Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 26, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta
>AQt FOUR THt LfTHtRIOOC WtlKLY Lethbridge Herald PRINTING CO., LTD. W. A. kduui, Director and Editor. last session of parliament wan his knowledge of the country, oud strange and striking admission ,of Uis acquaintance with, the Indians, the policy of the Conservative party are possessions which cannot help in Opposition. Upoti two occasions but provide a volume, worthy of a the Opposition made "use of their high place in the records of Western powers of obstructing the progress of history. legislation. -One of these was; the SUBSCRIPTION .In Ad famous "original documents" dis- j cushion and the other -..was the ou- I struction of the amendment to xhe a yeart elections Act. He said thai, the pal1- a year ty objected to the rushing through CUTTLE FISH HYPOCRISY Webster says, "The cuttle fish, has the power of ejecting a black ink- like iluid from a bag or sac, so as A SURGICAL OPERATION ADVERTISING Per Month MR. AMES' VALUES j of the land bill but though, if meant i the handling: of three hundred nxil- lion dollars worth of property per let it go lm-ough. The same the case with the bill providing ;for the All-Red Boute which he said S pledged the country to an expend i; lure of one iiunureu anu iif Ly million dollars a year for ten years. They t 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 uuposed upon, tuiu the CUtttc llsll llu.5 bcGK robbed 01 its patent. There are mem had "serious objections to the Mam- bers of the political fraternity who -Mr. Ames'is being paraded as anjtoba Boundary Intensions Bill, the authority on timber limits. South. African Volunteers Bill and. Mr. Ames not long ago raised anj others of great importance DUI. ihey attention of'the people elsewhere. It i is a surgical Operation. are using the same methods to hide! jf there is any 0116 thing that a their own positions and direct the j woman, dreads niore than another it fuss about a certain allowed the government to put them must be obvious to .the thinkiug We call State "without fear of He claimed it was worth half all through. awful limit. a" million dollars. Mr. Ames knows nothing about the timbei- limits. He accepts the But with the nrst two Iti the mind that the repeated cries of Contradiction. that there are "Scandal, Boodle, EotWuiess j dreOS, 768, thousands, of Operations THE SOCIAL REALM (From Saturday's Daily.) A great number of entertainments have been given this week Tor Miss Itora Rogers who leaves next wcwic for a year on, the continent. Every- one regrets the departure .of this dainty and most popular little lady .and'we'all wish her good luck rtnd "Bon Voyage." Mrs. Xeale gave a most attractive bridge last Friday evening in uonor of Miss Duff. Those winning the nrizfts wero ..Mr. irncl Mrs. Cunning- ham and Mrs." Wilson. The guests were, Miss Duff, Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Mr. and Mrs. Arn'old, Mr. and Mrs. Cunningham, Mrs. fieeve, Mrs. Rigby, Mrs. Starnes, Mrs. Rogers, Miss Ag- Messrs. Wilson, Conuell, Hyde, Proud, Street. was a uiiierent J.IL HAV v i- f, performed upon women in our hos-1 ml first Oicy hoped to gam some mior- Corruption, been, entirel e uguresjmation for political capital and the furiously emitted from the saiy and. many have been avoided by I a of other peopU.. When a, speculator f other affected the number of votes tion benches are prompted by some' tells him a certain limit is worth a; they hoped to get in the next eiec- motive or other more than mere half niiliion dollars h Mr. Ames can be taken believes it. tion. out to They would hold up the busi- of the country for the sake of desire for laying of a Waste of words or a de- j the constructive work of I suburban property in this city that., gaining these two but would allo'.f Parliament. There's a reason in it. speculators say is worth a a the voting of hundreds of millions of is' the reason? It requires no lot that is actually not negotiable, the country's money and the adop- more than a. cvu'sory study of the po- at lot. Yet-Mr. Ames would tion Of far-reaching policies to go litical situation to answer the ques-] cept the speculator's word. (without making any strenuous ef- In the absence of any real i Well. this particular limit. J forts to gain their contention. In grievance against the Government i Mr Ames said it. was worth a halijliis speech he ailmitied tacitly that and in the light of the fact that ev-i million, in the face of the fact that! the policy of the Opposition was to erything was prospering with the.: there was sitting on his own side of; gain party advantage at all people, the Opposition must trump; House at the a gentleman! and to let the government do as it up something or other to tickle for' Geo. H. Perley. M-P-. for Augenteuil liked with the country's interests, a while the public ear and for the who had once held this very limit, i with only feeble opposition from- their time being direct the attention of He s-ot it as a free gift, paid The LYDIA E. PIN KH AM'S VEGETABLE COMPOUND For proof of this statement read the following letter. Mrs. Letitia Blair, Carmifto: writes to Mrs. Pinkham: On Wednesday Miss Vrooman gave delightful little luncheon in liono: of Miss Rogers. The table :was very effectively decorated with pretty I'.m- trepiece and an artistic, basket tied with Liberty satin bows and filled with pink and 'mauve sweet peas. THE STORE OF QUALITY FKRME RS We want your Butter, Eggs, Fruit, and Vegetables. Highest prices paid for all kinds of farm produce Our stock of Groceries, Crockery and Provisions is always fresh and complete. It will pay you to do business with us. G. BRADBEER SUCCESSORS TO NELSON PHONE 21 CO. FRASER LETHBRIDGE The staff nf the Bank of Montreal entertained at' cards on Wednesday. I "was sick for fire years. One doc- evening in the cosy apartments I. Jt and "an- lhe Bailk in OI- Miss Dora Ro- i other told nxe it was a fibroid tumor, and advised an operation. 2fo one knows suffered, and the "bear- ing down pains were terrible. i "I wrote to my sister about_it, and she Utilised, liitt ip take Lydia, S. 'Vegetable "It has cured me of all my it I The p -op BLrro.rs n to see the year's ground rent and later up as being of no value and no worth holding, and yet Mr. Ames Opposition poicy but ;he admission claimed it was worth hali a million rTas singularly .frank and uublushing. dollars. j suck a policy will hard- _.. jly b.- trusted wuh the affairs of the This circumstance shows aow very very little tie knows about what he' is talking. He may be capable oi discussing the values of boots and shoes but as for timber ople did not need the people away from their own er-jaild I did not nave to have "the opera- 1 .e am not need rors weaknesses. The pages of tion after all. The Compound also J t safely through pages Hansard must be crowded and the] bowlings must be reverberated fronii one end of the land to.the other! while this Opposition Cuttle Fish 1 me to Change of Life.' pass f country. The people want m Own darkness. For fear that soin gj who think more of the coun. FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN. For thii-fcy yeais Lydia E. Pink- be secure in the, midst of its I ham's Vegetable Compound, made from roots and herbs, has been the try tnan of party is a W5STEKN HISTORY his colleague, Mr. Perley, who lumber man, is more reliable. mr... 1 man in Canada is better equip- A ETAic- iped-with a knowledge of this Western A PALSt i country, and its history past -and If tie Conservative party Is to be I present, than Uharies Mair. judged by the people by the breadth j whom Lethbridge is glad to claim one of its citizens. He has had of the nefarious practices of Fowler (.standard remedy for female ills, itennett, Poster-the great andhas positively cured thousands oi J women who have been troubled-with displaceraents, inflammation, ulcera- gers. Evei-yone voted it one of. the jolliest affairs, of the season and said all sox-ts of coniplimentaiy tilings ab- out the genial hosts. 3Irs. Iteeve. who nialvos a charming hostess, re- ceived tor the staff. Cards were played the beginning of the evening i and after pai'taking of a veiT dainty .supper the rugs were taken up and everyone enjoyed a jolly little Miss Marshall Hat) wcm a j very pretty cut glass .dish as iarlies" first prize, and Ives winning the gentleman's. Miss Agnes Hardie and. Mr. -Mabee (Magrath.) won the con- solation prizes. The guests: were Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Reeve, Miss Dora Ro- of mind and the truthfulness of state j With epoch-mak- lodaj. events hi this country; and it is arb the great questions of trade and! to be hoped that the day is not far dis commerce, of finance and taut when he will enrich Canadian tion? George JEulas Foster is a tive B. standing for'the "Heal Leader j gers, Miss Wilson, Miss Menzies, Miss the ink bag of and the j periodic pains and backache. 'the Misses M'cBeth, itfiss spleen sac of "Corruption" nrast be! opened up suid its contents scattered I abroajl. How gullible they must j suppos-e the people, to te' was it one of .old sakl, "Thou that con- i. demuest another art guilty of the something." Surely is this the case! TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS Hillis, the Misses Hardie, Miss Hay- cock -Miss Marshall (Medi- Carpet Squares and Rugs This department of our business is expanding wonderfully, and Tvby not? We have the soods and just from the Such an assortment, of weaves, colorings and designs from tlif. world's best makers that select- ing avsquare is ajeal pleasure. Turpin Furniture Co, Complete House Furnishers Mrs. Pinkham invites all sick women to write her for advice, j rr _ She has ffuided thousands to j cme the Misses Bawden. Miss health. Address, tynn, Eckstorin; .Messrs. Proud, Ives, Hyde, Mabee Hyde t Jones Ander I son, Eakin, Power, Street, Flemming ment, they will be found sadly want- ing. W. D. Staples, M. P., for Mac- donaid, in a speech accepting renom- ination, is reported in the "Winnipeg with a, volume covering Telegram to have criticized Hon. Sytl acquaintance with the West> its couM tajk His Grace Archbishop Mathesorr of Huperts Land arrived in Winnipeg .rom. London, where he had been at- .tending the Pan Anglican conference, ms splendid juggler with figures and he' finance till you couldn't W. MOntroy, of Langham. run i ney Fisher's policy with regard to j bellionSt settlement, fact see straight but he preferred to talk! Sask-> received fatal wounds In a Kxperunentai larms thusr ;ft mstory or nc until Hi; little McBeth. Miss Arnold. Miss Wilson, jMiss Vrooman and-Miss Hillis were guests at the Montreal Bank, Raymond, on Saturday of last week. "Mr. Fisher has since established' no doubt possesses a fund two in the province of Alberta, two j that garden patches; he has only pur- never yet appeared in a, book. Mr. chased a. quarter section for eacfcjMair is an observant man, which of the farms. He is waiting until] with his long recognized literary abil some of his grafting friends get (ity, fits him for the- task, possession of the chosen lands and! Western Canada is a new country then in accordance with the record j in respect to material development. but it is old iu its tales of adven- ture. and exploration. of connection with the as re- I The American newspaper and mag- has vealed by the Koyal Insurance Com-j azine-''editors who are touring the put on record. Butj-country under the auspices .of 'Caaa- -Sir -Wilfrid. Laurier and his govern- da West.- the- Winnipeg Magazine, ment stand out pre-eminently above j spent yesterday at Medicine Hat. these grovelling things of the earth. I __ _ It's Hooker's "battle above thej clouds" so far as the Government is Piles. helped at once with 3> concerned and the Opposition may I Shpop's Masrfc Ointment. Just to of the government he will purchase at a fabulous price and moke you ture. and exploration. Little how- wallow in street gutter politics, pea- j pay the j ever has been written of those early nut politics, if you will. There's no ion request. One of these "garden patches" is days, and little ever will be written, power in the power located at Lethhrid-e -and consist; unless men. of Mr. fair's ability and the lightning. These little side-peep of four hundred acres. .Mi-. Fisher j knowledge '.undertake the task. The 'shows are all right, they do the peo- did not wait -for his "Drafting; race of "Old Tirnf-rs" passing pie no harm, for o.'fter all the Cana- friends" to get it before he purchaser over to the Great Beyond and unless a dian people do .their ed it as it was .the free gift of. tlie concentrated effort'is made by histo- and their own reading and Alberta Railway u.nd Irrigation. Conx-irical ought to be hands is trial box will be mailed by writing Dr. Snoop, Itching, smarting, bleeding piles, -internal or external, get' quick and certain help from Ma- gic Ointment. Large box 50 c. Sold own J- J- Johnston. Miss-.Marshall of Medicine Hat, is a guest at the Misses Hardie. Mrs. Hilda Menzies and Mr. Town- send Xaismith were a charming host ii.nd hostess at a jolly little garden party given on Thursday evening on MV. Naismith's pretty lawns. In spite of the. threatening weather ev- eryone turned out and enjoyed them- selves and as the weather cleared the young people promenaded the pretty walks where the trees were nung with Chinese lanterns and listened to the excellent music rendered by the Leth- bridge Concert Band. DON'T BUY The Material for your shed, or hoxise "antill yon h are seen our QK LJ Kin. Finest material on- the market at closest Carload each of fresh Lime, Wood Fibre Plaster and; Cement in stock. pany. .The adjoining lands are in every Western ed by the. same company which can r will lose much if not all tne early hardly be accused'of "any particular: history of our land. Take Southern friendshiu to .govarjanifint.. Alberta. practically, of its If ail the criticisms advanced i; early history is known, except TO the st "the Laurier government have no feu" "Old Timers." And-yet much more foundation than this one, :.of historical vaiue could Conservative-party had better stop he written; (.'apt. Denny of the P.. to criticize and g-et busy mak-; N-W.M.l'. has told us in an interest- ing a, constructive policy to si3e ij ing little volume, of the entrance of they Ciin possibly devise something tije ..--Collated I'olice tu this country, better than what 'the government McDougaU in some of lus t works, while not reallj' -jntenoed as historical, yet telling in a story i way of Indian life and early j days, are about the records of carrying into effect. in their the ballot. There are bigilR questions to be settled; questions pregnant trith the destiny of the na-.i ,ii tion: questions of trade and .raerce: of transportation and tariff and revenue; of immigration 5} riCTJlture; of labor and home Indus- j -f( tries. These are the questions for' the people'at this time. If the Go- vernment is corrupt.; guilty of graft and rotten, turn them out. but don't juilcri? the matter until you hear both sides. KINDLY ANSWER .Magrath stamps as slander the' the pioneer days of this insi-iuutions made about his connec-1 section Alberta. Other sections oi s. 7 ___, the WL connec- tion with the A. R. I. Co. and the lands secured by it frois th.- ment. He Mends and op- LJ accept his denial. "Ii. Burrows, Mr. Turiff, Mr. Ad- ainson, Mr. S if ion and other Liber- als who have been maligned by the Conservative press and speakers de- ny absolutely the charges preferred against them and yet Mr. Magrath and his supporters go on charging that these gentlemen are grafters, Have the denials bf these gentle- men not as much right lu be accept- ed as those made by Conservatives- j Mr. Magrath think these gentle-! men are incapable of telling the truth and that ail virtue of truth telling is possessed by Conservatives solely? are in the same position. Our.mention of -Mr. Mair in- by the reading of his delight- ful chroniclc-s Q. trip t.o the JWixc- kenzie Basin recently issued. Its title is "Through ths Ba- a narrative of the Athabasca and Peace River expedition of Its pages bring the reader into i-iti- mate acquaintance with the people, resources and conditions in the coun- try from Edmonton a thousand miles country that will soon be peopled with agriculturalists for the lands of the Peace River have be- ;nized as fertile and fitted rowing. Mr. Mair records the information gathered on his voy- age and the volume, which is lii.tr- ally illustrated is valuable to the Ca riaclian citizen, anxious for knowledge about the Last West. It is to be sincerely hoped that Mr. Mair will The prompt action of the Alberta! not ceusc h's contributions to Can- governnient in looking after the with this book, year old boy incarcerated at Mac- j soon Hiv- !'i5 leod is deserving of commcridation. j sconces of life in the Canadian West. shows as much jJt is will be followed by others of the pioneers 01 the so that in a Wt ARE GOING TO GROW Lethbridge is going to be a big j city. The Herald has expressed that I If opinion on several occasions but at j f no time has it been more confident j that the prediction will come true i than right now. The grain produced in this district this year is immense. It is going to put a lot of money into circulation. 5- All growers of produce around Lethbridge to send in their goods-to the Rogers-Gunningham Lumber Co., Ltd. Teber, Stirling, Saymond, Coleriiip PROMPT ACTION It is going to attract thousands of people to this country. It is going to increase this year's acreage by at least fifty per cent. It is going to bring into existence new towns and villages that will be tributary to this city and whose merchants will patronize our whole- sale houses and industries. Lethbridge. thanks to the foresight of Mayor Henderson, has been putt- ing on the. right kind of city clothes this year. We are building with in- crease of population in view and tl'iat is the right policy. Before we know it this city will have a. population of souls. Splendid Accommodation Horses and Cattle for Spacious Market Hail For all particulars as to rent for Stands, etc., apply to Waddington (Sb Gibbon MARKET MASTERS LETHBRIDGE SUDDEN DEATHS Life is uncertain and sudden deaths frequently occur. Make your will and appoint ,this Company as your Executor and you will .have an experienced executor as well as security for "the carrying out of every clause of your will. THE TRUSTS AND GUARANTEE COMPANY, LTD. (Head Office, Toronto.) Capital Reserve, Macleod Districts. Judicial Districts. Subscribed, Paid Up and Public Administrator for Calgary, Lethbridge and Wetaskiwin Judicial Official Assignee for Lethbridge and Macleod Advisory Board for Alberta D..W. Marsh, Esq., William Pearce, Esq., P. Turner Bone, Esq. 711 First Street, West, Calgary. A. G. ROSS, Manager. ESTABLISHED 1864 OUR POINT OF VIEW concern for the unfortunates i does for the larger works' and People in more fortunate circumstanc ilcw es shows a desire to care fyr the people regardless of station. Man another government would not have of thCl thought it worth while bothering i '-'doping country. over a friendless incorrigible but remark that with the Alberta government all are equally worthy tion. of care and JOHN HEBRON'S ADMISSION John Hcrron's statement of the work of the opposition during the 1908 is going to establish very be hoped also that his example firmly in the minds of the people who are spying out the land that Sunny Southern Alberta has no equal as a we will have .for the per- grain producing district in Western Canada. It is safe to say the yield here will be better than any other viinii ii.ti uuu wiicu IB t.a.rvcn into consideration that that has been the case for the past few years, the land- scdvcr cannot help but decide in fa- vor of the Sunny 1 Where will you Spend your Vacation? 4 place providing excellent hunting, usal of the present, as well as future generations, a record of the incidents Ii you are looking or fishing, boai.ing, etc., combined with magnificent scenery and unexcelled hotel accommodation, come to It is worthy of Father Lacombe, whose knowledge sof Alberta, greater than that of any living man. is soon to give to the public his memoirs. It is safe to say, they will be highly interesting and valuable historically. The venerable father has labored in the far north as well as on the plains since the fifties and Nearly every Liberal candidate in Saskatchewan was elected by a largo majority. That shews that the Scott government is popular in that" pro- vince. and stay at the SUMMIT HOTEL Rates and up GOOD, Proprietor Merchants Bank of Canada HEAD OFFICE, MONTREAL Paid-up Capital Beserve and Undivided Profits BOARD OF DIRECTORS Sir B Montagu Allan Jonathan Hodgson, Esq.. President Vice-President C. R, Hosmer, Esq., Thos, Long, Esq., G. F. Smith, Esq., Hugh A. Allan, Esq., C. M. Hays, Esq., Alex. Barnet. Esq., F..0rr Lewis, Esq. E. F. Hebden General Manager The Bank has 119- branches and agencies distributed throughout Canada. New York Agency, 63 and 65 Wall St. SAVINGS BANK ACCOUNTS invited, and special atten- tion is paid to small .deposits, interest at 3 per cent, per annum, compounded four times a year. Drafts, Money Orders and Letters of Credit, payable in any part of the world, at current rates LETHBKIDGE E. W. McMULLEN, Manager Herald Ads. Bring Results.