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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 25, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta took Bulyea for a Frenchman Special Correspondence July imagina tion of some of our ultraProtestant friends unearth very jxjculiar ideas now ami The otherday Edmonton was vistted by a professional man from an Ontario He is busy but prides himself on his general information 011 live In politics he seems to have allowed his head to be jam w itll the vievs of one very narrow views at The rea son for this conclusion on our part is the fajet that this Ontario while walking along an Edmonton had our esteemed lieutenant governor pointed out to and in a very deprecatory tone he remarked Another Frenchman If he hadnt leen one he would never have been the It was evident this Ontario man was shy of for heimagined J3ulyea was a French When told that the governor was of Dutch stock and a Baptist in ihe uum down east was as dumb as an His im agination bigotry had made a fool of a deaL of the political fettling created by president have been working with a So and So is doing a certain thing view to organizing the mine work please So and or is hand in Coal It was coilcxkled that if certain laws were passed the percentage would be very greatly Legislation to be introduced by the government vill have this very important matter in TlM terrible disasters which have recently occurred in the coal wines of OernKxny and France have directed the attention of esiecially in the former to introducing measures of protecting the miners against a recurrence of such or at least of dinv inishing as far as possible the loss of One measure contemplated is the construction of safety shut off from the rest of tlie inane and protected ugiiinst A conduit of compressed air is intro duced into these excavated and should the conduit be vessels or bottles filled with stored iu these will supply necessary Preparations are alreadylxing made for t lie intro duction of these arnuhgements in the mines in tho region of the president of District IS of the Unked itine Workers of is in the ieturned from MorinvUle where ohn vice with such ami such a corpora and so Along1 this HneT heard a very good sermon last Sunday by the new pas tor of McDougall Methodist He was outlin ing the evils caused by people sup A person sets a nmn going into hotel and immediately sup poses he will come out ers of that says it is their intention complete tho organisation of the mine workers in this northern part of Speaking of the recent settlement of the difficulties in Southern Alber Sherman says that theie nev er has been as1satisfactory a feeling between the mine operators ami the mine workers as the labor legislation of the last session of the House of Coin A girlmarries a man who is u heavy Sherman strongly drinkeii and supposes she can reform We are passed on the street by shortsighted ierson and re cognized11 we conclude immediately we were deliberately And so the supposing and the preacher upon it as a very harmful In it is the suppose too and as a result nsariy a cabinet minister hns beeninjured and many a useful pri vate member It is said that the United Mine Workers propose organizing the nxjn employed in the mines in the Edmon ton There are nearly thou sand miners at work in this city and In this word hasreached here that District Presi dent of the Mine proposes to and be sue eeeded by Peter internal tional board Patterson is a union is recognized us very fair and honorable in his com mended the government for the ac tion that the vsry fact that either to a dispute hat Itheright for the appoint ment of a conciliatory committee went a long way in effecting a sat isfactory us the law will be amended and in the ho believes the day of large or protracted strikes is over both parties havinig come to recognize the necessityand the wisdomof reasonable rather than i industrial war that ivouUl daimigr ille iivterests of both employer and paid a high compli ment to minis ter of assist ance rendered by at tha confer ences in he wus convincedthatthe tmnistor way interested only in a satisfactory sotu tion and his prom ise of an eight hour well as enuC it The school in Mormon like Raymond and far in advance of Genr tile places of equal and nearly as large as cities such as Medicine Hat and Just to enlight en the we quote the following figures Cardston 1000 408 Raymond 2000 527 Magrath 900 Lethbridge 4000 4000 621 The Morman certainly have no sympathy with race ns the extensive school population i Last year the bounty paid by the Alberta government to beet sugar producers confined wholly to those raising beets in the Ray mond and Magrath districts was being a half cent per pound on the sugar The leet sugar by the big factory at Raymond last am ounted to The farmers receixcd from the sugar rom pany five dollars per ton for their Oneiof tho judges at the Edmonton fair was Barker of He is a pioneer of the southern part cf the ami I question whe ther there is a better informed man on all subjects in He ranks of the dealers in the Alberta association He is not a very extensive fanner but he has long been a student oi ngri ml turn 1 problems nnd writes a good deal for the about matters af fecting the He is an au thority a host of hesL of he is using his greatfund of knowledge to the best in terests of the province and its peo and the time ought not to be far distant when he will be serving the country in a larger and more useful Just to show the di verse nature of Barkers knowledge I would mention that the publishers ot that class Am ericana sought out Barker to contribirie the article on the domes tic and one only needs to read that article be impressed with the huge amount of Barker has at his beck and ca and dogs are hobbies of this presenceat the public meetings helped alout he settlement Vhich hns so Shornvan is now a resident having taken up a home stead about four miles out of vhere his family is Hi speaks enthusiastically about tlie mining resources of this and predicts that in the future it have euorinous coal protlucing from which an al most inexhaustivcsupplyof fuel will Sherman will leave south country but will remain here ab out two Corporation Lands Jo be Taxed Ccrrespondence of The Hudsons Day mid other large corporations who have large land grants from the must now pay a for the ration of certificates of title to Prior to thepassageof the Lands Title Act by the gov ernmentthese corporations did not have to pay a cent for the registra tion of titles mid it is easy to un derstand that the alone with its iuillions of ucivs of laud provid ed the starts of the Lunds Title of wkh u huge amount of work the country had to the salaries paid for this whilethe secure all the benefit with out a cent of This did not look right to the Attorney Why shouldnt the jxiy u registering their lunl titles lie Was it right that officials should occupy a art of tmw doiug work for the at the exjXMise of the Ieople of this iouutry did not think It was all right for the vhocamo into the took up the soil and raised crops to secure title to the without any cost but the case of the big railroad corporation it was The railroad secured from the government of Camuht in gone by a huge grant of prairie was today worth millions of dollars to this ami that they were holding at a large So the Attorney General had a new Land Titles Act prepared and amongst its many good provis ions is one that these big Ijand holding corporations to pay for registratton of the titles of the land they have secured by grantfrcin This particular ion says that a fee of five dollars is lo be charged for a certificate ci title crown land isstiel to any railroad tlie Hudsons Bay and any private individua who hasreceived a grant of land not a homestead or scrip It h also provided that not more than section fraction car placed in one the psrpos being to prevent one of cur porations registering a big o one The corpora pays S5 for the title on first section in each patent of crowi land and two dolursv for each re maining For instance the case a grant of acre of crown land to the u fee o So would paid to fus G40 acresand for euch As result of the imposi tion cf this tax the amoim college bred English who resided in the Cardston district since the early The prevention of accidents i seems to be considered Phis matter frequently came up dur the hearing of evidence by the ALBERTAS WINTER Only two or three years ago winter wheat was sown in Southern a region unsuitable in many essem for spring wheat as in From the assurances from Alberta his year H has been demonstrated that a new and enormous area has een added to the national balance iheet of Canadian commerce nd agriculture through that addit The cultivation of winter wheat irk Southern Alberta has been proceeded with captiously and Only a few thousand acres were sov n with winter largely as an ex periment the first The acre age was increased materially in the following years as success followed the Tire estimate tlmt the entire win ter crop in Alberta will be bushels muy optimis from all accounts will not be wide of the total Alberta has not hith erto been a material factor in the wheat situation of Western but this quantity of approxi mately bushels will enter the situation with an unquestionable influence The influence pn the business sit uation in the west in five it is not unreasonable to belicvethal a winter wheat crop of bushels will lie marketod froin Al will le groat evenif 1 other parts of the country proceed at the great rate of progivssaril already Incoming lxyl The wj crcf in half a will be for rt will prolmbly to at least the re ceipts at the Calgary ami Fklmonto ottJces reaching each The at first hinted it woiiU refuse to pay this tax but it ha since altered its Very few people are aware prolxibl that there is an act to regulate th speed ami operation1 of motor yen icles on the public highways in e tence in this One th provisions is thut every owner c such a vehicle must pay a regnstra tionj fee to the Proviocial Secretary The of the machine is to Ix plainly exposed so that lie who run may An bell must attached lo the machine and run at every The vehicle is al run in a town prvil lage at a speefl ten mile A LONGWEARING The unusual durability of Royal Crown Laundry Soap is one of the first things remarked by a new The majority of laundry you know from soften very away Royal is a more compressed bars of wliicli will do more and better worlc than eight bars of ordinary laundry Same but extraordinary Made from a special formula for the hard water of this MADE ONLY BY THE ROYAL Limited WINNIPEG wrappers are enance of the rrovincial Ulviversity good and worthy an other evidence of the of the policy f It is worthy of note his duties as Collector of Cus hat onefilth of the taxes to be colturns at and since that ccted from the corporations is to time has ongaged in that devoted to the Shaw Icft on Monday for Ixthbridge he will per manently located for the future which we trust will be as successful and satisfactory as the In the de parture of Ctirdstotv loses n pioneer but Lethbridge will gain a thoroughgoing optimist for South ern Jn his ofUcc Shaw has conducted himself in a most ex emplary business from the woid go and never for a minute middling in political or civil ns soon as he ciinmake arrangements for the location of his family they will join him at Leth Enforcement of Lords Day Act Special ConvspciKlence of Tlie of Allwrta who are anxious to have the Lortls Iay Act observed in accordance with the pro visions of the act passed by the Do minion have reason to bo satisfiedwith at titude on this important It will that the yn force men t of the Act was left in thehands of the Attorney deneral in each pro was interviewed by officials of the Lords IJiy act and asked if he wouk1 carry out the pur poseof the Mis reply was in the and he imtibCdiately irvstructel the pclice blllcers of tlie province to see that the Sablvathwas observel accortiiiisj to the If there were miyviolations they must Ix One result of this or der was the prosecution of the for ah infraction of the The big corporation was convicted two magistrates at Maclecd ami fin Th for a writ of ceHiornri to remove the ccn victimi arid the Supreme Count heard tlKJ last The Lords Day A limn ccwas representctl by one of the lawyers the Tie appointed by Ue in his new wish him much success field and IIOJKJ that he wiy always that Caidst on holds first claim to his future hon ors in one the best Governments under the Alberta OUR LETTER To rOditor of Lelhbridge Herald Owing lo stringency oi the nvoney iiKirket in the east and also to reckless booming of real in western cities nml City of IxHbbrixlge has re fused advancementof money by its bank for certain nnprovcmonts jxcnd ing the sale of iLsdebentures to cov er cost of no xloubt lank is acting upon instructions from its head oflice as branches of itl in thewest have the same to prepare for HOTEL FOR SALE Fourstorey fhiisked 50x56 kitchen stone basement Mens Ladies DiningRoom and 40 for half half on mortage at 7 to keep hotel 5acre Plot v iii Pinoher cash Pinchcr Lethbridge Agents Lethbtidge Financial Realty Cross nnd the province bears his a of ami an liour and in the country to tvon ty The law provides th owners of notor vehicles must tak reasonable caution not to frighte horses and to stop if Th motor owners can held respcnisibl for damages if they fail to obsery this latter The Provincial Secretary is revoke or suspeml any license on of any miscbmluct on the part of the holder or infraction of the provis ions of the Persons violating the act in any respect are liable to a penalty not cxcectling It will worth while lor autonwbilists to keep the impcrtant provisions of this act in Though representing the interests qf the Alliance that body hot incur any exjxjnse whatever in connection with tire Thot that the government of Al berUi awl Cross more particrtt are prepanwl lo curry out Uie laws ami are gladly willing to as sist those organizat ions and persons who arc to advance moral interests of the The Alberta government has pur chased the telephone system opera ting in the Crows Nest This was a schrcwd move on the part of Cushing and means that the government trunk when it is completed from Macteod to Cole at a paying ex change at tlw mountain cn in the towns of Frank and Cole It also preventsthe from attempting to strike these points as it would not lc worththeir while to extend long distance line to the Pass to face the competition of the government system already in Another thing worth men tioning ami that is tba t the govern ment is prettynearly certain to crale all the local exchanges on this 3IflclcodT Pincliar Tn that ons listrict tlvcre will be a long distance line a hundredmiles in extent ami operated by the govern men t ami with local enchanges ev ery important uoivtly a due wise in value western IAL then upon as whea t far seek markets of ihe Orient in compe tition with tlte winterwheftt grow ing states of the American The annual yiell of Ontario is only bushels anl will probably not increase in ac with the agricultural ten of that Winnipeg The tax on corporations fixed by the TMfislature at its has already brought tlie treas ury of the province iittie complaint ofPerotl the comjionies affecterl having handeil ov er the money without any The tax covers ii trust companies stneet railway tirlegniph companies and express companies No tftx is exacted from municijwilly con ducted electric light It is only right that tVae corpor who are making a big profit of business in should V com pelled to contribute lo the treasury of the The development of the province by n wise and progres sive government causes a growth in the business of the corporations ami why undersuch circumstances contri butea tax the exchequer of Uw province If the corporations can not frgure out the why and and it is sometimes very bard for them to understand why they should the general public will realize with out any persuasion that the is good Tt proves alsu that the Provincial gowmmcnt is not hxind in hand irith the corpora tions but is administering ihe affairs of the province to the best gentieiiKin in charge of the telephone departnxnt erf the govern is formerly a high of the telegraph com Ho was not chosen on account his T do not think this day that Cushing knows whether he is n Irit or but he was a capable ac wrth dealing withthe pub lic ami accustomed big Edwards is on his job all the Tie moves around ihe saying very Tittle but do ing nn awful look for a moment nt the cause a rw result of these No doubt some will say the a SttitCs election has some Thing to do vith the stringency of the motiGV Whileit may have n snisvll on in regard to the tightening of moiiLy Canada should not be to any naterjal extent from that as the Canadian banks have all the money required for legitimate chan ncis of trade and commerce but like individuals they have been carried along on the crest of a real estate und land boom in Western Canada they litive had to call a halt things never look Ijrighter in the west than they do torlay along the line of Crop railroad construct in fact everything looks to it that we are the verge of a general decrease of our securrties un der these conditions say we have the limit in real estato Tn fact we are away beyoml tbe limit at why should the city have to curtail or abandon its improvements of the inllatefl values of tts real have A boastful ftmpioyeil the Sttel near Wash liud the coiueit takn out of him by M big tomoat one this lie was boastingof his deriariug tiuvt hocouUlpull horse through the waters ofChar tiers Superintendent Wilson of the offcrwl to bet he couldnt pullucut through the va tcr from bunk to IvoL was a lug was secur wi at nearby and two hundred mill workers gatheretl xtthe creek to sne the test The machinist was on of the creek with one end of the rope and the cat and the spectators witro on the The rojc was tied around the and when all wasr in readi the word was given and tugcJfwar was The machinist held his own for uritl ihryi with a uiighty heave against tlv straining cat jnilled into ilecord We Want t Ypu to Judge Standards of made by and into act values by the If we sire to blame for conditions Ijkc these by all meins let us right if we has a that we miy all feel proud of and although we may lw tho victims of onr ing or of n morvy or of a bank or any other cause the condit ions will n short Letus get down toactual mil nml a we will have no difficulty iu financing our city Yours Customs Officer SKaw Promoted A sitnntion ss or other position of trust by an experienced mnn possessing highest After serving for just 12 years ami Customs JJred received his promot ion on SnturdiYv by virttie of which he takes charge of the Inland Revenue Customs office in the City of Shaw is a Vova Reotlnn by birth bxit a genuine j S7 From 1880 to 1831 he 2 left Voarling horse served in the Xortli Mount etl I colt left blood this ho put in ten light while on face feet T at Macleol practicing Reward for On June coimrwncto 4111825 Heiglit Between our sweetgoods arid those of our AVe feel confident tliat the verdict will be in our because inasmuch as we use nothing but Western Flou r we have little or no freight to pay on raw there isnot dead freight haul from the east on the niann facttired Hence we can put out goods of quality for the price that Eastern houses sell out you give pre ference to be sides getting the best on the your moneystags right here in the If jour grocer does not sell our goods write to the factory and we twill fill your order direct Sim ply mention yourgrocqrsnaiiie ALBERTA BISCUIT A AA for tlie short in Type look well on latter m Type Tkere may be a difference o six inches in his and there should be a difference of several inches in the of the The waist of the short coat would set up near th shoulders of the tall 9 The Semiready Physique Type with its seven distinct its 35 and 15 sizes of each into account Height and and also the width and tW of every A perfect ht anJ a forwent at o anJ fWmr tliaH any tailor CM Jo it kis back Rtraywl from dark hny 1mwled R left shoul Tenders for T Ttrriler for nndad dressetl to the Minister of Public will bu received up to noon on July for ploughing the following Which incase of or fmcksettingshould to thefull width of orig of a sutTicicnt depth to cut nnd cover Ploughing firegimrd frbnv the north boundary of township south to Milk River on the line ranges 54 and west of the 4th Approximate difrtftnco 21 Ploughing firesiJiird frotn thr south boundary of township G north on the line ran ges Ti and jo the Crows Nest of the Ith Approxi nuKte successful tender will be re complete work All ten st be by Express or Money favor of the Ximster of PuW for five per of the and in case of a small guard notless than as a of good faith on the part of the to enter into tcon he subject to fork leing after an examination has by an Inspector ap pointed tjls The lowest or any tewler nof essarily vI01INT Dated at this 15th day of 1825 ;