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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 4, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta ONTARIO WEAK IN PUBLIC MEN A writer Ma ike Caviar, im MMAkinc ot'tlM aittufction in Ontario should a iu the Ca- from thia province who shoul- up alongaidft Sir Wilfrid." TmJoafl vthrm ihmiUV but has Ontar- io, out of Parliament or in. Parlia racfa. a nan. No. Ontario men in both parties, capable of >UiEj national Formerly it Brown, a Macdooaid, a Mac-, fcMsie, wt a today nei- ther, political party in that province haf A of man {of thfe laurier or fielding been found yet, unci amongst the younf at, .collefi, or "just enteriug fttaiftfttf and yet to be discover; ed, Ontario, will have to wait for oew: gaoarmtion. to grow, up before will come upoa the .scene.again. What's trouble? It is hard to Ontario ia thw foremost prov- a aoajrrk that 'lone, rv was .an oi UM Bock who was a baron in France. No doubt if the commjaaionar out to examine the faxxily, had been a little better paid he would have reported that John D.'a, one hundred and fifty-first grandfather was King of Patagonia. If Frank Sherman runs iu Calgarj he will complicate thev situation in that" city. Sherman is' a good, cam and cau hold his own on the There is a big labor hi Calgary city aud a heavy uiiuen. vote at Canruore aod Uankhead. paigner platform. 4.I.IHV -rmmtf -r priest has a project under way look- to the establishment of a home for and will give -ap the remainder of uw 1> this work and appealing for ft- naiicial assistance. Father Lacombe spent Wednesday and Thursday in the city of P. L. Naismith. A representative yf_ He-i'jilu pleasant half- hour in his company listening to bit tales of life in the early days and to the unfoldiug of his plans to establish a refuge for the unfortunate. men understand the evolution of the West as Father Lacombe does. And now since has has known the country since he is well qual- ied to understand its needa. Natur ally the Indian and the half- breed of farmers in Saskatchewan. One is jiave a warm place ia his large heart, made up of "deaf mutes" near Indian I However, the prospective home is for white people only. No doubt many will remember how through Father Lacombe's influence with Sir A Stacdouald and aud "Lady. Aber deeu, he was enabled to establish and successfully conduct a colony and school at St.- Paul's which unfortun- ately was burned- two years ago. It- is interesting indeed to reverend gentleman" tell of the con- it inuy not be known to many tlia there ure two rather unique colonies Head and the other of former colored porters of the C.P.R. at Craig. GKXEBAL 1LVNAGER OF THE SOVJERE1G X.-. JJ.VXK Plaster Wood Fibre HK9MOH The tattej Ct, Itt ti of the Supreme Caurt oj both en bane and for the! trial of cases, civil aud criminal, and! for this bearing oZ motioai and other] civil bocmeBK, wjU -ba held at the) liwej ____ EN BANG Place f Dates EDMONTON October 6th, 1906 and March 2nd, 1908. CALGARY December 1st, 1908 and Jtoe 1st, 1909. For Trial of Cutset EOMONTON November Srd. 1906, February 2nd and May 1909. WETASKIWIN November 17ih, 1908 and Apri 13th. 1909. T llition of the Indians in early days caused, himself to particular moment the Dominion in many. say. ince it has been shy of bril- liant men in the political field for quite a number of years. corporations with, their fancy salaritf are .enticing the most pro- mising, of young men away from lie life hut we rather believe, that the great .man, the man who is.des tiaed .to vleid the people and be an advocate: of the. interests.; o people -will never be -tempted a corporation Job. Saturday -Nigy..) JusC why Duncan M. Stewart has disappear at tho when lejcal pro- eediugs against him ,were threaten- ed, -is OQe of "the many threads iu this peculiar tangle of the Sovereign Bank management.' The action -r in question concerned a contract between the Sovereign, Bank, while ilr. Stewart and, the GREAT REMOVAL SALE OF aud of the influence of civiliaztion upon them. It is a shame that our contact has not always been for the best. The need for tlia establishment; of a home has. impressed itself upon Fattier Lacombe tor some time. He feels that while everywhere is heard wonderful stories of success ami gen- Wal "'Advancement are sad in- dividual cases where adversity has w BOOTS and SHOES AT GERMAN'S Ou Westminster Road andjOourtUiid Street to One-third down and bal- ance in oue and two years at 8 per cent A Limited Number Only Tie C. L bum NURSING MRS C. R. GREY Trained nurse open lor Can be fouwl at .Mra. W. 0. Courtlaiid St. RED DEER October 27th, 20th, 1909. 1908 and April CALGARY November .3rd, February 2nd and May 4th; 1909. MEDICINE HAT October 27th, 30th, 1909. LETHBBIDGE October; 27th, Chicago and Milwaukee Electric Rail-5j been met, and we who are able must road Company. This is one tha'help them, concerns to which the Sovereign fur-1 Father Lacombe is aware that the nished funds in large amount, and 11 Canadian public through churches, the threatened action is to recover some Whether there be washing of dirty linen in; court ..Jin. councils, and societies have tried in many .ways to help the unfortunate. However the work on the mines, rail- Coal, Ice and PRAYING WetUra Transfer Co. LONGBKOS.Proprietois .Office opposite Balmoral PHON E 63 THE .COMING CAMPAIGN, Tba Montreal Star has this sensible comment- on the. coming Federal cam- which, should be made note of by both spealter and listener: "Now that 'the 'speaking campaign' i 'Stewart's and "industrial en- known, but very unlikely. Whe-rterprises have caused many deaths ther the back and face; and thrown many widows and "or- the charges' yet remains be seen. phans upon Harking back over the years one is The few orphanages in the province reminded ot the fact that the disap- are in no way able to meet the need, pearance of a man, named Thomas J. There ;is not sufficient room even for Chisholm from his accustomed j the children, while there is no place did more than anything else In that! fOr the homeless or helpless old peo- day to brinfc the time.has come when for the.prospective Federal about to open. to prominence and start him on Chisholni was _______ _ ia banking career the representatives of botli parties produce-exporter, and he bank. ed. with of Hahtax; will endeavor to the attention which the will give them lasting valueXo their audiences. The average Canadian may enjoy hearing one politician 'go for' -another; but he does.- hot profit by. it.1" Personal condemnation, and partisan recrimina- -tiott should be reserved for serious caaes.of wrong-doing .which, impose it upon the critics as a duty. ought to to feel that they .take up a task with genuine regret. Too often they appear to plunge into it unmistakable glee. "But. .the :platform representativea of the parties might inform the peo- ple on the more important features of the national- business to their per- manent benefit. They could tell them what the government is doing, and it isn't doing but might do; and then the citizens" who hear them will ever afterwards be able to judge the pro- ceedings at pttawa from a firmer and-more exalf.ed attitude, would" not be compelled so "Often to take the statements of the debaters for granted; for they would kuov. something about Uie matter iu luxm no w .the Royal. Through a series of misrepresentations and out and out fraudulent methods this man Chis- holm succeeded in obtaining a large advance, about a quarter million, if I recollect. Chisholm was arrested, MADAM NORMAN (OrcHtttral Teacher pianoforte, organ, ami voice production. ViaiU or pupils, prepara tory or advanced. Coaching for exams. Howard MOUM, Crabb HAMILTON fc YOUNG EfiC'riMrt and. furvtyors Room Block. 1903 and April 1906 land Apri MACLEOD November Wth, 1906 and April 6th, 1909. Dated at Edmonton" this 7th of August, A. D. 1906. 87 B. WOODS, L Deputy Attorney WANTED Good lots in, also modern house in good location. Uberta C.F.P.Conybcari, K.C., D.C.L., B. Morton B. C. L CONYBEARE JONEft iiurriaters, Solicitors, Etc. Office: Conybeare Block. Cethbridgv AKa. v W. C. SIMMONS Advocate, Barrister, Etc. OfHcu: Block. R. G. AD01 SON The Peace Improved a: there shouid be a home for old. wo- a, men, poor old men and little orphans. A home that would open its doors to the unfortunate of-all nationalities and of all creeds. Father Laconibe has spoken of his plans to many prominent province and they have approved the same. Therefore he feels he can appeal to Klcaihcr The Caaldale tatunit IB the place to get a good Square Meal. Everything new and clean. tatanit's tt IM _-' CoaldaleBlock. Short Orders at all Hours B. C. MOORE Director and Embalmer to Presbyterian Olmrch Office Phoue' 102. Kesideuce 138. F. B. ROLFSON ARCHITECT Room 9 JAS. A. MACDONALD ARCHITECT Southard Block, .Redpath Street Lethbridge, AJta. and in the preliminary hearing (there those who have come west never "was a ,trial, for Chisholrn did S and have, made a fortune through not stay for that) Duncan 3t. Stew-1. the tide 'of immigration which also art, thea a young bank clerk, made (has brought poor unfortunates vrith his mark. He impressed all For the same reason he feels he pened to about the court with his' can appeal to ;large corporations such astuteness, antt he proved a most ex-' as the C. P. R. and also to the gov- celleat witness for those who ernment. themselves. "A 'speaking campaign' ed him, .the Merchants Bank of Hali- fax. The upshot of the whole mat- ter was that Chisholm skipped: be- fore they had an opportunity to' in- dict him for fraud, and he never has The plan is, first, to provide a large building which will provide for the different departments, or ages and sex, of the inmates. For the children who can work or who should been heard of from that day to this, De taught to work the establishmen As I hove already stated this was be equipped as an industria the real beginning of .Mr. scnool where they may learn trades banking career, for here ho attracted attention, and it was not long IKJ- Henee the first essentiats are, portion of land for a farm and ani fore the Sovereign Bank was to stock it> which farm of abou ized with M. Stewart at its head. [300 acres wouy become the main sup And now another peculiar coincidence-Lort tjic Home; and financial ai The lawyer in both instances was {or the "first constructions the same, for Chisholm employed Mr. N. Greenshields, K.C., and, so did should be supplied by tht-- whic wealth For Wiflton ail Doers NoR-nbber NoFeU, Excludes Draughts, Dust, Smoke, etc. Renders Window Sash.-Noiseless and Easy Saves Fuel 25 per cent I. IIIC, BOX 642 Watch the new Bulletin Board at L. M. JOHNSTON E Barrister and Solicitor Office adjoining Union Bank THE HUB For menu for each meal. Wouldn't our menu suit you? J. F. Rodgers Jos. A. Young FOR SALE HQRSCS Heavy and Light Sale Stables :t Wood St. THE MISSES BROOK Fashionable .Dressmakers Children's Clothes and Plain Sewing Argyle Avenue WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN .TEMPERANCE UN I ON Meet iu Methodist Wesley Church every third .Friday the month at 3.30 p. in. Visitors always welcome, MRS. E. HUMPHRIES, Prea. MRS: tfHAS. McCLENAGHAN, MADAME. NORMAN (Orchestral Pianist.) Disengaged for evening engage- ments, town or country. Every branch of professional work understood hav- ing had 20 yeSrs experience in a Band of fourteen men, all musicians from the Bands of Marines and Royal Yachts should- send the voters to studying the blue books, would lie of the greatest national value. One merely sets them. to gibicij oth- er, is a positive mischief. Whi-n a speaker arouses party passitins, he not only fails to contribute to tlii patriotic wisdom of verdict; l.ut he blinds his hearers against nny wis individuals and big o Duncan M. Stewart. Would it notj be peculiarif the earth -.buried upj In a few" years the farm in connec- tion with the Home should furnish much of the food for the residents of the Home and will be administered by Brothers who understand the management of such institutions. When the scope and aim of the dom which they might dis- Stewart as it did Chisholm? From an eastern city comes a sad story of a pawnbroker. He was en- joying a beauty sleep when, a furious cover somewhere else. Such a coursd on his a consciousness that his case is, at bottom, weak. He has no solid facts to lay before his audiences which would win them to his cause; so he appeals to their in- herited j.'rejuuie-vs. The wise voter will always be on his guard against such a 'stumper.' will sec his pur- pose and more than jnippect his shal- lowness. "Tho campaign should go to tho party with the best array of facts." knocking at the street door brought him to the window with a jerk, ac- cordiny to the Hehoboth Sunday Her aid1. "What's tho he shouted "Come down." demanded the knock work is 'understood Father Laconibe trusts that his strong appeal shall be met generously. Indeed if the plans of one, who has spent sixty years of his life in working for the "But-----" "Come down Tho mrm of many nephews down stairs and peeped nroin-1 door. Liquid veneer NB HAND STORE 410 ROUND STREET FOR THE SIGN We have a large consign- ment of very superior sec- ond-hand Household Fur- niture on sale at our rooms. If yon are looking for first class goods at tbiFd class "prices, come and inspect our stock. f Waddington Qbbon TEUfc-PHONE 261 _ Lethbridge Lodge (39) A. F. A. M., G. R. A. meeting night, the third Thursday of each" month in the Masonic'Hall, P. 0. Block, at 8 p.m. Visiting brethren will always receive a hearty-welcome. A.C.MESSER, G .V.S'.CORKEY, W. M. Secretary, P. 0. Box li? Meets 1st and Mondays in K. of P Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren are cprdially invited. S. .G. TJAVIES, W.P 24-ly T. J. WHITE, W. S Canadian Order ot Foresters Cowl s.iiri OUR. POINT OF VIEW The Winnipeg Tribune, ever ready to spin a yarn injurioxis to Sir Wil- frid Laurier, .tries to make oxit that Sir Wilfrid did his utmost to get Sir Richard Cartwright to give up the portfolio of Trade and Commerce in favor of Hon. Clifford Sifton but fail ed intimating that Sir Richard was going to stick to the job to keep the awful Sifton out. Now it is not so long ago that Sir Richard Cart- wright declared in the most positive way that Sifton was one of the most brilliant and able men in Canadian public life. The attempt of the Tri- bune to get a knock at its pet enemy is too apparent. Cartwright is all job at Ottawa we'll wngcr there is' "Xow, sir." he "I want to know the tim tho reveller. you mean to say you me up for that? How dare The midnight visitor looked injur- ed. "Well, you've got my he said. Wost, materialize during his Hie time j he may woll feol that his declining have borne much fruit. wl Only yesterday Father Lacombo re- ihei coivert a letter from a_community oi j sisters at Montreal stating that they i wf-re prepared to come whenever their j were roqvsired at the Home> A Great Opening up of goods for the yotincj ones Teddy Bears, all sizes Money Banks, Tool Boxes, Toy Brooms, Carpet weepers, Blocks, Pistols, oad Irons, Marbles and Alleys, etc., etc. Gome and see them TKPiCTHE Canada Western Chartered Corporation Ltd. Capital Financial Agents. Fiscal Agents Brokers. for i Royal CoHkrks Lid. All Standard Stocks Haadled HEAD B. C. For the Canadian National Exhibi. tlon, to be held! at Toronto, August 29th to September Mth, the Canadian Pacific Railway will have in effect special round trip rates. For full information as to rfatw ef sale, apply the nearest C. P. R. Ticket Agent. 09.17j. Fifty Dollars for Fifty Cents Dear Madam- Is a Bottk of Liqvid worth Fifty Doll art? Well, just try .the goods, observe the results and decide the question for yourself. If your piano has a blue, smoky look, and if Liquid Veneer instantly and permanently removes it, thus saving the great expense of instrument to the factory for renuishing if your furniture, woodwork, picture frames, chandeliers, gas fixtures and brass bedsteads can all be made to look like simply wiping the surfaces with a cloth moistened in Liquid Veneer, thus saving the tremendous expense of refiaishing everything, as well as the annoying presence of varnishers and the nuisance of brashes, 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. Jnst give it trial and satisfy yourself. We know that if you use it as dirocted you are sure to be delighted with the results. Yours very truly, BUFFALO SPECIALTY COMPANY C. W. GUY Lethbridge TO YOUR HEALTH p you drink every time you drink bottle oi Albfrta Pride Beer bottled by us. We bottle only the best whether it is beer, min jl waters ginger ale, sarsaparilla, kola koln irbnbrew, etc. Our soft drinks ar all healthfnX as-well as the pure aru delicious bottled beer, bottled by us LETHBRIDGE BREWING MALTING COMPANY. Ltd Meets iu K. of P Hall last Thursday of month. Visiting Brethren Welcome j. .F; ROGERS, C.R F.S. LcTHBRIDGE LOUv.t NO. 36 C. B.; P. O. E. Meets on the stcond Tuesday of each month at 8.15 p.m. E. A. SHARMAN, M, PRIEST. E. K. Secretary. Lodge Pride of Alberta, No, 293. See of Benefit Sociei] in the KniRl.ts of Hall tKinl TbnrsiJoy in the month at 8 p.m. Viniiing hrvthron nlwnya wpl j come. Apulolij, Frf-i T. Robuift, t. Box 67. First-dass Cafe TIKI ITU 011116 EOOI Start Order Between Meals CAKROLL DOYLE -Ltthbridft Lodge NORTH-WEST ASSOCIATION OF STATIONARY ENGINEERS Meet in the Labor Hall wc- and and fourth Mondays in month. Employers requiring certificated en- and engineera nut of employ- ment, would do well to communicate with ui. ROBERT SEvTH, Chiei W. A. DICK80N, Secretary. ;