Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 21, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta
AUlfctA, fi, I' I iji ajajA Jl m w4 Mv tj Vx i V-wea IM IMUf Jim inflow Ug k A vwWtia "fittar T tKjiM 60sd rstni M AM aite to fcv dm MM! ft wfctiibttWMpbttisAtatvfct M to him fete OOUtm idorr a to, art tt to, pfetm JadUn, will raUta tor r (From the At the Hat will This open Di Iran tor ttto for This Store Will be Closed Friday andL Saturday 25th and 26th insts. oaberCo. Ud. ttfiTftiU two. U100 kgr UarW wu work ewr written TOkfe, It i- the gMtU for the vocal hamaa (From Whitoftbwy Dr. Daw qtui becauas be ean brinf more men to Mpe by horwe with then THRCst tAMO LOTTIPHM Spokane, Wash., -Dec. Sam will three ducted in the state of Ida- ho it is aft wlM tnihise tail to it, bat not "correct for in tbe Mffrafp bat bom hare Votad, Colorado of tkat 80 cent of Colorado wonsn and about 73 per wporta from ..Wash- ington, B. C.. tne government will open the Coeur'd'Aleae, the Lemhi and Indian reatrvt .urns to It. is ikely that and Yakima .will bi opened .within the. next 44 months d'Alene reserve, o _Tfce Secretary of liaysjthat 90 per cent of the womea ol Wyoming vote. _ In Idaho the. Chief r Justice and all the Justices of the State Supreme Court have iigned a state- meat Mying: large vote by the women eatablluJMn the. fact that they a Uvery IB AwMralia men outnumber women forwhlA W4 haW the 638.235 men vot cd and .women. In.Sow Zealand wben. woman euf- granted in 1893 the esti- mated number of women in the col- ony 189.461 registered to vote- and the number women voting increased at eadijlriemtial Parliamen- tary, election? In wom- votedp in 18W, in 1899, in in 1905, Spokane, .contain? acres .of, which MO for AM! tDmwvli it all' ctaarfut. Tfeo t >by ,U heiart. kU in Ii eytt would aa Meoda pUMswl Aowera' upon hia aiandr Kb plainta were heard from hiui, but oa j the contrary his thoughts seemed al- ways to be for the of others. who viaitad tick room were always'sore of a af wakooat, and eadnred, the' torture ot casts and nthir imi j atnlcnt, of BMtttbi im bed. awj, faikd to hie Mat a ftkadow ef gkiom goo4 Xaagf called to and left wtUh JoyfW hearts W fiCM after an iJQf kouir with kirn mm pir if UTIIM'S be F. German injured of weet, after ed tbftt to tlvis to patent, he naver lief from the of the and after' lingering several days, peacefully airay. Ifeiweeo Sage's and Boy's V The South Alberta Lamker Co. Ltd. W Foni III UK New Daytco 2oevbriek eoricjftt, 6 Mmkn in my, 1600 ttdilattyb, J. E. L0VWMO OnaWUoi laeQaU r nef BMtod tnd Dvflnin Ste. dtya. tat f -Fjrom U to 3 to Ijtj to 1 ii to UO; ft to f. 50 HEAD OF o. 4. opmrr.iof Deflttil oi JbftfevwtMft Oftivat. Cbieato, III Ottce to if; 1 to I, I t MacdMMW Keck N- 4 OCAMf What betier Juvestmeut can you make, than in a 10- riiit farm at THE wflL aettlcra 8ii_hundred) Indians the feaerve the .first choice RAILWAYS ASK'EXTENStOM Dec. OUR POINT OF- VIEW. A like yesterday and all of via glad that Sunny Southern Jklberta-ia our home. This is. the week that finds the world filled with: oeopk bearta. the spirit of Christmas does not permeate the yeer. A. demand for greater protection of is occupying the time and tb5 ways and.racansconi- ,mittee at Washington. That Is pea- nut pplitica with a vengeance. railway have of their intention to "legBla- tion granting extension ol7 time. Brandon Transfer Railway, Yukon, Arthabaska, Ontario, Hodsoa Bay and Western, Central to Hudson-Bay, Crawford JBay Mary's.- aimed railway wisnes to change it-j namV.to Brit- ish Columbia, Alberts, Saskatchewan and Manitoba. Victoria and Bartky Railway ia seeidnf for incorporktion. DIVERTED THE WATER. High River, Dec. Little Bow river, which almost dry a week ago. is a stream of consid- erable importance. For the' past few weeks Duncan Mclntyre, '-who is in charge of the Government road and bridge crew, has been busily engag- ed in repairing the dam on. river, which was partially destroyed during the last freshet. By dumping sacks of sand and brush ?t a certain point they succeeded in constructing a dam sufficiently high to divert the water from the main river to the Lit- tle :Bow7 On "the flats a week-ago many wells were going.dry, which now contain ample water for house- ta his official duties on Saturday_and apparently perfect healuC Mr. James Robertson of tiv? Deparimenf of Militia fence, was stricken, with parmryeis which resulted in his-death at 4 o'clock on the About 6.80 Monday morning he csived the stroke being noticed at once All tKis Week we have HOT ROAST TURKEY and Cranberry v Sauce CAFE Before ft THECiEAIOfraiOOTDUY Fresh air, pure wafer, con- genUl surroundings and pleasant occupation. If interested write G. ROBERTSON called but cttorts to relieve the "were in_vain. He "never regained coaseiousneK. The.-Edmonton Saturday .News is npon its fourth year. May its years be numberless. It deserves anccess and support, for it is a high- class, ckan, intelligently edited, bright weekly, a credit to Edmonton, Alberta, and ite able and progressive publisher. It is an influence in the province, and its star will shine brighter every year of its existence. I _ .Senator W. C. Edwards, of Hufsell, i 6nt., startled the delegates to the confcrenoe on. the Pre8enration of Na- tional Resources at Washington when he made the statement that there in Ottawa yards two hundred million feet of Canadian lumber not sold owing to the for At Banquets, etc. Terms on application. Phont 212. Song MR ALBERT ELY of II. A. Singing aflO Culture. Pupil of Chas. Hancock, Esq.. J.K C.O.rL.R.A.M.. Organ aod Theory. Voice Wano, Harmony and Seng Be- "Application. citala, Etcr Vn Box Lethbridge, AHa. V YOUNG ENGINEERS ;ANZT SmiVETOBS Room B. DO YOU WANT JO BE RICH? Remember This and Believe It We reserve re-election. acres for your PURITY_ IN CANDY is the first ;A11-'.-the Confectionery we sell is guaranteed in that respect. The next important thing is delicious "flavor; for which all our Candies are noted. Our spe- cial offerings in. the line of holiday put up in fancy boxes for gift purposes, Candy Canes, Christ- mas Tree is espe- ci'aliy to your notice. 9 LOW ROUND TRIP RATES to St. Paul and Minneapolis Minn.; Chicago, 111.; Coun cil BeV Moines, Marshall- town, Cedar. Rapjds, Waterloo Sionx Citjv-Fort Dodge, Dubnque and Wa- terloo, la.; Omaha. _Neb.; Kansas Joseph and Sf. Louis. Mo. Tjckets on sale daily DEC. j to INCLUSIVE good to return within three months. Apply to nearest C. P. Ry. Agent for information. MISS EMIL'IE CARROLL- WATTED .Graduate oi H KKOX CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC Iflinois _J on application. _ Studio, at residence of -Mr.' R. H. Roberton, 607 Crabb St. IK CANADIAN PACIFIC Al] the land will soon te sold, i Don't wait unti tomorrow and find it all gone. Top maay people now can tell what they might, have done. invest now in Ntchaco Valley Land, British Canada; per acre, per acre balance 9 yearly paymenU. When the Grand Trunk Pacific is completed next fall, land will be selling for f 100 and up per acre. The eyes of the world fs on ttus last Great Northwest. Un- surpassed for dairy, fruit and mixid fanning. Wheat 40 bushels per acre; oats UO; timothy, and hay to horses back. Fine drinking water. Tteep rich soil. No sand or stones, j j Timber, minerals and coal near by. j Climate seldom below zero. Rainfall in right season. No wind. Springs, i s lady (itctifn EASTERN CANADA CQNFECnONERY JOHN BARTHOLOMEW Lethbridge PIANOFORTE TUNING, ETC. Organs and Pianofortes repaired. polished, etc. Good work guaranteed. WRITE HERALD OFFICE LETHBRIDGE SCHOOL OF SHORT HAND Oddfellows' Building." Day Classes. Terms on application. Dec. 16-Im MACMILLAN SOLO VIOLIN1ST- Pupil of _ Jhcnni Veobanggen oi Rome, Italy; Carl Sim ins, of Berlin Gennanyr HIGH-.-C'LAS3 SCOTCH MUSIC Open -for recitals, concerts. etc. For "terms apply "c-o Royal Coi- Lethbridge. PPFn I QUJEBEC AND MARITIME PROVINCES Successor to W. H. Keed Ticktils on Wle Dec 211 elusive, good to return within threg Tickets issued in conDection Atlantic jSioarashJp Bnsiitess be on sale from Nov. 21, and limited to five j months from date of issue. I -finest Equipment. Standard Firit- class Sleeping and Tourist Cars on si! Through Trains T. E. PATTERSON, Office, Oliver Block. Phone 287. I LOTS Wood St. in: W- M, DODD, ARCHITECT Calgary, Specialist in Fireprooficg, Sanita tion .Heating aud Ventilation. Ernest-E. M.RX A.A.I.C Etc Manager Lethbridge Office Bryan Block L. M. Barrister and Office adjoining Cnion f.ethbridfe Oatik w-lrt ?tC K.C., CONYaEARE BARRISTHIS, 80UTITOB8. ETC. Offices: Conybeare Block, Lathbridge, _ J -Albarta. WrC. SIMMOM5 Ad Etc .Office: Southard Block. ADDISON SON Funeral Si. LETHBRIDGE. ALTA. Office and Retideuce f hone 10B F. B. ROLFSOM ARCHITECT I Whitney MAQOONALD ARCHITECT-- Macdonald Btock, third A. F. A. M., Q. R. A Regnlar the ThuHdaj oi aooth Masonic HmlJ, r. at 8 Vinitiag brethrefl will alwayi a welcome. AC.ME88EK, P. 0. Box SfY l.t acd 3rf inK.of p Hail at 8 o'clock. Viiitiajz brethren are cordially invited. S. G. DAYIES, W.P 2-1-ly WHITE, W. S THE "TORONTO EXPRESS' lakes, rivers and fish, and fruit in abundance. Wild game The coming r popular summer retort in North 2 LOTS McKILLOP ADDN., Elluon Jfill, iocjuc vi urday morning, 19th Dec. IKrCTg FtttH I sell to the other fellow for high price. I An investment of cash j acres will make yo.i within two years or for 160 acres will make you We are cultivat- ing acres for ourselves. You don't have to live on this land to own it. If you mean send 25 cents for beautiful pictures, map, and particulars. I. B. Sntll, Rooms I and 2, Bryan Block, over Eureka Theatre, entrance Dsfferir. St., Leth- bridge, Canada. pnce, ana 13 LOTS OX WESTMINSTER CLOSE1 to school, close12 Tfrroagh Express Trains Daily} Chartered Corporation Ltd. Capital Financial Agents. Fiscal ------Brokers. for Kfyal CMBtrlea Lt4 Leaves Winnipeg daily at 22.10, mak- jng conncct'ons at Toronto tor all points east and west thereof. Annlv in P P T? A-.U information. 1 ACRE LOT CORNER OF McBETH Bailey St., mile from school, X ACRE OPPOSITE THE LAST S ROOMED HOUSE ON TORRANCE Ave., Cash and month until paid for. Rents for per month. For Christmas and New Years j HcUdays the Canadian Pacific Rail- j v.-iy announces a rate of fare ana i i one-third for the round trip. Tickets on sale for Christmas, December 21, 22, 23, 24 and 25, for New Years, De- cember 28, 29, 30 and 31 and January f, final return Hm-t or, tickets. HEAD OFFICE-VICTORIA, B. C. January 5, 1909. 7-15l W. R. BROWN Vanishing Household Furniture. Carriage Painter House Painter Paper Hangar finisher, etc. Phone Ariyie Ave. LETHBRIDGE LOUut, C. B. P. 0. E. on tecood Toevdax of month ai 8.15 p.m. E. A. 8HARMAN, M PRIEST. Lodge Pride of Alberta, No. 293. Sou o! [ftftart taettt Mwt in KbiRtti of Hall trrry flr-jt STH! tiinl Timwday m the wontb at 3 P.BS. aivrajt Walter Apptety, W. 57.