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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 18, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta III! rood dMl (Mario people on act aakte Coleman the C. P. R. LJ IJLi liMl FnaiMj i- MA. MiBMlM W- Coteman. Sept. 17.-F. C. Graham on Saturday uifht a I.K Ji totkTsaw aad otd be fivea. THE ELECTIONS of the data of findb .both parties well several they have been au ready, just wait- for the starter to say "go" to tet them the" race for power. They just a little over to run which time is long -euough to discuss tho issues before ihe et- ectorale-buV.'not" lively long etiough to allow the campaign to become or stale. ;Thc government enters the with every confidence in a successful outcome, They have served the peo- ple well for the .past twelve years. The party is still following its defined progressive policy. Under its leadership tho country has made mar .vellous progress so that today Can- ada occupies p. prominent position among the nations both in trade and international politics.: During the time that the Liberal party has been in office .the country, has had an era of unsurpassed prosperity. Even ing the past.year or two when other nations have felt the pinch_ of hard Canada has been 'progressing financially and has felt the period of stringency less than any other na- tion. The Conservative party-say that the credit of the great of Canada should be given to a benefi- cient Providence. Providence was just as beneficient previous to 1896 when the Conservatives were in pow- er but the same progress was not 4nmde. Providence always .provides the opportunities but the wise alone know how to embrace them and turn them, to advantage. The difference between the progress of Canada in the periods before and after 1896 has been, the difference in administration Tho people recognize have had a businesslike, progressive gi rrient in office during the past twelve years and are not in any humor to make a change. The government 5 as strong, as as progressiv and imbued with as great a desire t serve the people as ever it was and can be safely entrusted with the af- fairs of the nation for another Par- liamentary term. As for the Conservative party, the people huve not forgotten the in- competence, lack of progressiveness. and corruption of the party when in power. They know that the alleged platform of the party is a meaning- less-rigmarole of words as long a.s the of the party leaders re- mains as it is. The party still is as it. was and the people as a whole do not want it in office again until it two million dollars to get control of the A. B. 4 J. Co. if: a food indi- cation we Jim Hill rom- iiig up the What fault will ite find with the election day Too soon or too lute? Better Thursday thaA Monday or what? They must use it ail issue as I hey did. iu Sas- R. B. tietutett has out of of thi past years t with a ferveat prayer for the Xord to him health and strength to tueet Duncan Marshall, lie can soon meet him ami will certainly uocd the uord's help when he does. trip to Penitictott and other uu pqiuts-and.reports and pros- perous times in that of thv Pa- cific province. Alex. Morrison is assisting waster D. J. Mciutyre for. a few days during the puy day rush. if. J. IFpton of Fincher Croek has speeding a few days in nuui and in connection with his branch.store, Robert Miss A. Southerland were urnrrled today by Rev. T. M, Murray ut the Manso. Miss M, Williams was bridesmaid The Toronto Star Wil- frid Laurier has pmvod biiuse-tlxith prudent zmd patriotic in the keynote be has struck for the coming cam- paign, lie is going to the country on an issue that will appeal to the judgment, Oie iuiaginAUoif, and pub- lic spirit of Side while Win, Cruikahank-did duty as best man. The bride on this morning's train from Scotland. Mr. Christie has been a resident of Cole- man some time and is employed in the International Coal Coke ''o.'s power house. The young cou- ple will have the good wishes of all for a happy and prosperous future. The Oxford Cafe Has been Remodelled Fresh Oysters, Cigars, Fruit and Confectionery JOE FONG -Proprietor CAR OF ME ROSES HNR ON TRACK TODAY Tk Ca ltd. Good R6SN6AC6 UseYoor Phone Some funny, things happen in the school room. A Brooklyn teacher called upon a small boy to define "A. said the boy, "is what we get when we Lappincott's. Aunt Mnndy is an old coloretl main my, with a philosophical turn of mind, but given to many Last Christmas day, her mistress, an exceedingly pious lady, was in a con- templative mood. "Just think. Aunt she said, years today the Savious wiis years "3Ii'! My'l_" said Aunt Mandy, time, do D" CAFE NOW OPEN VISIT IT I shows different ship and policy. qualities of leader- The announcement is made of the probable retirement at the coming general elections of .lean Biaptiste Morin, the Conservative member for Dorchester, Quebec, who has held his seat through all the Liberal land- slides of recent years. A couple of sessions ago, Toronto Satuiday Night recalls, ITr. Morin attempted to es- tablish a political scandal against Mr. Tobin. It was all about the so- called wharf at D'Israeli, a Httle backwoods place in Wolfe, where there is a small water course, and consequently some lumbering opera- tions. The claim of the Opposition was that this work was simply a bridge across a swamp, built at the Federal expense for the purpose of pleasing the municipal authorities. The Government claimed it was a wharf and therefore entitled to rank as u Federal public work. .Mr. Mor- in. in his practical but rather un- polished eloquence, attacked the vote "Where is tie said he, in ad- dressing tho House. "And whore is de boat to come to. de wharf? There ain't no wharf; there ain't no boat, but suppose there be. where is de water to float de boat of- which thcro ain't any. when wharf that don't New Location But Same W F. German Between Wage's and Roy's TRIBUTE FROM THE ENEMY Even tho Toronto News, to "save its amid the storm of denun- ciation of the Lauricr Government it raises, is compelled to puy this tri- bute to the administration's achieve- ments: ICE "CREAM CONFECTIONERY PARLOR AND SHORT-ORDER CAFE it comes to the be there? There ain't no water for de cows eat de wild grass in dc marsh in summer where dey -build that bridge." ALBERTA EXHIBIT The Toronto Star says: The two new western of Canada are I to be congratulated or. providing two "No sane person protends that no-' oi ihe very best attractions fit the thing of national value has been Canadian National Exhibition, accomplished hy the; Laurier vivid an idea of the West ns th "Only a mud partisanship would 'ieny the ad van Urges of cvrtuin of its achievements. v Xo sc> TolnoiTOW we will open our Restaurant Cafe stand compari- son with any in; the city. Our rooms are large, airy, cool and inviting. Our cook is not excelled. Our menu is most extensive. This, we feel sure, will in a short time be the swell cafe of the city. Chow Sam Co. McKelvie McGuire's Old Stand No Order too Large' No Order too Smajl Price will be forgotten long before the claw of work-we do I iBteni !co.ltt. x kw. On WetimiAtter, and CourtUud Street flf Ooe-third down aad bal- ance in one and two years at 8 percent A Limited Number Only Mini PtOrtSSIONAL CA1M DM. W. S. QAiMAITK tN Redpath Si, 'PhW H 9 a.m., 8-3 p.m. NURSING R. GREY Trained nurte.open tot CAO found at Mrs. W, 0. Huttoo't Courtltnd Bt; REAL ESTATE BARGAI NS The South Alberta Lumber Co. Ltd. Have ribw a 'large stock of In their Yard and more is arriving daily. The qimiity is the best and prices are right. Call and be convinced. P.O. 654 Lots, Block A, Hig- jfc inboth'aiu Addition j corner (Dryden and Torifance, V for Lot 7, Block 8, cor. of MeBetti and Bail-: ey St. mile from North Ward School Lot 3, Block A, if. with good 5 roomed house V between Smith and Round 41 Sts, orily half mile from postoffice...... Lot. on Westmin- Road, mile from Central of sub-division into 10 full lots half of Acre' Lot 4, Block 7, cor. of Me- belli and Bailey .'Sts., for cash Lots in Block 15 Duff Addition, .mile from '-'.If. postoffice. This Block fac- es on Crabb St., each the above on easy T. E.'PATTESON Room Block MAOAM NOAMAN (OrdiMtraJ Teacher of product VitiU or or advanced. tor orgma, HAMILTON t YOUNO RMMH New 5-roomei Cottage and Stable and tvolots for 1300 Cash Close in I i IrffcfcflUM J.F. Rodger- A. Young FOR SALE HORSES Heary and Light RODGERS YOUNG We Stables Wood St. B. B. COMYBEARE JONES doliciton, Ofiot: CqdybaiM Block. Alta, W. C. SIMMONS AdvacaU, Eu. Office: Southard Block. ADD I SON Funtr.1 381 CraBb St. LETHBEIDGE, ALTA. Office and Residence Phone 102 F. B. Stock. JAS. A. MACDOMALD ARCHITECT MacdoriaW Stock, Rtdpath 8trMt AIU. THE MISSES BROOK Fashionable Drtsamaktrs Children's Clothes and Plain Sewing AvtntM "The British preference, the rail- way commission, the Lcmieux Act, the extension of the Intercolonial Railway to Montreal, the improve- ment of the St. waterway, the activities of the Department of Immigration, all stand to its credit. "The Department of Agriculture has been well administered. Good work has been done by the De- partment. There have Ixnsn good re- Milts from the heavy expenditures the militia." The object admissions ma to tho acconi- reprint at ions, points out the Stratford FVamn. nn> nr.no the loss wclromo. Th.- T Rovernment is made mistakes, but on tho whnlo its reconl has lWn ono of success in advancing the interests of the country. Even its most bitter opponents have to admit this fact. OUR POIKT OF VIEW A solid AI her U for The cetjjpnt mighty pood. di-scription could convoy vivitl an idea of the West ns charming HttU: arranged by thf Alhortans, the field of standing wheat, the badger and the gopher and the horseman who finds that his old tnril lias hem ploughed up Mid .sown. The specimens of grain, vege- tables and succulent grr.sses and of coal also bear eloquent tribute to the varied resources of Alberta. The visitor who is peeking information will be to carry away with him a copy of the "official hand-book of Alberta." Here he will learn that the development of the great new province only begun: that there ;ir.- a hundred million acre., available for s.-nlement and that less than one are in crop. Saskatchewan shows a ele- vator workinp, -and an attractive col- lection of the proiuct? of the soil. There i.- an excellent descriptive-j i bo.ki.t. which to read not Mberta Restaurant For GOOD MEALS Sho) t Orders at all Hours Prompt and Efficient Service Oliver Block Phone 228 The CoaMale testaurant Is the place to get a good Square Meal. Everythiop new and clean. lotunit s W Block. Short Orders at all Hours NOTE CHANGE OF DATE EXCURSION RATES TO THE LAND OF THE BIG RED APPLE Under the auspices of The Arrow Lake Orchards The Excursion will leave Lethbridge, September 22nd Claresholm 2 1st 21st One day will be spent at the Nelson Exhibition, arriving at the Company's lands on the morning of. the 2-ith, returning the same day. The party will bs accompanied by the Company's representatives. Por further particulars and application forms apply M. FREEMAN, Ledtrifce, AMa. Teams Wanted At Once Hayr Transfer Co. H. Hiyr ud W. G. Hofe, PHONE 180 WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN TEMPER A N C E U N I O M lr Meet in Methodist Wesley Church third Friday, iu the month at 3JO p. m. Visitors always welcome MES. A. E. HUMPHRIES, Prea. MK8. CHA8; McCLENAGHAN. SecreUrj Ltthbridg. A. F. A. M-, Q. R- A. Regular meetinf Vnight, the thirrt Thursday of each month in the Masonic Hall, P: 0, Block, at 8 p.m. Visiting- brethrtn 'will always receitt a hearty welcome. A.C.ME8SEB, G.y-STORKEY, M. Secretary, P. 0. Box 537 UtMrMpMli.1V Meots 1st and 3rd M on days Hall at 8 o'clock. THE WEBB REALTY Wask Applications should be in by Sept. 18th or sooner The Arrow Lake Orchards fa walks look and feel Will the expoclofl snowstorm lay tho dust or make horrible mud on the streets? That's the question in tho minds of pedestrians. Tho agricultural fniik of south will he Rival shows this year, worth croir.j? many miles to see. The AHwrtrt exhibit nt Toronto Ex- only settlrrs but by all I who to bring their knowledge! of the jreoprnpTiy resources of! Tanarla up to date: i TbiEyeopener j; Appears to-morrow after- noon. Not being in the Drag Class it is ont of market at 6 p.m., 10 on Saturdays. Other newspapers ARE in the Drug Glass, to ail appearance. R, SKf TIErXTBKFma o FRESH OYSTERS and SPRING CHICKENS at THE HUB I Watch the new Bulletin Board for the menu for each meal The Mteta Railway and Ration Cnipaij Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON ;THE MARKET lots Nortt of tke Eailroad ill M if fatwato U FROM (to EACH Also a few Acre Lots East of Westminster Road, each brethren are S. G. DAVIES, W.P 24-ly T. J. WHITE, W. S Caaafia Order ot Foresters Nt.262 Meets iu K. of P Hall Uai Thursday of month Visiting Brethren Welcome J. F. ROGERS, C.K A. NEIDIG, RS. TERMS EASY Interest 6 per cent, per annum One-third one-third 6 months, balance 12 months. llberti mi ti (M UflMp, Mb, TO YOUR HEALTH you drink every time you drink a bottle of Alberta Pride Beer bottled by us. We bottle only the best, it is Beer, mineral waters, ginger ale, sfxsaparilla, kola kola, ronbrew, etc. OUT soil drinks are all healthful, as well as the pure and bottled beer, bottled by us. LETHBRIDGE BREWING A MALTING COMPANY. Ltd LEW BRIDGE nO. M C. B. P. O. E. on the second Tuesday of etcfc month at 8.15 p.m. E. A. 8HARMAN, E. R. M. PRIEST, Secretary. First-dass Cafe Tkttl HTH MRR Start Order Between Jfais CARROLL DOYLE Lodge Pride 'of Alberta, No. 293. Sm if bflari fcttfit in of Hail trtrj tnrt and tfcird Thnrvdaj in month at 8 P.M. trKhm aliraji wet W. Piw FrH T. KobfM, BoK 67. READ THE LTSTHBRrDGE HER- AT.D IF YOU WANT TO KEEP TN TOUCH WITH SOUTHERN AT> BERTA'S ADVANCEMENT. NORTH-WEST ASSOCIATION Of STATIONARY ENGINEER! Meet in the Labor Halt ever? see and and fourth Mondays in month. Emplcyen reqnirinf certificated en- gineers, and enfinecn out of employ- ment, do well to with w. ROBERT NEVIN. ChWt W. A. DICTOOH, ;