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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 14, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta L ,Ai 'i-. V >rC-V, Vi-Avi4 A P L i 41 i 9 6 i V Clothmg you have unrestricted choice of ALL tlial ib new aud good and stylish, The most exact- ing man can easily be satisfied with such gener- ous assort men ts as Pr Suits; and Overcoats to fit all men, and suit all tastes. Look FOR LABEI, THAT PROTFCTR. 10fl McGU i RE: tho time- comes to hujrtor local piefcicntvs of (.He ,40- out-Quebec Ihe pei-.o'iml popu- larly and political elTeclnonvss of i Dr. JMund could not passed QntuiJo has plenty of trood nwtcniul i I he speech of Mi. (.luihno ou thy jbudget the othoj rlay, although it ,i contribution to the hvisiipss in I hand, was of m about the- htot fighting oi tho i 'irom the pailj point. Mr, In ike, of h {.homing tint- ju- litcial m Jih posltioi W. thnlrmau of commiuof. 3IY. ParJec i'ins upon UK' I louse o.t each of its MJHO he cam? hcio. Afr I Lcighton MoCttithi is another 01 LUu men who uie raking headway in the- Pacific. (.'oust delegation the roaipkiions inunlvrs arc ter. Duncan Hos.s aiul -Mr. Uttiimor, men 'of (I if fount, makeup, but both i.ll e iinpivd fui tho political battle rpquin-, as haul fighting m A itTTCH OMCft. by" the Western Horti Society 4 A- f -rvr" n Ontario delegation Mr men of "the fact that he has done not comf on as fast as it at great things for the to their seemed he might Hii-jtol does first Ihat about ex- rest, in ------Or- j e rtxrent that thej oVe much haustt. the list, except of course, lor c SDcech 1ol" their prosperity, dnectlj to W r political potency is Scene From The Play No Mother To A RAILWAY MAN'S STORY A Escaoa on a Foggy Night Near Quebec' deal of newspaper attention, and it also attracted, perhaps for that very reason, R great deal attention in the lobbies. There are those who say it sounded like a speech; but the major- ity incline strongly to the-view that it was to prepare the for an ear- judgment and increased influence, he of 01 the otheis, but who has is more capable.-of threat accomplish [So fat tl'os'cn to do most of his ment thun ever. All this in oulside.leav tng ;he cockpit for more the least detracting nom the respect times Joseph Bol.inpir, formerly a conductor on C F R nn a: 1st- hiijjenor to that I .1 .r i i tei publishecHu tho Toronto entertained for the high oft Mr. Oliver. The wants Mt Siiton as well us Afi Oliver; ana j that, of course, obliges the amateiu SEEDING IS GENERAL ly .return to the': Cabinet.' It xvas the makers to speculate vvheie sort'of speech that might be suscep- tible of either interpretation, so 'both have been placed upon; it. The advocacy of the'All-Red-Line and adoption of a friendly attitude to- wards civil service reform would havy both been impossible in an address iritendefl to be incrcly academical, :but ia advocating a quickened de- yclopmen-t of the trade or consular he trenched upon the prerog- ative of one minister, and in the plan he put forward relative to the Hudson's and the dis- position of the remainder of odd num. bered land sections he took a some- what different line adopt- ed last year by another minister. On top of this, and with the praise for his speech from the shoe must pinch if the west, which now has one Minister, is lo have two. There ore other men upon whom the House has ou the "Liber- al side. Almost eveij prOMnre has Bright Prospects for Farmers Through- .out Entire West Winnipeg, Vpnl seeding I: general throughout the piovince Thousand? of. immigrants horn the its sh'ni-e of thciif XOMV as United Statefe are in and always' is rich-tji talent Mi Mac-1 naanv of them have had largcf j r f donalci; of Pictou, and i__i K--I__ T...I___ r___ n.. I thi s thrilling which happened To him tune in 1S82 01 1SS3. ''I tla uighi express between Quebec- and Montreal, leav jug Quebec at 10 p in-r he states night tnjiMif broka down een -Quebc c aa perina'ncnt residence on farming und ovk ncd solely by Jam, not nan eighty (80) acres 'iii extent, in :hc vicinity of the homeatead, or >n a homestead entered for by him he T'cinity, Biich homesteader order how can ne expect our child ren take >-pnde mk ir school home. Is it any wonder that broken fences; unhinged gates air of" delapidation, so often character. -ize our- public grooruls? alty to the School -which s based oi local prided caiTy A white signal foi Halle's speci il" to Thipe Rivers. ''L spok'-> to Halle at Portnfeuf, and told him to bs cautiOlis ahead, "th''at I had -a freight pulling cind course I to brake "Jby Stc Vnne dct la Peradc.', 'I intojthe station to book my triin, and when i cmic out to signal to go j how if therf ihead, I found tint iny eugine was r- dcHaehed the tiaih. and" backing into the waterxfrom the link Then1 a fog that did lot pei ant one more than a length ahead At that instant I icard Halle'h Special coming doun last grade from Giondines. "Ijan as I couldTto ne'et that traini and try and'stop perform own residence dutiea by _> living with the father (or (4) The "vicinity" in the yreceedmg paragraphs U' defined meaning not more than'nine milea in s a direct exclusive of the width of road in sneasufement. (5) A homesteader intendinf to t> This 'duties in ac-J with the abovelwhile vith parents or on farming land by himself must notify (lie -J is nothing v to prp a "proper observance of Arbof must i suitable glace m" the grounds. Tlu children must not be expected tc respect and presene trees shrubs and flowers if these stand in the way of their games. Therefore., the ground enough to, afford a playground "quite apar" it the same time pulline detonation from that used for beaunfication for the district of guch intention. Six notice inf writing given to the Commissioner of tiinion Lands at Ottawa, of intention 1 o for patent. r W. W. Deputy of the Minister of the.. Interior. X publication of this ..advertisement' not be for. A SYNOPSIS OF COAL MINING REG. ULATIOHS, Coal mining rights of the Etoniiuion'f of Luncnbiirjj, are in the front of every fight, rum ill. who defeated Sir Charles Tuppcr in Cape Breton, is never far behind It jiUKj broken Judging from with Mr. -L H Senecal as inonagtr of it. This climatic conditions thp sea-! c s at least a month in advance i entleman m his car. lasl u'ar art iched to the .lear of my tram With touch and go uhethei Carroll, u l11 E of Ncvr Brurisuick, not enter the emu mous number of tho cabinet u-hcn Mr Pugslcy actual- ly did. 'J'ho meii most in view from Quebec rarx? Dr.- Poland and Gcr- vais. The nbilitj of Mr Genais in his profession is conceded, and when- ic acreage and vore tlje Hon j- Chapleau, than last yeru ourng to; the province of the Hon. J J. Ross, Mr comsng in Iu the sections' of of ton _flat cars loaded with ties, j cost becomes too great or for othei stopped the cowcatcher drawbai could i Reasons unavailable a'liourT J Renaud, Judge bed, ii J iccall that mght I must roll the province the newcomeis ex- j Mr L a few other over several tmifts before I cin go penenced hardblups a year ago, con-1 gentlenitnt whose names I have for- ditions tins are exacth the re- gotten. It neatly 2 am., v.hen verse. iiave been "coupled on to ifr. L A. SoneeaF'- private carv on these occasions that a railway man's hair turns white. Now, after only-five "yearSj uhpn in ray 4o sleep. an attend of an acre or acre and a little, enough. Then might be done in the of the grounds and off by ue leased for-a term'of twenty-one p-enrs at an annual rental of an acre Not more than acres will- be leased to one applicant. Application -for a lease must be .nnde to the Agent or, Sub-Agent of the district in which the I for are situated. 'Four days latei was ordered to close board fence, could be the'play Hollow Grou ad As Illustrated.. Double Concave for Extra Heavy Beards 3.00 I pot oid. is at Poitm-uf Station to f report to 3fr L A Senecal at the old St. Louis Hotel I did you nor report what jj happened the other night at Ste. Anne dt U Peracles You be suspended Set of 'Two Leather Carbo Magnetic Sirop ____ 1.1 Strop Aide THE RAZOR OF PERFECTION NO HONING-NO GRINDING 25c for ten "Halle and hij driver were' dis- missod. t "I jet who macFe the re-1 pori to him, for I had cautioned all 1 1 hands to keep then-mouths shut. LUIO, uioiucu Uil i. or, better still J- In territory the laud uiuat be described by or le- subdivisions of sections, and in' unaurveyed territory 'the tract apph- jd for shall be ataked out. application must be accom-." panied by a fee of will rights applied for ;not available but not otherwise. royalty shall, be paid'.on output of the'mine at tht'd rate of five cents per ton. Every coal mining which are not being operated ahalL. The possibilities for beauty on th? school grounds are almost beyond the comprehension of those who have .never seen it-'demonstrated. Horti- cultural knowledge in this''country haaliow-groivn wf know of dozens of treec, scorea of orn jshrubs and almost hundreds I of Many of se are so beautiful and so easy of WM. "DEWAR DEAD Parib, Ont., April culture properUvcared for the Agent of Doming are sure hof1 only touTcaptivate --the with a sworn statement tor {'children surpriHe the teacherrllla- effect at leMl once land well! i ifi 'ea3e include the Viil-.j 111 .LSUWilljj IV t T V I formerly superintendent. of for along NO MORE RAZOR TROUBLES NO NEW'BLADES NO ANNUAL TAX Woollen mills died this morning j aged 65 .Mr nominated for, J the Legislature in the Liberal inter- , but to" ill health i MOTHER'S SAD DEATH I Dunnvillr, Ont.. Apnl was so severely burned by hor dress, catching fire a she was s bithing her twin babios before an open gns this morning that she died. CLEAN essential lines, where could w-e find a more natural nursery for horticultural "if of things necessary in thq proper Observance Day is to know what to plant and how to plant it, and we shall deal.with these the., nubjcct inrsubae-. quont articlrs that will'bo given to tho mining rights o be pcrmittodj to purchaae letee Will Last a Lifetime. CARBO MAGNETIC RAZORS arc TEMPERED BY ELECTRICITY, wtichis OUR OWN EXCLUSIVE SECRET PROCESS-tfet ateel used their manufacture is of the fsnesr'EfijrUsh aod Swedish make. This wonderful discovery is the result of years of experiment and and at last there has been produced that will share any beard, NO MATTER HOW TOUGH. v ELECTRIC TEMPERING adds CARBON to thc steel; whereas tempering by fire, (the only other method for ccatorics) DESTROYS the CARBON which is the We of steeL AH other makes of must be HONED AND GROUND oftea, as their Wades wifl NOT hold an edge any length of time. CARBO MAGNETIC RAZORS do net require HONING or GRINDING during a Lifetime in private uie; they are all tempered alike, every p.xrt of t'acir blides to the same AMPERES Of ELECTRICITY. CARBO MAGNETIC RAZORS are FIVE times by ths HAMBURG METHOD, the most expeaarve friodinf known. r YOUR DEALER wOl deWtr to yot, one of these CARBO MAGNETIC RAZORS on 30 days' trial, wi hcut otiifatsoTi on your part to advantage of this opportunity. Break away from the barber hafcit! will save annually. CaU on owr representatives in town, and request a copy of "Hints On Shaving boofc'et the correct rator portion for shavinf every of the face (ACTUAL PHOTOGRAPHS TAKEN FEOM also tells HOW TO STROP A RAZOR PROPERLY; stioidd our dealer be out of them, drop us and we wffl send you by retwro mail, t Firm of A. L. SILBERSTEIN, Hakers, Sold by C. W. GRAY Lethbridge, Alta. WOMEN SUFFRAOt (Contributed by.W. U.) 1 The Wyoming legislature at a re- icent Cession, unanimously adopted folouing concurrent resolution: t Be It xsecond surface righta 'may be nftlered necertMry working the mine at the "rate an For full should be made to Department or Jntcrior, tawjai, or any Agent or -Sab-Agent of Dominion landv W. 1 Deputy Miniftkr of, the publication ol this advertisement will Tnot be paid, Photos NOTICE ._ __ r ________ ,x'iTHE MATTER ofW Estate ot islature ofjhe State of Wyoming thatff Cokely, deoeawd. the and exercise of suf- NOTICE is hereby gven tKiit rage by the n women of Woming tnc order Honor the -past .quarter of a- centurjV has Winter, dated at Lethbrklf e J-tirroughtviib harm and done a greatl thci23rd 'lav good in many ways; that it has large- 1 tllc creditors and other persons having', ly aklfd in banishing crime, pauper- against the estate.oMhc ism, and vice from the State, and Edmund Cokely, deceased, without- any violent or Larrs on or before the 23rd day of isiationj'that it has secured peaceful-? I9oe fcquired to scad their namesV nnd orderly elections good govern- i and with partieolars of their, j inenf and a remarkable degree of together with a statement "of" jilization and .public- order; amK (if held by Ij point jrith pride to the facts that af. verifying, the iaim> de-; tier marly twenty-five- ycurs of wo. j cUration to the nnderaigned man suffrage not one county in Wyo- catcs Jor haa-a poorhomse, that jails I" TAKE after the X executor riB the result of experience we urge every civilized community" on the earth to enfranchise its women without delay. any' part thereof 'among the paitttt entitled' thereto having regard to the claims of which it shall then have had an notife' will not be KaWe tot copy cf these res olnliona be forwarded cHttrib- to any person or persona oi HANDFORD by the Governor of the the State to j the legislature of every, State and Jter- ntory in thw and to every body m the workTund that Jwc request press the civiliied world tc-call the attention olj whose daiiciiLhe said exectrtor iwt of March A. D. tt this OH their to CONYBEURE 4 IONK8. lor ta ;