Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 17, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
The Lethbrldge Pftily j 'Sitfartay, tof.lftfi, Tplfrj-i TTO TTXT-1 LET US FIGURE YOUR BILL fK K the needs of U8ers, and have stocked up with the choicest assortment of select and building materials ever offered in this section. Our-prices are absolutely, right and matter what you want, one piece, or a complete house or barn Ml, let us figure it for you Round Street Phone 763 N. Bow Island Milk Elver Higfc 2Uver Clareshclni Nantoa Caraiangaj Barons Klpp Jet. Westminster Rd 1083 The Waddingtou- Stuckey Company ROSE PLAINS' Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Odraark and Mrs. of Lethbridge, spent Sunday recently with'-Mr. and Mrs. ,E. Domay. Dealers in All Kind's of (B. B. Cooke, in The Toronto away McBride's Levi Cyx was to-.Taber Sunday for treatment, phoid fever is suspscted. to His Tour of the Wesfc Was Vancouver, Aug. 26, They cannot overloo _ Thirty-nine is young in politics, and organizing political machines nor Ms ID a ____ __. raalady from which he is sailer lag. is [ability to use his personality. He On the platform he is worth stopping to examine. The late rains have beneritted fnd Laurier paused in his of the potatoes and late root c-rops aiotmd merely a .democratic noise. He is no 4 Pacific coast a few days ago aatl ex- aminea this particular and policies. yield than -was expected. He h'as no records except he came away thinking, and.it'is said, lone for''nerve Oscar Nelson ha'cf the misfortune to Despatch to Globe.) Winnipeg, Sept.. 9t reading old Sh malting prophesies to his confidantes, j Charles Tupperts son out of the party a very fine hog recently. These prophesies concerned e icn-ders will soon He has been connected with Sir Wilfrid Laurier's tour cannot he HAY GRAIN Carloads 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. SALES YD. SM.1TH ST. Rear of Dallas Hotel Phone 426 Office Round St. It is said tliat the be put for the erection of the Kose Plains school building. A C-P.R. surveying party I: The Office of the Ripley Transfer .la Now On RedpsthSt. Opposite Methodist Church Draying done on short motlce HAY AND GRAIN FOR SALE PHONES: 'Dick" McBride, Prime Minister of objectionable land deals, and is said tc British and are said to] be too good a friend of the C PR Have been highly complimentary, foi j But none of these things ji t _ ....---------------tf .fcjw.u vi UiiimiS the past week surveying for given a liberal with McBride's record balance-his organization and sed h7-a7iHi frmrn TT-mn one sii-cner-i- -IT. the proposed branch from Kipp Much interest has been aroused-.among the farmers of i his.vi- cinity, and hopes are entertained that a railroad may be built in the rc-ar future. J.'W. Copeland and 'Joe Joelcnce were on a business trip to Taber last' week. COUTTS F. A. McDirmid, Government .taking .night, his told. No newspaper .account, no ma-t te-r how accurate in detail, no matter how comprehensive' in character, can sterility- -He-eouM offer forlorn Tory do Justice to the'.ten thousand miles tb.e party a .record of victories against the of kaleidoscopic enthusiasm. No Honorable defeats of -that admirable no matter how subtle, can consistently promise success, and with the .West on the verge of becom- ing of ninety or one hundred VACUUM PHONE 1115 OR CALL 411 FORD ST., NEXT POSTOFFICE man L. -Borden. In two years he would have his organization com- plete, arid ,in one year wo.uld have se- cured a personal, cal future of Canada, the political Su- ture of the two parties but more par- ticularly the future of Honorable Rich can adequately .portray tibe meeting of Premier 'and people in the great Western out of doors. ____. -In immensity of territory covered, .weigh heavily. Above all, being the j reception accorded and politician -he is, and not "a mere itercourse exchanged, the he would rig up a good-look tour is without in. Canada. ing policy.that would, other things be- ening. completed observations Monday spending twenty-two "days here ing'to w-eather '-Hfe'left, for Emerson, Man., Tuesday. Obser- Tais -man McBride, whose vations were? taken in connection with tio" coasists of a forlorn t the International- boundry'.survey. ard McBride looks extremely interest- j ing favorable, hold enough wind to say promising or threat-ifloafhis threat- j float his vessel the desired haven. But in an 'interview you .might easily The map of the" Dominion has been rolled back and' its horizon widened within the last decade. A new cos- mopolitan Canadian -citlzenhood is Cut His Hair Like Laurier deceived in overlooking everything moulded in this new l_ but McBride's .seeming ability. He "is I Qf. No political cam- J. Kilner, of" the railway office staff, left for Alia'., Mon- day, having been appointed" cashier in the railway office there. 'C Miss Demcrse left Wednesday for a few days3 visit in, Lethbri'dge. _Mr. Geo. Douglass and.family, ar- fearfully, sagacious, and-, at is and the conference in the -British Columbia bright. But: it is and their repfe- was waiting on the landing stage atj he his Yictoria to welcome Sir Wilfrid ashore vealaiesses that .reveals the greatest from the Princess Charlotte.- His of' the'm- grey hair hung behind head like Sir John Macdonald's. Kis coat was cut like Laurier's. His j honor carriage and his address were lii Adorns LsurSer and Honors Him He adores Laurier, and deii to Montana. Mr. Douglass has .been ap- ..pointed cashier in the railwav of- fice in place Of Mr. Fields, resigned. Staple Bros, are busy tearing 'up Flour 'Citv Western Transfer Co. LONG BEOS JProprietora Office next Arcade Phone 1163 the sod with their new gas tractor. 30 -horse "w The -oM Liberal Premier said to -be! humor and inanifestatiou of t .his inspiration. cuse him of bm t That may he right -or wTong. As he can be no-more may waited there for Laurier, all along thejaave imitated landing stage behind him cut flowers j and Sir John were set in. clusters at intervals to do someboy else. J Sir John undoubtedly '-Moaide iUK partook of national, rather than partisan, issues. Won Ali Hearts. Sir Wilfrid went West as a Canad- ion citizen. He interested himself in the problems of the people. Where misunderstandings had arisen he set! fearlesslv 'deal -with them. The frank way in which the Prime 'Minister grappled with the boundary embroglio in Man- itoba and1 bespoke his policy on. Asia- tic-immigration to the people of Bri- tish Columbia, emphatically disposed the -calumny that he is "all things j: All Users of EDDY'S "SILElfT" MATCHES Know they make no noise or sputter, and have no are quick, safe and sure. Made by Ask your nearest grocer for them o Prp.tn'iori-TKttf. V TV; ysr' uj- td-miuny uiat ne is ail tmngs S a CharacS of r to all No public man was ever (Sweet Grass, Four cars of settlers' j ed during the vreek from the States destined for points, customs- here. effects' arriv- I was en fete for La.urier. NEW GROCERY Carrying a Pull Line of Groceries, Teas, Coffees, Fruits and Tobaccos THE SUE WOO CHANG CO. JOE FONG (Manager) Baroness iington Hotel Ar- Alberta Mr. .John Kenny, Inspector of Cus- toms, Calgary, spent the greater part of last week, making an 'inspection of the customs office here, the increase in business was -double over last year. Two car-loads of calves being ship- ped by P. Burns Co. from their ranch at Milk River to their 'abattoir at Calgary, have been lying in the yards here for about fourteen hours, making the air in the vicinity of the yards ring with their bawling. WORKMEN NEARLY DROWNED IN BEER; Fort Wayne, Ind.. 'Sept. vat in a brewery .here collapsed yester- day, while were repairing its .foundations. The vat contained gallons of beer which soured through the street The workmen were caught in the rush and wers rescued with difficulty from drowning. The beer found an in the sewer, which showed a head of over three feet when it dis- charged the suds" into the Maumee Klver. ROUND HOUSE AT FRANK. Frank, Sept. on theTJan- Pacific Railway Co.'s round house, which is being erected at Frank, under the superintendency of taeir bridge and building foreman, (William Rutherford, is progressing fav orably. The size of this building will he ninety feet long, SO feet wide at 'the entrant, and 55 feet 'Wide at the ba-ck, while the, height in the centre be 21 feet. The building will be large enough to accommodate two' locomotives, besides affording 'lots of r some of our 4 Pies (old country style) on Thursday for delivery on Saturday Itey're I even is said almost to enw mt, -i -i ji> 30.1U. CLJ.IXIOSL TO pni There have been plenty of rumor.s; him to the Tories: ft is -whispered of McBnde in Eastern Canada, but Laurier has .named him reluctant that has been all. At the conference with as the 1 _ f VA-V, [confronted by more difficult and com- pies situations. But Sir Wilfrid met them squarely an-d fearlessly. He commanded the admiration of the peo- sornething material -without 'the pres- ence of Messrs. R. -F. Pardee and E. it. 3-facdonald. Freed from Minister- ial responsibilities and the cares of these two abte and earnest room for the machinist and other' of Provincial Premiers he gained some notoriety to his successful aggression in the -interests of his Province. Tho other Premiers liked him and the scowling Whitney is..said tc have secretly declared that' he bad- discovered a phophet and he is. even now they say. waiting for McBride' to climb over the mountains and take Canada in hand. But in the East gen- erally, he is little known. New West- minster, -where be was born had no distinction. His career at the bar arought him none and his ability ae a platform speaker amounted and still amounts, to nothing. For these rea- sons the East has not known him; but it .shall, some day. Yes, Conservatives do Need Him In the first place he is fairly' able rery ambitious, and quite 'young. IE he second place the Tory party needs him, and will not find a substitute. As a man he is not to 'be compare? with R. L. Eorden, but as a poiiti- (cian and a leader he would excel the 'former. These two things ought ev- entually to bring him to the leader- ship. The chances for his success (then sho.uld be worth having. To begin with he came on the stage I when Laurier had j years must pass before [judge by Sir Wilfrid's present appear- [ance, but come it shall and the hero- j loving public, according to some of those in the Laurier party, may have two men to choose between: George Graham and McBride. Both' -woulc- have their strongholds and their weaknesses. Both would consider the Free Trade demands of the prair- ies with open mind. Graham -would i serratire Premier -of ever that may be. NEWS FROM TP. 2-15 Ericson Bros, are at work sinking a -shaft preparatory to opening a ccal mine on Louis Bazzarmonis' place. The long looked for rains have "ar- rived and farmers are busy breaking; pie by :his courage. He won their al- j Parliamentarians gave zest to all Tjro- legiance by his purposeful ideals. jceedings. Perhaps none of. the. trav- ellers worked as did Mr. Pardee. To Studied Local Problems. The Prime Minister declared he ban come West "tc learn." And he .is 3 close and capable student. --Not co-. tent with the broad national tenet? of loyal Canadianism, which i preached assiduously: not center him had been committed .the big task of managerial responsibility. .Sched- ules, route deputations the of the entire tour. FVJr. Macdonaid's Popularity: Mr. Macdonald comes of a race of sturdy Scottish Liberalism in JSTcva Scotia. For throe .generations', his. forefathers have been p-roininent in the public life of the vKe' brought to- the western coast greeting of'the' far- Cana'dian' east, and his message ;was an .eaxhusing with discerning analysis of the shades of newspaper political thought, country's .right, to influence and con-ito tlle Premiers transient abode upon sideration in the evolution of Fed- eral policy, .Sir Wilfrid devoted much and the internal economy; of. the: en- one.' At almost "every part-visited, tire train, from the press car, with its I the Scotian', colony of -western sixteen correspondents, represting all "-----j i... of his time to the study and solution sod. The ground is well saturated'to jof Iocal their individual the depth of eight inches or a f.yjt. Jmerits. and always in their relation Michaelis' started breaking the whole. No deputation, no mat- their new twelve plow outfit last week. Jochcra set up a -windmill cu his farm last week. Sunday School at -2 p. m., and church service at 3 p.m. will be ter how seemingly domestic or incon- sequential its plaint was denied its lull share of his busy hours; no'citi- zen wirb suggestion of grievance but met a patient hearing and a sympath- ........._etic-treatment. He was in tne new school houso-overv Sunday pa was confer with 11 4-iT T r? w.. _ r hereafter, until further notice. All are invited. Rev. Clemens, pastor. BUILDING HOUSES AT BLAIRMORE. Blainnore. Sept. West Can- adian Collieries, Limited, with head His public chronicled 'utterances spoke the workings of his mind, but the -key with which he unlocked the heart of the West was his intense hu- manity, his personal communion with- the people. Meeting With Labor Men. Perhaps no better instance of the for the section of dwell- resigned it Many gs and buildings on their fore that time -t- new at the. west end of Blair- more, an-d are already advertising for tenders to erect twenty cottages and one large residence, six large store buildings, and to excavate and divert the bed of the Old Man river for a distance of about one mile. could be Ford St. Beside Fise Hal Phone OPPOSITE THE EUREKA Is prepared to serve the tastiest meals to tlieii the most moderate trial will convince you. J5 SHORT ORDERS A SPECIALTY. WE AIM TO PLEASE. ALL WHITE HELP, have the advantage of Laurier's sup- port and an excellent record. Graham's personality wo.uld out-weigh McBride's Graham's depth would out-faihom Me- Bride's and bis statesmanship qualities of mind would out-number McBride's but in the West, with its tion increased after the aesi census. McBride would have the advantage. A westerner himself, with perhaps Haultain, of Saskatchewan, as an aido he would satisfy the West's demand i ore adequate personal represen-. tation among >the Federal chiefs. A. L. Sifton. the new Premier of Dafoo, the editor of the Manitoba Free Press, and Cross, of Edmonton, as Liberals, may grow into Federal tics. At all events the Liberals in the west need thwm. Ke is Clever but Not Brainy An interview with McBriue is de- jceiving. Nobody could ever be as j splendid as he..impresses you as be- I Ing; so there must be a weakness: j somewhere. It is a common saying ic i British Columbia that nobody could ever be as wise as M-cBridc looks. It, appears true. Eo is clever, but not' brainy. He has not enough chin to forceful. The keynote of him is th? cleverness. His er.omies call him r mountebank and flira-flaramer. Some things suppc-.-r and they cannot Your complexion as well as your liv- er is rendered miserable by a disorder- ed liver. By taking Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets you can improve both. Sold by all druggists. which assiduous favor seekers made constant designs, were in .the keeping of the member for West Lambton. Ev- ery difficulty -was presented to Mm for solution. He was tbe arbitrator in all arguments, and, -withal, Mr. Pardee was the -most" popular mem- ber of the travelling best tribute "to the manner in -which he performed his manifold services. The statisticians of the party figure that the Chief Whip averaged a cor- respondence 'of twenty letters and thirty telegrams -per day, yet not an untoward happening or a failure tq keep scheduled appointments occur- red. "We .would be lost without was Sir Wilfrid's verdict. Moreover, Mr. Pardee took a full share of platform work, and was one of the'- most popular speakers. He caught, the spirit of the ambitious young West, and the people warmed settlers rallied- round him honor. brought, moreover, un- derstanding of 'coast to cemeafa'-pat-' riotic -wielding of life and interest-; from Atlantic to Pacific. Both Messrs.' Pardee aaa are.strong men in the deliberations of Parliament. Tihe -work of the end with the termination" ,o'f titeelr! tour, it has only commeiiQed. iThey' will- go-j-to their places In Parliament better equipped to conaSbute struotive character their'countrv BLAIRMO-RE TO HAVE 1 OPERA. HOUSE. Blairmore. Sept. sisting of W. A. Beebe, jThomas .Fj-ay- er, promoters, and many other .towns- folk, -and known as the Blainnore Booster Club, has recently been form- tee government for a charter.- This mg a, meeting with the Labor re- to him. His address to-the Canadian r club "has at Vancouver. Follow-1 Club at Moose Jaw in which he sound- 000 opera house on Fifth .avenue' north of four j ed the high note of Canadian co-oper-j and will ibe owned and operated by the in a Doming prececing an af- atioa and east and west, waa Blairmore Booster Club tern ternoon reception and night meeting -wnen Sir Wilfrid was snatching a half hour of rest, the Labor men, or GOODS RAND BAGS to LADIES' AND GENTLE- MEN'S DRESSING CASES to Bill books, card cases, drink- ing cups, cigar cases, SEE WINDOW DISPLAY some of them, returned to lav him a minor matter which had overlooked by the deputation. They M apologized for inconveniencing .him. "Not at said the Premier. "This is the very thing I came Wast'to- do- to get together, to reason together. And we want nothing neglected that has to do with the rights and interests of any part of the community." I Small wonder that the--citizens ir- j respective of party, manifested un- j !j ,a.nimity in personal loyalty to Laur- jier! j But beyond the compelling person- jality of Canada's first citizen, the cess of the tour was augmented bv happy choice of lieutenants. Hon i o-ocrgc P. Graham Stiiaes bv hfs ow u i light, and does not depend on anv-lfj jbody else for illumination. Helii j looms large 'in. constructive His vision is comprehensive undimmed. He links enthusiasm II industry. Many of Canada's undertakings are committed jto his keeping. They are in II i hands. His mastery of detail lability to absorb and" sift and assim-il jilatc, and his sound judgment have I (j overcome the handicap of one of the III .most burdensome departmental port-1 it folios. The Minister of Railways i n to the West on Irs own was a man who did things i ij did them in his natural way :H without any attempt at posinz." He i was who was playing the gnme I !i and wcil, whether it vrr.r.; ij or adminlszraMor.. j" Yet the tour TTOuid bare. In :tbte A PRIDB beer will yen after the night's sleep, invigorate you and fit you lor the day's work. At Siaas.o'f ALBERTA'S PRIDE beer wiili the din- or lunch "tops it off" just right and helps the sioraach to digest the solid foods. At NIGHT A bottle of ILBBRTA'S PRIDE beer will be ap- preciated, especially if body or brain is fatigued. It is nourishing and strengthening and soothes the nerves. e serve you. Phone No, 554.