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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 25, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta jil�iMli1t-T-tt,iri-U..WI *tn 1DGE HERALD e'UPSON A ttUCHAMAN Publiahara W, At BUCHANAN SUBSCRIPTION: nAdvauca  11,601 y�r O h�twl��  �a,00 a y��r Ions Of cUiclloti ntelnoiW til that city arc ft disgrace, Hon. C, S. llysnan should ronign. II ho doesn't, Sir Wilfrid Laurlor ought to oak htm. Keep boosting. Wo -want clean politics In country. And clean men In public life. thi* The 'blacksmith with a scornful look, replied, "Why they nro used for n sleigh In winter. Didn't you ever boo a jlelgh? Where do ,\ou cotuc (i-om? 'I'm from 'Lothbrldge. Tlu�> never have any snow ,tliero." Ami the blacksmith would hucc thought the Justice ihitl never s.�en a sleigh, only lli'ank of western cities. Candidates who refuse to accost this pledge, should be vigorously campaigned against and beaten mo badly that they will reallas that there Is a progressive spirit ainon^t the people of this place. The clothes of ten or fifteen years ago must be discarded. Tlw Council of 100? must get a move on. Monjy must be spent in Improving the ap-liearance of the city. Our streets ate a disgrace. No system is being f-d-1 lowed in their construction ad j maintenance. Why not macadamise [ ihem? Yes it would mean the #x- : liendituro of money, but money hus to be spent now-a-day� to develop a v.ty. the same as a business. Our merchants would not be putting up new business blocks If they did not feel that it was going to pay them. The city council should look at iho civic improvements in the. same way. The better the city looks, the more it v ill uppcal to people as a live, go abend place. Not only do wo need better streets hut the plun that is being pursued . n'f replacing board walks with board walks, is too much of the New England village stylo. Let us get Int.) the grano.lthic age us quickly as he ran. Put down walks that will last and that will improve the np|>cur ance of our streets. H will 1* cheap it In the end, loo. The whining, narrow, close citizen, who hates to see a nickel spent . n-loss it goes Into his own pocket, should not be considered. If th �ir whims were to be yielded to, L*th  bridge- would never advance. Forget this class altogether and think only of building up U-thbridgc, so that it will be a itiy of splendid ,ip-pearuuro and nil modern improvements The new council must bo made to "hit the trail" for batter streets andmore granolithic walks. Then let us get rid of our present municipal buildings and put up n city hull that will accommodate all our officials decently. Let us have a structure that will I* a credit to the city and thu admiration of .-01 people. It has to conic sooner or later, why not SOW* A Council that DOF.S TIUNtlS will win support. Try It ami see. Wlmt Is wanted is a "Forward lothbrldge" policy. Improve the streets. Orada the streets. Tako the bumps off the streets. Cut down the weeds. The Ontario Dank directors should be prosecuted, as well as the gen  era! manager. If the Ontario Hank directors did not know the general manager whs a stock plunger, they ought to move into the Home for the Aged. llank directors are supposed 10 direct a bank. That's what thoy art paid for. The Ontario llank trouble ought to convince directors of all financial institutions that they are expected to be more than figure heads. A bunk manager says there ane too many branch hanks In Western Canada. Not for the fellow who wants to borrow money. If Dr. Weldon beats Hon. Mr. ridding In the Nova Scotia bye election the Calgary Herald will rise and remark "Well done, thou good and faithful candidate." "Who's got my pants?" won the call that aroused the guests tit the Dallas the other morning. Every body looked to see if they {wrong pair but inspection W. II. Kittrflcld and ,Mr�. Falrltold returned hint wevk from a trip to Ontario. Thoy visited the homo of Mr. Fairfield's " parents near King -slon and also paid visits to Ottawa, Toronto and tluolph. WUle at Ottawa Mr. Knlrfteld saw thu Minister of Agriculture and talked over matters concerning the hod a Etperimontal Farm here. The bulld-proved '"g of a fence around the pro|�erly jthey hadn't and the pantless man | was In groat agony. Assisted j.v will be commenced at once. It is expected the houses for thu I'hos. Thalr, ho searched dresser j superintendent, foreman and help and drawers, under the bed, beneath the j and the stables will bo under con-mattress, under the carpet nml in structlon In the spring. Mr. Faftr-the keyhole 'but no pants came field says it wlll'bo a year from njxt forth. The man was in an awful j summer before they will have a way. Proprietor Eckstonn romcin - ' crop on the farm, bcred that Happy Hooligan hud! used a barrel! to cover his body, 1 GOOD FOlt ALtlKliTA HMD. when his clothes had been swiped. while he was in bathing, ami he Mr. Fairfield gathered n goad summoned Tom Itamshnw the porter many Ideas about experimental farm to get a barrel and escort the work while at the Capital. Ho spent guest down the street to get n n.>w some Kmc nt the Experimental farm pair of trousers. Tom was just and conferred w*th the director, Dr. figuring how much Chief l*urry would Wm. Maunders and his son. Dr. Chas. charge him to exhibit the New Saunders. !�r. Charles Saunders Idea Clothing on the streets. wIimi stated that .1. D. Flavolle, the well It was revealed to the ftvnzie.l known ml,ler, of Lindsay, Ont., had guest that two pals in the next ground a considerable quantity if room had taken his pants us a Albortn Hod and paid In advance joke the night before. No puir �>f on Hod F.vfc for It nml was emin-pants were over welcomed with ently satisfied with the restilts. fcreatvr Joy. They were put on with Or. Saunders made baking and wonderful speed and the happiest chemical tests with a wry poor man In tlie city that day wus the sample of Turkey Rot! grown In Knn-fel low who vore the .smile und Ihe^sas. It showed an equivalent siren-pants with the sign "The Lost Ilnsjgth nml nn increase In gluten, iho Ueen Found". The man who Is ,m flesh producing pnrt of food, over English miner came up from Tabor j Hod Fyfe. with two friends. The two friends had a room next to him ami when they found their put had left Iiik door unlocked they walked in nml took his pants into the.r room. �  Well Located Acres s All irrigable, 1 1-4 miles from the centre of the city. House, chicken house, stables, all fenced and under cultivation AT fH'ELPH COLLBOF. $1,000 Makes the First Payment The ?. B. Bowman Agency LETHBRIDGE ALBERTA  h In the Scientific Fann.'r, this there should lie some reimsly. which stated that farmers in Weld . Suppose that thu strike was simily'ntH| Uirimer Counties. Colorado had thu result of u |h.-tty ioVu on tl.e urnuigeil to feed their quota of one 1 part of Mr. Sherumn'.' Utok what ;million lambs. Thoy are piiymg i'A one man |�ower does with a vast to 94 |kt head for lambs; g.'!.!'.^ for j number of people. Not loss than ten owes; 8t.a."l for yearling wethers and ,' _ thousand men, wotmrn ami children *l..*0 to $I.T3 for two year old j  Jare affected by this mrtke ltd Mr. wethers. They cx|iect to ftsnl t.V ! Sherman ha\x* the right to place t.uil shivp and make money. j No�. Mr. FalrfloW f>oints out that \ Mr. (iwatkln, who has an irrigated farm near iMhbrldgel Is feeding 175 | lauilis for which he panl fi.l.'i each. | conshk-riibly below the Colorado flg-uro nml he stands to make well.! > when lie comes to sell this stock in ' Februnry or March. I ' The lime Is coming, Mr. Fairfield j ] says, when the lrri]ration farmer i will find It pays to raise hay only GEORGE M. HATCH * C. 11. DANIEL ALBERTA REALTY COMPANY (OPPICE8 IN SOUTHARD BLOCK, LETHBRUXIE) List your lands with tt�. Wo can show you that wo nro selling. II yon want to buy. we ua. Our introus deal over nntl ovor with us, which is evidence of fuir donlin^ Try us us buyers And --------sellers on-----:--- Lands, City Property and Live Stock Wo will make a specialty of I've stock. List any thing you have with no, even if but one uniinnl. Will give same attention to small deals as wc would to largo ones. tor (Political castofta and church hypro- iimny pi( pve. crlws always seek a now land, where eriy-/ If thi-n1 was a principlo i-i - volved that meant Is-tter tini.-s fur tho future, wo wotikl siis.Htuv u.th it until the whole liuneli could ride through hudos on the Us. Hut is there a vital principle iuvolvvd? If the communication of the ex-prosl -dent of the miners' union nt Ferine, a man who.has hehl the position tor some t.mv and hence must huve Uk- STOCK GAMBLING. Tlw stock market Is no place for a man drawing a salary of $10,000 h year to fish (or a fortune. The case of General Manager s'c-Gill of thu Ontario llank proves that. His was a case of trying to back what he hud lost by talcing the money belonging to the han't. He kept losing and so did the bank. Jiu got deeper in the mire and Anally his sins were found out and today he is a criminal. And the stock market is to blame for it all. Unless you have heaps of mon'-y don't gamble your earnings on stocks. EDITORIAL NOTES. The ocw town of Warner need* * poatofnee right army. The Ifepart -inent should sue that there is no delay in this matter. Keep your eyes on Lethbridgo. This place is going to be a big rai1-toad centre. Uld you notice tha^ Canadian Northern has a line projected from hero to llurtnoy, Manitoba, opening up thp country south of the main line. J. JI. Ashdown has consented to be a candidate for Mayor of Winnipeg. He should bo elected, for il evor a city needoq rt good, burin's* man as Mu.vnr, it U Winning. What's wrong with F. II. Slvr -man? If ho Is quoted uright in ;h� 1'Vjrnio I�dgor, ho hus bouu on a '.rip to tho land of Nemo, for that story about the non-union men in the Lothbridge mine walking out, wiw nothing but a dream. No one caw hoW I^thtsidge back from being a largo centre of population and industry, London littorals ought to hang their heads In shame. The rewUt- they can start life over again Alberta wants to watch out them. We don't want any of the London ballot box atufiers or bribers or the Foster- Fowler- I'ope typo of fren-aicd financiers to move out here und try to reform, because most likely instead of trj-ing to reform them -selves, they would attempt to in -troduco,their nefarious practices into our pot.ticul nnd business life. Oivo the political sinners a wide Iwrth. Punish them t�y keeping them in cold storage until they are real penitent, and then let thorn loose, but not out of sight. Watch them closely. There are the church sinners too The fellow down eaat, who under the cloak of church mrml*r*hip has tv�v>o able to hoodwink |xs>ple. W�� know of one such man. who iiaa turnel up in Altmrta He is trying to lead a now life, without doing bufllcient penance. This nam waa Awfully Good. When it wasn't business i! was church. Ilut he waa only working a Game. The Game was revealed when he failed tn business. I|� had dece.ved his creditors, borrowed money from church people right nnd left, just because he had played the goody goody game. He wus sent to {o 'h should keep a weather -ye on h'm Ccthbridqc iron Works go,, Ltd9 Iron Castings and Machine Work Structural Steel Columns. Sashweights confidence of tho |*ople. �.* bums! on i ,,,, flV(, Hlo,.k ollnt,r hlH facts, then Mr. Sherman is in the wrong and the strikers have Iksjh mudo the victims of n iiuui uaworthy ] of the position of power that he 1 holds. This' is no time for working upon the feelings of thu working man. It is, however, a tint' for ralmnesit and root judgment. Ther>* >n nwtch at stake. If the company Is at fault, then it is the time to call the company. If the men. or rather Mr. Sherman who gave orders to the man. Is wrong, then he should bo calked. Slon aro men, nnd wages are wage*. There are mouths to food and clothes to buy, and how cas this be done 'f work in the vnrlois industries has been stopped from Michel to Phoenix? Hoes Mr Sherman realize the extent of the pros-sion and woe that ho him caused >>y hlsllttle order? If not, ho should We haw been union men all our but we do not believe in blindness in un.odtsm. or miRory and sufferins,' brought upon the laboring man by the potty Ideas of one man temporarily in power. Tho FVrnie strike should be settled and settled without delay. Tho time to do it is now. farm or sell the hay man. own to the stock- MILL AND MINE SUPPLIES Valves Pipe Bar Iron TRACTION ENGINE REPAIRS Miners' Tool* Babbit Metal l.KAUX DltKSS-UAKINO QUICKLY Mr. ami Mrs. Sanders of the San ders' Dress-Making School, St rat  ford will lie at the Dallas llofl, Lothhridgo. on Saturday, Novontfior l"th. and from Monday to Thursday of thu following week. I'mter tho system that Mrs. Sanders In  \ented yon can learn dress-making in four iTuys. Sco atfvt. A fellow tried to Jump on lh� P.U. local while it waa moving � ut %�!.; lie missed thu step and v*t ilraKued along some distance. Ho mi I ,n to the railing tor dear life If he hvl not ho would likely ha/) lie.-.i n eternity by this time, a man on tho locomotive saw the poor fellow W>-Ing dragged along and laughod. There are time* to laugh, but that waa not one of them. It was the time to stop tho train and provont a fatality ocenring. There are two leaaona from thin incident, (i) H ifc foolish to Jump on a moving train. (91 The sight of a man being drag- With strikes among the coal miners at Fernle, Michel ami Lothbrld^u it looks as .f the west might Is- vip Soma enterprising man in Medicine Hat v ill have to bottle up natural gas and ship it out this winter. Medicine Hat with natural gas., nod coal mines of her own, is proof >g-ainst the effects of tho con I fainin . -Mediclnellut Sews. Toronto Telegram.-Tho Homun Catholic church i a Toronto is to bc pralsud for Its effort to comtmt thca vice ot profanity. Tho activity of tho Holy Name So coty in Hpuclatly aimed at tho great and growing evil of swearing. There is at least as much reason an organlstv - STIHKF. AT RAYMOND- Sugar Factory Una Slight Troulilo That Doesn't Last Long. er day working a twolvo hour shift. Some ugilutlon was made looking to thu invoicing of tho wholo wording force for an advance in pay, though who tho agitators were or what was demanded by them could not be learned. Mr. Ellison tho manager was very emphatic in his statement to tho infect that tho factory would bo shut down lieforo demands regarded tx unreasonable would bo complied wi: h it Ih ciiiinuil that most of the men were satisfied with tholr comiKiiRut  Ion und weiii not in sympathy with the movement uttun^itod by a few malconteutx, at present everything is going smoothly. Mr. Wilson says tho wages bein^ paid by Iho Knight Sugar Factory are in advance of vhut men are receiving for the same work in th" factories throughout the inter-mountain region. Tho crows are settling to their work and tho output of sugar is increasing it being about 800 bair.* daily, the record Is 1000 bags dally. BOILER REPAIRS OF ALL KINDS COMPETENT BOILERMAKER SENT OUT WHEN REQUIRED c7oTo:o:ao:o*oTowxo^ pp.1 god along by a train and in dan.-fwr j for tho work ,, HUch or losing h.s life In nothing to smile |Uon ftmonff tho non-Catholics as a about. inong tho beliovors who owe alleg ......... 'iunco to tho church that has furnwd Justlio Humphries knows how vo (the Holy Nairn Socloty for. warfare boost Southern Alberta's climutn. {Upon profanity. When in Kdmonton last ntwk, he, The ideal Canada Is tho homo of a went with a friend to a blacksmith rloan-lipped people, hhop. Thotdacksmlth wasrepairiuj The actual Canada is becoming the a pair of sleigh runners. Tho J. P. jhoino of a population that docs asked tho smithy "What are th i^e ^itich awoaring per capita us things you aro working at?" I'aco on earth. "Why those aro sleigh runners" h* \ -- replied." ( The Rank of Convmorco ha��ow 80 "SleifV runners! What �ro they?",branches west of Port Arthur and Mr. Humphries inquired. * '70 east of that town. up any Farmers and Ranchers SAFES! small APES! SAFES! You ought to have a safe in your house Prices range from $26 to $88 Monthly Payments Melink's Home Deposit Safes Write for particulars or better ttill. come and sec us C. E. D. LOWE Office, Conyketre Mock. P. O. Boi 114 Lethbridge, : : Alberta uoim�:u of l.uuik sum. Sneak Thief Itolloves Itcgina Man of Wad Amountirg to S.'U.OOO. Hoglna, Ool. 23.-On Saturday evening at Sununorbury Mr. Harbour | was 000. in? rohlwd �>y a suoak thief of SHI-hhlch wus to be used hi pay -for wheat. Dr. (.'. II. Cnu'gdl'in of I*otorbor i, has been appoluted supei'lntemlont oi tho Tustltuto for tho Iteaf a�'*l,Du�ul> tvt Itolleville, salary S2.000. Ho jp-poml Col. tl'ibsun >n 'l^ast Wellington In 1808. Willie Henderson, aged 20, of Cnl-gury. wits found dead near Midna  poiv, shot in tho head by a shotgun accidentally discharged. ;