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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 2, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta MJtATA, WEDNftOAY, Eczema, Salt Rheum. ftm tf t IMfe DR. W. i, OAL4HAJTH IheSouth Alberta 10 aciret in Fruit in B.C. Offlee H4 Redpath 8t, HOURS: tefore t a.m., 1 umber Calti story related of one of peon wbo took tastr four or five years oftba first Katfom BUI an exclusion of a nantury and half. Ha gave notice that on a day he would a certain motion there arose from his no- ok colleagues a federal cry of "Dar- The astonished novice aasftsd' aaoth It IsttU rowri r to o( tliuvewity, Mout- wi U eajwciaUy at oe.iyhaB part ia to an rtwof haai, far tffil H ir kdtar to Oftee Hours: Wec-k dai, "viil 9 11 to 1 p.m.; J to 6; 7 to 8. Till ll From 1.30 to Blood Bittew wet wkk in On Track Today of bW chMMMpi tad punfy er day, only to be greeted an equally unniUinoua Day and Hj. or eau do, abus Xo oclwr wawdy uuck for At this, he explained that he would 60 diitt-acttou with" UcribU torture, M DR. 0. J. COURTICI OMC FORM OF BRIBERY against Bon; J. R Strmttoa in West Peterboro the brib charge Inciude one to the effect can calendar, that he made of money to chur cktw and charitable institutions. It is common practice for churches hnve to ask the. forgiveaoas of thtir but, 'having been educated abroad, 'Jhe1 was forced to ledge that he was not familiar with the list of saint e' days in the Angli- and solicit fui0a from political candidates und of Parliameut. In nearly every, instance these men would not TWO OF A KIXD A large touring automobile contain- for, or "expected to "make if they were in private life. It is a hold up, pure and sim- ple. The candidate kolfr he has to give in order to aold the frknd- Rtiip 61 the particular denomination, and sometimes .the solicitors for hint very plainly .what the con- mquencefiwill be it-a'subscription is not forthcoming, Xaturally when OM candidate contributes the other candidate feels bo is compelled ,to_do' likewise. This type of bribery, bribery it is, is not due to the can- didate BO much as the people solicit- ing funds; The churches desire purity j in public life and we do not know of a better place to start at remedying the evils than by abolishing this prac- tice. :._.-r of Parliament are- prac- tically; forced irs- order to stand in with the voters, to contribute to ev- ery scheme. They must give money to all the sporting organizations and present prizes for every picnic. It is not right. It drains a man's pockets aud puts him; in a position to be tempted by bribes -from corporations in order to meet the expense of scrv- ing .the people. We cannot expect men .with limited means to enter pub- lic life if the people continue making demands on their pockets. Public life become solely "a inonied man's game. ing a inou awl his. wife uiet a load of hay _ in a very narrow road. wouian declared thnt the farmer uuiat buck out, but her husband contended 'that she was unreasonable. "But -you. can't back the automo- bile so she said, "aud I don't O'Cueaor, Bartiaftou. write- 1.- I wifcrcd wtti Salt .Uheum. I tried a, UoatHi different bub moat of tlieaTooly I adv'uod to try Burdock Blood Bit- I tcra. 1 bo: tie and beforwlkadtaken half I could change so I (KMtitUMxl UM and now 1 ma ooMptettiy turai. I IPO much for your For bf all intend to niovo. for anybody. Be- sides, he should have us." The" husband pointed out that' this was owing -to an'-abrupt- turn in the road. she insisted, "I won't raovo ifl have to stay here all night." Her husband was starting to argue the matter, when the fanner, who had been sitting quietly ou the -hay. DEATH LISt''IN MINE Pitteburg. Pa.t Dec. death list of the Marianim mine now num- bers 135. It ig- believed that the bodies still remaining in- the mine are lew. and that these are der debris. The eearchers are mak- ing every, endeavor to locate all the bc-dies as quickly as possible. The inouest will be held on December 10. 1 NORRINC MILLS The Girl With tht Mirror at tht Ly- Ih tatky Co. itt. Lumber Co. Ltd. Corner mi sier Ford mi lines SUesAt interrupted: mind, airJ'V he exclaimed, with a sigh, "I'll try to back out. 1'vo got one just like her at home." Troth Prevails A TRINITY OF NATIONS The working agreement between Ja- pan and tho United States is but an- othar circumstance, and a very eon- sklermbleVme. the' guarantee of the world's peace. With Great Britain and Japan working together by treaty and the "former bound still more closely to the United States by ties of blood, language and cus- tom, this last agreement forms the threefold bond binding together firm- ly--the. three nations in whose hands are the destinies of the world. This trinity of nations standing together can effectually control .the course of international politics to the preserva- tion of peace and the advancement of civilization. OUR POINT OF VIEW There is time yet to vote for the bylaw if you bave not done so al-f ready. Get there before eight o'- clock. Take Mayor Henderson's advice and elect to sit with him on the council men of ability who have time to de- vote to public duties. The way tho locomotives in the rail way yard sometimes send forth norve- rackingr blasts, brings forcibly to! mind the fact that Oliver whistling bylaw is Lethbridge ought to be able to get a hockey team together if arrange- ments can be marte to get .suitable ice. There arc plenty -of good play- ers in the city and lots of old time enthusiasts of the. lightning game. Many people have unsurcc-snully tried to buy advertising sij-nr-..' on the j front page of the Ilorakl hut it re- j mained for an :--.i; rr of a second j hand store to the covetea pos-i-i tion as may havo noticed in! yesterday's pu.pcr. It was a fiuke. The spa-'e JF. not f-.r w'r. i Although it was well-known that: Mayor Henderson was willing to servo another yenr if given the opportun-i ity, there is a measure of satisfac-j tion in his definite statement yester-i day. The citizens return his New j Year greetings and wish him a safe' return to take up the duties hns j so well undertaken. Lcthbridge is growing fast. Today j ty values arc increasing and no cf-; fort is being made to purchase land! for park purposes. Now is the time! to act. There should be land pur-t chased in tho cast and south ends of! the city and in the North Ward for' park purposes. In years to come wo i will appreciate the foresight of thoj council who made tho purchases. In! many cities today iand is bought at fabulous prices in order to! provide breathing places for the peo- ple. Let this city act ftt In ibis important matter. SKE ctum this A E' G A V Slaughter Sale beginning last Monday and ending has caught the "professional whiner." There is one of him around, but he is worth a dozen, and he hit. Also, at his own expense he warns others fiom trying to share his job, and promises that he will send people away smil- ing; sure thing, and broadly! To make a successful get- Mray from a pole-cat, a smile is diplomatic. Well, let 'em all come, and they may the goods I sell are mine, unen- cumbered; that it is no dis- grace to have been in busi- ness for years instead of months; that the roan of mercantile experience dating from Tth Nov., 1860, to 2nd Dec. 1903 should have clean- er and better kept stock than that of the BABE or fledg- ling of yesterday, else he is himself a mutton-head; that the gilded gingerbread of to- day's make has not the same ring or wear as a 60 year old gold piece; that the eagle does not class with the dunghill rooster, crow he ever so loudly, that even, if time and again my pinions have drooped from boozological paralysis, I have never once mistaken my intellectual su- perior for a puppy or tree.tod him as such; that the turn over of stock value in my business precludes the idea of stale goods; that with each year my business has in- creased steadily until in 1907 I turned my stock value two and three-quartejr times or so, over; that in 1903 it shows better; that this is said, not boastfully but thankfully; that the record shows goods not shoddy and a public not lackinc in good judgment; that my goods are proverbi- ally up-to-date and carefully with an eye to the public benefit, and incident- ally my own; that this year I have excelled all previous efforts to back up Santa Claus with THE RIGHT AT RIGHT PRICES and that your yoarly, daily patronage clinches the forc- coing truths. Ample Storage for Christmas Goods Cerman The Shoe mait Between Sage's and Roy's Lcthbridge New Dayton MAKES CANADIAN SIGNS EXCUR- hsiiess leg's Lgicken DECEMBEK 3 at the HUB CAFE Split Pea Soup -Pork Cutlets and Tomatoes Baked Potatoes Custard Pudding Extra Tourist Car Service In connection with the Eastern Canadian- Excursions, the Canadian Pacific Railway Company will oper- ate the following tourist car servict from Koottnay Landing to Toronto direct, to be attached to train No. 254 leaving Kootenay Ldg. on Dec. 1st, tth, -15th and 20th. For reserve tions in these cars apply to your nearest agent 2MUI3 The Oxford Gafe SERVES GOOD MEALS. Has been Remodelled Fresh Cigars, .Fruit ant V Coiafoctionery JOE FQNG Proprietor TO THE PUBLIC We. have bought out the Star Transfer Co. Draying outfit, and are prepared to execute all orders for DRAYING I promptly satisfactorily. Coal delivered promptly. Cath on delivery. JAPkiips A. L Pattern Phone 70 Office in Gow's Store WHEN YOU WANT Good Meals AND Clean Rooms In Grassy Lake go to MAH TOY YATT RESTAURANT Grassy Lake Alta. WARM HOUSE WITH NO PLASTER Keqaires; 110 expensive labor YOU" Gari Put It On Write t7OT Free Sample and instructions forapplying, sending, name of dealer to 50 HEAD OF Heavy Mares and Geldings Tt k at Itflct Sale Stables WtW St. ol NefihwMtefn tf, Chicago, IU. Oftoe Houa t k> a; 1 to B. I and Z, Macdanaid CANADIAN PACIFIC OR. J. B. otirrirr ol- Unin r Cleyeland OFFICE-WHITNEY BLOCX Phone 3OT Houri: 1H6 MADAM AN Plani U Teacher of pianoforte, argca production. or pupils, or .Crabb (or Howard Western Excursions Single Fare WR. ERNtrr F. Viotinist, Pupil of Geo. Wilbey, Loiidon. Eng., and-of Frank E. Blaebford. ;is open for number of Pupils. AUw for Concertii, At Banquets, etc. Terms on application Phong 212. Plus for tha Round Trip From all stations in Ontario, Port Arthur and west, Manitoba, Sas- katchewan and Alberta to SOLE AGENTS MAN. For sale locally by all lumber dealers HIGH-CLASS Notice On Thursday, Nov. 26, the under- signed transferred their draying busi- ness known as the City .Cartage Co. to Mr. George Bawden. Parties owing the company any accounts up to that date are requested to settle at once with the undersigned, who will pay all accounts against the company up to the same date. W. H. WALLER, G. H VAN HORNE. To diiie once at our cafe invariably means that you will become a regular pat- ron. We have the most extensive menu in the city Rate, per per week Meal Ticket )6 Safie Meal 3Sc Chow Sam Co. McKelvie Old Stand SHORT ORDEKS AT ALL HOUKS 'BUDir REED Successor to G.W. H. Keed Phone 211 mmw Also to OKANAGAN VALLEY and KOOTENAY POINTS Tickets qn sale December 1, 2, 3 17, 18, 19, 1908. January 4, 5, 6, 21 22, 23 and 24, 1909, good" to re% within three months.- MR. ALBERT.ELY Pupil of, Dr. Briggs, M. A., Singing and Voice Culture. Pupil ;of Chas; Hancock. EaqV. FrR; C.O., Thwy. Culturi, Organ Theory, Song. '_ Singing Open for Concerti, Baaqaeto, citala. Etc. Terms; on i Application. Bex NO Uthbridga, HAMILTON YOUNG ENGINEERS AND SURVEYORS Room Block. CANADIAN PACIFIC ANNUAL B. Morton JOHE8 -BARRISTERS, SOLITITORa. ETC- Offices Cony boare Block. Lithbrtdg., MISS EM I LIE CARROLL WASTE Graduate 'of KNOX CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC Galesburg, Illinois Terms'on--application. Studio at resident of Mr. R. H. Roberton, 607 Crabb St. Phone 185 JOHN BARTHOLOMEW Lethbridge PIANOFORTE TUNING; ETC. Organs and Pianofortes repaired, polished, etc. Good work guaranteed. WRITE HERALD OFFICE. THE: Woody-Davidson Co. Ltd. SIHT ETAL OmACTORS, lAMIFACMEHS AND JOBEKS Are now located in the new Bowman Block, Crabb Street And are prepared to give prompt and careful attention to all orders and inquiries regarding fcui SMifhU, KretfMf fell lm, hn Sheet Irtt, etc. Afnts Petse Icmmj mi Vidir Fmwces uri Kefbtere 'Contractors are invited to investigate onr Prices and Stock Phone 142 P.O. Box 627 Miss Margaret Macphyspn Fraser A. T. 6. M. First Class, .Honor Graduate of Dr. Edward Fisher, Musical Director of the Toronto Conservatory of Music. TEACHER OF PIANO AND THEORY SPECIALTY in all grades prepared for the Toronto Con- servatory examinations, will receive a thorough and artistic edu- cation, preparing them fully for the teaching profession, for the concert, I church and platform work, as well I as for the drawing room and the ,so- j cial circle.- I Personal consultation in Studio, at j the residence of Mrs. Wm. Hutton 814 Courtland St., Lethbridge, Alta. W. M. DODD, ARCHITECT Calgary, Lethbridge Specialist in Sanita tion Heating and Ventilation. Ernest E. Carver M.8.A.A., M.R.A., A.A.l.C Etc Manager Cetbbridge Office Bryan Block LOW ROUND TRIP RATIS 'to St. Paul, and Minneapolis, Minn.; Milwaukee, Wid.; Chicago, HI.; Coun- cil Bluffs, Des Moines, Marshall- town, Cedar Rapids, -Waterloo; Sioux City, Fort Dodge, Dubuque and Wa- terloo, la.; Omaha, Neb.; Kanws City, St. Joseph and St. Louis. Mo. Tickets or. sais daily DEC. I to 31, INCLUSIVE good to return within three months. Apply to nearest C. P. Ry. Agent for information. W. C. AdvocnU, Barrittcr, Ett. Office: Southard Block. ADDISO.N SON Funeral 321 Crabb St. LETHBRIDG2, ALTA. Office and Phone I0i F- 3. ROLFSOM Room Whitnoy A, MACOOMALO ARCHITECT Macdonald Block, Rodpath Strett Lethbridgt, CANADIAN PACIFIC (it) A. F. t A; n., a R. A, _ reeeting nighi. thjrd Thurrfaj of each month in tha Masonic Hall, p. o. Block, at'a p.m Viaittaf brethren will .Iwaji receirt a hearty welcome. A.C.MESSEB; W' M- Secretary, P. O. Box fitt ANNUAL EASTERN CANADA EXCURSIONS I Western Chartered Corporation Ltd. Capital financial Agents. Fiscal Agents Brokers. for Royal CoNferks Ltd Ai! Standard Stocks Handled HEAD OFFICE-VICTORIA, B. C. Low Round Trip to ONTARIO, QUEBEC AND MARITIME PROVINCES Tickets on sale Dec. 1 to Dec. 31, in elusive, good to return within three months. Tickets issued in connection Atlantic! Steamship Business will be on sale from Nov. 21, and limited to five months from date of issue, Equipment. Standard First- class Sleeping and Tourist mn Through Traim 2 Express Trains Meeta 1st 3rd in K. of F HM1 at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren are cordially invited. S G. DAVIES, W.P 24-ly T J. WHITE, W. S THE "TORoriVO Leaves Winnipeg daily at 2SU10, mak- ing conncct'ons at Toronto for all points east and west thereof. Apply to C.P.R. Agent ior fall information. L. M Barristtr and Office adioininf TJoioo LETHBRIOOE L C. R. 0. MeeU OQ the aecgod Toeadaj o2 rnoota ai 8.16 p.ai. E. A. 8HARHAN, Jxxlge Pride of No. 293 Meet ia tU Caigbta of Halt firtt third at trkbrtc come. Walter Apjiteby, Frpd T. JtotiM, W. BUT ;