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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 15, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE WEEKLY HERALD Herald PRINTING CO., LTD. W. A. Buchanan, Managing Director and Editor. LAURIER WIN There is consternation among the Conservatives over "an ar- ticle which appeared recently in La Patrie, of Montreal, which has been considered the Bourassa organ and c-specially with Conservative leanings. The state of public opinion in Que- SUBSCRIPTION In Advance Otheriwse ADVERTISING Per Month per the article in question. a year leader is devoted to a a year} eulogy of Sir Wiiirid Laurier, cleclar- ----------------I ing that there will be but one voice to j declare his patriotism his quali- i nch r'es as a statesman and thai will be the voice of the whole people. La Patrie says that, although the Prime Minister a very well man, it is more than probable that, the nest parliament will see his retirement. "The crowning of his career of Prime Minister depends of course, upon the verdict of the electorate at the corning says La Pat- it is gratifying to realize that conoi-irie. "But we are convinced that Sir tions at the present tune are so sat-1 Wilfrid Laurier can await that vcr- isfactory. It is easy enough to say diet with confidence because4 the peo- that all grains are growing well, and I pie, conscious of the general support Claresholm Claresholm, July fail THE CROP SITUATION The crop situation has come to be a factor of great importance to the people of the Lethbridge district, and which they have given him during the past- twelve years, will still remain that the outlook is most promising. But there is more to be said. On the farms around this city winter faithful in this, the most solemn oc- wheat is maturing today at a rate casion in his life." which will involve the necessity oi La Patrie says that the election of bringing on the binders in less than Henry Bourassa gave certain people a month. Spring wheat is develop-; to understand that the triumph of ing the shot blade and will be headed j the nationalist leader was an indica- out before, the end of this month. It tion that Laurier's prestige was on will also be ready for the harvest I the wane, but that paper does not ac- not later than the middle of August, cept this theory, as Mr. Bourassa Oats, rye and barley are fulfilling i stated in his speeches, that he had no their part in the agricultural scheme j quarrel wicli Sir Wiiirid Laurier. j and there is every indication of large: "We do not believe." concludes the Alter suffering- eight years, this woman was restored to Health by Lydia PinkhanTs Vegetable Compound. Read her letter. Mrs. A. D. Trudeau, Arnprior, Ontario, writes to Mrs. Pinkham: "I suffered terribly from olcera- tion of the feminine organs for eight years. I tried four doctors but got no relief, and thought I would have to die. One day I saw an advertisement of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- pound in the paper. I sent for some, and before I bad uaed five bottles I was entirely cured. I hope every suf- fering woman will take my advice and use Lydia EL Pinkham's Vegetable Compound." FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN. For thirty years Lydia E. Pink- yields. The first crop of alfalfa has been article, "that Mr. Bourassa intends to interfere in the Dominion election, cut, and haying is in progress on j his attention being centred alone in some of the farms. The returns from j the provincial arena." i these has largely been satisiactory, and more will be heard about them before the end of the season. Fruits axe ripening fast under the influence ot the warm sunny days, and will MANITOBA'S SIZE relay racv which lasted for three d kepi matters quiet here for a little of late and large numbers visited the Fair from here. The Stewart ranch had xome in the horse classes and won a prize or two. In the sport- ing event Laudoff was second in the 5-8 dash to Beaver Dam Lad and was also third in the Alberta Derby to the same horse, but on this oc- casion he was palpably not himself for some mysterious reason. Ranch Kinr was very unlucky in .the Gen- tlemen's Purse, being left at the post a loag way and then finished third in a field of eleven. This liorse is un- fortunately a very slow starter. The Stewart ranch nominated Ranch King and Star for the Inter-Western relay race which lasted or three days as they made the best total time they were awarded first prize. Some dissatisaction is expressed locally about the management of the local exhibit at the Fair. Of course, it was not realized that the exhibits were to be judged and arranged in order of merit and it was perhaps a mistake that was done because it might happen that a little town for want of funds would be unable to ive an exhibit like a city. As re- sults went it was. a little town and j the next town tc Claresholm that came out honour to Granum Claresholm can derive satisfac- tion from this fact. The addition to be made to Man- itoba as set forth in the resolution bring large profits to those who have j submitted to parliament last Wed- been wise enough to" undertake their i nesday, will give Manitoba an area cultivation. Garden produce of the i practically identical with that of Sas- comrnoner sort is abundant, and is katchewan and Alberta. Manitoba at being taken off in good condition. The', interval between now and har- present comprises square miles. The added territory amounts to vest time will determine whether the 479 square miles, which would give yield of grain is to be large or small, j the enlarged province square from roots and herbs, has been the standard remedy for female ills, andhas positively cured thousands of women who have been troubled with ulcera- tion, fibroid tumors, irregularities, periodic pains, backache, that bear- ing-down feeling, flatulency, indiges- or nervous prostration. Why don't you try it Don't hesitate to Tvrite to Mrs. Pinkham if you need ad rice about i your sickness. She trill treat your j side speak favorably of the crop pros- letter in confidence and advise you free. Because of her vast experience she has helped thou- sands. Address, JLynn, Mass. Milk River Milk River, July seems our rainy season is over. It is get- ting quite dry and hot weather now. People round here would like to see more business houses opening up at Milk River. The country around here is getting thickly settled because it has so many advantages. As the country around here, es- pecially to the east is so fast settling up, its a great surprise to everybody why the townsite of Milk River sta- tion is not opened up yet. One hears this complaint from all sides. iiUt people rouiiu. Gers "want is at least two large general stores, a com- plete harness business, and by all means, a large hardware store and a large hotel, also a mill, blacksmith shop and wagon-maker, in fact almost any kind of a business would do well here. If Milk River townsite should be opened up and only half as much ad- vertised as some neighboring towns it would become one the best towns between Great Falls and Lethbridge. Why? Because the country around nere has an excellent soil, with few exceptions, free from stones, plenty of water, the large irrigation ditches adjoin the townsite, it has the swift running stream of Milk River. The town lies'in a beautiful valley and it s neat The biLr mines of the ,-ry oest quality of coal, and it is settling THE STORE OF, QUALITY Still the Clares- up ver-v fast' Ever-v one admits thafc could have been ten Milk River before-long will be one of holm exhibit times better than it was oi that there is no doubt. Reports from all over the country- but there is nothing as yet to glve cause for concern. The progress of the city and district insofar as it de- miles. The relative figures of the three provinces will then be: Alberta prosperity seems to be already sured. pends upon this season's agricultural. Saskatehewan Manitoba 252..211 All three provinces have their nor- thern boundaries marked by the 60th parallel of latitude. The request of Saskatchewan to have its east bound ary extended to the Bay was refused as defined in the resolution, and the northern boundary of Ontario aggre- DO NOT FORGET THESE THINGS Do not forget that the Liberal Gov- ernment is building through the West a powerful competing railway. The National Transcontinental which will force down railway establish competition- rates, and Agates about square miles. This territory, which lies directly north oi Do not forget that the Liberal pol- icy opens up vast areas of new coun- try, agricultural, mineral and forest lands. That it greatly increases- the transportation facilities of the coun- try, that the money for the- building of it goes directly into the hands of the people and its completion will add to the general prosperity of the country. Do not forget that the Liberal Gov- ernment has brought telegraph and telephone lines under the jurisdiction of the Eailway Commission, which en- Ontario is to be added to that pro- vince, The new territory will give Manito- ba a frontage of 400 miles on Hud- son Bay, with two Church ill, at the mouth of the Churchill ri- ver and Fort Nelson, at the mouth of the Nelson River. With an area of 250.000 square miles and a wide frontage upon the sea Ma- nitoba can no longer make a griev- ance of its size, points Out the Winni- peg Free Tress, the phroses about the stamp upon the Dominion pect and especially of the district east of us. Notwithstanding the re- cent rains the soil makes dry plough- ing now which shows that the coun- try did not have too much rain after all. Unless something unforseen hap- pens, bumper crops should be the order Of the day. The creeks are still full and many fords are yet dangerous. No local celebrations to speak of Good luck to the- plucky Cardston wwe held hepe Qn Dominion Day but band boys at Winnipeg. They are fche Sunday gchool3 had picnic to Clear Lake 12 miles from here. Mrs. Wm. Moffat, Mrs. Tillotson and Mrs. R. E. Moffat have left for a holiday in Winnipeg, D. Van Horn has for sale at his OUR POINT OF VIEW Ten thousand dollars ought to build a pretty good armory for the artillery. the best towns along the Great Falls and Alberta Eailway. Fred Lefflngwell ,is building a fine residence on his homestead east of here on Range 15. Actual settlers are starting in there from all sides. Miss Lizzie Tonifohr arrived from Seattle, Wash., to visit brothers Hen- ry and George and her sister Annie Tomfohr. The Michaelis brothers, Aug. Mich- aelis, Henry, George and Anny Tom- fohr, John Bishop, and several others We beg to announce to the farmers of the Lethbridge district that we have purchased the Grocery Busi- ness of Nelson Fraser. Our aim shall be to always have on hand a complete, fresh and up-to-date line of Groceries, Fruit, Vegetables, etc. We will pay the highest price for Farm Produce. We always leave a satisfied customer. G. BRADBEER CO. SUCCESSORS TO NELSON PHASER PHONE 21 LETHBKIDaE good jiiiusicians and deserve the prize- Does the city weed inspector know where Fisher St. is? There is a beau- tiful patch of Canadian thistles on the lane just east of that As you value your own honor, don't blame your weakness for the circus on the kids. Be honest, abandon the chestnut and go because you want to. sures a square deal for all the peo- and Cinderella among barn 20 fine horses which he has just brought in from Montana. Mr. and Mrs. George Simpson left for a visit to Ontario. The Norris and Eowe circus visit us on the 18th. inst. and if ,the. adver- tising is commensurate with the siz of the show it should be somethin great. The ex-old-timer returning to the j The District Court sat here o city this winter will be at a greater i Wednesday of this -week but ther were visiunj dav. at J. A. Ellert's last Sun- Bowville loss than ever to know, the place. What with graded streets, miles of new blocks, cement walks, a dozen a new fire hall and a the old town will be hardly recognizable. The law written or unwritten, fo bidding the president of the Unite States to leave their own countr while in office will go hard wit either TatL or Bryan. The forme cannot take his holidays at Murra the must be retired now j g2y and. the latter will have to for were but few cases. The only one o general interest was an appeal frorr a decision of Magistrate Camies on conduct charge agains not forget that provision has been made for the funds which will build a railway from Le Pas to Fort GburcMl! on Hudson Bay. Do no? forget that the Liberal Gov- ernment has taken the civil service out oi politics, and advancement in same will go by competitive examina- tion and not political pull. Do not forget .that the Liberal gov- ernment designed a low tariff which i produced a large revenue and made it possible to build great public works without any large increase in the public debt. that Manitoba becomes perhaps the fourth largest among the nine pro- vinces The new Province will be twice ss Unit- T.han ed Kingdom; it will be as large as the State of Texas, the largest of th'e Am- erican Union; larger than France, Sweden or Spain; more than twice the size of Italy; larger than Chile. NUMBER THE STREETS The proposal made at sundry times and discussed on several occasions by the Council to have the streets go his dinner parties and sleig drives in Toronto. Too bad. Hush, for fear the Tories sa it is a bribe, but really the govern ments of Alberta and the Dominio: are not so bad to Lethbridge. A cour house, a jail, an armory and ex tensive to the Dominion builc ing show that this city is not over looked. Let us have a postoffic next. Do not forget the grafting which! numbered systematically is evident- went on under the former Conserva- tive government and the millions of dollars the people had to pay in con- sequence. Do not forget the report of the Roy- al Commissioners on Insurance which gave to the world the adopt- ed by Geo. E. Foster to evade the law when dealing with trust funds. THE SOCIAL REALM ly in great favor by the citizen body, j Scores of citizens have, during the j last day or two, spoken to the Herald in favor of the scheme and are anx- ious to see the matter put through Mrs. Burnett gave quite a largi before the new sidewalks are laid tea on Friday afternoon of last week so that the numbers can be marked in honor of her daughter, Mrs. Ham- in the walks. The experience in Cal- rnond, of Nelson. Mrs. Burnett re- gary and other places, stamps it in' ceived in a black and white gown anc Do not forget that several of those their opinion as the modern Mrs. Hammond in a pretty cream Conservatives who were in the nest! method. Occasionally there is a citi- voile dross with touches of blnck nnd of traitors expect to go into the cab- inet should the Conservatives win at the next election. Do not forget that the Conservatives were compelled to borrow money to pay the ordinary expenses of the country. Do not forget that a return to zen who refers to London and Paris, Dainty refreshments were scrv Toronto and other older cities in sup- ed from an artistically arranged tab- port of tlie retention of the names. decorated with, pink roses, pink These people forget, however, that in tuiic and lilies of the valley. Mrs. these cities the streets are built up Xcale and Mrs. McNicol dispensed and the names are easily remembered tea. Mrs. Xeale in mauve and white and fwn. But- in such places as with pretty hat to match. Mrs. Mc- Lethbridge is and will be for scores Xicol, in pink mull over silk with. er of the Conservative party means of years it is a different matter. Here pink rose trimmed hat and the dainty a return to the days of high protec-1 it is impossible for anyone who has dressed assistants were Miss Cotter, tive tariff and heavy taxation, stagna-j not made a study of it to know the cream voile trimmed with lace and tion of business and hard times. names of the streets and for the Do not forget that a Conservative! strangers it, is a puzzle. The average government in Canada means an i citizen knows the name of half a doz- end to the prosperity enjoyed under a Liberal administration. The time has come for the people en streeis and no more. As has been satin bands and hat trimmed with crimson rosos. Miss iTenzies in white with touchos of pink and rose pink hat. Miss Rogers in pink with toil- pointed out before, there are enough ches of black and rose trimmed hat. short streets to preserve the names of i to reflect up.on Canadian political persons who have been so closely i Friday afternoon of last week also history and look at the respective records of the men who govern Can- ada now and the men who governed once and desire office again. Men who make serious accusations against the present administration and have been found guilty of the same offences are not fit to hold office. These identified with the city as to Reserve claimed Mrs. MeLood as hostess of a the preservation of their names. Fur- tea given in honor of her guests Miss ther than that, sentiment is foolish- Jtaclcod (Pineher and Mrs. ness. Numbering the streets is the only businesslike way to identify j them and the Council can feel assured "d Miss Robinson of Toronto. Mrs. McXicoll gave a charming ]it- c luncheon for a few of her friends charges were proved agwi.nst- the Con-' thocl at once, servatives, they have only been al- leged and not proved as against the Liberals, No member of the Conser- vative party has ever mustered up sufficient courage to make a definite charge against any member of the Liberal government and the policy of the government has never been of the support oi the great majority on Saturday of last week. The table of ,the citizens if they adopt the me- wos most artistically decorated with even seriously criticised. The pie know this and are satisfied. peo- lots tind ferns. Calgary did not have an agricultur Mrs- entertained informally al exhibit at the exhibition but that' at thc tca hour on Thursday after- fact docs not trouble the Calgary noon in honor of -VIrs- Matthews of Herald. That paper appropriates all tho country from Calgary south to! the boundary as the Calgary district Mrs. Wilson and Mrs. Arnold both and proceeds to tell the world .of the entertained at dinner last week in wonderful resources of the "Calgary honor of Mrs. Chivcrs before leaving district." for an extended visit to the Coast. a .disorderly a man called Mushvelt in which Co lin Macleod of Macleod, appeared fo the appellant and W. Campbell fo the Crown. After arguments hay the president Get my "Book No. 4 For Women." will givy weak women many vai- able suggestions of with trictly confidential medical advice entirely free. Simply write Dr. hoop, Racine, Wis. The Book No. tells all about Dr.Snoop's Night Cure nd how these soothing, healing, an- septic suppositories can be succes- ully applied to correct these weak- esses. Write for the book. The fight Cure is sold by J. J Johnson. 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 Bowvi-lle who attended the circus in Lethbridge were: Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Thompson, Sidney 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 week 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. Halvor Hovde is hauling lumber from Claresholm for his new gran- ary. Ella Brandvold returned from Leth- bridge the 3rd to July to remain at home. Clifford Reynolds is out from Leth- bridge visiting his brothers. John Paulson is again at home. He has been working on Jacob Johnson's farm near Elinor. Ed Reynolds and John Koski have returned from their trip to Sweet rass they have taken land. They were very well pleased with the ountry there. The 4th of July Celebration was a grand success. The programme which was given in the hall in the forenoon vas well attended. After dinner a Baseball game was played between Elinor and "Bowxrille, which ended 7 o 8 in favor of Elinor. The game vas very interesting as it was very and a good game was played by ooth sides. C. Peterson and L. Burns oth of Bowville, made home runs n the beginning of the game. After the ball game" there was a good bucking contest by J. Dart f Elinor, and horse races, one of vhich was a ladies' race, foot races, oxing matches, wrestling matches, A very amusing scene was when Vrmel Williams threw W. Averill, of Claresholm, twice with the side hold The evening was very pleasantly spent in dancing. Refreshments were served on the grounds during the day and evening. There were about six hundred people on the grounds House Furnishing That's our business and our efforts are directed solely along that line. In furnishing a house from this store we take all the responsibility and care from your shoulders and satisfy you completely, Will land House Furnish- ings at your door more economically than from any source in Oanada. bee how far your cash will go here. Turpin Furniture Co. WINNIPEG MARKETS Wheat- open Close 105 10514 October December 871-4 May 92 Juiv 3334 v 383-4 391-2 3953 35 No. 3 White Oats- July 35 36 1-2 36 3 4 August............ Flax- July Winnipeg Cash Prices, Close Wheat- No. 1 Hard No. 1 Northern 118 No. 2 Northern- 105 No. 4 Northern jQ2 No. 5 Northern 95 No. 6 Feed 1 Feed 2 Oats- No. 2 White 381-2 36 7-8 46 84 681-4 5078 No. 3 Rejected 34 7. WOODSTOCK JAIL GOVERNOR Woodstock, Ont.. July Wilson, ex-Mayor, has been appoint- ed governor of the jail. A sitting of the PORK COMMIS- SION will be held in LETHBRIDGE THURSDAY, JULY 23 at 9.30 a.m. in OLIVER HALL Any person having evidence to give upon the conditions surrounding the marketing and handling of pork and pork products in the province, and the advisability or otherwise of Gov- ernmental establishment of or assist- ance to a plant or plants, and with reference to the cost, capacity, plan of management and scope of op-' firation thereof, or the bsst means of securing for the hog raiser a fair price for his products is respectfully re- quested to attend. _ E. TROWBRIDGE, Secretary. SUDDEN DEATHS Life is uncertain and sudden deaths frequently occur. Make your will and appoint this Company as your Executor and you will have an experienced executor as well as security 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. Advisory Board for Alberta D. W. Marsh, Esq., William Pearce, Esq., P. Turner Bone, Esq. ?U. .First Street, West, Calgary. A. G. ROSS, Manager. JL AJD.Li.lJ5mil; during the clay. Monarch, Between Here and Macleod, Bought by a Druggist Claresholme, Alberta, July The townsite of Monarch east of here between Macleod and Lethbridge which will be situated on the new railway from Calgary to Lethbridge, has been sold by the C. P. R. .through C. S. Noble of this town to D. M. Ross, late druggist here. The price was Merchants Bank of Canada HEAD OFFICE, MONTREAL Paid-up Reserve and Undivided Profits.............. BOARD OF DIRECTORS Sir fl.. Montagu Allan President Jonathan Hodgson, Esq. Vice-President C. R. Hosmer, Esq., Thos. Long, Esq., C, F. Smith, Esq., Hugh A. Allan, Esq., C. XL. Esq., Alex. Barnet, Esq., F. Orr Lewis. Esq. E. F. Hebden General Manager The Bank has 119 branches and agencies distributed throughout Canada. IN ew York Agency, 68 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. Money'Orders and Letters of Credit, payable in any part of the world, at current rates I LETHBBIDGE BRANCH E. W. McMULLEN, Manager ;