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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 1, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE HERALD D Editor ud Jot SUBSCRIPTION tri Advance f a year Otherwise a year HKntion of Uowlott as ADVERTISING Per Per Inch OUR POINT IF VIEW lesKlcr of tlw Conservative natural ly the memory of greater clvioliain Sir John Mac On one occasion John A was to deliver an important at a ban But having looked too long on tlw his sivcth was n very poor alTuir aivd cnusetl cou stenmlion among aha ivporlers of his party The next morning one of tnese showed a copy of his knowing he That is not my ok ivvn Agricultural College Resolutions do not go far toward j such an it Public opinion is tt powerful fac tor in such matters end public opin up ion is not Thats not my Sit dowr nnd Ill give it to The reporter whipped out book and pencil and ns the great Khider up and down the iloor the reportertook down one of the The announcement that 3or groatost sixeclKs Sir John ever do the Conservative 1ms ar ranged for an extensive political aour throughout Canada will be received byeveryone regardless of party Interest in the higher plane of politics is increased by the personality of great To see and hear the inan who is a leader in the political world creates a Creator and a healthier interest in politics than can be gained by reat ing more or loss garbled reports in ths partizan press is to the first week of October in Doubt less Lethbridge will be one of the places chosen one of the address We no doubt that crowds of party will hear tho Conservative Borden ds an important man in Canadian not because he has shown any great powers as a leader either in parliament or out of but because of the f net that is the leader of one of the great polit ical Should the people of Canada in UKJ next election decide on a change of Borden would be tho Juan inwhose hands the af fairs of the country would On account of the position he holds and on account of the faint possibility of his holdinga greater den is in wihoui ihe people should take ft lively As he went Sir warn wl him lie my you ieport speeches nt a About the Pair it Will not be wise for anyone to j drink anything stronger than iron Brew beforegoing to us he differofKe in tiuj groundsj may him that he had too much anl lias got into the The Worid of Spcrt J Kcycs aiKl llutton luxve done noble as Ground in tho pivjwru tion of the grouods for the The trhble place has been revolution The old grandstand has Uien l back fifty and a new stand boon at the yastehd in place of the bloachors which wetv de giving ample nccoimnodat The well ion for one thousand eaid wiping her lxiKtlaH be an a w f u 1 cr ik3 I r says n inan ntuntxl Smith was jioumlod all over the And 1 it must have been for k says the inning he diwl on second WPULU PLAY Ikiiney Mullins the crack Culgury after viewing tlis pugilistic The Local Wreck The Calffttry local wdswrockod tib out two males west of Jthbndge on Monday front truck of a box ear containing luinibcrbroke and working buck to tho other truck throw the car and uagguge car oil tho No onti was hurtThe AiigustinV Sunday School was on board returning from a picnic at Hud run off occurred a yards Lack whoro there was a enkbanknient a serious aceklont lacrosse Stmthcona sonio The case of the Iving itoaglin tried here at the recent sittings of the court seems to have con sidenible Most of tlw jm pers express the that tlie sen tence was justly by the de Tho Globe iepresents situa tion by cam oonon first page showing a dog biting the hum of Johnny Canuck who is feeding The To ronto takes the view that the matter might very wellhavc been regarded as the advan tages of Canada being two known io be injured by such as those of well Good Wheat Under Any Conditions the RenKimiber the Toeliug you have when you assist good aml give the fair a The fair is the citys and districts If you believe in the believe also in Their interests are If it so the would hav told Herald The directorate of the and Agricultural especially the grounds committee has done most creditable work this Their efforts will mean a great deal to every citizen of Leth Jhousands of people will at tend the the society has so earnestly done their it be hooves the citizens give every sup One substantial way is to re spond to the call forfunds for the There is no doubt that the generosity and hearty re sponse previous years will be more 1 In order to gain more accurate knowledge of the crop conditions surrounding the Herald man went out with Daniel and Dunham of in the formers auto to see lite grain on the eight different farms owned by gentlemen within a radius of ten miles from Ikiniel has 2300 acres of iSiip acres of which is crop this while Dunham has three pieces of land 800 acres nirurly all of which is raising cereal Gniin on their eight farms is be ing raiscd under all sorts of condit The most notable crop is the L200 acres of voluntLor crop on the portion of the famous Silver purchased by Daniel this This liesidcs TOO acnes more owned by other was self seeded in the harvesting last Without a stroke of labor being put on this volunteer crop has grown and is estimated by its to yield nearly twenty bushels to the grand stand is ventilated and Bctweon the grandstand and the i trackisa 00 1MO fenced A gem of a judges si has been built and the track on each is fenced on to keep tho usual fool from getting on tho track or the judges old stand la movod near tho stables and will bo used by tho oilicial lcr who willhave a rider under Tlve stands will Ixi connected The sheds been There are now fifty box stalls be sides many open stalls arranged so that ladies and children may view the without going among A circular paddock has been erectedfor the judging of A fifty foot square poultry house hus It is light and airy arid so constructed as to be useful for horse Tho whole inside of the grounds is Special entrances are pro vided for and every pre caution has been taken to avoid ac cidents any All the build ings have boon painted white so that j the Exhibition grounds looks like a veritable track is rapidly being put into condition ami when thisenergetic groumls committee is through no one but a chronic kicker will have any adverse days ago olTejs his services in the ol lowing Tlie olfcr was de clined July J 13our learned that you have a position on home for a good I am writing this statement of my qualifications in the that you will find a place for I pluyod the gamo of liut aftor whiiessing tho gatiK4 iKtAMvn the Stratiicona twolse atKl and noting that on weie up ayaiiist it at Strath ona on L think 1 possess II the tiuaHfuations to inako a ood I am Irish by pounds have a would have taken As k was iho Iront truck of tlie first jassonger coach was partly oftthe TJve man in thecar was biully as hwas unable tg got out the lie hung on to an iron rod on tho upper skle until the car went Oil Tuosday mnrnintr in SLAngus tins Chiveis con duct xl of thnnksgiving for tlio narrow escape from s xve estimated Thi is dry although o a greater On irrignttd land near Sherd has 120 acres of the finest of fall wheat that will give at least 45 bushels per Sherd has also a large acreage of the volunteer crop The harvesting of the volunteer crops wili commcmro this and the remainder of the fall wheat with than equalled this So may it Last year some bookios atteniptexl to start bookmaking at the but Secretary Hamilton soon put that idea ai to the The pres ent secretary is just as decided and the public can believe that as far as it is possiblefor the directorate to make it the sports will bestraight jind And they know their bus The Whitney candidate in Dufferin was elected by only one hundred ma jority over the temperance candidate The usual Conservative majority is from one to two The tide that swept Ross out of power is turn ing soon overwhelm Whit ney and his liquor in a week The importance of the Ixtlibridge Fair can be judged by the following prizes olTeied by the rercheron Soc iety of America for the exhibits liere When it is considerod that this 3 first fair in Western Canada thui to be tlw announceincn boars greater For each of the following tlv Perchcron Society a gold mjd a as first prize and a reserve ritbo as ijccoml prize Best American bre btallion any age lxst American bre mare any age champion stallion open class champion per THK OHKATWOItlCOf TWO AULK Toronto A couipniathe statenujnt of tlw translnntic imittigiation for the fis caiyears etui ing June since li00 will serve to show the splendid effec which energciic immigavtion cam punch ami have successj paign begunby 31 Sifton and con illy put out of business the follow tlnuod is having i turning the wokis tide of imniigra tion towards The figures are as follows Conti nental 2IVJ32 men Jerry 1 have also a list of nknowns who fell victims to my rowess across thn In the ight of my success in this phase of which today to le he preponderating nature of the I believe my services would invaluable in aiding the Caps to secure Awaking your I Faithfully Employ a Trust Company Death or other causes luay remove au individual Make your appointing this Company as your Executor and you will have an everready and efficient executor whose life is THE TRUSTS AND iUARANTEE Head Toronto Capital and Public Administrator for Lathbridge Jndicial Ad vigory Board for Alberta Turner William 711 first Street West Alexander Corner G Scene from the Juvenile Bostonian class Ixst five open class lliest five class for th Jbest stud stallion anl four marcs any ownel by the the Society offers a championship SlOO and aDipiomta for first a gold nMKial and diploma for and riWxns fur third and fourth All owners must be residents of Canadaami the animals recorded with Percheron Society of Animals bred anyxvhere are This gift of the Percheron Socfety was through the iality of Bradshaw of 3Ia Theoutside fansseem to think that the Lothbridge infield is prttty nearly the real With Mackinand Buttiion the corn ers ami taking the short field the Miners have a that is hard io beat in minor league The lacrosse stock hi Ontario is not being Lit tic towns like Fergus are still training experts in the national One of 1 montorVs starplayers is Curliss hails from Fergus and Fred Go the brilliant local homo player vcome from the Mid there arc lots more of This is the For gus lineup as publuvhcd a lew dayt ago Goal Curliss Reeves Mitchellfirst Muir second third John Curliss flo third sec CJow first C On one ci Dunhams halfsect ions is a the seed for which was merely disced in on the stubble It is nearly a firstclass crop and will yield what other parts of Can ada a rtd the United States wouldcall a splendid Xearby Dan iel has a Italf section and in another eight hundred acres where the land has boen properly lie has one field of spring wheat con taining 640 acres which is sight to delight the heart of any stands about three feet strong and luxuriant with long heads containing kernels that are filled splendidly by careful irri The results of irrigation1 can soon as grain that has not re the water in sufficient tnianti ties parchtfl and stunted compared with Among the other excellent were secn a 300 wheat 11 The prospects are that the Leth bridge Fairwill be the greatest ever held in Atbertal Good horses arc comingfrom all parts to exhibit Russell Taber of Con whose Clydesdale stallion Barons carried the Free Press Heavydnaught at the Winnipeg Fair this wrkes that he is unable owing to business en tagemcnts to exhilrit here this year that Lethbridge is the greatest horse fnir in the he will exhibit here next yean acre field of fall to When August Woolf of the Spokane Chamber of Commerce said in his letter to the Club that the Club should njm to build up the district rather than the nmde a statement that will bear the Thc atcrnoons 1 rip showed con which is certainly in the prizewinn in the work Every this district careful study of every one interested of building up Lieth seltler brought to increases the demand for the products manufactured here brought One of the first ques tions asked most industrial con cerns in looking for a location is about the local Xenjly ev ery manufacturer looks to the dis trict within easy reach to a safe market for his trade beyond this district brings him his It is true that some jnanufarturers are not particular a market such is not cnse wiith tlie Wiile perimps not alisolulely Wolfs Fill up the country ami the city will take care of contains a great His mit the clusivoly that whether on dry or ir rigated whetlrer properly cul disced or not cultivated nt the wheat of this district is an A 1 deal of Edmonton may have natural gas piped from the Morinville wells to ths WINS AT Once again the good word is flash ed from the east to the Card ston wins first and jaccond prize for Winter nt the Winnipeg Tn You will that a year ago took firM prize with giain sont by 1 year Wool for I sent consignments of Wjwntlo the WinnipegExhibition and ns a result captured first nnd second prices re When you into con suleration the fact that we receiver ALL THE PKTZTCS AT EDMONTON AND AND ALL TFTE PRIZES WINNIPEG FOR TWO you ought to confess freely that tho district and no ReidMcFarlane The Baptist Tatemaclc was very prettily decoratetl with fknvers last Friday on the occasion of the marriage of Norman McLeod Heicl and Jeanie both of whom have recently arrived from When the bride entered the the Smith playel the Chorus and before the ceremony Miss Powell song Voice that Breathed Oer The brkle and bridegroom were supported by Annie Altordico am Harry Boml wWlc Will iam Allerdice gave There were a good number presen nt the ceremony which perforn eilby William The invited guests of th dinner and spent a verj pleasant evening in the home of Wm f The company dispersalin thewe ma oors oth Hat Vilson Burgen Cyle field inside The dc the Chinooks on Tuesday ling by a score of PREVALENCE OK An interesting blue book on crim nal statistics for the year 1906 ust been issued from according to the statistics apjrears to be more in ro ation to in the wes han in the east the figures rcpre sent ing ane ratio of criminality leln every case higher in the wester than in the eastern of cohviecions Number oon Jritish Columbia 598 Manrtoba The Terr itpries 569 Oivtario Quebec Nova Scotia 384 New Brunswick 126 Ed wart Island by provinces Ratio per British Total Owing to the fact that the last fis al period eixling March last was on y nine months k is ihtpossible to imke a comparison with p iscal But for the nine months British immigration totalled in incroiiSiof over the same eriol of ami an in crease of The total imnii nition for the nine months tin increase of For the nionth ofMay last the total im migration was more than far the whole twelve months of 1901 and double the total iminigration for the whole of Prolxibly the most fea ture of the whole move ment is the fact of the total of new settlers corning to from across the Atlantic during the jxist two or three the proportion of Jlritish subjects has been steadily and rapidly rincrcas according to the immigra tion the character of the immigrants is bettor than ever be foreJn April last the immigrants of British origin outnumbered those from Contineivtal Europe by nine to Olivers policy in respect to rmgratiofi can be briefly immigrants of good clwxractcr only are Immigration offic ials are forbidden to pass any per son morally unfit to nxike a good of this special instructions have been sent out and special inducement are given to encourage the immigra tion of persons who are fitted and who intend to follow agricultural pursuits or railway construction in the energies of the tepartmeDt arc tfevototl chiefly to nducing jmnngration of AngloSax on from Great Britain or rom theUnited Visit the New Ice Cream Parlor Fresh Trait High Clats Confecttoftery Always in HILL BLOCK DUFFERIN Patltrrson the hns sentencetl to years in penitentiary for horse slop He is now serving a years for n similar will shortly re sign sent at Xanainw to take the posIUion of supcnmepdoTrfof In fit present for Nnjmirno in the provincial V socialist run for seat in Canada Out of the total cumber of per sons in 414 or per as compared with or per the year before 219 of 414 fe male offenders were from 10 British 8 the 6 from New and 1 from PrinceEdward Island1 while out of 3T7 female offerKlers for 167 were from 103 from 4 o from Nova 32 2L from the 5from New Bruns 2 from British and 1 from Prince Edward OFFENDERS IXCREASR number of under years of agu has also increased ing the the figures being 800 for 1903 697 the ywtr or an increase of per Oirt of the 800 yiniiig oiTehders lS were from 2O4 from 75 from 42 fro Nova Scot 21 from British Col 16 from New 6 from the and 2 fron Prince Island and out of the young offenders for 381 were from from Quebec 81 from Somo peopte pray in a tone o voice that won Id indicate that thsy thotight they wore doing Almigti ty a f a vorby Jetting him He could do for The policy is The results arc realizing the Minis ters From the Canadian Mary had a little Twas run by gasoline Rut since it wont up in the Our Marjs Some mon hnvc an idea that their rights consist in profiting from uUi er Investigation will often disclose that a greasy jumicr covers a broadcloth Wed give a lot to know what a fourteenmonlhs oll baby thinks Far mers Attention FOR QUICK SALE Quarter section in 1022 for peracre Some wheat im Hurry W DOBBLN henwc getrich enough at nrght until we get gool ami ready to goto and can lie alKrd in the morning until we want to get we n re going vto kniock uff work jnd call it The wise assessor viil ask man to his possessions just whpn he is in middle of mcving his household goods to a new KB Mens Furnisher r HAS REMOVED TO QPERA HOUSE BLOCK Into larger and more commodious NEW GOODS PUT IN STOCK Several shipments of Boots and including Ames Holdens Fine union in the latest in both black and also the Broadway brand of Wor steds and Results Speak for From a small shack store on Ford street to a large uptodate establishment veil stocked on Ronnd is the progress of one years V LOWJU prices have been in the yet between now and reductions will mmle in the following lines Negligee Shirts for Shirts for 75c 75c Shirts for A Nice LIM of Svtls to Clear at only NOTE THE NAME AND PLACE KEEL Opera House Block Round Street AAA ;