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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 23, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta RIDGE HERALD m^iiiriN, itiaV mi mimi*. J^JO**AN, S�#t it M Iknirtawrt. ^JfeaCRIFTlON $1 SO m year >3 00 a year more appropriate? *�* satisfactory t>Horned. Chief Jus -*6f the ablest and 11 parties con- J Frank Oliver is a man of the peo-cc 'Sifton is - one ' pie and that is more than can bo moat fair minded 1' W inrUta on the bench; Mr. Stockctt Baa always enjoyed the reputation of ftelng a reasonable and thoroughly practical mine operator ami as for the miner's representative, Mr. Has -on, w� understand he Is a levelheaded' And well inforoaed man, who is *rfat� enough toteallte that there are two aides td ievcry question. The Commission has - an important task toad of it and it )* to be hopedthat a* a result'of Its Investigations re-^M>mmehdatlona will be made that Will ehablethe government to Intro -dace tntnwnt of this Conaitiss-ion Is in nccordnnrc with H. E. PLAYL13 At-'Ul'irrKU. GRAND CELEBRATION AT TABEli Mr. II. E. Playle was charged be-foio Justices Pulmer and Walla-e this week with having in his possession moulds and inatorial apparently for. use in counterfeiting. The Crown contended that tlie circutiwttuncc.s under which Johnston was commit -ted for trial for passing counterfeit coin pointed to Playle being a parly also to having these moulds in his possession, and ttmt, it might be, he had cast the blame on Johnson to shield himself. The defence were able to show that tho authorities 'had no' knowledge whatever ot the I alleged counterfeiting circumstances until informed by Mr. Playle, and that there was no evidence to show 'that the moulds were actually in his possession or that he had knowledge ibf them, while witness swore they Tlie Joke is on Umpire Knowlton. His "limp" landed in the city early Sunday morning, clean played out travelling hard and fast from Bos -ton. After report Ing to President Kobinson, he retired to ivCupernte his wasted energies nnd nerve for the trdenl of the morrow, in a few hours the Salvation Army took their stand Just beneath his Window, pluy-^ ing some of their popular ulrs. The names of strikes and bivlls, awnken-|ed from his peaceful 'slumbers, heard 1he Imnd playing songs of victory. The terrible t(.itli-llashed upon him! j He had slept right through Monday nnd thc'gnme was over; Hastening to find President Robinson he wus profuse in exploitations. - Hut it was no go, "The game whs ovor, lioth-bridge bad won. Itobinson had to umpire the gutitc himself. Hud n hard Job of it, etc.. etc., "Tuesday" morning on me with Monday's duties still to |terform. Feilings more easily imagined thun described. LETHDRID0K, ALTA toil tatatt, faurtnet, Cftntral Afnitt, AiKfltort i Our Insurance Department ; WE REPRESENT: �> o Th� Canada Ufa - AaauraAct Comfiay. | TKcYora%hir� tlrt la� given departed-he- left- a f1000 check 1n her I opportunity of instilling Into the hands. OtW Mtfckeaafea 'Ware never | minds of tho public tho great prln-fjbaMsacd - of ^ much of this world's ciples that are controlling their �f-goqtis nnd after his defeat they lived 'forts in tho nation's behalf. Such Is ..-j.-. - onu j)UrpOSt on} Una -prominent in the government of JDanada,  when the tibcrnls were ^flgihttapf ifor ^responsible (fovernment atadm from some '/of jtlw oW Engliah Tory ideaa. hated .,^p raeofnhta*'tha representatives of ^filjhe.party that nad dona so mych for middle clasaaa of thl* country. fit ~^ Lenders of thought, in all spheres of activity are brought face to facewith the public at tho club dinners or The press reports their speeches in detail, thus making the influence wider ami greater. The geniuses of tho political, social, industrial, religious, literary, and sclen tlflc worlds thus have an opportunity of giving their messages to help build up a true Ufo in these several lines of activity. But the Work of the Canadian Club is not merely that of securing emhw ent men to glvo addresses and assembling together to hear them. Every iiMjiuber of tho Canadian Club 'practically pledges himself to create, foster and extend u, true. Canadian spirit by every effort at his command He undertakes to assist insofar as his judgment will allow in tho realization of the national Ideals placed before hinv from time to time. Ho virtually enlists as the exponent of political purity, of social equality, of -business integrity and of religious liberty. By becoming a member ot the Canadian Club a citizen' shows his synv  pathy with n movement to Increase Canadian patriotism, not of the jingo sort, .but of the higher order, that labors for the best interests of Canada and for'the creation of a high Uw makars- of Canada aariea is- Canadian sentiment of loyalty to i ^ed'hy the'Mbrang'Co. of Toronto, what is good and opposition to ^env should be a voluma devoted to what is evil in Canadian life. It Is $ttuii life of Hlr rtlsnnitar'WsIt � He only as tho members of -the Clubhold fegave as ff^at ajJKl- ajaaful'vervica to ithe larger view of their memoershlp .M^nada mtx SlrkLaoaa^T'fttleyr and |that the Club will fulfill its designed As announced last week In the Herald the O. W. Kerr Co. have purchased a V�rgo tract of land near1 Magrath, the hoUtMf*'of the Alberta Land and Stock Co.. being the property purchased, about 14,000 acres all told. Tho-Kerr Cc. intends fanning sthct land and already has a large steam plowing outfit at work. The expectation -ia to sow 8000 acres ot barley and flax this year." The balance of 4000 acres will, be put into crap next year. The'remaining lO.OOOwili be iHit on the market. The Co.' will erect up-to-date -buildings and 'will make-their farm a perlttanont' feature The faith' that the O. W. Kerr Co. has in Sunny Southern Alberta is the faith of works. out of the arrangement which was pretty well arrived at between himself and the Canadian Press ansoc -tat ion recently. TOO BAD IT IS NOT ALBERTA. A decision was rendered in the statu of Mississippi recently that should bu ot Interest to all shippers nod receivers of freight. If it could be made a precedent in the prairie provinces there would be great happiness among the shippers of grain and WILL SUPPORT AN EI (JUT HOUR DA V. Mr. W. C. Simmons, M.P.P.. for Lcthbridge, is in the city. He speaks j with confidence of tho prospect regard ing the fall wheat in the south. {Around liethbridgo the wheat is several Inches^hlgh. There is no winter {wheat killed in tho south this year. Tho Lethbridgo district was visitedby u warm rain on Tuesday and Wednesday that' will improvo tho crops very much. Speaking of the coal commission, Mr. Sinanomt says that there is plenty ot work to do for it in obtaining information lor the legislation that Is needed to maintain the hurmon  ious relations between the miners and o|>erntors nnd to insure the cense -less operation of the mines. Jlestntes that the minors are anxious for the eight hour law workmen's compensation act and compulsory arbitration and that he will support sUch measures to a finish.-Edmonton Hulk-tin. NEW ROAD TO THE NORTH. Will Puss Through lA-tlibridge on its Way Through to Yukon. Ottawa. May 20.-Application will be made at the next session for un uet to incorporate the "Northern Our Real Estate Department $340 each, 4 lota on London Road. Eaty tern*. $450 each, 3 eor. Iota in block C. Eaty terau. $430 each, 15 lota in Mock C. Eaay Urat $525 each, 2 lota block 42, oac�half caah bnl. enay. $225 per ncre, 30 acrea off �ubdiviaion property. $2100 cath, 2 lota on Boron*** Bond in block 6 SPECIAL ; $3000 buy* 0-roomed nil modern house, on Bnrtlett Z street, one-third cn�h baL eaty. 1 Our Audit Department Wo will shortly bo ablt to audit yomr books, bsae yoor monthly account*, moko your ooBncUoat, AND WE W*LL DO IT SATISFACTORILY. Itwfflpay yon to counts. havo ns look ntW yoor no- tho ivcelvern of frelgttt long delayed, j Empire Railway Co." to construct a Tho Mississippi court-holds that railways-mutffpay demurrage charges to consumers and shippers for un-leasonable delay In'tho movement of freight. No excuse is to bo used in extenuation. If arnllway accepts a