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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 19, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRUH3E HERALD v 1 fmtm EJMtf Md rf SUBSCRIPTION vV i f In a year t f a year ADVERTISING Par Mouth Far Inch OUR POINT IF VIEW J Some uien who are clamoring for purity in public life ought to nemem old adage People1 in houses should hot throw All join hands and boost Leth you If rowing notice Lethbritlge Lethbridge will be the industrial railway and centre o Southern You can count on preatefit winter vjheat tht world has Lethbridge as its hub All parties should join in givin RonUm a good reception in Let He is a leader of a groat po liticai party and is an able and clea should not be honor cannot be to men with whom we ma differ on principles but who w must admit to do wha they consider best in countrys i No wooder Edmonton boasts of a big1 iucrmse in when one family is increased by four in a D Elton is of the Al Press The Asso ciation did well to choose one who is such r a clever eloquent good new president is a firm believer in plurality of Several years he took over tho Alberta Star at a few months ngo he started the Magrath Pioneer and a few days ago he acquired the mond Some day hell no Stirling on the and start thene and keep nil Both the association atul the president are to be congratulated on the choice The storm sobadafter just one of the little things to re mind us tbixt Heaven isnt inAlberta Tne spirit of optimism The has not heard one farm er who has not accepted the reverse philosophically and who is not hope ful of saving his Cornelius says an has purchased a cushion tired He has evidently found the politieaJroad hard to travel on theold style mixed rain to be greater agricultural cen rxs than Lethbridge or and o devoted his letters to the agricul urul greatness of these former dis riccs to the exclusion of the While in this city the wield r of superlaitiveti he lad no adjectives left that could des crilx1 the magnificunoe of the bridge crops as he had Perhaps that is why he left them But to make matters worse from the standpoint of this the Department of the Interioi was work ed by this metropolisdodging jour to use his articles for a gov ernment And behold there wars a twentyfour pagu pamphlet on 1007 Winter Wheat in Southern Al beru without any jnention whatever of Of course the Department did not intentionally put the slight ou this district but it exercise great er care in the choico of writers and materials in the making up of its im migration Tlie daily papers of Calgary are having a lively scrap over their re merits as newspapers ad vertising To an outsider the most notable feature of con troversy is the inconsistency of the whole For instance tho Daily Xews in its editorial Snap has this littlc stab at the Daily Herald to our esteemed even ing contemporary the shears is ahead of paying telegraph In another column of is it has the following taken word for word from the Lethbridge Herald of last Notice the and date of tlie supposed telegraphic dis AVERAGED 58 BUSFIELS Iriteresfeg Budget from Edmonton has been a peculiar Winter in the northern part of was sodftrjiitf ahnt it until in most unprecelenul Then the months of July nnd usually a givut ripening wereunusual on recount of md too frequent rainy Under such exceptional condj tions the crops hud a vory hard time to fact many of them did not and tho early frosts nipped them and the farmer has lijut the weather has becii topsy turvy all over the Down in Ontario there is only half a due to Conditions in that province are exphxineil by these interviews published in a re vent issue of the Toronto News Charles of Catherines said half n crop is all we shall Hunter of in iv different part of he country altoge ther from said Some farmers have cut thoir grain with the mower because the would not gather R from across the border system owned and operated by slu province for the lxixiit of Gushing states thai miles of trunk line will be completed before winter sets Probably not this but certainly next Cole nuin inthe Crows Xcst will be able to carry ou toUplionic communication vrHli Lloyd minis lor in the In a few years it is expected Saskntclw WMU will possess a govornmont sys is ahvaily construct ing its When the prairie provinces have their government u4 Iphnhe systems in operation people in Alberta will Ui able to secure niHtion with for it is cer tain that the trio of provinces will together to give the western na unexcelled Jong distance It must be forgot ten that government of telephones in the west was iiuiugurat ed by the Liborur Government of Al government has faced a iKvf coal lumber corporations and railroad cor as well as tho tfroat tel ophOiK octopuswithout the least fear tluy knew they had ahoy j wa clover find delightful violin playing have made to a considerublo Tlic Giassy Lako quarttti has and hopes to tfive someof tho mnsUCr pieces dur j the The soprano will be sustuirivxl by Miss Miss Llewelyn English Miss Die gang have enlivened considerably during the past few During their stay the de mand on the local supply of tobacco waslarge enough to gladden the liourt of any tobacco king anil bring dismay to friends of the antito bacco The school ojxMvd at beppitmhig of the month under the control of Miss This young lady hails from Manitoba and already is winning opinions from schol ars and friends Tlic average aitendaiice so far has been 20 but wlwn things are settled down after 5t is exjxcted this average will be Driggs liavo theii large new stoie under The cer pie of Alberta at their A gov ernmentthatturns ihi fold shoulder to corporations is a rarity on this continent and the people regard Llewelyn assisted by Driggs tlrew less of politics should make a the stone and those who seoi lar has Iwen being some 60 by and SOIKI of sot id masonry The genial tell us of a drought m some sections flooded lands in and frost in the Altertn farmer can be cheered by the gloomy news from other parts of his is a case where gloomy news may He cnn still say Albor a is good enough for tt is evident that no other spot on the western hemisphere is any must have our little ups and downs when the knocker and grumbler is and forgotten this irovince will be raising the banner grain of the If we had ideal conditions every year we viwld grow of farm ers around Magrath have evidently decided to make their Land years ago yielded about four to the acre because of poor cultiva is this year yielding from to sixty bushels to the acrti of 1 And there are some other farms that are re puted even Wyman pur chased a section from the Kerr with the crop on it this springfor per acre and his this crop will pay for Real farming f the public Iuthorfon and his col estimated land The speaking on the subject gives its Ltthbridge contemporary of samename cre dit fur the in the following par agraphs taken from its leading edi Herald mentions the who pur chased a section of land last spring with the crop on it for an acrx and it is estimated that the crop pay for the land this In what part of theworld but Alber ta is this possible Land in the Magrath and other dLstricts of Southern Alberta which yielded poor crops fouryears ago on account of poor cultivation is now under good farming yielding from thirty to sixtybushelsto the acre of Alberta When Admiral Dan trains his guns on the enemy he should be cautious about the careless and would be without people at nil than a popuhi of careless Nothing makes a strong vigorous like a few This season to teach the los son that a man is a fool to fann any and depctul solely upon grains his The mixed farmeris on top of heap and is entitled to his place because he knew enough not to depend upon one thing for his He was ready for If the frost nipped his grairitie had his his his hogs and his poultry to fall back is the wise way to GRASSEY Owing to the biivnuous life of the past summer in this district occas ioned by thetremendous of de velopment your correspondents sil ence must not taken to mean nothing doing down this Too much has been doing to find the nec essary time last few days have given au opportunity of letting the know what is go ing on in Grassy Graspy Lake townsite has been sur veyed and is now on tin bcvn sold already and negotiations are oti concerningthesale of a beroi No wonder Sal Quile immlxH vajro is wenrini come indications of tho past two weeks inhabitants of this burg are claiming title to a cnttht shipping A few wcoks ngt 18 cars were shippel east and this wevk another cars the store alreadytestify to his abil ity to do things now night has arrivcc and Galger is able to have his flvcnings The trafllc this point has boon so excessive that noc essity comjxlled the to their much esteemed agent some re Three or four miles north of towi is a hill of sand and enquiries have proven that it is suitable for the ma mifncture of dy want to start a bottle factory Xows Weve got th coal oi the Iwst lots have i he smile that wont K Steel Range Fresh air is introduced into the Kootenay oven thrdugrh a series of vents at the bottom of the oven and the cooking fumes carried out througrh another series of vents at the back of the Arrows in illustration show method of air oven IB always kept The natural flavor o f e v e r y article i B completely Everything tastes most FREE Booklet c on request HAMILTON The birth crop in Edmonton is real There record of four children to one birth last A wellknown physician was the The Department of Public Works is advertising for tenders for con struction court house at It is said that leader Borden in entts his party byj choosing men like Liniment Liitcd Senators and of the House of Commons from the east have been touring the west this year to get acquainted with condi It is a pity tluut more of them do not travel this If they did the west would fare letter in Amongst those who have here were Su speaker of the House of Senator Mount Senator Valentine Adam and Several of the smaller have been mak ing shipments Pat Burns have put in a set oflargo scales for shipments and the have mado a number of improvements in the stock yards which will considerably facilitate the of Gras sy Ijjtkf the has now survey ed their station and two iew The steel for these sidings is now up near the track ready for being When Mounlcc have arrived Warrior to oc cupy new land seekers arrivedat Hotel Warnor on LeHingxvoli will spend A month visiting friends and relations in Minnesota and Tho a ik1 lightful At Home Friday even ing in their coy Miss lioclier ings friends took advantage of Che occasion 10 present with marriage Edith Bertha and Steckle hfis been arranged to take place at early in Uc andiPremier McBride for lea ve cutthat gpeat statesman leader Robertson of Alberta Clarks liters in Toronto Saturday Night about Western Can ada are far and away the best that in He raupht the western spirit and breath ed it in every iine he He has dished up raoni common sense in his travel writings than any other journalist know Come again We can afford to have from optimists like your Barkers recent contributions to the Kdmonton Saturday News make good They tell about th ft early days in Alberta and are in a bright breezy Editor of the did a good service to Alberta when ho per suaded Barker to pen these ar They are worth compiling in book I had myhand and wrist bitten and badly mangled by a vicious I suf fered grefitly for several days and the tooth cuts to heal until your agent gave me a bottle of MIE ARDS which I began The efTeot was magical in five hours the pnin had and in two weeks the wounds had complete ly healed and my hand and nrmwcrc as well as Yours Carriage Special Harvest Services men should read the clipping from the Winnipeif egram in Luh bridge has had more of falce advertiwing its cin1 the article mentioned ur ttn on to a Next Sunday Special f Harvest Thanksgiving Services will be at 11 and and will be followed by a held under tho auspices of on Monday evening at 8 The of the wiy conduct the His Millinery jjs the trials of a wnrrUvl The movement o have re their n tniaa a decided impetus fn The storm brought sarjpruning of Some had to be pruoJ ta ther close to Some lime ago that enterprising journal the Edmonton Bulletin sent a supposftd journalist into t his dis trict to write our phenomenal to any other place This bril liant quill in the keeiincss of his judged the High Tli subjvct will be Thneshing and his evening subject Sowing and Reap In the forenoon the pastorwill flart to see all the young folks pre sent and in evening tho will bespecially for young The young ptopic of the Tabernacle arc decorating the auditorium and the choir is practicing special music for tho A splendid programme is being arranged for Monday even The Provincial Governments pros ecution of the lumber dealers even the praise of the Calgary Tier The it must be admitt ed has treated the government for the wise men in charge of the ad ministration of Albertas affairs not given the Calgary paper an op portunity to The Herald says Rumors have been circulated that the investigation of the alleged lum combine by the Alberta Govern ment is not and will not be prosecuted to a definite the case is subjudice it be improper to comment on evidence or on the method in which the case is being At the time it may be sairl that had the Alberta government not de sired to umtertake a prosecution in this case it been compar atively cosy for it to vadi the issue byinsisting on oj coop eration by the government of British Columbia btforo an adequate investi gation could be Tho lum ber case is evidently mixed in ln Iwoen the supply housos and the re these are completed this town will have and i which Ijear comparison withany along this Since tlie toynsite has boon placed on the market speculat mid business men have been hives turatinu prospects down this way of clay have been exam ined by makers and pronounced first So all that remains be done now is to get ve nEcessnry to strriU iviis iness eirty in the The outfits on fire giinrds have made Life isuncertainami sudden deaths Make your will and appoint this Company as your Executor and you will have an experienced executor as veil as security for the carrying out of every clause of your THE TRUSTS AND GUARANTEE Head Toronto Capital and Public Administrator for Lethbriclge Judicial AdvisoryBoard 1or Turner William 711 First Street West Alexander Corner A good time b e erybody wilt be mnd lail from there would a political have been a color of excuse in the above The of the government is pkxlgwl in the bonafuies of the in cent re mid a 1 realty FitxgeraVJ has beon remwing the friendships of for mer when as a broncho ho to pay calis on his fricni Our Grassy Lake Mr Job Llewelyn i ago erect ed one of the largest along river for rising and hard i work Lake will back against corners any has now the rcstjtur nnt going in full already has Riven much to some of the providers of meals and teds whow risotircee have beejx tiuced to the ut most to accommodate the numlcrs who havo going and coming through here all A numlvar of American capitalists tho coal rights on one ofthft prospects near These rights crjver some acres and alrenrly irwn have boen in vesiignting the prosjwcus for immed iate shipment nnd nlso exp the necessary plnrt would has boon for the wants of the neighborhood all summer thailocators of homes or Industries need not fear the fuel ques for the of Inspector and of Bridge Construction for Nova says A bottle of Jfinards Liniment curol me of a verv severe sprain of my caused by a fall while ing a bridge at Dohcrty Cum bcrlnnr and The Herald believes that the investigation will thor ough and Should ii result in avindication of those charged with conspiracy in rcntrainrt of trade it will become such a verdict is in accordance with the exilence produced ond not from any lack of on the part of the AttomeyCJencrnl to reach bottom of the farmers and Schmidt have left for the south to take in tlw threshing season until Tlw Honorably to use a timeworn and slangy oxpross ion is saying nothing but sawing Government telephone1 linos nn construction the yet few people ar pro hably awarx of the By next Canadian author of boys stories is year Alberta willbe almost entirely Thoso gentleman arc the ones to makt a district go they have brokon uj a considerable tract of land and counting on big crop next When through thresh j south Efl bring his throshing machine to CVassy tvckons that it a ri ent in this Tlio mine which is on Uw town sito has Ixwn looked over Ivy a number of interested btit School held in the oflic formerly agent Kerr The con tract for a school house has to Frank who exacts to work atu Barrows entertain ed anumbar of Warner people this The heavy snow stopped oper ations on the new general store to occupied by Ijefiingwell gnvo a linen sliow er for Miss Edith The tins recipient of pieces of linen which will make a valuable addition linen The color scheme of the tea table was pink The whole affair was thoroughly enjoy been made happy by thebirth of a son and afjent the Kerr went to Lethbridge on for a few days this Church and Sabbath school will the residence of Frank Smith We regret that tha now will IM compel ed to leave us the end of Scptom hcrtoreturn to Ason was born to and Will Ostby gone Da kota to oporate his threshing mach ine for the and the Blisses i i of spent fuw days last Georce Snnpp has just roturnerl from a visit to his home Murray returnedfrom he hassecured a will establish n first class new station house has at become Tcnny hns hist returned from A rather unique entertainment for the bride Moell ering was given by on Friday It consisted of a Th guest of the literally show ered with the latestkitchen labor saving while some of tho lu dicrous brought forth shouts of merritnont he com I I t Nat to tto eouiMUor pttl Ul In What paperj dc you read i Let us suggest the satisfying conij na tion of a first class metropolitan daily and a well uptodate local weekly such as THE WINNIPEG DAILY FREE PRESS Minards Liniment LETHBRIDGE HE1ALD We will send you the above two excellent papers on a three months trial order for and prepay the postage on A nominal just to get you started youwill we are having once read be content todo without To take advantage of this offer you be a resi dent of The following form filled out and forwarded to the Herald will re ceive grateful acknowledgment and prompt Mall the Wlnnl pef Dally Frw PTCM and UM Let h bridge for for which I Name A4d I things theiho kept quiet regarding Ttw coal is of first Oxley the wellknown connected by the lines of a telephone However class quality should command a good Since the piano has Soft town the music loving public nrc somewhat Miss Joslyns 1 used Minards Liniment on my vessol and in my fa mily for nnd for the everyday ills and accidents in life 1 consider it has no not shirt on ayoyage with oat H if it cost a dollarva IX LINTMKXT CURED ;