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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 13, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta �miirm in,---' 1 -n^^ \ RIDGE HERALD mmiliG CO.. LTD. 0. 9. AUSTIN, Uitor aai Maugcr. W. JCIHIAN. Sivt. ! M DcMrtMit SUBSCRIPTION: ;InAdvanca - il.SO a year :Otli�rwis�  92.00 a year ADVERTISING: Par Month - 1.00 Per Inch our point IF view The Aylmcr Sunday School present, �ed ot� of their teachers, J. Crawford, a lawyer who is going to Rod .Daer to practise, with a Bible. Ouc-s-^tion, what is the eastern opinion of "Red Deer? ; P. J. Nolan's selection as counsel .for the B�rf Coininission was a wise nK>^e. No luan iu the province is more capable of ferreting out the lActs tha government require, than the clever, Calgary lawyer. ..; 'And Paody (tn the platfomi seenied^ be laughing at hiin, bwt why, he could not uri-rieratand until he looked at his grip and there he saw l>eneath the initials "P. J. N." the words "Farmers Advocate." Some of the village wajjs bad clipped the heading from the well known tarat paper and pasted it on the lavyer.'s grip. "P.J.N." has 4-great opportunity to make himself solid with the fa.riners by busting, what it is alleged to e.xist, the Ijeef combine. H Paddy can't bust itwitli lagal argument, then all he needs tu do is to. sit ii|)pn it and it will cry /or mercy. The mine inspeotcr .shoul,d visit ttic mines, without notice being given lu anybody as tl>e Talier miners Aujj-, sealed. He will secure far more accurate knowtedge of the conditions by an unexpected appearance at the mines. It would also toe mora olong the. right line to post his reports in a conspicuous place near each mine then the miners could 'be actpiaintod with the condition�^nd warned of any dangeruus places. The appointment of John Kenny us an ln.spector of Customs is a rocog-nttion of merit and ability. Mr. is n: fi-om the tone of the let-tor of ''Ijetlri)ridge Taxpayer" it is o'idcnt that Mr. Sinnnons has acciden tally or othonvise, licconic u serious obstacle in the way of seine one's pet scheme of pubycrty, one share of whichwIU^he for the city and two for the promotci-s of the little scheme. Me .scorns to lie awiullj' in the way. Manager Morrison is not only a cracking good pitcher, but he combines this with a romnrkale field generalship. Morrison is also a gentle-Mwnlj,' l>all player.-Edmcnton Dul -Ittin. BASEB.VIX REVIEW. Ih! JU "nimuue'iiiv'dHf�tftflfc''?,.g1''^^'''^ t as^t.successful iu the petition to wpch he has been proj�>ot4?d, is not Next month the columns will be opened for tha discussion of the topic "Js niarriage'..a' failute?" Sir Willioni .Jtfulock at a Imnquet in Meaford, Ontario, the other evening predicteil that the time would come when the scat of influence In tbi British E^mpire would be in West-era Canada. Sir William has ever been a prophet with a true vision. Hi has lived to see the fulfilmmtt of many things which he foretold. But it ie hardly likely thaf his eyes shall vbebold the reality of this vision. iThera^'^is little doubt, however, but .what the, present young Canada will V^ aee the day when the policy of the ^.:i> eball be dictated by the peo- Ispiplajpf these prairies. London may he the centre of the land surface of vtbf globe but Vt^innipeg is nearer the centre o/ the domain oyer whichfloats ^the Union Jack. Moreover, the scn-'^i^thnent of the great population, is ^Jn.tlM long run, xthe controlling son-�f.tiiqent.' Great Britain caii; scarcely ^^ha^e. to sustain a much greater pop-^.^ulf^tion.than that which i^tio htt� nt %^pr�Mntv Before the close of the pros-'entvoeutury, Canada vith at least 'ib,nB hundred millions of loyul, Intelr !U||Bnt.:Brliitih people will obviously i|iave greater influence in the councils i^flthe' Empire than the possibla fifty inillionfl of the tight liUle islands t�-0. Jupiter i'luvius then took a hand in the game fcr Calgary with the result that that team was twice spared the pangs of defeat, rain interfering. Medicine Hat continued winning until its ^Kt game with tlie Capital A'hich was lost by.a cTojse score. MOXBAY NfOm-'S GAME. The Ikrincrs had to lake tlie snuill enason. Edmonton played er-rorles.s ball and kept the locals down to one hit, O'Dea having the credit for that. But for errors in the sec-ond-and third the game would have lieen without a score. Schurch pitches! gcod ball, and McClair of, Edmonton wa.s unhitablu. Score; Ediiiontiiii 'Let hbridfeu The Beef Commission. The Ifcef Commission opened at Medicine Hut Monday evening at VO o'clock. Order in Council wos read' by the secretary and the Commiseion proix; cause for weeping but the grouiuls showed the effects of another's sorrow. ^ Fogarty was in the box. tor our fellows andwas goi'irg well after the first innings when all sorts of play -ins and misplaying allowed the Arctics to score twice. Wrth Cri�t at the l/inch ccunter the boys in grey proceeded to help themselves liiieral-ly. Foster took a pass and Mackin a fan, O'Pea reached for a single couiiso ond bellied Foster to the sec-^ ond course. Klppert helped Foster home. Bucs started in on the first course filling the table. Then the mighty Nunzie picked out a mealy croquette ond sent it to the left fielder, O'Dca coining to tlic dessert plate. Kipp wanted too miuch ut once and got put out. Score i^S. There is no use telling the rest of it ns it doesn't count anyway. The. feature of the littip game was a running jum]iing cne-hahded catch by Nunzie. The score: Edmonton ........................2 1 0=-3 U-thbridge .................. ...... 2 0 0--2 of TIiound an'imal, dress cJ. ut atjoul %\%. The hide and offal were generally ."tet against the running txpcnses of the slaughterhouse. The conditions that i-egulat -the price of cuttle were the ani-'ouiit of available stock and the com-lietilion. The latter is very sharp with the locol and Taber butchers as well ns those of Pinchor Crwk aiwl the Pass who buy in this district. There is no uniform price among local disilcrs. The price of lici f in the foivigii nmrket makes a di(  ferenw in tha prica to the butcher but not to the,' consumer. Howell Harris of Lcthbridge,- nian-iigier of the Circle Cattle Co. .cotor nt Winnipeg was a great benefit to stock iTwn. Large numbers of stray cattle hnrican lieof got a preference of a cent a poun nski>d to ailvertiso two [irizes one of $50 to the fir.ft and one of $25 to the .second, lo ll^ iniliviilualK suh^sirtiling Itt the council the, most efl'ocl -ivc, and most oconomical plans for a publicity campaign, with itcmizotl c.ale of cost �iii or l)ef�ii'3 the 2lsti day of .June iie.vl. and that it is in the intorosts of the ci't?*' auil district that the .sum, of $2,-500 W i'X(>ended under tho direction of tho council out of nuinicjpal funds for the purpose of ailvortising the cil.v and district and that such, sum or a lessor amount Iw'distr.ibuted by llw council to defray the'of publicity work niwl work ot^ industrial, ugeiit for the year 1907. 2. That ,the council Ixs roconiimctid-od to grant additional sums of nion-py to defray such ex|M>nditurcs of the Boai-d of Iradi' and the 25,^00 Club as siiecificnily autliori/ed in advance by the council and ex|K>ndod to its .satisfaction. J. 1. Eakin ami O. D. .Vusfin wen-ilolegatetl to present theicnse of putting it in. year just as Mr. Sliver's gwin was ripening nicely a slight hrell-.storiii came along and thr(�hed out cc.n.sldoi'abl|,T of the ri(>e grain. A heuV.v rain followed which buried the grain in the soil. When the hnr-V(!stint; was done a good dual more Gcrain I'l'H o'litn the "round. This was si-cdor5,landing thai onc-quftiitor section was in crop. For easy farming this surely is all that could be desired.' The growth is i|iaid to lievery oven ami all siglis point to an ex-cullonl rolitrn from this oxtensi.'e voluiTtcor cr'op. REMAliKABLE CASlI: AT BANFF. f.'h.'is. llcillich, a commercial traveller wa.s in the city on Tuesday ac-companieil iiy a traveller for the s.ime firm, n:iuk>d Cameron, who loi't Mcntrcol a �x�ek ago Tuesfla.y to l>ring liini tlie of the fornuM' travelior. Anil tlivreby hangs a iv-marknble tale. Mr. Rodlich has with him n iH'tter from Dr. II. E. nroti of ItantY lo the Montreal concerning tlio cnso Mr. Iledlich .ret irod nt th� Sanitiir-ium early fording very coltl aiwi intending lo gu out on his trip the iM'Xt b. 20, 1007. Oiic.nioni(iit htj'stands forth in man- hooil sublime, The next die&' away, like the bell's fading' chimin . -,., As nii.s'l.s blown apart by,4h� wind's ^ pa.ssing- bl^aatIl, So swiftly lie chnnsfS (rtiui vigor to 'x death. ^ Lnwarmod by the suii.sliiiio, uiichilletf by the snow. His \'irlues, his vices are all of the past, .\hd charity's nutntle we over him cast; .As frost stricken /flower ho has faded away, To bloom in Qod's garden to bosk in His rny, 'We nourn him, we miss him front paths that he trod. Wo consign him to naturs, we leave him with God, And wait for the time when we'll meet him above, Trnnsinutod by glory, all radiant ix with love. 1 ROBERT STAIIK. NO ROOM FOR DOUBT. (Fxinionton .Tournal.) There is absolutely no reason why anyone, Iwro or el.sowhore, .should be pcssiniiistic about the outcome of the .year's operations. I*essiinism is a word thivt does not fit well in the western dictionary, und it has no place in thu usage of those whoknow the west Ixsst. SW STORM CAUSES DEATH. Stratford, May 28.-Jamps Balk  ' well a farmer, was killed by a train at .'Long Crossing" west of St. Mary's yoster FOR SALE For Sol^A'correapoticjence coursei In go6d school. Owner unable to go on with it. Apply toBox O, Herald offlca. The k^ders of Uie Albert�k Oonser-vaftlva party have decided to call a Medicine Hat and Calgary played a draw, 5 runs each,, on Tuesday night. About 100 people attended the benefit game for o.x-umpire Knoudton at Calgary on Tuesday nighty The All-Canadinn lacrosse club %1o-foatoeg then his. He hud to vaU twrler nolicc~than c,in the smnMor stockman. ' Again the fact that illlr. Drown got $8.75 for his dr.v cows as against $2.50 in tlie 'case of others combined wiih -.other cviilence gees to shb'w tiiat Gordon and ironsides have notVpoid a uniform price lo ail stockmen. Rev. Alex. M. Gordon, s[H>aking of �Monnons, sold it was a subject that had to lie handled with gloves. Ail throueh the country the diinculties of the churches' work are many. The problem is intensified with the group ing together in sclid blocks of Ga'.i-ciutis and Doukobors. The Mormon difficuUy was different. There was no ttt on a par, and iwopla who could (lo that were capaMo of anjtbing. ThIIGHEST JUMPING HORSES HERDS'FERFORNINli EtEPNAr CAMELS/LUMAS AND ROS MRieRS' CAKE WALKING K< TRAINED IMPORTED ARARIANSTALIIRNS I. m finiiSTREET^PARARE uiiv ;