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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 16, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta u> a'party made up at. r tiamlof the type of McLean lor con- sideration of needn of Uiis great country that could sv allow up a hun- dred or more. Prince Edward islands and then not. bo overloaded. Convict Preston., nominated by the Socialist Labor party, for President of the United States is debarred from Work has begun' on tbe louse. Mr. Ben Pawsoii and Mr. Dunham attended the Calgary; fair.- Mrs. Suggiti and son Dale returned nome Tuesday from Lethbridge. Mr. nd, Chris. Neiboa- of being a candidate. vears. to serve yet. He has twenty Item ttooUu, MM month, deiiveroa yaw. by Mil aiz by Daily; HUM jaorithB, 7eekly year cbuuuwd aa often aired; bat both oev aad old be 110 i.if Jft I.M If Lord Roberts was co make a trip to Western Canada he would get a rousing welcome from the boys who fought under him in South Africa. THE EAST AND THE WEST Side Uchts NOTHING Westerner .in Toronto News.) Not'content with raising coal am Car of are rejoicing over tho alrof Neil- son'''will''be remembered as Miss Ma- bel Haley. Mr. W. H. Pawson -bought some pure brwl Shorthorn cattle at.tjie Do- minion" fair. They "were' prize win- ners'and brought a fancy price. They A Cokeiy. Mr. King and ismily from near Lcthbridgc church Sunday and took tea with Will Muir and fam ily. ALBION RI DOC The shippers or dealers are not the only ones who will benefit by is now going into the Georgian Bay canal. The cost pt j .gtoftU {ruit on a large shipment, like everything else, falls back on the farmer. Often tho farmer does not see this; just as small fruit on a large there that the West cannot produce? frequently, perhaps he sees it, but camrot.k-lp himself. The west- t-rn fanner is the one who will ben- efit.'.by' this Wit- ness (Independent.) Yes: "The western farmer is one who will benefit by this route but "the eastern farmer has the privilege of paying for it. It is like all these great Ont., Re- view The Review voices the sentiment of a large section of the Conservative littlement of the needs of the West and a selfish, narrow appeal to the Eastern farmer. It is as clear as daylight that the Review wants to lead the farmers to believe that the Liberal government at Ottawa is thinking to much of the needs of the West and adding to the taxes of the farmers in the East.' Talk of that kind is worihy only of "Little Can- adians." The Review man wants to take a trip to the West and see for himself this country and study its needs. He will find that the West in point of population is poorly, served with transportation facilities and that the building of the Grand Trunk Pacific railway, a part of the Liberal policy, is an absolute-neeessity> ii the! farmers are to find means to ship out their grain. Closer study oi transpor- tation facilities and rates, will con- vince him that the shortest water route possible is desirable from Fort William- to the sea. The round-about route from the head of Lake Superior to Montreal is too expensive and too slow as is the all rail route. It is the duty of the government to solve this problem, just as it was the duty oi the government to build the Trent Valley Canal to solve the transporta- tion problem in the Peterboro district. The Western fanner has his share to pay in the expense of that minor un dertaking of benefit" to a limited few, just as eastern farmers must bear a part of the cost of the Georgian Bay reported to over'in Geoigia. "Down in said John D. Fearlmke, "there's a deputy marshal who doesn't let any such trifles as extradition laws stop him. -Term of court was about to begin at one time, and a gentleman who was enjoying him- Deputy Jira went after hiim Next day he tele the judge: 'I have persuaded Siim to come.' A few days later he rode into town on. a mule, leading his prisoner tied up snugly with a clothes line. The prisoner looked as if, he had seen hard service. 'Why for hea ven's sake said the judge, 'you didn't make him all the waj from Georgia, did 'No sav Jim. '1 hoped the said the .way I drug him, and when we came to the TallapobsakRiver, he swum.'" THE ASCENDENCY OF BRYAN (Toronto Telegram.) .The ascendency of William Receiyed Today nings Bryan in the Democratic con- vention at Denver is even com plete.than the ascendency of iTheo- dore Roosevelt in the Republican .con vention at Chicago. Roosevelt's control "of the Repub lican party represents a 'triumph Jor July A who has been n poor health !or several months pas efi for his home in Grand Rapids, Michigan, last week. Mr. J. Shaak died last Sunday norning >and was buried at .Clares- holm Tuesday. 58 years old and leaves a family. Mr. AL Welsh was at Clareahpmi last week on business and also at Lethbridge. -Ralph and Joe. Heum were at Leth- uridge last Thursday. Ray Welsh speut last Friday in Lethbridge. The football team organised last week Mr. Ridley as captain. George Welsh and Mr. Rid- ley .took in the fair at Calgary last i IMr Jas. Quillam has moved. His, family cut on his homestead to make their future home. _. Mr. Al. Walsh and family visited D; T Currie and family, last Tuesday. Farmers have almost stopped plow- ing in this part, of the country.. Crops 'are looking very promising. Mr. Panot who has 'held: .regular servicest at Albion Ridge ,fpr. a year has been transferred and Mr. Carle- ton has come