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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 10, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta IDGE HERALD m CO., LTD. fAUSTIN, tiltsr sss Msssftr (ptttAN, S�tt at Jos DtsarMMl. SUBSCRIPTION: l Advance 91.80 * year atrwiss . ta'oo a year ADVERTISING: r Month 1.00 Pm Inch .Right Kind of Publicity. man very �r�H and ho volunteered tho information that If ho Mi Alberta for good, the province would bo ahead as hid knocks at the country would be its best advertisement. This Statement has been corroborated by lothors of his old'time neighbors who have larger Interests both In Alberta and Dakota than he has. Thin man left his crop In AllxTta covered with inaccurate, t have never matJb any such reference during my present tour In the Mouse of Commons I have frequently referred to tho Oallcians as undesirable settlers, basing my opinion on what I saw of the west during my tour of lt)oa." Wo trust the .tournnl will now 1m satisfied that If there has been any misrepresentation of Mr. Ronton'* at snow and went to Dakota. While he J iterances the guilt cannot bo attach was there superintending tho thresh-led to The Morn Id but to the Whittl- ing of his little twelve bushel to the acre crop, Ms crop of thrice tho bush els was standing up ready for the harvest and his neighbors wondered why he was not attending to his business. At least the man with the mental capabilities of uttering such peg Telegram lournal. and tho Edmonton Investigate This Cuse. \ Ex*M"yor Kogcre t0,d thc wh0,e �et ns above Indicated. *,Wth.wh*n he declared, on his return Mr. Hnllenberg. the Devil's Lake )trom tho east, that very lKtlo was Journal nor any other jwrson cannot known down there about Lethbridge flntl In Sunny Southern Alberta -ma--;j4nd Southern Alberta. As a matter nv of those who went to thc North-!Mo and told to look for another Job' Manufacturer Gurney would like ono of the political parties to hang Hself on Hainan's gallows. Give Lethbridge more publicity. This is a good city to talk about. Don't get cold foot Just localise you can't borrow a dollar in these times of stringency. There is a good time coming. I**thhririgo. the great railroad centre of Alberta. Keep watehlng Lethbridge grow. (K't busy and help lethbridge grow too. Tho knorkor is abroad in the land. Hit hjm with some of the powerful words.of .be Kngllsh language, -o' r^i-hln�"ihlrVl. Schaefor was run that he will fully understand you I ,,oWn lwtwoen lhirt, lUM, homt>. TlMk. for. F.vcrs singled to left centra. Ev crs stelo second. Schulte tanned. Score-Chicago 1, Detroit 0. Fifth innings. Detroit-Schmidt slnglod to loft. O'Leary out thinl to first, Schmidt taking second, Donovan struck out. I Jones singled and Schmidt took! third on the hit. Kllng threw1 Schmidt out on third catching him ' off the base while .lones was trying; to steal second. No runs. Chicago-Tinker struck out. Over-1 gll out. Itossman to Donovan. 81a-1 gle singled to left ami stole second, i Schmidt singled 'to left Crawford singled to left. No runs. Sixth innings. Detroit-Schaefer singled to left. Crawford singled to loft, Schnefer taking second. Cobb flew out to Tinker. Ilossmnnn forced Crawford 1 at soeond, Tinker to Evers, Schaefor The farmers of this part are harvest ............ ... .... ...,v. ing the greatest crop ever harvested | Southern Altwrtn only asks fa,lr play Because Saskatoon, Edmonton, lie- j, Allwrta or In any other part of: Its fields are an evidence of its rich fejfcf**! Battleford, Prince Alberta and America. There are very few tn.-:i:s > noss. Hut knocks such as are alk'g i-,*algary haw spent money in write yielding iws than thirty buahMs to ed to have been handed out from *,�er* that are criticizing do that in uny district he may visit. ttno policy nnd utterances of Mr. Dor This Is a great country, n country1 ,|,., ,, Milwlili/ed organs. The Her-for great men, and not for faint hear ,,1,1 js |n bviictu! sympathy with the \ led specimens whose hopes cannot |,ont.v ,f th0 Liberal party. We are | rise above u f got rid 'f. Dy the way the Dopartniont V'otild adminislor a sound tongue II.iv .liii'g, to this chap who issues reports iih-out the crops from Southern Allnrtu anil forgets nil about tlH� l/Hbluidge district. It is not a !uir it al Somebody In the department int Ottawa Is e'tber mighty car.doss or is using a little hammer in this dis- liave no use for him. lor gol ,,, 0,rt |,y a throw from , , , ...lllllng. No runs, he Spokane dyer s a good nddi . . . . '. , .... i Chieago-Sheckard out. Chance fan for Southern Alliertn but the Spok- . " . , , ., . . . . , . , , ,1 ned. Stelnfeldt singled to centre and nuc knocker Is an evil thing and, . , , , , stole second. Kllng fanned. No runs. shim Id be ivmiivoil. I , , Seventh Innings. Ivtrolt-Coughlln out, short to llrst. Schmidt out at first. Overall to Chance. O'lxwry fanned. No should he removed. S Support tbo by-laws. The money raised will helji to improve the. city. unwise policy in the past. Write ups tand page ads are all right but they want to bo put where they will do most good. With such a policy in practice there would be considerably less ignorance ; about Lethbridge and Southern Alberta. Subsidized Newspapers. Olwy the doctor's orders in regard runs, to the use of city water. Chleago-Kwrs Hew out to left. � Schulte out Schnefer to Uossmnn. The extension of tht. sewerage nnd j Tinker fanned. No runs, waterworks systems is an important 1 Klghth innings. mutter. Vote for the bylaws. Detroit-l>onovnn out Overall to Chance. Jones first on an inlleld hit Troo|k>r Mulloy who lost his eye-i -'ones stole second. Schnefer safe fHght In the South African war is|0*> Tinker's error, Jones reaching going to Oxford to take a post gra- j third. Schnefer stole second. Craw-( duate course. His fo\>s and all ex- j '��! doubl�d to right scoring Jones' peases should In; paid by the Cana-'�lul Schnefer. Crawford reached j dion people for his ulllietion cameith|rd when Kllng fumbled . Cobb about while in. the service of his | hatted to Overall who tried tocntch; country fighting the Doer's in South', Crawford at the plute but Crawford Africa. ( managed to got back to third when Stoinfeldt ilrnpiK'il K ling's throw. Cobb reiuiied second on the play, to pay Hon. C. S. Ilyman his sal-{ Crawford scores on Ilossman's out to nry ns a Cabinet Minister, while outiwntri*- Score-Detroit �. Chicago 1. of the country. That money would. Ninth innings. It is nothing less than outrageous lie fnr Iwtter in the pockets of Detroit-Schmidt safe on Kvers fum unfortunate and deserving fellow like 1O'Leary nut Kvers to Chance. Schmidt went to second, Donovan may Alliertn Iv delivered. Lethbridge's Future. How r>>gion. Now we are told that a line is also to bo built from here to Saskatoon. The construction of these branch- The Little Hammer Again. Knry causes more cruel nnd undeserved blows than any other ailment k that Infests humanity. Albcrtu this fall had'What looked like a serious misfortune In the shu|ie of a snow-||^'storm and a frost. Tho people and Wi the press of Albertu do not hesitate to say that conditions for a few 'days looked bad and in some cases were bad. Tho American pu|>ers, par |^"' ttcularly in those states that wore fooling the exodus to Sunny Alberta, _ have tnken tho incident as a sweet 'morsel to rol,l under their tongues. The Devil's Lake, (N.D.) Journal pub, |M�hed an article.which was reprinted j � ��' t�� '"""^ lhc roud mw H^ni P"by the Fargo (N.D.) Forum and oth-or ]Htper8 ln which the hammer wus applied vigorously to Allwrta. The Herald does not hesitate to republluh |such palpable falsehood:- 1 |. -"Every day almost reports are l>e-Sdng received hero of crop failures and [,.disappointments in Alliertn, Canudn. ji;Tho situation is so bud that the 'Sunny Southern Atlierta" Is The term wus supplied to the country by the oily ktongued lund agents, who evidently Concluded that the country needed Incedod somothing poetical about it, ns nature failed to supply it, adopted a title which would load ono i^,p bcliovu that the country wus tho 'fairest ln all creation. liut those that have lieen in the country for a years have found out differently. W- HallcnlKirg, of Nunton, Alberta, and a former resident of this country, was hero looking after his interests. He still owns a large .ot of land 'in Dry Lake Township, came hore to see how tho throsh-was coming along. During the so of his visit ho told his friends ;h�t he will not^got a crop In Albcr-jta this year, lie said that tho pros |peots were excellent up to about Mhree weeks ago, when a heavy snow ptonn came. Snow started.to fall the afternoon ono day just at the -_ie tho wheat was ready to cut IfiMd continued until the next day. ~ hen it stopped snowing there was than a foot of snow on tho 'newspaper, but thank Heaven wo do' not sell our opinions for one hund-| red or more dollars of government1, | advertising a year. The Herald will You can count on it that I,.th->"rv,v" ******* it receives govern-bridge is going to be a big railroad,mont advertising or not. centre ' rlu? 'IoV,,hl is the sort of a paper The C. P. II. has had lines planned1 t,mtx isn*1 ttfraU* t�� u'" its (r,en',� here from Wevburn. opening a pra.-iwhl,n ,n,'v urt> thc wronB- Whl>n tlcnlly unknown country and from w" 'lo c�*�el�' the l�ft�.v or her,- north to the main line, giving; 118 membera we will not swallow our access to the rich lands in the LiuWw,ml" " w""k or "� Ukt,,r ns was lho case with the Journal In dealing Mulloy. The Department of Public Works nt Kdtnontiin seems to be slow in erecting public buildings. The Card-ston court house is not yet com-plet.ul and Work on the penitentiary here has not yet even commenced. A tariff as high as lliiiiuin'v gallows Is the desire of one Toronto manufacturer. Tho political party that boosts the tariff as high as 'sworn', Kvers out trying to stool that will lie yure to swing on those home. Donovan to Schmidt. Score gallows too with the Canadian vot-|� � ors as the executioners Hew to Chance. .Tones out Tinker to Chance. No runs. Chicago-Chance singled to right. Stoinfeldt hH by pitcher. Chance took second. Kllng bunted out to Hossmnn unassisted. Kvers safe on Cotighlin's error, bases full. Chance scored on Schulte:s out. Itossman to Donovan, Howard butted for Tinker I Howard taking first nnd Kvers taking third. Score tied 3-St. Moran K. Foster. . 1WM, thc Journal Foster in this lan- IPterin, |>ognrdcd as a joke. with lion. (loo On October 2 referred to Mr. gunge: here on terminal, is proof that they! 7�* ffhnl� Conservative party wiy have eaten*!w plans in view for| w�come_iho wjMirt that a moyemonl extension in this district-will give us four C.lVlt W. H. Ileurwt says he does not wnnt :t-3. 'IVnth innings. lieulbnch now pitching for Chicago. Detroit-Schafer out Zimmermun to lines alone. We novi have tho Alberta Hallway to the boundary and Cnrdston. The C.N.it. and the C5. T. P. have charters for lines from Calgary through this city to Uk' boundary aim .Ins. J. Hill an-nounovd somo time ago that his Canadian Transcontinental would strike Lethhridite. isn't it apparent that U'thbridge Is going to In- tl>o greatest ratl.iouii centre of Alberta? The railroads want to get in liere liecuuse they realize now that it is a rich agricultural ills trict. jis on foot to remioHt Mr. Iturden to so\\*r Mr. Foster's connection with the councils of the Conservative party. Tlvo same brief of excommunication shouM l>o read against Messrs. Fowler, Po|k', Dennett nnd all the politicians mixed up with the I. O. F. insurance scandals. WHvcnnnnt politically afford to carry these passengers in the Conservative boat any 1 longer." That was the Journal's opinion of ! Mr. Foster a year ago. Did it cling to its indo|ioners now at short. Craw-For a verv good reason, which he'f"r�� second. Scheck-itoba Conservatives is real. Hon. nrtl �tniro,nin"nce to the following opinion they know that Lethbridge is to lie the Pittsburg of Canada. Around here will be found the coal supply of Western Canada and a railroad without a private entrance to this field would bo sadly crippled. Some |>oople may ridicule tho predictions as to Lethbridge's promising future but the Herald Is one of those with tho faith that this city twill In a few years outstrip some of.tho cities that Imagine they have a lead impossible for any other, place to overcome. Who is to Blame ? The Heral.d is accused by The Edmonton Journal of misrepresenting Mr. Itorden, tho leader of tho Conser vattve party. It claims Mr. llorden never termed the Ouliclans and Douk hobors "undesirables" yet the Journal In its issue of Sept. 8 published tho platform laid down by Mr. llorden at the opening of his campaign at Halifax and credits him with say- , _____, ____,ing that ono of tho woaJc points of lr year's crop, which represented tho Laurier government policy was rytblng tboy had. It cost each the "Importation of Doukhobors and T from several hundred to sever! other objectionable clusses." 'thousand dollars to put In tho Tho Journal is a mouthpiece of tho and as the seed .will not oven bo Connor vat I vo parly and surely it back, it has in many cubcs, would not misrepresent tho Conservative loader. It is true that Mr. Borden did deny in an interview ut Winnipeg that been in Alberta for several he had called those peoplo "undusir-V��t will probably put a dam-' ablp sottlers" during his spoochmak-5 on the immigration thero. There ing campaign but how. can ho explain Jota Qf igood land m thiB state, the farmer, unless he had bank account to draw from, iad experience of those who ;,vhy go to Canada to farm is than one is able to understand" ir; extreme jealousy has caused inta��t-aerving papers to ovor-* tho mark obviously. If the o^al has been receiving reports -ijcg fa.ll.uro and disappointment .Hj>erta, li. must have been the tlie words that arc* attributed to him by the press of his party at Halifax? Di|>ed to Philadelphia, which was the former home of the deceased gen-ileman. Mrs. Peterson and Wm- Henderson of the Lethbridge hotel, whore the deported had made his home, accompanied ithe body. During the two years of his residence in Lethbridge, Col. Peterson had won a high placo in the regard of the people of Lethbridge. Although an ardont 'American ho entered heartily into any movement thai was for the promotion of the welfare of Loth bridge and the surrounding district. Roth as a public olllcial and as a prl vate citizen he was very highly esteemed by the pdoplo of Lethbridge, who havo a deop fooling of sorrow at his untimely departure and of sympathy for Mrs. Peterson in her atllic-tion. Michel Local Union of U.M.W. of A. nominated J. Douglas1, of Michol, B. 0. for President of the district. Douglas, who opposed Sherman last year, refused tbo nomination. Fer- nie Local Union nominated Wm. Hay son of Coleman, who was ono of tho Alberta Provincial Coal Commissioners for President, F. Mlscisco, Pernio for vice-presidont. J. Shutor. Fornie for Sec'y., und Wm. Dickenson, Fornie for International Board member. W. L. Wilton LICENSED AUCTIONEER* , Lethbridge, A Ha. Residonoo Cor. Ford and Glyn Sts. Applications for dates may be made at Tho Herald Office. CARD OF THANKS In behalf of Mrs. Ntoldig and myself I wish to thank all those who so gen erously contributed tho beautiful assortment of flowers and wreaths and also those who so willingly and patiently tendered their services during my daughtet's long illnoss. Andrew Noidig. FOR ADOPTION, Strong healthy child. Apply to Box 345, Lethbridge. LOST One Cravenettte overcoat between Belly River Bridge and Union Depot, Reward given for return to Dominion Lands Office. 10-17 Lethbridge, ;