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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 14, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta the aroxE or ouauty/ For a Good Cup of COFFEE try *BROWN' At SO cents a pound it has no oguaL Goods deliTered tne all over the eilj. Nelson Frdser FflONB n LKTHBSIDOE Of Interest to the Fanner AS THE VABMBIt SEES IT. (rairmer's Advocate.) Gossip from Alberta*! Capital EdmoBtoB, Mo'vemUer ll.-^Tha of-Boes of the Albert* ga\�rnnicnt are BOW located In the �ubelaBtial t�in-, porary buildingB adjacent to the site for the pennaiKBt buUdinffa at the old HudRon'M Bay fprtf Hon. W. T. Fialay haa nti from Ma trip to Irelasd. luraeri Hob. W. H. Cuahiag ia hit spaech at the VemillioB haBquet IntiniKted that the AltierU goveniBWBt had ia view the eetabliahment of a (ovara- Take Your Choice and yon will find plenty of Good Fresh Meat to ohoow from. Onr Hams and Bacon are noted for their fine flavor. Pichc&Miron Telephone No. 1 Pursuaat to its umial custom the Caaadian Maaufaeturer'a AnoclatloB IB coBvantioB at Toroato the iMt wcBk la September declai�d Maelf coa vlBoM thai the eouBtry needed higher UriflB. The oateaaible aad very laudible object of higher tariifa ia to nrtabliah muiufaeturiBft plasta to employ labor which ia tura buya ihe produoCa of the farm aad factor}*. But while thia conatituteB a moat te����Ph ayatem ia eaaa tin cotnmeadable theory H ewtii^y �� � bnaka dowB is practice for it doea. haaded maanvf with the people and Bot late into conaideratioa humaa ** Poiirtad out that it waa aelflahaeaa aad avarice. The advaa- Po*"'***" ^� "t'*'"' telegraph wirea tage which high tariSa gives maau- '��� Po'�" of, th� goveraoMBt faoturara ia the home market ie not 'P'>���" Wr�t�m. The coat of iB-uaed to build larger factorlca. to em- ���*  would Bot be ploy mora bmb. to buy more producta the people would he ffivea but rather ia uaed to make rich those the tMmefIt of a competitive ayatam. who at� protected so that inatead of eounm it haa act been definitely enlarging the home market high tar-! underUke the catabliah- ifTs contract it. Manufactuners might  J'rtem but it ia give us a aign that protection benc-i **** govcrnmeBt have the proieot flUed "the people" by aeliing articles ^''^^ " necessary to safe- made in protected shops for less than intereata of the people. . they are offered by foreign manufac-' ' Duek Shooting without a cose of Lethbridge boer or a good supply of mineral waters^ soft drinks in ginger ale and beer or cream soda and irunbrew, would be to spoil the pleasure of your outing. Take plenty of our dalicious bottlod goous along with you and you can't fail to enjoy and appreciate them. Lethbridge Brewing & Malting Company, Ltd. FOR THE BEST SERVICE IN LETHBRIDGE STOP AT THE - , / turers. This is really whait protcc- Lethbridge Board of Trade haS' ask- HOTEL Dallas! WE ARE ADVERTISED BY OUR SATISFIED FRIENDS the Bold .Hrllnflton i| FRED. ROONEY, - PROP. GOOD ACCOMMOOAnlk FOR THE TRAVELING PUBLIC EXCELLENT CUISINE BATHS HOT AND COLO WATER RATES, $l.SO A DAY LETHBRIDGE ALBERTAl For Real Estate values FIRE AND UFE INSURANCE -TRY- N. T. MACLEOD & CO. Lethbridge Hotel Block, Lethbridge. 6. W. KERR CO. ' havfe opened offices in the  Oliver BlocK.. - Room 5 Headquarters Spring and Winter Wheat Lands Come and see the fumous Mafzrftth land, now o'n the market. We have aUo a few choice sections in Warner district. T. S. MeKENZIE. Loeal MMu�r. Herald Ads. Bring Results. tioR is professed to be able to do and ed the govcrnnwht to extend the go-what is expected of it by the consum Provincial Telcphona syAetn from ing classeB who support it. Themis-' Maclcod through that city to Tabcr fortune in connection with our trade and Reliance. It is not unlikely that and tariffs is that we require a cer-,thi8 viork vill be Undertaken licxt tain amount of proteotion to pre- year as Hon. Mr. Gushing announced vent our mi^nufacturing industries that tlie fiystem would be extended from falling into the hands of those east from Macleod to Medicine Hat who are wedded to tins higher proteo-1 some months ago. The people of the tion principles which our manufactur- province may depend upon it that the ers court. We do not want to lie us-' provincial system will tap every city eanquet of the Literary Society of the University of Toronto but was unable to acce|>t. He is one of the distinguishfir. graduates of Varsity. At a Liberal banquet at Uadxic. R.' T. Telford, the local member, roinr-ed to the roads in the constituency and declared that be hud the worst to deal with of any coaHtltnency 'n the province. This year owing to the tion concerning the crops of this di8-| wot seasons it was .alniDs- impossible triet. Any comments that tell of to buiW any roads ond in several the method of securing a good crop cases not one third of tin; grant hnd wil\ also be very acceptable. Also giyc an estimate of the acreage you will have in crop in 1008. " Acres Average Acreage Grain in crop yield for 1903 Winter Wheat ....................................... Spring Wheat ....................................... Oata ................................................... BarJey............... ............................... Flax................................................. Alfalfa ............................................. Total ............................................. Signed .............................. Tp...... Range...... Section.. Trial Catarrh treatments are being mailed out free, on request, by Dr. Shoop, Riicine, Wis. These tests are proying to the [>eoplo-without a pen ny'b cost-the great value of this scicntiric proscription known to druggists overywhery^."- Dr. Shoop's Catarrh Remedy. Solcl by all dealers. Union Labor Hall Lethbridge Thursday, Nov. 14 STETSON'S Original Big Double Uf^CLE TOM'S CABIN The Bufnum o� Thera all iilore Grand Novelties than ever Two Brass Bands and Orchestru Two Funny Marks Two Mischievous Topsies Gorjjeous Scenery with Beautiful Electrical Effects Grand Vision and Transformation Scenes Genuine Southern Cake Walkers Buck and Wing Dancers / Male and Female Quartette Chariots drawn by Handsome Shetland Ponies Col Sawyers Pack Siberian Blood Hounds WitclifDrtlieBli�reetFari!le Prices ti.OO, .75 Tickets on sale at Higiubotbam's THE NEW COAL TOWN Situated midway between Medicine H&tand Lethbridge on Crows Nest Pass Line, C.RR. Townsite on tlie MBrket 1 MontlB Lots to the value of $10,ni soU I GREAT INDUCEMENTS For all kinds of business openings. Ifg $35 to $iop| A SNAP FOR SHORT TIME been ex]Jcnded on that iic--ount. Another great drawba.;K was the scarc-i.y of men and teiM. \r the time of th> r�riiidli-n thi ( lice of Albert i. (lie Province wa-; finiliii:.� t last consolidation viz., that of 1898 and in eight volunics of yearly statutes amending them. On the formation of the province, owing to the fact that copies of the j'carly statutes were exhaijsted, tlie necessity was felt lor a new distribution and in the province of Saskatchewan this was entrusted to a Royal Commission cotnpo.scd of Supreme Court Judges and otliers. but as yet their work has not been completed. In this proviiitx! as well the same necessity was felt, particularly by the justices of the peace of whom there are over JTour hundred in Alberta, .who have hitherto . n.s well as they could wHhout having it Tieforo them in any form, oncksavoriid to administer the law. Prut'tically none of them had any books, e^en the 1898 consolidation, and those who wwro fortunate enough to have it were without the amendments which were out of print and not to be h.-ul. The consolitia-tioii for AUicrta lias been compiled in the dopartniEmt of the Attorney General without the hi-avy expense of a Royal Commission sib in Saskatchc-wun, and but I'oi' llie disastrous fire in the Hulletin oflk\' vould have been in the hiuuls of the public six months ugo. Hy it and hiiving rcfenanoa to the index in it .showing tiow each ordinance is al'fectwl by tho lv->Rislatioii of Allwrta in 190ii and 1907, the | stntiite Inw on any subject comingj under provincial jurisdiction can be' so:?Ji ((rncticall.v u1 ii glanoa. Another feature of the work is thp expal-Icnt cross rtsforunce system in the giMi-eral indax. Tlu: work contains nirte-t.y three onlinancj's being those contained in thi! consoUdation of 1908 and twonty-eiRht imlilic geiiwal ordin rtncus ]inssc(i .sinci! that co'nsolidaition All amnndnientK, cl\iingcK and repeals | arj Hbown in tlie voVumo. A copy of the Allierlu Act, tlic Magna Uhayttt of 11)1^ province, i.s also in�ort;>d ot the firM. of llv vdliimo. For convenience! in i'cfvrcnciv-tiUWfKhncnts aiv found iriscrlecl in .squorc brackets. The work is wurlliy of all ^ to thiy Attorno.v (iciH'riil and his encrRe-tic and painstiikiiig deputy, Sydney H. Woods. For Further Particulars, apply to WM. SALVAGE serious criticism has been offered Oregon by what a recent writer of provement. being spoken of all witb-of the governments actions. Thistle United States tirmed "American out flagraot ofTerise or outrafeoua may be due, to a certain extent, to marauders." But their British Columbia will likely be jw-resented at thai Aloska-Yukon-Fac ry _______ . shrewd com- wcong, and oven markod by mueb the fact that the offlcial opposition ttiercial sense told them that British kindness and humanity, which is - no is practically extinot and that there- statesmen were -Ijeginning to cast mean praise for a monopoly, fore there exists no agency for cnrry eyes at that then little known porting on tl>e work of criticism. JBut, ton ot the world. The directors there under these conditions the ))eople can fore, laid plans to secure their pow- ific Exposition by a Iwilding that hardly be c-vpectcd to withdraw their er while seemingly allowing the grow will cost fifty thousand times as confldencc fru^u the present advisers ing coast to aland upon its own feet, much as the entire province wassoM of the Lieutenant-Governor. j It was a curious coinoldonoe that for sixty years before. Indeed tile -- the man incharge at Downing street British Columbia Day at tho ex ^ It is not only in matters of Icgi.s-'of things colonial in those ciayp was position will likely be on the annl-lation, however, that tlioy Have been Earl Grey, an nnce.stor of the present versary of tiiat day sixty years .be-uctive and wideawake. They deserve govemor-G-cncral of Cnnada. While fore when the govcmmicnt oi Britain .esi)ucinl credit for the way in which snbisfiod with olrtoiiiing practical turaod over 372,680 square miles at they nru enfoicing the law. Whatever sovereignity of British Columihia, for the rate of alx5ut half acent for ev- one may think of tlx.' Dominion anti- a time the company, in its iiegotia-coiiibiiie act under which the attor- tions wiinh Lord Gi\3.y, aimotl far iipy general's department is procsecrica and received a grant tlio post waek, u motion to n;njilh the oiwration of ciHii|(nny ni�turnwl to tho nltock with C. & 15. trains on Sunday, while tlie the nii:)ro stalenwint tiiat it riport of the chief license inspoc- "was willmg to accept thu/t part of tor ju.sit i.sKUL'il shows what constant the tfrri1or.v west O'f the Uocki'Moun notivily Mr. Cross's departnicnt tain.s or oven Vaincouvor Island a-has .shown dui-ing tlie past year in lone," although it rein/arke.s|)iteen verv- .slow indeed ''�;ii�,j3|'^* Writers ami publici.s.t.s at tlio pres- of Lh? Uritish cr,An, ami to the year , following .sottlenvent. At the prc8^i*t'||^ _cnt time, when interest has ojfain ly pajincnt of seven �hillings as rent, time farmers arc coinrwiled to haJalji^ W. H. Cushing's Ijcoome acute in the conditions th>at. The charter, which was dated Janu- their grain a distance of about l^y/j;^ the Saturday sunoundod the purchase of Alaska nry 5 3, 1849, stipulated that the ap- , miles to the nearest market and as^"' from Russia by the Unito:l Stivtes pointmont of a governor was vested a result the area under cultivatfn; made nn cffec-go^'emiiiont chiefly through tlic in - in the crown. It also said that the is small compared to vhat it' wi Alaska-; Itnise of ttiu-islaTWl w:bs "foixjver," will' ut events proved that Mr. Glad - reason "Hon. Air. Cushing tivo review of the provincial a^ilniin- �trum�ntality of tho gmvt M istration's work in his siK-ech nrti the Yukon-Pacific K.xposltion which Vermillion bantp'-^t, part ot which is l-e held at Seattle in 1909, speak of stone and others had much , T,,H�ilai It will be ridiculousl.v small price that lluHsia for their opjwsrtion, and the "fore- , which will trnyerse that particttto^ )x if a road paralleled ^he C. 4b;: say at a di^ance of thirty or.ilor miles. Ona thing ccrtainthe, reproduced in this issue. It ever" became nine >'0ors only. The as a government that docs things nskod for the great white north, that it will up{jv!al to the imoplo. is not generally known tluit a sim- great j'car of gold, 1858, really'saw The record which it has to its credit ilar portion ot the Westlaivd-'tJho por- tho last of the groat monopoly up to date i.s a mo�t enviable one tion now known as British Columbiu such. and but little over two years ha.s -was sold shortly before the Alaska It may lie mentioned that almo.�t passed sinoc it assumed its duticM. purchase, not lor seven milllluns, but iinmctiiatcly after the grant The- legislation which It has initia- for the ontii