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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 8, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE WEEKLY HERALD Lethbridge Herald PRINTING CO., LTD. W. A. Bickiiii, irector and Editor. SUBSCRIPTION In Advance a year Otheriwse a year ADVERTISING Month ptr Inch CANADA'S BIRTHDAY Canada as a federated nation is thirty-one years old tomorrow. In the history of nations, there is none other that has made such rapid pro- gress as our ovrn Dominion of Can- ada. In 1367, all Canada was around the Great Lakes and the Gulf of St. Lawrence; today it extends from the Atlantic to ,the Pacific and from the United States to the North Pole. "Then, the people were divided by class, creed and nationality; today irom shore to shore the nation is a nnit, all being united in the brother- hood of Canadianism. Then, Canada recognized by the nations of the "world as merely a dependency of Great Britain; today she is ed everywhere as the partner in the empire of Greater Britain. At that time, Canada and her resources were THE RECORDS OF THE PARTIES la the Gleichen. Call's report of Mr. speech at Gleichen, the following- paragraph appears. He claimed the Conservatives, when in power, had constructed all the important railways in the west and the Liberals had done very lit- tie towards extending them since coining into power, and at some length further discussed and corn-' pared the Grand Trunk and C.P.K. deals. It is true that when the Conserva- tive government controlled the des- tinies of Canada, the C.P.R. railway was built through the western pro- vinces, tho first railroad that cover- j ed the prairies. It is also true that in connection, with, the granting of a charter to that road, a was unearthed which wrecked the govern- ment of Sir John A. ilacdonald and Blackened the fair name of Canada, i COLEMAN Coleman, July Saturday th Coleman baseball nine journeyed t Hosmer and on Sunday played tin Hosmer nine defeating them by 8 runs to six, thus demonstrating tha tho Coleman boys can play good base ball away from home as well as on their own ground and that they do not need to be at home with a home umpire in order to win. They can win anyway and most anywhere. On Saturday the Bellevue football j eleven tried conclusions with Cole- man team on the latter's grounds and though played good snappy football from start, to finish and at times pressed Coleman pretty closely, yet they were forced at last to suffer defeat by a score of 3-0. Mrs. McLeod, of Michel, is visiting her brother, Mr. G. F. Fraser and at The back ig the mainspring of the same time meeting her other TmftTi rvnmniirm Tf f _ __" it is worth pointing out also that: woman's organism. It quicMj calJa j brother Mr Fraser who no scandal of any kind has yet de- t attention to trouble by aching. Jt veloped in connection with the con- struction the Grand Trunk Pacific Kailway. I other symptoms, such as nervotwuess, headache, pains in the loins, weight in the lower put of the body, that a woman's feminine The Call states that Mr. Magrath organism needs immediate attention. "compared the Grand Trunk and C. i In such cases the one SUIC remedy P. R. deals." If he pointed out to his audience in making that compar- ison the vast land grant the Conser- vative government ingde to the Can- adian Pacific we are confident the Grand Trunk Pacific terms of con- i struction benefitted in the compari- son. which speedily removes the cause, and restores the feTnin to a healthy, normal condition is LYDIAELPINKHAM'S VEGETABLE COMPOUND lerie Street, Quebec, wntes to Mrs. -unknown, while now, the eyes of all the world are turned to our great un- developed wealth. Then. Canadaians imported a great deal of their food- stuffs, but today the Canadian plains sure known as the granary of the -world and grain in ever increasing millions- of bushels is being sent to .feed the hungry milions of Europe and Asia. At Confederation, Canada given the Ml rights of self-gov- ernment hut not without serious mis- givings by; many of Britain's states- men who -doubted the wisdom of al- lowing 3. colony to govern itself. Af- ter thirty short years, Britain's states- men are glad to honor our statesmen, to give them greater power and to In this statement of Mr. Magrath por ycw j bwn doctoring appears the claim that "the Conser- for weakness, heart and nerves, vatives when in power had construct- kidney tronble, "but in Lydia ed all the important railroads in the West, and the Liberals had done very- little towards extending them since spending part of his %'acation with Rambling Reveries B Y DREAMER It is natural that a girl should wish to appear at her best before a man whom she loves. ,It is equally natural that a man should be careful to keep his shortcomings from the girl he is desirous of making his wife. He is ihoughfal of her comfort, spends al his spare time in her com- pany, will not see that she has any 'aults that his relatives point out to lim, and is not exacting except as the amount of affection be- towed upon himself. The engaged ;irl is a girl of importance, petted by ler friends and indulged by her fam- ly. Her plans and wishes often have i tie first consideration. Little is re- "THE STOKE OF his brother in Coleman. Mr. Alex {quired of her and much is yielded to Fraser is the accountant of the Do- minion Steel Co., in Sydney, Cape Breton. He speaks in glowing terms "oi the marvellous development in that eastern part of Canada. Devel- opment there for rapidity and stabil- ity, lie says, is not excelled if it is equalled anywhere with the possible exception of in the province of Al- berta. Mr. Manthorne, principal of the school, spent Saturday and Sunday in Fernie. B. C. I was continually bothered with the most distressing- backaches, headaches, COALDALE coming into power." The only iai- bearing down pains, and I kept portant railway constructed in" West- more and more nervous. era Canada bv the Conservative gov- R Pinkham'i Com- e ,_ eminent was the C.P.R. Does Mr. poond relieved me of all these distress- and .made me a well -considt them in the matters of Em- pire. Canada today is the elder son in the and by the foreign nations is willingly recogniz- ed as a nation of full standing. What other people in thirty years ever at- tained such standing, acquired such wealth or made such' .progress in statesmanship as has this nation of thirty-one years, this Canada of ours? alagrath. desire to lead the people to woman. I would all suffering- believe that, 'one C.P.R. has been at a standstill in construction work since the Liberals came into power in 1S9G Surely he has not forgot- ten that since' .1396 the C.P.R. has undertaken the construction of two FACTS FOR SICK WOHfclL For thirty years E. Pink- Coaldale, July will be ser- vices every Sunday at Mr. Patching's home at 3 o'clock .until further no- tice. The new minister is very much appreciated. H. A. Suggitt and family moved in- to their elegant new farm home north i of the Mr' and family and the very extensive branches open up a vast country ham's Vegetable Cbmpound, made fPatchin? young people took iu the from roots and herbs, has been the circus at Lethbridge. standard remedy for female ills. which will first made -women "who have been troubled "with known to the world through the ag- Tl3cPI gressive policy of development oi the Interior Department under the Liber- al administration. We refer to the .Lacombe-Jiloose Jaw branch, and the Wetaskiwin-Saskatoon branch its extension east to Winnipeg. These being interpreted, means that it was fibroid tumors, irregularities, periodic pains, backache, that bear- ing-down feeling, flatulency, indiges- Dcrvoos prostration. two lines in themselves will more territory than t line of the C. P. i with the assistance of cover built a huge THE ACT WORKS WELL Hon. Mr. Lemieux, Minister of La- bor, has received from Mr. A. B. Lowe, president of the International Brotherhood of Maintenance of the. employees, the headquarters of which are located at St. Louis. Mo., a letter, under the date of June having com- ing resiou of the Crow's Nest and crowd and it was" hard to convince! pleted the purchase thereof. aided in our development as a distri- people that they were grown here imting centre. gome folks even figured that they were The railroad construction in Cana- hot house productions, da during the 12 years the Liberals _____ llcLVfi IT! it is bad the exhibts vast undertaking at the Dominion -Fair construction of the C.P.K. of not be taken for t the Conservative party proud- United Stat G Ge boasts. bneden, railroad were extended in order to reach the thousands upon thousands who were taking up land and railroad corpora- tions such as the Canadian Northern "They'll be ivry difi'rent kind f ________, a Dimmyc-rat iver seen. There Iits northward now formerly flowed j and to strugele' only for poncT'and be Dimmycrats who believe south of the Aleutian Is-j plantations. see their parems lands, striking the American coast j Hpppitfnl Johnston. and Bacon j J Sausage, etc. Highest Prices paid to Farmers for CATTLE HOGS SHEEP. POULTRY, etc. P. BURNS CO. I LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. t While bathing in Indian river at Pembroke, Hannann Hahn, 22 years of age, was drowned. "I am pleased to tell you also tlm the possibilitics of the country secured a somexvha Immediatel-v to build th' protective tariff shud be de- stroyed, an' those that believe it shud be tickled. Th' Dhnmycra- tic party has niver altered its opposition to a protective tariff. It recognizes in this system th' soorct-3 iv preedytory wealth, an' is glad to recognize thim. How d'ye do? How are ve? coast j north of Vancouver Island, and thence non-ing south; in its present course of flow, however, it follows the coast of Kamschatka and Siberia north to opposite Nome, where it swings over to the Alaskan coast and then south and always with them. They are educated to deceit, and to go outside of blood re- lationship for confidants and advice They see their parents nagging each iract with tht Halifax and South Western railway! and that reminds me that I should have sent, and will do so by the next mail, or as soon as they can be pre- pared, if we have not already copies. copy of each schedule to you at Ot- tawa. exvhat similar con- T to uum e transcontinental line through th, filtering, and is a well established fact... and the j kissing cach other, Thu3 the new manno charts are being prepar-; of the child is kept jn a trcmor of noted for boosting anything not "The result of the warm current be- doubt, disgust and disturbance. bridge exhibit at the Dominion Fair Fc The demand for raUro.ds was still keen and 'the Dominion Government it? its terms with the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway of "I am so convinced that these con- tracts have been gotten without any friction because the Lemieux Act! stood behind the committee that l! have pleasure in communicating feet to you. My good opinion of the1 PaC'flC the construction a transcontinental lino through an entirely new section of Western" Can- ada. Xeither tho C.P.R. extensions, sheaf and threshed, along with grass, rye. this year's fall wheat, blankets of the most down made from natural wool and at the local mills; alfalfa, potatoes and the Canadian Northern or thc Grand would 1 a'.'e Act is not so much because.. been undertaken had it not been for l i W( U ;M of the strikes that it has settled, or? g population yet may settle, as in the much great-1 Dnminion Fflir Jirantford Expositor was at, first re- It was certainly a dandv yarded with some distrust by thc rail- way brotherhoods, but in its prac- tical working out it has disarmed A sample of oats weighing "pounds to tho bushel are displayed. "and wheat that runs G3 pounds to "the bushel. Tho Ellison Milling Com Corn- flour are shown, and the ex- rreat credit upon those "lto tho Taylor Millin to develop its resoui'e.'s through tho immigration policy of th Liberal government. If any .section of has rea- son to be thankful lor the u government in 1890 it'is IhnL section to "'hibit. reflects "in chanro." It is educated to hide dirt behind earned along these formerly mider chairs and -n dark cor. and mhosmtable consts has beonjners. arid conceal its liittle acts of meanness rather than weed them out of its life. It hears the parents speaking ill, meanly, ugly of neigh- plainly observed the last two or three "Just as Oregon, Washington and Vancouver Island owe their mild win- ters and long continued rainfall to this warm current so the whole west- ern coast of Alaska and British Colum bia are gradually experiencing the in- fluence of this change, the great hu- mility caused by the constant work- ing inland and' t-ffi-cting the whole northern country west of the divide. Montana got the first plain effect of this last year, with an unprecedent- ed amount of rain, followed by an SUDDEN DEATHS Life is uncertain and sudden deaths frequentlv occur Make 5Sf h-ni as and vou 1" an fexPenenced executor as well as securitv for "the carrying out of every clause of your will. THE TRUSTS AND GUARANTEE COMPANY, LTD. (Head Office, Toronto.) Capital: Subscribed, Paid Up and Reserve, Public Administrator for Calgary, Macleod Lethbridge and Wetaskiwin Judicial Districts. Official Assignee for Lethbridge and Macleod Judicial Districts. ._ Ar _. Advisory Board for Alberta D. Marsh, Esq., William Pcarce, Esq., P. Turner Bone, Esq. 711 First Street, West, Calgary. A. G. ROSS, Manager. unprecedented mild winter.' from the Ontario boundar the Rocky Mountains. OUR POINT OF VIEW suspicion. In fact, it is remarkable that in, the very short period in which it has been in operation, the Act should have been instrumental In settling some thirty-five or forty Industrial disputes. COWLEY NOTES Cowlf-y. July F. F. Cook, j the- new missionary in charge of the Lunubrock mission, arrived from j Morningsidf on Friday and mad.- his j lirst bow to the Methodist congrega- Grnnum got the prize for the best i licm ;lt'North Fork, Cowley and Lund- brock on Sunday, preaching very ae-j ceptably to fair congregations. j Messrs. W. C. Robinson and C. A.' ,-ore among tho Visitors to j Fair and occupied a c; e Trades procession. bors, then welcoming them Vith smiles, kisses and cornuliments. Thus the child is educated to develop a double. On entering the field that is just beyond the catc of maturity, so to speak, the young man is taught busi- ness. That is, to lie, cheat, and deceive. To make drunk and then do for them. He is taught that all ways to get money are alike honorable. To be sure, he ESTABLISHED 1S64 Merchants Bank of Canada Rockefeller is going to write the story of his life. He can't afford to employ any person to do it. Many Ontario visitors to the Cal- The young woman drowned in Hum- ber Bay, Toronto, with Frank Farley, gary fair pronounced it almost as is now known to have been Madeline ood as thc Toronto Industrial which E. Wing, a bookkeeper. iuersity KINGSTON. ONTARIO ARTS EDUCATION THEOLOGY MEDICINE SCIENCE (Including Engineering) The Arts Course may be taken with- out attendance. For Calendars, write the Registrar, Y. CHOWK, Ontario. has different teachers, who teach dif- _ ferent methods to the same great object, but they all land tho student in the same rut. He is j taught to be. sharp. To forget honor (and man's duty to all other men. To j hate, dislike or distrust all who are not set, sect or society, when in truth there are as good men, as pure women and as lovely children in other sets and sects as in our own. Our duty to God is performed only when we properly care for, assist and educate all. who are born from hu- manity; to care for God's jewels and see that we do not set them in mud, filth, sin, misery, degradation and wickedness. To carefully surround our little ones, our loved ones, with influences and environments that will Reserve and Undivided Profits. HEAD OFFICE, MONTREAL Paid-up DIRECTORS Jonathan Hodgson, Esq. Vice-President OF BOARD Sir JB. Montagu Allan President C. R. Hosmer, Esq., Tbos. Long, Esq., C. F. Smith, Esq., Hugh A. Allan, Esq., C. M. Hajs, Esq., Alex. Barneti Esqv F. Orr Lewis, Esq. E.F.Hebden........................... General Manager Tho Bank has 119 branches and agencies distributed throughout Canada. New York Agency, 63 and 65 Wall St. SAVINGS BANK ACCOUNTS invited, and special atten- tion is paid to small deposits. Interest at 3 per cent per annum, compounded four times a year. Drafts, Money Orders and Letters of Credit, payable in any part of the world, at current rates LETHBRIDGE BRANCH- E. W. McMULLEN, Manner ;