Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 18, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta
AfUPlDAV, >ULY II, suit well as when you got H from' To do this it We promptly, aatiyfactmily called for delivered, MARft JOHNSTON 1ALMORAL HOTEL v' We'pteaBfi'ypu noiiiat'fcr how partienlaryon may be -Painting, House Etc. Stock ofPnper Hangings-at Residence WELLINGTON FAtfl LMTt' MU9T BE HAD (Brantford Expositor.) The Dominion Government has giv- en up its intention of having nitoba lists revised un- der Dominion auspices. The listfi, as recently prepared and audited under provincial will be accepted; and a board of judges will superin- tend the distribution of the voters into the various Dominion constit- uencies and the allocation of the same to their respective polling sub- divisions. The "Provincial lists of British Columbia, with which the Li- berals are fairly well satisfied, will also accepted, But in the six constituencies of Ontario, which are not yet'municipally organized, the government'will lists pres pared anew, under the committee of judges, who wiU" also revise them. The unorganized districts of Quebec will not be touched, however; us the number of people afTccted is not thought sufficient to justify the ex- pense that would be incurred in car- rying out the work. Whatever done in the way of preparation, re- vision ur allocation will done by judges or their appointees; so that the whole'of it, so far as the'Domin- ion government is concerned, will be done impartially and with no chance of partisan bias. The Dominion government, in this matter, has set an example, which, it is to" be the provincial ad- ministrations will follow; and then there will no longer be room for the j rejxjated insinuations of misconduct and of actual electoral misdemeanors which have disgraced Canada's poli- tical history since Confederation. The Dominion Elections Bill, in its other provisions, cuts at the root of mamr of the devices, which have been resorted to for the purpose of pre- venting the true will of the elector- ate being reflected in- the declaration of the-election; and a deputy return- ing officer will no longer be able to void a. ballot by writing upon it, Auction Sale of Stock p.m. Gibbon will conduct a sale of etc; as above, and invite.. .'further entries of stock for inclusion in this Gbbon 410 ItOUND STREET TELER'NXDNE Qei CMEER OF BRYAN NEVER SAW AUTO NOR RODE IN STREET CAR 4 i ftftd M M Convict Releaswi After Spending 27 Years irrJoliet Prisan Chicago, .July spending 27 of the- best years of liiV with the horixon of hisVworld limited to the stone walls of Jolict penitentiary, and his down by the routine of a convict's existence, John Gale, aged 49, but appearing to be 60, stepped into the world yester- day. He begafr'hi.s sentence when he wafa 22 years old. For more than a quarter of a ceil tury the developni'-nt of John Gale had been stayed, Jjut the hand of time had aot stopped. Today the friends drawn- to him because they have a common land of nativity are 19, born at Salem, 111., son of Judgfe Silas Lillard Bryan and Mariah Elizabeth (Jenriing at Jacksonville college, Illinois. the practice of Jacksonville. to Lincoln, Nebraska. Elected lo the fifty-second congress, and re-elected in 1892. the Democratic votos of the Nebraska legislature for United States senator. lS94Nominatcd in the Democratic state convention of Nebraska for United States senator, but was defeated in the legislature. editor of the Omaha World-Herald, and fillod the position for two years. from Nebraska to the Democratic national convention at Chicago, and made a speech which resulted in his nomination for president of the Unitc-d Stilts. Defeated for pivsidont by William McKinlfy, after a strenuous and bitterly fought campaign. for two years on biniL'tulism, and in opposition to trusts and imperialism. the Third Regiment of Nebraska volunteers for the war with Spain, and was its colonel. nominated by the Democratic parly for president in the Kansas City convention. Again defeated in the national election by William Me Kinky. The Commoner at Lincoln, Nebraska which IN? still eon- duets. the Nebraska de-legation to the Democratic national conven- tion at St. Louis, and took an active part as a speaker in tiio sub- sequent campaign.. with his family on a trip around the world. the meeting of the Interparliamentary union in and upon his return to New .York wos given a great public ovation in Madison Square Garden. actively upon his campaign for a third nomination for the presidency. Mr Bryan was married at Perry, Illinois, Oct. 1 1884, to Mary Elizabeth Baird, and they have three, children; Ruth, born in 1885; William J. jr., in 1887, and Grace D., born in 1891. for'7i place providing excellent h anting, combined witlv magnificent Bcenefy anil come to CROW'S and stay at the SUMMIT HOTEL Picture Framing I have a modern picture framing outfit and a stock of mouldings. W. Handford THE PHOTOGRAPHER lite t SPOKE AIR Wireless York', New York, July 'of- the longest towards pUciiif- exper- imental wiielfas tefepliuwy a mercial' made yesterday, f J r- when short were transmit- ted from buildinf HT' this "city ai dfs of "Av. Frederick Collins, the .iivtaicor of the new wire- effort wiif to in bjoCh directions. York messages were sent between three wires stewag norbotrtaHy from Colfins 54 Clfnton street, Newark; and a thin-alumifunn wire rumiihg' yerticaHy from the top- through error, stupidity or intent, a name, letter, figure, or other sign, which, may be interpreted as an iden tlucatlon mark. The whole spirit of the bill is a transparent attempt to secure purity in politics; and1, as such it will add greatly to the rep- utation of Sir Wilfrid Laurier and his government, being in itself acorn plete refutation of.the many slander- ous'suspicions of sinister motives, with which the introductions of the bill was heralded by its opponents. The compromise, which was come to over the Manitoba lists, was made in the light of a concession on 'tfie part'bf" the 'Roblfn 'go'v'erhnientT instead of confining revising judge to a short sitting of a few- the end of which he must close his court whether the business was closed or not, enabled him to adjourn -his court and sit' another day to conclude the bnsiness, which remained over from the previous sitt ing. This, Sir Wilfrid Laurier thought, placed the Literals of Mani- toba on a fairer footing with their opponents; and gave them a more rea sohable opportunity to rectify the partisan bias, which the lists had the hands of registra- tion'cterks, who, it should be remem befed; are the appointees of the Rob liir government and are- invariably Conservatives, ready to strain the trying te; find'Mvork which willvbe neither too hard for an old man's aody nor -too exacting for the child ish simplicity of a boy of years ago Life" iiT penitentiary lias dulled but not hardened Gale, and yesterday he showed the ea go rness of a ch only a few months when in, a fight '.at Kvanston he killed a- fellow laborer with a hatchet. A trolley car 'stopped in front of the penitentiary gate yesterday and the men clambered on. Even in the pen- itentiary wajls the prisoner had heard a move without the consciousness that somebody was watching him and that a guard's bullet would be Iris deserts if attempted to follow his inclina- tion. Gale dared, to look around car and sat more nearly erect. automobile swished past the open window and he jumped. That was a new sensation, and he apprehensively at his companion for the result, of the involuntary emotion. Then he looked relieved for he was no longer in whore a breach of discipline would evoke punish- He asked Mr. Huss if thai, was ah automobile, ol which he haJ seen pictures. He was assured thut t was and a faint smile of gratifica- tion lighted up his face. .the clatter of v but he .had never ridden.ipn one, arid his ideas less system, Declared himself dalight- ed with the experiments, -which will ba continued MoHay and .widened, in scope. i For the tesfcs of only one receiver ancU one: Jaranaraitcer used. The transmitter was at 'Newark and the receiver at the Singer build ingi At intervals: of a quarter, hour short messages were sent over the wire but; uakier the circumstances coufrf not ''be giveir. Attempts will be made shortly to develop the system by the use of kites flown at Congers, N. Y., where In- Tentor.- Collins; lives. Ifce IcHcs wil support a wire, Just as the Singer building tower supports one, and an of t6e tag staff on fte Singer to .an offic the twenty-fifth floor. the receiving instnr meat was [easily grounded through the of the-'.building- Ai the York end; many eiec-; trical shocks were received that weret "iered-to have come from-wireless leteffapny insinnnenla. In spite of iteae interferences the jmeasages' from Newark were distingmished. The transmitter and receiver are prac- tically the same as those used on the commercial Instruments, instead of the low current required in ordna- y'TiSeT aii" ihrtiaT 'Toltage of" "stepped up" to in order to pro- ject, the sound waves through space'." of what they from like came accounts onlv by smTcpti'dbius younger prisoners. But he showed no surprise. An ordinary man might, ask questions or attempt some but some- thing more startling is necassaty to evoke a flicker of emotion from a man who- has lived a convict's routine for 27 years. Ii was-not in. his life to ask but to go forward, un- seeing and unthinking, The car spi-n through and women ami children" were laugh- ing and talking.on the. streets, ob- livioas to the passing of the life con- vict. For 27 yt'Jirs he had never made OATS WITHOUT HUSKS A practical experiment of vital in. teres't to farmers, and, indeed, to the country has jnst readied a most successful conclusion on some of the Norfolk farms in the neigh- borhood of Sandringham. A second experiment, perhaps more vital still is and will be open to the fullest test when ripens. The first experiment in wheat; the second in pats: M. Vilmorin, most famous of all French has-recently found and produced a series of wheats of exceptional quality. These, after the most careful ingenious system of selection, have been in Norfolk..by Mr. Charles Masters, of East.Lynn, with surprising results. which has been in full ear for ten days or so. Whatever weather we get it will be ripe in six or seven weeks, a fortnight before English sown at the same time under similar conditions. The straw is wonderfully strong and the ear full. The experiments seem to have proved: First, the fact of this early matu- rity, which may mean the salvatior of a harvest. "Secondly, thai thi transference of a grain' from on country to another adds very largeh to its quality. Fanners in the north of France are repurchasing of those An- glicised French wheats for seed pur- poses. They have visited Norfolk and seen with delight the success of this latest "Sensation." Even on. lat? land the forwardness is astonishing. The kernel is very much larger than in popular "British wheats, the straw firmer and not too long, and the fact of the earlier maturity cannot bu doubted. The "Marvel" Franco, and the "Sensation" has wheat, also from predecessor of the another peculiar Fly Time is now here We can do your odd work in Screen Doors and Windows and' do it as.you want it. Screen Doors Screen Windows Once made to fit your win- dows or doors they are good for-years. CAR OF PLASTER OF PARIS Just Arrived WM. OLIVER'S PLANING MILL Office, Yards and Factory: Car, Mill mm Telephone 153 can be sown with HS good results in the spring as in the au- tumn. One piece of twelve acres sown as late as March absurd- ly late date to sow grow- ing well on Mr. Overman's farm at Kipton. He farms nearly acre in Norfolk, and firmly believt-s that the French wheats are going to do great things for the farmer. It is on his farm that the second experiment China. From this lie obtained forty eight stone, all of which after selec- tion was sown and is promising a good yield. Nothing like this oat has heen seen before. Excopt in shape, it resembles a wheat grain. It is en- tirely free from husk and weighs some 30 per cent.''more per bushel than or any other 'good oats Daily Mail. Overy is a large field 13 in progress. of wheat now heard j Two years ago Mr. ob- of in England for the first, tained 20 Ib. oi a huskless oat from DR. (i. -CRAGG Physician and Surgeon. Office overHiginbctham's Drug Store Phone Office 125." House. 94. Office to 11 a.m., to p'.ra., 7 to 8 p m taw in' favor of their friends and to narrow its scope when Liberals are in Swefa a-' statement as this last would be unjustifiable, under ordin- ary- circumstances; but' the proved Ceases of partisan bias.have beesi so frequent vn the last ten years that no impartial individual can- close his eyes to them; and, with the notor- ious fact of 450 Galicians having beeir rosfced onto the lists in Winni- peg wily last year, fresh in one's memory, it cannot DC regarded mgy in the most serious light. Sonnsthing had ..to; be'done, hower- er, to get, over the deadlock in par- liament. The Opposition, blind to 'everything'- but' party advantage, fe- solved to keep the public service money, in order to-force the government to accept the lists from the hands of the Roblin government; and, as the 'nfles desJgrKJd to- safe- Hollow Ground As Illustrated.. Set of Two is Leather Case- Double Concave for Extra Heavy Beards 3.00 Carbo Magnetic Strop THE RAZOR OF PERFECTION NO HONING-NO Strop Aide 25c NOTICE All'' acdcTifris Bowing' to the' firm of Nelson Fraser must be paid on or before July 21 to W. J. Nelson at their late store. Anything not settled by fuard Gf were cap- -that wfll be giren'- into the hands of" a solicitor. NELSON FRASER. NO MORE RAZOR TROUBLES -TRADE: MABK- NO NEW BLADES NO ANNUAL TAX le Uberta Railway and IrrigatiQS fe now-offering for sale the CHEAPEST ILOTS ON THE MARKET lits Nvtt ri tftiEiilftf ari Rest BffetnnterU FROM Also a few Acre Lots East of Westminster Road, each of: be ing used" to obstruct-to n-n indefinite extent, and the Opposition were using them .for that purpose, Sir Wilfrid Laurier saw' that such harm wculd come to the country if tfce 'deadlock were prolonged.1 He" re- solved, therefore, to take Premier Roblin's concession at Its face- and to 5compromise. The ink of the revision judged _is scarcely" dry; therefore, com- plete knowledge as to how the lists -stated is'jftot' yet available. The compromise gave the govern- meftt of Manitoba opportunity to repair by administration the vrror.gs alleged to have been done in istratlon. IT the registration jand re- vision which has now Ixjeri concluded lints, no further-ac- tion will no needed and the compro- mise made by the premier will have inrcri jusltitetl. Bui if trie rvsmt is j not a fnir list the word of Pre- mier has been given that means will hereafter takeri to secure prepara- tion of the Manitoba voters' lists ;for DsmJftion purposes on a like bas- is' to thnt-'w'Mch been provided THE RAZOR COMFORT Will Last a Lifetime. TERMS EASY One-third caah, one-third P raantlis. balance 12 months.