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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 12, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta U SATURDAY, DCCCMBCR It INI. Daily Herald tt> Priutiuf pes! to broad nuiided citizens. goodness there is a majority of broad rniiulod electors in this city. I'm UK of the city in the V hands of atrong, Jirni for GERMAN TRADE WITH CANADA Si A BUCHANAN. ion" Editor r Vsy mas' !Jv by by omil I THE WESTERNER SAYS (Toronto .News.) i hundred homesteads were i purchased near Olds in October. Sev- j Slock ExduBfe Paier Ufges Gennaiy To WikeUp 1 en hundred families evidently faith in the district. huve >j Berlin. Dec. Ik'rscn Deur- ier, tlMJ leading stock exchange organ it the fluty of the, Germaj press to hv'tb Saskatchewan am have.a wnter time to time to the fact that -l hi Sfair as welt as Ontario. At our ex- 'liibition in Uegina m March there WHAT THE AL6EPTA GOVERN-. the tarilT war bet ween Germany and Canada is still proo.'eding and that SHOULD DO J The Edmonton Buixetini in an ar-j uclo which or so ago strongly and assistant jjoyeniment gives to railways should] 'to existing roa'd: inau Bishop Grisdale has just dedicated stock tj10 u-ar .far from either party slid is> dam age to German trudo. It greets re- cejit formation of German economic a. dajr a new .Anglican church ut in these columns, i.The last tiiue we visited Uiat strip argues of prairie there wus no church, nor the Proviacial for the matter of that was any Nevertheless it is a thriv- concerns., and the -south country wants and must have. rail- association for' commercial relations between coun- tries as.excellent basis for'thc- re- newal of negotiations for of a commercial treaty. If not now not'to new: ing community today. Twenty years ngo a well-known Ca-1 SWIFT'S HAM BACON LARDS A fresh supply received todav i Tie teniiey Ca ltd, rifcW ifnme road competition, not from a new nadiaii public man met u farmer driv railroad without eastern or western! ing away from his farm south of but from roads such as Sloose Jaw. abandoning his ijnprove- pushed forward energetically, all i nuiy be buried it says. paper points out the state ofj tho" Cennan-export trade with Cana- da, and gives figures showing the de- cline since liXXJ ivs a result of Cixna- The value of Germanys connections, 'the'' Canadian Northern and the Grand' ments as they stood, because lie said surtax. Trunk Pacific. want to reach the no man could make a living on it. It j imports -from Canada has averaged markets across the At and. the took, us a good many years to Icurn 'during 'ijve years ending with 1907 n Pacific and we To w freight'- how _to_ .farm wj> did learn, j little more- than rates as possible. Competition from ami the crops since have paid our" of rapid development the C.X.R. G.T.P. will reduce etiucation. 'The farm that inan abanr of Canada the 'beuriVr thi-t -she the freight rates and bring us im.cloned was sold two years ago-, for SIS will re-iuire an enormous amount of touch with the markets as both' of.rer acre, but today you could not j industrial products which can't be these roads in a short time will' buy it for ttuit figure .from the at home. As mutters stand. be at tho Pacific and Atlantic.. A chaser. Germany can hope to 'participate to new road running north and soutlr j only a very "modest extent in supply- through tho province tvuuW certainly] Twelve months ago you could not i ing these growing needs. open up' the country and provide' with" the eye, have distinguish-: _ transportation facilities for thousands ed Brodcrick from the rest of the of farmers but it "would be limited ia prAirie. Neither could you have dis- it's influence on rates and would prac-'j'tinTuished it any. beitt-r with a'tele- tically be at tlie mercy of the For fo tell the truth Broder- continental lines in getting the' pro- 'ck not there. -is a thriv aid Misses SkesAt F. German The Shoe man lake's and Roy's lumber Co. Ltd. ft arc Ml fe fee! JFM ml fed Mr Prim as Uw, MT fjrafc LMV W Mjul Uar better'tbi mj tltcr yaH N Ldttnfee The South Alberta Lumber Co. Ltd. Coruer wter Ford JutSntboftiKfllisoilill FW225 i.O.Bu654 Lethbridge New Dayton Bap of aH Ms I W i 10 Fruit iu EG. to trade or sell Farms to sell'., on crop payment plan Lethbridgo Property we either buy or sell V PROFESSIONAL CARDS OR. W. S. OALBRAITH Accouchtr Office 9U Redputli St. Plume tt HOURS: Uufore 9 a.m., 2-3; 7-tJ p.m. ONLY DID HIS DUTY ducts of the province to the eastern ;1US town, six miles'east of Outlook, and western markets. President Castro Satisfied with His Conddtt and Cannot Undsr- Holland .which is the enrl of the Canadian IV; 'Bordeaux. Dee. lO.-When Presi- Thc Bulletin's argument that the Clfic Edmonton branch. It is .mostly i Castro was informed this after- south needs railroads not only for competition but In order to provide peopled by. men from Glencoe midtnooa of the energetic taken by Button. Ontario, and with its fine! Holland upiinst Venezula iii the ita- transportation facilities for large' it will buy u lot of along the coast last strips of at present far iroinj floods j week he claimed vehemently that he the railroad is an exact statement OM did iiot believe Holland would'violate- the position of the'" people of the'; CIVIL SERVICE REFORM. thv- spirit of rightful dealing as he- south. AVe. at the present time, de pond solely upon the C.F.R. When! Board Abandon Efforts to Veufzeula had only done-, their we have a car shortage for shipments Classify Civil Ssrvice. duty. The president'said; that after his .operation, he expectc-d to Ottawa, Dec indica-i Spain and Unit I hi? pacific tone visit oi of coal and grain, WL- can merel complain but must Inou oiy time intt'ons are it will bsY some tLrwjtlm country in dealing xrit-h Venezen- With a competitive road Before the civil sprrrct- la..was sometlncg he never -could ior- sach a condition of affairs would provisions of the act pans-! pet. ver exist. The C.P.R. in order at the lrtsi session of ParliainentJ It 'is said that the REWARD Given to the pereon or persons who can prove that the Hub Cafe has at any period of his life in' Leth- bridge employed any1 but white or union chefs. HUB CAFE attract: business fropi the other roads mve to accommodate the pie. Farmers would lie able to treasury hoard, Li K would have to accommodate the peo-'wiltd> Sllh committee or the Wa council, P. BRIDGE COMPLETED ............right, Alt a'., Dec. IMS abandoned its of-i ,-rr -i> rT r> i f, i b. T. r. Bridee ovt-r The riv-i their grain to the market promptly. Io.rth .to bnn? measure jor todav and thctrav.' Klines would not have to wait the dismantled lav cars and the people of the west would 'lepartiiiebts j jng -tlie had first engine will cross Tues- mr us transportation facilities could1, prevent such a serious situation. Today there is a. country inR Ijetween the C.P.R. main line and' the Crow's Nest i'ass Jiatlway and bounded on tht- west by the C. E. that has not u single railroad serv- ing it- It is .settled but rapid is prevented by the ab- sence of transportation facilities. The land is the best in The settlers, who are there, get magnifi- cent yields of [Train but the profit is taken oil the year's lahor by the fact that these farmers in order to sell their grain to haul it from for- ty to seventy miles to a rmtroad j point. Settlement most naturally, is' retarded, by presence of such a' serious situation. Onco n couple of the whole matter back to the Coun- cil. The 'up-hot .will probably the civil sen-ico cum mis askwl t.i uncU-rtakt: the i It is -aid that it v.-nuM tak nearly ;i yejir 'he work and in the meantime manor will i Uy. The machine and material i? here reiuiy to rush stt-el tr, Edmonton. WHEN YOU WANT CicaA Rooms 'In (rrassy Lake go to MAH TOY YATT RESTAURANT Grassy Lak3 Alta. MAKES WARM HOUSE WITH NO PLASTER Costs J5 Per Ceot less Requires no expensive labor YOU Can Put It On Write For Free Sample and instructions forapply ing, "sending name of dealer to WINNIPEG, MAN. For sale locally by all lumber dealers DR. j. E.- L'OVERING Surgeon, Graduute of McGill University. Mont- Office in Odd Fellow's eor- ner Round and Dufferin 8ts, Office Hours: Week days, till 9 n.ra. 11 to 1 p.m.; 3 to 5; 7 to 8. Till 11 i.m.-From 1.30 to 2.30; -e to 6. Phone %Djy and No. 50 HEAD OF Heavy Mares and Geldings ably to ?t.ihil ii abeyance the; the Ssveii vaudeville' nL the Ly-' j ceum tonight. WILL GET AFTER THEM .Ca" 7 in ur this afti'rr.ocin nbmn i hotiicl be ail uimieer purchased Mr. Personal consultation in Siuuio, at Tongue-tied Woman Was iho OUR POINT Cr VIEW The ITcnild'nt any tk-k'cl for Monday's elect Thcro are ;it' U'.ist hall a incn in tbo fitiC'i 1o crixc city ood JWM-. One of Ilif riMortnanir Oon. jr. Hatch, in nn old i lor anri is no in tho alTairsofi Ho is n j 1909. o votn for moil on will servo city well during slic returned from tluit excursion to Sol- omon's Court, "the half has not been told" was hor negative comment. I'm in the same fix our XMAS STOCK in- chiding an arrival of decorative Tissue Paper opened yesterday, Den- nison 5 tiiatcc-, but sriiuc price as 'riot m :kes sold elsewhere. My word! yon 11 be sorry if you miss this. H. Pruin's 'land and cattle. It Now is the time to order your Several of t'hc candidates for the council aro too narrow minded to S. SUE Specialty tood that about a thousand' iuvid of were turned over in deal. This clones out .Mr. Pruitt'.s interest in i the residence of Mrs. Wm. Hutton, 14 CcuriUnd St., Lethbridge, information. CANADIAN ADDISON SON Funeral Directori and 321 Grabb St. LETHDRIDGE, ALTA. Office and Resideuce JPhone 101 F. a. RULFSON ARCHITECT Room 9 Whitney Block. JAS. A. MACDONALD ARCHITECT Macdonald Block. Redpath Strt.t Lethbridgft, AIU. Lethbridge Lodge (3gJ A. F. A. M., G. R. A, j iit-gular meeting night, the thirrt 1 Thursday of each mouth in tbi Masonic Hall, P. 0. Block, at 8 p.m.' Visiting brethren will always recem a heariy welcome. A.O.MESSER, G.V.STORKEi', W- M- Secretary, G. Boz 537 Shortbread Plain or Ornamented THE CITY BAKERY ROBT. SCOTT, Prop. PAID before the I 15th of each month A. L. Roy Wholesale Liquor Merchant j PWSO P.O.Bti87l W. M. DODD, ARCHITECT Calgary, Lethbridge Specialist in Fin-proofing, Sanita- tion Keating and Ventilation. Ernest E. Carver M.B.A.A., M.R.A., A.A.I.C Etc Manager Lethbridge Office Bryan Block W. R. BROWN Carriage Painter House Painter Paper Hanger Wood finisher, etc. Phone Argyle Ave. Coal Ddirerwl Aiywfere in Towi All kirrtls of Draying and Contract, Work executed with despatch Hayr Transfer Co. RING UP Canada Western Chartered Corporation Ltd. pitol CANADA ANNUAL EASTERN EXCURSIONS Low Round Trip Ratea 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 c.f issue, finest Equipment. Standard First- class Sleeping and Tourist Cars on all Through Trains 2 Through Express Trains Daily 1st and 3rd M o n d ays in K. of P Hal! at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren are cordially invited. S. (T. DAVIES, W.P 24-ly T J. WHITE, W. S NO. LETHBRIDGt L C. B. P. O. E. Meets on the second Tuesday oi each month at 3.16 p.m. Financial Agents. Fiscal Agents Brokers. for Royal Lt4 AH Stocks HandleH Of if A, B. C. THE "TORONTO EXPRESS" Leaves Winnipeg daily at 22.10, mak- ing connect'ons at Toronto for all points east and west thereof. Apply to nearest C.P.R. Agent for fultj information. i E. A. SHARMAN. E. R. M. PKIE3T. Secretary. L, Barrister and Solicitor Office ndioinint Union Bauk. Lodge Pride of Alberta, No. 203 Son of befit Met) Moot in Knigl.ts of Pjthiaf H2i' ThjirsdsT :n thr at S p.ns. Visaing trpthrt-n we! come. Walter Appleby, T. Robin, 3cr. W, Prw'rfent 67. ;