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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 8, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta SUBSCRIPTION: la Advance a year ADVERTISING: Moatti Per Inch nade on A basis approximating" in in the manulac- iure of butter and. patrons could be jonimitted to such enterprises .as ihey are in the case of, the creameries government would be conferring .4, boon on producers and consumers ilikc in furnishing expert help in pork curing at one or more stations. Such enterprises should ated y with a to local absorption after establishment "by local share- Solders and should not become an incumberance to the government. .Altogether the work of'the commis- sion has been good. The is largely educational and is of value- to _ j the producer. It is, undoubtedly: the (case- that with shipping' FINDINGS OF BEEF COMMISSION The of the Beel Commission the large shipper gets quick consider- ation and the smaller one is not so fortunate. If the small ;rievances they are for state, remedy: they will not remedy themselves. Ja the two trains a day running each way. though eoatpeUvd tu only opc.r- j to Alberta. As might 'be ex- doubtejlly a practical mou-ate one tram a ilay between. beVn published as far as it re- j regard to "buying of cattle there un: a and about the excellent settlers tell crops and the grand climate and the effect of these testimonials upon those who are look irijj Western Canada a place of investment should their attention on the as abridge district. .The. contains' a fine two page collection of scene in tho.Lcth- bridge and Warner "as well as cuts of A. K. Humphries. C. G. K, Xourse, H; J. 11. Skeith. otbor well known citizens. and THE SOUTH IS GROWING An announcement that indicates the growth of tJve southern part of the i province, is that, made C.F.R. j that -the travel on its south, twtvn Calgary aad is so heavy -that it will keep yOVIt WiLL Remember that your Executor should huve experience in the tliicharge ofsthe duties of this important office and a' thorough knowledge of the administration of eitatea. A Truat Company iheee and is especially oigftuized a! to act Executor under Make a will and tius Compnuy your executor. THE TRUSTS AND GUARANTEE COMPANY, LTD. (Head Office, Toronto) Capital and Kewrve, Public Administrator for Lethbridge Judicial District. f Adviaory Board for Alberta D. W. Manb, Eaq. P. Turner Bone, -William Pearce. Esq. 711 Firtt Street West (Alexander Corner) Ca'.gary. A. G. ROSS. Manager. the number of -sittings OUR POINT OF VIEW. China is introducing government opoly even, if, tlieiv is nut a combine. and Llie' "energy "with the in-i This will only _ be pursued, the- findings of! growth of packing-houses in ,-campe- the commission cover wide range subjects connected with meat in- .tition and hiMghteaing, of the- finish of our output as to make a larger tctcsta. The parC- relating toK the perleentage of it desirable stuff on beef much more volumin- j she English market. than the pan devoted to j a v atnH swine matters. It may be no- ticcd that- the feeding and marketing t receive- attention than the j breeding-: interests. With to j breeding, it is-perhaps the case that t the sentiment in favor or good blood j growing apace. The bull sales and fat stock at Calgary, together with vigorous institute and fair demonstrations under the; ampices of the Provincial Depart- j jazent of Agriculture, thavu had a good l educational effect, and it has not J UNFAIR FOR US No doubt the onslaught on the and Kdmonum Uuoitgh lack of pat- 'ownership of telephones. That coun- tronaffO. UV do do not wish to draw is more enlightened than some any line th.> Xorth and south people glve credit for. of tho C.I'. It. proves j Jos. 01- mjtycr of Toronto, Frank Oliver that Southern y moncon th. which in''Ed- I Xesbitt found out on not, Thought to just. how_fpnd Torr uorth. fs enjoyiug "of him. i uptiieul HUM to n. jjivater i !extent than the north. People The Olivers aro winners. are finding- that the opportunities for I j farming 'are tliaa" "the -Ol to U; iff or, V.'ni. Oliver, Chinese restaurants- in Letlthridge This vear's crop proves tluit- Home ex-mayor aiid ex-aldcrman of Leth.- was due to-an overflow" of Christ- are coming into this country Bridge. joy of the liquid sort. One j m greater numbers every year. They i of the sights-in the. tjli? opportunity for making, mo-! The Herald's circulation advanced Rambling Reveries BV A DKEAitER. at LethbriJjrf. where the Cninerie (ncy excellent and the delightful ch- j hy vU) yesterday, market gardens afford the awwflls to them' I the New Year, type of object of wbat irri-j The north will have a large; gation will do foi an otherwise bar- jiauou ren "VTe have a strong objection 1 A good i the south will possess just! Just as we predicted, Lethbridge is A HAPPY SEW YEAR The good old ilsdr, You have a happy year Who -wish it' for others In 'kindliness sincere. So face ths future bravely, Relieving in its best. And look with eyes of faith and hope For happiness and rest. Each 'year is, full of gladness For those uith handb 'to take Have in your home, tfore is opportunity today to have one at an unequalled priced You know dur reputation for -mighty reasonable prices. Well, we are breaking records on a shipment of Heinteman Pianos, arrived yester- {as in a very .short time. How- I getting a lot of unenviable notoriety j-fhe gilt. as.one of to deal with this as-' Deference ,to the unirrigated sections j rejoice to i of the question at any great j ot" tilis disu-ict as Jvincv grow! And "So as for Gods The- 'question of- transports- The of the Herald paragraph o tile j as loyal Allertans we shoidti, over that anti-Chinese riot. On the find all the pro-; front page- of the Vancouver World, and prospering. in scare headline across the top of ft cannot but be happy, j the page appears- the Since warmth and joy shall be IMU is a larger-one, and operates be- evidently been at Lethbridge j LETHBRIDGE PROSPECTS I "'Anti-Chinese'Eiot Occurs at- Leth- Wher? the home-light burn-, brightly. yond the sphere of the local authori- somebody tried to fill him up Bridge." It is a pity that tbe fellows ties and local producers, and with the t the that only O11 irrigated should in. a fen- years be who have injured our fair name could tocif haul we have from the prairies suecesbful farming as Edmonton ami Calgary j not be caught and And yet It-is important that the condition of I ed- K? a matter of fact, ani- We have natural loca.- we heard a citizen say yesterday that fa'cilities should be I are raised all through this dis- tion for a Arid, love is real aiid free. famasportatibn A in favor of a -weekly running at twenty miles an hour., -would be a j boon to the small" shipper if adopted, j Many matters ot detail" in relation" to the feeding of stock in transit arid j A better management stock yards J ild'have the same effect. The gov- To the west of! he did not think a jury could be se- trice on that has not been ir- us ure' the districts as j cured to convict thc men who as- 1 rigged. The greater part of the as ttle foothills-and the. thriving j saulted.theirChinamen.fi the Silver farm is unirrigated camps in A. Jonathan Hodgson, Esq. Vice-President I.-A C. F. Smith, Esq., Hugh A. Allan. Esq., Hays; Esq.; Alex. Barnet, gctlter with, an afndan t from b ftnd difetrict. does not appear _ wholly and the ..banca it removes the supcmsion of productivc the irri ted Canada were produced in the Leth-.trade tJiat fmds tlie capi- wfee. mdepeudent side authority. The twotftntion that the inspection is not] this tal now .ill be turned towards new Since Gueiph. Ont., started to op to th to the r I' "7 own electnc light plant its lareweirto. cities, one without a doubt J jout other A0, Rocky Mountains und another! Lnd nrt h T ill i of the days behind. The years pass but-they leave their treasure with us If our hands and "heart are open to ..'receive them, so as with one hand ke farewell'to. 1907, let us stretch viinuly Lethbridg-e -will not That is a splendid k idea of Earl ,ow properly done is scarcely GOVERNMENT OWNERSHIP OF f Grey'S the Plains .of Alv to condemn the The af- TELEPHONES jhm mount'ai J a national -rk. The fidavit of a shipper whose stuff is ir> j The of Teiephone' here and the boundary. or to the of inspection probahly be Co> sybtcm hy thc 3lanitoba to the C.P.R. main line or rn, worth less than a poor, inspeo .thac Ule East to Medicine Hat. It is tO this pbject- tioo. Tiie appointment of a j go QUt of in to bear these mind., It province Canada, in fact the announcement 'is j Pa-v- 'Lt> [already'macJf; that the company are _ ,i j a national I bridge Caiiadian Club ought to TCa'-ce up if. for no other reason than.to" con iy day be a royal procession To -hig-h-born purpose and stead- fast aim. And hour in progres- sion .Hake life mora worthy than when it came. stock. commissioner for deserves endofsation, if the right I roan, could he secured. Such a auuift would however have been of nejrotia tiny the 3ale of their proper- I tics, in .Alberta and In the east hockey players find the i weather so cold that. they., feel like wearing- fur-lined sweaters. here ADOPT PROMOTION SYSTEM; playcrs hsve ot. tnese proymc-; summer" cosciune in ordor to be com- itse in tne past than hz winii_ t, .01 the future as the number of small! A. despatch stale's, .Rc--fj' 1 Igt-rs, a. TwH known manufacturer, is ;n tne haopv position! 1 Jike-lj- to, be apoomteti (.nat, it as manv miles A Lit. 4 ioronto. 3Cr. Rogers mav be a verv sorrnon the telephone system as tha Co. and f f fireds. become estimable man, but why should ih, t-ent; financial stringency-'was IvS 10 be held up by t for 5 -shipper-producers becomes less and j '-.fiic 'cattle" "properties are to Quite a difference; isn't -it? One ,01" our local clergymen, in .a In theory, the exchange of New Year calls and Christmas g fts is time when kindly .feelings and univer- maniftstation of regard in the ex- change calls and: It. as the.'''friendship expressed" ih the act that is valued. The cause and not the effect occasions the pleasure. All look forward to ;the happy holiday estimable man government, leave-the staff of the ing in disguise. Some'people n'tay Toronto post office and select it that way but if -the tight- times when each is gladdened, and, in Ihout 'eY-i.ness of money will bury-the crazo for illrn, makes othci-s glad by tokens of former post-j speculation for all time to ;nonesrt regard was ap- j come, it will lye one of and friendly feeling. world fairly beams .with good of production i east to Lethbridg-a and south to Card and the local exchanges. On (pointed -to -the position" by Sir Jolin best "things that ever knowledge ..commission are rightly ot the com- j 'account of the strong- foothold of ic ioo that the government might has- (government system in the province at, tea over the the present time the Bell people can- stage between ranching and demand an exorbitant price ,with 'though he lacked all to Western Canada. V.'itn of postal matters but'many of us the aim was to buy iq. the Liberals I estate no matter where it, should lollow suit. .ahgv'-Br instituting feeding expen- j any expectation of securing it. Mr. with range cattle under suit- Cushin.cr, the ..Minister of Public The promotion system should be adopted in .the ci- vil service. As it is now, men who be, in- order to turn over a few tie lars. A lat of us were caught at the drop of the market and are now try- conditions midway between Works, knows that he- holds the Ifiose of file.cr-sheltered range hand and that he can make- the close stall. Though the experi- the people to reasoas.blu jaent would' be of a simyle sort and i terms. not end in. the determining of j is the pioneer in anything that could not be determin- j meat ownership of telephones, ed. by any.' cattle- it would jtoba. being second in the race. {enter -the governmenr. service, cannot to look cheerful.x.-Had we invest- promotion. The jobs Jiigher! cd the money in legitimate business up go to party stalwarts. There are would! today much happier and (exceptions and three Instances are to be found in this city, the promotion of J. W. Ufartfn to be inspector of Dominion Ounces, John Kenny hope for the souls being clouded over possible sorrows and actual pain; joys for comrades, and mends, and lover The year Is bring them all again. E, P. Hebden .Geneml Tile 119 brauches agencies distributed tbtougtout Canada. Newark Agency, 63 and 65 Wall St. BATINGS-BASK ICOofetS inrited, aid special atten- tion tgpaid to small deposits. .Interest at 3. per cent per annum, compounded four times a year. IMts; Money Orders and Letters of Credit, payable in any LETHBBIDGE BBAXCH W. Maoafer empBraiy ce, ver Block (ilpstairs) For Quick Sale LU 1 Terms 3 lots oh Glyn Street, close in, Terms to I' D. at gpod" effect by example and Alberta had not so aggressn'c- j ca The enconr-; in its. policy, tho J3cll would not have of customs, and F. of feeding enterprises is-so quickly ix'alizcd the growth of the partly desirable in view of the fact government ownership and Man- tliat so much of our stuff is nnfinish-j itoba would, have much rnoi-e difflcul- and that we have the glut of j ty in making a bargain. Imtcher's stuff always with us. The t_____________ jtut of light cattle can only be re-1 by raising a larger proportion j our cow products to export value. WHAT IT MEANS The decision of tv.-o of the largest The recommendation for the estab- j manufaot-uring concerns on JRshment of feeding enterprises is the continent to erect distributing still more in point with respect to warenouses liero is significant. It mutton. Consumers in Alberta tnilt- n andC our owh'shft'ep are being drawn i sales of implements are recogniz- ntlo feed lots outside the Province Jt also that to; such places as Moose Jaw and considered tlie best distributing point for the largo district along the line of the Crow's Xcst Pass railway and i.s an indication that the great Arthur. TMs is an economic waste and the office ,of the govern- tocnt is to prevent it. The rccom- 'kiendation to introduce breeding atoct for- sale at points through the jsrorince is intended to encourage ;ilic establishment of farm flocks as range output .declines. The op- fwrtuniiy of getting good stock would sheep ketoprng. The importation of thousands tons pork annually has taken account -of by the commission and they recommend the of a packery in the o-J the-1 Protiiicer If the prc- ship at Lethbridge. Recognition of true merit and ability in -that way is-encouraging and should general- ly adopted. It would bring better men into the service. As it is now there is very little for the. average official to look forward, to. wearing a few more smiles. Tlie. pity of is that it is hitting the men who are willing to invest our money in sound ventures, such as new cannot, throw our whole energies In starting out'upon the journey of a new year an excellent maxim Is to anything into which A young man was asked the other day if he was tired. "Xo." he re- plied, "why should a young fellow like me be tired." And why should he? Surely he to be able to do the day's if he observes the rules" of if he gets good. work health, is bound to lie this citv. PUBLICITY FOR LETHBRIDGE On occasions the Herald away from evil habits and glories in his labor. The tired young man is he who j wastes the hours after work. Tr. js i he who. sloops libtle and carouses much. That is the fellow who is buildings and new industries. Some of the mines of the Pass arc closing- because there is no demand for coal. The cutting off of many trains by the C.P.R. means a less de- mand for coal for locomotives. The mild weather is also _ cutting down the demand. About the only people who delight, over a winter like that of a year ago, are thc coal operators. Somebody' in Battleford evidently wanted to warm things up and so put the town on fire. A sinner of that ilk will be punished in the hottest place ye.t written about, Battleford. will.be nothing to it. harnessed with the very best of our I endeavors. Perseverance- is essential [to. success, since it is often achieved only through a succession of failures in spite of our best efforts, failures are in store for the -majority of the race. It remains, then, for. us all to do the best'-we all circum- stances, bearing in mind that races are not always won by the swiftest feet nor triumph'in battle secured by the strongest''arms. It is not so much the possession of swiftness or strength as'-it is the right applica- tion of them by which success is in- sured. A tickling cough, from any cause, is quickly stopped Dr.. Shoop's. Cough Cure. And it is -so" thorough- ly harmless and safe, that Dr. Shoop rubbing his eyes and yawning during working hojurs. has made -the remark that the 0. W. j (ionic more towards giv ing publicity to this district than any other concern. bettor proof of thc Tact, could be found than the last number of the bright, well-print- ed and liberally illustrated little pub lication, ''Kcrr's Land Doin's." From covor to cover it is ono COM- {or market could be jtinual boost for Southern Alberto all (Raymond Rustlor.) It will be pleasant news for classes to know thkt Dr. Rivers has already completed the necessary ar- rangements to fill Dr. Rollin's place with another partner, who will, ar- rive nex t -vcw Us rn others t.o it without hesitation, even to young babies. The wholesome green leaves and tender stems of a lung-healing The youth who starts out in life with an earnest determination 'to' be honest, upright, faithful to all punctual, attentive, and above all, God-fearing, has of abuncla.nt success. Though he bo without money, or wealthy friends, "he will be sv.rs to 2.H that he most d'esires ami make a success of life. Start todav. C, B, Bowman Agency ALTA. f mountainous shrub, furnish the cura- tive to Dr. Cure. It calms, the cough and heals the sore and sensitive bronchial mem- branes. No' opium, no chloroform, nothing harsh, used to injure or-sup- press. Simply a resinous plant ex- tract, that "helps to heal aching lungs. The Spaniards call this'shrub which the Doctor uses; "The Sacred Herb." Always demand Dr. Shoop's Cough Cure. The Quality Ques- tion in Groceries Price is a consideration in buying Groceries, a serious one too, but should come second to quality. Our stock is rapidly turned over, NEW BRAND OF TEA, (Cranbrook Herald.) A. L. McDcrnspt gave his usual af- ternoon tea party on the afternoon ;of Christmas Eve to the members of the Herald staff. The particular brand of tea that Mr. McDermot serves'on' these occasions comes from the south of France and is made by a man whose name is world-famed. "MummV the word. New Olives, Anchovy Essences, Tabasco Ketchup, Bouiiion, for the Holiday Trade Hudson ;