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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 10, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Tiic LetiibrHige uaiiy sept, WE Round Street Phone 763 To look over our stock of building material, and compare it with the stock found in other lumber yards, and you will find you will gain many benefits by buying from us, as: you get Better Stock, Better Values, Better Terms and Better Inducements- Westminster f Phone 1083 Yards at Lethbridge N. Lethbridge Taber Bow Island- Milk River' High River Olaresholai JJanton Granuxa Carmangay Baroaa Klpp Jot, Waddington- Stuckey Company "Dealers In. All-Kinds of HAY GRAIN shipped at once, :on receipt; of order. Get-our prices.'" Hay, Grain, Stock, Etc. sold 'on commission, either by pri-" .vate treaty or public auction. WAREHOUSE SALES ST. r-; Rear .of..Dallas Hotel phone 426 Office Round ,St; If LETHBKIDGE'S LEADING HOKSESHOEES Topi pressing Repairin FURMAN'S LIVERY BARN Cor. Smith and Duffcrln r Bipley Transfer -Is Now. On -BedpathSt; ppposItS Methodist .ClmieS" ghbrii motlce fPHONES: Residence -1204 Coal, Ice and PRAYING Western Transfer Co. BSOS.Proprietors Office nest Arcade Phone 1168 L his" early teens-he became a politician _____, aafi it is amusing to find hira OR the en. Since-then; he ihas -ira- stump among his classmates at Three itivers, as an opponent of the Mar- been so long- in life "is- apt. to is-.'ouly years" of par- liament-, he was .and he the Crown at- great if lef ''-tirill .r "i.a J. him Da place in'-lhe hap -pt: the proved that ceive great and in- stinct to -carry them rare' com- bination. -Be is intellect- ual, and'persevering, and is-! gifted with-imagination. 'r Behind'Mr. Lemieusrs- career' Is a progressive legislation fathered 'by; tbe -Postmaster -General when he with, each other. The in- tellectual idea was con- eoived'itf'that-spirit We must visit each other's shores so as to "better grasp the vastness {and possibilities': .of the British Em- Cable. House later he pleaded earnestly tor the -establish- ment' ofvaa 'All-Red cable, and more a'lsa-minister'of labtr. Th-at 1-rsisla- particularly state-owned, cable donald. he earned the disapprobation of the! recognizes the right the tttm 'lias..- probably 'saved this country aiony a and disastrous labor strike. Tlie measures en-acts titat'in-cases -or dispute where public utilities ai'e: inv-olved, investigation 'snail 'take'-.place before arbitrators appointed by' the several interests concerned. investi- gatio-a-ihas almost invariably been fol- a 'satisfactory settlement. authorities, the Liberal party in. these days -being considered the enemies continuous service in in- dustries'established primarily for the con- j of the Roman Catholic Church, and convenience, -and .it the same preserves the right of work- in-en add. employers to terminate their eontrkcjs. It is, cot, as in Austra- gn attempt" to regulate in de- taii-.'the admiaistns-tion of a private he was expelled. Thus tfca Postmaster General may be described a polit- ical martyr. Immediately -after, leaving- Ottawa College .in-1884, Mr. Lemieus- became' The flies that are 'now1 iri'your kitchen and dining room were; probably feasting on some, indescribable, nastiness. Jess than single fly often carries many, thousands of disease germs attached to its'hairjl body, it is the diity of every'-housekeeper to assist In extermiuatinf thu Tforst enemy of the human race. service "aordss -the Atlantic, "the har- binger 6i a cable arts telegraphic, system, encircling the These" great purposes he has in f :are nearing their establishment. While Sfr. -'Lemieiik is a- strong Lib- era! cc" is sometSing more than- a mere party politician. An idfta "or a policy-, advanced "by an opponent al- ways attention and rs- sjiect. If 'it appeals to his good judg- ment her will-' A notable in- stance :of this of the the introduction free, rural mail -de- "was' advocated by Mr. R. L. Borden. "the .opposition leader, in 1807. 'Sir. 'Lemiear's name will associated vrith a reform of Kill flies in such immense, quantities as- qtnnot'be approached by any othtfT a reporter on La Patrie, then ;efdited [business-.'of to." control the organiza-j Imperial, 'reduction Yet.in requiring a pub-Tot postal, rates-''between Canada and fcj WVX 1_ T f charming little" of a j'b-v Honore Beaagrand, at S5 per 'week, i tion'of ,'labor. fathers and mother's V ambition for H? remained on that- "journal de com-j He InvestigatJ AS MEMORIAL TO THE LATE, KING London, Sept. Earl of Ply- mouth proposes that-.the Crystal Pal- see should be-made an empire centre their .boys. 'Hormidas "A: T-ieiaieux1 some thirty odd years ble employee of post- office, at Montreal. To .him 'and his pretty', wife Marie 'Bisaillon, a.; sister of Mr. F. .J. Bisaillon, ,K.' of the Bar of were born sev- en sons. The "parents solemnly vowed to -deny themselves every lux- ury and pleasure in order "to--give their boys the -best education, er means _ were -days of hard arid'thrift. Kvery cent counted! .v They, consulted with their sons, and; they responded nobly. The candy never knew them. All their'little'earnings were carried joyously home to-- help" to make the family purse-heavier..-Just as soon as the r.purse allowed :it one boy after., another -Vent'.to.- college. Sometimes there would be three, to maintain there, .aad. -the strain at home was, tremendous...' .Old clothes were made many.- times to "look 'However os the years sped -plain home- ly fare had made strong-men-of the the eldest began-..to -leave col- lege to-fight their way on. in the big .world, and-.-the struggle- grew less. hard. -saw ;.the day approaching coul'a lay down- their- task and 'leave- -the rest to -other hands.. .But just, 'as the- struggle ended, "the-'long years oil work had-told .and 'the de- voted mother held out her arms to the God -of battles, and died.: She missed- -the joy of-seeing- her- seven sons an assured success in-life or to hear them probably the most distinguished' family-in.'old Que- bec. Her is hale and hearty at the age of sev.enty-tbree. and. performs -faithfully Ms! duties-as of the.- customs'- '.district" ot Montreal. He is intensely proud ol the fact, that his fourth son, Rodolphe is-administrator; of the department ir which "h'et received ,hi's first officia: appointment. The other sons are: Alphonse, traf- fic manager of the "Atlantic and Que- bec and Western Railway, and two navigation companies plying "between Montreal and Arthur and Gustave, leading dentists in Montreal; -Dr. Joseph, sheriff of Mon- treal, who represented in the Quebec Legislature "from 1904 to 1910: Eugene, who" is also a Montreal dentist, and will be -remembered as a member of the" second Canadian contingent which went to South Afri- ca, and who is a ion'-before permitting i the: M-othe.r" Country-. bat" some years and steadilv the goes beyond previou It may- be' hoped- that the Postmas- ter General, has many long years be- fore him In which to serve his country whether, as ,'a, cabinet minister or. a member "of the" opposition. He'b.e- I longs to type of public man. Spokane, "Sept. veritlon city. Its-. hotel (Ions are -ample; and ;.it lies ,-at very entrance of .pur scemcjniarvel8i" which, corns -under the scope .ot-your congress, asi there ,wll be a great iiig, on the jlan. so ably urged by yoar congress, can accomplish for the arid regions ot 'the West.7 An as an. able lawyer, John F. -'has, join- "I would, add to -this invitation. clean-handed politician and publicist, i ed the Colorado' Springs, he is one .of convincing ad-1 are planning [vocates of Canadian, interests that jtne Dominion has yet produced. It 'is certain, that he will take .an even greater "the making of Im- perial history .than he has already done, .Mrs. Lemieux-'is a .daughter of Sir Louis Jette. -She. takes a deep in- terest in her husband's work, and she is a familiar'figure in. the allery of the 'House ...of Commons "while Parliament, is Sir'-Wilfrid. Impressed "Will the West Dry Farming Congress "in' 1911 storming the convention ,m .Spokane, October 3 to 8, a -large tion. Writing to John. TV Burns, sec- retary-treasurer Dry- -Farming Congress, .Governor' Shafroth joins- in the request that- the Colorado city be chosen for the'next congress.-say- ing as follows: "I understand that Colorado Springs will ask that the. next 4 session- the Dry Farming Qongress vbe held-with- in its borders in" "'The-entire, state of -'Colorado not only seconds I this invitation but-' will assist in mak- ring 'it. S.K successful -and.-if-'possible, more successful than any- gathering in'the history of the Congress. "Colorado Springs is an' ideal con-. -urgent appeal aa. the isart of otir Board Immigration, whicb will do all nr its-power to- mate tnj sessions a-ad. tfee exhibits of th.e Bry Fanning Congress- a .national object lesson to show, the value it places on scientific; lan-d culture.' .WERE MISERABLE FAILURES. Preussiche, Holland-Prussia two dirigible balloons used- for-aerial scout duty -by the opposing armies in the. imperial. failed grievously to-dav one -crew leading its army into, an while info the hands of the enemy-when the motor of its machine -gave cut The invad- ing army "triumphed. ed a reputation as, a J legislation, wltioh When only twenty years of-age, ar. iho oprion of the parties. after the'Kiel rebellion, he therefore did nor constitute tvue tervenvioa. A ed to go west and agsis.t in the. politi- cal fight on the prairies. did SC? and from that date his public ca'raar may bo said to have Hon. 'isiix Honore Slercier heard of him, and ad- question vised him to studv law. Pie 'did so. j which h issiori to Japsn. Le Canada of Montreal.) Writing to a" friend in the city from on the 21st ins'., Sir, Wilfrid "I write this ''from the most recently born city in this" marvellous country through which I have been passing" for the last six treeiis. I thought I knew this country, but. at every step- niy j companions and myself have found jout that we had everything to learn. "Winnipeg, which we believed to be In chaos and confusion. Is a; splendidly 'built city, admirably pared, of .brilliant, j Bumptiousness, and a place where art j und refinement -could cause many of our Eastern cities to blush. "The same with Vancouver. Victoria Calgary, Edmonton, Regina. What sur prises in all those centres -of popula- is- not their rapid -advancement, but the refinement and good taste found everywhere. "And what -an'-immensity! left Victoria by steamer at midnight; on Thursday, ancl arrived' j here, .at': Prince-Rupert, at 5 p.m. yes- terday. The'distance between Vic- but he did not up journalism iK. C. of Ottawa. -Auguste' Lemieux at cost of pounds, as a mem-j received the uaanimOus nomination orial to King Edward VII. .-Among by the Liberal convention at the re- his suggestions is that the overseas j "ent bye-election at Ottawa, but ow-t dominions should erect permanent pa- vilions there for exhibition purposes. Don't waste your money buying plas- ters when can get a bottle of Chamberlain's Liniment for twenty- five cents. A piece of flannel damp- ened with this liniment is superior to any plaster-for lame -bade, -pains in the side ond chest and much cheaper. Bold by ail druggists. and is still associated with Sir i savisfsl-tory r Gouin as Gouin Lemieux. jreache.-l. But his heart has always been in r journalism, and he says that .if Tiroes Liberal party is defeated at the polls; great on au__ concernea, he will go.back to newspaper work, [characteriecd Apart-from being-the minister in I of -the most tactful" charge of a department of. the govern j Canadian minivers. ment his chief ambition i? to .-edit -xbe- .'General V.T.S ing to the opposition, of the Bel court and Tasse interests he thought it bet- ter to resign the nomination. Tbe youngest of, the family is Mrs. enie Pouiiot, of 'Fraserville, Que., whose husband was .defeated at the last general election by Mr. Rodolphe IvI. P.' Could Never Sit Still. When Hon. Ko-ciolphe -Lemieux was under tlio pseudonym "St. Denis." a boy he is described as a mischiev- He aJso contri'buics to La Visie and; Le Soleil of Quebec. Formerly nf.; wrote under the pen-name or i travelled _ were not a single no- _ "vrt.n- i nisnt in tlie'open sea. All the tine j 5tween islands j It. is spmewhat j had -IP naraij m-oie than w> Tise settlement was J one while n ere we nave six Lon- fi ni c-r that archipelago be- i tweea Victoria and Prince Rupert. .question Sir Frederick's statement but, there can be BO doubt whatever ss to the evil effects of-a close stuffy atmosphere. Inthewinter- tirae, Trhen stonn dcxsss and double windows Jielp: to make the house prac- tically air-tlgfat, we .in a. death dealing- stnios-; pherc, breathing air. vitiated with the. vapor elimination frcmthehraga; of the occupants and. the; organic sscretions'and moisture frora the of the skin. There should be humidiy. but it srost be pure and recresh.- inw as that of the outdoor air, and it is through the introduction of frest outdoor air and its'ample by ineaos of the large Circle, Wateroan that the Lemieux as "one ;oes on for an equal us the north. j -Ana wane one say of the wealth of the country! Of the prair- ._ j ies covered with wheat: of the hill- sides, -wherp numerous herds of cstrle are of the mountains, Know they make no.noise or and have no odor; are.quicfe, safe- and sure. iMad'e By Ask your nearest grocer great aevvspaper. It is-, c-iphteen months ago jly known that he is the author or oue-uloc- a mceiing of tlie Hoyal of-a-a on jarticles whicb appear in Le Crvloniid when Mr. iienra t ery s-do; of vrJlfys. covered with J-Too-ou resJtl papar on i fores JUid ibe ICir.- u-iv. Ci5.- tlie spca'cer i .'V iciparams, what a task to develop that r-; i c. ana "What enormous sums will need he gave a turn TO the! ,.0 expprided, not only for railways, crofted interest 'Man- Rcsc to the Occasion. To 'follow "sucii a" capable in the post office department Mulock, was a h: set any young in mi, but the and led nn Encriish wr i-asl year: "In Canada, as Britain, the iiositiou of geusra! is ous of ir.nvsan? uiiii.y. it cnils for talents do not always Oi'.C rich JUid' of those northern j wlsose fisheries equal, if indeed i :if-y do noi surpass, those of the At-j makes the atmosphere of the house in winter like that of a bright June life giving. The demand for our booklet "Humidity and Humanity'-' is taiing the capacity of onr mailing staff, but have a copy lor you upon stating where you saw this advertisement, 6 THE JAMES STEWART MFG. CO., WOODSTOCK, Gni. Man. and sxeciruaeisdexJ fey Co.j, LeSiaesSSges, ilge'thev in ihr- person cc1 i Tiie -cbiofly .jjare ihoso Jrisiii-ewd and -'jful man of -He ithe ability 70 sr.jppii jg'Ies, and ihe and