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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 3, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta of .Beolt Tfcay ha4 'a KM Mi MifTftodToU 'LET Ut Th of 4' AI H> hait aiter inrBvibHUod, it wbin th' fovernmint ,ig 'uot in' ;'We (mvor an incoua tax, in- BuilabU to tupfjoti th' aame in "proper ttate. "We believe in a delivery. Ivry farmer ahud have on th' flrst iv th' month. 'On th' fovernniiui own- ership iv railroads we have om idees, but owin'-to the (act a fr'm ICisuMippjr in now poiutin' a gun at th1 chairman comity ou olutions, wfie will uot state thini. "On th' currency question we have an impression that have said enough. Annywan t who wishes to know ovir on this monien- tious question can, look thun up in th' fileb iy th' papers iv twelve years ago, may he lose his eyesight 'doiii' it "We are iu favor iv a navy uthwnj enough to deleod our an spread to Ui' our ini mies, but we deplore an' denounce th policy that rapidly makaii' this peaceful people take its proper place among, thj gr-reat iv th' wurruld. few- days tigo, vaeti JWr- A Ftw Whack, at RotonUlt _ "An' fin'lly. an' this is where we statement to warrant, any. such, inter-, pretation as the Tory papers were placing upon his speech. Well might ask to be saved from such friends.-' The result of the legislation just passed is to show that the Saskat- chewan Government is of strong, capable men who are endea- voring' to" give our neighboring pro- vince .-the .very .best .administration possible. During the session, the debating strength of the Govern- ment showed to the best advantage, while that the Opposition TvaS scarcely better than the so-called Op- position in the The Scott Government-has attained its strength and in. public confidence every "Tear since its election, more in the last session one. come in sthrpag, weedenouuce an' de- plore all siy'ral policies iv th' administhratiou "now dhrawin' Jo a close. Uudher this rejeem jpoveny has increased, it'is now'power- iul beyond th' 'dreams iy avarice; lh' laborer is no longer worthy iV las hire, or wasn't ontil a little while j fortunes have_ become swolle'n th.' no longer and any GARBAGE DISPOSAL Some time ago the city council dis- cussed tthe adoption in 'the city of some system of garbage lry and peanutty." to the present they have no taken any action on the question, they have been busy handling i.-n- portant matters. j It is worth whiis" iiuoting tho c-.x- opinion of the Acven- can on garbage 'disposal its con elusions "may" be helpful to the Leth- bridge council. "Several short papers on the dis- posal di refuse in American cities were recently communicated by differ- ent authors to the "Sew York section of the Society of Chemical Industry, and the papers have been published in the current issue of thn Journal of that Socieity. Hitherto, dumping refuse on low-lying meadowland has been, the 'method of disposal most commonly adopted in American towns although garbage furnaces have used there to a certain extent for more 'than twenty years, and Mr. Rudolph Bering states that there is no city in the United States where allthe city: refuse is mixed and prop- erly incinerated. "Referring to the re- moval of garbage from hotels and restaurants in 3few York; Mr.'Morse says that the quantity of garbage taken away by private agencies am- ounts to to tons per annum, bxit that the best hotels are :now recognizing the advantage of a 'garbage destructor. At the new Ho- tel Astor a destructor equipped with a boiler for low-pressure steam is about to be installed. Some inter- esting information concerning the of the New York department of :Strcet Cleaning is contained in the p'aper communicated by Mr. Ed wan' B. Very. He says that the wastes of New York city are on the average proportioned as follows: Household ash. 47.5 per cent; stenm a-sh? 18 per -cerit; street sweepings, -18.n per cent; j rubbish, 6 per cent; garbage, 10 per cent. The garbage received at the reduction plant in Jamaica Bay con- tains 71 per cent, water, 6 per cent rubbish, 20 per cent tankage, and 3 per cent grease. The grease is ex- tracted. by_ digesting the garbage with and then passing the garbagv through hydraulic presses to ex- press the-grease and water. The is of it low grade and has a tUrk brown color. The greater por- tion is exported, and is used for nmk ing soap and candles. Tankage is the solid fibrous matter remaining in the presses, and is used as a fertilizer or ftlVr, It appears probable that in ,thc largest American towns the Europelan practice of incinerating} 't the refuee m erected with in the towns will be generally adopt- ed Jn the near futwre. ,OUR POINT .OF. VIEW "Instead of turning to something state-manlike that would fire the im- agination, .of a young the Independent _ t, "the Ottawa ooptit'it'.ou1, pre- tli' refuge iv and- bpprissed but whatjthey w'ere intended to'bje. "We hald that' no nation can live thjil is not founded on equal privileges "fr none. We have hadw ih' spectacle iv th' counthry th' iinperyous control. iv a who, not contint with not enfoorcin' aimy iv hia-own party's loathsome policies, has sad- dled th with' most ours, so that'th' ordhe'rly processes iv leg- islation has been thwarted an' most iv'our sinitors an' riprisintalives 'in Congress don't know what th' diwlc1 to talk about. "We have seen this same tyrant fn- the t. l-'S, zreateat- minds f.our asking thim to speak on a subjick iv th" highest iraportance to futuie gin- they had niver thought about, an' thin slammiX" a gong on thim'just as they begun to 100 BOXES CHERRIES Hoyil Ann Block The preserving cher- on the market. Our price per, 10 ib box, while they tot to The evidence of A. J, to the with the OMe Hotei took (ha party with Dono- bm, Urft the bar and went out, to the balcony of the hotel. Dottohue, and ataboed him Mt the abdouaen. Dr. O'Hafau was ad dreaaiMl -tht wouaidl. S hue was laid up for two in the ntlaiiu to MS! the time Y. M. C. WON "There wad not big "crowd to- the ball game laat night but who did go saw a though not ex- citing game. The excellence of the play is indicated by the 4-3 score in nine innings, the long end of which went to the Y. M. C. The picked nine had O'Brien, the Railway club's new pitcher in the box and he certainly made good, being equally di- vided between nim and Clark, who was on the slab for the league lead- erg. The teams lined up as follows: Y. M. Moore Green K. Braudow- c, Johnston Ib, G, Moore 3b. Smitli If, Clark p, Geiger cf, Cour- tiee rf. wTl _ Picked 3b, O'Brien p, Nicholson Ib, Sam Brown If, Green c, W. Browu and Taylor rf, Davies ss, Kinnear 2b, Austin ;_ Score, by innings: kicked Nine-0 0 00 30 0 0 Y. M. 0 2 0 0 0 X--4 FATALITIES IN ONTARIO Alex.: McAust, residence unknown, was found dead near Barnia, case of suicide. Ralph May, son of E. J. May, was drowned at Weston, Ont.. sumably listenicg to. Piifiter, fi4 dies with a programme, that :.s petty think. ivr something sajrf J am' are just and dumbfounded at v an' "we "denounce an The success of the Lethbridge Hang ers at Calgary in their match again- st the Caledonians of that city, the champions of Canada, and holders of the People's Shield, is a readon for hearty congratulations being extend- ed to the upholders of Uethb'ridge's football honor; That the team would be beaten was generally admitted they showed a cdtiisienaable sporting spirit in going- so far to meet cer- ain defeat. But'that they should ome so near beating the famous team and play the full time lo a tie was an unexpected outcome. It is the more remarkable when it is con- sidered that the team was not the strongest and that they were up all night' travelling to Cal- gary. The city has reason to be proud of the Rangers and it is hop- ed that the Caledonians will be good enough sports to make reasonable terms in arranging for a game to be played in Lethbridge. The Rangers are foemen worthy of their steel and it is due Lethbridge that should come here to Uats oft to the Rangers. deplore it an' 'that th' time is ripe f'r a change, th' few shall no-longer be exploded f'r the binifit ov th' manny, but that th' counthry shall return toT ihs principles which this government is iv special rigb-ts f'r all, so that this free an' ,united jpeople will wanst more take its place among th' nations of th' Vurruld. c'Ah', finlly. we insist that time is ripe f'r a change. annyhow, -.we are.'" Do Yoii Make Ptttry? If so, our Royal'Patent Flour Will Royal Patent Pastry Flour 'It will save yon 25 per cent in larxi bills.. The flonr is cheaper than ordinary V .i flour. Made from the blending of soft and hard Yonr Grocer has it now fi Elnator Co, Itl Raymond Lethbridge DIED FROM'SHOCK Frank, .Tuly lit- tle child of Mr. Macknac-of. Coteraan was'drowned. Mrs. ifacknsjc was in very poor health at the time and the shock was so that she died the next day. BASEBALL RESULTS is a small part of oar make up. Wa feel that way only towards Easter and Christ- mas, but we owe it every day to each other. Today I thank you heartily for the more than liberal en- couragement you Rare Lizzie and Ina whilst I spent dollars. DONT FORGET THE ZIPerCntliscBMt i; 4 M tte IStfc i! I 00 TttFOTKMH NATIONAL: At New York- Philadelphia .3.7.2 New York r.. .4.7.5 At Pitteburg .0.6.0 Chicago........................3.6.3 2nd i Pittsburg...................'... .9.13.0 Chicago.......................'.4.0.2 At St. St. Cincinnati ___, 2nd St. Louis........................4.7.3 Cincinnati AMERICAN: At Cleveland- At Chicago........................6.11.0 St. Louis........................1.8.5 2nd j Chicago.................-.......0.5.5 at. .........r............8.13.0 At Philadelphia- Boston.....................'.___1.6.0 Philndelphia ...................4.10.0 At Washington ...................4.5.2 >Tow York.....................3.11.1 2nd New York .......................3.6.1 TO CLEAR We are going but of these lines. This is a genuine clearance sale. We will continue to carry a com- plete and well-assorted stock of FRUIl1, SOFT DRINKS AND TOBACCOS A L_jLlL.'_Lf____ _ j. During the hot weather we shall make a specialty of Tommy Bums leaves for AustraliA on July 7, having arranged for three fights including Bill Lang, the Aus- tralian heavyweight and Squires. He is guaranteed W. R. BROWN Carriage Painter, House. Painter, Paper Hanger, Wood FmiaHsr, Etc. PHONE 124 ft ARQYLE ST. AND ICE CREAM SODAS to C. W. H. IUH New Hill Block Lethbridge ftOTUMONAL CA1M ViaiU ac or of pianoforte, pupik, ptapara- WJ.OAUJUITH, Etch down tad balmee in vilh interaat 8 per Yon butt it Atterta I GET YOUR ;1 I I AT I GERMAN'S 74 Mt. MaCUAfff 4 STIWAUT, fet tarn B. C. Cooybeaje MMU EU. Bloek. AMa. C. SfMMOMS arrWur, Etc Block. R. 0: ADDttOK Socceeeer Ta C. MfOORE Director and to Oflfee Fbooe.KB. Bctifeute F. B. FSON ARCHITECT Whhr-y .A.! MAOOONALO t ARCHITECT Southard "Radpath ArU. ALVIN RIPLEY ACCOUNTING, AUDITING, -COL, LECTIONS and RENTALS Firs, Lift ami Accident Insurance' Room 5 Whitney Block Kadeod Advance: Mr. Thomas C. Jacksou, cf the C. P. R. time check- ing staff, who has been stationed at Lethbridge for the past year, has re- Xieived inatruetions ,to proceed gary to take a similar position in that Mr; Jackson" expects to leave, east in arweek's time where he will spend "the next few weeks vis- iting friends. city.' WANTED The Lethbridge public and the travelling public to know the Hub Cafe is .as clean aud up-to-date restaurant as there is in Al berta, and that strictly white help, is employed. Lethbridfe A. F. A. il., G. R. A. Regular meeting night, the third Thursday of each month in the Masonic Hall, P. O. Block, at 8 p.m. VUUing brethren will always receive s. hearty welcome. A.C.MESSER, G.V.8TORKEY, W. M. Secretary. v P, O. Box M7 Alltfll in crtn TWRflW 15c Meets 1st and ilrd Mondays inK. ofP Hall at 8 o'clock, r-- Visiting Brethren are cordially'invited. S. G. DAVIES, W.P. 24-lj T. J. WHITE, 1W.S Nest of OwU Lpthbridge Nest of Owls, No. 150. will meets the first -and third of each month in K. of P. Hall. G. V. BTORKEY, Becretaary. C. ROSS T ATE, President. M PRIEST. Junior Past Prea. Cuaia Ftrestm .TU LOOK A.T THE LABEL and be sure you driat only bevemgea bottled by the ]txjhtbddfe Brewing and Malting Co., Ltd. This name on a battle is a gilt edge guar- antee that the absolutely pure and clean in every respect, and that thej are the finest and car- bonated offered for LETnNUDGERttWWGi MALTWG COMPANY, Ltd iu E; of p Hall last Thursday of month. n WecpWe !OGERS, CJt. A NEI0IG, P.8 Pride of Alberta; flf. 293. to if tafit tat) in.the c! Pytliiw Hall CTfty Int thinl .Th Urmia? in UH: month p.a. Vwiiing always wrf Water Apiilriij, FrnlT.RoMiMf8.c. BovftT. CARROLL A DOYLE LCTMBRfOOE t.QUut NO. R O. E. ,_ MeeU on the second Tvesday of each WoBth at 8.16 E. A. SHARK AN, R, R M. PRIEST. AStOCIATJOU Of STATIONARY EHOlWtEW Meet in the Labor HalLerery .gee- tod and fourth ia month. wtth m lo HOBERT NEVIN. Chiel W. 4. D1CK00H, ;