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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 18, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, tfcrstt SjWfc g004 CAtt ol the District of rush eur1 of "CAN 1 GET AM AAM YES! fMi. '.Why mould of kfe not 9 tefty, Mtfitte m Don't luujM it AWAJT to ttet will not be to Side 00 HOT PASS THtlll I- tf jZjfJL- _ be "ft -this 4ty who, iu the midat of the fwtive aaamn. when nroat of us axe speeding money to brifitf good cheer -to our and (rwjnds on ChriUttiajs, are' Car of Ultefoor pail fa si w, with very little proapect of associated with matter how few W. L. M. Kinf and ths Saturday Have you heard the ol the recent encounter befcrfen W. L. M- King, M.P., and the auctioneer? If not, it is a good one. It seems that iu the course of the campaign in Waterloo the'presumptive Min- that day, joy and happiness. Theaa people, DO may be, should not be forgotten A gift to them, at the Christmas tide will cheer and encourage a aad heart. person in Lethbridge, rich be assured of a. Happy Poor, Chriataiaa. ister of Labor and hfe friends-had series L-f adventures: Firet they a crowd of men who were putting up telephone or telegraph poles, and, of course, the candidate had to get out of hi> buggy and give a hand. the party up against- a barn- raising, and, of course, nothing would do but that the Boy Who Had Been Raised on a Farm should turn to and give a. hand. These two THE PATRONAGE SYSTEM. Hon. George E. Foster ia an ad drvaa before the Social and Moral Beform council of Canada declared] taat "the patronage system! should be eliminated." Probably so. Mr. and a very admirable place to introduce the new idea is in New Brunswick and Ontario, where govern- ments are continually ousting Liber- al office holders and placing Conser- vatives in their jobs. If Mr. Foster is sincere he should start to work without delay to con- vert his friends te his opinion. Not only should he convert but he ahould get them to act.Accordingly. As a matter of fact the yatronfe syttenv.is vicious and should be abol- ished. It is a menace to the useiui- ness of a political piircy and a thing that is cursed night in and 'day out by. men who have -iti'.diainliat'io charge. It can never be abolished, however, until Ixjth parties agree. ought to have been enough for one day, but as the tour proceeded for tune brought them to a farm house where there was aa auction salfe cattle. And pretty poor .cattle thej on a par with the far: itself. Just as soon, as the new ar rivals loomed in sight the worst am raal in the barnyard was bein brought up Jor disposal. .said the auctioneer, seiiin his an unex-j iiirti-i tn I On Track Today lit fcstey Co. Wt 25, at T. MOban Cb., Oat WILL HONOfT ts RstWng Chisf Ma- Edmocton, Dec. CltyCoun- til-will, hold an "ai home" tomorrow II IheSooth Alberta lumber Co. Ltd. m him M room eottagM per oent, 18400 taUt two, 11100 PtOrUftlONAL CAIM OH. W, I. OALWUITW totf S new brick 6 rooms% modem im twery wav. S30GO oaah, balance M4 Bt. HOUBS: t 74 DR. rhorrrp HrtTVu-tmr of education, the treasury and rail-' ways. The work of these departments! is becoming heavier every liny nn extra minister will be necessary to i relieve the work of these overburden-! ed TTiombors oi the Cabinet. Two Hundred and Seventy Dollars Certificates bearing face value to above amount are exhibited in our south win- dow, framed. Thi? frame and contents will bf GIVEN AWAY at 10 a.m., Dec. 25th, at the Book Store, and five moro articles, namely: Large Dressed Doll, Large, Dressed Doll, Handsome Sleigh, Boy's Steel Wagon, Box (50) Hanrahan's union made Cigars. The niwhi? oporandi is as directors taken at a meeting held in. Trance in July when a" bond issue of was voted to meet ''the expenses of putting in new equipmen and carrying on extensive develop-! ment work. The action of the direct ors was unanimously ratified and the expectation is that the contemplated improvements be under way in the near future. One of the improvements contem- plated is the substitution-of air haul- age in the main line for the present rope haulage. Plans for the plant are cow being prepared. They will LOW ROUND TRIP RATES St.. Paul GET YOUR BAG EEADY young man and don't let Kris Kringle bent you. We've pil- ate-ticklers in. HOLIDAY CONFECTIONERY Chocolates, Creamed Nuts, Car- amels and fresh, fruity, frolic- some designs in Holiday "sweets that'll win your heart and touch to arid Minneapolis, Minn u, Chicago, III.; Coun Des Mqines, _ Marshall town, Cedar Rapids, .Waterloo, Sioiuc City, Fort Dodger -Dubuque and Wa terloo, la.; Omaha, Neb.; Kanaa and St. Louis. Mo. Tickets on sale daily DEC. I to 31, INCLUSIVE good to return within three months Apply to nearest C.'P. Ry. Agent lo information. CANADIANS HONORED. -London, Dec.. Bell-Smith C. F. P.Cony boars, K.C., D.C.L. CONYBEARE B Morton Jonot, B.C.L. fc JONES ETC. and T. M, Maitir., Lian Academy, have, been elected merabers_ of-the _Koyal Colon- al Society of Artists. MISS EMiLlE CARROLL WASTE Graduate ol KNOX CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC Galesburg, Illinois Terms on application.. Studio at residence "Mr. R. Hi Roberton, 607 Crabb St. Phont 186 JOHN BARTHOLOMEW l.ethbriilfe PIANOFORIE TUNING, ETC. Organs arid Pianofortea repaired polished, etc. WRITE HERALD OFFICE. and help yourself! It! Rochon's Kami! Kitchen THE LUNDBRECK MINE. Frank, Dec. meeting of the Breckenridge and Lund Company is to be held at Lundbreck Saturday. Owing to difficulty in the shaft, it is probable a new opening on the river level may be made, and the coal put on the cars by means oi an incline, as is done by the Galbraith people. OUR POINT OF VIEW. j Turkey is to ,.o 1-y p- oplu. iSext the turkey will rule the j people. A Macleod corrfisponricrt tho Cal gary News says the cattle guards on the C.P.R. no V that is the case the 0 P "H. should 'HJ rrm- number 250 tickets, NO MORE, from 1 to 250. Each of goods to value of S3 will receive one ticket. Two citizens of un- doubted integrity will devise moans to have, the six win- nine: numbers published in our south window on the stroke of Christmas. Is.nio of tickets begins Sat- urday morning, 19th Dec. I. SMbt TIE FfCTHE yojir pockets lightly, bo forwarded to France for approval J of Consulting Engineer Colomef and the plant then ordered. Managing Director S. W. Gebo states that ho expects the work on the plant to be started some time in March, or April at the latest. Anotiier development in the affairs of the company is the resignation oi Superintendent J. A. Johnson and the appointment of Alfred Muller to the position of general manager. Mr. Muller will combine the duties form- erly devolving upon the superintend- ent with those of general manager Mr. Johnson left the last of the wee to take charge of a coal proper- ty being opened by Mr. Gebo en Bear Creek in. Montana. The work of unwatering the shaft commenced Tuesday when the pump was started. The new pump for the lower workings arrived during the week and will be installed as soon as the water in the shaft is lowered to the bottom level. The new electric light plant recent- ly inst.iliw by the company, is com- pleted and temporary wires were! strung the first of last week to enable the citizens to have the light, pending the arrival of a new wire which has been on order some time but hns been j delayed. The light was turned on for the first time on Saturday right. The service is first class and is greatly appreciated by the business mon of the town. The charges for light are to be the same as were charged when the citi- zens operated the old plant. Come (EASTERN From tomorrow until Xmasve'are offeriog TRIMMED HATS HALF PRICE UNTRIMMED HATS EXCURSIONS Low Bound Trip Rates to ONTARIO, QUEBEC AND MARITIME PROVINCES Tickets on sale Dec..1 to Dec. elusive, good to. return within three .months. Tickets issued in connection Atlanti Steamship Business will he on sale fronvNbv. 21, and limited lo five months from date of issue. Equipment. Standard First- Sleeping and Tsurist Cars on all Through Trains 2 Tfcrutt Express Trains Daily LETHBRIDGE SCHOOL OF SHORT HAND Oddfellows' Building. Day and Evening Classet. Terms on application. Dec. 16-lm Offices: Conyboare Block, Attorta. W. C. SIMMOH8 Advecats, Barrister, Etc. Southard Block. ADDISON Funeral Dt.ectc vs A SON and -.Kll.tiaLb St. LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. Office and Reaideuce Phcue 101 F. B. ROLF80H ARCH ITECT Sown SWhitnoy Block. JOHANNES H. M ACHILLA N SOLO VlOLiNIST Pupil of Jhenni Veobacggen oi Rome, Italy; Carl Simins, of .Berlin, Germany HIGH CLASS SCOTCH MUSIC A.SPEIALTY Open for recitals, .banquets, concerts etc. For c-oJZoyal[ Col- lieries, Leth bridge. JAS. A. MACOONALD ARCHITECT MacdwaU Lothbrtdgo LWfo F. at A M.. G. R. A, inectiaf r niffhf, the third Thursday ol each month in tbo MaaoDie 0. Block, at 6 itinf bfeUttfcft will always a hearty welcome. A.C.ME98ER, G.V.8TORKEY: W. M. SecwUry. P. 0. Box 1ST THE 'TORONTO EXPRESS" Leaves Winnipeg daily at mak- ing at Toronto for all points cast and -west thereof.- Apply to nearest CJP.R. Agent for full information. W, M. DODD, ARCHITECT Calgary, Uthbridte Specialist in, Fireproofing, Sanita- tion Keating and Ventilation. Ernest E. Carver M.8.A.A., M.R.A., A.A.I.C Ecc Manager Lethoridfe Office Bryan Block. L. M. JOHNSTONS Barrhtor and Stllcitot Office Meets 1st atd 3rd Mondays Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting bretliren are cordially iuviied. S. G. DAVIES, W.P 24-ly T J. WHITE, W. S Bank, Entire change of proframmt at the Lyceum tonlfht. We also hare the latest in Collars iu the newest col- ors aad a rariefy of toys C. A. Cooksley Fresh Oysters At the i; Kiterta Bestaorairt I: o- Shoi t Orders at all Hours Oliver Block Phone 228 Wettem Chartered Corporation Ltd. Capital Financial AgenU. Brokera. All Fiscal Agcnta for Stock! HEAD OFF ICE-VICTOR! A, 8. C. '.OUut II c; o. e. Meets on the second Tuesday ol mouth At 8.15 p.m. E, A. 9HARMAN M. PRIEST, E. R. Lodge Pride ol Alberta, No. 298. Sin if EiglUs! taefit Met) in Kntjtfcfti Fythiw Hall Thnivdaj !c at S p.m. Vfettiof trf-tkrss: alwsys irH coaw. S'alur T. tec. ;