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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 30, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDQE WEEKLY HERALD PREPAREDFOR POLITICAL BATTLE Young Liberals Have Rousing Organiz- 1 ation Meeting From Friday's Daily The Young Liberals of Lethbridge in the Liberal committee in numbers suffi- than tax the rooms last cient to night more capacity of the place. It was a most assemblage and augured well for .the support and assistance iKo able candidate ot the party will receive from the younger men of the party during the campaign. It, was pronounced by all as one of the best political meetings ever held in she On CkiU Cirri of ttpr Coiplilnt int Sii Corid of Cramps by Half a Bottlo of DR. FOWLER'S EXTRACT Of WILD STRAWBERRY. Mrs. Wm. FleweUing, Arthur, Oat., says: "I find it much pleasure to recommend PR. FOWLER'S EXTRACT OF WILD STRAWBERRY as a grand cure for Summer Complaint. My little boy. one year old, was very bad with it, and a few cured him. I also used it on my other children for cramps, and still nave half the bottle left. I cannot praise it too much." DR. FOWLER'S EXTRACT or Wnfo STRAWBERRY is the Rreatest of all cures for all bowel complaints such as Diarr- hoea, Colic, Summer Com- plaint, etc. AGAINST MR. BORDEN If He Opposed Rob- bins Irrigation Co. Says Mr. Magrath QUALIFICATIONS FOft VOTERS FOR DOMINION ELECTIONS Medicine Hat, Sept. Conser- vative rally was held in the Opera House Wednesday evening when a large number of citizens assembled and heard interesting- addresses from Jlr. C. A. Magrath. the Conservative Beware of imitations and J cancjjdate; Mr. John George, of On- sold by the unscrupulous dealer for j tario the sake of greater profits. They are dangerous to your health. -It is manuiactured by The T Mil- j burn Co.. Limited. Toronto Ont See that the name appears on the wrapper. Price 35 cents. t. British subject (not an In- A negro has a votj if otherwise .qualified. 2. year's residence in the Province of Alberta. .3. Three months' residence in the Ehctoral District. 4. Age must be twenty-one years or over. Aliens desiring to becoma British Subjects can learn full particulars on application to any Sawyer, justice of the peace, notary public, or com- missioner for tak'rng affidav- its. All that is required is that the applicant be of good char- .acter, has resided in Canada years within a C. Ives oi The Xews reports, Mr. Ives as eu- logizing the work which the Calgary Eye Opener wa servativA party. iod of the last five years, .and that he takes the oath of al- legiance. It is most important aliens desirous of getting on List for the com- Ing election ihould see to matter without delay. The News reports Mr. Magrath's W.'A. Buchanan, as president of PI in the Lethbridge Liberal fflllY explained the purpose oi the meeting, ibe organization of. a Young Men's j Liberal Club. He declared that the j. young" men oi the West should givej Laurfpr loyal support. This was aj young man's country with opportun-' ities unexcelled in any other land in the world. The development of the West, which had brought about these opportunities, was due almost entirely to the progressive Western policy of the" Liberal That government was headed by thft only real statesman in .Canada to- ,i T for publication until after a specia- he president or. the A. E. and 1. ls the Co., and he at that- time gave the when the repon of the committee- cty the square. The exact con- I will be published. GOSSIP FROM THE ALBERTA CAPITAL f Operation Of Street Railway On the Sabbath No Doubt of Frank Oliver's Election The following letter has been above the tactics pursued by the j received from Hon. W.H. or .Conservatives and therefore leaders of the Conservative party. "Mr. Buchanan eulogized' the Liberal he could not see ground for discus- sion. He did not approve the immi- gration policy 01 the government in in every way to give good "service at JQ reply -would say that j spending a million dollars a year in ing. Minister of Public Works: beg to acknowledge je- candidate- as an able man' equipped cejpt your iet.ter date Sept. 15th in every way to give good "service atj ef._ ;_ -n-oiild sav that fair wage clause is inserted in j this connection and paying agents a Government contracts. !Sxed sum Per caPita securing im- I mierants, but preferred the American system of extracting something from those who came into the country. In regard to the finances, Mr. Magrath believed that the country's money was apt being expended to the best advantage as the middlemen were making too much profit. He would Sam Jones and Miss Pimm Run Away Again Ottawa- j Senator DeVeber gave the young! :men somp good advice on organiza- tion. Organization was the keynote j of success. They must- work every] minut-? of every day from now until the polls close. In a general way the Senator alluded to the progressive policy of the government, establish- ing the right of the party to claim that the Liberal policy was the only j safe on? for the Dominion. Refer-j ring to his participation in the cam- Maasseu usianoma. uemcu c ,u-, hut urgcd tha, jt paign the Senator declared, and the day that he intended to resign his po- j away with as well as the evils of pa. I gathering applauded his statement, j sitioa as treasurer of the In closiag. that he had as much right to 'take j National Committee. Itegarding. Mr. spofee most favorably the campaign as Conservative i Hearst's charge, coupling him with} ern T T-_ tion work of the proposition with a view of (From Saturday's Daily.) Yesterday Gertie May Pimm was sixteen years of age; last; night she and Sam Jones skipped out and to- day in all probability they are Mr, and Mrs. Sani Jones. It will be remembered that on Au- gust- 3 last these two -went Falls to get married but just as the ceremony was about to be, performed the police at. the instance, of .the Kansas City, Sept. of Oklahoma denied here to- i not say that the present government giplv pflrente intervened and the gal- SJStem> i lant Sam, who is thirty-five years of in a I was sent ser. If it was wrong for him] the steel trust, Mr, Haskell said he j it was wrong-for the Conservatives, j highly honored being classed j The meeting had the pleasure Schwab. Carnegie and J. P. j listening to a very inspiring address Morgan. He denied that he had been j putting it through and it wag the from the Hon. W. T. Finlay. Miri-l m New. York city in 1896 at a. Gold duty of aU Mm_ This cQun_, ister of Agriculture, who happened j Democrat meeting in Madison Square t shollld OJK} irrica. to be in the city. He said it was a j gardens and applauded attacks upon I tioJ1 do more tQ devel "it good thing to get young men to work.J Mr. Bryan. He declared that Preal tlmn any otner factor_ and enthusiasm I dent Roosevelt is the biggest four- Edmonton, Sept. the street car system of Edmonton approaches completion considerable discussion has been raised concerning the opera- lioTi of the system oh On enquiry at the 'Govt rnmeiit buildings to-day it was learned that section 241 of the Railway'Act of Alberta; which prohibits the operation of 'electric railways or tramways on Sunday, was suggested to the Legislature by the Rev! J. G. Shearer, secretary, of the" Temperance and Reform League. It was urged that this pro- vision had already been adopted by some of the older provinces, and was considered, a wise means of securing better observance of the Lord's Day. When the matter .was brought be- fore the Legislature there was. some discussion of the meritsi-of the sec- tion proposed by the Temperance and .Moral Reform League. The general sentiment of "the Legislature :was for passing the- suggested section as a reasonable. measure, with the under- standing that here, as in other pro- vinces, any company-cr municipality desiring exemption from this enact- ment should .bring tach individual case'before the Legislature, and have -its claims, to -the "necessity of opera- lion on Sunday considered there. As is wf 11 -known in Edmonton the present local arid r.jter-urban .train- way system is the outc-rne of Ed- monton's purchase of the St-rathcona Radial Tramway Company's fran- chise. "This company's charter was secured in 1904 in the old North-West and' is, "consequently, not exempt, from this section of the Railway Act concerning Sunday cars. If Edmonton wants Sunday cars it will have to bring its claim for ex- emption before the next session of the Legislature, and the merits and necessities of the case will.then be Section 241 of the Railway Act of this province reads: "No company or municipal "corporation operating a street railway, tramway, or electric railway shall operate the same or employ.'''any- person thereon en the first'day of the-.vreok, commonly called Sunday, except for tha pur- "pose of L keeping the track clear of enow or ice, or for the purpose of doing work of necessity." was considered by the cision arrived at. and a de- The marriage of Miss Gladys Bour- chier to Mr. Thomas Kelly solernniZcd at All Saints' the rector, Ven. Archdeacon Grey. Both bride and groom were most popular, and although scarcely a score of invitations were issued the church was well filled with friends. The bride, a strikingly handsome girl, 'was gowned'In white Duchess satin, and was accompanied to the altar by h and I was completely discouraged. 1 I One day a friend advised me to try j Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- pound. I did so. and am thankful to S say that it cured the female weakness, i making- me strong and well. i Every woman who sutlers from fe- male troubles should try Lydia E. Pink- ham's Vegetable Compound." FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN. The-los.s at o'clock this morning was j paid cash for acres, or OVHr per acre, for land only i a mile and a quarter nearer the RUSH CITY ON FIRE city, ill do not consider there has Ot o i -ir c -M v ibeen any scandal in connection bt Pawl. Minn Sept. L cyen tho h H d Dougbs did make a liftle out of Mr. Harris buildings and is still raging. The whole town is threatened. Help is being sent from this city to com- bat the llame.s. FIRE AT BROCKV1LLE is on his way to Lethbridge after