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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 11, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, FRIDAY. DECEMBER 11, 1908. storrord-AfliHw Co. Skin Diseases. 11 OUK B MADE THE SPEAKER! A diseased A UlSCiWCVi ii. ijCC-Al leave it, THE CALOARV HthAL vidual. Many tin' fiKuriiw Wt- lature Yesterday. and sores it is duo eiuirely to ;m condition of the blood. luallswdi in, MI ;ii'd tin sv.-ttfsn. the Ollt WE SELL THE FAMOUS AUTOMOBILE SKATE THE FASTEST, STRONGEST AND LIGHTEST HOCKEY SKATES USED IN CANADA Regina. Sask., Dec. p. m. j Excellency i not Forget, with an escort of Aluuiit- ed Police arrived at the Legislative Buildings with the usual blast of the j trumpet. His Excellence's arrival' t i %1'llU 'A U-l-i I was announced by an aide de camp, i out and the customary salute was given j wag tjie wurst, on my fact: and upon His Excellency's entry to the j dry, scaly top ITCHING RASH CURED. r.. i of 1 j Legislative room. j then called upon The Assembly Was to elect a speaker and 1 w -u warm it would beevmo very the doctor's medicine but it dui tru-d It! MO AUTO MODEL C AUTO MODEL B CYCLE MODEL 25 CYCLE MODEL 5 CYCLE MODEL 10 CYCLE MODEL 20 Per Pair 3.50 2.50 2.50 1.50 1.50 i sjooa, so I then buttb i and His Excellency retired. Premier I Blood Bitters U-foro it was all I Scott then arose and r.ouiiiint.vl the tosh waseittmjly i C. Stitherhtnd. Saskatoon, ns __ j er. the same being unanimously X writes: t ji'vn troubled witli S'isvs SORES ON FACE. and Iwd logo eoid.I do ii ried. His Excellency then re entered and read tho following: address from the: throne. i "Mr. Speaker, and Gentlemen ofj the Legislative Assembly: I mu pleas- j ed to welcome you to the first ses-1 sion'of the second Legislative Assem- Uken all tho Iwtile my CTor sale by all and dealers. to the doctor a'oout it, nothing to help me. "I thought about, Burdock Mood aUd 1 SPRING SKATES FROM 75c to PRACTICE HOCKEY STICKS ZENITH SPECIAL REGULATION PUCKS WRITS US." bly of Saskatchewan. j The foundations of important insti- tutions of our province were well be- gun by the first Legislature. You have inspiring opportunity for inval- uable work in building upon those j foundations., Harmonious sentiments prevail in a highly gratifying degree i i amongst our people. Nothing now [exists to distract your attention from j earnest effort towards promoting the I j common well being of all. The larg- j er representation granted by the act! the provisions which you have been I elected cannot fail to bring general benefit 'to be derived from closer as-j sociation of the people with their rep j resentatives. This needful increase of! I my. consistent: with the tvquirniienis !of the province. i I now invite your best attention to business of the session and in- Ivoke the Divine blt-ssing on your de- Uear M' nave a N'lu woe about tli-- ;ibseiu-e il linncivd win--1 i as to the that decer.' folk can't expect the lintels of Lei: nig mat may do them, able that no livin upon such faces i he mockery in the out Judge or -Jury. i While the Calgary and ioiuily boasts t; ture or admixture Railway enterprise, evidence iu this be all well and good f.-r "Woo. beads but it won't do the i who read yesterday's issue atu Senator jWeber and -Mr. Sin singled out for special and so abuse when neither of these men were approached by the aries. It is pretty good wind blows tention to be directed towards th fast growing volume of work falling the "way the bridge is very busy with her own ai fairs at the present time and J.i'th j bridge realizes just as keenly as ever i the Calgary Herald and all Us sionuries ever can that the great ail crying need of Southern Alberta i railways but Lethbridge is-not" stepping to the whims of individuals, parallel to hold Lethbridge and her the United! public men up for ridicule and abuse States and the traits and tempera-i the Calgary Herald is forgetting to make up the matters of the law." SOUND PRAISES OF OUR COUNTRY! Now YcrU. Dec. tinies of Canada and ment that Stafford-Agnew al characteristics of the citizens ot of the two countries were, glor- led in song and story at the twelfth j annual dinner of the Canadian Socie- tv of New York at Uelinoiiico's to- .o our Province this year generally whm. thfj Br-tish King and the president of the United States were upon iny government, .--We may rejoice together that a bountiful Providence has vouchsafed satisfactory yields and; ranges from both fields yet far from ad-! turn toasted. The four hundred i and shake the dust from their feet in equate to cope with our output, ex- mcmbcrs OI- the socioty seated at the! hot haste for the West. FIFTY WORDS FOR TWENTY-FIVE -HARD TIMES AT GLACE BAY. Glace Bay, N.S., Dec. thej clergymen of the town met with the Town Council tonight to discuss the best means of leaving the distress i which exists among a large number j of families owing to the scarcity Company Plans Operation jtiiat didn't know a thing about the Tele- post concern. and i centage of indePendent telephone companies, he wards making the year's operations said it did not take a merger to run a line between Toronto and Montreal. "I am -delighted to hear, though, these days of tight money _ __ _____ _____ __ When the isting railway facilities during this gay ,vkh milliaturo "me comes for action the Lethbridge owing to increased equipment of tho were particularly re-1 Board of Trade need take no offence favorable weather, proved- cap- i sponsivft to thc sonthnents expressed or pay any attention to'the insinua- jable 01 handling a DaUch larger per-! by Robt Cooper Smilh of lions of the Palgary Herald. The John Ford, secretary of tho American! kicked by the mule didn't get Asiatic Society. Jacob Hoges and Jul! Mind, he just considered the source. ius M. Mayer. ...Mr. Smith was introduced as "The; Choate of Canada." Alter I Just because people don't "fall down and worship them" these ed missionaries throw their noses up in the air as though they smelled some- thing bad on the earth (when in real- ity that bad smell proceeded from that aperature just below the nose) the offered traffic than ever before, which factor, coupled As to any merger of with gratifying prices, contributed to- work in the coal mining district. This winter is said to be the worst ever experienced in the history of the town. MR. NORQUAY APPOINTED. Edmonton, Dee. Alex. Nor- n ransmission Claimed. Speed Toronto. Dec. capital to the extent of a million and a half dollars has been, it is reported, de- quay, who has for several years oc- i posited with the Bank of Bamilton at cupied the position of senior assist- i Hamilton as the sinews of war of a ant- Dominion lands agent at Edmon-inew independent automatic telephone ton, has been transferred to the land i office at Humboldt, where he takes j the position ot Dominion land agent, Picture W. W. liandford PHOTOGRAPHER company that will flash, by means of the "telepost." 50 words for 25 cents between Montreal and Toronto. It is "expected that within two weeks const-ruction win coimnenc- I ed. It is said the syndicate operat- ing the new device includes a member of the firm of Marshall. Field Co.. of Chicago. Eugene 3f. Beals, of YorK, who hoids the rights of the "Tolepost" in Canada, is also asso- j ciated with the project. The system is now said to be in practical opera- tion between Portland and Boston and New York. The "Telepost." embodies a rapid mechanical system of telegraphy that sends messages over a wire at a very fast rate, automatically record- ing them at the receiving end. As- sociated with Mr. Beals are C. H. Sillman, and F. II. Sillman, of New York. Mr. Beals has left for Mon- treal in connc-ction with the enter- prise, and expects later to visit Ot- tawa in the same connection. It is said that charges can be low- ered by of this device tc a rate that will begin to compete with the post office service for sending mes j sages. There are in the Dominion about 350 independent telephone com I panies, with separate charters, i whether merger of these gentlemen have brought a mil- lion and a half into he said with a smile. This company claims that j highly remunerative to our people. Yours, Lethbridge first. CANAI- send a telegram of twenty-five words, transmitted by wire and delivered bv j I the calendar mail; or a of .100 a telegram prepared in the office of the sender on a leased perforating dy, rapid growth of population and development -of the resources of the province seems assured. Large numbers of first class iimni- continue to come. The Faff Brother York Gets After s the New machine, and delivered in Morse char acters at the receiving end without homestead entries ma'de within year will exceed the ro- of any former year, pronounced incentalive and exposure of the actual and potential I wealth of Canada might arouse the stupidity of unscrupulous neighbors, Prof. Smith outlined a few of works of development and exploita- ation no'.v under way beyond the my? forty-Jiftli degree of latitude, he sum would make good the i (1a.v the president's letter to Mr. j prophesy that the twentieth century j Foulk, regarding the payment for the en-i belonged to Canada. The rapid ex-! Fanama canal. Said: value jjt it was the "fa' printed carried the of the Republican can presidency and a -broth president. Tho enough. It was and Wm. H. Taft tR_ influence as- h'igh ed States near relatives in the lootii' treasury at Washington. "1 is trying to''1 dodge the issue1 to be relieved of the- res of trying drag the nan Washington, D. C.. Dec. tor General Hoyte in commenting to- Robinson to order i tncl Mr. Taft ioto iftss of scandal couragement is afforded our people; pansion in British Columbia, the by the announcement of plans to pro-1 ening of tin- method of payment ot the money for j the Panama Canal to the French peo- j !l: pie. The President's statements are true. The monev furn ished to the president the facts concerning the t Obalt district, the deep- transcription by the '-Telepost" Com- possioie opening ofj ening of the. St. Lawrence waterways 25 cents. Bay route by the Do-; and the Georgian Buy and other Messages are sent by means of Govcrnment hl accordance j nal projects would roll up the map, perforated tape drawn at any desir-1 made repeatedly of Canada two hundred iriiies further! ed speed through the perforating ma-! eaniestly by my J north, he said. There were greater! chines under u pair of steel Ol1 the other hancl thc rapidity Iiow.n-er, than national pro- operated by a magnet controlled bv a i 9ettlement is found to create addi-1 gress, the speaker asserted. As; Morse key. When the Prohlenis wnich come up for i wealth and power in the hands of the! tape has been perforated, thei Ution' ArSuments the Way of [people of the Tnited States, had been perforated tape sends the of branch railways become lincl -so in the hands of pulse "over the wire reproduced at i and more A measure people of Caiuula and power had the receiving end. still in Morse char- ii with this question will be also been merely to -icters, j submitted for your consideration. i higher ideals purer joys and deeper There will also be submitted to you j loyalty. With greater wealth would bills .relating to rural come greater responsibility with for protection of threshers operatives' nioix- pow.-rs and more forbearance. to incorporate the Veterinarians' no jealousy between A LINCOLN PALL-BEARER. Washington, D.C.. Dec. eral Henry G.. a former inembirr of Congress from Nevada, j sures. sociation, and various other rnea- i L'nited Scales and Canada he de- becaus.- the aims and ideals and oniy living pall-bearer at thej In common with all citizens of Ca-' of two countries were identical ,f Abraham Lincoln, was nada you were gratified, I am sure I "We have funeral striek..-n with confidence ia your nation- he said, "and we wish in'you more power as we wish ourselves apoplexy on the floor at the suecessi'id'carrying out of conscience. of the House shortly after dinner to-j historic celebrations at day. He was conveyed .to a cloak I July, marking the three hundredth, power. your power and birthday Of the earliest Canadian pro-1 our m.--an that a coinmor: force jvince. as well as with the gracious tnat makes for the enforcement j presence within the Dominion on principles, that contracts room in a critical condition. MILL BURNED. Truro. N.S., Doc. in the lumber and building nullof A Provinces of Man- oil tlie buihdmgs. mv ffovernffient .hese is planned I'''r-v much nearby. Thejjlarch Conjointly L-, in connection with the new system of John McKinnon, who was! has not been learned. 390y bv and Al- j invited in the joint executive Replying to the toast of "The Km- ire" John Ford, secretary of UK- luorican Asiatic Association in Jiarnhill-s employment, was also! Gmin the spirit of loyalty i i T I tne three provinces to consider tn-n ther u-ln'Hi t, Bunstan of the Bell Lj-- probably in- posals IQ J t phone Company said today that he d operation of a system of inter- Indians. ior grain elevators. Jacob to the toast LnavOiaaole causes prevented a can-J "The Amorirn." and Julius M jfercncc until the 26th of of Xew York i last, on which eu log- to mo- c- said was par- henrts of Can- ycu cion't limitation of If You Require Printing Is After Your Biz Business Cards Letter Heads Letter Circulars Envelopes PJ ograms Statements Receipt Forms In fact, Printing of any kind to this ve in." GREAT CROPS. on which date representatives of thc three governments conferred at'lanci Wfl i Regina with members of the Grain i Growers' joint executive. The consid eration of the question is being pur-1 sued by the governments of the provinces with the purpose of deter- Worth is mining a policy at the earliest mo- ment. .sentiment, "The This .Year's Estimate of Secretary Wilson. I'irt.sburp, billion provincial treasurer a satisfactory ar- worth c.f mat live thr. Let us show how it's Under authority conferred upon the rangement is in course of completion for the initial issue of bonds by the province, amounting to two million dollars of per- %s required by the Blowing steps have "e for obtainm- for V crops is (.sti- cn.tary of Agriculture j the yield of of th, this farms of Tfie flliBrtB Railway anil Is now offerh's the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THE MARKET is n fine total. But as an of what tlie fanner Lvts liis fact that, then- were IfctQO- in agriculture by probably sev- "Snnd more now, it in BREWINGS OMPANY. Ltd Royal Brokers. "pay n -inference that Jate All Standard Stocks Handkd Barrii! HEAD OFFICE-VICTORIA, B. C. lots Nortti of tiie FROM jte I Also a.few Acre Westminster Kca TERMS EASY Hfestliif Hfestfninster fl, EACH L6tS T7or I Eascp S300 ;i3inl cash, on' iis. bnlance li in theroontJi jythren nlwttvs wl ;