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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 3, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta IEIHBRIDGB HERALD PRINTING CO.. LTD. 0. 0. AUSTIN, Editor tni MtMftr. W. JORDAN, S*pt. of Jo* Dcparineit. SUBSCRIPTION: tn Advanou  tl.BO  year Otherwise  92.00 a year ADVERTISING. Par Month - 91.00 Per Inoh The Herald Moves Again. It Is loss than two yonrs ago since nowadays to run their Angora over a cd. If one crop rocs wrong yon tun Im pretty certain that something e'so will bo all right. Changes in Letter Rates. The post office department has t made a change In the letter rates to The bitterness of party politics points outside of Canada. The limit being sl,owly but surely orradlcited. [ ()f wMM been llm()c lh(, sium> H8 Nothing proves .this mow than Hie;,,, Cium,||an points, vjz one ounce. calling card to find out whether It is vngraved or not. Jf It Is t.hoy smile benignly and o])on the gates to "society." And so It goes nil over the world, and wo are sorry to say, right out here -In the grand, free west As tho Bishop says the avoidance of'actions of the citizens of H-.-ekviile "al.de'* Is one of the secrets* of man's and Owen Sound In tendering :ion-Inlluencc. It never appears about! partisan receptions to lion. O. 1'. the actions of n true lady or gentle-1 Graham ntid lion. A. C). McKay on man hut goes hand In hand with the l,K''r election to important positions upstart and 'the '"snob." Ixjt us nc-j hi the Lllvrul party, ecpt a man for his face vi\|ue, not � ' 1 for what his grandfather was or I Everybody one meets, eitli -i- here might have lieon. Get rid of this or hi other parts of the Province, thereof crazy idea that the man who receives il1*-"11* UHhbrldge to U> evenlne-Hy I Thp ' M delivery wl.vlco for olt. an allowance from -father:' is su.vr-: on- of tho biggest divisional .-tnis Iw lm8 1;w>|) ^ t|| lor to the chap who plugs away nil �� the erat ions of our new press. It is a dandy and we are proud of it. You can put up your money on the fact that Ij-thhridge will > on? -if the largest and liest cities in Western Canada. Kingston, IVtorhoro, Otielph, llrnnt ford, Berlin, Stratford, Windsor, Oil gnry, and Edmonton. Seoool Attendance Increases mil >.vN is Hoy,N son of Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Hoy. Only a few invited guests, the intimate friends of the young couple, were In attendance, at the ceremony, which took place at U.H0 o'clock, with Rev. Canon Davidson, of St. John's, officiating. The bride was given away by her uncle, Mr. W. J. Green, while Mendelssohn's wedding march was splendidly rendered by Mr. It. .1. Dovoy, who presided at tlio organ. The maid of honor was Miss Ola C'av-anah, sister of the bride, and there ,,. . . , | were three bridesmaids, Miss Gladys There was barely a quorum at the' , ... ,., ,,~ u . , ., , ' . . , Hoy, a sister of the groom, Miss Eva School Hoard meeting on Monday ev. 1 " Green, and Miss Lela t'rookshank. both of lltenhelm, and both cousins of the bride. Mr. W. II. Cavunah, of Richford, Vt., the bride's brother I acted as best man. statistics. The enrollment of thoI The bride wore a charming gown of . ,., . white ponu d sole en trniiie, and school is filH, an increase of 08 since i , ....., , . , trinimevl with Irish point ince, and Sudden Deaths Life is uncertain and sudden deaths frequently occur. Make your will and appoint this Company ns your Executor and you will have nti experienced executor hb veil as security for the carrying out of every clause of your will. THE TRUSTS AND GUARANTEE COMPANY, LTD. (Head Office, Toronto) Capital and Reserve, - $2,200,000. Public Administrator for Lethbridge Judicial District. Advisory Board for Alberta : D. W. Marsh, Esq. ' P. Turner Bone, Esq., William Pearce, Esq, 711 First Street West (Alexander Corner) Ca'gary. A. G. ROSS, Manager. enlng, tho meinlH-rs present being .1 It. Fleetwood, chairman, Dr. Gal Broadminded Utterance. We commend the following utter- j � nncc of Itev. Mr. Kerby, of Calgary, | With Geo. K. Foster and Geo. W to soiim? of the people who go into a Fowler alongside him on the i>li. t- i brnlth, and G. 11. Johnston rage if o. Canadian Cabinet Minister form, It. L. Horden made a demand | '''he report submitted by rrinclpnl \ | ever calls upon Ills Holiness: for purity in politics. It was un Hamilton gave some very Infoyestlng ''Whlk. in Home T mot the present awful rap for his two support rout Iff. nnd a kindlier face or more i - fnthprly man you could not look | Foster and Fowler cheering Hi.i- tlio end of August and 12d greater upon than the present Po|iP. Horn den's political purity statements chii than the enrollment at the end of of common people, ho is the embo-'only be compa'ritl with Satan iv'mk dime-it of demoerncy. When we 'ng sin. were parting he made use of thes'1 � - words: "I wish God's blessing up-, w'>en a report ap|v>ireil fiat the l>l'|iils In ntteiulainv forty uiv in the on ench iiiw of you nnd hope that Conservatives intenrled to de.n:iut| . '"'"h school. Theix- are now four-thc- idessing of God mivv Ih> grant-'"1'' withdrawal of Hon. Geo. I:. r..s- | t'vl1 teachers on the staff and unotb-txi unto nil those who belong to ter from active pa�ticipation i" the|'''" ^'iss 'J- .McDonald of Strnt-you." And, friends. I was glad to affairs of tin- party, the llnlifix llir- ; f"rd. Out., was enquired by telegraph ivceive that blessing." , ti 1  1. one of the most protio>i.i.| 'I o- ' '"'Veil with this addition to the staff. Hrussels point, and she carried a shower lioquet of roses and Illy of the valley. Her veil was an holr- It is cheering to hear clergymen of ry organi/atinns another church speak so kindj^of the ",f stl- in �the Do i'biion. �the rooms will !�. , rowded and nion that is a Iioih-i il sign teachers will be engaged as soon head of the Itoman church. ltNotnes " hfilthy condition of -. igo v.is then- is accominod.it ion. in letter taste than the gibbering* of 111,1 'peiideniv " Foster is still in !,�-' ',1e Huar.l deed, d to engage Dr. Sprotile. who |i|-ofesses to s|H>nk for Protestantism, but wlmse battles "healthy for le'igion are usually fought on mileiieiideiico" the twelfth of .Iul.\ and the fifth of NovetnlK'r. vor with the Conservative leader and auditorium of the Mnptist Tabernacle condition of vi-t is not in evid'.K. The chairman nnd Trustee .lobnslon � having paid n visit to the Kind.'tgar Nothing indicates Ivt tor the growth t .>n and having seen the method of of the city than the increase of the teaching, said some very complimen- school population At the present turv things aliom Miss Hobb's work time there is an enrollment of live in tl.is departtnent and Hi" Hoard -- hundred and /.>rt\ pupils in the pub- seemed Very anx to give the Kin The AllK-rta Government is not at '''' Vl-,1""ls while last jear this time dergnrteli every chance. The Talter- -the beck and call of the corporations 'enrollment was t hiv^- hundred and uncle was engaged from Oct. lith. eight,!-seven, or an increase of one- next Monday, to Nov. -J.-ith. third. Since the first of September The contract for erecting the new Working for the People. The Japanese Que.-tion. but on the other band is endeavoring to secure justice lor the people. It entered the telephone business in Septemlier of last >eur. The total enrollment for the two months is . . . ... .. loom In the bride s family, and was 510 ns against -ll.i hist year. Of tlio , . , . , . ' , . , * ' worn for the first time in St. .lohn s church, thirty five years ago. It was not caught up with orange blossoms as usual,, but with lilies of the valley. The bridesmaids and maids of honour were all dressed alike in pretty gowns of white silk organdy, and carried shower boqiiets of pale pink asters. , l-'.ach wore a Inrtfe picture hat, the only difference in the cos-'tnines U'*ing in the color of the hat. At tin- conclusion of the ceremony, a reception was held at the resideniv of the bride's aunt, Mrs. W. .1. Giivene ;i7."i Ilrock Street, where the young couple wer,. made the recipients of many congratulations and good wish es for the future. Mr. and Mrs. Hoy left on the Iel8 C.I'.H. train for Toronto, and other points west. The bride's gotng-nway costume was a neat blue serge the for th" K'indergart >n department. ANNOUNCEMENT The TURPIN FURNITURE CO., hoving taken over the Furniture and Wall Paper business of Messrs. Brodie & Stafford, wish to announce that they will continue business in the old stand, and are preparing tn carry on a large and complete stock of FURNITURE, etc. Going out of Wall Paper Great bargains in this line. THIS BUSINESS WILL BE CONDUCTED ON A CASH BASIS The Turpin Furniture Co. Brodie & Stafford's Old Stand In Memoriam. sixty eight pupils have enrolled. Of frame two-room school was granted competition with one of the greatest eoiirse. not all these are new to the -to Smith Hros. & Wilson on condi- - monopolies on the continent. It np- l''-v mH 1,1,1 l,,l'�1' proportion of than t ion that they furnish a marked A lot of Canadiiin jieople are sor- Poil,u'd u commission to investigate m'ver attended school in Ijethbridge cheque for ten per cent, of the em- and st.II -the rooms are crowded ami 'The I nion Hank ngiis.il to advance' more teachers must Iv secured as . the Hoard the sum of ST.imki at six ry just now that they displayed so *KL,'f ,rl,sl in order to ascertain ,*,|",v- Two new teachers have Ixvn tract prhv and ngr.-e to have much anxiety for the Japs to defeat ' if ,,u's,"tk raisers were securing suf. engaged since the summer vacation ( building completed by Nov. J.1 the Kussinns. There is no doubt f'cio,u for 1,1,1 ,Kvf th,>.v produced, that that victory has given the littlw ! 1 ,lon Kovrrnment decided to in- >vllow men a heap of conceit. Thev i1 ro,,,|ee an eight hour law so that sst proofs of the gown trimmed with tanned leather and a navy blue hat trimmed with brown to..match. Mr. and .Mrs. Hoy will take up residence on Crescent street, on their return to Peterborough. HKV. (HAS. McKMXOP. H. A. 1HKI) Al.'G. '20, 11)07. Moan out ye winds, and you, O glorious Sun, Withdraw U-hind your curtains dark and fell; Rev. Murray is Moderator. At the autumn meeting of the Mnc-leod presbytery recently held in Ijotli bridge. Hev. T. M. Murray of Coleman, was elected moderator. The presbytery placed on record a resolution expressing the deep sense of loss in the death of Itev. Chas. The young couple are vefy populltr ' Korln-ur. () Mooii. to shine; Ve clouds I Ml-KilloI' Sur �'��.v .vears the pastor our own people's best interests are at stake and then ve will put up the barriers and force .lapan to limit im-migiiitioti at least. The .laps are not being treated nearly as badly in this country ius tho Koreans are being treated by .la-pan. In Korea the .laps take the homes of the |>eop!e away without the least hesitation; they alius- ami maltreat men, women and children And why? .lust because they fejl they nix- a^ powerful nnd can do as they like. The Toronto Glolie, in two lowers recently published from Korea, exposed the conduct of nt i n u-ivst i f \ deil. j �Mientures for the amount were de- -- I posited as collateral. The Hoard de- Can anyone explain how it is that'elded to issue the debentures and tlh- C.I'.H. crop reports to the daily have the vote ns soon us possible, press that l*-thhrie in this Hiiminlon can Ik- found U'v '""reck, but a.s fi^r as we cine Mat school board in response of a government that has taken up the '"" J,"'w from ,lu' reports-'the Hoaid's request for their schedule cudgels so willingly on l.vhalf of the ,l,v l'r"',s 1,1 U-thbridge. j of teachers salaries. tile (lovern- |nu-nt's eagerness to protect the Inter ests of the | eople is in the prosecution of the lumber combine. Where in IVterhoi-ough and will have the N-st wishes of a very large oirclc'of friends in the city .-Peterborough Kxaminer. WILSON-GAMKY At the Methodist parsonage on of him I loved so of Knox Church. U'thbridge. ami lat-] er in charge of the cause in Hay-, tuaml. The mission fields of the prcsby-The lightning strikes the eagle down ' S"'n ln Tc�MT�'n� "-P�rt� drop tears I'pon the grave well. Oct. Wilson to Miss Mar.i (lanjey. all of Lethbridge. which soared On powerl'id^ pinion fierce ray. the sun's 1st by Hew Mr. I larrison, John ' And there lies ADAMSON-MILLING. people ? The Lcmicux Bill. Solicitor O'Honouglfe-s report �Geih-ral Su|vrintendent Jamleson is reported as giving the report. l'er- The ting adjour.-ied ,. . , '" m,'"'", i At the home of the bride's par-i uesday night ,, put through the (.,,s X|>pth Wlln| I haps Ik- can expla,,_or rectify. -y-law lor the borrowing of money ,,,, M - 1 for building purposes. As the neivs-' r, ... i ried by Hev. Wm. Heid of tho I he voters list has liccn posted in snry legal tonus did no. arrive froni!tiNt Tabernacle, last evvivng. The ""large numln-r of friends present spent. one brought down from heights supreme Who never feared n face of mortal clay. The avalanche descends with thun-il'ruiis sound, Sweeping the lofty cedar from its pliice moss which for several weeks for Kdmonton. Thursday. t her was no meeting to the Lcmicux "The In the ' tion Act. friendship a |>erson might hale previously fend for Japan. Farmers, Fill This In. a very enjoyable m rial evening, ufU-r the ceremony. CLIIT-'OHn-LlNK. to the city ollic the dominion trni!�-s and lab n- i. n- the inspection of the general public gress contains the following reiecence Citin-ns should s.x- that their names Act: are on the list and that none have The Industrial Disputes Invest igo, ' Ix-en left or placed on that do not -.i Act. 1907.-The full importance j have the right to In- there. The Taps nmongwt the*, poor lieoplu in i ,,f this bill has not probably, been ! Herald believes ibut the li.-t should i In onl.-r t obtain un nceurati- re- I^st owning at quarter past ten such n maniit.r us to remove all the ! fully understood by all the constit-jle printed and posted at various 'port of t Ik- acreage in crop this year, o'clock a iwy interesting wedding iients of the congress. In my opinion ! places around the citv but as the! and the viold of grain In this dls-jtook place in Knox Church, when orgnni/.e.l labor has gained much by 1 law does n.rt require' such action, j .�net. the Herald. respectfully re-;T*" Margaret Link, third daughter Several clergymen think the bars ils passage into lav. if for no other there is no probability that such n!'�l�*"�ts Ul" farmers to fill out the �'f Mr. and Mrs. Adam Link was should not lie put down to shut out reason than that by it. the grievunc- course will be taken by the Council, j'"''in below, sign, and return to The �>�fried Uple intending to j Canada. Wbotber Mr. Grieve has , Spring Wheat proved his case or not only those 1 who are in a position to make or dis Gats ............ - ! prove the charges, know. The Her- . It will Ik- difllciilt holding leader; aid is willing to have its columns used to ventilate this matter, and hopes that those who talk on the s-tiNvt will come bol/liy forward and s-tate their charges clearly Or if Grieve is iiiuoivnl of the charges made, let them say so in a convincing manner. U�ll of the method of securing a good crop will nlso I hi very aece|�table. Also give an estimate of the ucreugo you will huve in crop in iur,s. Acres Average in crop yield for 1U08 j Winter Wheat ................ OiH-n vour arms, O Mother Earth, receive The poor, worn vestments which a mighty soul Hath cast behind him in the arduous race. Well run, for his imiierishablo goal. John I). Higinhotham. Jn The l'resbytt-rlan. it is expected that all'the fields will Ih- manned this fall for the winter. The committee in charge of the establishment of tlh- college nt Cards-ton Reported progress. It Is expected that there will be a lunge enrolment of students as soon as the college is) ready to receive them. The winter meeting of the presbytery will Ih- held" at I'incher Civ.-k, when n confeii-nce on the life and work of the church will lie held. After the leremony the party adjourned to the home of tho bride's jtbT Bow" "l|0 parents oi Ilnmpus street, whore the wedding Kup|�r was served. A large ,array of presents tefttithg^to the UoraKt'iPop'darity of the young couple. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford left on the FIXE CHOPS OUT NOIITII. W. H. Dobbin returned this mor.n. ing from ti trip out north to tho Lit reports that the crops all came up tine after tho storm and all the fields were harvested clean. Several farmers have threshed oyer fifty IiiisIk-Is of wheat to the acre and every one is satisfied. The far ...idnirrht train for Vancouver. Seat-j morn are nil buoyant and a,7 ask tie and l'ortlund on a three weeks-' jtrip. They v ill reside in Lethbridge 'on their return. STHIKE AT STHATHCOXA. On Tuesday President V. II. Sherman of IT. M. W. of A. received a telegram from the management of the mines at Strathconn that the men had struck. Peter Patterson immediately went north to see about it. The union ut Strnthcona has ljoon recently formed. The trouble at Lethbridge has been referred to Ottawa for adjustment. Justice Sifton said he was unable to attend the commission before Octo-U-r Ifi, and as the miners would not wait so long, application has lieen made to the Department oX Ijxbor for a commission t DID YOr NOTICE That the bund did not turn out lo welcome the conquering hero?. That leader Horden did not touch the tariff question? That be could revive the land question but that the school question is �to bc known ns a country where ev-' the Calgary paiiers in u stupor.* orybody was on tho same level but �Units are changing nnd men and women are beginning to look up the antecedents of the people who call upon thorn before thoy will accept them ''l?'11 us members of society. Jt Is a lot I mmm~ of rot. Very few can go back a gen-' A newspu|>er that is improving ev-eration without finding that their �"'>' isslli* is 11,0 t'ulgnry Albert-in. blood relations wore working men. Its telegraphic news service is excep- Tho new- Attorney General of Saskatchewan is thirty years of age. This is a young mini's country all tho That Bergeron's' address was ward speech of a demugoguo? That nomination of W. C. Ives as �the next luemlior by an ardent admirer was not heartily reeelyed? That. C. F. Harris who represents tlio district on the provincial executive was conspicuous by his absence? That Mr. Horden in speaking'of tho appointment of ofllcials said that it. Signed Tp...... Hange...... Socii-m.. -�- flee in the Ik-gin block. A man ..lied Hoover was accused of heingAuld'ri accomplice. Helming was led into the game with the idea that he and Auld would got Hoover's money. Doted ivo Egun arrested Auld ut ono of tectivo Egun arrested Avid and Hoover ut one of tho rive^ bottom i-o-aorts. Hoiming is u laud seeker from North Dakots. ( The gloomy old corridors of Os- ., , . . , .. ,, , i goode Hall were enlivened this morn- Heplymg toMi deputation of Orungo ., , i .. . , .. . , ing by one of the rarest ceremonies Iota! ........... ............ men which waited on him at the llo. ... , . .....i . ii i, . �> 1 ever neon in tho temple of tho god- , , tel \ ancouver today. Hon. U. L. Hot- , . ... , , I I^unt evening Magistrate llumph- . . . i .i ^ i . .. 'dess ol justice-the swearing in of a . , h T len stilted tluK the school (pu-stion . , girl student ns a full-Hedged burns tor to His Majesty's High Courts. The modern Portia is Miss Gerald' in Alberta and Saskatchewan could not lie made an issue in tho next Dominion campaign. Ho uddud that WARNER. Thev ouirhr tr.lv,. . , ~-i.i>.� � oaucii- --i-i..........-o. m ouiciais said tnat It. i tlieru t his summer left on Tin . b�tyi,zhdt:ytrt�ouorgoti: -r r;;ont^r1 ,,,uJ rmTpHrt of tho!shoui1" r ,hj *�� "u>r ^^\^t�zz * *r'' xo lorgot tt. tho continent is covered. In tho editor- �service alone? 1 tost of entrance to the social realm i�J columns Editor Davidson .s serv- , today is money and family podigreo �ng up bright and well written u. - -a foundation of sand only. What tides, ehould lie the tost is education, eui- --. ture, morality and common sense. Farmers got into mixad (arri,i,K Why to it the habit of some people and you will feel much more cjuloi.i- Thut Billy Mclx-nn's suggestion that Horden use u jiost card to toll it all was a good one? C. F. Harris wont to Macleod on Tucstiiiy. The new genernl store of Win. Soy Co is very nearly completed. When it is occupied it will lie a first class general store. II. Hot see of Carson, Iowa, is a recent arrival ut -Warner farm equipment. M. J. Connor, of Pearson, Iowa, is on his way to occupy his lund horo. Hev. it. 11. Harden, tho Methodist minister who 1ms been preaching there -this summer left on Tuesday to Mr. and if the i>eople of, the now provinces Iino H' �ol)inson, of St. Thomas, wan-bod any amendments made\n tho Ir �' tlu' 1,lte ' A> H�Mnson, constitutions conferred on thom by the Dominion parliament they would have to apply directly to tho Imper-iffl parliament. With tho land question matters were different. Tho Dominion house, if it saw fit, could hand over tho ad-v ith full j ministration of tho public lands to tho now provinces. WANTED tlie well-known St. Thomas lawyer Miss Bobinson is tho third femnlo lawyer in Ontario. Tho first was Clura Brett Martin, who was sworn ' aoo-ctor Botcher fined Auld nnd Hoover $30.nnd costs Anch and ordered them to pay Heuning $200 which they accordingly did. V A Oonorul Sorvunt for housdiwork. now Harden was a ftiitlifui worker wil,l Ihj greatly inissed. BORN*.-On Tuesday, Oct. 1st, to Mr. and Mrs. E. j. cook, of tho Eden Rest Poultry Farm, a daughter. in aboiYt ton years ago, nnd is ----- in Toronto, and tho second was Miss , E. M. l'owloy. of Port Arthur. She tiocamo a lawyer about five years ago. The swearing in of Miss Robinson created n mild sensation in the Half. She is a general favorite among tho ply D. McAllister, Box 486, l'(0lh-it.f. WANTED J. T. Cooper was elected flrst mayor of Nanton. A. .1Robertson, M. j students, and during nor course of P.P., was fleeted Alderman being j Ave years has become prpular umoug sixth in tho list. IjuiIuc shipped more grain than any other town between Calgary and Strnthcona in 11)00. Secretary Treasurer J. \V. Nunu of Fornlo, B.C., has resigned. all her acquaintances She will return to St. Thomas, and take up her legal duties in tho ollleo of her late father's llrm. She does not intend to begin work in tho courts as yet.-Toronto Star. Miss Robinson is a niece of Mrs, Penny-father of Lolhbr.idge. Good general servant. A|/ Mrs. C. Haley, 012 Burdott ' SERVANT WANT To do gcnornl housowo Mrs. W. S. Galbraith, But -- Col, S. B. Steele siieak [ gnry snid that Keir lit jtiide during tho Boor/ have prohibited his sjic^ Calgary nudlonco. ;