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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 11, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta ALBtftTA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1908. PAGE THREE SUTHERLAND IS MADE THE SPEAKER by Saskatchewan v Yesterday. Legis- R-un nlwuys BUwp the mind ut tlio iii'i- vidual. Muny wle uutl'.-nnj! fr-.w dis- figuring nkin disuses so-i'-ty uii1! lose nil prhiu in Llioir JXTH 'tul SVheu tho skill brcuki out ia eruptions I OUR LETTER BOX. THE CALGARY HERALD'S TIRADE Kditor of the Herald: "U AUTO SKATE' I Regina, Siisk., Dec-. His Excellency AUTOMOBILE SKATE THE FASTEST, STRONGEST AND LIGHTEST HOCKEY SKATES USED IN CANADA AUTO MODEL C AUTO MODEL B CYCLE MODEL 25 CYCLE MODEL 5 CYCLE MODEL 10 CYCLE MODEL 20 Per Pair ,3.50 2.50 2.50 1.50 1.50 8 p. in. Lieut.-Guver- not an escort .Mount-1 ed at the Legislative Buildings wi ill the usual of the trumpet. Hus Excellency's arrival was by un aide dc camp, and the cuitonmry salute was given upon Hbj Excellency's entry to tho Legislative room. The Assembly then called upon to elect a speaker iind His Excellency retired. Premier Scott then arose and nominated W. C. Sutherland, Saskatoon, as Speak- er, the same being unnnimously car- ried. His Excellency then re entered and read 'the following address from the throne.: "Mr. Speaker, aud Gentlemen the Legislative Assembly: I am pleas- ed to welcome vou to the first ses- Dear jappears that two it J8 duo entirely to :in impure tho blsxxJ. Calgary Herald led mis- In all such 'evv York, Dec. parallel des times of Canada and the United States and the traits and tempera-1 ment that go to moke up the nation- al characteristics of the citizens of each of the two countries were glor- ied in song and story at the. twelfth annual dinner of the Canadian Socie- ty of New York at Delrnonico'.s to- night where tho British King and the president of the United States were in turn tgasted. The four hundred members of the society seated at tho tables, gay with miniature standards of the Dominion, .were particularly re- sponsive to the sentiments expressed, by .Robt. Cooper Smith, of Montreal, John Ford, secretary of the American Asiatic Society, Jacob Hoges and Jul ius M.' Mayer. ...Mr. Smith was introduced as "The Choate of Canada." After humorous- ly voicing his fear that too lavish an exposure of the actual ami potential wind blows." Ixjth- busy with her own af- fairs at the present time and Leth- bridge reaISy.es just as keenly over Calgary Herald and all its Mis- sionaries ever can that the great, and crying of Southern Alberta is railways but Ixjthbridge is side-1 stepping to thft whims of individuals. In trying to hold Lethbridge and her public men up for ridicule and abuse the Calgary Herald is forgetting the "weightier matters of the law." Just because people don't "fall down and worship them" these self-appoint- ed missionaries throw their noses up in the air as though they smelted some- thing bad cm the earth in real- ity that bad smell that aperature just below the nose) and shake the. dust from their feet in hot haste for the West. When the! time comes for action the J.-ethbrldge Udlird of Trade need take no offence idor the decree o! the civil tribunal of the Seine, ha1, ing jurisdiction of the case and the amount was apportion- ed between tho new and old cojnpan- ii's in the exact proportion decided in ibis decree of the civic trihutml of the Seine. Cincinnati. Ohio, Dec. Cin- cinnati Times-Star, of which Chas. Taft is editor and proprietor, publish ed today the following reply to the article on the Panama Caual which appeared in the Indianapolis News and Xew York World: "The New York World, the paper which was respon- sible for most of the talk about the Panama Canal scandal during the re- cent campaign, says this morning: Whether Douglas Robinson, who is Mr. Roosevelt's brother-in-law, or any of Mr. Taft's' brothers, associat- ed with Air. Crovvell in Panama ex- ploitation or shared in these profits is incidental to the main issue of ''Letting in the the state- ment is intentionally misleading." The Panama story was used in the campaign for political reasons only. The one thing that gave it political value in the eyes of those who used or pay any attention to the insinua- tions of the Calg-nry Herald. The boy kicked by. didn't get he just considered the source. Yours, Lethbridge first. PANAMA CANAL DISPUTE it was the fact that the story ntf printed carried the names of a brother Morse.'.'key. tape; has perforated pulse- over the wire reproduced at dealing with this the receiving end, still in Morse char- B. acters submitted lor your consideration. wealth -of Canada might arouso the Taft's stupidity of unscrupulous neighbors, i Prof. Smith outlined a few-of thej works of development and exploita- ation now under way beyond the inys of the Republican candidate for the presidency brother-in-law of the president. The inference was plain enough. It Theodore Roosevelt and Win. H.--Taft that, have used influence as hieh ofiicials of the Unit- ed States government to help their near relatives in the looting of the treasury at Washington. World is trying to dodge the issue. It wants to be relieved of the responsibility of trying to drag the names of Mr. Robinson and Mr. Taft into its made D. jto order of scandal and slime." Brother York Gets After Newip3.pe-s the New tical degree of latitude, HoytP in commenting to- which he said would good the "Fon the president's letter to Mr. Foulk. regarding the payment for the solution. Arguments in'the way of extensions of branch railways become more and more insistent. A measure question will ubmitted prophesy that the twentieth century belonged to Canada. The rapid ex- pansion in British Columbia, the. 041-' ening of the Cobalt the deep-: ening of the .St. Lawrence waterways and the Georgian Bay and other ca- nal projects would roll up the map of Canada two hundred miles further north, he-said. There were greater! things, however, than national gross, the speaker asserted. As wealth and jn the hands of the people of the United States, had been means and ends so in the hands of the of Canada and power had also been merely to higher ideals purer joys and deeper f'anama canal, said: "I furnished to the president the facts concerning the method of payment o" the money for the Panama Canal to the French peo- ple. nG L 3 are absolutely true. The money was MURDERERS 'MUST HANG. 0 t'w.i, Dec. Cabinet has il--clinrd to interfere in the death sen- on Lee Chung, Joluj Pertelhv ;u'.-! Jenkins. to Sia'-p'-rl ;it N -w WestimnsU'r D-.-c. 13. .itici of Mull Honfr. at Maclood, Al- b-.'tta. There will also be submitted to you A LINCOLN PALL-BEARER. Washington. D.C., Dec. eral G. Wortsingtpn, a former member of Congress from Nevada, bills relating to rural organization; loyalty. With greater wealth would come greater responsibility with for protection of threshers "operatives roore powers and more forbearance. There could liu no jealousy between to incorporate the Veterinarians' As- sociation, and various ot'mir mea- sures. United States and Canada he de- clared because the aims and ideals ami only living pall-benrer at funtral of. Abraham Lincoln, was stricken with apoplexy ou the floor thej In common with all r.itIrons of Ca- ol the ,two countries were identical, nada you were-gratified, I am sure, "Vfo have confidence in your nation- at the successful carrying out of the I conscience." he said, "and we wish j of thft House shortly after dinner to- day. Ho was conveyed to a cloak room in, a critical condition. MILL BURNED. Truro, N.S., serious fire in the lumber and building material mill of Thomas A. Barnhill, Belmont, panics, with separate charters. the buildings, machin- whcthcr a merger of these is planned "y.ruid much lumber nearby. The in connection with the new system of John McKinnor., who was has not been learned. BarnhiU's employment was also Manager Dunstan of the Bell Tele- destroyed. ,Loss probably J8.000, in- historic celebrations at Quebec in 'you more power as we wish ourselves July, marking the three power, because your power and j birthday of the earliest Canadian pro- i Olir power mean that :i cormrfon-forcc v-ince. as well as with the gracious the enforcement of I presence within the .Dominion on principles, that contracts are rights of nations; as rights of indivjd occasion of If. R. U. The Prince of binding and that Wales. ftrc as sacred Conjointly with the governments of unls-" j the Provinces of Manitoba and Al-1 Replying to I he toast of "The Em- berta.my government was invited in! John "Imitation is the sincerest flatteiy.'5 But you don't want an imitation of "Progress Brand" Look for the label that protects, to insure getting the genuine. 77 sccrctnrj- of tho March, 1908. by the joint executive Amcrican Asiatic Association. 01 the Grain Growers' Association ofjizcci lhc of loyalty to the mo- j. the three provinces to consider pro-i country posals relating to public ownership and operation of a -system 'of Intcr- Sold and Guaranteed by McKELrVIE, McGUIRR ticularly nliv adians. which he said vros par-! f in the hearts of Can-j If You Require Printing The Herald Is After Your Biz Business Cards Letter Heads Letter Circulars Envelopes Pf ogravns Statements Receipt Forms Injact, Printing of any kind Let us show how its done lior grain elevators. -Tncob Hodges replied to the toast Unavoidable causes prevented a con-i Tho America." and Julius M. .fereuce until the 26th of November Mayer, attorney of Xew York last, on which date representatives responded to sentiment, "The of the three governments conferred at we Iivc Regina with i.-iembers of the Grain! joint executive. The consid GREAT CROPS, eration of the question is being pur- sued by tho governments of the three provinces with the purpose of deter- mining a policy at the earliest mo- ment. provincial treasurer a satisfactory ar- TJnder authority conferred upon the rangement is in course of completion for tho initial issitt of bonds by the province, amounting to two million dollars to enable construction of por- public works required by the i puonc service, jroiiowmg steps have with care for obtaining plans for proper Worth is This .Year's; Estimate of Secretary Wilson. i Pittsburp, Dec. billion worth of crops is thr esti-i male of the of Agriculture I farms of year, says the tho i for the yield of th UnitH Static this Pittnburg Despatch. It is o fini- total. But as an indi- cation of what the farmer man in j into for construction had less than) such. The contract all details; n out of vo mn'j connected therewith, will lw laid livo Vn? expenses. i fore- vou. T'lis an inference that latej The" estimates for the coming year representations of the farmers asroii-j will be submitted at an early date in wea1th nre examples of draw-! and will be found to have been on th> for statements prepared with regard for econo- The Aibeila Railway and irrigation Ccir.pany Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THE MARKET lots North of the Eeilroail wt West FROM EACH Also a few Acre Lots East of Westminster Road, each One-third one-thini f? months, balance 12 months. Interest 6 per cent, per annum ftlterti tiittiy M-J Ci, (liM letHfj-Jfe, ito ;