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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 17, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta Si * � " L ^3 YOU WANT WE GIVE QUALITY FIRST, LAST and ALL THE TIME AS AN ESTIMATE OF MR. BORDtN �-i-'V,. 1 . i - -V" v I. r �4.  T" 5 i Specialty tins week NOT I.IK 101.Y TO LK\1> TllF CON- SKUYATt V KS TO VOW Klti - -CAN'T CHKATK KS-TIirslASM. monton made no reference to 'nil this and one of his support ors brouht it to the attention of tho audience but incidentally. Surely, some one has blundorod'? The Kdmmiton Hnturdny News, pro nouncodty ititk�|h�iidont in its political ; anc| toli^inph. and extension of views, and one of tbo Ivst nformetl As to tho constructive foatutv* of Mr. Hon Ion's programme, there are only three that ur.� at all out-standing, hi* proposals for civil s> rvioo re-form, nationaliza'tion of UMophone tbo powors of tbo railway commission, Cut Glass Fruit Bowls, Nappy's Bon-bon Dishes. Water Sets, Vases, Decanters, Cream and Sugar Sets. Anything you like. paivrs in western Canada. puMislUKl - un>kinir to the establishment of a tbo following on tbo CnnsorvaUvo m�--vrn| utilities commission, Tbo Succettort to George Rogers All in choice designs. loader's wostern tour: Mr Hortlon's tour of Alberta, commencing Ht I jot abridge the nibIdle of last rtovk ami ending Vermillion on Thursday, was an unqtmlilUMl suetvss, so far as the size of the and ietuvs which he nttraetvd wont. In the laivor o.*ntiVh, the eiu�rino\�s crowds t hat asseinhlod must have iisioiiinhed the \ i.sitors They woiv a 'striking e\ i wost ,thnt n loni|tM. nns Ut IMU.f,ltlU.r |n Uu, as well hs of Ibv� iut.Ilig^MU IntoiVHt which tbo pi't)ple disfdav in puhlk* allairs. At iMlmouton on WVdnes- of Every Description Wholesale and Retail DRKYING. v t If yoli wish draying or moving of auy kind done, call on us. We have the largest and best equipped car ago business in thii city, with thoroughly experienced men in charge. All work promptly attended to. Hay aud Oats of the best grade for sale. Coal delivered to all |parts of the city on short notice. disfosal of ollkvs nft r his party has Ihvm init of power for many years Oovs an>one imagine that should Mr. dn>-tno vn�t auditorium was crowd- non|en Income pivmior within the ed trt the doors Hotb -the dail\ pap- h(VV| V(MU. ()|. MO !u, w,m|,j |H. ttn|0 to rr.t. Saturday Ni*w* is ronv-inciHl. ma^o th*' civil ser\iiv what bo do-soiiiaiHly tindor-osdimated the munbor in altotalaimv Taking ns n basis tho wats that have Nun placed in j ), Ss e^rtain that b> could not do the ironi part of tho rink toi several Hn uu\ttsH t|u, ,uu.t> \uu\ p|^|glHl H-iinportimt musical attractions, we ^ in eonvontion to support him. bcllovo we are. o,uito unfo hi saying I Heroin lies Ids weakness in this as that at least nix thousand |k*oplt. jn (>l|,,r ronmvtions Tho oleetors-wotv prvMvnt when the leader of the ,annot lv blind to the fact that it opposition bogan hjs addwss. \\H own ^.rMOnai ideas, not 'th��w of bis party that he is advancing. It was a groat occasion Did Mr fakr* the second plank Just re erred Hiirclun ri&o-to U? In the |.ictui\'snu,. ,n> th(l twulonoll*nti.�n of to'.t*phoiK*H iangungo of Mr. Cocksbutt, "the icy and telephone*. When Ik� announced Lumber Shingles Doors Windows Mouldings Lime Lath Building Paper . Tar Paper Cedar Fence Posts Lethbridgejaber, Stirling, Raymond. Magratti, Coleridge breaker" of tlu* evening. we trow' n �t Halifax \ho oltk^t and ikm*- not. For tho (?ons�-rvai tve lead- j haps the  ittest inlbieniial Oonsvrva-$|t>r* lnt* I unlay News has no small ti\r newspa|vr in the country, tho. I the Lodge Holt. monsuro of ndmiration Me is a | Mootii-al (lazett** openly critici/vd it man of integrity, mpaeitx and thoi ough earnestness. In pm-liauuMit Wh43 t S ganl/ation of whub be is tlie head. The Hpovclv** (�f no memtfer of the House of Commons make tviter r.'ad mg in Hansard. Hut be i* not a popular orator and it is not in him to sway an audience .such as thai Which assembled to hour him .on Wed nesday evening. 11 was rvstloss from t he first and t ho cont ra st I�e-tWM'ti tho Ikm ring which it gave Mr. Hordon and his provinrial sapportor on this t�air Mr. Horgvron, was \ory marked. Th(� latt t, Judg�m| 1�\ pundy into)loot uu! standards, is not in the Name � lass with his chief, but he has and their doscondants by providing a protootion in times of sickness and Hordeii or the old-time distressand to strengthen the hoi)d of uidtiit In'twism Knglund atwl tbo lands whoiv her sons have |>eopled. Knglishmen. unite ami enjoy all the advantages of social and fraternal in tercourse with your countrymen. in (*�tus.'ivat i\e elements for which tho Caftitto s|�eaks? in no posit ton tha t he has t aken up in r*o�mt years has Mr. Hordeii TRY WM. -FOB Everything required in the construction qfn Building, Lumber and all kinds of Mill Work i spoken for a ttntU'd t'ons .-rvat ivo par | nddtt ion to tho many IvneOts of this ty When he came out for public patriotic organization, ownership and coat rol of the new It is not charity tart Fraternity, 'transcontinental railway, leading sup sickness sometimes means death, it 411 I m rt \ least one porters, men of t!�o Senator Drum- 1 mond and K. H. Osier type, strongly 'and protect t�ars ago. on tho school question, he was deserted by all dirt one of his followers in tiuebec tifton means debt. doit� tho S. O. K. noan*st ami dearest to you. Write at once to the sec rotary pro torn. I*. T Hobins. c-o Herald OIIUv. for full particulars, and attend the meetings on Monday ev- Do not send all your uioney to Calgary ntA Cranbrook. Help to '"iild up Lethbritigu ana a local industry by patronizing Oliver's P.aning aud Lunjber Mills. Office, Yards and Factory-Corner Round and Bompas Streets Telephone 153 and by several in the other provine- onings.-Vur. CITY OF LETHBRIDGE. xvr>' important - to I ea r iruu * The Sn I unln\ New s can not see that he did. The government at Ottawa is ojron to crH irism. Hut he ami his associates did not tak- General Teaming. The Sainrdit\ N.-ws, in discussing Mr. Morden, Ih*I teves t hat It Is sfioak ing for the men who aiv open t*> conv ict ion. who are not 1 ied to nnv On wvameaf buildings or lit- tr-� ^ 'S�t'"  e i ones. ^AV tnng for oloo- c lighting. Ih-IIs. httrulnr alarms. fnniiK'ialors, motors, cooling aud iiitilatiug funs. oto. cKenzie & Roy Office- Kedpntli St. Lt-thbridgo Phono'Jnl Stock Saddles Kiont inch pipk On Arg.\le Avenue for a distance �d Moil f.N't I'.ast from Hart-let t St. dlynn St. for a distance of UT.'i feet noilh betweon Kord St and Haroiii-ss Itoud. SIDI'.W \l.K I nl U |'( it IT I'lANK On West s'lle of t'rabli St iroia a point 'J-i'.* le-t south oi Courtlaittl !n Itoud And all |h*rsous concerned an* hereby notified that unless the majority of the owner** to he alb'ctinl representing at least one half the- Vithle thereof, petition the council uganist the same within Ion days after the stnuig ground in making that criti- H�r,.v- ,,ut wno u,Jih to p iid\ am e t he ini etea�La of t h  count rv. are in M �ti'ig. did iimiv than ao>tbing else that has transpired sine* ;h' I .P k*rti I (J o \ ernmeiit ra tie* into power t o w'eaketi it in t he coiitiden v of the pt-ople in the \\ -st Tile Toronto W oi�k |\ Sun, a.n ind-p h"i *n: journal ii tlh-r- f�>*r w.i^ oil'', '"in � lie 'I! I hs iil'ii ma' i>- \ n\ 1\liiHI'-t i\ ' 111 \ e*-t igut ion mto Ote \ uriuiis sc.ui-da I cha 'g �s preferrod \^\ t he t Ippi �si I ion, aud came to j lie conclusion l' a* that in connect trty uftectod by the by-law in that behalf. Dated this loth day oi UcIoUt, A \) 11*07. (IKOHCK W. HOHINSON, 10 17 ftecrftarv-Treasur.-r. which tllls ,oulv K*��roveiuen>t. Hut t 'ut h (oiu pels us to admit that we can se * no prospect of th s t hroiiuh t he iminediut�� ret urn of M r. Hold ii It i" ueiessurv in the first place for him t� get a l*vt.*r grip on bis pjirtx, l-'or t ti�� pres.nt it has con** -d to he i he nut tonal organi/.�i -t ion that it was under Sir .John Macdouald. That Mr. Horden is tha man t*> e\ er make it so, we are very much disposed to doubt. If the Cult-siTWitives arc wi^', they should bo Tho ChiiMsholtu Hoard* �*i Trade took prompt action in regard in the article in the De\ il's Kako (ND ) � lournal. At a meeting of the Hoard of Trade >t was decide*! to sand the JouruaJ tlai {following letu*r which S4jis 4h>* imiMnr..m a wu�>' that is I plain and h��jnwt. s'laresjiui^ii. Canada. .Ovt. OT- 'To 'the Kdiior K\ils Lake Journal, .Devil's l.ake. N.D. lX*nr Sir.-The at tont ion of our Hon rd has liocn d 11 v/i cd. to a pa ra- r graph in your issue of recent dau\! i In'inL'd *Croti almos-t a failure; Sun- r ny Scarthorn AlU'rta proves -to Isj a big li/./.'c." und making .stateineitts hearing out this fact subs-tantializ�cd b\ a htter from Mr. II. Cghland to his father. I W*' wtnild point that \ou are in error o\en in print ing Air. I'ghland's let ter. What he said to bis father v as in elTeot that o\er U*> |"'r cent of the crop was in slook befon* tho snow st orm of 1 ot h Sept. The storm lasted two days and did no damngo i w hatewr, U\vond laying or': says "One who was there" in tho! Clari'sholm Heview* t�� chi\ ari thu � Howdy marriiMl couple. Why people who pose as being civilized cannot I drop this barbarous and rowdy liuoj AVllGU you rCH^uiro your gardens of conduct is something that ivnts ploughed, your yards cleauutl upf the comproia-nsion of fattier. j Dollars dug, or any other teaming I lone, SEE US. or phone 2(U, or out of Mirroring comes the serious Irop a post card in tho office, your mind; out of salvation, the grateful order will roccivuour prompt atteu- heart: out of deliverance, tho faith.-1 tioil. COAL UlUBt bo paid for Uuskin. j on delivery. Residence and stable -r , | wist of the barracks. J.jA man may I to a large duck in his yjivato puddle, but whotJ-ho strikes '* tlivp and strange waters he forgots ' nn'v ^ '1' ' Kov( to swim.-Ailo. WM. TAYLOM.. Lethbrl Ring �p 1081 When you >\7int y 1 DRAYING Done promptly and satisfactorily. e t i Lethbridge Saddlery DANCING SCHOOL Will be opened Monday Evening, Oct. 21st, 1907 in thu K. of I'. Hull While You Wait Shoe Repair Shop. This class will lie conducted on the U*M ami lalest niothods. t'amolian. New York and Hosloii danc4*s will be taught Class wilt be conducted from s.:h> to l>.:tn. from ti.ao to 11. ipioUe taught and strictly us,*d \ hroilLrhoul the ier:u As�.*mbl i�*n will U: held during t ho leriu Tin* following da lavs will be taught: 1. Thiv.. Slide Schottishe: Walt/. :i. UippLf. 1. 1 >ucla*sse. .V Two Step. d. Pan American. 7. (Nille^e Kiv,. Step Scholtishi�, S. (*aprice iJeiinan. Two Step Societ >' It). CoMfue One Step Walt/. I'*o'ir Step Thivc Step- )'.\'V\{ \S. 1. Quadrilles. M. .JorK-y. a. I'Vench Polka. MISS WIN'NMKHKn HIM, Graduate Hay State Academy of Dancing, Boston, 2Uusj�. 'J-orms-10 lossons: Ladies $(>.0(). (ieivtlomon. $8.00. Addtvss 1/ock llox Ijt'thbridge. Men's shoes soled and heeled in 30 minutes. Price SI .U0. GERMAN West of Bentley Co. Then t ho speakers had somci a ing to say about poor admini^' "ati >n; wo heard a great deal about the largo incr.-ase n ox|*ondlt ure. i tut no one is likely to Ik- wtirre'l mtIousIv by these. The roiini rv lins b.vn expanding at a tremendous i ate since IStid and it has Imn-h i:e'-e,,s,icy to s|n�nd large sums to keep up '.vi.h thbi growth. The government has. I at least, Ui'ii abb* to do this w iih-out udding to any largo extent to the national debt. The defence made hv � members of tho cabinet whose s|n*i'chos against t he  large out lays of t l.e old ('iiiiHorvatho administration, nr.* n�i\v quolo*t agamsrt them i* ad�M|Uate. The coulrtry didn't have the money to j spent! ilien, but it has now. and the |n*ople aii* ipiite content with the iu-ciN*asx*d outlay, so long as it is n*�t Social dancing '"'ing made wasiefully or corruptly, liall roian eli- *l� n,)' that it has all been .s)*ent to good advuulage mul that no individuals have rented an uni|esk-r\ -^ etl prt'lit from it. there arc man.\ items of e.xjionibturo �which can be just ly criiici/.i'd and which the opposition has made t ho newt of. Hut t lie I givut uu iviis's ha\o \k**\\ for ohjocls lhat are appro\ed of by the ordinary 1 elect toll. If you liaf$;*a capital eyrf? jouj on the lookout (or another Moses ���iovor. i^yon.i mymg down tho!OUgllt to l^>ibli,U>hllV;>ihUi.4ato. nut if Air. iw>rd:m should remain in' croi' which hns slnrt? 11,1 piekwi \ �reat care oHt/ ^ If v tliGre is any-the leadership, wo aiv conOdent that f "i" amI eut* | thing tho matter with either, have bear Sir and llro., - V.�.i  l^c'a:' to 'hand Am pleased .o heir \^hi *  u have the oruuiir/.ut hm oi new bulge nearly completo. � sli.tu'l b.f p.i-as.fd ^ to come and install the lodge as m- at the (oast and enjoyed the bos pital(ity ui some of our nieinljors sight. So will neglect to wear Glasses, under the mistaken idea that you do not need them. Let us efforts in your power to correct any J examine your eyes free of charge. We shall then be able to fit you false statements that may havo gained some civdoneo among those unac-riuaintod with this country. Wo claim no more aind no loss for our country than what Is due ami make no ofTort to doprcciato tin* value of lands in other districts than our own, only inviting anyone who has any doubt to come and seo* for himself. Then wo unconvinced that seeing will In* believing is tho basis of established facts. Voiirs truly, ri.AUKSMOI.M IlOAitli OK TUADK. exactly. . J. Armstrong JEWELER ENGRAVER OPTICIAN. Agent for BELL PIANOS Royal North West Mounted Police. 11 112 �that is a source of complaint. There no department of its service which �-oiii,.s tloser homo to iho mass iHMiplo than the pus?t ofliee. and oi in Wl'tll best W ishos, Yours Fraternally, .1. Fmerson. The Tattler is in receipt of a circular letter from a great departmental store in Winnipeg in which he is advised that they havo bob-sleighs to that they are selling for $2d a set. A commit too has been formed 'Ins connection it has fallen down secure a lodg.. room and meanwhile most miserably. The postaj servitv! 11 User ('oinimwuling. H.NAV.M. Folice, I^oth-bridgo will ln� received up to noon of Friday, the MUi day of October, for lho supply and delivery of :t,0�>0 bushels of oats, sucked, in lots ot not less than fine bushels, to be deliver- .-.1 from ti.no i�. time ua { mt0'of'jiu nil nore. Oats to bo of good quality, up to of twenty-one yearn at an annual rental of $1 an acre. Not more than 2,5I>0 acres will bo leased tc one applicant. Application for a lease must be made to the Agent or Sub-Agent of tho district in which the rights applied for are situated. In surveyed territory tho land must be described by sections, or legal sub-divisions of sections, and in uusurveyed territory the tract applied for shall be staked out. Each application must be accompanied by a fee of $5, which will be refunded if tho rights applied for are not available but not otherwise. A royalty shall be paid on the merchantable output of tho mine at the rate of fivo cents per ton. Every lessee of coal mining rights which are not being operated shall furnish the district Agent of Dominion Lands with a sworn statement to that effect at least once in each year. The lease will include the coal mining rights only, but the lessee may be |>ermitted to purchase whatever available surface rights may be considered necessary for the working nf the mine at tho Isn't that gross ignorance? any great firm like the T. Futon Co. not knowing that there is no call it should bo. While Iho postmaster general was boast Ing about his surpluses, tho people of tho west wore cursing his dopartiuent day in and day out. Air. liurUeu at Kd- lK�8t moans of onuu'taiuing tho members from Calgary and Alodiolne llat, on the ins'tallation of it ho lodge. The Sons of Knglund are very strong in C'lnreshotiu people are not yei out i 'tendered. Sr.- 'er cent of the amount No puper will \m paid for inserting this advertistMuent without authority CunuUu, over lift,000 najues boing uu "A number of the sports got tog^th- [ 10-17 JAS. O. WILSON, Commanding "K" Wvitriott paid for, t - r. ^ f _ i \ j \ ;