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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 3, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta Dtftytierdfcr [won afrttt MMJ UM courae. Hoik: Walter Scott itayc Saakatche. wan cannot afford to the of Hon. J. A. Gilder which is taken to mean that a seat will be found for the defeated minister of educa- tion. Hardly a night pasaes that a dozen or more people can't find accommo- dation at the local hotels. The num. her of people coming into the city is unprecedented! y large and if the rush keeps up accommodation will hava to be provided somewhere. Canadian book terribly backward: They have been and are today producing school which are a disgrace to the printing art. If they wish to hold the busi- ness, they must learn to do better. The Saskatchewan and Alberta gov- ernments have taught them that. Car of fet both IMV and oid auat SHEEP AND ALFALFA The: Lethbridge district is not 'de- veloping .feeding enterprises as it should. There are sheep and lambs in what" might be called the Lethbridge. district extending south to the boundary, and east as far as Grassy Lake. The surplus mutton from the bands in' the neighborhood nearly-all goes out in the iall, it goes chiefly to one firm and the price this Ull will be about four cents. The sheep jrill run a little over a hun. Side lin't Thit a Dandy? Some sensational fish stories have been reported from this vicinity but the following from Port Jarvis, N. Y., has them all beaten. While fishing in Lake Henry, in Wayne Pa., one week ago, John Ruddy, of Scrantou, set his pole in the boat to take lunch. When OTHER MEN, OTHER MANNERS (Montreal Herald) Are 'a Liberal a Conservative who equally benefit by crooked work at elections equally to be blamed and equally to be punished in this' coun- try? By no means. The Liberal is to be punished; the Conservative is to have the burden of blame passed over to his Liberal opponents. That at all events is the practical appli- cation of the doctrine of equal rights madefy the Toronto News in connec- tion with the Colchester election rev elation. What has happened in the Col chestbr case is in a line with wha happened in the London election case. Long after the time of electioi protests had' passed, in thevLondoi case, some men were brouAit into the police court at Toronto, >-ho told latent; the place to get a good flrtatty Co. ltd. he turned around his pole "was dis. about spendmg of money at the appearing beneath the surface. He London election. Did the News then dred pounds each and the per returns.will be from four dollars to four and a quarter. Lethbridge has stacks of alfalfa, the best sheep fod- der grow-n. 'Fifty or stacks can be counted from one point near Par- ry's farm. If the mutton and alfalfa could be brought together with a Uu tie oats or screenings addeXl about December 1st and fed for doe dred days, it -would mean perhaps an increase weight of from ten to-.twenty-five pounds ,.ak least and an increase in the per pound price in the early spring of two or 'three -csets 2. pound and would furnish a little labor which would perhaps otherwise be idle. Farmers could make .a satisfactory profit in even a couple of hundred, but it is plain that the larger the number the greater the profit by rea- son of a reduction of average per head cost in attendance. .Who will establish a good feeding enterprise in the Lethbridge district? hauled up his anchor and gave chase to the pole, but as the fish had reach- ed deep water, the pole was soon drawn out of sight. Ruddy tried -the lake again yesterday and s JFK his tie tried to pull n up out UMM happened ip Coiche3ter. ras he thought' caught. Then News blames the Nova pole floating on the surface of the wa- ter. He tried to pull it up but line was something at the other end of the line towed him around the lake for half an hour. Finally he tired ihe fish out, hauled it alongside the boat and lifted it in. It was a catfish weigh- ing sixteen and one-quarter pounds. The fish was thirty-two inches long and measured six inches between the eyes. li LETBBKE argue that the Conservative members were to blame for not having pro. duced the evidence long ago? Now, after the election petition ir? Colches- ter, another man bobs up in a Nova Scotia police court and he tells what And the Scotia Liber, j als for bringing on this evidence now, instead of six months ago. Over the London exposures Mr. Hyman was forced to resign from parliament and from the cabinet. Mr. Hyman is a Liberal. Over the Cotchester rtvela. tions Mr. Stansfield is to--resign? GREAT REMOVAL SALE oiiuart; JuvvrrjumiK uew and clean, m tori Block. Short Orders ft all Hours the uew Bulletin Board For the menu for each meal. Wouldn't our menu suit r I Good Residence Lots Ou Weatniiuater Boad Courtknd Street for cadi One-third down aad bal- ance iu one and two year a at 8 per cent A Limited Number Only Tit C. l-lnsis ftgtscj tat Ifte Nttf ZU PtOFCSSIONAL CARDS Oft. W. I. QALBRAITH Phytleian, Surgaon, Grace 914 Redpath St. Hours- Before 9 a.m., 'Phone 63 8-3 7-8 p.m. NURSING MRS. C. R. GREY Trained open for engtgementa. Can be found at Mra. W. 0. 8t. MADAM NORMAN (Orchactral Teacher of pianoforte, organ, JIK voice productiou. Viaits or prepara or advanced. Coaching for anmi. Htward HOUM, Crabb ttrtat. OP HAMILTON 4 YOU NO EngViMrt and Survtyara Rwwn Block. The Spirit Phone228 I WANTED I W C.F.P.Conybtart. Morton fl. C. L JONES Barristers, Etc. Office: Conybeare Block. Lelhbridfo, Good lots close in, also modern house in" good location. Albert a fealty Co, Ucfc LethsrUfi Halifax Herald, the leading Conser- ative paper of Nova Scotia, is devout y praying that he may get a term in he penitentiary. We get traces of he work of this missionary of the gospel of electoral purity according o Mr. Borden, in the gift to Alex. McDonald of six bottles of rum; in the gift to Robert Falconer of ?3Q and a case of whiskey; in the gift to Arthur Falconer of "a grip hall of in the giit to B. Mor- rison- of with the request that the donee make the best possible use of it for Stansfield; in various other gifts of money and "long and in the request made by Bayne. on the eve of the police court trial, that the witnesses should forget ab- out the money and the liquor. The Conservatives have .one out o eighteen seats in Nova Scotia, and this is how they got it. Their prac- tices do not just seem to go with their professions do they? The City Council have .made arrangements where- by a Bns will meet the Spokane Flyer at COLERIDGE for con- vey ing passengers between that station and Medicine Hat at a nominal, charge of 75c each. E. ROBERTS City Clerk it may only make- them expensive. Trades unions sometimes prevent peo pie buying foreign goods oven when TUTTLE SELLS PROPERTY Fernie, B. C., Sept. W Tuttle mayor of Fernie disposed of his valu- mmion. Similar tables giving the present cost of living in different parts of Canada. Special articles on the several in- dustries of Canada. The codification of existing laws for the protection of persons in fac- tories, stores, etc. mines, on railways, Coal, Ice and I PRAYING t We ste rn Transfer C o. J LONG BROS.Proprietors Office opposite Balmoral Fly Time is BOW here We can do your odd work in Screen Doors and Windows and do it as yon want it Screea Doors Screen Windows Once made to fit your win- dows or doors they are good for years. CAR OF PLASTER OF PARIS Just Arrived PH O N Statistical tables snowing the num- ber of accidents sustained by work- ingmen during their employment, causes, results, etc. Extent of trade union development they are cheapest. From this point of able property yesterday which is sit- uated on the corner of Cox street and Victoria lots 8, 9 and 10 in block 10. The price paid was fifteen thousand dollars cash and the deal was put through by Sherwood Herchmer, barrister of this city. It is rumored this property was bought for the Home bank, who will erect a costly building on it for Iheirjaank. ing business in the spring. This isj considered the most valuable site in the city and at present the Trites Wood company and the Royal Hotel have their temporary buildings erect- ed on it. in Canada. The number of labor with date of their formation and names of officers. The chief legal decisions in the courts of the Dominion, which in any way effect labor and reviews of im. pedant The information under thosf heads is such as has never bf-fore been sys- tematically accumulated in Canada and its value as a basis for ]--gis1a- tion and all efforts looking to the im. view the trades union is a great friend of the manufacturer. The lat- ter never admits it, because that might endanger the benefit. He- keeps quiet and conceals his country is not' insane. Canada should manufacture to be over estimated. With the exception of tho Labor Gazette there is in Canada no source to which workmen and their employ, ees are able to turn or will be able to turn in futnre days for the story of actual industrial and labor condi- tions in the twentieth century. The misfortune is that such a publication did not exist many years ago that we might be the better able to com- pare the conditions of today .with conditions of twenty years ago. OUR POINT OF VIEW Three Ontario Conervative members of the Commons, A very, Frontenac; Ward, Durham; and Jackson, West Elgin, are miring. Now if these three were Liberals the Conservatives would immediately figure out that they For the Canadian National Exhibi.! tion, to be held at Toronto, August i 29th to September Uth, the Canadian Pacific RaiWay will have in effact special round trip rates. For full icr own materials if possible, but information as to dates of sale, she should not allow any set of man etc., apply to the nearest C. ufacturers to have such a monopoly that they will cease to be progressive A Great Opening up of goods for the young ones Teddy Bears, all sizes Money Banks, Tool Boxes, Toy Brooms, Carpet Sweepers, Blocks, Pistols, Sad Irons, Marbles and Alloys, etc., etc. Come and see them HE FEME mm P. R. Ticket Agent. 09.17 DR. O. J. COURTICE DENTIST Whitney Block After September 15th, Dr. Courticej will occupy his new offices over Donald's Store, corner Round and j Redpath Sts. j Hours 9-12 and 1-5. Telephone 255' MADAME NORMAN i (Orchestral Pianist.) j Disengaged for evening engage.! ments, town or country. Every branch of professional work understood hav- ing had 20 years experience in a Band of fourteen men, all musicians Fifty Dollars for Fifty Cents Dear Is a Bottle of Liquid Veneer worth Fifty Dollars Well, just try the goods, observe the results and decide the question for yourself. H your piano has a blue, smoky look, and if Liquid Veneer instantly and permanently removes it, thus saving the great expense of sending the instrument to the factory for refiuisHiag if your furniture, woodwork, picture frames, chandeliers, gas fixtures and brass bedsteads can all be made to look like new by simply wiping the surfaces with a cloth moistened in Liquid Veneer, thus saving the tremendous expense of refinishing everything, as well as the annoying presence of varnishers and the nuisance of brushes, paint pots, sticky surfaces and varnish smells, all without the loss of the use of your rooms for a moment, don't you think that a 50c bottle will really do you more than worth of good? That is exactly what a 50c bottle of Liquid Veneer will do. Just give tt a trial and satisfy yourself. We know that if yon use it as directed you are snre to be delighted with the results. Yours-very truly, BUFFALO SPECIALTY COMPANY Canadian Order ot Foresters Cart Ldttrifee Kt7262 Meets in K. of P Hail last Thursday of month. Viiiting Brethren Welcome J. F. ROGERS, C.R A. NEIDIG, F.S. TO YOUR HEALTH you drink every time you drink bottle of Albrrta Pride Beer bottled by usl We bottle only the best whether it is beer, mineral wat finger ale, sarsaparffla, kola kola, ronbrew. otc. Our soft drinks are 11 healthful, as well as the pure and elicious bottled beer, bottled by us. LETHBRIDGE BREWING 4 MALTING COMPANY. Ltd C. W. GRAY Lethbridge LCTHBRIDGE i. C, 8. P. O. NO. Meets on the second Tuesday of eacfc month at 8.15 p.m. First-class Cafe lira urn MINE Short Order letwetn Neils CARROLL DOYLE The woman suffrage movement mus be making groat headway in the Eng lish A. SHARMAN, E. R. M. PRIE3T. Secretary. Lodge Pride of Alberta, No. 293. Sen of Eiflari bwtit tot] in the of Hall erery first and third Thursday in ttie month at 8 p.m. Visiting trrthivn wet Walter FrH T. Robins, c. W. Fmtitent. Box 57. bridge NORTH-WEST ASSOCIATION OF STATIONARY ENGINEERS in the Lr.bor Hall erevy and and fourth Mondays in month. Employers requiring certificated en- gineers, and engineer! out of employ- ment, would do welt to commurncaU with at. HUBERT NEVIN. Chtet W. 1. DICK8ON. Secretary. 44-lyrd-w ;