Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 3, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta
._______...... P: mi �: llETHBRIDGB HERALD FMNTiM ?i�^ LTD. 0. D. AUSTIN, Uitor �mI Maufcr. W. JORDAN, S�ft. tf M Dcpvtariat SLTBSCRIPTION: InAdvanov 1.00 a year Otherwise 92.00 a year nowadays to run tlicir flnK has already occupied throe buildings ^^^^^ the better for tho world we (^n'S'i'y bi�t thonks to the patronage of the i '""^'^ 'o'" owrselvcs. The special deli wry service for cit- � people of this city and district, our moves into new quarters have never been fhic to the sherill's driving us out of the old place. Increase of busi iness and an ambition to improve our facilities for giving the jeoplc a newspaper as good as the best and for turning out Job work that even metropolitan offices eannot excel, has compelled us to.keep moving. We are now located in what we consider the best newspaper ofHce in Western Canada, out-; sickj of the larger eeii'tres. We have unequalled faclities for ^ �xpaiieion and we hope that our bright'new home will, inspire us to serve the people with a (letter ncw.?-pa'pcr and liettcr' job ^ork, than has been our bott.9t in the past. Not only have we o nev oflico but a new press. It is known as the Optimus and is only to be found in the largest and Iwst establishments �m the lnn(4 It will enable us to do belter and �fa.^tor presswork. These changes on the part of Tho Herald'prove 'that wc iiave tl�c deepest possible fai'lh in the future of L�thbriVe commend the following utterance of Rev. Mr. Kcrby, of Calgary, With Geo. B:. Ko.stor and Geo. W. to some of the (leople who go into a Powlor alongside him on the pli.t- You can put up your moiioy on the fact thnt IjL�thbridge will > miu .)( the largest and l)est cities in Western Canada. rage if a Canadian Cabinet Minister ever calls upon His Holiness: form, II. L. Uorden made a dema:id for purity in politics. Kin:;9ton, Peterboro, Ouolph, Urant-ford, Iterlin, Stratford, Windsor, Cal gary, and Edmonton. Seoool Attendaaec Inerca�c� '�'Whik! in Kome I met the present rap for his two supportori. Pontiff, and a kindlier facx- or more There was barijiy a quorum at the School Board mooting on Monday evening, tho menilKjrs pre.sent being .1. H. Fleetwood, chairman. Dr. Gal-braith, and G. H. .lohnston. The ivpont submitted by Principal It was an ' Hamilton gave sonu- very, inCn^esting ' statistics. The enrolfment of the school is 513, an increase of 68 since fatherly man you could not look upon than the present Po|)C. Horn of common people, he is the embodiment of domocrnty. When we w parting he made use of these words; "I wish God's blessing up-on each one of you and hope that ! Conservatives intv-nfled to uk-ing sin. When a report a|i|>eare!l that I lie than the enrollment nt the end of September of last year. The total enrollment for tho two months is Roy~Cnvaanh. St. John's Church, vas the scene of a ver.^' pretty, although quiet | September wedding this afternoon, when Mi.ss Mona Morris Dott Cav-anah, daughter of the latt, and she cari>ied a shower boiquet of rosws and lily of the valley. Her veil was an heir- Sudden Deaths Life ia uncertain and sadden deaths frequently occur. Make your will and appoint this Company as your Executor and you will have an ^experienced executor as well as security for the carrying out of every clause of your will. THE TRUSTS AND fiUAiUNTEE COIPANV, LTD. (Head Oifice, Toronto) Capital and Reserve, . |2.200,pOO. Public Adminiatrator for Lethbridge Judicial District. Advisory Board for Alberta : D. W. Marsh, tlsq. / P. Turner Bone, Esq., William Pearce, Esq. 711 First Street West (Alexander Comer) Ca'.gary. A. G. ROSS, Manager. 540 as ngain..,t 4l.-i l^i.�.t vear. Of the ^'"�'� '""'"'^ '""'.''j- '^"^ ^^"^ pupils in attendance forty a,v in the' '^^^ hish school. Thfi\; are now fourteen teachers on tho staff and another Mi.ss la. M, -Mcllonaki of Stratford, Out., was eng-a.^'ed by telegraph lOvcn with this ndilition to the .s'talT. tho rooms will ho ciowdi'd and more The Japanese Question. A lot of Canadian people are sorry just now that they displayed so much anxiety for the Japs to defeat the Russians. There is no doubt that that victory has given the liltlo j'ellow men a heap of conceit. They think they can ru.sli into other countries and supplant white labor without objection being rai.sod, but in that they are mistaken. This is a free country up to the point when our own people's best interosts^ are at stake and then vo will put up tho barriers and force Japan to limit immigration at least. The Japs are not being treated nearly ns badly in this country as the Koreans are being treated by Japan. In Korea tha Japs take the homos of the iKjople away without the least hesitation; they abusa and maltreat men, women and clvildren. And .why? Just because they iasl they are aV powerful and can do as they like. The Toronto Glol)e, in two letters recently published from Korea, exposed the conduct of the 'Japs amongst thoso poor people in such a manner as to remove all the friendship a ixirson might ha%e pre-vjpiisly fcad for .lapan. Several clergymen think the bars .should not l>e put down to shut out the?Jap8 but they fail to realize the condition of things. What would the Hontreal minister say if a horde of Jajis were to rush into that city and agree to work for half the wages a white man receives ? Would he sit with foldee party, the Haliii.v litr- rcceivo that blessing." jald, one of the most pronon.iced'lo- ft is cheering to hear clergymen of. r,^' organizations in the Dq t'iiiion. another church speak so kincm- of the ""' that is a hop.-i.il Mgn head of the Roman church. Ir^comes � "f " Iw^althy condition of . iuru-i-as in leacr ta.stc* than the gibberings of '"Jtantisni, but who.se battles ''""e "healthy condition of vi-r ;oiJs 'he Kindergarten department, for ro'i.-ion are usually fought on ''"''^l"-'"''^'"^''-'" ""t- evirleai-e. The cliairman and Tru.sleo .John.slon the twelfth of July and'the fifth of: - having paid a vi.sii to tho Kindergar Novoniber. Nothinir indicates hcUer tho growth | t^-n and having .seen the melhofl of 0 of the city than the increa.sc of the j teaching, sai'ga>"ly. and there is accommodation. The Uonr.l docid.d to engage tho Working for the People. carried showr-r boquots of pale jiink a.'fters. F.ach wore a largo picture hat, the only clifTerence in tho costumes -lieing in the color of tho hat.--�Vt the conclusion of tho ceremony, a reception was hold at the rosidcncr' of the bricle'.s aunt, Mrs. W. .1. Giiwne 'ii7'i IJrock Street, where tho young couple were made _tlie recipients of time there is an onrollmont of five 1 in tl.is department and tho Board *^o"S''n''i''"l'0"s "nd good wish I hundred and ffu-ty pupils in the pub-| seemo.l v^.ry anxious td give the Kim''**/"'' ^'^"^ fi"->iro. lie s-x-hools while last year this time I dergarten every,, chance. Tho Tabor-j ^'^^^ The --Vll)orta Oovcrninent in not tile bock and call of the corporations:"'"*"""""'"*^"' """^ thixv hundred and but' on tho other liand is endeavoring eighty-seven, or an increase of one- to secure jus-ticefor the people. It I'^'"'- ^'"i--o tho first of September ontorod tiie telephone business in competition with one of the greatest monopolies on tho continent. It appointed a commission to invos'tigato | the iK'ef trust in order to ascertain if tho stock raisers were securing sufficient for the beef they produced. Then tho government decided to introduce an eight hour law so that the workers would ]yc guaranteed tho same treatment, ns miners in n sister province and in nio.st of the states of the American union: Tlio latest proofs of the Oovorn-mont's eagerness to protcot tho inter ests of the people is in the prosecution of tho lumber combine. Where else in this Dominion can l)e found a government that has taken up the cudgels so willingly on behalf of the Ijcople ? si.vty eight pupils have cnroUpd. Of course, ni>t all these are new to the city but the large propoi't'ion of thtln never attended school in Ijothbridge Ijofore. Two new teachers have been engacjofl since the summer vacation and .still the rooms arc crowded and more teachers must l>e secured as socn ns accommodation can bo pro-V dod. nacle was engngcil from Oct. 6th, next Monday, to .Nov. 2.">th. The contract for erecting the new ANNOUNCEMENT The TURPIN FURNITURE CO., having taken over the Furniture and Wall Paper business of Messiv. Brodie & Stafford, wish to announce that they will continue business in the old stand, and are preparing to carry on a large and complete stock of FURNITURE, etc. Going out of Wall P^per Oreat bargaius in this line. THIS BUSINESS WILL BE CONDUCTED ON A CASH BASIS The Tiy^iin Fiirniture Co. Brodie & Stafford's Old Stand In Memoriam. The Lemieux Bill. .Solicitor O'Donoughro's report to the dominion trades and labor c n-gress contains the following reroivuco to the Lemieux Act: "The, Industrial Disjiutes Investiga tion Act, 1907.-The full importance of this bill has not probably, been fully understood by all the constituents of the congress. In my opinion organized labor has gained much by its paissage into lav, if for no other reason than that by it, the grievances of workmen are publicl.y ventilat ed while, at the same time, they are cnableoen struck.^ at Calgary. We wonder if this gas is any relation to the Circulation Gas that has been putting the readers of the Calgary puiiers in a stupor.* The now Attorney General of'Saskatchewan is thirty years of ago. This is a young man's country all 'rhe vaters' list has,been posted in the cit.v ottic:; for several weeks for tho in.spcction of the general public. Citizens should soe that their names are on the list and thtft none have l>een left or placed on that do not ha\e the right to be there. The Herald lielieves thnt the li.st shoulil be printed and posted ot variovis places around the city but as tho law does not require such action, there is no probability that such a course will be taken by the Council. Any applications for ijotry or removing names must bo made by the end of the present month. See that your name is on the list. Tho compilers of the lists are as apt to make misitakes as any one el.sc and you may wish to exercise your franchise in a few weeks. �The Union Bank ngiwd to advance the Board the sum of S7,00O at six: and one half per cent, interest if deljenturos for the amount were.deposited ns collateral. Tho Board decided to i.ssue the debentures and have the vote ns soon as possible. Comiminicntions v,ei-e road from .J. McCaig, Supt. of Schools, Kdmon-ton. Dr. Scott, Supt. of Schools, Cal gar.v and the secretary ot tho liledi-cine Hat school board in response of tho Board's request for their schedule of teacher's salaries. The nieeiting adjourned to meet Tuesday night to put through tlio by-law for the borrowing of mone.v forybuikling purposes. As the necessary legal forms did' not arrive from Edmonton, there was no meeting on Thursilay. i'ious Sun, Withdraw l>ehind your curtains dark and fell; Tho young couple are vefy populftr | Forlxiur, O Moon, to Shine; ye clouds in Peterborough and will have tho Iwst wishes of a very large oircliTof friends in the city.-Peterborough Examiner. WILSON--a AMEY At the ^fethodLs't parsonage on Oct. 1st by Rov. Mr. Harrison, .John Wilson to Miss Mary Ganjey, all of Lethbridge. _ ADAMSON-MILLINO. Farmers, Fill This In. A newspai)er that is improving ev-findjng that their cry issue is the Calgary Albertta. feThpy ought to be proud of the fact tionally good and every part of tho but instead they'*ry to forgot it. The continent is covered. In tho editor-test of entrance to the social ronlm columns ^'''�ht and well written �r-:f;~�'foundation of sand only. What | tides. ;|li;i?8lioul(l: lie the test is education, cul-'i%ura;;uoraUty and common sense. Pt*T ^tiiWbyta it the habit of some jMsople Farmers got into mixed farm ing and you will foel much more cjatunt- In another column is published a letter, from .1. Grieve, tlie Dominion Immigration agent at Sjiokane, with rogord to charges made that he discriminates against Southern Alberta when ftdvisibg people intending to Canada. Whothe.r Mr. Grieve has proved his case or not only those who ore in n position to make or dis prove the charges, know. Tho Herald is willing to have its columns used to ^�entilate this matter, and hopes that those who talk on tho stroot will come bol,(llj' forward and state their charges clearly. Or if others can prove that Mr. Grieve is innoc-ciit oi the charges made, _!.e.t thoin say so in a convincing manner. DJD YOD NOTICE That i.ho hand did not turn out to �\3lcomo the conqiiering hero?. That leader, Borden did not touch tho turitT que�tion? That ho could revive the land question but that the school question is dead? That Bergeron's' address was the ward spijoch of a demagogue? That nomination of W, C. Ives as the ne.vt member by an ardonrt admirer was not heartily recci.v�t''? That C. F. Harris who repre.table. Also give'an estimate of the acreage you will have in crop in 19Q3. Grain Acres Average Averoge in crop yield for 1908 Winter Wheat Spring Wheat Oats Barloj Flax Alfalfa Total.......... Signed Tp....... Range...... Socti'm...... At the homo of the bride's parents North Ward, .John Stewart Ad-omson and Sarah Milling wore married by Rev. Wm. Reid of tho Bai>-tist Tabernacle, .last ovon-ng. The large numlier of friends present spent a very enjoyable social evening, aftor the ceremony. CLIFFORD-LINK. Last evening at quarter past ten o'clock a vety interesting wedding took place in Knox Church, when Miss Margaret Link, third daughter of Mr. and Mrs. .\dam Link was married to F. .T. ClifTord of this city by "Rev. A. M. Gordon. Tho hride's sister. Miss Irene Link, 'wos the bridasmaid, and Hazel Link', a brother, supported tho grooijj. The' bride was given away by her father. After the (eremony the party adjourned to the home of the bride's parents on Bompas street, where the wedding supper was served. A large array of ^presents testifi^gp'to the pop'darity of the young couple. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford left on the midnicrht train for Vancouver, Seattle and Portland on a :threo weeks' trip. TMiy vill reside in Lethbridge on their return. drop tears Upon the grave of him I loved so well. The lightning strikes the eagle down which soared On powerful^pinion in the sun's'] fierce ray. And there lies one l>rought down from heights supreme Who never feared a face of mortal clay. The avalanclie descends with thun-d'rous sound. Sweeping the lofty cedar from its place; The blue-bell and the moss which ^ hugs tho ground Alike he hurled upon the mountains baso. Ofjen your arms, O Mother Earth, receive The poor, worn vesitments which a mighty soul Hath cast behind him in the arduous race. Well run, for his imperishable goal. John D. Higinbotham. In The Presbyterian. Rev. Murray is Moderator. At tho autumn meeting of the Mac-leod presbytery recently hold in Loth bridge. Rev. T. M. Murray of Coleman, was elected moderator. The jircsbytery placed on record a rosolirtion e.vprossing the deep sense of loss in the death of Rev. Chas. McKillop for many years the pastor of Kno.x Church, Lethbridge, and later in charge of tho cause in Ray-mand. The mission fields of the presby-' tery sont in encouraging reports' and it is expected that ail' the fields will Ix! manned this fall for the winter. Tho commi'Meo in charge of .the establishment of the college at Cards-ton Reported progress. It is expected that there will be a lai:ge enrolment of students as soon as the college is ready to rec-eive them. The w.inter meeting of the presbytery will 1)0 held'at Pincher Creak, when a conference on the life and work of the church will be held. STRIKE AT STRATHCOXA. FINE CROPS OUT NORTH. Borden Won't Touch It. WARNER. C, F. Harris went to Macleod oti Tuesuay, / The new general store ot Wm. Soyce is very nearly completed. When it is occupied it will be q. first class general store. H. Hot.sec of Carson, Iowa, is a recent arnival at -Warner, vuth full farm equipment. M. .T. Connor, ot Pearson, Iowa, is on his way to occupy his land hero. Rev. R. H. Harden, tho Methodist minister who has been preaching there this summer loft on Tuesday to reiturn to Winnipeg to college. Mr. Harden was a faithful worker and wiy Ixs greatly nii.ssed. BORN.-On Tuesday, Oct. l�t, to Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Cook, of tho Edon Jlest Poultry Farm, a daughter. Vancouver, Sept. 27.-^Tlie Vancouver Province published the fol,lowing anent nn Ornngo deputation which waited on Mr. R. L. Borden. ' Itpplying ito^a deputation of Orange men which waited on him at the Ho. tel Vancouver today, Hon. R. L. Bor don stated thiK tho school question in Alljcrta and Saskatchewan could not Im made an issue in tho next Dominion campaign. Ho added . that if tho ijcopio of, the new provinces wanted any amendments madi^i^ the constitutions conferiwl on them by the Dominion parliament thc.v would have to apply directly to tho Imperial parliament. With the land question matters were difTurent, The Dominion houso, if it saw fit, could hand over the admin is traj;! on of the public lands to the now provinces. W. H. Dobbin returned this mor.n. ing from a trip out north to the Lit tl/B Bow. He reports that the crops all came up fine after the storm and all the fields were harvested clean. Several farmers have threshed oyer fi:ft.v bushels of wheat to the ocre and every one is satisfied. The farmers are nli buoyant and are asking more than ever for their land if anycme tries to buj'. On one farm in this district Miv Dobbin has soon two crops of rye cut this year. 6no crop has l)een threshed and the other will \ie very soon. On Tuesday President F. H. Sherman of U. M. W. of A. received a �telegram from the management of the mines at Strathcona that tho men had .struck. Peter Patterson immediate!}'' went north to see about it. The union at Strathcona has been recently formed. The trouble at Lethbridge has Ijecn referred to Ottawa, for adjustment. Justice Sifton said he was unable to aittend the commission before October 15, and as the mittors would not wait so long, application has Ixscn made to the Department oif Labor for a commission to sit at once. The men are very restles.^ because of the delay and the union ofllcials say they have considerable difliculty in keeping the mon at work. FLIMFLAMMER CAUGUr. A aiOpERN PORTIA. The gloomy old corridors of Os-goodo Hail wore enlivened this morning by one of the rarest ceremonies lohn Auld was arrested on Tuesday accu.sed with flimllamming one, Albert Honning, out of $4.50 in a game of poker played in tho cab otr fico in tho Begin block. A man lied Hoover was accused of lieingAuld's accomiilico. Honning was led into the game with tlio idea that he and Auld wpuld get Hoover's money. Detective Egan arrestort.^ Auld at one of teotivc Egan arrested ^Vj'^d and Hoover at one of tho rivell bottom resorts. Henning is a iijond soekcr J. T. Cooper was olectcti first ma.v-or of Nanton. A. J.^Robertson, M. P.P., was olcoted Alderman being sixth in the list. teduc shipped more grain than any other town between Calgary^and Sitrathcona in J900. ' Secretary Treasurer J. W. Nunn of Fornlo, B.C., hoa resigned. ever seen in tho temple of the god- '^ttkots. | dess of justice-the swearing in of a ' .^^^ e\'>ening Magistrate Humph-girl student as a full-fledged barris- ^"spector Belcher fined Auld ter to His Majesty's High Courts. j """^ Hoover $.50.and costs Aach and Tho modern Portia is Miss Gerald- I ""'''"�o^ them to pay Henni\g $260 which they accordingly did. . WANTED A General Servant for housework. Clara Brett Martin, who was sworn I v|iges to the right person. Ap- in aboilt ten years ago, and is now f'^' ^McAllister, Box 486. l'*th- ino B. Robinson, of St. Thomas, daughter of tho late J. A. Robinson, tho well-known St. Thomas lawyer. i)Iiss Robinson is tho third female lawyer, in Ontario. The first was in Toronto, and the second was Miss E. M. Powley, of Pont Arthur. She became a lawyer about five years ago. Tho swearing in of Miss Robinson created a mild sensatjon in the HalJ. She is a general fiavorita among the students, and during her course of five years has become prpular among all her acquaintances. She will noturn to St. Thomas,, and take up her legal duties in tho oitloe of her late father's firm. She dooa not intend to bof^in work in the-courts as ywt.-Toronto Star. Miss Robinson is a niece of Btrsi-Pennyfa'ther of L�th.bi;idg�.. bridge. WANTED Good general sorvant. Af Mrs. C. Rnley, 612 BurdobtJ t.f. Ito aERV�ANT WANPfl To do general housewoij Mrs. W. S. Galbraith, Buij Col. S. B.. Stoelo speak gary said that Keir hJ tiide during the Boer/ have prohibited his h] Calgairy audience.