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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 27, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta Kn.:L^........-,.\.t;:!.:,., i- '-ii-7--r-^-' LETHBRID6B HBRAtD sriPaOKA BUCHANAN Publishers �. SIMPSON W. A. BCCBAXAK SaBSCRXPTION: n Adv�ao� f 1.50  year O.hsrwlss ta.OO  ysar ADVERTISING: Psi Month - a it in cwry township and tl�esc jorr.sspon-, dents prepare reports and sendihem ' to ISdmonton, where thoy are compiled and made into a district re -port. It can bo easily understood that the abspnce of .reports from one or two districts might make a big difference in the acreage and e�tt-nmted yield. Even in the case of an incompletn report it should not be printed without a notice being published alongside of H that the le-l>ort is incomplete and does aotcov-vr the entire district. The best remedy, to our mind, is the abolition of the township cor -respondeot altogether and the cin-ploynient of a fully qualified man to cover the district and tabulate the statiFtlcs. Necessarfly the man would have to be paid but it aould be money well spent. These reports are sent all over the United States, ami from them Intending settlers gather information that may either induce thorn to come here and live or decide not to come because the report is not cheerful enough. Tnlce this la�t report, in the hand of a man in Dakota. What would he think of the I�thhridge district? Jly would think poorly of it, yet if he only knew the correct figures, ho u-ould be attracted to this district at once fur the crops here 4ire Iwuntiful and will average, to the acre as well as any section of Alberta. By all means let us have corriKt reports, no matter what they may cost. puopK; olf IJjtiibriiigc; ilie salisifiod vith Mr. I'''iiiltt.v".s e.vplaimtiixi. V.'ill llie Herald kimlly piiljMsli l.lnvt incl. Medicine dondy. Hat's new rity i.s a liBt uh hurry uiid liiul bu.s, so wc van have cement walks und u now city hall, just like Mediciac Hat. .sorvicc of eve\ry friend he possessed -and he has a good many. When the Alberta Pivss Association struiiK {'Caignry last Saturday, J. J. had a string of automobiles at the depot u.ikI �s his guests tliad that the proprietor and his wife always went out to a restaurant to have their meals." PL.\QS TO FLY. On the Schools Every Day Are There. Pupils its Calgary has a new weekly paper called the Chinook. It ought to Lc a warm thing. David Hearst Klton, the tall sapling of Oardston, with the voice that makes one think of the billows Meating on the ocean shore, Sumiti.sr-ed in Lethbridge. Medicine Hat possiesscs some good HMirilcians. But why shouldn't they when they have, gas to gencr.ite them. WE WIST NAVE 6A1 Wc can't find gas in Lethbridye too soon. It will be the greatest day m Lethbridge'ti history, when it is found. It mean a fur brighter futuie than has ever been anticipated tor this city. Gas not only means cheap light, cheap pottier and cheap fuel-tbrci factors that in themselves attract iw>puIation-'but it means u revenue producer that will give us a surplus enabling us to make absolutely necessary iiniirovcments, such as a new city hall and cement walk-s. Nothing would improve the appear -ance of our city more than cemeut walks. If you discredit that statement visit Medicine Hat and vou will bo convinceh that what we aay is true. EMTORIAL NOTES. If you want Lethbridge to never cease boosting. grow The mora we travel about' the wost the more convinced we become that Iwtbbridge is destined to be a la.^" city in the near future. Besulvc to plant more trees spring. ne�t Some 'people tried to charge the tiberal government with ffiving the Sabbath Observance Bill a cold deal. Bev. Mr. Shearer, the Sub-bath Observance eccretary, thinks it is a splendid measure and surely if Medicine Hat's residential section appears to better advantage than Lethpbridgo for the reason thai it's more compact. Our trouble here is the fact that we are so scattered. Some of our fine homes are locair^d alongside a shack. In Medicine H'lt a couple of streets seem to possess all the substantial residences and they certainly look well. I question whether any city in the west pos -sesses a better lot ,of homes than Medicine liat. And they are surrounded by beautiful lawns and tre.ound to be greater than Medicine Hat. We arc located in the centre of a rich and growing,district of j^'hich Lethbridge will e%'er be the business and wholesale centre. When we get gas we will S3on hsve lots of cement wslka, a new city hall and other things, that Medichw Hat has secured -through its income from its great gas lo  sources. he is satisfied the rest of sbbuid be. mortals The Edmonton Saturday News kM>ps oii inliproving. The lust issue is the best yet. It was printed on tine book paper, contained some illustrations and looked brighter all round, than ever. May it enjoy continuous prosperity for it is one of the best edited and cleanest papers inhabiting the province at the pret-cut time. The resignation of C. W. Peterson from t'hjji secretaryship of the Calgary Board of Trade means that that city loses one of the fjcst servants it ever possessed. In his cap-acity as secretary of tite Board of Trade he did more for Calgary, than probably any other man in the cit.v. Cut politics out of local organi-tatlons. It is starting to creep iii and if it ever gets lirnily seated it will be a sorry day for the city. The Calgary Herald's attack .,n Mr. Flnlay was, no doubt occasioned by t^at gentleman having vole^ to le bmrd froM." The Board ol TfUo, 'the body which ibe msttor isp i'witkfllr;; FlBlay OA jMtait of the Rev. J. G, Shearer in his addriss at Wesley Church Sunday cvenlni{, related a story that has a heap ''.( truth in it, from the Sabbath Observance point anywdy, A FrJuch Canadian M. P. and a Protestant clergyman were discussing Sabbath Observance. The clcrginian lidd that the Roman Catholics did ti >t obsen'e the Sabbath as trail as the Protestants. "Well," the M.P. ri>-plied, "we get up in the ntorning and attend muss at six o'clock .iiid attend another service a few houn later and maybe wo do relax a little later in the day, but I have observed Protestf^nts only recognim th^ last third of the day. while We spand the first two thirds at Church.;' The point should he plain. The Protestants sleep in the morning and go to church at night. .1. .1, Young of the Calgary n�rald knows bow td entertain. He owns SB autoBkobito sad be puts H at the The Board of Education held regular meeting Monday noght. Bell Telephone Co.'s contract fcr phones in the schools was accepted, on condition that same should not be invalided if assessinent is raised A resolution was passed instruct -ing the caivtakcrs of both schools to hoist flags every morning that tho ^'chools arc in session nnd on public holidays. The Peasc-Walden Co.'s contract for the heating of Westminster school was cancelled In consequence of thuir fuituro to . carry it out, and new tenders will be called for. WESTMIXSTEII GLEE SINGERS. A Great Musical Tivat Promis^i.l Hero Short.y. The Westminster Glee and Concert Paety whose concert Is announced to take place in Wesley Church on W'id-, uesday, Oct. 24, is a representative of the original body which officiated at the Coronation of King EdwarM VII (n Westminster Abbey on August �th, 1902. and was sejectcd ly the organizer. Mr. EJdward Brais-combe, not only for their e.xoellencc as solo vocalists of assured position in England, but noted for that perfection of blend, sj-mpathy, nnd expression in cmsemble singing, which is so difficult to attain or And, and which stamps the singers not only rts cultivated musician.i, hut ns men of electic taste, polish nnd rofmo  ment. This party have since tlicir organization, delighted large audiences in all parts of the world, and have since their last visit to Canwda ach-io\-ed fresh triumphs in South Africa, India, Burmah, the Fur B2ast and Australasia. Those who took advantage of hearing this company three years ago will be delighted :to learn that they are returning to submit to them a new repertoire of madrigals, glce.s, part-songs and old English 'ballads. This musicar combination compriss.'j past merobei-s of the Westminster Abbey I'hoir, and solo soprano boys from the London College for Chor -isters supplemented by well-known solo artists. BANK CLERK ARRESTED. Charged With the RoWjery at Kin -istino, Sask. Melfnrt, Sask., Sept . 33.-Th.; money taken from the safe in the at-eempted robbor>' of the Bank of Commerce Kinistino, has been found under the stairs of the bunk. Accountant Hickman is under arrest charged with the.robbery. s>.,-r.--i NEW JUDIQAL DISTRICT Boundaries or the New Lethbridge District OeHncd. Etlnionton, Sept. 22.-From and after Monday, Oct. 1, the old Judicial districts of northern and south-i>rn Alljcrta will Iw abolished und five now districts will Ihj establislied in tht^ir place. . The boundaries of the Lethbridge and Jfacleotl districts are as fol -lows: JiKlicial District of Lethbridge: To be con�j)ri.sed of that portion of the province of Alberta bounded on the east by the eastern Iwundary of tho province; on the south by the southern boundary of the province; and on the north and west as follows: Commencing at a point where the eastern boundary of tho province is intersected by the third base line in the Dominion lands and system of .'iurvey, which is the. Mne�betaxvn tovnships 8 and 9, thence westerly following the said line between town ships H and 9 to its intersection with tho line between ranges 10 and 11 west of the fourth meridian hence northerly following the said line !>�.'-twoen ranges 10 nnd 11 to its intersection with tho llf'th base line of the Dominion lands sjstem of sur -vey, which is the line tK�twcon town-.�ihips 10 and 17, thence westerly fn!-lowliis tho said base lino ^lietwjyn langos ,32 and 23 west of the fourth meridian, tliencc southerly along tho said line between ninges 22 and i'JI to tho Holly river, thence along the Holly river ilown stivam to the Pt. Mary river, thence southerly and westerly following the west l>ank of tho St. Mar.v river to its intersect -ion with the south boundary of the Blood Indian reserve, thence westerly following the south boundary of the sold rescrvie to its intersection with the line betw.�en ranges 27 and 28 tvost of the fourth mcridia.-i thenco southerly along the line between tho said ranges 27 and 28 to its intersection with the southern bmmdaryof the province of .Vlberta. .liKlicial District of Maclcod; To ie comprised of thot portion of the province of Alberta bounded as follows: On the north by the fifth base lino in the Dominion lands system of survey, which is the line between townships 16 and 17: on the east by the western boundary of the nev judicial district of Lcthbtridgc as described above; on the south by the southern boundary of the province, iu�d on the w-est by the western boundary of the province. ST. AUGUSTIN'R PICNIC. The scholars of St. Augiistin's Simday School had a most enjoy -able picnic at tho Agricultural grounds Jast, Saturday. Tho winners of the prizes were: Girls under 7: E. Boulton, M. Logan, M. Sandham. Girls under 8: F. Hagell, M. Don aldson, A. Vere. Girls under 9: B. Boulton, N. Troh T. Vere. Girls under 10, 1st heat: F. Kinss-ton, L. Young; Snd heat, J. Maclcod M. Nimroons, V. Hagell, R. Ijamto. Girls under 12: ^M. Fleetwood. Girls under 14: Shirley. Girls under 16: L. Steward. Prizes were also given for skipp � ing. Boys under 5: C. Boulton, A. Ash-iroH. Boys under 6, 1st heat: F. Hiution, 3nd heat. J. Macleod. Boys under 13, 1st heat: F. Whitney. 3nd heat: T. Hagell. Bo.vs under 14: Ist heat, E. Fleetwood. 3nd heat, R, Steward. Boys under 16: B. Duvios.. - MR. SHERMAN CRITICISED (Calgary Albertan.) Onco mora this Sherman iicrson, who promotes strilecs amoiig miners, and generally makes trouble" for honest men who work, has 'fallen down. In I.�thbridge ho made an alarming statement about the infortnationthat he possessed about the recent dynamite outrages. The City Council at Lethbridge took the man at his word of rather took up his bluff and asked him to make good tho statenvsnts which he bad Jiwde. But, when it came down to delivor-ing the goods, Mr. Sherman has absolutely failed. It is about time that the minors got acquainted with this Sherman. He organized the strike In British Columbia, in which the strikers got beaten,'he then organiaxl tho strike In liethbridge, wMrh has boon a disastrous failure. Men of the Sbernwn type ara friends of the labor men. WRECK AT MACLEOP In Which En|ineer Farley Net His Death. Maclcod, Sept. 25.-Engineer Far -rell, of Medicine Hat, about thirly-five years of age, was instantly killed in a run-off at the switch south of Macleod leading into town lust night nt the hour of 12.30, by being pinned in the cab in the location of the straight air break and there /e-imiincd with the heat of the boiler and tho boiling water and steam playing on the dead body until le-loased later. Firenuin A. Folson, e!4;aped unhurt and walked 'back to the station and gave tho alarm. Front brakeman, George Henderson, who was standing in the gangway jumped and escaped unhurt. Tho engine, it is said leaked steam so badly that the switch light could -ot be seen, this probably, causing ho fatal run off. Tho engine, No.~l40.5 und six cars 1 oaded with coat �'as ditcheiic was furnished by Steei-o Bros., of Great Falls, and Mrs. T. E. FurrcU, of Coutts; the Misses Sheran, Begin, Tennant and Mrs. Oemmon, are to lie congratulated for the work done by them.' The program of the evitn-ing was as follows: Duet, "Knights of Columbus ': Mrs. ./. E. Kirkpatrick and Miss Begin. Solo, Mrs. T. E. Tennant. Recital, Mr. C. Gredn. Recital, Mrs. J. W. Tennuiit. Russian song in costume, Mr. Alex. Treimansky. \- Piccalo solo, Mr. H. Tennant, Sr., accompanied by Mrs. P. H. Buckley. Qua rtette, Mrs. T. E. Tennant. Chisholm and Miss Fielding, and Mr. T. E. Tennant. Duet, "Tho Gypsy Countess," in costume, Mrs. T, E. Tennant, and Miss IHelding. \ good supper was served. Sir Thomas Shaugfanessy Advocates the spending of large sums of money in and around 111 4 lots Po!tl street.................................................................. 1900 X 3 lots Baroness Road.............................................................. $675 11 Ipts Baroness Road.................................................. ......... $2600 ;; 5 lots Redpnth street, corner location.............................-................. $1200 3 corner lots on Rediiath.....,.................................................... $675 12 residential lots, block 94, adjoining H. T. Cherry's and Clias. Leonard's fine properties, a snap at each.....................:'.................................... $150 Choice building sites in Riverview.....................................,.;----$125 to $200 The C. B. Bowmfln Agency LETHBRIDGE - ALBERTA GEORGE M. HATCH C. R. DANIEL ALBERTA REALTY COMPANY (OFFICES IN SOUTHARD BLOCK, LETHBRIDGE) List your lands with us. We can show you that we are selling. li you want to buy, see us. Our patrons deal over and over with us, which is evidence of fair dealing. . Try us as buyers and -sellers on- Lands, City Property and Live Stock We will make a specialty of live stock. List anything you have with us, even if but one animal, Will give same attention to small deals as we would to large ones. .OIOIOTOIOIOTOTOIOTOIOIOIOTOIOTOB^^ Cetbbridge IronmorRs eo>> Ltd/ Iron Castings and Machine Work Structural Steel Columns, Sashweights | MILL AND MINE SUPPLIES - TRACTION ENGINE REPAIRS Miners' Tools .4 Valves Pipe Bftr Iron Babbit Metal ILER REPAIRS OF ALL KIN COMPETENT' BOILERMAKER SENT OUT WHEN REQUIRED HL MOORE DEPARTS Riymond Citizens Give Him Banquet. A. K. Moore, one o( the best citizens Itaynwnd ever possosfsed, was given a banquet on Tuesday night, prior to his departure for Calgary. It was a niosi enjoyable afTair and forty citi/ens sat down to tho itx-cellont spread put up at tho Kuy niond Hotel. 11. H. McDulTce pro-sided and during the evening u pro-graninw of speeches and songs was coniributed Itanchora 8| to 10 contfl. Tho local ntarkot is tho worst that wo have soon this .war, it biting almost iinpoRslblo to csnh any -thing at over A cents, soine butcher cattle being sold as .low aa2| cents. AN IMPORTANT OUICSTION. Rev. Dr. Moore, of Ottawa, gen- eral secretary of the association foi the Frevcntibn of Tuberculosis, addressed a slimly attended meeting ii� Oliver's hall last ^evening on tho subject "Tho erailicntion of Tubercjl-osl.s," The lecturer believes tulwr-colosis is not hereditary and thinku rt can be eradicated, if treated properly at tho beginning, lie gave some very valuable Information ami helpful' suggestions. Dr. Clendonnan, Provincial Medical Boalth Otllccr, also mode an address. It was -decided to postpone tho formation of a branch of the a^soctation hoi-o until lator. W. C. .Simmons, M.IMV, prosldod at the meeting. Dr. Mooro ^vtls gfv-on a hearty vote of thanks on motion of W. \. IlnntiHon and O. H. Johnston. Carp and Colborno towns in tario.suftered heavily by fires. On-I A- n. Ktftohon, of the North WosL Parmer, has been appointed deputy minister ewaw. of Hgriculluro of: SaskatcA* 9001 ;