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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 30, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta MMMMMMMMM but The Best IS THE HERALDS MOTTO Read the Herald every i Patronize its Advertising Columns GET YOUR DONE AT3TS JOB DEPARTMENT And you will quickly realize that the LETHBRIDGE HERALD MOTTO NOTHING BUT THE B B IS ABSOLUTELY CORRECT T t GOSSIP ON THE SIDE llunmne agent of Detroit has drawn up few Hoc Weather Dos ami 1kmt for he guidance of men in charge of Here they tJive opportunityat frequent intervals to Quench nis but iwer aMow him lo drink frevly when or iittmed ittlely after being Dont stand your horse in but nvove him along into sone shady place lie feels the heat much us Remove all the harness at noon and let the horse have a thorough Oont giveyour horse the r to tiki Jjub Ihrough tlte bait held out was not to make 1 dont know whether you are in the habit of making sptvdies in this weather in he but you that we donl on the other Still it is peifovily eusy for iut to ell you how much my wife ami myself value the gioat kindness ou have shown us in inviting us here to meet Macdonald went on lo remark that while they did not to le honored by such it dub AS this wheii I he invitation reached them neu rly in felt they could do nothing but accept it with the greatest While the members of the club might not o in absolute agreement on all points with the party lo which he hiul the honor i in i he British House of Com it was evident that theiv I loud to haul when the thcnuoiueter at 90 that you would in cool I 1 o I you Dont jerk the reins or your or yell at them treal only annoys the horses and makes them On the first of exhaus tion stop your horse in u shady apply cold water la hii head and give him a tool u the exhaustion continues bathe his entire body with water and apply to his Dont hesitate to employ a veter inary when your is There is more economy in for the help of an experienced tor than in lettingyour horse1 through l Dont give whiskey to a horse overcome by as whiskey heats the Keep your stable well and aid the horsesby the use of nettiny to protect themselves from the ItPineiulwr that care wrhich will romfort your horses will mate thorn more profitable to 1 The Lowerys claim is to i take a holiday as the followingnot ice the editor shows Hhe powers at Ottawa have lacked my out of the mail I intend to stop Claimin September andhie me to the South in order to chasethe red back to my lilywhite L5lerty seems dying in Can as it is the only country on that has shut my paper out of the Tf T was Grit and a grafter this story might never have LOWERY August In reading the Herald the other day I came across a re port of a reception tendered Ttani say leader of Independent Ialxr party the vd His speech impressed rie very much and led me at once t tc wish that every Labor leader1 1ad the sound colnmon practical ideas and good judgment of For the benefit of tlir Heralds I publish tlie re port as below The reception last even ing by the ntemlwrs of the Reform Chib to ttamsav the leader of the Indejfendent Labor Tarty in the United King will with the mostmem orahle gatherings of that historic or remarkable of of striking of refined and scholarly of ac movement indicating the man of silky black moustache gives the impression 01 resolution and firmness to face of which the exceptional clearness of I the complexion wouId otherwise prob ablv le the most notable A was one Hriiish inheriiaikv ihatthey had got from all boral parlies ami ihaL uas iht desire to hear all If there that charic terixed anddistinguished it from other isms in it was inlellectual tolerance not only loUrance of but the willingness to til low a man with whoui theydi not absolutely free give express ion to liis own iileasl nothing unless it was OIKH Were they i o stifle free would VH A which to hear both sides was not Liberalism at While he perfectly well that of them not agree with still ihciv none wno say that any pe judice had been brought to boar on them to prevent them from tuning to what he might put Those who wore the gatheruu representeda great political parly in while ho represented distinctively what be a smull but very vigorous party in thev Old Count Thy might notbe eye to eyf and face to ii were onthe same inthe fiscal controversy that had Iwn 16 Knglanil during the th three or four which in a decisive victory for the LibKvl party last general My t position with regard to thnt said and the tion of every other member of to which have the honor to and the position of practic ally every member of the party now is that the momont we attempt to base our Empire upon the Umpire wifi crumhlr to the dust slf our Em pire founded upon eth ical ami psychological it cannot The momont we meas ure our to the calculating how much we can get from then you are muking prep arations to sell the You will not expect me tonight to enter into tfedctaUs of that controversy but T would say dont e aml dont allow ted the belief bxiild up and the upon a solid Macdonald went on to point out that the best inheritance of the Empire was its That xvas the holy of holies at which til We wore prowl to be mis you can Empire knew that it stood for justice and good gov ernment wherever the flag If they were told that the llrhish Ixih or 1arty did not care two straws for the they wro told what was if any one gave expression to such a statement to tell him that it was all Macdonald referred to the Lab or as the third party in British House of and that third party had just as much and as deep concern for the welfare of the Empire either of the other part He felt perfectly certain in an assembly such as this pair of clear and thoughtful j appreciateth position of tho iyes rest under an expansive fore over which wavymasses oi that they steelgray hoi r seem To meet Macdooald in The drawing room without knowing the man o his we would say hrre is the j finished product of the university and j the Yet this very remarkj able man wjll tell you that he owes I He hal felt it rtvcts sary to say this been many evil things were said of the party to which lie had the honor to lc Macdonald explained that his tour was undertaken for the purpose oi knowing and of our kith and kin cuuw jlwut thin liestid that Sujerijiteiident tor liolcher and Major liurnMi asked to judge the public drill s the for cups donatwl by mind went back to the days when he iren the jungles of India in of the as a meintar of fam ous Hussars and up lie Wky cant the tiusiws do the and ho related Jhis four experience in tw Tiustee Ximmoris was not to He hud a military He had servediu some Drag lie know the for thirteen days andhad acted a rear icuard for one of our jfoveruor i Hut all UoU jjarliiiputtHl in a navul oil the river but didnr let his IVlow trustees into the Sijcivis of this Fleeiwood and Nimtnons thought they had ami lkKUitii but oh Johnston naiybe a peaceful citizen lie has served his country on the field of battle but in He a fjuarur master sergeant with a reg iment at t Thvn SecretaryTreasurer Ikwmun sat back in his chair and told oi the awful warfare he had engaged in as a sergeant of the iVincessj Louise Kusilliers of f With Hglttningi spetthe resolut ion was the win jjidge the drill A Padley Infatuated With Scenery in Kast Padley is enthusiastic ov er the Kootenay and Columbia coun try and in a recent talk with the Herald he said Aiulti the beauties of Kootenay with its plete change of surroundings dweller on the prairie none ford hiore thorough delight thai a trip to the KootenajvCoiumbiA Companys Fruit Ijinds near Throiuli the courtesy of McDernud McIIardy the visitor will be ed across the Lake from West Rob son in their gasoline launch and caa take a path through the woods lead ing by a gradual ascent to the top of the hills where a of beauty wilt meet the In front there are those magnificent moun nameless as yetx from their but though without a The enay riverxat base enters tfce Colnmbiariver on its under the pretty railway Castlegar Itailway stat ion lies sleeping in the wakened every now busy for a few niooients arrival or passing of a Away to the right stretches the guaixled by the it jealous to preserve its and ip themselve retlected la When the Lake steamer ploughs its at fifteen knots hour through its waters throwing thefoam from its they are evidently disturbed for fcuL qiiekiy settle back to the reflcctioo rock antl Hera and ihe if tieteruuned staod in bold relief displaying that nono but the eagle would to hut lit their base the fern grows fearless oi the towering crags above The luxuriant growth of the trees proves the richness of the delight of the climber is the exniler ating effect of the for after hours of touringthe watch its climbing its hills ami wamlcringamid il3 ferns and the wild the only is regrcti that the day is and the vatchor must get town Hit oh the What col What shapes the Kikes and the islands in lakes Weil it must he seen to be umier allegiance to no university or sou wno livetl under thesame while the selfeducation as j n whom he felt the deepest tcresl the greatcsi the cordiality with which received thus far on his is popularly he holds Then where I id you that mar volloiis culture one involuntarily and the answer came promptly just gathered it A little closer examination of the tenures ami of lines of character drawn tell of resistance of conflicts that have fought and victories Macdonald was accompanied to the Club by a lady who sontohat astonshid of our FrenchCanadian fellow inlhe early part of the day by her rtiwut pleasure The rest of the evoning teas In ami in the course of his commonts upon certain phases of the fiscal Macdonald that nota little amusement was created at the cable reports over fronV here of the by the Canadian man ufacturers upon their return from visit of last which hW clainicdinat tlw fruh they had addressed wore pre Said to he Near i Medicine Hat A surveying party for the Hill railroad are at work about 10 miles south of Medicine They arc heading for nullbead Creek awt arc expected to Medicine Hat Ma the course of a The almvo information was given the Times by a person who saw The party and we are ITargrave met the surveyors wHo said they were surveying the Hill road to Medicine pared to accept thelimited as price command of the French Ux After the members of Club had j prcsentwl to Tivsirknt in a few felicit o us gave him Were r Mayor of said T would offer you the keys of the but asI of the Keform I can only toll glail re are to Sfreet on i Macdonald responoert in graceful in which remarV a niatter of Mr the proposit ion was never taken Itoring evening light afresh were served to the giwsts by militant tho executive of Jxlhbridge possesses school PROMPT fact lifers Ijife IVnr I to acknowledge receipt of your for one ami payment in full of Toi icy the life of my late accept my thanks for the prompt manner in whicft this tlaim was sottlofl by ihis statenvcnt aftor thi revealed their militarj ex perieive at the monthly on that he had been induced to come j XomUy Ttis Iwlievird tho to the Shrine of Anur De this year will total I ;