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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 16, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta A TUItDAY, J U N E TS. Daily HeraM ed himself us wel 1 satisfied ith the treatment he received at. the hands of Printed ty the Daily Herald Printing IM.. Itouod evening at Bi.. A. BUCHAMAM, M Editor. i ing oilkers. 1 >.fr Ives is merely makiug ail rt to get u list of voters to use for 10 purposes of the Conservative par- am! in doing so is using ory tactics of misleading tho people y insinuating that tho HsU may ouded up with illegal votes U they on't get their names entered right way. lie evidently imagines he is 2.00 1.00 3.00 1.75 .85 1.50 year, delivered Daily, toonth, delivered, Daily, three month-, delivered Daily, one luouUi, delivered Daily, one year, by mull Ditty, by mail Daily, thiee mouths, by mail Weekly Herald, oue year Addresses changed as often, as ae- Mired; but both uew aud old adores be given. JUST A DODGE Above the signature of William C Manitoba erta, for and not in this proviuco, Cardston Budget Cardslou, June Haymond team visited Citrclstou for a roturn game winch piuyru riiauy uuvi noon. As this half holiday a big mauhood suffrage, the glory of very free born British subject revails. No one needs to register with Mr. ves. By so doing your iot get on the voters' list. Mr. Ives' 1st is for other purposes. OUR POINT OF VIEW With the wheat heading out now the harvest should commence early in July. Ives, the chief Conservative mogul o this city, the folloxving very choit morsel has been given publicity. EIJ2CTO11S HEGlS.TElt To the As the Dominion Election A makes no provision for the registra- tion of voters in Alberta, 1 wouid like to suggest that you take the matter into 5'our own hands and for that purpose and in order that our next member for the House of Com- mons may be selected by you, and not by illegal votes, 1 invite you to enroll your names on a list at my office at your earliest convenience. Please understand that this enroll- ment in no way pledges your vote to any or either of the candidates. Yours truly, W. C. IVES. Lethbridge, June 12th, 100S. Our friend Mr. Ives, like the repre- sentatives of his party at Ottawa, seems to delight in making insinua- tions. He wants to appear before the public as a a rnai 4who will prevent the people from ios ing their franchise. As a matter o fact, the letter quoted would indicat that the gentleman, was eudeavoriu] to hoodwink the electors. When dt' W. C. Ives develop into a. registra- tion clerk? Who gave him the power to register names? Does the letter not mean, purely and simply, that Mr. Ives is working a scheme to get the names of electors for the benefit of the Conservative party? The let- ter, though, might lead some people, not acquainted with the Conservative party and its methods to the conclusion that they The city is to be praised for putt- ing men at work removing weeds from the streets. By all means let us have streets. weediess boulevards and B. E. Walker, president of the Ca- ladian Bank of Commerce, says the rop outlook in the West, from the i-ports received by the bank, is good rhc natural result of a good crop, intimates will be that money will >e easier, municipalities will find hemselves able to sell their bonds, uid some of them perhaps will take id vantage of this perhaps to plunge o improvements on the old iargt. scale. This will not be justified, he says, for the country needs caution is well as crop. crowd turned out to witness it. The new grounds made newssary since the Hood were located west of the sta- tion on the Blood Eoserve. The grass proved somewhat slippery at times, but otherwise the locution was satis- factory. The game at fust was somewhat one- sided and the Cardston boys did not come up to expectations. Tho visitors spun round the diamond 5 times while the home team hud u solitar) run. Thus stood the seore at the be ginning of the G inning, Ktiy mond made 2 more. The outlook swmed hopeless but the tide turned and Cardston woke up or R'lymon I i was rattled. The 7th und 6th innings1 went nil the homo team's way, at end, 7-7 was the score. U innings made no change. The game wont on until in Ihe 12th inning with two UK-n on bases, E. Harris went to bat and brought them both home ridge has put the cheese factory at great disadvantage. Its patrons are on'one side of .the St. Mary's, or the majority of them and the factory on the other. Will be for one appeaia'nce at the so to the end of the chapter he is William Fielding just as that other great "man who ran the Halifax "Chronicle" before him, Joseph Howe to wit, was Joseph Howe all his days. Nova Scotia should be proud of Finance Minister Fielding. He jas not the paleolithic grandeur of Tupper. He resembles nothing so much as a locomotive after a fast run, breathless, _sizzling, steaming, bursting, pent-up force and driv ing power. He is nimble, bustling, However, efforts are being made to it in a boat and .-run a small ferry so that passengers and sundry milk shipments can be crossed. It is sincerely desired that-repairs be made here as soon as possible by the Public Works department as the trip now has to be made via the Card- ston bridge near Harker and Allen's mill lor all residents east of the" St. Mary's. Personals Insp. W. J. Brown oi Medicine Hat came in this week and paid us a brief visit. The country schools were not visit ed and some teachers are sorrowing in consequence. The visit was made to Cardston School only. Mr. Brown is alwavs welcome in Cardston as his ATHLETIC PARK