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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 26, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta CO�LTD. st J* toftrlwtt. SUBSCRIPTION: 6*  ... 1.80 a year 1m 9.00  year district courts. enabling a more expeditious and inexpensive conduct of litigation, Or Is Mr, McCarthy metvly possess ed ot that Inborn Conservative idea that the administration of affairs must bo in the hands of his parly or the country will go to ruin.? Mr. McCarthy with his pretensions* as a statesman and a great friend of the people, might enlighten tne ell* icons of Albert a in regard to thin mutter. ADVERTISING: tenth - ti.00 Per Inch , tade�lrale Settlers. JpMrMl. L. Rorden, In his travels through Ontario, has been Mbelilng '�;;the immigration policy of the Liberal i'tovwrninent as the sourco through "which: Canada has been peopled with $~*n undesirable class of settlers, particularly Mentioning the Onlicians i�.and Doukhobors. Probably the east .'''em electora listened sorlously to the criticisms'of the Conservative leader i but the question the western man Is asking today is "Will he talk the "eut his attacks on the Oalicians and Doukhobors while in the west. He will then learn just, how much the people consider these two races "undesirable citizens." Tt Was Our Mistake. The Herald regrets that R did the Edmonton UullcUn and its special correspondent, John ltluc, an InJ'is tlcc in lust week's issue. Wo .onid The llulletin had given Lethbrldge the "go-by" in Hs articles on the crops in the south. This we find Is far from actual facts. Mr. Dluc gave crops in this district a splendid write up. Nothing better could be asked fur.- Not only did ho enthuse over our grains but he contributed a well written article on the wonderful mining development that is taking plare here. Mr. Hluc, we take it all back and express a thousand regrets for making you the butt of our criticism. Mm you .m your boil if you get lost or arc too tired to walk, wink at the pretty girls you see on the streets, take n chance at our city lots if you want to nntl have the price, but don't, blow out the gns. Rev. O, \V. Kerby, Methodist minister, Cnlgnry, made a call on the Pope while In Home and not a niur-mur In protest hns been heard from Dr. Sproulo, the Orange Tory lender, but when Sir Wilfrid l-atnlor pnid a visit to IIin Holiness tho Dr. w0nt into n rage, it's wumlortul how thu Tory politicians try to inflame the' religious prejudice* of the twopto. There will never be n milled Cnnndu as long as men of the lyi�' "f Sproulo have a leading place In tho counsels of the Conservative party. The C.P.R. ought to run an excursion to the Uorden feast at Calgary in order that the |ieonle might have an opportunity of seeing Its legal re proscntntfwes, Senator Loughowl and It. II. llennctt, who as Is well-known to Conservative leaders, throw their hats I" the nir when Mr. Rorden makes tho announcement that he wants to put tho O-P-H- Telegraph Company out ot business and operate a national system in.ttentl. Oh that will lie Joyful nev-s to llemuMt and Loughood-wt� don't think. Mr. Rorden must remcmlier that the |ieoplc know he Is sll'l nieil like Ijnurier olonneil the decks of his ship and the people may take more stock In his professions. Rcmchor erf unl- it is now Ho"1- *t��tli- On the snino afternoon the corner1 stones of n new- Y.M-C.A- and of the i offices of tho Calgary llrcwery wore! laid. Nothlnir like keopiiiK things even- The Herald would venture to sur-�est to the School IJonrd that the pupils of the higher standards of the school be (riven an ofiportunity to hear It. I.. Itordnii ne-vt WpdneNilny. The study of civics is very important to those budding into citizenship and enh better !*� studied from hearing the leading eilireiis of the nnllon than by studying musty histories. On Tuesday and Wednesday of Inst week about thirty delegates represent tug the various municipalities of At* bcrln assembled In Medicine lint to discuss municipal matters lu their third annual convention. The delegates representing Lethbrldge were Aid. Oliver, Aid. Cunningham, nnd City Knglncer Arnold. In opening the meeting Pres. Mich-oner, Kx-mnyor of Ileil Deer, remark ed that the association had a wide field Including many subjects that the capitalist and private corporation would rather have left untouch cd. Among other matters that lie ho|ied the convention would discuss, were the management of hospitals, tho honutring of industries nnd the sale of debentures, nnd he sag Rested that tho government guarantee municipal debentures. Mayor Cousins of Medicine Hat wot corned the ilelegates to the city In a characteristic speech, In which he made a striking comparison of the site of Canada nnd tin' I'nlteil States He salt! that If North America were divided and hinged at the lh par a I lei nnd if the Canadian half were turned over on the southern half, it would cover it. up. nnd moreover keep out of sight tlie tlnlf of Mexico all, of Central Americn. the West in ilia Islands and the Cnrrllwan Son. The ma tier of ufMlalloii with the Canadian I'nlon of Municipalities wus discussed fully iinil in view if Hie fact that the Canadian union nwvts in Medicine lint next year, it was decided to affiliate ut once so as to tni'renm> the interest of the municipalities all over Cunndit in the! eoiiunutittios of tho west. The dlfier-ot�t iiiiininlpnlitios volunteered to as-] Medieine lint In the entertainment of; slst Medicine Hat in the entertain j inent of the Canadian ('convention in It kim. The report of Hhe Committee on llesohniotm � reiterated some of the recommendations to iul. Ho did not. 'hovt>ver, favor cash bonuses or cont-petition amongst municipalities tor Industries. Councillor Fawcett, of Macleod. j brought up a poiut in this connection which he showed could not possibly affect any other municipality. Sudden Deaths Lite is uncertain and sudden deaths frequently occur. Make your will and appoint this Company as your Executor and you will have an experienced executor as well as security for the carrying out of every clause 61 your will. TIE TRUSTS AND GUARANTEE COMPANY. LTD. (Head Office, Toronto) Capital and Reserve, - 12,200,000. Public Administrator for Lethbrldge Judicial District. Advisory Board for. Alberta : D. W. Marsh, Esq. P. turner Bone, Esq., William Pearce. Esq. 711 First Street West (Alexander Corner) Calgary. A. O. ROSS, Manager. fence as Calgary, put up. (low, Skelth, Winkler, Scott, and llolwoti rained shots on live opposing goal but weiy unable to gel In t'uso enough. Vow?ll in goal pluyod a wonderful game nnd really saved the day tor bis team. A defence composed of such stalwarts as I'oweis, Hcynolds, Uunn nnd Mcl eo I, is strong enough to start up against any home but >lho locals were istunl to them with an ordinary goal Kiej.-er, hot Powell was not ordinary. The details of the game �lv,> trw pleasant memories. Sufficient to s.iy (that In the third quarter Harrison 1 made a shot that, struck .1 Im Stew-1 art's stick and Ktnttceil into the net, and Just before the bell rung closing the game- the Calgary fell,ows broke away and Mac Doilil scored, making the score'8-O. or 0-1 on tlie series. Calgary played a defence game and frequently eighteen men wore cjoso to thtflr goal. Tin? locals had the ball threcfourths of the time but could not put it in the right place It was a quent'on of Macleod offer- , ing th* C,IU�. an inducement tolo-j*"* ,0,ua .^IT , ?u. T, ^ rate their yards closer to town. He �amoltt* ^ B",H' , l., �/ . � eree McQueen nnd .Iinliro of 1'lny Stun thought if the legislature was given:. . , ,7 ., the right to take away the power of fwr conH,'k,rflMc honuslng. it made a nothimTout of ^. ^^^LhIT, tho municipality. *h"t thov v,e,v' ,nU' �n�l Mayor Mills argued that at present1 C****ty I*tbbrldge Mcljeod McDonald lltoss Queries for Mr. McCarthy. Xaitlaad S. McCastJrjr J^^r^r ' ~ "lnvlng the narrowness of his partisanship. Tho othar night in Calgary he resorted to tho ward politician style of criticising the Al-lierta government. He is not manty enough to snake a charge against the government but instead he i>etlillo^ mbout such, twaddle as "a globe trotting, trolley-dodging administration." Those are tha words umh! by a man considered by his friends us big enough to nil a seat in a Conservative cabinet, v Mr. McCarthy, Instead of sput terming out double-decked adjectives ', should tell the people what parttcu-. Jar act or acts of the Alberta government he considers prejudicial to their -' interests. Is it the telephone policy? Would he prefer to see this great modern convenience in the hands of a monopoly? Is It the prosecution of the lumber dealers? Were his ravings on behalf �f the people in the House of Com-mos merely fireworks and is he at - heart a friend of the lumber men ? Is he opposed to the policy of the " OepaHrnent ot Agriculture? Does ho think it was foolish for the govern-ment to establish creameries and pou) try fattening stations so that the farmer would be enabled to secure , better prices snd a ready market for the productions of his farm? Or does ho think that the engagement of a renowned dry farming export to -v enlighten the people on this partic-[-. ular side of agriculture was foolish?. Is it because the government pass *"'* ed a Mechanic's lieu law that pro-,j.l, tects the workingman and takes a little bus nois away from the legal ^profession that Mr. McCarthy is so f� full of';double-barrelled adjectives? %^fUf,hB opposotl' to the taxation ot ^l^osj^to'iasids and institutions for |he beueflt of education? V]^ he opposed to the focmatipn of W. A. I .owls, the Liberal candidate tor the local house in llrockville, Ont.. is a cousin of Lewis, Tory M. P. for West Huron and tho late Dr. Lewis, Tory M.P.P. for nuflerin. Ont The Lewis family politics got badly shaken up at some time in its family history. Fortunately the Drockvllle follow came out at the right place in tiio shuffle. Alberto towns may imagine they have other places beaten on the entertaining business but they want to rill themselves of that ideo. Tho newspaper men all say Ctanbrook, O. C, tho home of such princes as licit Donttio. Vic. Rollins, Tommy Roberts nnd Fred Simpson, carries tho palm. Mr. Borden may not get any supporters from jtrofAsMsVes^fi msxt par*. liamcnt-4Sj( ^ has takcnrKtu~good W'iJiT-out of the province and that Is toe Idea of government telephones. The Alberta government is tho only one In Canada that possesses a government telcpnone system. The Winni|ieg Tribune Publishes k-lve its serious attention to the inntr Ten Line Talks" with prominent ^r. nnd other ivople. Tlie other day :�. That In vknv of Renernl le�rlsln-tivere np|�>ntv�t the following |mrn- tlon governing munlcipnlities thai grsl'h: tlw Local tlovcrnment Krant a con- Mr. Mc\auRhtnn, Calgary-'Alber- fereiuv with your Kxecutive ConunK-ta seems to U. condition. \t |, true that we had 4. Tluit municl|uilities in nil cases snow In Lethbrldge hut tho report should receive thn fines Imposed by which I heard that wo had twelve! Justices of the IVaoo under Criniin-degrees of fr.mt is a Rro*s exagKera-1 ,V| r,,|,., ,n,| thwl ln CUHf!H oi in(rac. tlon. What frost vo had |msso That a commission should be np-this Mr. Me.N'uughton is but it does|nollUw, ,,y Uw provincial Oovcrn- know tbnt his knowledge of the storm in question Is very limited or eiso lie is a knocker. He does not know thut snow stnrtcil to fall in Colgory and north of it several hours before it started In Ls>thbridKe. lie docs not, know that severer tresis wem felt north of Calgary limn were ment to make a thorough oxnmina tion and re|>ort upon tho f|uestlon of municipal nssessmont and taxation �. Thut tlie Local Government bo reqiKwtwi to enact legislation requir- the whole trend in municipal.life was '1�** to secure s|�cinl charters to widen j p*^^. tho scope of power and that any re-1 . ' ' s uuest to the government to curtail' these prlvilsgds would be a distinctly vetragraile movement. The municipalities, could.Judge the merits otln-!"w"j* dustrles seekiOK concessions. la?* Mayor Mc Rachren, ot WeUskiwin.! *nocr8on .. . 1 Moir gave an excellent paper on gaa en-1 glncs. Other papers given were, the1 V|.PJ?011 Kvils of MunicipaUties Taking Stock' "*rr,"on In Speculative Ventures by Mayor CousCns of Medicine Hat. and on San itary 'KnKlneering, by It. II. Owens, the provincial sanitary sagineer. On Tuesdsy night the delegates were entertained by a trip up the river on the "City of Medicine Hat." which was a most enjoyable feature of the convention. Tho election of officers for the year resulted as follows: Hon. Pres.-Rx-Mayor Michener, of Red Sk*r. resident-Mayor Cousins, Medicine lint. Vleo-Prcs.-Mayor flriesbach, Edmonton. Hon. Sec.-Trcns.-Hon. John S. Hall, K.C.. Calgary. Executive C.gjaiB't'tee-Mayor Onctr. Hed- ^ T, Twayor Cameron, Calgary: goal point c. point defence centre homo A. L. Cook Doc Stewart ,1. Stcwar II. Cook McCorvIo Hlpley A. Scott McLcllsn Winkler Robson Skelth Row Dcilk of M. C. toy smbjsjbsssbj On Sunday morning M. K. ttoy. one of Lethbrldge'a most respected, old-timers passed nway after a prolonged illness nt 'the nge of fifty-four. The deceased'was born at St. Fs-prlt in the province of Quebec but while still u lad he went to the Went ern States Avhcre he lived until IS7S when ha started n grocery business in Fort Onrry now Winnipeg. Later lie established whnt is now McDonoiigh a Sheu's l�l� brewery. In lSHfl. he ^amc west to Ivcthhrldgc where he hns Ural over slnc� with 4he exee|i-t Ion Of a br'efv resilience 'in Macleod. While in Lethbrldge Mr. Roy conduct d n wholesale liquor business. The iloeensod leaves Iwhlnd n wld- -ow nnd a large family including live daughlCrs and four, sons. The dniigh Hers nil reside at home, two sons, Kdmond nnd A If roil in Seattle, while Angus and Adolphus are at home. Mr. Itoy was knbwn as a gentleman of strictest business honor, of unfailing courtesy nnd of quiet geniality. The funeral on Tuesday morning was very largely attended, St. Patrick's Church being unable to hold the large number who wished to pay a tribute ot respect. Alter Father Van Tighen had performed the impressive funeral riles, the remains ot o not her Let hhrUhrc pioneer were laid to rest. The pall-bcarers were L. M. Johnstone, It. V. Olbbons, M. V. Onl llv�n, II. Miron, F. Roonoy and O. Delay. outside inside Penalty timekeeper, D. I�. Dnrroch. Offlcinl timekeeper. W. .1. Nelson and K. A. Darker. C. P. McQueen, referee, Dr. Stanley, Judge of ploy. DIED DAVIS-In Ijcthbrldge. Alberta. Canada, on Sept. 17, 1007, Jane Maria Vandersluys, beloved wife of Win. Davls^ formerly of No. 33 Py-dar Street, Truro, Cornwall, England, in her 07th year. intn'ornted mjwirljK.^ within 1 Kachren. Wet.sklwin; Airman Oil- n three radius thereof, to be felt south ot that city. llo/M,lj,prov�l of by such municipality or Tho Aitierta papers that are boosting Mr. Bordon's government ownership plank, are too blooming narrow to give credit to tho Alberta govern- know that while tlie^^k^.Timd Cnhiary may bojt-^ro^thiril cioij", in the^s��>-;^n^coU|,try there is a rilipety |>er cent crop. a cltixen of Calgary to nainu I�thbrldgo us the only place suffering from the storm la a mat, that is as mean us it is unexpected and undeserved. Some people have a great idea of the use of a newspaper. Every day by tlie local Ooverument in council before being registered. 7. That the irrigation act be amended so as to prevent irrigation works Iteing carried on and construct cd through incorporated municipalities without tlie consent of the latter. 8- That the Alberta Government bo memorluUr-ed to provide proper and adequate facilities for the imprison ver, Lethbrldge and Councillor Orier, Macleod. 1 The convention in .1008 will be held at Edmonton. or so Inquiries aiv rccelvod from out- rocnt ,nf| reformation of juvenile of- side points askintf f�r '"formation for the socurinK of which lor local puople the pa|�r would receive rogu ment as the pioneer in this respect J 1(ir advertising rotes for nn advertisement inserted. Dul il 18 vory in tho entire Dominion. But tho grout muss of people are grateful and will not forget to coat their ballots for the Rutherford government wlwsn the opportunity offers. LvHhbridge has tho brightest future of any place in Alberta .today. Remember to toll every nlrungor that the banner grain yield in all Alberta this year vas In the Lethbrldge district. Tho Calgary Herald had a big hood ing on tho front page the oilier day "Fowler Insane" and immediately overy Liberal decided they knew tho particular Fowlor. Mr. Borden says ho will give tho lands buck to Uiu provinces of Alberta and Saskatchewan if ho Is returned to power. It might be woll if he asked Premier Roblin and Premier McBridn, who are to tour .with him, to express their vlevii on this matter. It is a present guess that they would decide that tho pi\>�jnt subsidies Riven tho western provinces is away ahead of tho l homo, coiraluer every owner of an automobile hero as your slave ior tho time bolug. Call on our Chest of Police to as- seldom that our friends in tho ills tonco oven send a postage stamp for a reply. There is no objection to tho office becoming nn 'oformation bureau for those to cull in for thoir information but those demanding the work of a secretary should communicate with tha advertising manager instead of the editor. He will quote tho rates by which tho desired information can bo secured. Army Harvest Festival. The Salvation Army are having thoir Harvest Festival services next Sunday. The barracks will be suitably decorated and special music will enliven tho services- rn Monday night there will lie a sale ot the harvest gathe?inKS. , Br. R. R. Ouyalt, M.A., D.tJ.L.. of Ponokn, who It will bo remembered was refused ordlnution by the Bap list authorities of Alberta because of his beliefs has resigned' the church nnd will study niodiclne. Thoio are sixiy-fo,,r prisoners the ponitontlary at Kdmonton. in Louis a. Buckley of Halifax has been appointed secretory of tlie Calgary v.M.C.a. On Saturday afternoon, Mrs. Cross wife ot the president of the company, laid the corner stone for tho now offices of th0 Calgary Browing nnd Malting Co. lender* and to provide a house of refuge for indigent aged persons or per sons suffering from incurable disease 0. That this ronveniion while appreciating the consideration given by tlie |v>purtineut of the Interior to the memorial presented in March last (11)07)- by this convention requestin amendments 10 the Irrigation Act so us to make it quite clear that no works cuuld lie curried on within tho limits of incorporated municipalities of cities, towns, and villages without tho consent of such , municipalities and under conditions proscribed, l>egs to renew suid memorial and prays that such legislation bo introduced before tho Dominion Parliament at tho coming session. This convention nlso desires to add that some legislation should be adapted to any irrigation works already constructed and which tutor como within tlw limits of a municipality organised later on." A most Interesting discussion followed the introduction of a resolution memorializing ' tho Government to prohibit the bonusing ot industries. The motion flnaUy was laid over. According to the report in tho Medicine Hs* Nows.-May-or Cameron of Daigary favored it stating that this would head off tho class of industries which ran from city to city seeing which would give the most. Mr. Fulmer, of Red -Door, reniindod fko mooting that a similar resolution had Isvn passed last year. Mayor Cousins instanced the ease of railways asking concessions which, if refused by all municipalities would result in favors being secured v^Hh-out those, bonuses having to tie paid. Ho referred to a case in which Calgary was forced into giving a bonus of fifty thousand dollars for railway Calgary Caplnred Ovampkmship Cup Last evening In the rotunda ot the Lethbrldge Hotel, Hon. Senator De-Veber president of the Alberta Ama-tour Lacrosse Association presented thn Legislature Cup, the trophy representing the lacrosse championship of Alberta to the Calgary team. In doing so. the president spoke briefly of the season's struggles and congratulated the winners on their triumph. To his remarks the Calgary fellows replied wHh three hearty cheers and a tiger. Calgary has the cup. They won it by twice, defeating the local team, after winning their own district, and there Is no team that Is more wot come to il since we cannot keep it ourselves. About twenty-five supporters came with'the tcam'tQ s#e them hold the lead gained in Calgary, not expecting any more than that. There were nearly one thousand people on the square who fully expected to see their pets overcome the lead and pull out triumphant. At 3.08 Referee C. P. McQueen of Calgary, and Judge of Play Dr. Stan ley ot High River started them oft. Calgary started oft with a rush but Stewart relieved to Winkler, who passed- to Gov to Skelth to "Winkler whoso shot hit the post: In another minute Winkler missed a hard chance. Calgary then worked in tho prettiest piece ot combination of the game, re suiting in a score by Mac Dodd in 4.00. That settled it. If Lsthbrldge had scored first, the cup would still bo in Lethbrldge -but they lost thoir nerve. During the rest of tho quarter the game was ragged, and in fact if was very seldom during fhe remainder of tlie gamo that there was any good la crossa. The .players' rough tactics kept the officials busy. The Lethbrldge boys pressed hard but lacked the accuracy and system necessary to draw out or ge through such a da- ' "Met erne n newssnter Is it. theatre, sne,"-WesstoU rhBnfe. T*e�f an la t What papers do you raad f Ltt ua suggest the aatisfyiag combination of a first class metropolitan daily and a wall edited, up-to-date local weekly such as THE WINNIPEG DAILY FREE PRESS - AND - " LETHBKIDOE HE1ALD 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. Hsrald, Ltthhrtdge. Mail to unOersiaiied seatsss the Winnipeg Dally ffrMtnH aaS the iMthbrldgs Herald, postage prepaid, fsr Shrss meathe, for which I enclose lie. Nams . adores*.. ffffffffffffffffffffff >WVkV*w'*vvv*�*�**V ;