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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 10, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta Lcthbridge Herald PRINTING CO., LTD. f A. irector aad Editor. SUBSCRIPTION In Advance Otheriwse a year a year ADVERTISING JPer Month 11.00 per Inch THE NORTH AND THE SOUTH unimously endorsing the bylaws that were submitted to them by the city covinciL The vote shows that prac- tically all the property owners in the city are in favor of the progressive policy of Mayor Henderson and his colleagues. We can now look forward to im- proved streets and walks, an up to date fire hall and a much needed mar ket. With them our status as a city will be much more firmly founded. The Herald wants to say right hero that much credit is due to Mayor Henderson for the progressive spirit j that is characterizing this year's' j council. He has already proved that j he realizes the aeeds of the city. His j plans have not all been carried out j yet and other important' bylaws will ibe submitted to the electors during KNOCKING THE WEST Ex-Aid. Daly reports that he ex-j the next few months. a field of fall wheat on the I----------------- farm of Phillip Ottewell, Clo'ver j Bar, several days ago and the av- j erage growth ranged from 16 to; The Peterborough Review 13 inches. Visitors to Southern'that the Alberta say that this growth is not surpassed in any part of the pro- Bulletin, May 29. THE SOCIAL REALM fFrorn Saturday's Daily.) Ou Friday evening of last" week Mrs. Hew burn was hostess of a plea- rant little bridge, Mrs. Starnes and Wilson winning the pretty priz- es. The guests were, Mr. and Mrs. Kirkhani, Mrs. Starnes, Miss Duff, ABOUT DAD'S COUNCIL B, the Mayor's Soo Dad and his council are now quiot- y but anxiously awaiting the say-so of the ratepayers on the bylaws. Mr. and Mrs. Buchanan, Mrs. Reeve, They have spent hours and days E. H. Wilson. Mr, working on them. They nave given Mrs. TCigby.. Mr. Anderson. Thousands of American in pur homes are daily sacrificing believes their lives to duty. _________ervative- order to keep the home neat parry and of the Canadian i the children Well dressed not identical. It therefore sacrifices the latter in the interests of the for- Two weeks before the- Bulletin's jmer- a recent issue, while inti- tooast of growth in Northern Alberta, that the general election de- pends upon a good harvest this year and that the immigration policy of the government is responsible for the hard times in the west, it arives hor- the Herald had seen and mentioned samples of wheat in this district that were 22 indies high. Many fields of grain as far advanced as that are to be fields of grain as far advanced as seen in this district. accounts of the financial condi- far advanced OI" West. "It is make or that are to be seen in this district. The growth in the north is complete- ly surpassed in this district, and vi- sitors from Edmonton have admitted that fact to the Herald. Take this as a sample of Southern .Alberta growth: Mayor Maiiatt had in his posses- a sample ol fall a sample of fall dose to Claresholm and. raea- sion yesterday sion yesterday sored twenty-seven inches in. height above the Ke- view, May 29. It has been the custom of the peo- ple of the north to belittle the south as'an agricultural district but as a matter 01 truth the records of the past three years show the district j from High River south to Cardstonj to be the best gram growing section of Alberta. "break with the "Payments are simply not being made. Large business concerns are able to pay such magnificent sums as 5'25 on account of their large indebt- edness to Ontario ''One thing is certain however, and that is the complete financial depres- sion of the West at the present'time" Such are a few of the slanderous sen- tences by means of which the Heview and tidy, women overdo. A female weakness or displacement is often brought on and they suffer in silence, drifting along from bad to worse, knowing well that they ought to have help to overcome the pains and aches which daily make life a burden. It is to these faithful women that LYDIA E.PINKHAM'5 VEGETABLE COMPOUND would knock this country to party advantage. That it is make or break -with the West this year, that payments are being met, that there is not a financial depres- sion here this spring is well known to everyone acquainted with condi- tions in the West. Moreau St, Montreal, who writes to Mrs. Pinkham: "For years I was a great sufferer from female weakness, and despite every remedy given me by doctors for this trouble, I grew worse, "One day a friend advised me to try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- pound. I did so, and am thankfnl to say tiiat it made me strong and well." FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN. For thirty years Lydia E. Pink- Mrs. J. J. Johnstone gave a most attractive tea on Tuesday afternoon and the weather proving most favor able everyone turned out to enjo> the good things, especially the musi (which was particularly good. Mrs Johnston received in an euibroideret white gown. The tea room was pret- tily decorated with Marguerites and the tea-table artistically arranged with pink tulle, pink carnations and smilax. Mrs. JS'eale and Mew- burn presided at the tea table and were ably assisted by Mrs. Galbraith Mrs. Kirkham, Mrs. Barford. Mrs. Stafford and Mrs. Eipley. Mrs. T. B. Martin of Frank is vi- siting her sister Mrs. McNicoil. i ham's Vegetable Compound, made 1 from roots and herbs, has been the standard remedy for female ills, The engagement is announced of Miss Helen Hunt, only daughter of J. J. Hunt of Halifax to -Air. 'C. H. X. Connell of Lethbridge. Mr. Con- nell is one of our most popular young bachelors and his many friends will be glad to extend their good wishes. the people the best results of the ex- ertious of their grey matter and now they are waiting for the smile of ap- probation with which old Mr. Toil And there is no doubt but what they will get the smile if the voters turn out and mark the little colored papers behind the curtain. Of course if it keeps up raining as it has been doing, the weather may have a doubt ful effect. Some fellows would rath- er see the city go plumb rather than u Our lines aro Furniture, Oarpet Squares and Rugs, Lmoleumi, Curtaint and Draperies etc., Upholstery Materials, Pictures, Baby Carriages, Sewing Ma- chines. No cleaner stock on this continent. We're making every effort to keep the price down and the quality up. Turpin Furniture Co. WHERE CASH COUNTS jo out into the rain to vote. Oth- ers will get so mad that they w to oppose every :o out determined thing in sight, the bylaws included Others will plunge through the muc and water until they are tired, ge mad and say, "Confound this busi ness of being without a sidewalk. I ;he council wants to. put a sidewalk >n Eedpath St. and give me a few or he planks they rip up, more power o them, I'll vote for those bylaws efore 1 get a pair of rubber boots." Ind that is what it means. Dad's ight turbine says that the more ce- ment walks are put down the more planks there will be for sidewalks on the outer parts of the city. Dad aud his confreres do not get out and Miss Cassie Wallace entertained to to vote f0r the Alberta needs an Der- .sbn interested in the province and its early history and enthusiastic in the gathering of material that will tell future and present generations of the adventures of the men and women, wiio were pioneers of the land. Up to the present the collection of much important material has been neglect- ed. The pioneers have been dying .and with them has gone many a. thrilling tale "of life on the plains .in the days when a white was a curiosity in Alberta. An archivist has been appointed. If the government had covered the of Canada we do not think it The Winnipeg Tribune announced the death of Sir E. G-. Reid, "pre- mier of Newfoundland." Sir Robert didn't hold .that job, but he was pret ty nearly owner of the island, as the government gave him most of the colony to build a railway. Col. Sap- Conservative M. P-, says that Mr. Bergeron, Conser- vative M.P., said that other Con- servative members said that Col. Hughes had sold the rifie people. Bergeron declares he never madp such could have selected a person more fitted for the work than Miss Ka.th- erine Hughes, a young lady of mark- ed literary gifts and greatly interest- ed in history! She will put her heart find soul into the work and soon un- der her enthusiastic efforts, the ar- chives of Alberta will be filled with historical material that in the future Eoss that In Of Interest to Women racks. w. iviiitujr AUi -iGiUSUC 111S. andhas positively curedtiiousandsol tng womenwho haye been troubled -with displacements, inflammation, uloera- tion, fibroid tumors, irregularities periodic pains, backache, that bear- ing-down feeling, flatulency, indiges- tion, dizziness, ornerrous prostration. Why dont you try it Mrs. Pinkham inrttes an sick women to her for adyico. She has jruided thousands to health. L JILU, young people informally on Tuesday evening. Miss Berkinshaw of Calsrarv is vi- at the Bar- Mrs. Rogers was the engaging host- ess of a delightful bridge Wednesday- evening. Miss Patteson won a most attractive prize. The guests were: Mrs. Vrooman, Mrs. bourse, Mrs. Buchanan, Mrs. Arnold, Mrs. Shaw, Mrs. West, Mrs. Cunningham, Mrs. Lethbrklge, Mrs. Conybeare, Mrs. aigrby. Miss Patteson, Mrs. Stames, Miss Duff, Mrs. Chivers, Mrs. Kirk- ham, Mrs. McLeod, Mrs. Mewburn. Another charming bridge was giv- ;n on Thursday evening by Mrs, Ar- bylaws. That is not their business. But the weather man wanted to see them pass so he took a hand in the game and has been canvassing like fury for a considerable spell of wea- ther. If" he don't carry the election there is no saying what might hap pen. Gee. I hope those bylaws pass, Dad is counting on making this a real city and if people tell him they don't want him to do. it he will be as mad as the "deaavil." Dad is working hard for the city giving it his whole time and attention. He knows more about the present prob- lems of the city than all the kickers put together but the mischief of it is that he cannot vote according to the amount he knows. He only has one vote, the same as the fellow who FARM LANDS Near Taber at at per acre cash, balance 5 years Terms J. T. Whitney Block McKinney Lethbridge, Alta. Dad. Hughes is positive that" he" did. "in" I three rather the meantime the breach in the Con- 'servative ranks is widening. The seven seats Premier Whitnev secured without a contest in Ontario were never known to elect a Liberal. A contest is a waste of time and mon ey in any of them. However the "seven" wins, without opposition. strong salt water will cure heartburn for the time. If a lump of butter is put into the saucepan while boiling rice there will be no boiling over. Sleeplesness is often relieved by taking hot milk containing a little finely powdered nutmeg. A mixture of olive oil and black ink nold in honor of Mrs. T. B. Martin doesn't know a. thing about it and Mrs. Mewburn. Three tables Aid. Macbeth, Aid. Ives and the rest -ere arranged. The guests were: spent many weary hours figuring this Mrs. Mewburn, Mrs. T. B. Martin, [out for the best "interests Mrs. Mc-KicoIL Vrs. Bourse, Bu- but their intelligent -mav H chanan, Mrs. Chivers, Mrs. Kogers, Mrs. Kirkham, Mrs. 'Conybeare, Mrs. Vrooman, Mrs. Miss Patteson Mrs. Buchanan carried off the .pretty UNDER WHICH KING? (Montreal Herald.) The question raised by the Opposi- tion at Ottawa is simply this: Is the majority or minority in Par- liament to rule? _, -M 1.-U.C liiajUill me Opposition does not like a cer- House, duly elected bv thp t ._ _-i _ antee against being held up tomor- row on some equally insignificant matter. The question, therefore, is not as to the merits of this particular bill but as to whether the Government or the Opposition is to rule. The Gov- ernment represents the majority of ain bill Drought eminent. It does not pretend that by the' There is no evidence that the .s unconstitutional, or that it fraught with extreme measures i is in se These arguments The Opposition Will nolr, C 1HK will nelp TQntney a lot in creating is useful to paint the tips of black kid -he impression that he is boand to' gloves which are worn. prize. Mrs. Mewburn leaves next -week on an extended trip to Europe. At To- ronto she will be joined by her daugh their intelligent votes may b killed by some ignorant knockers But that should not matter, ther are hundreds of good sensible men in the city who will support the propo sition if they will only get out and do so. There is no doubt that he will carry the province, but he 'may have majority considerably reduced. his be valued much more than it is Leader Macfcay of the Liberals has likely to be now. IGNORANT OF CONDITIONS The Deputy Minister of Agriculture makes the lame excuse that the peo- Pie in the south who are giving 'pub- licity to the reference to dry fanning an. the circular sent out by him, are put up a good fight. BARS FOREIGNERS Helena. .Tnna o ___ A pretty tablecloth is made by join- ing together with wide lace insertion, four squares of butchers' linen, To remove iodine and fruit stains from the hands: Wet your hands and hold them over burning sulphur. To remove mildew, wet the place; "with cold Coleman it doing more damage to the district .than the alleged libeious have done. It is all verv .for Mr. Harcourt to put that j projects, hence the protest, .diagnosis on the case but it will take iiin ,a month of Sundays to convince the people of Southern Alberta that with a protest from the various labor' then C0ver starch and unions the city council last night di- i rected the preparation of an ordinance' Matches should be kept in a bis- providing for the employment oj tin a high shelf- Safety ericans only in all departments of'the! are as ary min- n-ould rest on the Parliament ority which exercised it. That responsibility the present Op- position has definitely assumed. On a matter of minor importance on" a measure which has been trimmed" and >runde by the Prime Minister in an wnest effort to meet its views, the has taken its stand, and refused supply until this now innoc- uous measure is withdrawn. I Government, has lost the confidence of the electorate. On the contrary, the bye-elections have shown that it re- tains that confidence. It is not at the end of its Parliamentary term. It 1S -tVt. otigh legislation t is a down. those who most fault are careful to find the say that they will support thorn. I have heard ag- on ly one man say he was going iinst them and he did not scenT sure of it. If they got practically unanimous endorsation, the council feel like going ahead and doing more for the city. -e's to some t. heavy responsibility. The King's government has to be carried on The majority in the House are ready to let it be carried on, but the minority refuse The bill on which the fight is tak- ing place, is, as it now stands, of min- or importance. It is merely a clor-k tor the design of the Opposition to "jutiuuuu .douse mignt with justice be postponed. It is simply seeking to carry on the business of the country. Moreover, it has not sought to cram any particular, bill down the 'throat of the Opposition. It has made no at- tempt to dragoon its opponents. On the cantrary the Government has made every reasonable and honorable attempt to meet their wishes. Sir Wilfrid has plead for a measure ac- ceptable to both parties and fair to both. He has modified the objection- able clause so that all savor of parti- anship has been taken from it. The Opposition is assuming a very grave responsibility. For the sake of party advantage-it is obstructing the country's business, prolonging the work of Parliament and bringing dis- tress to thousands -of civil servants and other creditprs of the Govern- ment. Should it, by these tactics, a dissolution of Parliament, it will go to the country condemned in advance, in the minds of well think- ing citizens, as composed of men. un- able to appreciate the responsibilities that devolve upon the Opposition, and therefore unfit to be entrusted with the still more onerous responsibilities of a Government. embarrass the Government. not this bill it would be some other. The Opposition which would dare adopt the last resource of Parliament- ary warfare in regard to so insignifi- YOUN'G COUPLE DROWNED Great Falls, June Baker aged 25 years, a rancher, residing be- lt it were tween Castner coulee and Deep creek growing district of Alberta and all the circulars that the department of agriculture can send out cannot bury Ihe actual facts, W'-i dear the bed artdressfp and fun ol- ,heir bugs and it holds good for years. a statement of! Very finely sifted wood s and the nature of the into he voiced his great regret at the r essity of purling with Mr. Webb anc concluded by presenting him, on be s madejhu'1" 01 t-he congregation, with a w the deputy head a Pas.e wuh oxalic acid will purse. Music and dancing con n an-v he-d tnom and move the hard brown crust sometimes! eluded the oveninc- jviow-ta wants; sucn statomont shall be verified by 5 formed by wnter on earthr-nw-ire D'.-daration of ihe claimant Shake a little salt and borax (thor- fflent of Agriculture a man, who i, or his aeont. I oughly) into the flour for an authority on agricultural concli- -wren oe- tions throughout the whole province. We want a man who is considerably j AND TAKE NOTICE that after the fore adding cold water. Starch made 14th day of July, 1003, the said The in this way will newr need straining Rev. Mr. Webb left Thursday night by the midnight express to join his brother at Ponoka, near Edmonton snore careful in composing circulars, for limited or extended cir- iculation, than Mr. Harcourt. IVhat Mr. Harcourt remarked in a is pretty nearly certain to Iso hie opinion as an official of the J rusts and Guarantee Company, Lim-! To prevent blisters training he crust ited. will proceed to distribute thr-i under "soft pies" grease the bottom assets of the said deceased amongst! not the sides of the pie plate or tin the persons entitled thereto, having j then press the crust down smoothly' regard only to the claims of which Milk will immediately and effectual- it shall then have had notice, and' ly extinguish the flamos from that the said The Trusts and Gu.ir-} line or any form of petroleum, since That's the complaint Sou-! antee Company. Limited, will not be it forms an emulsion with the'oil is to them Alberta has to make. We want h'able for the said assets or any part j A good remedy for roaches omcials who know what they are talk {thereof to ing about and Mr. Harcourt has cer- tainly established that he is not in class.. A GOOD DAY'S WORK ige uiu a, good Clay's work yesterday by almost un- tnereof to any person of whose claim' mix powdered borax with an equal it shall not then have received notice, quantity of sugar and set it in shaV Dated at Calgary, this 26th day of low dishes where the pests do most May, 1908. harm. A fired chimney can be put right The Trusts and Guarantee Company, Limited, A. G. Ross, Manager. W. C. Simmons, Solicitor for the said Company. by sprinkling salt or flour of sulphur on the fire. In bad cases block up I the fire place with sackings and old carpets. and will sec what ranch life will do for him. Queen's College KINGSTON, ONTARIO ARTS EDUCATION THEOLOGY MEDICINE SCIENCE (Including Engineering) rv Course may be with-' out. attendance. For Calendars, write the Registrar, Y. CHOWH, Kinf itoo, Ontario. OREGON'S SENATOR Portland, June Cham- bsrlain (Dem.) is the choice of the people of Oregon for the United States senatorship to succeed Charles W. Fulton (Rep.) and a Republican legislature lias boon -chosen to elect him. How large ma- jority over his opponent, George M.I C.ike (Rep.) is hard to say at this stage of the count, but from the re- turns at hand it is believed it will exceed and may be Cham- berlain's victory is more in the nature of a personal triumph. Oregon nor- cant a measure, would adopt it in regard to any bill. If the Government conceded the demands of the Oppo- sition today' it would have and his wife, aged 22 years, were a deep gully filled with waters from the Missouri river while crossing the August Wed'sworth ranch on their in flood nesclay noon. to Cascade Wed- morning a short time before Mr. and Mrs. Gentrv had been married oulv mally is Republican and Roosevelt's plurality was Chamberlain has twice been governor of the state. i 1904 electee HEAD OFFICE, MONTREAL Paid-up Deserve and Undivided Profits.............. 400 Charlie White's outfit cannot ge out to work but as soon as the flood abates he hopes to resume operations across the river. Piles are easily and quickly checked with Dr. Shoop's Magic Ointment. To prove it I will mail a small trial box as a convincing test. Simply ad- dress Dr. Shoop, Racine, Wia. I surely would not send it free unless f. was certain that Dr. Shoop's Magic Ointment would stand the teat. Re- member it is made expressly and alone for swollen, painful, bleeding or itching piles, either external or in- .ernal. Large jar 50c. Sold by J. J. "ohnston, i BOARD Sir JB.. Montagu Allan President OF DIRECTORS Jonathan Hodgson, Esq. Vice-President C. R Hosmer, Esq., Thos. Long, Esq., C. F. Smith Esq Hugh A. Allan, Esq., C. M. Hays, Esq., Alex. Barnet, Esc F. Orr Lewis, Esq. E'F-Hebden General Manager 4- 4- 4 4 4- 4- 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4- annum, compounded four times a year. P Drafts, Money Orders and Letters of Credit, payable in any part of the world, at current rates 4 LETHBRIPSE E. W. McMULLEN, Minafer ;