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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 3, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta HERALD Etitor MM Jut SUBSCRIPTION la Advance a year Otherwise a year ADVERTISING Per Inch The Herald Moves It is jess than two years ago since The Herald came into It nowadays to run their fingors over a If one crop goes wrong1 you tun calling curd to find out whether it is or If it is they smile benignly and open the gates io And go it goes all over the and we are to rightout here in the west As the Bishop says the avoidance of bo pzvtty certain that somothing will be all et ia Letter Tiie post olfiee department has mud a clmnge in the letter rates to Tho bitterness of party politics is poinls of Canada The jimit ing slowly Inn surely of lniuU Nothing proves this more UMII actions of the citizens of of weight has been made the iio Canadian vja one It never appears about partisan receptions to P ihe actions of a true lady or gentle man but goes hand in hand with the Graham and on their election to important Everybody one either Leiv eadl The rate on letters to all points tlve British Empire except Itodesia and Australia now is two cents for an ounce or fraction To foreign coun the rate for letters is five cents for firstounce and three cents for ounce or fraction upstart and a he us ac itthe Liberal cept aman for Iris face not for what his grandfather was or might Get rid oi this Ior m other parts of the crazy idea that who receives Unhbridge to be evenaiilly The for cit an allowanoa from is of the biggest divisional ies has oen lo several ior to the chap who plugs away all l1JUJhul nearly cities in the east including Urant day at a desk or behind the rKht l0 We are loaded up with a lot of crazy this rKht l00fortheiv is no doubt the terminus ideas and the sooner we get rid of j Weyburn branch ami a line mitu l has already occupiedthree buildings ithem lhe bottcr fur tho world we move in and for You can put fact that will j the but thanks to the patronage of the people of this city ajuJ our moves into new quarters have never been due to the sheriffs driving us out old Increase of jness and nn ambition to improve our facilities for giving the jeoplo a newspaper as good asthe best and for turning out job work that even metropolitan of fices has compelled us We are now located in what we consider the best news paper of licein side of the larger We have unequalled faclities for expansion and we hope that our brightnew home inspire us to serve the people with better news paper and better job than has been our bottst in the Xot only have we a nev office but a new It is known as the Optimus and is only to be found in the largest and best the lami it will enable us to do better and faster These changes on the parr of The Herald prove that we have the dcep Bioadininded commend the following utter ance of of to some of the who go into a rage if a Canadian Cabinet Minister ever Holiness Home the present and a kindlier face or more fatherly man you could not look upon than the present Born he is the embo diment of When we were parting he made use of thesa words I wish Clods blessing up on each one of you and hope that largest and best cities in ViVst ern Foster and Fowleralongside him on the plat Hordon nmde a ScoooIAtte Tlure was barvlv a quorum at the School Hoard meeting on Monday evi Koy a slster of the Miss Eva Johns vas the scena of a very although quiet September wedding this when MiHs Mona irorris Dott Cav daughter of the Ca of and of Ca 1JS London unit ed in murriagu ao lrederick Lew is son of and Only a few invited the inti mate friends of the young were in attendance at the which took place at wvth of The bride wus given away by her while Menj delssohns weilding march was splen didly xvndervd by who presided at tluv Tlie nmid of honor was Miss Ola Cav uf and there three Miss Gladys Sudden Deaths Life is uncertain and gudden deaths frequently Make your will and appoint as your Executor and you will have an executor as veil as security for the carrying put of every clause of yqur THE TWISTS AND fillARANTEE Head Toronto Capital and Public Administrator for Lethbridge Judicial Advisory Board for Alberta Turner William 711 First Street West Alexander Comer the mcmlers being Gal and The ivpbnt submitted by Principal for purity iu it was an Hamilton gave some interesting awful rup for his two The enrollment of the an increase of 68 sinco the end of August and 126 greater khan the enrollment at the end of Foster and Fowler cheeringHor dens political purky stutemoius can ouly be compared with Satan ivimk ing When u report apjKared that the Conservutives intcnhixi to the blepsing of God be grantjtlle withdrawal of sl unto all those who belong to Iwasglad to receive that It is cheering clergymen of ter from active participation the ailairs of the the Haiti ix Her one of most ry organixavions in the September of last total enrollment for the two months is 510 as against 115 Of the pupils in attendance fortyare the high There arenow four teen on the stall and anoth erMiss of Strat by telegraph Kven with this addition to the rooms will crowded and more a ml Miss Lelu both and both cousins the of the brides brother another church speak so kindjv of the li that is a hopeial Mgn i teachers will bo outraged as soon as jhpud of the Honmn Incomesof a condition of in Letter taste than the gibberings of Foster is still in there is The Hoard decided to engage the est possible fakh in the believe it is future of going to be a largeand vigorous city and as in the we will do our ut most to promote iU We want our readers and friends to come around to see us in our now home and to witness the operations our new It is a dandy and AVC are proud of Working for the The Alberta Government 5s not nt the beck and call of the corporations bur on the other hand is endeavoring to secure justice the It telephone business in competition with one of the greatest monopolies on the It ap pointed a commission to investigate the leef trust in order to ascertain if the stock raisers were securing suf ficient for the beef they Then the government decided to in troduce an eight hour law so that think they can into other countne workers would guaranteed the The Japanese A lot of Canadian people are sor ry just now that they displayed so much anxiety for the Japs to defeat There is no doubt that that victory has given thelittlc yellow men a heap of They trkrs and supplant white labor with out being but in that they are This is a free country up to the point when our own peoples best are at stake and then vc will put up the barriers and force Japan to limit im migration at The Japs are not lxing treated nearly as badly in this country as the Koreans are beingtreated by Ja In Korea tha Japs take the homes of the people away without the least hesitation they abuse and maltreat women and And 1 Just because they feal they are aU powerful and can do as they The Toronto hi two totters recently published from exposed the conduct of the Japs amongst these poor people in such a manner as to remove all the friendship a person might haVe pre viously fcad for Several clergymen think the bars should not be put down to shut out the Japs but they fail to realirxj the condition of What would the Montreal minister say if a horde of Japs were to rush into that city and to work for half the wages a white man receives Would he sit with folded hands and accept the sit We hardly think he would friend of his fellow once uation if he was a tru white It is just as well to realize at that the coming of thousands oi iatic people to if not a men ace at this moment will be in a few Surely xve do not want to see a rich province like ifctish Col ombia in control of yellow That is what would happen if things allowed to proceed as they have been It is a delicate on account of the international compli cations that might but it must solved to the honor of Can who professes to speak vor lnc Conservative leader and auditorium ofthe Haptist Tabernacle for but whose condition of for jeigiou are usually fought on J independence is not in the twelfth of July and the fifth of lie schools while last year this time thy enrollment was three hundred and or an increasa of one Since first of September sixty eight pupils have Of not all these new to the city but the large proportion oithtitn never attended school in Two new teachers have been since the summer and still the rooms are crowded and more teachers must be secured as socn as accommodation can be pro v same asminers in a sister province and in most of the states union Tho latest proofs of the Govern ments eagerness to protect the inter ests of the people is in the prosecu tion of the lumber Where else in this Dominion can be found a government that has taken up the cudgels so willingly on behalf of the people The Lemieux Solicitor ODonotiglres report to the dominion tracks and labor con gress contains the following reiurouce to the Lomieux Act Industrial Disputes Tnvestiga tion full importance of this hill has not probaHv fully understood by all the constit uents of the In my opinion organized labor has gained much by passage mto if for no other reason than thia by the gricvanc Cs of workmen are publicly ventilat ed at the same they are enabled to remain at work am re ceive their daily unincorporated trade unions are offic ially recognized by the bill ami their representatives are entitled to a ing before the public body constitut ed under it In this regard the bill marks a great advance in public opin ion and to that extent will deprive individual employers of an argument that is very often resorted to by thein to avoid recognition of a trade Too Much The secrets of a mans influence over his fellows he defined as abso lute the avoidance of a of hum and Thus the Bishop of London is re ported as speaking at Toronto and is good sons And just i OUR POINT OF VIEW Tt will be difficult holding lender Kolertson back now since he beans the additional honor of being an al dormnn of the now town of Xanton is a fine little place ami a man has nothing to IK ashamed of Lltl Kindergarten The chairman and Trustee Johnston paid a visit to the Kindersrar Xothhig indicates tetter the growth ten and having seen the method of f tno city than the of the said sume very complimen school At the present jtary things about Hobbs work oilment of five hundred and pupils in the as best The bride wore a charming gown of white jxau desoie en and with Irish point and Brussels and she carried a shower boquet of roses and iily of the Her veil was an heir loom in the brides and worn for the first time In Johns thirty five years It was not caught up with orange blos soms as but lilies of the The bridesmaids and maids of hon our were all dressed alike in pretty gowns of white silk carried shower boquets of pale pink Kach wore a large picture the only difference in the cos being in the color of the At the conclusion of the a reception was held residence of the brides Cljreeiie 375 Brock the young couple were made recipients of time there is an enrollment of five j i this department and the Board many coiigratulutions and good wish D seemed xVry anxious to give the the dergarten The Taber1 nacle was engaged and Hoy left on the train for and other next to The contract for erecting iramctworoom school was j The brides goingaway costume was a neat blue serge trimmed with tanned leather to Smith Wilson on comlilaiul a Imvy bluc lmt lion that they l furnish a markedbrow and Roy wsll take up residence on Crescent on their return to Pcterbor Thc youngcouple arc very popular cheque for ten per of the con prioe and agree to have the building completed by The Union Hank agreed to advance the Hoard sum of at six11 ailfl have the best wishes of a very large oireliTof friends in the ANNOUNCEMENT The TURPIN FURNITURE having taken over the Furniture and Wall Paper business of Brodie Staf wish to announce that they will continue business iu the old and are preparing to carry on a large and complete stock of Going out of Wall bargains iu this THIS BUSINESS WILL BE CONDUCTED ON The Turpin Furniture Brodie Staffords Old Stand In DIED and one per interest if debentures the amount de posited as The Board de Can anyone explain how is that the crop reports to the daily that Leihbridge is left The report gives returns from Leav Cow ley and but as far as wo can judge from the reports there are no crops at General Superintendent Jamieson is reported as giving the Per haps hs can The voters list posted in the city oflice for several weeks for the inspection of the general Citizens should see that their names are on the list anil thrft none have Lxen left or placed on that do not have thf right to le there The Herald believes that the list should T order to obtain an accurate re cided to issue the debentures and navy tht vote as soon as Communications were read from of Edmon gary and the secretary of the Medi cine I Fat school board in response of the Boards request for their schedule of teachers The meeting adjourned to meet Tuesday night to put through Die bylaw for the borrowing of money As the neces legal forms arrive from there was no meeting on for Amildim Fill This printed and posted at various places around the city but as the law docs not require such there is no probability that such a course will be taken by Any applications forestry or remov ing nnmes must be the end of the present See that your name is onthe The com pilers of the lists are as apt to make mistakes as any one else and you may wish to exercise your fran chise in a few In another column is published a from the Dominion Immigration agent at regard to made that hc dis criminates against Southern Alberta when advising people intending to Whether Grieye has proved his case or not only those who are in a position to make or dis prove the Thc Herj aid is willing to have its columns Barley used to ventilate this and hopes that those who talk on the street will come boldly forward and state their charges Or if others can prove that Grieve is port of tlve acreage in crop this year and the yield of grain in this dis the respectfully re At the Methodist parsonage on 1st by Wilson to Miss 2VUury all of At the home of the brides par ents North Ward Stewart Ad amson and Sarah Milling mar quests the to fill out theor ried by of the Bap tist The large present spent a very enjoyable social after the Last evening at quarter past ten oclock a vexy interesting wedding took place in Knox when Miss Margaret third daughter Moan out ye O glo rious Withdraw Ixjhind your dark and fell 0 to shine ye clouds drop tears Upon the grave of hfm I loved so Murray is At trie autumn meeting of the Mac leod presbytery recently held in Loth Murray of Cole elected The presby tery placed oh record a curtains the deep sense of loss in the death of Mcivillop for many the pastor and lat er in the cause in Ray The mission fields of the presby The lightning strifes the eagle down whichsoared On in the suns fierce And there lies one brought down from supreme feared a face of mortal and Adam Link was form and return to Themarried to Clifford It is the of The Herald to publish these statements that our readers may get authorita tive information concerning the crops of this Any comments that tell of the method of securing a good crop will also be very Also give an estimate of the acreage you will have in crop in Grain Acres Average Average in crop yield for 1908 Winter Wheat Spring Wheat this The city by Brides Miss Irene the a supported the groonu The bride was given away bv her After the rercmony the party ad journed to the home of the brides parents OT Horn pas where the wedding supper was A large array of presents the popularity of the young and ClifTord left on the midniorht train for Seat tle and Portland on a weeks They viti reside in Lethbridge on their Alfalfa Borden Wont Touch i Vancou ver Province published following The avalanche descends with tlum drous Sweeping the lofty cedar from its place The bluebell and the moss which hugs the ground Alike he hurled upon mountains Open your O Mother receive J ne worn vestments which a mighty soul Hath cast behind him in the arduoxis Well for his imperishable John In The tery sont in encouraging reports and lit is expected that all the fields will le manned this fall for the The committee in charge of es tablishment of the college at Cards ton reported It is expected that there will be a large enrolment of students as soon as the college is ready to receive The wi ntcr meet i ng of the presby tery will be held at Pincher when a on the life and work of the church will be FINE CROPS OUT Dobbin returned this ing from a trip out north to the Lit tip He reports that the crops all came up fine after the storm and all the folds were harvested Several fanners havc threshed over fifty of wheat to the acre and every one is The far mers are nil buoyant and are ask ing more than ever for their land if anyone tries to On one farm in STRIKE AT On President Sher man of of received from the management of the mines at Strathcona that the men had Peter Patterson im mediately went north to see The union at StrathcOna has beon recently The trouble at Lethbridge has been referred to Ottawa for Justice Sifton said he was unable to attend the commission before Octo ber and as the miners would not wait so application has made to the Department of Labor for a commission sit at The men are very restless because of delay and the union say they have considerable difficulty in keeping tlve men at FLTMFLAM3IER CALG John Auld was arrcstetl Tues day accused with flimHamming Albert out of S150 a game of poker played in tho uib ofr er will n he bits at Ms council j innonent of the charges lot k the newest American will c2ett an Indian in and a bynrt man as its tivcs in States They arc both reputed to be able men Natural gas has lecn stnick nt We wonder if this gas is them say so in a convincing DID YOtJ NOTICE That the band did not turn out lo welcome the conquering That Ronien did not touch th t a riff i on That hc could revive the land ques any relation to the CircuitHQn that thc school question is to be known as a country where ev erybody was on the same level but are changing and men and wo The west uscdjthat has been putting the readers of lcafl nwn are to look up the antmtchcwan thirtv roi Calgary in a The new Attorney General vcnn of That Bergerons was the ward speech of a demagogue That nomination of Ivcsas the next member by an ardent mirer was not heartily received Harris who represents the district on the provincial execu tive was conspicuous by his absence That Borden in speakingof the Cations were working Its telegraphic news service is CXWp appointment of officials said that it oMhc people who call upJThis is a young mans country all before they will accept them as members of It is a lot of Veryfew can go back a gen rithoxit finding newspaper that is improving rv is the Calgary 7 to be proud of the fact tionally good every part of the should not be hut instead they to forgot The continent is In lhc editorservice alone Signed The now general store Soyce is nearly When it is occupied it will be a first class gen eral HotNee of is a rwent arrival at vith full farm of is on his way to occupy his land IL the Methodist minister who has been preaching there this summer left on Tuesday to test of entrance lo the social realm Sal columns JMitor Davidson is today is money and family pedigree P bright and well written foundation of sand What should be the test is cul and common Why is it the of Farmers got into mixed done for return to Winnipog to i Harden was a faithful worker That Hilly McLeans suggestion that TJordon use a post card to tell it all was a good one Harris went to Macleod wiy be greatly On and of Rest Poultry do and to the ing by one of the rarest ceremonies following anent an Orange deputation which waited on i Implying of Orange oodc 1Ia11 wcrc enlivened this morn min which waitcil on him nt the tel Vancouver llor lon stated thjri the school question inAlbertaand Saskatchewan coiild not lc made an issue in the next Do minion He added if tho the new provinces wanted any njrwndments madcSn the this district Dobbin has s two crops of rye cut this One fice in the Begin A tnai crop has been threshed and the oth cd Hoover was accused of IwirigAuIds Hcnning was led into tlKi came idea that he and Auld wouldget tcctive Kgan Auld at one of tcctivc Egan arrested Auld and IIoo vcry A MODERN The gloomy old corridors of Os ver at one of the Ifenmng is bottom re a and seeker evcr seen in the temple of the god fr0m dessof in of a La9t evtming Magistrate Humph girl studenit as a fullflerlgerl barris rics Inspector Belcher fined Auld tcr to His Majestys High j nml costs Tlw modern Portia is Miss GeraldI them to pay Henni S200 of daughter of the laic Cooper was elected first may constitxrtions conferretl on them wellknown Thomas the Domimon parliament they would j ISS Robinson is the third female have to apply directly to the Impcrjlnwycr The first was ial With the land question matters were The Dominion if saw could hand ever the ad ministration ofthe public lands to the new which they accordingly WANTED Servant for 1 Brett who was sworn i to the right Ap in about ten years and is pl Box in and the second was j R of Port She became a lawyer about fjvc 5ears WAXTED o ago The swearing in of MissRobinson created a mtltl sensation in the She is a general favorite among the Good Ap Gl2 Bnrdettr oectetl sixth in the Jv j and during her course of being five years has become prpular among all her She will return to and take up her legal duties office of her la U fathers She does shippofl more grain than any other town between and Strathcona in SERVANT WANTIj To do housevro i Stoele has not intend to bogin work in tho gary said that Keir Ha courts as Toronto tiidc during the is a mece ot hftve prohibited hi Pcnnyfatber of Calgary 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