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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 16, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBRIDGE WEEKLY HtRALD Lethbridge Herald PRINTING CO... LTD. W. A, Buchanan, irector and Editor. ithe production of the fuel fur the i to represent what the country will Great Canadian West. {actually receive from the Trince Al- j When travellers, excursion parties! bert limit, as such a large limit cau- jand landseekers, come to us from j not possibly be exhausted by any! 1 across the line, or from eastern Ca- j Iwnlx-ring operations, and even !nudtt, they all come with the same burnt over will renew itself. Now it j 'eyes, vise, to see wheat and wheat is quUe likely that with increase pop j j lands. Hut such is not the ease with ulation, a company operating- such a! the party of Scotch i large limit, might cut DO million let-t; They come with eyes for. a. dozen oHper annum. This at 50c. per thou-j '-a score of things. looks errand feet means an annual payment the country from the oint of: to the government of so; ;a-irrain raiser, anoth-.-r 'PHIL that a'.; that with the ground rent of Coal Mining In Southern Alberta .Al- oint. 'M that a'.; the caule breeder or cat 1 uyv1 the people of this country from this another is a sheep maa, will j limit alone will receive a perpetual judge from the standpoint a ii- breeder, others are iuLx-.-d i.irn: SUBSCRIPTION Irs Advance a year Qtheriwse a year ADVERTISING Per Month per Inch HELP THE TRANSPORTATION COMPANIES It ia perhaps the case that at no time have transportation facilities in Western Canada gone ahead of re- quirements. It is a safe guess that' more than for their accomplishments! '.hi their native Wicv-'eri railroad capital does not seek to run ,r. i they go they make gooa. Jno its steel into lands that are not clear j agricultural leaders coming f Cmm-l ]y safe dividend payers. In. some cas da and seeing ther2 :s lien: will i es they have drawn'light traffic but; return to Scotland and th> (Staff Correspondence, of the Toron- ,to Globe) Frank. Alia., Aug. breath ing spell in business circles in other parts of the west finds >its counter- part in Uie comparative quietness in the coalmining1 districts of Southern annuity of to say nothing of interest. i Alberta. The volume of business is others again are poulr.-.v ;KVJ so i -This is what Mr. Ames calls light, and little improvement is ex- on. Each man is a spc-.uUi-r in hisjinff our timber axvay. And I'm in-j pected until the general trade situa- line and nearly all linos niv i dined to think that Burrows tender-i tion becomes more active. One of ferent. i ed for 20 limits instead of 19, and the big customers for Frank coal, Scotch people are r.ot'1 r jgot eighteen of them. But I haven't up to the .present has been the Can- achievements in otlir- lands c-ven i the figures by me." j adian Pacific: Railway but .with the And the Advocate informant, who j decline in traffic- the'demand for fuel was quite warmed up over what he; has lessened, and the output in this considered the deliberate unfairness vicinity is correspondingly dimimih- of Mr. Ames whole argument, went ed. The small manufacturing con- on his way. cerns in various parts of the Prairie "Oh yes, I heard most of his ad-; Provinces, and industries of a small- dress" said a third man. "He did er sort, have also absorbed a lesser the cost of construction has been results of their observations. Souih partly borne by the governments for; era Alberta may not 1-? tho sav anything about the annual j amount, while the demand from the the purpose of" promoting national i country from every standpoint but j ground rent and stumpage dues the! smelters of southern British Coluaa- It .is certainly the there is no doubt but what this coun lumbermen have to pay annually, j.bia for coal and coke shows a heavy case too that present lines of trv is better suited to the viand such omission is bound to give decrease. With the exception, of the way in the West fail mined Leth- j line is usually in excess iha j ply, and the Western j hwta arid southern British Columbia i j imcls a ready sale. The Inquiry is inactive at the present triie ovjing to the slackness in trade, and is not believed that there will improvement until after tlio PJTSI- dential elections in November. COAL IS KING- Valuable mining- properties urc- ing worked at Bkiirmore. 'Coleiiiaii, Julie, und other towns in ''.his vi- cinity, and while these arc- also feel- ing the ejects of dullness, tu vrucU at the present time, their itlook >s encouraging enough. Coal is king in this part of.the country and the amount of capital employed, in tak- ing it out of the mountains runs in- to a big figure. A cluster of vil- lages is maintained almost entirely by the industry, and the workmen have, until recently, been.prosperous. They are still in a good position, looking forward' to a resumption, of! the old time activity. But coal-min- j ing is not the sole dependence of the i district. At lilaironore, two miles I from here, the Rocky Mountain. Ce- j nieut Company has established a i huge plant, and in the near future 1 the actual work of transforming a mountain of rock into cement will} begin. The building is.. -constructed "THE STORE OF QUALITY. Compulsory Removal Our lease having expired are compelhd to move, and until our new store is completed will occupy tlie Enterprise Lumber Co. Warehouse Ou ROUND STREET, five doors south, of the- Herald Office Oar intentions are to handle Fresh Fruits, Vegetables and Groceries as usual. Hoping to give 'our customers as good satisfaction as before G. BRADBEER CO. SUCCESSORS TO NELSON PHONE 21 FRASER LETHBRIDGE idea of what the lumbermen of the. Scottish farmers than any oth tbing. While the wheat grower appears as a. sufferer it just happens that the companies providing transportation service are in a. position of just as so to speak. The cement I in Alberta that ar said a Conservative go- helping both himself and the. which secured'a trade of go over a. bunch of timber and then have it put up for iv.g- lations have been changed, inind you arise, before the close of next -winter. The dwellers on the prairie have ap- 'parently not taken the coal problem portation companies he. did'.--not. as a--rule, point [seriously-as-yet; and ..-they .will need out to the department that it was [to bestir themselves if they are "to. inaccessible or that more time-should' avoid a repetition of the 'having lived John Young Dies At Ninety Three (From Thursday's Daily.) Yesterday morning at the residence 'of his son, Sara Young, eight 'miles east of Lethbridge, John Young died at the age of ninety-three. -Mr'. Young was -born- in- Ohio-and has spent his. whole life on the frontier. and cnme out at the) be given for tendering-, or anything experiences which aroused so much OUR VISITORS Of all the parties that have visited Lethbridge during- this year none cany with greater possibilities of benefit to Lethbridge and district than dp.the parties who are with us todav. If end-of the year nearly halt a million that kind. .The Department had in debt? If- extravagance brings re usually a limit of six weeks in which, suits such as this the people would) to receive tenders, and that general- lie pleased to welcome'more oi it." ly gave everybody a. fair chance, but i there were one or two odd tunes in the year when the chances Averts ag- ainst anyone -investigating a. limit, and the chap who had been over it had the best of it." was the need of putting so MR. AMES IS UNFAIR After H. B. Ames, 3I.P., had held his'magic lantern show in' Red Deer, the Advocate, of that town, a Lib- the Scottish agriculturalists and Bri-' era! paper, absolutely fair in its me- i many: limits on the thods and never guilty of vc .rkirur ur> j there was a pretty u fictitious yarns, published the follow- j mand for lumber in those discussion eighteen months ago. There is always plenty of steam coal mountains in .this district MMB. to be filled with the distribu- tion and' delivery are not always well arranged. LOOKING FOR INCREASE IX TRADE. tish mining- enffineftrs e.re sjttisfiscl that this countrx- is alright from their respective standpoints, no one can estimate the good that will ac- interviews. which go to prove j years and prices were high. boom There Indications point to sumption of activity the nnnes here, and it is understood trwtr ments will be resumed before Jong. The town has been quiet for several months, as the production of .coal i is practically the': life of braska and Montana" from- .which state he came three years ago to live with his son. He -has "been blind .for over twenty years.-; Of his three daughters and' two sons, survive. Two of the daughters; Mrs.. E. Newton of Lethbridge. -and Mrs. Lambert-of Olds, and one son, j of Lethbridge, live in Alberta. One re- son and one daughter live in Alonta- that Mr, Ames is far from being an was no doubt public sentiment crue. .Both parties are composed of 'authority on subjects he is endeavor-! the West favored .the Department j. depressions affect the i'ndw- i Rodgers experts who know exactly what they to enlighten the people of West-i trying to interest some capital ccntros serio'usly in thc era Canada upon, and also that he i lumbering and 'sawmilling with a! and misrepresents without any hes-i more convenient." are looking for and will know it i when they see it. Therefore it is the business of the "people of this vicin- to tLiciii what we have i with full confidence that it is the! "i believe Mr. Ames .showed up best there is. j some of you fellows in a pretty bad i The British Mining Engineers oh Monday the Advo-j composed of many oi the leading i cate observed to a man who knows mine men of Great Britain and also I something of the Lumbar business. statements view to making lumber cheaper i as in the "Rast, and everj'onc is and ing for the inevitable turn in the I tide. It is net likely that tr.c- FOr- OUR POINT OF VIEW Chief Gillespie is- well worth He is giving this city the bestikind of police''protection and ev- I mer close connections betwewn j mines at Prank and the Canadian j Pacific Railway wD) resuKwd. The j railway is now developing its own mines on an extensive scalfi at mer, B. C., near Fernie. aad it fijTioj-ai tiiis rncmirisr to the public cemetery. Rev. J. M. Harrison of Wesley Methodist, church officiating- The pall-bearers were Messrs. A. Easton, G. Neidig, J. F. F. Rooney, L. H. Fowler, and Power. a better salary receiving. mond Coal Co., the Royal Collieries, ;to regret its negligence. j the Lethbridge Collieries and besides' "Now the deliberate inference is! these there are several smaller mines i that having received the bonus on: producing coal in small quantities these limits nothing further is, ever but which if taken over by concerns j received in the shape of revenue by with capital would' have the output j the people of this country. Whereas, greatly increased. Lethbridge is i as every lumberman well knows, the without doubt the centra of the' bonus is a mere. bagatelle, being ac- greatest area of bituminous coal in j tually in the nature of a small de- Canadu, if not in. America. As yet posit. its extent is but imperfectly known.! "Let us see what the government In nearly every coulee for scores ci will receive from the two limits Mr. miles in every direction there arc Ames accuses the government of hav- outcroppings of coal. As farmers'ing given away for a mere song, viz. sink their wells in various paris of j the famous Cedar Lako limit, and the country they come across layers the Prince Albert limit. of good coal. The visiting mine op-1 The Cedar Lake limit- is comprised erators seeing tho extent and quality of 100 square miles and is estimated of the coal arc bound to be interest-' at feet, Mr. Ames said, c-d which to men of this stamp moans That is log measure or .about much more than the satisfying of a i foot of lumber. Tho govern- passing curiosity. Then; is no doubt; munt will therefore receive as dues but what coalmining in this district. the sum of in addition to is a. good thing. Tliere arc unlimit-; a. yearly rout of This is what ed areas, and the quality is the best i Mr. Ames calls giving the timber I away. "Tho Prince Albert, limit of 500 possible for domestic coal and much of it good steam coal. It is found in layers thick enough to make easy and profitable working, it being- nec- ijssary to take out very little dirt with the coal. Moreover, there is a great and -expanding market with good railway facilities with immed- iate prospects of much better. These are facts that, doubtless the visiting miners will sec for themselves and be, convinced that this district is a good, place to invest thoir capital for square mik-s will not cut 8, 000, 000 J ft. to tho .square mile, as ?..rr. Ames. estimated, but about a fourth of this feet long woasftrc', or i feet of lumber on a; very conservative estimate, The go- vcrnmcnt will therefore receive in dues in addition to a year- ly rent of 500. j "It must be understood, however, is not of the opinion in regard to Mr. Perley. In a recent speech, Mr. Weir said: ____ "Is there a single man in the country who believes that Mr. Per- ley honestly defeated Mr. Christie four year's ago? There is not a man, Conservative or Liberal, who does not know that Mr. Perley bought the majority which return- ed him at the head of the poll." H was a shame that there should lit- men who were prepared to sell tlvir votes for a few dollars. Such men ought to be sent to jail- "We cannot punish them now, but we can punish the arch-corriiptor. you will find that Mr.' Perley will not be long tolerated by the intel- ligent electors of this county, but that Mr. McGibbon will be sent to Ottawa." And still the Conservative party to appear before the people or C'nmula, as the "r.arty of purity." 3u> government made no mistake in appointing Robert Nimmons lic- ons.' inspector for this district. His sympathies nre entirely on tho .side of :he l.v.v and he has courage to it. The Lsinricr Government is safe, Sir Charles Tupper is predicting a the beginning of 1909. The .FrttiK include a number of representatives; "Well, if Ames hadn't any better j cr-v person, apart from the sinners j pects tQ place Qn the martljt ;1C of the Canadian Mining Institute. Al-! for ''Western people than he desen though mining has been carried on i ffave us here, he had much better! tniin. he is now here for many years the industry is stay at home. Why the man appear-' but in its infancy. As yet the Gait lo me to be deliberately out to! Ceo. H. M. P. for Argente- mines are the only mines that deceive. You. remember where heiuil, Que., is a Conservative. To the development stage and are'. sa-id that the Government had parted read the press of his party, one producing coal in any quantity, i with the timber lands before they would believe that all its members There are several large properties in Iiad idea as to their value, and were spotless, but Hon. W. A. Weir, process of development as the Dia-1 now that they are gone had cause j the Provincial Treasurer of Quebec LIGHTNING Sintaluta, Sask., Sept. a" thunder storm this afternoon light- ning struck the tower of the_ Spring Coulee school and descended into the porch where a number of children and the teacher, were standing, and kill- ed Anna, the daughter of David Rail- mines will .need to look for other i ton, reeve of the Indian Head Rural outlets, and the Western Stawi at to to furnish the best opportunity. The demand for good coal south of the municipality. A number of other children felt the effects of the shock, but were not injured. that the above figures do not begin Conservative victory. WANTED All growers of produce around Lethbridge to send in their goods to the Lethhridge City Market Splendid Accommodation for Horses and Cattle For all particulars as to rent for Stands, etc., apply to Waddington Gibbon MARKET MASTERS LETHBRIDGE I The Material for your shed, or house xintill you have barn seen our Finest material on the market at closest "price" yet Carload each of fresh Lime, Wood Fibre Plaster -and Cement in stock. v Lumber Co., LteL later, Stirling, Bayraond, lagratli, Coleridge "TKis is the Store to buy HOUSE FURNISHINGS A selection is easily made from a stock so complete and clean. You will find. that our prices are unmatched. Another car in finest.lot of Upholstered Fur- n'iture that we have'ever bad in. All kinds of Parlor Sets, Loimges and Easy Chairs, etc., etc. T5e Turpin Furniture Co, COMPLETE HOUSE FURNISHERS Why Trust Companies Exist WHen tt trust company :is appointed executor or administra- tor; the1 estate always receives efficient administration and this is one of the reasons why it 'is necessary to have trust companies. They offer continuity of service, and although possessing many other advantages over an individual in this position of trust, the compensation allowed is no greater THE TRUSTS AND GUARANTEE COMPANY, LTD. (Head Office, Toronto.) Capital: Subscribed, Paid Up and Reserve, Public Administrator for Calgary, Macleod Lethbridge and Wetaskiwin Judicial Districts. Official Assignee for Lethbridge .and Macleod Judicial Districts. Advisory Board for Alberta D. W. Marsh, Esq., William Pearce, Esq., P. Turner Bone, Esq. 711 First Street, West, Calgary. A. G. ROSS, Manager, ESTABLISHED 1864 Merchants Bank of Canada HEAD OFFICE, MONTREAL Paid-up Reserve and Undivided Profits.............. BOARD OF 'DIRECTORS Sir fl.. Montagu Allan President Jonathan Hodgson, Esq. Vice-President C. R. Hosmer, Esq., Tiros. Long. Esq., F. Esq., Hugh A. Allan. Esq., C. M. Hays, Esq.. Alex. Barnet, Esq.. F. Orr Lewis, Esq. E. F. Hebden G-cneral Manager The Bank has 110 branches and agencies-distributed .throughout Canada. New York Agency. 63 and Wall St. SAVINGS BANK ACCOUNTS invited, and special atten- tion is paid to small deposits. Interest at. 3. per cent, per compounded four times a'year. Drafts, Money Orders and Letters of Credit, payable in any part of the world, at current rates LETHBTHDGE BRAXCIT- E. W. McMUUEN, Manager DON'T BUY t t v f i t The Herald for High-class Job Work ;