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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 29, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta UfHMI Confederation M4UB WARM HOUSE WITH PLASTER YOU Can Put It On WriU For Frtc Sample iaatimctioct for apply ing, fjaading naoM of dealer to WnOOPEG, MAN. For locally by all lumber BCTTIHO AT SPOKANE_____ Spokane, "Oct. on the'election isrbecoming brisk as the end ot thfr campaign draws near, uttt oi posted in one cigar store at 2 to 1 on the Republican candidate for the pr.sidency, there mains to be taken up. One the of the betting here is that large amounts of money are offered at 10 to 7 that Chandler will dcf at Hughes in New York Frvc.Prestf, the ait-; tswrity ot Sir teib tW following atory of of rottfederatioa people iu aad ociy in iuto cflact the vary eircJa in Loadou, are of tha> part played by Sir John wtotrh the Caaadas to crown. 'Phis misiinmnng gsn-Uwsn. baa Mrvad loafer taub. auy living Canadian in the councils of the nation, seldom of the great part he has tak en in the country's affHirs. Sir ..John then, as now, WKS trusted by his op poaents as well as by his friends, and it was to this faxlt, more than to anything that ConfoderaTion is due. Confederation had been urgsd b_> politicians, for wore ihan two de- hut the extreme bitterness 01 party feeling awl the personal anioio- sity existing -between >Tohn MacdooaU and George Brown were insurmount- able barriers. If these two great men could be brought had not spok- en to each other, for several; yea confederation might be consumated. Those who knew the two leaders had little hope ol renewing friendship between them. Browu hated Macdon aid because, of some personal traits of character, and 3tacdonaJd despised Brown because of the bitter attacks of The Globe. Few believed the gulf between them could be bridg Hatoa Specialty Printing Bill StatMMfiV Cnvtloptf Cards Receipt Farms llC VIEW Of THE BRIDOC IT AP PCARS AT PRESENT TELEPHONE 106 UGH SCBOOL OBSERVER Oct. Johnston. Asst. Harding, C. Sher- lock. BROKE HER NECK Toronto, Oct. Queensvilb, near Newmarket on Monday, Stella Dreckcr, a young girl fell into .an unprotected trench at the Badlal Rail- way station. Her companions missed her in the crowd aridr in searching for her also; Jell into. ditch. They called for help and it was found that Miss. Drecker's neck had been broken. But it was bridged. John Carling was a personal irmnd of both, theae gentlemea, and it was through hia ol that they were brought .togeth er" aad 'jointly gtiided the Canadian ship "through one ot 'the most per lous passages in its history. In 1364 political condititna nearing- crisis in -the two Canadaa: A HOPELESS DEADLOCK "Whither are wast the question asked on every ,in the press, on the public platform; and in conversation. The parties in 4 M f f f 4 4 Ring Up 108 __ __W-hen you want DRAYING Done promptly and satisfactorily JOHN BRODIE the House were so evenly divided that it was impossible for either par- ty to carry 'en the responsibilities of government satisfactorily. The Macdonald-Tache GovcrnmBnt had first been defeated by al majority. of two, and the Ministers did not I know- what .to do, for it seemed as if j a regular deadlock had been reached. It was almost certain that If they re- signed any which took Mttir place would soon be in ilia same helpless condition. Finally decided to .ask Lord Monck, the JTrish. nobleman who H'as then governor-gen oral, to dissolve Parliament, in the faint r hope that, thoxigh scarcely a' Had passed since the last gener- al election, one party might: this time gain a majority strong enough ,to enable them to carry on the govern- Picture Framing m W. W. Handford THE PHOTOGRAPHER Place Your Orders for OR HYING ....WITH.... JUS. FRAME Satisfaction Guaranteed i PHONE 289 Crist expressed his" desire to help his opponent. and two of his supporters were invited" to' enter" the Government and it was decided to send a delega- tion to the. convention at Charlottetowii and" suggest to them not only confederation three provinces, but five. The -result was of the of the that the rnent. Before this resolve waa laid before Lord Mouck a little event happened, a chance meeting on a railway; train; that was big with import to the young and struggling colonies. A CHANCE MEETING Parliament was meeting at Quebec and Mr.' John Carling represented this city therein. He was on his way to the ancient capital when Mr George Brown came on board this same train'at Toronto. They were glad to sec each other and the poli tically opposed. discussed in a friend- ly way the troubled conditions through which the country was pass- ing. They talked .of the coming con- vention of the of New Brun awick. Nova Scotia and Trince bound- and robbed her of in jewelery and in cash, Mrs. Anna B. >Plough widow of a president of th WMi Th? editors-wlih to thank the few who contributed to our last number, but a few contributions do not make a paper, and Wi had to-do quite a bit of writing, ia fact, a good 'deal more than we should have done. This should not be, mud we ask our read- ers not'to be so backward in submit- ting contributions, even if they are only jokes; although we prefer lett.-ra and essays. A.Qrawing City. This, city is. rapidly becoming more city like. On. Monday-night we .hid four, entertainments going at O and the same 'time. .Three of thes: are permanent'establishments. Peo- ple .complain .of. the .lack of "money, but this can't be so, for every one of thesi places was :crowded. Leth- bridge is the city of the West. Still Running. Edwin, aged four, owned a picture book, irf which a fierce-looking cow was running after a small boy. looked at it a long-time, then care- fully closing" the book, he laid it away. A few days later h? got the book again-and" turned to the ture. Bringing his chubby fist down on the cow he exclaimed in a tone of triumph, "She ain't caught him vet." To the Editor of, the- Observer: Bear and -most ble accident took plac.t" ay to ar pupil of. Standard VI. This iupil was 'very much interested in tfr. Morgan's "Lessons in Physical and thinking out- a difficult as he .was running lownstairs. Suddenly It struck -hini hat he might become famous' if he could invent plow which could be steam, electnci- y, water-power, wind, gasoline, or norse-pbwer. y He thought his iiose to speak a 80 many thus he learned thai soon he had a store in his head, and stil; kept learnings more. now this is what He was ealied upon one week, And totally forgot Ou piece he vaa about to speak! x N His brain he cadfftlkd. Not a word his he spoke.at random, and this is. what he said: 'My beautiful! my beautiful! who standest proudly, It was the schooner breaking waves dashed high! Why U the- Forum- crowded? What means this stir in Under _ s spreading .cheetnut tree there is no place like Home! When "Treedoin from her- mountain delegates of the Maritime Provinces, instead of going on. with, their scheme promised to go to Quebec a few weeks later to discuss the confederation of all the Provinces.' ACCUSES FRIEND OF ROBBERY New York, .N. Y.- October Accusing a" man whom sh had frequently met socially o ward Island to discuss their eratioa, imd the benefits to be gain-' ccl therefrom were being enumerated. As they talked it seemM as if all was brightness and prosperity ahead for the Provinces dovm by the sea. but the exact opposite for the two Canadas. JIaybe annexation to the United States was not far off from them. Suddenly Mr. Brown straightened himself in his scat and with a voice Get our St. Paul Duluth Ry. Co., toda caused the arrest of Elmer M. Sta height cried if you must, this grey old head. King Henry of Navarre! Roll'on, thbu deep, dark blue castled crag of, Drachenfels. My name is Norval, on the Grampian out, wild bells! ff waking, call me early, to be or not to be, The curfew must not ring tonight! ,Oh, that tree! Charge, Chester, charge! On SUn- 1 ley, on! and let who will ba clever! The boy stood on the burning deck, but I go on might be useful, and so ward on this organ, and-after: he-.was finished the aforesaid organ'played more important part, in his "looks, than heretofore. He is now going around with his chief vocal organ plastered with court minus several pounds of-, flesh .from other parts. Yours truly, Sevaral Observers. The New Books. The school-has always been consid ered to hav.> had a fairly good library but the bookworms are now shaking hands with themselves and congratu- latinp each other, for a new consign ECONOMY IS KNOWING WHEN TO SAVE THRIFT IS KNOWING HOW TO SKND Both ot may be combined in dealing 1 Worsted Suitings In tveed and plain mutable for lad iea' and or dieatea, 40 to 44 in. wide, 4Ac to 86c Wrapperettcs A conbinatioe of White Saxony Wool Blankets the article Cor iUi weather Overcoats In Beaver Clothand Grocery Department f reah Oyalers, aad Apple Batter J. BROWN CO. LTD. JLL A WELL KNOWN BANKER The Street Grading. The street grading is still progr.ss- ing favoraly. Where the streets are finished they look, nice and clean but where they-are- not they are _m a deplorable condition.' Travelling over them is like going over a range a aiountains; first down, unti ou come .to destination, when -ou either drop about four feet int peraon said we did not play baseball, and played nothing but rounders. This is not the truth because, for several weeks before that letter was published, there wer, two trams in the field, playing base- ball, not rounders. When we dc play rounders it is because thert are not enough boys- to nuke tw full teams, and another tha GURNETS) XFORD Canadian Range This new oven fea- ture m a e s this range a wonderful bread bailer YOU who have worried about aa unevenly heated hava had cakes and bread burned to a cinder on one side while the will be glad to" bear of this new steel range that is really new. The front of the oven in a Gurner- Oxford Canadian Range hot as heat is evenly distributed throughout This is don? by the new- Oxford Division flue. The old styfe flue drew the heat of the fire to the back of the oven making that the hot- test part. This new flue heat and forces half of it to go over the front of the oven keeping it at an even temperature throughout. Besides this great the Oxford Canadian is fitted with the new Gnmey- Oxford reversible gralc, that burnsevery particle of coal, gets all the heat out of it. You cai t keep thi s range goinf alljhe winter, the grate has interlocking teeth which when operated cuts all "V MOURSE Maftager of Canadian Bank 'of who is a hcppy man, new that he it to have a fine buik mg 'in this. city. ce practice, and who could uggest a form vof ban rounders? Perhaps the writer f that: foolish epistle could suggest better one? Perhaps; we; might" get .he us 'they can play the game .than we can (at- least so the. writer He also said'thatv-the '.'Pitcher- tossed in the ball, which 'could easily b3 caujght by any little girl without any< glove." We Task that-anonymous person to come out' when he play rounders and stand the catcher should stand, without a mask, and see if he .could catch that "terror-inspiring or perhaps he could; get a girl to catch ten feet behind, the bat, yea, even twenty feet, and catch as good as. th? boya dol Rounders has its good points, which outnumber its. bad It gives those playing in the field a chance to-practice on grounders and redhot liners. Evidently the writer did not watch the boy playing rounders -v ry long, or h would have seen that the. way som of the 'boys got down to first wasn' slow. Thanking 'BRYCE- OH PAHTY SPIRIT Ambassador LtctUrta on -Its Ttndency vou for this .valuable New Haven, Oct. Amhaisadpr Bryce tonight in "his lecture at Yale on "Party Spirit, or a Hindrance to Good said imong other things: _ "Although, independence IB a good thing and conscience a vital thing, it possible to magnify small and to lose general perspective in politics. Those .who isolate themselv- because they attach undue im- portance to a particular issue are ipt to'end by becoming what is called in America, cranks. In England they haven't the issue, but they have the thing; The first pioneers of great causes have often been despised as their own contemporaries. "Party spirit must be recogniied as b'ing a necessity in seif-govern- ing communftiea. Men who agree in their yiews of public. policy are oblig- ed to organite in order to make their views Parties' are held to- g.ther by four sentimenia chiefly. One is faith in anoiher space, and hoping again to hear frcm we yours truly, F. McBeth, R. to leaders, a third the 'wish to make the party wise, and the PAT POWERS PRESIDENT New York, October annusl meeting; of; the Eastern of Sherlock, love of the desire not only to succeed but-to beat down opponents. Historj-ia foil of instances to show how the spirit of party may b? so diverted from its original pur- pose as to become a mere instinct of GURNET-OXFORD Golden Nugget Range TVi professional ball clubs was held at Victoria hotel All the were represented. The pennant for-lfOS was awarded to the Baltimore Club. F. T. Powers was pr.sident. Matrix Orford him to allow personal to; of fire brightind hot tf ly Un Air. c-firiiiip s _ stand in the way. _....fke wont to ?fr. Brown, and the first practical step towards con- 9 federation was taken. Just how great an influence 0 Carling's conversation with Brown at this chance meeting on n railway train, had in bringing him to a decision will never be known, but lighted. The grate can be changed from coal to wood burning m a minute without the use of toots or disturbing the linings. The fire linings are heavy, and may be removed without disturbing the top of j the range. Mr.! This range is built of the finest planished steel-blue finish steel. You should see this Gurney-Oxford Canadian write us for fuii particulars. TVt BT KitfK certain it is that to the thr-n mem- ber for J-ondon the Liberal leader The Gurney Standard Metal Company, Limited allegiance to a leader or a set of tra- ditional phrases." alt. i W omfpctafcls and frtf in I -1 Yonwillbetaited mentally and bodily if MARK JOHN- STON cleans and pmvet: your Yonr snit is gnannteed to auit yon. MARH JOHNSTON m ;