in all tho new designs. Prices $10, $13.50, $15., and $18.00. VoI'vet squares $25, $30 and $35. WILTON SQUARES. In our oxperionce as dry goods men theso are the finest \ve have ovor handled. But not too good, wo think for Lothbridge. Prices $35.00, $50.00 and $00.00. we invite: inspection' Our Prices are Low. �. J. HILL CO. Our Terms are Liberal. |JmMIM