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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 20, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta A DEFORMED CITIZEN ttf Uvful at _ Jl r A L_ L _ J Ot Daily, oet tfj. nootha. by ehjuofed u ufteo IJI l.le .86 bo4h JMV tod utt be given. M de- A FALSE STATE If Use Conservative party is to be by ..'the' people by tho breadth of mind ami tbe truthfuluoss of staus la their criticism of the govern they found sadly waju- lug. D. it; for Mac- douaid, in a speech accepting renoui- iaattdu, is reported iu the Winnipeg Telegram to have criticized IIou. ncy Fisher's policy with regard to Experimental farms thus: "Mr. .Fisher has since established! two in, the province of Alberta, two garden .patches; he has '.only pur- chased .a quarter section for each of the farms. He is waiting until some of his grafting Stanley- of St. Thouuis, Hill CYcst bridge, last tn the niiustomi, an um- brella belonging' to a genUeman with a rib and bouo haiuile. NOT EASILY COKNERED fFroui M. A. P.) Dr. Maciiauiara, M.P., has toe Ir- ishman's quiet turn ot the tongue, which at times stands him in good stead politically. At a recent election meeting he was tackled by a woman, who inquired: "Are you in favor of rejiealing blasphemy replied tho doctor, "I'm a ''Would you give every woman a asked another. "Kvery woman should have either a vote or said Dr. Jfucna- maru. do you is there amiy money in goats? Ilaimigaiir-rThere is in thot one. lie uUi jne pocket bock this Pinpher Creek 3tr. Webb, principal of the irieuub get; High School, is in town today, hav- T-- 0 n n a- possessioa Of the chosen lands and stopped off here to seu his friend, thtu ia accordance with the record Rev. llr. Finhiy. Mr. Webb is on his of the government he will purchase j way back from Kernic where he went at A fabulous price am! make you pay the cost." One of these "garden Is located, .at Lethbridge and consists of four hundred, acres. Mr. Fisher did, not wait for his .''graltiny friends" to get it before he purchas- ed it as it was the free gift of the Alberta Railway and Irrigation Com- pany. The adjoining lands are own- ed by the same company which can hardly be accused of any particular friendship to the present government, all the criticisms advanced again- ou a sad errand, being a cousin of who was burned to death there. A gang of men arrived in town last night to paint the iron bridge which spans the creek here, and start ed to work this morning. This gang has been at similar work, for a cou- ple of months, starting at Medicine Hat. They painted the bridges ac- ross the south fork of the Old Man River before coming to I'incher Creek Revs Finlayi of Piucher Creek, Cook "of Suminerx'iew and Bishop of st the government have no Fishburn. leave tonight for Lcth- rnore foundation than this one, the Conservative party had better stop trying to criticize and get busy mak- ing a constructive policy to see if bridge to attend a district meeting of the Methodist Church. The Knights of Pythias iiuVc de- cided to have a on Mon- carrying into effect. they can possibly devise something I day, Sept. ?th. On this data the better than what the government is j first pilgrimage of the first temple, Alberta of the D. 0. K. K.'s takes place and to entertain the vis- iting brethren the local lodge has arranged to have a laughable base- hall game in costume. The prize is a chunk of meal for A COTTAGE AT BANFF A personal paragraph in Winnipeg papers conveys the information that! LeTHBRSOQl, A MR. MAGRATH MAKES AN OFFER from Front brought down iiV the last days ofrtho session. But the 'Opposition stuck on the "original documents" affair and heid up lousiness for two wec'ks. The Act 10 amend the Elections Act was the last straw. The Government e.oakl rush through the others but when it came tc Baling the votes of the people, they having nothing to the Opposition object- ed and had been prepared to stay by the fight all year if necessary to save the franchise of the The Act applied to thirty-six seatsi which, if the Government had had its way have, of necessityA. gone by clamation to the Government as it would have been useless for the Op- position to put in a candidate. The Liberals try to make out thai the Op- position made the people pay dearly tor the obstruction.. He knew what it cost the members personally but did1 not think the difference in cost i.o ilie country betwteu u three months ami an eight months- session would .be.over Mr. Magrath Speaks C, A. Magrath, the Conservative candidate was the last speaker and provided the feature of the meeting. In acknowledging Mr. Herron's laud: .itory remarks, he said that Mr. Her. a evidently had not been in LeUi. bridge during the past week. Aft.r the .description he heard Mr. Sim- mons give of him (the he hardly knew himself. Simmons evidently going into the same LTA.. TMU H S D A V A U Q U S T ft, I til the cottage at) tne tiger. This event will be follow- Banff is to be occupied. Surround- ing that cottage there is an almost tragic story. Few visitors to the summer resort have ever seen the quaint little. home for it is hidden away iu the trees near the C.P.R. hotel. Tt was a gift of the C.P.R. to the Bareness Macdouald, then Lady Macdonald, wife of Sir John A. Prime Minister of Cana- da. It was prepared for the occu- pancy of Sir John and his wife. The furniture, chosen by Lady Macdonald was shipped from the was never uncased, for the old chieftain was taken suddenly ill and To this 1393 until furniture has remained in the pack-i ing cases in the cottage. Lady Mac- donald never visited the cottage since her distinguished husband's death, and never ordered the furniture to be removed, sold or stripped of its covering. But now the cottage in its picturesque hieing place amongst the trees of the National Park, js to be opened and occupied by a bridal couple, and what has. been an abode of desolation and mystery, will soon become a place of joy and happiness. ed by a football match between Pin- cher Creek and the Peigan. Indiana. In the evening the parade of the Da- kies takes place. While referring to the K. Or P.'s it might he of inter- est to note the fact that C. E. Wy- chancellor comrnar.fler of Pin-. cher Creek lodge, is in receipt of a very nice letter of thanks from the Fernie lodge for financial aid Tender- ed. Mr. Jno. Herron, M. P., left yester day for Calgary where he will attend the Ames-McCarthy meeting. He will visit several portions of his constit- uency before he returns. Black Spring Black Spring Valley, Aug. lovely e-ol morning and the farmers are taking advantage of it by being out