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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 11, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta TT" If. Us bridge Pair, there. w the Le Dom't fail to" arranffe to Bryan leads the Democratic whether HwUl to defeat ,eit. Jtowiiiber witt Jelfc _ These warm days are great for the Yosf- count a Boithem Algeria.. bumper te ovw and William Jennings Bryan, Use greatest Deaoocrai oi them all, will carry standard of the Dern- party'in the 'lorthcoiniiig I idnjtisl contest. Those who kejpt in touch, with the siJiiatkfti in the United gtfirV "during the. past few months had litUe difficulty in settling in their that Bryan would he the noui- intV" QThis party. Very few states fail- ed to endorse' him. The conservative element which had opposed him Li campaigns', gradually declared Bryan was acceptable ,to them. Again, Bryan proved that 'he was no more radical than Roosevelt 'and Roosevelt is the ideal of the com- mon people today, just Bryan will be in the coming 'battle, for it to the close observer that Roosevelt's popularity 'will not be sufficient to radical, anti- corporation, .anti-trust vote to Taft. Taft's strength is with the business element. Bryan's is with the middle and' working classes and it is in these ranks that he will rob the Republi- cans of votes Roosevelt would have had. TWO WHO OO (ToVonto Mail Empire.) Mr oonfesses tliat-h prepared every infamou Election Bill which his party been compelled to abandon. ha it is a misfortune tliat when the bill was with it. But the people can do that dropped its author was not dropped But the people can d to the country later on Of Interest to Women agent six, had in church aud had displayed more! than usaal interest in which Ifce origin ol Eve" had ''Jx; dwelt ok at some length. On his re- turn'from the services, there being company to slso dis- played a good deal of merest in the] eatables, especially tha mince and cakes. Some time after'ward, her ing missed, he was found sitting quktly in a corner with his hands pressed tightly .over ribs and expression of awful anxiety on his! face. "Why what pn earth is the 'mat- asked Ms alarm. "Mamma, afraid Tm going to have, a wife." Car of >1J; On Traclr Today 1 Section ol farsa land y i" :y' 5 au4 frame Muse x 14, iraiue stud stable 14x50, 80 acres ,la oaU, 14 c4 ersfrfffcf to buyer, fowl! ol the bouse, also Section oi raw prairie. New railroad survey through both, and trosi railroad now, with good roads, at s snap price. Don't buy of anyone else j you see this and save real estate s Address- Itt N. Hi MURRAY Ranch (Montreal Gazette.) Mr announcement of mt sr IVtwi Naar Fair FASHION NOTES A-pretty summer "parasol has Grecian design in red and green plaid of more than half an inche iu width: It makes a most effective trimming, of Uk-1 of the parasol. .These and many other he has things might be suggested to the wo- V a I the House by reason of his nun who is getting ready for her sum- j. F I 4 Is c and mer at me I are worn these days. The smartest The Han th. Kn.f. are of black taffeta, though sometimes they are of satin.5; Lacings of blsck are alsbTa result' of the craze and many colored materials the natural pbh- this introduction, is a season when" the GET YOUR I AT. GERMAN'S The nomination of F. Jacob son Govenwr of in" doubt until" accused him of eating .with, his, kniie. Then he was chosen. He ought to be in- UK SKI IISilllCE BARGAIN tar: M: lib ol piaaolotte, organ, aa4 Tcicc Viaits or papils> lot euMS. WAQALBJUiTM. H4 ta. M. TTEftMS arieties. are a clever lot of fellows clowns by Wtll Known Imperttr of tht North Woat Calgary, Alia., July 190B To AH Owners of Good JHorses _ I have looked into the affairs of the British American Live Stock Asso- ciation, and am pleased to say that I can highly recommend them to all owners of fine stock. I am carrying insurance with them myself, and have the fullest confidence in their integrity and methods of doing bus- iness. v..' Yourg truly, (Signed) JOHN A. Balgreggan Farm. o; OAVlES, Agont; given a plate of peas. that coats must but theV need: not match the ly. engaged :in. Take that funny they are not supposed The Eastern; college ____________7 grew so reckless in. their tehavior >v linen coat may Bryan since 18% has proved that I that the professor to reprovej a skirt; and vice versa, and their conduct by ii lecture on moral- ity. They listened with due submis sion aud humility. In the course of his lecture he said: IMXOHf ii tTtWAKT, IJo. to Ip.m. CMC Aoart and B. CONYBCAlTf MNCt Solidtort; Etc. OnVt CooylMw Block. 1 Aka. he. is more than an orator. He A man among men. He is clean and upright, fearless and frank, and will tare a bigger and more enthusiastic following in this contest than either of the other two. Presidency this year is any- body'a. In 1900 and 1904 it was con- ueded that: the Republicans would win. few people will concede .anyr such thing this'year. ty foulard or cretonne coats are worn with white dresses. In fact, one may make a coat of almost anything and clown for instance, Tpto i, Who. represents "Old Mother of a property horse. receives-a salary of entitled "the "Rabbit isftiie child that will "not jremember the clown of a circus, always? Dur- ing the run of the Greater, Norfis 'and jit will be fashionable. One wjoman "My young friends, the floors having' a pair of-curtaius that'had hell are paved with champagne, auto- worth while in their time had in which a little dog is'made' resemble a rabbit, is one of deiiciously funny creations mobiles and chorus girls." He was horrified to hear one a very pretty coat of them to the public: artistic It is and POOR OPI N ION OF FOSTER The Edmonton Journal, is the only out and out Conservative paper in Alberta 'and yet it cannot swallow Hon. George" Eulas Foster, who pre- tends to be a political angel and of the leaders of the Conservative the Journal On November Sth the students tone: "Oh, say in a sepulchral Death where is nil i- MV 1 imenseiv cieyer aim vw, the Louis style, ribbons adding to the> Of the cleverest used a smaii piece of thvleH- a T tomime-work-seen a day in 1115 'the curtain stufTfor a yoke and aadj sketch. There are thirty- CROPS LOOK GOOD AT STRUM a complete suit. The vexed question as to the cor- rect sleeve length has been answered at last with no uncertain voice. Sleev-l es are to be long, so long that not only are the elbows covered and reach published the following editorial com- ment upon Hon. Geo. 12. Foster: "Does Mr. Foster wish us- to believe that his common sense has .become so atrophied 'that he really and truly thinks he was ful- filling his duty to the Independent Order of Foresters in lending their money, of which he was principal trustee, to himself as a director of a land syndicate? Are we giv- en to understand by Mr. Foster j that Dan Mann honestly gave himself and his associates an early view of the location of the Canadian Northern just as they were thinking of having a little nutter in C. P. R. lands, or that Mr. Whyte. was so kind as to knock a dollar and a half an acre off the listed price ol the said lands simply because Messrs. Mann and Whyte got stuck on his shape." July The crops in this district are the best in many years owing -to the abundant rainfall ant to improved modes of farming. fall grain (Turkey Red) prom Yrancisco this persons .paid admission big show. This is of people that ever assembl- Residence ed in psriod 'of thirty days to a circus performance in the West. The press of the city werii unanimous in their praises of the new big show and the clowns were especially com mended for their cleverness: Letkbridje Afterta W. C. SIMMONS BarHatar, Etc. Southard Block. ft. 0. ADOISOK Soccooioc' Xo y c. Funorai and Preftbyterian CVtarek OflBoe Pbooe lia.1 IM. F. B. ROtFSDN ARCHITECT Room I Block. JAS. A. MACOOMALD ARdHlttCT Southard BUck, Mr. R. O. Eves, while returning Lethbridgc, slid from his wagon (3 jj'p and struck his head violently on the ground, also spraining foot. Mr. is rapidljr .recoverlr.jf, WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN TEMP UN I I Meet in Methodist Wesley Church. Visitors always MRS. A: E. HUMPHRIES, Pres.' MRS. CHAS. McCLENAGHAN, 8d-0 Secretary. the Greater Nor- ris arM-Rowe circus this season, among them being men who have ap- ii every land making UPRISING OF NAVAJOES Bislee, Ariz., July uprising of Navajoes in New Mexico is re- ported to have occurred and thirty soldiers with machine guns'" have been despatched from Fort Huxehuca THis clowning business with i a big circus'is fuuny yet never, coarse, the wrists but- the points must fall {un> and the old en- right over; the knuckles and in some y H. as well tfae young Where instances there are actually conceal- ed thumb holes in through! which the thumbs may be passed in ALVIN RIPLEY ACCOUNTING, AUDITING, COL- LECTIONS and RENTALS Firt, Lift snd Accidtnt Insuranct Room 5 Whitney Block for Fort Wingatejor the; purpose ofj aiding the troops stationed there in j quelling. the outbreak, have been received. 1L-_ M. JOHMSTONE' BarristM- and Office adjoining Union Lelhbridge. A. F. A. M.f 0. R. A; Regular meeting night; the third Thursday of each month in the onic Hall, P. 0. Block, at 8 p.m. Visiting brethren will always-receive a-hearty welcome. s _ ;j: G.V.STORkEY. W. M. Secretary. P. O. Box b37 Ises an enormous yield. This grain thrives better in this district thai in. any other part of Southern Alber Spring wheat, other cer- eals will also make a. bounteous har- vest. The fields of alfalfa arc making a great showing and tions this hay On October 27th, 1906, this is the opinion the Journal had of Mr. Fos- ter's value to the Conservative party: whole Conservative party will welcome the report that a movement is on foot to request Mr. Borden to sever Mr. Foster's connection with the councils of the party. The same brief of ex- communication should be read against Messrs. Fowler, Pope, Bennett and 'oil the politicians mixed up with the I. 0. F. insur- ance scandals. We cannot polit- ically afford to carry them as pas- sengers in the Conservative boat any longer. If a man caniiot pull his own weight he has got to be relegated to the crowd on the tow- path." On Oct. 2nd, 1906, the Journal "Mr. Foster's curiosity on these subjects is all very well in its way. But he seems to fail as to rec- ognize the fact that what the Con- aervative party as a whole wants to fcr.oV is how long it is expected j to carry Mr. Foster on its should- ers. His questions and attacks on the government arc every one of them a boomerang for the party." On Nov. 5th, 1906, that paper said: "The most thorough-paced Tory in North Toronto must recognize the fact that Mr. Foster can never any more be anything but a dead weight to the Conservative cause all over the country if he persists in staying in the political arena." The Journal has sited up Mr. Fos- ter perfectly, but he still leads Mr. Borden about by a string and has the Conservative party at Ottawa under his thumb. from all indica- takc the lead in the feeding of cattle and sheep in this district. Timothy, western, rye grass and other hays are also doing well. The farmers of tnis district -are alive to the advantages of mechani- cal power in the tillage of the farm, several steam plows having been plowing-all summer both for sod- breaking and for summer fallow. Stirling, situated as it is, at the j junction of two railways, and the centre of an immense country am with good shipping facilities and un limited resources is destined to be- come one of the greatest cities of this province. The Massey Harris have just com pleted an extensive warehouse owin to the increased demand for seedin and harvesting machinery. The trees planted by the schoo children around the school house ar doing well. OUR POINT Of VIEW Caigary's populstion has decreased about since Monday. The men behind the Calgary Fair knew the business c! rur.rtirig a big rarely strikes it right. At random she may ring the bell therefore she is a thing to avoid. BUT1 know 'whereof I speak when I say that our 20 per cent discount sale beats the bands of Spnsa and Godfrey all to sticks order that they may help to keep the sleeve down to This particular vogue "adds not a lit- tle to the studios suppression of all efforts at display that characterizes enough, the exceedingly quiet .aim.- modes of .the season. Yet-, curiously that is scught lor in the "smartest of smart toilettes is not achieved at the cost of any loss..oi'.elaborate detail. On the contrary, it is because each item of the sartorial scheme is moaaic- ke in "its'precision that the whole Sect is subdued. i Canning Hints Before putting fruit in glass jars, them in soapsuds containing a ittle soda. Then rinse well with calding water and set in the sun to dry. If you want the flavor of the fruit to come ont well do not use an ex- cess of sugar. Never use poor fruit for canning. The best is none too good. Let it be as fresh as possible and not over-ripe. Handle it as little as possible. Have everything in readiness before you begin operations. The woman who has to run to pantry or kitchen even- time a thing is wanted makes herself double the work that's neces- sary- TJse the best grade of sugar. It may cost a little more than the ord inary, but it will make your frui enough better to pay the difference in cost. Do not stir fruit when it is cooking If you want to know how it is com ing along take out a piece of it with out disturbing the rest. Give it a brisk boiling. If allowet to stand and simmer it will not re tain its shape vre-ll. When the cans arc ready for sealin see that the covers fit perfectly I Never use one that does not hug dow tightly to the shoulder'of the jar. G1RCU S DAY LET HBRIDGE 1st and 3rd Mondaa Hail at 8 o'clock. biting )rethren are cordially invited. S. 0; DAVIES, W P. 24-ly T J WHITE, W. S Nest TR B5 EQSESTRIWS iltriaKsfi 23 IEIBT GUMS 42 fssWRi C ;v 10 Lovely of Paul UCM'Form POMB am. 'm GrMit ReroiTicg R, R, CARS MOTHER GOOSE AND RED RID ING HOOD With the Creator Norris and Row circus, museum, menagerie, hippo- drome- and congress of nations which will exhibit in this city July 17, afif-r- noon and night, nre the greatest num- ber of clowns, jesters, pantaloons, buffoons zaneys, Yorick's and funny j fellows in general, ever assembled with an tented organization in the history of the amusement business. One will encovmter a big fat clown, made up to resemble "T.Htle P.ed Rid- ing another to represent "Simple Simon" and so on through the long list of nursery rhymes. Aesop's fables have been called upon to furnish material for these funny- fellows. Little plays are enacted everywhere around the large hippo- drome track constantly. "Foxy the "Happy "Nervy the fat 'ooliceman and