Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 10, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta
LETHBRiDGE, ALBFRTA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1906. PAGE THREE f.tilN US LI. THEATIE CAMPBELL; CULLY CO. The Three Twimt Oh, iny, what a Laugh Photograph Gallery ILLUSTRATED SONGS 3000 Feet Lateet Motion Pictures Oirk arc Fit to FUM', tayi Captain London, Dec. Baker, the commanding officer of the First- Aid M'ounted Nurses Yeomanry, an- nounces that he has now a squadron of his corps prepared and ready for active at any moment. "The girls-are quite fit to take the said Captain Baker to a representa- tive of the press, "antl they would a valuable unit for the first-aid work in which they have been train-' ed. 1 have started an active service list, and quite half the corps has joined. This means that, should wai break out, and the War Office decide to avail itself of the girl's nursing Frank Statement His Views On Patronage The Railway Situation iKdmonion Bulletin.) Tin- ruilvH} problem we 'nave al- ways with us, p'lrtioubHy in the season when the- gruin.trade ami the coal trade join in taxing the facilities of the transportation systems. At, (present that problem looms even lar- in the pubilc thought than usual at this time of year. Reports from the south of a luck of cars to Siaul out the grain, followed by the Pre- mier's announcement that the pro- i vince would start machineiy going to railway construction have fo- 1 cussed public attention on the i-ub'- ject and an: producing :i variety oi j detailed proposals. fol low- Of MOVING .PICTURES ADVANCED VAUOEVILLL THE THATEN DUO In their great Comedy Sketch-UNDER THE TRUTHFUL TREE 1. The Shipowner's Daughter 2. Little Jules Verne 3. The Masher Illustrated Bear, Old Colorado Prices I5c and 25c CMUMW Perfonuice Startitf it 7.30 does not advance. When these men ross the Atlantic and the Pacific. Ottawa, Dec. 8.--The follow- ____ j declare that the conditions are such (railway to share effectively in the kng frank and common sonse state-i Thanks to our westerly situation j.that the country cannot advance and. business of moving our products must brigade, Uiose who are on the of his attitudt, on the patron- the last but the last but one of th list are prepared to go anywhere inUge qutUion was made to your cor- p-ovim-Is lo benefit by the natural the world .at-twenty-four hours' no- [respohtout today by Hon. George p. trend of railway construction. The work under service Graham, minister of .older portion of Canada being the 'canals: i eastern portion, and the market for "There is considerable hypocrisy'Caiwdui, lying across the and indulgence in certain papers in' Atlantic, it was natural and 'sarv that rnilwav construction on a! supply their transp. nation needs. tice, and (jons. MACLEOD IS 'ON THE MOVE MUST Port Arthur, Ont., Dec. of the boats now in be un- able to get out before the expiration of the insurance season at midnight, and therefore niusir proceed down the lakes at their own risk or much-high- er rate of insurance. SON'S WEDDING .GAVE Bu Ypuir SUIT Will hsUll Ai Up-to-date Sewerage Systen that they they have bc'gun a case is made which demands attention without further argument. .Such the condition which num- bers of tiit-m "nave declared to exist through the failure of the roads to discussing the patronage said the Minister of Railways. "So long as the governments are compos- ed of human beings and so long as party system prevails, there will ex- ist between the members of any gov- ernment and their friends a 1'orm of sympathy that' cannot possibly exist between those and their op- ponents -and all things being equal, there will be disposition to give t T [carls a preference. "To pretend anything different is laigv scale should proceed moVtly from east to west, and as a conse- thai we in Alberta should bc- tiie last province except British Co- lunibin to receive the benefit from it. Hence it is that Alberta has railway mileage than the much i older province of Manitoba and less than the neighboring province of katchewa'i. continue the work to the seaboard or to the relief comes, lead of the lakes, whence a water- vay leads to the sea, A road which >perated in the province itself could and expect lo become nothing more than a "feeder" for tin: truriK there is no money in feed- ing railways that belong to somebody else. unless the roads in tho p-ovinci; can be made profitable thev become a drag rather than a help problem iiere- falls into> two For Ybiir Holiday Chicago Father .Out a Circular Telling Friendi to Take No No- tice of the Affair Chicago, Dec, Stearns, twenty-five yearn' old, a graduate oi athletic, handsome and pos- sessing all that a'j'oung nian. needs of this world's goods Irene Corbett, an attractive stenographer, employed iu one of his business cou- c-siua by Mr. Stearnc' father, are tho hero and heroine of a romantic inar- i riage. v.G. Stearns, the father, is Presi- induce, developmeiit. of new..: settlers be. checked but the people who have ..already come will be prevented ..from reaping the. rewsrd to which their prise, and. the- capabilities of their country entitles them. The situation involves an obliga- tion on the governments, Federal and Provincial, to work for its relief. The people who have gone; into the sou-i them country, who have put their money into it, who have undertaken to make a country out of a wilder- ne.ss.and who irt a- lafge measure have, succeeded in doing so, find them selves thwarted by the chief factor! on which they counted-for assist-j aiice. When they settled in those j districts thev did so largely because j be which built guar- Fergus, Scotlund. Ont is more Scotch thau Evcrv Scotchman and non Scotchman living there curls. This year they are having their an- honspiel. Curling began there when maple, servcii as curlinp stones and rink ice on the river or "Washing Green" as they termed it. Today Fergus hoaats of the best curlers in you don't believe that call around and talk it over with W. J.'Nnlsou. or Fred Gow. They were iforn and brought up in Fergus and curled he- fore thev could talk or walk. m OF CANADA Cnpilil. Kcst sad Proirts Exceed A. Spencer Cardston AUa. If You Require Printing The Herald Is After CI Your Biz I Bttsiness Cards Letter Heads Letter Circulars Envelopes Programs Statements Receipt Forms Injactj Printing of any kind they served by railways, orj wore supposed to be served by them, i The- existence of the railway an j argument, which v.'eighed upon the.! newcomers, an.I which, no doubt, in-' j duced nnny of them to settle in thoj agricultural and grazing lands of To- of going elsewhere. Ro- ton county and thence to Great Falls lying on accommodation as a terminal. It is reported auth- to exist, they have by up in your you are sell-- ing tl.e reason's crop, or g.ttir.g the returns from your Dairying. Deport as tnucli often as you can in the Union Bank of Canada, and make your money earn interest. Then .if }TOU need it later on, you can draw what you without delay or inconvenience. I merest paid 4 times a year at highest current rate. or upward opens an account. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH: J. R. Anderson, Manager. oritatively that contracts are already let for con.ftructing the'line from Cal gary to Macleod to Cardston and, thence to the Canadian line. This worst would leave tho road without a tcr- ihe thousand, put their nil into de- velopment of the country, hiive drt- their i minal. Tho road extendctl would pass through Browning. Dupuycr, 13ynuni, Chotc.ixi and Su'n JRiver, almost on a! straight line. The new lands IKMIIJT opened on the Blackfect reservation. the Alkali project, the Burton bench and the Sun River project would be tributary territory. It is understood that the vttrrespondcnce relative to the proposed Hnc is still going on. and something motv definite may he reported Inter. j A GOVERNMENT JOB. Qurboc. Dec. j le local member of Quebec Centre! there- stakes there for better or juul stnnd to win or lose the country advances or Established 1855 HEAD OFFICE KONTREAL Let us show how it's done thonarory of the Superior Court for the District of Quebec. i SINGING. I Miss Ursula Archer, pupil of thcj celebrated teacher, William Shakc- jspcarc, will receive pupils in singing and voice production. Also engage- ments for Ballad Concerts, At Homes, etc. For further information address 1 the Lethbridge Conservatory of Music. 67 Branches in Canada Agents and correspondents in all principal cities ana towns in the United States. SAYINGS BAM DEPARTMENT itarts au account. Interest allowed from date of depo- sit at highest current rate. A general banking business transacted L D. JtksM, Imtftr The Hiberta Railway and Irrigation Company Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THE MARKET lots North of tte Eiilnal ui Wet of Westiiiister U. FROM EACH Also a few Acre Lots East of Westminster Road, each TERMS EASY One-third cash, one-third 6 months, balance 12 months. Interest 6 per cent, per annum Item Mtoif Mptfe Ci, IrtlWje, ft.