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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 29, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta wlll( ectttuuw, as UM this couatry duriag the past year, uc aad it it that cut, but tiartwr tinbcr laad ac4 MMUnrf unprodMCtta by tiaftt will the pcttt bar to advance. U lomraed, OF VICW The political staadiag in British Coiumbia u Caotervativec tad two Liberals. Kootauy almost certain to as Govcnumnt so B. C.. will have a Oberal majority atj Tss to the chevtuiit tree sits. KOrCSSlONAL Uboriouftl? be A stok to tittle And with such avidity And with preeiaion He heeds not farmers who repeat Their call tot b piteottsljr tbej entreat And point where ripe grain stands; hi ties which hold him to his teat Are strong iron City Star. Car of A Ratirihf M_-. lOttawa and will j the asked the lady who to the only province, with a majority a HESCRVE IN ALBCRTA There a strip of laud lying along thi wcatcm boundary Alberta, awi commonly the eaatem slope ol the Rockies, which abould be uiade iato a permanent forqst reserve. It is utterly unfit for agriculture aud be profitably, used by the nation for the growing of timber. S The timber uow used the plains 'iiearly all comes from the interior o Britiafe Columbia and the Pacific and this supply is constantly owing world wide market for which the trees are being cut. The demand ia coufeantly and cteadiiy growing as development and settlement proceeds on the prairie. Thus the price is sure to advance and to this price must 'be added a high freight rate. At the same time 4hcrc is a belt of land on. the east slope of the Rockies from the foothills to the British umbia boundary, twenty to forty miles wide, which, aa we said, before, is unfitted for any other purpose thaa the growing of timber and the. devel- opment of whatever mineral and graz- ing there may exist. .But, owing to repeated slestructive fires, ;the valleys in the mountains, which. have been of supporters lor Bordea. Liberals of Winnipeg should not allow the Carsou case to be propped. It should be carried to the highest iu the Empire if ueceasary and the methods of the Rob- liu Government completely exposed. irthe Liberal Government at Ot- tawa was half as bad as the Roblin govermrient in Manitoba it would de- serve to be defeated- The majority against Bergeron in Beauharnois was most unlucky number. "I don't have to be, replied tlic applicant, you happens to want Globe. A report says Bergeron may be of- fered Borden's seat in Carleton, Ont Might as .well expect Grand Master Sproule of the-Orangemen to be Out, The intend to pray thai you may forgive Casey for throwing that brick at ..you, V The Mebbe yer riv'rence'ud. bj saving toiine if ve'd jUst wait till Oi git well, for Most -'men are abk to get off smart tWngtr-thanks to the lack of adhe- siveness in mustard plasters. After a girl has passed 20 the candles of her birthday shed too much light on the affair. Cement On Track Today [THE I The veneValbe JoUfi Biffekow haul tent a letter to a. nieetinf by MettraT Harmon, Framru and Her- rt, ol" ClevelaadV n.t, in which he wild there need] ol efleetive opposition to the Re-j publican party, denounced a high Ur-J ifl, said no DUU waa ever bom'who! was fit to be eutruaied with absolute power; said BooaeveU cd" Mr. candidacy on the R.'publican partjr, satirically out-] Mr. TaftY career ttnd, said the Panama Caual had already coal more than T ait's engineer's 1 had estimated as the total cost .and hat an untold sum was needed to I complete it. oottagt OB Oatbill Ht, acath of water and light, 34 ft. lot, price handles it. uear 5 rooms, pUaterea, t300 down, eaay. for a month Uerb tatty Co, UttfeMp S I t.too jn Anncs, 'Montreal. and always should be, covered timber merchantable size, Some men put everything off till to tnbrrow with the exception of bil collectors, and they: put them off in definitely. The adventures of a roll line- leum at the Lyceum tonight. with arc now swept deaf or covered with, only small poles. -protection, the grow- ing" timber which is rapidly coming along, will soon, say in from. 15 to 50 years, varying- with, its present age, reach _ a size adapted for farm I purposes, fencing; fuel and building> for coal-mining ,and for the produc- tion of much, of the .timber, sorely needed on the prairie. Though the timber will r.ever grow so aa LARGEST PURIFYING PLANT Columbut, O-, Can Purify Gallons of Daily Columbus, Ohio, Oct. larg- est plant for purifying city .sewage which has been.constructed for this country' is' now nearly ready for op- eration at Columbus, 0., and it can When a young man goes around looking as though he hadn't a friend on earth it is either a case of love or indigestion. F. German Shoei Beiweira Bagc's and Roy's Mr. Bryan, after making fill ;en speecKes in Indiana to enthusiastic crowds, made five speeches afc night iu Louisville, where he wag welcomed by V parade nYibg He again said that "purchase (of votes by the Republicans) is now contempt lated wherever a purchagetible voter can be demanded that the R .-publican Congressional Campaign Committee say whether it would make public its receipts, intimating that money "too much Tainted" for the Republican National Committee to accept was being diverted to the "blind of the l Committee. He called the high tariff a panic, breeder, saying all the panics of the last forty-eight years hid been under high of 1873 under the Morill tariff.-1863 the McKinl act, and 1907 the Dingley law. Kern, in Syracuse, said com- mercialism had corrupted pit fend press just as slavery had, alW the rere curbed national ruin waa J. Jot. A. Young TOR SALE HORSES Heary and Light RODGER5 4 YOUNG Sale SUMes Wtod St. OR. W. I OALBIULTH 'Ph 7-1 Eadpata Bt a.m.. Dfl. J. ,ILUS OtUiTItT Graduate oi Uni aity, Cleveland Of FICC-WHITMEY BLOCK Phone 307 Hours: MS; 14 UAOAM; (Orchatlrai leacher oJ ar produciioa. or recaivca pupiU, tory or advanced. for exajiti.; Haward MR. ERNEST F. LAYTON, Pupil of Wilbey, London, Eng., and E.Blach ford, Toronto, is open a limited number of Pupils. Also for Concerts, At Homes, lianquets, etc. Terms on application. Phone 212. HAMILTO Cngtieera ar ft y Block. and Douglas fir, common purify gallons of selvage a day, or ths drainage of a city of more than population. The Scioto river at Columbus is so small at low water stages that the sewage from the city produces an unbearable nujisance and it has been .necessary for 'the [.city to spend something like a mil- lion dollars to abate it. Municipal Engineering Magazine says that sev- eral plans were proposed before a satisfactory .one was found, and the for it was based on the results small ex- Foor Tommy a. green apple -VIII, Then grabbed the ice cream from plVIH; Oh, say, he was sick, But the got there quick; i 'Twas :VIII; when he entered the News. Dainty mtftiing tonight. I tie that on the Coast the pine, spruce, on> the ot a 5Var in a _ j. periraetital plant. Eastern.-slope, will reach a of from 18 inches.to 24 inches, a size The large plant consists of six great profitable for sawing. Then there is the important prob- lem of the water supply. On the settling, basing or septic tanks, Jour of the tanks, each measuring 59 by 150 feet, discharging into the other eastern slope of the Rockies we find two, each US by 262 feet, thus giving the sources or all the great rivers, which water the prairie. These rivers are fed by the rains falling in the mountains and the snow lying at the higher altitudes. It. is easy to un- derstand that, with densely wooded slopes, where the ground is covered with a sponge like mass of vegeta- tion and ntoss, thft Tailing- water -or moisture from the melted snow will be longer and be distributed in its run off over a greater length of ti than it prill on a surface that has been swspt bare by fire, and consists of either hard rock or sun dried soil At present most of the. valleys have been burned over. vy downfall As a result ahea- of rain or quick melting of- the mountain snow results in destructive floods on the rivers such as thos United Theodore Roosevelt receives salary and other appropriations. that bring the .sum up to about Any person who can save anything I out of this aum and maintain any- thing like the dignity of a great ex- ecutive, has not yat.been found. As] associate editor of the Outlook, which I position kr. -SooscTclt has engaged to fill after his return from his Africaii' hunting .trip, it is reported Boose-] .t will receive a year. B. C. I It Burriatcra. Solici'to- Office: Conrbeare i AJU. W. C. SIMMONS Southard Block. 8 Gab Hiring, Coal Delivery Oice Prices Right LYNCH LAW IS ADVOCATED had the enterprise which Columbus hr-s been obliged to exhibit, and so have not found out what to do. for themselves WINNIPEG MAN KILLED Winnipeg. Man., Oct. R. Colegate, a well known Winnipeg rnivn. who has been in the insurance talk of constructing reservoir sites to j business control the run off in the mountains f.ars here for the past twenty ftom tjie train at Ignac.-, j iJ'-CJIJ AA _ f but the cheapest ana most efficient Qm., ycstf-rday and was killed. Mr. reservoir .will be timbered valleys j Colgate was returning from a prolong- which will hold the moisture and dis-1 vjsjt to England where he had tribute it over the whole season. j gone for benefit of his health. He The eastern slope also is the home j was 45 years oi age and was itnmar- of the best game, fish, animals. and' birds found in Alberta: anyone who visited the Waterton lakes in the south western section of the province will realize that fact. As everyone was banquettcd by the British Em- in this country may Jcnow increased j pirc League at the National Club to- fires in the timber decrease tho range! night. Col. G T. Denison, Hon. G. of the game and, that at a time when the population is becoming denser and Prominent Pas- tor at Minister's Annual Conference Moultrie, Ga., Oct. J. M. Rushing, one of the leading Baptist ministers 'of Georgia, threw the Merc- er Baptist association, which is in session here, into a tumult today by his open advocacy of lynch law for assailants of women The matter was brought up. by the introduction of resolution denouncing night riders lynch law and lawlessness in gener al. Several speeches had been mad in favor of the resolution when Dr. Rushing, who is moderator of tho as- sociation, rose and in an impasaioned speech pleaded for summary punish- ment of those who assault women. Pointing to the room in which the Women's Missionary union was in Corner Ford BtwnBe ADD I SON SON Funeral Embalmars 321 Crabb St. LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. Office and Residence Fhooe 101 F. B. ROLFSOM ARCHITECT Room f Whitney JAS. A. MACOONALO ARCHITECT MacdonaM .Block, Strtat Alta. JistScythoittafllisMlill 654 Dainty Doris to the public something new tonight. Come early. Chas. Co. Horseshoera and General Blacksmiths EAST OF MILXS Work done-promptly efBciently Rushing exclaim- LORD MILNER BANQUETTED Toronto, Ont., Oct. Ross and Hon. G. is more need of a national re- i sort for sporting and camping purpos vs. For a summer's outing or a fall's shooting no place ran excel the i eastern slope of the Rockies with itsj _ mountains, valleys, rix-crs and lakes, j the home of the goat, white, and black tailed doer, grizzly, black, and brown bear, lake and brook I trout, blue grouse, partridge and! chicken. Xowhere is there a country 1 where such could be more appreciated j than on the plains of Alberta and! Saskatchewan.- j A country similar to this, lying along tho Rocky Mountains in Monta- na, Idaho, and states south, has been hold ns a national forest, with re- sults extremely satisfactory to alii classes of people men farmers, stockmen, and all nscrs of any products of the- forest. The system has been to give'. the timber systematic fire protection, and to permit the wise use of all tim-! bcr, minerals, -water power and graz- ing wHhiR the forest reserves, at n nominal price, but to always protect tho interssts of the people by prevent ing tho waste and destruction of timber, the overstocking of any range or the abuse of any privilege. And Lord Milner o'clock. 1 ft E. Foster for Ottawa ed: "Not until my right hand forgets ite cunning and my tongne cleaves to the roof of my mouth will I refuse to protect the virtue of women, lyncK lynch law or no lynch law." There were many cheers for th: ag- ed moderator when he concluded, but the association finally passed the anti-lynch resolution by a small ma- jority. Entire change of Vaudeville at the Lyceum tonight. 71- BISHOP OF MONTREAL Montreal, Oct. It will doubt- less come as a rather unwelcome piece of news to the members of the Anglican Church in the diocese of Niagara to hear that their beloved Bishop, the Right John Philip DuMoulin, is among those whose names have been mentioned aa the successor to the late Dr. Carmichael in the Bishopric of Montreal. BowyiHe, Oct. to and Mrs. John Hawser on the 28rd day of October, a son. Born to 3fr. acrt Mrs. Gus Hadford Oct. 22 a son. Mr. Halvpr A, Hoode has returned from North, Dakota and Minnesota where he ho s been looking after his farms. Miss Ella Brand void was down last Triday night to the dance. -Mr. Clark has removed his harness shop to West Bowville and ia now prepared to accommodate all comers. Mr. Faul Wanwick returned from Wisconsin with a wife. Other boys are planning a trip to the States this fall. Watch their return. Last, Sunday morning school 'was j held in "the school house. A good sized crowd was'present. We expect a larger Sundays now, since the fall work is nearly all done. In tho evening Mr. Cantlon preached his farewell sermon. He is! going to return to his claim again. Mr. Wright is coming to replace aim. Friday night, Oct. 23, there was a I meeting held in the Bowville Hall byj the Liberal candidate, Mr. Siramons, of Lethbridge. There wks about two hundred people present and there was a dance after the meeting. The Bowville school district has cr- ated a new school house barn for the use of its ratepayers. Mr. Luc Wilson has returned to .his claim with an outfit of five horses. Mr. Harry White- is still running his meat waggon. The farmers nre still busy hauling their grain tc market. The Witch's Son, it the Lyc.um to- night. 271-3 (38) A. F. fc A. M., G. R. A. Rtjular meeUnf jxigbf, the tbim of each month in UM Hall, P.JprBlock, at Visiting brethren will alwayi nsecive hearty welcome. A.C.MESSER. G VWORKEY, M. Secretary P. 0. Box 637 We nave the teams and we're here to do the v business Dnjiig Cntnct Work of all kinds promptly attended .to You will do well to get our prices before placing your orders i-laewhere Hayr Transfer Co. rt. Hiyraad W. G. Hole, PHONE 180 Meets Isl and 3rd Mondays in P at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren are G. DAVIES, W.P 24-ly T. J. WHITE, W. S The Witch's Son, at the-Lyceum to- 27W The Lethbridge Tablet has been manufactured ex- pressly forns. It contains four local views alternat- ing throughout the pad. One of tlije views is onr big bridge in course of construction. The front- ispiece design is by R- Sage. The sizes of the tablets are note, ladies' lotter and business letter. The prices are 25c. 30c. and 35c. IK MR. ALBERT ELY Pupil or Dr. Briggs, M. A., Song Singing and Voice Culture. Pupil of Chas. Hancock, Esq., F.R. C.O., IVR.A.M., Organ and Theory. Voice Culture, Pipe Organ, Piano, Harmony and Theory, Song Sinf'mg Open (or Concerts, Banquets, Re- citals, Etc. Terms on Application. Lethbridge, Alberta. The first rehearsal a scream by and Vanhorn. Dainty Doric the Lyceum. skirt Dancing at 71-3 CaiuuU Western Chartered Corporation Ltd. Capital Financial A gouts. Fiscal Agents Brokers. for Royal CMKcries Ht. All Stocks HEAD B. C. Dainty Doris the Lyceum. in ikirt dancing at 27W HAND STORE 410 ROUND STREET I have been here for one year even now peo- ple say that they did not fcnotc of my store. Let me help you to locate it. Look down Round street and amongst Ihe signs you will see a big my sign. Walk along and you will find a store with dirty windows, but full ol good my store. "Walk inside and you will be welcomed by a tall, sickly looking youth, sucking congh that's FRANK WADDIHOTOH 410 Round St. Entire change of VaudevilU at the Lyceum tanifht, EAT t .....1 2 Goal, Ice and JDRAYlNfiJ 'Western Transfer Co. LONG BROS.Proprietors Office opposite Balmoral PHONE 63 LCTHBR1DGE i.OUut nO. C. B. P. O. E. Meeta on the second Tuesday of month at 8.15 p.m. A. SHAKMAN. M. PRIEST, E. R. Secretary. at the Lyceum tonight. Don't misi it. 2714 CREAM Fnk i "BUDD" REED Sncccsior to Gr. W. H. K Phone 2U Lodge Pride of Alberta, No. 293 Seu if EifliU loetn Sicieti Meet in the KaigLu of Hal! errry srat third Tbandajr ia at 8 p.B. TUiUnf tivthrvc come. Walter Fn4 T. fiobiM, 8> c W. Bui 67. Strange how good that word but mot half as good the original meal at The Boston Land) NEXT TO AUJNCTOR BOTH BARONESS ROAD Ike CoUale tatunit J Is the place to get a good Square Meal. Everything new an A clean. 's W Coaldale Block. Short Orders at Hours NORTH-WEST ASSOCIATION Of STATIONARY ENGINEERS Meet in Uie Labor Hall tee- sod and fourth Moodaja ia UM month. EmpUyers requiriDg certificated gineen, and engineen out of emploT- ment, doxwell to eommuoioata with us. 'iOBKET NEVIN. Chkd W. DICK80N. Entire chango of at Lyceum tonifht, The Oxford SERVES GOOD MEALS. Haa been Remodelled Fresh Oysters, Cigars, Fruit anc Confectionery JOE FONG Proprietor Dainty rig new tonight. airly. 2714 Cafe I MMtff Stort Order Etiwect Neils CARROLL A DOYLE ;