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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 28, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta News from The Hat (Hy Our Own Correspondent) CONSEttVATtVK CltOlCK FOU riiv. nimsd The Conservatives of Medicine Hat nro well satisfied with the choice of Mr. C. A. MURrnth its candidate for thin division of the Dominion* realizing' that n strenuous flgHt? Is nhend of them, they wisely refrained .from nominating another gontiejnnn whom R'^Svns freely stated v qultl become the prospective candidate. , THE LIBERAL J�AftW Tho members .of the Liberal party arc on the "Qui sVivo" and. will Roon be in good working trim. A meeting is to be hold at tho Hat on Nov. 2o. Events will then quickly follow each other, although Iho election is m future event. Soma Jlvcly times may bo looked forward There are rumours to a large exleYit in the Liberal camp but those muy to a large extent be discounted. THK MAYORALTY* Humor is busy that , A, C. Haw-is being tried hard for the mayoralty chair but this gentleman has made It Very apparent that ho does not covot Iho honor. AN lNKXPEMKNCKO F.NG1XEKH. One of the einlgrnnts to this coun- | try elevated himself from laborer to�( engineer without the sanction of the powers that. l>c on the C.1ML for on Thursday last an engine n.en season i'or iV-h i:. n > ::iore and now we want to eo tKlrnj wors? than ever. Isn't that nafintl'' "Why," asks a much tried caller, "can't every woman have her rccep-tioa days and her street name and number on her card, and save her friends time and pa fence, trying to hunt them up? It's a prime plena of conceit of mind to presuppose In such a strctched-out place as Kdmonton that we all know where to lay our hand on them." To which t call "hear, hear," tho duties of calling are sufficiently ardu ous without any extra work being added to them.-Peggy. -In Edmonton Saturday News. It is easy to smile v winning. Inn the wop.I who can keep right on losing. I l-VS 11 sli:i::llj I are mil 11 while inn 111 mi 1111111111 m 111 inn 11 t-mn i i-i + in 11 i-u n i in 11 nw Etlmonlnu, Nov. 28.-lion. W. T. rinlny, Minister of Agriculture, is hack again ami Is giving the ninny Important mivtlvrs In. conneWlon with his department close\ittentlon, .Mr. Finluy Is alive to the needs ol the fanners of the province anil is ever watchful of their interests. His department has done much already lo warrant the sympathy of the agricultural community. The establish incnt and successful conduct of tho government creameries and poultry fnt'tcuing stations have ennUed tho farmers to get exceptionally good prices for their butter and ponltrj- considerably better, than they would have got bad they hnndled tho snlo of these products of the farm private Then tho department has hud a travelling diary ol the road instruct lug the farmers lit a wry important feature connected with the farm. Exited Judges have visited the prlnci pal fairs ami gliett the farmers a proper idea of the advanced methods iVicm animals. " An export on dry farming visited parts of Southern Al of disling.ii.shing the fine points of Isn't a where information on tlljs^ system of dealing with the soil on tho senti-nrid halt, j8 invaluable and as iv result of the Interest arousal then it is more than likely it demons!ration farm will lie established lit Medicine Hal. Mr. Finln.i's record on behalf of the agricultural interests does not end here in fact, it would take a column or so to merely mention the it re it Held his department has covered during the two yours of its exist-ciic. In addition to the matters we lime mentioned there nn* I he nppivnt. iii.-Mt of the lk were sure of a fair deal and honest administration. And a government that In only two years of power hail taxed the railways of tho country, had built public telephones and hud prosecuted the lutn-t>er combine must be satisfactory to tho people of Alberta. Bow Island Latest Townsite On the Market Bow Island is situated on the Crow's Nest line of the C.P.R., 37 miles from Taber and 45 from Medicine Hat, in the centre of a rich farming and ranching district. Coal and Gas There are already two coal mines. Gas boring outfits owned by the C.P.R. and the Southern Alberta Land Co. are now in operation. Irrigated Lands Bow Island will be the headquarters of the Southern Alberta Land Company's Irrigation System now being constructed. Get In Early Twenty-nine lots sold in 3 days. Choice locations are being snapped up. UTS SHI FROM $25 TO $19 Oil EASY TERMS St Bow Island, Alta. The Attorney-General's Department is nut wasting any of the people's money. This is evident in the prosecution of the lumber combine. The entire work of tho crown Is in the hnnds of the Deputy Attorney General of the province and all he gets for his services is his salary. In cases of this kind in other provinces counsel not connected with the department are engaged and consequently big bills of costs are run up. Mr. Cross believes in utilizing the services of the salaried officials of the depart mcnt and the vigorous and ablo way in which his deputy, Mr. Woods, is handling the case shows that tho province is getting the very best of service-fully as good if uot better than it would have if it engaged counsol as is the custom in otlier pro vinccs. Think of it: In Toronto, whoro there are two registry offices, it has lieen possible for one of the registrars to reap on income yearly of $S>,000. Not so in Alberta. Hero snlurl are paid ami the fee system is not known. The salaries, are little over half for the entire province of what is1 paid one registrar in Toronto. Now if the Alberto government wanted to.huve a few fat Jobs to offer supporters it would have retained the feo system but it doos not work along thut line. Instead it aims lo give tho people a good service, unci employ people to direct thot sorvice on a business basis. It pays its officials what they are worth and not a cent moro. Tho people of Alberta jdiould keep this in mind. The government's long distance telephone system is now in working order from I^icomlie to Stottler, with the following nit's from Lncomlie out: Lacombe lo t'higv�dl, 10c: Valley fity. Kic: Tees. 20c; Alix. 2fic; Content, 'j:>c; Krskine, CJOc; Stettler :i.-ic. The Cnnnilinn Courier says: The most Itenignunl and far-iwaching enterprise that hiis lxvn born out of the provinces of Western Cannda is the university recently foundei' in Al-l)erta. It is lo be ho|md that Saskatchewan's promise to follow this ex ample, will be promptly filled. The atmosphere of North America from the Isthmus to the Arctic Ocean is as different from that of Kurope as is Kurope's unlike Asia's. There is a free henrtedness about our institutions that stimulates great achievements and anchors the hope of democracy. In Mexico it is the commonweal Hi institutions thut are most potent. - In the b'nited StntCB it is tho State universities that ara fast assuming Iho educational burden of the country. Vale, Harvard ami Col umbiti are corporation colleges found etl on the principles of Oxford and tho ^sturdy Knglish Schools. But those universities thivt have hud the most remarkable growth are the M-ale institutions such as tho Univer si ties of Michigan, Illinois, Wisconsin, Minnesotu, Iowa, Kansas and California. They rest upon tho people of their respective States, and tho sMf-imposcd tux of a commonwealth will nevor fail. mcT. The Prime Minister has made nn occasional trip west, since he became Premier but he has not toured the country since his memorable trip prior to the general elections of 18-UU. Ills trip next year will be a triumphal march. The people of the west are euger for the opportunity to display their loyalty and udmira-tion for the chieftain. The thousands of new settlers want to s�-e and hear this great and gifted man about whom they hove heard so much. Only the other day the Morn ing Post, one of the great Knglish journals, hud this to say of Camilla's Premier: "No statesman could have accomplished as much in the short space of a lifetime ns the great French Canadian, who combined Originative eloquence unsurpassed in llrillsh history with the charm and courtesy of tho cultivated French man. In addition to preference. 1m-lieriul postage, Pacific cable partnership and recent postal reform nro till placed to the credit of Sir Wilfrid Lnuricr's administration. Cnrdston, Magrath, Raymond, and Taber ns well as Lethbridge. One of the regulations in connection with the construction of the Grand Trunk Pacific is that liqjior shall not l'c sold within a certain numlior of miles of thu railroad during its construction. This was necessary its it is in Manitoba and Ontario there is nothing in the law to prevent a hotel, with a license to sell liquor, being established nt every construction camp. In Alberta the situation is totally different ns the license law absolutely prohibits a liceftSe being ! granted in a pluce with less than forty dwelling houses. As will bo readt'v understood none of tho construction camps nor even the new towns along the lines in Alberta will be able to conform w,th this regulation in our license laws and consequently there will not lie tiny lioens-mI liquor premises on tho Of T. P. That is where our law is far In advance of tho other provinces. W. A. fgehanan, who enmc from l.elhbridge early in the year to organize the legislative library, has completed his task and will return to the Southern CKy and cstanlish n daily edition of his paper, Tho _ Herald. During his connection with the librury Mr. Duchanan has added i some exceedingly valuable works on j the history, from earliest times, of | Western Canada as well as many-books of reference that will lie of greut service to tho memlicrs of the legislature. However his most important work has been in organizing the library. A visit this summer to libraries in the east enabled him to gather information at first hand ab- Alhcrto will derive a revenue of at leaal 800,000 from tho tax on the C. P. It. branch linos this year. This Is a new source of revenue, nnd was providtd for in a bill passed at the last session of the legislature. ntltlUATlON KAitxixas Alberta Hallway & Irrigation Com-pnny ltecommend Dividends London, Nov. 25.-At a mooting of the Alberta Itailway &. Irrigation Co. the Chairman expressed the hope that common shares would lie planed on a dividend paying basis In 1U08. The company is in a very satisfactory condition. Tho directors recommend that deferred ordinary stock lx> placed' on an eight per cent, basis and lllllllllllllllllllll *l H-H-t-H~H-H-W 1111 It 111111111| 11 M|| | f 1111 Premier Itutherford wus elected a momber of the Kxecutivo of tho National Tax Association. He attended the proceedings of this body at Columbus, Ohio. One of the important mutters brought up was the need of uniformity in state nnd municipal taxation. He found Canada wus a-head of the States in this respect. Duncan Marshall In tlte courso of a speech at tho banquet to Dr. Mcln-lyre, M.P., at Strathcona last wook, compared tho feeling in tho provinco towards Premier Hutherford to that Commissioner Coombs, the head of tho Salvation Army in Canada, was in the city last ueek and while here interviewed members of tho provincial government in regurd to the Ar-1 my's immigration plans. The Cabin ot ministers realize the splendid work of the army In this respect and it is not unlikely thnt thoy will odor to assist all tho people jthoy may send to this province-not financial assistance but assistance towards scouring employment. The government would lie warranted in encouraging tho cIuhs of immigrants sent out under army auspices as they Include men and women who at tho start would be abl� to act as (arm hands and do mostics and everybody realizes tho need of such classes of labor in tho province. The Commissioner said: "We are not bringing men or women of tho criminal class. This you will out tho conduct of- Parliamentary li- the preferred, ordinary on a six |icr brnries and he will submit a report cent, basis. The net earnings show to the government making sugges- nn increase of $180,2.*it. tions as to the best system for this - 1 province. Mr. Iluchanun has been In K'"P sweet! the newspaper work oil his life and -- now liiat he hns completed his la- | The heart that harbors' hate ia nev bors hero ho is delighted to return to er a home for happiness. the editorial desk. I --- -  1 I lliepnntanco professed for iho pur- Arthur H. Hamilton, low clerk in of getting Into u posit:-vi u. do tho Attorney-tionerars department.' it again ddea not iucouhi f->r ntiy-has beon appointed registrar of the hing. Lands Titles district of Calgary succession to .ludgo Winter, very capable man. in He is a A tickling cough, from any cause, is quickly stopped by Or. Snoop's Cough Cure. And It is so thoroughly harmless and safe, that Dr. Shoop tullH mothers everywhere to understand when I toll you that out give It wltliout hesitation even to of tho -10,000 already brought to very young babes. Tho wholesome Canada, not more than five have glv green leaves and tender stoma of a en us any trouble. And wo keep lung-healing mountainous shru�, fur- watch, on all of them." Nest yoar tho nlbh the curative properties It Dr. army fully expects to bring to Can-Snoop's Cough Cure. It ca.iiis Lht. ada 25,000 puopjo. Ten boats have to hoali aching lungs. The .^p.in^.ii'ls boon chartered. Tho first load of call this shrub "tlieh the 1'ietor uses passengers totalling some thousand "Tho Sacred Herb." Di-nnd Dr. iiersons will gM l� -� all dealers^ , It is supposed that Sir Wilfrid Lau The names of tho district court judges wore given out on Fridey la�t II. C. Taylor, K.C., one of the bosi known lawyors in tho north, has been appointed judge at ICdmonton. Ho is woll known throughout the provinco as Orajid Master of tho Masons, J. CJ. Noel, formerly of Dawson City, is made judge for the Wet-askiwin distrlot. He is an intimate friend of the Premier of Canada and studied law in Sir. Wilfrid's> office at Arthabasknvillo, Quo. Tho distrlot judge at Calgary Is Chns. U. Mitchell, of Medicine Hat, admitted by many to be one of tho best informed lawyors in Alberta. W. R. Winter, registrar of lands titles at Calgary, is appointed district judge at Leth-bridge and A: A. Carpenter, of Innis fall, judge at Maclood. Canadian Pacific ANNUAL EXCURSIONS TO U.S. FOINTS Sittings of tho court in Lethbridge judicial district will likely be held at Low Round Trip Rates to St. Paul nnd Minneapolis, Minn.; Milwaukee, Wis.; Chicago, 111.; Coun, cil Muffs, Des Moines' Fort Dodge, Dubuque and Waterloo, la.; Omaha, Neb., Kansas City uinil St. Joseph, Mo. Tickets on Sale Daily. DBC 1st to 81st INCLUSIVE, good'to return within three months. Apply to nouroBl C.P.lly. agent for d.81 information / ;