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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 5, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta Herald thAt the BrlUib Field at Quebec. UM Daily Printing lawful eveuint at 84.. our last The Tories send- Currtstou, Aug. east for airi. W. Crothcr'B St. Thoiuus, out', of the stumpers m Uiitano, is couuug wesi to givu Mr. Haultaiii a lUt. what in the uiuuu oi couiiuou scuso W. A. iUCHAKAN, 2.M rk delivered jr. 002 year, by nail...... 3-JJ QftUyV ftuc jnioothv by BJAII juoiiihs. bf mail J5 __ j i m ufteu ita do CroUwjrs kuuw, about ui ami wkut right has to PROFESSIONAL Cardstotv Tho Montreal Herald says: first thing Mi-. Haultuin did wh letter U bitf picnic at the Cochrane Uanch V.-is for JUiy OUUl, "i J. Wood in honor of Mrs. Card. Some fifteen vehicles were welHoad with, peopie umi safety to the beautiful grove ou the Belly Kiver, just south of tho old j rajtfh house. Here in tho shade of the big trees NEW heard the news oi the Saskatchewan election was to telegraph to Kr. Bur- den. The misguided mail fcasn't been told yet that there is a great gulf for talking bo- but both and old j tweeu Federal aud Provincial joli- be tics. Mr. Borcieu is so innocent of ,'roviucial politics that ho uiay not THE SESSION ven understand the telegram, or re- coguizo the uauie of the sender. It s only the wicked Laurier who in- terests .himself iu such things. Shame ou Mr. Haultaiu." Notwithstanding the policy of ob- pursued by the Opposition during session of the Dominion Parliament closed on Monday last, uucb uaelul legislation .was enacted, and more would have been placed to the credit of the government had not the time of Parliament been purpose- ly wasted by Opposition tactics. One of the important measures that had to be postponed on account of tactics was the insurance bill, but it will yet become law and like the old age annuities bill, which WJLS passed contribute towards advancing thrif iu the community and security in in vestments in life insurance. AJB the London Advertiser well iu its summary of the session, the Opposition has failed in its cam- paign of slander, persistently waged since the opening of the session. No has been made upon Side Things must be getting hot under the collar down in Saskatchewan for they have drafted the "Ames" into service. Wonder if Magrath will get up in the "collar" when the "Ames" arrive or whether the "Ames" arc big enough for the broad shoulders of Magrath.' Well, it "Ames" to be all right anyway. Bob Kdwards' latest oil the editor of the Midnapore Gazette is a half- tuiie cut of Col. Porter of the Winni- the luncheon was prepared and :over seventy people sat down to the re- and it is needless to say, did full justice to the many brought forth .by the ladies from hea- vily ladeneu baskets. j After the repast there was a drive to the new towusite. located about a mile and a half from the burigalow The land has a beautiful slope ;to- vrurd the Belly River south aud the towusite extends to the river. ulr.0-t-cashs, conveying tha par- ty were driven heads. in to fonu u-j circle and the gentlemen alighted formed iu another circle. A. hymn was sung. Explanatory remarks were made by Pros. Wood and a de- dicatory prayer offered by ratria" 11. L. Hmmun, wherein the was christened 'Clawson" in Jam 51b. 71b. tins Tust Received. Co. ltd. asd htrii JJ Job Department a Specialty of honor of Apostle ttudge Cluwsonj of the church. Mrs. 7ina Y. Card, by iuvituliou, expressed her pleasure at being sent, und iu seeing the people spread ahroatl in this goodly laud. Tier era tttude to. Press. Wood for this privi- lege and her desires for the welfare of our gifeat. country here in South Alberta were also given ablo I GET YOUR 1 SHOES Bill Heads Statements Cards Receipt Forms Best Bargains in I City Real Estate I Tin C. B. tonm tyiq hst Offfc toet flwnJII DR. W. 5. QALBRAITH Physician, Surgton, Oftice 914 Redpath St. 'Phone 53 9 a.m., 2-3 7-8 p.m. .MADAM NORMAN (Orchestral Teacher of pianoforte, organ, and voice Visits or pupils, piepara tory or advanced. Coaching for exams. Howard Crabb ALVIN RIPLEY ACCOUNTING, AUDITING, COL- LECTIONS and RENTALS Fire, Life and Accident Insurance Ecom 5 Whitney Block HAMILTON YOU NO Eng'nwrs and Room Block. I peg Telegram, beneath which the.ii-.l _- Bob has penned these words the public muid by fulinuiatioiis of _., _ ,r "Peter MeGouigle, editor Midnapore Messrs. Foster, Beuuett, Fowler. Tay Gazette. We hardly kuow how lor, Ames and the other sctuxdal- "Hank will take this latest coguo- hunters. A cloud oi charges and in- sinuations vanished iuto the air. The Opposition expected a' coup in the Hcxlgins case, but it proved a boom- utterance. men for he has so imttiy already. erangv No member of the Government was .smirched by the Opposition's mud-throwing, and the cry of and corruption was not sustained any evidence of maladministration for which, a minister could be fairly held responsible. In spite of obstruction and time- killiBg, the session was not barren. The civil service reform, bill al.-ue would make it fruitful. This le.j ;U lion marks the beginning of the ead To witness the grain cutting going on at the Silver Farm impresses one with the met that it might have been Silver once but it has. been gol- den ever since. Just now the golden headed grain is going down the binder. of the patronage" dawn of a better system, and tbe day iu Cana.-i.au politics. It 5s a courageous stt-p, which no other administration, feder-' al or provincial, has ventured to take. Among other important sures are tbe following: The land bill, which throws millions of acres in Alberta and SttS- An old gentleman, clad in a some- what youthful suit of light grey flan- nel, sat on a beach in the park enjoy ing the spring day. "What's the matter, he asked a small urchin who lay on the The party returned to the grove. visiting the bungalow en route, aud made glad the inner man with ;co cream, cuke, and fruit. In the. cool of the evening sh.ulo -s the drive homeward was a restful ending to. a most enjoyable day. Mr. and Mrs. Vv. 0. and Mrs. Ben Wood were able assistants to Mr. and Mrs. Edw. .1. in the transportation and entertainment guests to whom the grateful re- membrances of ail in the party will go out we trust forever. CARDSTOX'S CELEBRATION We had our 2-1 th of July or Pion- eer Celebration yesterday. As prev- iously explained the foregoing date s the anniversary of the entrance of the "Mormon Pioneers" into Salt katchewan to settlement mi easy terms. The placing of telegraphs and tele phones under the jurisdiction of tbe railway commissioii. The restriction of Japanese gration by agreement with the 1' Government. The arrangement for the prevention of Hindu emigration to Canada. The act restraining the use of to- bacco by minors under 18 o! age. The initiation of the Hudson railway project. The prohibition of the and sale of opium in Canada for medicinal purposes. The amendment of the banking ac by which an emergency currency wil be available to prevent a monetary stringency during the harvest season The French treaty, which however awaits the ratification of the Frenc! Senate. The reduction of the postage o dropped letters in cities and towns. The extension of all the boundaries of Ontario, Quebec and Manitoba. The pledge of financial support to the All-Hed route. The act respecting juvenile delin- quents, which is intended to protect grass and stared at him intently. "Why don t you go and "Don't want to." the boy replied. 1 "But it is not the old gentleman insisted, "for a boy to be so quiet. Why don't you want "Oh, I'm just waithi'." the little fellow answered. "I'm just waitin' till you get up. A umn painted-that bench about fifteen minutes ago." JULY WEATHER REPORT uly 1 2 3 3 Ruin Max. Min 6 0.19 O.OG 8 9 10 11 12 13 15 16 17 18 19 20 121 22 23 24 28 29 O.CU 0.12 70.0 82.S 8978 82.6 72.7 GG.7 81.4 85.8 90.8 8G.S 90.0 Su.-Jr 79.1 7-i.3 Sl.S S7.0 70-9 SO.S 83.1 87.S 45. 49.0 Lake Valley in 18-17 (Xot 187-1 as >riuted in error by your paper iu a The postponement was due to the earlier arrangements made by most people in ignorance of the commit- tee'? designs here for that day. Yesterday the Cardston Sunday School had charge oi proceedings and there was a. good attendance, was the usual half-holiday for town. An hour's programme of music and speeches passed quickly. The most important numbers were "From Mis- jsouri to Salt I-ake City" by Pat- riarch H. L. Hinman, who gave ma- historical as well as many un- GERMAN'S none blti t FOR SALE OR RENT, City of Medicine Hat Wo have tlie agency tbe Notice Monarch Visible Oneof the best of machines on the market'. machines for ivnt at per month. If interested in either the purchase or rental of a thoroughly good machine, call and try them at C.F.P.Conybeare, K.C., D.C.L., B. Morten B. C. L CONYBEARE JONES Barristers, Solicitors, lito Olfice: ..Conybeate Block. Lethbridge, Alta. NOTICE TO LAND BUYERS 1 Section of feucd land W...C. SIMMONfc Barrister, Etu. Umce: fiuutbaid iiJock. R. G. ADDiSON Successor fo 0. C. MOORE Director and Embalnier i 5 miles of fenc? and frame house Presbyterian 20 x 24, frame shed stable 14x50, acres in oats, 1-3 of crop going to buyer, a good well of water at the house, also 1-2 Section of raw prairie, New railroad survey through both, and 12 miles from railroad now, with good roads, and same at a snap price. Don't buy of anyone else till you see this and save real estate man's commission. Address N. H. MURRAY Box 495, or Brown Poultry Ranch Near Fair Grounds Offize Phot'e 102. Residence 136, the "The City 'Council have made arrangements where- by a Bus meet the Spokane Flyer at for con- vey ing passengers between that station and Medicine Hat at a nominal charge of 75c each. Gity Clerk: Residence t Wriylit's Jswelr} Store BAD STORM IN N. S. Fishermen Suffered Wrecked and Owners Have Narrow Escape ny written incidents of the iourncy made across the plains in that great exo- dus of the Latter Day Saints into the Western wilderness. has been spending sever- al days west in Leavitt, Mountain View, and Caldwell. Today is in Cardston. Messrs. Grow and Anderson who re- cently sold out their large ranch on are 51.5 s 53.2 o Tvl.2 P, .na Willow Creek, west of Stavely, "Pioneering m Canada the subject of Mrs. Zina Y. Card, whose at rane lands with a view to locating there. They are accompanied by Mr. Ward Pack and Mr.' Fawcett, "who are at present east oi Claresholm. Mr. -7. W. Low, Principal of the Cardston school, returned yesterday whoso experiences in 1SS7 rlO years after the settlement of the people in the Western States were spoken of interestingly and feelingly. A programme of childrens' sports and a dance followed whereat all re- ceived a package of confections grat- is making the youngsters happy. the Sunday School Union meeting some two hours of dancing the adults of the {wore enjovcd bv SS-G schools. O'J 1 JJ-T The baseball ptanie 1'ieLwecn 92.9 stuii anA Afttnal and Kiraball d 33-r, 31 children from the influences of vicious environments. The matter on which the Opposi- tion exhausted its powers of obstruc- tion was the measure of electoral re- form, more sweeping than any yet! enacted in Canada, which xvas finally passed. It was largely a fight to se- cure fair and" impartial voters' lists especially in Manitoba nnd the uaor- ganizwJ distsict of Ontario where the lists arc compiled by hirelings of the provincial governments, and Sir Wil- frid won. The result is thatj the work uf distributing provincial I voters among Dominion ronstituen- ries wus left to tho judges tho J government of Manitoba was induced i to extend thi' time for making ati- i J peals against the lists compiU-d by i 4 its nominees. Taking- it for all in all. as the 4 Brantford Expositor remarks, the re-1 "1 cord is a remarkable one. and shows j 4 that the government which pave to i the country the imperial preference. 1 imperial nnd domestic penny 4 the Fielding tariff, which enlarged j 1 our canal system, and did away with 4 the deficit in the postofTice depart- j J raent while improving the posttil ser- j vice and reducing the rates of post-} age. hns lost none of its ability to i 4 devise and carry through groat, mea- i aures. 79.8 87.S ...r.... S1.7 93.0 O.U S3.! fil.O 08.H 48.0 38.0 Card- materialize as a number of the play- i.-rs cnuld not be jiresent. PKRSONAL Mr. of the Dept. of Ag- riculture is looking over this district in the interests of the pure seed I growers. HP expresses h'msGl? as ing very much gratified at the crop from Edmonton where he has been for several weeks as a sub-examiner for the Department of Education. Mr. W. If. Stott sold his town pro perty this week to 3Iessrs. Harker Allen for mill site purposes. -The price is saitl to be around the mark ami shows the value of the property near the contract is let to Mr. .T. C. Cnhoon N. S., Aug. north- west gale of Sunday night caught the sailing yacht Sweetheart, owned by Dr. Norris, of'Philadelphia, anchored in Canso and considerably damaged her by rier on the rocks.; The yacht was floated this morning, t Dr. Xorris and his wife wero on board and had a thrilling experience in landing from the yacht in the height storm.. As the wind in. j creased ic was not safe to land in j their small boat used as a tender and tlu-y were obliged to stick to ihe yacht until she dragged near enough j to the shore when they threw them. selves into ihe water and waded to land. Fishing boats wore unprepared and as a result many were badly dam. aged by dragging to the shore where Alberta Realty Co Lethhridge Alberta f. B. ROLFSON ARCHITECT Room J Whitney Block. JAS. A. MACDONALD ARCHITECT Southard Block, Redpath Streev Lethhridge, Aita. 'THE MISSES BROOK Fashionable Dressmakers Children's Clothes and Plain Sawing 41 Argyle Avenue WOMEN'S TEMPERANCE UNION Meet in Methodist Wesley Church every third Friday in the month al 3-3Q p. m. Visitors always welcoiAe. MRS. A. E.'HUMPHRIES, Pres. MRS. CHAS. McCLENAGHAN, Sc-f' Secretary Lethbridge Lodge {39} 1 A. F. A. M.r G. R. A. Regular uieeung night, the third Thursday of each month in the Masonic Hall, P. O- Block, at 8 p.m. Visiting brethrt-n will always receive u hearty welcome. A.C.MESSER, G.V.STORKEY, W. M.' Secretary, P. 0. Box L-37 t Coal, Ice and t DRAYING I t J Western Transfer Co. J J-JuONG BROS.Proprietors J J Office opposite Balmoral Meeds Is! and ;Jrd Mend ns lettbridip Aerie la. S3? in K. of P Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren are cordially invited. S. G. DAYIES, W. P 24-ly T. J. WHITE, W. S I_EPH ONE: 63 they pounded heavily on the rocks. Many riots and traps are damaged and i r. por.s from fishing villages all along the coast tell of heavy damage t and loss. As a-result of the storm in I eastern Nova Scotia, Lieut. Gover.t Jor moving the mill to this [nnr Frnsf r s vacht is dnvpn high and just south of tho elevators and sta-! TT I dry an Bibs by s Head anti badly dam. lion. Pioneer Book Yesterday he visited the farm of O j Mr. Thorns IT. Woolford and today I is jjojng to Arthur Term's south. these gentlemen growers of Store OUR POINT OF VIEW Ottawa is chagrined because Bobs is not to visit that city. The only consolation it has is the fact that one of its bakers Kutinliort Our 20 per cent Discount Sale Continues arid is a Great Success grain and are j making n special feature of hand se- It-clcd seed i Messrs. Frank Crisman and W. II. i Rrown left t'ifJay for the Waterton A not.h'T. party wns mnuoiip 'of Messrs. E. Burton. Win. P.urton. illoattie. and H. They. They were I Ion ving last evening. Mr. A. Magrath is still in the LONDON'S TREASURER DEAD London, Ont.. Aug. Pope of tlu- city for twenty-six r.- i? dead. agrd. The Rchoomr JFaggie Bell owh_ d by Chisbolm of Oyster Pond. broke away from her moorings and s in a bad position an the it Red Head. The sehoonor Colonel Otter, was driven ashorf- on onu of the small! islands. DONATIONS FROM MANITOBA Winnipoc, Aug. city of innipeg donated five thousand dollars and Brandon six hundred .dol- lars to Jm- suff.-rers at Fernif. NURSING MRS. C. R. GREY nursi- ior engagements Can b found at Mrs. W. 0. Hutton's iil DROPPED DEAD ON STREET Halifax. N. S., Aug. El- lis operator office of Cable company bec-ime ill on the street yesterday and in a few minutes was dead. Heart disease supposed to be the cause of death. He was -19 years old and came her? Irvm 25 years ago. He leaves a widow and six children. by the increasing Bath Room have just received beautiful line and.artistic a wide Fixtures are finest, most plate, au4 you aould not interested in and 1 would be a have you call and them whether an intending or I W. 8C1PE u.m THE PlGTliSE RUMER Don't Risk Baby's Health With Cow's Milk Baby's Food should always b? the same to insure baby growing into a TO-V. hcnlihy, sturdy child. This is impossible dairy mS'k, which is a rr.lxturc from many cows. .1 Nestie's Food is always the same and ilie bosl nourishrrtcnt ror even ine youngest Infants. It never varies, may be obtained the -world over, mothers ti.ink they rr.usl rcmair. in the city all summer because they "cou.d not r-t the same milk for baby." With Nestles Food a: baby's diet, mother and baby may enjoy the or seashore together, tC i! S. >ar JJ the perfect substitute for mother's milk ar J requiror- only water to prepare. Larjc samnle of the ford and copy our nrv.- r.o-'sV Die Care and Fcwling of Infart i free on r -q-jiit. THE LESMING MILES CO. LIMITED. ST LAV.-RENCE BoutEVAao. MONTREAL 63 HARDWARE LETHBRIDGE ALTA. Canadian Order ot Foresters Cowl Ldibrtdge No. 262 Meets ih K. of P Hall hist Thnrsday of mouth. Visiting Brethren Welcome J.' F. ROGERS, O.K. A. S F.S. LETHBRIDGE LOUuc. nO. 3o C. B. P. O. E. MR ROTEl OWING ROOM Short Order Between Meals CARROLL DOYLE Meets on the month .tt 8.35 p.m. A. SHAKMAN. E. R. Tuesday of each M. PRIEST. Secretary. Lodge Pride of Alberta, No. 293. Sons of England Benefit Society in the oi Ha1.! every first thinl Tliursiljty in tlu-monCi at S p.m. ViHitinp rvthn-n Walter W. T. Uobinn, Box 57. Lethbridga Lodge No. NORTH-WEST ASSOCIATION OF STATIONARY ENGINEERS Meet in the Lnbor HUl evevy ecc rind fourth Mondays in the month. Employers requiring certificated en- gineers, and engineers out of employ- ment, would do well to communicate with us. ROBERT NGVTK. ChieL W. A. DICKSOrs, secretary. I ;