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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 21, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta REAL ESTATE L I beg to announce that I hare opened an office in the LETHBRIDGE HOTEL BLOCK For the traoaaotion of a general iReai Estate and Insurance Business I am establtahing connections with eastern and western points, both in Canada and the United States. If yoa have anyrhing you wish to sell list it with me, it will �ost you nothing if T do not effect a sale. If yea wish to buy and I have not what you want, give me a ^ascription and I will find it for you. N. T. Macleod Fire ftad Life laturaaec. TO OWN TELEPHONES When ia need of � HEATH OR COOK STOVE Call and mc Our Stock and you arc urc of bciag atitficd : HicK (EL WaKely The Leading Tinners, Plumbers, Steam and Hot Water Fitters. Telephone 116. Alberta Government Ea^er to Protect People's Interests. Edmonton, Feb. 14.-WTiat is probably the most important Alberta houso this (tcmoon when ha staUxl the govcrnincnt's policy on the telephone question. Briefly, the government Is hot only going to go into* the long distance business on a huge scal� but it is going to supply all cities, towns, rural municipalities, and local improvement districts that want them with telephones gt the lowest possible price, the province undertaUng the InstallatioQ, opera-iion and maiutenanoo of the whole system all over Um province. The minister did not state any flg-ures, but private members announced tonight their belief tliat Albert* could supply farmers with phones at 910 to 912 a year and giv� long distance connootion for little mono than the cost of a postage stamp. The minister's sp�ech which was brought out in reply to a question by F. E. Walker as to what the i.govemment's policy was on the tele-Iphone question, was absolutely un-eciuivocating. Ue said in pert: "1 have looked at this nwttcr and every member of the govcmtnont has viewed it in the same light, that the introduction of the principle oi public ownership was the most important step yet taken. "The administration, believing it to bo in the Ijest interests of tha people of Alberta, is prepared totakb a stand for this principle." In turning to the Bell telephone, he said that it-^wos well known that it �-as a monopoly. The stock was badly watered. Various commissions had bean appointed to investigate, but So far nothing had been accom -pli&hed. The province, he said, was invaded by this monopoly under a charter granted by a Conservativio government at Ottawa, the most iniiuuitous piece of le^slution ever practiced on any people clalnung freedom, the most extraoixlinary charter in Xact ever gra�t�td by any parliament. Only recently the government at Ottawa appointed a commiission to enquire into the trouble ajt Toro�to and was poUt&ly infornVTd that the compan>- does not intend to be governed by the findings of the conunds-sion. The Alberta government, he said, believes that U it has any functions at all it is to protect tibe people from such monopolies. The opinion TALK ABOUT MORMONS 1i Hon. Frank Oliver Replies to an Attack Upon Them. Ottawa, Feb. 11.- Hon. Frank Oliver takps direct issue with Itev. I'rot. Kilpatrick, Knox College, Toronto, and with Ucv. Dr. Soitwrvillo, general agent of tho rresbj-tcrian church in Canada, in their attitude towards Hurnion immigration into Alljerta. At a nieoting ^n Bloor at. Piwbylcrian church. Toronto, Mr. KiltMtrick said: "The greatest grief in Allwria is Mormon settlement. 1 hose people are MurnKTns first knd Canadians afterwards. It is not mough to say that they grow goo>d crops, but do they grow good Canadians?" Dr. Somerville said: "The Mormon invasion is a sin to be laid at the dan^rous element in Canadian life, andnow hero and the mission board mot with such discouragement." These remarks having been drawn to his attention. Mr. Oliver said: "It does not seem to me that the remarks Quoted arc creditable to the understanding of the gentlenxm who made them, and I hope they are not a (air measure of the Christian spirit of the dmrcfa in which they ane to some extient leaders. Dr. Kil -Patrick is reported to hove said, �bhe greatest grief in Alberta was Mormon Settlement.' I have lived n>any years in Alberto and this is the first, time I have heard that Mormon settlements were a cause of grief. The r^ton no% occupied toy Mormons was unoccupibd until they come and, so far as we can see, it would have remained unoccupied for an interminable period had it not been for their knowledge of ^ke conditions in the ymtLid States and of moans by which these' conditions Could, be overcome or their disad - , vantages minimized. iW have giv-PeoP|e^ en an o)>ject lesson in agriculture in tha southwestern comer of the prairies of Canada whiph has increased the value of the whole semi-arid region of southern Alberta and southwestern Saskatchewan of from tvienty to thirty million acres. '�"Nor can anything be said against their citizenship. They are sober, orderly, law abiding and progressive. With the citizenship of the Mormons the government has all to do, with thair religion it has nothing to do. The churches, which exist for tfce purpose of dealing with matters of conscience, are quitc within thair rights in discussing the meritfl or demerits of religious views of menb-bers of their own or other churches. But they hove no right because they dis.i*m� Builders' Supplies of Every Description - Wholesale and Retail | Lumber Shingles Mouldings Building Paper Lime Tar Paper Doom Windowis Lath Cedar Fence Posts 5SSSS 1 Phone 23. Lethbridge, Alta. idea is preposterous and constttutes very grave slandzr upon the Can- DROVE PICK THKOUOH NOSE. (Frank Paper.) of the government is that the only way to regulate such a monopoly is misrepreaentation. t,o discredit ' them Turn Over a New Leaf for t|M easuing year and bavs tfaat old plumbing torn out and clean, haalthy, saaitary plumbing put through your house and avoid in-iKtlous iMseasps, fsvers and mnay of th* diseases that come from bad sanitation and plumbing. W� are read^ to undartake any work of this description, which ws do fa a ekill-ful and scieBtKle manner. C. W.GRAY Our Graaiteware It mad* in Canda by Oanatlittt workoien for Canadian QM. .W� cany a foil itock at especially low pricei. The Central Hardware Store ^ G. L. VROOMAN a� i If yon with drayiag or acTiag at any kiad done, uU on ai. We have the lancMt aad bpsk equipped eartage bvBinest in the eity, with thoroughly experienced men in charge. All work promptly attended te. . Hay and bate of the belt grade for laU. Coal delirered to all parte of the eity en short Botloe^ Wdem Warehoose & Truitfer Co., Ltd. to enter Into con^tition and ensure low rates and proper service. . "We desire," lie said, "to croatie means by which tlhj farmer will secure the business advantages, that will result from the introduction of a system of municipal telephones throughout Alberta. Last session l^islation was enacted that made lit possible for the people to operate their own systems, the province to supply the trunk lines. A line froiq Calgary to Band has b�cn buiH. The government has already contracted for wires and poles for all that could be built this year. Five hundrcdmiles letwean Lloydminster, Edmonton, and Calgary ore to bo bui,t at onoo "After a thorough invest ligation the government has arrived at a decision that in order to make a success of the Aienturo it will nc naccs -ajry to enlarge the scope and install and operate exchanges in all municipalities thai may not wish to own and operate their own ex-chcBj^es and. build their own rural lines. It is our aspiration to serve the people. It is a national policy, a new, progressive and inspiring departure in this country, and the gov-mment gives a clear, bold onunuia-tion that Allwrta is in the telephone business to stay and for tha public good." OS cltjjsensj or toy the same misrepresentation arouse religious prejudice to be turned to account In party politics." � MODES AND MANNERS 'FOR MEN Ihe Art of Being Well Dressed Studied Berforehand. is The e'rcat art of dressing for men isi that they shall,feel and look o/t homo in their clothes-tit ease in wihatevcr they wear. One may wear the finost materials, silk linctd and satin finish and still be outre if the materials are not in good form and appropriate to the man and the occasion. The art of being well dressed, whether a man or woman. Is to have.a pleasing en-semiblc. In all the Semi-Heady designs and fabrics 'the endeavor is to adhere to tiw conventions of good form and to tailor only suits and overcoats jwhich/ will meet with the approval of gan-tlemon who appreciate individual tone and expression. There are no loud or garish patterns in^the Seniii-roady Wardrobes. A. Southard asks you to see the silken Scmi-roady label on (ho inside of pockets of coats, trouBi>rs and o^'ercoats. Toronto, Feb. 15.-In a letter to the Globe, the Rev. T. B. Kilpatrick replies to the Hon. Frank Oliver on tht'Mornion questit n. He denies hav-*ing slandered the Mormons, hut says: "With regard to the Horxoon system. I believe it is worthy of con-demnotiort for two reasons; first, it maintains as a religious belief a principle-polygamy-which is held to be immoral by the overwhelming, majority of the people of the United Slates of America and of the Dominion of Canada, the application of which would be held as a crime under Canadian law. This religious toe-lief, togoilief with the duty of carry-, ing it out', when conditions mekie this possible, is taught in the Mormon text books and is preached in the Mormtm congregations. Mr. Oliver wisely states that tha government must not .impose religious tests But a religious system �ihich propagates an opinion whose logical and practical issue is crime, is a proper subject fdr government inspection. The pity is that any Canadian government should have given a welcome to any such system. Second. Mormonism is a politiical sys-^ tsm, 'imi>erlum ni imperio." Speaking of the plans and methods of the church in America, a Mormon bishop is reported to have said 'Our vote is solid and will remain so. It will be thrown where the mo�t good will be accomplished for tfau church. Then in sonkQ political crisis, the two political parties will bid tor our support. Wo will than hold the ba.1-| Words over a small matter led to an assault Tuesday, in which Robert Evans, formerly president of the miners union, was severely injured by being struck with a pick by Wm. Psctak. The trouble occurred at tha mouth of th: piain entry of the mane at the tintj of cb:inging shifts at 3 o'clock Tuesday afternoon. Evans was going on shift and Psetak comiing off. According to the statements of witnesses who were present, Psotak came out through the door near the ntouth of the entry a!�d left it open-Evans called to him to close it, using Very premptory language which Was empbasieed with an oath. Pwrtak resented the language and replied in kind, telling Evans to close the door himself, that it was his work. At that, Evans struck Psetak with his fist. Psetok who carried his pick in his hand, rushed at Evans and struck him in the face with ,tbe tool. The sharp point of the pick was driv ei^ entirely tJirougb Evan's nose. The msa standing hy interferred and stopped the fight or worse miigbt have happened. Evans was taken to the hospital where bis wound was drosscd by Dr. McKensie. His injury is not regarded as serious though he will likely he someu-hat disfigured. Psetak was arrested by Corporal Askey and released on bonds pending his hearing which is set /or today but may not be hold as Evans may not be able toappear ^lere is NOTHING SWEETER^ mmmm THAN SUGAR TheSwcetest is Knight's of Raymond It is a Western ^ product too-ex-#^* I tracted from the beet grown in the West. Yonr money Roes back to the soil when you buy Knight's of Raymond Srgar. 8old by all good grocers. If your grocer does not carry it, write and get trial sack direct FREE: A recipe for making New England Toffee. Mention your grocer's name and Dept 113, and write KNIGHrS SUGAR CO.. UNITED RAYMOND, ALTA. m CORPpRATIOHfS Alberta Gtvtriiincnt Not to be Un* lent with Monopolies. EMmonton, Feb. 10.-In the Legislature the premier gave, notice of the government bill respecting the tax -ing of land in araa�, lying outside of any organized school die^riot. The Ipurpoae of the bill is to provide machiitar>- for the taxation of corporation land including .the C.P.R. grant, where it baa heretofore been exempt. Tbe premier also gave notice of a bill to proviide tor the taxation of corporations which presumably is intonded to provtdie machinery for tbe taxation of telephoite companies, banks, insurance com -panics, etc. SITES FOlt CHURCH. ance of power and will dictate to the country.' What the Mormons hAve done in the States and th^ territories bordering on Utah they will do in Alberta. First dom^WBth of Opu� Ho�m. Pbone 63. . � ........... . I OHt�eottifliii#oiojt>�i��oio>poo>�oi� Croup can positivsly bs stopped In 30 minutes. No vomiting- nothing to aicksn or dlstrestf your child. A sweet, pleusant, and safe Syrup, called Dr. Shoop's Cr'otp Cure, does the work and does it ouickly. Dr, Shoop's Croup Cure is for Croup alone, remember. It does not claim to cure a dolen ailmmts. It's for Croup, that's all. Sold by J. I>. Hiciniwtluua ft 0*. "1,suspect the Hon. Fmnk Oliver's speech is a prool that they are doing it already. I object entirely to the block' system of settling the country, and of this system the Mormon a.:n.2 the lump again forming in my throat. I bathed ' freely with MINARD'S UNIMGNT, and saturating a cloth with the linlnKnt leH a'on all night. Next .moin'ag the swelling was rons snd I attributed the warding 00 of an attack'of Quinsy to the trs� use of MINARD'S LINIMENT. O. F. WORDSN. St. Jobs. X New Effects in | Cut Glass > Our recent importations in- > elude an assortment of Eng- # \ lish Rock Crystal, quite Z different from that her�-to-# for* shown. The Rrrstil Itself Is besTirr sad the enU most prominent in the assort- i * ment, some of which come \ I mounted in sterling silver, ( ' others plain. Vf. J. Armstrong { JEWELER ENORAVEB OPTICIAN, f Agent for BELL PIANOS 0���0����MOO����#i DO YOU WANT The BEST Typewriter ? Then buy a PHONE \79 when you need a CAB To go to tbe s*;ation or bring friends to your home. CARTING ALSO DONE. J. G. Wfesand Next door to Schweitzer's BAKERY. REDPATH STRBBt. LAT IN SOME MORE Coal Before another rash. When you have any Premier! II is the BEST. HERALD PTG. CO. AGENTS to do, give us a call. Korrison & Biion Phone-Office 180 Hons* 160 W. L. Thompson, of Spring Couleef The Manitoba Provincial elections has 2,500 acres planted with fall will be h^ld on March It. The Alberta government may purchase thu Fort ^vkatchewan phone system. ^ wheat. The late left an estate ions. N. Dyment of Barrie, Ont. ^|^^ ate valu?d at thivs w^iX- , ;