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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 30, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta PAOC TWO LETHBRIDUfc, TUESDAY, JUME 30 ItOt, DaOv HeroM colored paper supplement class. When you Wj10 js to be president in newspaper has to use colored pnii0 Was almost loo surprised be seen, it is n clear acknowledge- neat of weakiuws. The Free Press s 100 good a paper to resort to any Printed by Daily Herald Printing Ltd., every lawful evening at iu office, Bound Bt.. Lethbridfe, Alberto, W. A. BUCHANAN, MaMfinf Di- rector and Editor. Rataa Daily. year, deliTefad M-M Doily, air tooath, delivered, 2.M Daily, three moothu, delivered.. I.M Daily, one month, delivered J6 Daily, one year, by mail 3.0C Dally, Biz monthi, by mail Daily, tbiee mouths, by mail M Herald, one year changed aa often aa de- sired; but both new and old address oust be given. OUR COAL LANDS The policy of leasin coal lauds instead of soiling them such means to attract attention. It is just as that a lot of little two-by-four Innks going out of business. In most cases they are poorly managed and are in existence to serve the ends of some individual, drop out of exist- Thc sooner they ence the bolter. The Montreal Gazette, a stronp Conservative journal, Ifcis this dig at the Conservative obstructionists in Parliament: There is talk at Ottawa of a ten days' adjournment of Parliament in order that members may take part in the Quebec Ii-'-.'S1, provided the business of the session is not finished by July 17. It will probably be well for the members U bestir themselves and cet the work done before the big to answer. It was the first time haiJ ever heard a fish speak. Xover- ihe.loss. he agreei! that he would lib- era to the if the jjnvc hiiu llie information. "WiHmin Howard K.IU! the ush, iis-.ii, in urcord- with the i-.-rms of his promise, 5lr. Prute tossi-d the fish back into the water. It is u singular fact that the fish in question wus the that ever caught in this the country. of WHAT'S XKEDKD IN% NIW voinc "Fork over your in -tu-y, now, or I'll blow your brainr-i -Jit" away, niy fellow! A "an gel York :t not without uiufi-v.1 can- outright does not meet with the ap-' low b-'gins. proval of John Herron, Conservative member for Pincher Creek. He thinks thai they should be alienated in perpetuity and his reason for thinking so is that prospectors no longer find it worth their while to look for coal lands. It may be pointed out, however, that the in- terests of the general public ate of much greater import than those of a few prospectors, who hope, to maki- fortunes out oi coal speculations. The coal resources of Western Canada are sufficiently well known for the country to dispense with any aid. which may be derivable from pros- pectors and speculators. Such aid is usually necessary in the early of the mineral development of People iiro gettiifg the collap.se of business methods Parliament, have lost interest in hat Parliament does, and if they re further disgusted by u re-assemb- of the m.-inb'Ts in August, may o things at thi> m'xt .'K-ctiou that surprise the incapables. J CANADIAN NORTHWEST OIL CO. The following letter from the col- umns of the Victoria Colonist, is of interest here, as there is quite ti large quantity of stock held by lo'j parties. SHAKES OF CANADIAN' NOHT11- WICST OIL COMPANY A FIRST CLASS IXVESTMKNT Uftt 11 tUH M PTER SIZES New Shapes received by express today Co. Ltd, and Retail lETMUlKE TONIGHT'S WRESTLING MATCH Judging by the keeu interest that is being shown over the wrestling match tonight at Oliver's Hall be- tween Frank Mncdunukl and Frank Maxwell, there will likely bu n, lurgo crowd witnessing the event. Macdon- uld very juuch doubts tho superiority Harwell over him on the mat when in.good training as itacdonald has been working hard bo in per- fect condition, he thinks his chances ure good for a win- Maxwell is con- fident that he can put it over his op- ponent just ns hawiily us on tho oc- casion of their previous meeting, lie however expects Matxioimld will hn in improved condition uud give him a harder run tluui before. A battle royal is expected. Pre- liminaries will be put before I ha big event. NOW LOOK CUT FOR ANECDOTES (Chicago Tribune) TAFT C Spedul IJ ncl a country; but there comes a time, when such services become unwar- rantably expensive, because prospec tors are apt to lead the investing public into unsound ventures; anc to induce folk to give them something for nothing. So that prospecting i generally synonymous with specula tion. The government now only lease coal lands. The leases may not b for longer than 21 years; and ar granted ou the condition that th coal is worked within a year of th date oi issue. The lessee has, uior over, to pay a ground-reut oi SI pt acre per annum, aud a royalty on tl output of b cents a ton. The grounc rent is a second safeguard again the holding of coal lands for speci lation; and the whole tendency of the regulations is to compel opera- tion at an early date. Mr. Herrou argues that the lease discourages a man or company of men from sink- ing capital in the requisite machinery to develop a mine; and the best reply that can be given to that is the fact that there have been 64 licenses is- sued since June 15, 1Q07; The op- position, in Parliament, have time and again posed as the guardians of the public's interests in connection with the disposal of natural resourc- es of the country. But Mr. Herron shows whose interests they have most at heart. And is it not the intellects of the men of the prairie, who want cheap coal, but of capitalists and sp-jcuLitors, who "toil not neither do thfy but somehow manage to increase the cost of everything they happen to matter whether it be grain, beef, timber or coal. Vlt-x. of this city claims to be the first man to have discovered jresulenliul timber in William How ird Taft. "When Willie Taft. was a iule lad, about knee high to a said he today, "1 see him out back of the burn one day studying a. a book. All the other boys was play in' ketch. lie, .you'll be president yon keep on studying'.' on ho will, be gosh." And I says, says 1. 'Wil- OIIK' day ti And 1 reck- Mr. Cuiiutcv CANADA'S BIRTHDAY Canada as a federated nation thirty-one years old tomorrow. In the history of nations, there is none other thnt has nvide such rapid pro gres? as our own Dominion of Can hopes to be appointed postmaster oi Landing. tiallopolis, Miss El- vira U. Skimrnerhorn of this city is authority for the statement that she was once the .sweetheart oi William Howard Tnu. and still thinks ot hiui with considerable tenderness. When interviewed last evening she blushed modestly at the soft impeachment, and asserted that it was true. "We had quite an affair when were in grammar school together. Willie was ten years old. Nothing serious ever came of i'. because I thought there was a great disparity in our ages, and papa thought it not wise for us to wed." Miss de Skimmer- horn did not wish to tell her age. but she looks it whatever it uiuy be. was becomingly costuuie-il in a heath gown. Bird Jas. T. Figgitt, instructor in elocution a.t he deaf and dumb asylum in this city tells an amusing story about tbe republican nominee for president 'One day, ns 1' was waiting for a car in Cincinnati, a manly little came up, and, seeing that 1 was tired of waiting, offered to help me. 1 him in courteous terms and inquired his name, said he, modestly. 'Some day you will be o groat said I, 'a governor .gen- eral oi .some foreign possessions, or a secretary of war, or perhaps even a president of the United States.' TTe thanked me and said he would run homo and tell his T had To the1 Shareholders: A largo number of people, upon the strength of representation made by me, bought shares in the Canadian Northwest Oil Co. As most of these purchases were nin.de at a time when the property of the Company was only a very ex- cellent prospect, the investor had to depend almost wholly upon my faith in the proposition, as indicated by the fact, that I withdrew from all other engagements, and devoted my time and energy exclusively to the promotion, the company, and the management, under the directors, of its affairs without salurv. 1 naturally appreciated very highly the confidence thus displayed by these people in my judgment, and am anxi- ous that they should secure the best possible results from their invest- ments. Under the circumstances, therefore, 1 may be pardoned lor venturing to GET YOUR I GERMAN'S SHOES AT the Great Lakes and the Gulf of St Lawrence; today it extends from th Atlantic to the Pacific and from th United States to the North Pole Then, ihe people were divided bj unit, all being united in the brpthor- advise them not to dispose oi their shares at the present time, although the prices now being eflered represent a very considerable profit to them. The property, I am. happy to say, is no longer merely a prospect, for, al- though its actual value has 'not yet been fully demonstrated, there is very much better reason today for the pri- ces now quoted for shares than there was for the figures at which the per- sons in question originally pur- chased. My personal opinion is that there is no investment available today as good as-the .shares-oi the Canadian- Northwest Oil Company.at the pre- vailing prices, and that unless share- holders required money for very spe- cial purposes, they ought not to dis- pose of their holdings. WANTED Tbo Lethbridge public and .the -travelling public to know the Hub Cafe is aa clean and up-to-date restaorant as there is in Alberta, anil that strictly white help is employed. Charges moderate Strawberries end Cream HIS IEEI FOR 15c BASEBALL RESULTS EASTHUN: At Buffalo .........................3 Rochester .....................o At Newark .........................3 Providence ...................G At Jersey Baltimore ......................2 Jersey City ....................4 At Toronto .........................O Montreal .......................3.4.1 NATIONAL: At Philadelphia ....................9.13. Boston .........................2.10. AMERICAN: As Philadelphia- Washington ...................0.4.' Philadelphia ...................4.11. NATIONAL: At Brooklyn- New York .....................7.10. Brooklyn .....................11.14.2 AMERICAN: At New Boston .........................4.11.2 New York .....................1.5.2 NATIONAL: At Ciiiciimati ...................5.8.0 Chicago BARGAINS in REAL mm at prices to suit the time A limited number of lots OH Westminster Road near Courtland Street Each dowu and balance in throe annual instalments with interest at 8 per cent You cannot beat it The C. I. toman tet Iffice Hart flue ill MADAM NORMAN N; (OrchMtral PianitU) TeachtT of organ, ittb production. VisiU. or receivea pupiia, prepara- tory or Howard HtUM. W.8.QALBRAITH, M.O.C.M. McQill 9J p.m. 914 RedpAth Bt. Before ORf. McCLURC 4 STEWART, Sur feon DentiiiU. Office to 1 p.m. 6p.m. HAMILTON VOUNQ Eitf turn Mid Room Block. LOTS C F.P.Conybwa, K.C., D.C.L., B. Morton B. C. L CONYBEARE JONES Barristers, Office: Conybeare Block. W. C. SIMMONS AJvocato. BarriMtr, Etc. Office: Southard Block. 75 II et Alberta Realty Co Lethbridge Alberta R. G. ADD I SON Successor To B. C. MOORE Furural Director and I to Presbyterian OfiurcK Office Phone 108. 131. WILL BUILD H. B. ROAD Gait, June 30.- Dr. Sylvester Mov- er, of Preston, formerly a dentist, was nominated by the'Sonth Waterloo Re- form association.; to contest the fod- eral seaf'againsl George Glare, the present member. Hon. G. P.- Graham was the chief speaker and declared that the Hudson Bay railway would In order to accommodate such per- be built and that the Wetland canal sons as purchased their shares from me, and who fat-i it Accessary to real ize to some extent npon them, I am prepared to advance money upon the security of thi'ir certificates to meet their requirements, nnd thus enable them, without inconvenience, to take advantage of the rise in the of the shares, which, in my opinion, is a certainty in the near future. AKTFTONT AXDRllSOX. 1203 fJovornmenl Street. Victoria, H. C. Office hours: From 9 a. m. to (5 p. m. would be deepened. or CANADA Capital, Rest ani Un- divided Profits Exceed Canadian Asso- ciation Money Orders, payable in all parts of Canada and the United States, sold at all Branches. Drafts and Telegraph Transfers issued.. .Exchange bought and sold. given to Banking by Mail! -Savings AeCftUlts inay be started -with deposits of 11.00 Ot tipwards. Interest at highest current rate paid four times a year. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH: J. R. Anderson, Manager. completely forgotten the incident, un- til T saw his picture the othfr day and recognized in Mr. Taft the little boy who helped me wait for the street cnr. Ananias Hector T'rnie. Rsq.. of this city is a. prominent fisherman, ntit to use n jshortor and iiRlior word. Tie is the class, creed and nationality; today wel, known of nlore uncorroh. from to shore the nation is a I Orat.-d now stories than any other hood of Canadianism. Then, Canada was recognized by the nations of the world as merely n dependency of Great today she is recogniz- ed everywhere as the partner in the empire of Greater Britain. At that time, Canada and her resources were unknown, while now, the eyes of all the world fire turned to our groat un- developed wealth. Then, CanarLmns imported a great deal of their food- stuffs, but today the Canadian plains are known as the granary of the world and grain in ever increasing millions of bushels is being sent to feed the hungry milions of Europe and Asia. At Confederation, C.mada was given the full righLs of ernment but not without serious mis- givings by many of Britain's states- men who doubted the wisdom of al-l lowing a colony to govern itsHf. tcr thirty short years. states-! men are glad to honor our stitesmfn. to give them greater power and to consult them in the matters of Em- pire. Canada, today is the elder son in the British partnership and by the foreign nations is trillingly recogniz- ed fts a nation of full standing. What other people in thirty years ever au tained such standing, acquired such wealth or made such progress in statesmanship as has this nation of thirty-one years, this Canada of ours? story: Forty years ago while he was fishing one day he succeeded in j landing a large fish. Ife was about to add it to his string when to his astonishment the fish began to -speak'. "Will you let me go jf j tell LETHBRIDGE THURSDAY- JUY 2 Afternoon Performance Only IT RINGS TRUE THROUGHOUT tlurt rver Chlcaco." OUR POINT OF VIEW The dear old Dominion is 31 years of age and she never looked bctf-ir or felt better than she does right now. The Manitoba Free Press is the paper to degenerate into FROM Knockers OE Lethbridge District Good Lord Deliver Us And if publishing and sel- ling "Flood1' Pictures isn't "knocking" the country T vrant a name for it. LOOK AT THE LABEL and be sure you drinTc only thoso beverages bottlnd by the Lchtbridgo Brewing and Malting Co., Ltd. This ?.me on a battle i? a gill edge guar intee that the consols Lire absolutdy inrc and clean every respect, and hat they are finest end car-i )onated beverages offered for sale. LETHBRIDGE BREWING MALTING COMPANY, Ltd 21 Per Cent reduction from otir usual moderate prices from to- day until loth July. Sfon. my reader, know from past experience what that TRUTH I ya KPCTH WfJ KM THE FKT IIIUL MLM1 TOM IF TK tmm, MI- ULI III HUH IF TIE FAMWS UKI HE AH WSO MULT IF OKU. HAIIII FEATIIEI A. L. Roy P.O. LUi 82 AMUSEMENT SENSATON S OF NEW YORK CITY Ccwbtyt, Wild Wot Girli, Vaqaerat, SenontM, Rvakx, Men tat pioaa of the Lariat, Roufb Rtdm, Line Riders, Ranft Riders, Pony Express VrTrrsM, PioBeeri, Trappers, Huaten, Scoots, aad OU Timers of the WiUcrnm, Explorers, M Fifteen, Steer Throwers and Steer Tiers, Hone Wrufkn, Boftaloe, Loaf-homed Tew Cattk, Backinf BnmcbMMxl j N __ tor twv ail other real, actual, fea- wne, Mnoa-pnvt deniicm of the cow-camp ao4 nngt, reprodec- iflf the Sfortt, FrriVcs, Games, Unaii GaBantriet, Peri, Combtti, Adveri- tara Rocaintk PzHy Hippemgs of their fires. ETerjthinf except TeadeHbatl Ind'nM from Camp-fire and Council, making their fine acyiajr-tiive wkh tavtk Nacre AcconCranem and Paint, and exhibmnf that War Thr.ca cdMr WrirJ Rkn awt O pMiBMt, Saraferas, Horsemaoabfp, low and Arrow Skill, Method? of TnXof, Trapping aaW AavbviMkfl Wotern mremeac pervades oar erery lonf and varied pimmiuat Zroy act fc ttpkal of UK Itioch aod Range. Wkbcvt Circvs, Vaufevilk or Theatric adjunct iS il'H U M. JOHNSTON Barmter and Solicits Office adjoining Ulbbricife. Bank, TfUIlL rORENOON 5TRECT FHIWbE g 1 yovr owaioa of if you are not fiat the tkorocghfiuw in the roontinf. HI heir earlier for FKEt and wekome iraacction of our ladian Sf 1 Tkkett on mk at the ITOWN'I condfJOMriy fram a. m. F. B. ROLFSON ARCHITECT Room .1 Whitnvy Block. JAS. A. MACDONALO ARCHITECT Southard Block, Rtdpath Strooi Aita. ALVIN RIPLEY ACCOUNTING, AUDITING, COL- LECTIONS and RENTALS Life and Accidtnt Room 5 Whitney Block Lethbridge Lodge (34) A. F. A. M., G. R. A. Regular meeting night, ihe third Thursday of each month in the Masonic HaLi, P. O. Block! at 8 p.m. Visiting brethren will always receive a hearty welcome. A.C.MESSER, G.V.STORKEY, W. M. Secretary, P. 0. Bex 1st and ord Mondays in K of P Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren are cordially invited. a. DAVIES, w.p. 24-ly T. .7. WHITE, W. S Lethbridge Nest of Owls. Lelhbridge- Nest o! Owls, No. 158. will meets the first and third Wednesday oi each month in K. of P. Hall. G. V. STORKEY, Secretary. C. ROSS TATE, President. M. PRIEST. Junior Past Preo Canadian Order of Foresters Cwt UdMfe Ik 262 Meets iii K. of P Hall last Thursday of month. Visiting Brethren Welcome J. F. ROGERS, C.R. A. NEIDIG, F.S Pride- of Alberta, No. 2 SOTS of [cqliBd Benefit tact] Mwl in UK. of Pythin-HaJl nml thins Tlnira my il< Ikr nt. 8 p.m. Lr. tlnvn sre! W. 1'iif. Ftnl T. Rollings, c. Hint 57. LtTHBRIDQE i.Olrut NO. M C. B. P. O. E. Meets on the second Tuesday of each month Hi 8.15 p.m. E. A. SRARMAN. M. E- K- Secretary. NOflTH-WEST A530C1AT10W OF STATIONARY ENGINEERS Jlect in Ihe Hall and and fourth MooJays in MM month. Employen rerjuirinf certificated ek- ginocra, and omt of employ- ment, wrroM do wdl to eoaiMBicato with w. KEVIN, Chwi W. A. D1CKSON, SecreUry. ;