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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 17, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta I, Ditty it y tfcat rfek For in the crowd thinks uauffat of that. A falls at their feet a of nWh and bone. A tew paled (aoas, a- scrcwjn, a loug bretth or a "poor the next uuimbw called. pub; lie faeeius callous to the danger to supply thair ecUrU in titan t. In and most tfceir and too. of tea lose. tytC borrowed from Oh! that niattar If re, Xewcomb promptly, "bat WIMI reiwrisT-'tiu} Catholic Standard'-and to AGRICULTURAL-EDUCATION IP order to aocuuratfe the of Alberta to take a course iu an Agricultural College betei-e the Al- berta institution, is operatiug, the government liberally 'has ottered to no fewer than three of these (iefyiiitf artists either lost their lives or iiiaiuuKl so that death itself vould have beeu preferable. But the demand .for the exhibitions continues. We think with horror of the sports of Imperial Uoiue wheii gladiators slew each other, to provide uient for the noble Rowans. We think it was dreadful for the excitement people of that city to demand that men and ainst the lien women be pitted aud the tiger m the A GOOD PRESCRIPTION is a ffood being hamfcd around ifanftbt '.see .that the over prosperity's sun is getting very thin and small. It is also recom- .mended iti literal, doses to optimists. pay the railway-Jars and tuition lees of any going to an eastern agricultural college. Trcviously the government granted scholarships as prizes for students from the province. That method, however, bcnentted a only, so this better method assisting those desiring to get a gooo education and training in agriculture was adopted. -.The items of railway fare and tuition fees a very considerable sum and will materially assist any student in getting ,nis course. The sameToner holds good for young ladies wishing attend domestic schools in the east. The go- vernment is doing all _it -can to make its young people good farmers and good housekeepers'and doubtless as these facts become known many will take advantage of them. arena. But what better are -they? Whether it is better to demand that a man .kill another or himaeU, thuVhuriuui beings be pitted against the wild Tjeast or the greater -danger of combating with the laws of ma- ture? -The .sports of a mition are largely indicative of its character, and judged by this standard, our amutt- ment loving element is .little if any better than the Rouuuis of Naro's time. Public opinion" should not countenance such hazardous' feats. The law should tell man "that he has no more right to dive.Jnty foet or loop, the loop- than he has to' shoot a gun at himself or triiie with THe looked at the small, had been summoned heforo him, and who returned his gaze without rtinching. "So you kicked your landlord down said magistrate. "Did you imagine that .was within the rights of a "I'll bring my lease in and show it to said the little man, growing still redder, "and I'll wager you'll agree with me that anything they've forgotten to prohibit in that lease T had a right to do the very first chaacc I INMIMJMMMIMMI UscYoor Good We will do the rett -No Older too No Order too Small Price will be forgotten long before the of work we do I1TE HOUSE I New Location I But Same Low Prices OUR POINT OF VIEW The Conservatives say it is time for a change at Ottawa. .Before the people .will agm-e they want to be sure -there will be a change. With The delight of good housekeepers who know that a prime cup of .frag: rant coffee at breakfast; stamina for the whole.day's duties- is; m fact, the principal table bever-, age: of thousands upon thousands of iamili ;5 who; drink it every day of the year and find pleasure lace in it jSermaii Between Safe's and Roy's ilCiitt. On Westminster tad Coortland Street PtOrtSSIONAL CAKDS OR. W. i. QALMAITH Bedpath 8t. 9 a.m., 'Phooe M -7-8 p.m. MW. C R OBEY Trilued uurte open for Can found at W. 0. Hutioo't Courtltnd 8t. I Otie-third down aad bal- ance in one and two yean 1 at 8 percent A Lioaited Number Ouly MADAM MORMAN of pUBolocte, Viaita Of pupiU, prepare or advanced. tor Howard HOUM, HAMILTON ft YOUNG and ROMP Fow .Grocer.to bring you AMES UNFAIR METHODS T. A. Burrows, the much maligned Laberal M. T. was recently asked U hod read the-published reports oi Mr. Ames' speeches. He was, he said, not concerned at politically, the present time, to enter into a de- tailed reply, although he intended in the near future to deal categorically with Mr. charges in speeches to his constituents, to whom he was responsible. Mr. Burrows, stated that he noticed Mr. Ames had many charges, the falsity of which had been demonstrated at Ottawa, causing JLmes to abandon them at the time. As an example of these false statements he might mention the charge made by Mr, Ames that he owned square miles of tim- Ixr limits, whereas it had been prov- ed a't Ottawa that he lic- ense all told less than 650 square miles. Again in the matter of tim- ber berth No. Mr. Burrows pointed out that this transaction had been-completely investigated at Ot- tawa last year. MY. Fraser, the pur- chaser of the berth, had sworn under oath that he was the sole owner, that he bought it for himself and owned it for himself. "On the floor of the House of said Mr. Burrows, "Mr. Ames was forced to retract his statement that I .was the owner of the berth; yet I notice that he "trotted out this exploded 'scan- dal' in his speech on Wednesdaj- night." As a further example of the false- ness of Mr. Ames' statements and his absolute unscrupulousness, Mr. Burrows mentioned that Mr. Ames had repeated to his audience the sto- ry which Mr. Moroney was reported to have told in Edmonton respecting ler in the lead it would be the same old government that was kicked out in .1896. It would be the same old party of corruption, graft and cor- porate interests. It is not time for a change until these men are dead} RETAIL House." Tel! him do. If he hasn't high time he did. tain it. nothing else will it in stock, it's can easily ob GROCERS SUPPLIED BY THE NORTHWEST JOBBING CO. The Fredericton Herald, with, per- sonal familiarity with the scene of operations, puts it in this clever wayt "The people of Colchester who live along the shores of Cobequid Bay, are used to the phenomen- on of the Fundy tides rising and eb- bing twice a day, But "the 'flow of whiskey at Five Islands in Mr. Stan- field's behalf, far eclipsed even the full moon efforts, of the Bay. There was no ebb to "tho booze outfit" of Mr. Bayne and his coadjutors. It .was all flow." ICE Fnk "BUDD" REED Successor to GrW: H. Keed ?honr 211 TheSodth Alberta Lumber Co. Ltd Have now a large stock of New 5-roomed Cottage and 8 table and two lots For B. Morton B. C. I CONYBEAHE 4 JONEi BarrUtert, Solicitor-, Etc. Block. AIU. W. C. SIMMONS Barrittor. Etc Office: Block. Close in In their Yard TMs year we have had excursions oi Minnesota editors, national news- papermen, American farmers, 'and Scottish agriculturalists, everybody but Eastern Canadians. Outsiders are more anxious to know about the Canadian West 'than, are the Canad- ians themselves. Why don't the govern ments of the Maritime Provinces com- bine to send out. a commission to spy out the promised land and bring in a report that their people can rely on? Why don't Ontario and-Quebec send out'parties of investigation to report on. this part of their own country? The people of Eastern Ca-j will not know the good things i they are' missing until they are all one. The American and the British- r will have them. Next Monday, the. Grand Trunk Pa- inaugurate a regular passen The: Oxford Cafe -Etas been Remodelled Fresh Cigare, Fruit and Confectionery JOE FONG Proprietor Tie CoaUale tetarnt Is the place to get a good Square Meal; Everything new and clean. bsbmit's U IM Coaldale Block. Short Orders at all Hours A DO I SON SON Funwal EmbalmW Crabb St. LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. Office and Residence Phone 102 F. B. WLFfOM I Whitney Block. and more is arriving daily. The is the best and prices are right. Call and be convinced! P.O. 654 FRESH OYSTERS and SPRING CHICKENS at I OLD TIMER a gun wanted it mighty bad.- You may not be in a hurry, to buy see some of the RIFLES, SHOT Gufcs, REVOLVERS, ETC. we are offering and then your fingers won't be still until you have one of them in your "hands. We don't handle any of the cheap cast iron guns made some firms: The best gun metal, skillfully made by expert hands, .is. the material used. r Ammunition for all kinds of guns. HOWARD CASE CO. (GUNSMITHS LETHBRIDGE ALTA. Kodgers Jog. A. Young FOR SALE A. MACOONAtD ARCHITECT Macdon. Id Block, Strut HeaTy and Light Sale StaWw :t Wood St. the opening of tenders for a berth secured by the Imperial Pulp Com- pany. Ames, knowing this story to be false, had evidently wished to make his audience accept it as true. Mr. Moroney's story was in effect that after tenders had been opened a blank cheque, signed by Burrows had been filled in and added to the orig- inal sum, making the total amount of the tender sufficient to secure the berth, There was absolutely no ex cuse said Mr. Burrows, for repeating this story, for he (Mr. Ames) had been present n.t the investigation in the public accounts committee at Ottawa, on which occasion it had been, shown by the evidence of the hank manager himself that the cheques which had handed in with the Imperial Pulp company's ten der, were checks which hnr5 tul-n sign- ed net by Mr. Burrows, l.ut 'My Finnic, assistant gem-mi of the Bank of Ottawa. Thos.- which were for and respectively, wore Uvforc iho committee, and Mr. Fintiio that both had been issued signed by him at the same time. This evi- dence was entirely destructive to Mr. Moroney's tale, to the effect that Imperial Pulp Company's tender had been made up in part, of a signed cheque of Mr. Burrows, amounting to to alleged to have put in at the last minute and after the opening of the tenders. Yet in spite of'this Mr. Ames had repeated what he knew to be untrue in the hope that it might do him (Mr. Bur- rows) an injury. ger service from Winnipeg to wright, Alta., a distance of 666 miles This is one instance of the Govern- ment's g6od svork. Lgt it go on. "I'll take your damage said the lawyer, helping to his feet the man just hit by an automobile. "Thank you." replied the victim. "I'm not much hurt, hut I recogniz- ed that measly chauffeur. lie may have a case for you delphia Ledger. "I've got the finest garden part of the boasted the newly marie millionaire. "Right in ih'_- rvnin: o? them the moHt ex- t i pensive sundial in the world." "A sun dial is all right during the day." a listener. "It's use- Ifss at. night." "Mine retorted the million-; nirr proudly, "I'vo got mine surround c-fl with electric "Air N'ewcomh." said the' uppish Mrs. Suhhuhs. "my many so- j rial duties have me from railing upon you as T should. ITow- THE The Germans art said to b; mak- ing a new kind of bread of wheat or rye, for which the grain foot through a process similar to malting. It is said to have a delicate flavor, and by reason of the process more-easily di- gested. The .same is true of beer, which is sometimes called' liquid bread. brewing of The Leth- bridge Brewing and Malting Com- pany's "Alberta's Pride" converts the barley into a delicious food drink that besides containing a high per- centage of nourishment, is an aid to digestion eod-O Canada Western Chartered -Corporation Ltd. Capital Financial Agents. Fiscal Agents Brokers. for Royal CoBkries Lul All Staadard Stocks Handled HEAD B. C. L. M. JOHNSTONE Barrister and Solicitor Office adjoining Union Bank B-lyt Teams Wanted tiayr Transfer Co. H. utd W. G. Hoie. Prope. PHONE 180 .THE MISSES BROOK Fathionabla Ghildreu'a Clothes 'and Plain Sewing 41 Avehuf. WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN TEN DERANGE UN ION Meet in Methodial Wealey Church every third Friday in the month al 3.30 p. m. Visitors always welcome MRS. A. E, HUMPHRIES, Pret. MRS. CHAB. McCLENAGHAN, 8641 8ecreUr> (3t) A: F. A: G; R. A. Regular meeting night, the thirrt Thursday of each nionth in the Masonic Hall; Block, at 8 p.m. Visiting brethren will' always receiTi a hearty welcome. A.C.MESSER. G-V-S-iORKEY, P. Q Box M7 Watch the new Bulletin Board for the menu for each meal FOLLOWING NERO The desire for excilemont seems to be going to extreme lengths these days. The amusements that draw the crowds are not those tJiat make ono laugh the hardest or think the more but are those that arc exciting and thrilling because of the danger AN CONSCIENCE is what is troubling me The partial cause is our sale of books at the un- precedented price of 3 for and Children's Picture and Story Books at cor- responding reductions. You should see them before they are cleaned out I, SUE TIE PfCTiit FUNti 4 TiTTV Tomatoes From the Grower RIPE TOMATOES GREEN TOMATOES 3 l-2c per Ib. Creston J.STACE SMITH CRESTON, B C. NOTE CHANGE OF DATE EXCURSION RATES TO THE LANaOF THE BIG RED APPLE jS Under the auspices of The Arrow Lake Orchards TheLExcuriion will leave Lethbridge, September 22nd Claresholm 21st Spokane' 2ist One day will be spent at the Nelson Exhibition, arriving at the Company's lands on the morning ot the 24th, returning the same day. The party will be accompanied by the CompanyTs For further particulars anoTapplication forms apply I FKEIAN, Utttrife, Afc. AITOSOII MOITI, Omfeh, Alb. TIE WB8 ttALTT CO., Spkae, Applications should be in by Sept. 18th or sooner TW Arrow Lake Grckank E Meets 1st and 3rd Mondays inK. ofP Hall at 8; o'clock'.V Visitinj? brethren are cordially invited. S. G. DAVIES, W.P 24-ly T. .J. WHITE, W. S Canadian Order ot Foresters Meets ib K. of P Hall last Thursday of month. Viiiting Brethren Welcome J. F. ROGERS, C.R A. KEIDIG, F.S. TO YOUR HEALTH you drink "every time you drink bottle of Alberta Pride Beer. bottled by us. We bottle only the best, whether it is beer, mineral waters ginger ale, kola, on l-ie Taeaday of saci LCTHBRIDGE '.OUut nO. O. E. are ironbrew, Our all healthful, as well as and delicious bottled beer, boltliid by us. LETHBRIDGE BREWING 4 MALTING COMPANY. Ltd month at 8.15 p.m. A. SHARMAN. E. K. Is the place to go for a Dainty Loach on short notice. Extensive Menu. Good Service. Our cook can deliver --------------.---------------the goods 2nd West of Arlington Baroness Road First-dass Cafe Shtrt Ofwtr Bctwctt Meals CARHOLL DOYLE READ THE LETHBRIDGE HER ALD IF YOU WANT TO KEEP IN TOUCH WITH SOUTHERN AL BERTA'S M. PRIEST. Secretary. Lodge Pride of Alberta, No. 293. W Meet IB the KnigUn ofFjthiMHmll arrrj Irat and third Thnnday in month tit 8 p.m. Ticking brethren alwaji we] cowe. Wai F T. Robi in, c W. rivKvfenk Boi 67. IU. NORTH-WEST ASSOCIATION Of STATIONARY ENGINEERS Meet in the Labor Hall sec- and and fourth io month. Employer! certificated eu- glneen, and engiaeen out of employ- ment, would do well to with M. ROBERT NEVIlv W. i. D10K80N. 44-lyrd-w ;