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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 5, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta Ujpnrn, SATURDAY, DCCiMMR OUft POINT VIIW (fed haud ia btfcty Jht Dttilr BmM H b HOI How inauy candidate for the couu- cil have you promised to support? Mora than are to be elected? CH- fetfwni arty. by di 2JI IJt kotb aod oid Mi Dowu tlioy ui' winter months With wood saviua; COB That's cue sort" of a compe- tition we cinuot have in Southern Alberta. rioiun MM WAS NOT mi TO -A PUBLIC LIBRARY An institution that LethbridfO bad- AJ u, pUwiiC its is keenly felt by many citizens, specially newcomers who have enjoy- ed access to such a helpful institu- tion in other places. AH of us cannot: afford to place in our libraries every valuable piece of literature.. .We buy a few- works but they only enable us to de- velop a thirst for more, a thirst pockets cannot appease. The only way out the difficulty ic a circulating library. To it we would- all contribute' through a fa speech ut thc New York Chamber ot Commerce banquet Hon. Siftou pointed: out that at Con- federation there were itf what is BOW the Dominion of Canada milas of railway or about one mile for every of the population. To- day there aro miles, or about one mile for each 2% of the popula-1 tlou. In the United the rail-1 way mileage- is, according to the last available returns, miles, or about uiiile for each 382 of the ol MU-ry Every- Day Wtth Thit Have No To Arhe. omul uy condition it ougfat to atrouj 'to the banlwws of life. It is to no Bat tlley M it. If .more work Woa tlK-iu sUnd it is not vi'bi tHit Uwy got-put ot orwsr. U 'i'wj-mMiij from the Icidievs should atioude'l.to im- to to avyid of '.terrible (r mt Kidnoy PilU wiU you in same way eurod tboiuuwls of O.AVarreii, Radfc SACK. population, Side tnxtblod with very 4- in' back T for vciara. I tried every- Uiihk of I bat they did me A friwid toW ma about Own's Kidney -Pills 'and after j t.ikiujf two b.ixt-i, I hive not bwu troubled ruL iiuiug with uiiuk collar. Prke A for auyoue waut- ing a choice garment. Co. ltd. iflHtttt btrahip foe and a city grant. The provincial government is willing: to assist. too with dollar for dollar of the amount the" city .expends. It is "WROTH SXLVEK" (From the London Standard) Soon after daybreak yesterday ar- a curious stone trough which by Tho T, Limiwsd, j '.ToroEto, Ont. N Whea orderiug specify DoaaV tnwa, where they will spen'i Christinas holidays, crowns a smaH hillock just off' the We that the great Jjonden to Holy head Road, mid way between meeting place ior the Gunpowder Conspira- Coventry, a crowd, repre- of several.; Midland shires, assembled to participate in that not necessary at the start to spend quamt. and prctujesiiuc- ceremony for erection of a hbrawl? -'_ l r money for the erection of a librarj1 building. That can follow .la'ter. Rooms could be procured in a-co.hven ient location and a libnuy establish- ed. For a nominal fee citizens could become members and enjoy the priv- ilege of reading all the best efforts of the world's writers. The "development of community is very important but. ifc strikes ug that little is being done along this lirte in this city. as the collection 61. xvroth sil- ver. It is a custom which had its origin anterior to the Norman, inva- sion, and' through ten centurjes it has been religiously observed, by the people of Warwickshire. 'IWroth s.il- is _a sort of old tax for the re- pair of the high wayst: and the Duko of Buccleuch, as lord of the manor, has power to levy the same npon twenty-seven parishes, the .individual of this district will give a rdinner on day. A new hotel trailed the .Waldorf; has jut4 beai up. Mr. Fred Kan- ou'se. is tlifr proprietor ami Mr.: Artliur Harvtood flxe manager. We bespeak for these, enterprising gentlemen, a fair share of public pah'onage. one or two literary societies but the membership of these is limited. "What is most needed is an institution that will be open to every citizen. amounts varying from two shillings feNewSttdOfUdies mi Misses SUes At F. German 1 he South Alberta I umber Co. ltd fM vtf M MT Prkts ai Uv. Mr COM W LMK fccr U air jrari k The South Alberta lumber Coiltl Corner Ford JutSwtkoftteflliswill Lethbridgc New Dayton ftp of JIWi 10 iu Fruit in B.C. to trade or sell farms to sell ou crop payment pUu Let-h Property PROFESSIONAL CARDS DR. W. i. QALBIUITH Office 914 Redpath St. PtoM U HOURS; Before 9 am., 2-3; p.m. OR, J. E. LOVEJIIMQl T. Graduate o( MtOill Univotiity, Mont- y teal. Office m Odd iBlo-ck, aud Dujferin Sta Office Hours: .Week days, till 9am. 11 to 1 p.m.; 3 to 5; 7 to 8. ,11 1.30 to 2.39; S; to Day and Nijht-No. MO. The SKoemaft J Between Sage's and E oy pouucl. Let some of our citizens, who have the welfare of tho city at heart take the matter up immediately. In. the old' days the of defaulting- were existed to pay 20s. for every RAYMOND Buyuiond, Dec. public meet- ing will bo held: Det. 5. in the school all the.rate- payers' are requested to: he present and lu-ar the municipal-qustions dLs- cusseu by the Mayor and Councils The work by the Council for this vear will be shown to the IP, or and held at OIie or a -white bull with red ears this at her daughter, Mrs a red nose." As proved by yes- rw ate i s tcrday's proceedings tbe ancient cus- jtom has lost none of its interest for I the population of the country-side. OLD AGE PENSIONS The Chancellor of the Brittsfa. Ex- chequer says that the total number of claims received by the oldrage pen- BUSY RAILWAY STATION'S (From the British Australian.) A claim has been, made tliat the will ba h'eld at the Church of Latter Day Saints. The'remains will be in- terred in Temple 'Hill Cemetery. Monday, Dec. 7th, will be nomina- tifjn day for the purpose of nominat- ing" candidates for Mayor also three vacancies on the Council Board and sion officers up to the 10th iust. am- suburban traffic at the Flanders St.'j tiustees for the school board. The ounted to 468vl64, of which exceeds that of auy .other sta hours set for nominations are from came from England, 131.610 in the world, for the reason that hen to twelve a.m. The election of Ireland 49.077 from from. 'Vales. Scotland' and while there are many larger cities t candidates will be held one Aveek than, Melbourne the eailway traffic in pater, being on Monday, Dec. 14- ilr. Asquith's estimate is his bud- get was for half a million, pensions! thcm distributed over various sta-j The Sugar Co. has completed their jtions in. the hands of different com-! nul the season and have turned in the first year. The Vajentme of the Bail-; pounds of-sugar, up to now nearly reach that figure, wav Deportment has. collected some Mr. Alma.Carter was arrested Wed- but it is possible that a consider able jstatistics the normal traffic at j nesday when he was about to leave number of claims will be rejected stations, Flanders Lethbmlge, where he was to be scrutiny. The relatively large number of ap- plications from Ireland, is street heads the list with married. He appeared before Inspec- passengers a day, and the Liverpool! tor street station (London) of the Great Eflitern Railway Company comes due to the fact that there are more persona of sixty-five years of age with passengers a day. i upwards iu Ireland than in England I however, is at and Scotland. In the report of thejiance that eiven the general j census for 1903 the proportion of the Grcat Eastern Corn-: thousand of the total population rcccntly, who puts the number j given as follows with respvct to per-jof Passengers at Liverpool, street jkmds sons of sixty-five years and upwards: I da'ly at aljout iSO.OOO. England and Wales, males 42, fe-j P.NCHFR males 51; Scotland, males 41, fe-i PIWCHER CREEK males 56; Ireland, males Gl, females; 63. The high proportion of old people' >r enumerated in Ireland is, savs the re- i i i 'lass port, mainly accounted for by emi-J gration. Wednesday afternoon anc case was adjourned for one woel enable the accused k> secure lega THE ALBERTAN Second-hand store, dealers in. al second hand goods; tho high est price paid for all kinds of ol clothes. TV rite to A-lbertan Second hand Store, Box 630 Post Office Lethbridge. 200- a daughter. business at Mac-! Claresholm and River, i F. W. Godsal, of Cowley, left this- 1 A CREDITABLE RECORD "M T bo back in the spring. i It can be said of Mayor Henderson] Mrs. Thomas Tweedy WDKY THl as administrator of the city's affairs! Mrs. Tweedy has gone to the] this year that he was a pleasant sur-; Old Country where .she will spend j pnse. I the winter. j The Herald kas always favored a I Miss Wyndham. of left j progressive civic policy and it must phi.- week for England. i confess now that a year ago it did! T. H .Hinton leaves on Saturday! not feel that William Henderson was I for a trip to England. just the man to inaugurate and curry! Park Southworth and family i through such a policy. He had not i have returned "to town after spending' been long in office when we altered j a few months in the East. i our opinion. While wo have not fa- j Lome Dobble and Miss Pt-arij vored every action of the Mayor we Dobbie nn Euesday night for can eay this that he has worked faith fully and diligently to make Leth- j bridge an up-to-date city. I Lethbridge today as far as civic i improvements are concerned is til- most a hundred per cent, ahead of tho Lethbridge of a year ago. Work was undertaken anrt put through this! year that should !aave hot-it started 1 at least years ago. Mayor Henderson ia not He has his faults, but his record ns Mayor during thc past year is- ex- tremely creditable. GOOD SETTLERS Southern Alberta is a favorc-ii intui Jn. more resprcts Than good crops and a line climate. It is the home of about the finest cb.ss of settlers to be four.d in all of Western Canada. Thc men and upon tho land arc in nearly every in- stance people of some financial back-; ing. They haven't to borrow money to put in the crop. They are intelligent, too. They, are in touch with anvnricerl ideas of fanning. They are mostly English speaking. who are not belong to the superior races of Europe and make gcod, re- spectable citizens. As long ns eoimtrv attrdrts !c its lands this type we- can count upon a prosperous future. A E' G A E' S S Slaughter Sale Includes all departments in The Book Store Christmas is so near that you will do to make your selections [NOW, and have them stored. We have Santa Glaus, the salesladies, and the right goods at the right prices. You do the rest. 4> Lump Salt for Cattle -v See our.collection of I )CMAS NOVELTIES A big consignment of iin- fported goods just .opened. Chow Sam Co, McCruire's Stand SHORT ORDEKS AT ALL HOURS WAREHOUSE WITH NO PLASTER I RE WARD Griven to the person or persons who can 'prove that the Hnb Cafe has at any "period of his life in Leth- bridge employed any bnt white or nnion cKefs. HUB CAFE Hecjuires no expensive labor YOU Can Piit It On Write For Free Sample and instructions forapplying, sending -name of dealer to SOi_El 50 HEAD OF and Geldings Ti be Sen it Gty RODGERS4YOUNG Sale SUbks Wwd St. OR. O. J. COURTICt of Chicafo. Ill Office to 1 to I and 2, M ftcdooald DR. J. B. ELLIS Wiatera Kesenre Univor Cleveland Ohio. OFFICE-WHITNEY BLOCK Phone 307 Hours: 9-12; 1-6 MAN: For sale locally by all lumber de'alers CANADIAN PACIFIC Western Excursions MADAM MORGAN vfOrchMtrai pianrlr) Teacher of pianoforte, argan and roice, production. Visits or 'receives- pupila, prepara- or advanced. Coaching for V Plus for the .Round Trip From all stations .in Port Arthur and west, _! Manitoba, Sas- katchewan ami Alberta to MR. ERNEST F. LAYTON, Tupil of Loudon, and of -Frank Toronto, ia open for ;t limited number of Pupils. Also for Concerts, At-'Homer Banquets, etc. Terms on application. Phone 212. nCTOHU and MR, ALBERT ELY Pupil of .Dr. Brlgg8, M. A., Song Singing and; Voice Culture. ;Pupil of Chas.; Esq., F.R. C.O., L.R.A.M., Organ- and Theory. Voice, Culture, Pip, Organ, Harmony and Thtory, Singing Open for Concerts, Banqueta, Re- citals ,x. Etc. Terras on Box 890 Alta. Also to OKANAGAN VALLEY and KOOTENAY POINTS Tickets on sale, December 1, 2t 3, 17, 19, 1903. January 4, 21, 23 and 24, 1909, good to return ithin tliree See "The .a powerful pic- ture of Western Life at the Eureka. MISS EMILIE -CARROLL WASTE Jj-raduate of KNOX' CONSERVATORY OE MIFSIC Galesbiiiffj, Illinois Terms on application. Studio at residence of Kobeiton, 607 Crabb St Phone !S5 JOHN BARTHOLOMEW 'Lethbridge PIANOFOHTE TUNING, ETC. Organs and Pianoforte.s repaired., polished, etc. Good work guaranteed WRITE HERALD OFFICE. Miss Margaret Macpherson A. T, C. M. Fraser 4 Any quantity. Prices right. Highest cash prices paid for HIDES AND FURS Nri Street, nnr tie Mills P.O. IU EH PUKE 2SI The Oxford Cafe SERVES GOOD MEALS. Has been Remodelled Fresh Oysters, Cigars, Fruit and j First Class, Honor Graduate of Dr Confectionery Edward Fisher, Musical: Director o JOE FONG Toronto Conservatory of Music i TEACHER OF PIANO AND THEORY SPECIALTY in al grades prepared for the Toronto Con j servatory examinations, will rcceiv ja thorough and artistic musical edu j cation, preparing them fully for'the teaching profession, for the concert church and platform work, as we! as for the drawing room and the so j cial Personal consultation iu Studio, a tho residence of Mrs. Wm. Hutton 814 Cotirtland St., Lethbridge, Alta. WHEN YOU WANT Good Meals AND Clean Rooms In Grassy Lake go to MAH TOY YAH RESTAURANT x Grassy Laks TO THE PUBLIC T Wo have bought out the -_ rp c R HI mm oulfii. ctiul afe preparcu to execute all orders for OR. C. C. CRAGG Physician and Surgeon- Phone OfSce 125. House 01. Office to 11 a.m., t i p.m., 7 to 8 p m promptly