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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 14, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta Or Interest to AS THE FARM KM SEES IT. (Farmer's Advocate.) Pursuant to its usual custom the Canadian Manufacturer's Association in convention at Toronto thp laat w�k in September declared itself con vinocd that the country needed high-or tariffs. The ostensible and wry taurflbfe object of higher tariffs la to Gossip "si ; Capitalj Edmonton, November 11,--The offices of the Alberta gauornment are now located in the substantial temporary buildings adjacent to the nice for the permanent buildings at the old Hudson's May fort* Hon. W. T. Flnlay hae returned from his trip to Ireland.  Hon. W. II. Cashing in his speech establish manufacturing plant* to th� Vermillion banquet Intimated employ labor which in turn buys the ihmi lh* Albert*, government had in products of the farm and factory. jvtew th* publishment of a govern-But while this constitutes a most mcnt *c|e*�nn sysUjm in case the commendable theory H entirely l>*v�t* companies acted in a high breaks down in practice for It docs manner with the people and not take into consideration human* P"**' P****** ottt * WM selAshness and avarice. The advan-' t� string telegraph wires tage which high tariffs gives manu- **on* ih� Pok* ol th F * P- - - ^----^ �- - �- f.�? 1 THE NEW COAL TOWN Take Your Choice and you will find plenty of Good Fresh Meat to choose from. Our Hams and Bacon are noted for their fine flavor. Piche & Miron Telephone No. 1 faeturers in the home market in not used to build larger factories, to employ more men, to buy more products but rather is used to make rich those who are protected so that instead of enlarging the home market high tar* iff* contract it. Manufacturers might give us a sign that protection bene* Attic) "the1 people" by selling articles mario In protected shops for less than they arc offered by foreign manufacturers. This is really what protection is professed to be able to do and extended cast from Maclcocl to Medicine Hat some months ago. The paople of the the value sold tion principles which our mnnufactur- province may deixmd upon it that tho ers court. We do not want to he u.v' provincial system will tup every ilty J GREAT INDUCEMENTS v >:� * * * rj v * 'ion > 0:0:0:0:0:0:0 ed to help Americans develop u trade in Kuropc, Australia, South America ami the uttermost parts of the mirth. Kven now, however, then* :s a suspicion that we are over secure. village and town In the province as rapidly as the lines can be constructed. For all kinds of business openings * - Duck Shooting without a case of Lethbridge beer or a good supply of mineral waters, soft drinks In ginger ale and beer or cream sods and iron brew, would be to spoil the pleasure of your outing. Take plenty of our delicious bottled goods along with you and you can't fall to enjoy and appreciate them. Lethbridge Brewing & Malting Company, Ltd. FARMKttS FILL THIS^S. In order to obtain an accurate rc-. port of the acreage in crop this year] untes of Varsity. ami the yield of grain in this district the Herald, resi>cctfutly requests the fanners to fill out the form below, sign, and return to The Herald. It is tho purpose of The Herald to publish these statements that our read* Hon. C. W. Cross wns invited to attend the annual banquet of the Lit-erary HocIet y of the Vn i vcrs\ ly of Toronto but was unnbV to accept. He is one of tho distinguishT*, grad- LOTS SOLD ers may got authoritative inform a- At a Liberal banquet nt Lariuc. R." T. Telford, the local member, rehired to the roads in the constituency and declared that he hud the worst to dcnl with of any constituency 'n the province. This year owing to the SNAP FOR SHORT TIME tion concerning the crops of this dis-J wet seasons R was .ilmo*: impossible to build any roads and in several cases not one third of the giant hnd been extended on that nc-ount. Another great drawba*.K was the scaix-tj of nwn and to 11 \. trict. Any comments that tell of the method of securing a good crop will, also be very acceptable. Also give an estimate of the acreage you will have in crop in 1908. FOR THE PEST SERVICE IN LETHBRIDGE STOP AT THE For Further Particulars, apply to DALLAS Grain Acres Average Acreage^ At the time of th� f*(r'ojti n ih in crop yield for 1903 j .ire of Albert. 1 tho iSnf.in law  ii*.� Province ua* fiiiiin t *+ t*m Winter Wheat.......................................Mast consolidation viz., that of 1808 and In eight volumes of yearly stat-Spring AVheut.......................................1 utcs amending them. On the formation of the province, owing to the Oats ...................................................] fad thnt copies of the yearly statutes were almof>t cxhausUHl, the nec- BarJey WE ARE ADVERTISED BY OUR SATISFIED TRIENDS Flax essKy was felt for a new distribution and in the province of Saskatchewan this wns entrusted >to a Royal Commission composed of Supreme Court Alfalfa .............................................1 judgrs nnd others, but as yet their work has not l>*en comple*ted. In Total .............................................' this province as well the same neces-| sltv whs felt, particularly by the jus- 1 +9*+99*9*9999**9*99*99 *99999**W1W999V9**9 serious criticism has boon offered Oregon hy whnt a recent writer of provemont, being spoken of a* with- out flagrant wrong, and ofTcnse or outrageous even marked by much Signed Tp...... Range...... Section....., Cbc flrlinai FRED. ROONEY, - PROP. GOOD ACC0MM00A ri6*N FOR THE TRAVELING PUBLIC EXCELLENT CUISINE BATHS HOT AND COLD WATER HATES, $1.50 A DAY Trial Catarrh treatments are being niuiied out free, on request, by Dr. Slump, Ritcine, Win. These tests are proving u> ihe pei�pl**-without a pen ny's cost-ihe gma value of tliis seientiAc pivseription known to druggists ever>where,"* Dr. Snoop's Catarrh Reiurdy. Sohl by all dealers. tlees of the pence of whom there are nduKMHH whh-h were out of print' ,al"m- however, that they have been Knrl Orey. an ancehtor of the pnesitnt and not to he had. The consnlida-! Iirl hv 1111,1 w"^w*^- Th^' tUswrve govern.ir-c;efore. Indeed ttoo British Columbia Day at tho ox-those flnys was position will likely be on the anniversary of that day sixty years bo-fore when the government of Britain turned over 372,080 square tulles at LETHBRIDGE ALBERTA: Union Labor Hall Lethbridge Thursday, Nov. 14 For Real Estate values FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE TRY MACLEOD Lethbridge Block jrmut) f KERR CO. STETSON'S Original Big Doublo UNCLE TOM'S CABIN The Uiirnum of Thorn all More Grand Novelties than ever Two Brass Bands and Orchestra Two Funi.y Marks Two Mischievous Topsies Gorgeous Scenery with Beautiful 1 have opened offices in the Oliver BlocK, Room 3 Headquarters Spring and Winter Wheat Lands Come and sec tho famous Magrath land, now on the market. We have also a few choice sections in Warner district. T. S. McKENZIE, Local Manner. Handsome Herald Ads. Bring Results. Eliwtrioul Effects Grand Vision and Transformation See lies > Genuine Southern Cake Walkers Buck and Wing Dancers / Male and Female Quartette Chariots drawn by Shetland Ponies Sawyers Pack Siberian Blood Hounds r I Watch Yor the Big Street Parade Prices $1.00, .75 Tickets on sale at Higmbotbam's tho fVpHrtmnH nf ihe .VtUirney (Ion-*tiiI without the houvy vxpptiRj of a Hoya) CommlHsinn ns in Suskntche-wiin, unit lnu tin' die disnstrous Tun? in thji Ilullcliii *�fll**  voulil have ht�.*n in tho hands (if the puhlio six months UKn- 1VV' it hnvlnjf N-fcivno  to lhi� index in h showinjf how each or-(liniuuv1 is affiH't^-it l>y tln> l.^islat ion of AllMTtn in \Mtu\ and 1*.m>7, tho Ktutulo law on any suhuvt tinning iiihIot provini'iul jurlmJiot ion oan lio w:�n iinu-tioally at a ^laiuv. Another iVatiuv of th.* work is 1 ho U'tit tntsH r.�f�T,�nro syHtPin in tho grn-oral iad.'X. The work contains ninety three onlinaiu'-'s boiiifif those ron-taim�(| in th�� rotisolhlut Ion of 1uos and twenty-ei^ht pnldic ^nn*ral ordin aii'vs passed sim.* thul constdidmion All omeiidmeiits, changes nnd repeals ar.* siiown in tin* \oUune. A c' of the Alherta Act. tho Mitfftm rhurlu of tl�.' proviiu'.'. is also inH.'rt"tl at tin1 iirsii of tiu- \uluiije. For convenience in reiVivmc- uiu^ndiiM*ntK a.iv found ifiH.-ried in Hqitare brackets. 'J'he work is worthy of all oeaise toj th*" Attorney i;*-iummI and his oner^e-lio and painsiekiitg deputy, Sydnoy n. w*H�ds. tliey are cnfoiviiitf tho law. AVhal�vor sovoroignity of llrll Ssh ColunuiHa, for the rato of u1>out half a cent for CV- one uui> think of tlw* Duminiun anti- a ti�� t'he company, in *'lH t�egotin- cry -thousuntl square mik*�. coiidtine act under which the at tor- lions wii'th L.nnt (iwy, aiiiKtl far ue> ^'m,ti)1's Uoparttuent is prot\->eloifios,'1 th** trouii promptly susikukI.--I samo olis.'rvation appliow tu the ac- refer tion luring tak>! ^ P - nil - t. t 74' '1 Hy C. II K. AwijUith. W r'i t ers a m I puhlicists a-t 11 w \ 1 res -^�ut time, when inU'tvst has �g�iu Speaking of Hon. \V. II. Cushing's l^conui acuto in tho conditions that Tho churter, which was ilatwd Junu-addrcKs at Vermillitm Iho Saturday Hurroundod the ptirchasv* of Alaska ury Kl, i�4y, frtiptdnted -that tho ap-Nown says:- from Kukkiu hy the Cnitod Static "lion. Mr. Cashing mado an ottoc- Bovonune-nt chiefly through tho in-tivo reviow of til*- provincial Tylmin- wtrunu*ntality of the giv.it Aluskn-istration'h a*�rk in hi� speech iut, tho Yukon-J'acinc Reposition which will Vermillion hampnH, part of which is ho hold at Seattle in liu�( speak of stone utui otlu�i*h reproduced in thm Ihhud. It will lie ridiculoviHl,v small price that HuHhia for 1)k*Iv oppowiliott as a government that j>1o. is not gvnorally known that a khi�-Tho ivcord which it has to its credit ilur lK�t�tion of the Wosttnivdr-fho por-up to date is a mo�t enviahlo one t'on now known afi British (*oluni'bia and hut little over two years has ^-was solil shortly hefore tha Alaska pointiniont of a govt�rruir wu� vostt^l in tho crown. It �!su srtix�ar of gold, 1858, really tho last of tho great monopoly such. It nuiy *ho in'oUon^U that almost Tho sa w as  High Uiver Tilws.-The necessity of railway communication bcCweon lA-thhrid^ north through, 'to Calgary or f*headle is a foregone conclusion and it is to he sincoroly hoped that the petition signed by/the fanners tx>siding in thv� particular country through which a road is asked for will rcooivo not only u*rlo\iK cotisldor ft'tion by tlio 1*. H. but prompt ac* tion on tho part of that corporation, Kor tho past two or 'thtvv years tho sot tiers havo tilled tho soil and raised huiu|>?r crops, but tho oxtromoly long hauls to marke-t rendering farming unprofitable, and most Uisagreq-abk.�. It is an old and truo saying that railroads follow settkuiiont, but in this particular instance tho railway has boeti very Mow indeed in following KottloiiCTt. At tho prosaivi v.v r tiino farmers are comj^llod to haul: thoir gruin a distance of about 50^ milos to the noarcst market and asv a result the area under cultivation $ is small coiuparvd to what H would,, bo if a road puralloled t *n The- legislation which i-t has initta- for the onliro sum of seven Hritlsh tod has met with u ineasuru of sup- shillings, or in Canadian coinage, port which seldom falls to tho lot of ono dollar and sixty-trig'Ht uuits. any govorning body. It is litorally i'h'is was in )S1u. Tho Hudson's nux