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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 2, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta TNI UlTHftHiDuC DAILY MtRALO. TMUM0AY, 2. Daily Herald 1907 j fubiished by the Lethbridgo Herald Printing Co.. Ltd.. every -veuiug ai --dice, lawful Kound St., Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN in Director and Editor SUN FIRE The oldest Insurance In the world FOULED 1710 ai-CKNTEIUlT 1010 HOME OFFICE LONDON. ENGLAND Branch. Sun Buildlatf, Toronto, H. M. BUekkur.. C. B. BOWMAN, AGENT, LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. Subscription Rates outs year, delivered Daily, six mouths, delivered Daily, three months, delivered Daily, one month, delivered conclusion that the men wanting; to take a chance on invest ins their mon- ey in the venture ought to have the chance and if they are successful they are entitled to the profits they can make under the agreement made with the city. Some may have some compunctions about supporting such a measure in the Lords will get iu the elections will be iu the inverse ratio to the support they gave tiie amendment to the budget. 2.00 1.00 .35 One of the most regrettable fea- tures of the British Columbia elec- tions was the defeat of the Opposi- tion leader in his home constituency. Daily, one year, by mail ......3.00 vicw OJ- lheil. 0ppOSit.ion to the street While he was away fulfilling his dut- six months, by mail railway franchise, also a.private cor- ies as leader of the party, his oppon- Oaily. three mouths, by mail .851 poratiou affair. The however, ents made a dead set on him. It is iddresses changed as' often as desir-j are not in tjie samc class. The street not to the credit of his farmer neigh- ed, but both uew aud old addresses j rajiway franchise would give a mon- bors that they went back on the uiust be given. j opoly on the street transportation in man -who has for years been such a WEEKLY j the city. But the promoters of the creditable representative. Published every Wednesday in eight j gas proposition are in a different po- _ o-ices aid contains a summary of i silion. H they get gas they will sell Six hundred aud nine entries at the ie new. of the week, local! it for fuel and light. There can be land office- during November means, 'no possible monopoly on these. The about twenty-five entries a day. That is in competition with its eke- figures out to be quite a land rush. We Charge per barrel forfirstqual- ity SPY Apples Other varieties In boxes, and oo S CARR'S ENGLISH t BISCUITS ARE THE FRESH FRUIT AND VEGETABLES Sweet Potatoes Lettuce Celery Parsnips Carrots, Etc. Etc. The Bentley Co. ltd. "S tnd fo-re-iga. year, iu advanc Six months, in Three months, in advance ......50 THE DAILY HERALD Li on sale at the following places: Cross Drug and Book -tore, J. G. Robertson Co., J. J. j i uic liglu plaat lhc coai COmPan" There were no big special dur- j it.s are competitors at the fuel end. ing the month either. Southern Al- If they undertook to hold the people berta has got the world going and he people could cut them oui as many as possible are coming our ind iietaii none tt inconvenience expense. But with the street car is different. The company METHODIST PREACHER ____ i STARTS A LAUNDRY Three railroads built over a thous-j Spokane, Wash., Nov. D. Johnston j wilj Jiave tile mon0poly. If they un-' and miles of railway lines west of McKnight, who came to the North- Co., R. W. Ham- to j10id tne people up there Lake Superior this past season, and west from. Kansas last spring, evi- is no competition and can be none to next year promises to be greater, j dently believes there is more money J. Mitchell. D. f.ncm to time. The public Railway companies know where there m washing soiled linen for other peo- would be put to a great deal of in- is business and their building opera- pie than there is in piloting them al- convemence and not a little expense, tions show 'the faith they have in j Ong the straight path. At any rate, Private corporation ownership of the country. The settlement .of the j.he the pastorate of First .public utilities is alright and quite country can stand even faster con-j Methodist Church at Whitefish, Mont. Craobrook, B. Atchison. j DarmiCSs as long as there is compe- struction of roads, for there are hun- j effective December 1, to go into the tition equally as strong. The evil -dreds of miles of thickly settled j laundry business. He has bought comes in where there is a monopoly, country with no means of transporta- Thc gas proposition is.a gamble with uon. adequate competition even if success- ful. The street raihvav franchise is a tltou. McCrea. Weatlake Bros Alberta Drug Book Co Fernie, B. -N. E. SudJaby. YOU CAN GET FLEISHMANN'S YEAST HERE Wdock Vineri: Family Grocers Redpath Street Sherlock Block AUSTRIAN DUKt DEAD Beyruth, Bavaria. Nov. Theodore of Bavaria died today from kidney trouble. The Duke never fig- ured prominently in military or polit- ical life but studied medicine and be- came ,a famous eye specialist. He maintained several private hospitals where the poor were, treated free and did much to introduce some sort of sanitation In the Komes of the moun- taineers. He was the head of the Ducal line of the Bavarian house. One of his sisters, the Empress' of Austria, was murdered in Geneva. Another sister married the Duke D'Alion and was burned to death in the Paris Charite fire. One of his daughters is wife of Crown Prince Albert of Belgium and another daugh- ter married Prince Rupprecht of Ba- variu, a grandson of the Prince Re- gent, and who probably will succeed to the throne on the death of Uic in- sane King Otto, vett in a truck garden somewhere in the eastern part of the Inland Em- pire, firm in the belief "that he will bo able to return to his native village, near Canton, in 1915, to live in ease. The pastor will not a state- ment until after he leaves the minis- WANT MARTIN TO RUN L. Reinecke. Grassy Tughaui. 3ow F. Werts. Hotel News Stand. Also on all C. J3. R. trains. 'The Lords voted." And that is Tom Quong's place and will convert it into a steam plant, for which there is need, since most of the work is sent out of town. Quong has clean- YVinnipeg, Dec. D. Martin, president of the Martin Bole Wynne Drug Co., is being urged to oppose iviayor Sanford Evans in the civic elections to be held next month. Mr. Martin is president of the Board of Trade and would be a strong candi- date. The fight wil ibe on the seg- THE PARKS BY-LAW sure thing anci means a monopoly tne oniy public interest hundreds of i ed up a tidy sum, which he will in- gregation question, without a possibility of competition jjera >jave shown since they became I until the term of the franchise ex- There is every reason to believe j that the parks by-law will pass with j a big majority. If there are any! votes against it at all it will be be- cause the voters have not possessed themselves of the facts of the case regarding the parks. There may be some who have not become familiar WHY GO TO CANADA? A "Why Go to Canada" campaign has been started in -Chicago with view to inducing settlers to go to Colorado, Montana, Wyoming and Lords. Scores had to be sworn before they could vote, never having I attended the House before. These are j the men "who pretend to say that j ?5 they have a right to overrule the j wishes of the great bulk of the peo- j a people as represented by the House j those asked come are not correct conclusions. In the first i back did they go to Can. place, there is not another place If they are told that it was within range of the street car sys- j thc tern that- is such an ideal site for a j park. The big park situated between j stav" the A. R. I. line and the old C.P. R." line contains two hundred and sev- But in addition to, ada .Q their eRorts t.Q keep the splendid size of the park, there is the inestimable advantage of hav- j ,f" ing a lake ou it. The lake is not a! Qf Qf contentcd pros. small slough, but when it is enclosed former Americans in Canada and reduced as the present plans al- low, it will be thirty-five hundred, feet long and about fifteen hundred r Lights i PKYSIOLOGICAL said Margie, who was la- isented, they will ask, "Why do they D0riously spelling words from a first nothing to fear if the campaigners tell the truth about Can- people There is nothing _ to fear if for the rec- I reader, "how can I tell which is a 'd' and which is a replied Effie, wisely, the ld! has its tummy on its back." VICTORY BAD ENOUGH In a corridor of one of the Univers- itv of Texas buildings there is a large will supply all the answer required to Q[ winged A (waggishly-inclined student observed the untruths. n American people, nld hardly plan to advertise Can- feet wide, and twenty or thirty feet j itVi couid hardlv have .hit deep. There is not such another park u I on site within easy access of a large j town or city any place else in the west. The balance of the area is very suitable for park purposes and can with very little expense be made into i the best of grounds for the agricul-! lv got a gOCMj jag of crcara so as to tural exhibition ami for athletic up well on the OUR POINT OF VIEW "God pity Defeat Are You Interested IN FRU3T LANDST? If YOU want a good home with a snug in- come, or, if you have money to invest, see us. We can deliver the goods sports. The park can be made into nnd water nc w; an ideal resting place and playground government fare, for thousands of the oeople. j" Another of the park is' that it is close to the citv and is THE LINE OF ARGUMENT said little Rollo, "what That fellow up at Coleman evident-- is the arctic "The arctic circle, my son, is an skim milk imaginary line bounding a large area Arrow Lake Orchards M. FREEMAN, General Agent, Lethbridge LETHBRIDGE HOTEL BLOCK get while living on Tlie switchmen's strike across the line ought- to increase the traffic on available for a very large proportion Canadian iines to the coast, of the city's population both present _____ and future who cannot afford to pay for street car fare or --carriages to take them there. Again, it is the intention of -city some, lime in the future; to stall a low pressure waterworks sys-; tern for the supplying of water for Big Bill Galliher's many old-timer friends in Lethbridge of uncorroborated evidence." TWO OF A KIND Thf: dean of a Western university was told by the students that the cook was turning out food not "fit to eat." I The dean summoned the delinquent. and Southern j Iectun.-d him on his shortcomings, j Alberta will heartily congratulate! and threatened him with dismissal on his elevation to the bench. unless conditions were bettered. Hats off to Judge Galliher. "Why, exclaimed the cook, "you oughtn't to place so much im- the him industries and for watering lawns: -7. A. Macdonald will make an ad- j portance on what the young men tell and boulevards. This lake is intend-' mirable Chief Justice for British i you about, my meals They come to ed to serve as a reservoir for this Columbia. He was too much of a me in just the same way about your to make a first class political system. -The city has an agreement wiMi the A. R. 1. Co. for a large supply of irrigation water for a good many years, which water can be used leader. THICKLY SETTLED While riding on an electric car, dur- vot'e i mS visit to the city, a farm- Did C. A. Magrath, M- P to keep a supply of water in the lake j the French Treatv, because; passed the yard of a monument and to provide for the low pressure; ,ho cut out the importation company, where gravestones and If there is-o[ fat under tne tariff, monuments were displayed. Turning pur-; or wnv I to his host, he remarked in an awe- stricken voice, "They dew bury 'em system when it is installed no I suificieni water for these poses coming to the city under the old agreement with the company, the city is assured of reasonable terms for a further supply. The company has used this lake as a reservoir atui will doubtless desire to do so still. This big park property is not. the only park included in the by-law pro- j posing to spend forty-six thousand j dollars. The voto includes a ten-aero j park playground in the North Ward. 7 This part of the city needs a public .1 playground, especially now that the 7 vacant lan-d is being built up so rap-I idly. The ITeraM wouW like to see the ratepayers of Lethbridge make a civic m-ord by voting unanimously for the parks by-law. It is worthy of such a vote. The land xvas secured cheap, more cheaply than it could be bought again. The city can afford it. The sites are most desirable in every re- spect. There is not a reason to vote against it. So everybody ought to vote for it. It is safe betting that the support close in the city, don't Imperial Bank of Canada HEAD Capital Authorized Capital Paid Up.............. Reserve Fund D. R, President. Hon. Robert Jaffniy, Vice-President, Accounts of Corporations, Municipalities. Merchants. Farmers and Private Individuals in-sited. SAVINGS attention is given to Barings Bank Accounts. Deposits of and upwards received and inter- est allowed'from date of deposit. LETHBRIDGE R. SEATLE, Manager. Begin Block, Kound St.. beside Bentley's Store. Autos Overhauled Now is the time to have your AUTOMO- BILES OVERHIULD and don't forget we can do it satisfactorily The Standard Garage Co. Phone 343. Wood St. Horses for Sale JUST ARRIVED twenty g head of young work horses, O 1250 to 1450 in p- broken. i Rodgers Sale Stables Wood Street, Lethbridge Best Lump on the market, per ton -Nut coal, delivered. Address postcard to New Barnes Mint, Roya! View. F. WADDINGTON Phone 25! City Agent. PROFESSIONAL CAID! MEDICAL DR. phjal- clan. Bryan Block, Room 21. Offlce hours 9-12; 2-6; 7-10. DR. W. S. Surgeon, 9 a.m.; 2-3; 7-8 p.m. Offioe 914 Bed- path St. Phone 5i. DOCTORS MEWBURN AND DEAHE Street. 9 a.m.; 2-3; 7-8. DR. A. McNALLY-Office Stafford Block. Residence, cor. Bompas and Crabb. JPhono: Office 277; residence DR. J. E. LOVERING-Physician burgeon, Accoucher. OddTellowa' Hloek. Hours: Till 9 a.m., 11 to 1. 3 to 5, 7 to S. Phone: Day 104- night. 342. D. A. TAYLOR, M.D., ist, .Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Stafford Block. Lethbridge, Alta' Office hours: 9.30-12 a.m.. 2-5 p.m.. 7-8 p.m. DR. GARNET T. IVES, DENTIST- Graduate Royal College of Dental Surgeons, Toronto. Stafford Araew ?r 6 3- 9-12. 1-5. Phone 463. MISS VERONICA O'CONNOR-Hair dressing, scalp treatment, manicure and facial massage. Acadia Block Redpath St. PRIVATE MATERNITY HOSPITAL- Walwork St., North Ward. Tele- No- 269' Rates-Childish: 51.50 per day. Medical cases- per day. Maternity cases 50 "to per day. Each patient' Is ex- pected to pay one week in advance and pay for own spirits and medi- cines. Miss Dainty. graduate' nurse, in charge. JOHNSTONE R ITCH IE-Barris- ters and solicitors. Office, adjoin- ing Union Bank, Lethbridge L'M Jehnstone; J. Norman Ritchie. McAR- Solicitors No- tary Publics and- Coramissionsers Block; Lethbridge, Alta! SIMMONS W. C. Simmons. Barristers. Solicitors and Notaries. to loan. w. C. Simmons; 8. J. Shep- herd. K Coal, Ice and PRAYING Western Transfer Co. LONG BROS.Proprietors Office opposite Balmoral