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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 9, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta .The Lethbridge Dally Herald, Fridar. 1910. ASK YOU K. Taber Bow Island Milk River High River Claresholm Nanton Granum Carmangty Barons Kipp Jet. Westminster Rd. Phone 1063 pCELSIORCAFE OPPOSITE THE EUREKA ed to serve the tastiest meals to their the most moderate triaJ A SPECIALTY. WE AIM TO PLEASE, MH-'-'BBN N ETT LIVELY SESSIONS AT THE CONSERVATIVES SUNNY SOUTH Conservative Organ Com- Ujson Situation "News; -die- moat- newspaper in in an manner .wffcb. the Conser- split in- Alberta. Ix says predicament in which the Al- finti themselves leadership should members of a p'plfcical party ally that it is unwise to qvtkrrel leader-. If, a-party in opposi- golden opportunity to it is, apparently, the -party- in Alberta. But in a-position to take opportunity present- division -and discomfiture opponents, one -finds the and without- a speedy transformation j-----v its position. Ms position in the fctetereiTMr: R: B.' Ben-net has been [Re.lleadero' the' opposition. A more 'Conservative one could not ask his way that even or, eight- .years ago he found auit. witn the policy- of Mr. Haultain opposed the then 'remier, in'federal politics. seems :that ;Mr. Bennett's nenoiy attitude towards the Liberal theT Alberta Legislature as.' displeased ;eeper-dyed tie deeply-dyed pemfaer ior Calgary. Thev will have urthing-to do with, a'man who can- tot produce a Conservative pedigree hat-is, without a blemish. Mr. Bennett mav have jnislaftes, most roung; Bfen. of aa temperament ,o- ifut as he has groivn ce has learned a few lessons have bused him to alter his attitude ometrhat OE matters L _ 1 J m CONSERVATION CONGRESS Jim Hill is Epigrammatical and Sena- tor Beveridge Waxes Elo- quent- IS ADVERTISE Exhibits From This Part of Province at Toronto Industrial (Toronto Star) One of the most interesting asr cultural exhibits ac the Canadian Na uonal Exhibition is the Alberta Gov ernment exhibit in the east wing o the Hortieottural Building. The -H-all is beautifully decorated sheaves of various Varieties o as well as .tame and native St. Paul.. Sepi two sessions of the National Conservation Congress were addressed by James J. Senator Beveridge, Secrecarv of Agriculture Wilson, and others, "and attended and enthusiastic -Mr Hill let fall a epigrams" at the expense of the national govern- ment was applauded, Senator Beveridge waxed eloouent to quite a different purpose, but Se noisily approved, Gifrord -Pin- wno vas -almost lost sight of presence, -sud- denly round himself in the limelight and received an almost historical oVa- said a few words of thanks, meeting of a western Con- congress undoubtedlv will be called, soon was the statement made OV .Tnrtfi-p FVani- f A most interesting new feature in connection with this exhibit is the display of threshed srain. There arexx-acre yields shown and the Iarsest shown, the yields are such be of'the WOOD_EN LEGS OFF: HE DIED JN FIRE Watchman Burned to Death at Niag- ara Falls, N. Y.; He Slept In Incline Railway Niagara Falls. JST. y.. Sept. i1 ere of unknown origin comaletelV consumed the Shirlpool Rapids In- cline Rarlwav snuypnrr the Woodiord Grist caused the death of one man early yesterday. Just beiore 1 a. blaze "Ktts dis- u cri -uau. .There are two yields-of oats shown C sin'6 A0btmdail o. Hill and Sons at which yielded 37 fce and weighing 46 pOU bushel an acre; and one Tield of Ban pounds a bushel shown are the -rowrh of. 3910, and clearly crops in i with the o xnat. a large portion of th-e Province the crops are excellent tMryST is .---------Alberta, it is Purchased on- to MEET AT MACIEOD NKT1EAR Held Convention at Wetaskivrin T. R GOING TO THE HAT Announcement Made by Hon. G. R Graham- tuocession to Mr Hed Seer, ea to the city last night pounds a hushel th'S grain. A- large Dumber of (He sgaqae, TACUtJM HOUSECLEANING 115 OR CALL 411 FORD ST. NPYT ono 411 FORD ST., NEXT POStOFFJCE Medicine Hat, Sept." 8.-Much in the IUUACU, some 'railvav. were seekine entrance here. The identity ot thf parties securing, was carefully hid-