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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 13, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LITHJUtOttK MONDAY, JULV Coleman been allowed to sit up who littk while __ aher supper, with the understanding that he was to ask uo foolish ques- tions, "Can God do 'Yes." ''Can he make a rule with only one end to "One more question like that said bis. fa- ftatM delivered giz mooth. delivered, ooetha, deliveMtd.. IJt one by mail 1 by by JJ oiia year ......r IM bet both new aad old be ther "and you will be packed off to Bobby was silent for a few moments and then asked: "Pa, >caa a camel go ten days without my "Well, how many go if he had The next thing Bobby knew he was in LAURiER W5LL WIN There is among the Conservatives .over an ar" tiele which appeared recently in La Patrie, of Montreal, vrhich has been considered the" Bburassa organ and especially witli Conservative leanings. The state of public opinion in Que- by General Andrew Jackson's colored bodyservaut was asked after old Hick- ory's death whether he thought his master had gone to heaven and promptly replied, ''I ain't jist so sho' 'bout dat, sir." wasn't the general a good man? Cclanan, July D. L. Stau- ffer wife of our local electrician kti iMt'uight for a visit with her par- ents in Carstairs. Having lived moat of her life oil the prairie those broad limitless stretches of fertility have a freat fascination for her thdugh doubtUss the grandeur of the moun- tains will in time become equally .entrancing. Mr. Spry who a short time look over the blacksmith she? here, has been "having more than ordinary suc- cess in the shop that others before him could find nothing but failure. Doubtless his superior knowledge of the trade is the secret ot his success. Mr. Spry has brought his wife from Ontario and they arc settled iu house lately occupied by Mr. S. Hall. Mr. Marshall Laird is still further improving his fine property by adding a verandah to his house. Smart is doing the job. The writer of this "took Mr. W. S. U'ip sah, he was a very good man. "Well, then, if he was such a good man why aren't you sure he has gone to "it all depends, the old dar bee may however, be guaged the article in' question. La Patrie's leader is devoted to a eulogy of Sir Wilfrid Laurier, declar- key answered, "on whedder de gen ing that there will >be but one voice to era] wanted to go to- heaven or whed declare his patriotism and his quali- der he didn't want to go'dar. If he ties as a statesman and that will be Lja he's dar, but ef he didn't, all de the .voice of the whole people. powers o' darkness couldn't make him La Patrie says that, although the j KO Prime Minister is a very well man, ii is more than probable that the next parliament will see "The crowning of his career of A certain Sunday School class consists for the most part of young -Prime upon i Minister OI ma Vincci ui i i depends of course, sters whf Uve o Hosmer this week where he found hings, if not booming, at least going head very rapidly. Many houses and stores as well as hotels are go- ng up, the immense tipple with, iron raine is iieariug completion, some wo hundred coke ovens, the first row of a total of over four hundred, will soon be finished-and -thigs will be in readiness to begin work on the first of September, that being the earliest it appears that they will be at liberty to commence mining oper- ations properly. Coleman has been well represented at the great Fair-at Calgary and norcuioNAL GAIN MADAM NOftMAN (OrdMttrai Teacher of pianoforte, off an, and votee produeuoa. VuiU or pupils, prepara- tory or advanced. Coachiuf .for; LOOM Lett Fancy Stationery tty ttoptic Cash Books Can! lodexet Filing Cabinets Binders and Office So ppliet Rubber Muuicipal Forms Legal Bookbinding and W.S.OALBRAITH, OAee 914 Bddpatb 8i K.C..O.C.L., Merten B. C. L CONYBEAMi 4 Barristers, Eic, Office: Cony bear e Block. Ite tattej Cfl. Iti ERMS GET YOUR AT the class about ..lie. Wwe are convinced that Sir 1 ana the Wifrid Laurier can await that who, however, had not been diet with confidence because the peo- Present the previous pie, conscious of ihe general support she said, which they have given him during to tell me who killed the past twelve years, will still remain "Ain't no use askin' me, faithful ,hr most solemn, oc-1 replied Jimrnie; "I didn't even know casiou in his life." I wa3 La Patrie says that the election of Henry Bburassa 'gave certain people to understand that the triumph of the nationalist leader was an. indica- tion that Lautier's..'prestige was on I River, Alta., July seems the wane, but that paper'does not ae-1 our season is over. It is get- cept this theory; as Mr..: Bouraasa ting quite dry and hot weather now.; stated in his he had no peOple round here; would lite to quarrel with Sir Wilfrid Laurier. see more business houses opening up "We do not believe." concludes the at Eiver. Milk River apart was not Calgary's fault, they enjoyed air and everything with it. It will undoubtedly prove a splendid advertisement not for Cal- gary alone but for the whole of Al- berta. Speaking of Alberta perhaps a more ideal spot in this ideal prov- ince would be hard to find than the progressive town of Coleman. In New York, Boston, Toronto, COOL SPOT FOR HEATED JAGS Ohio, July O'Brien, councilman from the Sixth ward, former saloon keeper, .today in- troduced in the. city council an ordin- ance poviding for a place where a respectable man who gejs "soused" can sober up. The bill calls for a pay ward in the city -hospital, devoted exclusive- ly to the'use of inebriates. article, "that Mr. Bourassa intends to interfere in the Dominion election, his attention being centred alone in the provincial arena." MANITOBA'S SIZE V The addition to be made to Man- itoba as set forth in the resolution submitted .to. parliament last Wed- nesday, will give Manitoba an area practically identical with that of Sas- katchewan and Alberta. Manitoba at present comprises square miles. The added territory amounts to 479 square miles, which would give The country around here is getting thickly settled because it 'has so many advantages. As the country around here, peciaUy fb the east is so fast settling its a great surprise to everybody wny the townsite of Milk' River sta- tion is not opened-up yet. One hears this complaint from all sides. What people round here want is at least, two large general stores, a com- plete harness business, and by all means, a large Mrdware store and a large hotel, also a mill, blacksmith shop and wagon-maker, in fact almost any kind of a business would do well Montreal and. other places in the east the heat is prostrating men and women and children. Here the heat tempered by cool breezes during j day and night it i not far distant the lakes streams, to- say nothing of the mountains themselves afford spots .for arid pleasant retreats." A prettier spot in which to spend a few days or weeks would be hard to find. The bush. fire that was raging on The programme which iven m the hall in theiorenoon was wclll-atteuded. Aiter dinner a baseball played between and 4 4 4 The Olds Gazette grumbles because the Alberta Telephone system cuts off the exchange system trith news- papers in payment for advertising. What tho. government proposes to do is to make the newspapers for their phones and the telephone sys- tem will pay for its advertising. That looks I4kc business. W. J. Bryan vrill have the support of both his opponents, Judge Gray _ ami Governor Johnson. They congra i T tulated him upon his nomination nnr'i i promised to campaign ior him. Yes, cur new stock of staple Stationery be opened np today. You promised me that it would not remain stationary Pliny Peterson had bad luck in Lethbridge last Wednesday. While walking down stairs in a hotel he got his big toe out of joint and he is laid up from it. It has been very painful. Those from Bowville who attended the circus in Lethbridge were: Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Thompson, Sidney and Marjory. Thompson, Bennie Brandvold, Carl Peterson, J. F. Wil- liams, J. B. Lukens, B. W. White, Leon Burns, Charley Burns, 0. A. Twedt, Grace and Stella Swerdfigure, Charley Smith. Carl Peterson is hauling lumber from Claresholm for his mother's barn. Norman Greene has returned from Crest's ranch where he has been work- ing this summer. He is at home to stay. Mr. and Mrs. Moss and Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Mills, were in Calgary last to attend the fair. Floyd Tesky. Hugh Blue, Carl and Arthur Swerdfigure, were in Calgary the fourth. Rex Denison from Diamond City, is visiting with Clarence De Groff. John Olson and family and Thomas Sauby and family have left for the foothills for a two weeks' outing. I Halvor Hovdc is hauling lumber I from Claresholm for his new gran- I ary- I Ella Brandvolrl returned from Loth- bridge the 3rd to July to remain at home. Clifford Reynolds is out from Leth- ft 1 bridge visiting his brothers. 22 FUMOISS EQUESTRUHS UBirngAeriaiists 23 HEEBY GLOWHS Uthbridge of Uwfc "Lethbridge oi Owls, No. 169. will meets the first and third Wednesday of each month in K. of P. G. V. STORKBY, C. ROSS TATE, M. PRIEST, Junior Canadian Order oi Foreiirs -THC y ilESGTB IB. R. CARS jPEOPLE ,350 HORSES [MUSEUM Double Manager Real Scores of Trained Wild PJ ie V uii! Only Lody in EnTire who throws SOM.EK5AULTS on the Naked Bock of a SwifUy IftimniTig Horse. 10 Lcvaly Ladies of Form in Classic Pooes on a Great Revolving 11 Arabian Tumblers (10) 10 Rstklm Ridairsj JSiSBETLAND PONY BALLET Supreme 7 Rissian Cossacks! SUPERB! Viaiting Brethren J. F. ROGESS, BVl A.NEIDI6, LETHBRIDGE U C. B, P. O. t; Meets on the second Tuesday' os .onth at-8.15 p.m. A. SHARMAN, M- E, B. Secretary. ,ky :X YV .SEALS S SEA LIONS Ai Ii fig 20 fiOBPLETE ttFMESF. EQOHIMISTS' r Lady Japanesa Urtbts it Hiinca ENTREE :X V fi. SDK HE nCTHE HUNEI i ass H HORSES John Paulson is at borne. He has been working on Jacob Johnson's farm near Elinor. Ed Reynolds and John Koski have returned from their trip to Sweet Grass where they have taken land. They were very well pleased with the country there. The 1th of July celebration" was a ELEPHANTS" sV HIGHEST JUMPING LLUKHS AND! CAKE WALKING TRAINED 1MPDRTEO ABAB1AN %N ,v Lodge Pride-if So. 293. t in tio of PythiM first third Thnnwiaj in the cionth nt- 8 p.m. Visiting wri Fml T. Rofcimi, c. W. 57. HORSES Bnii STSEET PSRRBE SUIT Ho. WORTH-WEST ASSOCIATION OF STATIONARY ENGINEERS in the Labor Hall- ind and fourth in month. CK- gineers, and enjineew out o! employ- ment, would do well to communicate with OT. RORBRT SfKVTK; Chfel ;