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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 29, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta tf TH ajfo ho AVOS ra fo Ontarh} politics. .possessed iwith Ir- ish, wit--ami'a. llow of-language Jlmt "clelugo ihc nerviest opponent, lie had few equals platform. THE CARKTIN WKET Curdstou, April was on this political'well attended'-justing of "the fanners Kimball to 'hwir the''proposition Herald Printing LU.V cwery lawful evemnf at The' demand for houses in this city is. very givat. The other day a cit- us to the operation of plant this season. Their plans arc izen eieciw u house and 'business JiKe. and simplo .and, were advertised it for rent, if he had one with fayqr by Uio application he had fifty, aiwl his life became weary in meeting tho deluge of people looking for n place to live Qt a price nouud, even if it was nothing better than a 'have the product, and ity. of those presout. ____wr___ iUj, delivered one year, by mail Daily; mail Daily, th .by mail Hgrgto; ;pne }M -aa -often as de- 1.75! .16 tired; but both new and old address oiuai be given. They propose to make tho choose tho farmers to even if it was nothing better than a'have ihc product, and pay the pa- iittlc' throe-room house. His exper- through, their own should be un incentive to oth-1 officers duly selected by them. 3-ttiers to build. By so doing they, will .-Flattering oilers for the output DEMOCRATIC NOMiN- time- hit looked us .though 11 Jennings Bryan was certain j not only -give themselves a good 'tiavo aJrc-bdy been received nnd the source of revenue but will also cou- success of the 'project is assured if for a grent boon on the city as we the farmers will milk' their cows. As are losing population every day be-; this meoting was well attended there cuuw? cuiinot 'fii'd places- in was u muc-li larger secured which t-o live. jthau at the Jirst meeting. .The o'licers were. Thos. S. Lowe, -Homer nnd D, K. Creene; Sec'y-Treas. X. W. ooo THE KlilBAl WVltD Sloan to Co N Utah J (if lio to for secure ,the... IVmocratic nomination "The Doukhobor pilgrims, us the To-; president again without much ofjronto Telegram hints, have at least j of their one advantage ovr some lho ,iral _ jrl Uay a'; con test but ihe situation has al- tered and appearances today would Canadian neighbors, indicate-.-thjit the majority of states .sneer nt the cut of t will send, .uninstvucied to. the convention. j The merry widow hat is calculated Tanner of Aetna. Salesman will accept tlic Dd of pardston. Opt'rauions are exacted to" Success to Nobody can this clothes. i HAD ACCIDENT Fmh Supply Rtttived Today Caltt. pres. Hood and a par- ty of nine or leu, the of thib by placing for the or 'he people Dan bishop S. the people is cot tain for thoir not a dissenting vote JI L Thompson, WAS firnt councillor to Moan, is Lo roceuc. .L call inside' the next six. moiuhsi "Jnc uav was KU'H aiui mo uipiu.- y of iho hall-WHS taxed to ;iho ik- psi through tho latge While playing with gun powder yes rterday, what-might have boon a fatal Pennsylvania primaries mdu-at, to discourage osc-nlatory h 1 .1 accident was narrowly averted, ed that instructions would not be; except on tlw part 01 tho most en-. ,ru votedvin favor .of any man at Ihe racket state convention; the'Xew York del-; In the neighboi'hood will to .Denver uninstruct- England. State-s thcro is a foreigners' burial growing sentiment opposed to in- structions. In the south .they are not-popular; indeed, tho" practice is carrying a adverse, to them, and although most of .the Southern States are claimed hy. Mr. IJryan's managers their dele- ga_tc-s generally -will be. free to act for .the best interests of the party at Denver. The Xame of Governor The (huighu-rvof Mr. and Mrs. Wni. Lyinan. Veru, has been Shanghai I'lay of her older .brothers ,and sup- round to lay- a ISO .off, when the powder ignited, pufl- WLVath on the izrave of a former com up into, her face, set jiro'to her met un intelligent looking mi- Clothing, portions .of which were; con- pot of rice. sumcd tho frantic efforts pi her he nailed, "where 'companions- could quench .the-.; flames, you goiii' with that i Her .nareius .were not at home nt put on of my the prompt aid .said the Chinaman. soon, relieved her of .her GERMAN'S Ho! ho1." laughed tho sailor, "and terrible pain.. The burnsi are'riot son will be presented by Minnesota when do you expect your friend at .formally taken o conn? up eat vjbyj tho Inspector-, in Chief of the Pub lie Mr M C.vlde t0 extensive as and .today the patient is resting more comfort-.I and chevname of Judge George Gray! -John was silent a. moment; and Uieki D J Gum by Delaware. Jn Illinois several dis- (replied, "All time samee your SHAKESPEARE CLUli the up anil'pmclUnj your flowers." 'Miss entertained the j iomc time iClulKat the home a %cr> high clos FIKK IN" I.ETHBH1DGF. Und Mrs.. last Saturday evening, 1S vcn tricts have refused to instruct their; come .up and your flowers, delegates to the State convention for i Mr. Bryan, and the signs arc that a resolution to pledge Illinois to his i support at Denver, will be vigorously J .opposed. In Ohio the same spirit of i unrest and dissatisfaction- is to be. noted. Perhaps nothing better in- dicates the drift of political April .The club Avork .was the discussion of creditable: Messr sweet grass ;AcLL "-of .of :-thc-Shrew." antl thc jn at Kevin Mount, sweet L "-of .of .-the -Shrew." S.- tramies on G. railway set fire A YpcnLsolo if fnrlv 'cmniv freiyht TAKR TAil J t ftOrmiONAL CAtM WAOALBRAITH, MJXCJI. J45- 'Physician; McQM t to a train of forty.'empty freight; AXOT1TKR That is the despatch as it appeared c of Mr i ot KctmOntoii Bullt'liu. The metfi t IX -PROPEKT'Y St. n- thn are that Ihe firu took place at Kevin, tno uice o. tnc _ ;ouf hijr. 3lam Street ment than the Bryan himself i i dent, purpose not to regard his nom-piont-' a station the other side of! ination as a foregone conclusion. r h drcision-6f farmers and Ranchers I II INSU Your Buildings" against Loss by also Yoiir Crops against Dam- age by Hail jet u Eirtt B C MOORE to Oftice Phoue 102 IM e F B. ROLFtOM ARCHITECT 9 R. G .AODISON e givcu a taste pounds m the same period, j; life it must completion of the last test done while he. is still in the public Ito hhn the dtstinction of-being the} school. To accomplish this a strong only bneder in the and. interesting course of study iajtwo cows with a record1 pi more agriculture; be inserted in thc j twemy-pix. pounds of _ butter in curriculum of that j wee'c- will engender the real true spirit cf' WILL USE LEMIEUX ACT mnipvg, 27 mechani cil ap phpd for board under thc Lemieux net dispufcs between com pan and their organiza- tions named James Somer- -second of the rmchim ts Toronto, is thc arbitra tor P.O.Bbck E. T MeQREQOR REAL ESTATE BROKER Agtnt for Farm and City Loans, I nsuranca, Rent- als and Convcyancinf Lkt property with nve s _ Call at Room I .Hill Block drtst Box 317, Ltthbridce Alta, Craiiai (Mer it Length, 5 feet 6 inches. Width, 4 feet 6 inches. Suitable for any Canadian in "Art Xouveau" stjle, in richlj mahogany. Considered by musicians of note the finest maile piano in .Canada, SISO.M. to any home in" Canada. Can be. scon, at any of Mason Risen Piano Ware rooms." agriculture as .well-as'give the tech- nical knowledge its- art and science The. best .pi. text books and.teachers with special qualifications along this RICHARD WAUGH DEAD ifan., April 23. Richard one of old time whose long connec- line are absolutely necessary. course, .of .training for. thc tco :hors j must be prepared. to meet this noces .sity..fpr, when all is said and .lone. success of the .whole scheme rests withrtho teacher. At present the iu- fluence of thc educational systirni of this and other provirccs is in fpyrv of the professions nnd many first are being spoiled in an effort to make third rate doctors and engineers of them. tion with npricultural jnurnalism- has made him vridelv known died last V. night from heart failure, aged 73. III II i I I I I i I I i i I H l-i-H The Dead Sport OUR POINT OF VIEW Senator Geo. Ross bcmoons the fact .that. in. the Canadian Senate 'Cabinet while in" the House of nearly half of the British .cab- inet is to be found. Public opinion m .England fayors as few members of the :.Cahinet the-Ifouse- of -LyVun and the number is grad- ually rcdijced. So in Canada opinion -jyclfeveis cabinet ministers should sit in the body, cho- sen .hy. the the House of. Com mons. Iloss will find that the! sentiment of the country is almost wholly in favor, of all Cabinet. sitting in the Commons. Peter Kyan's naftJC is again assoc- iated a cabinet position at Ot- tawa Feter is. tho 'noblest Rom an of tkem aU" on the stump. A few i Buys bis baseball.lacrosse anil cricket goods from the live denier at .the right price. Embrocation is only necessary Avben yon buy at prices that keep ycr.r eyes 'ears. How canyon shoot stiaiyht We don't sell embrocation very little when our picture aw.iy. We are doing better work then ever-with less gas. The finishing touches lo house-cleaning "The Pictures." Our prices are always right. TM HlTsm MlIMMMMMtf IMM i nizt, ji TWO mzf, a FIVE PRIZES (LADIES EACH For the-five ntxt aniwers from (1) Ontario, (3) Maritime Provinces, (4) Manitoba, Alberta, Saskatchewan, (5) British Columbia. "_T 50 PRIZES- AT S5 EACH PRIZES AT EACH in the last line of the which is shown and then send it, accompanied by a "tin lid (with label attached) of a package of Lipton's Tea, orange red or gold label, or Lipton's Coffee (embossed or three pint wrappers of Lipton's Tablo Jt'ly any flavor, irhich entitles the reader to send in one Limerick. You may send-in us many T.imcricks as you like, so long as-a tin lid or three .Jelly "Tablet wrappers accompany each Limerick. LIPTON'S TEA LIMERICK Z From Brtton to furthest m All proclaim Lipton's Ten as th> best g S And packed only in tin The true flavors kept in S N RP I agree to abide by the decision of the Editor of Mail and Empire as final and enter the compotiiion on this dwtinct ADDRESS The competition will be decided by the Editor of the Mail aod Empire, Toronto, whose decision must be acceptcd'-M. En- velopes' must be addressed "Lipton's sent to-JThe Mail and Empire, Toronto, not later than tho hat on Thurs- day, April 30th, 1908. Answers b? prepaid lit leller rales. Emmcit Sed Bnii tir Sale Vrter filling all requirements for Govornment seetl oat there will be surplus Temannng which I am au- authonzed to place tha market for 85 ctnts bushel, sicked, delivered at country; stations. These oatsjme ail imported recently, either from Pnnce Edward Island or Great 'Britain Thc Brit- ish oats and number one Engli h and we'gh from 41 to 45 pounds per bushel The Prince Ed Island oats are an excellent milling variety, weight 39 to 40 pounds per bushel. Besides the a quantitj ot 2 Alberta grown oats are also! for sale at 70 cents per bu-f shel on .same 'torms .and condi-' lions. All "above are. white-varieties, and are the finest procurable, and upon .arm al caivful ly Kicleaned These oats_ will be jold in two ways, either for'cash or on time. AVhen sold for cash, postal or ex- preos currency, or marked cheque must accompany order. chequea be payable at Ed monton. When sold on time, applicants xvifl be required to give chattel rriortgage for seed thc as reqnired of ap for the seed grAin distribution... j -There is no limit to-the quantity that will be .supplied to any appli- AH orders for Alberta must be made to Geo, Harcowrt, Dcptity Minister ot Edmonton Ordcvft' will be. filled, as received un- til the surpiuJi as of Named varietips ordered -by customers will be supplied as far as possible, but the undersigned- reserves "the right of- substituting ,any of the above var if unable to supply the one desired. C. C. CJkSTLE, Pttrcnaaing Afent, Box 1337, April St. 1908. Winnipeg, Man THREE LOTS Inside Half mile Circle At Each Third cash, Valance 6 ami 12 months G. C. McDonald Rooni 6 Block N0.26Z Meeta in K of P Hall Thonday of Visiting Brethren Welcome _ J RQaERS, C.R. x-- A NEIDfGr, FS. Meets Itt and 3rd Mondays in K. of P. Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren are cordially invited. b G 24-1} .T WHITE, W. 8 Nest of Owfa Lethbridge Auction Mart; SEEN! tint SbR ROUND STREET We arc doing our best to obi a in-.all kinds of sccon haud goals thnt are ust-fni to settlers_ and householders If you will a Msft you can be assured of spotting'soine- thing yon retire and the prices are astonishing UBMI Nest ol Ovrh No 1M, will meets the iccottd Thursday of month in K of P Hall G V -STOKKFA'. BeerHaary C ROSS TATE, Pretident. M PRIEST. Junior Paat Prea. Ixxlge Pride of 293. SMS if Hfiari ksdn the rj rut and thtnl TUarmlny in nt 8 Fml T Boi 9-lj I J LETHBRIOOt MO C B P O. E 2nd and 4th 'i ucsday each month at 815 p m fc SHAKMAN, M 1'RILST. B R Secwtary. WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN T E M R A N C C U N I O N, et m MetriodiBt Wesley Chnrda third Friday fn the sicnth-ai p m Visitors always MRS A E HUMPHRIES, -Prw, MRS CHAS McGLEN Short Orders" at all Bonrs BcgcUrMeuls 2oc 228 Mr. Billie Sharratt and Mimk At lilieriy for Smoking CoticerU, Ventriloquism NORTHWEST -AMOClATIOf Of STATIONARY Meet in the Hall aud and foflrth Mondays m month; Z Employers ipnecn, ami tagiuctm ooi of mcnt, wooM do to ROBERT KEVIN; OEO BRUCT.. All ;