Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 18, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta
OUT ot aw fiandtifdd both Turriff. OMB always Murely much aO. MHJI AIM MlkMV M. P.'S or orfor, to rua for Of COMKNM. TO BLOCK TEE EVIDENCE WHICH PROVED THE TWO MEM- BERS PERFECTLY GUILTLESS OF HIS ABOMINABLE DtPUTA TlOKS them. It wuat to any impartial critic, M to ba that Aawe's lor uoiiig to discredit through being brother-iu law to Sifton, an U to have had nothing personal agaiuftt Jiurrows, Turrifl, Mr. Hubert B. Amw, a mean-1 sif ton, his attempted atisaaalnatiou if bul badly misled and mfsiaforw-J ol their being merely.de- 1 L-iiifu I -surifr hlii MiJl- THE MAGIC LANTERN young -Couaervatlve M. P. is. to talk to the electors of Lethbridge to- morrow, iiis topic fe stock in trade .ca the Conservative par ty at the present With the aid 61 a magic pictures on draw the is go- lof to .uutke an effort to imprest.the public that he uiore about tlw timber limits and of Western Caaada than, .the people of Western Caaada. in fact he will endeavor to convince hie hearers thut he is the fountain head of- knowledge- on matters. L Mr. Ames. pretends 10 be aa apostle of purity though he in of the.cal- Wells Dnwlbg Paper Rabbet T Special Bmdert ertioiil FihM and Trantter .The Wit line of Papeteriea iu Sou- thern Alberta TRACK TODAY U heard frm" majority.' A with a lead ol Wty riday night likely to pafiaed an soon aa all places were heard from. The LHhbridge and Cardeton irwapactirf of wd much rtapected and hooontd Prtntiar ol Alberta. to visit from him at M, but at pariad, whin they will to show him folds of grata of which they ao rightly proud. Tin Premier wm tlw, ever his eye upon ia the coun- try coverx this week. south is glad to eutertalu the Premiar. It admires his sterling honesty aad prociates his endeavor to serve the whole people ,aiid uot the political party represents. The legislation since he came iu'o power has Best GAUM Oft. W. t. QALMIAITH Physician. OAoe 914 Eedpath St. a.m. 'Fhooe M 7-8 p.m. MRt.'C. Trained nurse open lor Qao be fcwfid at W. 0. Courtlaad 8r, Real IK we] ML tut ibre of: .George Kulos Foster, J ohii Haggsi-t, W, Fowler, H. Bea- uett and others, .who have not to iUako a few dollars on west- ern'lands. Butlnov as to itr, Ames and b4s campaign of slander. It is not so very long ago that- the Conservative press quoted Thomson, the Canadian correspondent of the Boston Trans- cript and some statements he had made about the Liberal goveruihenl with much glee; Thomson, is an able writer and wields an independ- ent pen, having no regard for cither party. Recently lie devoted his at- tention, to the by Mr. Ames; and as yet the Conservative press has not given space to 31r. Thomson's letter. 3Ir. Thomson rid- dies the Montreal M. P.'s charges fore and aft. Mr. Thomson in his letter points out that Mr. Ames' charges were in the .main that pretty much all the timber in the Canadian West had been '.given. away to friends of the ministry, at Ottawa; and that most or, much pf it had been collusively bestowed on a Mr. M. P., brother-in-law to Mrv Sifton, who ceased to be Minis- ter of the Interior some four years ago. _, "Mr. Burrows has been a lumber- man for twenty-nine Mr Thomson points out. "it was his way of business long before Mr. Sif ion became Minister. Burrows had to get limits from the Dominion go vernmcnt because that government is trustee of all _the Western lands and "Ames certaliJy has deserved se- vere treatment, but his only puaUh- men ts are: to be cursed by fel- low-oppositiouisU; whom he inveigl- ed into believing he could and would "make and who had to back hi ia up in order to try to save mis silly face; (2) to be laughed-at by the cunning Ministerialists, who drew him on "by reserving their defence and their evidence until he had gone so deep into the mire that he could not get out without a mess of it all over him. "Of course substantial justice has promoted by the Ministerialist adroitness, since the electorate watch na Teressa will in full cowboy und .Indian roslumos will render a numlxsr of difTcront songs. The ones entitled "San and "Big Indian Chief" will Iwj the sen- sations of the evening as she fea- tures all her songs of this character. Whitney. Raley, 2, Fred 1. Mrs. J. Whit-! xm tug limn- )V SO manipulating tenders am! cheques a's to make Burrows the hitfhc-st tender- er. Turrifl was snid to have nponorl the tenders secretly. It looked rv dreadful." remembered that in the first elec- tion in that province first returns sn- a victory for Haultain. but "But when the evidence rame in it was clearly proved that Turriff had not secretly or prematurely or wrong fully in any way opener! or meddled tenders. IL proveiJ that Burrows had not revised his bids, that he could have had: no in- formation of the bids of his compe- titors, that his cheques wei-e drawn, dated and hank-accepted bcfom the tenders were :n, and therefore, of Tnrriff could know what they were; and that in a over which Amos specially snorted Burrovt-'s chpoiifis hnd onr accept oil forty-two days Iwfore the day of tendering. TX SHORT AMES'S WHOLE FABRIC OF IX- N'TIEXDO HAD BEEX R.VSED OX SUSPICIOXS. THAT ORDINARY BUSINKSS PROCEDURE ITAD XOT tho polls soon changed the! Poppies. Mrs. D Asters, 1. W. Johnston. Diantiius (pink) ney. Xasturtium, 3, Mrs. W. H. Hohson.l 2, Fred Johnston. j Sunflower, D, J. Whitney. i Best flower garden, planted and car; ed for by child of 16 or under, not less than 100 square feet., 1, W. E. j Rnlcy, 2. Fred Johnstonc, 3, Tom Hamilton. DAIRY PRODUCTS situation. Thc companies always receive the news first from j polls where the telegraph line taps j and in sending out returns the C.P.! R. forgets to mention that the "polls-CLASS XXIX. _____ Crock.or tub butter, 10 His. or over, J, Convent. 1 1 Ib. roll or print butter, 1, Mrs. D. j J. Whitney. 2, Convent. CLASS XXX, MEATS POULTRY i Pair dressed rockernls, S. .Tones. Eggs. hrowTi. 1, W. H. Paw-i son -Jr.. 2, W. O. Hutton. Eggs, white, 1. S. Jones, 2 J. Whitnev. The Nterta Railway and Irrigation Company Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THE MARKET The Philistine Is among the new arrivals at the Pioneer Book Store 4, Also "Tie IftkMric lasii" By Chas. Mair I, SKE lots totk if tte Eailntf mi Wot ofVstiiiisterll FROM EACH Also a iew Acre Lots East of Westminster Road, each PROMPTED by the rapid- ly increasing demand for Bath Room Fixtures, wehave juat received a very beantifulfilne of new and artistic designs covering a wide range of prices. The Fixtnroa are of the finest, moat durable niekle olr.te, and such .that you could not but be interested in their and utility. It would be a pleasure to have you call and ex- amine them whether yon are an intending pur- chaser or not-. Meets 3 si and i'rJ Mo uduv? ink. of I' ..-llfill at 8 o'clock. Visiting bretliren are c-ordially hivilcd. iS. G. DAVIES, W.T 24-ly T. J. WHITE, W. 8 Canadian Order ot Foresters C.W.GRAY HARDWARE 1HWOKE ALTA. Ho. 262 Mei'.ts in K. of 1> Hull last T li u rsday of month. Visiting Brethren Welcome J F. ROGERS, C.R A. NElDIGr, F.S. LCTHBRIDGE nO. M C. B. P. O. E. Meets on the second Tueaday of each oath mi p.m. r E. A. SHAKMAN. .M. PRIEST, E. R. 8ecteUry. CLASS XXXI. DOMESTIC PRO- DUCTS Cultivated fiuits, jellies, I, Convent. Cultivated fruits, preserves, 1, Mrs. W. IT. Rohson, 2, Convent. Home Mnrie Uread, white, 1, Mrs. A. Shaw. 2, Mrs. W. P. Acton. Home made bread, brown, 1, Mrs TERMS EASY Interest 6 per cent, per annum One-thinl cash, one-third fi months, balance 12 months. U First-class Cafe THEI m Stat Order Bctwctfi fells CARKOLL DOYLE Lodge Pride pf No. 293. taif Eqlnl faefit Wet) Umt tW Kn'ml.tn of Pjtkia- Hall crerjr Int and third Thnrvdaj in 8 p.w. Fairing maw. Boi 67. Of NOftTH-WEST ASaOGIATION STATIONARY ENQINCERf Meet in the Labor Hall CTAT see- nnd and fourth in month. roquiring certificated eii- gineera, and oat of employ- ment, would do well to commnnicaU with M. HEvIii, W. i. DICK80N, Secretary.