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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 29, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta THE STORE OF QUALITY.' Heinz Pickles In sour anri swoet Chow Chow, Gherkins and sweet and sour onions and the Huinz India Relish. These goods cannot bo excelled by any. in the market. They are the choicest Nelson 9h Fraser PHONE 21 LETHBRIDGE Canada's Premiers Take Your Choice and you will find plenty of Good Fresh Meat to choose from. Our Hnnis. and Bacon.are noted for their fine flavor. Piche & Miron Telephone No. 1 The OOt-tvwa Citizen in u series of .special articles in conni-ction with 'the Old Hoys' Iteunlon puWishod tho t'ollowing sktilch on the I'reniicp* of Cunaila which contaiiiH much vnlii-nljlc idl'oriiiii'l ion for tlio young, and cspccialljV for now settlors In tba countr,\ : K.vcoi>Utig during the five year t>er-iiHl Ix'twoL'ti 1891 anvl when there wei-o ns many prime ministers, adni'inistrnlions in Canada �have iKwn long-livo.i. The first administrat'ioTi after Confofleratioik, that of Sir .John A. jMacDonaI'd, hod a lease of oHice of s'ix years. Then followcdthe governmijnt of lion. Alcxundcr Mackenzie, wliich held odice from 1873 until the general election of 1*J78, wlvi.'iv Sir .lohn MacdonnlU was again returnwl to power, and remained at the hniber 1892. His succ&ssor in ithe prumiioishii) was Sir .John Thompson, at the time of his scleclicn mii'nister of justice. .S'ir John 'i'honi()son's tragic death at Wind.'ior Ca.stlc on Decennlicr "12, 189'!, dissolved tJK> ministry, and Sir Mackt-nzio liowcll was cal,leowcr and after its defeat in 1878' continuod the leadership until siiccoede^l by Hon. Kdward Illnkc, Mr. Mackenzie having l>ecomc dobilitnted by illness. Ho died on Api-il 17, 1892. i;i�on Sir .John Macdonald's death in 1891. Sir .lohii Abbott, .senator and a nwn�!:er of the govcrivnient tvithout portfolio, was callml kpon to forn� ,1 govornni.?nt, which he did on .lunc 1o linx-* teen failing him, nias such that it was only n higd. His pul)lic and pol-'commerce. Prom 1893 until 189(> he itical career hod �l)een one of great j was lender of the .senate, end con-activity. Ilowos elpcUiti to ihe Can- finue*! until Inst .sossiojb to k-ntl the adian assomWy for Argenteuil, after 'opposrtion in -the upix'r hous�>. Sir a bi'titer nor�te�t, and sal for that Mackenzie's administratio'n �ime to coiin't.\- until rtho union in 1807, whan i,, lermiination tluring the session he was elected to the commons. In ^ of {.gOO when the memorable bolt of Is what you are looking for. Then we are the people for you to have a little talk with, for we have on our lists several very excellent bargains in^ Farm properties. Maps and pamphlets giving full information about the Lethbridge district of Sunny Southern Alberta sent free on application. Eakin Matthews^i-td Real Estate Brokers LETHBRIDGE - ALBERTA Btxla and ironbrew. We bottle all"'' .senate, and two prime rminis fkinds of carbouatetl water�-s ilia and cbanpagne cider, deli the case at your residence, to yonr tixH? of charge. deliver l)y order, copvRicsr. Lethbridge Brewing k Malting Company, Ltd. 1874 ho was re-elected but uns��tcd, seven momters of his cal�inet pr.'cipi- ~ V''and after bcinir defeated in 1878,Was .tatcd a crisln which ended in Sir n�t�ra-a5i patvi r '^O's '>avo sal in the upper house,; , ~ . lavvu a n i. �. winvn i aiers sarspar-, ^.^ ^ ^ ^^^^^^^^ ^^^^ ^.^ , rr-electod m ISSO. Next year he was Mackenzie's resignation of the \m-m- zie Howell. ' The others,'Sir .lohn ""^'"t^l. reflected by �n | ie,,hip-in April of that .year. A prac Maclonald. Alexander Mack^mzie and ,'�*f Hutchinson) Che Bold flrllnflion i FRED. ROONEY, - PROP. GOOD ACCOMMOOAnON FOR THE TRAVELING PUBLIC KXCELLENT CUISINE BATHS� HOT AND COID WATER RATES ,$1.50 A DAY LETHBRIDGE - ALBERTA ROYAL ^ HOTEL TABER. ALTA. Irvine & Lemon, - Proprietors Rates $L50and $2.00 per Day FllEE BUS MEETS ALL TRAINS SAMPLE ROOMS IN CONNECTION Herald Ads. Bring Results. Sir Charles Tu| succes.sive governnien'ls of rpp.'r Cana'da sind of the unitod provinces nivl'il his resignation as piMiii'cr upon the 'defeat of his go*-eminent in .lulx-, IS.iy, over the tjuos-tion of the capital. Macdonald's con neclion with this jpioHiion and his un-swiMV'ing k),v'al'ly to tlv.; C.'ucon's selection of t)tltiwa, are ntiaIters which are dealt wii'lh olsewheiv;. He was but n few i>aU of the government until its- 2 on the militia bill. Then for two .venrs he and Sir George Cnrtier led the opposition, and, succeodii>g in ousting their opponents, they con-tinue'd in power, until the new ortler Was estiiljiishefl. In the conferences that I'oil up to confederation he was practically 'the prime mover, so that. wh;.>n, on .luly 1, 18C>7, the new constitution come into force. Sir .lohn Macilonald was called upon to form-the (irwt governnn.^ni of, the Doniiin -ion. In 137;i. upon the defeat of the tvonservative party, Sir .lohn �%vas induced to lead tlvj opposition, which he 'dl'd so Hucce.ssfiilly 'that 'in 1878 thy go'vefiiiiKiil of his opponent, Mr. Maclienzie, w�'in down to defeat, and Sir .lohn Macilonalil remained in office as prime itiinister of Canada until his death in 1801. C its in -corporation to the completion of the ! railway. Sir .lohn Albotfs resignation on IX.'Com'!;er '>, lS!>:i. imppsod the duly upon Sir .lohn Thompson of forming a ni'in'fsHr.v. In doing so, he retained mo.s-t of his cabinet colleagues in ofllce, ibui with several changes of portfolios. S'ir Mackefizia IJowell. for instance, was t�ken tioin thj m'ilitUv do|)nrtmeirt nnri placed in charge of the department of traik- and commerce. Hon. .lo4in Costignn, who had ibeen iministcr of inland revenue was naadc secretary of state, and Sir Ji>hn Carling. having rclinquishail his portfolio of aj^riculture to Hon. .\. H. Anglers, bccanic a member of ihegovcmment without jmrtfolio. Sir John Thompson was tiorn in Halifax, .V. S., oti Xovemiber lOlh. 1844, studied t|aw �nd was called to tho Iwr in 186r�. He was chosen by the Uttitcd Sitatos govornmont to act ns eounsnl on the Amoi-ican side in the procvodings liefoiv tho fishery commission appointed under the Wa.shington treaty to dotorm'na the amount due to Canada for the of her inshore fishi'ries. In 1977 be was olect'.'xl to the Nova Scotiu legislature and t'ho following years was appointed a Jusmlx'r of the excculi\-3 council and ntionioy general. In Miiy V88U ih'i> K'cumo pramiei' of Nova Scatia, wbioh r>o''i'tion he held but I'oi' a few nwjtuhs when he rcs'lgtM*! to accept n judgc'-'-hip on the supreme court bench of the provinci;. Three years later he was induced to resign fronv 'the judiciary and enter tho government of .Sir .I�H�n Maotlonald as miinisflcr of juMice. H'ks selection to sucoood Sir .lohn .Vbbott as prime minister of fnnado was occcptable lo tho Conservative imriy as a whole, but it came ai a tinbciors'hip ami iduringhis absence in INiris us ona of tho comanissioiieis of tho lichrring Sea laiibi'tration. lluvt the first sign of disruption in ibe party was man-il'estwhich subsenuenily le of commons, having been el-ecKfl 'for Cajie l.lreton counl.x'. His political carei'r Ifcgan with his defifui of the goveinim'nt of Hon. .loseph Howe in Nova Scotia in 1857, from which 'date 'Ik- was ibe central figure in tho politics of his native province and scorocly less conspicuous in the political afi'airs of the Donvinion, which he helped to create. He entered 't'ho cu'lMnct of Sir .John Mac-donald in 1870 as president of the privy coiHicil. and continued in office until the Conservative doi'eat of 1873. In 1878, upon Sir .lohn's return to power, he was taken into the cabinot as minister of public works, a portfolio whi(:h he soon afterwards exchangexl for that of raihvii.vs and canals. In May 188't, he ivlirod from the govemmmi to 'hecoiiu' high comiinissioner for Canada. In 1887 he returned to (Ninada at Sir .lohn Maodonal'd's invita'tit>n lo take part in llw gieiieral elections, and was mini.ster of finr.nce until 1888 when he resiimi'd the high coiniiiissioni'iship and retained it unt'il hi- joined lha Uowell admiini.s'tnvtion in .Iamiar.v, 18i)�>. .Sir Charles v as liorn in Am-hocst. N, S.. on -luly 2nd; 1821, graduatod at Acadia college nndtook h'i.s degivx" of M.I), at K/dinburgh in 1843. Mils .services lo the Dominioa ns a sta'tesnwn are not to In:- sum-mod up in a sentence. TIk-.v ha\e Ih.>imi such thmt he has been fitly lerineil "Cana'da's grand old man." To this �iny he. is an active pui'licipant in tlvu wider politics of tho empire. and both as a sprakor and writer dis -(days all the force and faculty of his palmiest days. O.'tlie presieiK inciin-.bcnt of the prem'icrship a mere recital of lending inci'dents in his political life iniisi suflire. Sir Wilfrid l.uurier, prime minister of (.'anada and citiwn of Ottawa, was born In St. Lin, ijiiehcc and celobralod the (idih anniversary of his birth on .N'oveutLvr 20th last In 18fi4 he gradiia't.;�l in law ill Vli-Cill uiiiversity and wias callivl to the l�ir iinhe �a.lne year. His enilici' years wore ilevoled to the pradice of his profession, ami to journalism, and his political career 'began with his election lo the Icigislative asMoinliiy for Orumijiojwl and .-Mhalmska in 1871, .resigning in 1871 lo run foillic house of ciwiimons. He was eloct,t!;l and at once took a prominent place is .S'udicient irvdicalion of his |>o!>ultir-' ity with thr bliiul piles disappear like magic by its use. Large nickcl-cappod glass jars oO opnts. Sold by all doaWrs. Nelson'* Real Live Prince. It is not every cit.v in the Domin-lim can boast of Iho distinction of entertaining a rea,l li\e prince. As a tnatter of fact only a few cities on this coii'linem have exerbeen honored with a visit from a. Itrince, Ipt alone have one residing in Iheir midst, There ate, however, any nuin-ber of Nelsonites who can boast of rojai blood, in iheir veins, .'jeiiig de-siwndiinis of Irish kiiiig.s and 'they are only wailing to got a little nione.\' logellier to ri'\ i\'e tho title. It is therefoiie wi'lh j>a r(lonal>lo pri this is ollicial il imisl nol in iiii.\' wav ho rogtirded iis [1 courl circular.-Nelson ('amid -inn. General Teaming. When yon require your gardens ploughetl, your yard* cleanetl up, sellars dug, or any other tennting ione, SEE US, or phone 2jxon. 'tailors, has lieen dissolved, Mr. A. Hu'tton continuing tho said business and Mr. fi, A. Dix-son retiring from the same. . All dobts owing to tho -sakl firm up to and including April 20th. 1907 arc to l>e paid to L. M. .lohnatono, Barrister, I.'Othbridgo Allierta, and al,l claims against the firm before that date are to l>e presented to him for |inyment. , S-1.V22-20. A. HUTTON, F,. A. mxov. TO ttF.XT. V A seven-roomed house on Argyle Avenue. Apply to H. E. KELLEV, liethijridgo. WANTED, AT ONCE A dining-roOm'^irl. and a cham bornmid. Appl.v Arlington  Hotel. WAN TED. \ sorvaiit g'irl. Appl.v iMana}.':or Hudson's Bay Co., Lctii-bridgie. t.f. Fon S.VLE. and A stalJioM 111.(1 a dozen marcs colts. (Juod sKuk. Apply Bo.v" 2.5,1, Ix'thbiidgo, Alia. 1.-)-22-2-,-.. STUAYED. Herald -Want" Ads. Pay. If you wan'l to got the want you want to got, .\dii want to get your want in iIk; wnnt-g'oMer-The Her-iild. 'rhi'ocainu minister of inland rov-emie in ihe Mackenzie adiiiliiist in -fion. Ten .years tutor ho was iiiinni-mously stdt'Clwl as the leador of I he Lilieral opposition. ,Si/ice -hily, ISiXi I I'or ihe reiurii of a small dark he has l>oen prime mini.slor of ('aii-P'iown loai'i', two white spots iiii I'luo nda, having successfully pilolo