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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 19, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta m .GTHBRIDGB HERALD PMNTING C0,1T0. |" �: - D. AUSTIN, MHw ail MiMgtr. W. JOtDAN, Saft. tl M OtHrtMit. saBSCRIPTION: .,"', In Advano*  .S1.60  year Otharwiaa $2.00 a year ADVERTISINO; Par Month  Si .00 Par Inch OUR POINT IF VIEW Some men who arc clamoring for purity in public life ought to renumber the old adage "TVoplp in gloss hou�es should not throw stones." 'All join bridge. hands unci boost- Lrth- Don't you growing fast. notice lirthuridge is tjethbridgc will be the industrial, railway and agricultural centre of Southern Alberta. You can count on that. Th� greatest winter wheat district in thu world has Lothbridge as its hub All parties should Join in giving Mr. Ronton a good reception in Loth bridge. Hp in a leader of a great po lltical party and is an able and clean statesman. Politics, should not be so narrow, that honor cannot be paid to men with whom we may differ on principles but who we must admit are striving to do what they consider best in the country's in tereat. No wonder Edmonton boasts of a big Increase in population when one family is increased by four in a day D. H. Elton Is president of the Al btrta Press Association. The Aaso elation did well to choose one who is such a clever writer, eloquent speaker, and.general good fellow. The new president is a firm believer in -n most unprecedented thing. Then the months of .lime, July and August, usually a great ripening period, were unusttnl on r.-count of their coolness and too frequent rainy MpeMs. l.'mler such exceptional cotidi tlons the crops had n very hard tituc to ripen-in fact many of ihem did not ri|wn and consequently the early frosts nipped them and the farmer has suffered. Itut the wentlier has been topsy turvy all over the land. Down in Ontario there Is only half a crop, due to drought. Conditions in that province are explained by these interviews published in a recent Issue of the Toronto News; Charles Newbold, of St. Catherines said about half n crop is all we shall have. W. II. Hunter of Orangevllle. in a different part of the country altogether from St. Catherines, said: Some system owned nnd operated by site province for the Ivnoflt of the people. .Mr. Cusltlng states that 500 miles of trunk line will tie completed before winter sets in. Probably not this year, but certainly next year. Coleman in the Crow's Nest will bp nblc to carry on telephonic coininiinii'iitiou �-Mli l.lnyilmlnister in the north. In a few years It is e\|Ho prairie provinces haw their government telephone systems in operation people in Alberta will lnrk together to give the western ivople an unexcelled long distance connection. It must not Iv forgotten that government ownership of telephones in the west was Inaugural ed by the Lllierol doveiniiient of Alberta-a government Hint has faced n lnvf monopoly-, cool corporations, limilvr corporations and railroad cor pornl ions, as well as the great telephone octopus without the least fear localise they knew they had they |v>o-ple of Alberta at their hack. A gnv- farmers have cut their grain with the j ,,|'ni",,nl '"'� � corporations is a rarity on this continent and the people ivgnrd-less of politics should make it n point to retain the service of such | good friem|s of the public interest ns  the clipping from the Winnipeg Telegram in another, column. Leui-bridge has had more than its s':nru of fake advertising ncnsnvss nnd the article mentioned exprjases r:8irig journal the Edmonton Bulletin sent a supposed journalist into this district to write our phenomenal (to any other place) crops. This brilliant quill driver, in tho keenness of his discernment. Judged the High River, Cloiesholm, Pincher, Cardston, "Magrath, Sept. 15.-The farmers around Magrath have evidently decided to make their farms do something. I^tnd that two years ago yielded about four bushels to the acre because of poor cultivation, is this year yielding from thirty to sixty bushels to the new of No. 1 Alberta Bed. And there are some other farms that an; re. puted even better. .Mr. Wyman pur chased a section from the (>. W Kerr Co.. with the crop on it this spring for $20 pur acre and it, �s estimated his crop will pay for the land this year. IUwl fanning pays The Heruld, spwiklng editorially on tho same subject gives its Lvthbrldgo contemporary of the same name ere dlt fur the news in the following par agrupbs taken from its leading edi torial:- "The Lethbridge Herald mentions the case of Mr. Wyman, who purchased a section of land last spring with the crop on it for $20 an acre ami it is estimated that the crop will pay for the land this year. In what part of the world but Alberta is this possible? "Ijind in the Magrath and other districts of Southern Alberta which yielded poor crops four years ago on account of poor cultivation is now under good farming yielding from thirty to sixty bushels' to the aero of Alberta Bed." When Admiral Don truins his guns on the enemy he should be cautious about the recoil. this Is a case where gloomy news \ muy cheer. He can still say "Alber-i ta is good enough for me" because j K is evident that no other spot on the western hemisphere is any hot ler.} We must have our little "ups and downs" but when the knocker and grumbler is buried and forgotten this province will be raising the banner grain of the world, if we had ideal conditions every year we v�iuld grow careless and Albertn would be hotter without people nt all thon a population of careless folks. Nothing make* a strong vigorous ivople like a few vicissitudes. GRASSEY LAKE. Owing to the strenuous life of the past summer in this district occasioned by the tremendous rush of development your correspondent's silence must not l�e taken to mean 'nothing doing" down this way. Too much has been titling to lind the necessary time but these lost few days have given an opportunity of letting the Herald readers know what is go-inn on in (iritsny Lake. tlrassy Luke townsite has l>ecn surveyed and is now on tins market, been sold already and negotiations clover nnd delightful violin playing have made amends to a considerable extent. The Grassy Lake qunrtoU has boon organised nnd holies to give some of thu musical, mastjerpleces dur ing the winter. Tho soprano will be sustained by Miss Llewelyn, alto, ,Mls.q I'lvippst; tenor, Mrs. Llewelyn; bass. Mr. ICnglish; conductor, Miss loslyti. The CP,II. gang have enlivened things considerably during the past few days. During their stay the demand on tho local supply of tobacco was large enough to gladden the heart of ony tobacco king and bring dismay to the friends of the utiU-to-bocco league. The school o|vned nt the beginning of the month under the control of Miss iloslyn. This young lady hails from Manitoba and already is winning golden opinions from scholars and friends alike. The average attendance so far has lieen 20 but when things are settled down after ( I harvest, it is e.\|>ected this average will lie doubled. j Chorry, Drlggs & Co. have their large new store under way. The celr i lar has Iwn finished, being some till i feet by 2rt, and some sii.x feet of sol-| id masonry up. The gonial .lohey! Llewelyn assisted by Mr. I biggs drew ! ,Vthe stone ami those who have seen tlie store already testify to his ability to do things well. The new night operator has arrived and Mr. Oalger is nble to have his evenings off. The truffle at, this point has been so excessive that necessity com|iellotl the CP.II. to give their much esteemed agent some relief. Tim* or four miles north of town is n hill of snnd and enquiries have proven that it is suitable for the manufacture of coarse glasses. Anybody want to start a bottle factory? Vow's the rhnncc. We've got the botenay V Steel Range ^/ Fresh air is introduced into the Kootenay oven through a series of vents at the bottom of the oven door, and the cooking fumes carried out through another series of vents at the back of the oven. (Arrows in illustration show method | f- of ventilation.) ^fThe air in the oven is always kept pure. The natural flavor of every article is completely retained. Everything tastes most delicious. FREE Booklet on request MCCLARY5 LONDON. TORONTO, MONTREAL, WINNWC0, VANCOUVER, ST. J0NN, HAMILTON coal too ; are oil concerning the sale of a num. This season ought,to tench the K-s- |M>I. ,, i,|()Cks \t, u,,,|cr inny Snl-son that u man is a fool to farm ; yui,,. , ,,im|*.|- ,,i the l>est lots have any place and de|iend solely upon . VJlRo is wearing tin- smile that won't grains for, his revenue. The mixed ,.,,,. ,in- farmor is on top of the bcup und is entitled to his place because he knew enough not to depend upon one thing j thinking of for his income, lie was ready for uny emergency. If the frost uiplied his grniu lie hod his cat.tle. his sheep, his hogs nnd his poultry to fall back upon. Thul is the wiso wuy lo farm The birth crop in Kdmonton is reul good. There was a record of tour children to one birth lusrt week. A Krom indications m' the pntvl two weeks inhabitants o( this burg are claiming the title to a "cattle shipping centre" A few weeks ago 1M ears were shipped east and this wiVk another '.'w wivks ago erect-i etl one of thf largest corrals along �the rlter lor Mr. M.msell. For early , rising and hard work Grassy Lake I will beck .loln.y against all comers' . anv oihls. | Mr. English has now the restaurant going in I'd I swing and a 1 ready-has given much rcljief to some of the providers of uieuhi and lx>ds whose resniiivee have Iwsen taxed to the utmost to accommodate the numliors who have Is'en going and coming through here nil summer. A number of American capitalists have secured ihe coul rights on one of the prospects near town. These rights cijver some U.Jioo acres nnd ulivady romjH�tensv' the necessary plant would be. Coal has bei-n iiiiia-d hell' for the immediate wants of the neighborhood nil summer so that locators of homes or industries iic'd not fear the fuel ques titin for the coming winter. Our Dakota fanners Messrs. Ell and Schmidt havo left for the south to take in thects lo begin work immediately. Mr. and Mrs. S. Harrows* entertain ed nnumher of Warner people this | week. The heavy snow has stopped o|>er- j ntions on the new general store to Iv | occupied by Mr. Soyce. | .Afrs. Ix>fllngwell gave n linen shower for Miss Edith Moellering The! prospective bride was the recipient of I mnitv handsome pieces of linen which ' will make a valuable addition to her | linen chest. The color scheme of thej tea table was pink and white. The \ whole nffuir was thoroughly enjoyable. Mr. anil Mrs. Christian .lensen have j lioi'n made hnppy by the birth of n son and heir. Mr. Ix'fllngwv'.l. agent for the Ken-Co. went to Ix'thbridgc on business, for a few days this week. Church nnd Snhhath school will l�> held at the residence of Mr. Frank Smith next Sunday. We regret that Mr. Harden, the Methodist student now olUci.iting hero, will lie compelled to leave us at the end of September to return to college. A son was born to Mr. anil Mrs Will Merchant. Chns. Ostby hns gone to North Hn-kotu to operate his threshing miicb-ne for the season. Mr. and Mrs. Lynd and the Misses Lynd spent Sunday with Mrs Ok thy. Mr. Egun, of Lcfflngwell & Egon. spent u few days ir. 1-ethbridge last wt�k. George Snnpp has just returned from a visit to his old home ir. Iowa. N. II. Murray has returned from Lethhridgo where he has secured a building where he will estohlish n first class restaurant, shortIsy. I Tho new station house has ul last become completed. Dr. Tunny has at last returned from Wisconsin. A rather unique tntertaliinienl for the "bride lo lie" Miss Edith Moell-onng was given by Mrs. M. Mnngin. on Friday afternoon. It consisted of a "kitchen' utensil shower." The guest of the day was literally showered with the latest kitchen labor saving devices, while some of tho ludicrous presents, brought forth shouts of merriment from fhe company . Sudden Deaths Life is uncertain antl sudden ilontlis frequently occur. Make your will and uppoint 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 will. THE TRUSTS AND GUARANTEE COMPANY, LTD. (Head Office, Toronto) Capital nnd Reserve, - $2,200,0(10.. Public Administrator for Lethbrulge .ludiciul District. Advisory Board for Alberta : D. W. Manh, Esq. P. Turner Bone, Esq., William Peurce, Esq. 711 First ytrest West (Alexander Corner) Calgary. A. (i. ROSS, Manager. 4 +�+�*+*������ " -N� �m mmm In taa MfilHir la sami �4t, ttasli*. nampl*, on*"-WradaU PhlUpa. Tfea pul-U la Minnrd's Liniment Co., Limited. Dentlemen,-I have used Minard's Liniment on my vessiil nnd In my family for years, and for the everyday ills and accidents in life leouseider it has no eqiml. 1 would not start on uvoyngu with out it If it cost a dollurvu bottle. ('apt. F. U. Desjurdin, Schr. "Htorke," St. Andre, Kaninuruskn. MINARD'S Q A HURT IX LINIMKNT COWS. Cl'RRD What papers 'do you read t Lei us suggest the satisfying combination of a first class metropolitan daily and a well edited, up-to-date local weekly such as THE WINNIPEG DAILY FREE PRESS - AND - LETHBRIDGE HESALD We will send you the above two excellent papers on a three months' trial order for 75c, and prepay the postage on both. A nominal price, just to get you started; you will not, we are satisfied, having once read them, be content to do without them. To take advantage of this offer you must, however, be a resident of Alberta. The following form filled out and forwarded to the Herald will receive grateful acknowledgment and prompt attention. Herald, L�thbrtdf�. Mall to und�ra!sn�d address th� Winnipeg- Dally Pi-m Praas and tha Lathbrlds* Harald, poataca Brapald, for thraa months, (or which 1 anclosa T(c. Nama ................................... j Addraaa.............................. t .mumimmmhmhhi ���� ;