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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 3, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LITHIAtftAI. AJLIA MIDAY, JULY The Progress Braad Overcoats GUAR- ANTEEStkat the garments will wear longer, have more ityk, jind their -bettor, than other clothingcosting from to MORE, .f Look for the label that protects. 1 McKELVIE advantageously carried on. It is probably a safe estimate to sayJthat for the purposes Parliament consents to. The Auditor-General and his staff are the' agenU-snd representa- of Parliament to prevent money Parliament's in the way Parliament directs. However great the need and however great the-funds in the treasury, the Government can no more spend those funds than any private individual in the country, ex- cept in so far' and itt humiliated in eystof tfce horiaf republic, paojiL be voodermf what kind of forern- menUl system vc hsvt thai the cred- it erf the couairjr savf the prosecution pablie work aw w ttUfe oosHridwd. land aftais, timber and lor- have psid otther or trswiliag lor May officials u umber 379, not one of whom has been paid tho laosv ey due him lor May. Two hundred nevofMpers have presented for advertkioc iwiiiestead, mininc. timber and coal rffuUitiTiu wad DOM of them have been paid. Ho money haa been voted to carry OB work at Banff National Park and the road making gangs mutt be discharged un- less supplies are grcuxted forthwith. baa .been voted for ad- ministration of the Yukou, and the expense U lUjBOO mooth the Yukon Government is in debt for every item of expense for. May. This is the KituaUoB in one de- partment alone, which has been-pro- duced by the refusal of the Opposi- tion to consider the estimates. But it U fairly typical of the Flavor, fragrance are the strong of Hvtet fee at aM ar tsfttipaact Mto If fsrll It's RICH, OLEAK COLOR, fresh FRAGRANCE and DE- LICIOUH FLAVOK have made it of frisnds. Are YOU HOUSE TO RENT Kighl roomed house, and sew- er, electric light. Centrally located. Apply Herald Office. WANTED A house dot, also a gentle horse, Apply Box P., c-o Herald. SYNOPSIS T OOAL MINING REO- IHATIOMt .jr4ebtA of Ifte llberte, Teuikwy, the Korth-Wott and Col be kiiad lor term ol years at aa tajaMal raiUl acre Kot more than acres will be oi tT IS PURE! being spent without consent or other than prevailing in all departments. It has already cast us half the season's work and there is no prospect that it will not cost another month's lost time at least. This u part of the price Canada pays for an Oppoaitioii whose >usiness in life iiT to prevent the des- patch of busineaa. of the outside work Parliarrtent for the purpose Cardston Had a Celebration the country must be done in summer Uf it-is to be done satisfactorily and economically. The Dominion, Government 'has a ''large amount of %oeh '-work always on hand, and it must always1 be so. The survey of new land in the un- settled portions, the West, the erection of public buildings, the' re- pair of public works, the 'building of f work must go on rap- i'lly if the country' is to be developed, and it must go on during the months from April to December or not at all. A year ago Parliament'alteredIlie Dominion year to better al- low this to proceed-in the only season when it could properly be carried on. Previous to 'thst time the financial year ended on -June "30 and the new year began J. 1 he money voted by Parliament for such work for ..any yearj could only be used July 1, that is, after three full months sum- mer season loat._ Under these conditions-it was not-possible to do durfng the summer out of "the the current year more than half thev work "thaC could bo done'and should To T remedy this the financial year C was made _to end >onK March 31, r the new year beginning on April I. Parliament was called In November, giv.ng fcut clear, months in'which to pass the supplies" of money needed and still allow the season's work to be- gin with beginning, of the sum- mer season. This it was hoped the eight months o'f-the year when, con- struction wortsTauil .outdoor work .carried on Trom the jjpaning of Uie seaaion the Government persistent seasons the working insistent in rrqwitinc Parliament to vote money which the beginning of in vain. Es- timates' were presented to the House of the opening of the session ,v have, not yet been that Parlia- ment the estimates "in themselves. The necessity of the not questioned, the priety of the amounts asked for was hot questioned. The "House was sun ply kept from considering the esti mates', at all. day; and Jo days which rsegregate weeks, the Hodfe was janoved into committee of supply and never to get into Day after day, and aggregating weeks, the time THE soU oaly ia by NEW WEtTMlNrrER WINS Vancouver, July Westmin- ster's lacrooae team defeated the Van- here yesterday afternoon by a score of four foak to nil. Vancou- had' a ttroac twelve in the field and for one quarter the Minto Cup challengers were unable to penetrate the local playing a magnificent la the second twice on quarter Westati plays -aad-'speed and were successful in i third and fourth goak in the last quarter. HOLIDAY Green, aged 21, teller in the Union Bank, was drowned in the Ot- tawa river. His home ia in Dart- mouth, N. 8. Two sail'drowning'accidents occur- red here at Barhett, B.C., yesterday Geo. Thompson fell out of a launch hear 'Siwash Bock and 'Was sucked down by the current arid never rose again. C. Daniels a young man well known at.': Vancouver and Vic- toria lost his life while bathing. SCAVENGING Any person 'desiring a scavenger waggon or closets cleaned can have same done by leaving orders with E.'P. Mee, c-o Police Station. TO RENT furnished and un- furnished. Also for light-housekeep- ing, good location. Address H. G. c-o Herald Office. 1686 TO LET Two furnished rooms to let. Apply to G. M. Herald Office. 1686 Cardstoo, July yeanrhave pafiaetl wnce Cardston first celebrated our national fact it was twenty-one years ago yesterday that eight or ten families located on our preaeat townsite .joined with the ceat ranchers aad.r. members the police force to do honor to the great day, inall that time the writer no more perfect days as to weather conditions than yester- day. The day opened with the booming of and anvils followed little by the 'enlivening strains from our silver band.- They were out ly and gave us some of their best At J.O a. m. the morning exercises hegan in the Assembly Hall. Again the band was one of .the chief factors _ would" be fullyTutilised on works un- dertaken by-the Government t or with Government? assistance. _ But Parliament saithrough months without voting the money; and when tho _summer opened the season's work did not open, for the simple reason was no mon- ey available to for it. As a mat- ter of fact the has 'not Ve been voted in the greater, part and th work in large .measure has not yet begun rapidly the money may be voted now, months o working have paasec pamed has been spent in debates as far re- moved as possible Irom the items'in the'estimates towards mid- night a dribble of only current business and pay the -salaries 'of-the civil servants. Even >thia ordinary expenditure has not "always al- lowed to pass'and today a number ofJeivil mentis But this be- yond this, money for_new work; for the constructive -programme year, 'hajs rbeen absolutely and con- istently the simple pro- cess of refusing the items to even come the House% As an example of .what this means o the country, take the department-of tKe interior alone. Settlement in the West-is spreading over the land as fast as it is surveyed. Settlers have even.> gone into unsurveyed 'sections and squatted, trusting that when the surveys, are made they will be accord- ed rights of prior possession. In oth- er sections settlement has'been pos- itively because the survey parties were unable to block out the land, fast enough. Yet too partis of surveyors are today; held up aVid have been held up from work tor nearly three months because no mon- ey, ia available to.put ;them in the field. Of the thirty-five parties in the field many are handicapped, and in the entertainment of the throngs. Among the chief numbers on the pro-; gramme were happy speech of wel come by Mayor .Mark Spencer, a well reoRived speech by Jno. W. M. P. P., and a number of impromptus by Edw. J. Wood, W. ami others. t The hall was1 tastefully decorated with the red, white and blue bunting and the decoration committee is de- of praise. The afternoon sports were enjoyed by a fair sized so large as formerly ow- ing to'the fact that outlying towBS have their own celebrations now-a-days. Today will see a larger turn-out no doubt as the other cele- brations will be over and many will be in for municipal 111n iii t i riiii111i11111 i t ilit i U AILY STRAYED One bay horse, branded J. A. on left shoulder, and one bald face black, with white stockings, branded R on right shoulder and lazy JD on left thigh. A reward of J25.00 will be given for any information to recover same. W. M. Reber, Lethbridge, Alia. 1066 made to tke or ol to diatria mwkiabtbo rigbta ap- plied for art In taffiterf 3 muat be by gal unfturvcyed tract od tor bt staked out. Each application must paiiied by a which refunded ii rights api4ied fur arerforin his: residence intending to duties in ac- cordance with the above while living with parents or on farming laod own- by "himaelf must notify the Afent [or the district of such intention. Six months' notice in writing be given to the Commissioner ol Do- nion lUnds at Ottawa, of inteatton to apply for patent. W..W. OOBT. Deputy of the Minister ot 'tho Interior. ol thia advertisement will not ba for. Thursday, JulV 16 p; at 10a.m. S. B. WOODS, Depaty Attorney General 90th June, 1908 Mr. Billie Sharratt Ventriloquist and Mimic At liberty for Smoking Concerts, etc.. Ventriloquiaai Uugh lft WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN TC'M PER A NCC UN-ION' in Methodist Wesley Churofc every third Friday in the montb 3JO p. m. Visitors always welcome. MRS. A. E. HUMPHRIES. IVes. MRS. CHA8. McCLENAOHAN, _ Soctttary ke and Westeni Co. LONG BROS.Proprietow Office opposite Balmoral TELEPHONE e3 FJng Up 108 Wben 700 want DRAYING Done ptoropUy and Mftictactority JOHN BRODJC ;