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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 27, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta r Something Special in Town Lots This Week Have You Anything to Sell We Can Do Your Business mr. finlay agreed To Rectify Errtrs In the Crop Report. Recent sabbath observance Come and Employees of the Brewery, Electric Light and Iron - Works We have a Snap that is bound to appeal to you LANDSEEKERS We have Terms. Everything you Get our List. can desire on the Easiest of See what we have to offer It costs you nothing and may save you dollars. Tiro �|X'cift) meeting* of tho Hoard of Trade were held hint week. Tho objectionable crop report caused both of Ihein. On Thursdny lion. W. T. Kinluy, who was at 0>�> Mngruth fnir, wired that, ho would bo glad Id Meet � ht> Hoard nnd listen to their mm -plaints. A meeting was called for that ov bushels. Hurley- I .ooo acres probable rro| Jm.ikmi bushels. (�'lax-loo acivH probable crop, .V-ihi bushels. We believe these figures to lie l.e lov the actual yield. The iliinnl of Trade has uskod us ! to give those figures to you with the 'request that you secure the printing j of a supplementary bulletin by the I Department of Agrlmlluiv anil ha v. IIii-iii distribute it as widely and i>> the direct inns us the ilicnrii'cl bll1-lct i 11. Yours truly. (Sgd.) T. -M. T. K. V. II. I'or KVAXtf. I'ATTKSOX, HAHXKS, tho Commit tee. I CLAUDE E. D. LOWE REAL ESTATE AND GENERAL AGENT Offices, Conybeare Block Our \\ e la Early Morning There's no poking, raking, rekindling and re-filling the range and then waiting for the kettle tc toil with a  Buck's ��Happy Thought" Ronde Juit turn on tha drafts and in a few minutes you have a fine "toasting" fire for breakfast. Then, after breakfast, empty the ashes with a single turn of the grate, put on coal, adjust the dampers and your fire is ready for the day's work. The "Happy Thought" Range doesn't "get out of bed on the wrong side." It's cheerful, bright, and willing in the morning. Tt�� Witllum Uiic'i Dtovd Cu., Uuilt.U llritnt.'onl Wuulinul Wlnolpa* For Sale by G. L. VrOOH\ai\ Lethbridgc Alberta Dominion Exhibition CHOI'S AltOI Ml C1.AIIKSIIOI.M. Splendid Iteturns tor Farmers m That District. (Clare-holm Uoview .) harvest is print icullj over and are now able to fully verify the %'iiciair.iging estimates hitherto male Hiiin this mllce-threshing has be-n |>i|>heil In the limit all ui-ek us . lie eallur has Pocii favorable. Our el and til.....w U per acre. Itu.v Diiscull. !17 bushels tier aer. Win. MolTntt. t'.O acres, .'!.*� bushels per acre. T C Milnes. 200 acres, an bush-1 els per acre. Mr. Millies ut'ai threshed I'O acres of oats wbica \ i. bl-il 7"i�hels per acre We me iiii'urmcd that ti yield id '.it lmsliels' ii.-r acre of Xo. 1 hard wheat has liecii thresiled in our �� iuily but we have not been able to ascertain pari iruhirs. The faclK prove that all estimates have been exceeded ami that Claies-holin will hold the haimer as a \. I wheal producing district .--o---- M WIT VCTTItKlfS KKCItKTK. hack I'ltOM THK I'. a ST. Dr. Oalhrailh 1'inds IVople Know More \ln.hi die West Than They ( sod to. Dr. tSallirailh accompanied by Mis (iallir.'iith and liimily, returned from the Kasl mi Saturday night. In conversation w'.lh the Herald, he -aid the weather in the lias I had Iv.mi warm, lie had attended the llritisli M'slical Ciuivenlion at '�elroil. lie was inn. Il imm'cSsod with the spread of knowledge about the west, especially in the American cities. People there well' quite familial' wiih Alberta, ilif richness of its land and the woiideriul development that Was taking place. People knew u here l.ei Ida-iilfje was now , a sl.ii lueiit i hai i oul.I nut have been Iliad.' ,i fi-vv vears an" LETHBRIDGE TO * HALIFAX �& RETURN SINGLE! FARE FOR TICKETS GOOD UNTIL OCTOBER Mth For dotnilotl iufortnittioii. rates, t>U-., call on or udtlrraB Ii: MACBETH, Awat, Lothhriil-o. Secretar.v Harnes tif the Hoard of Trade received until from the Mm-ui'ael iirer's ev>n'>ion. that il coul.l-u'l strike Lethbridgt> (Ids time. The message read: "Your telegram .vesterd.iy. As social ion iiieinbers with pleasu u the visit in your town three yens ago and regret the impossibility of changing itiuernr.v . We ap|ireciute your invitation and same will liiiili'ji�iie�>. In Ui> stugi- chillies. ' lliinligan ' has a bi'iiad e\pansiM' smile that is ,i-good us a ''' bts'll boilisl down into a three iiour entertainment. Vtt ll'ere are claims made for Houlihan" this tune that are sKinewhal U-yond the average musical faic' comedy. "Hooligan" is on earth for pleasure, and nothing vulgar is allowed lo creep into ais talk or mannerisms lie is nut hUe the average lram|t?uf the averige "tramp" comedv. he ran sing ami dance, and he can find trouble always waiting hhii, but when he laughs it oft it .is only to plunge into fresh difliciulics fur the enjoyment of tho audience. The plot contains many skillfu.'* contrivtsl situations anil uproario is ly funny complications. The com pan.V Parries a band and orchestra, and there will be a Hooligan H.i parade a( noon. "HOOUfiAXS THOlHr.KS ' aid ho presentisl at the Opera House >m Friday evening. Septemlnor 28th. Mr. l-'inlay said that ho was sorr.v if through any error of the depart -moat the .\ leld of this district mid been made to appear less I bun it is. It might be thtit returns have heeu omitted from some disli'-cts. lie would go to Kdiilotitoii to ii vest i -gate the matter at once, and if he found this to he the case, he would issue an exliii to the Crop Hiiltelin, doing justice to this teiritory. They wanted to bo just and to do everything lliey could for every part of the Province. Mr. Xourso asked if the returns from each township could be sent to Kdmonlon through some one in 1 .el abridge so I hut I he Hoard of Trade could know whether any township was omit toil. Mr. I'iiilay ihouslil imt It would be a bad precisleiil. Mr. Xoiirse asked if tiny could be informed by the 1 .partment Itefoiv a bulletin was issued, what townships had sent returns. Mr. Kinlay thought that imprac -i ticable as il would cause delay. Mr. Xoiirse then inquired whether the Hoard could be given tlw� jinlile of the crop ciiri'espomlenl in e ivh .district, so that'they coultl sts� the report that e as sent iu. Mr 1'inlav thought that could be done. ' Mr. Pinlny took advanlago of the i meeting with the Hoard to explain ! tho policy of his Departtnont with | regard to creameries ami poultry fattening stations. Rome discussion on the estaliKsh -men I of u creamery ensued and it is probable that something will done. In response to Impiirv iioiu i I'resiilenl . SIv I'nil.i.t pi'iiinistil lo send the agent ol lie' D -partnieiit In confer with them mi the mailer On lunlinn ol Mr I'ess.ndeii sec oiidcd h\ Mr Harfonl a vote of llliiliks in Mr rudiiy wus pasisl iinaiiiiuoiisl \ \ si:tu\n \ii".i:iixo. (>n I'ridas a nitler attack on Mr Kinlay appearetl in the Calgur> ll-ir aid, in conned ion with the incur-icii reports which inspired Mr. I'm lu\ lo send the following lelegiua In i hi' local I loan I of Trade: Would the inemlH'i's of the Itoar 1 of Trade have any objection to re innliate tln> seiiliuients in leading dilicle iu the Calgary Herald. Sent. �_'ls(. h.v my conduct before your Hoard, reply l^lnioiitou. Sgd. W.T. I'inlay " After some discussion, the following resolution moved hy C. ti. K. Xoiirse, seconded by 10. A. Cuniiiiig-liam was adopted: "Mcoting of Jlxociilive of Hoard ol Trade today following resolul i.m passetl: That in view of Coveruiii'ii promise to send out mriii-i cop report for this district . this r.....� illitleo record ils entire salisia I.m with the evplitnal ion mad.- la i lie Minister of Agriculture regarding .n accurate ivpoi-l and regn-t person il attack by Calgary Herald." \ copy of Hie resolution tins .1 r ed Hon Mr l-'iiiluv Those present al I he meeting were Messrs. t'on.vlxMi'e. Kiwinan. Xoit �" Harford. Sinimons. H.v lands. Hani's. Cimin'iigliam. Rev. J. G. Shearer Addressed Mms Meetings on Sunday. llov. .1. (I, Shoaror, general secretary of the Lord's Day Alliance, and a clergyman who has gained a great deal of notoriety, through � is campaign mi behalf or the Sabbath Observance law recently passed at Ottawa, spent. Sunday in the city. In the afternoon he addressed it mass mooting of X-alvbath School scholars ami in tho evening he addrossod a nias:; meeting of the Mulhodist, Hup Mm. and Presbyterian congregations in Wesley church. The fdijlce was packed. Mr. Shearer is a lliient .in.I forceful speaker and his an passed for a day of rest. Sunday laws had been passed in Spain. Helgi mi, Switzerland and Argentine Republic mostly at the nspiost of the toilers. Kven the Kmperor of China was calling upon his people to observe the Sabbath a* a day of rest. Caa-ada's law, Mr. Shearer claims, was the best of all. The liberty ami general welfare ot the tolling musses wore alwiiys at stake i.a the discussion of the Christian Sabbath. At present IflO.OOO men were toiling on the Sablmth in Canada. The enemies of Sabbath Observ -aiice in Canada were infidelity, immorality, sordid greed and sordid selfishness. Mr. Shearer recounting his exper-j iences in lighting the battle for t'ae j ' Ijord's Day act before tho House | I ol. Commons said that any legisiat j � ive battle could be fought from out- \ .-ido the House. I .oilers from tin j slltueiits, the more Hie better, .11 ; variably inlliie^ce the meialiers. The ii'.l'.R. usod lo nearly own this country, but it doesn't any more. He knew that from ovporionce for be had (o fight this railroad as well as others ami though they used all their influence, tliej could not v in out. ; Why are men working in H. ('. j mines seven days a week. Decmine J, tho dollar wus. prized more than the lives of men. Hut thu CP.II. laid j off Its vessel the "Princess Victoria" once a week to give it a rest ami allowed it. to be repaired. Why** Wh>? Well, it was worth y'JU'iO.iXM) I and mustn't be lost. Hut men could 1 la* replaced with men and so they 'could be worked lo death if nor-s . , stiry. Mr. Shearer instanced two j ' Airencan railroads, the Chicago and | 1 Xorlhwestern and tile Chicago. Mil- ' aaiikee and St. Paul, that hud cut ' I oft all Sunday excursions and cut j {down freight tralllc. It 'must have; ThelargMtaiMl'Wt l*�*H^g . of one, two nnd Utrcc ycijlff^j..' old --, *�mi&fcfyity' Clyde and Shire .'Tv', Even? imported to Weitcrn Alberta, I sell them right ami guarantee them right in every particular.-- . ... *i"?:v *� i> 'i y J. R. HINSHAW LOCK BOX 223 High River, - Albert* Barnes & Co. RKAIi ESTATE and GENERAL AGENTS 0tfice�SecMj Fkwr SMibirJ Bk>(k Pest Office Box 3 Telephone No. 122 Wm. m CITY OF JJiTHMlOCE. . APT'MCATIOXS Kor the position of Awtlslunt 01 ty Constable for the City of l�thhrldgn will be rerelvctl up to 1 p.m. on Satr nrdny, 20th. Tentlinonlald must accompany application. II. (I. STKWAHT. Acting Secretnry-Tiviumiw WM. SHAW Pninler, Taper 1 Tanker, Decnrntor, agent for Kmplro Wnll Pnpcru, from .1c. n roll tip. Best of work utinrnn-leeil. ItcsMenro-Fli-Kt hoitw �n�k Court House, on nnrnBcM noad. of An entirely new nnd Up-to-Dnte Slock of Millinery beii�K displnyed nest door to tlu> Electric Li�ht Office W. H. SCOTT, Proprietor h, A. Scott, MasaueR 4fe paid them to do so or they would- || n't have done so. 1 At the close of the service an r.f I fering for the Alliance was tnl;en up. Il reached about $d.1. ! Mr Shearer left for Medicine Hat mi Monday iiuiiiiiiit; MAl'I.Kllli S MA VOlt WKMS Halifax. X. S . Sept l'.�. - The iiia.vni of Mac-Itpiaiuted. Mr. firmly is a delegute i to the Methodist conference in Mon-i ! ireal i IHVir.l. CIIAXliKS HANDS. (Naiitnn News.) On Saliirtla.V last the Hotel \ai^ ton chaiiKisI hands. Mr. M. W. V.c Kcii/ie of Wooilslock, Out., purcn is eil the hostelry. Mr. Mclxenzie is it hotel man of wide experience an ) i> well pleii�e