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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 2, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta roun LETHtRIDQE, ALT A., SATURDAY, 'JANUARY 2, IM9. British Photographic Co. Cwntrdal Pfcotofnplun tod Itilm ii Pfcitograpiic Supplies looms 1 and 2 Block Cor, Rouid and Duffm Are you having Photographic troubles? Coll and we will help you. Our technical staff is always at your service, and any question will-, be cheerfully an- swered A GIFT FROM THE QUEEN. Her Majesty Sends a Valuable Pres- ent to Lady Others Remembered. York, Doc. steamer Adriatic, which arrived here yester- day, had on board six large cases, containing several hundred copies of Queen. Alexandra's book of photo- graphs. They were corxsiyned to Sir Edward S. Clouslon, Bart., general manager' of the "Montreal, and are to be given as presents to hundreds of prominent Canadians. UNCLE SAM INi THE REAR GUARD Not In the %afe of the purser also ivas a In the Vanguard'Of Democracy j Ithaca, Dec. a message to the students GRATIS Amateur Photographers are specially invited TROUBLE is not in our Vocabulary Developing, Printing- and Fin- ishing done for amateurs. All work finished ic side of 3 days Christmas present of jewelry from the Queen to i University, where he-was. at. .one time Lady Laurier, wife of Sir Wilfrid j a professor, Golchvin Smith, the -Brig Lander, the Prim ada. While you are interested in our stock of Christmas goods in silks, Japanese ware and toys, don't forget that our CAFE still affords the best in the eating line Chow Sara Co. SHORT ORDERS AT AIL HOURS Minister, of Can-j lish publicist, scholar, and educat- or, reviews for his friends in. Ithaca ----------j the remarkable changes that have tak ea place in the world during his life- time. Some months ago he p'rom'is- j ed to write a message for the Cornell Era if he could still move his pen, for his eighty-six years made it dif- ficult for him to write he said; He fulfilled his promise, and the Christinas number o' the magazine contains a short article entitled, "Then and Now." It says: "Eighty years ago'in an old house town a little boy ty, and tht guests all joined iu the Iwas lviljg m listening to the third. The BowvilJe orchestra fur-1 Christinas chimes, perhaps to the nivshed the music. The bride wore a beautiful of white silk while the bridesmaid, the firn with the flint, steel Miss Brandvold wore white with pink! and tinder box of the olden time, ribbons. The hall was beautifully j Since that morning what changes! .decorated with wedding bells and! "The main storm of the French He- .creen" leaves. At midnight a sump-i volution may said to. have-ended tuous wedding supper was served, I Waterloo. But then? has been a which all did justice to. The guests i series of afterblasts which has chang- nuinbered over 175 grown people and i ed the political SOCIAL AFFAIR AT BOWVILLE Bowville, Dee. reception dance was given iu honor of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Williams' nee Hilma Pe- terson., in the Bowville PI-til Monday evening, Dec. 28, 190S. At i' o'clock the strains of 'the wedding march, played by Miss Marjorie Thompson.. were heard when the bridal party en- ters! the hall. The first two dances were waltxe.s, given to the bridal par-! OI' Bread We are proud of the qua- lity of our bread. It is tasty and mitritious. Our home-made bread is like the kind mother used to bake. We have six differ- ent kinds and we are specialists in each. The .proof is in the eating. WEDDING CAKES A SPECIALTY THE CITY BflKERY ROBT. SCOTT, Prop. LETHBRIDGE MEN SELL BUSINESS n i last call of the watchman street, and looking at the servant face of all Europe all join in wishing the young couple is -now apparently extending it- a happy and prosperous life. self to the hitherto stagnant East, j may set down in some -measure to j STOCK QUOTATIONS As Furnished by Beale Cranbrook, B.C. 30th, Bid Aurora Consolidated B.C. Amalgamated .03% B. C. Copper 7-75 Smelters 75.00 Canadian Xorth'West Oil .35 Elwell Can. Goldfields Fire Brick Diamond Coal Internationa] Coal Cpke .0 .50 Bt. Boniface, Man., Dec. I Nicola Coal ator Bernler died this afternoon. Ring Up 108 I T When yon want MAYING Done promptly and satisfactorily. y JOHN BRODIE: North Star Eoyal Colllerie? Society Girl Sullivan Asked .25 .06 8.00 35.00 -40 .05 .53 .05 10.10 .15 .37 .25 30.00, .12 :ng 1.44 1.45 SUDDEN DEATH JH-TORONTO Toronto Dee. Dunstan, a man 50 oi age, dropped dead at a board'n" house, 428 Jarvis St.', this morning. .He was secretary of Uae Standard Swck and Mining Ez- the same account the overthrow by' civil war of the same power in the United States. force everywhere has been democracy, generally triumphant advancing to rule apparently-even in Russia and in England completely pos sessed of the legislative seat of real power, the House of Commons, though a remnant of aristocratic con- trol still retains a precarious. exist- ence' in the House "of Lords. "The United States now instead of i being the vanguard of democracy I might almost be 'said to be its rear- {guard, the power of the '.Presidency I ami of the Senate ruafiing its consti- i tution in some parts the most conser- vative of the set. less but rather more momen- tous than thp political movement and fraught with ultimate change' is the advancy of science, which in two or three generations has been almost miraculous and has carried mechani- cal invention it, itechanical In- vention, with steamship, rail and tel- egraph, is bringing the nations into i far closer communication and making oi" them in some almost one Dispose Of Concern At Cole- 1M Business In Royal City SOVEREIGN BRAND CLOTHING Is made by Canada's foremost Clothing House "who for fifty years have enjoyed the highest reputation from Atlantic to Pacific for the manufacture of Men's and Boy's Clothing. Dec. At Home given by the Lodge in the Opera House on Wednesday to the members of the lodge and their friends, was a great success. A splen- did program consisting 01 vocal and instrumental music, recitations, "etc. had been prepared and was rendered in a manner that was very creditable to those who participated. Refresh- ments were served about 11.30 p.m., after -which'- dancing became the en-' tertain about, one o'clock. The evening was thoroughly enjoyed by all of the large number who at- tended: A. S. Farqubarson, J. S. Gusty and T. -Williamson, all of Fernie, were in Golemah on Monday. We intrrfclyce the neT styles We buy our materials in the best markets We use the most improved methods We furnish a better garment at the lowest price W. E. SANFORD HAMILTON, ONT. Ask for a SOVEREIGN Suit MANUFACTURING CO. Limited MAN I A HAPPY NEW YEAR to our friends and customers., and we wish that it may be crowned with goodness all the way through, and may. peace and prosperity at- tend them. A HAPPY NEW YEAR. Rochon's Kandy Kitchen ajad a brother of K. J. stan manager of the Bell Telephone company Plade Your Girders for DGHYING .WITEL... JUS. FRAME Satisfaction Guaranteed LPHONE 289 (ret pin- Iron Galvanized and Painted" Metallic Siding Metallic Shingles before buying We ]nstrplaced "a caiload of the veil-known Metal Sfiingle and Siding GJ.'S goods in i; 'MAIi-HfflCIJlife CQNPW Office and Factory f Cer MM iwl IIMPU SHEET! Telephone 153 Yard, South St 195 commonwealth. "Even ibisr movement in India is due in no small measure to the sub- stitution for the long voyage around the Cape of the short route the Suez Canal. Magical in locomotion has'been the change. "About half a century ago Greville, as he tells ns ioT'Ms' was travelling the first built of the -English railroads. -He shudders at hearing an engine driver had been, Athe pace, miles an hour, but he is happy to learn that the man has been dismissed by the company. "Emigration has now been made so SINGING: Miss Ursula Archer; pupil of the celebrated teacher, William" Shake speare, will receive pupils in singing and voice production. Also engage- ment's for Ballad Concerts, At Homes, etc. For further information address the Lethbridge Conservatory of Music. The Alberta Railway and Irrigation Company Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THH MARKET lob Korth of the Railroad and West of Westminster if FROM fa EACH fa Also a few Acre Lots East of Westminster Road, each Intent 6 per cent, per annum MMfrt MptlM ft, (UK UtMrNif, Ifo One-third cash, one-third 6 i2 Miss Margaret Macpherson Fraser, A. T. C, M. First Class, Honor Graduate of Dr. -Edward Fisher, Musical Birector of the Toronto Conservatory of Music. TEACHER OF PIANO AND THEORY SPECIALTY in'all grades prepared ior'the- Toronto Con- servatory examinations, will receive a thorough and artistic musical, edu- cation, preparing them fully for" the teaching profession, for, the concert, church and platform work, as well as for the drawing room and the so- cial circle. Personal consultation in the residence of Mrs. Wm. Hottbs, 814 Courtland St., easy that the labor markets are be- coming fused. The democrats of na- tional character can hardly fail to become less sharp. Language must always be a boundary. But even this Commerce and'-..-industry being almost always bilingual; is becoming' a less sharp division. "All nations eat the fruits of all climes. That little boy would have to grow a littlo age or beyond, before he would taste a banana. The ex- pansion of commerce'" in all lines has been immense. The humble cakeshop In old Reading, at which; that little boy bought cake has become the.great biscuit.'firm of'Hmitley Palmer, em ploying thoustuads of hands. "In one way, unhappily, inven- tion has been retrograde. It has al- ways been increasing -the construction of instruments of war, the incentives to enmity between nations or the ap- peal to "violence and destruction. growth of physical science, or the increase of its influence over the mind, have had