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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 28, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta Lcthbridge Herald PRINTING CO., LTD. Managing Director and Editor. SUBSCRIPTION TMI lETHBftlDQI WEEKLY HkMALO him had opposed to candidate contesting any constituency j in Western Canada. Mr. Magrath! was also backed by a splendid organ-1 Ization and powerful influences und from all reports methods of a very] questionable character were utilized! Dan McGillicuddy killed the Opener but the Eye Opener didn't Qzz. on Sir Frederick Bordon or HOn. Clifford Sifton. Of Interest tg the Farmer TOM MARKS COST OF PRODUCING EGOS In Advance OthcHwse year a year to ily sway the doubtful and eas- swayed electors. In ad- dition to that his appeal from the to be by a weli! managed Some interesting figures on the cost flock of chickens. js about fl.OO a of producing eggs are supplied by the hen a year. people make a The A. JR. I. oughtn't to Xew York- experiment sta- comfortable living On from 200 to tion. which made a lest in coopera-J300 hens, by eggs, fattening tion with practical commercial poul- j cockerels and raising pullets. But a try growers in that state, to deter- Jinan must understand business it got lots of advertising in, tlua campaign. The men who counted on ADVERTISING Per Month per Inch HELP THE FARMERS Aid. Huttoa's suggestion that the city markat should hs fittr-rl ijp wii.h tie posts and IvaLsr troughs tor f certainly committed to steer an acconimodation of farmers is a sen- L pendent course at Ottawa, sible one and should bs adopted with-! out eltilay. The city cannot afford to be careless in its treatment of the farming community. We want the trade of the men who are tilling the soil in this district and the best way to get ife is to provide conveniences for them in the city. Another matter worthy of serious hlm that Ue wa3 capable of rep- thought, is the improvement of the resentmS this constituency with dis- .-ntrauee to the city from across the and credit" Against him river. The Gait crossing is i most despicable tac- drivins farmers from this city every !tics- 1Qe Zye alUtek, dstv. The approach to it should either be improved or a better found. 1 i, I AUVU nuv WiAJUtVVTVA Platonn and in his canvass that he five hundred majority for their candi- was independent in his leanings badly nipped. only anxious to the people and j not the party brought to him many votes. Mr. Magrath. while backed by! the Conservative organization and mine the averago cost of producing and attend to it, if ho does well. I eggs in the winter and the amount of' requires a considerable amount o food consumed. In the experiment no I caoital to go into the poultry busi stood -loyally by its name- restrictions were placed upon the own ers ELS to how the fowls were to be ness on a sufficiently large scale to make a living from it. He should fed, cared for or managed. They (have between and 12000 ca were simply asked to produce by the pital; besides owning his ground His Prince Edward Island almost mode.! USUai of feeding, .the greatest hens one to two yeurs old w-ll cost possible number of eggs at the low- fought a square and i iight and we confidently assert j' that he is held in higher regard byj the people today than ha ever was f 4HMVC JKM.Wttt.-U tudsel didn't Zsiiuui'b' vote. j est possible ccst. I to March, 50 to 75 -cents apiece, while the cost Poor okt Foster he has to shiver in before. On the platform he discussed the cold Opposition, the issues with intelligence and abilitv and ma.dc it clear to all who heard It is to that the story of "The Automobile Trip to Bcwville' will appear in serial form. inclusive. cost of a dozen chickens with these of housing and yarding them will of jorage close to apiece. is. December; ally there is more money in egg pro- The average duction than there is in any other The Tory speculators. Fowler, Le- Bennett and Pope were prop- crossing Mr. Magrath allowed to be used as a eriy yesterday. means to advance of trying to his cause was a low aiid dirty method of trying to! BiUy Bennett was Chew-ed all to i in jure an opponent. Then there in East Simcoe- foul pieces of literature circulated in! A GREAT LIBERAL VICTORY. A. ia_ ,____, jtfco constituency to ksjure Mr. Sim- is king. Fc High protection Cockshutt was wal tinia ,hei has appealed to the people and for the fourth time has been en- dorsed by the people of Canada in no uncertain manner. As s. party leader ie is: the peer of any that ever led j-mons. They may have influenced i iu OIJe of the manufac hens was IS cents, raising from a minimum of about 6 cents a dozen to a maximum of a dozen. The average price during the experiment was 25 cents a dozen. The cost of food consumed during the four months was at the rate of f 35.33 .for 100 hens, and the net profit, or about a month on 100 bens. Each 100 hens on the average laid daily 22.S eggs; or about one egg for J each five hens. In these experiments one flock of 500 White Leghorn hens laid some ignorant people but today, in face of it all 2fr. Simmons stands' better loved by his friends and. feel, more highly respected by the fair minded section of his opponents. It turing- cities The Uberal Brantford. of Ontario yesterday. form of poultry farming. ALFALFA FOB HORSES On the feeding of Alfalfa to horses Jos. E. Wing, the well known Ameri- can authority on alfalfa says: "When alfalfa hay is first fed to Horses or mules not accustomed to it and fed in large amounts, it some- times, not alwaj-s. makM them uriii- i ate more freely than is their I This is nearly always a very tempo- rary effect, and in a short time ther- eat alfalfa hay with no other notice- able effect that that they are in bet- ter flesh than when eating other for- eggs which sold at The cost age, work better and feel of production was S159.00, thus leav- ing a net profit of for four j months' work. Another man with hay fcr horses or mules should be allowed to get fairly ma- ture beforo being cut, should be well staleaman ,he is without rival. He won this election on his record and his policy. His government had done i great things and their policy proposed more great things. Judging the fu- ture by the past the people of da. has' endorsed his policy and en-j" trusted to him for another term the-! management of the affairs of the} country. That he will be true to the trust reposed in him is the firm! belief of all Canada irrespective of j tha party allegiance which and usage demand should be! is to be hoped .that his period of pub- The C. P. H. will have to take back for another four years. j Thus there was flock of 3S7 fowls secured eggs cured and have so moid on it. The during the test, which sold for about last cutting of alfalfa is usually too' on actual lie service is not ended. OUR POINT OF VIEW j Our civic authorities, at least a ma- jjority of them, get very peevish when they are criticised. They think Well. Charley won. just as we told' I that everything they do is free from j criticism. They should get over such crazy notion right loss of for four months' work. Both flocks laid well, but 'the first flock produced the larger part of their eggs during early winter when prices were high, while the other flock laid the most of their eggs in late to make the best horse feed, the AT OLIVER'S HALL October 26th for One Waek. PrfcM coarser Crops growing- season serving- better. cs nor mules should earlier in tho Neither hors- be fed all the bimnions j.winter when eggs were cheaper. enough for j IMPORTANT DEVELOPMENT Sew York, Oct. were im-j estimate of the pro- eeptible injury." alfalfa hay they wiU consume; 'it is too rich a feed and they do not need so much of it, though it is ordinarily j fed in amounts with no per- j Bowyille Happenings Bowville, Oct. to T, Born to Mr. and Mrs. Hadforc! It is C. A. Mograth. jtf. p portant developments today in the i joint trial of Charles W. Morse and Alfred H. Curtis charged with con- Lethbridge, in the face of an al-! -sPirac.r and violation of the Federal is trusted by the people and has their [grath. did far better for Siauuons approval to go ahead to finish his' thun the liberals anticipated York. i i Rambling Reverie .maintained in an election. Laurierj most perfect organization for Mr. Ms- bankinS lawS- First the prosecution produced letters to show that Comp- troller of Currency Kidgely had fore-ft f seen the impending failure of the bank and that he had written a rmra- al! ber 01- ietters to Morse and Curtis warning them against making such j large loans on what he termed un- ofj substantial collateral to the officers j and directors of the bank. B Y 0 R E A M E R As for the is doubtful if tiitions within itself it would have de- feated Laurier. But had the party something to offer the country in the way of a definite policy, if the! party leaders had agreed upon their i appeal to the people, and if the party had in any way shown a desire to Hon. Mackenzie King. Minister Labor, sounds all rurht. 'Tis more than twenty years ago, ia autumn, cold and grey, My gentle mother closed her eyes and passed from earth away. Her wasted form, her pallid cheek, her sweet angelic smile, It is too bad Foster wasn't trimmed in North Toronto. A lot of rid itself of the leaders who had got feel that way too. into disrepute, there is no doubt bat j what the result would have been' Ontario is coming along splendidly. much closer. But a party without a Jt wil1 not be before it gives policy, with inconsistent, and dissent- a majority. ing leaders and with ranks unpurified j by the refining fires of opposition can can finish his work with never hope to win an election in a country that demands that a govern- at his back. CHINATOWN IN FLATS. Pittsburg, Oct. China- men are to improve the local China- town at their own espense. A deal was closed yesterday whereby a syn- dicate of local Chinese got long leases on property which" faces on Grant and Second Avenues. At the head of the. syndicate 13 Tom Lee, who made his money in bnsi- ment be businesslike, progressive A" tilc provinces but two in this c'tv- Lee stated this af- honeet. j Laurier a majority. Almost a Unit- i that a largo- biiilding would The results show that the govern- meat has held its. own in Quebec and the Maritime provinces. Ontario has! responded nobly to the call of the Canada- Borrien has two seats for while his party lacks over fifty of LiboraJ leader" and has denounced numbcr to beat Laurwr. so uncertain tone, the leadership of! Geo. E. -Foster, who could not have Slandcr is mighty poor thing to bo erected immediately at a cost of j which would be rented to himself I .Chinamen. He says Chinamen who accommodated in this j Told us that death was hovering. near, though lingering for awhile; I But on that morning, while the stars paled in the light of day, Amid the tears .that vainly sought the dreaded hour of stay, We bore her happy spirit hence across the swelling tide, And half the light went out from home the hour my mother died. Xo language can express the power and beauty and heroism and majesty of a mother's It, shrinks not when man cowers; and stronger when enter what is familiarly known as society. It Ls but begun. It is in her associations outside of the home j farms, circle that she cornea in contact with! those who art- very susceptible to in-j fiuence, more often to evil than to good. How often the 'watchful iOct. 22' a son. j Mr. -Halvor A. Hoode has returned from North Dakota and Minnesota where he "hus teen looking after his Miss la Branch-old was down lost Friday njght to the dance. Mr. Clark has removed his harness A COSTLY South Bend, Ind., Oct. Youag Men's Christian Association building erected by Sfrudcbaker a cost of was dedicated and formally given over to the asso- ciation today, by a large audbnce. of a tender mother and the wise coun- sel of a kxving sister are forgotten for the time when the young man is out among those who are supposed to be, but are not always friends. It! is here that s girl's influence for good is of more value than in any other! place- shop to West Bowville and ie now prepared to accommodate all comers. Mr. Paul Wisconsin I now pay annually rentals amounting to and that the j will be a good investment. been elected outside of Toronto. West of the Great Lakes, the results! are not sufficiently certain to warrant comment but it looks as though in British Columbia the Asiatic ques- tion had caused a loss to the gov-! catch with. The Raymond Liberals are all wool and a yard wide. Dr. got eleven more of a ma- arnment. The Manitoba election lists in Raymond than he had esti- have duplicated past successes, while Alherta and Saskatchewan indicate a strong approval of the work Un the lower floor of the structure will be stores fitted up in modern fashion. The upper part of the build- ing will be devoted to the regulation American flat. There are few.Chinese women in Pittsburg, but there are many men who live together, and it man faints; and over wastes of world- ly fortunes sends the radiance of its quenceless fidelity-like a star in the heavens. When crape on the door tells of a mother gone, 'only those who have moistened a mother's grave with their tears cin fully understand and read aright the black threads in the bow. A BOW OF CREPE. Passing down the street rec'entlv at Frank Oliver and his colleagues at Ottawa. A noticeable feature is that in spite Medicine Hat and Taber are wel-j come to all the satisfaction they canl PREMjEf? WARD IS i Ls believed that flats will be profit- j An hour our attention was call- ;ible. j "d to a bow of crepe on the front {door 01 one of. our most beautiful homes. We stood and gazed upon it, re often think that if girls but knew! losely their actions were watch- ed and how often discussed, by the young men with whom they come In 'contact, surely raise the standard of their thoughts and speech to a higher plane of purity. One little word, spoken thoughtlessly, or one careless action, may cause some young man to lose faith in the purity and goodness of girlhood. The girl whom we all love and hon- ior is very careful in her choice of friends. She selects those whoad Wanwick returned from with a wife. Other boys ire planning a trip to the States his fall. Watch their return. Last Sunday' morning- pcbool held in the school house. A." sized crowd was 'present.' We expect a larger crowd attending Suadavs now. since the fall work is'nearly all done. In the evening Sir. Cantlon preached his farewell sermon." -Be presence strengthens her, socially ag well as morally. She is kind to all, but her friends are the earnest, noble- hearted young men and women. She always gives- a kind word to the erring one, and strives to help those ones fallen back to the better path. One word from the lips of a girl may be of great importance. It may influence for good or evij. Let -it going to, return to hLs claim again, Mr.. Wright is coming to replace him" Friday night, Oct. i'3, was a meeting held in the Bowville Hall by the Liberal candidate, Mr. Simmons of Lethbridge. Them was about two hundred people present was a dance after the mooting. The BowviHe school district how er- scbooJ bouse barn for the use of its ratepayers. Mr. Lue Wilson has to. his claim with an outfit of horses. ected Capital, Reserve Molsons Bank Established 1855 HEAD OFFICE MONTREAL paid 67 branches' in Canada. Agents and correspondents in all principal cities and towns in the United Stake. Savings Bank Department starts an account. In- terest allowed and .credited four times- a .year at highest- current rate. A general. banking business transacted. K. D. JOHNSON Manager Lethbridge Branch Li, i Garbutt Mr. Harry Whitft his meat The their grain to market. still running- farmers are BtiJ] busv n Sympathy in abrftract. maJr-5 take out of yesterday's result. of the government, every one with the exception of Hon. Wm. Temple- man has been returned with splendid majorities. With the general approv- al of, the country and the personal approval of their respective constit- uencies. Sir Wilfrid Laurier and his colleagues have every reason to feel much gratified. fighter and a good loser. Both Mr. Simmons and Mr. Ma- grath would like to take about a month's rest. Campaigning is a mighty hard job. THE LOCAL RESULT Present indications point to the elec tion of Mr. Magrath j Geo. tt. Fowler is defeated and no Ihe election furnished surprises to j one will shed tears parties. JLethbridge did better The campaign of slander against Hon. Wm. Pugsiey almost made New Brunswick united in its support of Liberalism. Slandcr is a good thing to help the other fellow. for Simmons than his supporters Doesn't it look as though the C .uupated while Medicine Hat, Taber, P. R. influence was at work in Med- Hat. Winnipeg, and Calgarv. Maitland McCarthy disappoint- cause of the reverses at those points Ls not explainable at the present moment. Stirling was also expected to give Mr. Simmons a ma- jority in two figures hut it wns only able to credit him with two. Ray-i mond did nobly thanks to the magni- j crirk'sordcn iiccat work of Dr. Rivers and his ex- cellent band of workers. The coun- try as was anticipated gave Itfr. Sim- eons good support. wu regret the defeat of believe he would have made a most capable ar.d energetic representative at Ottawa, we can say candidly that there is no Conservative in the rid- ing we would prefer to sec elected, if a Conservative had to be elected, than the gentleman who was chosen AGAINST MILITARISM Wellington, N. 'L., Oct. niii-r Ward, addressing a meeting here condemned the attempts to creat a spirit of militarism in New Zealand. I: was necessary, however, he said, to establish such a volunteer system as would be capable of doing what the imperial authorities suggested, name- ly repel a raid if one should occur. and the read our morning black threads that lesson from formed the large bow. Plainly did they tell u3Jstren "The shadow of the east is over sad tiiat a mother had been taken away; that she would greet son and daugh- ter no more. The home is left in all its beauty, the law. the rose and the sweet briar are still there, but she has been borne forth to sleep by the side of a loved one gone before, and the home is not what it was. Manv be for girls. Let us drink in no ijlPressipn on a maa with the sweets of girlhood. Let us emPty stomach, cherish its purity. Let us have our words and actions accompanied by tho thought "Thou God seest me." And let us have for our daily pray- er: "Let the words of my mouth and the meditations of my heart be [acceptable- in- thy sight, 0 Lord, my th and my redeemer." Business College Fall Terra open in Telegraphy, Commercial and Shorthand Depart- ments. Unique prospectus free. Address F. G. Gar- bntt, Principal, 354 Elev- enth Ave. WM Calgary. Then, when we have crossed beyond the happy years of girlhood, we can look back with pleasure on the mo- ments used in doing work for the Master in a quiet, unassuming way. said Mr. Ward, "and we are not far away from her. Australians are preaching the doctrine of a "White Australia." We have no need to do this in New Zealand for we art all determined it shall be so." RANCHER FROZEN TO DEATH. Maple Creek, Oct. blizzard which tied up the traffic for two were the tales that each thread in the crepe told us, and yet the busy throng passed rapidly by, little heading, the crepe on the door. INFLUENCE. (Written -for this department by one of our girls.) Girls do not fully realize the amount and the value of the influence they have over others. It docs not cease C. A. Ma- grath will have to wait a few years for a cabinet position. days resulted in the desth of Harry when a girl'leaves her Martin, of Martin Bros., sheep ranch-_________________ crs. While se-king sheep during th j storm Martin was frozen to death. Driven by the storm be- home to If tattlers would imitate the bee, and extract the sweets and goodness of meri's actions and circulate them, oy become blessings instead or scourges to society. ESTABLISHED 1864 A pain prescription is printed upon each, 25c box of Dr. Shoop's Pink Pain Tablets. Ask your Doctor or Druggist if this formula is not com- plete. Head pains, womanly pains, pains anywhere get instant relid from a Pink Pain Tabbt. J. J. Johnston. SGiu oy CUTTING AND SEEDING FALL WHEAT, JULY 28, 1898 Even the much m.-xligncd Sir Frc-d-; to Ivof Wilson wont into tho laku and perished. Sonv 500 sheep belonging to Thos. Kerr also The trains which have been stalled fourteen miles from here for' two davs Richardson, Hob. THhm ...-.v.j- t-il his heart gives out. onjoy the exercise. was able to pull through of the Winnipeg l LUllllUg TTe seems to i pulled in after midnight this morning. It is just as well for the Liberal party that Burrows was defeated in .Dauphin. Go to the blood, if you are to drive out Rheumatism. A Wisconsin phy. sicinn, Dr. Shoop, does this with his Rheumatic and with seem ins Rub-on'ri, saya the Doc. the electors yesterday. We oppos- ed him strenuously because we felt the Liberal government upon its ad- Thc Pass did grand for Macdonald'. lor- did cure Rheumatism. It's j more than skin it is constitu. Lot us all get together now and always. Because of this prin- and Mr. Sim-jLcthbridgc is about as large again as Thtjre wore fully four ministrative record mons upon his excellent record as a! Medicine member of the provincial house, de-j hundred votos served the support ,of the doctors m I in that city, this riding. I we remarked yesterday Mr. Sim- i Mr. Simmons boost for One thing the vote showed wad thai more polled here than comes.out Or the con- existence. ciple, Dr. Shoop's Rheumatic Kern. c-dy is perhaps the most popular in It goes by Trord of mouth another, everjwhere. Grateful patients gladly spread re- sults, It is an act of hummnity. to the sick of A way to health. TcU sick one. Sold by J. J. Jbhu. Merchants Bank of Canada HEAD OFFICE, MONTREAL Keserve and Undivided BOARD O Sir JB. Montagu All sirs President DIRECTORS Jonathan Hodgson, Esq. Vice-President B. Hoamer, Esq., Thos. Long, Esq., C. F. Smith, Esq., Hngn A. Allan, Esq., C. H. Hay., Esq., Alex. Barnet. TT VJ .Hebden General Manager o H? branclie8 and agencies distributed throughoul Canada. New York Agency, 63 and 65 Wall St. SAVINGS SANK ACCOUNTS invited, and special atten- tion is paid to small deposits. Interest at 3 peTcent per annum, compounded four times a year. Drafts, Money Orders acd Letters of Credit, payable in any part of the world, at current rates LETHBKIDGE BRANCH- E. W. McMULLEN, Manager Why Trust Companies Exist a trUSt COrBPany is appointed executor or admiuisfra- this 3> one of the reasons why it is necessary to companies. They offer continuity of service and 'h possessing many other advantages over an individual in this position of tnwMhe compensation jallowed is THE TRUSTS AND (Head Office, To and P. L. NAI8MITH FARM, LETHBRIOGE Official tor and Maclcod Advisory Board for D. W. Marsh. Esq., William Pwce, Esq 711 Pint Strttt, Wwt, C.lg.ry. P. Turner Bone, Rw. A. Q. ROSS, ;