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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 24, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDQl, MONDAY, AUGUST 14; iffi DtUr Hetftld Printing Alto. W. A. iUOMANAN. Oi Daily. MI thraa JJi IM Ml I.T6 otteo de- aind; but both row old addreai> be given. against huu is proot that tHe fearleM public man, who aims to 46 his "duty and aerve the the strongest maii a party can possess. Turcotte, theTiegiim carpet beater, ran agjxinst something iie could- n't Lake, Sask., and that was ilok A. Turgeon. No doubt it was because'the Brit- ish government had knifed their orts to get woman'suffrage that the suffragists imprisoned in Hplloway THE RICH AM) GROWING SOUTH Duly, MX ukoathft, bjr mail by i t The Edmonton- Bulletin .staff repre- sentative writing from Piucht-r Creek, says: Just out of the town J. A. San- green U cutting a stand of winter wheat. Last yoar the land of his farm yielded 55 bushels to the acre berta Red and 20 bushels to the acre of spring wheat. Dolphus Cyre and Fred Pellet ier have their grain in stocks, the lutter being on.? of the CUTTLE FISH HYPOCRISY Webster says, "The cuttle fisli has the power of ejecting u black ink likje fluid from a'bug .or'.sac, so si to darken the'..water and conceal It self from pursuit." This opening of a spleen bag of black, gall to hide its true position is not confined solely to the cuttle fish. Nature. was kind to the cuttle fish In making this pro- vision but nature has been Imposed upon and the cuttle fish has becu robbed oi" its patent. -There are mem bers of the political fraternity who are using the same methods to hide their own positions and direct the attention of the people elsewhere. It must be obvious to the thinking inliul that the repeated cries of "Scandal, Boodle. Graft, Rotteness, which have been from the Opposi- ail scratched 011. the knives in ihdtJQrst to cut in" the' district. MO.'the iistitution the words, "Votes for left j j Braniff has 'a large field women." which is ripening aud almost read) to cut. Away to the right a whea field may be seen on the extrem summit of the ridge, where it seem to have outdistanced all others in th taw up the Fred Fortjn ha js heavy a field of wheat that ca jtand upright and J. "Chishbli him, has winter wheat Sc-ede Side J Corruption, furiously emitted TWO TOASTS.- (St. Thomas, Ont., Times.) John T. Merry. 109 Talbot street, hands to the Times tho following toast sent to him from Alton, Out., where it.was proposed at the rucoat travelers' picnic: To their sweetness we give luve; to their beauty admiration; aud to thv-r Merry Widows, the- whole sidewalk. i _ A visitiug Oddfellow also gave Lo The Times this unique toast to ihft Garden or Kden: Here's lo the Garden of Eden, Which Adam was always a-weeding, 'Till Eve by mistake got bit by a snake That on a ripe-apple was feeding-; So a longing scorned to possess her For sufficient clothing to dress her And ever since then, it's been the pleasure of men To pay for her bless her! M i i i Mi M SWIFT'S Hams, Bacon ND -STORE 410 ROUND STREET tion, benches are" prompted, by some .motive or other more than a mere desire for a waste of words or a. de-j -i'm goin' to stop beiu' kiiid-ami laying of the constructive work of i helpful to .people." .said the little lari Parliament. There's a reason in it., mother. asked the What is the reason? It requires no parent. 'Cause, at school "today, more than a cursory study of the po- litical situation .to answer the ques- tion. In the absence of any real grievance against the Government and in the light of the fact that ev- erything was prospering with the this month, beginning- to sprout while beside it is a Held of spring wheat still green. In the Fishburn the wheat fieKUs are more congregated but lose nothing in com. prison and all are a great yield. The Edmonton Bulletin reporter, writing from Pincher Creek picture no artist can is the best term, for a 450 acre field of ripe wheat, lying west of the towji and owned by W. R. Bobbie. This field is the talk oi the countryside, as in itself it is about as perfect as could be imagined. When by your cor- respondent it had just the right height and thickness of growth lo pt-rmit the whole mass to wave ma- jestically .and the heads presented a wonderful The whole Another Car On Track Today Tte Bentlej Co, Ltd. LOOK FOR THE SIGN 4 liKye a menfc of very. ond-huud Household Fur- uiture ouaale at out rooms. Ii ypji are looking for first class tit third prices, come and inspect our atock. ton TELEPHONE: a Best Bargains Ja lETIIt1Kf REMOVAL SALE BOOTS and SHOES AT GERMAN'S I saw Tonvhiy Jones putting a pin in master's chair; so just as the master was about to sit douru, I pulled away the chair. The master sat down on the Moor, and when he got up he caned me for pulling away the people, the Opposition must trump chair, and then Tommy Jones hit up something or other to tickle for a while the public ear and for the time being direct the- attention of the people away from their own er- rors and weaknesses. The pages of Hansard must be crowded and the bowlings must be reverberated from one end oi the land to the other while this Opposition Cuttle Fish would be secure in the midst of its own darkness. For fear that some of the nefarious practices of Fowler, Bennett, great Conserva- tive B. :simply standing for the "Real Leader the ink bag of "Graft" and the spleen sac of "Corruption" must be opened up and its contents scattered abroad. How gullible they must suppose the people to be! What was it one of old said, "Thou that con- demnest another art guilty of the same thing." Surely js this the case the Opposition today. Where are the great questions of'trade and commerce, of finance nnd immigra- tion? George Eulas Foster is splendid juggler with figures and he could talk finance till you couldn't see straight, but he preferred to talk "Graft" until his own little game in connection with the Foresters, as re vealed by the Royal Insurance Com mission, was put on. record. Bu Sir Wilfrid Laurier and his govnrn ment stand out pre-eminently abov these grovelling things of the earth It's Hooker's "battle above th clouds'" so far as the Government concerned and the Opposition ma wallow in street gutter politics, pen nut politics, if you win. '1'nere's no power in the power is the lightning. Those little side-peep shows are all right, they rio the pfto- ple no harm, for after all the C'uiia- dian people do thoir own thinking and their own reading and in thoir hands is the 1-ftHot. There are big questions to be .settled; questions pregnant with the destiny of the na- tion; questions of trnrie aiul com- merce; of transportation and tariff and revenue; of immigration and ag- riculture; of labor ami home indus- tries. These are the questions the people nt this time. If the Go- vernment is corrupt; guilty of graft and rotten, turn them out. lint ilon't judge the matter until you hoar both sides. me for interfering." An American visiting London for the first time was goaded by the in- cessant necessity for tips..Finally he entered the wash-room of his hotel only to be faced by a large sign, which read: "Please tip the basin, after using." "Never." stvtd the Yankee, turning on his heel: "I'll go .vas lieightfiied by a background of purple mountains of the inteusest HU-. Mr. Bobbie has 950 acres of his own to harvest and 450 acr.s for >V. Hansard, whose rield is also a beautiful sight. These fields are now being cut as quickly as possible and are expected to yi Id from 40 to 45 biiiliela per acre, fii the .same local- ity G. W. Buchanan has a ind Leslie Willocks has 100 acres re- markably free from weed or foreign grains and presenting a cl -ar swath, to fall before the binder. The fields geii rally show grain oi a rich color and the kernels when shellid have a uniform shade and size. rood lielcl i City of Medicine Hat GUNS Not how cbenp, but full... value for money exptmdetl kmmunition A full line of every kind Remember our 20 years' experience both in work- shop and field is at the back of all goods we sell Howard Case Co. GUNSMITHS LCTHBR1DGE, ALTA. I PROFESSIONAL CA1DS OR. W, QALBRAITH Surgeon, Office 914 Kedpaih St. 'Phone 53 Before 9 a.m., 2-3 p.m. NURSING MRS, C. R. GREY Trained nurse open (or Can be found at Mrs. W. 0. Courtland St. City Real Estate Tte C. 1. Bnni Nst iffia ten 111 r I MADAM NORMAN (Orchestral PjankU) Teacher of pianoforte, organ, and oice production. Visits or receives prepara ory or-advanced. Coaching for exams. Howard Crabb Strot. J i S Murta MI Co. Irrif ited Firm, 4 Hies frM Utttrifce, for per acre, IK the crtp. Easy HAMILTON YOUNG Room Block. C.F.P.Conyb-w., D.C.L.. B. Morton B. C. I JONES SolicitoM, Etc.- Couybeare Block. W. C. SIMMONS Barritttr, Ett. Office: Southard Block. I I I 5OWVILLH Bowville, Aug. Saturday, ug. 15. there was a bast-ball game ctween Bowville and Glevenrille on :ie Bowville baseball diamond. Bow. ville won with a score of S to 9, the ballgame the crowd went TO Bowville Hall and spent the remain- Ler oi the evening in dancing. A arge crowd was present and every body had a good time. Sunday morning there was Sunday school at the school house, preach- ing services in the evening. Cant, Ion delivered the sermor. Mrs. Lueliant' and Mrs. Harper o! Peoria, 111., are here in Bowville for the fall. Arnit'l Williams started thresh- ing-Monday morning. He has com- pleted fifty acres of wheat for Mr. Mills and now threshing for Mr. 3. A. Wyman. Mr. A. T. Root has cut his field of onts. Mr. Joe Williams is cutting Mr. Hummer's field of oats. Mr. and Mrs. O'Reilley, of Leth. paw-d through Bowville to. day. Carl and Mrs. Peterson and Miss Olga Branvold were in Clareshohn a load of lumber to build barn and arrived home today. A few ladies from IJowville. nt thirty mile? of here to see the hor-e dip iind had the of 1'i.ring tin-ir team, but wv an; pleased to state ihat they arrived home safe, ly on Tuen.lay and were pleased to set- th.- horses o[ them. Raymond manager of the Sugar Factory has been estimat- ing the yield of grain from their field in the vicinity of the said Sugar Fac. to make .mention of the farms and ranches to thi west and In the Factory Field he esti- of oats, bushels OL barley and bushels if wheat, making a little less than' bushels. yield is very high. The sugar beets are looking find rate although n good rain storm would not be amiss for the beets although the farmers would like it to miss ttn grain. The Inspector's report from Gleicheii and Strathmorc- is to the effect that the are looking first class in most instances. Notice to Passengers The City Council have arrange meets where- by ii Bus Tvill meet the Spokane Flyer at COLERIDGE for coiu. vey ing passengers between that station and Medicine Hat at a nominal charge of 75c each. E. ROBERTS City Clerk CuUttt Itack I The Peace Improved metal L.---1 R. G. ADDISOK S'Jccetftor To B. C. MOORE Director and Emtulow to Ofiarch Offict Phone 102. 1M F. B. ROLF80M ARCHITECT Room 9 Whitnty TEMPERANCE NOTES NO WILFUL NEGLECT Toronto, Aug. report .ot Mr. S. A. Armstrong, Insp ctor ol prisons, of his 'investigation into the escape of seven prisoners from Toron_ 'to jail on July 17 last, which was I laid before the--provincial s cretary, (Contributed by the W. C. T. U.) Hon. W. J. Hahna, and made public, does p'.t charge any wilful" neglect of duty on the ol any of the jail officials unless the execution room is to be deemed a part of the jail work in our schools and urge the! within the meaning of the rules and use of the temperance pledge, at least] regulations, in which case there had once in a quarter, the temper. I be.jn a violation of the nil-s. The British Columbia Conference passed the following resolution: "That we recognize more clearly the needs of more aggressive temperance for No Rubber No Felt, Excludes Draughts, Dust, Smoke, etc. Renders Window Sash Noiseless and Easy Running. Saves Fuel-25 per cent B, IHIB, Site far BOX 642 JAS. A. MACOONALO ARCHITECT Southard Block, Rtdpath Strttt Lethbridge, Notice RANCHERS li STOCKMEN ,IJVERY BARN TO EXCHANGE FOR STOCK- Livery barn on Regina-Prince Al- bert brrnch of C. N. Rv. with -room for 1 GO head horses, in live town of good school, coun.- I try well settled. Will take stock for [part or full payment. For particu- s see FORD TYLER Lethbridge Hotel, Lethbridge. THE MISSES BROOK Fashionable Children's Clothes and Plain Sewing 41 Avenue WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN TEMPERANCE UNION Meet iu Methodist Wesley Church every third Friday in the month at 3.30 p. m. Visitors always welcome. MRS. A. E. HUMPHRIES. MRS. CHAS. McCLENAGHAN, 83-0 W. R. BROWN House painter, paper hanger, wood finisher, etc. Carnage Painting a Specialty hone 124 25 Argyle For the Canadian National Exhibi. tion, to bs held at Toronto, August 29th to September- 14th, the Canadian Pacific Railway will have in effect special round trip For full information as to dates of sale, limits, apply to the nearest C P. R. Ticket Agent. 09-17 The anco lesson is being taught, and also '.hat some arrangement be tnnde for keeping records of those who have signed." Temperance work was emphasized no uncertain sound at the re- a c-nt International S. S. at Louisville, Ky. Among other things: tht( reports stated: j Kvery {illusion Lu temperance took i f.he convention by storm and carried it off its meet with outbursts of ap_ i plans--. Not a day passed that pro- hibition was not advocated either in speech or song, and at times its monopoly of the sessions lias com. pMely submerged the real issue of (he convention. Th. n- was a great demonstration SATISFACTION OUR POINT OF VIEW The C. T. R. declares a good dividend lo its shareholders and tluin tries to tell the people of Canada that hard times compel it refuse to pay the machinists the wuges HARVEST HEPP department ol agriculture to secure a share of t ht-ip coming to wrrit this! Tll> n' a have be n i il announced by Mrs. Mary rna.1.. with the railway to! P.ryner, of Poona, 111., that, ticket a stiflicient number months, balance 12 months. PROMPTED by the rapid- ly increasing demand for Bath Room Fixtures, we have just received a very beantiful line of new and artistic designs covering a wide range of prices. The Fixtures are of the finest, most durable nickle plate, and such that yon could not but be interested in their Ixvrnty and utility. It would 1x2 a pleasure to have you call and ex- amine them whether yon are an intending pur- chaser or not. Ji C. W. GRAY HARDWARE LETHUIKE ALTA. lanadian Order ot Foresters su No. 262 Meets iti X. of P Hall .last Thursday of month. Visiting Brethren Welcome J. F. ROGERS, C.R A. NEIDIG, F.S. LETHBRIDGE LOLKiH NO. U C. 8. P. O. E. Meets on the stcond Tuesday of month at 8.15 p.m. E. A. SHAKMAN. M. PRIEST. E. R. Secretary. 1 Lodge Pride of Alberta, No. 293. Sou if Eqliti fatfit Ca (M Mh. First-class Cafe TUEK urn mm Short Order Between Meals CARROLL DOYLE in tho mgl.ln of Hall every firsit ami tVml Tliuradftj in the month nt 8 p.m. Vimting Itvthnn always Wei Walter W. Fred T. RoWnt, 57. NORTH-WEST ASSOCIATION Of STATIONARY ENGINEERS Meet in the Labor Hall every :md and fourth Mondays in month. Employers requiring certificated en- gineers, and engineer! out ot employ- meat, would do well to communicate with us. NEVIN. Chiet W. A. mCKSON, SecreUry. ;