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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 30, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta Fresh Oysters Ulamcd Ot. W. S. OALMUITM Pbyckton: rcry appropriately reHgion to talked, m the winter tiatt break out. Well, winur aUrted Jtrwaataa. Youug and old at and mMj to the front.' a in the was courting a girl, he would make a better oa bar if he got religion evening aorely weighed heavily upon him hi H4 Herb tetamt Ortfen all Houw Block FhoteStt List your property m, We eta sell it, Uui Ohio. BLOCK tit; TW a BUM ing part of thia, M tha BUtttbar of mum who Cor the Conearvatir? party ol a ahMMiol a Calgary Afcerta b a4 plctum Lyeaum, 1 taking now to fOM The should re- BMt. aaamUw that if tfray can be bought, they aiao can be Mid." Sherman ne- ver uttered- a tmnr ata tomcat. SATIgfltO WITH Hoc. Frank' opponent in IB >u of the Can- adian Courier contained following tettar: I am for Laurar. No, don't aay that. I will admit moat oJ it I am for Governments. I JHU for Whitney in Ontario and for GOUJD in Quebec. Yes, they ware elected. Xo, I am not al- for- I was ag aiaat Why should I be a Grit today and a Tory tomorrow? You aee I am not a politician, only a business man. Wbea you of the glonooi tra.- ditioM of the great Liberal partv, or ware tie flag in roy lace, and ask me jto' remember the old chieftain, Sii John -A., and the National Volicy, your eloquence stirs not a drop blood in my veins. I 'am a business man and aomuhotr I just can t Edmontoa miU him a hU 'dcpoalt. Tfcat ICr, Hagrath'a victory not a Coaaervative win, if the following, en from a report of a Magrath meeting in the Magrath Pioneer, a sample of the arguments used in behalf: "Mr. J. Evans spoke more fn relation to one of that on the wall which, said, 'Remember the 'man who befriended you In the time of drought." He said that some years ago, owing to a few dry years, many of the Battlers when he were making various this youatf man joined in tl With tears in eyes, head bowed in sorrow, he loudly con- tacted the many ho had commit- there seemed then no hope for he. "Then a pause. ,A sudden thought brightened. said he, voted for The burden.' fell from his shoulders, be stood upright, a man among or thii one qualification seemed to I ilot out'the guilt of many of those) which he had coracutted." him, ami his fare looking at it from, a business stlind- 11 point. I've got'some jnanufxcUring interests in the Mayoe you would call them small but tUy are big to I've got some laud in the West; not much, hut iiot telling you this to boost uyscll, but simply to show you that I have arstake. Sir suits toy factories, and his immigration policy is making my Ian d more and more valuable. Possibly a sordid point oi it's business. Maybe Borden would suit me as well if I am satisfied why should I make a change? Every week I have a. half dozen good men come to me for jobs and go away without them. Perhaps they would suit me as well" as the beads of my different I-am satisfied with the men who arej managing my affairs, you don't blame me for not making a. change. Sir Wilfrid's government has made mistakes. Of course they have. Be- tween the two, of us, 1 have made a few myself, and if Borden were in power "he would make some. I am going to give Sir Wilfrid tbe j same chance J give to the" manager of} one of my factories and I am were unable to laeet their on the land which they had boegfct from Mr. Magrath on time, and which Mr. Magrath could have reverted back to him. Instead .of doipjt so, how- ever, he let the payments run- two'years until the farmers had good crop and were able to pay On Track Today He tartky Cs. Itt AT OLIVER'S HALL List night at Oliver's Hall the Tom Marks Company presented dy "The Irish to full house. The play which has some ex- ceedingly comical situations is well presented by every member of the cast from the, villain to the "Irish boarder." The troop evidently know hpw to please their audience, and are able to keep .them laughing or ap- fndkilbi for' pLaudiaf most of the time throughout the play. People of Lethbridge always Mr. Magrath's treatment of j patroniie good clean, and swell-staged farmers at the time of the drought and tbjs company deser- caught more votes than probably juu share, anything else. V German TsU.Shoemmn Between" Sage's and Boy's 1 i W OCTOBER 31 tuc HUB CAFE Puree ol Scalloped Veal rRoyal Boiled and Mashed Potatoes Sliced Tomatoes Sabaydn of Port Wine Compete change at the Lyceum; pictures tonight 271-3 J. F. Jot. A. Young Ufhts Raymond Raymond, Oct. W. Paris -is visiting in Lethbridge. J. A. Jones, of Lethbridge, is m Betting J town today.- In the. local campaign'two" men; W. Mr. Samuel of Cardston M. and F. S. laid a wager of each 1 is" in Raymond, on their respective candidates and I. Mr. Gillies went to Magrath on deposited the money with a third par-1 business today, ty, J. T. H. A Go. candidate Mrs. H. F.. Dyer and Miss N. waji the winner and lie is now in re- Thompson entertained Arthur ceipt of the following statement: We hereby declare W.M., Esq., to, i the winner of the above mentioned subject to the following de- tb-support him until I am dead sure ductioris that I can't go xrrong in making aiFee {or holding bet at 10 p.c. Tee for partner for securing bet ee for partner as witness of same Sore temptation of J.T.H. and C. M. for fortnight Loss of office time discussing bet- Stenographer's fee (this' is small) including stamp Registration of bet in our books Inquiries at bank to settle grave William at dinner Tuesday. B.B.C. their meeting at In Account wjth J.T.H. CO., {the hotel last evening. A banquet OFFICIAL STAKEHOLDERS, the Old An vrr >rr excellent supper vas served. BOOKIES, ETC., inc.. m 7 orCalgary town. Re wager on Dominion Elections, Thg younf People's So- between W.M.Esq., of the first part, their meeting last evening and F.C.S., of the second part, Presbyterian church. The SUM involved, [subject for fvening: Jev. J. J. Cameron gave an address on; the characteristics of Burns. Messrs. Calder and MeRae sang 'Comiag through the Rye." The life change. A Business. Man. That letter contains the sentiments of ;a host of people who voted for Laurier on election day. M.P.'S FOR LIFE What we seem to needr more than anything else in Canadian politics, or as a preliminary to much else, is an uprising of young men fir both parties, against the notion that seat in parliament belongs for life to the man who once carries it When a man has once got his feel under a desk at Ottawa, he feels that he must return there all his life, unless the electors of his con stituency get so tired of him tha' go over to a political oppon Saturday Night. The truth of canno be applied in Western io: are too new a country and men not had the opportunity of "holding down" a seat for any lengthy period of years. In Ontario there are sev- eral examples to bo found, mostly in constituencies where the Conserva- tive party is hived, as for instance Dr. Sproule in. East Grey, Geo. Tay- 1.00 1.00 2.00 .75 .25 1.00 doubts as to your ability to meet cheque Incidentals not included in the above of Burns was given. There were also several solos and readings from Burns. Mr. Sherwatd, of Cardston, is in liayjnond. from Magrath, was in Raymond yesterday. IheSouth Alberta lumber Co. Ltd Have just received a car of Exshaw Cement Prices Right Corner Miihpter Ford FOR SALE HORSES Heary and Light Safe SUWes WtW St, feaeber ol peanotorta, prodwsisosi-. VuiU or raoeivca pup torjr or advajsosd. oacbiaff orgaa. ar 1MR. ERNEST F. LAYTON, A Pupil of Geo. Wilbey, Loudoo, Kng., of Frank E. Blachiord, Toronto, is open for a limited number of Pupils. Also for At Banquets, etc, Tenni on application. Phftns 212. HAMILTO YOUNG The patrons of oiir ,L ate iiumber. .Webank oar reputation on anyt and every meal. Buy a meal ticket and investi- gate our services. K-you are not pleassjd don't buy another. Chow Sam Co. McKelvie Old Stand SHORT OIKES AT All HOORS Star RMM y fttecfc. B. Mar CONYBCAA Ofltoe: JONES AIU. Dainty-! Doris ths Lyceum. in skirt dancing a 71-3 Company W. C. flMMONS Etc Ottos: floutbard Block. Cab Hiring, Drayinf and Coal Delivery Phone Ofim'sHal 22S 654 The adventures of a, rolt of leum at the Lyceum tonight. 1.00 Amount iron 110-00 Bal due J.T.H. Your cheque to cover above bal- ance will oblige. Yours truly, J.T.H. Co. An Extreme" rHast for (Toronto Saturday iN East and west the Liberals seem to i delight in baiting man's duty to dress Also, it's his duty to dress well economically. Logically, it's his duty wear 'Progress Brand" E. Foster. the Hon. George From St. John comes a story which is about the most hum- orous that has yet been told against the one time finance minister, during the present campaign. Mr. E. lor in Leeds and John Haggart in North Lannark. These men have rep resented these ridings for years. It is not a case of their being such strong men, that they are jicAlpine was addressing a meeting j in order to hold the seat, for in r-.nrti, m St. John one cv-i case a Liberal would find it V Sold and by McKELVIE McGUIRE, the re th-.-'i sible of election, no matter candidate might be against him. But from the standpoint of Conservative party. Dr. Sproule. Geo. Taylor, and John "dead weights" at Ott.uvo.. are not men in close louch vMtl sentiment of the younger anil advanced element of the party. They are past the stage when realize properly the needs of this country. They are pctrifie-1 They have sat at Ottawa Tor Mvun- ly years or more and the tive party m the constituencies they represent, would be doing their district, as well as the country at large good sen-ice by giving tt.o nomination to younger and more uso- ful men. Xew life is needed in its ranks at Ottawa am' it cannot come through old worn-out M. P.'s like Sproule. Taylor, ami Haggart, otc. in the north end of 3t. John one cv--.1 ening recently, and this is the jhc told: c i "Up the river there are a number j Dainty Doris fives to j something new toniiht. Come early. Remember the Maine OUR POINT OF VIEW Ear5 Grey snys the French Canad- ians havo good manners. Well, they have on election dny, that much is certain. Hon. Frank Oliver has pone to Tiri- tish Columbia to assist Duncan Ross chance, and in baying Souvenir Writing Padf steer clear of the person who sticks closely to in- accuracy in tUc puffing of his See our South Window today. HE HCI1R HAND STORE ADDItON SON Funeral 321 Crabb 8t. LETHBBIDGE. ALT A. Office and'Rctidence PhoM 10t F. B.; ROLFSON ARCHITECT JAf. A. MACOONALD ARCHITECT Macdon.W Block, Atta. IE I save up aU tlie Eeal Estate that is walked .into my storem ;th6 course pi: i ahall "soon have at? the "meantime notice the snaps in Second band -Goods. They keep my customers smiling. :i Frank Waddington -TEI-EPHONE The Witch's Son, at the Lyceum to- night. 271-3 A. M., a R. A. meeticf nighw. thim Thuwday of each month la the Hall, P, O. Block, at H p.m Visiting brethren will always iwetiw hearty welcome, A.C.ME88ER. W. II. P. O. Boi the-eamsland we're do the Don't miss Emerson fit Van Horn in their new act tonight. Come and laugh. 7I-3 A certain lady told us i hat she was SURPRISED That she could get such a large variety of goods to choose from, and all the very best quality, too. at our np-to-date Store. This lady is now a regular customer of ours. Yon might as well deal at the best Store when yon can get goods jnst as cheap and in many instances cheaper than yon -will have to pay for at other places. The place to buy yonr groceries and fruit at in Leth- brirlgo is from TiTeGoodCo. THE UP-TO-DATE STORE MAKES WARM HOUSE Dra jii? Cmtract alVkindp promptly attended to You will do well to get onr prices "before placing yonr orders elsewhere Hayr Transfer Co. H. Hayraod W. G. Hole, Props. PHONE ISO WITH NO PLASTER Costs 15 Per Cent Less Requires no expensive labor YOU Can Put It On Write For Free Sample andinstmctions for applying. sending name of dealer to SOLE AQENTS Coal, Ice and PRAYING Western Transfer Co. BKOS.Propnetore Office opposite Balmoral MeeU 1st and Mondart of P Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren are cordially inrited. S. G. DAYIES, W.P T. J. WHITE, W. 8 PH.ON 63 L.ETHBRIOQE M c. B. R o. E; iecond TjawdaT of month at 8.16 p.m. E. A. SB ARM AN, M PRIEST. E. K. Secretary. Lodge Pride of 293. Sw of tifim taeftt SKtetj r in the of Hail irvt-and Urrd Tbvradaj in the.wmtk at 8 p.B. VUitiof tretbrcs cony. Walter Apptehj, Box 57. Chas. Peta Horseshoers and _. General Blacksmiths EAST OF TAYLOR MILLS iVork done promptly efficiently For sale locally by all lumber dealers Othello at the Lyceum tonight. Don't miss it. 271-3 Tie CaalWt kstamit Is the place to get a good Square Meal, Everything new and clean. Coaldale Blcsk. Short Orders at all Hours NORTH-WEST Of STATIONARY tKQINEtRS in .Labor Ban trevj aod fourth tbt month. Ernphye" requirinf eertifleftted and out rmplnf- ment, do well to conoimnicato with M. ROBERT KEVIR. chv. W. A. D1CK80N, Secntarr Dainty givts- pofellc tonight. J7I4 Daintv Doris the Lyceum. in skirt dancing at The Oxford Cafe SERVES GOOD MEALS. Has been Remodelled Fresh Oysters, Cigars, Fruit and Confectionery FONG Proprietor First-class Cafe IX TUB HTtt Stori Order Muh CARSOLL A DOYLB ;