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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 29, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta MM- . V4 LBTHBRID6B HERALD raiNTING CO.. LTD. 0. D. AUSTIN, Editor aid MiMier. W. JORDAN, Sapt of Jak Departawat SaBSCRIPTION: In Advanoe - ai.SO a year Otherwise - 92.00 a year ADVERTISINO: Pe r Uonth - ! .00 Per Inch OUR POINT IF VIEW TVh(>n tho aeparaitors lieigiii to turn out their golden grain, money will siiparate from its holders. Why W'ill Borden disregard the Montreal Star's advice and take Goo. E. Foster on his tour? CanU he reme�Hh ber how the Star's advice has won olet^tions for him? O.W.Kerr Ci�. Quits. Once more the Herald would urge the graduates living in the city to get their enrolment for the Univer -srty convocaition attendad to ot once. There is no use raising a howl after everj-thing is dona and Liothbridgo and district is left out of the Un-Jiyerta." Iversity Senate. Will not some grad- unite make this matter, his business and attend to it immediately^ Leth-bridge is already an important cdu -cational centre and will be greater in proportion to the attention paid to educational matters. Wake up, graduates. , The President of the Canadian Life Underwriters Association complains of the attitude of the press toA^'ards the life insurance companies during the recent iuvestigations, and speaks of >the law passed as "grandmotherly legislation." It is expected, how -ever, that the press and the governments will be able to hear up under the severe rebukes of the insurance companies' mouthpieoc if the agitat -ion created and passed result in the restriction of the companies to logi-timute investment of the people's money. The e.\-pupils of Goderich CoUeg -intc Institute presented H. I. Btrang H.A.. who had been principal of the school for thirty-five years with a purse of $1,000. That is better than ereoting momuments after a man's death. A case in point is the grant of $606 per annum given by the British Columbia government to Hiss Froser a descendant of Simon Fraser the famous explorer. After j-ears of poverty, the grant came just a few days before her death. O. W.'Kcrr, President of the O. W. Kerr Co. is in th-- city this week, and Mr. Kerr advises us that owing to their Inability to gut Umd in sufficient si7�d tracks in Southern Alberta, they c.spcct to clean the bnlnucc of their unsold lands and with^ as the large ranching concerns hold imincivsc tracts of wild land for ranching purposes, just so long it will rolaixl the develop -mont of the country. The World Of Spcrt. ^ Annuity Cnmc Too Lntc. Ijethbridge's visit to 3I(!diciae Hat was a picnic for Benny's bunch as nil four game's went to thu would-lie clkampions in easy stylo. Hits, runs ami errors were in abundancu nnd the e givnie in itm.sterly style allowiing TiMvnto, liVug. 21.-Tiu> last of tlic Prasers, iUiss Harriet Froser, daughter of Simon Fraser, tins gr�jnt fur trader and explorer, British Colunv -bin pioiKwr. died this morning shortly after 7 o'clock ut tlio Housu of I'roviflwicf, whoiv she has ln�iti ll\-ing in seclusion for iIk- |mst fourteen yoars. Sliss Fra.scr, who was eighty years of ag�', had l>oen failing in health for some time, and Iho tardy life annuity of SfiOO, which was rci-ontly Krtintcn in a ."iomi-conscious cotxlition. waiting for only xwo hit.s. TIk> fcMtui\3 of the |ihe fmul call that was ex|>eotc�l at gBnM was a fast doublo pla.v thait nny moment. Her .strong Fra.sor foa-cnught Foster and O'Dea imd caiiio kuros stin.wi out in iiitirkeathy with Mr. McVittic in his trouble.-Nelson Canadian. Philip Gilbert, a. citizen of Wiarton was s'hot by a woman whom he triisd to forcible drive out of toivn because she was an undesirable character. This business of taking the lav. into one's own hands is a risky business anyway one goe.� at it. � It is astonishing the concern for the feelings of their parents tha.t young men assume as soon as they get into some trouble that brings disgrace upon them. A young fel -low disregaiids the admirations nnd feelings of a mother by getting into evil company by contracting bwd habits, or by committing some crime. Ho . 'is brought before the bar and receives punishment for his ntisdeeds. Hi} then remembers his mother and father and other friends and pleads that the matter ho hushed up. It is not the policy ot any reputable newspaper to damn any man's carreer by publishing .the details of his fall. The best way, however, for nny young iiitin to avoid having 'ilie i)aj)crs publish 'What will break his mother's lieart and wound his friends is to l.ive so as to. give the press no oc -casion to publish his disgrace. The time to consider the feelings of ones friends is before, not after, one commits the act that would bring disgrace. Cannot St one" In a hundred can even name him. This fact fairly represents his reputation and capacity. We is merely an Ottawa Franctunan. with the nice manners and graceful insincerity of his people. OIISOICINE HAT SC^HOOLS. The attendance a weotc- ago last Monday upon tlio fir�t day ,o( school : was 348. Yesterday it was 434 and next wock it will still bo much larger 'Scores of children in the city when school atarts do not attend andthoso out of town do not return for it. ;Auf. 19 is too (%rly for school to ^tart.-Medicine Bat Times. Tbo' man with the swelled heoul dooa not sulfer as much as those who : ami^orapelled to associate with him. The wiso man looketb not at the ;;therniomKrter iduring 'July and August Ijeslie M. Shaw, formerly Secro -tary of the United States Treasury, now President of the Carneffie Trust Co., was asked what he thought of the financial and commercial skuat -ion. lieplying, he said: "Our farms produce more that f6,-SO0,O00,00U a year, and the prospect is good for an average crop. Our mines yield more that $1,500,-000,000 aod our forests more than 11,000,000,000 and noHher of these sourccfi of wealth has been exhausted The output of our factories, in other than food products, is approximately 112,000.000.000 and no fires have been extinguished. The railways earn more (than $2,000,000,000 and they aro all in successful operation. The pay rolls of our factories at�d railways aggregate approximately f8.-500.000,000, and the scale of wages kas not been ri^duced. In other words the n^al source's of the people'swealth hn\e not yet boon affected, nnd the jibiiity of imiustrial concerivs topny dividenrls is not measured by the market price of their stocks. Logical reasons for serious conditions are therefore wanting. Psychological reasons are never wanting. "If I judge correctly the pcoplowill have exactly what they oxiwct. If those who hove money in tl>e bonks withdraw it and look it up; if the banks refuse to grant accommodations, and if the consuming public decline to place orders, then we will very soon witness the effects. "Jjel those who 'think that times of disostcr follow, each other at regular intervals, Iwar in mind that this country has nevoi- yet experienced a Ijeriod of severe t the half �mile 'in 2.05 lowering the rocoi'^1. No other recoi'ds were broken. E. E. Freeman of Calgary won the championship mcdni. The Maple Cit-ok team came to the city accinnpnnioixon wns good at nil t'imes. Bobson nml Juckes wore conspicuous in si>ots. Consi'tkxable amusement was atToivUHl'tho crowd when l>ick an-cl Norman Hobson cro�s�l s'ticks and when Stockor evening there wciro forty out to practice. It is not every town of its size that will proclaim a civic holitlay, and send half a hundr�>d iX'ople two hundred aiilcs to see a junior team bump up against renowned seniors to certtt'in defeat, ji^hot is support that makes cham>|>ions of homo-brews. The Maple (^reck bunch will Iw tK.tird from yet among the best lncro.ssdskle attendants awaited hourly the end. With her wns her niece, Mai'gar�>t Fruser, of Hamilton Views on Borden's Platform. On Tuo-sday of wix'k Hon. U. L. Borden the Conservatives loader delivered nt Halifax 'tlie fli's-t of a series of addre.sscd that ho will jyivo in tho course of a tour across he coim-ir.v. In this a'Ulress he outliii^jd Ih;-polic.v upon whft'h the Consorkntivo party if 'it endorws its Mider Ipili fight tho npxt Dominion election. Tn brief the platform is; as folio,vs: 1. Honest appropriation and expenditure of public mono.vs in the public inti-rost. 2. AppointnK'Ut of public ofllcinls upon considerations of capacity and liersonal chnractor ami not of party service alone. More effective provisions to punish briber.v ond frami at elections to ensure thorough puLlicity us to ex|>eiHHtures by [loH'tical t)rganizat -ions, to prevent the nccuiiiulat'ion of cnii�tHi;ign funds for corrupt puriw.sos nnd to prohibit contributions thoiv-1o by i>ori)oratioas, contractors nnd promoters, to e.\pe�lite the hiniriiig of election iietitions ond to prevent collusive arrungeinn-nts for the withdrawal or compromise 'thereof, to proviiKlent prosocut -Oa'tharinc. both in liusiness on King street, Hanvilton, ar� �lnughter8 of the aged lady's brothor, Simon .John Frn,ser. This link with tho ronwvnlic pnst of iS'ew fJalodoiiia 'ami its trading posts Toronto fliil n(rt know till now that she possesseil. Aliss Harriet Fi-a.sor was born in Glengarry on the St.Lawrence, in tho old Scotch settlement, where the adventurous father i'^'''^"^-^T^' momilicis of the Sena-to as ing ofllwr to enforce the laws so a mewled. 4. A thorough and complete ro -formation of the laws relating to the civil .service, so that future ap-pointinntts shall l>e made 'b.v ai� in-riepentLmt commission acting upon the report ot oxansimM's after com -iwtitive examiontion. 5. Such reform in the mode of Sudden Deaths Life ia uncertain ami sudden deatlis frequently occur. Muke your will and appoint this Company na your E.\ecutor nnd you will have an experiencctl executor as veil as security for the cnrrying out of every clause of your will. THE TRUSTS AND GUARANTEE COMPANY, LTD. (Head Office, Toronto) Capital and Reserve,  $2.20O,0UO. Public Adininiatrator for Lethbridge Judicial District. Advisory Board for Alberta : D, W. Marsh, Esq. P. Turner Bone, Esq., William Pearco, Est]. 711 First Street West (Alexander Corner) Cu'gary. A. G. ROSS, Manager. BOWVILLE Interesting Budget from the Herald's Correspondent. Mostly all s|>ent his childhood ami froii* where her nuastorful brother Paul went west in his fiaivnt's foot.sleps. Paul was born in 1705) and enlorwl tho Hud -son's Hay .service in 1828. He wns killefl near Knmloops in ISSS by o fulling tree crashing 'Uirough his tent while ho wns 'going thyuigii his cor-rcspomlence. FATHER WAS H. C. PIONEEU. The first resi'dc-nt Uritish Coluniiliia is ack'nowlodgwl to I*? Simon Fraser, who was born at licnoing'ton, in 1776. From Fort Chip|>ewa-yan on Lake .Athabasca, in 1805 ho crossod tho Rockies, and in their valleys cstabli.shod tra-ding posts for tha ?-ivnl of the Hiidson'.s' Itay coinpan.v, the Northwest company. On picture -s.|ue Lake S'tuart, nwny in tho north among tho headwaters of tho Skenna Msan control or wil,l nuikc thnt chninber a more useful a'nd repivsontntive legislative iKKly. t>. X moi-e mreful soloction of the sources from whii-h inintigration shall Ic sought. ,1 more rigid ,ins|iection of Hnnmigrants and the abolition of tlie bonus .system, except unik-r very special circumst�nc�.is and for the piir-po.Ho of obtaining particularly desir-nble of sottlers. 7. Tlio innnngement aivd develop -mont of tho public 'tJoinain (in which nro to l)e incliHlod great national, franchises) for tho public 'tenyfit nnd uwler such conditions that a reasonable proporl'ion of the increment of value arising thei'ofroxn shall inuro to the i>eople. 8. T'hc! eralioii (,n';l iiiiiviiagemiont of our gos'eranipnt i'nil,ways 'by an in-nr- interfcrence. Maple Crcelt Visits Us. On Monday Morning a special car containing about fifty citizens of Maple Creek came to Lethbridgw. Tho primary object in view was a lacrosse match between the Maple Creek boys and the local team. Tho other object was to give the people of Maple Creek a chance to see the district that is filling the icinds of the continent with crop woridenncnt. In the company wera ol|d timers, who hunted and killeill pro-moto tlie prodiiotion wfthin Canada of all useful articles and commodities that c^n bo nflvan'tageously produced or manufactured from or 'by m?ans of our natural resources, having duo regaixl, to the intcrasts of tho con -sumcr as well, as to the just claims of our wage-earning iK)|iulution. J4. Tho promotion by negotiation legislation and other con.fti'tu'tional means of a system of mutual preferential 'trade wi'thin the empire. l.'i. The restorivtion of the public lamis to the provincu of Alberta a'nd Saskatchewan upon fair tonn-s. 10. Tlvo imimpaired mjaintonance of all powers of self-governnuont which have iioen conferreid upon the provinces of C'ana-dn undor the constitu -tion. Montreal, Aug. 2.S.-Commcntingon the Boidcn platform, the S*tar (Con-serva'livo) says: "Ho diaats In hints rather than dramatically posi'tivo assertions. His platform contains several, goo a ti'ifle afraid of handling thom himself." The Herald (Liberal) finds that in eight out of tho fourteen planks thcie is no new issue raised, nttd meets the proposal for govcrnmont toU>gmph and telephones with tho query "Why"? The Witness (Ivilieral) tievotes tho entire editorial page to articles dealing wi'ih vai-ious plonks, laying chief emphasis on the declaration for purer elections and expressing doirivb of his ability to carry out the plcer and ])ostmistross is having quite an ad-iHtioii made to her store and resi -dence. Mr. I'etcrson and family will use the new part for u dwelling and tho old part will be used for tho .store and postoflice. Mr. IV'terson in his store handled Hl/ii(ost everything needed for the tab-,] lo of the farmer. John Johnson is drilling a well for Mr. Engen over in Tp. 13. Range 1ft. across the Lil'Ho Bow. Mr. Talbot's rig was in the vicinity last .\M30k. # If J ou V isli to meet any of your friends or have business iio attend or wish to pay your school taxes be nt The A. O. F. Parade. The nnniinl cliiirch pnrn>de of tho Ancient Orared to what it \Mas a year nnd two years ago. Jlr. Wynian has his granary ready for his grain, also his grain ready lor a thr/jsher. .Jos. Williams nnd W. J. Hann took a j ob cutting forty acres ot winter wheat across the ridge. P, I'eterson camo homoilast week for a few doys to help his mother. 'l^icro is e I used by the kintk-rgarten aiid first I primary deportments. These two � with tho vacant room in the West -minster will tide over until a now school can Iw built. The plans of tho oow school wera exanvined. The Bourd intends to perfect 'these, get llvj debentures sanctioned ami as socm as it is profitable to do so, .sell them and erect the school. Harold V%. \Mns rosig'nad his position ns principal of the Wostin'i'n.stor SchtM)l. The Bourd oiir, pudding must havo no ... snot. You must keep account of tho food you chow, And th.i number of times you chow it. THE ETERXAL QUESTIO.V. (Smart Set). I'o live within one's salary Is hard-no one can doubt it. But there's no doubt 'twere tanler still To try to live without H. CLAMAN OMEDY CO. For Oac Week, eommenciAg Monday, Sept 2nd Under canvas on Public Square. NEW PLAY EACH NIGHT * A Pair of Country KidV* \ YiMtd but No Wife" .'A Womoo'e Sin" **DowB OA tiie Farm" ooi otiMrs, all good. Spacialty people bctwecaacta ADMISSION 50e aad 79e. Plan at Higiubslhtm's Prng Store. � Every nigkt for a week. ;