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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 13, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta PAQE TWO irti LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD, MONDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1909. Tht Daily 'Her Established December, 1907 fubliuhed by the Lethbridge Herald Priutiiig Co., Ltd.. every lawful -vening at office. Round St., L-Hhbridge. Aioerta, Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN Managing Director and Editor Subscription Rates Uaily, one year, delivered Daily, six months, delivered Oa-iiy. three months, delivered Daily, one month, delivered Daily, one year, by mail Oaiiy. six months, by mail Oa'ily, three ruonihs, by mail -35 addresses changed as often as.desir- >d. but both new and old addresses 2.00 1.00 .35 3.00 1.75 must be given. WEEKLY Published every Wednesday in eight pages, and contains a summary of the wsrld's news of the week, local vnd foreign. year, in advance Jin months, in advance "5 months, in advance 50 THE DAILY HERALD sale at the following places: i-tth Red Cross Drug and Book store, J. G. Robertson Co., J. J- Johnston Yeung Co.. R. W. Ham- ilton. E. J. Mitchell, D. L. Book Co Taber Westlake Bros Alberta Dmg B. N. E. Suddaby. Cranbrook, B._ Beattie Atchiaon. Claresholm 0. L. Reinecke. Dr. Tugham. Sow A. F. Werts. Alberta Hotel News Stand. Also on all C. P. R. trains. THE LATE HENDERSON The Lethbridge. were shocked this'morning to learn of the death of William Henderson, the may- or of ihe city. It was generally that for several weeks be lias beet unwell and unable to Ms-official duties as zaaypr, but foV E. any idea that his illness was of kci serious nature. illiam Henderson passed away the scene of bis activities i'or r a quarter of a century, wearing the time of his decease the highest onOr in the gift-of his fellow-citizens. He was a valued member of the first municipal council when the town was incorporated and has ever since taken an active Intelligent interest in the .public affairs of the city. Two years p today he was elected mayor of the From of his election he .stinted and untiring service to devoting practically his en- municipal For his .as received the unani- ,1 of bis fellow-citizens not only of those of tbut of the citizens of lities far and near. As s progressive, business- and honorable in all 'doubtful if Lethbridge or any oCH5f similar city ever had a mayor who received more of praise and less of blame than has the late mayor. In a business way. the deceased was eminently successful. As a contractor and builder and as a hotel proprietor he has been one. of the factors in building up Lethbridge and in provid- ing for those who came to the city. As a man, William Henderson was lilted by all. His was the genial gen- erous character that ever was ready to help and never ready, to injure an- other. From coast to coast there are thou- sands of who will feel that in his death they have lost a dear friend. Any worthy cause or any worthy per- son nev.r was denied assistance by Mr. Henderson and his public spirited generosity was an outstanding char- acteristic. Devoted, as he was to tne interests of the city as a whole, to its citizens and to his fai the iate William Henderson was a citizen whom Leth- bridge could ill afford to lose and whose place will be hard to fill. The Herald is confident that it ex- presses the sentiments of the city of Lethbridge in these statements and in expressing to his widow and fam- ily its heartfelt sympathy in their sad bereavement. A CHRISTMAS JOY, With Christmas Day less, than myo weeks av.-ay it is high time thai tltai 'public should be- reminded of a ing Christmas duty. The dominant note of Christmas-tide is Joy and Good Will, anci the nvotr-l nixed nie.-i.ns by which this noto isj best struck is by Giving. To many I the of Christmas from I Getting rather ;.lhan from Giving. the words of TTirn in whose honor Use1 is celebrated give the rtssuninef it "it, -pleased to give than >ia- nteon that it is not blessed to reoiMve as well but dot s moan that. the bless- ing of receiving is great, that of giv- ing is much greater. Every act of giving, therefore, like the acts of mercy, is twice blessed. .There is a great pleasure and sat- isfaction in seeing the joy oxorcised by ot'.ers upon the receipt of our Christmas gifts. But he who would stop at these misses a very import- ant part of his Christmas blessing and joy. The- greatest joy comes from rendering Christmas choor to those who in the ordinary sonao of the word have no claims upon one. Tn every city and town there aro a number, greater or smaller, ;o i Christmas brings but little joy cheer. Lethbridge has a these people, and the knows not of prosperity of the last: has attracted to hoped to share i perity. Many h they are mis-fits never anywhere perity. Others 1 or f -f Others have of thjeir own khabitV It is a -geif; [iore{ a is the proper Vi ICJfc tl I ViM h Bir m 1 9 "W m m_m ub The oldest Insurance Office in the world FOLDED A.D. 1710 1H-CENTENAKY 1010 HOME OFFICE: LONDON. ENGLAND Branch, Sun Building, Toronto. H. M. Blackburn. Mauler. C. S. BOWMAN, AGENT, LETHBRIDGE. sibilities and the care of its poor and unfortunates is the most sacred and binding of these, it is not possible for every citizen :o know of these, although" it is probable that everybody knows of s. ciio whose Christmas this year will be cheerless unless some kindness is shown them. But there are in the citv. the Salvation Army, the Relief Society, the C. T. the Churches md others who make a business of finding out the poor and the needy and supplying their needs as far as possible. It is not out of place, therefore, to remind those who have of the needs of those who have not, to re-nind the people of this prosperous city that their Christmas joys ca'n be greatly increased giving a share af their Christmas Divings to those .vho can and will appreciate it the iiost. Donations of money or goods iiven eitiier directly or through the agencies mentioned, with a Christ-uas spirit, the spirit which prompt-id the coming of Him. who was an-lounced as bringing "Peace on earth ;ood-will to men" will prove to the ionors the blessedness of giving and ncrease the sum total of Christmas jheer throughout the you want your presents to arrive at their destination on time ship early; if you don't want to go bankrupt, stop early. the time a few more fellows get soaked two hundred and costs for supplying liqtjor to Indians, it will be considered unprofitable to break tue law in that respect. i A Toronto young man faked a story of his being held up to cover the fact that he had been off on a time. He neglected to add that he was held-up by irends while he took another. FIFTY DOLLARS AN ACRE Dec. highest price paid for farm land was reached here yesterday v.-hen purchased IGO -acres- near the town for per acre. The sale was made by D. M. Ross. R. Walker Jell, Dan Macdonald and Wm. Cochrane, of Granuni, were in town last week. Mr. Macdonald purchased lots for the purpose of building, a business block which is to be started immediately. W. I. Gray Co.'s outfit is busy putting down the C. P. tt. pipe line to the river and expect to be through with the work b yJan. Mr. and Mrs. Miebaeh will leave in a few days on a visit, to their old home in the south. C. E. Moore is away on a business, trip to Calgary. The dance held on .Friday last was the best of the season and was attended by a large crowd from Orton and Macleod. A LESSON FROM EXPERIENCE The recurrence during the municipal campaign of the question of videning Westminster Road, north >f the railroad, bears with it a lesson o other places as well as Lethbridge. rhis city is being forced to spend uite large sums of money to acquire and in order th'at greets may be pened up, or widened or straigbten-d. IE there had been a by-law re-uiring all sub-divisions and acreages o have been laid out in lots accord-cg to a set plan adopted by the city 11 this would have been obviated. New towns just starting out, and here are hundreds of them through-ut the west, would do well to learn he lesson from the experience of and other older places I'hose experience in this line has cei' much more expensive. In a recent interview. Mr. W. L. rant, a Canadian teacher of colon-il Iiisrc-ry in the University of Ox-crd. gave a much-needed warning gainst the results of lack of fore-ighf in the, laying out of town sites, inconveniences are unavoidable and vils of many sorts are prone to conr wherever people are compelled i live very close together. This is reason for the exercise 'of the ut-lost care, the highest intelligence, nd the most varied experience in uarding against the defects which re sure to become crystallized m the Ian of a town, the laying-out of -hich. is left to the caprice of the roperty owners and the chapter of ccidents. Among the things that ought to e secured are, according to Mr. .rant, adequate space for parks, mple width of streets, distance be-ween dwelling houses, and efficient anitation. Every one of these is im-ortant, and yet in the laying-out of ew towns and the extension of old nes they are the very things that re almost certain to be neglected, idvantages that would cost very lit-le, often nothing at all, if secured efore land ceases to be rural and ctually becomes urban, come very xpensive at later times and much rouble experienced in securing OF SENSATIONAL NOVELS James McMath, Mere Youth. Who Arranged Murder and Suicide Toronto, Dec. James McMath, the adopted son of Hugh McMath, who attempted to shoot his foster mother, afterwards committing suicide, was the victim of reading sensational murder stories, brooding over them, and the fact that he had developed physically at an enormous rate. When a found him shot dead in a public lavatory, he reported that it was a man 2S years of age. McMath was actually 15. but he stood five feet seven inches, in height and had been shaving for the last two years. His favorite reading was the Kinrade and Thaw murder eases, whicj Le had read over and over. He was an adopted did not know who his real parents were. The McMaths" knew but would not tell him. PREPARATIONS TO PHOTOGRAPH THE COMET Wis.. Dec. 10. The astrom ical and astrophical society of America through the chairman of its committee on comets. Professor George C. Comstock of the University of Wisconsin, has just issued a statement to astronomers throughout the country in regard to the observation of Halley's comet. A long and continuous photographic campaign in order to secure the best possible picture of the interesting visitor to the Solar system is urged by the committee. As there is no observatory with proper facilities for photographing the comet in the large area of the Pacific Ocean the committee is about to send an expedition to the Hawaiian Islands to piiotograph the comet during its greatest brilliancy, which will be in May. OUR POINT OF VIEW The veracity of a great many Leth-jridge electors will be seriously oubted when the ballots are count-d tonight. The man at the bottom of the poll viii agree with the authority who ?id that all men are IS PREPARING TO RESIGN PRESIDENCY Washington, Dec. Evidence is multiplying that Zelaya intends to retire from the presidency of Nicaragua .Reports to this effect are general throughout that country and the United States consulate officers seem to give credence to them. The latest scrap of news from Nicaragua reached the state department this morning and stated that Jose Madriz was being talked of as Zelaya's successor. Madriz was chairman of the Nicarag-uan delegation of the Central American peace conference in 1907 and he was also elected secretary at conference. At present he is the representative of the Nicaraguan govern TtriH in the Central American court cf justice at Carthage, which is charged with the settlement of questions .'iris-ing among the several centra: American countries. The man who is Deaten still has he satisfaction of- having his own pinion of the judgment of the One characteristic of the present nunicipal campaign has been that tie discussion has been more in what as to be done next year than on was done last year. That should e a source of satisfaction to the council. The amount of criti-ism this year was reduced to a Now that you are counting up what on are going to give for Christmas .do not forget the poor, 'hose Christmas is often a scantv ZELAYA'S SON FOR DAMAGES New :York. Dec. Dr. Anabel Zelaya, second son of the president of Nicaragua, and a graduate of the medical school of Columbia University, appeared in the supreme court rootyf today to defend a suit against him for brought by Elizabeth Juliet Hero, who claims that young Zelaya courted her while he was a student at Columbia and that he promised to marry her. The papers allege that after the young woman's mother gave a dinner at which the engagement was formally announced, President Zehiya forbade the. marriage calling it mis-alliance on the part, of his son. IWhen ono, sees all the splendid displays of the different an increased sense of poverty over the stores have bands and discoursing music for their it is safe to say that all notes in circulation are If you' want to get a good choice f Christmas goods, shop early: if jf Eibny Goods for Christmas 1 I f 1 r is complete and our prices reasonable -r. i H Cloth Brushes, Military Hair Brushes (Sep- L. Dressing Sets and Manicure Sets, Hand Mirrors y Mirrors. are all first quality and made by the best firms. i Xmas sifts as they are pretty, durable and T j. Cross Drug Book Co. SATISFACTORY DRUG STORE 5 Acadia Block Redpath Street .SAGE The Picture Framer. ,We Charge I o per barrel r" for first qual- ity SPY, Apples Other varieties In boxes, and oo 1 The Bentley Co. Ltd. i ifld Retiil I Phone 55 lETriSHIBGE I I New Cheese in t t Stock Limburger, German Breakfast CORCONZOLA, INCERSOI EDAM t ENGLISH STILTON NEW PEELS AND FRUITS Family Grocers Redpath Street Sherlock Block 4 I A NET PROFIT OF PER ACRE. I Gross returns of per acre. NET PROFIT from 13 TREES. (This with 70 trees to the acre is equivalent to 00 per acre, net profit.) per acre. per acre. per acre. per acre gross: per acre net. per acre. per acre gross: per acre net. The above returns are claimed to have been obtained from B. C. land by the owners and we have dozens more claims of a similar nature in our office. jlf you were offeree! such land at per acre, it. would be a bargain. We offer you sxich land unimproved to per acre and in 4-year-old orchard at to per acre and you can buy it on pay- ments of per acre per month. Are you going to let this opportunity slip Or do jou think it is worth investigating? If so, drop us a card or call and see us. M. FREEMAN, General Agent, Lethbridge .LETHBRIDGE HOTEL BLOCK Cheap Rates to the Coast On Thursday next (the 16th of December) you "will get one of the best chances ever offered in Cheap Rates to the coast. Tour return ticket is good for three months. It will only cost you the price of a single fare plus This is the time to buy land in the Fraser Valley. We have a large map of the Fraser Valley; also a fine collection of photos which will gire you a very fair idea of what our coast lands are like. If make up your mind to take a trip with us, do not lose aov time in letting; us know. The Lethbridoe-Weyburn Realty Company Imperial Bank of Canada HEAD Capital Authorized Capital Paid Reserve Fund D. R. WHkis, President. Hori. Robert Yiee-Presideat. Accounts of Corporations. Municipalities, Merchants, Farmers and Private Individuals invited. SAVINGS attention is given to Savings Bank Accounts. Deposits of and upwards received and inter- est allowed from date of deposit. LETHBRIDGE R. SEATLE, Manager. Begin "Block, Round St., beside Bentley'a Store. Mercints Bank of Canada ESTABLISHED 1854 3 :AD OFFICE, Paid-up Capital. Reserve and Undr 'ided Profits.......-....... I Accounts of Merchants, Farmers and Ranchers Solicited Drafts Money Orders Letters of Credit Savings Bank Department Lethbfklge Block, Redpath St. --Consulting fliock, Room -10. KesKieie cor.. Bompas and Phonepffice 277- OUdfellown Hourjlill 9 a. Experience I have had l.r> y.-ars in rostrum, and you can g the benefit of in the way i AUCTION SALES which I conduct on rt-ason- able terms, in town or coun- try. Advances uiaiie on re- ccipt of instruction to se.l. HUNK G. Best results; prompt settle ments Tel. 261 Office Crabb St Autos Overhauled Now is the time to have your MO- BILES OVER W sod don't forget we can doit satisfactorily and Thr OffiSHfesn AIM. 7'6 2 a'm- 2'5 DR. G Graduate Surgeons, T Block, 1-5. ont The Standard Garage Phone 343. Wood Stj Horses for Sale JUST ARRIVED head of younj wDrk 1250 to 1451 in weigllt-ftll; J. F. Rodgers Sale Stables Wood Street, Lethbridge' MISS dressing, and facia! Redpath MA.TE! TY PRIVATE VValwork ._ phone No. 26! 31.50 per day. per day. Mat per day. pected to pay and pay for o cines. Miss nurse, in char JOHNSTONE ters and solic in? Union Ba stone; J. CONYBEARE, ?CH DENTIST- of Stafford Agnew 8- Hours 9-13. en, manicure ;Acadia Block. HOSPITAL- Ward. Tde- "cal cases: T cases 11.50 to h patient is ex- eek in advance Ptrits and meil- graduate Office, -ethbridge. L.fi Ritchie. ri bohcitors, taxy Publics j Conybeare COAL Best Lump on the market, per ton delivered c.Oid. Nut coal, delivered. Address postcard to Niw Barnes Mine, Royal View. F. WADDINGTON City Agent. ?5 Coal, !ce and PRAYING Western Transfer Co. LONG- BROS.Proprietors Office opposite Balmoral PH O N El 63 arid Hy- -5. Wilt- 295. CONTRACTORS at _Laue_ef Williams Bros. LODGE PRIDE No. OF 293, ALBJERTA, SOM of EngliRi Benefit Society Calgaxy and e. Specjaliet in Fireproof fation., heating and ventil- w T> i T t j-j a A.A.I.C.. Etc.. Manager .e office, Sherlock .'41. Meeti in the every flrfit and the month at particular! apply W. J. W. Preaident. third Wadueiday 8 p.m and Con- i prepared to give estimates )st on all kinds of work in ding trade, including- re- etc fiox 5ig RAMSDEN-Contractor for lOl tons, concrete walks, iind all kinds of concrete fiernis reasonable. Estimates .-Jy given. Applv Box 830. vage, Alta. 3i. iddition. Contractor and Estimates freely given. y you to call before buildinj TAT FDONFAN car- pape, Meete Caledonian 25 Argyle Ave. Club loom open l24- 10.30, Sunday SS3-JWS All Scotsmen welcome! Lethbridge Aerie Ko. orethren are cordially J. ASH 24-ly GUS A.F. A.M., Lodfe Kegula: the third Thursda ;n the Masonic H at 8 p.m. Visiting J ce.ive a he C. r, W.M. Seci P. 0. Embalraera. The -ished business in the citv. Office and residence, rabb street. Parlors open day FETTER Director Erabalmer. Most up to date brs in city. Five doors west Office. Ford St. White and :k Cars. Phone 369. ACCOUNTANT v accountant liquidations, genera! .account and advice thereon. Acadin ck, Lethbridge, Alta. Canada Western Corporation Lvd., Capital Modern W Ameri Lethbridge Gam; Meets in the Oddt second and fourth month. Visiting ways receive a hca oillor, 0. L. Orifl K Brokers Fiscal Agents for ya! Cdlieries Ltd llll Standard Handled 6 ,_NRY and 'coal. All kinds of teaming. P. O. or 48.Argyle 299-O ;