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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 29, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta THE STORE OF QUALITY." Heinz Pickles Tti 9onr and 8wont Chow Chow, Gherkins and sweot and sour onions nttil the Hoinit India Relish. Thoso goods cannot be excelled by any. in the market. Thev are the choicest Nelson ln 187�'t. A Scotch stone �m\son. Lllxjrnl of tho strnlg-htexi soot of his day, uncompromising fon 1o clnss distinctions, -believer in. tho tittivcrsul brotherhood of man, Alex-tinder Mackenzie rose 11> shoor merit to tho highest, position in tho land. Ho was horn at Dunkold, Perthshire In 1822. Ho came in his youth to Onnnda, oncl soon took an net'lvi* intercut In poHt'lcs. Ho sat for l.anib-lon in toivni-hor 12, I8DI. dissolvoy Lord AI*orili\-n to form a now gov -|eminent. Sir Mackenzie's toiiuri the promiorship was icrminut-*d by his resignation on April 27. 11)00, i to iiniko \va.\ for Sir Charles "I'up -per. who uns look many ' parly ns tho nioiv likoly to i lond iho party to another victory at �111; thvii al'Proiicliing goiioral oleol  ions. Th -.s wciv lioljl on Juno 0,  IS'.'O. atul ri-sultod in thelng retnincd in olllco. Sir John A'l short-live*!. His honllh, which had for some tlin,� Ihvii failing him, w�is such thnt it was only a hlgn tlie umlorstaiKling with 1 f,vr jso^. 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 irr Farm properties. Maps and pamphlets giving full information about the Lethbridge district of Sunny Southern Alberta sent free on application. Eakin (& Matthews .Ltd Real Estate Brokers LETHBRIDGE - ^ ALBERTA Such is the s.\'iiop*i/.i�d record of copYmegr. THE CHILDREN ALL LOVE IT, ns well as the older nicnbers of the family, nnd think them is nothingjJ),,""il"'" ^ernmonts sii,.o confed -more delicious and refreshing than 1 ml" ,h" �oli The others, sir John free "f ellUl'gi'. , Mueilonnld, Alexander .MaoUon/io and  ,i i  i r> o ,S'r Charles Tup|i�'r hnxo sal U\ tho LetnDndgB brewing ot lo,,,,,,s. �,n.i, nu> n. ,,,^,,,i prim, , , _ . minister, have undergone iho knocks Malting Company, Ltd. said defeat of nls 'ollefl'gnoH thnt ho should not be on the Muni- oxl,ct"lc:� until 1800 ho was loader of tile senate, end run-i'lnucHl until Inst session to load the opposKlon in the up|�er Iioiim'. Sir Mnckxuzie's administration ouiii.' to a lermimit ion during thu llrst >*.ssioa of 1800 when the moinorubli. |.(ilt of FOR THE BEST SERVICE IN LETHBRIDGE STOP AT THE HOTEL DALLAS WE ARE ADVERTISED BY OUR SATISFIED FRIENDS minister land worries incident tn election campaigns uiid directed the forum's of j the parlios they led under the lierco lire (if opposition attack in lhi> | npii lur chamber, us it is culled | In so fur as the record of their ' lives constitutes ih- political historv I ol tlie count r\, a hrii.f biographical [.sketch of th,- pi .hi.' in nislers ol Cull- , j ada will be hi interest at the pivsont | : time, when the capital city in which t I tIk-\ lix,.d mid labored for the couii-� try's Weal, is celebrating its somi-j centennial. , j In chronological order, no less than , I in the order of importance of ill.' ' ; uchiewnvnts of s'tali-siiKinship which 1 j lie to his cro.lit, coiik's first tin-Hight lion. Sir John Mncdonnld, llw | idol ,of his parl.v nnd the central llg-I uro in the group of great in.-n who seven memliors of his cabinet precipi anss ns editor and proprietor of reader of the upper house from thnt Idle Ik-ilev illo Inielligeinvr. a date until his demise in lSO.'l nt the lion which he fills to this dny nge of 72 yours. Sir John Abboit orous and re-eloe((d in 18.H0 �ngnin unseat.Hi, lau hud 1hi.ii twiov elect.hI mayor of Montreal, ami was counsel for iho fan-adian Pacific company from its in  corporation u> tho completion of the railway . pOSI- v ,g- clenrhended des|>ite his bunk u of four score and four years. Sir (hoi I.'s TiipiHT was sent for by his excellency upon Sir Mackenzie Howell's resignation in April 27lh, 1800, iiikI mi Ma.\ 1st formed his cab itn�l niul continued the wssio" as loader of the government in ihe haxing been el- is siillleieni Imlicnt ion of his |Hiotilur ily with tho citizens of the Ctpitul irivspeol ive of du'ir lonniogs. Piles get rmlek nnd certain rollol from Dr. Shoop's Magic Olnlment. I'lense note it is mode nlono for riles, nnd its action is positlvo nnd certain. Itching, painful, protruding or blind piles disappear tike magic by Its use. Large nlckcl-cnpped glass jars *>0 cuts. Sold by all dealers. J Stock Saddles Farm Harness, Concord Harness, Straps, etc., always on hand. We can guuriintee you complete satisfaction. 1 In ought about confederal ion. Horn in lHt.'i, the sou of Hugh Macdojiald. of Kingston, John A. Mncdonnld was culled lo the bar in 1SII0, uml crout-iul.ui|.s ol Irish kiii^s and they are only waiting to get a little money ei-tvsl for Cii|h. Ilreton county 11 is /'Wilier lo revive the title It |s political career U-gau with his defeat I'horefore v\ 11 ii jmi nluuable pride that of the irovei nni 'iii ,,f Hon Joseph j Howe in Nova Scotia in IS.'.T General Teaming. When you require your gardens ploughed, your yards cleaned up, hilars dug. or any other teaming dono. MKE lTS. or phone 2w1, or Irop a post card in the office, your order will recoiveonr prompt attention. coal must tie paid for wdelivery. Uesidence and stable �list of the liarracks. \YM. TAYLOlt, Lethbridge xotici:. XOTM'K is given thnl the firm of iluiion and Hixon. tailors, has I wen dissolved, Mr. A. Mutton continuing the said business nnd Mr. K. A. 1)1 x-son retiring from the same. All debts owing to the said firm up to anil including April 20th, 1007 are to l>e paid to I.. M. Johnston,;, Hiifrisler, lethbridge Alhertn, nnd a 1,1 claims against the firm before that dale nro to be presented to him for payment. em which date be was the centrai figure in the politics of his native |ni>\ tuc nnd scarcely loss conspicuous in the political affairs of the Dom num. which he helped to create. lie entered Hki eiddn.'l �>i Sir John Mncdonnld in 1870 as president of the privy council, and continued in office until the Conservative defeat of 187.'k In 1878, upon Sir John's iv- Sir John Thompson wns liorn in turn to power, ho was taken into the Halifax, X. S . ,,n Xovenvber 10th, cnbinet as minister of politic works, 18.11. studied l.-iw 0ihI was called to |� portfolio which ho soon uftoivvurds ^ (Successors to Horner & Hutchinson) | FRED. ROONEY, - PROP. uectioii with this i(iiestion and his tin- j sweiving loyalty lo the ('ncvu's |�l�l")'�led n iu.'IiiIk'I tlv bar in 180.'i. He was chosen by the I'ttitwl States goveiniuent to act as counsel on I he Anv-'iican side in iho proc^dings befotv tlw fishery , foiniirissioiior for Canada commission appointed under the Washington treaty to detcrm'n' the lillioillll flue to I'll iii! da for the use of her inshoiv llsherles. In 1877 he wns eloctv-d to the Xov�i Scot in legislature nnd the following years was of the executive selection oi Illtnvva. are matters I winch are iKnll vviith olsowheiv. ||,> was I ait a !'� days out of olllco, | w h -ii, � vv nil his colli-agues ivsiimilig | power, he remained the pract icalluiid council and attorney general In j May 1^82 ill - Ivcauio premier of Xov� Scatin. which position ho held hut for a few mom lis when he resigned ' | to accept a judge-hip on the supreme i of the government until its defeat in |t'"Url '^1'vh of ihe provitue. Tluvo GOOD ACCOMMODATION FOR THE TRAVELING PUBLIC KXCELLCNT CUISINE BATHS* HOT AND COLD WATER rates ,$1.50 a day j 18.12 on the .two years he '. led mililii bill. Then for .years later he vva- and SirCoorgo Cartier I f,'nl" ,ht' i'"1'1''"1 tlK- oppos.tion, and. suce.iinservii'live party, Sir John -was induced to ka.l th.; opposition, which he di'd '-o successfully dial in 1878 the govoriim nl of his opponent, Mr. Mackenzie, went down to defiiit, and Sir John M.icdnnnlil remained in office as primo minister of Canada until bis death in IS'.M. Confederation, ihe const met ion of the (.'unadian Pari lie railway. the completion of tho intercolonial and die develop " iiw'Di of our canal sysini are |m-r -haps the mosl importuni achieve iiu'iits, Inn 'by no ni'ans all thai v ,\h accomplished for Canada during Sir John Muc'loiuiId's direction of the aliairs of slate. In the eonipas of Hi is brief refeivnce to his career it is inipo-sible evl1 "l� 11 sentence They have been and enter the K"c'' ,n*lt nns ,,IV" *'"l.v termed ohn MaodoniUI "f'unntki's grand old iuun " To ibis Holeclion '*'">' 'n! iK an active participaui in tlh-Wider politics of the empire. and ImmIi as a spouLor and writer displays all the force ami faculty oi his palmiest days. O.'tho pri-SelH i lie 1111  I , ii t of the premiership a mere recital of leading incidents in his political life must KUfucc. Sir Wilfrid l.aurier. prime liiinister ol Camilla and liii/j-n o> Ollnwii, was born in Si. I.in. IJuelei-liiiih alinivers.n \ The llaily Cuiiadiiui alllioillli-.-s the lacl exclusively lluil for some nioii-ths tliere has U;en residing in Nelson a prince of the royal blood of Prune* l'rince l.ouis rhillipe do llotirbon The prince has Peon travelling incog-lllid ill order to disprove the oft-re -pealed charge that the vie llourlions wore pui'usiies, I'r'uui' l.ouis has lorn ongagtsl in iiioinal work, \ i/ , n porter at the St t-a i hi i ni hotel. Ii vas the prince*, greatest desire that the secret should lie kepi iav.oiale, but some |n� i -i ii, who ev id. ntly I nee soinelllim: of llle d- lloilil'on laiiniv, iliscovci-isl the seci-l, nil I rev I'll KhI it to s-ver.il known iili/.-ns \- a n-sail -Ihe |trill,*,' ties ralleil ii|miii I >:i i l.\ ( a n.ti I ill ii an I iii.id- a breasl ol tlie whole luisiness Mrs Highness' arroiint tr e. it 't r,i lis), - it's III.il tile roll.itrl.il lir.ill. h Ol I'll, i I -all l-'ioin of his family lie I Olllesll oni Louis \\ I '� 8-I.V22-20. A. HUTTOX, n. a. wxox. to RKX'I'. A seven roomed house on Argylo Avenue. Apply to II. K. KI'.M.KY, belhbridge. WAXTKU. AT OXCI3 A diniiig-rooni^fcii-l. nnd a chnm beriinid. Apply Arlington Motel. WAXTKD. \ fust class sen aid Kit'l. Manager Hudson's llay Co. bridge. Apply . U'Ui-t.f. tha fliw year of his preiniersliip uml iluringhis nbsemv in l-nris us on.' of ^Ihe coniimissioneis (1f tho llduring ;iind ivlebriit�,J th ' Sea �arbitration, ihat du of disriiptiou in ihe party was inun-il'i*slwliich sul isei|uently li*d to Ihe serious split of 1800. Sir John's return smoothed over matters for a lime, but the school (pies-tiou wns still in the unceitiiin stage oi'lidgn-lion, wilieii on liiconrber 12th. 180-1 the news wus lliisliod across I lie ocean of Sir John Thompson's sudden death nt Windsor Castle. Sir Mackenzie Howell, as senior privy councillor, was noting premier ul the t'ime, innl so die charge of forming a n.;u -^oveminent naturally ile\olv<�l upon his shoulders. Sir Mackenzie had Imvii in the commons �,. *iis a lighting lieuieiuilil of Sir John I,,, Miiodonuld since confederation, and rendcrod conHpicuous service to his first sign of his birth on Novoin-lvr 2t�ih last i ell izen of Ol the kivu inter j chief-lain during die opposition days 'ada, hnviiig successfully �'us die aillhor. As lawn h-.� always took est. thut is miiniiV'stod loduy o,- hisj1"' 1871-78. Ho was nf.uk' iiiinistorof successor in the liigh olllco of the customs upon Sir John's return to preiniorship His death at ICarnscliii'o | power in 1878, and continued to sit in iiis 70th year, wiib a national ber- in the commons for North Hastings In 1801 he grndiiat-sl in law nt Mr liill university and wins culhvl to t ho Uir iirthe name year. His earlier years worudetoted to the prucl ice of his profession and to journal ism. and his poli'tical career began with his election 10 the logislal i v e assembly for IHnminojiil nnd AlhabasKa in 1871. .resigning in 1871 to run fori he house of couirnons | |t. was oloct4*.l anil ut once took a promuieni |iline in tlw Mil-oral ranks, so that in |M77 ho was sworn oi the privy iouii.il ami U'Ciime iitinisler of iiilaml revenue in die Mackenzie adiniuisl i a lion, 'fen y�*urs later he was unanimously selected as the lender oil he I.ilM'ral opposition Since July. iMini ho has U*en prime minister of I'aii-piloi.',| his party 'throug-h Ihe general elections of JOOO and lOul. 'I'-he douioiwtration of welcome accorded to S'ir Wilfrid upon his return to Otluwu, lust week laiiiily. and while If l'v�'d for iiiiiiv years in the I idled States he was born in l-r.iiae. lie has a brother and a sister now living in Ihe I Intel Siiile.s |i is iheir intention to ink. up their p -rinan.-nl resilience in Net -on. ai i'-asi i,mil siuh limes as there is a change in the lorui of gov .ruin nt in l-'rai.re. when they sincere ly hop.- the de lloiirboiis will rmir into Iheir own While this is olllcial it must not in any way be rogiirdod ii* a eoiirl cireiilar -Nelson Caiiad -inn i'n11 s \u:. A staljiou ai.d a dozen mares colls. li.....| stork. Apply and Ho.\' 2."il. I .V22-20-.Y l<*llibiidge. Alia. Herald -Want" Ads. Pay. If you want want to get. want in i he ii I' I 'Ih- Herald wants your localise it wauls you to n*-t lit \ on w .,nl to net I o g, t i he vv ant y on you want to get your w a nt-g*oi i or- Th,. Her-waul. w am SI U VVKl). line sorrel mare, flvo yours old. \\ei(.lit about 1200 poumls. licunded - 2- on left thigh. Wns last seen in Scud's coulee, smith went of Macleod A revvurd of Sl.j.oo will bo paid on ivturning to K. II. DAWSOX. Ijnthbriilge. STHAYKD. fo my promises, 10-11-20, west of 1th Meridian, a 'lark rod milch cow. Owner can hnvo same by proving pro|�orly and paying expense of this advert isonielit. l'OII SAUO. W. .1 HI XT, 8 ITi-22-20 l'Tor Sale-A correspondence course | In good school. Owner unable to go on with it. Apply tulli't u, Herald olllue. Ix'lhbrlilge iioii:i. i-'oi: s \i.i-:. Ileill^ ell-.-ag'id ill Oilier business tint rei|iiir. - all ui.v attention i wish in sell th  hotel at Warner I S. I.Kr'I'INlIuKl.l.. Warner, \ll-..ria -20 Kl\ I-: liOI.I.AHS Itl'.WAHD. I'm- the return of a small dark luovvn nv.ife, two whit.' spots nil fare in.ine iciiu ii-1 2 white hind feel. Ilran.lcd 4 7 I'll -shoulder Hope on neck. I.el'1 town on 2drd. J. It. i'KltHV. J It. 1.1. !lrd door ..u.-.t Windsor Hotel. not: i'oixh. While and black F.nglish sptter. found at 'label- on Aug. 0. Owner can have same by proving properly uiidpaying for this advertisement. \pplv at Herald Olllco. 22-20-5-12. LOST. In Kithbi i<|go on Tuesday, August oth, a dark bay horse, branded Aro of Clubs on left shoulduf, vented, on left thigh *^) . Has cut across oIV hind hoi-.f. Itewiird will 1*o glvmi for return to W. WIIJ.IAMS, Viastoror, Uethbrldiio. 15-22-20-5 ;