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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 17, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta hi: BOB" EDWARDS ON BORDEN THK CALOAUY KVK OPENEll rniN'TS AN AMTJSIXCr FIC-TJTIOUa INTKKVIEW (Calgnry Eye Opener.) R. L. norrlen , was at Band this week resling up for a day or two prior to making an assault ~ on tbo i�rits of firitiBh. Columbia. A love'y bunch of AJbcrta OonHcrvatives gathered at this delightful report to help rest him up. The honorable gen tlenian will probably be crazy before he ipetB as far as L4iKgan. A ropre-ecntAtivo of the Eye Opener had the pleasure of meeting R. L. at dinner And. Securing the following interview: "May I trouble you for the mustard?" "Certainly." "IWtll, Mr. llorden, and how do you likejBimfT?" "It 'is really choirming, ,�harinMic., Thii�4s my fii-st visit and I am qui'to 'Carried away with the sublime graii 'deur'df the scenery|" "^Veat place for in, quiet rest." said Mrj Hordcn, scratch-is nose and gl mcing at a group iJonscrvatives ' s jateil at, the next "I supposo,:i is." |hat luck hate you had on your Pir. Dorclcn'?'f 'irst rate. Mjl manab?': I laughed ttfe leafier plcasant-ly.^'jnstoad- of 'irjj' usual diet of waliin milk and \ toast-graveyard titeS as they call -W'iito hot tamalcs, chili-con-corne, cay enJK pepper and champagne. Before it-'they dope me stopping onto the platform they'give you credit for Iwmg a teatotal-make mo gulp down a big slug of whiskey and Jumaicoi ginger. Thon I turn \fiom and give 'em-" 'yes, yes, to Ijc sure. What do you think of the Slfton-Hyman-Emer son bunch?" lor "Wy George, I wever thought of that. You have a grwit head. Would you mind passing the crackers? They toll me that Calgary audience.s. .are. inclined to bo cynical arid arc" Viroiie Dreadful, dreadful. It is a crying'to take the most solenm assurances men should act � politician cum barretip salis. Is 'hso?" �. "We certainly have the UissdMrlan habit."^ � ^ ' Ai'": '''How,.wouiarli�;,L They merely blend their own private beauty of the women and express 'ybuf gfatindation'flrt; seetBg so many !of them 'present here to-night.' dcndcnt linep Allwrta s idienco?" � ttt�i�*y, t ftfir I gary v9i*ca .'5'�)i�.Ml!^st, Vif ifeiOi) tKKW -^ots'^^iiKiS^filT""'his stomach as ^^Jji^^f^l^t{qrm, but connection with every secf ion of the ''jniis is a-iot1l'''(r imnc working with only one sliult us .lui- J�t.,.e,etUJUikrJUta�thi?��e�.lJkAa^^^^ ulat'ion Act. What nn? you d- 'i.g Mr. Insiiector to make tti.!.so rompan- ' working about thirLy men. 'I'hiS ii the mine where *ix ittcn i"�t their i|k^'|at�nTij7 "^WtCTryfJN'tii.fc^ ffiSt Ifeing LfirncA^*fl"iVf. Tril.H)itt# oho shaft as out tot, l5ei'J;^.lA'.'i?yM?lL.".l It ukes courage and pluck to stand alone iHth all the world against>�Nk Yet it triumphed! J.'.Seini.-;ready,:UMa.loiighf thit gnnd fight, and Ja iifovinaT 'msT?>eT'W"�fioni5r ycar^'af j"" NormjMrFYaror?^ InspcVt- gainsay its many improvements and advantages over the V>iloring which Grandfather was satisfied with. Semi-ready Tailoring M^SOUTHARD, - Lethbridge Ti'fti ofiiT';/ ,v,f.i ,>ui!�;^'^]|k ervdpn^t:�"e,.out on me before Uve ri^hc\.,\^ j&^��'^ff-t�e' through. It. looks?5u^ ^M'' way mtctrwhhitMir cireilittr^i !)fi�tter |roz�IU teak in &-0 m Fresh aiT"i�4iitroduced "iiito" the Kootenay oven throuffh a series of vents at the bottom oookinjBL fumejf_parried , out thro ven (Arro "Cut that out, then. Commend ^tHfc T^?eKt^#ferkfUf='pe-fr furgy?'' That's why." "Yes, vos, I see. I shall follow least. Already, "as luis Invm j�.jint;>d'. out Ix'fopc, the  ' ires have been strung east to XJby minis'.- jr from Edmonton, east to Damrnso from Wetaskiwin, oast ito Stottlor from Lacomljo west to Col !man from Mac-leod and "talking" 1 as, Ixsen carried on for .several m'onth on the govern mcjit line between Ca gary and Banff. It vas notieeablo tlat Mr. Borden's given cred'i't, to 'the nient for the idea. fact Alberta was thM of' of M'ines, .states that tji� t,imi! the aecidont .by ^SHIi'^ KUlmjS fXll^PF tjiiere ^l3^y(3P'^ll^i'^f IK f**no with ttU wowtHhgiflikuKtotw)Mrvt\ai)Hit: by �h�iit4gBt["ejiiil wiotum-^iUuaplkifAfi ��"ith the Coal Mines Act then as it does now. A third shaft bC'-working in 'this'' mfne'.'- Mr. mine Efasiir '^ays that s coniormmg to ' the Parkdalo IlilteBiia Estate is conforming declaration in favoif of government j No coa'i% Ke^nY sfiipped'' ownership of telepho es at his meet- few men ar� employed,iUndcrgrounlJ^j ing hiSlpa\,tMm ^mn the Conservative Ipi tier might have shipr>ed from this minj fo^ 'several sprung something xi^re original or, months past and any work which has Alberta govern-JAs a nia'ttcr of first province in | ond lx>cn done has Ijeisn in th.O natuj^^f i-cpairing .i�irwa.v*^an(4. sinkini Canada to introduce sovernnicnt own ership of telephones ind Air. Borden's advocacy of 'the policy is a tribute to the good sense of the Lflboral government of the province. * pi Hon. A. C. Ruth|rford has given the degree of L.L. D. by Ijccn Mc-: The .^{thg.j.C^V>,Mines. Act......... CO. as o? ii6%si ' " .......... oo.a I'WARMER." ......... f'O.ei o>liiUi. � ........ Mr.*.V."kaSiihP'feteve a';musio�,te-at the tf^l Wfeilhbr, Wednesday -even" tist school of learning. Tlie Premier with ur, advi our � at 'the Oh Emer b^nlS^miT^v^ ^^^iHii "Thon they must t>e a vor.y'immaculate lot themselves?" 1 much enjo.ved by the young people oT ''S;TsWa*3A,nHJ[Qa- sota, Iowa and the Dacotahs arrived �t'ir�r�i�i''tBMri�nTsrt�y*w�d'^i�l�j' A large numlxsr of settlers are ex to come in and locate around In 1907 Allierta owns and operates poultry fattening sitntions at La-conibo, Wetaskiwin, Red Beer, Innis-i.^t^d Olds. I^aat }''ftft*aMi.J.^phick-"'jfj^eiv fattened. 8 cents a po' [mers for thoj dressed a disposed of [tfcr deducting i^iini'pht was able , |#slijat/the farm er a further 4c. a pound, making tlio price per pound 12 cents. Fa;-infts If you wiil cast your e.vo.s over the , .,, (^"-s �"'y .secured from eiKlit :it..SWlfl�m,^.~"Tcm,mitt5C^.^^w'-^ and--*li^W''^'>"t of Baptism in Warner last Tuesday. At a iiiwting of the cMizcns recent Bless iii.v soul, ..this is most ir *D,\vill �,-lrf.n out, oi\ the verandah TTi''~'rn'frr,'i-T".rfyt"�m:w S'Jfrntff�W/ /1 '1 ii( ( .'J-/1 .In VI1 f TO * titrac'ement -Ui .s . evenjiiir. � lIoAVOver. .'"'>'f T^^'r ^ '..Hf Mtr .hh^tVIIj,-iM jl'.q ,jiii> ilAMILTiN ^TAiKiSHED 1817 ? .i:vt.�:"v-:(�,'T.. Miikfr^,jut Mw,,.,... ,.;,',.;:,,v,, ,:�,��,!�;,: Mead Office, Montreal f PRESIDENT: UtOHT nOirrliORD STBATHOOWA ABD-MOOUT BOYAt. e. o. M. o. VICE-PRESIDENT: HOnrfllB OBOROB ArDBOmiOMI*. K. O. M. O. - -...... B. 8, OLOUSTOIi. QIIBBAL Vanaoib Branci^e? ,�^1^3^ ii^gencief.;'^^ .fill'.th*principal.poJiptta In Canada "'I? Aiso JiiiLoncion'; Engrlak'.d., New York.'Cfiicag.b'; Spokane and Newfoundland 'v . Travellers' giro.u,lar. I.,etliers'd,J Qredlt and Comm.orGial Credits issued sot use in al'l parts of tbC'wbrtd. cpi;.i,ec|'ipNs ujlp^ on favorable terms � , ' DrafJjX()lda]rtllijttle^|r^ll peak's in Unlte*^^ Europe taAii CanaXk Initerest allowed on depoa^U^t rurreftt ratea, i i \ .-\ �� - Ji-Mm........ ' '^A- K ./ '� '.^ p � \ '. REE'VJE, 1 Ot! ir.v 'II'-: V'l.i; �>'r^^'^'AVlr rrl ''J"''> > ' 'hr, f aid ,'/ "'''�HAtcH'-g^:;CjQ)aW'S:r:.:::;,.,,., The choicest lands in all parts of the Lethbridge District. 1>VR),1h Sr},Wi'i'?,J/ilTt,';>l'i'l|,v.^HW?P ')ii5i"y-� PC ".fimiivtai -Vflv?''rfi''MS;tfrri9'.V,.5l.?fnV,fii'-'r;ft'?.'i*^'%'J^i Il\ :: -I M I 'll^.l! ; iirl.H-l Hfft To Improve the Scr�4ee.>;lji.,.;^" �{RV , 't''l'fJ"S.'...'"''P'.'.'."K' ,{iM(j;)^)^i.s' at''a �i)ul)l:i,c incv.tinj>;"at!^riuco l\j|i^ei''i'�cVri'i'i'ii'i'"(l \be s!il)Widij''a't .^'reseij.t. ^'^�^:':'''^'.s?^!v';;'i'';i^ than the posstj^sion o.f tl tlw Edmonton a.'.despatch concerning hi^'stalemept Vciiiarked that the I ' ) ' :. fFrank. 'Pa|)or.') '^ j , . U' is' .stated thiit the C.P.R.' co'n-(template, changes in its passenger sei; vice on the Crow's N'est' line which ,".>'. >i'ii" . :..'/!'. � ' . 1 . - ji I .' i; , I.' . �will ^peal,l.v imjirpve the !5ervicc on thii't portion of 'the line on which tho lo(pal passenger business is heavy. No announcement has .vet been made iwith regard to the change but it is reportefl that tho train naw being !i-uri as the local-!'a jiiixeec(.o-involved cannot bo given iat this t'lmoi � � ' �� � I 1. ! -> ' Stomach ti'ouhlos, 'Heart ahk Kidney ailments, can be-quiekly- corrected with a prescription known to druggists everywhere .as .Dr. Shoop's Ro.storutiv4.� ' 'q^ia!^ pronii-iit  and surprising relief which this remedy im-modiately' bripgs ^ia. 5!ntirel.y,. du^-.v .,to i'tsj ilpSli'iritli'd .Stoi'ioft It^S, - ^con-trolMng nerves of the stomach, etc. 11 the nd era . Jf?W^|oa .�3 > #�'3;fl ' iting. This^yjiar new .si;.|i ns to len'J''"^' Conner of Hierson, Iowa, a To'7'eiTI''i^Jo'fJ^"an~'or'tlI5^ ''1'^ Kj.rf^(;g.j|>ix^,lj^tre�:^luu^^^ 10' toward io-^hliril: liilfd- f In tor, aii'pper", "'bQnSicici'A.Vle 1'. [on.soquoncS'^1ie^%i|^^tf^Wfflte iustcd witli iif)) 'ttt (tit iihb n I >mi mats i (t hef i .yiii^i m was,,bottftr hn^fl �h*,Mi''?��Hc'.�lb�v*s>tbrf>'iiJr abKft' ludVDncent,'.iwa(| ro�*iBt'Hrt'twlf.'�'''"j'i lofioi )i .'job-j iHlf if>x of lands .securefj frojn p 'luitft''" tt^whioBdity, i-i'iTvlilfDB eJw4^'t With stWries of Ho\e 'rlf it^e'felinfclti^'aMokfi; the artklis The acAAclM ifctlirW''a't' I p.m. Init it AVu^' 4 p'.rri." ly^orfe'''liiJ' five dollars; nn ,acre. Ilo o.ught to | arrived at Warner Ht'A!{i6Vi''AWd' It p'. look up the prices chaig.'d during tho ' mi Ijcfoi^i.' the s'l^k'iiiV train'"ikrrj-Htlittrl'dgo."1"lii^oa' acre. - - ' : : | Warner ladies wont over and dftl"h'Il they pos.sibly cdtfltl tb "jWliisvir'thfe pk-tioht. His co(hpairltinii'"Wo''iV!"' ver.V cents an acre.''s now government is "throwing land-away �at grattoful, ahd ektires'!i6d"thl!t'r'appreciation in th'o varnios't terras. Good Season For Albert^i In a ,rocent i.ssuo tho Calgary Iter-.1 aid said: "The memlier of the A,lln"'-j ta government who ensures a juvenile reformatory,, in this coun^f-.v, will bo a public licnefnetor." Long Ixsfore that paragraph was written), in faot when tho 091 imates' were prosartled (.0 the logislaturi} at the last st^ssioii, there tiiiiute The'-VibeI tormnitoi'.yin'View'M(i)iig lK!foro tho ntiwspnpors tiluit'a.TLi now so hus.V'iig-; will gvL mo'iv iiioiioy than in an.v \'y; ituifing'for one-ftvcr ;,:iought'about i't' vioii^ year. An jnspoot'ion was niatle The roforniator.y will come in! due by a.Bullet in ru|io;Kc,r from liacymlio coui'so.' Tt'IS'more important'to tho to Ihe city of I'^linonloii. 'rhO; Bulle coiuVtr.v toda.w thait the people should j tin adinils thdt a porlioii of thy ,oitt have good roads and brieg; Family Herald and Weekly Star, Mou'tivjal; and let! "1 � i.'iiii} yJhO ����',''^'(;T'r'v'''r'r.''')'''/"r)'n'ii"i'''iT) hiu-il iT.'f.'l'l : >No ipc.i*Qti;;h'as..,^A'yii- .900..... -, gislaturo at the last st^ssiou, 'J'he FidmoiHon, BuIl. f S.'.,Of.V).i'or a reformatory; inalion , of conditions in tho "'''''''S |||vie a-.col,d. ai)d.jmn-?iM. rid 1*1^1.1 ^iif and 'unlver.s-ilit's.' ' 'J'liey ina.yi'bO' rut fpiirod htit we ;ca'n -wuit a little longer I'dr them.' -On'e thing is cortain the governnvonti have all these inslitu-tions in view and are proparing for their esiJabliRhmeiit at an'early date. In a new province tho needs �of 'the Sing ,'joo and Wing Hong, who ha^j in'oo as an agriciiilijUra!^ possibiii'ty.-. Umpinbo Cli)bS.'(';)['|jf54 ' graiij^.will bp dis-po.sud of upon . tho fariii anil will.a'J;t I."-' The reports froili the poiith c,ountry!l>e utterly .stupid aiT o\'eii liet'Ujr, .. in .'fuot since., 't^c' first scnro had .Jjart/inliy subsided, there wns no alai-in abput the conditions in the south, though there When a inan'la sltipld'lhbCdiifelltJ t* I .Nytlj/iig-^ is more people are many andi diverse. Al'W>lso|waH coiisiilerablc' an.xioty about 'the gowrnmont-and stub we haw in Al-' grain in tiio further north. This is Ijorta/^rxmds tho niooey Vtocro it is sot at res^ by; th'o rosy report qf tho moat nflcdod'at tho beginning and 801 Edmdhton'papen,' iliflicult to deal, ,\vi,lh ,than ,a rather stupid man.-jWacna'ughtaii. JJfo is'riot' .so shijrt'biffi *t:hat there is always room f6r �;bnrthred-:-|�i�rtneR; ship. ,/,llhQ^,Jius|.Y^s;, ,,ji,iil,^|>9^.f^-ried on by Sing Ijoe .by.Uum.self. All money owingito.tho Vji^^liorwi.lJp-'i'^ftHWP'^' must.boawid ito-,.Sy>Ki,i:#ft,, \Yfi,iii!y.>^^y* ' not,,;howovor,, pa,v,. lUfUiff,,dimkVj^WA: : by,,\y.ij3g Ho.i?gslx,'tovo the pjj^5ti>fjrs)j^5f;, WaSrJ'fll'PlO.d. ...1 lliv/ ',11 huil iKfl'lUolr - .Ijifthbridae,,,. ,,,, ,f?if,nu;fl,S,iiiS,lA5UuI, Oct. .W.,.. 1'4Q7a" >,:...>,:,,iI'lS>l�St' ; Wr2|^r;4I--7ii ;!,-',. ;(t l:,t,jj)'-t " 1 'Vitt � .C'-Wllo rxlj- l.>..ii,iij9(Ayi,ao*)*,^�H el 111.? Jt Jm/t' '.(dl^d ' ,J>?>iiiii>>it�( 'Mt, � dufi-^oiio.' 'lafMtWwj ' , lil ,'ji|it,4 n.K '/I wj a> hoJ'wijffl ,b