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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 21, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta Otherwise r t J a year a year Month Per Inch Magrath Nominated cubosR A CAN DIDATI KUK 71110 COMLVO FKDiCKAL JSLKCTJOXS Next Wednesday tlxj defeated by Jaws os well us the now gas well by up for approval by the ci There should bemore inter jest taken iif these bylaws than there Them is still somefeeling Conservatives of the Federal jthat the bylaus that were defeated constituency of Medicine Hut mii time ago will suffer the same J convention in Lethhridge last FruJuv For reasons several times prejitfht to select a standard bearer in viously the Herald believes both bo As for the faswell being to the forthcoming Dominion Although the names of Lvthbridgv and The Conservative Candidate Magrath is the cst imin the Conservative party could have chosen as their standard boarer he was chosen is in IKNK of In recentyears that gentleman has not lxen actively iden tified with the Conservative Ju he has boon classed as an ad mirer of the policy of the Liberal prior to the advent Of the Liberals to power was a He was a Conserva at least he never came out un der any other at the time that party was steeped in corruption and had to face the ifc Kykert and other lie was classed as a Conservative at the time of ihe of Traitors episode and other incidents of the dig integralng peri od of Conservu t i find appear ing as art nominated by a purely Conservative Independent now Is the Conservative party in such a Cousiijj 01 a considerable extent Hat had bvn promiiiLntlv us believes it mctitionod in this only is worthy of the approval of tluTburg one namo wont before the convection The interests of the public arc j and a popular Leth safeguardefi while provision is made jrilizen for imisiy for the prosjeution of a very necessary work at a minimum cost ami at the earliest possible The binds the city to nothing or nobody except to the council permission Horden vs to spend not more than for j Cousins Vice f the purposeof securing gas in the best possible The bylaw does Previous to the nomination tin granixation for the riding with tho following was com not bind tlie council to buy the ex isting wall for or any other sum if it does not consider the well good value for the The by law is nothing more or less than a The Record Eckstonn has Secretary Johnston fof Astern Canada BuseUnll Ixague a showing ihe records of the Pitcher Club WorksMad lluf Hollis ileil Hut Crist H uil Kricksoiv Cook Med Hat Schurch Fogarty Kipport JJuiivtt i iltftl Hat rv 3 S1 e c 21 ttt 10 0 tt 17 11 2 11 11 9 9 5 3 40 17 9 f WILL Remember tbat your Executor iboiild have experience in ihe uiachnnre of ilniina nMliic just his bring nig two Iurltwds with oceupyjiiho ijtmwil farm for of is visaing his Ar ihur of the American Furm the manager of lhu 703Norton for the past 700 llils Mi for a trip to tlie northern 078 lart of the from whence he ill return to his home in the Patching arrived with his from lasL 13 33 huvhiK purchased tlie farm 9 20 550 formerly owned and occupied by COG 500 Munaffy j Ikn Pennington Med Hut 2 liarnstead 3 Sykcs ii Kilinear I Morrison i Cal i Leth 3 3 17 13 6 0 14 permission to the council to find gas in the best possible wayfor the exi penditure of not more than Ihe bylaw should ba Nominations The Municipal A week from next Monday is nom ination day and it behooves ck of LethbHdgv to look around to whom they want TO fill the seats being called Sissons of in a brief srexh proposeci the name of G of Gieichen seconded who was the choice of the ltlj bridge Conservatives at their local asked whe around ihp council There aro ther Magruth would accept or ccrtuin qualifications both in had a letter from him 8 31 5 29 21 9 9 20 9 500 483 400 34 i 316 250 250 THE exchan Xn charges a minutc6 man in says A lawyer dollars for ten ssts on paying two dollars for A doctor charges prescription and A Fmmous 222 the pationt says that AJI undertaker charges a jhundreil dollars for conducting a funoral and he ft Just perfectly lovely with everybody inside and outside the to and that ev ery citizenhas a rightto demand of any aspirant for a position on citys There conditionthai it is necessary to conjtherelore certain questions that ev If cry voter should satisfy himself up on committing himself to any ciencv Will he favor test a seut independent of it so it must be worse as far as Magrath is concerned than it was in the days of the scandals and quarrels in its That is the conclu with Ma graths political career must ilagrath a very estimable lie has been for years a respected and foremost citizen of Sou them In this contest lie will be treattd ftiirly and squarely by the 7iiberal party but ho must expect to be criticized if he assumes to sup port Borden and his destructive policy and he would not have been no minated he not been acceptable to BonKm and his Magrath hasbeen a citizen of the west long enough to be XH with the progress made by the Is he prepared to go upon j the platformand charge the Liberal purcb upou jarty witK lacking a progressive poli A few of these Is he a man whose personal charac ter is above reproach Is he a man of sound business abil ity no others are Will he exercise matters as far as consistent with efli Lligible econ om v m civic saying that he was not after the no At this point John liar said that he had received a telegram saying thai JMagrath accept the nomination if it were which announcement created great Ives moved nominations giving 31agrath the unanimous call to be the standard bearer of the Conservative The Two Orphans will be pre sented by a large ami capable com pany at Ltibor Union no in the drama bet ter play thatappealsto all sorts of theatre goers as does the beautiful of The Two Tle intense human the tears tue all so mihgIod thatthe play be m A man a gold brick antl apologias for not having An editor walks a mile the hot sun io get tlw faols death or or social function and spends three hours writing it up and tolls lies and praises eople un til he hates Then if he makes an insigniiicant omission or error or charges five cents straight for three extra copies he is comes almost a icrfect example of who never the playwrights gets anything riyht and charges four The story is well known ami grovii the pricc o cit twice more impressive every time it The friendless the vicious thepat hetic the cruel begging the brilliant as h is a con any old thing and ought to be run out of Talk about the ice How would vou of the Louis to run a newspaper time asx all remembered and are ac quaintances we will glad to mnkt The rest of the mcfetibg was given speech The company appearing here is the the present rcjiresentative of thisstrongest acting company yet seen in the numbering sixteen Each and every part is in the hands division of the nn The scenery for the five tys streets and and the But in Magrath j acts is all carried as is an elaborate riding regretted that he would no an energetic move Ionoer be privileged uct in that ment for the improvement of the ciwPttcit sintx perfecting of the waterworks system Oocs he favor the completion of the gasburing as speedily as possible Is he in favor of municipal ship and control of public utilities Will he keep the lid down tight Is he opposed to patronage in the civic service and does he favor the they hafl an exceedingly good man who would win easily if given the same support had He eulogized Borden us a great man ami a great Hcrron claimed that if the Conservative par ty had no other plunk in their plat form save that of the restoration of give a square deal to all llglou in their cy in treatment of Western Cana da Is prepared to say that the west enjoyed favor and expan previous to 1896 t Is he pre pared totcll the people that the Con servativeparty is the party that fol lowed an imigration policy that peop this land and bulk up touns ies f be cannot point to such a for Conservative party ground will he stand upon The hurling of insinuations upon the Liberals about land Sure Iy not for he must remember that the sate ot land under Conservative regime suflers by comparison with that of the But what the people of this riding willaik Can you satisfy us that the record of the Con servativc party is better than that il v you prove that the development of Western Can SIectlOn ada from the the Conservative party gave the a huge land frant in Western Canada until 1896 tended to develop the vxst as it should have been developed Can satisfy us that the policy of the Liberal party which has peopled this country where in tho days of Conser vative rule the land was devoid of is not in the interests of Western Canada These are the questions Ma grath must answer and if he can sat isfy the people that the administra tion of affairs under eighteen years Conservative rule did more for crn Canada than the policy of the Liberal party hiring the past eleven then he is worthy of a place in parliament and entitled to be class ed as a great Personally Mngrnth is beyond but he must expect his no mination as a candidate under Con iorvalive auspices to his i shouldering the record of the Conser vative parly pVst and j making of all civic appointments Jthe lands of that should be enough carry the coun and went into detail on this land of spoke somewhat along same lines dealing more particularly with the coal land and timber Jand He claimed that timber lands of dollars regardless of place of busi or social re his own or any otherconsider ation No other is worthy of OUR POINT VIEW If you dont cay your ycu Y pay foi 1nyi your vote worth electrical equipment and Uautiful cos The snow scene before the capital is made sepecially impressive by the introduction of a sacred song by The Choir The lightning ef falling the boy sing ing and tha pathetic figures shiver ing in the a picture not soyn to be BANKS ARE SOLID Canadian Methods by are Commended Financiers 1AKOTA AXD ALBERTA to a arrival from Dakota one day lastweek The Echo man was particularly interested in his remarks about HeHad driven around the country and had inspected the grain fields and he was simply amazed at the quality and quantity of grain being He had read of the utter failure of crops in Alberta in some irrespon sibly journals and when he saw wheat yielding from HO to 40 bushels to the and oats from 60 to 85 lie could scarcely believe his The magnificent sunshiny weather appealed to him also and he declared it to be tiie most genial climate ho had ever Dakota and ifinnesota had very poor yields and a mile A London cable says Authentic ulian telegrams received here tend to favorites for 985 to quiet the fears that Canada may ber coal was a jRolIins addressed a few Thervll be sortie soreheads on elec tion day when they find theirvnames offthe Its their own IT i or in Ixthbridge flour will soon help to make our city more Subscriptions to the promised Daily Flerald arc coming every People know they are going to get a good thing and come around tosay The wind has blowing ever since the Conservative must le trjing to get rid of some Sixteen delegates arid a letter Hut what are they ngainst a telegram TilCrttIs rally tomorrou to The Dominion Government be involved in theUnited States fin had sold during the past fourteen ancial It is generally rec Osnted banking all that Alberta got from tim that the Canadian bunking system is proving itself well calculated to en courage national neverthe as the Times today The U H of Eagle position continues on VhichCanad neac Medicine Hat was called ian bankers must watch anxiously He gave attention to the closvd teasand especially must they continue to es guen by the government and critput a drag on the somewhat adven icizcdthe concessions given the Gal way Cattle and the Saskatche AsriculturftlSociety Will Borrow Money At a special general meeting of the Tjcthbridge and District Agricultural Society on Friday it WAS decided to accept the offer of Howell Harris to lend tlie Society for two years aiften per A committee including Tresident Secivtary and Major Bur nett was appointed to cooperate with the Board Trade Comnuutoc in securing exhibrts for the Dominion Fair to be held in Calgary next sum The holding of a seed fair was jalso discussed but no action was tak Christmns is for a friend i suitable cast or the Herald for Store Ctoodntans store on the cor ner of Kcdpath turotis Xew Ontario and the who seek banks help to mortgage the future regardless of theUniversal money The Times the Canadian bankersfrom the charge that they have been cautious and close They have not failed to give accommodation where it is perfectly LIMIT OF SPEED From London Satunlay thing alone cnn intervene and put tfic curb 01 mans desire for power of Al ready there are signs that it has al most reached its The increase of nervous the spread of these and as other warnings danger signals that the speed of motlarn life is Machinery may le perfected to an LicrccUble Ijiit arc to of him becoming ab solutely will ahvus have his limitations of Iesh and JTo will ahvnjs le a fantas tic croaluru to strange emo the was so disagreeable that threshing was So much for Creek la Ood We is omitted from thenew gold piecejust re ceived from the Philadelphia The new coin was designed by Aug ustus There sever al explanations of the but norvi of them is One is that the Indian whom Gaudens design ed on one side of the coin had so many feathers in his head dress that there was no room for the Another is that anything relating to trusts is offensive to the present Ad r CP 1UCTION SALE Soul Of a Vancouver for jjihcnd of the to the and Clynn Streets uncertain gusts of smi was broken ojen and roblxjd on tricks of nerves or of sudden ex injflay The back door fprc Among the daily The and generally statement that corporations have no souls IMJ after the action of cataslro That telegram J al Manager aismith of the Alberta jit mean of them not to tell him Railway and Irrigation Company in 1 they haxl the recent labor The com lhC tirivcrs axlne a card the sleeve is not or riot damages is lhc til1 robbed of twcn from the lust of it is rare said was 11 in twentyseven to find that it is the machinery isnf cnes a number of cuff It is the failure of the eye to nnd other articles of transmit with suflldent rapidity the and other smaller wearing a to the or an Tim store had been thoroughorror of or n sudden nerve big Minrise to Want the Commons Ives mines a few minutes to go in it with having a telegram in the bils thot n to and rom their xvork as a comi It takes a trick and scores I rests havc v promise on their demands of eight a hours bank to The The Medicine lint Times y iansacked as goods were litter j of these which brings ab ed all over the Fortunately j Man may perfect the Coodman had taken home with but he him Saturday night about Si 75 hail in this but wcre not upheld by the Board of Ar bitration who sat gave a very scanty report of the Conserva the Juslive convention Mayor Cousins Muart upheld the contention didnt make a the company that the interpretation of the clause meant eight hoursac tual After the award Manag W Xaismith offered to grant each driver half an hours extra pay day for the lime taken going to and from work although tbere vas no oc casion for his making the offer ex a dwine to preserve and U it Theodore Bonerty of near Pinchcr Creek xvas killed last veek whil A nmn incSined to be crooktd straight to the upt A rich widow makes a poor invest ment whew OUJTI a The Herald makes a specialty of do ing the latest and most artistic workin the way of ball and concert and never fails to please the people as the stock is selected with a know ledge of what is uptodate and the work is performed by men who have done this kind of typography in the cities of Canada for If you got your invitations and pro grammes printed at the Herald Office you hitvc a job of work that niU look as if it had been done in TTima pog or For a long time politics has made strange bedfellows time that high finance made strange cell mates anv very apt call that man an iconoclast who knocks one of our pot theories into of burglars tools is a safe and fully ns honest as some arc ofTered to the pub The first to use when you convince hungry maa is a to Florin On 30 at prompt FRANK TWAODINGTON fostructed by is leaving for the will sell by Auction on the as the nearly new ami valuable HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND EFFECTS For fuller particulars see noxt weeks advertisement Lethbrjdge Liberals A meeting of the Liljcrals of Leth S will be held in the Kiijgtts of pas y on the evening of 22 at S oclock for purpose of choosing delegates to attend the Convention in Medi cine Hat on Xov26 when the candi dates for the Ilouse of Commons will be All Liberals are to prw I COD SAVE THE KIV9 I Coiniiauy your THE TRUSTS AND GUARANTEE Head Office Toronto Capital anjl Public Administrator for LetlibruTge Judicial Advisory Board for Alberta Turner NVilliam 711 First Street West Alexander Corner Canary Manner WHIT DO YOU THINK OF i SEWS Klffllfiitli a Ten yearsguarantee fur 00 We carry quite a range in this the ten years guarantee Investigate these Splendid Machines Go We guarantee a square deal to all who trade Merchants Bank of Canada HEAD MONTREAL f ESTABLISHED 1864 Paidup Reserve Toial Savings Bank Department Deposits of and upwards Interest DRAFTS and Letters of Credit bought and Special attention given to accounts of Farmers and Ranchers LETHBRIDGE BRANCH Tuporanf Oliver Second Hp R Manager WE OFFER THIS WEEK A Snap on English Made Suits FOR MEN AND BOYS Also a few Natty OVERCOATS Full Stock of Other Makes on Hand We Have Some Special Prices on Svits Sample worth for worth for Just Another lot of China INCLUDING FANCY AND STAPLE GOODS SEE US FOR FRESH GROCERIES The Brown ;