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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 19, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta h A J. ' - LiluM rife "h i  OF THE HERALD Opinions Shown by expanding circulation list. " The Best Read Paper in the West." Advertisers Opinions . Evidenced by the advertising columns of this and every other issue. The Most Effective Advertising Medium in the District." Contemporaries Opinions. . . Proved by the numerous quotations from it, credited and otherwise. "A Most Reliable and Enterprising Newspaper." Everybody' Opinion . . Shown by the continued interest in its columns, which contain matters of interest for everybody. Subscribe for The Herald, 4 - $1.50 year The Biggest, Brightest and Best Home-Set Weekly in Alberta. n J No Opposition Campaign Tim poll I knl rompniun for iwxi j year's election* is now In full blunt. .Hooting niv� being Mtl nil ovor tho country, nml the* pnlllH-nl nnwnpnp-prs linve o|h�wmI �tlwlr hcwp-Iiookk nml got out the cholro nmrwlH of scnmlnl which ore lo form the chief fin Intfen for the npcn-mmithc�my Ih nlwny* nt nn ntlvntittiKe. The �ins of the pnrly in power nno full of their first frosh odor, nnd, they niv� for the iihwi puin the I work of vermin who nttach them party. All uppoIntineutH hut those of r. nccaftxnrlly political nnture will lie filled on the HrHlsh compel ttlvc next i ^.V�tem.. This is nil good. These nre thlngH that the pnrty In power will htivo to do forthwith or show rmiM why ihey do not do thein.-Montreal Wl t new. ed w-fth three noble gentlemen vjfio \Verc not uvew �tn a third nhare in their fnthor-ln-lnw'fn millions when Mr, ThonwiH ('otitis should go the wnv of nuture, to wtfcteh for who ovtned went riding In the mb Kvoryoiio known the career of thn$ j V. SKCOXTl W1FI0 ACTttKSS. Home of Baroness Burdctt-Coutts for Sale Hut there Was n good denl of life Holly LoiIko. IllffhfftUo. the lifelong "jmminer'houMc" of the lute linroncHM Hurdelt-CouttH will be sold by auction on Oct. SMth next. 'VUvtv nre, innny Klstorienl nHsoclntionH ab-out- thlM lx�niitUul old place which Itidy, who Iwenme- tlw flArptte�rt Itai^, deii-CoutiH. tter noble r i. will not be soon forgotten. It wn| at Molly hod kg that nhn deviled many of her ofroajt Hchomo�. And I . tt ... . . . . , , . ,WUM npro- ror in�taneo, that Charlw In the old banker, and, InMead ofdy-..., t . , . j . . - . ' .1>lck^ns came frequently, when with iny conveniently nfter it he demise of .. - , . . . . , rt . le \ .i .i. x* iM0 "f wyrnnnjlhyanri know odir^ hin ftrs-t wife, he took unto himself , . rtH  . , 4 . . J . . , . denned lo clear out tho tHeveM- annther. with a ftlmrutar d �re�nrd of I . ^ ^, , ^ . ii i i. irookories at IHImnl Green, and what was then eoiwldered propriety. The lady, or, nn some poople did not ilk r7 ii? scriipl*1 to call her, "the baff^a^," was Harriet Mtdlon, 'the actrowswhose pink silk HtocMntf.h and -twInkUntf. shoes danced her Into the heart, �tf I tin* olderly millionaire. She mad-e him .stands in one o\ the finest, private* a true and faithftd wife, though two political parties to their i solves to own profit and to the party's un -doin^. Wo cannot condemn, say the party lenders, �V'thout evidence; fflve us evidence that can l>e netetl on of )>erHonnl ffidlt in any quarter. �n lauded ns a very similar instancy* of self-abnegation in one's country's cause. Yet, strange to say, it is assumed thnt to will Ik* taken by every reader as evidence of some-thing en-tirelv crooked in the conditions of �the pnrty thnt was thus served. It seems to lie token for granted that 4lie giver had personal expectations, and that the money was for wrong uses. Tho point most dwelt on wns that Mr. Graham had alleged that a letter had l>oen received from Mr. Ho if ten instructing thnt such moneys lte~not expended by public men, but by private |>ersons. who had the con-t faience of the party, and that in consequence one of the public men who hnd l�een receiving money hnd np -pointed a committer to represent {himself in the matter. Mr. Horden simply denk>s having written such a letter or knowing of nny such fund. This exhibition of unoxpnmpled pntr i riotism is Just treatod as one more of those things that aiv so crooked that oven a virtuous leader is not toi know of it. private parks still remaining In a i suburb, where a century ago many of the merchant princes of I.ondon made their homes. Holly Lodge was built by the famous banker, Thomas Coutis, that shrewd and respectable old gentle^ man, who kept in his office at the Strand money and the family seererls of half the Knglish |tceragc Knot* -mously wealthy as he became. he a- bulld her model dwellings. All the most notable people of the Vleiorinh Km. were familiar with the heau'U* ful volwt lawns, the. spreading taecft and cedar tt*oe�, the ro�e gordens and i hot-houses of Holly Lodge-Queen Victoria herself. I.Usraol'l, Gladstone, Peel. Livingstone, Moffat, Stanley, Oordou, Florence Nightingale, anrt many other heroes and heroines. of her stepdaughters "could not bide her After the death of the banker, who left hoi* all his property, she married the noble nonentity, the Duki? of St. I anywhere, pain in tho 'head, Albans. On her own death In, 1 HUT painful periods, Nourulgln, toothache phc iKMpioathed the wlude of her vast wealth to the old banker's favorite grand-daughter, Miss Angela Hurdett daughter of Sir Kratuis Hurdott a political firebrand and very good fel- did not marry any Ihe lltietl lad-j low. tos who were willing to put up with bis HiiufTy liabits and strict rule of life for the sako of his money-bags. His ftrwt wife was a domes-! ie-servnni and a very good soul, and here at Holly Lodge she bore him throe very A no daughters, who afterwards mat-' In the first year of Queen Victoria's reign Miss Htirdett, who at that time was rather like .lane Autton In np-pen ranee, and was twenty-three years of age, took possession of lloily Lodge and the inhabitants of the dis 4 riot used to stand out aide the gates all pains can l>o promptly stopped by it thoroughly safe little Pink Candy Tablet, known by Druggists where as Dr. Shoop'n Headache Tablets. Pain simply means congostion-* undue hlood pressure at the point where pain exists. Dr. Snoop's Head* ache Tablets quickly equalize thla unnutural blood pressure, nml pain Iminedfately departs, Write Dr.Shodfi Ha cine. Wis. and get a free trlfcl package, I^rge box !2oc, Sold by .1. 1). Hiiglnbothnm Co, Machinery for Sale We have for sale TWO COMPLKTK �2 HORSE-POWKR COMPOUND ENGINES and a complete TEX BOTTOM PLOW FOR EACH, tin* finest ftioam plowing outfit in Canada. See our work at MaSruth to provo this. Will sell one or lioih of theu outfits cheap* We have also a U x (X) NORTHWESTERN SEPARATOR, complete with blower, self, foinler, belts, etc., that we will sell with one of the outfits, also eight disks complete rigged to run with engine. We will sell one or both cheap. They can be north of Magrnth. Call at our office for further particulars, to at our farm, three miles We have one 50 horse-power large Touring Car AUTOMOBILE, tlayncs, and one Buick ^ that will be sold cheap for cash. Our lands are nearly all sold, which is our reason for selling. The O. W. KERR Company ADVERTISINGS srilKMKS. (Winnipeg1 Tvlognmi.) 1 a Ko down *illoKitiinut en hns I won mootod. Any scheme shnvihl GLENDOWER ALLEN Real Estate Farm Lands klf-n -Hint publishers Rfiinc fonrarlwl action to put' nilvort (sing schem- I of U.v ! action that would he welcomed Hero is th* trouhlo of 11; nohorty i J)|||lHshprs unfJ pll|j||c nl|ko. Mie^ in political disintoi^todnoss ! 0(w of {{w fftk,^ |f| enl to tho oloc -.tors ha Hod on tho wrongdoing of tho ' othor sldo. It is iinpossiblo, for in- Ktnnco for tho |>ro**ont Opposition to mako that ap|>cal without dwoll  ing on tho contrast between tho professions of tho Ijihprnls when in op-i position and their alleged perform -ancos when in powor. In so doing they discount their own promisor. Tho poople expect a party to hack -slide and when it dix>s so to find ready refuge in recriminations ag -oinst the accused party, and they foroMv inoi*ely a iv|wti-t'ion of this deinnrali/ing process and the pros - |khh of a fart hot* hardening of tho hearts of the people against all ap -peals to their Ivttor natuiv. A poli- Ilea! oattifmign Im^od on the cry of �lurn the rascals out has less ami K*ss ! fortv as the |H*nplo got nioro anmnotv iaccuslonud to accusations of rascal- 1 ! ity. The *)iily chance of winning the conscionoe of the peoplv must lio in giving them soin.� tangibh* hop** of soinMhing hofter than hriuglng a new ; and hungrier irmup of political hangars on, and possiWy more ctilossal soliemos than ever, within ivach of the public crib. The fact that tho party making the appeal In the his-torical party of privilege, and that it wns also the initiator of that mother of corrupting interests, tho ^prospective system, does not add to nts powor as a mere protestor ag -ainst coruptlon and promisor of letter things. who iv Mr. benevolent organization of other social institutUm. Tho business man who -Is HoMcHed to '4take a card" in some publication, Itecause ho Is himself a member of somo organization, or because his customers are, knows perfectly well that so far as public -j Ity goes, ho is going derive littlo \ or no U'netrt Yet he frequently submits to this kind (if pressure. Another device is tit offer to some big transportation, or financial, or tradfng corporation, a oertaJn amount of descriptive mutter free of charge, for the privilege of publish -ing under its auspices. These aiv comparatively innocent beside thu blackguardism of threat - 1 cuing Injury to a man's business if he doe* not advertise. Of course no atroimge which at present makes it the member's principal duty to provide places for all who have done anything for the party in the fight, ami for all who without mich provision threaten to support the other arc other media of value, but these are tho most valuable. And theiv is another consideration. Cities ami towns ace judged by the general appearance of their newspa|k�rs, bytheir advertisiim columns as uel.l as the rest of them. Very few newspapers can t�e accused of restricting their development Ixduw the limit of their advertising business. The tendency is wholly the oilier way. So that all; these advertising grafts which dim - the fund available for legitf-advertising, not merely fail to the purpose of the advertiser, injure the general publicity campaign of the city in which hi* does business. Something might he done by nn association of publishers but more could bo accomplished by a st'ifier attitude on the part of the long suffering business num. His business will not be injured by his refusing to be hold up, nor will it bo advanced by his submitting. i inish mate ser\ e but LIFE IS WORTH LIVING AT FRUITVALE In the Southernmost and Warmest Valley in the WEST KOOTENAY, B. C. District; fine climate, warm winters, cool summer nights. Abundance of puru water, ample material on each tract for fences, buildings and fuel. Soil deep fruit loam with clay sub-soil, Level and free from rock. $500 to $1,000 per acre profit annually growing fruit aud market gardening. A community-not a wilderness. School, post*office, general store started, churches next. Every tract within half mile of main line of railroad and all within two miles of station, fronting on wagon roads cut out on the ground. 40 miles from Nelson. Fruitvale is settling up fast with good people who will make good neighbors. YOr (AN START WITH $10 but yon must act tiuickly in order to secure one of our 10 acre orchard homes on the $10 down and $10 a month plan. Let us send you plan of sub-division, maps, photographs aud the names of some one in your vicinity who has seen Fruitvale and pur-chased land. W-E IIAM)U; NO LANDS ON COMMISSION and are'not in the general real estate business but we own nearly one fifth of the good fruit land in the Kootenay district which we purchased several years ago when we had the pick of it nil ; consequently we own the best lauds, which we can sell cheaper and on Mtcr terms than others. The enormous success of ojur Fruitvale subdivision has prompted us to put on the market wholesale 11LOCKS OF 150 TO �,00(l ACRES f > suitable for subdivision in order to give outside tirmsand individuals an opportunity to interest themselves in the d i strict-These lands are on direct lines of transportation. Wp have absolute title, and you save commission when buying from us. Prices and terms will surprise you. Full information, descriptions, maps, etc., on application in porsou or by lotter. �k � MM 1 " F KOOTENAY ORCHARD ASSOCIATION Ward St., NoIboh, B.C. :'�i i- .L /; V--! - K 1 * "Hi -r *i . -At f H 4 ^ 7 f " ^ - ^ I* J 1 p- - * '--it L H fa fft ;