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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 29, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE HERALD PUNTING ui of M 3 Cf fiSCRIPTIO N In Atlvance H50 a year Otherwise a year ADVERTISINO Per Month Per Inch OUR POINT IF VIEW When the separators boffin to turn out their golden money separate from its Why will Boiden disregard tine Mon treal Stars advice and take Foster on his tour Cant he remem ber how the Stars advice has elections lor him Once more the Herald would urge the graduates living in the city to get their eurolnient for the Univcr sity convocation attended to at There is no use raising a howl after everything is done and Lethbridgo and district is left out of the Un iversity Will not some gradpaki one railroal company nearly Km President of the iCerr is in city this and Kerr advises us that owing to their inability to gut land insuf ficient sized tracks in Southern Al they expect to cloau upi the balance of their unsold lauds and withdraw from the territory within the next In speakittg of the Alberta Kerr says We have sold acres Sbf land since the 2Hh of and if we had the we could sell a great many thousaiKl ac res moiw between now and of Our best business usually conies after Our few pieces of land at this tinns are and it is rather inconvenient for us to handle a large crowl of We have canvassed all of Southern Alberta pretty thoroughly in hopes of able to find a tract thtit woukl the but have been unable so nuke any satisfactory Southern Alberts has been pretty good to and it is with regret we find it jkecessary to other fields of We have spent a good uwny tlious and dollars advertising this section ofthe We have flooded the Western A and Northwestern States with tons of literature all bearing the trademark Sunny Southern Al Within the list year we The World of 1 visit to Hat was a picuic for JJennys bunch as all went to the would be champions in easy runs ami errors were in cibundanco id the quality of ilay was anything it of an cndofCLho season Mondays same was fast but unin The stand and bleachers ero as qukMat a ul igh a fair crowd was Schurch essayivl to operate tho uate make this his business and attend to it immediately Leth bridge is already an important edu catiorial centre and will be greater in proportion to the attention paid to educational Wake The President of the Canadian Life Underwriters Association complains of the attitude of the press towards the life insurance companies during the recent and speaks of the law passed as grandmotherly It is how that and the govern ments will beable to bear up under the severe rebukes of the insurance companies mouthpiece if the agitat ion created and passeti result in the restriction of the companies to Jegi timate investment of the peoples The expupils of Goderich Colleg Ihie Institute presented Strang who had been principal of the school for thirtyfive years with a purso of Thatis better than We have taken more jxo pie across the Canadian border from the United States than all of the land companies and we mviurally feel very proud of t results believe in the future of Sunny Southern ns strongly as ever What it neods arc good It takes to inake the land valuable it takes a yet tier to iriake the towns So long as the large ranch ing concerns hold tmcts o wild land for ranching just so long it will erecting luomuixients after mans A case in point is the grant of per annum given by the British Columbia government to MTiss Fraser a descendant o Fraser the famous After years of pov the grant cauie just few before her Philip citizeii of Wiarton shot by a whom tried to forcible drive out of town because she was an undesirable This business of taking the into ones own hands is a risky business anyway one at It is astonishing the concern the feelings of their parents that young men assume as soon as they get into some trouble that brings disgrace upon A young fcl low disregards the admirations and feelings of a mother by getting into evil company by contracting bod hab or by committing some He brought before the bar aiid receives punishment for his Jfethon ivnrembers his mother and father and other friends and pleads that the matter 4e hushed Jt is not the policy otany reputable news paper to damn any mans carrcer by publishing details of his The best for any young imm to avoid having tlie paperspub lish will break his mothers heart and wound his friends is to Ijve so as give the press no oc casion to publish The time to consider the feelings of oucs friends is not one com mits the act that would bring dis the develop McViUet Archibald the weU knowr land met with a painful ac tentyesterday WhiK taking the cork from a bot tie he struck the top of the bo It I with a in the explosion that followed piece glass pen etrated the pupil of the A care fur examination of the eye discloswl the fact that pupil of the ey ami thi tho eye was ronvovet There uilt Ijc much it McVittie in his Press Grinding Cannot See Leslie Secre tary of the United States Treasury now President of the Carnegie was asked he thought o the financial commercial sRuat he said Our farms produce more that a and the pros pect is good for an average crop Our mines yield more that nrid our forests more than and norther of thosi sources of wealth has been The output of our in othe than food is approximately and no fires have been The ear more than and they are all successful The pay rolls of our factories awl rail ways aggregate approximately and the scale of wajfes Cns not been Jn otherwords tho sources of peopleswealth have not yet boon ami the xbility tit industrial concents topoy is not nvcasured by the price of their Logical reasons for serious conditions are Lherefore Psychological rea sons are never If I judge correctly the peoplewill have exactly what they If those who hnvc money in the banks withdraw it and look it up if the lanks refuse to grant accommodat and if the consuming public de cline to place then we will very soon witness the Let those who think that times of Aantiity Cane Too last of tlte Miss Harriet daugh ter of Simon the grwtt fur trader and JJritish Colunv pioncwiY iJieil this morning short ly after 7 oclock at the House of whoro shehas Uvii liv ing in seclusion for the fourteen Miss who was eighty years of had I wen failing health for sotiif and the lardy life an nuity or which was recently j ran tod by the Columbia gov was of little avail to re pparatus but blew out in the sec lieve hvr declining f Kogarty the finished j many days she has Jxvn in a legume in masterly style alloudng scmiconscious waiting for iwo The feature of the jilufinal call was exacted at was a fast double play that any Her strong Fruser fea Foster ami imd came Uures sUniNt out in marked contrast cry xiearto catching OUrioa at the to frail The recognition of Score at the with luifathers memory by the western ie miiiers on governusnt too 4n their grant has come NTKCHS IN At her attendants awaited hourly the With her was her IHie Athletic Meot in Cal rtry last Saturday was in very except that the crowd ras Art IJurn weot the half lilein lowering the Xo ther records were Margaret of Hamilton Miss Margaret andher both in business on Iving are daughters of the ladys Simon John This link with the roinantic past of New Caledonia and its trading posts Toronto did net know till now of Calgary won the clmmp onship The came Maple to the Creek city lacrosse learn acconipniiiel by bout forty supporters on Monday t ay a return game with our prospec tive They didnt expect to OR On Tuesduy of last JJorden the Conservative leader delivered at Halifax tke first of a scr ies of that lw will in the course of a tour across coun Jn this aUhvss he outlined tha policy upon whMi the Consonnthv larty if it endorses its leader vill fight the next Dominion Jn brief the is as follOAs Honest appropriation anl ex penditure of public moneys in the public Appointment of public oilicials considerations of capacity and personal Vharacitr and not of party service alone More elteclive provisions brilKry and fraud at elections to ensure thorouyh publicity as to exiKMHliturcs by political to the accumulation of campaign funds for corrupt purposes and to contributions there to by corporations contractors ami to expedite the heuring of uleotion petitions and to prevent collusive arranyeiiKnls for the drawn or compromise to provide for a thorough of corrupt if necessary to appoint an prosocut ing officer to enforce the so to ap as they have only four or five that she Harriet ilayeis who ever playeil the game j Frasor was born in Clengarry on the before this They are a husky the old Scotch set ot of boys and though badly lxaten the adventurous father vere game to the The work his ami from where mastorful brother Paul went west in his Paul was born in 1790 and entered the Hud sons Hay service in He wtis ncar Kamloops in by a o Dawson was good at all Kobson and Juckes voie con spcuous Considerable am usementvOus afforded the crowd when ick aixl Norman Hobson crossed Sudden Deaths Life is uncertain and Biuklen dealhs frequently your will and appoint this Company your Executor and yon will have an executor as veil as security for the carrying out of every clause of your THE TRUSTS AND iUARANTEE Held Toronto Capital and Public AduinUtrator for Lethbridge Judicial Advisory Board for Alberta W Turner William 711 First Street West Alexander Corner sticks and when Stockdale lilisently falling tree crashing through his tent while ho was going thruigh his cor check who happened to Iw the speedy The home team tyf did not have an opportunity of showing their ivaj worth but there is no doubt that practice in close ami more ac curate work is tho men of the north am Passes wcro missLHl and chances lost at what would have been critical times with strong Crek hus got the lacrosse Jn the spring were four lacrosse players in thi town the other evening theie were forty out to It 5s Hot ev ery town of its that will pro claim a civic aiKl send hah a hundred two humhvd fcilcs to see a junior bump up ag ainst renowned seniors to de is support that WAS The first British is acknowledgetl to Iw SimoTi who wtis born at in From Fort yan on Lake in 1805 he crossetl aiul in their val leys established trailing for the rival of the Hudsons Bay the Northwest On iicture A thorough and complete formation of the laws relating the civil KO that futuiv shall by au iu dciJemlvHit commission acting upon the report of exansiners after com Ietitive Such reform in the hiode of selecting ujemilxirs of the Sentuc as nuikfj that chamber a more use ful and ivpixjscntativc legislative A more wxreml selection of the sources from which imntigration shall more of iimnigrants and the abolition of the lionus except uinkr very spe cial cireuinstances and for the pur pose of obtaining particularly able classes of The management ami inont of the public domsiin in which ni6 io lx included great national franchises for the public bendn and dor such conditions that able proportion of the increment of value therefrom shall inure to the BOWVILLE IiitercBting Budget from the aids Mostly all our beautiful fields will come under the binder this Thfi oats aiv improving our storekeeper and postmistress is having quite an ad dition made to her store and resi ieterson and family will use the new part for a dwelling ami the old part will be used for the store and ieterson in his store handles everythiiiij needed for the tub Jo of the John Johnson is drilling a well for Mr JSngen over in Itangc cross the Littlc Talbots rigxvas in the vicin ty last TKe The annual church panuta of the Ancient Order of Foresters tookplace last Sujulay evening to the lUxptist wJicMe the Keiil preached inost elocpjcnt forceful sonnon on the Christ as ah Fx Jho chuiLh packed to tlie doors and every one went away feeling that they haul received a rare I treat a7vd saying we ciilainly come Thu1 service was Lright ened by special the choir rendering a splendid selection and Powell usual sweet voice rendered beautiful in the north The innnagcmcnt of our overnment railways by in iit frvie from par headwaters of the Skemia control or chaumions of The Map le Creek bunch Iw hisird yet among the best lacrosse of thecount from teams Maple Creek Visits On Monday Horning a special car containing about fifty citizens of Creek came to The primary object in view was a lacrosse match between the Maple Creek boys and tho local The other object was to give tho people of Maple Creek a chance to see the dis trict is filling the ininds of the continent vsith crop Jn ihj who hunted aixl killed buffaloes in this vicinity ami had never been here The search for their well known landnwirks was next to They were to find farms and resklences such as J Wh itney s where twenty years ago Buffalo had the free run of the1 The city was scarchwl in vain for spots that can be seen now only in the niemorys In order that the visitors sec 1 he city to advantage owners of uutos took them might round the city and immediate vicinity ing the forenoon early in tha af Of course all were on the square during the game to for their favorites in thsir effort lacrosse by playing goHl The Maple Creek boys evidently hal a good time here Monday as Downer received a letter from Nornxin the manager of the in vlvich he says that the boys can io nothing but the fine treatment they received at Ixlh bridge and they would all like io ho made his hbadfwarters Alcxander Mackenzie discoverodNow of which British Col umbia wxis but it for Simon Fraser at twentysix years of to establish the trad posts Of the company in which he was a partner and gain a familiarity with tlw gictit forest iastness that 3Iac kenzic never TERRIFIC OF It was in set out from Lake Stuart upon the expedit ion which him His de scent of the river now Jtcaring his name wasone of great a Bryce The trip was one succession of pass ing under precipices of immense and avoiding tremendous treacherous breakers nnd clashing Fraser only got as far ns where Xew Westminster now is of hostile coast but he established the iuct tiwit the Fraser was a totally different river from the m error at that Father the historian of the of is the authorrty for the statement that the 1atil was the son of Simon This the Misses Fraser of On Wetlnesdny the remains willbe conveyed 10 Cornwall for in Anrlivws cemetery where her falhcr and mother are Discussed New At a special meeting of the School Board on Tliursilay night the quest If you v5sli to meet any of your j ion of school accommodation was riends or have business to attend or thoroughly A statement io pay your school taxes just prepared by Irincipal ifnmtlton show be at tho store on Thursday that cliiring the first week this wlun the mail coaics in and year there were 113 more pupils in H attendance tharv last aiul tluvt there were sixty pupils that had nev er attended school in Letlvbridge There tnly one vacant school room in the city the problem of imrrjodiate iiccoimnodation was I forced upon the Upon the suggestion of Freomnn a two THE ONTARIO CONSERVATIVE Bruce How many people in Canada can give the name of the PostmasterGeneral of this great Dominion such 5s fame Not one in a hundrwl can even name This fact fairly re presents his reputation am IFc is merely an with the nice manners ami graceful insincerity of his disaster each other at regular conto back lear mind that this I U DilliAxer the chief traffic agent of the Dominion Goverament y Commission was in the city Saturday looking up information concerning the reports that were published last winter in the Eastern pniers to the effect that cattle by tlie humheds were dying m the stock yards whiln waiting for cars that the was unable to So The development and improve mont of our national of national the im provements of trajisportatiotr facili ties ami conpomient reduction of rates I wit ween of production nntl thf whothct at hottxj or aivd tha estab lishment ol a thorough system ofcold TIVc of the pro sent railway comrniysion as publii irtilitics convmission with wider ow rs more extended jurisdiction so asto establish thorough ef fective control over all corporations owningor operating public utilities or invested with franchises of a1 nat ional The establishment after tlucin ofa systtm of national telegraphs and Ulpphones under con ditions which shall be just to capital already invested In those The improvement of existing pOiftui cajjcciaiiy in newly develojxKl portions of the countryand thc after proper in qiiiry as to cost of a system of rural mail A fiscal policy which will pro mote tlx production wrthin Canada of all and commodities that cull Ix advantageously prodmvd or mnnufacturtd by moans of our natural having due to the iiHcrosts of the con as as to tho just claims of our vvigertirning The promotion by negotiation legislation and rvther noans of a system of mutual prefer ential tralc within the The restoration ofthepublic iamls to the province of Albortu and Saskatchewan upon air vou will besurprised to sec what turn out there is for Mr a brother of Miss Vog iximo out to last Quite a number of young ladies itherod at the Jionw of Miss Margie to evening rec Williams mate a to Claresj room fiame building will be iiblm last to see the on lots to be secured that will iw thzieshing rig which he isexpecting by the kindergarten and first from Thcsc two Dont forget that tha stage with the vacant room the West Uowville on Wednesdays ahd returns in ins tor will tide until x from JLtnhbridgc on Sin school can e gle fare Hound trip The work oti ReiTiokla Sons granary will begin next Woo I ley and 3IcAlpine wilj do the carpenter Jleynolds lias purchased a new eight foot binder this country has never yet expcriencetl a mind that this j nnd Maple Civck iMEDICtNE HAT The attendance a week Ago last STnjJay upon Owy of school was Yesterday it 434 and next Avcck it will still bo much larger Scores of diildrcn in the city school starts do jiot attend and those to out of town do not return for 19 5s too for school Medicine The min with the swelled head does not as much as those who compelled to associate with The nxm lookcth not at the thcnnonvcrvcr during July August jwriol of 5epression that was not traceable to financial or econom ic ngitntum or legislation and us unlly to In 190H the redemption of jfrecn backs in silver instead of gold Was oponly ivdvocntcri the party in power was under promise to remove the pro tective tariff from our industries ami free of silver at the ratio of sixteen to one was championed by prominent of both The country might have survived any onc of these sources of but could not survive all At this tinw no financial and tho Tariff not be touchcrl at KNT eighteen Swn vimck in speefi at which wo are going is most lcsir able and the checking progress has profcnbly It will now require a fair measure of confidence and cou rage to prevent undue retardment in Capitol cannot lw fore ed into it can be forced out of T have never seen a when universal sanity moro essential to our form a sort of mutual admiration society as the lacrosse lxys ant cit praise for the have nothing visitors and but JKJS found foun dation for tlw reports and his scared for inforniatioh at Lclhbridge re sulUd in no oorifirmsAtion of the re their Speaking of his work of igetting in fonuntion to substantiatG or deny NOT IN President of the AllisClmmbers has isswetl this siatemont There is no foumlation the grievances against the iKHingcr sakl that it wns very dilUcuit to ret reliable from those having the They loud in their denunciat ion tf the railways it came to their claims to govern Woodcock from Ontario is vis iting his laughter Burns and sons are their fall the first lirat the first Burn is the There were services in 4oth school houses last have a good simply of for services but it secmsthat everjbody in the has not heard the good unimpaireil nwintrnance of oil powers of selfgovcrntmrnt have leen upon the provin ces of fanadn unrlpr Hie constitu the Roixbcn the Star Con If the nimor that a receivership IMS nifint official they sealetl right been nskefF for this comnnny The company was never in a more pros We have orders on our books at the present time gating which nsstitc fuil the years work monnfacturing railways can compeHel to fur information required but the people are free from such sion but to be afrafd to give the information they should give if of us for all theix is any reality in their These orlers have boon taken at ex ceptionally good aml the com pany is showing earnings The companys are cqurtl to nearly two and onehalf times the Men vho rklc hobbies usually the tentions the Tillingor was at the crops of this district ami remarked they the ho seen in his journey through the Worry causes more prespirntion than the of tho Tho vacation we ciiss is the one we would have enjoyed the servalivc says He in hints rather than dramatically positive as Hisplatform contains sev eral good ideas but it is too much to sny that he to Ixr n trifle afraid of handling thcm Tlie Horald Liberal finds that in eight oufc of fourteen plonks there is no new issue ami meets the proposal for government and tclophonos with tho query The Witness Lilcrnl devotes the entire ediloriol page articles knvl ing with various Ikying chief on the declnrntioni for pur and expressing oubl of his ability to out tlie which as On public Witness does not think Ikmden can carry the par The Gazette Constrvnlivc np provcs except f or public concerning which it is doubtful whe ther tlie need has arisen for such ac The made its regular trip east on understand that Mills has seen the inspector of theHail surarice He has done right and several arc wishing they had insur says it pays to Quite a number of men ami teams went through this vicinity en route to for White has house well under way on his home stejul lookcI quite sick until White got the then it Florae is ixxrovftring from his was seen in the hayfiuld taking his 1 hiy was fine in this part of the country i his year compared to what it wns a year and two years Wyniari has his Rranary ready for his also giain rcady for a Williams nnl Ilnnn took a j ob cutting forty acres of winter wheat across Peterson came last week for a few days to help loreis quite a little doing in bur livtle place of business for we hnvc awl in lusincss men and wonwn of all kinds if the steel rails arc ever laid in or on this side of the Ulack Spring Ritlgc just see if will not grow just as as good as our good winter The plans of the oew school were Hoard intends to per fect get tho debentures sanct ioned and us soon as it is profitable to do sell find erect the Harold Long resigned his posi tion as principal of the Westminster The Hoard deckletl jjdver tisc in the JlolKi for a Under DICK P SUTTON presents TheGILLETTES whoare supiortcl a strong including the popular MISS IRENE NORTH THREE NIGHTS 2 THE PUBLIC SQUARE THREE PLAYS we forgive her honor of a Popular Band and Orches Street parade 1J KALTIIY six tiniest a Eustace LAMAN OMEDY For Ome eommcncinf 2nd Under on Public NEW PLAY EACH NIGHT 1A Pair of Country Kids Ut Okotoks has nefoavod pro vkling for the orcetion of a town hall anxl for grading of the you want in this beautiful world to Ami bo beautiful while VOUTXJ irv Vou must your breathing by night and day Six deep breaths to the f Vou must veigh your meals in ascalc thats I And pudding must no j Domi oft the Farm Vou must kxp account of he food you And uumlwr of times you chew T1TK KTERXAL Smart To within ones salary Ts one cin doubt Rut theres no doubt twere still To try to live without it all Specialty people bet wee a acts ADMISSION 50c aiui Plan Higinbslhtnrs Drue Every nigkt for a ;