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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 17, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta YOU WANT WE GIVE DIMUTY FIRST, LAST and ALL THE TIME Specialty this week- Cut Glass.. Fruit Bowls, Nappy's Bon-bon Dishes. Water Sets, Vases, Decanters, Cream and Sugar Sets. Anything you like. / All in choice designs. G. Ross Tate The Jeweler AS AN ESTIMATE OF MR. BORDEN XOT~^I.IKfJIA- TO Lie A I) THE CON- SKUVATIVIOS TO POWKR - -CAX'T CUICATK F.N-TIUSIASM. monton tnado no rei'cronco to 'nil this and om; of his suppoPters Ijroiiht it to thu ivtlclition of the audtt-nce bill incidontully. Surely, sonic one hiis bluntloivtl? Tho lOdnionlo'n Snturday News, pro nounccdiy imk>|)emlonl in its political j teloijraph. and ext.-nsion of views, and one of the liosl nformed pa|>ers in western Canada, publisheil the followini? on the t'onservativc ^^^,.-^,,.,,1 leader's �e�tirrn to constructiTO featurv* of Jlr. Borden's programme, there are only thn* ihat arj at all out-standing;, his proposils for civil, .si_rwic>o ivfonn, nntionulizn'tion of telephone the powers of tho railwa.v commission, looking to the establi.vhment of a utiHtvps commis.sion. The ideas in each instance am? first class. But his piK>sentiition of them will not sweep him into power. Ci\il Horviix" ri>:"orni is a much to tx- flesiivd ix>sult. Mr. Horden is undoubtedly in earih'sl in tryin>f to bring it about. Hut is thei^' ajiy guarantcu that ho will l>o abte to swing his party nimind to.such a im-asuro.' Mr. WhTtney, the t'onser-vn'livc Premier of Ontario, could bell h'im sonvthin^ of the ditHc.ultios DRKYING. If yob wish draying or moving of any kind done, call on us. . We have the largest and best equipped ciir:age business in the city, with thoroughly experienced men in charge. All work promptly attended to. Hay and Oats of the best grade for sale. Coal delivered' to all {parts of the city on short notice. population of this pain of th-e wo.'^t ,that a leahe Saturday Xe-�� is convinced, ,,,ke the civil service what seriously uuder-esliiiiated the number sii-os-' in attenilani-e. Taking as a lias-is to he tle- the seats that have l>ecn placed in the front part of the rink for several T't is certain tha'l hi- could not do n. unless the party bad ptc�lg�i it- importniit niu.sical attractions, we self in convention to support him. y /ii. 1 i!!|tp WarelioQse & Transfer Co., Ltd. | Office-First door south of Opera House. Phone 63 in CITY OF LETHBRIDGE. Notice of Local Improvement 1 JNotice is hereby given that in pursuance of a resolution passed in Coun . Ivis cii on the seventh dnj' of October, ate believe we ai-o quite .safe in saying that at least six thousand people wei'e present when the leader of the opposition began hjs addi-ess. It was a jrreat occasiion. Hid Mr. Borden riSe to it? In the piclu'ivsciiie language of Mr. Cocksliutt, "tho ijy*' breaker" of th^ evening, we trow-not.:. For tho Oonsi'rvative leader, the Saturday News has no small measui-o of admiration. lie is a man of integrity, capacity and thor. ough earnestness. In parliament he does credit to the great historic organization of which he is the head. The sijeechos of no member of tho House of Commons make letter ivatl ing in Hansard. Hut he is not a popular orator and it is not in him to sway an audience sucli as that Which assembled to hear him,on Wed ncsday evening. It was restless from tho first and the contra.st between the hearing which it gave Mr. Borden and his provincial supporter on this tour Mr. Bergej-on, was very marked. The lattyr, judged by piirel.v intellectual standards, is not in the same class with his part.v chief, but he has at least one very important qualification that Mr. Borden lacks. He has magnetism! - d Quite apart, liowover, from the immediate ct of his addresses on Heivin lies his weakness in this as in other connections. The elcotor.si cannot bo blind to the fact that it is his own |>ersonal ideas, not "tho-se of his party that he is advancing. Takr. the second i)lank .ju.S't re.erred to, the nationalization of telephones and telephones. Wlion he announced it at Halifax, the oldi�t and ix-r-ha,ps thenios^t influent ial t'on.s^>rva-tive newspu|>or in llie countr.v, tho 5Ioi�ti-eal (Jazetto o|>only criticizied it When tho issue conies to iK; decided, how do -we know who is going to pivvail, ..Mr. Borden or the old-lime Conservative elements for which the Gai��tte s|>eaks? In no position that he has taken up in recvnt .vears has Air. Bordon spoken for a unitt-d Conservative par ty. When he c�nie out for public ownership and corftrol of the new transcontinental rail,way, leading sup |)orters, men of the Senator Druni-mond and K. H. Oslor typo, strongly controverted his opinions. A little over two .\Xiars ago, on tho school question, he was deserted by oil but ono of his followers in CJuebec and by several in tho other provinc-| onings.-Cor. es. Mr. Bergeron would not have Ijoon in so affable a frame of mind when he rose to speak on Wednesda.y evonin:?, if Air. Borden had delivered ono of the adflressos that he made to Rogers - Cunningham Lumber Co., Ltd. ^ucccttora to George Rogers: YARD NORTH OF THE TRACK Builders' Supplies of Every Description - Wholesale and Retail Lumber Shingles Doors Windows Mouldings Lime Lath Building Paper . Tar Paper Cedar Fence Posts Lethbridge,Taben Stirling, Rapond,M{^i#;(^^ I the Lodge Roll. Its objects are to advance the intort^sts of Knglishmen and their desc-endants by providing a protoolion in times of sickness arid distressand to strengthen the bond of union Iwtween lOngland iilKl the lands where her sons have |jeoplot. .loin the S. O. E. and protect those nearos't anrl deorest to .you. Write at once to the secretary pro tern, F. T. Hobins, c-o Herald Ollitie, for full particulars, and n'titend the meetings on Monday ev- TRY WM. -FOR- Everything required in the constniel Lumber and all kinds of BuiUing, Do not send all your mbtfey to Calory- aiid, Cranbrook. % X Help to '"lild up Lethbriage and a local industry b^jiatronizinK  Oliver's P.aning and Lumber Mills. JV.;, |:) ? ^ Office, Yards and Factory-^C5orner Koun^;" ind Bompas Streets Telepljone 153 f.......................................... hear.'r.s, did Mr. Borden elabor-' London, and Xorth Oxford audiences any ideas, which in the minds 190T, tho Council of the City of [of thou.ghtful iX'Ople are Iikel.y to I.^thbridgo intends to construct the j boar fruit/ 'J'he Saturday ^\>ws can- iontri w jil'dings or fit-p;j;!5lViring for elec-ic lighting, bells, burglar alarms, munoiators. motors, cooling ami intilatiug fans, etc. cKenzie & Roy Office- KedpiFith St. Lethbridge Phone 204 Stock Saddles Farm Harness, Concord Harness, � Straps, etc., always on hand. following work of Local Improvement, viz--Tho laying of I'firdHT^^ffN-CH PIPE On Arg.vio Avenue for a distance of 14.'iO ftvt lOast lett. St. On fJlynn .St. for a distance of 27."> f�'t north between Ford St. and Baroness lload. 2. SlDKWAl.K FOrn I'OOT l'L.\.\K. Un We.st side of Criibb St. from a point 2S'.) foot south of Court land for 381 feon to criticism. But ho and bis associat?s st. The Toronto Wookly riun, an indepen(l..'nt j(jiiriinl if thiwv ever was one, soma mouths H!"-o iniific \or.v exhaustive ili-vcKligntion into the various scan-(Inl chai'ges preferred b,\ tlie Oppo-ii-lion, and came to llie conclusion tl".iii. We can guarantee you complete satisfaction. Lethbridge Saddlery CO. While You Wait Shoe Repair Shop. Mien's shoes soled and heeled in 30 minutes. Price $1.00, F. GERMAN West of Bentley Co. of the owners to l>e alTecteL>tition the council against the same within ten days after the last publication of this notice, which wili be on the twont.v^'ighth day of October, 1907, such work will be pro coeded with and the cost thereof as-j sessefl against the proix?rly affected by tho by-law in that behalf. Dated this 10th day of Octotier, A. U. 1907. GEOnnE W. ROBINSOX, 10-17 S ec ret a ry-T roas u re r. DANCING SCH00L~ Will be opened Monday Evening, Oct. 21st. 1907 in the K. of P. Hall that in connection with tho liUiir-inoix! ca.se was the onl.v ono that liad been fui,ly proved. Why was r, .thing said about it in. Alberta? l�oes tltis look like gf>od politics? This cla.ss will !�- conducted on the txvst and latest iiu-thods. Canadian, New York and Hoston dances will bo taught. Clu.ss will be conducted from 8.30 to 9.SO. Social dancing from 9.30 to 11. Ball room eti-fiuotte taught and strictly u.s. Two Step. (j. Pan American. 7. Colle.ge Five Step Schottishe. 8. Caprice Oeiinan. 9. IHvo Stop Sociel.v. 10. College One Step WuUz. 1 1. Foui- .Stop. 12. Tluvu Step. E.VTRAS. 1. Qiuidrillos. 2. .lersey. 3. l^rench Polkn,^ .MISS WINMFBEB HILL Graduate Buy .State Academy of Dancing, Boston, Mass. 'JJerms-10 k�ssons: Ladies 86.00. Gentlemen. iS.OO. Address Liock llox 334, Ljethbridge. '^I'hcO the s|ieak�rs had sometliing to sa.v about poor administ:Mli ..n; we heard a groat deal about tho large incren.sG n oxijenditure. But no ono is likely to Ixs stirred up vi-ry sei'iouslj- b.v the.se. Tho country has bc>en expanding at a tremendous lato since 1S96 and it has been Rocoss,ir.v to sijond large sums to keep uri wMh thi� growth. Tho government has, at least, Ijeon able to do this with-oift adding to an.v Inrgn? extent to the national debt. Tho tlefonce made by members of the cabinet who.se sjwechDs against tho'large outlays of il.e old Conservative administration, .Tre now quoted agains'l them is adofiuale. The coubtry didn't have tho money to si)on(l then, but it has now, and the (leoplo are (pute content with the in-ci'ca.sed outlay, so long as it is not being nuxde wa.stefully or corruptly. Wo do not say that it has all been s|x,'nt to gooit advantage and that no individuals have roui>cd an undeaerv-i/d profit from it, there are many items of exix'ndituro -which can bo just ly criticized and which the Opposition has made tho mo-S't of. But the giviat inci-eas.'S have Ixwm for objects that are approved of by tho ordinary election. In the Wiwt, at least, it is tho Go\ermiient's failure to spend money rather than its extravagance that is 11 .snui'ce of complaint. There is no department of its service which couies clo.s-cr homo to tho mass of jNJOpIo than the post otlice, and in Ibis connection it ha.s fallen down most miserably. Tho postail .service throughout WoHtcrii Canada was tor .several years nothing short of a dls-griu'e and is own yisi far from what it should t.)o. While the |)ost-niastor gcnorol was boasting about his surpluses, the people of tho west wore cursing his department day in and day out, Mr, Borden at Ed- in Juno, 190.5. The Snturday ,Vews. in discussing Mr. Bordon, Uelioves that it is si.wak ing ft)r tho men who aro open to conviction, who are not tied to an.v part.v, but who' wish i6 See those in au thorfty �:.^i->mm **�SiOilil�'��*''' t" advance the intccests. of the coimtry. Tiie.y recogni/e that condition^ are. far from sjvtisfactory at Ottawa, and am prepai-i'd to give their earno.st sup|iort to an.v leader who they believe will otTi-ot an improvement. But truth compels us to admit that we can s no pros|�ct of th s through the iiiiniediate return of Mr. Dorden. It is iieces.sary in the first place for him to get a tn-'iter grip on his part.v. For the present it has cea.'Jed to be the national organiza-' tlon that it was under Sir .John JIacdonald. That Mr. Borden is tho man to ever make it so, we are very much disposed to doulvt. If the Conservatives are wi.'^o, the.v should be on the look-out for another Moses. Hut if Mr. Borden .should i>emain iiv the leadership, we are confident that he will have to wait Ijeyond tho no.xt generail olet^tion before he realizes his hopes of attaining to power. , Claresholm Speab. Sons of England Benefit Society. Applicaition is being mado this wook for tho Charter for Lodge "Prickj of Allxjrta" of the S. O. K. B. S. Mtwtings have Ijcen held for the purpo.se of organization, anu over 20 names are on tho dppli-a-/i.)n form, with additions var.v aioeling, and it is confidantly pxiwct'sJ that the lodge will open with llftv n\y�-Ixjrs. The ex-Sfayor of '.'al.'ifar.v, Bro. .1. Emerson, district .Ivjuly of tho Order has written the f>illov;ing icl-lor to the secretary. Calgary, Oct. (1. r."'07. F. T. Kobiasi; ^ IX'ar Sir and Bro., -V'JU.' Ui^'-.er to hand. Am pleased ;o be.ir t>iBt y. u have the organization of now lodge nearly complete. J sh.ii'l bj plea.sed to come and install tho lodge ii.s soi.n as convonienl to ,vou, "after you get charter giiiivled. Shall got as many members from hero uiid Medicine Hat to acconipan.\- me as I can. I have jusit r.�turneo has been forniet nctiim in i-e'gard to the article in tho Devil'.s' Lake (V.D.) .Journal. At a meeting of the Board of Trade >ti:.was, deoid�d, to .j.send'>)tho .Iour*arf.^�tUw ifioUiowinff .. Jeties!. t.wWtll .sofcPrttte jiuoitofijtin a., wvtyi that.', is l/laiti ajHli.Jimw�t-jofi r- -..( o. i i ,, ,4'l�^refihoAMi,.Canjvda,,-.Ovt, 5,, c,?-To the lOditor l>e\il's Lake Journal, Devi Is Lake, N.B. Dear Sir,-/I'ho attention of our Board has been. dii-ezted v to imra-graph in your issue of recent date, headed 'Crop almo.st o failure; Sunny Sou'thern AHjerta jjroves to l>u a big Ijzz'e," and making atateinenta bearing out this fact substantialized by a letter from air. L. H. Ughland to his father. \Ve would point that .vou are in error even in printing Mr. Fghland's Irtter. What ho said to his father was in elTect, that o\or 20 ixjr cent of the crop was in stook boforS tho snowstorm of 10th Sept. The .stprm lasited two da.\-s and fiid no damage whatever, Ix-yond laying down the crop which has since boon all picked up and cut. We arc now harvesting what promises to be'the largest and lies't paying crop taken off in this district and not one main has lo.st an iota of his trust in this section of the coui^try as the wheat paradise of the west. In justice to ourselves and our district we would ask you to make all efforts in your power to correct any false statements that may have gained some credence among tho.se unacquainted with this countr.v. We claim no more and no loss for our country than what is duo and make no efTort to depreciate the value of lands in other districts than our own, only inviting anyone who has any doubt to come and seel for himself. Then we aro convinced that seeing will lie believing is tho basis of established facts. �i'ours trul.v, CLAHESHOLM BOAKB OF TRADE. er': sa>'s ""One w-ho was there" in,the Claresholm ' Heviow to chivari -the newly married couple. Why people who pose as being civiliz.ed cannot drop this barbai:ous and i-owdy line of conduct is soniething that beats the coinprehwision of Tattler. Out of suffering comes the serious inind; out of salvation, tho grateful heart: out of doHvernnco, the faith.- iluskin.- f � --J... t.\ man may l>o a large duck in his ivato puddle; but whdt^-he S'trikcs-ticeji and strange waters' he forgets llovj to sw;ini.-.Vdo. Generai Tfeaihiiigj When you require your garden||i ploughed, your yards cleaned uri, 3ellars dug, or any other teaniiiig done, SEE US, or phone 201, or Irop a post card in the office, yout order will receiveour pronipt atteii^ tibn. COAli must be paid tdt on delivery. Residence and stabjc^ sast of the barracks. SYM. TAYLp^?^.. Le^hbrids ---^r--r-. -UifAi jilf you ha*e^*a capital eVe", jI'qu d;tight to beMbnoKfol Vi�d'�(ike great care oiHi. ^ If there^ ip �n^. thing the mamr with tiihet, have them examined without delay. You may avert the trouble before it is too late, and,so save the ruin of your eye-sight. Wearing wrong Glasses will soon imperil your sight. So will neglect to wear Glasses, under the mistaken idea that you do not need them. Let us examine your eyes free of charge. We shall then be able to fit you exactly. W. J. Armstrong JEWELER ENGRAVER OPTICIAN. Agent for BELL PIANOS GOSSIP By the ON THE SIDE Tattler Tho Tattler is in ix-ccipt of a circular letter from a great departmental sitoro in Winnipeg in which ho is advised that the.v have bob-sleighs that the,y aro selling for 20 a set. Isn't that gross ignorance'.' Fancy any great firm like tho T. Eaton Co. not knowing that there is no call for bob-sleighs in Southern Allierta! Rins up 108 c,pWhp y^^upant " Done prdbp^y and f&tishaUijaiy. �) ^ i �i k i 4^ Royal Nortli West Mounted Police. Claresholm iioaplo are not j'tft out of tho woods. Two couples of their popular young people recently united their fortunes to set up two homes. "A number of the sports got togeth-| TEN'DEItS FOB OATS. Sealed Tenders marked "Tenders for Oats" addressed to the Ofllcer ComuLinding, B.N'.W.M. Police, Loth-bridge will Ijo received up to noon of I'^riday, tho 18ith day of October, for the supply and delivery of 3,000 bushels of oats, sacked, in lots of not less than 500 bushels, to be delivered from time to time as i-equired. Oats to bo of good quality, up to standard weight, and free from dirt and foreign seeds. Sacks to i^cmain the pi'operty of the govonuuent. IVjn-dors t.o bo accompanioor cent of the amount tcndeivd. No pH|K!r will l>e paid for inserting this advertisement without authority J AS. a. WILSON, 10-17 Commanding "K" DiviaiOB fg^H for. SpatfsH, Coal'Mininl Regulatioil Coal'mining rights of the Domii#^ ion, in Manitoba, Saskatchewui^ Alberta, the Yukon Territory, thiii North-West Territories and Britist^ Columbia, may be leased for a terii|' of twenty-one years at an annu Each application must be accompanied by a fee of $5, which will be refunded if the rights applied for are not available but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid, on the merchantable output of the mine at the rate of tive cents per ton. Every lessee of coal mining rights which are not being operated shall furnish the district Agent of Dominion Lands with a sworn statement to that etfect at least once in each year. The lejise will include the coal mining rights only, but the lessee may be  permitted to purchase whiitever available surface rights may be considered necessary for the working of the mine at the . rate of $10 an acre. For full information application should be made to the Secretary of tho Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or Sub-Agent of Dominion Lands. W.W.CORY, Deputy Minister of the Interior N.B.-Uminthorized publication , of this advertisement will not be > ;