Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 28, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta
DCCCMMft tt, I1M. THEUOOTT ACT i-flst" old cf ItfUUtion, and many people probab- ly it in not in force aa? where ia Canada-but a re Only recently an efcort was made to rtpeal.the act in Westmoreland coun- ty. New Brunswick, but the act w sufttaififtd by a 'bif majority. Ev the City of MonL'toa voted strongly in favor ol the act; iollowin astt for a is of that oariy hi Side FAMOUS LONDON HOUSE OofttiowomaB.) Tha hotHM ia Oroavaaor whieh Louias, Part ass of has jwot haa bawa tha tuwa a4 the Bsjto for Hsfrowhy, t waa oaoa vssy aaarty tha of L groat tragedy, for it was bars the Cato street conspirators to cany oat thair doaigfl. muttoa and have oidy a TEMPLEMAN tot Vancouver, from reliable sourcai ihortlT eeat In Lord Harrowby waa Priry- was the custom Dominion 'cainet adTiere; from tively ;that for TenipkmAn er'a the dinner, however, a fetter handed to luxd Harrow by, as he rtdiof iii the Park, which betrayed the plot, aad on the, afternoonof7the day the meeting place oi- tha conspi- rators in Cato street (BOW Horace off the Edgware road, waj en- tered by the police and they all captured. They had7actually provid- ed themselves with bags for carrying away the heads of their lumber Co. Ltd. teta jw VB IM Mf rtittt M Uv, MT Cnfc 4 btf MM! It tf Mttir tkn The Sooth Alberta Lumber Co, Ltd. Corner Ford 50 HE AD OF OH. i. OA4MAITH 914 tedpaih BQjQBfi: Belon I 74 DR. J. Physician, ol t. LOVIRINO Oftet ia Odd nor Round OfLm -Protn II to tad Duflerin S stu- p.m.; 3 to ft; From 2.30; 6 to 6. Day prairie1 province" Entire V Euroka at the THE KINO OF A MAN HEEDED. High Commiaaionor at London, England, must be man ol financial means, but he must not be alone. Canada wants aa its ropraaohtativo in tha capital of the Empire, a distusguiahed citizbo. of this country, "t man with intellectual gifts and platform ability a man who will always be' able to represent us with distinction, ou every great occa sion, and there are many such. men. in the old land. It would be a to send as our Commissioner a of wealth only, whose sole ambition is to entertain lavishly and if pos- sible, to be made a Lord or an Earl. We want who will serve Cana- da well and. be foremost amongst the ambassadors of the colonies. Stirling At the meeting pi the Literary and DEVrLlN Ottawa. Dec. Chas. Dev lin, minister of coloaisatioa and mines for the: pro ;ol Quatiec, "M i iillapar mer yeaterday. viasT' ituflerinf from a oold contracted pofc 'itkftl in QurtweT German Between ISatfe'i and Roy's f611o wed by" a buaineaa' meeting. Mr. Sykes was elected chat man pro teni the absence of tha president. The minutes of the vious meeting were read and approv- ed. The following projgramine was then rendered: recitation, Hiss Em- ma Boyson; song, Miss Sarah reading-, Selection from the mas Mr. C.-W. solo, Mise Clare Kiddie; Bert Holman; piano sole, Mrs. Alif Erick- son Miss- Elizabeth Adams. Then followed the report ol the com appointed to draw tution. A constitution was -adopted. One of the purposes of the brganfza- was to Lethbridge New Dayton PACBTBC ANNUAL, and Geldings Tf at City laiicl RODGERS4YOING SakSUWes St. Gtaduaie ol KorthweMera Oaiva 111. jMKee to U; 1 to. I. and J, MacbanaW Mack DOCTORS y EWBURN 'eV DCANE Before a.m. 741 p.m. LOOK AFTER THE SOUTH FIRST., liajnentary proceedafe. Tha Tbe Alberta governmant would be were considered one-by -in well advised if it abandoned any catea amended slightly; have of assisting railways a lew build into the north and open up the of -rtta- of order; thfe country beyond Edmonton. the clock kept moving and sV pit the Southern Alberta is aLaady open- Uneeiing out of-order according "to ai ed up and all it requires to make iU bylaw wnich had already been' adept- people more prosperous and To gtraightea "but the tangle one ed is railways. gentleman moved that The far north is not sufficiently adjourn but meeting tkd yet to warrant the building of Vote the motion- down. Howwrer, railroads and there's no reason forlwhen the vote was talan the motion the provincial government to assist carried. So the meeting abut up lines to .tater. country for while a few minutea before it onization fiurposes. The ;jiost urgent needs are these of the people pd'pulatingf tho older and longer" settled sections ol the pro- vince. From. Lacombe north to 1 raonton there are several branches of the C.P.E. arid the-main lines of the C. N. R. and G-. T. P. to supply the transportation needs. South of La- combe there is only ond railroad, the C.P.R., and it really only touches a patch of this great, fertile territory. The South most be given the rail- looked as though it might last all night. The committee reported that arrangements had been made so that Society will meet every eve-rung at in the meet- g house. It has been suggested that next debate be on the subject, "Besolved that the time is ripe for the incorpor- ation of Stirling as a town." SPECIAL ORDERS for rt Bread For Chrittmas received up to fh? City's Popular Restaurant Goods DeliTered Tbandky ASpecJAltyWithUt WHEN JOU WANT TIE cm mm ROBT. SCOTT, Prop. In Grassy Lake go to MAH TO YATT 'Aita. CANADIAN PACIFIC DR. J. B, Grtdnateoi Western Univt-r 1 aiyl Cleveland Ohio. OFFICE-WHITNEY BLOCK Pbooe W V MADAM NORVAN (OrcHeatni PiMii-UV Teacher of argan 'i.5- Western excursions or pupibi, prepara- tory or advanced. Coaching for exams. Hawanl Hauao. Crabb "Hypnotizing rtka tonight. a Wife" at the Eu- not bo considered just at: present in the plans of the Alberta government. OUR POINT OF VIEW Saskatoon Conservatives showed; good spirit when they allowed the new cabinet minister in Saskatche- wan, Hou. A. P. McNajb, to Ixs re- turned by acclamation. Mr. McNabb can be of great service to Saskatoon, and tha 'iact that his Conservative friends acted in such a kindly way, Uterti WMmt Shot Orders at all Hoars Oliver Block Phone Raymond Raymond, Dec. more beauti- j ful Christmas morning was perhaps never seen before by niany people than yesterday was. Many ate Christmas dinner yesterday with the doors open. A large dance was given in the Op- era House last evening. The hall was crowded. Several couples from (Magrnth were over. A Miss Annie Klein iroin Spring will nwe him more eager to promote t, -r that city s interests in- Legisla- was not alone in observ- ing a two day holiday at Christmas. In Toronto and Brantford, Ont., some of the largest factories closed down Friday and Saturday and paid their employees 'vagoa for I'-e two days. That was the Christ- mas spirit. lea went to Lethbridge Thursday and cami3 to Raymond Friday and spent j Christmas here. She leaves today for Spring Coulee. The bankers from Hagrath spent Christmas with the bankers here. Miss Siah Davies, who has been at- tending school at Cardston, is spend- ing tbo holidays at home. Kiss Roy Matson and sister Miss Ada Matson, went to Taber today. Ctal Dtlwel TtwiCO.D LOW ROUND TRIP RATES to St. Paul and Minneapolis, Minn.; Milwaukee, WU.; Chicago, III.; Coun- cil Bluffs, Dev Moines, to'wn, Odar Rapids, Waterloo, Sioni City, Fort Bodge, Dubuque and Wa- terloo, Ia.; Omaha. Neb.; Kansas 7, St. Joseph and St. Louis. Mo. Ticket) on daily DEC. I to 31, INCLUSIVE good to return within .three months. Apply to nearest C. P. Ry. Agent for information. Single Fare Plus for tht Round Trip MR. ERNEST F. LAYTON, Violinist, Pupil ol Qeo. W.ilbey, Londan, Kng., and of'Frank E. Blachford. Toronto, 9 open (or limited number of Pupils. Also lor Concerts, At Hornet Banquets, etc. Terms on application Phone 212. From all atatioiia in Ontario. Arthur and Manitoba. katchewan and Alberta to Port Sas- ncro All kinds of Draying and Contract Work executed with despatch Hayr Transfer Co. KING UP ISO Cox's Dairy Fresh Cream Milk from Tiffin's Farm Delivered Daily Our and Purity" PI IffII Also to OKANAGAN VALLEY and KOOTENAY POINTS Tickets on December 1, 2, MR. ALBERT ELY rapt) of Dr.. Brlggs, If. A., Singing and Voice Culture. Pupil of CKas. Htncock, Esq., F.fi G.O., L.R.A.M., Organ and Theory. Voice Culture, Pipe Organ, Piano, Harmony and Theory, Song Singing Open for Concerts. Banquete, citals. Etc. Terms on Application. Box IM Ltthhrldgt, AKa. 22; M rand-24, 1909; ;good; to return within' ihrc'e', YOU NO AND SURVEYORS Room 4-Whitnty Low Round Trip .Raiet to ONTARIO, AND MARITIME PROVINCES Tickets on sale Dec. 1 to Dee. 31, in elusive, good to return within three months. Tickets issued Hn connection Atlantic Steamship' Business will be on sale from' Kov. and limited to five months from date of issue. Standard First- class Slooping and Tourist Cars on all Through Trains 2 ThroQjjh Eiycss Trains Paity MISS EMILiE CARROLL WASTE oi KNQX. CQKSERVATbRy OF MUSIC Terms oa application. Btudio ai resiidenceV Mr.w R, H. Roberton, 607 J Crabb St. "'.'Phono" B. Morton CONYBEARE fit JONES BARRIgrrERS, SOtlTITOBfl. ETC. Offices Conybosre Block. Lethbrklg., AlWrta. w. a SIMMONS Advocato, Barrister, EU Office: Biock. Leth bridge rUNOFORTE TUNING, ETC. Organs and Pianofortes repaired, polished, etc. Good work guaranteed. WRITE HERALD OFFICE. LETHBR1DGE SCHOOL OF SHORT- HAND Oddfellows' Building. Day and Evening _Classes.. Terms on appiicatibn. 18-lm C. H. C. Banner man, of Winnipeg, and Ernest and Theodore Newman, of Pincher Creek, Alta., were members of cv party which returned from a sue cessful moose hunt in the Fisher Ri- 'r ver country, wtet of Lake .Winnipeg. They secured nine moose, several of which were unusually fine specimens. Pincher Creek with its natural gas will soon make Medicine Hat hustle to retain its right to rank as the nada. PARIS FACTORY BURNED. Paris, Ont., Dec. screen works were destroyed by fire i yesterday. Lose partly insur- ed. A Fittsburg mnn oflers S2500 for news of his vrife. "Wonder if he ever offered that much money to her when ho had her. Don't fail to the the Eureka tonight. Hypnotist at The pearl in the oyster is not to be compared with tho ten thousand dollars tho Illinois man discovered 5n a tomato can. Go out and search your empty cans. i ncrv is no iieehscti in There is more vnnnry in mining evidently. The deposed Copper King IJi cr.tertfl.ined a bevy of chorus girls at a dinner and the fnvors were crisp S100 bills concealed in walnuts. A fool and his raoucy arc soon rvirtvd. "The Devil" vras played in a Tor- onto Theatre last week. It was thing new to the people of that city JANUARY FOURTH We open up that stock oi Wallpaper tho manufacture of the world famed Colin Mc- Arthnr Co. Ltd. The sample books and prices will make yon all come smiling. IK HCT1K fWO For Sale-Coal Mine Machinery 6 Boilen, 150 h.p., 125 Ib. working 2 Second-hand Beturn Tubular Boilers, 60 Ib. workimg pressure 2 Ingersoir-Sergeant Class A Sirsigbt Line Air Wheel Saddle Tank Steam Lccomotiye, 42 in. 3 Lidgenrood Electric Mine Hoists, 75 h.p. 4 Jeffrey Electric Locomotives, 36 in. gauge 1 Aldrich Portable Electric Mine Pwnp, 30 in. gauge 1000 Hadfield Manganese Steel Mine Car Wheels, 18 in. diameter 10 Tons in. Square Soft Steel, new, suitable for making mine car ax lee All the above equipment in good workable condition and offered for immediate shipstsst, subject to prir.r sale. Owing to above machinery having been re- placed by larger equipment, we are prepared to make it to your advantage to investigate fully before pur- chasing elsewhere. Full particulars upon applica- tion to The Crow's Nest Pus Coal Co. Ltd. J. B. TURXEY, Purchasing Agent Fernie, B.C. THE "TORONTO EXPRESS" Leaves Winnipeg daily at 3.10, mak- ing connect'oria at Toronto ior. afl points east and -west thereof. Apply to nearest C.P.R. Agent for full information. For Christmas and New Ysars Holidays tho Canadian Pacific way announces a rate of fare ana ono-third for tho round trip. Tickets on sale Christmas, Decembor 21 22, 23, and for New Years, Do- cembor SS, and 31 and January finar return limit on all tickets, January S, HOI. 7-15 SON JOHANNES H. MACM1LLAN, Pupil of Henri of Bbme, Italy; Carl Simins, of Berlin, Ger- many. HIGH-CLASS SCOTCH MUSIC A Open for recitals, banquets, concerts, etc. For territe apply" Col- lieries, Lethbridge. ALTA. Office BeVidenee Phone IM B. ARCHITECT I Whitney Block. JAS. A. MACOONALp ARCHITECT MacdonaM Block, Rodpath Stroot AIU. W., M. DODD, AKCHITECT Calgary, Specialist in Fireproof ing. Sanita- tion Heating and Ventilation. Ernest E. Carver M.B.A.A., M.R.A., A.A.I.C Etc Lethbridge Office Bryan Block A. F. t O. R. A, Regular meeting nighf, the thirrt Thursday of each month in Hall, P. 0. Block, a 8 p.m Viaiting brethren .will always a welcome. A.C.ME88BH, W. M: SeenUry. P. 1st atd 3rd Mondays Hall at o'clock. 8 L. M. JOHN8YOME Barristor and Stlkitot Office adioinint Union Visiting brethren are cordially invited. G DAVIES, W.P 24-ly T J. WHITE, W.S OW TOP FOR MORE QUALITY for better quality beer than tha Al- berta's Pride brand would wear out a cssc" of nhscs in the search for it. It is a dear beer lo en fternei beer to buy, "because it costs no more for your_ purchasing than inferior goods. Wo deliver cast lot? riRht at your door tree of oxtra cost, LETBBRIDGE MALTING COMPANY. Ltd WetUfB Chartered Corpormikki Ud. Capital Financial Fiscal Agents Broken. for Royal CoMerks LM HEAD B. C. You worth can always got at the Eureka. your money's W. R. BROWN Hausthold Furniture. AH classes of Signs painted. Carriage Painter House Painter Paper Hanger Wood finisher, etc. Phone Avt. LtTHBRIDGE LOOtefc NO. 1 C. B. P. O. C. Moeta oo the aeeood TaesJay ad jionth at 8.18 f.m. E. A. SHARK AN. M. RUStT, E. R. Lodge Pride of Alberta, No. ta if bN ia tW of tali f.nvt and taird Taipsiaxt io. at 3 p.m. trHkrvm ohrayn wtl WMter Apf4eb.