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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 25, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta )�A�lft TWO lit Daily Herald to. Ptlnte^.bftbe Daily Herald Printing : Co.. Lul.. every fewful evening M ita office; Round St.. Lethbridye, Albvrta, OMtMle. ,W. A. BUCHANAN. Manat>nr 01 /itctor and Uittrt Subacrlptlen RaU* Oaliy,..ou� year, delivered..... Daily.iais month, delivered, . Pally.ittaree months, delivered.. Oaily. one month, delivered Daily, one year, by mail ...... Daily, lis montha,'by. mail .... Daily, three monthi, by mail .. fveekly Herald, one year - Addreaeei changed aa oiteo as �ired; but both new and old addreec oiuBi be given. K4.M 2.00 1.00 ,. .06 S.00 1.76 .06 1.60 de ' T Cushtng Htates that ho hhd nothing to do with tho transaction. The public paid but Uttlo attcntlbr, to the attempt ht potty scnndal, up it has perfect conrtdoncc In thu parties whom the scnmlnlinongors tflpfl to drag Into It. If the Rrnnd thtof muck-rnko nrtl-st of tho Consorvatlvi party cannot dig uv> anytiilng worse than thin In tho administration ol nlTalra by tho Liberal party ho hod bettor turn his attention to hla own PQTty. Ho could dolight his boasted numerous reatlors In British Columbia and Manitoba with sOnio spicy articles on tho doings of Dick Mc-Brldo and tho Roblin-Itogcrs gang. Side kishta A BIT OF GOOD NEWS The best news . that has come up from Ontario in many days is tho announcement that Mackonzio King will contest North Waterloo in the Liberal interest. Mackenzie King is about tho brainiest and' brightest young man in Canada. As deputy minister of labor ho hns made a name, and a record for himself, lie hofl. a reputation for odministrative ability. and constructive genius that reaches far beyond tho bounds of Canada.. It is to bo sincerely hoped that he will bo returned to I'arlia-ment, and it ho-Is, and the Liberal party is victorious, there is no doubt that a portfolio of Labor will be created and Sir. King will be chosen to fill it. Mr. King is tho best friend labor ever hnd. The observant and intelligent labor mab admits U�ftt. If he becomes minister of labor ho will be in a bettor position to servo, tho industrial classes and his best elTorts would be directed day in and day out"^ as they have been in tho past, to tho Improvement of the condition of the working man. A STREET RAILWAY Ixstfibridgo rr. .\nies says concerning ihc alleged alienation of lands aiui tinilier in W(>s tern Canada. This means that if Mr. Borilon comes to power Medicine Ilat will its irrigation entPrprlso. HEAD OFFICE-VICTORIA, S. C. Concerning the creameries ui Albor ta. Commissioner Markor says: "We look lor an increase of 2ll per cent, over lust year in the output of the creameries of .Mher-ta. The jirice of butter per pound will be considerably hotter than last year, but it is iinpossihie to state just what tho average price will he until all tho liutlor is sold. Tho whole dairy outlook for thu province is very eiu-oiiraging indeed." Coal, Ice and DRAYING Western Transfer Co. ^ LONG BROS. Proprietors  Office opposite Balmoral  PH ONE e3 \ LUMBER BCIB now MUCH IS THERE IN IT FOR YOU? Buy your Lumber from the South Albefta Lumber Co. Ltd. and save 15 to 20 per cent on the cost of yonr House, Barn or Granary The South Alberta Lumber Co. Ltd. Corner Westminster tt Ford Just South of the Ellison Mill Phone 225 P.O.Box 654 Teams Wanted At Once Hayr Transfer Co. H. Hftyrand W. G. Hole, Props. PHONE ISO  : I Western Canada I Agency Limited \ Have now in stock at their  New Oil Warehouse. Bar-^ oness Road, three carloads  of the celebrated I Reya Lubricating Oils Rega Axle Grease Engine Gasoline : > ^ Rega Lighting Oils PROFESSIONAL CARDS OR. W. S. QAI,.BRAITH Physician, Surgeon, Accouc^er Olllce 1)14 ttotfpnth Ht. 'I'hone 03 Hour.s-Botorc 9 5S-3 7-8 p.m. NURSING MRS. C. R. GREY Triiiftcd open for eiigugemcnts Oan be found at Mrs. W. 0. Hultoii's Courtliuid St. SNAP 2 Lots in North Ward For $105 Tlieseninst be sacrificed AT ONCE. Call today Alberta Realty Go. CoaldBle Block :: Lethbridge Oliver's Hall ONE NIGHT ONLY SATURDIIY, SEPT. 26 - THE - We can quote you for any quantity NO CHANCE TO WIN (I'liocnix. B.C. Pioneer.) The " guns" in tlie Dominion i-U'ctioi) c;iiiii),ii(,'n have been fired in practically all of the provinces, tlie battle is on and politieinn.s will n''w cut' for the next f;'W week.s. Al-thoujrh the Libi'ral.s have a bi? majority ill the House at present and nrc conlident of a renewed lease in ofTite, t'.i Conservatives are in great fight-I'.if; humor and will make u strong PHONE 172  I (ffort to gain the reins of power. Vi'iile the t)pi)osilioii will undoubterl-ly g-eatly les.sen the Government's minority, still it will probably require lijore than the ammunition at pr.s-riit at till' disjio .1 of the Gonscrv.,-; v( party to 'i:  Ince the majoi- v e ' lely. Yale-( nib'o will be "i!T of one if thr wannest contest-i ii thu Domini ei. Claman Players One of the best shows of the Season A Select Company of Players Three Shows in One 16 AH Dramatic Artists Superb Band (fc/Orchestra Free Concert and Street Parade at 7.30 p.m. A Positive Guarantee with every Ticket sold POPULAR PRICES Tickets on Sale at J. D. Hifiiubothanrs DrugStpre If the clomonstrations in favor of Sir Wilfriil I.auricr nt tho various Ontario towns he has visited are any criterion, tho r.iboral party will swi.m'p that stronghold of 'J'oryism. I.auricr is the peoi)le's prcuiier. CHARGE FALLS FLAT Tho attempt of tho Conscrvutivo press to rnkc up a minaturo scandal in connection with the purchasn of tho Lethbridge jail site has ended as everybody expected. There is no man in public life in Canada today against whom there is less chance to bring a charge of partizanship in public affairs than against lion. W. II. ("ushing, the minister ot public works. He transacts public business as he does his own, without any consideration of politics being made. His statement of the deal for the jail site is clear ans, it falls Ilat on the face of iMr. Cushing's statement that the vendors got �:very cent of tho j)rico ond that Mr. Simmons favored the purchase of a silo from tho A. It. & I. Co. who certain ly would not be guilty of conniving at a plan to give . jMr. Simmons a rake-off for election o.\ As for Messrs. Douglas and Carey, the Herald doubts if Mr. Sinnnons is acquainted with either (jf them anil Mr. POOR PROPHETS (Winnipeg Free Press.) In 1900 the Conservatives woiiJd nut concede a single one of the sov-inteeii Western coiistitueneies to the Liberals; yet there was a tidy Liberal majority west of the Lakes. In UifM Roblin and Rogers boasted weeks before election of the Coining swecj). They were going to carry nil ten seats in Manitoba and have a majority in the Ti'rrituries and British Columbia. Tiny succeeded in carrying only six out of the twenty-seven sials. Today We are having the same futile, silly gaseonadi' about sweeping the Grits off the face of the earth and .so forth. .N'li one i.s deceivi d thereby. It is as Certain as anything can be in politics that llii^ West will give a .substantial Liberal majority, and it is |)riibable that lln-re will be a Liberal majority in every one of the four western I'rovineis.  The latest book of the season f By MARIE CORELLI \ ^ Property Prices Advancing The eyes of the West are on Lethbridge just now because it is the busiest place (population considered) in Canada at the present time. PRICES OF REAL ESTATE are already moving up, a'nd will go much higher in the near future. The DUFF ADDITION LOTS that we are selling are much cheaper than the conditions warrant= Just Think - - $75 to $175 ON THE MONTHLY PAYMENT PLAN WATCH THE HOUSES GO UP T^ERE Skeith & Tilley Phone 197 MADAM NORMAN (Orchestral Planiite) Teaclior of pianoforte, organ, ant voice production. Visits or rocaives pupllc, pruparH tory or advanced. Cuaohing for exnni�. Howard Houso, Orabb Street. HAMILTON & YOUNG Eng'neer* and Surveyor* Room 4-Whitney Block. C.F.P.Conybeare, K.C., D.C.I.., B. Morton Jonn*, B. C. CONYBEARE R, .I0NE8 Barristora, Solicitorrt, Etc Otllce: Conybeore Block. Lethbridge^ Alt*. W. 0. SIMMONb Advocoto, Barrister, Etc OUicc: Soul'iHrd Block. ADDISON & SON Funeral Directors �nd Embalmers 321 Qrabb St. LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. Office and Itoaidcnce l.'liono 102 F. B. BOLFSON ARCHITECT Room 9 Whitney Blo>:K. JAS. A. MACDONALD ARCHITECT Macdonald Block, Redpath Street Lethbridge, Alta. THE MISSES BROOK Fashionable Dressmakers Cliildren'.i Clothes and Plain Sewing 41 Argyle Avenue Lethbridge Lodge (39) A. F. & A. M., G, R. A. Regular meeting night, tiie thirn Thursday of each month in the Masonic Hull, P. O. Block, at 8 p.m. Visiting brethri.n will always receivt a llbarty welcome. A.C.MESSER, G.V.STORKEY. W. M. Secretary p. O. Box Jj37 letlibrliige lerie No. 837 Meets Isl ar.d ;!rcl M o n d ays in K. of P Hall at 8. o'clock. Visitiiifj bretliron nre conlinlly invited. S. G. DAVIES, W.r 24-ly T. J, WHITE, W..S _\___i___ Canadian Order ol Foreters Court Lethbridge No. 262 Meets ill K. of P Hall lust Thursday of month Visiting Brethren Welcome J. F. R^GEJRS, ^C.R A. NEIDIG, F.S. LCTHBRIOGE LOUut NO. 3A C. B. P. O. E. Meets on t!ie stcond Tuesday of each month at 8.15 p.m. : : : : E. A. 8HARMAN, M. PRIEST. E. U. Secretary. Lodge Prido of Alborta, No, 25)3. Sons of England Benefit Soeietn MiH't ill tlio KiiIkI.Ih of I'ythla-Hall Bvory llrBt uiul lliird TliuiHiluy in tliii raontlt lit 8 p^.iil. VlHiliiig I i'l'llircu ulwHyi Wel como. Wiilter Apploby, Krcl T. Iloblim, Sie W. i'resiiliiiit. Hox 67. -Lethbridge Lodge No. 3- NORTH-WEST ASSOCIATION STATIONARY ENGINEERS Meet in the Labor Hall every sec-and and fourth Mondays in ths month. Emphyers roquiring certificated eu gineers, and engineers out of employment, 4 >uld do wel] to oommunioate with ub. HUBERT NEVIN. Obiot W. A. D10K80N. Secretary. 44-ljrrd-� The Oxford Cafe Has been Remodelled Fresh Oysters, Cigars, Fruit nnd Confectionery JOE FONG - Proprietor ?354 72 1556 ;