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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 8, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LF.THBRIDCE HERALD, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, I90t. PAGE ELEVEN. Premier tatterford Detail Of Administration in the Benefit of the tor and Free Text Books Attest This! hinge; tKe.fiitchiag, paper and type Ijyit I'Vfi'y Me-' costzto arc splimdid spec 's art. .Their. who will sup-. as follows: Primer, book, cents; V. cents; third book, -fouzth book, cents. the quality of :the Finest Series of Text Books in Use in Canada Has Been Placed Free of All Cost in Used Urtder lemteriiU Premier on Text Books. iibr Rutherford, while touring. h' Uici south country in August, adcjhiiasad a public meeting .at stun, where of 'book -contract was bwwght The 'punier ihei'jeupon in ally fashion gav.e this question, .which has been the subject of much v he first place he intimated that the. Alberta government KIW-prepared to igivc .a boa us to that would undertake 4he work of-pub lishing the Alberta -texi books .aiK would coine )iip to tjje same standard 4is Ute with the pahyvset forth. Ths premier, -who js to be a staunch Albertan; Biade dear de si re- to sec all the moiiey possible iulicst criticism." in :S of. bwic. jjuportiuice... ..districts :orgapizeicf on ey.ery inyw..in.ieiustlw.as .taken ago., '-w.etre soon Condemned ba.th jgo.ve.rnrnents -.looked the best set of p s 6b- -Search.far Bestfi and not 'HP pbtain books suited resBlved fore. Some farmers unacquainted with the real facts of the have been heard to complain that the govern- ment's straight rate for hieuriilice is too high, ft is 15 acre for an indemnity 01 an acre, same as paid under the -old Territorial regime, but it is paid, with much greater certainty. When Alberta became a separate r.rovmce the new Government Had seven cases of disputed hail-insurance .to settle :by arbitration. Theto direct and continual touch with all Miirtg iVf tUe' 'province SJKI the outbreak of any or infectious disease jweas.ufeii en to prevent its spread, arid stamp it out in the first locality. This' 'of- ficial aloo is empowered to inspect hos- pitals, construction and lumber camps, to report upon these and in-'a goneral way to take all iths precaution necessary to protect the health of the jublic. Still another branch is the bacterio- ogical laboratory, established last 'ear, and now well equipped for its .vork. The oflfcials in charge make a study of germs us well as analyse sampler of water, grain, alcohol, gases, ftc. In addition they manu- 'act'irc serum and vaccine, test pois- ons, and a-whole carry on valuable ,s auu research work .in connection with various phases of life in the province. This is but one of the mtiny important brunches of the L oi agriculture. were .the of .the territorial ntun- f Toronto, Out. from .Mornng if pood t 6 to extrav.aganco hi} nwreoAGir Hhat lie education r'tiey could buy large supplies of the Avhole sale rates :f roin .th .prove .ithe idiacfeditable t JQIIB under the text. i ring's monopoly: -.during own as been' Herald.v reply "The in unfair ehop' to that effect here. Wife Lcthbridge. "Book of says hooks you 'Can uritoh 'shop. and; then put them in the hands .iff the children free, the ebsUto pafentp or school! boards being nil. As a re- sult of this -thoroughly policy, the' heads of families: Jn :the twin-.proyincos will -behaving sands of dollars .anuually. _ Bui a -measure- that so commended itself to .popular, judgment cpuld ;iiot be let pass by .the oppositiph of good called ;-upon to .vilify every act of the party in power, benelicial or _. -iis mere .political clamor., arid, highly-colored languags r >ftrir-away an electorate. a godcl case based something 'Ayhich.Mr. Haul- ain .could_jnpt present to them Jn his le.xk.bonk'.onslnught.. J (S MADE SHOPS, ROLAND TAXATION: 0 HOW THE LUMBER CASE DECISION BENEFITS THE FARMER. 0 HELPl.NG NEW CITIZENS. I Sir Wiiifridr Laurier, pfr in the course of a speech de- ivei-sd at Edmonton-on the day of jroyjnciaI inauguration, Sept. 1, 1900, expressed these excellent sentiments: "Let me say to one and all of our new "fallow countrymen that the Do- minion of Canada ,is in one respect like the Kingdom of Heaven. Those cyiue at .the eleventh iipisr re-, ceive as fah: treaithient? HJS' those who; iave been in the folder time. What we-have M-e "waniBehave with our civilization. Let Bmaln's sub- jects, let 'them of the life of this country, whether mu- nicipal, provincial or naiiokftl. Lot them be electors well as citizens, do not itnticjpato and not want- that any individuals look, to tlie past but Jet thi-m a'.so l.ook to the look-to the land ji" their ancestors, but look to land. them become Canadians, .sub- ji'ci.s .awl-give their heart.'aiid'soul, gement. in J1XK5 under the present rovineidl iiiiiuagement there wer nly two to arbitrate and las r ;xhere AVHS none. It .is hoped foi !iat there will be no case disputed this either. Ae regards .the rate of 15 cents charg- ed by the local Government an ilium- nation comparison may be .'had by etudying the rates of .an insurance company which has a strong footing in been maW by the JAlberta (joverhmeut in -ifJie ndvised fit !may :.be. Saskatchewan -Hpuse; Mr. cost 40 cents and sell makiiig- Haultain a .fierce mpon a profit of 187 per cent. They are not the government for the contract it profit of 187 per cent. They are not the government up-to-date either. I would go .-any- had made with .the Morang Companv' where rather than with of Toronto V Series Won Gold Medal.o Concerning this question the premier saicT'further that'one of the first.steps takea by the Albertan16, and it was said further likely.-If this.-w-as -not a other resident of -'this- Province, hud, was -not caused by the Alberta court's-decision in the lumber case, see any other possible- way of looking at-the -whole mjitter. coirespondent'o reierehce that an impotent.Amount is a the try'ng on active-; Jy -'tlie newer districts, of eupplementing fairs' the good work farmers' associations. stations have been es- rtablistied in several districts by the department. .to te-st varieties, to give tlie surrounding farmers .object lessons anil to prove that fruit can he suc- cessfully cultivated in this province. Hail Insurance. due "regard for the man who is .ep unlucky us to "lose some of his .storms, .the Alberta gp'v- fryotem ofliail -insuring crops .against hail cents per acre, a merely npm- itiiil sum. "The man jnsureil is rpim- liahle to c'rimina'l prosecution and barsed to the "exncnt Pf ?4 .13" ..to .cpnyiction. it wa if ;hLs crop is-destroyed. 'jiot .of the- fine' but' the The claims "-are 'settled proinptly -4it stake- that, the 'brought action to-; prosecute u .combine, but the rom a legal- point- of view, more cfirectly concerned in -the, whole principle of combines; brought before them' -.for -.trial in., this one instance. How they -disposed of .combines is now. a matter of pride to the Province, ao o.Uier on this continent 'hav- ing .over prpnoUnced so urieciui vocally upon the .criminality of corabines, or made it so. dangerous for combines to ;exitjtv becuust; rendering theriivpatentiy speaking ..their j-itCc jonipaiiy tlid -eqnil' out.-, ijy the. Agricultural to- the ariner. V j .In the, matter- oir education; too, JIM v: particular.. cai e is talteii' at strative to consult .visliCp arid aiei'ds.of the settler carry ing Ganadian i.'his is a di.roct -benefit -to. the ty but. it is [benefit --lo .he "future develo'p.uient of province. As an instance there is -the roatter of Galician or ;Ruthenian .'Jsphbpis.-. I'hey .consist of 48- seliool, districts or- ganized .in tho past three :hc direction oi a man' especially, sel- .ected .Ivy .for this .woVk. "He .-niects comprehension all the early difltcul- .vies felt by these, jiew come.rs'in under- standing the .Canadian, school, system... ne o! theni-.. although -desirous- oolo, -were airaicl of tlie 'systVm of aU's even wlien as .usual-; ar- by -or board. They ii ihis way. onl I ho tn-a.sun- department atid ullhpugh "As to the first-charge, there is jao llie" eovcrnmeht of -A1- bcrta means' -to "-match itself against tbfs strong, corpora- lion. v There is prepared doiibt that "it is well that the department of the At- sirouid prfnt HR ;Q'.cn -school at -vEdmojrton, Nevertheless, it is ralso true can .be produced -in New York toh more economically ;and mor ly than "in Canada. There-are firrris with a special equipment, "and bsttcr .produce tli'fe, at impossible iave case making rrta- wlrich mnke cases -ve case makers ce by Tho for Saskatchewan. He dealt lii no superficialities, but proberl the question to the htart. In thV first- .place.- children, of the West impei'ntivfjy' needed gotxl ?chool the to be -had. the.price should be1 in keeping real value of the books, and this depends upon'the-quantity and character of educaliotial ronttcr contained, upon ttic. quaSity paper used, the binding and gencrnl make- up ci' the. hook. Thr oxcellcnco of nil -these, in Ihe now Alexandra er.> hnri not lie en disputed by nny- onp; they were fnr superior to nny other series submitted-to the mpnt. 'ConscTin-rntly they were, selected. Sirrnc is tnie of oth'er "-detailR of trinnu- binrleries hre pcwriy and 'their Arprk not compare, with IhoaeLof the.United Slates' or Orr books are, generally iKpcrikrngr inferior to "tKose" in the "btHer counmre. s .to .the .of "vaclue; the two have A concerned rt good bargain. "to "have fcieen has USD nn of all nfc felmtl-that.- xvilHonk they aroin some redpect -rne-Trncsi KOt 0 to nf FClvool renders-ye'l Tire lion. ttrttfei his the brief in a case similar to tiiose brought'by'the Dornin- t5ovorTtrncrit collect la'p'd holdings. As the Tton. Mr. Cross-stated at a speech in Cnlgxry last May: "The Government, here ..be- lieves there are Contentions to be mail, which have never been pre.-'Hited in any court of aiv.i wt- propose to stan a fro.-h action. We will it to ;tie Privy Council in Kirgland i." and have.tho decided once arid iw- all It rs very irn- portAnt matter, because it means fcf dollars in thxfcs to province." of Ihe legal and ability of -the (t'-rreral with nvtioii combines. viuce were aoveh CUKCS pute fjofii the old Territorial sy.stenij not a single .cas'e.'jn ;n'rniV t ration "last year. c Pork and Beef Commissions. Last year n beef {-oinkd upon fibggi'stion fir'Bt niade by the minister of agriculture for JVU bf-vta. invesiigatod thoroughly the ex- isting conditions of the beef industry Uirough the xvhole The appoint- ment of stock commissioner in Alberta is one direct result of this commission. At the present time another com- mission is holding sessions through- out the province, with the intention to investigate thoroughly the condi- tions of the hog raising industry and its products in thic? province. The aim is to find a remedy for the present condition of depression in what should foe a prosperous and important in- dustry. The record of this department's working under tho Han. Mr. Fmiay's direction is a moot one. No thin? that can benoiit the iarraer'if by Ihe .seiA-icy. Public Health, 01 the which also corner undvr the depart- ment o: agriculture, is speedily being worked up to_a most commendable The provincial health of- ficer has the advantage of having a new- field and a clear one in which to carry out the most up-to-date of preventing disease and nlost .iepucerned and tlie combine vhri a.triuinph.in the ugo of combines. Qiir correxijidejn" must not forget .00. that; there, are eleven (11) others are jet to come if .tlie Court -ot them as with this tj-et .case, the total tine would reach Mr. Franklin's letter of nquiry is indued jtiteresting and worthy of the careful attention .of all our .rt-nders. was stated editorially in the Cal- gary Herald ol July 3lst: "The advices in last evening's.Her- ald of.a cttt in the price of lumber lor shipment .to the Prairie Provinces i.s an juiovrer to the statement that the lum'ber coinbinfe did not affect the cost to the Albeit a consumer- It is only a few daya sifrci: the Court of this province delivered jXidghient confirming the decision oi Clviei Jus- tice Sifton in the lumber case and al- reSdy the Mountain mills have noti- fied the Coast mills that they would wot be hound by -any price agreement. The result is a reduction in tlie coet o! lumber to the fanner in this coun- u thn. way of oppresoiyc. ;uch iw .they .luid -from. kBut :a'a :lioy came to.imdersUau-'-.tiie. 'this mid .many living outside ''ok nm >rganized now ;to get: -in' 3ue.. -.r-. T.hey did. not soine to school to i build a school :of iogsUhemsclyes. But, huye their mind-s in this and have- in a now 27 -jgood schools created at an AVV In aoine-places they build rooms, -resid- -nce lor tlie Gonadiftn teftchens. Tho. latter, ienring flic' lonf Irn'oes, of sat- dement little English was spok- :.n, were .at- first reluctxiiit -t07go: to -schools, but having the kindness of the people arHJ.-4-the aptitude of the piipilg, this difficulty' Li alsb- svbout past. Tn districts the school board -was elected in the Most of these -have oecrctarioi-v are yery helpful ;to the school boards "in In other are Ri! then 5 an and they .-are ditable work. In twelve 'districts department's organizec of these.ecKools Tiasrljetn asked to become-an official., trustee, fulfilling all slowlv board, first, facilitntc building and pro-linne hnvo. bocu t this COUll-Uulta k> .thf .-henofitx-.. are Well eaelT bound front. and back b'ook a G- 0 r of the. national iknd togetlwr.Jn ful- rilling the yery bright destines oi province. Uncertainty at Dauphin.. August number -of people an? in town to cnU-t for od-1- uuvnbenxJ sections, but as the -trani: fens from Otiaw.i not been re- ceived here, it is almost 10 learn with anv degree of ._ c.innoi tie regarded as other than an Kvhnt hind is to for. .Prevvntion is al- of course, can be ways u better method cure. chance. cat a ton. with reduction of j A- K- T. Co 10.05 826.05 scarcity is causing an move- fifty cents-if the. city takes it all at j I-eth. KlcCtric Co. once, whk-hiwill ttene. JBcntly Co. HOSE TENDE'R The Canadian Rubber Co. offered Total........................ 11646.08 for a man in is as good for the Commons. rtoVr "itrv'vt.t ritty ii positions. It is chiefly men to do the threshing that are wanted. The "of IKe diHy niicl broken c-j tho cars. Montreal, Sept. Mountain ment, to be made in wages and Liberals renominftted J. A. C. Ethiec as a day being given. MVA emetic fices in Traf.gar Square besieged by a crowd of mechanics, artisans and oth- er unemployed. Special police are called in to reg- ulate traffic. Covered that the in the park are affected with the disease. Xo. other cases have been discovered and it- is believed that there Vill be lit-, hpread the afl Dcing sv.rvc.ved and after the lotment of land is made to In- dians, the balance will be for mcnt. The trade from this ricfc dis- trict will be very great and the G. R. is after it. ;