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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 24, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR LETHSRIDGE, ALTA., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 24, Hayr Bros. SEE US ABOUT Xmas Gifts We have one of the finest selected stocks of Cutlery and Electro Plate in Alberta, We extend a cordial invitation 10 every one to call and see our stock, You iiiici it an easy matter to select A your friend BRYAN NON-COMMITAL Evaded Question as to Hit Position in the Next Presidential j Election j 1 Fitt-sburg, Fa., Dec. the. I Democratic party is still alive, but i you would hardly suspect it in Penn- 1 was the remark made by j William J. Bryan as he arrived at the Union Depot at 1 a.m. on his way to Uniontown, Pa., where-he will .speak tomorrow. The commoner was i plainly out of temper. Asked his f i opinion of a bill which has been pre-I pure-1 making the salary of the pres- j idwiit of the United States the thrice defeated candidate "No, no. he gets enough now, or atj least I woulii not be in favor of such U-ilal, IrttMi FrrihsExeeci Hayr Bros. a bill." "National Chairman Mack is quot- ed as saying you may again be a in 1912. Is that- was asked nryan. "Do you think I ought to sjsii Mr. Bryan, Isutrhing, bat not further. ii .he proposed Col. j J. 'M. Guffey, of 'Pittsburg, whom.he j threw off the National committee at i Denver, but who will now return to the 'committee, Mr. Bryan laughed luadlv, saying: "Really, I had not Wky KetStorf a Saviflf Ntw Money is more plenti- ful now than at any other season, and you can make a good start before the New Year. A' Ssviccs Account in the Union Bank of Canada will give you a tori able feeling cf security and make it easier to keep on saving. fr.oo starts-an'account, and deposits of and upwards are received. Interest at the highest current rate is paid 4 times a year. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH: J. R- Anderson, Manager. "Kid" Howell Beat Snedden At Taber Pugilist in a Fight at Taber -He Lived in Lethbridge. 'Oec. Ho wells HARDWARE MEN Phone 75 P.O. Box 27 'arranged my plans with the thought j Tommy Snedden of Taber night in the fifth round Patented Sectional Houses Manufactured in Vancouver. B.C., of the very best Kiln- dried Lumber, in latest de- signs. Prospective builders do well to write me before deciding on a house S. A. Spencer AGENT and BUILDER, CARDSION of nitviiiig Mr. Guffey." i _____. "NO TREATING" CLUB. j Guelph, Dee. members of St. James'' Church have taken a unktue course to combat the evils of the liquor traffic by the organiza-! cidedly the advance of Snedden as I lion of a "no treating" club. is a professional boxer, .of three 1 members in joining sign a .pledge j years' experience, Snedden says I that they will neither treat nor be! Inis-bout was his the pugilis- treated at the A CHALLENGE CO-OPERATIVE PORK PACKING PLANT Expect That Pork Commission Recommend One. Will Edmonton, Alta., Dec. be- lieved that the Government Pork Commission, who concluded the tak- ing of evidence yesterday, will in their report Government this week recommend Government aid to the establishment of a co-opera- tive pork packing plant among the farmers of the province; and report that according to the, evidence they had adduced finch institutions would be revenue-producing; The Pork Commission, of whicli R. A. Wallace, High'River; is chairman; A. G. Harrison, Edmonton; Jas. Bow- Tv, Whom It May Concern: j ers. Red Deer, are other members, I hereby challenge any light-weight j yesterday afternoon visited the Grif- boxor, 135 to 140 pounds, ringside, 1 fin packing plant; north, of Edmonton in the Ope rV" House. The scheduled to go twelve rounds ended in the fifth.. Both jnen are sluggers and gluttons for punishment, Ho wells had de- 10 nieet me on terms and conditions which may be arranged through my local. manage "Kid" Seaman. 1 expect tu make Lethbridge my home in future and will guarantee for my part good clean sport in all matches pulled "off. "KID" HOWELL. Ail attempt is made to ar- irange a match to be pulled-of! on New Year's day with Chas. Burrows, liave joined. Other churches ;are ako considering a similar campaign. oar. The idea has I tic arena, Snedden 29 years of taken hold, aud quite a number of age, and weighs 160 Winds while "Kid" is 22 yeai-s old VnU tips the. Round a few Viioments of j ineffective sparring: V.izing j other up. Kid landed SneVlden a hea- vy rigat hand -swing on tit e left kid- ney, followed -with, a tcHrifiiV-left hand blow to the stomach. -SneoMen dropp TORONTO ELECTIONS. Toronto. Dec. 23.-Xh r ,A nominations were hem today, a.-? Jos. jLindella. Board of Control F. S. jSpence. W. S. Harrison, W. P. Hub-j municipal j kard in H. C. Hocken J J. Ward nt G. R. Geary, Oli- ver (present Thomas Davies. A. Dotijrlas, J. H. BrSggs. and J. Jaiue? riales. E. B. Noble. James j O'Hara, F. J. Sabine, and J. Simp-j -f 1 Ring Up 108 When you trail t DRAYING Done promptly and satisfactorily (ret our f JOHN -BRODIE: Place Your Orders for PRICES on Corrugated Iron Gralvciuized and Painted Metallic Siding Metallic Shingles before buying eliewhere We have just placed a curload of the well-known Metal Shingle and Siding Co.'s yoods in stock Office and Factory Gor. SOUND and BQffiFSS Telephone 153 M II! Elegant Collars Iu the latest styles at all prices What better Senas Present" than a Pretty Large selection in Silk and Net from DRY GOODS STORE Westmin- ster Road North Ward ed upon one knee, but and landed with. Ms right slight body blows In return as gong ;sounded. t '5 Round sparred cautiously. Ho wells landed a stiff left Ion the wind. During ;tne clinch, whiqv fol- lowed Snedden struck twice anil was d by the referee. J showed signs Bound tiie call of time ptow- ells showed no sign of fatigue. Taft has expressed the desire cious swing upon the wind and j that the new ambassador, whoever company ..-with- N. H. Sorensen, a pork packing expert'''from' Denmark. The commission was fortunate in lecuriug the evidence of N. H. Sor- ensen, late of Denmark, as to the system of- co-operation practiced by the farmers of that country. Den- mark has always up as an of the success of co-operti-. ttud yet the principle has-not been very generally understood. The evidence of Mr. Sorensen is valuable, of Frank. A good exhibition is as- as it shows wherein: Alberta farmers s tired of the "manly art" as both! have the foundation for any co- are saW-to K- j operation scheme that they, may pro- mote if they wish to follow the exam- ple of Denmark. The features of. the Danish co-opera- t live principle, as applied to pozk Extravagance of.-American Ambassa-j-packing plants, are as WHITELAW REIO MAY RETIRE dor Has Offended President Elect LcvrJ.don. Dec. circles here it-is-eta law' Eeid will quit the diplomatic service when the new administration comes into power at Washington. Mr. Reid -has caused it to be known that he is willing to continue at his post but has been unable to obtain any .intimation from Washington that President would be pleased to permit him to remain at the Court of St. James. A story has reached London from Washington to the effect that the extravagant splendor maintained by i i. me tanners-assume rail mianduu j obligation for the -plant. They 'as- diploniatic Uume separately and jointly the lia- bilities of the concern by "-signing ;bcTids. .'Thesev-bonds are the basis on which the concern is conducted, as they enable all the money required to be borrowed from the farmers' hanks throughout Denmark. The usiness is carried on from year to year on borrowed capital. The farm- ers sign the bonds on the principle of each for all and all for each. They know one another and have perfect- confidence in each other. Circum- stances .beyond' their control forced them -to spontaneously assume this Mr. Reid has displeased the present j attitude. The Danish Government- and incoming president. It is said Knowing the popularity and anticipating the de- mand for Leather Goods as Xmas Presents we order- ed a pretty and serviceable line of Yard, Smith St Phone 195 ill Coal Delivered Anywhere in Town C.O.B. All kinds of Draying and Contract Work executed with despatch I PHONE 289 flayr Transfer Co. RING UP 180 SSffi rancy Plain Leather Goods ai nd Foe Alberta Railway and Company Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THE MARKET Lots Noriii oftiie Eaiiroati 200 west of Wesbninsteriid. FROM EACH Also a few Acre Lots East of Westminster Road, each TERMS EASY One-third cash, one-third A months, balance 12 months. Interest B per cent, per annum Kpply Siberia Railway ani! Irrigation Co, (land LEtftftridge, ftlta. In ladies' handbags, pur- ses, traveling cases :6tc. Also 5. uiie iiae OL Goods that men preciate. den fell to the floor aguinst but was up in. an instant, but appear ed groggy as the gong sounded. Round call of time tioth walked briskly to the centre. den having regained ibis- strength. With a heavy blow a rusk Howells was forced through ropes. He wells received a right on the chest; The mix this stage of the garne was exciting-; The fijrbiing was furious when tht: he shall be shall revert to the sim- 'plicity of the of the past. former 'ambassadors WINTER WHEAT AT PRINCE ALBERT Prince Albert,, Dec. D. Thompson, president of the agri- cultural society, has -been remark- ably successful in experimenting with iali wheat. The provincial" has no hand in the co-operative prin- ciple, but assists materially in secur- ing sncl safeguarding the market fa- cilities lor the finished product. 2. The farmers guarantee to supply the hogs to the co-operative concern in their districts. :This they have done in spite of attempts made by competitive private the hogs. S. Submission of the farmers to the directors is conceded. The manage- ment do all the business and return nil the proceeds to the supporters'of the. plant according to their patron- gong sounded. Snedden. received by-.i sent him _enough -Alr concern on with bor. far-the most punishment. beita red to sow five-eighths of an and off this patch he harvested -D j E TT Qti i' Hound 5. Howells forced this round A i'9 1-2 bushels of wheat. a heavy, right quickly followed t 66 pounds to the measured bu- mi i. The wheat by a succession of well placed smash- es about the body Snedden fell to the floor completely exhausted. He fail- ed to come up when the fatal nine was counted, and was declared by the j referee, knocked out. Sixty per cent, of the net proceeds went to the winner. A fairly good sized ho'ise greeted the combatants. From a pugilistic point of view the battle was clean and scientific. A. L. Wood was referee and D. W. .Burns t me keeper Howc-H's seconds were Peterson and Hassal. Snedden's sec- onds were Parkinson and Nairn. How ell possesses much speed in footwork, his whole make up is of the loose- This winter he is expenment- mwith five acres' V.W. J. BELL APPOINTED rowed capital year after year, with a readjustment every seven years. This, Mr. Sorensen showed to be the principle in the operation of the Horsens co-operative pork packing establishment., of -which he was one of the founders. What were the circumstances lead- Dec. J. Bell, Sas- ing up to the co-operation of the hag been appointed to the i Mr. Sorensen was asbed r-i of governors of the University through C. Marker, who acted as in- S'iskatchcwan; in succession to j terpreter. Medals, who resigned to ac- "In 18S6 the introduction of the pro- portfolio "ament. in the provincial I position he may find himself, he can hit, and hit hard enough to hurt his man, Sneddec. although defeated, did excellent work and if properly trained would give his victor a hard fight. There was nn interesting prelimin- FINE NEW STORE. tective principle in Germany's fiscal policy left Denmark without a mar- ket for farm produce. The co-opera- tive idea was begun in connection with the creameries, -arid spread to the hog industry. Several meetings '.vere held under the direction of the beyond that of the average j Horsens Agricultural Society, when Especially is this noticed at] estimates were procured of the money Leth.bridge's business houses show an eirt'Tpiir0- and present an appear- ance citv. this season of the year, when the winclovr dresser displays his ability at, that art. Citizens of our citv; ft Coleiial Photographic Co, at talm ii nrtqnpMc loom I ail 2 OMfellm' Hock Cir. iBMid Md toff ifii Are you having Photographic troubles? Call and we will help you. Our technical staff is always at your service, and.any question will be, cheerfully an-, swered ADVICE GRATIS Amateur Photographers specially invited TROUBLE is not in our Vocabulary Developing, Printing- and Fin- ishing done for amateurs. All work finished inside of 3 days WANTED 100 MEN To get their work done in the Lethbridge Hotel onup FOUR BARBERS NOW WORKING Strictly first-class work; done. Electrical treat- ment and compressed air f III the litest things in Restarts WESTERN CHURCH GROWTH Rev. Mr. Wagner Tells of Construc- tion of Numerous Edifices for Worship required to establish a plant, the means of procuring it, and the num- ber of hogs available. The reliability reason to be proud of the enter-] of each farmer was decided on, and of the merchants in a guarantee bond was submitted to to their taste so attractively and ex- each. A division of the country was ary between. Lc-yd.Whip and Bert tfnisively_ J1 shouid be an easy mat, made into districts, which were pro- ter to buy Christmas gifts and an] portioned in 'area to the number of hogs that each could, supply. After thft initial difficulties were surmounted a determined effort was made to a good place on the -British market, and to investigate the store will'compare with-the i Irish system of hog production. Pure Alberta. Every part of the store has bred Yorkshire boars were procured, Blake, two young feathenreiffhts. The bout lasted-nearly- Ihree rounds, dur- ing -which Whip was thrice knocked, down, the last time to stay. He was led to his room where he soon re- vived. Before the contest commenced, Tom Parkinson announced that Charlie Burrows of Frank, Alta., would chal- easiiar inatter to want to after walk- ing down our Our meat stores are qune to the standard set by the other business men. Picha .and -.Miron's 'enlarged afterwards accepted "oy Howclls. Kid Howell, previous to going to T.iber to fight, was employed in Mark Johnston's tailor shop, Lethbridge. been fitted up anew. The floor is of i plastic cemont, a sanitary ma- and Denmark succeeded in getting satisfactory reputation in point of for Xmas Present The White Furniture Co.'s com- fortable Rockers, Handsome Writing Desks, also upholstered Settees and Chairs. White Furniture Co. Bowman Block Crabb Street ierial which is very easily cleaned, (quality and uniformity." The walls are covered with sanitary oilcloth. A new marble top counter with tile facing, thrse .sets of computing scales, nickle plated back fixtures, meat racks and mirrors-give BROKE QUARANTINE. Chatham, K.B., Dec. Ma- heny and bride, who broke quaran- tine two weeks ago in order to'get the store a quality, tone and an were released from quaran- pearanca that is creditable. A new this morning, and were each plate glass fronV adds the finishing {fined touch to make a thoroughly tip __ ,-_____ .._____.................___ date meat store. The freezing plant and saxisage. kitchen are installed in the basement. The meat will be unloaded at the roar of the store, placed on trucks, and run in on a track. A new and ,up to date refrigerator for oysters, and poultry has also been placed in the store. The office is so placed as to be of the greatest convenience to the staff in dealing with customers and receiv- ing and filling orders by phone. The firm have thirteen on their pay drivers, two office men, four meat cutters, and three men to look after the slaughter .house. This firm, and also P. Burns and Co. and the management of the Palace Meat Market, cordially invite the public to visit their stores and see dis- piny of Xmai, meats. (Winnipeg Free Press.) Rev. L. H. Wagner, presiding elder of the Evangelical association, spent yesterday in the city, having arriv- ed from Kegina on Saturday, on his way to Berlin, Ont., to spend the Christmas season. He preached yes- terday for Eev. E. J. Betehel, pastor of Ebenezer church, Alexander ave- nue, and administered the sacrament of the Lord's Supper in the morning in German, and in the evening in English. Rev. J. F. Buente, of Neu- dorf, Sask., assisted him in the ser- vices. He is on his way to Bonfield, Kankakee county, Illinois, to spend the winter with his friends. Elder .Wagner states that church building in the western fields has just been completed for this season, by the erection of a parsonage at Medicine Hat, where Rev. J. S-.. Damm is the pastor, preaching both in- Httglish and in German. A tem- porary church building, which is fo be ioto a parsonage when a new church is built next has been constructed at Melville, Sask. Eight miles f.roin that point, near Birming- ham, the presiding elder dedicated a church two weeks ago. He has dedicated four new churches in Al- berta, one at Medicine Hat and two at country points in the Cypress Hills and one south of Lethbridge, at War- ner, this fall. The value of the six -churches is estimated at and the cost has all been secured in cash subscriptions, with the exception, of a small still to DP. raised. The pastor at Warner is Rev. M. J. Conner, who came to that district with a settlement of Iowa people took up the work of the church and has done well. The land company whteh is principally interested in that vicinity gave not only the site for the church, is the first one subscription also oi building cost but, built, as it a cash The Church union is being carried out in as Mcthodsts, Presbyterifois and oth- ers unite in forming the congrega- tion. The services are ail held- in the English language. BYE-ELECTIONS IN B. C. Victoria, B.C., Dec, bye- elections Trill be held on January 9th in tliis province. One in Revelstoke, necessitated by the fact that Thomas Taylor, the new Minister of Works, mast appeal again to his constitu- ents, and another in Nannimo, ne- cessitated by the resignation of J. K- Hawthornthwaite. store is just completed in time for Christ- mas. We will to show our patrons the lar- gest and best assorted stock ever shown in this city, Our Prime Steer Beef and other Fresh Meats are unexcelled in quality. We, have taken special care to assort our poultry. also have a full line of Delicacies, such as Oysters, Crabs, Shrimps, Lobsters, and a large variety of Fresh and Smoked Fish. Give us a call and we will do our utmost to satisfy you. PicKe (SL Mirori ;