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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 16, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta .�-_-^.X-tt^.MR-.1�_^r HBRIDGE HERALD MINTING CO., LTD. .ii. ----- ...v.*...... D. AUSTIN, Editor and Manager. %W. iOROAN, Supl. of Job Department. in A pav i ttises. ADVERTISING. V'or Month  S1.00 Per Inch The I nion is ,i protection to the workin.uliien and it litis u perfect right to exist. I.d>e nil other organization* jt hus lis weak points. Wo do not see why it should compel ; n innn to Join n union or why it should say to Its members you must | not work with � non-union nun. Kv- \ cry mnn should enjoy liberty of net-�Iho Calgary Sews s-iys n w|| Mii |f hj It may tuivo m ......Pg0 the paper be- j(,iHam.t M wU nm| ^ fore many days. . , ... , . , . Ti.o weakness of n great irmnv un- lhc AlfhisW of Agriculture ,s to ^ ^ waceenn. , tha, Ic very warmly commended ......r- , ()t0 { ,c|n ranging to have Prof. Campbell, the wh(> flM aom>w ,11;, w,,sh T|R Dry farming expert, deliver a *eri,� ,y look ftt lhi from t|w t||w of addresses In Southern Alberta. People would remove -their goggles to g(-t n look nt the sprinklers. dust street Mr. Camploll is not a theoretical, hut a practical dry fntmcr and his system has been tested and proved highly successful in most of the western states. Every farmer In this dls-tr ct should make It n point to hear Pr-f. Campbell, when ho visits Loth-rid e. unique character is a l.nwyer. t iilipie because ho refused MOtMO for serUng on a commissiim appointed by the Ontario Ho* eminent. 11 of t-onl, I hut Ik royally upon t-onl Will be live rents n loll, Speaking of the linmlgrntlnn policy Mr. Ollvvr said that the ilepnrtment were only encoiirni;iilg the best class of llrilish and I niied States I mm I -(.ranis. lo whom I hex were paying speeinl attention We are not pushing coin tiietilal iniiiiigrtil ion nl all, ' lie snld, "As a ilNitter of fuel at the present time the ('unit.linn ships are loaded down with ltrilishers. and iilint liMliy; the case we do Hot I c.illed upon tn go lo any trouble to nl tract foreijiners here as we former-l.\ did IWoiv the tide of immigration from the Hrltl-h Isles and the Ignited stati s set in In tireat Itrttitin j�r tir.' given i-vi'iy kiml of encourage luent and the people ore nil very fnv-joral'ly iuclimst to come here and settle. While in I'.uropo we prttrtlrul-!I.v ha>o the tlooi shut in our feces. 'There Is therefore no reason whatever why we should push ourselves in j where we are not wanted, when there � arc places where we are wanted." Holt. Krank Oliver. Minister of the ! "The on'y people to whom wv lire Interior, was in Cnlgnry on Monday joltering bonuses are those who want on his way homv from Ottawa. lie to work on rail.way construction and snys that the IVpnrlmoiit of the In- .feinnles who wish to enter into do-lerlor of the Dominion Uovemment inestie service .They must Iv A 1 Is making extensive investigations >in every res|>cct. All these have .o Into the possibilities of irrigation in be proved sound mentally, morally cortnln purls of the province of Al- land physically, or they are not allowed to laud and are afterwards found unfit they are sent back again. This may seem a very drastic course but it is lo give the pen- is il not about time those street sprinklers e ,.|-tf put into commission'' Our winds aii' pletisaiil if it weiv not for the dust. When this disagreeable part of our experience can be omitted, b might to be done Hon. Frank Oliver it Back. oiiniNATioN uni'VsKit. Alberta is having n heresy alTalr of lis own. A young preacher, Mr. (Itiyrtt't ii - graduate lit arts mid theology from McMnster College of Toronto Was to he* oitlnliiisl as pastor of I'onokn Ihiptist Church. The elder brethren (piestiotuil the young hrothor dellgeiilI.v ns to his orlho-iloxy and other ipialillcations to lie the leader of a (lock. Cnfortunately for the success of the ordination service, the young nian had ventured Into Independent research and told the assembled brethren that he j)e-Moved that the theory of Paul and I Christ, that there was no need for an I atonement, and that he believed in tip o)ion com n.|im I on and in the tilt lum lo universal salvation of all men. The older heads of the church finally decided that the young graduate "was hardly ready for ordination, espec -ially us he s.ild he was still tndoubt regarding iikiii.v mailers. The congregation nt Poiioka is staying by their prencher and desire him to remain ns their pastor though not ivcogniwd by the Church Councils All the llnptist preachers wove present, including Hev. \V. Ilelrl of this city. 0fficc�0tt Block Phone V)7 Sheith aathels LUTHDIttDQE. ALT A. RmI Estate, Inturancc, Central Agentt, Auditors point of view. A tr.m whoso name should printed In red letters on the pages of berta and Saskatchewan, history is living in St. Thomas. On- ;\ force of men tire now going over tario. Its name is Thorn ts W. tlint district iK-tweoit Hetl Doer river Crothers awl woitdor/ul to say thisnm| the How river, north of the Modi! to take Hudolphe Ijcmieux. PostmAS-r Oe or-1 of Canada, will make a thc UMn,y nm| sni(| |h' lie\l si-ss-miii of the lji'i;l�l,il hit del nl.oiil as nun h as aiivihinir i" pm i  miners in pooii hiniioi ttit.i Ih.* \\tt\ for a ptomii! *-�.l I i, iu.-it 1 aiel iin eHI't> re turn to work. cine Hat district. I poll their reports the policy of the administration will (le goveniisl to a certain extent Mr. ivtmiicd (HUer is of the opinion that other mutters in connection with the irrigation problem must Ih> seriously considered lofmv the ndmitiist rat ion likes action of its own. for in se\ -i'rtil i>s|n>cts irrignlion is an experiment . "I here niv nnuv tipplirn I ions (or .iier rights for iaml. than I here is (.nt ei niiiei.t Ii we had nin thing to tl.� with the roiiferriim nf Kuighi-liooils we would siv that in the next list of ltii|nod on the day U-foix' he left Ot- should orifoni/.e a Horticultural So � tuw.t for the West These coal ivgu- jci.-ty ,.ii.l . oinlni I n cnmpaiKii 'or hiilons. it will !� roiiiendieivd. were 'the l��aulii> ing of the privai,. prop- kus|M>tHled .urly in March Hereafter t-rtx in the city. INery besutiful ,|u. Ooverninetil sell no coal lands city has such a society and ��>'* /rhi-y lease coal rights lor -Jl years igood accomplished cannot 1H- ealcu  ,, SI mi at, m-ri-. There is a limit luted. All I liltt is needed is lo get pie at the other end a warning that ice want no undesirables in Canada, and cannot be forced to accept any. "\t the pre-nit time we are easily nolo to mi all ihe demands made up-I�n us for l.iiboi In Ontario we are j inpply injr all I he larm laborers neces-]sar,\. mul this ,s I elng done to the | Mil isfect ion oi both tIn- employer uiul I the i>mph>\ s'i .\ on �ee that We ire making civil strides towards solving 'he problem of populating iigli! kiml of pen pie." Mr Oli\er r.ieire.l to the tpieslion of ml way la' or and ' Iw' f,�ar �xpix'ss wl sot)), moiille- ago about the famine in ii ll wa- leared that rail-�ay biiililmg mithi 1 e handicapped in Ills way lb- hoped that this might is- m eivotee entirely by'the iiumigratimi iioin llreat llritain. Sir William Muloek mini'1 some very sensible suggi*.itlolls to the tinners and o|KTators, in his address at the close ol the conference which brought about |H-nre. His ni|\ ic- to the operutois Hint they shonbl imi ivgtdnl" the output oi the mines by the liuinber oi cars they could get. but on the other hand, should u-tiniie at VM>rk. il there wa- u car shortu'ie aitd store the coal so thai the in.ii would have st.-.nly worl: and the possibility uf a liiel famine avoided, will l� endorsed by ih�- public. The operators as well ub ihe men. should rca'izo that the coal mines must ier e tho people and in oi-iter to carry out that idea they must always ha\e a supply of this great fuel on hand. The cur shortage cry has been used as an excuse in many Inst'incos but there is no reason why work In the mines nhould c-avi on thot account. In fact thoiv is u necessity at this very moment lor the mines to be operating at lull strength In order that coal may bo turned out so an to moot tho demands of the people when plenty of cars aro to be secured The railroads ought to bo ublo lo calci'l-io U'e nun^bor of cars required to h ndlo the- output of the mines If t'ey are not tho Railway Com-iii'-sf n shou'd stop in and solve the tiro lem for them. Then the railways should be compelled to supply all the cars necessary and if thoy failed to do so a heavy penalty ought to be imposod. It is time the railroads Wol'd made to lealt/o thut the |ieoplo wero boss of uttuirs in this country. |ioopl�' interested. Any one who has experienced the extplisite pleasure �f a self-made or self superiulenil.Hl lawn or garden will never negleet it. The > an ti tin I ra I or of ilillenuices with their ] i employvr�. which is much Is-ilei llinn putting their coiiIiiImih e in WiiMhesier rides If M.'icIj-oiI g�'ts the Provincial , Asyiuin. it will he an easy mailer lo | itak.. can- of its iiewspa|m-r men who jal-e si.nenng from l.�lhi.ridges de-montia. or CPU. and tti\isiotiiiV (miiii i.raiii-sturms. I'le- hi-n�ry of nations ami cities | Is \\ lit I en ill the li^os of their citi-j /.ens rii,. death of William Stafford removes one whose life has Ims-ii close ly associated with the history of 1 etlibrid^e. Twenty/ho years ago. he c.iiiie here as the first su|m>rlllteii-dent oi mines, and It,is seen under Ins own sii|s-rvi.sion and thut ol otlu-is. tlie little shaft in the coulee develop into the grout mlnojt ojierat-ed by the Albortu Hallway and Irrigation Company to-day. with the o|H>ration which the history of Loth-bridge has been so closely allied. Al-wuys welj and favorably known, Ihe estcvm in which ho wus hold was but feebly attested by the large crowds thut attended the obsequies to pay their last tribute of respect. plllced upon these at four sort ion*., such surface rights as an- found to le tiovossitry fin the produci ion of the coul at *?1.0 nil acre. After one year the (Sovernilient Ik'piu-tiuciil has the right to give the lessee one y. ar's not lie that coal nnist be pio-tlucetl or the lease will In- i a nr.'lie. I, Wool.I.I.V Mil.I, SOLD. ohusor for sub-division purposes I (jivo local ion. price nnd best tl tonus. Bos S. Herald OlHce. ! |>  V �' > Our Real Estate Department $340 each, 4 lots on London Road. Easy terms. $450 each, 3 cor. lots in block C. Easy terms. $450 each, 15 lots in block C. Easy terms. $525 each, 2 lots block 42, one-half cash bal. easy. $225 per acre, 30 acres of subdivision property. $2100 cash, 2 lots on Baroness Road in block 6 4> A Not Merely a Question of Dollars and Cents SPECIAL $3000 buys 6-roomed all modern house, on street, one-third cash bal. easy. Bartlett Our Audit Department We will shortly be able to audit your books, issue your monthly accounts, make your collections, AND WE WI*L DO IT SATISFACTORILY. It wfll pay you to have ut look after your accounts. The trouble with tho mine operators, u.s veil .is the hen (Is ol other of our great indiistrial concerns, is thai lliey fail to consider the interests of lluir men from the humane standpoint Instead they look ol everything from tiie standpoint of the almighty dollar. Would it not l.u worth while eNperiiueiiting in a new way with tho toilers? Why not give them a holiday, as Sir Wiliium Muloek says and not force them to lay oil for a day uvcry wook or so. That makes tho men dissatisfied. On tho other hand if thoy worn offered a week's vacation and trontod like tho men who work_ in stores und olllces, would they not be hotter sntislled with conditions? Would not tho pos-bibility of industrial troubles be les-Konod-.1 Would not the Crows Nest Coul Co. huvo boon Iw-lter oiT if ii hud pdiil a slightly .smaller dividend In its Klinrelinltlers and used their ein ployves u wee hit )>eUi�r'.' Tho workingmiin hus his faults, too. In many casus ho never considers the Interest of his employer, iio handles the machinery ho works with MucLood's offorts to attain groot  nosa, are frantic in tho extreme A few wacki ago, the Advance got the > idea that MacLeod would arise over \ tho nshes of Letbbridgo's hopes of tho high fcvol bridge and tho dlvis- [ ional point. JJut tiu\C.I�.n. olllclals j refused to supply tho foundation ol -their hones, although some still cling , to them, the wish lieing father lo the hoiie within. Xoi having lA-lhhridgo'M blasted j ho|h-n upon which lu build up great- , uess. ihe to�u is trying to secure a foundation on I heir own stoiie-lloap. tho cairn under which lie buried ancient dnmins of greatness. Tho re- , noil goes out that MacLeod y assess- j iiK'iif is d'Jiihlo of last your- The I only wonder is that it is not trlplo- I One man bought lots from the town for Sid" u few months ago. To-day thoy are assessed for SUilO. lie offers to sell them buck to Ihe town for S'JOi). Another propony purchased lor SU.'iii und listed with ivul es-tnte men ut b3'J."i is assessed nl S00O This is surely municipal high flnnnco. This is one way of attaining great -ik-ss in tho uewbpa|k>rs. Uut what will the liitu-puyers say when tlv:> tax bills are made up. Will not then records of growth printed In To Sub-divide About 40 ucres close to the city wanted for sub-division purposes, "by purchaser with 5,0(10 ensh to pay down. C-iivo loontion, price nnd boat lornm. Box S, JTornlil Oilico. There is no person who will deny that it pays, from a financiu] standpoint, to own his own home. But this haviug a homo of your own is not ulonc u question of suving. Aside from the dollars and conts view, lhere enters into it the t lenient of comfort, satisfaction and feeling of independence which therein in knowing that the house yon live in is yours; that you are peruianeutly located: tliat your children will be reared in it and it becomes endeared to them; that whatever improvement you make upon the property will remain yours and will increase the value of it just that nituli, We have established fnatiy clients in Homes of their own. To others wc have sold building lots that have proved gilt ed�ed investments. We profess to be expert authorities ojj real istatu values in Lethbridge and if you are afall interested we want you to consult ub. l''or instance, wo can bell yon lots iu the very heart uf the city for $JJ.*>0 each on easy terms. List With Us Business Property Wholesale " Residential " Farm Ranch Your House Insure With Us t4- Your Business " House " Furniture " Plate Glass s^ THE C.B. Bowman Agency Post Office Block List your property with ub. Lethbridge Phone 200 Your business relations with us will be satisfactory. This we guarantee. YOU WILL KEEP ON DEALING WITH THE FIRM. A ;