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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 21, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR LITHIRIDQE, ALiCRTA, MONDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1908, i; Daily Herald News from (From the Rye Courier.) Max Spielberger, in the employ of Sobel's tailoring shop, will be uiar P the D4ilj Hertld Printing Vi wuci a sjiup, ma Go.. Jjld., Jmwful ried the coming Sunday-to Miss Gus- 'sie BciKewDieL. of Brooklvn. Mav W. A. BUCHANAN, Di' and Editor. RatM one year, delivered..... Daily, six month, delivered. ttoilv! one month, delivered Daily, one year, by mail sie Bergerspiel, of Brooklyn. May their journey through life be a joyous and continuous spiel. Herald, one year changed as often -SS S-M '2 1.50 (From the White Plains Daily Record) The following is a verbatim copy of a local real from, a tenant in the Fourth "Dear Sir: I wat them seller steps st nite and f like. 16 brake her dam de- j Please send a Slumber and figs aired; but both new and old address our bath, tub it soon be time now for as mutt be riven. CONDITION COUNTS Kansas Musical Note. (From the Fredonia Herald.) runner, is an example to. athletes In his first great race at_Boston he Qp won glory and renown. He was in' perfect condition. The victory set his friends crazy and started the In- THE LATE DONALD BfttMNIR. (Crantirook Hwald) had uot an enemy, and all o? those who knew him were his friends. are few who can lead such a life, and yet was the case with Donald Bremner, who passed away at 3 tv Eugene Hospital last Sunday af- ternoon about 8 o'clock, after a hard fought battle, for life for a period of nearly nine months. Although it was generally known that the chances for recovery were few indeed, yet when the news passed from household to household, Ironi one individual to an- other, almost invariably the exclama- tion was Dan." And what a fight he had made for the life that had been placed in peril by the ter- rible fall from the tall tree where he was at work in his occupation as line man for the telephone company. j Crushed and suffering he was brought to tho hospital by tearful friends and j for months everything surgical science The -career -of Longboat, the Indian, Raphael' Do- mmw ling-will sing the "Mad Scene" from j This Store Will be Closed s, Friday and Saturdav 25th and 26trf insts. I 4 Di He' dian on a career of loess livi got out of condition and failed to -w5n the world's greatest athletic ev- ent, tho Marathon at London. He has come to his own again, however, because he has given up bad habits and is training in earnest. His victory at Now York, shows his phy- sical powers and if he leaves liquor and high living alone, and remains plain Indian, he will retain for years the -title of the fastest runner in the world. WOMEN DO VOTE. Women's SuHrage is agitating sev- eral countries just now; in fact oc- casionally we hear the idea of a fran- chise for women broached in Canada, It has been said, as an. argument against, that when women are given the franchise they fail to use it, but mermoor." This opera is of the bride of Lamoor, by Sir Wal- ter Sccti. It is the And through it all Dan am- wag jjQpgj.jj cheerful_ The sing- the storv ing of the {work, ever written ffor the human I New Evangelism in Kentucky. (From Whitesburg Mountain Eagle.) Dr. Daw quit preaching because he can bring more men to repentance by swapping horses with them. THREE LAND LOTTERIES United States to Open Reservations in Three States Spokane.. Wash., Dec. 21 Sam wi 11 have three'personally con- ducted lotteries-in-the Ida- ho next-year, when, it is anounced in semi-official' reports from Wash- ington, D. C., the government. will open the Coeur d'Alene, the Lemhi that is not correct for in the coun- aad the Blackfeet Indian reserva- wha-e sofiriure has been given, to homesteaders. It is also likely that the Spokane and Yakima reservations' in this state will be opened within the next'14 months, women register, and about 72 per The d'Alene reserve, east of tries where suffrage has been "women have voted freely. The Colorado Secretary of State says that 80 per cent of- Colorado j birds during the summer brought joy to his heart, and his 'eyes would brighten as friends placed flowers, upon his stand. No com- plaints were heard from him, but on the contrary his thoughts seemed al- ways to be for the feelings of others. Those who visited his sick room were always sure of a smile i and the suffering endured, of plaster casts an j treatment, the monotony of months j in bed, helpless and weary, failed to j subdue his indomitable. spirit or cast a shadow of gloom over his good na- ture. Many called on him at the hos pital prepared to become depressed and left with joyful hearts and smil- ing faces after an half hour with him; Several of the'leading surgeons of the a consultation, decid- ed ths.t another onera.tion. wciild be necessary to save the injured limb, and this was successfully performed. Unfortunately, owing to the physical condition of the patient, he never ral- liei from the effects of the either, and after lingering several days, passed peacefully away. The Bentley Co. Ltl iftole and Retail a .LETHUillGE What belterXMAS Gift than a S pair of German's fine SHOES ii The South Alberta lumber Co. Ltd. We are not Selling Out bat you wiil our Prices as Low, and our Grade of Lum- ber equal to or "better ..than any other yard in Lethbridge The South-'.Alberta Lumber Co. Ltd. Corner Ford JostSoyiiioftlieHlisoiiMiii Phone 225 T.O.Box 654 Lethbridge New -Dayton 2 new (5 room cottages AM ic v iU per cent, 32400 takes tlie two. cash; 2 new brick cottages. 6 rooms, modern in every way, .each, cash, balance easy. PROFESSIONAL CARDS lerta Goaidale V OR. W. S. GAL6RAITH Physician. Accoucrier Office- 914 Redpath St. Phone' 63 aan., 2-3; 7-3 p.m. csa DR. J. E. LOVERING Physician, Surgeon, Acceucher Graduate of McGill University. Mont- .real." 00ice Odd Fellow's Block, cor- ner Round and Dufferiu Sts. "OflriAa W.Milr n. 11 to 1 p.m.; 3 to 5; 7 to 8. .11. 1-30 to 2.30; 5 to 6. Phone Day and 343 50 HEAD OF F. German The Shoeman What better investment can you make than Jn a 10-acre Between Sage's and Koy' cent. vote. The "Wyoming Secretary--of State says that 90 per cent of the women of Wyoming vote. In Idaho the Chief Justice and all -the Justices of the State Supreme! Court-have signed a published state- ment saying: "The large vote cast by the women establishes the fact that they take a In Australia men outnumber women At the last federal elections for which we have the returns 623.235 men vot- ed and women OF J. G. ROBERTSON. the choice of location. RAILWAYS ASK EXTENSION Ottnwai Dee. following railway companies have given notice of their intention to ask for legisla- tion granting extension of time. Brandon Transfer Railway, Alaska Yukon, Axthabaska, Ontario, Hudson Jn New Zealand when woman suf-, Bay and Western, Algoma Central to frage was granted in 1S93 the esti- mated number of women in the col- ony was registered to vote; and the number of women voting has increased at each triennial. Parliaraen- Hudson Bay, Crawford Bay and St. Mary's. The last named railway wishes to change its name to Brit- ish Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba. Victoria and Barclay taiy election. In 1893. worn-: Railway is seeking for incorporation en voted; in 1896, in 1899, j in 1902, in Sigh Paver, Dec. Little Bow river, which was almost chy a week ago, is now a stream of consid- A day like yesterday makes fine and all of us glad that Sunny Southern Alberta is our home. erable importance. For the past few weeks Duncan Mclntyre, who is in charge of the Government road and bridge crew, has been busily engag- This is the week that finds the j ed in repairing the dam on Highwood world filled with people of big hearts Pity the spirit of Christmas does not permeate the year. river, which was partially destroyed during the last freshet. By dumping sacks of sand and brush at a certain point they succeeded .ia constructing A demand for greater protection ofja dam sufficiently high to divert the from the main river to the Lit- peanuts is occupying the time and attention of the ways and means com- mittee at Washington. That is pea- nut politics with a vengeance. The Edmonton Saturday News is upon, its fourth year. May its years be numberless. It deserves success and support, for it is a high- class, clean, intelligently bright weekly, a credit to Alberta, and its progressive j -Jrlilsiisner. -It is an influence in the j province, and its star shine i brighter every year of its existence, j Senator W. C. Edwards, of Eussell, j Ont., startled the delegates to the j conference :on the Preservation of Ka- j tional Resources at Washington when i ynQ fJQ were in Ottawa yards two hundred million feet of Canadian lumber not sold owing to the enormous amount the .country imported from the States at a cheaper price than, could be accepted. It had been the general opinion, that the Americans always thought that it was the Canadian lumber that was discounting theirs, and that a good deal more Canadian wood found its way to tho Stfiteg than vice versa. Spokane, contains approximately THE FATHER acres of 'land, of which 310.- 000 acres will be awarded to settlers. Six hundred .-Indians on the reserve j (Ottawa Free Press Dec .1.5 will receive acres, having- alsoj Afte, attending to Ms official duties on Saturday apparently vufnving perfect health, Mr. James Robertson of the Department of Mlitia and De- fence, -was stricken with paralysis Monday morning which resulted in his death at 4 o'clock, on the same day. About 6.30.Monday morning he re- ceived the stroke being noticed at once by his wife. Medical attendance was called but efforts to relieve the man were in vain. He never regained consciousness. Deceased was Chief Inspector of the Department of Militia and Defence. He was born in South Ronaldshay, Orkney Island, Scotland, 72 years ago. He came to Canada in 1856, settling in Hamilton, -where he was in the dry goods business until he came to Ottawa to accept a position in the Department of Militia and de- fence in 1896." He was a Presbyter- ian in religion and was a member of St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church. He was a member o; Murton Lodge A. F. A. M., Hamilton, and also' the different bodies of the Scottish! Rite to the 32nd degree, a member of the Royal Order of Scotland and of! Ramaese Mystic Shrine, Toronto. He! is survived by his widow and five chil' dren, Miss "Mary A., at home; Mrs. ings To be Seen at City Market RODGERS YOUNG Sale Stables Wood St. DR. 0. J. COURTJCE Dentist Giaduate of Northwestern Univer- sity, Chicago, 111. Office to 12; 1 to 5. Rooms I and 2, Macdonald B-locK 3HSE All this. Week we shaU have HOT ROAST TURKEY and Cranberry Sauce HUB CAFE THE CREAM OF THE EOOTEMAY Fresh air, pure water.-con- genial surroundings and pleasant occupation. If interested write McDEIIIID- or L, DIVERTED THE WATER. WHEN YOU Good Meals AND Clean Rooms In Grassy Lake to MAH TOY YATT RESTAURANT Grrassv Laka Alta. ago tie Bow. On the flats a week many wells were, going dry, vhich now contain ample water for house- I hold purposes. Gertrude Balmer Watt, better known in journalism as is keeping Alberta before the public, not with statistics and tales of growth and e.xpansion, but in brightly pen- ned sketches of life in this glorious province. Her latest effort, "Town and tells in her fascinating way of the West as she has found it, and the West doesn't, suffer. Mrs. Watt is an observant woman, and can place her observations before the reader in a most entrancing way. "Town and Trail" typographically is a credit to the Edmonton printers, the News Publishing Co. It is an evidence in fac.t that the art of typo- graphy has wonderfully advanced in the Last Great West. The cover of the book could not have been im- proved upon, the design being most artistic and strikingly appropriate, Certificates bearing face value to above amount are exhibited in our south win- dow, framed. This frame and contents will be GIVEN AWAY at 10 Dec. 25th, at the Book Store, and five more articles, namely: Large Dressed Doli, Large Dressed Doll, Handsome Sleigh, Boy's Steel Wagon, Box (50) Hanrahan'g union made Cigars. The modus operand! is as follows: number 250 tickets, NO MORE from 1 OCA Each purchaser ofc goods to value of will receive one ticket. Two citizens of un- doubted integrity will devise means to have the six win- ning numbers published in our south window on the stroke of Christmas. Issue of tickets begins Sat- urday morning, 19th Dec. SIG[ THEPicTiiflE mm Ivarl Simpson, Pittsburg, Pa.; James W., of Hamilton; Frank Femie, B. C.; and John G-., of Lethbridge, Alta. ANNUAL LAIUI DOCTORS MEWBURN DEANE Redpath Street HOITRS: Before 9 a.m.-'2-3; 7-8 p.m. OR. J. B. ELLIS DENTIST Graduate of Keserve UnivtT Cleveland Ohio. BLOCK r-honp 307 Hours; 9-12; 1-5 ano MADAM "KORVAN (Orchestral Piani-tf) Teacher of pianoforte, argan voice production. Visits or receives pupils, prepara tory or advanced. Coaching for exar-ss. Howard House, Crabb Street. Single Fare for the Round Trip From all stations Ontario. Arthur and west, Manitoba, katchewan and Alberta to Port Sas- id I irai MR. ERNEST F. LAYTON, Violinist, Pupil of Geo. London, Eng., and of Frank E. Blachford. Toronto! is open for a limited number of Pupils. Also for At Home? Banquets, etc. Terms on application Phone. 212. Also to" VALLEY and KOOTENAY 'POINTS Tickets' on 2, 17.. 13. 19.. 1903. January 4, 5, 6, 21, 23 and to return within three months. MR. ALBERT ELY Pupil of Dr. Briggs, M. A., Song Singing and Voice Culture. Pupil of Chas. 'Hancock, Esq., F.U. C.O. L.E.A.M., Organ and Theory. Voice Culture, Pipe Organ, Piano. Harmony and Theory, Song Singing Opcu for Concerts, BanqueSs, Ke- citals, Etc. Terms on Application. Sox 690 Lethbridge, Alta. HAMILTON "YOUNG ENGINEERS AATD SURVEYORS Room Block. fviiSS CARROLL WASTE Graduate 01 KXOX CONSERVATORY "OF MUSIC Galesbarg, Illinois Terms, on application. Studio at residence of Mr, R. EL. 607 Crabb St. Phone 185 C.F.P.Conyfaaare, B. Morton Jones, K.C., D.C.L. B.C.L. CONYBEARE JONES BARRISTERS, SOL1TITOR8, ETC- Offices: Conybeare Block, Lethbridge, Alberta. W. C. SIMMONS Advocate, Barrister, Etc. Office: Southard Block. Paul and Minneapolis, Minn.; j Milwaukee, Wis.; Chicago, 111.; Coun-! ;cil Bluffs, Deri Moincs, Marshkll- JOKN BARTHOLOMEW Lethbridge PIANOFORTE TUNING, ETC. Organs and Pianofortes Cedar Rapids, Waterloo. Sioux policed, etc. Good PURJTY IN CANDY _____________. is the. first consideration. All the j Confectionery we sell is guaranteed A first-class ChnXtmas cantata will j in that respect. The next important be produced by the scholars of Wes-j thing is delicious flavor, for -which ley church Sunday school tomorrow j all our Candies are noted. Our spe- night under the direction of Mr Ely. Admission -25c and 15c. City, Fort Dodge, Dubuque and Wa- terloo, la.; Omaha. Nob.; Kansas City, St. Joseph and St. Louis. Mo. Tickets on sale daily DEC. I to 31, INCLUSIVE good to return' within three months. Apply to nearest C. P. Ky. Agent for information. WRITE HERALD OFFICE. LtTHBRlDGE SCHOOL OF SHORT-] HAND Oddfellows' Building. and Evening Classes. application. Dec. 16-lm DO YOU WANTTTO w We reserve acres for your A. j cial offerings in the of holiday j Candies, put up in fancy boxes for jgii't purposes, Candy Canes, Christ- i mas Tree Decorations, etc., is espe- to your notice. t 'iy- i Bocnons nanny Rite sold. Successor to G-. W. H. Heed Phone 211 REAL ESTATE T. E. PATTERSON, Office, Oliver Block. Phone All the wil I Don't wait unti tomorrow and find it all gone. Too many people now j can tell what they might have done, j tc j Invest now in Nechaco Valley British Columbia, Canada; per! acre, per acre cash, balance yearly payments. When the Grand! Trunk Pacific E.E. is completed next I fall, land will be selling for and j up per acre. The eyes of the world j is or, this last Great Northwest. TJn-i surpassed for dairy, fruit and mixed farming. Wheat 40 bushels per acre; oats 110; timothy, pea vine and hay to horses back. Fine drinking water. Deep rich soil. No sand or stones. Timber, minerals and coal near by. Climate seldom below zero. Eainfall in right season. No wind. Springs, lakes, rivers wad fish. Wild game 12 LOTS McKILLQP and fruit in abundance. The coming Ellison Mill, most popular summer resort in North America, Buy now at low price sell to the other fellow for high price. An investment of cash for 40 acres will make you within two years or for 160 acres will make you We are cultivat- ing acres for ourselves. You hove to live on this land to own it. If you mean send 25 cents for beautiful piciures, map, and particulars. 1. B. Sncll, Room. I and 2, Bryan Block, over Eureka Theatre, entrance Duflerin St., Leth- bridge, Alberta, Canada, HIGH-CLASS CONFECTIONERY JOHANNES H. MACMILLAN SOLO ViOLINlST Pupil of Jhenni Veobanggen of Borne, Italy; Carl Siniins, of Berlin, Germany HIGH CLASS SCOTCH MUSIC A SPEIALTY Open for banquets, concerts, ADDISON SON Funeral Directors and Emfaalmers 321 Crabb St. LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. ce and Residence .Phone 102 F. S. ROLFSON ARCHITECT 9 Whitney Block. etc. i-or terms appl lieries, Lethbridge. e-o Royal Col- JAS. A. MACDONALD ARCHITECT Macdonkld Block, Redpath Street Lethbridge, Aita. Lethbridge Lodge {39} A- F. A, M... G. R. A, lirg-iur meeting uighr, the thiro Thursday of each month in the Masonic Hall, p. 0. S p.m. Visiting brethren will always receive a hearty welcome. A.C.ME3SER, W. M. G.V.STOSKEY, Secretary,