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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 25, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, IMI, Dtfly Herokl Printed by the Daily Herald Printing Co., Ltd., every lawful evening at office, Rgund St., Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada. W; A. BUCHANAN, Managing Di- rector ind Editor. CENTRALIZATION OF POWER The loader of the Opposition iu se- veral debates 'this session made cop- ious and mistaken usu the phruse "ceuiruliitatibn of The phraso ujjputvjitly a tyranny over his imagination. -LusV Friday. JKJ Subscription Daily, oiie year, delivered Daily, six uionth, delivered, Daily, three mouths, delivered.. it f Daily, ouev month, delivered Daily, one year, by mail Daily, six: months, by mail Dirlly, three months, by mail ".Yeekly one year saw iiiAlie oi-tlit tipn Ac'U what in his words he "A: tremendous ceiitrtilizu- tjon of Similar references (verb mude on the bill respect Inj? telephones ami telegrupbs. As y, rhultei' o: fact the leader of Opposition is the exponent in the House1 of the worst form of cen of pouer. lie is in 2.00 1.00 .35 3.M 1.75 industry ufld I means of'coiiirtiisMOus. of acquiring; every public utility and Ho- them That is sired; but both new and old-address raust be given. Subscribers will please remit wouUi auuisii by he of Uic ministers and substitute a bureau with of oilidals indirectly responsible at order which should be giveu-for a term. Remit by Express Order, P.O. Order, and Hank Money Order. Orders may be sent direct or through any-newsdealer. Address commun- ications to THE LETHBRIDGE Southern Alberta Farmers of This District Tell Tale of Fortunes Made in Grain Growing Last best to the popular will. Bureau- cracy has no jmrt in the political systems of. .English: communities. On the other hand the dtwrtriuc of dtsvct ministerial responsibility is..the car- dinal principle of constitutional go- I vernment in every free-Knglish state, .substiiution of commissions of HERALD, Lethbridge; Alberta, Ca- ;-uada. If our friends'who favor us with man- uscript, for, publication wish to this character from it. deliberative, have rejected articles returned they j legislative body to a mere nominal-j must in all cases send stamps (or jng council of the nation and strips that purpose. TO SUBSCRIBERS. Subscribers who Ml to receive the that the members of Dailr Herald will please notify the business, office, by photic or other- a commission would be of a higher it of its most ancient privileges. The leader of the Opposition would As everyone1 knows, the harvest in Southern Alberta in 1907 was the in nil Western Canada. This statement has been made time and again, but the Heriihl, ilesirous of. bringing" before the public some' of the remarkable instances of the suc- cess of farmers in this district hist year, lias secured the following let- ters, which speak for themselves. They tell the tale of prosperity amongst the men who up agriculture in this section of the Pro- vince, and if any'other part of Can- da or the United States can beat he record, we would, like to hear from t. wise, at the possible' mo- merit, so that "prompt delivery may be ensured. To "ensure change of contract adver- in the Daily Herald, copy be sent in not later than G o'clock p. m. of the evening before publication. Transient display ad- vertisements will be received up to 10 o'clock a. m. of the day of pub- lication, and want advertisements lip to 2.00 p. m. ADVERTISING RATES j Want cent, a] each insertion. No advertise- ment for less than 25c. Six cors- secutive insertions for price of tour, i letters, abbreviations, and "c" marks, each figure and words count as full words. When! replies .are to be forwarded send moral calibre than any minister cho- sen by the people of an electoral dis- trict and enjoying the conlldeuce of parliament.! After all the supreme ron.sideraiiou is, the imin entrusted with power. The character and per- sonnel of governments and adminis- trations has in every age been oi greater moment than the political systems under which the public ser- vice" was conducted. Lethbridge-has at least twenty-five graduates of whom five, registered as members of .the 'first convocation of Alberta University, three lawyers, one doctor, and one teacher to rep- resent the graduates of Lethbridge are these among 50 many lOc. extra to cover postage. Terms cash. Births, Marriages, and cents every insertion. Contract Display Advertisements-- j Rate canl at "Daily Herald" Of- fiee: Raymond is on the right trail, cents per count line; dis- j it is asking the town council count to regular advertisers. there ior S50o Lv Subject to advertise-' meats subject to approval of Coaldale, Alia., Nov. 19; -JS07. 1 n reply to a letter issued on he 15 th 1 beg to say that we lad this year 349 acres of grain con- sisting of I'J7 acres of spring wheat acres of oats. The average yield of wheat was 33 bushels per fere; oats'74 bushels. 'We were offer- ?d per bushel for wheat and 5( cents jwr bushel for oati-making the icre value of the .two crops ml: respectively aUo had 50 ton? of'hay wortl per ton and 500 bushels of po tatoes worth 60 cts. per bushel the latter o5 2 1-2 acres of ground. best ..yields this year, were 10 crei of wheat making 41 bus. pe Jagement.of "Daily Herald." DAILY HERALD NEWS AND OF- FICE 6. D. Editor. JOHN TORRANGET'Canvasser, Col- '..lector and Assistant' Business Man- ager. MISS GRIMM, Accountant. Cannon has burst into the Presiden tlal field and Tuft and-Hughes hi to L ITie 'addresses of the presidents the Hoards of Trmie at'prince Albert (and of great.value, j hoy the year in all -Js partmersts of commerce in their com JOB DEPARTMENT. iimnities. The statistics tell of f The-Herald Job -Department is the'growth of each city. equipped in Alberta, j. -All classes of'" work handled sxpe- ticks ditiously and satisfactorily. Walter Jordan, Manager of the Job Depart-jth? barracks, merit. Telephone "ow.saw.wood a PEOPLE TO BE REPRESENTED 'The leader of the Opposition iti the Alberta Legislature made attempt at au alleged effort tir -The Htgiribotminis seem" to have cinch oiiithe drug bHsiucss and post- master's can TjoasUof. a-s many druggists as the Hig'mbo- Ulam antl we find ilruggisl Hig- inbothum being: appointed post mas- i. icre at per bushel would be 47 acres of oats yield hig 95 bushels per" acre..were sold fo 30 cents per bushel, proceeds, per acre. 1 might add that .50 acre F our oats were "stubbled in." spring of. 1906 we hicec about 300 acres broken by steam plough. inf. Mid harvested 35 acres oi grain last year, did the remainder of our breaking, worked up the ground and seeded this year's 2iitire crop, put in 7 acres of alfalfa and. five acres of garden, po- tatoes, trees, etc., all with one four horse team. During "harvest we hired other teams but aside from this and part of the break- ing the one team did the. work of. raising bushels of grain ..-worth, We are farming on irrigable land and this year about 300 acres of .our crop was irrigated. It is our intention to work the larger part of our land into root and forage crops as soon as sod is thoroughly rotted as we believe they than grain crops. Yours truly, W. H. PAWSOS, Jr. 'he value, tojaie per acre was, wheat 19.00 and per acre. The ahuj to me last year was, wheat ud oais per acre. ugliest price obtained by me this car or offered-me for my grain was vheat 82 cents" a bushel and onts hundred. I also had 100 tons f hay Worth 112.00 per ton. slay my wheat was all 'olumeerv this'year. Lots, of wheat tround here is averaging 50 and 60 nishels 'acre on summer fallow and new breaking, when the breaking done early in the spring. Believe me, sir, Yours faithfully, 'JB. BRADSHAW. Lethbridge, Alta., Nov. -25, 1907. In reply to. a letter issuecK to me on the 15th inst., I beg to say that I came to 'Lethbridge from Souris, North Dakotn, in April, having purchased 900 acres of land in this district (lajt Jail. I had 128 acres of Alberta Red Winter wheat which .was put in on" breaking in the fall of 1906 which yielded forty-one and a half bushels to." the acre for which I re- ceived 87 1-2 cents per bushel, which paid me 136.30 pei acre. I had 190 acres, "stubbled that is disced in on the stubble, which yielded me 22 bushels to, the acre at 87 1-2 cents per bushel, which paid me per acre. I also had 35ti acres of strictly volunteer crop which it was intended to prepare Jn the summer but when seen that it was a good looking crop it-was allowed to go. From this we threshed 15 bushels to the acre which paid, us at 87 1-2 cents per bushel, per acre. Our total crop yield- ed us bushels of first class wheat. Taking it as a whole I con- sider that I had a first class crop all through and taking into consid- eration the fact that part of the crop having been "stubbled in" and part strictly "voliiteer, >-hich was never touched.'at'all until the" binder was put into 1- consider 1 had a heavy crop and X might say that I TSTSS. in North Dakota five years and'I never grew as .heavy a crop during that time. This is the 25th'day of No- vember and my teams arc still ploughing and" taking the appearance of the weather, will be for some -time yet. Believe Yours faithfully, W.S. SHERD. I Jusf Received Choice Spy App es Oranges Lemons .-Cauliflowers Cabbage Parsnips Carrotsj Onions -k- Celery Tte Bentley Co. Ltd. f w i lid A few jiiice lots 40 ft.HtJ? HO' R. on Oiio lot .su'lHpientrfov" buildings site. Terms clown, balance p4ir uionih without juterost. PCCOCCCCCCCC? Alberta Realty Co up v DlilBtr] w PL ANG" MILL Spring Goods Coining Winter" stock to be sold much below cost.' C. A. COOKSLEY Old Bank of Montreal Building- LETHBRIDGE ALTA. I 4 Carpet aod NinAra Cleaning Co; Stove Pipes Cleaned Seti hstal dni 15 Cutliii! St. OUR ADVANTAGE OVER- U. Canada Never Likely to Have a Race Problem cure responsible government when hej ple Socialists' imvc" proposed to amend the: University unique bill into" the British Colum-] a "Act so "as to" allow the graduates, of the province -id elect alt fifteen thc Senate. ITie Act pro- bin which would make it uhlau-i'u) to bring into British Colum but any employee or domestic ser- vant, unless the em first ad- and ten 'yerlized in the British Columbia Ga- nppointed by. :tlie government. To al- jzctte slating the wages 'ho is willing low the graduates. oi whom there' V0 nnd the reason he wants the are fewer than four htmd rwl register- t ed, to have the control of the1 of. the Uniyprsity, which is supported rodent. has no Canadian pre- Government 'ownership of t.ele- phohcs is not reducing rates in Sp'ringi 22, 1907. vln reply to your letter issued to Halifax, X. S., Feb. R. Our Spring Goods Viave Just Arrived Stylish Suits AT RIGHT PRICES Cleaning and Pressing Promptly-AUemlod To A. Mutton Phone 265 irjfci '6fV Ofiici', YYrds and Factory: mm SHEETS Telephone 15'J Photo Parkin, Rhodes Scholar Trustee, "sail- ed Saturday, night for England. He addressed the Canadian Club Satur- day afternoon on "Canada and the United States on American Contin- ent." He said v.-e share thT 'continent on equal terms anU -each" must work out its clevelopaant independently-.. He referred to the fact, that Canada was looming largely hi the world's- -eye >9nd that in England- and every-, the empire he found people greatly interested in Canada and her IS, ON .THE, AiARKKT All Orders Slriolly 'iVtlwideil to Gash Must be Paid on Delivery Prop. The Leading Hotels of Hie City servce Headquarters Hotel Coaldaie on problems and looking 10 her as lead- I _ 3 llcoms Magrath.'vAlta., Nov. 27, 1907. In reply to a letter-issued to me on the 15th inst., I beg tot say that I had this year acres in crop, wheat, 4 .'acres'.of barley and 50. acres of oats. My av- erage yield of- oats to the acre-Vaa cr of the empire. The future of the! Dominion would best achieved by retaining connection with the mother-! land. _ i Canada with the United] States, lie said we had the advantoge L of British connection, of climate, j" wliich squeezed out southern races me on the 15th inst., I beg to say 38 bushels and wheat 39 Xbticc has been the doctors and nurses of t'hh't provi net j by the money of the whole Province would, hardly'be a system of rcspon- sible government. 3fr: Robertson cv- 'their telephones would'cost S501 idently torgets that other than qra-j (a vear instead ot ?iO. commencing :ciuotes can have an interest 'either tin ,1st. >To reason is Riven. ancial or otherwise in the university, j TORONTO UNIVERSITY Toronto, Ont., 'Feb. an-i that I had this year in siop; acres in "wheat, and oats. My average yield o? outs to the- acre was 30 and wheat 35 bushels; the value to me per acre.was: and oats The value to' me last'year was: Wheat S10.00 and oats The highest price paid to me this year or offered me for my grain was wheat, 82 cents and oats per hundred. Yours truly, W. L. THOMPSON, j lO. I'bn e and Stiitfcj coiuicctiou S? Dewier. Prop. Caterers tdUI Hotel and made for a hardy yirils race, pre-1 A Big Cut in. Oranges for 30 Days eluding alf possibility of a race prob-'A New 5ormjleta Stock Webb's lem which vexed the United States. Chocolates Just Opened He madje a strong plea far purity in j politics and for enlisting in the vices 'of state Jthc.bsst, men from colleges, declaring that were far 1 behind Great Britain in this respect, j Phone 211 J3ESTrSJ.50 DAY nOTJEL IN-.THE- SOUTH OOUXTBY .ithmt the four hundred can not be counted on 'to' represent" pub- lic t.hat.thc'go-- vernmeht is'electwl and [rj does represent the whole people. He j jor elect! ;Magrath, Alta., Nov. 20. j In reply to" a letter issued to me xr u nual report, of the governors of the f __ I on ._., Inta insl- to say that I ty'of'Toronto shows revenue} to' j had'this year-400 acres, in crop, 200 the -senate became of professional ties or of lo- 1 on the in wheat and 200 in oats. average yield of oats to the acre was .50'bushels and wheat 22 1-2. and barley 53 bushels. Tiie value to me per acre wheat oats barley The highest price me this .year or offered to me for my wheat 92 cents per oats per hundred and barley per'hundred. I also'of had 100 tons of hay worth in Bracondale, Ont. ton and 300 bushels of potatoes off L --_ .-_: 21-2 acres, which are worth per] hundred. I raised also 250 tons of sugar beet's worth 1-2 per ton off 25 acros. My oats did not yield very well but 40 the 50 acres was volunteer crop and three hundred acres of rny wheatr was.what we call volunteer, I seeded one-half bush- el to the acre jon last year stubble. T j threshed of wheat from j one field of 540 acres. My total crop was bushels: miv "sir, Yours faithfully, J. T. BKADSHAW. Columbia Kestaiarant Open Day and Night Fred C. Miller, a well known j florist, and for many years prominent! figure in municipal and business rifc Cigs of York township, died today at his Meal Ticito thc'pnblic. tlvy hold the government but, if oil were eiccrcd by the graduates, the taxpayer have no resource ex- cept a' chance of influencing the gradr uat.es. the method adopted by the Rovcrnmcnt all interests and classes of people can be represented r iiGubtleSS will mane with that object in TO DAY'S j MAGAZINE I i STAND .M I MJli I I I I I I I I f AS A WHEAT VGROWINQ CENTRE COMMENTED UPON BY A 'B. C. MILLER March Bohemian March Grand March Smart Set March Brozdway March Ainsite March Wide World March Scrap Book March Argosy- March All Story March Railroad Man Marpch Live Wire March Pearson's .March Popular PV V. JIoJTatt who owns a large ficur inillnt Mnderby ,in the Okana- }gan district.-H. L'.. is in. the city to- day. It be remenilxircd that i Mr. 3lrjffatL built the elevator .hero Y I in 1001. Jn conversation with him this morning he expressed himself as well pleased with the results t'of his venture .in" building the cleva- '.tor. Tn 1004 Mr. Moffsitt made a trip through AVostcm Canada with a to selecting a. point at which to j build nn elevator to in part Mipply Shis'miMs Jn B. C. with wheat: After i visiting' the different towns along the j 4 F II and alt it lacked "was a market. Durinif tlio first year after thc ele- vator nas built only a few bushels I ttere received hut last year results; were ifore bwn year in tw-u' months than was received altogether last year. Mr. MofTatt says that for milling! purposes the wheat icccived front) r.eUibridge elevator is uricxcelled. In his opinion thc blue stem variety be a good variety of wheat for-the farmers in this v5-j ciuity to Ti yields more flour! than 'the Allxsr'ta-Hcd nnd is miich superior to Lhe'ltluc SU-m grown- in Washington. the Cnuadian output though further from the m'ar- kot could successfully compete that produced'by thc Trtcific Coast states in the'Oriental market. No doubt, the enterprise, nerve', nml fore- sightcdntv? of i Copj- cf Stjiiahirc Kcst of Cvvls i ___ I-S. c! Owls. 159, u-ill I mert thp .first 'and third S.inJays of each month injv. of P. H-iIL "G: "STORKBYP- j C. ROSS TAIK, Junior Past Prcs The lOiierta fjailsey Is now offering :for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THE i Prldi' Of 2'.W. -oi Benefit Society MP.'J in th.- KuiJits MnH {Jrnl 'I l.tjni .tv in fh, niotiih jnt VfMti tf lir tlir-n Walter pp'AJvy. P rM T. stX- Box 57. t'rt-si 9-ly MARKET sigiitcdntv? of xvas a line as iftr oast as Utginn Mr. Mof- L..rtot f t S., n. f T great factor m jmrncmg thc larmcrs fatt came to While here i- v .111 this district to grow wheat, and many strongly advised him not'to and West ef VBtBiBtv Hi EAC Ws tertii af tk FROM Also a few Acre Lots East of Westminster Road, each not to j fts hore ns this was not o wheat producing district. However Mayor Henderson took thc opposite view and asked Moffutt to see 31. Uarford about the matter. Together they drove tho surrounding result ?rt two short jvnrs fame of the Ijcthbrklge vlistricr. as ft }j prorluring country is known; frtr and TERMS EASY Oiie-thinl one-ihini o montlis. balance 12 mouths. Interest 6 per cent, pvr annum Seventeen Chinaman avc forward- I t f I J I t H 1 t I I f I I I I for several nays and' as u [result Mr. Mon'att that 'this district could produce the wheat ed petitions to Aahdon for of faTnbling amonr their fellow counirymon in Winnipeg. ttcrti Ititq LETHBfilDGE 35 C. B. P. O. E. j I Meets 2nd nnd 4tU j'ueaday .f each I month at 8.15 p.m. I A. SHATUFAN, M. E. R. Secretary. No." 3__ i OF j STATIONARY ENGINEERS j Meet in the Labor Hall eve.y soc- and fourth in Uit j month. Employers re-iuirm? wrtificalcd en- j gineers, and crtgineeri out of employ- ment would do well to conr.nun'icato with us. ROKKRT NEVIN. Chu-f GEO. BRUCE, ;