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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 29, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 6 The Letkbridge Daily Herald, Tuesday, March 29.1910. OUR AMBITION Is To Fill The Bill For A Greater Lethbridge First Prize cam- ition ad, Submitted by Clarence Sherlock tlTE handle all kinds of fine dressed and rough lumber, including scantlings, boarding, ceiling, roofing, siding, shingles, laths, etc. A LSO doors, windows and frames. a complete stock of lime, brick, plaster, ce- ment, building paper, tar paper and coal. A ND we have the agency for Ruberoid Roofing everything is the best of its kind. THE Pioneer Lumber Co. LTD CONSERVATIVES! A meeting of the Conservatives of the Southern half of the Federal Hiding- of Med- icinc4Hat, will be held in CALEDONIAN HALL On TUESDAY. MARCH 29T1I At 8 O'clock For the purpose of appointing delegates to the National Convention at Ottawa. June 15 and 16. EATERY CONSERVATIVE ATTEND x- MMR.F. D.MOXK is USELESS Feeling Among Ottawa: Conservatives That His! i "Usefulness Is Gone." GREAT TRIBUTE TO LAURIER Montreal Witness Tells Of LADY LAU1MEK IS SUPPORTED Prominent Spokane Woman on Marriage Question The recent illness Laurier from which of Sir -he has Wilfrid happily recovered litis prompted the Montreal Witness, a candid friend of the Pre- mier's to pay one of the finest tri- butes which has ever been evoked by his worth as a public man. During Spokane, Wash., March fully agree with Lady Laurier, wife of the Premier of Canada, that 'American girls should wed here.' American girls possessing proper pride should not want to wed scions of worn out loitering monarchies." Mrs.May Arkwright Ilutton, presi- dent of the Equal Political League of REV. LEWIS G. WILSON OF General Secretary of the Uni- tarian Church, of the U.S. Will Speak Upon "THE OF UNI- TARIAN CHRISTIANITY" In Knights of Hall on Tuesday Evening, March 29th 8 o'clock Don't Fail to Hear This Gifted Speaker Admission Free-All Welcome (BIGAMIST GETS LIMIT OF THE LAW M n Premier's Achievements Ottawa, -Mar. 2S. The Conserva-: km" convention called for next Juue j ihas noi been postponed, but there is j a possibility that it may bo. Since Mr. j F. D. Monk joined forces with Mr. 1 i Henri Bourassa there has been little sympathy between him and the Con-j iriervative party. However, some of the j i French-Canadian Conservatives in the! 'House who have been following Mr. j iMonk are recanting, it being taken for j i granted that Mr. Bourassa's influeiu-i? j in Quebec has waned enough to the forecast that the Nationalist i party in that province has seen 'brightest days. A announcement that I.Mr. Armaud Luvergue has been re- ceived buck iuto the Liberal fold is! ing -slrides hi material prosperity Europe, who possible within a short time, and this importance. The oppression. This class eini- breaking of the forces of Mr. i ul.ltion has increased from under to America and amassing til is sure to impair srill further Mr. the fourteen years of his premiership Washington and wife of Levi Hut- the Witness points out, Sir Wilfrid lias been almost continually in har- ness, making a record us a ruler that has won for him the respect of all and the honor of most Canadians. "Under him Canada has made amaz- lon, a millionaire mining man, say this in a signed statement in the Spokesman-Review. She adds: "American girls who marry foreign titles are usually those whose ances tors came from the so-cailed people have felt the iron with the Quebec Seven Ycai B ring's Whines From I Hamilton Prisoner to or 50 per cent.; hvhere-with to purchase such luxurie theotal overseas trade has increased as foreign titles, perhaps posses to rule where the; This is the most chai an from about to innate or more than 2 1-2 umes: the bankionc'e served. notes in NEW MILLINERY Shapes, Flowers, and Girls' Ready-to-Wear Hats Aiso a special line of Children's Hats G. A. COOKSLEY Cor. Dufferin and Crabb Sts. Hill Block STOLE BILL Monk's Influence Conservatives. QJA S Ever since Mr. Borden became lead- Qf the (_'onservatjve party Mr. Monk lhas been a disturbing element, but the genera! feeling among Conservatives is that he has come 10 the end of his I and that a new French Con- servative party will arise on the ashes: w odd or between of the old. four times; two new flourishing This new party, of whicn it is said! provinces have been added to the old-! "I agree with Lady Laurier that, English Suffragette movement is'anci circulation liave increased ltable construction that seK-respectin from about to can Put the folly of odd or more than double: the total as Lady Laurier puts Clever Police Work at Weybuni Weybuni, Mar. 28. Constable Thompson yesterday performed a clever piece of police work and did it quickly ioo. John Korzoloski and his son arriv- ed in with a carload of stock from Winnipeg; While paying the freight on the car at the station wick- et Korzoloski carelessly left his pock- Another consignment of oclo or more tuian uoume; me IULU.I Y-V deposits of the people in the banks I bu-vinS piece of goods irrj freight charges at the wicket, he turn- et book lying on one of the benches in the waiting room which was filled with newcomers. Having paid Hamilton Mir "S-Wm S 4t nwit -ot the' limit of the law, seven ton penitentiary, when he appeared be- i Mr. D. O. Lesperance, of Quebec, may er Ones; industries have sprun have increased from ?193.000.000 odujupcn Too much good AmenM around to find a child playing with cash has already gone into Pocketbook. Taking the pocket- of profligate nobility. jbook from the child he looked into "I aerce with F.nth- and to kis fouml a one lhous- dollar bill and a note for the leader, will probably be cora-; on an sides, and some of them are ipleted in -time to be represented at' now of international importance: i the Juue Convention, but if it is de-i river CDaimels and canals have been !Sain ascendency over sane methods in !beetl siwinS nearby, lie being one of EAST IS NOT SO ACTIVE AS THE WEST. fore Magistrate Jelfs to-day. j After admitting bis guilt Xash be- to whine excuses. I "Your act was that, of a heartless said the magistrate. n L ition will be postponed until the organ- j "You married a girl who was the jization is completed, i playmate of your youth.and before she !not womanly, and I earnestly hopo tllat such militant tactics will never was missing. Suspicion tell upon a man wno had iirod that a month or two longer is required it is possible ithat 'the convtn deepened and widened and harbors fitted for the exigeucies of modern commerce; public utilitie-s have reach- America. i was delivered of her first born child her, caring 'you deliberately deserted _'.not what became of her. London, Marcn a meeting of. the Canada Company, the chairman, J. "Then you came jo this country and C. Wild, in speaking of Such measures arc an in- sult to American womanhood. Am- erican women will be given thc fran- ed a high state of efficiency in thejchlse by a class_of voters who Constable Thompson busy within cities, and thousands of miles of that ic is to their interest to dojlen minutes. He pointed out the man ol Americans who had just :irrived b-v the Doming train. Co ing out of the station TAR DISTILLING. matters, said the governments of On- anotlier ruining her life. I will on, probably ive you the Plant to be Erected at Steelton, Ont. Sauk Ste. Marie, Ont., March Brunswick seemed to be lethargic compared to the activity of the west- ern provinces. The Canada Company, he said, could not compete with the advantages offered further west. iston. way have been built or are projected all over the country- All this has happened during the Laurier regime. Sir Wilfrid's continuous reign as the Prime Minister has only twice before equalled in British annals in [so. nnd Vow ilimit tne law- seveii years in King- The solicitor for the Lake Superior and Aewj tt tne case of Walpole and the younger The Alexandra Hotel CREW DROWNED OFF SCOTTISH SHORE. Cuxhaven, England, -March Norwegian freight steamer DisJe, bound from a Scottish port, capsized in the mouth of the Elbe while a sev- ere storm was raging -to-day. The crew of fifteen persons were urown- ed. Corporation yesterday accepted the proposition of the town of in regard to the location of the land i of the company of the Dominion Tar; Distilling Company. The assessment of the new concern will Tje annually for the next ten years. The water -supply and other minor conces- sions are in the arrangement. The plant at the outset will employ about 30 men. "The honorable laay says that it is unheard of for a woman to compete with masculine superiority. She doubt, less reasons according, to her 'lights. Being of English extraction I can rea- dily understand her, deductions. The Church, of England has been for cen- turies mentor, teaching, man's superiority and woman's suC iqanada> 'the noie' jection to his will. I als0 possessed! Korzoloski a Holland-Dutch grandmother. I....... thank God daily for the heritage of common sense and energy bequeathed STRICTLY EUROPEAN PLAN iV. IT. Murray. Prop. PAUPER CHILDREN COME TO CANADA. London, March Lambeth guardians have selected twenty-two pauper children for emigration to Canada. KING EDWARD UNWELL. Bairritz, March is announc2d that King Edward, who -has been here for several days, and who. according to rumor, has not been in good health has had a Pitt, though the thirteen years of Sir John Macdonald's last reign follows close upon it. Gladstone was Prime Minister in England four times, but his longest term of office was but six years, and altogether he was Prime Minister only atout 12 years as com-. .pared with Sir Wilfrid's fourteen ;me [rom that source. T was enabled years, which we hope may extend stcor my shiP clcar from the reefs definitely into future years. No Is PreJudice and supersti- can deny that Sir Wilfrid's regime j has been wonderful and glorious, L J-aurior informs us that she i: will surely be remembered with a mothcr- "l't a good wife, goodwill and thankfulness'so long as GVotCfl to hcr as God the history of Canada and che British suspected, and the constable told the fellow he must be searched. The fel- low made no protest during the search ing operation until the constable be- gan to remove his boots. Then he opined that he had a sore leg. The boots were taken off nevertheless, and snugly hidden within a sock was found the missing bill, Dominion of f Fancy Groceries just received. As usual the class is with them. We want you to try. Premier Rhubarb, Premier Sourkraut They are extra good. Brand's A-1 Sauce. H. P. Sauce.' Anchovys in Kegs. Holland Herring in Kegs. Fresh Fruit always in stock Phone 515. t Ulock Viner Family Grocers Redpath Street Sherlock Block NOLAN WILL ACT a FOR MINISTERS dained and predestined her to be. She knew no bounds, tie laughed and cried to- gether and hugged the constable with delight, for after paying freight the stolen bill was the only money he possessed. fcels Off To His Homestead Empire endures. It has not been all have been clouds; sharp attack of bronchitis.! has not been all havej __._____________I been failures: it has not been all j lias been disapprobation; from the patriotic as well as from the FINEST CAFE TAJ TTT1? XX -IJL.JJ Orchestra During Dinner SUPERBLY FURNISHED BEDROOMS PRIVATE BATHS Telephones in every room, and every modern convenience RATES: FROM UP Special Attention Given to Commer- cial Travellers 10 Commodious Sample Rooms Phones: Hotel 717 Restaurant shn is competent to speak does on woman's suffrage. The further states that there are suffragettes in Canada, saw in parade once Fin, fie, lady, to paid clacqueurs. But, taking it nation's mis- all in all, the period has been an age o: gold. Canada has ihad the good fortune to have her destinies presid- ed over by a great man." AUSTRALIAN FAUIT TRADE ,AND WESTERN CANADA. London, March Thom- as, reporting on thexSouth Australian government trace and other questions, advises the appointment of a trade representative in Western Canada with the object o( developing such trade. Ke Is much impressed with the possibilities. Will Represent any Mem- ber of the Government Against Whom Person- al Charters Are Made Edmonton, Mar. .1. Nolan, of Calgary, and O. M. Biggar, of this city, will be present at the sessions of the Royal Commission investigating the A. 0. W. railway. They will not lake any active part unless per- sonal charges are made against any member of.the government, in which case they will represent