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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 28, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta EXPECT 20 CENT WOOL Daily HeroW PrinUd by the Daily Herald Printing Co., Ltd., every lawful ereninf at 1U ottee. Bound St.. Lethbridfe. Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN. KUnat'ni Oi- and Ediiar. RatM 14 M fjji M i 1.M aa devil there all time.- British' Columbia has the Saturday niter Jfow Year as well as the Saturday after Christai.-xs ;i pub- lic holiday. They believe in resting up after the turkey and plum pudding1 Ughtt FAMOUS LOJfDOX HOUSE (From the Gentlewoman.) The house in Grosvenor Square one-year. deliTered Dallr, aix month, delivered. Dally; delivered. Daily, one month, delivered Daily, one year, by mail Daily, lix months, by mail Daily, three months, by mail M j has just taken has long been the Herald, one year...... and Addreaiea chfcngec aa often M de- aired; but both new and old Great Falls, Dec. Twenty-cant wool at the minimum is the predic- tion of local flockmaatert for Moo, tana clip for 1909. Many large men in this vicinity have determined not to sell their fleece at a leas fig- I which Louise, Duchess of Devonshire. ure, and It is expected that the small er tiockixuuters will do the same. Those who held out on last seoaon's clip were able to sell for a figure much in advance of that early in season. Mutton is also in great de- mand, and for the past two weeks coast buyers have been tte j state to secure mutton and sheep'for slaughter, but have been able to se- cure only a few carloads. be fiven. THE SCOTT ACT. it was once very nearly the scene ofi a great tragedy, for it was here that the Cato street conspirators intended to carry out their murderous design. This was in 1S20, when the second SEAT FOH TEMPIJ3MAN Vancouver. Dec. is learned from reliable sources that Sloan will shortly resign his seat in Comox-At- The Score Act as an old piece Harrowby was Privy. Seal, and lin to" inaka for the election of legislation, and. many people probab- j when it was custom of tiw Cab-! Templeman. This is thought to be ly imagine it is not in force Ministers to meet about once a {the onlv way in which a seat for the in Canada but they are mistaken, j week and dine Iog6ther at ouo representation of British Columbia in Only recently an effort was made tojer.g houses in tum. day before [the Dominion cabinet will be secured, act in Westmoreland hcwcver> a lettcr Was as advkes from Ottawa 9tate posi_ ty, New Brunswick, but the act was j to Harrowby, as he was tiveiy that unless a seat is provided sustained by a biff majority. m the Park> which Brayed for Templeman his post will go to a the City of voted strongly j plotj On the ivfternc0n of the prGirie province. in favor of the act, following the cap- j day merting piace of the coaspi-} _______________ ital city, Fredericton, which in fn CatQ street (aow Horaco! voted that the act was good enough j oir the Edgware road, was en-! DEVI.IN PROSTRATED to remain in force. The Scott bv the police aM they'were all I is now in lorce in ten counties uijcaptured> They had actually provid-' Ottawa, Itec. Chas. Dev- Kova Scotia, ten in Xew Bruiiswick themselves with bags for carrying j lin, minister of colonization and mines i for the province of Quebec, suffered a -----j collapse aft-er attending mass at Ayl- the mer yesterday. He u as suffering from a cold contracted at recent pol- -----i itical meetings in. Quebec. OI- their -victims. and two in Manitoba. There must awav thQ be some good in the measure or these f counties would not retain it and Entire change of program at feat every effort to repeal it. j Eureka tonight. THE KIND OF A MAN NEEDED. Canada's High Commissioner ati IxmdoB, England, must be a man of! financial means, but he mus'c not be that alone. Canada wants as its representative in the capital of thej Empire, a distinguished citizen of this country, a man with intellectual gifts and platform ability a man who win always be able to represent us with, distinction on every great occa- sion, and there are many such men in the old land. It would be a mistake to send as our Commissioner a Stirling At the meeting" of the Literary and Debating- Society there was a pro- gramme followed by a business meeting. Mr. Sykes was elected chair man pro tern in the absence of the president. The minutes of the pre- vious meeting were read and approv- ed. The following programme was then rendered: recitation. Miss Em- ma Boyson; song. Miss Sarah reading, "Selection from the Christ- mas 3Ir. C. W. Brown; solo, Grape Fruit Tangerines Preserved Ginger Ripe Olives Received Today The Bentley Co, ltd, fkstati MI few Plm 15 LETIIIIKf Fine Shoes at I he South Alberta lumber Co. Ltd. We are Nt Selliig fat N yw will M tv Prices as Uw, ud tv Grafc Lim- ber equal tt tf better any oiler yard ii The South Alberta Lumber Co. Ltd. Corner Ford Phone 225 1 O.Boi 654 Lethbridge New Dajrton F. German I The Shoe man J mm I 2 new 6 room coitagei on 50 ft. lots, paying 18 per cent, takes the two. cash. 2 new brick cottages. 6 rooms, modern in every way, each, cash, balance easy. Unto fealty Co. Culilile Hock Letbbridgt fl of wealth only, whose sole ambition Mlss CIaTe Kiddle; Berti is to entertain lavisMv and if pos-iHolinan; Mrs' I SOD. reading. Miss Elizabeth Adams. Then fo Llowed" the report of the com inittee appointed to draw up a coasti sible, to be made a Lord or an I Ws want'a roan who will serve Cana- da well and be foremost amongst the ambassadors of the colonies. tution. A constitution was adopted. j One of the purposes of the organiza- LOOK AFTER THE SOUTH FIRST. jtioa stated was to train in par- liamentary proceedure. The j were considered one by one and in some cases amended slightly. There were a few lively passages on points of rules of order. In the meantime the clock kept moving and so put the ed up and ali it requires to make its well advised if it abandoned any idea it may have of assisting railways to build Into the north, and open up the country beyond Edmonton Q i tae ciocs. sept moving ana so put t Southern Alberta is already Ooen- _j j- tu.j.ou.u> meeting out Oi onjer according to 1 11TI OTin -alt T -i- _ l-_ _ bylaw which had already been adopt- ed. To straighten out the tangle one eu is railways. gentleman moved that the meeting t3 ff "orth not sufficiently set- but the meeti to tied yet to warrant the building of motioii railroads and there's no reason for u t j.i_ iui WQen vote was taken the motion the provincial govemmant tn nscict r, carried. So the meeting shut up lines to enter that country for col-1 ictl whije omzation purposes, The urgent needs aro these of the people populating thj elder and longer1 settled sections of 'the pro- vince. Prom Lacombe north to Ed- monton there are several branches of the C.P.E. and the -main lines of the C. N. E. and G. T. P. to supply the transportation needs. South of La- combe there is only one! railroad, the .C.P.R., and it really only touches a_______________________________ TtVutf3 "Hypnotizing a Wife" at the Eu" The South must be given the rail- reka tonight. roads it needs and the far north must i________________________________ not considered just at: present in the plans of the Alberta government. SPECIAL OKDEES for Xmas Short Bread For Christinas received up to Wednesday Eveiiiug Goods Delivered Thursday A Specialty With Us THE CITY mm ROBT. SCOTT, Prop. looked as though it might last all night. The committee reported that arrangements had been made so that the Literary Society will meet every Tuesday evening at 7.30 in the meet- ing house. It haa been suggested that the next debate be on the subject, "Hesolved that the time is ripe for the incorpor- ation of Stirling as a town." Raymond Raymond, Dec. more beauti- ful Christmas morning was perhaps never seen before by many people than yesterday was. Many ate Christmas dinner yesterday with the doors open. A large dance was given in the Op- era House last evening. The hall was crowded. Several couples from were over. j Miss Annie Klein from Spring Cou- lee to Lothbridge Thursday and came to Raymond Friday and spent _____ Christmas here. She leaves today for Spring Coulee, was not alone in observ- _ ing a two day holiday at Christmas. L f SPent Tn T-.......- Brantford, Ont Chnfltmas Wlth the banker9 herc" Miss Siah Davies, who has been at- OUR POINT OF VIEW Saskatoon Conservatives srood. spirit they allowed the new cabinet minister in Saskatche- wan, Hon. A. P. HcXajb. tc be re- turned by acclamation. Mr. can be of great service to Saskatoon, and the ''fact that his Conservative friends acted in such a kindly way, will make him more eager to promote that city's interests in. the Legisla- ture. Fresh Oysters