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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 10, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta SUBSCRIPTION year a year ADVERTISING Month Inch Kind of maa and he voluaiaereu tho Information that if he Alberta tho province would be ahead as his knocks at the country would be its best This statement has been corroborated by lothers of his old neighbors who have larger interests both in Alberta and Dakota than he This man left his crop in Alberta with snow and went to While he I have aenjr BIMW any such refereuoe during my present tour la the House of Commons I have fre quently ivsienvxl to tho Galidans as undesirable basing my opin ion on what I saw of the west dur ing my touf of We trust the Journal will be satisfiedthat if there has been any misreprosohtation of BortVns at Maaufactuivr Gumey would one of the political parties to hang ou ilaiuans Lethbridge motv This is a good city to talk Dont get cold feet just because you cant borrow a dollar in these times the guilt cannot be attach 0 Thero is a good time Was theresuperintendingthe thresh1 eti to The Herald but to the of his little twelve bushel to Telegram and the Edmonton acre his crop of thrice bush els was standing up ready for the harvest and his neighbors wondeivd why he was not attending to his bus At least the man with the cv from the that very Iktie Rogers told the whole aet he on his return irr the Devils was Journal other person cannot A Lethbridge in gunny Southern Alberta ma vVaiHiSouthern As a matter ny O1lhose wno weiu to thc Xorth has to takea map and wcst the ami put in large pointout this part of the country crops ape embarrassed Yjxwhen in Toronto and Investigate This The is made that mental such the agent of the Domimon govern statements would in all probability deliboratelv declared that Sou is this the case The farmers of this part are harvest ing the gixatest crop evor harvested Because Beiu Allxjrta or in any other part of 1riuce Alberta and There are very few money m write yielding less than thirty bushsU toed to have hoen handed out from them Albertawas not a good wheat country on the ground that it was too dry for wheat This is a serious charge and the Department of Interior should inves tigate and a proven the agent at Spokane should handed his envel ope and old to look for another job Southern Alberta only Its fields areun evidence of its rich But knocks such us arc groat railroad cen tre Of watching Lethbridge kt busy and boip LethbrUlge grow to Wt Kv ChicMgo Itetroit Fifth Schmidt sintflexl io OLeary out third to Schmidt taking Donovan struck I and Schmidt took j Kling thivw advertisements in east the acre and before the over r the eastern people all the no doubt that the many more are g facts concerning their respective disnietl lhnso oily tonffllcd uuid have misrepresented the v WhathasLethbridge done I The Herald has inter to the arguments of muny believe thov tongued individual who the other day tUirnett is a writeup in a western pafar greater and better than they had per compared with one in a These lies were lies of omis Des sou ratheir than The that if the gave the actual facts to the or Nebraska paper We want1 fact of the matter is advertise wrfere are unfam agent with the great and rich resourc farmers of the worn out north cen of this We believe in tral states they would not be beMev the of Trade and Can a fanner around Devils followed a rather Lake imagine himself driving mile in the ups after mile through wheat that wll page ads are all right but they thresh out between fortyfive and fif to be put where they will do bushels of wheat Lfif kaiie will do us IVopis will not come near see They will not tliink it rth while after hearingthe statiuent of a government It is the duty of owit of the Interior to take this mutter up without there knockers of Southorn Alberta In its service they must be got rid By the way the Department sduld administer a sound tongue to this issues reports ab out the crops from Southern Alberta and forgets all about live It not a dal Somebody in department rut Ot tawa is eithor mighty careless or is using a little hammer in this dis Subsidized The Edmonton Journal refers to The knocker is abroad in the Hit lifm with some of t lie powerful the Knglish rcachjntf that he will fully understand you have no The Spokane flyer is a good odd for Southern but the Spok ane knocker is an evil thing and shouldbe Support The money raised will helj to improve the Jones singled third on the Schmidt out on catching him off the base whflo Jones was trying to steal No struck Over gll Rossman to gle singled to and stole Schmidt singled to left Crawford sin gled to No j to Crawford singled to Schaefer taking flew out to Rossmann forced Crawford at Schaefer Schaeior was ruu down hotwoon third and Tink er got uut out by a throw from No Chance fan Hteinfeldt singled to centre and stole Kliug No short to j to Obey the doctors ordersin regard first Schmidt at Overall OJjeary No to the use of city Thc extension of the sewerage and waterworks systems js an important Vote for the Trooiwr Multoy who lost his eye sight in the South African war is going to Oxford to take a gra duate His foes and all tx jwnsos should be paid by the Cana dian people ior atllictioii about while the service of his country fighting theBoers in South It is nothing less than outrageous to pay Ilynmn his sal ary as a Cabinet while out of the That money would be far beuter in the pockets oi an such a policy in practice there the newspapers that are and deserving tnere io than m any district he may oolitv and rtf Air be considerably less ignorance This is a rant countrv a countrv ttcranws JwaboutLethbride and Southern M iuuiur r a as Thc Al for groiic men Jincl noc for fajnt hear Little Hammer causes more cruel and unde blows than any other ailinenc Alberta this fall had vwhat looked like a serious in the shape of a snow patormand a The and ted specimens whose hopes cannot rise abovea foot of From such may Alberta le d Lethbridges You can count ou it that Leth aid is in general sympathy with the policy of the Liberal We are The Department of Public Works at Edmonton seems to be slow hi nofc posing as a straddle the ltublic The Card but thank Heaven we dojsLun Vollrt ilouse isnot yet coin not sell our opinions for one hund red or more dollars of government advertising a The Herald will whether it receives govern bridgc is going to be a big railroad advertising or work on thepenitentiary here has not yeteven A tariff as high as Humans gal lowsis thedesire of Toronto l The Herald is the sort of apaper The political party press of Alberta do not hesitate Tne Rnas natl lmC5 planned that conditions for a ner opening a prac bad and in some casas unknown country and from badThc American par in those states that were the exodus to Sunny the incident as a sweet under Devils Lakel Journal pub was reprinted bythe Fargo FoVum and oth papers in which theHammer vigorously to AlbertaN The does not hesitate to republish such palpabte day almost reports are be received here of croj failures and 7tdjsappohitments in situation is so bad that the Southern Alberta is as a The term was to the country by the oily land who evklentiy the country needed CTBeettetl something abouc as nature failed to supply a title vhich would lead one jto believe that the country was the Butthose J that have Ixenjn the country for a more than that Jew years have found out thev know that Lethbridge is to le Around isnt afraid to tell its friends when they arc in the When we do criticize the Literal party or here north to the main its wc will not swallow our access to the rich lands In the Little a or so later fts was the Bow Now we are told that a linois also to be built from here to The construction of these branch es and the road has spent here on terminals is proof they have in view for extension in this give us f o u C 1 ines We no rt Alberta Kail way to the boundary and The and have charters for lines from Calgary through this city to thb boundary auci Hill an nounceVl some time ago that his Can would strike it apparent that Lethbridge is going to betbe greatest railroad cen tre of Alberta The railroads want to get lere they realize now thaiit agricultural dis They that it going to IK the great district of and a former resident of this looking after his Hestill owns a large of land in Drj Lake camp here to sec how the thresh wascoming During the Vjfpmrseof his visit he told his friends he will a crop in Alber He said that the pros excellent up to about weeks when a heavy snow Snow started vto fall e afternoon one day just at the the wheat WKS ready to cut continued the next it stopped snowing there a foot of snow on the grain was beaten down with and and covered a total was week this sum iner that there was not a light irost Alberta and IhccandVtions discpurnffing to the of who wont to the forthwest in the spring are financial as they have lost case with the Journal dealing with On October the Journal referred to Foster in this lan guage The whole Conservative party wiU welconSe rhe report that a movement on foot to request Borden to sever Fosters connection with the councils of the Conservative par The same brief of excommunica tion should lie read against Bennett and all the politicians mixed up with the insurance cannot politically afford to carry these pas sengers Conservative boat anv That was the Journals opinion of Foster a year Tid it cling to its indeixjnrtence anil continue its tlemand for his excommunication from the Nary a A wxtk or so ago tlw Journal gave following opinion prominence to he Of Foster has boen rc here will be found the coal supply of Reived with every mark of confidence in the The ixople there are cvwlencly alive to the They know that Foster is at tacked solely dishonorable men wish to disarm and thus Western Canada and a railroad with out a private entrance to this field would Some people may ridicule the pre dictions as ito Lethbridges promising future but the Herald is one of thosefLo makc their own raids upon with the faith that this city swill in a few years outstrip some of cit ies that imagine they have a lead impossible for any place to Who is to Blame The Herald is accused by The Ed monton Journal of misrepresenting the leader of the Conser It claims Borden termed and Douk hobors undesirables yet the Jour nal in its issue of 3 published thc platform laid down by Bor rten at the opening of his campaign at Halifax and credits him with say ing that one of the weak points of which representedthe Laurier government policy was ing tboy It cost each the importation of Doukhobors and from several hundred to sever other objectionable dollars to put in the thc seed not even be The Journal is a mouthpiece of the Conservative party and snrelv it it has in many cases would not misrepresent thc Consevv unless he had bank account to draw of those who in Alberta for several ho had called these people will probably put a dam ablp sottlcrs during his spocehniak sr the immigration There ing campaign but can he explain ativc It is tnic that did de ny in an interview that ofigood land in this to Canada to farm is one is able to understand tlic words that arc attributed to him by tho press of his party at Halifax Did he amend his speech nnrt plat form after his meeting there extreme Jealousyhas caused Any way Borden made a rath mtenssiserving papers mto over 1 the If the receiviMf reports Wy of lailwrel ami disappointment must been the vMerard caaae acron er contradictory According to his Winnipeg the of he said I am in the west I wish to say that in respect to the question of which ivpl Treasury and upon the resources of the Foster is wel comed by his friends in the East for the enemies he has And so it ought to be Every foe of graft will he vijfttcd with the venomous at tacks of the grafter and of their organs of the Toronto Globe But every friend of public honesty ought to sec to it that these attacks are Now if e wanted to be nasty we might suggest that thc Journal was to leave George Eulas alone but we will merely conclude that the winds have a gool deal to do wtth alteringthe thc Conservative organ at OUR POINT OF VIEW The Eastern Tory papers are gett ing They of the frosts killing the crops and of the enthus iasm attending all Bordens meetings The proper order is a record of the frost that stnick Borden and the en thusiasm that exists because of the bumper The Toronto Mail and Empire says in its issue of Borden is being received in the West with a degree of enthusiasm comparable only to that with which he has been greeted throughout East ern Of course thisnna written bcfore the Jjethbridge meet ing which was as devoid of enthus iasm as a billiard ball of aneseis sme as referring to certain na now than ever before and that as is quite is that boosts thc tariff as high as that will le sniretU swing oil those gallows too with the vot ers as the lew out to Sdiuhe out Schaefer to Tinker No Eighth out Overall to Jones first on an infield hie stole Schaefer on Tinkers Jones reaching Schaefer stole Craw ford doubled to right scoring Jones and Crawford reached third when Kling fumbled Cobb batted to Overall who tried to catch Crawford at the plate but Crawford managed to get back to third when Steinfeldt dropped Klings Cobb reached second on the out Chicago Ninth safe on Evers funi OLeary nit Evers to Schmidt went to Donovan flew to Jones out Tinker to No singled to Stoinieldl hit by Chance took Kling bunted out to Hossnmn Evers safe on Coughlins bases Chance scored on Rossman to I Toward batted for Tinker Howard taking first and Evers tak ing Score tied Moran Evers out trying to steal Donovan to Score IVjnth Keuibach now pitching for Ziinimerman to Evers now at Craw ford Zimmerman played sec Cobb out to Chance unassist No Schaefer to grounded to Slagle safe on Hearst says he does not want the presidency For a Aery good which he failrs to and that is that he could not get 0 It looks as if the rumored trouble between Borden and the Man itoba Conservatives is Hoblin was to speak at Calgary at his leaders meeting but he wasnt If Roblin fails to show up at the Manitoba meetings Borden wiil wish he had postponed I rar out onto the grounds his western touruntil after he had thinking the game was over but vijre an infield stole Schedc ard struck Chance Sa gle stole Chance stole SlagIe came home a passed ball but was declared out on the grounds that he interfered with balL The whipped the malcontents into A Great Special to the The first game for the baseball championship of the world was play ed on Tuesday in and was a The game is given in innings in a despatch to The Herald teams that appeared in the owning cham pionship game today wore as follows Detroit Crawford Chicago Slagele Sheckard Chance Steinfcldt Jones Rossman 3b Coughlin c Schmidt Evers 2b r Schaefer Sehulte Cobb Tinker OLeary Overall Donovan Umpires Sherjdan and 1st was Schae fcr forced The play was Stein fddt to Crawford flew out to Sharfer out stealing Kling to flew to Sheckard singled to Chance struck Sheckard stole second and went to third on Schmidts wild Steinfeldt Score Second grounded out to Rossman Tinker to Couchlin No Evers sac rificed Kling to Donovan nan dling the Sehulte Schae fer to Kling taking forced back by the No out to Coughlin flew out to Schmidt safe Evers low throw to OLeary flew out to No Row out to on infield Kling taking SUeinfeldb Kling safc Evers bunted flew out on Held Zimmerman struck No an in Twelfth Donovan Jones Third singled to OLcary sacrificed to Iono van struck Jones Schmidt took Schaefer out Tinker to JNo struck Sla gle flew to Schaofer and Sheckard fouled JNo Fourth singled to Cobb Rossman Coughlin flew out to who dou Crawford at Tinker tak ing the No runs SteJnfeldt Rossmann to sing to leit Ana Chanco Kling at second trying to vtnetch the Schmidt to 3hae flew out to Schaefer ground edoat to Chance Cough lin No ChicagoOverall flew out to centre flew to Sheckard ScoreDetroit Chicago 3 Game called on account of darkness Large quantity of bated hay can be had from Hick ft LUNDY McKehzie Welsh threshed bushels of fall oft of 50 besides fattening a fine crop of goph Welsh also threshed bushels off of 40 acres of spring Next year he wants to get in a that is on this land they arc giving up here in I Four threshing outfits namely Is ami Nelson arc all owner wRhin a radius of four mHes in this district JEach 53 doing big business at the present although slightly handicapped just now for lack of men is being paid for men and Neve has returned after finishing his house on the Euslcy leaves before long for a tour of the part of Mon George Stevensons team took fright at a threshing rig the Bother day and for a time we ticked the fence posts right Luckily no damage was Ross has returned to his Sudden Deaths Life it uncertain uu midden dettki fnqumitlr Mtke your will thii Couiptuy u jouJ Eiecutor wd you for THE TRUSTS AND IDARANTEE Head Toronto Capital and Public Administrator for Letlibridge Judicial Adviaory Board for Albarta Turaer E William 711 First Street West Alexander Corner Cash Basis Our entire stock of Wall Paper will be auctioned Saturday at 8 oclock We require the for the care of FURNITURE ou the way The Turpin Furniture Brodie Staffords Old Stand We guarantee a square deaLto all who trade Stock Just Arrived be added to our already large and well assorted This itock arrived includes Dress FaneY Dry Boots and Rain and all lines carried in General Dry Goods We expect to have inost of it opened np by Friday It will pay you to inspect carefully for your fall as we boueht tins stock afrer we had made our purchases for so will have to clear it out in a THIS MEANS BARGAINS FULLER PARTICULARS NEXT WEEK In the we are selling good goods at very low Come and see for The Brown TW UU Col The people of Pincher Crock pre sented Lawrence a handsome silver coffee set the occasion of their departure for Eien Hick WaMy a con signment of baled hay On Saturday morning the city was shocked to of the death of II the United States immigration agent at this He had suffered from congestion of the lungs for several days but such a sudden and sad was un The on Monday morning was shipped to which was the former home of the Peterson and derson of the Lethbridge where thc departed had made his ac companied the During the two years of his resi dence in Peterson had won a high place in the regard of the people of Although an Ardent American he entered hcart nly into any that was for tlie promotion of the welfare of Lcth bridge and the surrounding Both ns R public official and as a pri vate citizen he was very highly es teemed by the peopleof who have a deep feeling of sorrow at his untimely departure and uf sym pathy for Peterson in her afflic nie Local Union nominated Hay son of who was one of the Alberta Provincial Coal Commission ers for Fernie for Fernie for and Fer for International Board Wilson LICENSED Icsidp7icv Ford and GJyn AppHcations for dates saay be at The Herald CARD OF THANKS Tn behalf of Meidig and myself I wish to thank all those who so erously contributed the beautiful as sortment of flowers and wreaths amf also those who so wilHngly and pa tiently tendered their services during my daughters long Andrew Michel Local Union of of noHsinatod for President of the who Shermaa Vwt refund the FOR Strong healthy Box Apply to LOST fr So iy Ui ver Bridge ami Union Beward given for return to Lands 1017 ;