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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 16, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta A v Irwsr Portage Ju Prairie ou the C. N., and then north-eastcily lo the Pas, on the Sns- i and on to Chiuch- Oo ttTbVthe Daily. Herald, Priattaf LM.. ewy fawM eTtoinf a) ofiee, Bound St., MM l thrte deltore Daily, month, delivered Daily, jetr.-by mail Daily, moothi, by Daily, by mail Weekly Herald, cue' year IM addresses changed as de- lired; but both new and old addrefts uuat be given. comic oixjra comedian, bat in a box at the Willis-Wood Theatre, Kansas City, at a performance of "Fascin- ating he was, lying ju. that city this season gave the audience an opportunity to enjoy [bunch of impromptu comedy that wasn't expected. From the Da- niels appeared until the net, the comedian was the target for all 3Ji I.TS .tf ihc niobfduecl access from the ceime ot tue piaiu gtowitig aiea to Hudson's Bay. The land giant was made by an amendment to the Dominion Act in the euily and still effective, to that I'arlia- ment, under the mlvice of the Con- heivative government, which ed it, and not tlic_ I.ibeial govoni- meuj, paid it on being earned, was responsible. Mr' Foulu had CAR: OF i K_ i vu BARB charfer in time the _......._ fait that of pranks und jokes bj AUt-le Ritchie j tho com- and the mombws of Iwr company. j ohoobe o{ j 'Ihc "Kidding" of Daniels cuhmnnt- originally su apait, and in-j ed near the close ot ths this wa-> an Miss, UitchlP was foiced to make a But did mention In her munnei !uu in ,.tUing ho ureu ftoml the actress told, iv-> seriously as .she Hudson Bay railway could, of the nppuxuuion of the ap- peimjtud to take U> land, piovision plause. Aas made that the company should! 5 CAVE HOt A "DIG I iwt be to take that which' i "This isn't much of a spceth, lo be not ht iur lor Victoria and Haliburton, On- in "but 1 in al grants of land, tan make a boitei spec h than I'uuik nindo by ihe Daniels can, anyway." 1 to und It was "Of couise you -j.iul -Kti. th'e "afd- ty "the road; in roafl r hail beeu 1886, further already lfad baeii to jthe Saskalchew aif haH way, tolhe DayT There to bebuiU about 480 miles. opinion t6DAY TMC Amtrlcaii Sttttor Col Sam Hughes, the gallant mem bei tario, who is likely to be the minis- tor of milititi m the next Ttie tenttej Co. Ltd, rf ICtlH HB2HI tSMnsPlBifcl EAC a uu fo Ii ly G. C. McDonald Whitney Block _' Oflke 8i. Hours Jr of Houby thw on account oMhe lapid development oi Western Canada, and 1 inadequacy o! existing tion facilities, parly t5ie of a to Chinch ill ou Hud- lion. government, Horceb opposed 4v. the comedian Frank Oliver's bill to prevcat who stood ilnio tie her "Ami I Hindus and Japanese fiom ".sidling" thim lo ,t jie's ufruitl to into the Dominion by wa> of Hong i was the oppotlumty ilie au- Kong and the Sandwich Islands, and (hc-ncc wanU-d It upplauited, pushed his opposition to the length j .stampwl, until it sounded ns lo nuMij that the ladway c "hould. havt. it> pick the The pit'cedtut in the ea-e the Canadian Pacific- Us land giant j miles each n dcfinwl as of the main with the pnvi of i eject ing any that not nt 01 an amendment in of the for- if nu "L'nclc Tom's Cabin" pillory j f M settlement Jt had reject-id nior. But, while championing welcoming JILIOSS the ice. i foi over 50 along the main Hiu Hindus, he made an unwarranted at- Daniels sat still und dxose in its stead, land ovor om tack character of Americans'tlw applause increased MJSS jatthio'sj and throe hundred miles awaj in Xorihern Albeit.i Following thi> precedonl, subsequent giant to a lailway company earned the simo piovipicn, and the piivikge was There was no domtih in ilie Hudbon'h }l T2 Koidon, loadei the foi pushing the prefect for-' and he had no doubt that the piomibe of consultation, made repeated, this, and result. j- ab- thti Piime explam- cdHhat, when Hie mattei wa-s up yeart the Prime Mmista the to inakp an befpie ac- thy (iose of the fcCh.sion, but, having I called to" England lie was unable to do so, JThe subject r was was; now undci have come across the border ami merriment a quick of settled in Canada, and went so far: the hand to tiie light inan-in the bal asr to call thorn "animals." w COny, the "spot light" turned ,011 Daniels'in the box" with madden- ing fury. She-had the "man in tho box" cornered. j 001 1HS KKVKNCJU Then things happens! Daniels held [a whispered consultation with hfs L in the box beside him the din continued, he' 5 tho railing, apparently pre- paretl to make a speech. The ap-j he has done nisi jplause which subbidetl for a moment, i broke loose- anew when, of a I upon he was called to order by sev- eral Liberal members, but persisted in his statement. Here is the text of Col. Sam's re- "Personally i would much prefer a Hindu who lias served tho empire in the ranks of the armies of in the or o tn speech, the comedian reached "towauls instances to disrupt j by koe who has beeii an his own land ancl has come to United States best to disrupt that republic, who, if he crosses over lo Canada, seeks in many the established laws of the Domin- ion. I may'say that a Hindu who' has served in the British army and has had the discipline of a soldici is much more likely to make a good ci- tizen of Canada, much more likcb to upbuild the welfare, morality, and digmt3p or this country than many of the clabb of imported animals frxliciiie Hat. THE EARTH WOe BLED little -when our picture _framer went away. -We are doing better then with The finishing to ore Our prices are always right. Pure K Fruit Flav.ors All Kinds of Specialties At the Popular Store Others Lethbndge The West Others Follow Just Arrived Hall :5 last Thursday of Visitihg Brethren Welcome.- T f at" 8' o'clock. Cvitbill .Street r- brctlireu are s.a. 24-ly T. J. W. I: si i: fcrWood fibre Plaiter Sliiiiit if jw Utt Ikse OLIVER'S PLANING MILL Office, Yards and Factory: J1V. car mn mi mm mni (LUBOWmaJlliyCliCf Telephone 153 p n Let h bridge Nest "Owls, meets the s" second of each" j month Hall." G. V. 8TOBKEV, C. ROSS TATE. President. M. PRIEST, linior HUH 5 1001501 Steam ancl Hot Water-Fitters _'. f All work promptly .ittend- od to and guaranteed IsfSovtkof Herald Office Phone 266. P.O. Bo'x 1387 in the and 35: Block vrith large BrickiardiousE -SMITH ST. Lane on Two Sides, also on SPUR TRACK at, 8 come. t t t Wnlter W. Trrsijrnt. iifiMiittititiiitM RochoD's Confectineri and Ice Cream Parlors I _______ IstSovtliof Office ROOFING CORNICE WORK SKYLIGHTS FURNACE WORK A SFECIALTY J ideal site Trice Snap of the Season j Lodge Pixie of Alberta, taflt ofPythwutHan v Frw! T.' Waisb ft Peebles -''C. Meets 4th month 8.16 p.M. E. A! SHARMAN, M. PWE8T. Secrcluy! if 2fS M tm LOT 50 6 x aO t J Block 5r London Road. casli, or may be r.intcd. Apply BOX Y., HERALD OFFICE. Wodstock.' Ont.r April "15. a fihecnTyear old Embro is in Z.i i as a result of beinf stubbed {companion. STATIOMARY CHOI Utt Mt Meet in the Hall erey ;