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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 4, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRMB HERALD mam AWW Utttf SUBSCRIPTION In 00 Par Month tlOO lacn Oil POINT IF VIEW o full will lose A good citizen by the removal of of the lianltoJ to Martin tos ot foremost mea in every the of Sugmr Metropolis and as is tW of Moore and McDuffee the Raymoodites will not fully r alize their 1oss until Mar tm been away a few His friends will tender Martin congratulations on his pro motion to the managership of branch of the at Senator Tom Davis of Prince Al announces that the Dominion Government proposes to establish a is the question our system of to make k bear mostv heavily on other is the those supporting tion of the general re sources of the nation in the way that will be of most benefit to the nation as a In utiliz ing and conserving the natural resources of the one consideration more essential than any other is for the fu Ilitlierto as a uucion we have tended to live with nn eye single to the present and have permitted UKV reckless and destruction of much of our nat ural The conservation our natural resources and proper use constitute the problem which underlies every problem of our national Un less we maintain an adequate material basis for our civilization we cannot maintain the institu tions in which we take so great pride and to destroy our national means to undermine this material Even such the regu lation of railroad rates and the control of corporations aro in reality subsidiary to the primiul problems of the preservation of interests of the whole people of the resources that nature has giv en It we fail to solve the problem no skilj in solving r the others will in end avail us All who have studied the sub ject carefully have come to that the solution of the public servatlve Pramtor of That small pctuto politics of the craziest JL Conservative suys he is much chwed with the political srtuation in vust not fonjxH tlKit On ario is a part tie orn In it Is s made from In Anver if pays attention to the umber of pijue uj to pajvrs arc inade from Fielding has Ixvn twt years tho public life of Better fire The city fathers wet for delibera lion in the council chamber Tues day The Mayor and Cunninghuin and liowman wejv pnrih The minutes of thy meeting of 17th and nuvting of June 125lh weiv ivad aixl The report of the Court of Revision was Th resignation of fire engineer to take effect July Jlst wtis rwid and IX apixiirwl lxforo the council ivgarding the removal of over to avoid Hooding by high as happened a few days antlthat they be built up and covered ami wHh Oliver H Vitl be a good the country if we aro benefit ted us services or another quarter of He is one of the a blast public mon the Dominion ever pro duced aixJ that his native Nova well ot him is evkiencwl by the solkl jrlilanx of sup porters k sends with him to Tho miners at Reliance are opposed to a They evidently rely the post The old is Id be torn to pUxesf Ten days was ghen Hitflnbothunr for good deal on the fairness of telegraph system that will cover the entire So better move touKl be At present the west is almost wholly the mercy of one service ani the sooner we have and that from a the 1 Judging from the reports that are coming m from the surrounding dis there should be a great num ber of the Agricultural Societys awards for fields of staml ing Through the resignation of there is a Domin on Cabinet vacancy in and from this distance and after a iul review of the Liberal members front that provjnce il looks asthough Sir Wilfrid was going to have a 1 heap of trouble picking out a strong and able man to succeed the Minis terot Public Ontario is sup posed to be the home of intePectuul and resourceful but an acquaint ance with the representatives tooth parties to leads one to conclude that it is falling away from the position it formerly As a matter of fact if Sir Wilfrid desires to strengthen his cabinet in Ontario thatshould be his will have to make selection from outside the House of Probably he will wait until after the next general elections before hemakes an thai some able men will be kinds question lies with the vith lives on his control of the fuels and public is neces sary and Ncw as tothe matter of tax Most great civilized coun tries have an income tax and an inheritance In my judgment both should of our sys tem of In the sporting column c last weeks IlcraW was publisher an editorial from the Al Well bet if Sproule was in loiiw lie would be tickled to death o have tlw opportunity of calling on the When I Whitney gets through ppointing two humlrel lawyers in the fellows wttkovt rank willform the most exclus ive set Ontario Sproule vill arise and ap peal to his Romon Catholic fellow ckiaens to oppiso Sir Wilfrid baur because he called on the premier of France who is an opponent of the li it is wrcng in the eyes of an Orangeman for the Canadian the removal of the A communication from the Olds Council ivus readasking for cooper ation of municipalities in testing the case of the closing stivvts ag ainst the wishes the municipalities Tho Council suggestcd that mat ter be referred to the Allvrta Union of municipalities for The call to first Western udian Irrigation Convention lo be held in Calgary on July 17th The Mayor nnd were appoints Bow man and Oliver Tlie delegates authorized to ask convention to hold their meeting in expluinect thowells not completed before lecause of the necessary to the well system out toward the Tlie engineer is askvd to OKtiinute MI the cost of building up tlic The report that bulls 1iike be dlain od anl that UK city bear half the cost provhUxl the DulT estate bore the other half was Tiw folio vvlng Accounts were order ed paid Holers Cunningiwm Lumier Uogers Iumber Nelson and Frascr 4 Uthbridge Uthbrjdge Moior ifclougftll and Roy Neptune UHhbridge Iron Works Herald Irintlng lkntley Xarroway Ifcirding Ilobinsou Tlva conunit tec is to make TIE TRUSTS AND illARANTEE Toronto Capital and Authorized to act Appointed by the Alberta Government at Public Administrator for Lethbridge Judicial Advisory Board for Albtrta Turner William 711 First Street Abxandor Corner principal weakness was at the scor ingend of Calgary hus let out considered by many lo le the best more harmless thanthe most effect ivo defence Tecumsehs had the lest scoring hontt ift the last year and theypromise to repeatthis yctir ami a largo part of their sue Council gave to Club to up UK Nat Carnival show on the north lialfof public square and special license of Sf a day a report of amounts to be voted The application of the j upoii by the ieople for ex McKenzte submitted three biters in settlement of his claim the Ho had purchased lots that weie sold for taxes but was given no In the iiieantimc the original player in the and is dm tho fact am two of their new thoroughly They dont care the kid shoitstoppitchor and wno puts the in long as it the much tooted Fillgets And its not player who you Why Charlie Qucrrie hasnt scored a oul in a championship gunw this otison aiMi everybody will admit ha has about as much towards winning games as any one on the leiIs due to lake another trip totluj American village cornerlots for play The Lacrosse Club journeyed to Hat for the The surprise muny of tiveir local oxpeeKilly to did not know of the old warhorses that play lacrosse at the Hat but who seldom go At the beginning as if the vis owner sold the lots going to be beaten as Uie AdWhen McKenzie wLsnel to sell the ertising Agency forihe acceptance of iis design of a coal of arms for he city was Dowtnan offered a prize for thebest ksign of a coatof In viow of AkL Bowmans offer of ots got no llow Perhaps Shamrocks were the first to explode thf idea that great play crs should do all the In the old days when Hoobiiv u ml Pad dyBrenimn were in their the opposing defences paid nearly all Casters scored twice befoiv our fel i their attention to the two lows In tlie warter And tlwse bramy Irishmen saw where nan was The cotKlition Premier to call on the Pope itshould secretarytreasurer w be just as Wrong in the eyes of ti lioman Catholic him ao make a call on the man who has abused the Church in suggests Mackenzie King the striW for a seat in the bertan on betting that deserves thej Of the present members in the house from Ontario the names of Speaker Hugh careful reading of every sport as well as of those interested in the moral welfare of the The betting feature has ruined many good Horse the sport of has been put to the Imd through excessive 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 would not be Jong before the list of States forbidding horseracing would include every state but New York and The same be applied to box The manly art of selfdefence has been dragged in the muck by the unmanly of its And there is nothing that will kill baseball When a man bets his home sympathy efforts are with his If his bets arelarge enough it wVill make it worth his buy the players to threw in this very few are Setting against the loca We believe make lie has brains and to be in touch with the of the The trouble with mot of Ontarios cabinet sentatives is that they are out of touch with the views of the ieople thev are supposed to The names of the streets are to be inlaid in colored cement at all the ahthorized to advertise the giving of the prize for the best design of a the Iknv man thanked for his TlHj Council the request of the City Steflin Liiundry for free water during pleasure of The askd for free wa ter until the laundry was placed on a paying The suokc the way the were hold ing up the city and granted the re quest of the Laundry provukd that the Laundry run to full capac to settle the e got the better the notten they could turn this to their ami in tlKrurthHpley who Tlwy put little Jinuivie Ifogan of the elm are with flics was jVoken of and the matter referred to chief gardener las already leen considering the of aine through duplicated the During in close to vhG Then the two mighty men would liear on the the balanceof the the Coal Jnot like an army with When the rush to stop them was the The World would to little The reports of tlie Water and Light Committee and Chief Fow were Cunningham iscussion as Jf thesystem is to be chan ged and a system of numlermg be it should be done hesa walks are laid with the old lames inscribed The Dominion of Canada was forty ears old on fair ami Grant have meptionc ns but if a practice is start cabinet imtteriuL of letlvt members have ability hut they are r netting among the players shoulc weak in other Aspects and they would i bo absolutely prohibited by the Lea rot fit in with the ideals of the gue If the public lost avcraax Ontario faith in the integrity of the team a ball players the game is all Peo A Toronto Methodist hasjple will not support crookedness accepted a job as He will The Western Canada Baseball Lea not be compelled to bring conviction Executive announced that the to his new They nave do everything possible t large small doses eliminate They must nalurttj purees orners in the new cemeivt j kr w his willbring to a conclusion the jtlrew attention to the fact that i in to the iKimmg of the action was anl in A match during which there were reputed 1 o have been five successful plays pulletl oft took place evening between the lean eaters at Wols leys boanling hcuse nnd the stoakchewers from The score was 13 to 17 in favor of i Strathcona Calgary in a league lacrosse game on Mowlay by of The play is not in dicated by the score as Calgarys Papers and magazines throughout he length and breadth of Canada been writing voluminously on he great Canada during the past forty years since the Do minion was fcrmod of the four scat eretl During this period great progress been made throughout the whole but in no part is it more noticeable than the Great years ago It was not a partof Canada and was held by the Hudsons Bay Com pany as a furtrading To Heavers bombarded the Blovers goal but shots went hK the posts or the in dW mie and from him into the This everything but what was so wont on for nearly a whole that score remained a two before the other fellows Toronto The grounds were very poor arwi j hoth teams were very before INDIAN the game was The and Word was to thecity on Sunday of the finding of the body 01 an Indian near the Belly River lofth ofGrassy vThree of the Detect i yeSar gent Egan went to the scene arid eonfirmod the news As tlicre was no of foul the coroner was not The body was iel vhcre it was It is be 15evjdi trt be the bcxly of a Illood In dian that was Marys afew weeks roughness made the game al though at times it was fast in spite of the UNSELFISH Sporting writers who give toonnich prominence to the man who scores are hurting rather than helping the llri other words they are en couraging selfishness in home players ans sclfishivoss will render a domg so remarked that if a fire oc curred in a three storey building there is not a will roach the third He explained very clearly the difTerence between his re ort and that of The Mayor supported theidea of a single cylimior cheriMcal Oliver supported the chem Cunningham out that the is rarely us ed and that the engine must lie used if one suffic not yethad its fire but have and the Councils Havereceived censure for Thebrigndc should have all possible appl ances to drew attention to the necessityof submitting a by law to the peoplet authorizing the expenditure on capital such as fire protection andthe isolation MM day it is Canadas most prosperous Four great provinces uli busy as H is saki hat the players The Calgary Albertan says tlie i do lay bets on the of the lumber combiiw arc numWe have not heard of any of the It is to be hoped the numlwr llocalplaycrs doing any betting on is 23 skidoo for igapxis in which they were jBiit such playing as exhibited by the Foster has been reshortstop nicently released showed nominated by North Toronto ConLvicfent crookedness either to win a servatives but that is mighty far or lo get a from saying that been rjeThe interests of the and the protection of the public demand the utmost diligence on the part of The the I authorities in this initial copy of which was receivedat this office this is another cabinet is well thought of those very excellent library newspnpL Cush ers that are becoming so popular in is a mctnjbcr of Tte thft Methodist church lately of the Toronto SalurdayNight Prcmfer hns in his first number gives promise of L of the Raptist a paper of high Irfccrary roer lon w T Finlay s officfal ic white bright and clean as a news lhc PrcRbjncrinil Church and H on The Saturday Sunset is c w Cross has thankod bi re attracting the attention of the Instead of thousands of In and a few traders forty years there are today it million wealthproducers west of Lake Sup the products of whoso labors valued by the hundreds of mill ons Great as has he advancement of Western Canada bound to the success that such I vcraj of lnc Church conventions fo a paper Calgary ball team is due hereon Tuesday and first two days of the But for the thircl booketl The management should try to an arrangcrrwrit so as to have agame here an Some PresHJent ROOKC veil addressed a gittbcrmg of editors from alt of the United States on 1 the gwat probWm thai faced the His address was atrofig3 pronoun cement on the rem for that arc burdening the To R certain extent his words apply to Canada and bear careful After speaking of the editors as fis monlders and leaders of public In addition I waut to speak to you on two great movements in our public life which I feol nnust occupy no inconskterabte part of thetime of our public in the near One of his changes In the license laws and his intention to enforce the Lord Jay Premier Rutherford dined wkh th King while in We hoped f 4 O spcke of the poor service of the a present favoretl the increase by so that thirty lamps might be on arc light circuit that le independent of theincandesctmt cir outlay toput inthe ex tra lights would and the cost of maintenance The Firs Water tees report as adopted wasthat a system of 12 tire alarm boxes be in We are the only exclusive Hardware in Lethbridge WE WANT during the past four the various points in the city trt forty years will see still grcat The West is but on the thresh hold of its ttvts Robert superinterHlcnt of the Standard Coal Company said he had boon in mining for twentytwo ten years of spent in Tho output of the mine was sixty to seventy but when the new was they could mine about 150 tons per day in one mine about fifty tons from They have about fortyfive men on the ay roll the average pay for contract miners being about ami day from round told His Majesty aboutAlberta per i Rcinenvler it is now Aylosworth is being much abused by Torj That is a good sign that he is making goodas a statesman and opposi tion are Pager to destroy his influ ence U misrepresentation and insin uations will do Sproule kicks against Sir Wil frid Lauricr calling on the Pope of Probably the is sore be cause he is not in good enough stand ing lo cali on the bond of his own Albert Whitney was in a contest for the position of president of the renvillc Association because he WAS a brother of Ccn LivsngstOTK stntwl they shipped coal but he couldnt say whether there was any scarcity of They had very little storage capacity at the The coal wouM not stand as there was only about seventeen per Hioisture in the lie was not in favor of the to bank as ho thought the men were LIABLE TO companys In this mine one shaft was feet the other fifty fert the eighthour bank Imnk would cause this to be a loss to the As nriws extended lhc transportation of the minors would time of the The contract miners lose money on the day Livingston was for several years pitboss at the Gait as the freight Gait Ellison mill the boxes to lw installed at their ex the city the This reduces insurance rate five cents on The single cyJindcr chem ical will IH nyrcbasett also a hook nd Iakler Clause 5 provided or a duplicate transmission line to installed between the Electric Power House and the pump securing h reduction of five per 100 on insurance for an nvestmcnt of The oqtiipmcnt u the old chemical runing gear will be placetl in Xonh Ward and a shed erected Mc Kenzie nnd tender for the eighteen arc lomps was accepted and an imtopemlent arc circuH will in Thc total cost of all there improvements is and will secure an reduction of fif teen cents on The Canning Bryan Construction was awarded the contract for erecting the Isolation their tender being the A motion calling for inspection of Chirtesn laundries froma SAnitary j stamlpoint vas The proposal REFR1GERATO R S We are selling them away below and at prices will never see again SO HURRY UP to raise their license to did not Tho application of Lisle Jacuzzi for irrigation water to manufacture brick per was granted provided that rooster Scott have control the supplying of ihft Tho suggested that the wells at the pumphouse be covered Hardware Store VROOMAN 1 ;