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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 31, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The LethbVidgeDaily Herald. 31.1910 cold, 'to Jbe, sure, out you want It to -be" as well. 7atfr 8hocks the stomach and retards digestion. Sweetened-" conducive to health. lDE BEER IS I, a and beneficial. There is more to It than wetness, -and coolness. It' is a sustaining it refreshes you and you .stay refreshed. Ctllifor' Lethbridg PHONE NO. 154. The Brewing Malting Co., Ltd. we are also British subiects to the core. (Applause.) "I told you .a' sjoment ago Urn u is for me a matter of rejoicing and re- gret that I appear before you. 1 told you of and now let tell you of the regret. The regret .is that this is my last meeting province of- British Columbia, Two weeks from .today I entered British Columbia on-this present 'trip, and for the last two we have been trav- elling through be A garden party will be held on the to say that 1 am.a party pretty lawn surrounding, the C W aui. I belong to the Liberal party; Round street tomorrow taink my 'best, but I have Jevemng for the 'benefit of the mano no fault to find with .those who think r'und 9? the Y.W.C.T.U -home Electric it is not. .but whether we are Liberals will, illuminate the lawn andltn or Conservatives we can all admit that lce' cream, .'booth and -home made the aim and purpose which -we have sweets, stall will be features Everv f" the and ts iavited 'to come and spend the. tae glory and the happiness of Can- ada, our country. (Enthusiastic ao- plause.) "It is with a.sentiment of regret that now I am departing from British" Columbia. You have been kind en- ough in. this address.' sir. to say in your concluding; words 'that you hope will .keep me for some pening years yet (in the position for which 1 am.) I cannot hope that. You can see by my white locks that I am pretty 'ar -advanced in years now, bat whe- evening--with the "Y" girls. -Miss Jeffries, of Victoria, was the guest at an exceedingly charm- ing euciire last evening given 'by Mrs'. F. Reeve. The game was played at eight .tables which were placed in the brightly decked drawing rooms wnere gai'den flowers were effectivelr L J. McLeay Suite 2 Hill Block, upstairs Redpath Street (Cottianaed irom front have your tier -removed at an early date, it J in-..'-coal-and in.-mineral's of a few years or more, or whe- Sirr Wilfrid's Remarks Sir Wilfrid's appearance was gree-t- eo. by a citizens, and after "receiving the "greet. ings the jnayor Sherwood Ber- he addressed rhe assembly as and i .niay say also your resources in agriculture -wiich let me tell Mayor, and '.fellow citi- gathering of the. zens. wiir-be equal in everVparticular "Gentlemen, of tne city council and .you 'under your feet. A Word to A! lens Toil have signified-' this that tie citizens of Jamie, it is with feelings of- -pleasure' and. fesret I .find :myself. in. this. new city of The ib.uildings which ;.me .and. -1 cast- my' evidence'Of, tibe energy people, of British of the West-i Here in. Fer- of Fenxie -.are I proud-of the institutions under which live and that the whole population native or alien, 'is proud of the-name of Canada. -I am proud -also' know from'-some of. the things I have seen that there "Is not 'only a large native, element in the population of Fernie bat there-is also a 'element. To them I would ;have .given evidence of' thTs-say to 'those fellow citizens of aurs. come from distant parts of, Europe or perhaps the United. States, to them I -would say as tb> Erst servant of .-'the" Crown." in .this that they'are -welcome. What- ever we have -we are willing to share ther I remain longer or whether I am does not matter. have doce my share TO the best of my ability, and I hope that when I have gone the neople wnom I am now addressing may have a. kin-d remembrance for mjr The Hon. George P. Graham then concluded the meeting with a few witty and appropriate, remarks were well received. used .everywhere. The honor favors woa by -Mrs: Arnold and Mr. H- -WHoon, and the consolation girts ;oy Miss Wadmore and Mr. Ar- nold. During the evening a delicious menu was served at the card -tables. MACDONALD GIVEN A BOOST .62 (Continued from front pag- ,T. S. MacKenzie was the host- ess ai a pretty tea yesterday 'after- noon given, for her mother. "Mrs. F L. Caiman of Fargo. X D. A .number of novel guessing contests sharpened the wics of the thirty and 'in the work basket contest Mrs. Thom- asson won the first favor, a pair of embroidery scissors, and 'Mrs.' J B the appreci- Hon." WmTempleman; Ralph smith Murray was consoled with -I.P., and Senator Bostock, who have [silver .thimble. Sweei beas in urofus- i enterprise perhaps in a -any other city in. .the -of Canada, in 'that destroyed by -Jbe -task of the. -phoenix .risen from IWfietljer reijeairtr- instituti r Sour. years them.' Whatever we Deceive. lands, our laws'or our than-it was whatever -we have we '__ to take a part of-and our >y a population .en- anibition is that the--- should worthy and. successful and prosperous.-.The. only we ask' them in' return for what we give them as, native Canadians, is that thev Premier through British "Cclambia, leave night for home... Hon. Frank Oliver and Premier Sifton wiU meet the party at Macleod in the morning. CONFERENCE TORNS 1 'DOWN WOMEN ion were used about the room's. At five o'clock Mrs. Ka'cKenzie' was as- sisted in serving' the-tea hour dainties by her daughter.. Miss, Lois. Mrs. J Moore of Coaldale and Miss Jessie MacKenzie cf Minneapolis. The out of town guests included Mrs, Fair- Held, of Kingston. -Ont., -Mrs. R. H. Owen, -Mrs. Nimmons Mont, Miss Jessie with'- the, energy enterprise ch I have spoken.- tperhaps. .allow- me- to'-say '-that ft is 'also another soumj of 'pleasure tnat this .is ,-an uii-poHtical meeting, stffi-.a statement -which I "oe- iieve all whatever their ..political opinions, is that if uerejosts today-as a bright xising-; '.duetto -Nest >Pass-raU- v car- d, -by -the' government of 4rhich ,'J took office: in 1890. -Since that .the policy, which -was adopted sin that occasion, has -been, more than -kated may say that we. have done in. this foiir- -ieen years for .southern British Co- w-hat 'trying -to. do northern.British by the (Continued 'from should-.become loyal and true subjects of; His -Majesty the King and "should tfcey not? It js -not sufficient for them should ;-eome and remain go back-to taeif native ;land..-because, let me say. to tfiem. the land of .their -birth, whether it" be in Europe or 'amongst-our -cousins, the American people, they will never find in the land of thetr birth a better land, better laws, -better- institutions than those of Canada. (Hear, hear.) A Tribute to Britain "It is our proud privilege that we are- -living under British institutions. an west- A .letter condolence over the death of Klna' Edward loval- tv to the throne is to -be -sent b-eorg-e v. The. conference has thorized the-appoinuneni of ern associate editor for the Christia -Guardian. The- press a-hferfy- vote thanks irom the general conference for in .the circulation o -the proceedings of -Minneapolis Mrs. John Moore of Coaldale. Cranbrook this opportunity of having the Premier of the Dominion address them. He also spoke of his own pleasure in seeing, such a large and representative gathering. Sir Wilfrid's Speech Sir-Wilfrid, in his speech at expressed his heartfelt au_... ation of the most cordial reception he ha-d received at the hands of the people of Craabrook. He regretted the short time he -was able to be in the city, but was anxious- to get home, and if he stopped, off as lonp; at" each point as every one -wished hr- would be an old man! before he got back east. the last Brit- isn1 Columbia election, he considered) that fiad more.honest methods beenij employed a different return' 'would i cf tomghrin Hall, have '-resulted and that those employ-' THE WEATHER Edmonton, fair. 60 40 Calgary, raining eg 4-L Lethbridge, cloudy........... 70 41 Winnipeg, clear .1.......... 62 38 .02 Rain has fallen in Alberta, and scattered showers in Eastern Sas- katchewan and Manitoba, but. the winds have decreased and tie weather has cleared and is now generally fine and cool in "'still raining in SaskatcheV wan. _ FORECAST fair and a-ture. Saskatchewan and "Alberta' local but, for the most .part much change'in 'tempera- ture. BUSINESS. Pictures! change "tonight-fat reka. A Ho d of good things to eat are-to'fre-had from -this bakery. ed were such' as to reflect no credit whether On the Conservative partv'or the country. Canadians, are privileg- ed to .be governed -under the British which is the- best in the LAUnfEjR- Ai'iCH" -world-1 and --that called for "party gov- -of Co. ernmenr..-Hc went On i-o sa---i-hat at, Good time. G-ood music. One act''changes atrthe'-Eu- The the" Lyceum BREAD OF TE cakes and BEST- pies -that-lriya" the besf that any mother .'ever; made. If'yau tried this bakery' we" do not you would' home again; when] you; get without boftei-. of, as. much expense. >Th he 'rest Construction, of Grand aaye said many times; and I repeat The construction of that aoatn- the British institutions un- rail way 'will for another -paft of which we live are'the-best that nave ever toeeil gov. ernment of man. TVe are a monarchy lilt; ICOL- rnere nave Oeen thirty "sessions :dur ing the present conference -sc hours have been spent in committee rooms.; All speak of the intense in- terest manifested by the delegates ana the spirit pf- eood.jellowship- that prevailed-from start Ad- journment took place at 11 p m Eight committees had been heard d'ur the evening. T- e very thing whicb. has done by. the of the southern Pass railway. It win a .new '-country -which for resources will vie with the part of. the. .and 7the -effect of the -policy; which -we have adopted. 'be to imfold the map of the ..province a.t least one- thousand was my just a 'week 'ago to visit the northern part of y-cur province, at Prince Rupert, and to the credit of British Co- we at the same time a -democ- racy. -We are subjects of the King, but -we: know that the King himself, like the humblest of'his subjects, is subject to the and that he is him- self the -first to give an example of submission .to the law, and in this part of .the vast domain of His Ma- jesty- in we are proud to -main- tain ourselves under the British Sag and to "say that whilst we are Canad- STETTLER GETS ASSURANCE FROM CANADIAN NORHERN the following wire -from nipeg from R. v. L. Shaw, IL re- Win- "Canadian Northern have instructed their engineers to survey a new iSe s' long- branching off TRY IT NOW! CAFE OPPOSITE THE EUREKA: Is prepared-to serve-the tastiest meals to their the triaJ convince vou. _ ALL WHITE HELP. SH08T ORDERS A SPECFALTY. WE AiM TO PLEASE. fice. will train to Stettler. i f busmess handled at Stettler of- JIB PIERCED RIGH LUNG Angust" So-ChriS. brea-' is being- s'howered compliments he is responsible7 for the artistically under which Sir' Wilfrid Lanr.jerJin man-.- times during His "Sir Laurier has.jbeen .feted in every city in the West and undoubted-' little .event or detail pertaining each .what 'better can away from than the -arch, which has "fceei-Vected honor sand which stan'ds'.tor-'tiie products; peculiar to Letkb'rigge :.and her .'immediate surrounding Tomorrow evening the Herald will have a detailed description the Xaurier. Arch." _ election a great deal had been -said against him. that it has been stated .should hn be returned to power a yellow'instead" of. a white British Columbia would result. but yas that so Since, his party went into, power at Ottawa, the -number of- Asiatics, -Chinese, Japanese and Hin- dus coming into the country had been aecreasmg until at last practically ;npne-wei-e being: Trie policv was for-.fa Columbia.- hejsaid that the Chinese govern- ment had not asked for any'agree-' the s. tomorrow at S o'clock atT the -Uex- andra Hotel, Charles H. Kerr is au- thorized, by. the-polden' West Rt-altv Co. to sell bv public auctfon" soms> of the best inside property in' this city.. It is expected that the bidding Av.lU. be spirited, many are --an- xious to secure some" of the 'parcels that-win ment or treaty to immi- .craiion and that therefore they did appear to want to :have "tHeir try immigrate, that- the -Japanese government had applied .-for a special no i. countr For and spn. Come to the Garden party on the C. W. Gray lawn. on' Round street to- morrow ejenins. for the benefit of -the iund of the Y.W. C.T.IT home The Y.W.C.T.U. girls will serve to the -'London, Ont., C. NLY A FEW HOtfKS FOE THIS WORLD Globe Going ito the eBHiition Bow-wows Sure Tonight OUttl Beautv Men Are Anxious to Keep Youno. _ Nothing so detracts from the at- Women There js'no e.xcase for this condi- tion nowadays, .because notice is the of the restorer, is now' on sale in Kl VACUUM HOTJSECLEAXING PHONE 1115 OR CALL 411 FORD ST., NEXT POSTOFFICE at the drug store of John- t Jackson, and sold with a ririd guarantee at 50 cents a large -bottle. its introduction into Canada, and here are the reasons- f is safe and harmless. It removes dandruff in two iiiing the dandruff It stops .falling liair k promptly stops itching j scalp. a 'bv gerai. Boston, Aug. a few hours more and this old world will" go to. the demnitio.i bow wows. This'-state--' is made on the authority of -A. Rawson, an apostfe of Roller Sect, who declares that.the world will come lo an end at mrdnieht tonight. Rawson alleges that this globc'.wl-H: tnen roun-d its six thousandth year, and claims Biblical inspiration for proof of that claim that it is due to suffer a great change'on that '-birth- day. The tragedy is to begin with fire, acainst which the puny efforts of. mundine fire brigades will avail naught. All peoples of earth'will be consumed in a biff blaze, except those who have been born namely Holy Hollers. treaty but the Dominion government had insisted on any Japanese coming .._ W111, w living.up to civilizei they will iold, tomor- standards. As it could! rowlcvcninK ph the C. W. Grav lawn live on a wage that wouldn't keep a on "Round street.'" man from in the Ladies of "Culture and Re- fineinent Usti Salvia Hair Tonic. It Makes the Hair Beautiful .York, ]abor is been Ke turther stated that as Bri- tain and Canada had Boosts MacDonald He then went cm to sav he had heard air. MacDonald, the defeated candidate at the-last provincial'elec- People'of Cran- r- than select im tor their next candidate, not at election71110 bW St thC Dorainioa him the stamp of man antl H vould (air pleasure to h'avft hous.6 t-bero. He trusted sincerely that since they Bad done him the honor of receiving him and listening to him they would also do nitt, the honor of following his ad- in the election respecting the He: stated it was throu-h oi nis government that the .lne 'Crow" had come into a'i- In 1896 there "t that since the inauguration t line that 'been That dandruff ks. ..positively destroy this .bv oy every is the root of all SALYIA will KH the dandruff The; Alberta Drug and Book uarantees it. It -will grow- hair' itching scalp, falling hair, and erms Co. on .fade Row, one of the city's busies; streets, stopped horrifi'ed today at tibc. siffht of a -man's bodv burled the air from the roof of the twenty- six storey Park Row building. Thf. crashed into the skylight of the six-storey adjoining, and be- came jammed in'the'machinerv of elevator in the building. It was hard Iy. recognizable, and some difficult v was .anticipated identifying it.- Sur- geons who made a hasty examination said that the man'had died No one seems- to have seen the man KO to the roof .of" the building, and it was not k'nown whether -he id! from the dizfey height or iomped .to -his-, death. the hair and abundant If pre- FRENCH ORGANIZATION WALL STREET PRICES Xew York. Aug. street, narrow and irregular price changes marked the opening in the stock mar o4 tho ket followed by an advancing tendency It Sives life and beauty to the it .Is not sticky or greasy. tonlmaS? PCrfumod vol- Transactions were significant in urac. Western Usion sold at an ad- vance of 2, and Reading and Wabash pfd, 5-8. Great. Northern pfd. declined. CONGRESS .-you substitute: j you confidence, -Made only in Canada bv Giroux Co., Fort Erie. Ont. the auburn hair package. is unworthy of Segia. Judge F. X.-Lemieux and The 02 everv T. C. Chapsis are in attendance. The Kidcapoer who stole y year-old boy at Kingston N Y 'himself to death Society, the dissolution and r mtion of which was ordered Pope has written a letter of submission to His Holiness g that the work for popular .education o, the five hundred iranohes will be turned over to the Smgier adds, however, that he -re- grets the declsroa of the Vatican as- t gives the impression that the 'church1 is opposed to democracy and j ces that .he will personally centime a democratic -propaganda. Rome, Aug. The Pone in re." ceiving Signor GentiJini. president 'of the Catholic union, today, insisted yp- on the peril of modernism' in ,ali coun- tries and under all forms. The .pontiff said that he had displayed the great- est toleration in the matter of the stillionis. -condemning the society on- ly after repeated corn-plaints on the part of the French Episcopal, which had declared that their determination coontained errors common to all work for Christian democracy by false in- terpretation of the precepts of 'Pooe Leo XIII. and .lustre. is a iair dressing that has tnc favorite .-with- women- of taste and who know the soc- ial value "of -beautiful Jbai- -i generous bottle "costs only It an-d in CHARGED WITH ASSAULT Prince Albert, Aug. George Prr- "ett, of Duck Lake, is in jail laving been committed for trial on the charge preferred by a young Ga- lidan'girl of assault a week ago Sun- day, while church. she was on her way to WINNIPEG MARKETS Winning, Aug. opener) 103 1-4, closed 103 December open- ed 101 3-8, closed 101 7-8: May opened 106, closed 106 7-S. Cash close No. for "SALVIA-" ior sage) as on-every bottle. i: JOS 1-2. No. 2 Northern (Lat-'No. 3 Northern 103 1-2. No. Oats 36 7-8. Flax 221. Lethbridge Conservatory of Music CORNER ASHMEAD BOMPAS'STS. J. OEOBGE HARPEE, Director The largest and besfc. equip- ped Music School'in Alberta Increased staff of expert teachers Class private instruction. Many free advantages. Re-opens Thursday, Sept. 1 ;