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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 21, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta at m NO J r- j-pv tfce job already cinched and BO didate in IJew, alsc platuiK filing position. But alter the elections Horn- frank Oliver' wjt Interior aa he i, BOW and Medicine llut, Calgary, and Bed Deer from Dreamland. OFPOUCE Daily, aM Daiiy 141 Herald, odi few M aa uftea de aind; Mb MV and old be Xivcn. Dave Elton is leaving journalism but only too laacmating and MM fri Wirf it tk Street Lie CREDIT TO LIBERALISM The Caaadiaa -Courier a thoroughly independent weekly, ift a recent issue, devoted soaae attention to Canada's development since the aggressive LibWal policy of imnoigratioii was in augurated after Sir Wilfrid Laurier batow, it and. city Car of Five ses came to does not pariy in; power; Th6 Courier mention the Liberal its article other to commend as the leaders in this immigration: movement' HbnJ Clifford Sifton and Hon. Frank Oliver, the .-two able men wtorhave directed ihia branch of the government since 1896; As party took over the reins; of government in the Courier, points out that for iHev'calendar year ending June 30th-: 1897; the total number of im- migrants'- to -Canada was by June 1909, another figure was added to the sum; which became in June of 1908 the first figure of the suia was doubled and the aggregate became Thus in eleven years ihe' increase of total immigration to Canada, from to which is an expansion oi'more than twelve hundred per cent, or more than one hundred-per year. This of. course includes every na- tionality admitted. Separate figures for the British people arrivals are equally instructive. In 1397 total o: British immigration reached in June 1903, tlie number lor tKe fisc al year reached again in June the aggregate for twelve months had jumped to which was an increase of more than and more :tliani a hundred. per cent, over 1906- 1907, arid a total increase of nearly eleven hundred for the per- or nearly doubling the original '96-'97 aggregate each year. As to -proportionate arrivals of English. Irish and the fig- ures-show thai the Scotch'have con- mulitply faster than either of the other .tvro; although the large Aggregate is held by .the English. For-instance j.s> English: num- bcru-d Scotch Irish' 993. By 1903-04 the proportional arrivals were and 2236 whereas for June 1906 totals for the year ran: English an increase for the period of nearly one thousand per cent.; Scotch 22.223, increasing about fifteen hundred per cent.; Irish left it only to return-in. a month or a year. Elton, will find law a a very slow occupation compared with the activities of lu Toronto is a discussion as to whether Bob Fleming, of. the street .the Orange Ordcv rugs that ;city.v The "Protefttaut Boys" will win out 'it a oeusui is taken of the city hall officials. Near- ly every other man in Toronto's em- ploy is an Oraugenuuiv r Mr. Ayleaworth's deafness has one good feature. He does not put up with listening to the tiresome tirades of George Eulos Foster, the frenzied financier, of the Conservative assembled in the city hull last night to transact the business for the uau- aicipality. All the members .were 'present except Aids. Watson and Mad betfc. In site of the large amount of business was chiefly covering electric plant.. STREET >TUitBEHlNO When tho ujmutes were, read, ._A_ld. Hutton uKjwired council finally the streets.. He. thought led streets uvimtiered. Aid. H B Ames, M. P. for St. Antoine division, Montreal, is described ai a high'tyiMr. of public man. Maybe so, but he is a Tory. r'ght or wrong, is always against the .Qrits, aud avanues and Cuunioxham right or sion of W it bound politician; Side 'STOP to; Paw Northerner.) Some people, as soon as they ob- serve anything in the columns of the paper that does not exactly mi their approval, immediately i proceed to ruin the publisher by sending the above quoted .message my pa is said "once upon a time Horace GrWieyonet an irate subscriber on'the street who said to him, "I have stopped tbe Tribune Mr. Greeley. Oh! I said the i. E., "I have stopped; my supscrip tion to the Tribniie, ordered It dis "Well, my .-re- lied Mr. Greeley, "My advice is.tha go home and stick your' finge n a bucket of water and withdraw it, just look for Received Today i'na He Batie] Cs. Itt norasiONAL CAIDS to draw (act thiil I lUted a lirge amount of property in nil of the city. Any -sdshLng to a resides industrial site, or to spec- ulate in city'property will do veil to see me as' exceptionally good on my f I by teiftg JumUiir tx ittinf etuditkma in teal ettaW .and values, and by courtesy and Uir oats to win your confidence and pWt and establish a reputation that roe business, 'Yours respectfully, 185-2 L. S. RIPLEY. Fir lib NOTICE if anyone knew where Idiugton Ave. was. The Hay- or aud Aid. Ives ventured that it was in North Ward. -There the mat- ter rested for the time. A number of licenses were applied for and gran tod. COMMISSION WILL SETTLJB IT The City Solicitor wrote regarding he request of the :C. P. or; leave to change their spur rack on Sniith that the had better leave it for the lailway Commission which, will he sere in September. Tne Electric Company gave the Council a list of the street be- rig operated by the company. The ist was given the-Gity Engineer for bis use in preparing a map of tho ighting of the city. WANT WATER SERVICE. _._ C. F. Harris appearing for Jas. Reg. Barclay and B: Dmi- can Harrison urged that council con- sider application for t pipe on It is o'nly: 320 GET YOUR I SHOES AT GERMAN'S J feet and would give connections. Aid. Adams pointed out that unless 'put- all-around the block there would be "ai dead-end. ta thing to be avoided if possible. The J. .T. Johnstbne Dairy Produce "Co..... Hoirsrd Co. J. H. O'Bp-Hly-........ J. J. Jbhnstonc Turpin Furniture Co. 1 Section of fe-ood farm land of fenpii and irame house 20 x 24, frame stud stable 14x50, 50 acres in oats, 1-3 of crop going- to ;buyer, a good well of water at the house, also 1-2 Section of raw prairiei New railroad survey" through both, and 12 miles from railroad, now, with good roads, and same at a snap price. Don't buy of anyone else till you see this and save real estate man's commission. Address N. H. MURRAY Ranch art brtktt Its. TERMS OR, W. GALERAITH McOiM, Phyilcian, Accauchar OAee 914 St. 'Phone IS U aim., 8-3 7-8 p.m. MADAM NORMAN Wanlat.) ot puiaolarte, organ, aad itt produetioo, Viaiti or rtceiven pupila, prepara- or adraaoad.. Coaching fog exmras. CraMi Tte C. I. lona kpq ALVIN RIPLEY ACCOUHTIHQ, AUOiTiSG, COL- LECTIONS and RENTALS Firt, and Accidant Insurance Room 6 Whitney Block HAMILTON YOU HO Eng'tMara Mid ftaam Box 496, or Brown Poultry Near Fair 5.35 4.72 -75 5.00 1.75 1.05 Leth. Saddlery Co............. 10.15 Nelson A "Fraser Northern Electric Co. Hayr Bros- 2.25 174.00 WHIRLWIND TOUR FOR DEBS Berg- er, of the national executive commit tee of the Socialist party today an nounced that the commutes has de cided to send out Debs in a" specia train for a whirlwind tour of the country. MTU 1.80 -CisJ Mavor said that ft .wo'uldjbe referred Bentley JET. Co. 1-30 Quong. Sang t Co. 9.05 Hyde and Sounders BRADSTDEET'S REPORT York-, July ]state of trade tomorrow will say: In .iiui- trade- returns- in- multiplying aboue seven hundrec percent. The next most and-by far the most numerous, is the ;inflirx from the-United was no American invasion, for the total arrivals Jrom across the bor der were only By June, 1903 the number, for that, blue book yea had swelled to an increase o a little more than two thousand pe cent, over the period of 139697. Up June 190S, the number of -United States arrivals in the western land of promise and performance made the record aggregate of which "is an increase for the whole period of nearly three thousand per cent. The Corier's entire article is a eu- logy of the Liberal policy, though that paper did not-intend it for that pur- pose. But figures talk and all the Courier needed to do to shatter the Conservative case was to bave BRYAN'is1 A JESTING MOOD Lincoln, Neb.) Dispatch to the Ne York World.) At a jesting reference to his status as a personal candidate Mr.' Bryan aiigbed heartily. "That reminds said he, "that in 1904; when I was not a candidate, an. old lady stopped me in the street to ask, 'say, Bryan, who is running against you this Before the laugh subsided Mr. Bry- an had star ted another, story on him self. "I am credibly said he "that a good Democrat hereabouts, when asked few days ago about his vote, said: 'I'm going -to for Taft.' "Whats asked the surprised queRtinnnr. 'Sure was the answer. 'You see, I can vote for Bryan any time.' When the .bulletin told of delays in to the engineer and the best possible The promises given .last be any promises are, given. Aid. Cunningham said that he had over North Ward and found that a large portion of it was with- ,vOUt. fire protect ion: and that the- wa- ter mains should extended: W. Williams appeared the council ;-ask5hgvf6r'ia his-application-' for water service. The'joining of :two deaU: ends ..would make a circuit and 'serte ses. The council told -Mr_ that his application had alreadjt been considnred and would be attend- ed to now that the pipe had arriv- v< A man named Hales, from Bran- don, applied for .position as electn He will be informed that his. application is filed as their j is no .position ;yacant at the present time. BUILDING-ON STREETS Engineer Arnold made the" Council aware that A. SouthanTs brick sta- ble is one foot two inches on DufTer- in St. ono foot seven inches'on Bonnell Furhian f.50 1.30 8.50 the convention, impatient. the candidate grew nitrous old-Quaker who start ed home from the harvest field with a load of hay. It was going to rain and the -Quaker was. in a hurry, off fell the load and our friend pitchfor- ked it back again without a word. Down it went again, and he again reloaded withuot a murmur. "Just as he reached the bam door the storm broke, the hind wheel struck a rock and-over went the wa- eon. His wife watched the spill lishod the rd'cord of immigxation under twelve years of Conservative rule. When all is said and done the his lory of the 'West, when written by an impartial historian, will lay at the feet of Oliver and Sifton and Laurier the tribute for the development of this country, Sifton first, and Oliver next, supported by the broad minded clean visaged, optimistic Laurier re alized the possibilities of this coun try and they wont to work to let the entire world know. The people came as the Courier shows, from East and West and South to inspect the land. They saw it was just as advertised and they brought their families, their; stock and their implements and oc I cupied the land, adding to our wealth j and our population. j When the electors of the cast j their ballots at the next gcwral j election thry must kerp those facts! in mind. Canada, dicate that the position of retailers continues to improve and -vthat stocks are being .reduced. '.Collect- ions hi some sections show improve- betterment is %ot lodkedSfor until crops are mar- teted. Business failurc-s for the week ending July 1G number 29, which compares with 39 lost week and 26 this week of 1907. We La re a number o! lots sale at Each This is equivalent to for a 25 ft. Two gdod" lots near Courtland and West- nunster with 2 room shack for Skeith Tilley PhMel97 WtiteyBUck O.C.L., B, Morton B. C. L CONYBEAHE It BcrriBtew, Eto. Office: Couybeare Block: LtthbrMft, W. C. RIMMONt Advocate, BarrkUr. EU. Office: Suutbard Block. R. O, ADD SMCCMMT To f 0.6. MOORE DirtcUr and Embakmr to PrevbyterUu Ofturdi Office Phoce 108. RetideiMe F. a. ROLFSOM ARCHITECT I WhKfMy Block. _n u ICE CREAM Fitt oifMktAtfaj BUDD" REED Successor to G. W. H. Keecl Phona 211 A. U. Roy PW50 P.O. 82 tho lane. He advised that Mr. Bou- thard bo asked to make his stable "Aly he said, "rcmimls me of conform to the DufTerin St. line and from her window and hurried to help him. "Go back, he shouted. 'I'm about to express my feelings.' "That's my fix." OUR POINT OF VIEW Turn the hose on the square. TThat about acquiring the lake in j the North Wnrd for a park property? Now is the time to" act. lion. Gco. E. Foster made nn at- tack on Hon. A. B. Aylesworth on account of hia deafness. It would be a pood thing for the Conservative party if Foster wns dumb. His un- controllable tongue does them a heap j of damage. i T In Medicine Hat the Tories are tell In other words, be in time for your Eye Opener Sage Brush Philosophy Philistine Woman's Home Companion Young Ladies' Journal Argosy Popular All Story Mnnsev mm that he be given a lease for a term of years for a portion of the lane covered by the stable. The Council accepted the advicb and will, grant Air. Scuthard nn annual lease. Tho City Engineer is allowing six inches for fences and buildings on the streets. This will blear nearly all the buildings but a good many fences are outside the limit. DUPLICATE POWER LJNE McKcnzie Roy will put in a du- plicate power transmission line from the power station to the pump sta- tion for S162. This means another reduction for the insurance rates. NO RAISE FOR CHIEF Chief Gillespie requested that he be given a month, the .same salary as given Ex-chief Parry. lie is gett- ing a month as per schedule of salaries. Aid. Ives thought said sche- dule should be adhered to. Aid. Cunningham moved in vjew of in- creased responsibilities he be given an increase tp Aid. Ives oppos od as the responsibility had not in- creased so rapidly. Aid. Hutton thought it best to stay the schedule and avoid trouble and coun-1 cil by motion agreed. j ACCOUNTS PAID j The following accounts were order- j ed paid: j D. C. Marriott, band stand 16.50 II. Scott 6.00 Rogers-Cunningham Co. 286.62 W. Jobbing Co............. Western Canada Agency 40.00 Western Transfer Co.....'.... 5.00 H. Case Co................... 10.00 H. Hayr 6.To i McKenzie Roy 13.10 C. W. Gray j Western Canada Agency 30.48 Leih. troti Works 70.30 C. M. Arnold 12.GO R. Snge Ixith. News 1B.20 Union AHa. Municipality 10.00 M. A. Iladlcy fl.OO E. Campbell..................... 2.50 Lethbririge Herald Co....... 92.71 West. Stat. 60.77 WANTED TLe Letbbrid gepubiic "the travelling public tp. know tlie Hub Cafe is as clean ami up-to-date restaurant, as there is in e white belp is employed. Charges moderate JAS. A; MACDONALD ARCHITECT Southard Block, Rtdpath Strooi ________Uthbrjdgt. AIU.. Residence Alberta Realty Co Lethbridje Alberta WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN, 7 E M P E R A N C E UN I ON Meet m Methwlist Wesley Church every third Friday in tlie month al 3 30 p. m. visitors always welcome. MBS. A. E. HUMPHRIES, MRS. CHAS. McCLENAOHAN; SecreUry. _ Uthbridgt Lodge (39) A. F..-i A. M., Q. R.-A. fgular meeting the" third 'hursday of- each month -in the Masonic Hall, P. O. Block, at 8 Visiting- brethren will always receive a hearty welcome, zs M. Secretary, P. O. Box M7 A LIFE ON THE'OCEAN. WAVE is no life at all, without you have1" our carbonated bevcirages to drink. So before starting on your picnic, ex- cursion or yachting cruise, be sure and have a supply :of ginger ale, cream and lemon soda, -sarsaparilla, iron brew, etc., as ours arc tbe purest and best. LETHBRIDGE BREWING 4 MALTING COMPANY, Ltd 'Ring.-Up. 108 I When yon want DRAYING Done promptly and satisfactorily JOHN BRODIE Coal; Ice and irtMpfckfeUI Meets 1st and utxl M'ondnys in K. of P 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren are cordially invited. -s. a. DAViKSrW.p. 244y T. J. WHITE; WrS Wcste FR Transfer Co. -LONG BROS Office opposite Orsl El 63 Die Miierta Raitwaj ami Irrigation Company Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THE MARKET lots torrJrif tfe lailmd iri lot at Hetnissto M. FROM EACH Also a iew Aate Lots East of Westminster Road, each cash, one-third TERMS EASY 12 months. Interest 6 per cent, per annnm mm Ci. (M PROMPTED by the rapid- ly increasing demand for Bath' Room Fixtures, we ha vc just received a very beautiful line" of new and artistic designs covering a wide range The Fixtures are of the finest; most durable nickle and such that could not but be interested in their beauty and utility. Tt would be a pleasure to have yon call and ex- amine them whetheryou are an intending pur- chaser or not. Ixtkbridge Neti of Owfe Lethbridge ol Xo. 159. will meets: the first and, third Wedneisday of each month in K. of P. Hall. V. STORKEY. SecreUary 0. ROSS TATE, President; M. PRIEST; Junior GRAY HARDWARE LETBKBGE ALTA. ftntar rf Foresters ClVt Lcttrife PU.262 Meets ih K.. of P Hall last Thursday of month. Viiitiug Brethren Welcome J. E. ROGERS, CH. A. NEIDJG, F.S. First-class Cafe TIKI ma BUG m Short Order Between Meals CARROLL DOYLE LCTHBRIDGE c. B; p. 6. E. tfeets on the second Tuesday oi each month at 8.15 p.m. E. A. SHARMAN, M. PRIEST. E. R. Secretary. Lodge Pride of Albcrte, No. 298. te tf tent Mttt in the flret Mtd third Thnrariay in the month t 8 P.M. VJnting livftrvn T. S, c. EOT Walter Apptebjr W. PrcAdeot. MORTH-WEST AS1OCIATION OF STATIONARY ENQINCtRS Meet in the Labor Hall eYevy tec and and fonrth Mondays in the month. .Employers requiring certificated sti giiteera, and enf ineen of employ- moot, would do well to commnnicatc with vs. NEVIN, Chfet W. A..DIOKSON, Secretary; ;