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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 22, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LfTHWMOOC. Co., lawful Bouud St., W. A. fiUCHANAH, Art tWy raU-r Literal' be tl roMte arc the the opportunity lor tbe ambitioua railways to work list hutle to uot ou the the committee roonw cue yeax, delivered 8ix month. three inonthfi, delivered. Ifeily. one month, delivered Uaily. one year, by mail Bitty, six by uiail Daily, three by mall one year chanced aa-Mittei) as MM 2.00 t.M .15 1.69 THe are only a few o2 the things which will justify to'rs in retaining a Goverttment which things. If were a. boot the records of the Lib- eral Government might be fully sot forth, it would require a volume to tell the whole story of progress and how it brought about. MR. POSITION The present campaign must be caus ing Mr. Migrath a good many o! either party and see that it is put on. Every man shouM have a Tly Liberals of London, Out support tho Labor candidate against the Conservative nominc-e, Major Beat tie. but both and old given. HELP THE FARMERS Aid. Button's suggestion that the market should be fitted up with posts and water troughs for the accommodation farmers is a sett; sible one and should be adopled with- out delay. The city cannot afford to "be careless in its treatment of the larniing community. We want the trade'of the men who are tilling the soil in this district and the best to get it is to provide conveniences lor them in the city. Another matter worthy of serious -thought is the improvement of the entrance the city from across the river. -The Gait street crossing is Driving farmers from this city every The approach to it should either a better crossing hours. He sat upon plat- form after platform and listened to Mr. Mr. Ames, and pour torth their or wrath and indig- nation upon the supposed grafts al- lowed by the Laurier goveriuneiit and at the same. intimate know- ledge of the attempt'of the Alberta Hallway t Irrigation" Co, to secure a grant of a trillion acres of land from the some goveriuneat. If this deal had gone through it would have been a far" worse .deal than any that his co-workers spoke of. It was through no, fault oY his that tho deal was not made- -....H niust therefore have been exceedingly embarrassing be improved or found. A similar course will be purr sued in one of the constituencies of Toronto us woli iu several other constituencies of the Dominion. This policy is in accprd with tjie general policy of the Liberal party, which has always-bent its ear sympathetically to of Labor. Toronto Saturday Night, a thor- oughly independent weekly, says: Conservative party should' not left its fate in. the hands of the cau- us at a suaaH-group of men nterested in and ruore or ess pledged to each other, good or bad. Had a National Convention j been held the party's resources hi the way of men could have been ascer- ained. Needless to say a Parliamen ary group will bo slow to aiimit i hat it is a poor lot, or that there is any ueed to seek better men. Best of all. 'Mr. Borden could have been clothed with authority as national On Track Today for hear these speakers de- nounce the very same sort of d that ho had tried to put .through. If the government had been guilt> t agreeing] to any. such proposition as that proposed by Mr. Magrath and his company, it. would justly de- of serve the strongest But the government condemnation did not agree lenity Co. It! Si leader, instead of being leader by fa- vor of caucus. He" would have -had increased moral force. j becomes Mr. Magrath to be PRAISE FOR MR. SIM MOMS a party to anj' condemnation of the Tte Edmonton government even if they, are as bad Bulletin says of Mr. le "Simmons: Mr. Simmons is a young man oi ability and energy. He is a gixxl public speaker, has definite, con- victions upon all public questions and always has the courage of them. If he does not agree with you. ho docs not pretend he does, bJt aH mutters li'f ?s au aggros- sive fighter, has a thorough know- ledge of every part of his coustituert cy'.and can. be s-J upoa absolute ly to stand in the interests of the people against the interests of coi-po ations. didly and frankly upon as. he finds them, li'f would make- the people on. the other hand have a right to approve of the action oi the government in saving a million acres of land from the hands of speculators and have a right also to condemn the man who attempted to oltenate an acre of the public do- main. THE LOW TARIFF PARTY OUR POINT OF VIEW Vote for Simmons and railroad com petition. What has _Mr. Magrath done for la- bor? If fie hasn't done anything why should a labor man vote for him? D. Rogers, wio tenac in the Fil-n'ol House as a tron industry, his written to press-declaring that in this fU- thV'Lytoiim music at'the Lyceum. SOME WHEAT The Welle Land and Cattle Co., Ltd hipped over bushels of fal iiud spring wheat thk past month iicm their Alberta farm 30 miles outh of Lethbridge. This was raw land "two years We have more for sale in the vicinity but cricket himself. When Broad Halfpenny Down! was reached the driver hurried down to inform Mr. 'C. B. Fry, the captain of the Hambledon team that Grace had arrived. The moment Mr. Fry saw the newcomer, however, his eyes twinkled. It was not Dr. Grace at all, but his double. It wa's discovered later that Dr. W. G. Grace could not come, owing tc other engagements. The double subsequently wrote a humorous let- ter oi appreciation to the London press. or j sit right prices, also improved land. I'-cr particulars see Wells Land and Ltd. TWO KINDS OF PENSIONS (Collier's Weekly.) England now gives pensions to such of her poor and helpless aa are sev- enty years of age and over. It speaks much for the brave souls in the shaky old bodies ot them that many will not take the help the state offers because it looks like "going on the That the poor law of England has not pauperized the spirit of independ- ence out of Englishmen is more by good luck than good management: Two or three proud strains of blood flowing together kept their backbones stiff.. .-Besides, whatever cosseting the oobr law might in theory was off set by the official parsimonies and cruelties of the Mr. Bumbles who administered it. Thanks ta this there are, still stout old hearts 'of seventy in England that will undergo almost any bludgeoning' of fate sooner than accept charity, even from the Govern- ment. Though, charity covers a mul- titude of sins, it ia not large enough to for.a true Englishman, the dole that hides under the word pen- sions. How different the Old-Age An- nuities which became law in Canada at the last session of Parliament! This excellent system is all Sir Rich- ard Cartwright said it. would be. It has been organized into a department, and Mr: Bastedo is now explaining its benefits to all and sundry. It is not an alms. It is simply taking out what a man puts in, with interest accumulations such as Governments can. pay but.banks will riot. It is .the endorsement of Canada written across he thrift of those who have been ligent without becoming rich. It Eodgers Jos. A. Young FOR SALE HORSES Heary and Light RODGERS YOUNG Sale Stables Wood St. ADD I SON V SON Funtral Dirtctort 321 Crabb St. LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. Office and Residence Phone Ifl F. B. ROLFSON ARCHITECT Sawn I Whitney Black. JAS. A. MACDONALD ARCHITECT Macdonatd Slock, Straat A1U. We have the teams and we're here to do the business Orating Coitract Kort of all kinds promptly ...attended to You will do well to get our prices before placing your orders elsewhere Hayr Transfer Co. M. awl W. G. Mole, PHONE 180 A. F. Ai M., G. Regular meeting night, the Thursday of each month in Masonic Hall, P. O. Block, at Visiting brethren -will alwayi a hearty welcome. A.C.MESSEB. M. P 0 537. Mf FORD TYLER Hotel A Mexican love story at the ceum tonight. Don't miss it. Ly WIND KEEPS UP Saulte Ste Marie, Oct. There is The granite memorial, which faces the old Bat and Ball Inn, where the Hambledon cricketers have i met, bears the inscription: This Marks th% Site of the Ground of the Hambledon Cricket Club Circa 1750-J787 cricketers in flannels. no let up to the gale from the south east which was stronger than ever a daybreak rousing the fores fires to renewed fury. Detour report; twelve vessels in the harbor which were unable to leave on account o the wind. No boats have come down the river since yesterday to bring re ports from Whiten sh Point which .surrounded when last heard from Fires have broken out on Drummcn 34A are meeting with all the success they deserve, and Crabb well deserved to have a street named after him. Today we open np part of our Children'sNovelties If -we get any winter this year our sleighs are to be cleared out at any old price and don't forget. It is pitiful to look at the blank appeal of their poor frames at having been brought to the wrong country. bliJerrand cap's in silent GatcvUle. and Ccdarvili cession round the base of the tablet, arc reported filled with refugees from A t- _ t _ C.- ct fm Tr upon the occasion of its unveiling, in silent homage to the obscure foun-V.T of the illustrious game. This i? ;i Sargent story: A mil- lionaire of coarse extraction went to Mr. Sargent's studio and had hh I portrait done. When tho portrait was finished, the millionaire looked at it closoly and then said with a frown: "Nor. Kid. Air, Sarccnt: riot had. hnt you've left out one of the moi.t es- sential features." Mr. Sargent bit lips to hide a smile. "Excuse me, sir." he said, "but I thought you worldn't care W have warts produced." The millionaire, purple rage, shonfert: "Con- found it, sir, I'm about the diamond and tho, 1 woods. There is no sign of r tht promised rain not havin come. Ring Up 108 When you want DRAYING and satisfactorily a fund any one may share in with- ut abatement of dignity. The Gen ral Synod of tte English Church has ceo looking into it as a possible help o the incomes of' its superannuated lergy. This will be a Clergy Reserve o which no one can take 'exception t will be a connection between Ihurch and State which can have n enemies. JOHN BRODIE: f Meets 1st and 3nl Mondays 8 o'clock. brethren are cordially inrited, G. XfAVIES, W.P 24-ly "T. J. WHITE, 8 LETHBRIDGE J.OUiit NO. 1 C. B. P. O. E. ifeeta on the second Tuesday of month at 8.15 p.m. Er i. SHARMAN, M. PRIK3T. E. R. Secretary- FOUR WERE KILLED Clayton, N. M., Oct. sons were killed near Clayton last night as the result of a tornado anc cloudburst. Accounts must be THE WIFE OF HIS YOUTH Widower Sends to Germany for Wic ow Once Bride and Will Marry Her New York, Oct. coupl in Germany nearly fort years ago and divorced about twenty years afterward visited the City Hull yesterday and got a marriage, li- cense.. They Conrad Knubbert, who lives on Staten Island, and Ma- thilde Jans. Each is past sixty and each had married again. Knubert's second wife died some time ago and about a month ago he learned that his first had become a widow. He cabled for her to come to this country and marry him agam and she got here on Monday. PAID before the 15th of each month Lodge Pride of Alberta, No. Sou nf [Rflaul kufit SocMi ia the KnigkU of erf rj finit and third Thursday in the at 8 p.m. ViiiSing brethren alwaya wel come. Walter Applsby, W. President Yn4 T. iku. Bur 57. A. L. Roy Wholesale Liquor Merchant Ptae 50 P.O. Box 82 No. NORTH-WEST ASSOCIATION OF STATIONARY ENGINEERS Meet in the Labor Hall every oeo- and and fourth Mondays in tha month. Employers requiring certificated ea- gineers, and engineers out of employ- ment, wmld do well to with ua. ROBERT NEVIN, W. A. DICKSON, Secretary, 44-lyrd-w im TIE TOTW FMEII Dainty Dorris Donner at the Ly- ceum In Wooden Shoe rare treat. Capital, Rest aid Profits Exceed OF CANADA Deposil yonr Snrptas Ctsh thxmgh you are likely to need it again in month or It u-iil be safer in this I Bank than in your keeping, and will be earning Interest at highest current rate, compounded 4 times a yenr. A SavlBfS ACCMBI, however small, r. wealth, and this is the time of the yrar tc r- when money is coining in freely. Oar Jtfot ActOtBt is very convexievt._ in the names of two members of farr-.i-y. of vhnr: deposit or withdraw money when in town. J. R. Anderson, Manager. t r Itie Coaldale Restaurant 5 Is the place to get a good Square Meal. Everything new and clean. Ctehii teturot's SU Coalde.le Block. Short Orders at all Hours 1 ETHBRIDG IT HAS "THAT FLAVOR" that connoisseurs like ?o speaking of LcthbridRC beer. Of course no one questions ite purity. Strangers to its merit may know now that its quality is plass of Alberta-'s -Prido beer you flrink a month, a year hence, will de- fight just as much as the glass fiuaf! todav. LETH BRIDGE BREWiNGi J MALTING COMPANY, Ltd First-class Cafe IN MR ROTH DINING SOON Short Order Setwtcn Meals CARKOLIi DOYLE ;