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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 23, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta L C T H ft EiOQg. ALTA. t H U R S 0 A V J U, I t I, Duly Herald by the Duly Herald Oo.. Lid., everj Lawful eveotaf at tto olfici, Bound 84., W. A. Daily. delivered...... Daily, ail Mkoath, Oailj, three delivered.. IJI one mooih. delivered JS Daily, ooe year, by mail 140 Daily, aix by uuul 1.76 Daily, by muil JS Herald, one year 1.80 changed as ufteu as de- tired; but both new nud old address be fivea. The kbor lu this district also received recognition through his the appointment o[ a correspondent of the'Labor Ga- xette beiuf just what the lab-: uu wanted. Nova Scotia is coming uloug too. That province used to be noted as a 'ai shipbuilding coanVy but ships were always wooden. The other day at New Glasgow the first steel sailing vessel ever built in the province was launched and this even is taken as a signal that the fillip building nidus trv will be revived. Bryan says he is not looking for a second term as president. He is right too for it will keep him busy fin tin first term. TRIBUTE TO G. P. GRAHAM Hon. George P. Graham is making good as Minister of Railways. Even the press of the Opposition, admit that. The other day at a gather ing of Mxmtreal business men of all shades of politics a resolution com mending Mr. Graham, for the expe- ditious and business like way he had lu Loadou, Out., is uji old citizen Mr." William Bowman, ol' whom ar interesting story is told. Mr. Bow- man is a verterau railway man. li England oa one occasion he- lui> charge of the train upon which wei dealt with the break in the Cornwall the late Qucen Vic_toria an> canal was unanimously passed and SOU- the of aow mention was made by several speak- ers of the personal interest the Min later took in. the matter. The Ottawa Journal is not known is an advocate of the interests of the Liberal but is usually a severe cri- tic. However in the case of Mr. Gra- ham it is compelled to admit that he is handling his department splendid ly. Here is what it says "In the presentation of his Bills in the House; indeed in all his work in the elucidation of legislation aad the general advancement of that portion oi the business of government for which he is directly responsible Mr. Graham has shown himself a, capable Minister and-skilled parliamentarian. He is fortunate in a maner which dis- arms criticism. It is not exactly a 'smooth' manner of the cloying sweet kind which certain of his colleagues effect sometimes to their undoing. It seems rather an indication of a na- tive good temper. When he hits, he hits hard of course and he is not afraid to hit his party when he feels like it. But he conveys to the mind of the observer a "convincing impres sion of a whole-souled Tespect for the Kiug. The journey was beiiig irmiu from Windsor to Portsmouth, and tit the latter place a special depot had been erected, was found to be to small for the private car and the royal party. So it was necessary for the queen to walk some distance from the coach to her carriage, and Mr. Bowman carried the- prince ii his arms. The story was related to Rev. E. B. Lanceley, who became in terested, and at onco wrote to King Edward, informing him that Mr. j Bowmau was still alive. Within a short time a letter was received from His Majesty's secretary Lord stating that His Majesty was deep- ly touched to hear of the incident, and requesting that the King's best wishes be conveyed to Mr. Bowmau. The letter is now in the latter's sessiou, and is greatly treasured. PAGEANT TO COST Quebec, July pageants at the Tercentenary will cost but they wjl be magnificent. Some of the costumes will cost over each. The robes worn by Henry IV. of France and his Queen, one of blue velvet, with ermine trim uiiug, and have trains five yards long. Most of the ladies were fur uished with the mate-rial for their costumes at wholesale rates and got them made themselves. The men were given theirs free, and' will re- turn them. No one seems able to figure what the number of visitors will-be, but aa official says that were look ed for from first to last. The inform ation bureau in charge of Mr. Geo Gale has registered hundreds of of rooms and can accomodate fron to not including those who stay with friends. Regular boarders have been invited to sleej three or four in a room or pay jus -timt much more for their privacj during the two weeks; The rooms offeree! ran from U a night, without board. Smalle hotels are charging from Uj a day, board included, and the large ones run from up. One of th larger hotels made a contract fo three men for a day, but thej signed for three weeks. Restaurants are plentiful throughout the city, and no one will starve. Renis in Toronto sometimes cause a new arrival to re- mark that he doesn't want to own the house in a year or two, merely to occupy it. Let him come to Quebec, to rent, funused, -for the two Our Flour Made in Lethbridgp by Ellison Milling Co. The Bcntty Co, ltd. INSURING ON THE RESULT OF ELECTIONS Bid RettH I GET YOUR ANOTHER KITCHENER STORY Horatio Herbert Kitchener, Yib count Kitchener, of Khartoum, rec- ently celebrated his fifty-eighth birth Lord Kitchener is one of the great est of British generals; but he Is re- AT GERMAN'S interest ef all the people as he sees it spected rather than loved, by those not oue side or the other, the ups or downs, the inns or the outs, but all the people, so far as the interests of all may be coaxed towards assim ilacion. He is a very respectable tri bune and no clearer index of 'the val- ue of the influence of such men in public life could be afforded than is afforded in the sanity which gives character to the debates on the .meas ures which he introduces." INCONSISTENT M.P.S A favorite form of complaint by Conservative oppositionists at Ottawt of government expenditure in pro viding aids to navigation and trans portation in the matter of minor pub He-works. The-assertion is made that these works are unnecessary and only another form of buying support These public works, such as wharves expenditure on small harbors, etc. are as much needed in local as great canals, trans continenta railways, etc., from a national pom of view. And the Peterboro Examin er very effectively points out tha Conservative members are not them selves adverse to having the "mone wasted" when zheir own particular! constituency benefits. On Monday, in Parliament, three members of the Conservative Opposition made de mands which practically bt-lie the serving under him. Sterii and re- erved in his mariner, he is, howev- er, very just. Rank does not intlu- ence him. The bluest-blooded subal- .era is treated as impartially as an ordinary "Tommy." During the South African campaiijn .relates London Answers) a private of exemplary character reported him- self as unfit for duty. The doctor, however, thought otherwise, and "or- dered the man back to work. ,.Later on the soldier found himself growing much weaker and spoke to the ser- geant. "Why not tell Lord was the reply. "He's in his office." This the soldier feared to do, but the sergeant went straight In and laid the case before Lord Kitchener. "Send the man here and fetch Drs. or three weeks. Yes, and lots of them. And you needn't bother .moving out for a day or two at the end. Here's one another another another 5800, and a Mr. Lemieux's for Such is the privilege ofj being an inhabitant of Quebec 300 years after Champlain. Many insti tutious have come to the rescue and are offering cots, for instance, Sisters of Charity 250 for ladies a day in- cluding breakfast; Sillery Convent 150 ladies at same price; Y. M. C. A. 150 at without meals. One of the most interesting plans for accommodating the crowds was that adopted by a number of mer- chants and bankers at the call of the Mayor. -They have built the "Tent with 740 tents, 10U more ev- en than were used for the Jamestown Exposition. These will hold people 3 5 or 12 for the largest ones. The charges are and a night, lodging only; or taking it for the season three weeks at most, to S150 a tent. The grounds are leas- ed from the Protestant Orphan Asy- lum and occupy 46 acre's forming a part of the Plains of Abraham. They certainly are an example of a town rising ia a single week. The tents are being run up at the rate of 150 a day and stretch out to the cliff's edge. On the grounds are lavator- ies, including big baths and each tent is fitted with a basin and tap. Offices are being rapidly run up, At Niagara Falls, N. Y., Patrolman McCoruiack arid Magner were shot by a highwayman early Wednesday morning. McCoriiiuek was shot in the groin and leg and may die. Mag- ner has a bullet in his leg. New York., July the anti- betting law here, recording best on an election is as great crime and may be1 visited with as dire pun- ishment as recording bets-on the racQ- track; but London Lloyd's will write insurance againwt the elections of Bryan, just as. in many cases these venturesome insurance brokers have written' policies against the birth of twins and in at least one recent case insured a man against molesting his motliC'r-iu The policy is of the form sometimes loosely described as a wager or hon- or policy, and while it nitty not be euforcible Ht law the standing of the Lloyd's brokers gives the better am- ple protection against any welch- ing on the part of the broker. The taking oi such pjiieit-s in. large num- bers practically opened.the betting on the Presidential election this year. In the morning the pre mium or was 81-2 to 1 againsl Bryan. At the the odds weni down to 5 3-4 to 1 against. The new method of election betting owes its origin to a manufacturer who confident of u sharp revival o, business 'following-the. election o Taft and was anxious to run his plant at, full capacity in the months pre coding the election if only he couk protect himself against the conting ency of Bryan's, sucess. In .this pre dicament the manufacturer went t a firm ,of insurance brokers in the city and asked them for u policy in suring his business against Bryan's election. They cabled Lloyd fo terms and received offhand a quota tion of 20 per cent., which is equal u odds of about 4 to 1 against Bryar The manufacturer considered the rate BflRGflIK four: Good: lots cameling on Aifle and Barttett Sts. TERMS Tte C. I. loram Igeiq fet Iffice-llick fen 211 PROFESSIONAL CARDS TO UNO BUYERS Place Your Orders for JUS. HUME too high, and yesterday, after.reflec- Lloyd's brokers offered to'write ihe policy at 10 12 per cent. The offer was accepted and insurance to the amount-of move than was taken at the quotation named. The manufacturer will "put all hands to work immediately. S. .T. Marlatt, a prominent tanner of Oakville, dead. Douglas Lamby, a contractor, was kiled by a failing derrick at N. s. Toronto University will confer the honorary degree of L. L. D. upon Lord Roberts during his visit to that city. Percy Shepard, 19 years, son of Frederic Shepard. was drowned at Queenston, Ont. while bathing. I have 1 Section of jj-ood farm lam with 5 miles of fence and frame house 20' x 24, frame shed stable 14x50, acres in oats, 1-3 of crop going i> buyer, a good well of water al th house, also 1-2 Section of ruw prairie New railroad survey, through both and 12 ;miles from railroad with good roads, and same at a snap price. _.Don't .buy bt anyone else till you see this and save real estate man's commission; Address N. H. MURRAY Box 495, or Brown Poultry Ranch Near Fair Grounds DR. W. S. GALBRAJTH McGUI, PhyticJan, Accouchtr Office 914 Redpath St. ''Phone M 0 a.m., .8-3 7-8 p.m. MADAM NORMAN 3 (Orchutrtl f Teacher of. orgMB, oicfe production.. Visits or receives pupilg, prepara- tory or advanced. Y. Coaching Joe. Howard ALVIN RJPLEY ACCOUNTiNG, AUDITtNQ, COL- LECTIONS and RENTALS Life and Accident Room 5 Whitney Block HAMILTON 4 YOUNG- and Room Block. K.C., O.C.U B. JOHM, B C. L CONYBEAKE JONES Barristera, Solicitora, EU, Office; Couybeare .Block. t. Alta. W- C..; SIMMOMS Advocate, BarritUr, Etc. Office: Southard Block. R. G. AODISOK Succestor. O. C. MOORE Fun.raf Director and Em'b.limr to Presbyterian OJiureh Office Phone J02. P- B. ARCHITECT Hoocv 8 Whitn.y Block. Satisfaction CTuarauteed A. ami B.r" commanded "K, of K." 1 with telegraph, telephone, baggage without looking up from his work. The two doctors examined the pa- tient in the presence of his lordship, and pronounced him to be suffering from typhoid fever. "Now send for Dr. C." This was the doctor who had prac- accused the patient of malin- gering. He, too. examined the pa- tient, and then said nervouslv: "Sir, I fear I have made a mis- sincerity of their outcry against ex- travagance and wasteful expenditure of public money Mr. Armstrong, of East Lambton, Conservative, wanted money spent on a harbor in his own district. Mr. Blain, of Peel, Cousin- ative, urged the Minister of Public Works to dredge the harbor of Port Credit, which is in Mr. Blain's rid ing. Mr. Jackson, of East Elgin, Con- servative, a plea for Port Stanley harbor, which needless to say is in Elgin County. To show that the government deals with these matters on principle, ap portioning exp.-nditure according to th.-- public needs without reference to political considerations. Hon. Mr. PugsU-y rfgard.-d the of as founded and promised -prompt investigation m each Tho "xp-ndituros on public w.rks in Canada ily pn-at. for the provision of transportation facilities as comple- mentary to national progress and de- velopment. It all w.-ll for the Opposition to make protest Against the expenditure as a whole, but, as in the cases cited above, Conservative must share the of expenditures in detail, which in the case of most of them, j as well as rt'fenvd to, are jus- i 4- tifir-d by the of the situa-' J tion. Money spent in improving na- 4. vigation facilities is money well J take. This man is suffering from ty- phoid in on early stage." "Remove him at once to the hospi- was Kitchener's reply, "And you Dr. C., apply to the adjutant for your papers and return to Eng- land at, your earliest convenience." room and other conveniences and three large dining rooms, two Amer- can- and one European, with a capa- city of 500 each. has been subscribed. The employees will num- ber nearly 700. During the celebration the Citadel will be closed to visitors as it will be occupied by His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales and the Governor General. I J PHONE 289 t I A. L. Roy JAS. A. MACDONALD ARCHITECT Southard Block, Redpath Strm AtU. WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN TEMPERANCE UNION Meet in Methodist' Wesley Church every third .Friday .in- the month at 3.30 p. m. Visitors always welcome MRS. A. E. HUMPHRIES, Prea Residence Alberta Realty Co Lethbfidge Alberta The Liki.-Iy, Caliiornia and Altur- stage up W'ednesday nicht by two masked men who were heavily armed. They compelled the Wells Fargo messenger to throw down the box containing a large sum oi gold for payment at Alturas. The passengers were not molested. Cardston Fly Time Phone 50 P.O. 82 W ?pent. is OUR POINT OF VIEW Senator De Veber has b-vn a pooo1! friend of Lethbridgo during tho time he has bevn in the Senate. He first succeeded in getting the Kxporimnnt al Farm located hore and we are re- alizing every day its value to this! city and district. Then he impressed the government with tho need of an j armory here for the artillery and an appropriation of S10.W was made for the construction of a building. A Tom Cat Was arrested for au in- herited taste in the matter of canaries. Admitting his guilt, sentence was suspended on a touching appeal to the judge that the fool bird broke open its cage and flewdovrn the prisoner's throat. To reverse the who blams you, my reader, if you broke open yonr bank to make dash for the extraordinary bar- gains at my genuine cheap Sale lasting until August 1 4. You won't get the worst of it. B. SUE TIE FiCTHt FMIEI I SUNDAY SCHOOL CONFERENCE AT MOUNTAIN VIEW Two sessions were held on Sunday hist by the people of Mountain View Ward, at which Stake Supt. M. A. Coombs and assistants, J. S. Parker and Edward Leavitt, with the Stake Presidency and E. Barker, W. i3or- ensob. S. M. Woolf, Jno. F. Parrish, und Win. West of the High Council! wore visitors. The program of exercises was well mention being do- r served most highly by the Kinder-j garten Department for its motion' songs and stories. Quite a number j' were present from other wards, am-i ong whom were Messrs. Fox, Hep- j Ralph Harker, Alvin Richard, j .1. M. Rillingsley. I An important change was made by, the promotion oi Wm. Webster, Supt of the school, to the position ot; stake chorister. In connection with; the three western wards, Mountain; View school will be under the direct j supervision of Stake Asst. Supt. .1. S. Parker for some time. PATNFUL ACCIDENT Mr. G. A. Richardson who recently! I leased Mr. Jno. Hunt's (arm near; j met with a bacf accident'; j near Tx-avitt on Thursday last. While 'i aiding in branding a colt he was' struck by a pole through the strug- gies of the animai, and the blow f-.iill the right, ear and bruipcd his head! badly. He was unconscious for over 12 hours. Tin wan brought to Card- ston and under Stacpooic's care i wa.s so far recovered to walk out on Saturday for a short time. A slight; ly increased force might have caused the blow to be fatal. 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' PARTS Just Arrived WM. OLIVER'S PLANING MILL Office, Yards and Factory: cor, loiiii art nuns SHEETS Telephone 153 A LIFE ON THE OCEAN WAVE j is no life at all, without you have our carbonated bevtnrnges to drink. So hi-fore starting on your picnic, ex- cursion or yachting cruise, be sure and have a supply of ginger ale ernam and soda, sarsaparilla iron brew, etc., as ours are the puresi and In'-st. LETHBRIDGE BREWING MALTING COMPANY, Ltd NO HONING-NO GRINDING "CARBO MAGNETIC" THE RAZOR OF PERFECTION. Are you interested in a better Razor than you have? If so.your dealer will deliver to you a "CARBO MACNCTIC" Razor on thirty days' trial without obligation on your part to purchase. MCARBO MAGNETIC" Razors pull-others will! Get one to day and youll have I W. R. BROWN Carriage Painter, House Painter, Paper Hanger, Wood Finisher, Etc. PHONE 124 2S ARGYLE ST. Coal, Ice and DRAYING Western Transfer Co. LONG BROSiProprietors 0 Rice opposite Balmoral J TEL-EI PH O N E 63 PROMPTED by the rapid- ly increasing demand for Bath Room Fixtures, we have just received a very beautiful line of new and artistic designs covering a wide range of prices. The Fixtures are of the finest, most nickle plate, and such that you could not but be interested in their beauty and utility. It -would boa pleasure to have you call and ex- amine them whether you are an intending pur- chaser or not. .Secretary. Lethbridge Lodge (39) A- F. A. M., G. R. A. ular meeting night, the third 'hursday of each month in the Vfasonic Hall, P. 0. Block, at 8 p.m. "isiting brethren will always receive a hearty welcome. V.C.MESSER, G.V.STORKEY W. M. P. 0. Box Aleeta 1st and 3rd Mondays iuK. of P Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren are cordially invited. G. DAVIES, W.P. 24-ly T. J. WHITE, W.S Canadian Order c( Foresters C. W. GRAY HARDWARE LETHBRIDGE ALTA. Meets iu K of P Hall last Thursday of month. Visiting Brethren Welcome J. F. ROGERS, C.R. A. NEIDIG, F.S. LuTHBRIDGE LObut nO. So C. B. P. O. E. Meets on the second Tuesday of each month at S.lo p.m. E. A. SHARMAN, M. PKIE8T. E. K. Secretary. Sold by C. W. GRAY Lethbridge, Alta. First-class Cafe TS TUEH NOTEl DINING mil Short Order Between Meals CARROLL DOYLE Lodge Pride of Alberta, No. 293. Sons of Inefit Swetj Mwt in tho of Pythla-Hdl everj first thinl Thnraday in the at 8 p.m. Visiting in-thrun JilwnjB wel Walter Applebj, W. PreaMcnL FrciiT. Robing, 3or 57. -Lethbridge Lodge NORTH-WEST ASSOCIATION OF STATIONARY ENGINEERS Meet in the Lnbor Hall evevy tee- and and fourth Mondays iq month. Employers rftqxiiring certificated en- gineers, and out of employ- ment, would do well to communicate with us. NEVIN. ChieL W. A. DICK30N, Secretary. ICE CREAM Stft Drab Fnit mi CMfectMier? "BUDD" REED Successor to G. W, H. Keed Phone 2H ;