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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 15, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta VtONllDAY, My BmUFnafec at W.H pUCMAIWt. rtttvoad worry to tttjr. No -one to t (be future ol tim city. It will very food care of itnelf. IJI tot bo4h AM) old addreu POLITICS Premier Butherford, ol Alberta, Lib- eral, is going to speud a few days in Toronto as -the -Premier Whit OUR POINT Of VIEW ewoU that mil far the beet that in in men-and roes are made in a moment. men sriio fcuad c-cnsia death !or aught they knew by joinf down into that hole to' nave their heroes. They riaked their to do their duty to httotuiity. Isn't it funny to Bobb RobUo and Jimmy Whitney crying beoauae Mamma Laurier didn't give each the biggest half of the Keewatin apple? THI G, U. JUteh family following letter written bjr the tate Miss Hatch, the evening prior to day upon -which she met STRAITBJEHRT has been used in thousands of familits for Diarr- hoea, Dysentery, Colic, Cramps, Sumtner Complaint, Cholera Morbua, Cholera Infaatum and all Bowel Complaints. Do not let the dishonest or unscrupu- lous dealer humbug you into accepting one of these cheap Bubetitetcs, to the detriment of your health and gain to bis 'pocket. Ask for Dm. JbwiXH's and insist on being suppfied with it See that the name Milbum Co., limited Toronto, Onfc., M on the wrapper. Pnce 35 Residence B; Marten 8. C. L. CONYftCAftf JONES tUmnteta, Office: Coajbtiare Block. Q. AOOISON B.v C. MOORE Director to Pnabyterian Phooe 101. fcrta Realty Co Alberta F. B. ARCHITECT WMtmy MAS. A. MACOOHALD ARCHITECT Southard Btock, Redpath Alta. TBRYAN TOO BIG FOR" JOB July greatest Bry- sh'onter at "this "convention was Alfalfa Bill Murray of Oklahoma right put down his grip. Two or tnree persons gathered to- gether in an attentive mood is sufiv cient. to get a Bryan, speech out of Bill. As he looks at it the Presidency is not quite big enough-for the Ne- braskan. "My said -Bill in one of his many speeches. "Wil- liam Jennings Bryavi, has won-over the czar and conquered.. the Sultan- The rulers of this" earth should now WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN T E M P E R A N C E U N I O N sleet in Methodirt Weaiey Chorch every third Friday- month at 3.30 p. m. .Visitors alwayi welcome. MRS. A. HUMPHRIES, Prea. MB8. CHA8. Bd-Q .Secretary. Lethbr idft Lodga (3f) A. F. 4tvA, M., Q. R. A. Regular meeting night, the' -third Thursday of each month in Masonic Hall, P. O. Block, at 8 p.m. yisiting brethren will always receive a hearty welcome. got together and make him prime A.C.ME88EK, minister of the civilized world." C1ROilS DAY AT LETHBRIDGE FHIDAY, JULY Yl A ministei accepted a call to a new J cepted an invitation to the garden party had it been extended to him. church in a town where many .of members bred horses and sometimes raced them. A few weeks later he was asked to invite the prayers of the congregation for Lucy Grey. Will- If a Conservative government had treated these provinces similarly the Conservative premiers would have LETHBRIDGE DROPS OUT OF LACROSSE LEAGUE GV.8TORKEY. r Secretary, P. 'O. Box'637 1st and Mondays Hall at 8 o'clock. MINKS IT I m I M. tail Spctanlir Street Pink it IU u. The need not do it any more. Conservative premiers "iVM asked the good man, witR an anxious rushed to the newspapers to tell about -IQ. the fine treatment m'eted out to them by their party. Whitney and Roblm are raising a fuss solely for the purpose of trying to injure Sir Wilfrid Laurier in On- tario and Manitoba hut the people of these provinces are not to be hood- winked. MEANS MUCH TO US It is to be hoped that the announce- ment recently made that the C. P. R. purposes placing under construction "is she "Oh, s{ the deacon, "she's won the steeple- chase." The bishop of London, at a dinner in Washington told a story as the cigars came en about orr3 oi his pre- decessors. "When Dr. Creighion yras Bishop of he said, "he rode in a train one day with a small meek curate. Dr. Creighton, an ardent lov- oi tobacco, took out his ci- gar case, and with a smile he said: 'You don't mind my smoking, I sup- your lordship being sick'.' Anxious Fnntiirap kllMM The meek, pale little curate bowed and answered humbly: 'Not right away the Ihui from Calgary to lordship doesn't mind my Lethbridge is correct. No section of country in Southern Alberta 5? more in need of railroad service. The population which has gone into the district north of Leth bridge in the past few years is re- niarkable and its is only a forerun- ner of the population which will rash into that fertile section as soon as railroad accommodation is furnished. The crops raised there already prove the wonderful richness of the soil. The growth has been wonderfully j rapid as indicated by the fact that! within twelve months almost a down have opened between and the Big Bow. It is not long ago that two hundred farm- ers at Bowville discuss the need of .1 railroad. The assembl- ing of twt> hundred farmers at a point j this citv cates the wondorfuJ development in what has hitherto been known solely as a ranching district. To Lethbridge the building of this road is of inestimable benefit. The bringing into life of a dozen or more towns betwc-t'Ti here Calgary will develop this city as a distributing t I POy O. county will look to-this city for its supplies. Some day soon C. P. "R. will also be eating for tenders for the constnic- liisn of their branch to Woyburn. That ijiu- wii evon grrawr for this city. It up a prac tieallj unknown country and create Championship Battle to be Between Medicine Hat and Calgary Calgary, July Sec. Trezis of the Alberta Amateur Lac; rosse" Association, has received a letter from the secretary of the Lethbridge lacrosse Club notifying him that their club had been compelled to withdraw from the association for the balance.! of the season on account of lack of players. The Calgary team were sche doled to play in that city tonight, but consequently will not have the pleas- ure of a contest with their old rivals of the south. This leaves the fight for the cham- pionship between Medicine Hat and Calgary, and Mr. Collison will suggest a rearrangement of the schedule, by which will be four more games between these teams, two to be play- ed in the Hat and two in Calgary. Lovers of lacrosse in Calgary will regret the inability of Lethbridge club to complete the season, as the team was an excellent one and had many friends and admirers in the city. Yes, onr new stock of staple Stationery will be opened up today. You promised me that it would not remain stationary v'j EDUESTEIAKS jAerialist! 23 CLBWNS Le DOUBLE LENGTH CARS PEOPLE 350 HORSES MUSEUM Double Menagerie Scores of Trained Wild Beasts mi brethren are cordially invited. S. DAVIES, W.P. 24-ly T. J. WHITE, W. S Nest of Owls Lethbridfe No. will mecta 'the first 'and third Wednesday of eachimonth in K. 6f P.'Hill. G. V. STORKEY, C. ROSS ,TATE, Prisideni. M. PRrEST. Junior Canto Ma forestes 10 Lovely Ladies of Form in Clai 11 Arabian Tumblers Oeletoratod IB licklm Rifcrs SHETUSD POSY BALLET Supreme Cossacks sunn fc.262 Meeta ib K; of P 'Hall but Thursday of month. .Yititing Brethren Welcome J. F ROGERS, C.IU A. NEIDIG, F.S. SI 0. B, P. O. E. on the stcond Tuesday ol eacfc month at 8.16 p.oi. E. A. 8HARMAN, M. PRIEST. E. K. IT IS PAST HISTORY the getting out of people's minds t idea that we in Canada cannot com-i pete in brewing beer with Americans or Europeans. Why, right in Leth- hridge there's a Leth- bridge Brewing Brewery, which turns out jnst as good beer as anyone would care to drink. Don't pay -cfr a for good for Alberta's Pride beer. LETSBRiDGE BREWING MALTING COMPANUtd Only 5n 'the Eftl're who throws SOIWBKSA.ULTS op the Hiked cf a Swifily Running Horse- RMU ninit h si SEALS i SEA 1NIHITE JlFMISt filCK SEISATWHAL EQWLIW Irtf trttts to tatrici 20 Aslmttiuiiinij HIGHEST JUMPING_HqRSES tDStrpKFMUlM klELS, LUlU tm MS CAKE WALKING mm IMPORTEI mm Lodge jrnde oi Bit HORSES STALUOKS kRfit in UM rerj first and thtnl m tfe 8 alwifcjt WaJter A W FmIT Bor o STREET OMIT MORTH-WEtT Of STATIONARY t NO 3 HE IRS Meet In ttw nnd and fourth in month. Employen requirinc oertifleaied en- gineen, and oat of inaptar- ment, wtmM do well to eonimmteate with ROBERT NEVIN, Gniel. W. A. 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