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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 9, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR Lethbridge Herald PRINTING CO., LTD. W. A. Budbflu, Managing: Director and Editor. THE LETHBRIDGE WEEKLY HtRALD SUBSCRIPTION In Advance Otheriwse the people into the promised land rather they want to be led and those who have had experieiico, t rail- road, is as hard to lead as a broucho (unless there is a sack of oats to j tempt it. Railroad development, couliiMjd to! one road only is not in the interest oi" the province. We want competi- tion. Let us encourage other roads I THE COME AND SEE SIGN ADVERTISING a year j to come into this country. iu- a year! stance the C.X.R. and and ---------------I Great Northern have chart.-rs lines in this district. would buiki this district nioro rapdly.' than the presence of a competitor to j the G.P.K. of either one ihes.- SHEEP AND ALFALFA j roaiK Is there any way to district is not de. 'm here than per Inch i the Aiberta government Some months ago a Cjuld SCHOOL BOOKS CLEAR AND CONCISE STATEMENT BY MORANG CO. INTELLIGENT AND FAIR-MINDED MEN WILL BE SATISFIED "THE STORE OF QUALITY.11 the i This sign is permanently attached i to the front of the main building oi the Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine a. O' l-JJv Canary press were for tha icy of euarantceing o! W j "SPJESj _ government The Lethbridg veloping feeding enterprises as n should. There are sheep and lambs in what might be called the Lethbridge district extending south to the boundary and east as far Grassy Lake. The surplus mut: tiOni Djiiicis in tno usisrnboriiood j nearly all goes out in the fall, it goes ithe Province "Wowed." The only which is not "open and abore- chiefly to one firm and the price this Alberta jrovenm.. n: can' fall will be about four cents The'pursue to aJ ivelopment through the statements ue-, f a permanent invita- I tion is extended to anyone to come coun'-y. to its from the Morang Co. and it should appeal to every intelligent union man as a complete answer to all the statements circu- >y persons and papers anxious sheep will run a little over a dred pounds each and the per head' UJV coun--y. give a: i; made in the advertisements of Lydia i u- ana anxi returns will be "from f eurodollars districts railroad con-' E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. lo create a hub bub over a ina inectiou and provide Is it a purely vegetable compound about oA-hich they knew nothing. l, ,.i. r :___.. ivsrvf-e1 f i.-. i four and a quarter. Lethbridge has i f stacks, of alfalfa, the best sheep fod- j cler grown. Fifty or sixty stacks can! be counted from one point near Par- ry's farm. If the could be brought tie oats or sere December 1st and fed for one undertake j. _ _ _ __ the opening of new lines, throughout! Pmldiam's Vegetable Compound has the province, provided that road win; cured tiiousands of these women? Cotue this assistance on the part oi the The type for the Read- was set up in the shop of .T. S. -LJUJiUL _ 4 million, one hundred Lllsnin? Co., the Norwood Pi-ess, Norwood. Mass. We presume that by Uhe word unfair, in your telegram. mean a or an open shop. We are sorry that we cannot give vaii any information as to whe- This advertisement is only is> Gr is not- a T7n- finite instructions to our agent, Mr. W. F. Brainard, 156 Fifth Avenue, New York, who placed the contracts for us, to see that the work was done in Union shops. in the Lethbridge district? ie charge that the Amer- ican Book Company had anything whatever to do with the contract for the Alexandra Readers, we have only this to say, that it is ridiculous and absurd. The American Book Com- pany, neither directly nor indirectly, either as a Company or through any of Its officers or officials, has any- thing whatever to do with the con- tract for the Alexandra Readers, or with the Morang Company, or the Morang Educational Company Limit- ed. We are simply the Agents in the doubters. The great army of-women shop, but we do know this, that j Dominion of Canada for the publica- Union Hours are observed and Un- THE COMING_ CAMPAIGN -r, HO .1, i >VLUJ Juiuw xrom. tneir own personal nours ar 1 Droving Vh OI the; experience that no medicine in the! ion wages paid. However, vou canlju proxince. The competitioa alone wiU j world equals Lydia E. Pmiham's easily get this information Wn T HP Tnc i i V OCraTQ A I 1 A 7TT f -_ c ticn comment on the coining Federal cam l raU'S on the assisteci .lines. will( efitedby it; but the poor doubting, necessitate the competing roads meet- Woman must, for her O'wn of the American Book company, as we are at present agents educational publications of Compulsory Removal Our lease having expired we are compel! d to move, and until our new store is completed we will occupy the Enterprise Lumber Co, Warehouse On ROUND STREET, five doors south of the Herald Office are to handle Fresh Fruits, Vegetables and Groceries as usual. Hoping to Kive onr customers good satisfaction as before G. BRADBEER CO. SUCCESSORS TO NELSON FRASER PHOIfE21 LETHBKIDGE This is the Store to buy HOUSE FURNISHINGS A selection is easily made from a stock so complete and clean. lou will nnd that our prices are unmatched. Another car m today-the finest lot of Upholstered Fnr- nuure that we have ever Lad in. All kinds of Parlor Sets Lounges and Easy Chairs, etc., etc. The Turpin Furniture Co. COMPLETE HOUSE FURNISHERS .in- wwwjnva UAMPA GN h-in H iTi >7" "JUP, j. .m.n a geu mis miormation tnrough the ibrmff down lhe rates on existingj Vegetable Compound for femalfe ills i the nf r'n. i r'r ecluc'ulonal Publications ot The Hoatreal Star has this roads and the government supervision hvill stfll go on using and being ben- nnihw K Houghton Mifflin Company, and as i of rau-s on thP efitedbvit: bnt thft-nnnr HmihH-ncr union- ine why we had the we formerly were for the MaiiTVfillsm oujucijuig luuaii, lux ner own taught J- s- CuslliDg Co., might just as well regain her health, jare- without any excepti is that they ception, the best which should be made note of t. the rates if thev wan oy both speaker and listener: j their business. that the 'speaking campaign1 J A progressive railroad policv should i for Lht prospective Federal elections.! be framed bv the o-overnment'without -n, u- is about to open, it i-, hoped that! delay and while we feel that "'ri a set of Readers, we the representatives of both parties Rutherford and his ministers could ho T wem to I mjnibters couia be! farmers are cutting- too green: ,we formerly were for the MacMillan Company and the D. Appleton Com- 'pany. before they established their own houses in Canada. We have tak- today. When we undertook to will endeavor to make the attention i depended upon to loowe L0 i00iv Wl-n cu attention i aepenaea upon to look well aftf- tha i which the people will them of1 People's interests as thev "T J did n0t luting value .to their audiences. since they took of he r'i" estimate that will hav. a, t. whether or not the shop was Canadian may enjoy power. .e would to ol know at one Dolit.icifln 'rrn fnr-' F v that may accrue from any cause what the modern sets, ais far as we know, I soever. The averages for the various j that has not been- set in their estab- OUR POINT OF VIEW j lines covered at the date when sum-! lishment. We went to the best place one politician 'go for' another; but; their consideration the plan nf iie does not profit by it. Personal'ing control of freight and condemnation and partisan recrimina-1 rates, in return for wh, n T tiou should oe reserved for serious! ance the rail roads 1OF in of wrong-doing; which -impose it! _ the critics as a duty. We ought j to to feel that thev take UD' such i -n, n j manes were made, were as follows: eucn a.task with genuine regret. Too: The Conservatives run around the! C P R main li often they appear to plunge into it f country denouncing the contract the! with unmistakable glee. j government made with the Robins LB "But the platform representatives i Irrigation Co. at Medicine Hat Ink-Tu of the parties might inform the "pec-1 the latter city however the Conser-1 T-aiilgan pie. on the more important features- vatives are unanimous in ot the national business to their per-; the arrangement is all r manent benefit. They could tell them; understand the situation what the government is doing, and IAmos and the other scandal distrib- it isn't doing but might, do; and then' uwrs kr-'-nv nothing about it. the citizens who hear them will everi L I l C J.ld V t: UcLli.- ,the en occasion to this charge in the most formal and most specific terms to the proper authorities, and this denial has been widely circulat- ed. In spite, however, of our denials, which we are prepared to establish either by affidavit or through an in- vestigation of any kind, the ridicu- lous charge is being- constantK- re. ;hop, and we .do not know at various causes, j the present minute. Gushing Co. nave set up practically all the peated. As far as we know none of modem readers in use m America the officials of the American Book there is only one of and paid the highest price to have the Readers set. and, as a result we ISJdo not fear comparison, as far as the 18 j typography of the books is concerned, 15 j with any Headers' published today Swan River -tfinitonas 19 j There seems to have been a good Regina to Prince Albert 15 deal of discussion in Saskatchewan jEstevan to Moose Jaw 2o and Alberta, as to the plac? whore Pilot to Estevan 16j the Alexandra Readers were manu- j courtesy in telegraphing us and we! (Winnipeg to loj factured. and as to whether or not may add that this courtesy is one {Winnipeg to-Wolscloy. via Reston 3 the books were manufactured in C.X.E... Winnipeg to r.fariapolis... 16J Union shops. We have made no Company have never even seen a set oi the Alexandra Readers nor have they the faintest idea of where the books are manufactured. We trust that this will give you the desired information but if there is anything further that you would like to know, in connection with the manufacture of the books, we shall be very glad indeed to sup- ply you with the facts. We have to thank you for vour DON'T BUY The Material for your shed, or house uutill you have barn seen our 1_ oiijp-jap Finest material on the market at closest "price-" yet Carload each of fresh Lime, Wood Fibre Plaster and. Cement in stock. I afterwards be able to judge the pro-! Coleman is a town of L Winnipeff to 16 cc-edings at Ottawa from a lirm-r! People. The .grand total of its con- anrt Mimota 19 j secret of ihi- fact that the first edi- aud more exalted attitude. trihutions to the Fernie sufferers was Brandon vi be compelicu so often. 10 Good for Coicrnan to Langhan, the statements of the debaters! Lanffhnm to for granted; for they would ki.ov.- something about the matter in hand themselves. "A 'speaking send the Virden to Brandon Murtney... 15 i tion of these books was manufactur- oniiirl i" r ...._, ._ n.. iu." reasons 22 j which we explained at length to the Talgary to -Edmonton 23 Ministers of Education in Saskatche- Southern Alberta whoat campaign' should send the voters to studying the blue books, would lu? of" greatest national %-aluu. One merely sets them to gihiaqr each eth- er, is a positive mischief. a speaker arouses yarty passions, he aot only fails to contribute to t un- patriotic wisdom o: tin; venlicr.; hut he blinds his hearers against anywis; dom which they dis-j Yield tnat his case is, at bottom, weak. has no solid facts to lay before hisi audiences which would win them to! his cause; so he appeals to their in-! heriteci- prejudices. The wise will always be on his guard against i such a 'stumper.' He will see his OFTHI WEST In This Part the Highest The Winnipeg Free Press estimate of the wheat of 1908 It may interest ou; many readers wrc, buying- :i new Range in the immediate futur.-- to 30 j wan and Alberta. The second edi- f tion of tha Readers, when we will have of produce, will Rang, j market a beautiful j i Thii naiut- was I .st-nt in by various contestants.. I and of -course, is u contraction of the j two "Saskatchewan" and i The construction of this range in- dicates tliat if we> wish to find rock- I bottom merit in a stove. Ve must go I to the manufacturer who has fxperi- j <-nce. the capital and the brains. i m Tlit- McClary Manufacturing Com-jj pany. Head Office, London. and I j in all leading centres, are' Steel i '3e manu'ractureci in Canada, in what to f ever place or places we can get them j done cheapest and the best. We liavfc ho manufacturing establishment I of our own and our printing and bind- from amonsr j ing is let bv contract. The com- which has not been extended to us by some other newspapers. These have, accepted current; unfounded rumor for fact, and have acted accordingly. Vve have h.iU, however, we are glad to say, inquiries from newspapers in Alberta whose Editors have similar ideas to yours and whom we have answered accordingly. Yours very truly, Morang Educational Co., Ltd., JOHN C. SAUL, Sec. Rogers-Cunning-ham Lumber Co., Ltd. lethhiilge, later, Stirling, Raymond, Magratn, Coleridge plete edition of the Alexandra Read- ers supplied to the Provinces of'Al- berta and Saskatchewan was printed by the Van Rees Press in New York City, which is a Union shop in every sense of the word, and was bound by the Franklin Bindery in New York Kelloe,, Sept. Mc- Leod, ajred 23, a popular young man of this town went duck hunting yes- terday and as he did not return home by night search parties went out to look for him. His body was found a quarter of a mile from his home Doctors say heart disease was the cause of his death. lowness. "Tho campaign should go to the party with the best array of A POLICY Alberta has no greater need On August 10.. nine inspectors start ed out to examine the crop for the Free Press and on August 09 the last inspector finished his work and turned in his report. The acreage .seeded to wheat in the thc j spring o? the present yc-ar was un- prescut time than railroad competi-j doubtediy ov.-r Jn fact the Free Press pointed out in the early spring when the Northwest Gram dealers were claiming loss than i that amount in whetu. that the ac-! be or over, id tion and railroad development. Apart from the _ building of thej transcontinental lines of the dian Northern and Grand Trunk Pa-1 ciCc the construction of railroads probably ran some 30.000 or -10.000 at practically a standstill in this but in mak- vicce. Settlers are taking up lhe the Free Press has fifty and more miles away from the! il IU-wssary to ullow for u existing- lines of railroad. They !argl!