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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 22, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LfTHiilDat, I Ml, the IXuiy fftnOd JPrioluif Co.. Ltd., tftry iawiwl ewoiag at W. A. BWCHAMAK. Daily, fmi, OU delivered.. IM Duly, MM month, delivered M Daily, (MM by -mil Ml Daily, aix by Bail '.76 Doily, thiee moutha, by 46 Heffcld. year IM aa often aa de- u; but both new and old address raiut be (iven. anxiety on the of the in- tabttunta. We that the Wett ui "an area ot all kind? nska." We defy him to prove '.hat failure 01 Diirtial iu the West exceed those oMus district. We have risks, no but they are being t'eientifically and successfully met. But what arc they c-uipared with the risk of drought, and wet, of grasshoppers and armv- of frost and hurricane of it w prices and poor markets that uiu-t h- taken and. have buen taken tinrie and again by the farmer of Ontario? But even granting all that he says is true, where does the West really stand? In Alberta we have our thousands of acres of alfalfa and all A COUNTRY'S DEVELOPMENT What is meant by the development of a wnuitry? Opinions to dif-" fer. Professor Robertson, principal of the ItacDottsld; coliegts at St. Anne Dft Bellevue and a recagaiied as cue who gen- erally knows what he is talking about, appears to have got an. idea as to, the development of the West with ".'which rfb westerner or uny in- Canadian can agree. In an address delivered before the over, the West applea are suc- cessfully raised, not in largo quanti- ties it is true, because of the pecul iar conditions, but the success is none the less truly-demonstrated. The suc- cess iu raising of small fruiu exceeds even that of the East. Settlers coin- ing to older Canada had to meet new conditions before their success assured in these particulars as m all others. The new conditions of the West are bdhg met with greater rapidity .aud success and the time is not far distant when, we shall have apple blossoms and clover in all the beautiful profusion of the East. When Professor .Robertson learns the real meaning and true signs oi cultural Committee of the House of permanent development he should another visit' to the. West and Commons last May, the professor is he wili find ampie proof lnat the West is being built on a sure found atiou and that it' is undergoing a true development and that her- per- uianecy is assured. reported as "There is a good deal of talk about the development of the West, I do not see any evidence of de- velopment, nor do I hear of any. We occupied the West, no doubt about that, but occupation of a country is not the development oi it in regard to resources, popula- tion or social organizations. "We have in Canada, in our na- tural resources of agriculture, three vast areas; we have coming eastward from the Atlantic, prac OUR POINT OF VIEW Hon. Walter Scott thinks he can reap a'victory in Saskatchewan while the happy farmers are harvesting a great crop. The Liberal government in Sas katchewan nas" ueen progressive and (From the Madison County Times.) The article iu week before lust's issue1-stating that Air. and Mrs. ley... wert presented with a sil ver butcher knife, should hnve read a solid silver butter knife. AWFUL (St. Thomas, Out., Tunes.) A sensaiioAtti elopement occurred >u a Taibot street millinery store this morning, when a sassy old sailor (hat) slipped out with a merry widow Time was whm .journalists formed no inconsiderable proportion of tlie membership of the Legislative Asssai bly of Ontario. Among the LUrra'? therv 5 t'vt from tiire ti duiiug the last ten years such ;i ur as Hon. G. P., Grahu-.i., iate ilr. Andrew PuUule, S. Rus- seH, S. N Smitl J. A. H. J E. J. B. Pense, and T- H. Preston. Not one of these gentlemen is now a member of the assembly. f he showing on the Conservative side is somewhat better the journalistic M. P. P.'s including Lieut-Col. Hugh Clark, J. P. Downey, S. Charters and Phil Bowyer, although the latter has already iutiinated that he will not remain a membar after- the present parliamentary term. Apparently parliamentary career has lost soui.e ihiug of its charm for the average aewspaper mau. Braniford Exposi tor. I ,7 ;L T aundiul of the people's interescs and ticaliy a thousand mile? in round; J I deserves to be returned to power, figures, where you may have in' the summer, as vou have in other! rred Haultain, well was countries, apple blossoms and do- j i about the most surprised man. in Sus ver and these are two conditions Katchewan when the announcement rural life that make human hie and i {of the general election was made, human civilization capable oi per- manence at theb: last. I do not! 11011 i suttieinetji of those places, bi-ioro I orchards and clover-fields demonstrat-i cd the permanency of their develop- A Tom Cat Was arrested for an in- herited taaU> in the matter of canaries. Admitting his guilt, sentence vras snspended on a touching appeal to the judge that the fool bird broke open its cage and flew down the prisoners throat. To reverse the simile. object of the smoker was to enable! the boys to secure some new Lnstru- 1 ments and the sixty odd dollars nett] ed will held them rerj materially to this end. A good and greatly varied i program was which was! much appreciated and heartily ap-j plaudcti by all. Among other things j of note were the solos by Messrs. Hayson, Layshon .and Davis. A new and very interesting feature was the club swinging by Mr. Lewis i and Mr. (Prof.) Fauikuerr This was well done and provoked hearty ap- plause. Prof. Faulkner a as been io- to take charge of t-ie jrviuna- sium soon to be started nmober j of enthusiasts. Another feature that took the' house by storm was the step dancing by "Jim" Lairigan, Steve Kelly and Harry Higgins, the latter with wing" carrying off to--drink. Sd before startin? cursion or yachting- cruise, be sure and have a supply of ginger ale, cream and lemon soda, sarsaparilla, iron, brew, etc., as ours arc the purest and best: LETHBRIDGE BREKING 4 MALTING COMPANY, Ltd WANTED The Lethbrklge public and the travelling public-to know the Hub Gafe is as clean and jip-to-dafce restaurant ns tbero is in Alberta, and that strictly white help is employed. Charges moderate "buck hisj the! honors. Mr. Larrigan's Chinese song show-j or! him to be a first-rate while in the Indian Sun Dance i gan "and his partner show their j This dance was a revel-i ntion. to many that saw it. T.arrigan i took the part of the squaw, while' his partner impersonaled the Indian1 Ichhf, and with their intricate gvrn- j tions, their leaping, and dancing ac-' 1 oomjtanied by the most blood-curd- Hug yells they showed how the Indi-; an either works himself into the bat- tle frenzy or cclebratoa his murder-; ous victory. t During- the evening the band nc- j quitted themselves in their usual j faultless style, while Mr. j of the "Co-op" store presided' at the' 4 We please yo'u no matter how particular yon may be Painting, Paperhanging, House Decorating, Kalsomining, Etc. Stock of Piiper Hangings at Residence WELLINGTON BROS. Corner CutbiU and Courtland Lethbridge who would blams you. my it yon broke open ment? he tell us what length of 11 yonr bank to makc R time -was spent in taking everything j posiblo from the soil and giving no-1 thing back? Will he compare, the.! J certainty and stability of t ho crops i of thtse places in the early days with J the records of the West? Let hi n j compare tho records even of the J iw-nty years of the district in? for fifty miles his own city of; J Montreal with similar district around any given point in the West and -see vhie.h has had tta greyer the greater evidences of a permanent j clevdopment and the causos for iV ti ti for ihr. extraordinary bar- gains at my gonuino cheap Sale lasting until August 1st Yon won't get the worst of it. THE (TOE A SOLDIER KILLED St. John, N. B., July lO.-Sorgeant rrqnhart of the 2nd. St. was; killed by falling from the soldmr's' speoial Quebec truin at Hnrcourt, N. H. He wa.s 25 years old and leaves and two children here. Sorgt. Murray also foil from the train but was not seriously injured. W, R. BROWN Carriage Painter, House Painter, Paper Wood Finish3r, Etc. PHONE J24 25 ARGYLE ST. liie Ailserta Railway and Irrigation Company Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THE MARKET WOMENV8 TEMPERANCE UNIOH Meet in ilethodMt Wesley every third Friday in the month aV 3.30 p. m. alwayi welcome MRS. A. E. HUMPHBIEg; MRS. CHA8 2 -5 Alberta Realty Co Lcthbridje Alberta R. A. Regular meeting night, the third Thursday of month in the Masonic Hall, p. 'ill p.m. Visiting brethren 'will aiwtyi ;rcceiW hearty welcome. A .'C JP. O; Box SS7 1st Mondaft Hall at; 8; o'clock. i; Coal, Ice and i: PRAYING Western Transfer Co. LONG ,BROS, Proprietors Office opposite Balmoral TELEPHONE e3 brethren are cordially S. G, 24-ly T. lots North oi tie Eaiiroad and West cf Westminster U, FROM EACH Also a few Acre Lots East of Westminster Road, each TERMS EASY One-tliircl cash, one-third 6 months, balance 12 months. Interest 6 per cent, per annum Ipplj filberts Mint ifrijiitica Cs (UN by the rmpid-ly incieaiing demand forBathRobniFiituree, Behave just received a very beautiful line of new and artistic designs covering a wide range of prices. .Fixtures are of the finest, most durable plate, .and such that you could not but be interested in their beauty and would be a pleasure to have you call and examine them whether you are an intending purchaser or W. Canadian Order et Foresters MeeU iu K. of P Hall of month. Vititing Brethren .Welbomtr. J. F. ROGERS, C.R LCTHBRIDGE LOUub MO. C. B. P. Q. E. MeeU on second Tuesday o! eacfc month at 8.15 p.m. E. A. H. PRIEST. E. R- Lodge Pride of Alberta, No. 293. ta laeflt Met) in KnigLm of Half ami third Jn UM momtit W. Box THH HTE Short Order Between Meals CARHOLL DOYLE NORTH-WEST AWOCJATIOH Of STATIONARY ENGINEERS Meet in the Labor Htll CTWT MC- -ind and fourth Moodtji in month. requirinf oertiflokied gracers, and out o( employ- ment, would do well to commtroioata with w. KEVIN, Chtet W. A. DTOK90N. SecnUry. ICE CREAM Fnk 'iBUDD" REED SncccMor to G. W. H. in ;