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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 26, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta Wt W. fMLMAITM A. ey St. V HxrtiktfiCi. Smith from gehart CspsMe o The.Mon- treal Gazette had fought tooth and sail .Jor the leader and had .been confident of his victory. On election which cpnatcned temporarily to oblivion, the., Montreal, paper-came put with a mild and entertaining di sertation on "Insect-Friends and In- sect Tous ofsihe Farmer! w-6 LoU in Block 15 IMt Addition. X postoAee. This Block lac- esoaCrabbSt., each MM the shevt an saey T. E. PATTESON Raem Black they" were, so -hard preeaed it tfce If be ta debated j bridge. voted lUeth- be at the hands erf the strong Conservative' in, JTeatern. Canada-. 'Herald, as'% supporter of .the proud, of the. candl the sOmdard ol ihit parity.: Mr. 'Simmons .is a> Liberal 'ciplcs. "He.'ft'a frcan the of the bat" -andTraring this campaign provyd that >e afraid to anddiecuss thatf they-. nataraliiod; arid Chinese woman, who had ra- thef masculine features. leaked.out frotn.aChi- Femie: -Jew days who-saui, "Lethbridge 'better itsuea. Aa a leejislator Mr. Simmoas kaa pro worth 'today -are 'tliat' he wUl city, and- district service at Vui warrant -the people the next One Mr. lity, his fraaimesa and' honesty .ia dealijaer with people oa >he platform, ap- place -for .Chiaa than Feraie. --'iT- no no naturalized China woman nice man Lethbridge natural- izf -China woman, -and she vote for Herrott." How is this for Asiatic exciwibnl.' Bead Mr. Eerrou'a speech ihls subject in the. House of Com- znpns- last winter. We wonder if Mat llaclean sent this lady a ballot -mark ed showing her how. to vote. EJECTION REfURMS AT THE TOHIGHT. TO ABOLISH THE BAR Winnipeg, Man. Oe4. vincial, ezecutavea, of the Moral 'and Social' Reform -'council of Manitoba and the Royal Templars, have both held xneetmgB thj> decision of Joe court 6n Tuesday. There was great the decision would prevent the vote from being taken, in- fortjr-five or forty-air municipaHUes where, pctitiona but where there were the mimicipal counciln to receive them? IfSrae' Decided that it would reasonable the electors who have done everything that'they could to bnag oa_ a-vote oarl yeir? adopted by the eieentivrs in -favor an .immediate petition to. provincial legisla- ture praying for. the. enactment of a meaeure would abolish bar rooms and knock out the treating habit. IheSouth Alberta lumber Co. Ud Have just received s caj- of person to.- aH men who desire in public life mm are not afraid ta say.-.what and-do what they, is'-right; that to- day will TetuhTMr. "Siinmons to -suji- port'the Liberal- Oon't'nwse Emerson and Vanhern in their Rehearsal. mitsical farce, "The First Kices Right Comer .Ford HMMUOi YOOISS FOR SALE HORSES Light C. L W. C. Stle SttMcs A iOH NO HO QOOO will start'out with a. poor-gun if he can help it. He can help .it, and s can you. GET YOUR GUN here, and it will be a good one. We have many styles and prices, but you won't find a poor gun- in the lot. AMMUNITION which we carry is of the best, and prices are right. HOWARD CASE GUNSMITHS LETHBKIDGE ALTA. JIN O Hurrah for thi fellow who wins. :f Hf. Stmmbos was not ulraid to go the lion's den and fight- the en- emy. tieL good "Tae baltle'i over and the victory ie you more that to- The Herald: was accused by the Con orgaa. with dealing in per- .v as imdefstand the- word, is making personal attache -on the character of JECB. The Herald practised no such underhand tactics. We criticixed Me; Magrath'a. record as a public man, AS we had. perfect te. do. character is above proach and we could not have 1 tacked him on. the. ground if we I desired. _ i Now don't get mad if you lose aifht, no matter irhictf -side you are 6a. Keep your temper. No matter how the' battle goes let fliet tofether and -work harder than ever for the advancement of Lrtabridfe. Suaay Southern Alberta and. weeterv Once cost a New. Hat. We are willing to go another thatour IMPORTANT DEVELOPMENT jyort. Oct. were im- portant developments today ia th joint trial W. Morse an< Alfred H. Curtis charged with conr spiracr'and violation of the Federal banking'laws. First the prosecution produced letters to show that Comp- troller of Currency" Hidgely had fore- seen the impending failure of the bank and that he had written a- num- ber of letters to Morse and Curtis them against making such large loans on what he termed un- substantial collateral :to" the officers end directors of'the bank.' Horsesboen and QenenJ EAST 6F MILL3 Work done promptly: A efficiently PREMIER WARD IS AGAINST Wellington, Nt-Z., MILITARISM Coal, Ice and MAYING i WesUn Transfer Co. LONG BROS.Proprieton Office opposite Balmoral PH o N e ea GIVEN A SLAVE Mr. Ham harassing Prasent an Em- Ruled and Vnrnlod Are the T. MARKS' CO. TONIGHT. The celebrated Irish comedian Tom Marks and a clever supporting com- pany begin a week's-, engagement to- night ia-Oliver's Hall, "The Irish with special- ties-between 'acts. There will be a complete change ot program each evening during Beats on sale daily at J. D, Higinbotham's. rtturna given from stage to- night. mier Ward, addressing a meeting here condemned the attempts to _ creat a spirit of militarism New" Zealand. It was "however, he. said; to such system as would be capable of doing whaf the imperial authorities suggested, name- ly repel a raid iftone should occur. "Tht shadow of east is over Aus- said "and we are far' away from -Australians arc preaching the doctrine of a "White Australia." We have no need to do this in New "Zealand for we arc all determined-it shall be so." ELECTION RETURNS LYCEUM TONIGHT. AT THE Den't Emerson and Vennorn in their musket "The First Rehearsal." Montreal, Oct. of a real live coppor-colored Moslem slave, a young man answers to the name of Aba-el-Kadr, to Mr. George Ham, qf the. C. P: R. today was the most exciting incident in local" rail- The gift came explorcjf and traveller, M. De Con- ley, who is at present visiting Mont- real, and the slave was instructed to on no account depart from the per- sonal bidding of might naturally b? supposed, the gift caus- ed considerable embarrassment to Mr. Ham, and he sent it back to the Windsor hotel .with a; note explain- ing that C.P.K. officials are not per- mitted to accept gifts from tar pub- Complttt cKanfe of eotirt prefram at the Lyceum. Complete change ef enttrt program at the Lyceum. It pretty certaia that avother poiiUcai battle will agitate this murjty in -.a short, thne' as -an tion-. held the ia the-Atoerta cfcafcd bV Hr. reciejnatioD, It will to' talk muni- cipal politics again'. A. week from- tomon-ow our friends the Uae will decide whether Tart PC Bryan, will' .aaeaide over of the United States the next four yean. From present it fuine; to be a close OeEarta STMNO MtCLUftE WETRGfOLITAM UTtCA OLOtC SATURDAY EVEN I NO IT HAS 'THAT FLAVOR" that connoisseurs like-so .much- speaking of Lethbridge beer. Of course no one questions its purity. Strangers to its mexit may know now that its quality is glass of AlberU's Pride beer you drink a month, a year hence, will de- light you jusr as much as the glass quaff today. LETlBKPCEMEWlNGe HALTING COMPANY, U4 Tte Iftxrti biny Nd how offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THE MARKET lib IwH jMk Nlnal Mri lot T9QH A Also a few Acre Lots East of Westminster Road, each TERMS EASY Cue-third cash, one-third 6 months, balance 12 months. Interest 6 per ccr.i. per annum aft HAND STORE Oahkfc. itTi. J'l have one ly ear and even -now- peo- ple say that they did not know -of store. Let me help you to locate it. -Look down Bound street and amongst the "signs yon will a big, my sign. Walk along and you will find store with dirty windows, but full-ol good my'store. Walk inside and you.will be welcomed by a 11, sickly- looking youth, r. AftOHITBCT I WMtney sucking that's cough me. FRANK WADDIHQTOH Round St. Company X AlrCHITtCT tedpathSt AJU. Oft) A. F. A Jl.. Q. R. Ai murting nitha, tha thtai of each moBth ia-lka Masonic HaU, P. 0. Block, at jm wiU always a hearty weJeome. .cjiEaBKR, _ c.vjnoucirf. W. M. Coal Delivery IteX Hal Mewta lat tmd M -oVlocfc. breUmn are eordiaDy iaivited. 8. G. DAVIKH, W.F 24-ly T. J. WHITE, W.g LETH8RIOOC NO.- cr B. p. o: c. Meetf oa the mouth "at E. A, 9RARMAN. E.B. M. num. Lodge Pride of No. _ _-., We haye.., the we're Kere to do and the BaH taird Ttanday te aMwla t ytaitiac tmara ehrafe we! of all .kinds promptly attended to.. You will do "well to Ret our before placing your orders elsewhere Hayr Transfer Co. H. MM! W. C. PHONE 180 NOATH-WEST AMOCIATNM Meet ia the aod aad fwaHh month. vcOd so wefl Ie wHh vs. toncitt W. A. MCOOV. thresh Oysters Atthe ShwIjOraen all Hoars OliTer Block PhoM 228 The Oxford Cafe opOD ISCALS. His Remodelkd Fresh Oysters, Cigars, Fruit and ConfectioDery JOE FONG Proprietor in the psacs to fat afbti CosJdak Block, First-dass Cafe lit ;