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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 22, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRI0CE DAILY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1909 Daily Herald Established Decombar, IM7 the Letkbridge Herald Prmtkig Co.. Ltd., every lawful evening at its office? CrabU St., bridge. Aioerta, Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN Director and Editor FWONES 12m, Editorial .News Department. 1002, Aurertiaing Circulation aud Job Departments. Subscription Rates vs-ii-y. one year, delivered six months, delivered 2.00 three mouths, delivered 1.00 Oiily. oae zaonth, delivered.....35 Jaily. one year, by mail ......3.00 six mouths, by mail ----1.75 three mouths, by mail .85 Addresses changed as often as desir- but both new and old addresses must given. j WEEKLY "coiished evt'ry Wednesday in eight pages, and contains a summary of the world's news of the week, loca foreign. y-rar. in advance mouths, in advance ........75 months, in advance ......50 THE DAILY HERALD jii sale at me following places: Cross Drug and Book J. G. Robertson Co., J. J. i'tlie stocks arc set ting smaller as the Ldays KO by- Have some consideration for the clerics and delivery boys at the stores and get your Christinas buying done as soon as possible. Whitla News Whitla, Dec. 20. Mrs. G. Shultz "and familv, of Bowbells, S. N. These are busy times for the i-yst office people. Judging from tlw nvm- ber of people at the various -.viUots whenever one KOCS there, all are being smashed. It now remains to he Commander Peary can make liuuti las claims. It is to be hoped ae io not batty also, for it would be :-oo Dad to have more lives risked and in searching for the North Pole. arrived lust week and are visiting A relatives north of town until the ar-j j rival of Mr. Shultz, who is following with a car. The dance at Seven Persons a. week was well attended, and everyone reports a 500 d lime. Mrs. Kii-barus-oti and Miss Nellie Richardson made a business trip to Bow Island on Thursday, returning the following day. HaroM Beattv and Mr. Waddell. of were here Friday. Miss Leila Richardson is home from PHONE 515 FOR YOUR Calgary to spend the Christmas lioli- The Liberals in Great Britain say [days. After two weeks' vacation she they do not want to abolish the will resume her duties at Ga'rbutt Plouse oi Lords only to reform There is plenty of room. it. There will be more routes of rail- ways built in Alberta during I91U than in any previous year. there's room. And su.'ll Business College. Warren Fuliqr came up from his claim to Sunday at the Rich- ardson home. Lots of snow, and snowing more to-day. Jas. Jordan, in company with an-j -r I other surveyor from Medicine Hat, j GROCERIES FRUITS AND CONFECTIONERY Co.. R. W. flam- 'incher E. J. Mitchell. D. L. Co aber We-sUake Bros Alberta Dnif Book -emie, B. N. E. Suddaby. >anbrook, 6. C. Beattie Atchison. 0. L. Reiaecke. -Srassy Dr. Tugham. low A. F. Werts. Alberta Hotel Newa Stand. on all C. P. R. trains. DR. COOK'S FAILURE The failure of Dr. Cook to establish his case before the University of Cop- enhagen Commission does not come as a very great surprise to the world. His strange actions and conduct'in so many particulars made people who followed his actions at all closely agree with Dr. G-renfell when he said that the mind of the Arctic explorer was affected. Now, his soli- citor, who is also a very near friend, comes out and says that if the peo- ple knew Dr. Cook's mental and phy- sical condition they would pity rath- er than blame him. That altogether likely is the truth of the whole af- fair. Dr. Cook no doubt firmly be- lieves he reached the North Pole, but his belief is nothing more than an hallucination backed up by a great amount of knowledge and experienc that has enabled him to make Ms position plausible to the credulous public. By placing his data before the Uni- versity of Copenhagen Dr. Cook got friendly, if not partial, judges and their unequivocal denial of his claims Santa Clans says that Alberta's, was here last Tuesday surveying a stocking has been just about full alt j site for a coal shed for Mr. Richard- year, and he can see little more that j son. that the people can desire. Miss Byrde Richardson, who is at- tending Lethbridge High School, is J. K. Cornwall, M.P.P., has for holidavs. Craddock Viner; Family Grocers Redptth Street Sherlock Block BEST GRADES and LOWEST at the South Alberta Lumber Co. Limited South of mills PHONE 225 Experience Counts PROFESSIONAL CARDS .1.1 I have ir> v rostrum, aid you the benefit i.f in the way I luud iu the get I J AUCTION SALES f which I conduct on reason- able terms, in town or coun- try. Advances made on re- ceipt of instructions to sell. f fun s. mwmm Best results; prompt settle- ments Tel. 261 Office Crabb St. faith in the Peace River country. But he knows that on good- authority, "faith without works is so A. Stachofski last week. Albert Pepper and at Bow Island E. L. Hughes he is working to show the world that j lcft for Lcthbridge last Wednesday to the northern part of Alberta is wjnter. Margaret Stachofski and Elsie greatest country on earth. Wireless Arndt went to Bow Island Tuesday, a posi- telegraphv on a line of steamers on the Peace and Athabasca rivers would j where the former secured surelv be a demonstration to the j world that there is something in the north country. By going right down to the head offices of the insurance companies and taking up with the chief of officials the matter of workmen's insurance. Hon. C. W. Cross gave another ex- ample of the way he does things. He goes right after them and gets close in. Any amount of correspondence or dickering with district or provincial managers would not have accomplish- Rich Gold Strike In 1 emiskaming Tordnto, Dec. Commis- sioners of the Temiskaming a.nd Nor- thern Ontario Railway this morning received a report of some startling Rev. A. McLaren, of Medicine gold 'discoveries in the North .along; I the line o fthe railway. Some time is at Whitla to-day. F. Fitzpatrick is building on his ed what one personal talk with ;cneral manager would. the There seems to be more excitement over nominations in Ottawa than there will likely be over the election of a successor to Sir Wilfrid Laurier. It's a lucky thing for this city that no one has decided to contest the by-law regarding signs on the street. claim north of town. He is from Rochester, Minn., and is accompanied by J. B. Fogarty. J. L. Roan, formerly of Macleod, but now of Whitla, bought lumber to- day of our merchant, Mr. Richardson, and is erecting a hou.se on his claim. Mr. Chester, a government veterin- ary of B. C., was here Friday and Saturday of last week. ago, indications were found of the es- tence of gold, and mining engineer Cole who is one of the best recognized authorities was sent to investigate. His report is a glowing one. Some claims are held at The town- ships in which rich bearing ore and. Aid. Bowman is right in saying that the city should keep the side- walks clear of snow. It gives em- plovment to the poor when most needed, and relieves the citizens of a disagreeable dutv .for the performance of which they are quite willing to pay through their taxes. settled the matter world is concerned. as far as the municipal election and on. the by- laws is discouraging to those citi- zens tvhe feel the need of a more ac- tive interest by the ratepayers in civic affairs. If the peopffc become careless, it is almost inevitable that the. council will become careless too. It has been said that the people are not afforded an easy means of ex- pressing their opinions, and we -be- lieve that to be true, in so far as the number of polling places are concern- ed. At tbe municipal elections there -were only two polling places, aad in the voting on the by-laws, one. That is far from sufficient. Many ratepay- ers find it difficult to get away from long enough to walk to the city offices to vote. Others, whose inter- LETHBRIDGE FOWL WON VALUABLE PRIZES E. J. Cok Had Splendid Success at Edmonton Poultry Show E. J. Cook had a number of birds at the Edmonton Poultry Show. Mr. Cook captured more than his share of the prizes, seven of which are firsts alone- with some special prizes. His showing is about the best of the exhibitors. he obtalaed. White Wyandott, 2nd 3rd; White Wyandott, pullett, 1st; White Rocks, cockerel. 1st and 3rd; White Rocks, pullet, 1st aad 2nd; Buff Rocks, cockerel, 3rd; Buff Rocke pullet. 3rd; 2-arred Rock, cockerel, 2nd; Barred Rock, pullet, 3rd; -Buff Legh-arns. cockerel, 2nd; Buff Leg- horns, hens, 1st and 2nd; R. C. White Leghorns, cockerel, 1st; hens, 1st and 2nd; cockerel, 2nd and 3rd; pul- let. 1st and 2nd; Brown Leghorxs, cockerel, 2nd. Specials Cup for the best Plymouth fowl; Silver medal for the ten highest scoring -birds; dressing table, value 512, for the highest aggregate num- ber of points by one exhibitor; set of carvers for best exhibit In Medit- erranean classes. Laugh At Lords; Fear Public House London, Dec. one has been raising trouble in the publishing trade over a story that pulp, of which a coneiderable quantity corses from Canada, would be taxed. Mr. Chamberlain, in a letter made public yesterday, says that he has nc authority to speak for the party on the question, but he. would suppose tha wood pulp would come under the heat of raw materials. The Liberals are grewing more con fident every day that proposed faxa tion of foodstuffs is'so unpopular tfcat it will neutralize which may accrue to the Conservatives from the cry "tai foreign, manufacturers." Alone, the latter cry would be dan- gerous to iberal prospects. At tfiis distance 'from date of poll- ing it would appear that in tlie final phase of the cantest all may depend on the ''effectiveness of the aid given by liquor' trade and the "big navy" party to the Conservatives. Liberals laugl at the-lords, but they fear the public house, even gold in free state are Whitaey, Tisdale, Mount Joy, Shaw and one or two other and extending down innto the Temagami district. What is known as Porcupine Camp promises to be one of the richest in America. Land in these townships is held very largely by veterans. Some of the veins locat- ed have been traced, for a long dis- tance. They range from 25 to 75 in width and are very rich. Ottawa, Dec. first Cana- dian gold to be coined into Canadian currency, is to be turned out from a. gold brick to the value of which had been deposited with the mint by Joseph Boyle, the well known Yukon miner. An. enormous meose with a spread of antlers of 72 inches, was shot at Lake .Edward, Quebec, by ,W. B. Chamberlain, a nephew of the. s. Chamberlain.- MTJRDERER DECLARED INSANE est is not sufficiently aroused. not vote unless the place of voting is near at hand. It .is important that the voice o? oa the of Nov. 4. was declared all classes of people, the interested, j insane by the jury in sessions to-day, as well as the should be and wil1 be Pla-ced in an asylum, heard through the ballot-box, and NcUsoa shot Miss Hazel because he Toronto, Dec. 21. Geo. Neilton, who shot and wounded Esther Hazel on. the i hereafter the city should have at I'-ast y'x or. more polling plnces ahout .the rnd Frtrronron have >ridr, nnd V-'f pol 7HI m _ thought she had "interfered between him and a young woman to whom he was paving attention. Miss Hazel was dangerously wounded and is still in rhe hospital. T. L Clarke RR.H.S. I Choice Cut Flowers for Christmas PHONE 591 -H-H- sad S Goo Yarn o te our or '.r.j-'.n i'rlnr; :i nd tr.ish il journey cauprht stt-nned :r y cf SATISFACTORY DRUG STORE store's rpttin.c; busier '._ A IsTET PEOFIT OF PER ACRE. f Gross returns of per acre. 0 NET PROF-IT from 13 TREES. (This -rith TO trees to the acre is equivalent to 00 per acre, net profit.) w per acre. 2> per acre. acrt. per acre gross; per acre net. per acre. per acre gross; per acre net. The above returns are claimed to have been obtained frem U. C. land by tlie earners and we have dozens more claims of a similar nature in our office. Autos Overhauled Now is the time to have your 10TOMO- BILES OVERHIOID and don't forget we can doit satisfactorily MEDICAL OR. physi clan. Bryan Block, Room 21. hours 2-5; 7-10. DR. W. S. GALBRAlTH-Physiciau Surgeon, Accoucher. 9 a.m.; 2-3; 7-8 p.m. Office 914 path St. Phone 53. DOCTORS MEWBURN AND DEANE Street. a.m.; 2-3; 7-8. DR. A. McNALLY-Of5ce Stafford Block. Residence, cor. Bornpae and Crabb. Phone: Office 277: reaideno 72. DR, J. P. ;..r Accoucher. Oddfellows' Block. Hours: Till 9 a.m. 11 to 1 3, to 5, 7 to 8. Phone: Day 104' mght, 342. The Standard Garage Co, Phone 343. Wood St. M'D" Nose and Block- Lethbrid-e, Alia hours: 9.30-12 a.m., 2-5 p.m. pm DR. GARNET T. IVES, DENTIST Graduate Eoyal College of Toronto. Stafford T.ms 6 and S- Hours 8-13 Phone 465. "S manicur, Horses for Sale JUST ARRIVED twenty head of young work horses, o 1250 to 1450 in J. F. Rodgers I Sale Stables i Wood Lethbridge o PRIVATE MATERNITY HOSPITAL. rT.he are bright, warm and well ventilated. food, wash ng done in hospital laundry Pa- tienta may have visitors any time during the day or if very if] nSv have- a fnend stav. If you were oSered such land at per acre, it would be ,a bargain. "We offer you such, land unimproved at S125.00 lo per-acre and in 4-year-old orchard at to f 350.00 per acre an.'-1, you can buy it on pay- ments of per acre per month. Are you going to let this opportunity slip Or do you think it is worth investigating If go, drop us a card or call and see us. Arrow Lake Orchards M. FREEMAN, General Agent, Lethbridge LETHBRIDaE HOTEL BLOCK J But Lump an tht market, 14.25 por ton p Nut coal, delivered. Address postcard to New if jj? Barnti Mine, Royal Viow. F. WADDINGTON Phono 21! City Agont. JOHNSTONE A RITCHIE-Barn- ters and solicitors. Office, adjoin ing Union Bank, Lethbridge. L M J. Norman Eitebie Solicitors. No- K and Comrmasioruwrs Coaybeare Block, LetnbridRe. Aha loan, herd. J. C. S4.mmons; 8. J. Room Coal, Ice and PRAYING Western Transfer Co. LONG BROS. Proprietor! Office opposite Balmoral RHONE JOHN J. CAMERON-Barmter ana Solicitor. 0ffice> RoomB 2 and 3. Ot, SURVEYING T-- Surveyor, Irrigation and HT drauhc Engineer. Room 5 Whft ney Block. Phone, 205. RGHITECTS AND CONTRACTORS Fraser Valley Fruit Lands SHEW AfE? If that is your question we can stow you where the "best knds, the best location and the best market in B. C. are to be got. We are not here to sell you a piece of poor land and get the commission and then hare you tell your friends that these fellows are no good; that we sold some- thing that We want you to be able to' tell us proposition is genuine. We realize the fact that if we give you a good deal you will come back. Come in nnd let us discuss with you the possibilities in fruit and truck farming in the Prascr Tallry. LODGE MLtCRTA. Stfli jf Igari hnefit Societ) ia the every first tni" the nouth at apply W. J. W. Oddfedllpwi' Hall thiri Wednogday for lull ftm4 T. Robinp Box Block, Alta. Kedpath Wf Calgary ana Lethbndge. Specialist in heating and ventil E. Carver. M.B.A A LETH pill DOE CALEDONIAN SOCIETY Hall, Gln It oroainf 7.30 Clak jaoto open gundiy All SooteMen A. L. J. H. KELLJE; Box MO. Is? n tl >r> of P 6'oloo.s. WILLIAM I WATTS-Buiider and Con tractor; is prepared to give estimate free of cost on all kinds of werk the building trade. iHcludinp etc. Box 516 Lethbndge, Alta. ERBtRT RAMSDEN-Contractor for foundations, concrete walks mentB-. and all kinds of r- Leth bridge, Alta Apply y8u 81 anc nage painting, paper decorating, etc. 25 Piione 124. Box 300 Argyle wal. 278-0 UNDERTAKING ADDISON Wier.s and Embalmers. estabHshed iii Phone 102. Office and GUS iv W.F V 3. ImDcriaJ Bank o A.F. Jit A.M., G H.A. irT-t- ;hf tlr.rd of r in IV.IB- M.KP nr.c f p.m. hrplht T. S. FETTERLY__Kuseriii jjurlors iu city. "I' Cats. Pii vOors ACCCUMTAMT W O. Bor 1 p.r. frori corner Vs' Arnerfca stre s'tiinstsr -Iior.d Pord St. 1 1- C. L. w rt ivP, Corp; broU.-rs for Af! ;