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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 4, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta tETHBRIME HERALD MINTING CO., ttO. % D. AUSTIN, B4H* art Msiafsr. JORDAN, Shftt �f M Dts*rUwgt| SUBSCRIPTION: itn Advsmoa #1.80 a y��r OthtrwiM ta.OO * ymt ADVERTISING. Mr Month tl.00 Per Inch I OUR POINT IF VIEW Raymond wilt lose a good citlaen by thc removal of M. S. Martin manager of the Bank of Montreal, to Medicine Hat. Mr. Martin has been OM of the foremost men in every movement (or the advancement of tba Sugar Beet Metropolis and as is the case of A. E. Moore ami K. H. McDuffoe the Ilay mood Ilea will not fully r allze their loss until Mr. Mar tin ha* been away a few months. His tjsthbridge friends will tender Mr Martin congratulation!) on his pro motion to the managership of the new branch of the bank at Medicine Hat. Senator Tom Davis of Prince Albert, announces that the Dominion Government proposes to establish a telegraph system that will cover the entire Dominion. No better move could be taken. At present the west is almost wholly at the mercy of one service and the sooner we have competition, and that from a government Hue, the better. Judging from the reports that are coning m from the surrounding dls trlets, there should be a great number of entries for the Agricultural Society's awards for fields of standing grain. them is the question respecting our system of taxation bo aa to make it bear most heavily on the Mm In: the other is the ques-those most capable of supporting tion of utilising the general re  sources of the nation in the way that will he of most benefit to the nation ns a whole. In utilizing and conserving the natural resources of the notion, the one consideration more essential than any other is regard for the fu -tunc. Hitherto ns a nation we havo tended to live with nn eye single to the pivsent and have perntirtted the reckless waste nnd destruction of much of our natural wealth. The conservation of our natural resources and their proper use constitute the full problem which underlies every problem of our national life. Unless we maintain an adequate, material basis for our civilization we cannot maintain the institutions in which we take so great pride and to waste and destroy our national .resources means to undermine this material basis. lCven such questions as the regulation of railroad rates and the control of corporations are in reality subsidiary to tho primul problems of the preservation of interests of the whole people of the resources that nature has given us. If we fall to solve the problem no ski 1,1 in solving the others will In the end avail us greatly. "All who have studied tho subject carefully have come to see that the solution of the public lands question lies with the home looker, with the settlor txtoo lives on his land, nnd that government control of the mineral, fuels and the public grating lands is necessary nnd inevitable. "New ns to the matter of taxation. Most great civilized countries havo an Income tax and an inheritance tax. In my judgment both should he part of our system of taxation. servntlvc Prnmter of Ontario. That la small pun to politics of tho craziest kind.  K. L. Borden, Conservative leader, says he is much cheered with the political situation in Ontario. He must not forget however, that On  tarlo Is only u part of .Canada. In Germany It is suM that |mpor is made from cornstalks. In Amer  ten, If one |�ys attention to the number of pi|�e dreams dished up to the renders, paivrs are nmdo from corn cobs. Better Fire Protection. The city lathers mot for del (torn  lion iri the council chamber on Tuesday night. The Mayor and Aid. Oliver, Watson, Macbeth, Vroomnn, Cunningham nnd Bowman were pros> ent. Hon. W. S. Fielding has Iwn t ly-flvp years in the public life of Canada. It will ho n good thing tor the country If we are henetVttvd by his services for another quarter of a century. Ho is one of the ablest public men tho Dominion ever produced and that his native province. Nova Scotia, thinks well of him is evidenced by the solid phlanx of supporters it semis with him to Ottawa. Tho millers at Reliance are opposed to a I'tiion. They evidently rely n good deal on the fairness of Mr. Aubin. We'll bet If Br. HprouK> was Rome he would ho tickled to death to have the opportunity of cnlllng on the I�o|h\ When .1. IV Whitney gets through appointing two hundred lawyers K. C.'s in Ontario, the fellows without this rank will form the most exclusive set in Ontario legal circles. Dr. Sproule will now arise ami appeal to his Homnn Catholic follow rKizcns to oppose Sir Wilfrid lxiur-ier because he called on the Pnomior of France who is nn opponent of the Church. 1/ it is wring in the eyes of an Orangeman for tho Canadian The minutes of tho meeting of .lune IT'lh ami od s|h>cial meeting of June 25th weiv road nnd approved. The report of the Court of Revision was rend. Tho resignation of Geo. Bruce, firo engineer to lake effect July Mist was read nnd accepted. ,1. I>. lliginlmthnm appeared Ijefore the council regarding tho removal of the old post office. The old building is to !>e torn to pieces! 'IVn days' time was given Mr. lliglnbothum for tho removal of tho building. A coumiun lea tion from the Olds Council was road asking for co-oper-at Ion of municipalities in testing the ens*' of the C.IMt. closing streets against the wishes of the municipalities Tho Council suggested that the matter bo referred to the AHvrto I'nion of municipalities (or action. Tho call to the first Western Canadian Irrigation Convention to be held In Cnlgnry on .Inly 17th was in'rend. The Mayor and A hi. Macbeth over to avoid flooding by high Water ns happened a few days ago nndthat they be built up and covered and lined with cement later. Aid. Oliver explained that the wells had not been completed before localise of the expenditure necossnry to extend the well system out toward the river. The engineer Is asked to estimate on the cost of building up the wells. The report that Duff's Ixike ho dtaln-ed ami that the city bear halt the cost provided the Buff estate boro the other half was adopted. The following accounts were ordered paid: Cunningham Lunrtjer  Co. Cunningham Lumber Co, were appointed delegates. Aid. Bow. Rogers $21.57. ' Rogers SH9.04. Nelson nnd Frnsor 90.25. .1. D. Illgtnbothnm A Co. $8.HO. tjcthhridgo F.loctric Co. $04.40. lethbridge. Motor Car Co. $2.50. A. It. & I. Co. Srt.fio. R. McDougnll *42.rt0. McKenzie and Roy $18.05. Ikitlley Co. HI.25. Neptune Meter Co. $55.00. lethbridge Iron Works $10.20. Herald Printing Co. $30.97. Ik-ntloy Co. $42.55. II. S. NWrowuy $2H.25. 10. Harding $:i8.75. C>. W. Robinson $5.40. Tho finance conunittco is to THE TRUSTS AND II1ARANTEE COMPANY, LTD. (Head Office, Toronto) Capital and Reserve, - 12,200,000. Authorized to net as- EXECUTOR, ADMINISTRATOR, GUARDIAN, TRUSTEE, ETC. Appointed by the Alberta Government aa Public Administrator for Lethbridge Judicial District. Advisory Board (or Albtrta : D. W. Marsh, Esq. P. Tumor Bone, Esq., William Pearce, Esq. 711 First Street West (Alexander Corner) Calgary. A. G. ROSS, Manager. make man and Oliver attentattes. The n report of the amounts to be voted delegates were authorized to ask the convention to hold their meeting in lethbridge. I'lte Council gave permission to the) upon by the people for .capital ex pendlturo.  '10. McKen/.ie .submitted three offers in settlement of his claim, against the 25.OO0 Club to,put up the Nut IteiM cty. He hud purchased lots that Carnival show on the north half of [were sold for taxes but was given no the public square and that a social deed. In the meantime the original owner sold the lots and gave title. principal weakness was at the scor- I more harmless thnn the most effect  ing end of the game. ivo defence piny, TccumttohH had the " best scoring home In the N.L.C. Inst Calgary has let out O'Donncll. year and they promise to repent this considered by many to be tho best year ami n large pnrt of their sue -player In the league, .lunsu nnd Jeess ;ls due to tho fact that they am Drodtgnn, two of their new men, thoroughly unselfish. They don't aire Rhine, the kid short-stop-pitcher and I wno puts the ball In so long as it lale.v, the much tooted pkcher. Fltl-'gets there. And It's not always the host player who scores, you know. Why Charlie Querrio hasn't scored a goal in a championship game this season nml everybody will admit It.i hits done nbout as much towards winning games as any one on the field. UorhnpN Shamrocks weiv the first to explode the idea that great play -crs should do nil the scoring. In the good old days when Hoobitv nnd Pad dy Hronnnu were in their prime, tho opposing defences paid nearly nil their attention to the two stars. ler is due to tnke another trip tolho American villugc corner-lots for play ers. The Lacrosse Club journeyed to Medicine Hat for the hoi Winy. The -.core canto as � surprise to many of their local'admirers, expeeUilly to those who did not know i.'f the ol of Intel'eeluul and resourceful men, but an acquaint ance with the representatives both parties send to Ottawa leads one to conclude that it is falling away from the position it formerly held. As a matter of fact if Sir Wilfrid desires to strengthen his cabinet in Ontario -and that should be his object- ho wlU have to make his selection from outside the House of Commons. Probably he will wait until after the next general elections before hemakes an appointment, .hoping that some able men will be elected. Of the present members in tho In the sporting column of last week's Herald was published an editorial from the Calgary A|  bortan on hotting that deserves the careful reading of every fruc sport us well ns of those Interested In the moral welfare of the jieople. The lietting feature has ruined many good sports. Horse racing, the sport of Kings, has been put to the Isid through excessive hotting. One writer in a sporting journal recently said that the betting on horse races was making the sport so unclean and crooked and bringing it into such disrepute that it would not be long before the list of States forbidding horsc-rncing would include every stale but New York and Kentucky. Tho same may l>o applied to boxing. The "mnnly nrt of self-defence" has been dragged In the muck by the unmanly crnduct of its defenders. And there is nothing that will kill baseball faster than betting. When a man bets against his home team, his sympathy and efforts are with his money. If his bets urelarge enough it u.ill make it worth his Aid. Bowman offered a $25 prize for the. best design of n eotit-oi-ewsjBB In vknv of AM. Bowman's offer of  Premier to call on the Pope itshould tm> secretary-treasurer was I* Just as wrong in tho eyes of a |nhthorUod to advertise the giving of Homnn Catholic for him to make a the prizo for thc N,sl ,k.siKll o( , call on the man who has abused th> ]cnat.of.arins for lho cilv. Ald. ,ow. Church in France. \mnn WU8 lhanked for his offer. Somobodv suggests Mackenzie King j T1>� Council grnnUM the request of � the strike breaker, for a sent in the |th�* ci*.v Steam Uiundry for free Ottawa Cabinet. We believe King w*�"" ,,ur.'n8 the pleasure of the ; would make good. He has brains | nuwil- T,K' ('�' **M for trw wft" 'ami seems to be in touch with tho,ter um" thc laundry was placed on The trouble I"1**"1**" tiasls. The Alilermen spoke  i ., mmi, tt,n Skxjith got the better eopl/ with most of Ontario's cabinet representatives is that they am out of touch with the views of the |�eople � The World -off SpcrL 1 J put up n whale of n game through - j in close to tba not. Then the two out, duplicated the trick. During .mighty men would Itenr dewn on the thc balance of the time, the Conl net like nn army with banners. When Heavers bombarded the (ins Btovvrs the rush to stop them wns on, the goal but shots went wide, hit the list 11 would Iw slipped to little .lim-posts cr the giKil-koepor, in fact, did jinie and from him Into the net. This everything but what wns desired, so went on for nearly a whole season, before the other fallows tumbled. - Toronto Telegram. that the score remnined a. tie, two all. The grounds wore very poor and both teams wore very tired before the game was over. The dirt and roughness made the gume slow, al -though nt times it was fast in spite of the difficulties. they arc supposed to represent. f the way the Chinntt**! were hold ing up the city and granted the request of the Laundry Co, provided that the Laundry run to full capne- __ ity. Thc names of the streets are to be | The reports of the Tire, Water nnd inlaid in cc-lored cement at nil the j Light Committee and of Chief Fow-corners In the new cement sidewulks. jk*r were rend. Aid. Curminghnm This will bring to a conclusion the |dre� attention to the fact that im-dlscusslou as to the miming of tho mediate action wns noc-ssnry. ami In streets. If tho s>steni is to be chnn- [doing so remarked thnt if a fire oc A baseball match during which there were reputed to havo Iwon five successful plays pulled off took place on PrMay evening between thc l)Cnn enters nt Mrs. Wols ley's boarding-h( use and the sU-ak-chewers from Mrs. Devine's. Tho scons was KS to 17 in (�vor of the latter tenm. , Strathcona defeated Culgary in a league lacrosse game on Monday by n score of �l-1. The play is not in- Icouragiug selfishness in home players dicatcd by the score ns Calgary's Inns selfishness will render a home CNSIOLKISH LACROSSE. Sporting writers who give toomuch prominence to the man who scores niv hurting rather than helping the game. In other words they are en- DKAD INDIAN POUND. Word was brought to thc city on Sunday of the finding of the body ' of an Indian near the Belly River biohh cf Grassy Lake. Three of the It.N.W.M.P. including Detective-Sargent Kgan went to the scene and confirmed the news.- As there was no evidence of foul play, the coroner wns not called. Thc body was bur -led where it wns fcund. It is bo -lievod to lie the body of n Blood In-diun thut was drowned nt St. Marys n few weeks ngo. house from Ontario the names of A. while to buy thc players to threw Campbell, W. S. Culvert. S|s.iiker j games. Fortunately, in thia city. Sutherland. Hugh Oilhrie uud (") | very few ure t>etting against thc local D. Grunt have l�vn moniionnd as: team but if such a practice is start- tcctM and they would not fit in with the ideals of the average Ontario Liberal. 'A Tironto Methodist Minister hus accepted a job as gaoler. lie will not be compelled to bring conviction to hia new congregation. They have it in large and small dosea already. The Calgary Albertan says the days of the lumber combine ure numbered. It Is to be hoped thc number is "93 skldoo" for H^, Hon. Geo. F,. Foster hat, been re nominated by North Toronto Con tervatives but that is mighty fur from saying that aa has been rje elected. ged and u system of numliering t�e adopted, it should lie don*; before these walks nrc laid with lite old nank's liistrilxHl theivon. The Dominion of Cannda was forty years old on Monday. Fnt, fair and forty. Papers and mugnr.inos throughout the length and breadth of Canada have been writing voluminously on the great progress of Canada during the past forty years since the Dominion was fc rmod of tho four scat -tered provinces. During this |>criod The B. C. Saturday Sunset, the initial copy of which was received at this office this week, is another of those very excellent library no whimpers that are becoming so popular in Canada. Tho editor, Mr. McConnell, lately of the Toronto Sa'iurdayNight in his first number gives promise of editing a paper of high literary merit) while bright and clean as a newspaper. The B. C. Saturday Sunset is bound to havo tho success that such a paper deserves. Calgary ball team is duo here on Tuesday and Wednesday Aug. 6 and t, the first two days of the Fair But for Thursday, the third day, Lethbridge la booked for Medicine Hat. The monagoment should try to make an arrangement so as to have  game here an Thursday as Well- _ Borne days ago President Boose . velt addressed a'gathering of,editor* from all parts, of the United States on the great problem thai faced tho American ponplo. His address was a strong pronouncement nn tho remedy for tho evils that are burdening ' the nation. To a certain extent his words apply to Canada and will boar careful study. After speaking of the editors as as "moulders and leaders of public "In addition I waut to speak to you on two great movements in our public life which X fool sure must occupy no inconsiderable part of the* time of our public in the near future. One of Hotting among thc players should tio absolutely prohibited by the League executive. If thc public lose fulth in the integrity of tho team as ball players the game is all up. People will not support crookedness. The Western Canada BuaebaU League lCxecutivo announced that, they would do everything possible to elintinato betting. They must get busy as it is saKI that the players do lay bets on the games. We have not heard of any of tho localplayors doing any betting on games in which they were playing. But such playing as exhibited by the shortstop rovenlly released showed evident crookedness cither to win a bet or to get a rel�aso. Tho interests of the game and the protection of the public demand tho utmost diligence on the part of the authorities in this matter. currod in a throe storey building there is not a ladder thnt will ivach the third storey. Me explained very clearly the difference between his report and thnt of Chief Fowler. The Mayor supported the idea of a single cyliixler chemical engine. Aid. Oliver supported tho double cylinder chem -icnl. Aid Cunningham pointed out thnt the second cylinder is rarely used and that the steam engine muni 1* used if one cylinder is not sufflc -lent. lethbridge . has not yet had its big fire but other cities hnve and the Councils have received censure for l*ing unprepared. The brigade should have all possible appl ances to coin- great progress has been made | throughout the whole country, but in ^t fire. no part is it more noticeable tbun Aid. Bowman drew attention in thc Great Wsst. Forty years ago j to the necessity of submitting a by It was not a purt of Cunuda and was held by thc Hudson's Buy Company as n fur-trading preserve. Today it is Canada's moat prosperous portion. Four great provinces undergoing a marvellous development of their unexcelled natural resources are attracting the attention of thc world. Instead of thousands of Indians nnd a fow traders forty years ago, there are to-day a million wealth-producers west of Luke Superior, the products of whose labors are valued by the hundreds of mill  ions annually. Great us has )*vn P. O. Box 97 Phone 75 We are the only exclusive Hardware in Lethbridge law to tho people authorizing the expenditure on cupitnl account, such as firo protection and-the isolation hospital. t Aid. Cunningham spr.ko of tho poor service of tho arc lights nt present ami favored the increase by eighteen so that thirty lumps might he on tlie arc light circuit that they might bo independent of the 'incandescent cir -cults. The outlay to put' in the extra lights would l*> $1000 and the cost of maintenunco fl.OOO'n year. Tlh.' Fire Water ami Light Committees report ns adopted was that a All-erta's cabinet is well thought of by tho churches. Hon. W. 1L Cush ing is a member of the genoral^bonrd of mission of tho Methodist church; Premier Itutherford has been elected n vice-presHlont of the Baptist Union Hon. W. T. Finloy is an official of the Presbyterian Church nnd Hon. C. W. Cross hus been thanked by several of the Church conventions for his changes in tho license laws and his intention to enforce tho Lord's Day Act. Premier Itutherford dined with the King whilo in ISnglund. Wo hoped h� told His Majesty about Alberta Bed. lb-member it is now Dr. Conyboare. Hon. B. Aylosworth is being much abused by the Tory press. That is a good sign that he is making good as u statesman ami,the oppo.sl tion are eager to destroy his influence if misrepresentation and insinuations will do so. Dr. Sproule kicks against Sir Wilfrid Laurlor calling on tho Pope of Homo. Prolwbly the Dr. is sore because ho is not in good enough stand ing to call on tho head of his own church. the advancement of Western Canada system of 12 fire alarm boxes be installed nt various points in the city as tho A.It. &. I., Co. shop, C.P.R freight sheds, O.' P. li. round house, tiull Hospital, Brewery, Ellison mill the boxes to Im> instalUd at their expense', the city doing the wiring. IThis ntluces insuitiiice rate five cents during the past four decades, the nest forty years will see still greater. The West is but on the thresh -hold of its greatness. Itbt. LMaJstM dves Evidence. Itoburt Livingstone, superintendent' on $100. The single cylinder chem of the Standard Coal Company suid ho had been engaged in mining for twenty-two years, ten years of which were spent in Alberta. The output of the mine was sixty to seventy tons, but when the new equipment was installed they could mine about 150 tons )>er day in ono mine about fifty tons from another. They have about forty-five men on the jmy roll the average pay for contract minors being about $4.35 ami day ntt-n from $2.50 to $3 |M>r day. Mr. Livingstone stated that, thoy shipped roul but he couldn't say whether there was any scarcity of cars. Thoy had very little storage rapacity at the mine. The coal would not stand storing, as there was only about seventeen per cent, mcisture in the conl. He wns not in |favor of tho oightihour bank to Imnk as ho thought tho men were L1ABLI0 TO WASTIO the company's time. In this mi no ono shaft was 150 feet and the other fifty feet deep, and tho oight-nour bank to bank would cause this to bo a loss to tho operators. As the mine cxtomlud tho transportation of tho minors woidd waste the time of the men. Tho contract minors wouVI Alliort Whltn;iy was defeated in a contest for the position of president [lose money on the day men. of the Orenvllle Liberal Association I llobt. Livingston was for several because he was a brother of the Cin-lyears pit-boss at tho Gait mines. leal will bo purchased also a hook und la