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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 28, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta "JR.S MB BlBl VHV oae upoa tae proatrate ol Povei Fowler, Baaaett aa4 Lately, fee i> apt to "Wd tfcqr art or they paafcedi aad treat 1 fell IF I SHOULD Wt TOKICHT Datty to be by Mr The waieh the party in ccat election, wuak- eaad by the of any political an t bj ilw J'-icl, certaia atMabars of the Conserva- tive party uiut-h tin of MMpirion iniaili "I of the Utttral party ou aocottot A caaafe of. awai TO Mr. ikxtim abte man and respected leader, ,he aai yet to prove hlai wU a great politician. Had he had the connate to detach himaeli from bers of party he jolt he by beiag: Mt i.i the of the ctoav.ea the Globe; George Foater U able to rear hkt eoaw what tvMad distorted fona aad oaee more hobble to Ottawa the right head bower ol Ijeader Bonten. A woaful ifooraaee, uot only as Our Country but also Our Land atill prevails am- OJig oi the leadiag papers add1, of the Mother Ijind. Korj iustaaoe, published >Uj nigh Holburn, Londou. W. C., speak- ing of the Federal election, says: "Chiueee and the bulk of the Indian population arc debarred from a vote" "Canada" should "get wise" to the citizenship of Canada or change name. VUUasm INeck fross We. If I should KM light- tribute to his r The 'Mail' look upon my quiet HARD ON B.C. Car of would have greetly strengthened his own criticism oC the government's A ol morals is a useful adjunct to any political contest but a baaic iaeue it is difficult .to handle and requires an outstanding attitude on the part of the man who it. Mr. Borden failed to Juraish that out- standing attitude in-the personnel of his own party-' A New Oiverce Law in the State ef Washingtan. Spokane, Oct. the legislature of is call- ed together next January, iU mem- bers will be asked to pass i law that only citizens ol the United States may apply for divorce in this state. This provision" is to prevent people LABOR LOYAL TO SIMMONS The vote polled in the city on Mon day showed clearly that-the work ingrnen stayed loyally by the JJbera candidates. It was in the portion of the city where the majority of th labor men live that Magrath's ma- jorities were the smallest, at the Fire Hall it being Oliver's Hall eighteen, at Westminster School one, and'at Peacock's twenty, while at Staffordville, Simmons got a large majority. This vote is all the more satisfactory .to Mr. Simmons inrview of the strong efforts put forth, by the employers to inAtience their employees in favor of The working- man very evidently recognized bis friend and voted for. him--_ roni British Columbia making this state a clearing house lor divorc s. There will also be' a provision that persons cannot petition for divorce in' less than one year after marriage, the present time many Tesidents of British Columbia and subj-cts of King Edward come to Washington and rent a room, establishing only' nominally a year's residence, and procure decrees. The new law will require all summonses to include the state, city and stre.-t address of the defendant, where known and outside the jurisdiction uf court, and! will make the giving of a fictitious kaowvS-wttttH have the grace To aay that Laurier didn't do bad. Considwiag IV- tnmbtee he'd had, And and can Admit that I had ittaaajpd fairly wit It would, that is, if I were dead al i_ If I should die-louigut. The 'World' would come and stand my bed; And take back all the hard thiujrs it had said, And point out how I got the of Blair, And prove I did the State good service there, Ynd, sobbing editorially, sxpr.i in How well I stood wita W- F. M. It would, if 1 were good and tonight. If I should die, tonight. The 'News' wouki gaze upon my pla- cid brow And mutter; 'Time for that third vol- ume And add "to my biography a leaf, in which my virtues stood in high relief, And print a yard of stately worded woe Where the Sbaretti cartoons used to -go- It would, if 1 were really-dead, to- night. Cement On Track Today Tk tatty Co. Itt. OR. W. t. OALMAITH soiAn'of water and light, 34 ft, U, price 9800 handles it. OCTOBER 29 at (he M4 sUdpath SI. HUB CAFE Home near 5 rooms, plaatated, 1900 down, baknca easy, ReaU (or a month WL Mimrr Gruinate 4 Weatara sitj, OfriCC-WHJTIitV BLOCX Phone 307 Fillet of Beet Italian Bouehe Bafctdaad Potatoes _, r _ Bribed Cnataid Poddtag tterta Wtj CL MADAM -NCMttf AM leather ol BMams at___ far aunt. J. F. Bodgert Jot. A. Young MR. ERNEfT f. tAYTON, F. German TaSTShoeman BetweeVSage's and Roy's We want you to know the why the patient of our cafe are pleaded. They are: 1. Our dining room is large and comfortable, (ruesta are not crowded. 2. Guests are served promptly and waiters strive to oblige. H. The menu u the item that has creaUid for ns such a favorable reputa- tion. Chow Sam Co. McKclvie McGuire's Old Stand SWKT OIKB AT ALL BOOB or wrong- address a misdemeanor, punish'able by a fine ranging from 1100 to or -imprisonment or both. WHISKEY IS ALWAYS WHISKEY OUR POIMT OF-VIEW As long as Sir "Wilfrid Laurier lives j he can retain-tbe 'leadership of the Liberal party and the control of the reins of government. T-ike the late Sir John Macdonald .the people love, admire and trust He draws to bis support as well as Bergeron, the man who toured the But It lint1 Good for Sick .People Till It Is Four Yean Old. Baltimore, Oct. Joseph P. Remington, of the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy, was the star witness today in the whiskey seizure case now" being Jtried in the United. I States Court. Whiskey, Dr. Rem If I should 'lie tonigb-t. The Telegram' would summon up a tear, Give short., sharp, scalding screams above my bier, And hold it a redeeming trait in me That Canada owns "half the G.T.P. But studious always compliments to dodge, Vould bar" me TJeaveii save through the Orange It would; if I were cold and dead to- night. If I should die tonight, rhe .Hamilton 'Spectator' would for- get That it had ever tried my soul to saul, pharmacop first appeared xin tb> in laeo. It was defin- IheSouth Alberta lumber Co. Ltd Have just received a car of West with jsorderi, Beauharnois, Quebec. wna beaten in On Oct. 22, the Peterboro Review Conservative, put in glaring type across its tront page the words .tottering to his fall." No doubt yesterday.it told its readers that he had teetered back to power. One thing the recent campaign is to be thanked for is the fact that the Eye Opener was put out of business. ed in that work under'. tVe Latin name spiritus frumenti, i A j vujnimixa mnu. dent s contemplated r.-si produced a large portion of the meat food animals in this country last quarter of a century are all intensely interested at one stacks the lamps and rie odder lacks de cago Tribune. Let us give our attention now municipal politics. We want to see that next year's council is made up of gooil men. 1 tication of the this time in prognos-i future supply of; 1 cattle and hogs. By the future sup- j ply they refer to the probable supply i for the later autumn months this! yvar. There has been no time in the; hist decade when the matter Has The adventures of a roll of leum the Lyceum tonight. SINGING. lino- the Presi- contemplated is not generally credited. a scream by Emerson and Vanhorn. TO SOLVE SERVANT PROBLEM St Louis, Oct; Pe- loubet Norton, assistant professor of household administration in the Uni- versity cof Chicago, suggested to _the Illinois club women in session in East St. Louis this afternoon that the time is coming household work will be done by business firms organized for that purpose. The hope she held out for the solu- tion of the servant girl problem was voiced in the opinion that companies would.be formed to furnish trained persons to do all the different branch- es of housework for long or short per- iods and do the work-on business principles. She said she thought such companies would go far toward solving the problem. The clubwomen heard h.r with ap- parent approbation. We have the teams and we're here to do the basinets Bnjiitf Contact fort of all kinds promptly attended to You will do well to get our prices before placing your orders elsewhere Hayr Transfer Co. H. Hayr and W. G. Hole, PHONE 180 Lethbridge Latffe A. F. fc A M., GL R. A. Regular meeiinf nifhi, the tbirn bfuiitday of ;a Masonic Hall. P. O. Block, at 8 p.m Visiung brethren will always reaem a hearty welcome A.C.ME88ER; G.V.8XORKEY. W. M. Secretary P. 0. Box B7 MeeU 1st aad 3rd M o n d ay t iiLK. of P Hall at 6 o'clock. Visiting brethren njhe cordially invited: 24-ly T. J. WHITE, W.S J Coal, Ice and DRAYING! Western Transfer Co. LONG BROS.Proprietore Office opposite Balmoral LETHBRIDGE '.OUuc nO. H MeeU on the Kcond Toeadajr ol month at 8.15 p.m. E A. 8HARMAN. M. PRIEST E. B. 0ecreUrj PHONE _ -4. i---- Miss Ursula Archer, pupil of the1 Frank Shernan lost Ins deposit diseusscd? and 1 celebrated teacher, William Shake- thc Calgary election. The next time _ fl{ mfin whb. vcnluw an rcceiTe -n he bas 5-00 he will deposit it in that conditions as voice production. Also engage- bank or to ins wuc. today point {Q an unmistak_ ments for Ballad Concerts, At Homes, _. j., tT shortage oi both fat cattle and i etc. For further'information address magic lantern didn t hem, ,wga for coming winteT season Ule Ulhbridfft Consemtorj-of Music.! at n smaller nximbev of "lambs will roth iu.ihf The Conservatives vrerc so eager to i n bert B. Ames. His majority was cut A i in two in St. Antonio. Montreal. placed on feed and west is praetic- eonclnsion. Western PIANO M. Fnser, A.T.C. Tne Toronto Conservator tlofeat Hon. Frank Oliver that they ?ufferod heavy losses last season, of Music' teacher of and theory circulated dodgers to the people icav- j snd a ?reat propoVtinn of them o{ Highest artistic results ing the churches last Sunday. holdintr out this far this secured to gifted pupils. Personal these words, "A j ?7orthwoM well to with m. NEVIN. W. A. DICKflON, The Oxford Cafe SERVES GOOD MEALS. Has been Remodelled Fresh Oysters, Cigars, Fruit and Confectionery JOC FONG Proprietor! GOT THREE YCAftt, Toronto. Oct. J. was sentenced tbte isf to in tiary lot robbias UM Order Ictwm Nuls CAEROLL ft ;