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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 30, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta othing but Best IS THE HERALD'S MOTTO I GOSSIP!" H  ON THE SIDE Ti,,hr Read the Herald every week. Patronize its Advertising Columns . Humane agent A. (I. McMillan, of Detroit has drawn up a few "(lot. Weather Do's and Don't'' for I.ho guidance of nv�n in charge of liorrt>.�>e dead. A LitNU-alism which refused to hear both sides was not Liberalism at all. While he knew perfectly well that some of them dUl not agree with him, still there were none who could say that any p>v-Judice had tieen brought to bear > on them to prevent them from l.s-toning to what he might put fur � Those who were at, the gathering represented a great political parly in Canada, while he represented u� �� distinctively what might lie ciille.t a KniM.ll but very vigorous political party in the Old Country. They might not*ho eye to eye and face in face, but, nevertheless, he -full th-v were on the same side in the great uscnt controversy that had :ss�n fought in Rnglnnd during the but throe' or four years, which result in a decisive victory for the Lilveil party at the last general elections. "My .position'with regard to Ihil" said Mr. Macdonald, "and the portion of every other member of the party to which .1 have the honor to The notsjt Lowery's claim is to j take a holiday as the following notice fioni the editor shows: ^ Sir.-As the powers nt Ottawa 1 have In eked my joui%nl out of I ho | mail sacks, I intend to stop to-.' ; l.'lalm in September and hie tnc to the South in order lo chase the rod  buck to my lily-white cheeks. I Liltorty seems to^he dying in Can- ! ndn. as It Is the only country en ; earth that has shut my paper out i of the mails, i If I was n Grit and a grafter this j story might never have l*on told. I nr. Ivowrrv. ! Nelson., August 1SI. lOrtfl.  1 are oiu - . I In reading the Montreal Herald!calculating how much we can Kl 1 ;ihe other day I came across a re-i port of a ivcoption tendered �!. Uans-I say Macdonald. M.P., leader of she , Independent>or party in the O'd ; Country. His speech impressed me i \ery much and led mo at once . H ! wish that every Ijibor leader bio i t lit* sound cominonsense, practical Ideas and good Judgment of .Vr I Macdonnld. For the benoiU of tin lleruld'M readers, I publish I lie re-' port ns 1m>Iow: The reception tendered Inst even- ly came aliout this way. 'IViiNuh! 0. H, Johnston suggested that Superintendent Wilson, lns|iec � tor lletcher and Major 'Uurncrtt be v askeirto Judge the public school drill classes In, the comiwlltlon for the rups, donated by Wm, Henderson-,. Chairman Fleetwood's mind went back to the days when he tram the Jungles of India in the service of the Queen, ns a member of the famous Hussars and up ho spoke, "Why. can't the trustees do the Judging" and then, lie related his four yearn experience In the Hussars. Trustee Simmons was not to he beaten. He hail a military record, loo. He had served'In some Dragoons, ho didn't know the name, for thirteen days and 'had acted as a rear guard for one of our govornor-uenerals. Hut alfovo. nil that, he had parililpitted In a naval engagement on the tJu'Appello river but he didn't, let his fellow trustees Into tho secrets of this combat.; Messrs, Fleet wood and Nimmons thought they had Messrs.. Johnston ntrd Dow man routed, but oh! no. t'eorgi! II. lohnston may he a very peaceful citizen but he has served his country too-not on I he field of battle but In camp. He was once a quarter mentor sergeant with a. regiment �t Pelorboro, Ont. Then Secret a ry-Treasuror Dowmun sat back in his chair and told of the awful warfare ho had engaged In us a sergeant of the Princess Louise Fusllllors of Halifax. Willi lightning* spots! the tvsolut  ion was changed' and the trustees will Judge the drill competition. A HIIAirriFDL SIOHT. th-v. C. Dudley Infatuated With Scenery In Knm Kootenay. Ilev. C. Dudley is enthusiastic over the. Kootenay and Columbia country und in a recent talk with the Herald he suid: Amid the wondrous beauties of tha Kootenay District, with Its .:oni -plele change of surroundings  ttw dweller on the prairie none /ill �i-ford more thorough delight than a> trip to the Kootcnayt-Columbia Company's Fruit l*ndt it, llobson. near Nelson, B.C. I'hroiult tho courtesy of Messrs. McOeitnirt' Jr. Mclliirdy ihe visitor will be :o..>,� -ed across the l.ake from West Hanson in their gasoline launch, and caa lake a path through the woods leait-heiong-and the position of pructlc- j ing by a gradual ascent to the top ally every memlier of the party now in. power-is that the moment we attempt to base our Kmpire upon economics, tho Kmpire wlfi crumble to 1 lie'dust! (Applause.) If our Kmpire Is,not founded upon moral, ethical and psychological conditions, it cannot lust. The moment we mens-r loyalty* lo ihe Kmpire) by from it, then you are making preparations to sell the Kmpire. You will not expect me to-night to enter into the details of that controversy: but 1 would say don't liefleve ami don't allow yourselves to lie misled into tho belief that you can build up and maintain tho Empire upon a solid basis." Mr. Mncdonnld wvul on to point out that the best inheritance of the Kmpire was Its traditions. That >*� �'.v ,he" members of the Reform i *** 1*� '""iOS Ut ^ ^ Club to Mr. .1. Hamsav Macdonald ' Wc �e.v Proud of .he , M.l� thi. ...../ >i. i " '" i Kmpire Is-cause wo knew I hut it ��.t .. i no louder of the Independent ' , . , , ... , , l*lw Daily |, the I'nlled Kimr |"loart.lop ,ftw' 1hsUCi> ttBrt �0 no university or acad- Jlno wu .. wno )lvwt under the same emy. while the self-education as H j fl aw'| ,n whom ,u, (i,\t the dee|H�st jiH popularly understood, he itoltlt* ;� | intord expresswl the greutost *or�- - j ploasurt- at the cordiality with which Then where did you get that mar- \ hp nJ|(| ))CP(l r,.t.,.ived thus far on his vellous culture'.' one Involuntarily ' asks, und the answer came prompt ly ouoiigh, "Just gathered It through Ufa." A little donor examination of the Aiiely-chiso'lled features and of Ihe lilies of character druwu there, loll of resistance overcomu, of conflicts that have bean fought and victories won. Mr. Macdonuld was uccompaniod to ih.) Club by Mrs. Macdonald, a ludy who somehut aslonished some of our French-Canadian fellow citizens inlhe early purl of the day by her Muem cointnaud of the French language. After the members of the Club had been presented lo Mr. Macdonald, President Oeolfrion. In a few (elicit -ous words gave, him hearty,welcome. "Were I Mayor of Montreal." sai'J lie, "I would offer you tho keys oi tho city, but as I am bill President of the Deform Club I can only tell you how glad ve ate to greet you here." Mr. Macdonald responded In a graceful speech In which ha remarked that he had been induced to come of the hills where a panorama of beauty will meet the eye. In front there are those magnificent mountains, nameless as yet from their multitude, but always' striking, though without a name. The Kootenay river at their baso enters the Columbia river passing on its wa% under the pretty railway bridge, where the Castlegar Hallway station lies sleeping in the sunlight, wakened every now sr.d Uffcin busy life, for u few moments by lli� arrival or passing of a trsi.i. Away to the right siretches the n.or ��tr guarded by the mounf.'iv us u jealous to preserve Us beauty, and  o see tlieuiholve rellccted in its depths. When the Lake steamer ploughs its wuy at fifteen knots an hour through its waters throwing the foam from its how, they ui-a evident I j' disturbed for a time, but quickly settle back*to ihe reflection of tree, fern, rock and sky. Here and there the rooks, as if determined recognized, stand out in bold relief displaying clifts, lhat none but the eagle would cart to face, but ut their buse the fern grows fearless of the towering crags above it. "The luxuriunt growth of the trees proves the richness of tho sail. The delight of the climber is ihe exhlleiv utiug elVeut oi the climate, for after hours of louring the district, watching its beauties, climjbing its hills und wandering amid its ferns and the wild brake, the only feeling, is regret that Hie day is dying. and Ihe vutcher must got back to the town for the needed rest. "Hut oh the sunset! What col  oiirfi! What shapes the mountains, lukes and tho islands in the lakesl Well it must be seen to bo untler- visit The rest of the evening ��� �PTi l, general conversation, und In tho course of his comments upon certain phases of the fiscal controversy, Mr. Macdonald said that not a little amusement was created at -the cable reports sent over from here of tho speeches, made by the Cunudluti manufacturers upon their return from heir visit of lust year, in which they claimed lh*ut the F.ugltsh gatherings I hoy had addressed were pro -pared to uccept tho limited prefer -ence thut they offered uh tho prico or the llritish people imposing a tax on food. "As a mutter of fnct," mild Mr. Macdonald. "tho proposition was never luken seriously." During tho'evening light refreshments were served to the guests by tho executive of tho club. Ijethbrldge possesses a militant school boa ril. We make (his statement ufler the trustees revealed their military ox~ nerleree at the monthly meeting on Monday night. HILL'S SL'HVKYORS. Suid to lie at Work N'enr Medicine Hat. (Medicine Hut Times) A surveying purty for the Hill ruilroud are ut work about 10 miles south of Mod it loo Hat. They are heading for Hull-head Creek and are expected to roach Medicine Hat In the course of a week. The ubovo information was given to tho Titiies by a person who saw the party Ihd wo are also toW that Dr. Hargrove met the surveyors who said they worn surveying the Hit) road to Medicine Hat. a I �. PROMPT PAYMENT. Manufacturer's Life Insurance Co., Toronto. Out. Dear Sirs,-1 Isjg to acknowledge receipt of your cheque for one thou?-uml dollars, payment in full of policy T.. 17,0Hfl u.ion the life of my late wife, Jemima K. Itotsford. Pleaso accept my thanks for the prompt manner in which this tlalm was settled by you. (Signed) VWM. HOTSFOBD. 1/ is believed the visitors to the Shrine of St. Anne IV Beaupre, Que. this year will total 200,000. ;