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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 16, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta OF CANADA Capital, lest ui ta- divldcJ Protib when money if faster than at any other season, are you lavine by auch as you should Open A.SttilgS Acmits with the Union Bank of Canada -Deposit, ui often as you can, any sain from 51.00 up, and watch your balance grow. There's satisfaction and srcurity the highest current rate is paid 4 times a year, 'may be withdrawn at any time, notice. LETHBRIOQE BRANCH: J. R. Anderson, ANNUAL REPORT OF 'S DAY ALLIANCE IN THIS PROVINCE WAS IN BED FOR THREE MONTHS. BOftDEN IN TORONTO Toronto, Dec. L. Bor den, leader of the Opposition in th House, arrived here today from Ho Springs, Va., looking the picture o health and says he has henefiite greatly by his three rest When questioned about election pro tests, Mr. Borden said he knew'no- thing .about arrangement made. King Up 108 f When you want GRAYING Done promptly and satisfactorily JOHN BRODIE M WANTED TO GO TO JAIL Toronto, Dec. Bradshaw, Englishman, three weeks in Canada' was sentenced this morning to four years in Kingston penitentiary- for setting fire to a house on Hayter St. He surrendered himself to the police on the night of the fire -saying he- had committed the crime in or- der to go to jail. The Executive of the Alberta Lord's Day Alliance have prepared the fol- lowing report of their work, for the year. The year's work within the province has been marked by encouragement. rogress has aot been rapid but it has been steady and substantial. The friends of reform are often disposed con- to impatience. Nothing is being done if everything is not done and done iin criticism is met notice your Executive would attention to the more sideration accorded methods in the prosecution of work. Its a.'ms and methods are better understood, is being credited with not only eu- ergy and enterprise, hut is Neing re- garded worthy of commendation for the reasonableness of its demands and e. faimess and considerateness of Jits methods in the endeavor to secure PEOPLE SAID SHE HAD CONSUMPTION. Read hovr Mrs. T. G. Buck, Bracebridge, Out., was cured (and also her little bov) by tlio use of Dr. Wood's Norway Piue She writes: 4i I thought I would write and les you know the benefit I have re- ceivel through the use of your Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup. A few years I in i.- t'tt L i iv k4 itn t III V kilAVJl Jlii wiw so baflly troubled with mvliuijrs.pcoplc I Consumption 1 would by llu- in the 3t live through the Fall. 1 had two doc- j citu-s 4lnd towns they do not seom to .rs attending me and they were very much feel any ol-li-ation for initial action, armed about me. I was in he.1 t; common with all other Attorneys Gen era! in the Dominion, save the Attor- ney of British Columbia; iind i would exprt'ss appreciation of the re- jsponsf made by the Attorney Gener- I al in evt-ry instance.' in which the Al- liance has ditveiod his attention to j inlVaciions ui Lonfs Day Act. I Yotir Kxi'cutive lieliexes that some- thing further requires to be done throughout ihr province to impress upon local ollicials a sense 01" the re- sponsibility resting upon them eniorcement of the law. Their alien-! lion has already been drawn to their! duty in this particular, we are inform; General. In the! Polmatier Sisters at the Lyceum tonight. .Prices Gome early! tl-00, ?5c and 50c EASTERN CANADIAN EXCUR. SIGNS Extra Tourist Car Service In connection with the Eastern Canadian Canadian 'acific Railway Company will oper- te the following tourist car Place Your Orders for -om Kootenay Landing to Toronto direct, to attached to train No. 214 leaving Kootenay Ldg. on Dec. 1st. 8th. 15th and 20th. F0r reserva- with in the prosecution of Lord's Day Work, and in no other cause is it aiore needful to remember that time is an essential element in progress. courage and energy we must join wisdom and patience. Perhaps the- friends of our cause ought also to be reminded that all the activities of the Alliance and its successes cannot be reported. When by correspondence or conference parties violating the Lord's Day Act have been persuaded to desist, such has been the confiden- tial character of the relations that the facts cannot be given to the pub- lic in every instance. Further the Alliance officers are uec essarily dependent on the watchful- ness of others and their fidelity in reporting ail the facts upon which ac- tion of any kind niay be taken. The officers of branches and those who are interested in the defence of the Lord's that its prestige as an organization, whether aim or method or inQuwnce he considered, is on the increase; and especially is it true that the convic- tion more widely prevails that in re- lation to violation of thy'law the Al- liance is a power to be reckoned with Your Executive begs, next, to draw your attention to various problems demanding immediate and careful con- sideration. The'.Railway: This is one of the largest and ..most serious of these use to me. 1 gave up all hopes of eve gutting "when I to sec B.B.R Almanac that .Dr. Wood's Norwuv Pine Syrup was good for weak lungs. 1 thought I would try a bottle and by the time I had used it I was a lot better, so go: more and it made a complete cure. My little boy was also troubled with weak lungs and it cured him, I keep it in the house all the time and would not be with- out it for anything." problems. There has been some dim of. traffic and a number of em- in various departments havej either Sunday or another tad three pine trees the trade mark. been 1 i in permanen trade of Qf rants. They await tho complaint of private :eitisK.T.s or the action of the Alliance The part fo'r the popular vote. The Restuurant and the Hotel: this pended "Pon Lheso class of business, strictly is legitimate upon the Lord's Day. it I ia in their relation to the business of' the merchant that the difficulty arjs. es. The Alliance has advocated Lord's to th The-v ;1''" "Ot I holy day; n thifi. r0r8hlp They are simply m C0mmon rlth a" our citizens, call reasonable policy that they should to givc "P business of our national no wise be limited in purveying to the boarding and traveling jn rest And the fact that they lui-nishing meals, but should confine horc our national 'ha- attention to that and refrain from! and and to make them-, soWmg goods to be taken off the rich ovit our resources sur-i or in other WOPd8 that th ff should not do thc business of a chant on the Lord's 'Day. TO" this effect decisions have been M t t OUIT- courtcsy. they should conform to all our Mws at the sacrifice of a littio in the or industrial industry magistrates in various" parts' o7 T.Urninff lo of official and specially worthy of note 7tItTJdo in n.atter of enforcing one has been rendered the Lord's woluJt-Vi C.ute of Toronto. Thc principle has hcreforo been clearly denned and the luiu une Application of thc law to this class f business established. Generally in province, with the exception of foreigners, merchants close their usincss on the Lord's Day, but to have, the benefit Vlso of the imposed by the Lord's Polm.tfer Sisters at the Lyceum j night. 75c and 50 the Lord's Day Act your executive begs to say f.hilt Attorney Gener- of this Province has taken the po- I'tIC that the Lord's Day'Act ifl ir, force throughout the .Dominion, nmi that, so Inner -it au long ,ii- it remains the law of thc land, iho obligation rests upon him to do nil in to the impnrtinl and ment of this, national statute. Your Executive would pioee upon record approval of this takon in hoC-ses every night at the Round Trip Fare From LETHBRIDGE To Montreal.... Toronto..... 56.60 Ottawa..... 56.60 Quebec..... 61.50 Proportionate fares to many other points in Ontario, Que- bec, and Maritime Provinces. wiciwcfgv......DO.OD Mjwaukee.... 55.05 Tickets on sale daily Bee. 1st to 31st, 1908; rettirn limit three months from date of sale. MINNEAPOLIS ST. PAUL and St. Louis..... Des Moines.. Sioux 61.35 53.35 53.25 55.35 THE WAY OF FAST TRAINS When buying tickets insist upon them reading via North-Western Line I Eureka. Omaha....... 55.60 St.Joseph... 58.10 Kansas City.. 59.50 ;