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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 12, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LtTHfftlftaH, Dtfly at. irTMif0! A. ftUCHAMAM. ttftor. Dt 2J6 1JI aired; but both oew and old oaut be f irea. Duly, ftix by hm moutiu. Haral4. ope. "I weut to make niy home with a friend (a 1 was years of age, aud stayed with him uu- UM was sakl Nathan Bay Scott, United States Senator iroiu to. an iutervitwtr. was to to. look 'for aud mat on the seventeenth St. Patricks' said to me, as he handed th? little money me: CUSTOMS REGULATIONS 'tfV 9V' Animatf of Stock Oa July 1st there came into effect uow regulations regarding the cus- toms entry of animals impovUid. into Canada lor the improvement of stock. Car of MR. SIMMONS' SPEECH Hri speech. stamped him as an iu- more so thau Mr. Hagruth, who, while clautiing to uu independent tuiuker, has uot, iu any of bis public utterances up to the.present, .so far as wo-know, dis- approved of any part of the platform of the Conservative party or criti- cized uuy action of that party hi or out of power. Ou the other hand Mr. Simmons was absolutely frank, iu dealing with the issues. He admitted certain land deals were deals that Mr. Magratii has uot disapproved. Mr. Simmons also declared that the fair wage officer did not have wide enough powers, and also that the Compensation Act should be admin- istered under the same system as the Railway Commission. There was no hedging by Mr. Simmons. He says what he means and means what he says. He is prepared to differ with Ms party when he considers it is. in the wrong and to take advanced ground en certain questions, even If his party has not declared itself. A perusal of Mr. Simmons' speech should convince the reader that ilr. Magrath has not an option on in- dependence of thought, ilr. Simmons does not boast but he proves by hi? words and his actions that he is a highminded and absolutely, clean pub- lic man, endeavoring to serve the best interests of the people. At Edmonton he has not, been bound tight to the party and its leaders. On the other hand he has in several especially this mat- ter of labor legislation, mapped out his own course and convinced his party that he was right. the history of the labor legislation in this province is written, by an unpre- judiced pen a great deal oi the credit for-the laws upon our statutes will be given the member for Lethbridge. The labor men can count on Mr. Simmons being their loyal friend at Ottawa as -be has been at Edmon- ton. a icrtuue, in 1860, Heretofore all certificates of regis. i day oi irution which werq apparently gen. nine were accepted by custom oflicers for the purpose' of free entry. Under the new Peculations either a Canad- ian certificate regis'.rati'-'U or an import certificate as ihe ease may be must be presented. Canadian certificates of registra- tion must be presented at the Port of Entry for the following classes and CATTLE Shorthorn, Ayrshire, Hereford, 'French Canadian, Gallo- way, Aberdeen-Angus, Red Polled, Jersey, Guernsey and Holsffin. HORSES Clydesdale, Hackney, Percheron, BeL i good boy. Remember thut it is not what th eats that will make tliee fat, but what thee digests .well. Remember, it is not what thee reads, but the kind of reading that thee do s aud retains that will make thee a smart man. It uot what thee earns that will make thee rich, but it is what thee saves. Farewell." Aud handtd me as a parting gift a 25c p.nknife. "But the advice he gave con- tinued Senator Scott, "on leaving, was worth thousands of dollars to me in my future life." fc.c. An honest farmer who lived near Gre nevilk, N. Y., in the forties was congratulating himself over the free- dom of his cattle from the epizootic which at that time was raging in that county when a herdsman ran up breathless aud reported that on of his best oxen was dead, dead of the epizootic. "So, he's dead, is he, Bill. .Wai. always was a cantankerous old beast. glan aud French Canadian. PONIES-Shetland, Welsh, New Forest, Polo and Riding, Exrnoor, Connemara uud Hackney. SWINE Yorkshire, Berkshire Chester-White, PoUmd China, Duroc.Jersey, 'Essex and Vic toria. Lincoln, Ox ford Dowu, Dorset, Southdown Hampshire and Leicester. The Canadian Records for all breeds with the exception if that for Hoistein cattle are con- ducted under tlie Canadian National Records, Ottawa. The Holstein Ri-c- ar Just Received Tie Bsutley Ca ltd, iotn Itattoy; bltt Desigusftud Novel- ties iu Ink Drawing Piper Rubber T. Piur Special Weis Vertical and Transfer The largest and beat liue of Papeteriea in Sou- thern Alberta City of Medicine Hat Take hide off and sell it at the is located at St. George, Out. tannery for what you cau get." Hall au hour later another ox died of the plague and the fact was report- ed. there old ox always was a gol darned stubborn said the farm r. "He wouldn't gee and he wouldn't haw. Take his hide off, and sell it at the tannery, Bill, for what. you can get." Soon after another ox died and then another and another. Things began to look serious and ;ven the old man's optimism waned. The last announcement, left him silently shak- ing his head. His wife had heard the ill news. She was of a self-condemning styl- oi morality and she soothed her husband by telling him that this af- fliction was a judgment of Heaven! on him for'his wickedness. The farmer turned this thought over in his mind, heaved a sigh and observed: "Wai, mayba you'r right, Martha. Mayb you'r right. I am a wicked man. But if I owe Heaven a judg- ment and it's collecting debt, all I can say is it's the cheapest and coolest way for me s ttle I know in making 'application for the-- reg- stration of an imported animal the r'oreign certificate of registration of in imported animal in addition to he usual application must be for. warded. There are from time to tune auu nals imported into Canada of breeds cor which there are no Canadian rec. f Ee'cord of one of the following rt )gnized foreign Horse Society, (Great Cleveland Bay Hotice to II II The City Council have made arrangements where- by a Bus will meet the OUR POINT OF VIEW The big corporations want to get in cheap foreign labor from across the line for construction wort but the Liberal government has put .its foot down on the idea. Their are plenty of men on' this side the line to engage for this class of work, is the government's reply. Labor men should keep the government's ac- tion in mind. JLt shows that it pre- fers to protect the workingmen of Canada rather than cater to the wishes of the powerful corporations. FERN IE CATHOLICS LOSE MUCH IN FIRE Rev. Father Lacombe Investigates Conditions and Makes a Statement Mr. Simmons is a fighter. The land question has been cast political arena and he is prepared to dufend the course of the Liberal gov- ernment and at the same time show up some of the deals made on the other side, in which his own dis- trict was concerned. The Conservatives will be sorry be- fore the campaign is ended that they ever mentioned "land deal." Does it pay to own the eiectnc light plant? For a reply just refer to the profit of made by the Edmonton municipal plant in seven months. Why shouldn't Lethbridga own its own plant and stand to make money in the same proportion? (Calgary Albertan.) Rev. Father Lacombe, the pion er Catholic missionary in Western Can- ada, returned to the city yesterdaj after spending a few days in Ferni and fire-stricken points in southern B. C. Speaking of conditions in Fernie, h stated the church lost heavily, only the priest's house and contents be ing saved from the conflagration, th church, v stments, etc., and othe outbuildings being completely de stroyed. At the present time upward of 35 people are being sheltered i rectory, and any contributions in tended for the stricken members their church in Fernic might be ten dertd the parish priest her-, wi see such donations reach their destinations. It i.s understood that it is the in tention of the Catholics of Ferni t commence rebuilding at sibly on a much larger than th former structure. We question whether any city of similar size did anything like as well as Lethbridge in the treatment of the Ferniu suflercrs. Altogether this city raised in cash an'' In ad- dition a good many hundred dollars worth of clothing were forwarded to the stricken people. It is up to Mr. Ivcs to prove that the Herald's denial of the- charge that the school books are cd in an unfair shop, is without foundation. The Herald's source oj information is the Morang Book Co and we really I Relieve it ought to know more about the partir-s print- ing and binding the books than the worthy Conservative campaigner. 3orse Society of Great Britain and Yorkshire Coach Horse So. of Great Britain and Ireland Vmerican Morgan Register Associa- ion; American Saddle Horse Breed. irs' Association; American Trotting 32- Register Association; Commis. on des Agriculteurs de France "rench Commission des Stud took des Chevaux de Demi-Sang French LandwirthschaftlL hen Hauptverein fur Ostfriisland German Zuchtverband des udlichen Zuchtgebietses (German Verband dur Zuchter des Oldesburger eleganteu Schwererr [utschierdes (German Ver- band der PferdeZuchtsr in den Hol_ teininchen Jferschein Cattle Society 5t Scotland; Kerry and Dexter Eerd took (Dublin, Sussex Jerd Book Society (Great ?oled Durham Breeders' Association TJnited National Polled Hereford Breeders' Association (Unit- d Black Pig Society, at COLERIDGE for con- vey in g passengers between that station and Medicine Hat at a nominal charge of75ceach. E. ROBERTS City Clerk LETHBRIDGE ALTJL Best City Real W. i. QALBRAITH 914 tediMth St. Before 9 a.m., W g-3-7-d p.m. NURSING MHtt. C. R. QREY Trained nurse opea for ongagementi. Can bs fouud at W O. Button's, Courtland Bt. Iff ia Itaft fUn 111 Coal, Ice and PRAYING West era Transfer Co. LONG BROS.Proprietors Office opposite Balmoral .'.L.EPHO N.e: MAUAli NORMAN (Orchestral PianiiU) Teacher of pianoforte, tod voice, produ-etiou. f ViaiU or receives or advanced. for exami. Howard HOUM, Crabb Strot. HAMILTON It YOUNG nd Block. B. Jgpti; B. C. L CONYBEANE JONES Bttirnten, SoHcitori. Etc. Office: Block. Atta. W. C. SIMMONS BarrUtcr, Etc. Office: Southard -Block.- per ncUMC tW oif. Easy (Great Sheep Society, Grc-at Kent and Romney Marsh Sheep Breeders' Association (Great Wensleydale lioug- wool Sheep Breeders 'Association, (Great. Black Face Sheep Breders' Association (Great Goat Society. Centrale d'Agricul- ture des Deux Sevres Stud Books or Jacks and Jannets of Spain. To secure free custom entry for an animal so recorded it is necessary to forward to the Canadian National Records, Ottawa, the foreign certi- ficate of registration. The Account- ant of the Canadian National Bec_ We welcome everybody to our store dur- ing Lethbridge Fair A full stock of all kinds of Groceries, Fruit and.Con- fectionery on hand While at the fair drop in aud try our ICE CREAM THE GOOD CO. WHOLESALE AMD RETAIL FRUIT AND PRODUCE i i R. G. ADDJSON To B. C, MOORE Director ,nd Presbyteriih' 102. Hesidencti IX flj P." B. ROLFSON ARCHITECT Room B Whttnty JAfi. A. MACOONALD .ARCHITECT Southard Block, Uthbridgt, ARa. attached an import certificate which will be authority to the customs offi- cer to admit the animal duty free. A will return to the importer the j nominal charge will be made by the foreign certificate to which will be National Record for this service. Pioneer Book Store KING MEETS KAJSER CronhyurbnU, Aug. Ed- wanj horn at 0 o'clock and was m t at the station by Emperor William and his suite. nnd Emperor kissed each other on both cheeks and embraced in most cordial manner. After the monarchs had beon introduce d to each other's! suit; s the king nnd emperor entered an open antomobil and were driven to the Frc-ideriohhef Castle where '.licy hftd Q long talk before lunch. Our 20 per cent Discount Sale Continues and is a Great Success mrm mm Eke Asstrtncnt. wortk for 4 4 THIS COUPON IS WORTH Blue Ribbon, Dept. H. 3 85 King St. Winnipeg. I enclose for Trial Assortment of, BLUE RIBBON Goods. through my grocer as below. Write very plainly. THE BENTLEY CO., LTD. Ltthbridge, My Name My Addreaa This Coupon is not good af- ter Aug. 31. 111 STOCXNER LIVERY BARN TO EXCHANGE FOR STOCR- Livery barn on Al- bert brrich of C. N. Rv. with room for leo liead horses, in live town of 700 population, good school, coun- try well settled. Will take Hock for part or full payment. For particu: Inra see FORD TYLER Hotel, The University of Alberta ST8ATHCONA, ALTA. Classes, open 23rd, 1906. Courses offered leading to B.A. and B.Sc. Itegiees. Four scholarships of each open for competition at the Matric- ulation Examinations in Septsmbcr. For particulars write the President of the University, Strathcona, Alta. THE MISSES BRQOK Fashionable Dressmakers Children's Clothes and Plain Sewing 41 Avenue WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN TEMPERANCE UNION Meet in Methodist Wesley Church every third Friday in khe month at p. in. Visitors always welcome. MRS. A. E. HUMPHBIES, Prea MK8, CHA8. McCLENAGHAN, SecreUrj To let you try these liigh-giade goods, we have arranged vith the manufacturers to make this remarkable trial offer. Cut Out Coupon above, pin a Dollar Bill to it, and mail to BLUE RIBBON LIMITED, WINNIPEG (not to and they will deliver to through tis, the complete assortment of full size packages as below, so that yOv may try these High-grade goods for yourself Trial w. R. BROWN House painter, paper hanger, wood finisher, etc. Carriage Painting a Specialty Phone >124 52 Argyle (30) A. F. A. M., Q. R. A. meetiug. night, the thirO Thursday of each month in Masonic Hall, P.. 0, Block, at 8 p.m. Visiting brethren will always receive a hemrty welcome. A.C.MES8ER. G.V.8TORKEY. W.- M. Secretary, F. Afeeta and Ptd M ond aya inK. of P Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren are cordially invited. S. G. DAVIES, W.P 24-ly- T. .T. WHITE, W.-S 1 lb. Blue Ribbon Cofie 1 lb. Ribbon Tea. 1 tin P.lw Ribbon Baking Powder. 3 pkps. Ribbon Jelly Powder. 1 Bottle Blue Ribbon Extracts. 1 Bottle B R. Concentrated Essence. Do not Delay. Send Coupon now white oar Stock is fresh. Offer expires August, 31st. Only one assortment to a customer THE BENTLEY COMPANY LTD. Wholesale and Retail General Merchants, Lethbridge r PROMPTED by the rapid- ly increasing demand for Bath Room Fixtures, we have just received a very beautifnl line of new and artistic covering a wide range of prices. The Fixtures are of the finest, most durable nickie plate, and such that you could not but be interested in their beauty and utility. It would be a pleasure to have you call and ex- amine them whetheryou are an intending pur- chaser or not. Ptae33 JL C. W. GRAY LETB8KE Canadian Order ot Foresters No. 262 Meets iii K. of P Hall last Thursday of month. Visiting Brethren Welcome J. F. ROGERS, C.R A. NEIDIO, JP.'B. LCTHBRIOGE WO. C. B. P. O. E. Meets on the second Tuesday of each month at 8.15 p.Gi. E. A. 8HARMAN, M. PRIEST. E R. Becretory. First-class Gafe fN TIKI HTU HIM tM Start Order Between Neils CARROLL DOYLE Lodge Pride of Alberta, No. 293. rjMJftM in of Pythian Hall third io woBtJi At 8 Visiting livrJirvn alwajt wei Walter Appl W T. Bor 57. NORTH-WEST ASSOCIATION Of Meet in the Labor Hall erwy and and fourth Mondays in month. Employers certificated en- gineers, and out of employ- ment, would do well -to with m. ROBERT NEVIN, ChteL W. A. DICK30N, SecreUry. ;