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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 15, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE HERALD Editor Job Otherwise SttBSCRIPTION f a year a year ADVERTISING Par Per Inchi any loan coiitpaiiy or oth has a right to contribute to the jubllc Iuivd by taxation the same us the man in mercantile manufac fanning or the man who invests his inusclo antl roulkl tlvi slwdi The other of our prominent ciliwms escaixxl be ing run over only by turningthe horse bo was rilling around in his tracks to allow the which by the way no light mid no bell which are heodtfU in Alberta to jtiss Several times just as much as loan companies cap Those are not exactlydays that turn ones thoughts winterward except by way of Uut in many in if the wmUr would bo en joyvd tothe preparation must Ofcourse frost is necessary tohave ice vhich in turn is Due of the essentials of curl ing urn Hut It has ben in past that a rink is ab solutely necessary for civHng aznl skating on the river is jly If we are to a lias the attrition UOw is the time to got busy of the electrical today ns there k not form a company has toeen put into aeration tinre one buikl ft rillk thtrt xvill of Edisons The cuHers nnd skat version of coal into electricity at thi mine mouth aud transmitting OUR POINT IF VIEW rigs have narrowly escaped there is no way of knowing that nn en gine is coming from the ln gines should be required to ring their continually while moving around the Jt is only a tem porary crossing and the danger will be eliminated when the ak crossing is put Hut in the mean time lives if tvire exercised and Where Shall it Go member for has addressed thi following letter to Premier Rutherford on the subjvt of is served oy much inore so is with tle t reversing district east and nnd going nor th just a few miles west of the boundary of the and two branches of ihe tiuilway serving the most densely pojiulaawl portion of ihe thought of irri gatiug the areas uround Kailwuy irrigution Tht World of The Legislative Assembly known all over the ljrov 1tailway and Power of has a plant in operation carrying oirt this The promot ers claim thai power can be procur ers The amount of capital required not be tv great and the three branches su flic iem u uiako it paying Sum Edmonton the power by wire to poinis whew it support givon hy the vdli The Alaritnne Q iw spon makeit a paying prop mer sport has found successful fin of province that several different anciers why should not winter sport re pushing their for Dear 1 learn from the press Company bad placed an inxnUtise area under irrigation nnd tiro con templating the enlargement of lluir system to a very great Ixth brUlgo mill Irrigation have boon syn onimous terms for irrigation inthis d strict has proven a success while system in Gleichen is still in the constructive has unexcelled facilities which the people oi the province may reach tho agricultural college should it Ix placed in tho vieiniti of this If the college should IMJ pliicsx in n mixed farming and un no botur con chosen thun the Canadian Co The exhibits at the recent fair gave such evidence of representing a mixi Ince as the DeVeber Cup of the activity oi Senator in sue u rin t is on exhibition at Fred Cows shoo The cup is a sterling gold stands ten Inches high on alimony Tha Cup is graceful out line and beautiful in On one side is a wiiMith of maple leaves enclosing a lacrosse On the other is the AllKUux Coat of Arms and ahe engraving Legislative Assembly Ixicrosse cup cost Tlw Caledonias of Calgary luvve sigiiirjcvl thoir intention of lett fig the Peoples Shield go with the Pro vincial That means if tho Maple IJMUS of the thev Employ a Trust Company t Death or other causes may remove an iidivkliml Make your appointing this Company as your Executor and you will have an everready and efficient wliosa life is THE TRUSTS AND GUARANTEE Head Toronto Capital and Public Administrator for Letlibridge Judicial Adviiory Board for Alberta Tiiraer William Ill First Street West Alexander Corner Manager Tho second game was alt lotlio bad except the score was 3 1 in l will also hoki the coveted emblem ol to ed at a distance of two to four dred miles in this way than burning the Moreover when le taken hold of in a businesslike ihe wires are erected the factories are independent of railways for the shipment of coal for Sen ator Mitchell is the man who has The announcement that the con tracts forthe highlevel bridge have most respectfully desire to the agricultural without in nhy sray wishing to lw Iktle the claims of other pans of bred to the judges our failprovince in this 1 do 4sl farming district ia could le af forded by no othor exhibition in Al On the grounds was tho lar and collection oi thorough beeu let IKIS brought up again the question whether or not a traffic brklge could not be secured in be foiv you for your consideration the claims of tlve constituency of Jlei which 1 have tho honor of iv successfully worked out the proposii connect ion this Somo tion propounded by Edison years several Jiave expressoilthc opinion that if strong leputition of rcpreseimuive businassnienwvre to interview the In all our provincial wo even going to Win read that So mid So atteiwled to do so if it wore liMTlthbrklgc Fair or that atd Somethmg nvight yet bo Tfais and That were in lxthmatter I that report which has been circulated to the effect that tho agricultural col lege should go with ami become part of our university does not find any done in the support amongst fairminded bridge last week Attending the The Fair is recognized to le more than al local getting a traflic bridge builtin wrth tho It looks to us like n hopeless un The Iwo instkutions are apart and so that the establishment at such institutions at points widely npart in any way clash or ever seen in the Tliere were exhibits of Works were Schurch allowing only two rors wtiv too nunvarons to Thinys ihe footiball leiigue arc iu a The clubs in the west ern division are scrapping among themselves and the cUances aiv Uiat Foster is lionic with a poisoiisl a he result of leing will not play until Mon has signed the Calsinry out play the will come To 1 right iVnnxie is being rettvrned brKigc by as the west end will not get theirgames over go ami swine representing what into the great iiHlustries in in is part of our Idertaking for more reasons than interfere with the work they are Verily Providence is smiling on one In the first The constituency of Gleichcn is Southern and cy of the has stated clones are playing havoc in pans of emphatioally that the the eastern provinces aud spates and not entertain the Manitoba has been having severe hull jThcy will build the bridge on the head of its season of Southern Alberta is not having even its proberbial storms ami the nviu that fell recently came theday before the days after the Ijthbridge that The highlevel bridge contract has been really antl truly Tlie leod Advance vill now believe the foundations for the bridge were at least inore solid than the foun dtteions it had for the storj it lished about the site being abandon At its last meet ing the Stiathcona Council a providing for the nunuberihg of the streets of their cityaixi doing away with the old names except those of the ccn bytheCanadian Pacific rail way from uml iKJing occupied partly by the and by the grain it is vcs to suit their own requirements probably and no And if they entertain such a what would it mean If the were to sluire the use of the bridge witli the public Id natura lly expect the pub lic to help Very considerably in pay ing for iL The Provincial Govern and tlie city of vould be the proper to share Yhe sharing the cost of structures that inean an expenditure of a million and a half or two mill ions is a big The share that the province would be expected to street and When Lethbridge going to fall in line with modern ntethods It is hard for capitalists and those representing nxoney interests to sec both sides of a Their hlea is that money makes the mare but they often fail to see who pro vkles the The Insurance anl Finance ChVoriicle of Jfontreal reads the Alberta Government a lecture for collecting taxes on the ibusiness dona by loan Their comment reeds as follows Iogislaturo of no doubt having a swelled head nml not having jx deal of experience has undertaken to show what can do in the way of collecting Jt not only taxes insurance compin banks and other institutions that aid in building up the new jro ing constituency in tha Te const itx contains the larg est irrigsited in umltho large works at present being carried out ly thiV Canadian Pacific Irriga tion company has drawn the attention of the whole world to this portion of our Every pant of the constituency is within reach of ami the city of Calgary is wi thin the center of the agricultural settlements of i eainestly that the few facts herein sot forth may receive The exhibits of grain and grassesinducted the best speci nvens of 4xth siring and winter brome t ami Of home grown fruits there wens currants and dif ferent varieties of IVairying poultry and nmrketgardening are all live in the district a mixed farming centre bridge is without a rival in the western Ixjthbrklge may ba outpointed by Edmonton in the count for the cap or by oven Cal gary for the or by Ponoka for the lunatic but when it comes to the poinis for the Agricul turul Lethbridge has them feol confrdcnt that our local mcmljicr not forget and that the public 01 this and the iieighbor ing constituencies will not forget that Uilhbridge isthe in Albertathat perfectly fulfils allthe conditions of an ideal site for the Alberta Agricultural POST SEASON as spare catcher and With numerous double headcrs it is npces siiry 1o have a or extra on hasbeen considerable dis pute concerning the class of put up in tho NorthernCopper Lea gue and Western Canada Leagua To settle the as well as give TllE Uy tho Omwj When things go he just saun ters round At tfn oclock or so tlkcn reads his Dictates sonw lialf dozen letters to the Tosses us each a or two at the lights a good Phonos to and then goes out to And I go home OIK say to Gee whizz f hate to I wish 1 was the But when things maybe a Or prices or same bank goes and busts Then aint he Johnnyonthespot at eight ol finish to the have a postseason series why not twetai clubs say the leaders of each If which seems have a cinch at their should come to play the teams and then go east Duiulh Artie former captain i of the Dulutli White Sox is do hull Tlwn lu take to read the Western Canada lie is captainof the Lethbrklge club and his excellent generalship is briivghig with the Western Canada champions playing at Moose Sasj his team home a lie has pulled them up from third to second i position and is now Medi cine the and will simi ly land ntthc top of the Ail the Nor eat no but keeps us Ml Then lie shoots letitersVat the girl till sllc iCet flustery red spots on her chocks katoon and other towns on tho of the towns in the leagues are hantl a interesting finish ing the Dukith man and would le given to the baselrall sea BASEBALL and the leaders broke most of the fansaddress him as If this general fav oritism OlVa inay le re turned to the hoad of the kike a fnll flodgeii Even and makes old Chief Clerk know hustle you e flowers we strew upon the A H13I o the editorial writer ixi at the very least conyour most careful sideration which ccrtainlv is more than the could possibly put fttto a brklge serve a limited And what of the The city of Lcth leing the chief would le to pay hamlsome ly for the Building over a msile long is a large undertak ing for the city to take Uut the problem of securing the trade from the district to the north of tho city still While the bulk of the trade of the city of Ltrthbriilijie comes and will como from the to the south and ea tha trade from the is a very considerable item ami will be greater as the country becomes more thickly This will not as snmo proportions that will cause the formation of another town across the river if any provision is made the transportation of the people and their produce to Even if there we rcwa traffic elevators would he built on the other side to handic Ihf grain from ihc A Yours The people of tho electoral district of might address a letter to Premier Kutherfond and the Government on the subject of Agricultural College that but it htis now urxlertaheii to fevv small stores may be started tax the income received by theso there as it lint the trade will companies or other investors on She warrant the putting in of such The policy of taxin as are carried oy the stores what is absolutely necessary for tho lhis city and the proximity of such building up of the province is simply the great bulk of the What all our provinces want People1 to including is capital to de It is wstiiiialcd the cost of in their The idea of dis dine railway including machinery couraging caprtal which they iKird so jarnl cars for carrying teams ami badly is the height of the engines and would recommend or any j win nut more than Other to repeal this kind iThis sort nf scheme willhardly be of legislation ns Quickly as necessary if elevators arc erected on Onc of our older provinces d d th jtlw other What is is kind of but any convenient way of transporting the would resui very similarly to the let ter written by who uses German spelling for GIeichen in making his 1907 The Alberta We learn from the press of the province that several different points are pushing their claims for the agricultural without in any way wish ing to belittle the claims of other parts of our fair province in this re we most respectfully desire to place before you for your consid eration the claims of the constit uency of which MO haVc the honor of we may the report which has been circulatcfi to the efTect that the agricultural col lege should go with and becoms part of our university does not find any support amongst fairmimkd The two institutions are apart and so that the establishment of such institutions at points wuloly apart will not in nny way clash or interfere with the work they are to The constituency of Ixthbrilge on the Ottawa Five Press Was re sponsible for interesting contribu tion to Canadian political which particularly view of the scorching which Sir Caron received at the hands of the judge in Vancouver the other The Press writer had thought lessly the 01 Sir Adolphe Caron with that of Foster sixjaking of nest of traitors of Caron contributes an indigjkint declaring that a greater display of gross ignorance thna was shown in associating him with Mr Foster as one of bolters would to And this very natural repudiation is followed by a communication front correspondent signing himself who comes to Sir Alol phas lie remained faithful to his was partly on account of this shortly after the of par and on the day when in de fiance of constitutional precedent Sir Charles Tupper becamo a meeting washold in the drawing room of the Speaker ofsthe having amongst other objections that of arranging for the of Sir Adolphe I was the shflll cr forget the suppressed fury in voice of one of the flew ministers when speaking of exclaim Knife knife knife hiin and those utterances accom panied by the imitation of passing a knife through the greet even iit the Oas Tho gnmcs graves of our dead do them fully as were the of jimich tho food which the in one of the of the Chinese lay on the tonvb does their took the long eod of a Uollis j does blue blood amount to pitched remarkable bull holding the if it flows in sluggish streams swatters down to one hit and still what does it amount to if struck out eight of Fogurty royal blood from founts sitrikmg out ton dregs are worse than and Allowing seven deadly poison That fat the so it of double And grnased Jig4itnmg when he And when night looks kind er pale And anxious and yet so full of I get sort of aching in my Like somethiny choked when I look at And 1 go home and say to Gee ftizness is glad I aint the Boss Meyrick m Jfarpers S BAY COMPANY nionton Saturday irioe that tries this experiment pny for it throe will END OF plo uftor they have sold their The i gra i n r w hen 1 hey 1 i ghtcr pr o of this sort such as dairy produce for of legislation is that it naturally Tho solution for the problem Jfcems lo the withdrawal of capital to in trolley A troilcy T PVA t 1 M r lino from the other side oi tho riv The Chronicle evidently has con lr the coultJ lc built at vinced itself that AUxsrta cannot get along vktiout That is quite Oapilal is needed to develop a comparativoly small cost awlwould c a paying proposition for the city Iawl to Such op our But is it rot equally grated in or ITomil true that capital needs resources in Uon would te perfectly feasible with produce could unload it their v wagons to the trolley which to as is the case just the demand of the for capital is greater than freight cars for transportation to the supply of At othertimes city and could take back their capital must look for good The cost of it may make larger intransportation of If the province orthe ccswiit consmodi is served by the Canadian Pacific wi w5th vociforoiiR Kd Railway from to tmd antl by the Uhertn Railway Jrrigntion Com pany from corner to and be ing occupied partiy by the partly by partly byihe and partly ly the it is without doubt the greatest mixed farming con stituency in the The constituency contains the lar gest areo under irrigation in Alberta works that have carried on and are being carried out by the Trrigntion have drawn the ntten lion of the whole world to this portion of our Every part of the constit uency is within easy reach of would not tax anything so badly where vould the revenue come from Railway wouljrl would the city of Tjothbridgc is withm iho centre of the greatest ag ricultural settlements of earnestly thot the few facts heroin set forth a source of revenue lor the CC1VC most careful consider There are 10 this scheme coal flounnills but it to lw the on of all even jly by which people and and shops would not be taxed as their produce can be brought right all needed bad f any man or corporation is in a position to put money in the re sources of this all encour agement should rc But these TJwcrossing at the west end of thj are developed to the slied is a dangerous to the city without climbing the hills that at pvseiu are such a hindrance to the of the Municipal The Supreme Court of Canada ccntly out Hs decision in the case ofSinclair Town of Owen ratepayers last b3 substantial majority carried a local option On the applica tion of Justice Ma lec byla An nppeal was taken by the towfi to the Ex chequer Division of the High Court of of OntariOf which roversed the of Justice ami resiorod the The latter judgment was subseqxiently confirmed on appeal to the Ontario Court of The Supreme Court of Can ada takes the same so surely ihc opponents of the bylaw will Vours The IVoplc of Tjethhridge Tf pnt forth by that in favor of the of the agricultural college in constituency would have any in favor of his they wiU tors profit as ell as for Iho wclSeveral accutenla Tiave been narrowI have louble weight in favrtr of fare of the And as gain is ly averted especially at jclaims of Tjethbrklge for the said and protection when Alittle pnnsent is often but the engines are shunting If or Glei other natnc for a Special Bargains During Exhibition Week A list of high grade merchandise ut little Prices that are within reach of Yon will save dollars by doing your shopping at the Quality Store during the Mens Felt Hats The balance of our stock oE this seasons soft Felt in fawns and Kegular and special Twilled yard Two yards fine and evenly soft free from reg ular 40e 30c Lawn Fine Lawn this seasons neatly trimmed lace insertion and worth up to Special 95c Scotch 12 l2c Fine washable in light and dark plaids and regular Flannelette pair Splendid flannelette full threequarter good in white nnd grey reguUr English 12 f500 yards quality Cnims fine even guaranteed fast colors and will sold everywhere at c now assurMl thai it was The main point involved in this case was right of ralepay orswlvo owned projxjrty ami poswss etl the necessary quaUfication inmore wards of the town than to more than once on the Tho judgments of the Divisional Court Court of Supreme Court decide this question in the an Sole Agents for Butterick Patterns Hudsons Bay ;