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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 10, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta My whether tfca lanfe we or not. U Kedi- eiii- Bat H wttl Ufce H, and aftk ao IB iU iKonaiaieftt of aad the Times W the and ol tfau party U Ughtt J C. P. R INFLUENCE Mr. Ives criticixed appoiuimeut D'Arcy to the because he had beeu solici- Ur ioc C. F. K. yet tte Hon. J. A. Loufheed can be a C. P. R. tteitor and lead the. Cocservative party in Senate and not a word ia aaid. E. B.- Osier, M.. P., holds a TempiemHn: place iu" the councils of the Con- rative party, and he is a C.P.R. Mr. Scott resigned his soli- m ,wheat he accepted a pqsi- on the Railway commission. Mr. and. Mr. Osier still main- tbeir connection with the C. P. and-.their public actions are" faj 'likely to be affected by the C. F. R. than are thos; of Mr. Scott, who has ssvered his 'connection with the C.P.K. Just as well sky that Mr. Mafrath would serve the A. R. and J. OB.( at "Ottawa because he, is form- er high official of that corporation, as to insinuate that' Mr.- Scolt, a former solicitor of the C.P.R. will be partial "to C.P-R. on the railway commis- sion. POINT Qf VIEW The Medicine Hat refers to Mr. Simmons as the nooiiuttfe ol Mr Frank Oliver. Why not mention Mr Magrith as thfr choice ol Juo. Her roofM. P.? The land for the settler is the Lib-. eral policy. The land for the cor- poration has ever the Conser- j vative system. Only a few days ago, Hon. Geo, E. King. Then W. K.McKaught M.P.P., A iMtt WarraMl (From the Loaton W. Bullock of to County Ckrk Ira J. the following documeat, waa the fast warrant issued in aountyt State ol Clerk, Breathitt County, Kentucky. I, Jackson .Hi maf- isirat Squire and justice o! pece, do coming Minister of Labor, Mackenzie King. Then W.K. McNaughv, M.P.P. for North .Toronto, eulogixed the great public usefulness of Sir Wilfrid Lau- rier and Hou. Messrs. Fielding, Pat- erson and Fisher. And now we have Premier McBride of British Colum- bia on record as saying of Hon. Mr. "I think we are indeed a privilig- ed people in British Columbia to shave one of our f.llow citizens oc- copying the position of Minister of Mines in the Dominion Cabinet. While I. pay this tribute to my friend, Mr. Templeuum, the Domin- Government has t i u I items, done a. splendid work, one for which HendeKou Harris charfing him with aggtult and the battery and 'thie- brech'of pece on his bruiherin law, Tom For by name, warnt cuaes him of kickto, bitin and scrachin and throiu and doin everything that was mean and contrary'to the law in the State of Creek and alore said. this otherises the hy conia, ble, Mils Terry by name to go forth- with and iorlh coming and a rest the sed Henderson Harris and bring him to bee dealt with accordin to the law of Jett's creek aforesaid. Jinary the 2, 1838. JACKSON TERRY. hi constable magistral squir and justice of the pece of state of JettV creek Accident Narrowly Thtf editor of an English paper sayi: "Weriook new reporter on triai out to hunt for being away Swift's Hams Bacon Lard Fresh In Today PRICES Galvanized and Painted but htifora buying eke where _! _ We juat placed a of the weU-kuovu Metal Swingle and Sid in u Co.'i goods in stock ntortssioNAL CAEM OH. W. QALftftAITH PtiytlcUn, Sorgaan, Acctudur M4 Hadpath St. 9 a.m.. M 74 MADAM tmt Taaebar VOMS Viatta or nweivas tory or advanced. Coaching for JUKI'S HUHHCniilG credit should given, not .only by British Columbia, but by the couu. at _ So the members of the Gov; ernment at Ottawa are not as bad as some of our local Conservatives iu th ir eagerness to mislead the people picture them. Laurier gets" rid of Emmerson aud returned with the 'following, which i't said, was the best he could we saw a sight which j Iroxo our-blood with A jCabV driving down IJew Street at'a rapid pace, was'very near-running over; a nurse and two children. .There would have been one ot the" -most heartrending catastrophes ever .ref corded had not the nurse, with won- derful fortthoght, left the children F. German The Between Sage's and Boy's AN INDEPENDENT CONSER- VATIVE Mr. Magrath is announced as Hyman-but Borden sticks by Foster at home before she went out, and pro- j and the rest of the Tory -sinners. Independent Conservative candidate. he appears on the patform reg- with, and hHs campaign j" so the Eye-Opener. tells us, is haing managed by the local Conservative leader. He brings into the district Conservative campaigners -like H. B. Ames. He by. Mr. Borders policy of res- titution, of the lands; though the only proposition affected by, this policy, in this district, 'the Rebbins Irrigation Co. is favored hy Mr. Magrath. All ME. Magrath's declarations so iar have pronounced in their adher- -ence_to the Conservative platform as of such hide-bound partisans as Dr. Sproolej'W. H. Bennett, Geo. Taylor et "al, and where "his title to t rank as Independent Conservative i eooies in we cannot see. Is it a scheme to catch a few or is Mr. Magrath really ashamed to call himself a straight Conservative and follow the leadership of poster, Fowl.-r and oth- ers of the shining lights of the party? Probably .so. Ex-Senator Chas. Dietrich anjbraska, .is quot;d as saying: of "I told the 'President that the people of the West -were, tired -the campaign of personal abuse. I told him that the Republicans out AVest thought it wiser to omit? the mud slingiup iind paign based on .the record of the Republican partr and the official achievements of its splendid ean. "didates." It's a pity tliat somersensible Con- servative did not telL Mr. Bordeu a similar-truth. Throwing dirt in an effort to'injure one's opponents, al- ways proves a boomerang, fcnd the Conservatives will learn this to their sorrow on -Oct '26, 1908. The new Lord Mayor nf Eng. is a soa of a former Lord Ma. yor. That is a most unusual circum- stance. It is a further curious co- incidence tliat bis successor is likely to be Sir Jno. Knill, a son oi a for- mer Lord Mayor also. videntially stepped into a chemist's shop just before the cab -hov> in sight. Then, too, the cabman, just before_reaching the crossing, thought of something lie had forgotten, and, turning about, drovj in an opposite direction.'" ALBERTA SUNDAY SCHOOL ASSOCI AT I ON The seventh Provincial .Sunday School Convention is to be held in Office and Factory car tan mm nm Telephone 153 SdfcSt PUe 195 For Sale en bloc Pong Up 108 .When you want DRAYING Done promptly and aatisfactorily j JOHKi BRODIE J Thoee wishing to purchase block of land, will do well to see me, as I have some choice blocks in, sev- eral'locations. Prices are low and the quality and lay of the land can not be beaten. For particulars, write "Box 387 or call at my office in. Postoffice Block. E.T. McGregor Broker LETHBRIDGE u ALTA. BEAUTIFUL PLAY OF THE DAYS Of OUR SAVIOUR. The influence .of the Saviour of mankind pernjeotes and illumines every scene Holy Clarence Bennett's powerful religious play, which is to be the offering rat Oliver's'Hall Theatre on Monday, night. This is-all'the more remark, able when the fact is considered he does not appear upon the stage. Mr. Bennett has so ingeniously and mas- terfully, conjured up tlie atmosphere of those bitter years ago when the Son of Gfod met His death upon the hill of Calvary, in eipiation for the si as of man, that thj spectat or- unconsciously' feeli, the. nearnes of the Teacher and-'Guide, who is s constantly .referred to, This'is one of the reasons _that ha REDUCED PASSENGER RATES -'The Liberal Government created a Railway Commission, to protect the' people's interests as against the rail- way cbmpani.s. This commission controls freight and passenger rates. Up until a "year or so ago the Alberta Railway charged a five cent passenger rate on its line to Cardston. The Railway Commission was asked to interfere and as a consequence the rate was reduced. Under a Conser- vative Government the railroads had free hand. They did as they liked. Not even thi Government dared inter- fere. Today, however, thanks to a Liberal Government, times have changed and the people through the Railway Commission, can dictate to Ute railroads. Conservative scandalmongers hav- ing any choice and spicy stories suit prompted so nxany clergymen t heartily endorse "the play, .and to re commend it not only to Medicine Hat principal speaker will be Mr. W. C. Pearce, international superintendent i of the adult department. 'Mr. Pearce is a very- and practical speaker. He is 4tfe leader- th> adult department, the move. the twentieth century, in Sunday school work. _ It is practical, ly through his efforts that this de- partment has so prominent uring the past few, Thou- ands of men tnrough the work ot he department have been gathered nto the' Sunday schools parts of the North American At the, recent International Convention, held "af Xouisvilk, Ky., under -Mr. A Goal, Ice and 1 I DRAYING HAMILTON and ft YOUNG K.C.. O.C.c., B. Merton B. C. CONYBEARE Gonjbeare Block. ArU. W. C. SIMMONS Advocate, Etc. Office: Suuthird Block. ADD1SON SON Funeral Directors Embalmara 321 Crabb fit. LETHBRIDGE. ALTA. Office and Western Transfer Co. LONG BROS.Proprietore Office opposite Balmoral PHON E ea Oregon R.araboinllet Bucks for Sole F.lJI, ftOLFSOM ARCHITECT "leadership, business T-. .-v u'jmmeuu 11 JIUL LW able for puiJjcationm the Eye-Opener4cllri8iikna but to all seeker5 lonMinrr 11 riTKI _ __ the party's leading organ, will find ther Lethbridge editor of the paper sonicwherti around th.- party's head- quarters in this city. One can readily understand the disgust in the mind of a man of gen- tlemanly instincts like Mr. Magrath when he saw his face in the pages of a disreputable sluet surrounded by filthy stories repulsive in the ex- treme to'any gpn.tleman. Well may truth, whatever their faith. The.'play is not an adaption of the Scriptural story. It is the Scriptural story .with- out alteration or change, the narra- tive recorded by the. evangelists. There is an added story, which deals men belongiag to.'the adult classes marched through, the streets of- that city, and demonstrated- to -public that the Sunday school- is no longer to be regarded as simply for Jittle children, but that it is for men also, and men of .the highest calibre. The Sunday school -workers of the pro- vince should make a to hear Mr. Pearce. This promises to be 'the greatest religious gathering ever held in "the- province. The. theme is "The twentieth century Sunday schqol or- ganized fur effectual work.''. -The-dif- ferent phases: of "ih'e organization and work of the-up-to-clate Sunday school will be The "Sunday school should be thf right'arm of the church in all lines of Christian effort, hence he pray "From our friends. Lord, deliver us." good A CITY WITH SIX BANKS. f: banks are falling over them- selves get into LetKbrklge. The Imperial Bank, realizing that Leth- bridge is one of the most promising The Medicine Hat Tim.-s lias raised a roar column long because tlie coun- cii -iherf paid Supt. Arthur Reid of ithis city the sum of ninety dollars for five days' services as consulting engineer. That is nothing. Leth- bridge has be -n paying engineer? a hundred dollar- a day and no one! makes a kick. Mom-y must scarce! with the love of'Salome, the daugh- ter of Herodias, for Marius, a young Roman, but tliat is entirely separate and distinct, and does not d.-tract from the other story of the persecu- tion, death and glorious resurrection of Christ. The play is presented by a company uf rara oxcelloncc.Kearly all of the parts ar.- character parts, and play- ers having especial facility in tho de_ jinoation of strongly marked roles chosen f-.r the principal charac- ters. 'The settings are ornate, massive and rich, and tht costuming is lavish in the extreme. his convention will .endeavor to show what the twentieth century Sunday school should do in training work- ers iii soul winning, in character building, in moral reach: ing the homes, in reaching the n g- ruasses, "and many other live questions. Each school can send, the pastor and superintendent, and one addi- tional delegate for escb tsr of the enrollment or fraction there- f. The provincial board, hopes that nil schools will send full delegations. TheSouthAlberta Lumber Go. Ltd. Have received another car of Short Flooring Siding Ceiling 1000 feet 'of this covers as much as 1000 feet of long .We-are selling it cheap Gall and get our prices Corner Westminster .Ford JustSoittotthttlllsoQlill P.O. Bn 654 Four hundred Kegiatered Rambouil- let bucks, yearlings and 2-year-olds, bred from best'strains of the celftr brated. Baldwin, Oregon, and Utah, flocks. These bucks were bred and raised in Oregon, and have been in this state since last June. Large, smooth'and heavy shearers. Finest j shaep for the range, combining all the essential qualities of best wool and mutton breed. For prices, etc., ad- dress JAS. A, MACDONALD ARCHITECT Macdonatd Block, Rtdpath Alta. (M) A. F. A M., G. R. A. Regular meeting night, tlie third Thursday o! .each month in Masonic Hall, P. p. Block, at.8 p.m. Visiting brethren will recem a hearty welcome. A.C.MES8ER, 6. W. M. SftcreUry.l f. D. A. McRAE Cot Bank, Mont. A NEW CABINET MINISTER Oct. G; McDiar- mid, M. P. P., has been appointed a Minister without portfolio in the On- tario Government in Western Canada, will openjin the Hat when they want pet a branch here. Two of the leading j the advice of prominent engineers nt banks in Canada deciding to open branches here within two weeks an omen of the high opinion in which Lethbridge is held in finan-1 cial circles. There is still the like- lihood, too, of another bank locating With isix banks Lothbridge leads all the cities in the province except Calgary and Edmonton. laborer's wages. General Mission Board of the Methodist Church, now ting at Vancouver, ha? invited to meet in Victoria in 1910. TOOK OATH OF LOYALTY. Canea. Island of Crete. Oct. members of the new Government took tin.- oath of loyalty to Greece yost day, :i.-i did also the officers of th.- frond'armes and militia. SOME WHEAT The Wells Land and Cattle Co., Ltd shipped over and spring wheat this past 'mont from their Alberta farm 20 mile south of Lethbridge. This was raw land two years have more for sale in the vicinity at right prices, also improved land. For particulars see Wells Land and Cattle Co., Ltd. agent, FORD TYLER Lethbridge Hotel ar_d MOTI d a Hall at 8 o'clock. brethren are cordotty ksvitod. S. G. DAVUB, 1T.P 24-ly T. .T. WJllTfi, W. 8 J. F-Kodgere Jos. A. Young FOR SALE HORSES Heavy and Light RODGERS YOUNG Sak Stables Wood St. Meets K. of Hall Thorsdayl of month Viaiting Brethren Welcome J. F. .C.R A. NEIDIG, F.S. A TWO-FACED ATTITUDE. The Medicine Hat is a true Thj Gas City Tirm-s in objecting to the payment of money for advice piv- yn the city by Engineer Ried of this city, says: "Nov: this-; man comes from a smaller city than Medicine Hat to teach onr own engineer, who na- turally should be teaching Reid." Pity the poor benighted editor. He ha? heen in a trance for the past three Conservative journal, at least in so! years. The gradual downward motion far as it is constantly trying to con- vince its readers of the lion. sty of its positions. With n-gard to the Rob- bins irrigation project it denies That, while holding with its leaders that of his own city put him to sleep and iu his dreams ho imagines M.di-j cine Hat is what, it was. He has not realized that whiie hi- own town has been standing Ptill or worse.; 'ient out the Hat by a thousand T two. Wake up, broth -r Rip. the whole affair is an outrageous steal has ahead by in accepting a share of its profits., it and bounds until today it can is a partner in tlie cicantic craft. It tal: -s a most elastic conscience and a strangely perverted judgment to see that it is not sharing in wickedness to willingly accept the benefit that comes from the investment- of plun- j dered money, wh-n it is known tliat the money is wrongfully got, they allege. The Conservative press in the towns affectfrd by