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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 7, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta Ju> .7 I ItMH tte Ontario Rocky that OUR POINT or view vift n ia too dtetrkt etfcfbtt the Domittioa Fair, Canary, eaa- not Ukea for a tour the United Statea, Great Britain, Genoa City to iiaov that there are regular forms they ihould fOC ajtd thai alter, tfcffr' spfAicatioM win read! the Council until they are pre- sented in Ihe proper This matter in with tile reeoaMttudatiofL of thf City not raft tor at Uliaote M ay, Sweden, France and persuasive Albarta. THC M OF THE PARTIU la report of Mr. Magrnih's at 'Gleichen, following appears. claimed the whw in power, had constructed all the important railways in the west aad the had done very Ut- th) extending them since into power, and at some further com- the Grand Trunk and C.F.H. Norway. They would be that a sewer be' laid on Bart- Lett St. from Courtland 84- to London goad. Secretary Bpbiaaon-drew at- tention to the of the prcptr forma being used and the press was immiifratio. j asked to five publicity to ary procedure. The Democratic eoarention the event of this week. t Dookjr in cbuMfTTED FOR the America this to MT about if: It is.trm that the Conserva- tive, pjirammrnt controlled the des- Canada, railway was bvilt through the western pro- tha ftrtt railroad that cover- ad the prairies. It is also true that in connection with the granting of a charter to that road a scandal was unearthed which wrecked the govern- nt of Sir 'John A. Macdonald (ftnaeiai to Harald.) Cowley, July Bel "They' I ivry dUTrent kindlgian settlers in the Porcupine Hills, a DL iver seen. There named Camille Bonrjr and Marie be Diramycrats who Martens were arrested by Corp. th' protective tariff shod be de- Moses and Pr, Harrison, the R. stroyed, an' those that believe'it W. M. the instance of Mr. J ghud te Th' Diinmycra-1 C. .Drewry charged witfi stealings tic CORN and GALLON APPLES On Track Today ol American of [lAter. rtatimwit in lull of Mr. I MltrWU'i 'waa' in 4o Jate C. tho Mr Mitchell naid tonight "I that I Itmor I my to juaed. 1 know-tW this ia Vtaifte ay Ury or ajvaaaad IkMkjCi tafl tuaity for political preteraaeat if I mould take advaMajp, of it and my I feel party has niver altered its sack of wheat from granary on opposition to a protective tariff. It the Brown ranch. On Monday they were arraigned before J. BiddeU, J.P. who after a hearing of all the-evi- dence committed the defendants for trial at the next court of competent jurisdiction. Practical bread, deareat? vou N make recognizes in this system th' soorees iv preedytory wealth, an is glad to recognise, thim. How d'ye do? How are ye? niah dough, American. f Ughta J blackened the fair name of Canada. It worth pointing out also that no scandal of any kind has yet de- veloped in connection with, the con- struction of the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway. txtramriy to who urged my name "as "a candidate, but my health, my physical condition, is of a character-that I must.cn my health and for my family drat; political and ferment afterward." "Mr. Mitchell, you have been offer ed the position by National Civ ic Federation oi intanpdiary inj trade 1 admit that I ain consider- ing the_proposition from the civic fe- Mr. Mitchell replied, in this as in the political position I should feel able I migU accept. I! I must consider my health first. If! am consider ng that matter earefuHy think that my statement to Mr. ardiaf explaina my position fully." GOOD NEWS FOR FRANK (Spaciat to Herald.) RELfarON' I Frank, July Gebo, oi the C.A. (Buffalo 0. C. Co., of Frank, returned this _ morninf and as the new coal Taft is a pmtaruwi. but in sometimes he attends tb Church with Mrs- Taft. summer home in Murray Canada, he goes to the Presbytcnan Church, if nominated he auiy Mcn-l H'ARRV ORCHARD'S LIFE SPARED tify himself with aV the other Call states that Mr. Magrath the Orand Trunk and C p. R. deals." -If he pointed out to his in making that compar iaon thVvast land grant the vative government made to the Can- adian Pacific we are confident the Grand'Trunk Pacific temis of con- struction benefitted in the compari- son: In this statement of Mr. "Slagrath appears the claim that "the Conser- vatives when in power had construct- ed all the iuiportsiit railroads m the} stuff off inations and clinch the church vote. TIPS FOR CITV LEAGUEU3 A hit in the pinch is worth two ol kind. The man who always runs 'em out will make good in any game tackles. he The motto of the coach lines is this: "Open your eyes and keep on your toes." Luck is always a winning unless it runs into pluck. Then the West, and the-Liberals had done very little towards' extending them since coming into power." The only im- portant railway constructed in West- ern Canada by the Conservative gov- ernment was the C.P.H. Does Mr: Magrath desire to lead the people to batieve that the C.PlR. has been at a in construction work Liberals came-into power -in 1896 Surely he has not forgot- ten that since 1896 the CJP.R: has undertaken the construction of two very extensive branches which will open up .a. vast country first made known to the world through the ag- gressive policy of development of the Interior Department under the Liber- al administration. We refer to the LacbrnDe-Mbpse Jaw branch and the Wetaskiwih-Saskatoon" branch with stops at socond. its extension east to Winnipeg. These two lines In themselves will cover {more territory 'than the main line of the C. P. E. built with the assistance tri a subsidy from the Conservative ernment. The C.P.R. have also con- structed a number of other in Western Canada since 1896. Lethbridge and the vast territory between Medicine Hat and British Colombia waa practically without railway connection -with the outsid world until the Liberal party cam into power and arranged 'for the construction of the Crowds Nest Pass road which brought the city and country into the vast min- ing region of the Crow's Nest aud aided in our development as a distri- buting centre. The railroad construction in Cana- da during, the 12 years the Liberals have been in power has completely overshadowed the vast undertaking of the construction of the C.P.R. of A home run is a fine thing, but the diminutive bunt in a tight place is not to .be despised. .A man who never makes an error or a mistake never makes a play that is really worth while. The sacrifice has won more games than the home run, and the 10-cent head lost fewer than the 10-cent arm. Speed without control" hasn't. a show to win against control without speed. But speed with control has i the field sewed up. To outguess the other fellow makes four, game easy and success a pipe- Ypu've got to hit the dvrfto get nere in a pinch. The man who stretches a single to an extra- bo.se is of more value than the man Who hits for throe bases and Idaho Beard of Commutes Death Sentence to Imprison- ment Boise, Idaho, July chapter in the Steuenenberg murder case was enacted vrhen the Idaho State Board of Pardons commuted the sentence of Harry Orchard, who was sentenced to'be hanged Friday of last life imprisonment. Clemency was granted in spite of the expressed desire ol Orchard to have the sentence of. the court carried out. every Whether and your physique Progress Brand Clothing. Look for the label that guarantees satisfaction. Sold and Guaranteed by McKELVIE eck, a son. OUT Water Wagons; are -useful to exemplify Ir- rigation, or as farmer Smith, of Dunmore called it, irrita- tion. He was one of our many successful Englishmen. Anyhow, let us all hang on to the rear of his or her par- ticular taking time from the date oi this news- pnper. The 21 CENT. DISCOUNT SALE continues to fiill our desires but positively closes the 15th inst. to make room for a fresh surprise by MEN'S GOODS INI ttcnl Ofatj ike Gtj Reg. price Sale ledora Tweed Trousers........ 1.75 1.00 ........2.25 1.50 41 2 75 2 00 2 Sheep Lined Coats... 12.50 8.00 8 ...10.00 7.00 8.00 5.75 3'Slicker Snits......... 4.00 3.00 6 Outing Suits.........10.00 6.00 2 Smoking Jackets.....7.50 5.00 Uents.'TanLegtings... 3.50 2.50 2.75 2.00 2 Gladstone 2.75 2.00 3 Telescope Valises.....1.50 1.00 DRY GOODS bit's Stop fete fese fakes Reg. price Sale Heavy Grey Flannel......35c 25c NayyBlue .......45c 30c Drew .65c 4oc d w Homespun .6oc 45c Lustre Kavy60c 45c Shepherd's PlaidoOc 35c "8Qc Stair Oil Cloth..........25c Solid Back Hair Brushes 75c each 50c Fairy Hose Supporters -40c 30c pair It would require a page to particularize the other good things. Come and See Surprisingly Little Prices in CROCKERY 3 Toilet 10 piece Sets... 2 10 8.50 6.00 2 8 6.50 4.75 2 7 ...-5.00 3.00 36TeaPots.............90 .50 Water or Lemonade Sets 2.50 1.50 DinnsrSets...........20.00 14.50 Dinner Sets........... 15.00 11.75 14.00 10.50 ..........10.00 6.75 Platters, Bowls, Basins, Pie Dishes, and Saucers, Plates, Salts and Peppers, Glassware, etc., etc., at the same low rate. 1EHCT1 REMEMBER OUR GROCERIES. We have a complete line. Ship Ik swisf to mid Ac rash I. N. BANKS CO. SI WHITNEY BLOCK Next Union Bank tar lib hrtktt Ml TERMS fftw Beam 74 DOt. 4 mWAIIT, Bw KDMlbti. to lif.m HAMILTOM 4 YOUMO t r VVV viWByflW Blsck. K.C..D.C.L.. t. Marian B. C. Barriaien. Bte. Coojheare Block. Alto. lyt J Jilt Alberta Realty Co UtttrUie JAcrta W. C. KU. (Met: ftMtbud Block. R. Q. AODMON TA B. C. MOOftE FiMMral Director an to Pretbyterian diMn Oftes Phooe Bttideuee IM. F. B. ROLFBOM ARCHltCOT HM V WTlNVMy V JAS. A, HACOONALO ARCHITECT t f SewtHard Black, Redpath Street Atta. MAKING GOOD "Why don't you do as you dW when you came home last night, John." "How was "Why, when I met you in the dark hallway you caught me in your arms and kissed me." "Gee, was that you? 1 you Post. ALVIN RIPLEY ACCOUNTING, AUDITING, COL- LECTIONS and RENTALS Vifa aixJ AccUant Room 5 Whitney Block WOMEN? CHRISTIAN T E P E R A N C t U N I O N Meet 'in Methodist Wesley Churoh every third Friday in the month at 330 p. m. Visitors always welcome. MRS A E. HUMPHRIES; MRS. CHAS. MeCLENAGHAN, Bacnlarr. Uthbridfe Ledfe X. F. A- M.V 0. R: A. Regular meeting night, the third Thundar 'of each month in the Masonic Hall, P. O. Block, at 8 p.m. Visiting brethren will always receive a hearty welcome. W. M. -Secretary. P. O. Box M7 Meets 1st and 3rd Mondays inK'of P Hall atj o'clock! Visiting brethren are cordially imvited. S G. DAVIES, WP. 24-ly. T. J. WHITE, W S Ncsl of (Ms -Lethbridge Nest ol Owls, No. 159. will tnecta the first and third Wednesday; of each month in K. of P. Hall, G. V. 8TORKET. Secreiaary. C. R068 TATE. Pretidebi M. PRIEST. Junior Past Prea, WHAT A PICNICl it would be if you didn't take along with you a generous quantity of some of our bottled: ale and beer, any soda, sarsaparilla, Iron Brew, High Rock Water, Etc.? Cooled in a babbling brook or on a cake oC ice, smack your lips over the thought how your luncheon will taate with such a welcome addition. You know we have a phone. But call in if you have time and sample our purepro- ducts. LETBBWDGEBREW1NG4 MALTING COMPANY, Ltd Ma fasten Costf in K- o! Hall last Tiiureday of month. VigatUsg Brethren Welcomo J. P. ROGERS, C.R. A. 2SEIDIG, P.8. First-dass Cafe Onkr BdvccB Mttli CARROLL A DOTLB LCTHMIOOC NO. C. B. P. O. C. MeeU OQ Taesday. of emcfa at S.li E. a. 8HARMAK, M. PRIE8T. E. Lodge Pride ol Alberto, No. emy Kt 8 p.m. VMUaf cowe. wri W. lot Meet in the Labor Hall tmy aec nod and hwfth Moodayi in tin month. certificated en- and ovt of employ- do wtQ to NEVUf. Chfet W. A. D1CK80N. 44-lrriv ;