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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 21, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta llYHftftlOatv ALT FRIDAY, AUOUiT II. DtftyHeraM r J Printing at St. m. A. Dt 1.75 Jfi 1.61 _ _ _ de but" both nev and old address KINDLY ANSWER stamps as slander the manias, by mail year chanied Mr. made about his counec tion wivhtbe A. H. 1. Co.. and the lands secured by it from the govern lie asks his. 'friends and op- poults to accept his denial. Kr. Burrows, 31r, Turiff, Mr. Ad- ill'. Bilton and other Liber- als who have 'been -maligned by the Conservative press and speakers de- ny 'absolutely tlw charges preferred .them, and yet ilr. ilagruth his supporters go on charging that these gentlemen are grafters. the denials "of these gentle- .uien not as niwch right, to be- accept- ed as those maue by Conservatives? Does Mr. Magrath think these geutle- uiea are incapable of telling the truth and that all virtue of truth tell ing is possessed by Conservatives solely? of an old church in. Wales asked a party of uis o visit Ms parochial school. Aller a recitation he invited them to ques- tion the scholars, and one of the party accepted too invitation. "Little he to a auxi iau, you tell mo who ieorge Washington was the smiling reply. "K was a. 'Jierican "Quite right. Aud can. you tell what (Jeorge Wushtogttm v.'us luarkabie "Iss, 'E was remarkable 'cos e' was a 'Mericau an' told the trewth." The rest was siloutv; When Dawsou reached town tin) other day he was suddenly seiz THE RICH GROWING SOUTH John Herron, M. P., tells ot one fidd of winter wheat of 1700 owned by Wij. Ihvm Dobie, 'which A-ill easily average 35 bushels jwr aero. In this fteld buidors wen- at work Monday. ed with a terrilic toothache, he repaired at once to a dentist. In- vestigation showed that tho tc-oth was in such a condition thut tho only way to extract it was to'-put the sufferer under the in- fluence of gas. Consequently IMW.SOU threw himself back in the und the tube was applied. He did not succumb any too readily, but in the- course of time he was sleeping fully, tuid the offending molar wus removed. "How asked the patient after the ordeal was over. 'Ten said the dentist, business being dull. "It rourc-d Dawsou. "1'es, said "the dentist. was uu unusually hard job getting that tooth out, and you required twice the ordinary amount or gas." An elevator will be put up at ber by Vhfi Albertn Pacific Elevator Co. The trading post at Standoff is' situated on, a Urge stretch of rich bottom land lying between the river Kootenai aud the Belly, which rivers join a .short distance to the east. This .arge orea comprising acres, ig owned by Mr. Geb. Pearson, who formerly was in the tiuploy of the Coclirune Ranch Co. Teh" years ago Mr. Pearson over the trading post aud shortly nfk-r bought out the Oxley ranch which lies opposite. There is an id-al ranching and farm-! ing district of the richest bottom i land. Mr. Pearson is u joint rancher and farmer. He has 150 head cattle und 150 Clydesdale horses. Of those four two year olds recently iold for Last year the first iod of the Oxley ranch wag turned :iul 50 acres o! winter wheat were sown. This spring an additional 150 teres were prepared and sown to ipriug wheat-, aud Mr. Pearson now las 115 ucres of laud which will be needed down as as the m n can ind time (o do it. Harvest has be. on the winter wheat and Mr. 11 is rejoicing in a' magnificent of Bulletin. Another .-.r of Hardware ON TRACK TODAY Ite Bentley Co, ltd. Md feW i LETlSfilK! IN SMALL CHARGE Finer Arcfckisktp of IV rwto to ifl PROMPT ACTION The prompt action of the Alberta government in looking after the nine year old boy incarcerated at leod is deserving ol commendation. A. government that .shows as much concern for the unfortunates as it does for the larger works for in more fortunate circumstonc es -shows a desire to care for the people regardless of station, ilauy another government would not have thought it worth while bothering over a friendless incorrigible but with the Alberta government all are he paid up. ejaculated Dawson, as "Here's your'money, but- I tell you right now the next time I take gas froni you you've got to put a luetur on me." GREAT REMOVAL SALE OF BOOTS and SHOES AT GERMAN'S j MF equally tion. worthy of care and, JOHN HEBRON'S ADMISSION Jolin Herron's statement of the work of.the opposition during the last, session, of parliament was a. strange and striking admission of the policy of the Conservative party in Opposition, the Opposition Upon two occasions niade use of their Tabcr, Aug. Pearl Looui- is delightfully entertained at a "lin- en, and picture shower" yesterday, af- ternoon from 2 to 5, in honor of Miss" Geneva Wing. Thos present were the itisses Richie, White, Mc- Culluin, Primrose, Beck, Mrs. Looruis, Cunningham, ToVV> Sut- tou. Long and Casper. Excellent music was readered and dainty re- ireshmcr.ts served. Martiu Fidora, the Hungarian who threatened to annihilate his family the other day had. his hairing before Magistrate Aubin yesterday. Fidora paid. to the town, aud was dis- charged. As a result 01 eating cauned sal- mon recently, E. S. Bowcleu was attucKed with cramps and came suddenly ill. For a time physician and nurse considered Across the Belly river js the south- era portion of the Blood Indian Re- serve which in a'l comprises acres for the unrestrained enjoyment j of about Indians. From Staud. >ff to Cardston, a distance of twenty miles, the trail lies over one of the grandest siretches of upland prairie lhat ever nourished a wild Never a plow has dipped in this soil and yet it has potentialities as .great as Any that -can be found within, the prairie limits. .It is the nature of Mie white iinan to want what is with- held from him and many a "pale_. race" has envied what by treaty has the Indiane, "as long as grass grew or water runs." It may be left to the Indians to transform this area into waving wheat fields as has been done by them In a north- ern section of the reserve or it may pass to the white man to work his magic upon it. MaJcing all due al- lowance for future uncertainties this land will some day surely reveal its wonderful Bulle. fon. Mcfteown be- her her obstructing the progress of legislation. One of these was the famous -'original documents" dis- cussion aud the other was the ob- struction, of the amendment to the Elections Act. He said that the par- ty objected to the rushiug through of the hist! bill but though it meant the handling of three hundred mil- lion dollars worth of property they let it go through. The same was the case" with the bill providing for the All-Red Koute which belaid pledged the 'country to an expendi- ture of one hundred and fifty million dollars a year lor ten years. They had serious objections to the Mani- toba Boundary Kxtensions Bill, the South. African Volunteers Bill and others of great importance but thej allowed the government to put ihem all through. But with the first two it was a different matter. In the first they hoped to gain some infor- mation for political capital and the other affected the number of votes they hoped to get in the ue.vt elec- tion. They would hold up the l.usi- j for six months, payment strict ness of the country for the sake of j ly hi advance. The Herald provides gaining these two but would a daily of news from Tahor. the voting of hundreds of millions of' the country's money and the adop-! Tuter. Aug. iH-res of fall tion of far-reaching policies to go! wheat of Peter Hammer's has without making any -stnamous averaging SO.l hush- forts to gain their contention. per acre. The wheat is plump condition precarious in the- extreme. Today however, her condition, "is encouraging and strong hopes are entertained for her speedy recovery, The only real event of the week was the lawn ice cream social given under the auspices of the 'Ladies Guild of -St. Theodore's Church last evening, at 8 o'clock. The lawn was artistically decorated with Chinese and Japanese lanterns, casting their rays upon the tables that were elegantly spread and cov- ered. An exceedingly large crowd was in attendance. The ladies nett- ed a neat sum and deserve niurh it for their systematic method in handling the immense crowd. The grand display of the northern lights or the nurorea. horealis was witnessed by hundred of Taberites last night. J. Walton has been appointed agent for the Daily Herald at The imper is for one year, or Jas. M. Tanner, a prominent law- yer of Salt Lake City, styles himself an agriculturist. For the greater part of the year handles briefs for Utah clients but by the month of August he strikes for the Card-ton district to look after his farm. "I consider Cardston one oi the finest wheat d .ricts in the says Mr. Tan- ner. "In all travel through the countries of the world I have Ser vice Will iwttase the eicieucy of yoar prepared, placed asd deckel tie cost is trilicg, and you are relieved of all tfee worry. PHONE: 283 Toronto, Aug. Bov, Falji. or-Defwi.s O'Connor celebrated m in the litth- St. Basil's notitiate chap. ol on St. Clair avenue, in Deor Park. 1 After for yours officiating at the1 r.ios't of the Ro. man Catholic Cluych" throughout On- tario, the former archbishop has as. sunud the charge of the small here to await, as he himself stated hen he made out his resignation, he message from God. His duties there will b.; to cele. mass, while clerical students ake ilic place of a trained choir and a smvall wooden altar takes the place oi a costly mor'ole structure. It was jy his own wish that the beloved ate assumed the charge, and his re. tnaining days will be spent as he wished, carrying on the work on a small that has taken up the greater part of a long and useful life. It will not be a new charge to him, for, according to the priests wlio for years he governed, he nevir de- viated from the rule to which he was accustomed as a young levite, and the simple existence with its cbuu parative privations will be really what suits him best. The scholas. ticate where he is stationed is a sort of Irying-ont ground for young priests who spend a year there before they finally decide to enter the priesthood, and" it is there that they find out really whether they are called to the work. The work is light and espec- ially fitted to such a man as, Rev. Father O'Connor... .He could .have, if he so wished, retired to private life and seclusion, but he did nc.t con. sider this a fitting manner in which j to prepare for death, so doing his daily work in the little field of St. Basil's, attending to the spiritual wants of the Roman Catholic dents of Deer Park, he will peaceful. I ly. 'end his davs. Best Bargains in City Real Estate He Li brail M Iffict Ita ffctt IN raorcssioNAL CAMS OR. W. I. GALBRAITW Office 914 Redpath St. Before 9 a.m., 69 2-3 7-8 p.m. NURSING R. GREY Trained nurse open lot Can be found at Mrs. W. 0. Hutton's. Courtlaiul St... MADAM (OVchMtrai PiaimU) Teacher of pianoforte, organ, aud voice production. Visits or receivei prcpara or advanced. Coaching for HOUM, HAIilLTON i, YOUNG and Block. Ai bpffd Irrif Fma, Amkshm per aae, tke crop. Easy D.C.L., 8. Morten JOHM, 8, C L CONY8EARE JONES Barristers, Solicitor, Etc Ccnybeare Block. Alta. w. a SIMMONS BarrUttr, Office: Block. City of Medicine Hat ii and Moral Reform League. Mr. For- j tune is field secretary for the society and. is an enthusiast. He preached a very forceful sermon to a large au- dience at the Institutional Church Sunday evening. ,.A.t a meeting held utter the regular service a local branch of the league was formed. Mr. W. L. Ouimette was "elected chair man and J. Morrison secretary-trea- surer. An executive committee of six were also chosen. never seen a'district where the soil! Mr- w- B- Boaks'.new position as will stand more abuse or where the laws of nature may be violated with impunity." Mr. Tanner, who formerly was president of the Utah Stale Agricultural coll'ge, says that he nover saw such fine looking wheat fir-til- as there are district this year. "The soil has btv in the Carclston given the niin. inimn amount of preparation and yet j -Uacleotl- iho growth has marvellous. f i The fanners of the district are to keep to the highway in i -Uincr- district manager for the 41 Meat Market has made it necessary for him to move to Blairmore. Sorry to iose you Bob. Mr. Wm. Burton of the P. Bunu Co., has taken a position with his firm in Mr. JO. L. Crane, of the "Miner" stad, has returned to his rancM at ttacleod. Barret of Xelson has ac- po.sition with the Colemau showing wheat fields. They Miss the Boarding his speech he admitted tacitly that the policy of the Opposition was to gain party advantage at all costs and to let the government do as it liked with the country's interests. drive through waving ffrain which is "cr'neire Miss A. Holmes, brnslwa high on thft flanks of the hors_jw.ho is seriously ill at the Gnlt Uos- t-.s and b.-ata incessjnitly against'th T-ethbridire. ffashbnurd. The neck yoke piles the Mr' K- M- of Michel is the up and heaves it aside like a m'w thft -11 Meat Market, vivssfl ploupliinc through th wavvs. i Or' of Montreal is re- Tho stalks stand so thick in Dr- for two weeks, ground that after the outfit has pasJ wcsiwood is taking a well >fd through the grain closes in a.- c'd Vilcatio11- and from smut am! s-lls readily for fall planting ;it 00 nuts a bushel. K. S. Stnnderwick of Medicine..lint has secured a .position with the) the waiter does in the ivake of a st 'Hio management of the Miners' Hail and Opera House, has giv- with only f.jehle opposition from theiri Xorth U'est Jobbing and Commission ranks. The people did not need Herron's admission to see the Co.. at I1. Hammer, Tuber's wide launch. Everywhere it is wht-at! -What if some to Mr- John A- T'rice. A number the grain is crushed to the earth, it i.- I of ''la-vinff companies are being book- hut a microscopic fraction of whai for Theatre lovers may assured of plenty of entertainment. i ri'inains to fall hf'fore the oncoming chin Optiosition policy but the admission rvjdty tiealer, consuni.Ued a deal t.o- was singularly frank and day in disposing of Charley' A party with such u policy hanljl'in arros near Woodpecker to a weal-j ly be trustwl with the nfTiiirs of the! thy tU-nJer of B. C.. who will at country. The people want charge who think tnon- of th, try than of party inten-sts OUR POINT OF VIEW J. T. Schell. J.iberul for Olengarry is retiring. one of two brothers sitting in the House of Commons. It is not likeiy M. S. Schell. for South Oxford, will retire so Parlintnent is sure to have a Schell. Ontario is petting so naughty that it cannot accommodate all its sin-! ners in the Kingston Penitentiary] and the had chaps in Xcw Ontario have to sent to S-t.onoy Mountain of room to share in its Pon. bt-pn turning tho sod and the fpiartor section undnr i A largo number of ar, l.cthbridge today on business. The erection of poles for thr v ornmont, Telephone System from 'i fr to I.othhririgc was coinpltviHl dav. put s. Thrre and four of these- mn. liy this t'.me aro following r irfquick succession and t.hoy i nothing but gtvibblf ht-hind. 1 S" tliick stocKi the grain that the stoi.k.s stand correspondingly thick j nxv.-urinp th" aclwnt of the thresher.! TSiis insatiable macliinc will gorg. i its iikiuc this smson. Notice to Passengers The City Council- have made arrangements where- a Bus will meet the Spokane Flyer at COLERIDGE for con- veying passengers between that station and Medicine Hat at a nomiiial charge of 75c each. G. ADDISOK To MOORE Oirector and to Presbyterian Ohurch Office Phoue 102. Residence 136. F. 8. ROLFSOM ARCHITECT Room 9 Whitnsy Block. JAS. "A. MACDONALD ARCHITECT Southard Block. Rtdpath Strtet Alta, Notice E. ROBEKTS CityClerit RSNCHtRS Ull STOCKMEN LIVERY BARN TO EXCHANGE FOR Livery barn on Repna-Prince Al- bert brr.nch of C. N. Ry. with room for 160 head horses, in live town of 700 population, gooa scnool, coun- try well settled. Will take ?tock for part or full payment. For particu- lars see FORD TYLER Lethbridge Hotel, Lethbridge. THE MISSES BROOK Dressmakert Children's, Clothes and Plain Sewing Argyle Avenue WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN TEMPETRANCe U N ION Aleet in Metliodiat Wesley Church every third Friday fa the month at 3.30 p. m. Visitors always welcome, MRS. A. E. HUMPHRIES, MRS. CHAS. McCLENAGHAN, Secretary 88-0 W. R. BROWN Hotise painter, pa'por hanger, wood finisher, etc: Carriage Painting a Specialty Phone J24 25 Argyle Coleman On August 17th, 18t7i and ISth, the Pacific Railway will sell tickets to Vancouver, B. C., Victoria, 3. C. and New Westminster, B. C. at single fare plus for the rourxf it limit of twsnty days and a final retu-n 'l-mit of sixty days from the date of sale. Stop overs will be al. lowed within the going .and return, ing limits. Manager Stevens has ruit reported that the Ames picture show interfer- ed with crowd at the Bijou. The Philistine Is among the new arrivals at. the Pioneer Book Store Also KTltfi 13 flftntn H DIG IflLRCIILIC DddUl By Chns. Mair S, SI8F THE FICTBit HSMEi Coleman. Aug. and Mrs. Machim. with their boys, left i on Sunday morning for Spokane. After visiting for several months in different parts of the Western States J 1 they will return east to live. Their departure will bo rcprcttcd by n The Peace Improved for Windows aad Doors NoKubber No Felt Excludes Draughts, Dust, Smoke, etc. Renders Window Sash Noiseless and Easy Running. Saves Fnel 25 por cent I. BOX 642 Lethbridgt Lodge (39) A. F. M., G. R. A. Rtgular meeting night, the thiro Thursday of each month in Nthe Masonic Hall, P. O. Block, at R p.m. Visiting brethren will always receive a hearty welcome. G.V.STORKEY. Secretary, P. 0. Box W7 A.C.MESSEU, W. M. Coal, Ice and PRAYING Western Transfer Co. LONG BRQS.Proprietors Office opposite Balmoral PHONE 63 IP i Meets and 3rd Mondays in K. of V Hall at 8 o'clock. Visitinn brethren are cordially invited. S. G. DAVIES, W.P 24-ly T. J. WHITK, W. S Canadian Order ot Foresters tort i large of friends as Mr. Ma- ahly known. j Mr. J. T. Manthorno. wife and fnm ily. have left for Rosthcrn, Sask.. i Mr. Mnnthorne having accepted n po- sition with the Hiph School of that town. Mr. Manthorne ably filled the position of principal of tho school here for more than a year. i Trie is visited this week i hy Rev. w. O. W. Fortune in l.he i interests of the Alberta Temperance SATISFACTION That's what every job we do guarantee to please you, for we thoroughly understand our business. We have a largo stock of Wall Paper at our and see it. See as for Painting, Paper Hanging, House Decoraiinf, Kaistuminf, etc. WELLINGTON BROS. Corner Cutbill and Lethbridge by the increasing Bath Room have just received line and artistic a wide Fixtures are finest, most plate, and yon could not interested in and would be a have you call and them whether an intending or II No. 262 Meets- ii> K. of P Hall lust T h u rsday of month. Visiting Brethren Welcome F. ROGERS, C.R F.S. Short Onkr Between Meals CARROLL DOYLE LCTHBRIDGE '-OUut 3d C. B. P. O. E. Meets on s< conti Tuesday of each month at 8.15 p.m. E. A. SHARMAN, M. PRIEST. E. R. Secretary. Lodge Pride of Alberta, No. Sou of ExfliM Inefit Society in tho of PythiB- flrwt and third Thtrndaj in the month at S p.m. Visiting always wel come. Walter Fred T. Robins, W. PrMiitanlt Box 57. Ledge NORTH-WEST ASSOCIATION OF STATIONARY ENGJNEERS Meet in the Labor Hall evevy sec- nnd And fourth Mondays in the month. Employers requiring certificated eu- gineers, nnd engineers out of employ- ment, would do well to comlnanicaU with as. f ROBERT NEVIN. Chiel W. A. DICKSON, Secretary. 44-Ifrd-w ;