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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 18, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta Lethbridge Herald "PRiNTING CO., LTD. W. A. Buduman, Managing Director and Editor. SUBSCRIPTION In Advance 'Other! wse a year a year Per ADVERTISING 'Month Inch NOT A CONSERVAflVE VICTORY COL. TALBOT ATTACKS ORANGE LEADER Ottawa, Out.; March There was a violent scene in the 'House of Com- mon? late last night. Col. Talbot, member for Bellechase, made a violent attack on Dr. Sproule, Conservative newspapers are. eadoa voring to make out that the victory in Kew Brunswick a Conserva- tive but the leader of the new government there, Hon. J. D. Hazeu, knocks that idea in -the head. He savs, "I do not claim a victory. for the Conservative party.- from a speech the doctor is. well he might say that, for his sup- reported to have made at the Orange' porters are made up of Liberals and Conservatives, just as the defeated A CANADIAN HERO In the fciJl of 1S99 when the call forth for Britain's sons beyond she seas to go to her assistance in South Africa, among the first to en- Grand Lodge meeting at "Mount For-i est, concerning the province of Que-! NECHACO VAL- LEY LANDS IN B.C. boo, Talbot bitterly. assailed Sproule, and declared that he had no words j J. B; a Representative Farmer of available iu which to express his i contempt. j. 1 Soroule retorted that i naa government was composed of Conser- vatives aud Liberals. New Bruns- wick politically is. mugwump. A iutux's politics there are as change- able as the winds. Anv'wav. victory for a in j t u provincial elections is never a signjuu ae miguv siiggcs. of triumph in a Federal contest. Talbot had used m John Macdonald used to sav that T v n with Sir Oliver Mowat, the "Liberal challenge u vou, I defv vou to probe mto my statesman, m power in Ontario, he i was always certain of a majority in i e" j. He then left the chamber. the Federal elections. As a matter ;e, Alberta, is Offering Ftr Oily a Sfcort Tim a student a.t fact, during a. greater purt of Universityr While engaged "in one of the battles in the latter part of the Avar, a wound from.'a John's political career. Liberal gov-t ernrncn-ts were in power iu the pro- j vinces of Ontario, Quebec, bulk-t destroyed the sight of both, Nova Scotia and France Edward. 1's- ft was- onlj by a rairacle j laud. That fact never injured the I that his life was not -lost. Recover- ing -from his wound and undaunted the terrible ailliction, the young t provinces as it. was'-in Ontario that i C. P. R. VERY ECONOMICAL The Canadian Pacific Railway Com pany is practising economy with a They are now cutting otT per Acre Nechaco Val- ley Lands in B. C on ten Yearly Payments icic j iiuiu.. .cannot find a better investment, unexcelled. Being nearer the coast) JOHN T p POwER than Aiberta it has a milder climate pray.. Alberta. March Dominion Fair directors held a four hours session yesterday arranging for attractions for the fair UTK] petting out prize lists. The following sums wore allowed for' different exhibitions as prize money: Horses S9..000; cuttle S5..000: sheep On Saturday evening, a meeting of the Lethbridge Turf Association wtus held in A. E. Humphries office. Aid. Alf. Moodie of .'Calgary, President of the Western -Canada Racing Associa- tion was present for the purpose of assisting iu the arrangement of dates. It was decided to hold the spring' meet on Wednesday and Thursday, Jun-e 3rd and 4th. The following races and purses wore pui oh the pro gramme: i S1.5GG; swhu> poultry, dairy 5415; dogs fine arts j troi-or pace natural history district 'exhi- 2-20 trot or 2.25 pace............ Bits and-exhibits of agricultural pro- Free j or all trot or pace 400. and as British Columbia is short on' farm lands but a great demand; ducts Willis, proprietor of the Lyric theatre has decided to build a here. .It will vaudoviile house with aceomodation for "live hun- 408 Globe Paul, Minnesota. people- Thft 'theatre--will j be completed in time far the Domin- i ion Exhibition. FOR SALE OR TRADE t A despatch from Spokane for the products in her many great j NEW'-SIX-BOOMED HOUSE, good- ed today states that that .city will run a business men's excursion to Calgary -for.the Dominion Fair run- j At the council meeting- last night j and mining camps, what location. Small payment down, bal- !several of the committee submitted i lands there, are suitable for farming) ance easy'.' Apply Geo. Peacock. Leth- a- calamity would have 'caused ordeT'thdt'their tht- ensuing yarl and fruit -raising have always reach- j bridSe- i to ffivt- uo and become a charge 1.1, i., in soinf nnrticulars -V 'of! i i i_ I ;L _ _iu ___t I Act might be thorouschlv consid-j 'soint' pcrubai OIjed a very high figure whenever i tc. Oi uis and .I'the reports will show that they in-" 18-d rung several trains. trot 250- .1-1- mile dash (.Leth. Derby) 350. 5 mile dash 150. i mile pony race: heats. Ponies" 14A hands and under 125-. mile dash 300. mile heats.................. ISO. -j mile.dash............................150. 1 mile novelty 2W- Named Race, trot or pace for horses. which have competed and not money winners. 1 mite heats 2 .in 125. it not so our hero. H may be able to equip himself WIlQt do then? i He goes to the Treasury Department, s a train ior and remains j that he-may attain" his highest man-j j tjv hood and serve his country even bet- Und takeS a train tcr than ha did. upon the battlefield, j J mc at Jof Kosebud, to "thoroughly consider; tee rec-.ommendc-d that i dollars pt-r acre and it would not bej JS'anton example of his follower. Hiebert, an inspiration to the vouth of i and discuss" this act that Mr. Rob- j crt-son made such a fuss about. ifr. Robertson is not even'fitted for leader in a ifock Parliament. volve the expenditure of considerable amounts of monej" but in every case.' necessity is pressing. SITE FOR A FIRE HALL i transportation hue reached them. "When the Grand Trunk Pacific is j j completed' through .these lands in i i Nechaco Valley they will reach their I The Works and Property Commit- .j value of fifty to one hundred; such as would repajr an hun- whu-tcvcr Canada.can do for Mulloy's one ambition is to be for service anrt it should be denied him. ELECTING COUNCILLORS, included in the estimates for the pisrchitse of a. site and the erection 01' a ure hall. Aid. Ives did not think L the sum would the hall. The .Mayor sairi that WAS the intention to build only luil thi j surprising if they were selling at i fifty dollars per acre by this time next! year. The Grand Trunk Pacific peo- pay i or j jagt year gc j c j in the valley and offer the same this j ;year. The Hudson's Bay people! ir at once and farmed there for 50 years and j Duff' M- P- P" in lhc r has made viai-tablc giving "no 'calamily has invaded our midst to touch our heartstriiig-s. Tha Her- as rovide for tl eiection citwen unnocessury, while J is knew of the the COUndl heaUh n-ight faint when they contemplated expendH widd attontion and commftnfU. Aiu. Ivos ond said theyj J of oats per acre only bng Wheat and clover do well ind all wd and V6f Mes' to make quickly to thirty thousand del- !lars 'on a small investment in land! 0 T 1 fenen, Letn-i a t Mi J bridge, Alberta, Box 63, as these lands people have been will positivelv be increased to S12 a fi a the same as the other companies are tion. If the suggestion were that they were starting where %ild on behalf of young Mul-i out; in the city of Lethhridse it would! :1 IKIVC- ten years ago.. T Joy, the hero of the great-; nifc3n lhat lhe elected; Aid. Adams, and Hutton ventured P. 01 the college. In consider-; year would be dectedMndividual-! thut thc- his ices rendered, of his Jy first, second and third1 aldermen kicking fur these things for a long Tor greater service, of our own aml not collectively as at present. j t.'V. row they can have them.; 4f rvl >i. Annv AJ. 1.A4V i.tiVC ior opposing- the re-election of jrive of our al.undoiicc that we may i any Olle nieniber of the in a measure as eyes to the blind.' other Jt wall be n national disgrace if! the expense and trouble of another i waterworks committee. The report1 -Lorne Mulloy returns to Canada c-Iectioa although the people are anx- wwuu.tutl, xvithout his education because the: ions -.ivery snort tune as 0111 blessing of sight, of our nhiljty lo Sielp und our duly to do so, let us the Jneccsssiry fng. recommended the expenditure of retain their services. Every TOO on waterworks" extensions and were not forthcom- mvmbt.-r of the council should not I on sewer extensions. thus be forced to answer for the sins oi or more: of the other members. tnings ior a row they can have SEWERS AND WATER MAINS j .--The payments wi.ll be S3 per lhe engineers report on extension. firgt vear and faalance in 9 equal an., sew-ers and wau-r mams was adop-jnual installments. A deposit of i inual We do not expect to keep this opportunity open oply a a 1 1 i two aldermen have to undergo i ted on the recommendation of the- If there are any others think; Every man should be elected by him- wny-let thorn send their contri- .self and his own merits.' buttons to Sir Sanford Fleming, or] 'It happens that in their ef- to Col. T. Irwin, secretary of the fort.s to defeat an undesirable candi patriotic fund, Ottawa, or to thc! date tlu- electors "plump" for an- Herald. The H..-rald will gladly bear other and by so doing cause the cle- tbe trouble ;uid expense of forward-; feat of a very desirable candidate. If ing all funds and will-acknowledgej every alderman felt that faithfnl ser- contributions in 'its columns, vice would win election by acciam- wJjcneA-er they may sent. ation. more good men, who are will- jng fa cijv object to the few persons in on the ground floor. I Kead the following copy from the A CITY MARKET Vancouver Daily Province, Feb. 19, The- ilarkets and Immigration Com j 190S, and then in it tee recommended the placing of an allowance of in "the estimates for u citv market. Room 13 Hotel Coaidale, or P. O. Box! Aid. Adams thought that it should; 63, Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada be made so as to cor res- j________ _ I pond with thc .ict-im.i.t.-.c I B. SNELL other estimates. LET US HAVE-A MARKET nn election, would on our conn- Tne City Council might get at once and arrange for the cs-: '''h'.: 'tAblishmciit of a market. Thc farm- i 8Way with cliqiu system would Aid. Ivor, doubted whether was enough to provide a site and the necessary buildings, The report was adopted. FOR THE FIRE BRIGADE Thc Fire. Wotrrr and IJght commit- i 'tfie1 jjuruiiuiif; of a do I team for a sum not exceeding NECHACO VALLEY MANY .AMERICAN SETTLERS j Twenty-Two Thousand Acres Have Been 'Sold in the Middle States Papers FOR 1908 Our Spring stock is now ready for your inspection. Yoii will find our prices right, and the quality and designs of our papers the best. Our cheap papers are good and our good papers are cheap. Call early and make your selections New Whitney Block rule find prevent want it, und so do those wide j introduction of party politics into awake citixens, who want to culti-i municipal affairs, ax is so common in ti hose wagon for S680 and the! payment for the fire alarm system when completed, SOnO. GERMAN LUTHERAN COLONY Big Trek in Northern Cariboo Will j vatc a, mendly ferling witTi the farm-1ine provinces. Lethbridge cnnnot do too much! This is not the ward system which i If you have catarrh, rid yourself to encourage, the rapidly growing i more iniquitous, than tliat j of this repulsive disease. Ask Dr. i Nechaco Valley in the Cariboo dis- population to do their it tends to j Snoop, of Racine, Wis., to mail you i which will be traversed by the in this cit.v and if one thing! policy and makes .sectional free a trial box of Dr. Shoop's! Grand Trunk Pacific railway, will be more than another, will give that en- feelings with resulting jealousies. it is a market, where Th the farmers can tie up their horses, member feed a produc propocd method would mean that the council Catarrh Remedy. test, will surely A simple, singlejthe objcctivc this spring of hundreds tell you a 4 .x of settlers from the middle states. would truth well worth your knowing. Write fcwl ami'water them, .-and retail .their I be elected individually by the elec-j today. Don't surfer longer. At a'l 1 Twenty-two thousand acres of land ioraic oi luu wliole citv. dealers. there have 1 ready been disposed of. AGENTS FOR Victor Berliner Gramophones and Records ;