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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 23, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta he will; surpass aaft thing yet undertaken in the Canadian ready Heirald i FriiatW Daily, ooe Booth, delivered one year, by IJI M Ml, Daily; thrie but you wi used in Shakespeare and souie of is irieiningless; the oiilyv interest ing, point about it is its length.; Twenty T letters in a breath quite a almost as long; for instance, the following two- of twenty-four letters tran'substanUntiationallsts, arc some of the other 'boh con- chanced aa often but both new aud old be fiveri; M Ijfjstrictors: William a newspaper cor ax Ottawa 'lias given an: important position in'the govern- ment service. by Sir Wi 1 f r id Laurier: Bill as he is best known, "knew'' more 'secrets oi the" govern- ments of the last twenty years than man outside'cab iuet'rink: 'trusted by the late Sir Johk.McDonald aml: Sir Wilfrid taur feiy: Ttiey'told him of great.'political tyents'Vthat were go ing to' happen many days before' they We're publicly announced.; "Bill" always kept'mum the'-'; to spring; th'c news was aV hand. His honesty nYade hiyi confi'dant of men in'high places. Twenty-three letters; dispioport iona blenesses. .Twenty-two: y .intercpimnunieubinties. Twenty-one: ,--j intf-rconvortibiiities. histomorphblogically.' 1 interdiffereniiation. hypersc'usiiiveriesscs. It is; safe to say that tin? ordinary reader'1 would'not run onto one of these in a hundred if ,ho did ho would- run the other way. a ml" by. November 1 the output will probably 'day.- -The'-company has an area pT-sonio buiidinjf 350 coke" Mr. Hill''has'no; fear of hhis development adversely .a especially "for high-grade is1 going to expand considerably. jnarkcts, we have that immeiiije north- era country bo opened up by the Grand .Trunk- Pacific and" the Canadian Xortlicrn, no other coal except the lignite in1 the Saskatchewan counti y, both railways will" have south; for the coal used while crossing1 the plains, froni' ,Lake_ the Rooky 4 WHY NOhf POLICY? Mr.-r.Borden bias ruade civil service reform one of- the prominent -planks 01 ;thc Conservative party. The Conservative party in the .'House' of Commons has frequently voiced'its opposition to the appoint- ment of- members' ol parliament to government positions. It is worth while mentioning that a' Liberal government' in power at Ottawa and that exp the atti- tude of the Conservatives; that'piece of cord j tied around your fingfr for? wife put U.there'to re- inind'me to post her Iptier." "And did you post "No; she forgot to.giX-e it London Opinion. notice you dog of yours "John D." Never lost a scent in his fit. Hon. Ill: new! premier -twoj 6116 If M III Asquith, Toronto'Sljoemaker. is, a IJanis, who "farmed in thft Cauadiati West for-. a''jtimev resides in Ottawa, first cousini aagga Wnbn'-ihip in] local: sports holding ofttcial --positions' power civil service was never menXfonetl above a anil il. IVs were given jobs without any he1' .But that was a long tinie'.ago. arranged for a shooting; expedition on Good Friday, their gbpli- :c'rs. Ha vi ng, pii t" true rig about thb present provided :aininuniti6n, A ConscrvatiVe '.government both'for the game' inner in'aJv power; m Ontario. Conserva- tlvc -premier says he is 'in' cbrd: Bordori's policy 'yet .the way he goes abour; form of the civil'-service" in" vince is'by app'oihting'an MJPlP. sJierf. ,of Hastings'' County. to Mr.' liordeh to Ontario" of the "party -o'n two counts; -first filling'. of' she'riff prolriotlon' of the "'depu ty-a n'dI' second; f or appoiritrng a. .member of parliament some f each" other, "the find _ their" qu'aVrjvTOne believed was a .took; but; fortunatelyI inifsed 'asrj the OUR' VIEW police I to get dogs 1 ess .than .the. bobts worn h'is'-'f rien d which: at the in color -and this -V jio1 "acckleht occurred "'al- though7 the, ground was- ploughed up with shot a, few inches .of. th'c sport's but-. it; wais there and- then agreed that ;it' would. "Long" day .before-' arrangement -for another would be .nxadcf, the other "Oi be in .'Machr- year Afex..-OfeXei 11, Conservative IP. and ;who .himself famous by-the advoca- cy of is bound to fget :lrito Parliament, -if "at. all possibie" is .going' to run in Xorth. Bruce ;for_.the Commons again .as" an Jndepericient Conservative if- hie can- not "get'the straight'.nomination. David Lloyd-George, chancellor ..of the r.exchequer, 6ri receiving -the-news oft Sir' Henry V have ,v have never greater: public .figure, -since betn in public lile who vyon the attachment and affection of men who came; in contact him." with COAL MINING Has Mafnifictnt Says Hiiicrest ,c Quebec, April.: 20. Al- the" coal trade in Western Canada'Vat iLhe' present'- time: is dull, the prospects for all ihe Western min-, ea- are according 'frp-.7 Hill; the Hill- crest. Coal; Avhp is "staying at the Windsor; TheiraiL- way's 'alone splendid maiVet, as by; the. P. K. from, the Crow's .'.v us'.__ .v a a f ithe'J bbdy'." if hproughlyC cleaned ;.r.oecaj jdanjfer'y-frpm' tion :v and us" and us Vexamine.; to- Bv-v'B r Jtist Amved CAR OF Fir Irt Hh nuttr Use TWse 'rf ft A A'. V 0 ffico, Yard and Fac fary Telephohe 158 HTTII1HM A ONCE Watch keepingj'accurate -health ol '____ -J-' ---rv 'J "T- Z -L, '-.'V- i- f achf: 16 hands. clean lipfibed, Bought subject .'am veterinary's .T: The policy of the Opposition-at Ot- seems to be to continue obstruc lion; although the public interest ma.y This-, however, is a mat: t'cr -of no consequence so "that-.poli- tical be made. The vernment: busiiiess 5s constantly de> Imyed, and the the people ow- ing to the Conservative' tactics is much greater all tbe. alleged rake-ofT -and graft about which .so much is heard and so little proved. mine ions, and 'from the Hiiicrest 300 tons. While.up to the time before so many iocomotiyes were laid off, the' com- pany took tons daily from; the International and 800 tons from the Hiiicrest'." The :demand of the .Great Northern tons :dailjv and this quantity is taken from the Crow's Nest Company's mine' at Mi- chel. In addition to this "demand, the city of Spokane will Acquire from to tons daily, and other railways are also figuring on getting LIVE IN HER HAT, Livt in Mrs: coal from the -Canadian mines as -I there is little hope that, very much iliniiimtiiiMi til York, April blue-bird accompanied Mrs. Simon Harrison to at Swinfield, She did not find she -.was not until "services were in- j by the attention she The bird after, circling around .her fettled Harrison's hat-. -The; hat. was; a iWsw creation" and the 1 .woman: first sopposed it waa the of excitcinent. by :the .fate from the she reinbv- -and ff-attwfs a iwst "two weeks at- .Scr- fftt- pie had wi BKJknr teft open buill nest teat the' than; Ml IM Ml rf M: -2for5cj i EARTH WOBBLED very little-, when our pictxire framer .went away. arc doing betfcr work finishing touches to nre "Tht always GET CUSSES THE ejrei; >mi If glasses'-, are needed .we advfse; oLTbie ti me you r'heaxl aches :-let ustell y6u whetlier your eyeVare reapon- aible or not; Stxlish! MIMIIimiltf Ml ford B.v E> Is hoMvioffering for CHEAPEST 6N THE IMi JMI if tfc EACH Also a few> Acre Lots Westminster Road Son tinel-r-Iry ing.'. Sp ringv; .-L: j -y: Iron r''. Mine Medjcioc roc .'.w--' 1: C. y Greenaway, >Reiii ffiii. yVafcA: ix' rfolsr Yonr Bow If LCTHBHIOGC TERMSEASY months, -baianocp! cent. annum lit Booi 3.11. Visitors aHrajtl ;