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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 31, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta t ITHiRI OQll, A., FRIDAY, JULY II, III! HeroM Prated to the Duly Pnntioc Co.t LM., Uvful at Hi-- oAoe. Ebiaod 81.. Lethbridge, Dl- MM i I delivered air worth.deli K delivered. OM mouth that the, first edition of tlio had been'-' printed in New York be- ause better prices were obtained by Moraug there, than could be obtain- ed anywhere in because i'rvero was no printing- house iti Canada could'handle the large edition ordered by the government and in the short'time available because the company thought so much of the -Cutlers that they desired to the American copyright which only be secured by the first edition in the United States. Jf Ml 1.71 M I.M de aiwd; but both new and c4d be (tveo. umuj, ooe year, bj nail Daily, aix noutht, by Daily, thiea by mail Weeki? HertM; addWaei chaiofed M often A OF OPINION Mr. Magrath's chief lieutenant his election campaign is raising quit Cardston C Side A clergyman was about to his church one evening when he en- countered an old lady examining the carving on the front door. Finding her desirous of seeing the beauties of the church, he volunteered to show her over, flustered old lady. Cardston, Juiy weather for the past two weeks lias ideal for haying. Several big 'outfits are in the field and as there is a splendid growth of grass this year large amounts will be put up by most of the ranches. The. Kldridge Bros. Ranch 1ms let a big contract to Messrs. Rose and Olson. V Their minimum is tons and they are not limited as to the num- ber of toas they put up in excess of this amount.. With the seeding of fall wheat which has been proceeding for two weeks past and with the harvest so near the Isbcr nnp that growing serious in this locality. We trust that harvest will be brought to all Alberta point this year. Sundry Cases Yesterday two of the local butcl ers were fined for non-compliunc much gratified by this fer ui a. tJeiiiimuiiy ColiiliiCtCil ta not having control of its lands} shyiy accepted it. and mines. Mr. Ives has evidently forgotten that the Conservative par- ty placid this question .before the el- ectors .of Alberta in 1905 and as a result only two men were elected to the Legislature to voice the view that the lands should be possessed by the province and not by the Do- minion. .Mr, Ives' may sincerely believe, that this province should control its c lands in preference to receiving a subsidy from the DoininiojT. Howev- er, with the Stock Inspection iwui, ag {Q rt'Ct'IviUg Ul tt" MlliumiS fcjl By and by they etc> NEW Jam 51b. 71b. tins Just Received. Tte tetlej Co. ltd. came to a handsome tablet on the' first party sanmiqned, Mr. Geo. right of the pulpit. I Banner, who with Mr, Wood recently explained the good man. i bought out the people's Meat Market, is a memorial-tablet erected to the r was able to show that he had con; memory of the lute tracted his beef up to August 1st from "There now! Ain't it ifr. Ockey and had doue.uo cxclaimed the admiring old lady, still tlustered and anxious to please. "And I'm sure, sir, I 'ope it won't be long afore we see one erected to vou on 'tother side." Andv SfeTavish was "no feeliu' il LET lestem Firet-claM la useHwo weeks. CHEAP LETHBRIDGE ALT1 more eminent men in the party, juist so he went to the doc- than himself hold a different view, tor and stated his complaints. For instance Hon. R. P. goblin, thej "What do you demanded Conservative Premier of Manitoba, has on several occasions, demanded as fair treatment for his province as was given Alberta asti-Saskatchewan What does that mean? Manitoba has the lands. According to Mr. Ives that ought to be satisfactory. Mr. Roblin thinks differently. He wants a subsidy such as is given Al- berta and Saskatchewan. That suits him better. He oilght to know too for he has been conducting the af- fairs of that province for some years now. MR. BORDEN'S TACTICS the medico. "How a bottle a day." "Do you "Yes." "How "Two ounces a day." "Well, you most give up whiskey and tobacco altogether." Andy took up his cap, and, in three steps, reached the door. "Andy." called the doctor, "you j have not paid for my "Ahm no' takkin' snapped Andy, and he shut the door behind him. IS HAYES A CANADIAN? Leader Borden as leader of the position at Ottawa holds not only a very responsible position but one; that demands honor and respect sec-j _. r It Is Claimed that the Winner ond onlv to-that accorded the Prime tering, so his case was dismissed. Residents here are wondering why a J. P. must be brought from Pinrher Creek to try cases at Mountain View and Cardston when there are two lo- cal magistrates at each point. There would seem to be a limit to this sort of thing and also to the "annoyance of law respecting citizens who only need to be told of any point on which iht-y are. wrong ia order to comply with the law rather than putting them to expense and trouble. j In Honor of Mrs. Card i Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Duce gave a I lunckspn yesterday at their beautiful little home--in honor of Mrs. Zina Y. Card. Needless to say that Mr. and Mrs. Duce's well known ability in this line gave all thoroughly en- joyable time. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. Edw. J. Wood, Mrs. Win. Wood, Mr. and Mrs. S-. Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Brown and Mrs. Sarah Dainea. Another party departs today at the invitation of President Wood for a big picnic at the Cochrane Ranch- all Hie guests are old friends of Mrs. Card. Some thirty or more people will j GET YOUR I SHOES GERMAN'S PROFESSIONAL CARDS Best Bargains in City Real Estate Tte C. I. INMI j Rue 21! DR. W. S. OALBRAITh Physician, Surgeon, Accouchtr Office Redpath fit. 'Phone 53 9 a.m., 3-3 7-8 p.m. Tea MADAM NORMAN PitoUtt) of urgau, unci voice production, Visits Of prepara- tory or advanced. Coaching for exams. Howard HOUM, Crabb Strtct. ALVIN RIPLEY ACCOUNTING, AUDITING, COL- LECTIONS and RENTALS Lift and Accident .Insurance Boom 5 Whitney Block HAMILTON YOUNG f tod NEWSPAPER MAN AS CANDIDATE D. Ross, ed itor of the Journal, has announced that'lie will be a candidate at the Conservative convention August 25, as-the party standard bearer for the Federal seat. Ex-Mayor Fred Cook is at presentvhis most serious rival NOTICE TO UND BUYERS I have 1 Section sf farm land with 5 miles of fence Minister from the people of the coun- try. The position demands irora him. those qualities of character and statesmanship that are required of a man. capable being at the head of the government of a. cation. Such qualities have generally been jconced- ed to Mr. last session shown different elements of character Borden but during the of Parliament he has Marathon Comes from Ottawa Ottawa, July -Hayes, the winner of the big Marathon race in London an Ottawa man? Old time lo- cal followers of the running game think that Hayes is one of the family oi that name who lived on Murray street about twenty Tears ago, but Instead of being the leader oi his I who- afterwards moved to Omaha, party, he surrendered j Nehr., and from that pjac> to New Tericuce Hayes, who is, if drive over; starting at 9 o'clock this morning. f the Commercial travellers are here in goodly numbers lately. It looks like a big fall and winter trade was in sight and they are after it? The lo-. cal merchants are doubtless prepar- ng for it. Mr. Z. W. Jacobs returned to Ma grath yesterday. He has a number of properties in view for a future home in Cardston. We are more than glad to welcome him. that position to George E. Foster, both as to policy and methods oi ihis surmise be true, the father of conducting debates in the House. A lhe Olympic winner, returned to Ot- rinir tViic in'ii-.-i t of London, glaring example of this was seen in the way in which he tried to use mis representation in the debate on the Transcontinental Railway. Reading extracts from a special correspondent to the Economist quoted them as from that well-known and influential Journal. Cornered by Mr. Fielding ho acknowledged that the -quotations were not as he represented them. This, sort of misrepresentation is worthy only of such politicians as Foster and it is to be regretted that Mr. Burden has descended from the previous high plane he has maintained and adopted the tactics of his supposed lieutenant. Foster's calibre and tactics are well- known and no one expects anything else from him. Rut more has expected from .Mr. Borden and giving away to the lower influences within his party is a source of deep regret to the citizenship of Canada regardless of party affiliation. tawa twenty-two years ago, and young Hayes first saw the light here about that time. The family afterwards went to New York to reside perman antly, but news of them has been re he ceived friends time i( time. Recently in ex Ottaw-i i, A LIFE ON THE OCEAN is no life at all, without you have our carbonated bevorages 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, ron brew, etc., as ours are the purest and best. LETH6R1DGE BREWING 4 MALTING COMPANY. Ltd Carrol, visitsd the Cdptt.l from York, and it is that lie that one of the "aye" I- ys was a distance runner. r. are four or five boys in thi family that left Ottawa. The reference to Hayes arose n a discussion regarding Johnny Rnine, the old-time distance runner of Ot- tawa, who about twenty four years ago was reported engaged to Miss Hayes, an aunt of the supposed Olympic winner. C. P. R. ACCEPTS DECISION Ottawa, July Vice President Whyte of the C. P. R. tel egraphed the labor department from Winnipeg that ihe award of the board in the investigation into the dispute between the company and mechani- cal "employees, does not favor the company in regard to certain of its conclusions and is not to that ex- tent but, to assist in carrying out the spirit of the .act he accepts that portion of the de- cision relating to western lines. WANTED The Lethbridge public and the travelling public to know tlie Hub Gafe is as clean and up-to-date, restaurant as there is in Alberta, and that strictly white help is employed. Charges moderate t.F.P.Conybjart, K.C.. D.C.L., B. Jonti, B. C. L- CONYBEARE JONES Barrbtera, Solicitors, Etc Office: Conybeare Block. Ltthbridtt, Alt.. W. C. SIMMONS AdvocAtt, Barrister, 'Etc. Office: Southard Block. 20 x 24, frame shed stable TX) acres in oats, 1-3 of crop-foiiig to buyer, a good well of water at the house, also 1-2 Section of raw prairie 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 Box -495, or Brown Poultry Ranch Near Fair Grounds R. O. ADDISON S'Jcctstor fo B. C. MOORE Fun.raI Director and to Presbyterian 0-iurek Office Phpne 102. Residence 136. POETRY? A pretty maid demure and neat Paused upon the busy sireet. The reason why, I am not surprised For White's Faust was advertised! Then to her home she straightway went And this note lo dear Jack she sent "Secure seats now for White's big show. To this one play we always go." Calgary, July B. Bennett, K. C., in an interview this morning, stated that by 6 o'clock tonight writs for would have been served on the morning Albertan by himself on behalf of the Canada Pavement and Construction company, of Win- nipeg. Twenty thousand of this amount is or libel while is for the. loss f the contract by the council not Accepting their contract, which was he lowest.. The. company mean busi- ness and purpose pressing the action until their good name and business ntegrity are again established. The Casldale Batumi 41 Is the place to get a good Square Meal. Everything new and clean. tatumt's tt __ Coaldale Short Orders at all Hours OUR POINT OF VIEW The Calgnry Albertan says "Rob- erts must stop over." Bobs has been accustomed to march to the front without over and the Albertan will make itself! famous if it influences the brave old British soldier io change his mimS. An Idaho-matt is making an over- land trip to the Peace River. The prairie schooner has made many long trips in Alberta but this trill Ix; its; record voyage. i Premier Whitney of Ontario, is j intr to Rnclanrl nrromtinni-MT hi'' knighthood. He will find that Knight is a very frequently ir.ct per-j sonage over there and will be at home from the start. New Stock Fishing Tackle Opened Up Yea should see tie TABLE SMOKER SETS Before they are all soW Prices cat to half. Satisfaction and joy she later expres sed. And on Jack's lips a kiss she pressed tomorrow night at Hall. 4 It looks as though the Liberal cnn-j mm nis Additional books to hand are Jack Spurlock, Prodi- gal; iir. Mrs. Villiers. by the author of "The and a few more m Hauilain ormonent in the first round, Hon. J. A. Caldcr in a speech at I denied Mr. Haul- tnin's statement thnt the Morang Co., had rclct contract to the' American Hook Co. Tt was a fart K, SMIL HE mm The Second land Store This Week's Mid 111 UefenN Mar fir Btker bigg fm Bttan nctitiyinr Snaps 51 U II 17 Waddington Gibbon 410 SOUND STREET First-class Cafe IK TUB! 10 il DINING KOH Short Order Between Meats DOYLE Great Sacrifice Sale of House furnishings We have to raise 16000 by the 12th of August, and are sacrificing our splendidly assorted new stock.. 20 percent discount on Carpet Squares and Rugs, Curtains and Draperies; 15 per cent discount on Furniture, Linoleums and It's certainly time to buy in these lines, especially when you consider that every article in this store is worth 100 cents in the dollar. Don't procrastinate. Buy today. lhe Turpin Furniture Go. Residence S. i! "S F. B. ROLFSON ARCHITECT Room I Whitney JAS. A. MACDONALD ARCHITECT Southard Block, Redpath Str.eV Alta. THE MISSES BROOK Fashionable Ortsimakert Children's Clothes and Plain Sewing 41 Argyle Avenue Alberta Realty Co Alberta WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN TEMPERANCE UNION Meet in Methodist Wesley Church every third Friday in. the month at 3.30 p. m. .Visitors' a'iwaya welcome. MRS. A. E! HUMPHRIES, Prw. MRS. CHAS. McCLENAGHAN, Uthbridg. (3t) A. F. A. XM., G. A. Regular meeting night, the third Thursday of each month in the Masonic 0. .Block, at 8 p.m. Visiting brethren will always receive a hearty welcome. A.C.MESSER, G.V.STORKEY, W. M. Secretary. P. 0. Box Coal, Ice and j; DRAYING Western Transfer Co. LONG BROS.Proprietors Office opposite Balmoral TELEPHONE 63 Meets lai and M o n il ays inK.of P Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren are cordially inrited. S. G. DAVIES, W.P 24-ly T. J. WHITE, W. S Canadian Order of Foresters I SATISFACTION That's every job we do gtves. We guarantee to please you, for we thoroughly understand onr business. We have a large stock of Wall Paper at our and see it. L. M. JOHNS7ONE Barrister and Solicitor Office adjoining {Tnion relhbridge. Bank, M-Iyr WELLINGTON Corner Cvtbill and Courtland Lethkridge 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 durable nickle plate, and such that you could not but be interested in their beauty and utility. It would be a pleasure to have you call and ex- amine them whether you are an intending pur- chaser or not. C.W. GRAY HARDWARE LETHBXIDGE ALTA. Nt.262 Meets lii K. of P Hall last Thursday of mouth. Viiiting Brethren Welcome J. F. ROGERS, C.R A. NEIDIG, F.S. LuTHBRIDGE '-ODv-t nO. 3d C. 8, P. O. E. Meets on the second Tuesday of each month at 8.15 p.m. E. A. 8HARMAN, M. PRIEST. E. R. Secretary..- Lodge Pride of Alberta, No. 293. Sees st senetlt Mfet in the of Pjtliia- Hall flriit anil thinl Tlinrn.Jnj in the month lit S p.m. Viniling hr.tltr.-n ahyaj" iw! 1 altsrApplsbi-, W. I'nw.tcnU W. R. BROWN Carriage Painter, House Painter, Paper Hanger, Wood Etc. PHONE 124 25 ARGYLE ST. T. Rohi.m, Bor 57. There is no uscjn having the hluc? hut then there is no use having n lot of other things that we ANOTHER BIG SNAP FINE HALF SECTION BETWEEN STIRLING AND NEW DAYTON, PER ACRE. YOU can't get anything near for less than to See MB I Ott Block Lethbridge ;