Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 2, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAOC FOUR TMt LETHBRIDUE WEEKLY HERALD Lethbf idge Herald PRINTING CO., LTD. W. A. U Director and Editor. titical tield to buttle for the gover- norship of his adopted 'Adlai's views do not swem to be strongly centred. He seems to flow with the tide." and endeavors to reach power and position any wave that passes his way. He was a partner with the conservative Cleveland at SUBSCRIPTION In Advance Otheriwse a year S2.CC a year OUR POINT OF Nearly every Ldberal candidate in Saskatchewan was elected by a large majority. That shows that the Scott government is popular in that pro- vince. Washington and buckled up with eight years later the radical Bryan. Lethbridge is growing. T' ss blocks have boon under -construction. u new ADVERTISING Per Month Of him the New York Sun says: anci a church are being erected, and work will soon 'Mr. Stevenson has been on all sides on a court house, i questions and taken sides with and a 000 liro hall. uo one aguinst anybody. He is i hxmcimi houses .onVA i of all SJ.OO per Inch i equally esteemed by Mr. Murphy, or i the city so far this iliy t wo 1 u.it in ___! Tamrniiny ITrtH. Tllr. of the IK dependence League, under whose aus- pices he has spoken pieces; Mr. Tajj- sart of French Lick Springs, the Sage of Lincoln and J udge George Gray. .He is the most ailjustable of The Conservative party has a-j statesmen in a time of swift muta- plank in its platform favoring civiljtiou, and his one can im-j This woman says sl'ie was saved an operation by .E. CIVIL SERVICE REFORM merchants will patronize our whole-1 sale houses and industries. Pmkham's V egetable Compound. Lethbridge, thanks to the foresight 1 Frank JEnisley, Lindsay, of Mayor Henderson, has been putt- Ontario, writes to Mrs. Hnkhani ing on the right kind of city clothes 1 wrote to .ou some time this vear. K -ixi- -j-v. i ag-o, I Teas a rerv sick woman suffering are building with in-, female i nad innamma- O. W. Kerr Co. Bring in From the States Another party of 0. W. Kerr Co. excursionists have conic and the new government down there politicians always consider him dismissing office holders, right and j available. In Sir. Stevenson's case l9os j left, in order- to give positions to; the primary syste'jsv proves that no j f party favorites. original character and" bounding op- i The Fredericton. Herald, timist like Jini Ham Lewis can hope to esfcabUsh mfads of l who woman, I most heartilT recommend LydiaE. number of Mr. Hazen's. supporters in to alienate the affection of an easy- rain producing in western troubles. the Legislature have succeeded in j going people from a genial landmark, j Canada Jt ig safe tQ say tne ield landing jobs for their relatives dui- j however movable he may be." j here be better than any other ing the comparatively short tune j Stevenson-s ixdherence to politics! district and when it is taken into they have had the privilege of dis-j at hig age pensing patronage and brotners-in- Mr. Glasier made the _. start by the appointment of his bro- j ther-in-lau- to an engrossing cierKship effort in a similar ciirec.Ui.ra out did i not succeed, and then Mr. F-- B. j Black of Sackville, a defeated candi-j date m AVestniorel.-md, lamied. his bro-> ther-in-law on the Central Hallway j Commission, .and. Dr. Bourqtie. P. for Kent, has pushed his brother- i in-law into a lucrative position in the Crown Lands office. Mr. Finder does not seem to have a. brother-in- j law available for office, but he has; had his sonv appointed to a. couple of j positions up in. Southampton. This j is a. pretty fair record of nepotism i for the few months that the Hazen government has been in power, but it is said to be only a promise of j some of them to return and become settlers in Southern Alberta. In the neighborhood of acres were to' the party-all for develop- .Vegetable Compound. After using iment purposes. T AiJil 'filrA fk YIAUT Indeed SO per cen-t. of the land sold by this company was bought by ac- tual settlers. Mrs. 0. T. Lathrop wife-of the well known .member of the company has j purchased a tract north' of the city for development purposes thus shovv- ing Mr. Lathrop's confidence in the country. Ed. Hocking, of Magrath, a settler brought in by the Kerr Co.. had last year a crop of volunteer oats that went bushels to the acre. This year Mr. Hocking has a crop of wheat that will go 50 bushels to the acre. This crop will almost pay for the land. C. J. Wyman. also a resident of the Magrath district, told the Herald that he bought his land from the O. W. Kerr Co. Mr. Wyman has two to the strenuous objection of Mr. and a half sections with 800 acres in (From Monday's Daily.) (closing by Jaw and one gentleman j Kitchie, K. C. Hall apparently, is j crop. He estimates that his spring The touring members of the Na_ said it appeared father, ridiculous to ja witness who knows a good deal, j wheat will go from 25 to 30 bushels a parailel with consideration that that has been the atatesmen- iu other lands, but his j. case for the past few years, the land- law seem to have had some advan- aexibjlity the comparison j seeker cannot help but decide in fa- c- iurtfcer. he Sunny South. FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN. For thirty years Lydia K Pink- ham's Vegetable -Compound, made from roots and herbs, has been the standard remedy for female ills, and has positively cured thousands of women who have been troubled with displacements, inflammation, lacera- tion, fibroid tumors, irregularities, periodic pains, backache, that bear- O 1 T r> Penooic pains, oacKaene, tnac Dear- EDITORS AT LETHBRIDGE tion, dizziness ornervous prostration. Why don't you try it Pinkham inrites all stick __ n I women to wrtte .her for advice. National Association Being Driven She guided thousands to [health. Address, Mass. Through Our Harvest Fields i would not permit to come out, owing Mr. tlonal .Editorial association are due this afternoon' at 2.45 o'clock. The reception committee of the Board of Trade and City Council will greet at'the'depot and will board the train, which will backed down to The excursion- P.'s for office." what will happen later to satisfy.the, istg_ .viwins the site of longings of other relatives of 31. P.; ,TOnderM structure, will be taken to the Silver Farm spur. A number j of conveyances will be in waiting and I tlie visitors will be driven through the i farms of A. L. S. Sherd SES THE COUNTRY Our business jnen stay ,m the city tuo much, of their time. They don't call Canada "a land of liberty" and but it was not allowed to be elicited, permit the existence of such a ineas- F, L. Jenks, of Parrsboro. sent word ure. ithat he would not attend the trial, The politicians in the party, and and a'summons was issued. most of those the Herald met j were not pronouncedly confident that Taft would win. Some of them disliked Roosevelt making the Republican convention choose Taft and one editor said there was a strong undercurrent of feeling against Taft on that account. However, they all agreed that Taft was the safest man inhere they will be able to witness to control the destinies of the wheat threshin scenes. The try. oat to see the country enough, j drive continue to Coakiale' where should be organized right awav they will meet the train and return ib menu's, excursion uowi tne A. K. I. to-Cardston and.then-i on experimental farm, south to Warner. A day's trip J This evening 'there is to be a band through the fields would inspire am- concert in honor of the visitors on The programme for the entertain- inent of the visitors as outlined in to the letter. In the evening concert and a dance were the tions. Quite a number of the party spent the evening at the Chinook Driver McKay Called The next witness called was Fre. man McKay, Stansfield's driver dur- ing the campaign, and his agent at Stewlacke. This witness is reputed to know a good deal of interest, be- cause of the fact of a licc-nse inspec- tor having seen a case of whiskey, iu his wagon at Stewlacke on election day. The magistrate's rulings again prevented eliciting what he knew. to the acre and his oats 70 bushels to the acre. Ho also has one .hundred acres of flax which will easily go 25 bushels to the .acre and is worth 90 cents per bushel. Last year Mr. winter wheat went bushels the acre. "Flax is the coming crop in this said Mr, "Wyman, "for it takes only ninety days to The gentleman in question-farmed for twenty-four years in Dakota dur- ing which time his highest. yield was 24 bushels to the acre. We need not state what he thinks of Albftrta. Mr. Power refused to examine the witnesses any further unless the court) tjie crown an opportunity to i cross-examine this witness. The wit- le an.-dc_ _ Ulufa.- ongst our business men.greater con-; "ir squartv Science in the city and district. "ft j The visiting editors are accompan. satisfy them that Lethbridge j ied on their trip by C. W. Speers. of i o'clock this moaning is tt city with a jrreat future. They j Ottawa, general colonization agent of j Hat and Moose Jaw. would return with greater optimism i the Dominion government., and Wil.. The members of the.party Their special train left at five for Medicine than ever and be detei- liam J. White, of Ottawa, inspector mined than ever to get behind and j of -United States Immigration Agenc. push along every movement for the ics and agent of the Dominion improvement and development of this government, and George B. Coombs, city.. The narrow guage ideas ot of Calgary, travelling passenger agsrnt some of them would be discarded tlie 0. P. li. The National Editorial Association! which met in convention in St. Paul i recently, is composed of j Bribery Charges Proven ness he had liquor on. elec- tion day, but said it was only one bottle. The prosecution propose to prove by the license inspector that he had: a whole case. The prosc-cu." tiou here asked for an adjournment to bring in Jenks, the witness who had not obeyed hi d-mand for pape-s- i until the reaches the taining accounts of the proc-edinps. 1 Afler addresses by Mr. Hitch, loosen when using Dr.Shoop's Cough K- C.. the prisoner, whom he Remedy. And it is so thoroughly! lauded "good warm, harmless, that Dr. Shoop tells hearted, gvnerous. etc.. and by Mr. mothers to use nothing else, even Power. K. C.. who declared that the for very -young babies. The whole, j evidence proved extensive bribery some green leaves and tender stems j and corruption and that Bayne was of a lung healing mountainous shrub i connected through Hall, the Conser. give the, curative property to Dr. vativc- secretary with John Stansfield. Shoop's Cough Remedy. It calms the i the magistrate reserved his decision cough, and heals the sensitive bron.! until Friday. chial membranes. N.o opium, no Jiayne. asked if he had any. chloroform, nothing harsh, used to j thing to say, denied that he had injure or suppress. Demand Dr.) examined todav I anybody, or had received mon_ Shoop's. Accc-pt rio other. Sold by wonderful futim Col. visit t-d Calgary nine years ago and Iu? said that at that time ht- was told that Southern Alberta was only good for A. Ha.ll, secretary of "lie Conservative association in Colches- ter. I-L- admitted he had paid con. siderabl-.- inoh'-y out for various ex- penses, part of which was afterwards rec'-ived from Frank He had also paid the expenses of the campaign orators, chiefly yo ing law. I yers from Halifax, to assist at booths.! rum irmn Stansfield J. J. Johnston. grazing. Zsow eyes that it i he i Questioned concerning bis visit to i sees with his own T j _. l i Londonderry on the day when Beech- the" best grain srrowinp i ._ c lu: Standard Oil from getting a grip j no recollection." He held here but John Rockefeller beat J Carr's horse for considerable time at hem out. Acadia Mines while Carr disappear. Mississippi, in the cotton belt, had i hi the. darkness, but what Carr did Lethbridge. proving the streets and walks im. j ination that he had been in Carr's Bismark. and Salisbury pressed him and he was also much j company all that stayed with the turmoil until the last years of their lives. John A. Macdonald died in harness at a well advanced age. Sir Charles Tupper in the eighties views the battle like w. warhorse, though not an active par ticipant. Sir Richard Cartwright, with a record" going back to the days prior to confwe.ration, is still in har- ness. Argument docs not need to be called into service to prove that politics and public life hold the in- terest of the older as well as the younger generation. This thought is inspired by the re- cent renomination of Adlai E. Stev- enson, once vice president of the .United States, as Democratic candi- date for Governor of Illinois. One would have thought the high position at Washington would have .satisfied Adlai, but not at all. Now in his later seventies, he is entering the po- rc-p with the'he (Hall) could not tell. The details jarty in the person of Dr. J. Lu. of what occurred cas. The Dr. had seen Alberta Carr that clay ye.ars ago and the transformation in j_______-______________ that period, was all h, could talk IA clever .popular Candy between himself the magistrate About. Tht- entire party was unanimous in its tribute of praise to Southern Al. bertn. They predicted a grand future for the. country. It was evident this i Cold Cure being dispensed by druggists everywhere. In a few hours, Prcvenlics are said to break any And Preventics, being so snfe and tooth- part of the West delighted them more j some, very fine for children. No than any other section they had vis.' ited. The Quinine, no laxative, nothing nor sickening. Box of Sold visitors ridiculed the early by J. J. Johnston. 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