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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 13, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta PHHTING CO., LTD. m ft. AUSTIN, Editor aid MtM|oer to practise, with a Uiblo. ijurs lion, what Is the eastern opinion of Hod Deer? 1*. J. Nolan's selection ns counsel for the Deef Comtnlsslon war a wise move. No man in the province :s more capable of ferreting out the facts lira government require, than the cloxor, Onlgnry lawyer. convention at H�l Door on �tune 2?lh Either Hlcbcrt or Robertson will Iw officially chosen leader of the Op  position in the Legislature. There 'seems to haw been great excitement In Olds over the attempt of the C.l'.H. to close the crossing of Second Street against the wishes of the citizens. The greatest excitement over tlio nffuir was to l*Mfouml In the Calgary press' which got quite workol up over the affair. The people of OWs however saw the ridiculous side of tlio police e awfully in the way. The Beef Commission. The Ucef Commission opened at Medicine Hut Monday evening at 10 o'clock. Order in Council was rend by the secretary ami the Comnwission proceeded to examine the witnesses. The men examined the first day were principally ranchers ami ship  pcrs. It was plainly to be seen that the large rancher has not the some grievance as the smaller. When he usual. Mr. Niilnn asked the witness to Iwse his answers on Inst year's conditions."-""tast year the prices paid for steers end cows were X| and 3 cents | er pound respectively. Ily tlw head the cost was, steers $10 to $-15. for cows |!)A to 980. Questioned regarding the selling price of the different parts t.f the beef, the witness gave figures that put the re-tall price of 600 pouml animal, dress cit, ut about ?enses of the slaughter-ami the rnilT-oads give them special house. The condition!) that regulat-care. Hut the 1 man who ships In Jed the price of cattle were the am-smuller bunches with a cailood orj'ntint of available stock ami the com twe rocelx-cs much poorer treatment. Some of the larger shippers stated that their entile went through from Inmmorc .1 unction to Wlnni|iog_ in |m>tltion. The latter is very sharp with the local and Tabor butchers as well as those of I'incher Creek ami the I'n'-s who buy in this dls- J And Paddy Is clasMHl as a farmer's Advocate, after attending court atj ' tacombe one tin*' lie hurried to the stntllon with his grip. Kvcrytooily on! the platform seemed �*o be laughing ! at him, but why. he could not understand until he looked at his grip ml there ho saw beneath the initials "P. J. N." the words "Formers Advocate." Some of the village wags had clipped th� heading from the well known farm pa|ier and pasted it on the lavyer's grip. "P..I N " has a.- great opportunity to make himself solid with the farmers by busting, what It is alleged to exist, the liecf combine. If Paddy can't bust It with legal argument, then ull he needs to do Is to sit upon it ami It will cr.V for mercy. The mine lnspertenranc at the mines. It would also Im> more along the right line to post his reports in a conspicuous place near etieli mine then the miners could to acquainted with the conditioliy^anixl tviiriuil of any dungerous places I Tile appointment of John Kenny as nn Inspector of Cnstoom is u recognition of merit nud ulhlity. Mr. "^S^enny is i ne of the liest Informed  _.� �'......'�ii'iii,r'atH'slmjrs..!"1>"'r'' \�> Jusj tis\t>ui-ressriii m iht. p(*(itTon" to whjch he Iiiih Ihmmi pi-oiiMtt.sl, is not doubted .by any person who was at all acquainted with the character of his services here. The statement of Mr Ilullock. of Tulier, I oforv the mining ronimlssion 'thut tho C.l'.H. hud confiscatisl |.-, cars, ho had loaded with eotil lust f winter, ami up to the present had failed' to make piiymeiit, should |*> brought to the a I lent ion ,f the Itml way CoiumisNion. 'Hie coal, Mr. Mul lock says, is valued at over five The World of SpcrtTj Manager Morrison is not only a cracking good pitcher, but he combines this with a ivmnrkole field generalship. Morrison is also a gentle-iminl^v l-all player- IMiik nt on llul -Ulin. The \ictory over Edmonton on Wednesday night last gave the city's professional ball artists heart and they journeyed to Calgary wiith a hunoh that things were coming their way. The first game was a swattcst of vhich Morrison's bunch took the largei share winning out IV-d. tup  iter I'luvius then took a hand in the gniiH> f score on Monday night hut they had (Ik> satisfaction of taking part in one of the fastest giuiH-s of the sr.iisoit. Kdniontoii plnyi*! errorless ball and kept the locals down to ono hit. O'IHm having the credit for that Hut for errors in the second und third the gunte would huvo U-en without u score Schurch pitch-0 to [keep the cuttle and ns the-price of I cattle had itoprvclnt^l in \Vtnnl|vg he believed that his total loss would be in the neighborhood of $2.00O. it was slated by another witness that he received a fair offer for his cattle accepted a deposit, anil was to hat inspector }>aterson is there pre-an I the buyer refused to take the! vents the greater shipment of these steers-and agnssl to accept only I wo | *l''. Austin. TIki lvcomiuomlulions to the city council were embodied In the following resolutions: Moved by K. It, Pessejiden and W. W. Irwin: That on account of the expense entailed, this Joint commit -tee is not in f�Vor of asking the cit v-council to en go go a publicity commissioner who would l,e expected to give his entire tlm.-. Vssemlen and .1. I. Kakin: 1. That the council l�0 to the first ami one of S'J*> t-o Ihe >,ecoo:l, to tb)0 litdividiuils sill 'ill ing lo the council the Itesl, most effect -ive, and most economical plans for a publicity campaign, with itemize.! ostiiiHile of cost on or liefoiv tlnno cX|MMided umler -tint direction of council out of municipal funds the purpose of advertising the and district and that such- sum lesser amount !*.� distributed by council lo defray the expense'of publicity work nihl work of-indiistrial, iigei.1 for the >enr tHOT. 12. That .the council lx- ivcomntend. ed to grant, additional sums of money lo defray such ex|m'iiditures of the Hoard of Trad,. aml tlie Uo.UOn Club s|m whatever. had bought nt a very safe figure. This, however, was not in accord - j The dilleience Itetweeli Wliiniis-g and a lire villi the rancher's views and he i Chicago prices could not In- account-if.'i.s.d to sell any tit the bunch. \V-.�Jed for except th.t the American Iteci Is-lieve that s�>vernl rns�>s of this got a preference of a cent a pound nature have Ins>ii experiencisl in the "' ,,K' "rHish market pnivince, such ns would no! the j -'as. II. Wallace a L-thbriilge i-un-case were there u.il a mmiopoly am jclit-r, ship|Vs| lust year alHiut MOO olig the buyers. c.ittle, UK) of which were cows. He A number ol heal IiuIcIh-is w,.re,had nol nolic.sl nn.v com|H�tltlon am- llo usually sells to l KKMAIcK AlU.r. CASll; AT HANCI* E*ty Farming. The ov tiers of the^fanious Silver Farm are having n snap this year, as they aiv getting a crop without the labor and ex|s aniiiinN on f.Mit was first oMuiued, then tlie cost of the niliiii.il as it npp.-ncil in t>�> block. lb., butcher was ;Ion asked for the weigh! inel price of Ihe different cuts ol ihe animal, taking us an example a l-'Hi pound st.>>r. well filled, la one Instance a butcher stated thut he could buy such a f r*KSH,VY's ii i a imi n ii o o-:i.................. ............... (l ii O il ii ii 0 ll �l--ll~ of^Huins 'olig the buyers j I*. Hums & Co. by tlie pound, ship-|�sl ut l>'thlirldge. Ijist y.sir begot Ull 1.1 a cv�. and S'-M.OO |s-r head for cows. There was no other linn asking for cattle last year. IIu1 r.inrliei-s ulio sliiplxst through S. Hrogdcn of Culgury were mrt well Slltisfled With leiunis. t.'t.l.", WuK II AM K. pi re Pi of le" leonVtl IMiund sT�"�Y V-ouW giv^ from .",.'� to |mt cent, of lieef ami would cost prolmhly $\\> As other stiip|h>rs had to tin be had sometimes to pay for strays that and had been shipped with stock. The there is j witness did n.�lniut such a large margin of profM, in tlio^o make regnixling the supply oCenm average butcher business. It was|as Hums Co. looked after that mat-found on examining the different ter. ranchers Unit a shrlnknge of five |st jn*** different mis utu\ a computation was made, h ttu� found that he had a profft ,f g.|'j ,, ,,|lN hl|||(|, lltli(IM, We beliete. however, that tls> man's calculation mis not accurate -' certainly do n..i think that thus Iteilllch, n coimiM'rcial traveller was in the city on Tuesday iic-i-omiMinied by n travelliu- for the sime llriu, iimvil Cain.'ion. who l.-i'i ]M(,nlr. al ,i wxvk ago Tuesday to i tiring him tl.e .-..rpse of the forii...|-! traveller. Ami thcivly hangs a ie- i lillirknble tale. Mr. Id'dlicb bas with him a (tetter from Hi It. I'.. Ilivtt of IkinlT to the' Molitival dix-ti rs coticerning the'eus.. Mr. Ite.llieb retir.sl at tho Similar-1 ilim early Ls-liug very cold ami ill . tending to go ,,ni on his trip Hie I next day. | |,e next he knew was when he awoke mi Thursday morn -ing. Poring tins inn.' he hail Uvn more than usually TIIKY PIH.VT ADVKIITISK. A player took his violin. And wove among the silver strings The music of the morning stars. The rapture of n thousand wings; Ihrt still the crowd vent coldly h>, Or only stopixil to jeer nnd scorn. IV'cause he overlooked tlte fad That every mnn must toot his limn the gi II of dawn, glow. the rose's" in the box for our thousand dollars and if h0 iloesn 11 fellows umlwns going well ufter the "The game is off tlrounds too wot," was the nunouiic.im.ivt of I'm-Prlvst Tuesday in the first hulf _^urth inningN. The sky had hreitening for soim> time nnd in tho'third the lowering clouds showed unsis-ml.v sorrcw IsM-uuse of the sc..,.. which at that time elotnl,^ wa, cJm , 1, unl�*H '.MOItMOMSM MIST :i-L> in favor of th� KHkiiiHW. \hc> c||U|o ^ ^ ||ir|H,.1Vi, tears soon censed as tlwre wasi real- . , , .. � _� (hours K'fore shipment. In every in-j - 'stance Ihe men considered this a j Hev. Alex. M. (lordon, s|ienking .f great Injustice. There were men ex-1 Mormons, said it was n subject that umined wh cause for weeping but grounds showed the effects of anoth hi: iiAN'm.i.H WITH (Jl.tlVlCS. One inoiuiit he stands forth in man- IiihhI sllbllm,*, Tlie next dies away, like the liell fading chini ; . , As inislM liloun apart by the wind's passing breath, ^i� swiftly he . Iuiiij.vs from vigor to ll.'.llll. 'I'lii- iiioio-m his laugh rings in glad- i. 'ns an.I g|iH>. The ni'M lit 11 f || ins'; \llll ploslrale he lies ill I lie em-th, Ml shorn if bis l-v-aiily, his glor.v iin.l worth. An artist seized The evening's I lush. And iimiiIo their glories evermore liiunortnl with the magic brush, He dl.il neglected, and his grave Is lost, as 'In a wilderness. for like Ihe player he forgot To hire an iment for tlw press. -MINNA IHVlSd SNOW STOltM CACSKS UKATII. Slralf.iiil. May 2R.-.lames Halk - well a fariiH-r. vns killed by a train at 'Long Crossing" west of St. M.iry's yesterday, lie had gone to St. Mary's to buy draining tools. and was on his way home when I be Bccidi nt happened. It was snowing 'and blowing wildly at the lime nod the dust of  . he did not see ihe train. Jtnlkw-ll was carried several hundred hvt.. His horse was also l.ill. d. doctors ,hi�| ,,rH1,s Sunday hlui,, ' tlw firm wan n,im,N| u,,i j,0 W(ls ,,v 1 Ing but on Tu.m..|i,y he dictated telegram t, his ail,., saying |, letter. nIthiuiK|, |.,t..r he knev 'Hi a I  Was II,. n.Mil  Mourners, hiln no ll..' blight aft.-r in o si ,  "liU,. Ih-Io\v, >>r npi Ingt line inviti-mora mIwrs of fancy here s( a r; a on got "the money he will have to go out of business. If the statement of the Tal.er coal o|s;rator is correct, and tl-.ero is no reason that it should lie doubted, the big railroad corporation should not only !� forced, to pay the bill und the interest but should be fined us well. They should bo made to understadd that they cannot trifle with shipjiers, especially since it wi.uld not allow a mine operator or any person else to withhold the' payment of a bill amounting to five cents, much five thousand dollars. lunH During this month the papers are full of the accounts of weddings. N�xl month the columns will Is, opened for thct discussion of the topic "Is marriage o failure?" Sir William Mulock at n banquet iu Meaford, Ontario, tho other evening predicted that the time would route when t4io scut of inlluem-e In the British Empire would be iu Western Canada- Sir William has ever lxen a prophet with a true vision. He has lived to see tlie fulfilment of many thiagswhich ho foretold. Hut It is hardly likely that his eyes shall > liehoid the reality of this vision. There is little doubt, however, but what tlte, present young Cunadn will see the day when the policy of the Empire shall be dictated by the peo-pla^if these prairies. London may be tho centre of the land surface of the globe but Winnipeg Is nearer tho centre of the domain over whichfloats the Union Jack. Moreover, the sentiment of tho great population, is in the long run, the controlling sentiment. Great Britain can. scarcely hope to sustain a much greater population than that which she lms nt present, ileforo tho close, of the present century, Canuda villi ut least ' one hundred mill ions of loyal, Intelligent British peoplo will obviously have greater Influence, in the councils ^ of the Empire than the possible* fifty ; millions of the tight little islands which have, for centuries had a pw-(iominating influence iu the wcrld's .� affairs, Tlie leaders of tlie Alberto, Oopser-" vatlve party have decided to coll a .Irst innings when all sorts of play -nig and misplaylng ullowvd the Arctics to score twice. With Crist nt tho l/imh c. unlet- the boys in grey proceeded to help themselves llliernl-ly. Foster took a pass and Muckin a fun, O'lVa reuched (or a single course and hcl|k"d Foster to the second course. Klppert helped Foster home. Hues started in on the first course filling the table. Then tho mighty Nuiizle picked out a mealy croquette und sent It to tho left fielder. O'Dca coming to the dessert plate. Kipp wanted too much at once and got put out. Score 3-'i. There is no use telling the rest of it ns it duesn't count anyway. The feature ol the litt'p game wus a running jumping co|iIl> attended the benefit game for ex-umpire Knov^Jton ut Cnlgnry on Tuesday night. The All-Cuiquliuu |uci'okk�i club do-feuied Moose .law 4-1" on Tuesday. The giuitu was very, fust. There wits in. buNebull gomu Wednesday iK'iuuse of a fine big thunder storm, that put u decided dumper on ull outdoor spi rt. The iNisehallgnme was much iiiisst-d but tlie rain was mo�t acceptuhlc ami no one was heard, to utter very loud cttnplaints against old .Jupiter Pluvlus for his interference. To have two bull games iu succession postponed on Aciymnt of ruin is a rather c.oo.i udvortiso  mail tor a country that has known as u semi arid � iintry. ranching In the States, each one testifying that In no ense were they rhargetl shrinkage in that country. Sous- of these men had shipped to the Old Country ut.d stated that there wus a prejudice against Can -ndinn beef in the Old Country market for some reason as yet unknown to the Commission. This will l.o made an important feature of the future sittings of the commission as there is no reason why CanAdiuuh.vi should not hold first place in the Hrittsh market. Tims. Hiown, manager for Cordon, Ironsides and MeP.uvn was the only witness at the afternoon session. Mr. Ilrown said he got g:i.r,0 for steers and *;i.7.'� for cows. He sold the cows about. July 12 and tho itteers stniicod later. Steers brought hlin about 947 , (hey u piece last year. He said that his , l.v to Ih> hnmlled with gloves. Ail through the country the difficulties of the churches' work are many. The problem is intensified with the group ing together in si.lid blocks of Ouli-ciuus ami Ihiukohors. The Mormon difficulty was different. There was no difficulty of language, but the Mormons were self-satisfied and exclusive, see ng no difference In-iwe-ll ir-iluliiy nnd ordinary latloiiiil Is'lief As don CIRCUS DAY AT LETHBRIDQE SAXURDAY, ii 71VT TT*1 Ok Performan:esat2and8p.m. O \J fM |-^ ^J. dis to tie-ir Isdief, I lev Mr. tlor-tr.ic^l tlie Mormon U-llef Ironi tho revelation stnt�xl to have Im*.ui gi'.en to Itev. Jos. Smith. 'Vi*> book of M..r..u n ami the scriptuivs were put on a par, and i^'opl-? who could do that were capable of anything. They carried on ifgreater propaganda than any other church. He in  their views, showing how accept Uiblo stutomeots literal- bul said in the bunch boon Tlva first game in the western section of the Alliertn Crow's Nest Pass League took place at Lundbreck on Sal unlay, when tho home teami was ilefi nled by Coleman. Score 8-0. Wasted opportunities are thnsethat go to the wrong peoplo. The people who succeed are those,-who make use of each other. . one of tho views they hold lielng cuttle were not Insisted for disease lh.it I .ecu use it is stattxl "Christ lov-"'' there were no stray cattle [ed Martha when they arrived m Winnipeg. He did not know of any place where cattle were longer on tlui roiwl to Winui|k' M,NA,�VS LINIMENT sides have not p,,i,| , uulform prlui to all stockmen. The first session of tho lleef Commission in Latbbrtdge tyus hebl intlio Council ^Mj^torH y>n' Wednesiliiy nmrnlng. A. Mlddlolon of-Coleridge was in the chuir. AM Cumpliell of Argyle, |lun., was tho other commissioner. P. J. Nolan of Calgary wus the officiating counsel and II A. -Craig of Edmonton, secretary. Tlte first witness eulh-d was '1\ \\. Crofts the local manager ftr P. Hums ti Co. Mr. Croft said thai their supply of bwf nnd pork was bought locally hut thnt tho mutton was shipped from Culgury. The prices were higher this year than ami T. A. LI VI NG STON K. MltS. Lot fi, P. |.J. I. I was rurctl of a severe attack of Itheiimntistu ),y MINAHH'S UNI -MF.NT. Mahone Ha.v. JOHN MAPFJI. I wus i-m-ivi of a severely spraimsl leg by MINAIID'H LINIMENT. JOSIII'A. A. WYNACHT. HrUlgewntor. Cleuuing Preaaing E. W. KINGSTON, TAILOR Agent for Dominion Garment Co. LadiW Tailor-made BkirU to measure, and for Crown Tailoring Co. Your own material made up. Repairing Altering 42 whjbie len6th r. r. cars: ,22^FUNNjEdUTIUIU ISSariaf Aamlistt 23 Muir ClMhlS Le Flour TT2? 10 Lovety Lsdiai of PauliUss form in Classic , aa a Orstt Revolviag P�i��sui. 11 Arabian Tumblers , Oelebrateci  351 NOISES, MUSEUM Double Menagerie Rial RomaiTH woiri Scores ol Trained Wild Beasts Pnttv EBNA MARETT Th* P"ly L*�*y la Wis Kalira WorM who throws SOMERSAULTS on tha Nakad Back 9tJ a Swiftly Ruaataa Hersa^ ^ TiNiiriii Inn ehirdt Ricis e^'i�l seals & sea lions H COMPLETE JAPANESE ciicus I SENSATIONAL EQUILIBNIS lily Lidy JipiMti Artists ii Aiirici MO Amtmnlmhlng Aorokmtm HIGHEST JUMPING HORSES A herds-ferforming elephants CAMELS, LLAMAS AND bos INDICOS' CAKE WALKING TRAIHEO IMPORTED ABAKAN STALLIONS vStift (10) FiHil! 10 Niektott RMgh Ritftrt ^shetland pon v ballet M�fis!s� Picards Aariallsls Suprvma 7 Russian Cossacks * suppi garland! entree! >k Srifid STREET-PARADE MILf ;