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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 19, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta for Children s' Long Dresses Underdresses ft Dresses Jin. M uslin and Silk All kinds of Woollen Clothes for Children C A. COOKSLEY. Parlor in oM Bank of Montreal Bldg. St. Lethbridge. DR. P. W, TULLER AND SURGEON LETHBRIDGJ3. Block. noon; to p. m. 10 p. m. 68. Residence 132 DR. C.C. CfiAGG PHYSICIAN SURGEON over Higin bo team's Drug Store Snapshots at the Legislature 125. House 94. Office to 11 a.m., 1.30 to 4.3O p.m., 7 to 8 p.m. A. W. McVittie Dominion Land Surveyor Will devote his 'entire time during summer to laying out new Contract piiwa on application. Dr. F. H. Mewburn St. cor. Burdett. 9 a.m., 2-3 p.m.. 7-8 p. m. to 3.30 j p. in. Telephone 41. Edmonton, Feb. in a while the Legislature is roused from good natured routine to oratorical pyrotechioes. The leader of the Op- position provoked the outbreak this week with his national Hag resolution. According to the loader of the Oppo- sition, sedition and treason are spreading apace in Alberta because the minister of education has not is- which Ls the boast of the Empire. "Loyalty, springs fro freedom.' Several other members spoke on the resolution. Hon. Mr. Cashing pointed out that the initial expendi- ture involved in the resolution would be nearly The pre- mier pointed out that the passing of a law would involve a penalty sued an arbitrary r non-compliance, and the second be''loyal." The government has uev-[ state or that kind of loyalty would er had occasion to impeach the loyal- j be worse than that complained of by ty of any class of citizens in the the leader, of the Opposition. The JKirOtBce at the Coaldale Hotel Synopsis of the Grazing Regula- tions for the Provinces of Saskatchewan and Alberta. WA GALBRAITH. M.D.C.M. (McGilD PHYSICIAN, SURGEON ACCOUCHEB Kedpath St. Phone. 53 9 a.m., 2-3, 7-8 p.m province. The citizens of Alberta who emigrated from European coun- tries came here because they believ- ed they could enjoy a larger measure of personal liberty and material pros- perity than in any other country. Loyalty is sentiment based upon per-, Oppositi government of Alberta had no inten- tion of making the patriotism of the citizens of the province a yoke or an incubus. Mr. Boyle taunted Mr. Robertson that his resolution would W. C. SIMMONS, M. P. P. (Toronto Saturday Tho man from Bruce county is an ubsiquitous individual out West. Wherever you go, in whatever prov- ince you find yourself, you will fmd a Bruce man vour elbow. One of the first questions which greets you when you arrive in'the West is, "Are you from Bruce, And if you admit the soft impeachment, the, odds are ihut your interlocutor also a Bruce man, am'. in turn' will run over a long list of familiar names until you .would almost iuuijj- ine you're back in Owen Sound, or Tara, or Paisley. Among- the number of prominent Bruce county men in Alberta is W. U. 'Simmons .of Lethbridge, who hits >eeu that city in the not teach .loyalty but impose it as i was recently nomin- they do in Russia. The leader of the sonal liberty, civil and religious, and! Opposition in the role, of" the Czar cannot be enforced by arbitrary, laws I-was too humorous even for the-actor or imposed by insolent shibboleths.! himself. Drs. DeYeber Campbell Mr. Robertson's speech in of his resolution to flv the Great interest was manifested in Physicians and Surgeons the public schools of tlu- province i i_ block. 01 .1 those foreigners, leader as setting up an im- TT- u j r i 'i pf.-ii.uiu in imperio. In tansrled and He impeached the lovaltv.': c incoherent Drs. McClure Stewart SU5SEGN DEKTISTS was unfortunate in many of its ref 1 irences. Patriotism of every ,-ttler m Alberta except the CaiuuK-m born. He said that new races weie coming into the province in thousands and j snies. and even Grazing leases of Dominion Lands __ ______ i SU25EGK DEAXisTs i antetuname for agricultural purposes I i some of secured in that portion of D. new accept t 1'roviooa of Alberta, lying South sentences the member for Rosebud supported the resolution and the premier's amendment there- the flag, appealing to to run in the Federal ruling. IMr. Simmons was in Arrau township and educated an and Oweii Sound collogiates and To- ronto University. He was graduated from 'Varsity in 1895. and for four The most delicate and dainty sweetmeats ait COWAN'S Maple Buds, Milfe Greani Bars, etc. Sold by Grocers and Confectioners. THE COWAN CO.. Limited, TORONTO VINDICATION' FOR THE thcir is in MtTM-i- n-ue-; i XA. -f (Saskatoon riioenix.) Jn the matter 'timber.limits discussion the opposition' are in the unenviable position of -the man who on being allowed sufficient rope got up and hanged himself. Mot only has the debate degenerated in- a rout for the Opposition which! years -was 'principal "cf tho aUnck- but letting m cpVinnic i tlie of da-v the facts of timbw' deuls shows It was evident from t'he tone of en- quiry adopted by R. Bordcn to- wards Hon. Frank Oliver that tlur- leader of the Opposition has of the traits of tho heathen Chinee. He seemed to recognize that tho dis- cussion had got out of hand his -followers had started it- hare, which was leading them into bad country. The tactics of the Opposition have- not been either happy or successful- sjsu-c the session opened. They In 1900 ho turned to the studv of! wasted a great deal of, valuable time- or of He was' op- the Northern boundary of 28 and In the Southwestern por- f Province of block. Office a.m. to 12 n. 1 pjn. to 5 p.m. :he public school. This state- brought a chorus of queries for amotlsm posed to any compulsion in teaching pointed out that Eu stall be for a period not 21 years, and no area than 100.OOO leased art not subject to entry or sale, but the of tile Interior may cancel or any portion thereof tba lessee two years' nol.- rental is two R acre per annum. A lease granted an applicant un- owma oce bead of cattle five beati sfceep for every 60 acres for. and the lessee shall m- hia Jitock so as to be in pos- at the end of three years of head of cattle or five head ol for every 20 acres leased, and stock in this propor- duriag the continuance of the DR. O. J. COURT1CE DENTIST Successor to Dr. Jackson Office in Hotel Eoom 12 Office Hours 9-12, 1-5. W. C. SIMMONS AdT'ccatc, Banister, Etc. an example. This was where the leader of the Oposition turned white- livered, and said he' "was referring to the Jap Colony to be established near Calgary. This statement was prompt- ly repudiated by Mr. Riley, the mem- ber for Gleichfen. Premier Euther- ford informed the House that there was no section of the province that ropeans 'settled here had fied from such and come to Canada where they found peace. The resolution to make it compul- sory to fly: the flag was amended to make it advisable. In this form it was adopted by the House. Mr. Simmons in this debate is re- OFFICE, SOUTHARD BLOCK Money to Lend on Town and Farm Property C. F. HARRIS Barrister, Advocate, Notary Public had refused to support the public 'ported by the Bvdletin as follows: school. j W. C. Simmons then rose to speak _J __ f stating that he had not intended do- j ing so, but for one reference of the N.T. Robertson was unfortunate in j member for High Eiber. In 'the be-i succectieu him in the .Legislature. He I is now ambitious to enter a wider field, and should he be successful, he will add one more to the number of capable, -able young men the West, irrespective of polities, is sending to represent it at" Ottawa." While a prominent lawyer, he has also been actively identified 'with the interests of Southern Alberta in his Capacity as manager of the South Land and Colonization Com- pany. The success of the dry-fdrm- ier as to be was the' custom of alienate large tracts of timber for e benefit of their friends with prac- tically no conditions of development. They would be permitted to hold' the common sense- i of the country 'will cull upon theut that party to 'for the reckOmng. SEARCHING FOR DAUGHTER, these valuable berths without expenditure of a dollar, until; they could look around for a purchaser- It was as if they, were, granted 'a uable opt-ion on a piece of the, peo- ple's heritage and enjoyed for years i Grassy Lake Man Visits Indian Camp- his reference to the teachers of. Al- berta. One cannot think 'that the leader of the Opposition was con- scious of his impeachment of the teaching body province. He stated that the schools of Alberta were lamentably lacking in teaching and stimulating patriotism. For this statement the member for High Riv- Block, lip-stairs. j ber for Lethbridge who repelled the is permitted oa only j -of the tracts above refer- i A map showing the sheep Engineers and Survej'ors districts may be secured on unvr- spirited defence of j such insinuation. the teachers of Alberta. The leader! the member for Leth-iand this- ge nailed him to his foolish ginning1 he had referred to the'strong influence of schools upon a genera- tion. In this he entirely agreed with him; but when he said that the Al- bertan schools compared unfavorably with others in the teaching of pa- triotism he cast an unmerited insin- uation upon all the teachers, inspec- tors and trustees' of the province. Here .the member for High Eiver rose to remark that he had made no ing: methods and 'irrigated, lands in the south during the past few years has 'been phenomenal, and much to the progress and development of the province. At Medicine Hat (Medicine Hat Times) A pathetic mission brought J. year old daughter vvho rmnor nOw been.'missing''from her home ioi- waa., one- of Over seven months. AMBASSADOR FROM CHINA Is on His Way to Washington With A Party of Students Tokio, Feb. Ting Uie all the excitement of trying to iuto on it. .The apostte of ]ast. ' ia search of his lit_ geron, who talked so glibly at katoon, in. the fall upon the phases of corruption, those who'for five years held a tim- On a. Sunday morning- in June Lost ber berth upon which he did not. cut .English'sat his raanh a'stick 01 timber. near Crap v Lak The policy of the Liberal party-has town taking with him hi- has been a totally different one from' The departure vda-hur-' that of -their- and the little eight year old have gone on the lines of encourag- giri, DOt tG mg development of the timber, her father, was left fchind teaW'' region and no berths have been.sold Determined not to lose the she- condition of the dressed ran "alter her' minister from China iu Washington, j erection and _ opcratioix of a miir father and sisters who were now well wUl sail, for America tomorrow. Feb. a specified time. The benefi-jon their way and did not notice her. (13, on the Pacific Mail liner Siberia, cial results of Uiis method are amp-' She did not overtake .them and onlv lou said our province was lack-.'accompanied by 32 students. out by a comparison of m'the-evening, and on the' return'or of patriotism, San Francisco, Feb. is said j as to the forest land dispos- the party, was the child missed, Mrs. hwe that with the coming minister ied of-by the parties and the never'having suspected'that'. not .as a reflection j Wu, who replaces Chen Tung Liang! to the Secretary f the j Higinbothatn Block, Lethbridge ownmons pointed out upon the interjected :the.1 Chang who left Washington last July Itwo periods. Jn 1896 -the area of of the Interior, tJae teachers of Alberta, were member for High River. "It was a i there wall be a'complete change alienated and in the' uanadians. and educated and trained complaint that no legislation had the I or W. W. CORY. ot the Minister of Interior. X. publication of advertiaemeat will not; be paid W. L. Wilson Lodge !No. 2. I 0 fl F f LICENSED AUCTIONEER. Lethbridge.' Alta. cellence of British institutions. Residence Cor. Ford and Glyn Sts. i Applications for dates may be made! at The Herald Olfice. j The of A search party oanirbd i.v i Chinese consular service in the) bands speculative friends of n-hich all the neighbors for miles or- ?Q passed-to make it compulsory." new world for the members of his! ToO' party was mik-s ound (ovor loo in all) took rm-'t 03, a true spirit of national- "What you have just said but adds'j suite will be new officials who are I ancl that year the total cut but to no and th- .5 _ cognizant ot the ex- force to-your previous re-1 coming to represent the Chinese .gov-i of amounted to reached that the child had fall- torted Mr. "The eminent in foreign ports. ._ Besides! fect- LTI 1907, with u total aliena-jen into the river, (by the banks of E. W. KINGSTON, TAILOR in charge of our schools are natives of the new consular general for San Francisco, there will be in 'the Wu party the new consuls for New York, Canada., trained and quite as the hon. memh for is eminently cation ,with i "T W1U1 its force of inspectors, j Havana. behalf thejteachers.and Normal school ment of edu j the city of Mexico, Lima, Peru and __ -f r. i ttuu is (Eear of G.H..Johnston's Store) born population of our pro-1 ]y Canadian in sentiment and tion of less than square miles which .she would have to pass) ami the cut reached in nine months the had bean drowned. Grappling proved magnificent total of r Uf wvwrcoats rennea trom 5IU.UU! ancient familv. I himself an Austrian of! The XQVU Scotia "LrUiabsr Suits cleaned and pressed BRANCH REBEKAH Pants '4 LODGE, NO. 2. in tile of Pythias Hal' every 3rd Wednecduy. Visitors always Annie Davies Sec. sec. Stafford. M. a. SUr of Lethbridge, No. 8095 A. o. F. Meets and 3rd Mon- days In each month at g p. m.. In Oddfellows Round St. Visiting breth- ren w Icome THOS. HEATON, C. R. A. M.RITCHIE. SEC. FOWLER CO. Gesaeral JBlacksmithing and Horseshoeing. Tour own goods made into suits from..............14.00 Estimates given for aU alterations, the call for' SmTtT Africa' n- t T, c Pd t0 "In I might 1-2D that the ScandmavianSj RU3-j national flag does float over our' 05 .eians. German, and French settlers schools, and there is no common were !there roof grmvmg because about it. he concl-ion' buildings, when came these people were as eager to serve the said in sentiment, but it must rise spontaneously and not be forced. And I believe the depart- repairs, etc. the ment of education can obtain better a.resulw by following this amend- said Mr. Eosenroll, "is ment than the example set by Mani- Director and Embalmerih and lacks the fair C MOORF WUUKJL "I consider >TINARD'S LIXIMENT ibe BEST liniment in use. I got my foot badly jammed late- ly. I bathed it well with 11XIMEXT and it, -was as well as ever next day. Yours very truly, T. G. to Presbyterian Church PROVINCIAL SEED FAIR Office Pfcone 102. Residence 1K8. STATIONARY ENGINEERS Meet in the L'abor Hall even.- sec The second anual Provincial Seed conducted the sent to the Fair all express charges over fifty cents will be paid by the Department of Agriculture. The grain.judging-competition, in -which, no trace of the missintr being discovered, and tt appear- It is thus clear, that the two pol-jcd all hopo of ever seeing her again icies of the two parties are as differ- u-as gone. As a last result Mr. Enjs- as night is from day. While the.'lish consulted a clairvoyant, Avho in- method was to uciiiso formed him that he would find the timber lands as a-means.of spec-{ daughter at the home of a eertaia. ulation and graft the Liberal policy j Mr. Sanderson, in the district. A. has been the development of a gigan-jvisit was paid to Mr. Sanderson, industry employing hundreds of; whose little daughter it was thousands of men and assisting ma-'bore a close resemblance -to the lost, terially in the development of the'girl. Since that -time >Ir. English; country. consulted a numbc-r of clairvoy- It is not the policy of the Liberal j ants, who have' all assured him that party to raise vast re-venues from j his daughter is alive, and he" has oit the sale or timber limits. A certain bis forlorn hope, visited every spot- check to development would the in Southern Alberta where he- thought she might be found. Recent- ly he that there1 was a whiter placing of restrictive prices upon j these forest areas. It is by creation T t IT x n x i a gTCat industrv- the employment 1 girl in the Indian camp at Medicine IS, LOal Mining Regulations of labor, and the supplying of a de- Hat, and on Thursday morning mand throughout the country for ond and fourth month. Mondays in jausipces of the Provincial Depart- a11 formers and farmers sons will Coal inining rights of tbe Domin-! that bencflls far exceeding of Agriculture -assisted bv thJ allowed .compete, will also be in Manitoba, Saskatchewan. I morc F'urcha-Sc Pricc are secured. Any thei--., ducted. Alberto, the Yukon Territory in the 1-loni'nion is entitled to Seed Branch of the Dominion Employers requiring certificated en-1 Partmont of Agriculture mn ve' AH interesting programme in which j North-West Territories and British a squarc mije of will be held j competent speakers .will take part is Columbia, may be leased for a term froc of any- er practically only put i Winnipeg, has offered a valuable railways, whereby convention rat- i to. _.... i sih-M- trophy., known "Tb--. I e5 apply to all attending the cs-! the district in winch .the rights produced v.-.ith the brought out more distinctly., He visited the encampment only to fmt! theni a hall' breed girl nbo'ut the RJIITK; siff-s ns his dnuprhftr. Tn the- 10 the ranch -Agent, or Snb-Aent j mel11 uirns :xt- !ind the whole, trend UK- Crow train. he arrived here on the Crow and explained his errand to ChieS Mick-le- john and visited H. de stu- dio with' a faded photo of the lost girl which he thought might be rc- you require your gardens your yards cleaned up. dug, or any other teamini; Jon.-. SEE US. or phone 201. ,1 post card in the office, your vrill receive our prompt atten- tion. must be paid for rwVfireiy. Residence and stable of the Ixirracks. Lethbridge WINTER SESSION Opens jHtm.-irv Hrh in Shiirrtuind, wnd T-lfirraphv DcpartmeMtK of r'lio Gu-rtmrr BnsiiWs our ii TO F. G. Pr' TO REGAIN CHAMPIONSHIP Feb. I3.--Eustace Miles leave here for the United States 10 to make an attempt to American amateur court i.- championship honors as well w regain the British championship k'h .he 'lost last summer to Jay Mr. Miles has been practic- g for three months and he wwa good form. 108 When you want DRAYING Done promptly and satisfactorily. D I as a second and twenty dollars as i a third prize. In this class, as well as j all other classes of wheat, exhibi-j tors must have at least 50 bushels of for sale, as represented by I the sample exhibited. On exhibits Crops of spring wheat. The trophy will be can. bo had on appli- i supplemented by a cash prize of fifty i cation Department of Apricul-' be described by sections, or' dollars to the winner, thirty dollars !ture- Edmonton. legal sub-divisions of Sections, antl j in nnsnrveyed territory the applied for shall be staked out. Each application must be ac- i com pan ied" by a fee of go, which j will be refunded if the ricrhts plied for are not available'but notj i otherwise. A royalty shall be paid j or, the output of the] arksjmine at the rate of five cents per' RECTOR SCORED KAISER I wish that T. might talk with all in Germany Had No Reason to Celebrate Emperor's Birthday Strasburjr, Feb. about tho acttiiil cause of tha Catholic rector of the LJ 1 .sick Stomach. Ticart. and Kidney of Ars on the occasion of the j mcnts. To explain in fwi-son how Birthday of Kmpcror William, Janu- j weak Stomach m-rues leads to Sto- ary havc caused a most lively n-ach weakness. J arn sure It would sensation in clerical and military cir- irHerxjst, all. And it is Uio swimo with cles in Alsace. The in the weak Hearts or Kidneys. This COUrsc of an addrtsss, spoke as fol- ;s why my 'Snoop's! lows: KICLED OnU M rtL Tur- r. -25 years old, employed in Martin grists mill at Glenora, was ytistftrdaj-Mernoon by beinj> Jn the belting in an effort to it. He was maiTicd only a ago. 1MMIGRATION AGENTS Feb. present there arc lwKniy-iwo special i migration j Kidneys in the British Isles all of simply hcccl'moro whom, except one received and their expenses. Four of these are from Ontario and three from. Quebec, to three from Alberta, six from Manito- ba, three from Saskatchewan and three from British 'Columbia. All men arc born good, but few stay promptly reaches ail- ments of the Stomach, rfottrt, and Kidneys. It is wrong drug the Stomach, or stimulate tho nr weak insidt- nerves strength. ITy Rft- storative is the only prescription expressly for nerves. Next you personally, will to mail you free, rny new .booklet en- titled. ''What To Do." T. will also send samples of my Restorative as Write for the book today. H will surely interest you. Address IV. Shoop, Bor 8, Rscifce-, by all .dealers. Sold "Good Catholics hax-e no reason to celebrate the Emperor's birthday. Ca tholics arc here only in order to pay taxes and serve in army. Whon responsible officc-s arc vacant we arc pushed aside. Our duty on this oc- casion is to pray God'to endow the Emperor with more Tho cwmmander of the Sixteenth Army Corps has issued orders for- bidding his soldiers to attend the Catholic Church in Ars. Every lessee of coal mining rights which are not. being operated shall furnish the district Agent of .Dominion Lands with a''sworn statement to that effect at least once in each year. Save Money by buying Beef by the Quarter We must sell 100 head of export steers by December 1st. Our prices are right. If yon don't believe it come and. see for yourself. P. Burns Co., Ltd ii JS a- u- A fiour mill may be erected at Ta- The iwjse wni incinde tbe'coa) mining rights only, but the lessee may be permitled to purchase whatever available surface rights may be considered necessary for the working of the mine at the rate of an acre. For full information application should be made to the Secretary of the Department of the Interior, Ottawa, or to any Agent or'Sub- Agent of Dominion Lands. W.W.CORY, Deputy Minister of the Interior publication j thii ad v tr-tisemctit Till not bej paid for. TRY WM. OLIVER J Everything required in the construction of a Building, and all kinds of Mill Work Do not send all your money to Calgary and Cranbrook. J Help to bmld up Lethbringe and a local industry by patronizing Oliver's Planing and Lumber Mills. Office, Yards and BoniM jmd Eompas Streets Teleplione 153 f- rc n- ;