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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 5, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta TOO LKTHIMIDOC, ALBERTA, TUESDAY, JANUARY I, mail Dally, months, by mail Herald? one year obanced an often as to read something like this: "Three of a kind, beat two pair." On one occasion a bright young man undertook to get the better of the dealer. Entering the store he ;Facestryin the United States, recent-! said-to the proprietor: "You- sell spoke at .Ottawa on the vital qucs shoey accord ins: to the rules of poker tion of "The Conservation of our I see." National Resources." What he had "Yes." SAVING OUR RESOURCES. Clifford superincend-ict cf ing to that Canad- ians were horrified at amount of the old country's -..drink which worked out at an average of no than.7s. 8d. per family a week. The Bishop went on to say that, in pro- portion to population, Canada drinks only one-fourth of v.-hat the mother country did, and Canada is growing more lemperats every day." r Lights There is an enterprising dealer in men's shoes in Winnipeg who, at one time, was accustomed to display, sticking out of each pair of shoes in, his window three new one dollar bills The accompanying announcement used j f Had Heart Trouble and Shortness of Breath For Six Years, Was and Thin -Only Weighed Seventy-three Pounds. Now Weighs One Hundred and Thirteen. .When you findj'bur heart the least bit out of rhythm, your nems your breath short, don't wait until you are pro- strata! on a bed of sickucss. Take Mil- bum's Heart Nerve Pilis. They'll put 3'ou iu such, condition you'll never.know vo'u have a heart, -make your txirves strong Jind your whoSo- being' thrill with new life. MiiiMtrti's Heart and -Nerve Tills cured K. B. Bright, Burnley, Out. She s great uoar to say is worth tho j-eriows attention to -Jo .with the United in a the tendered in payment therefor "S3. j "Pardon me." said the propr'etor. was the reply. wear said the bright 'and consideration of all young man: "wrap me up two pairs have .-the: welfare of the country] of them." j at 'heart. jiWhat- he referred to, When he had received the shoes he j .urally, 'had States-, but the sa-ae smaller way, Canada Kc de- "but those shoes come to S6." dared ithat Sutv preventable K: ih of minerals is f 000: t> supply of. coal the; middle of tie next century; the-same, thing OMJI l-e MU-.' ;s; my uoart and shortness of brwiih, 1 not walk eighty rods with- or iive times iu that short distance. I got so u-cak and thin 1 'only weighed pounds. I decided ;it last take some of Milburu's Heart arid Nerve Fills, and after takiag eight boxes ,1 gimirtHa strength and weight, and now wcijjh ono hundred and thirteen pounds, the most I ever weighed i a sny life. I feel and can. work as' Mvll us ever I did, find can heartily Milburu's Heart and Nerve Pills for it all." Price 50 cents per box or 3 boxes for at all d -alers, or mailed direct on receipt of price by The T. Milburu Co., Limited, Toronto, Out. "Xot according to said the use j bright young man. with a triumphant the grin, "threo m (pair." that! true of a kind beat two responded the suave oil and-gas; that'owing to iV -uibva- nines. tion." of .the soil cubic tons proprietor, "but they" don't Ijeat four Six dollars, please." of soil is each. year was-hed in o the em 114- in .soul and interfering- with navigation; that A few evening? aero a husband and Avife were sitting in their home after' dinner, and the old man was puffing public without due regarti settlement of che thereon; rhat j a piece of embroidery. are oing down! "What be ng dispose! of j his meerschaum and reading a news- 11 trO the optr! paper.; while mother 'was working on on do you think of re- father, glancing from f the are-browing; iLaG on thousand j newspaper tc his wife. "Here i? an feet of timber cut in the forests thu'e] article that says that in some of the is a waste of nearly sox--: iMirored old Roman prisons that have been water 'at present uo-c j unearthed they have found a lot of in use is sufficient to run the'petrified prisoners." trains Jand, electric curs au-1 tt.ni ex--1 "Oh." responded mother. "I sup- down three and a ialf fines ii-- fast -tr- they marked ery wheel at present in operation in the "United States. -Oa.the 'last; point Mr: Pinchot laid pose they must have been some of the hardened criminals T have heard special emphasis. If this available water, "supply could be utilized, he'FETE AND CHRISTMAS TREE AT 'said, .there would be an immense sav-! E. H. CLUM'S, SUNDIAL. -ing-: of-'the fast disappearing supply; _____ of .coal. -The conservation (From sioahad .made the discovery that the] Christmas Eve was a most enjoy- available water, power of the country j aWe at the home of -is fast being--gathered into the "hands of a few powerful companies. There -was a danger that the most far-reach Car of Timothy Hay On Track Today The Bentley Go, Ltd. Wititsale and Retail -I Phone 55 ing and oppressive monopoly which ever existed would fasten itself upon i as the United States if it should get be-' yond the power of regulation before the 'time came when the people would- have -to fall back on the natural wa- ter power of the country. The Americans- had- also discovered that the preventable loss by fire in the United States amounts to half a billion dollars or half as much mon- ey as is' being put into new .struc- tures'annually. It "has been "estimat- ed that three-quarters of the illness which exists is preventible. This would, mean a. saving of one and a half billions 'each year. ject and occasion of the meeting be-1 ing a Christmas tree to the children of the district, which since its forma- school district, -bears the name of "Lone Star. Strictly speaking- this was the first Christmas for the -settlers in their new homes in the district between the two Bow Rivers, last year there being- -only a few shacks to be seen in 'all -that new country. But now there are'quite a number of families who evidently intend to bring to their 'new and adopted country, not only energy and enterprise but-'also an ideal- Christianity. It is not by any means fair to men- tion 2, few names only in- the Star" district in connection, with this particular event, yet 'too much can- not be said to the' praise" of '3trs. Cltun, who together with Mrs. Brun- ton, Mrs. Wilner, Mrs. Barrow, and some others have organized a Sab- bath School, in the interests of 'which Controller Spence, the temperance Ithe Christmas tree was gotten up en- leader couldn't make himself heard j riclied 'witt ornamental beauty, at a mass meeting in Toronto, If j Clum voluntarily lent his house and also his.-.assistance -ta-prepara It for the< occasion. Being -fc-st cleared of "almost all ihe furnil'ure, "the west end of tfie little wooden "building wa's made to present a snow-white ap- pearance, stainless for the-words "A Merry Christmas" which was OUR POINT OF VIEW 1909 will be a dry 'year for a lot "of municipalities" in he had been a liquor representative {a the cold water people might e characterized him as being speechlessly drunk. -The fire, water and light committee -ought to1 be able to hatch a few good- things ttis year. What think 'Aid. Bowman is the W. S. Fiflding- the first Christmas to the settlers in their homes between the Large and Little Bow Kivers, but :oaore so from the fact that so manv' nationalities were represented in their little gath- ering. He said that because- of this fact it was surely an echo of the An- gels' Song on the first Christmas eve, and .met as they.were there, 'in the spirit of unity of was surely in keeping with that an- gelic song and Heaven's own greet- ing. A rich lunch provided for by the ladies of the neighborhood, of which there was. more .than enough, and after distributing the presents] from the Christmas tree to those prc- I sent some nice little parcels were sent to some children1 at too great a dis- tance to attend-the meeting. It re- minded one of the blameless religion of Nebemiah's timo when "they ate aid drank and sent portions unto those for whom nothing was prepared to make great mirth." Surely this! was an ideal ChristmasA eve-hi' a new country. Surrounded as they are by j adverse circumstances and environ- ments, every face seemed rfHl lent with joy and happiness as .they the parting hymn, "G-od be with you till we meet ;again." Fine Shoes at F. German The Shoeman 5 Between Sage's and Roy's m iMmmimmmm IheSouth Alberta lumber Co. Ltd, The largest stock of mm m BUILDING iUTERIU in Southern Alberta Exshaw Cement Always In Stock Corner Ford Phone 225 1.0. Box 654 Lethbridge New Dayton" NEW AND OLD A new new in its equipment, its metla 'tis. its purpose, but old in the knowledge of'business re- qtiiretEo-nts, and the pre- paration of young people :to meet such requirements. is Ae Garbutt Business i College. Stafford Block A second offer for the "Western Bank of per share has been re- fused. The Standard" Bank recently bought this bank at a share. .w printed in green letters on the snow- white curtain. In front of this a'green arch, bear- ing the word, "Welcome" in snow- of JLethbridge civic affairs and rat-j wilite letters spanned the house. The urally we will look for a surplus at? ihcvrrorth the end of the year. west corner, looked in the light "of the several lamps to be laden, with snow and glittering with diamonds and chains of silver and gold, but to the juveniles and indeed to many others, mences in. Canada without any indus- trial' disputes. That is the case this .-year Lemieux Act deserves the credit." Begrna is to get the Saskatchewan University. That will be a sore touch for -Saskatoon, the ambitious. The? government has four Senate vacancies and a list of about four thousandH applicants. Senators can- "not die 'too quickly to realize the ambitions of the waiting host. The Edmonton hockeyist's trip to the east was a financial' failure but it advertised real pur- the venture. suggest that a. scheme should be carried out to drill to ;the "earth's: centre to ascertain the continue our gas well down to thii depth? it was laden with real gifts. Kev. SfeCombe presided and the programme which consisted of music and recitations, was contributed to by Mr. and 3Irs. Clum, Mrs, Brun- ton and several of the'Bnmton fanjr ily, Mrs. Uarrow, Miss JDuglas; JOss Wolfe, TUr. Ferguson; Mrs. "Whitson, JVIaster' John Henry and Kiss, LUlle Reason, Master LawTence Parge and Miss Arelynn Clum. The chairman amongst his several remarks, referred to the meeting as being unique, not only because-it was If Bev, J, 'A. -Macdonald becomes LiberaMeader- in 'Ontario law reform jwill bo a-feature'of" his policy, suits'-_will be the battle .Geo. E. Foster will be on "piiwrand needles'' for (car his pet ptMtinie IIB 'abolfahed.- i. "iT" v. Bishop of "London recent in House cf Lords on the UI'pAid Canada a compli- 3Bfe said, accord McArthur's Wall Papers Are the Best I. IKE Tit The Arrow Lake Orchards This company pwns 7000 acres of carefully selected Frait Land situated in. the most favorable location for fruit growing in. BRITISH COLUMBIA. These lands are beautifully situated .on. the Arrow Lakes where Irrigation is not Required If you were offered a-home sitxmted on the shores of beautiful lake or stream, amidst what is acknowledged' to be the finest scenery in the world; where "bear, deer, goat, grouse and trout abound: where ihe climate is exceptionally fine and where boating of all kinds may be enjoyed: with the Canadian Pacific boat service passing your door twice every day winter and summer; with guaranteed returns from your land sufficient to -ensure you a comfortable living, and with property -increasing in value at the rate per cent per year .All for or f 2000. Payable in 4 Years WOULD YOU INVEST? If so drop a line to M. FREEMAN, Gen'l Agent The Arrow Lake Orchards, letfibridge, Alberta, Canada And you will receive full'particulars Reference........Union Bank- of Canada, Lethbridge -f 4 Have you Dined .at The Model Restaurant in the New Hill Bl'k They understand how to tempt and satisfy the ap- petite there. Try it and see John PROPRIETOR il Cox's Dairy Eresh Cream Milk from r Tiffin's Parm JDelivered Daily Our and Purity75 For Sale-Coal Mine Machinery 6 Boilers, 150 h-p., working pressure 2 Second-hand Return Tubular Boilers, 60 Ib. working, pressure 2 Ingersoll-Sergeact A Straight Line Air Compressors 1 4 Wheel Saddle Tank Steam Locomotive, 42 in. gauge 3 Lidgervrood Electric Mine Hoists, 76 4. Jeffrey Electric Locomotives, 36 in gauge 1 Aldrich Portable Electric Mine Pump, 36 in. gauge 1000 Hadfield Manganese Steel Mine Car Wheels: 18 in. diameter 10 Tons in. Square Soft-Steel, new, suitable for making mine car axles All the above equipment in good workable condition and offered for immediate shipment, subject fo prior sale. Owing to above machinery having re- placed by larger equipment, we are prepared to make it to your advantage to in vestigate f ally1 Before pur- chasing elsewhere. Full particulars upon applica- tion to The Crow's Nest Piss Coal Co. Ltd. J. B. TURNEY, Purchasing Agent ID-Night's Special AT THE HUB Baked Opossum -_ and Sweet-Potatoes W Si The Coaldale i! Restaurant 1 i; o Goods. I Coaldale Block 2 new 6 room cottages on 50 tt. lots, pay 18 per cent, takes the two. cash. 2 new brick cottages. rooms, modern in every way, each, cash, balance easy. Alberta Rsalty Co. Coaldale Block Lettibndge m 1 I I 50 HEAD OF Heavy Mares and Geldings To be Seen at City Market RODGERS4YOUNG Sale Stables Wood St. PROFESSIONAL CARDS OR. W. S. GALBRAlTN Physician, Surjton, Office U14 Rcdpath St. Plwne W HOURS ..Before. 9 2-3; 7-8. p.m. DR. J. E. COVERING Physician, Surgeon, Accouchtr Graduate of V-Sill University. Mont- real. Office in Odd Fellow's Block, cor- ner Hound and Dufierin Sts. Office Hours: Week days, till 9 a.m. 11 lo 1 pjn.; 3 to 5; 7 to 8. Till 11 Frc.m 1.30 to 2.30; 5 t3 6. Phone Day and No. 342 DR. O. J. Dentist Giaduate of -Northwestern Univer- sity, Chicago, 111. Ofiio.' to 12; 1 to 5. :Roorns J and" 2, Macdonald B-lock DOCTORS MEWBORN DEANE Redpath Street HOUHS: Before 9 a.m. 2-3; 7-8 p.m. DR. J. B. ELLIS DENTIST Graduate of Western Reserve Univ, r sity, Cleveland Ohif. c'hon.-; 307 9-12; 1-5 CANADIAN Western Excursions Single fare Plus 00 for the Round Trip From all stations, in Ontario, Port Arthur and west, Manitoba. S--is- katcfapwan and Alberta to MADAM KQRIVAN {Orchestra; Piani-le) Teacher of pianoforte, argan aai' voice piOd'iCjioii. "Visus or receivt-s pupils, prepara- t-ory or advancea. Coaching for esuns. Howard House, Crof-h Street. MR. ERNEST F. LAYTON, Violinist, Pupil ol Gto. Wilbey, London, Eiig., and oi Frank E. 'Toronto, is open for a limited number ol Pupils. Also fcr Concerts, At Homes- Banquets, etc. Terms on. application Phone 212. VICTORIA and WESTMINSTER Also to VALLEY and K007ENAY POINTS Tickets on aale December 1, 2, 3 IS, 19, 1903. January 4, 5, 6, 21 22, 23 and 24, 1909, good to return within three months. MISS G. A. DAINTY, Graduate Nurse! Norman St., eas of Westminster Eoad. Phone 269. 14-f JOHN BARTHOLOMEW Leth bridge P1AXOFOEIE .TUNING, ETC: Organs and Pianofortes repaired polished, etc. Good work'guaranteed WHITE HERALD OFFICE. LETHBR1DGE SCHOOL OF SHORT -HAND Oddfellows' Building. .Day and Evening Classes. Terms on application. j. E. MCGREGOR, Court Stenographer. Dec. 16-lm JOHANNES H. MACMILLAN, Pupil of Henri Verbruggen, of Rome Italy; .Carl Simons, of Berlin, Ger many. HIGH-CLASS SCOTCH MUSIC A SPECIALTY Open f.oi recitals, banquets, concerts etc: "For terms apply Royal Col Lethbridge." W. M.. DODD, AKGHITECT Specialist' in Fireproof ing, Samta tion, Keating and Ventilation." Ernest E. Carver M.B.A.A., M.R.A., A.A.'I.C Etc Manager Lethbridge' Office Bryan Block L. M. JOMNSXDNE, Barrister and Sclicitoi Office" Hrtioiuinf Dnion '.ethhridgr NO ROOM ON TOP FOR-MORE QUALITY for better quality beer than' the Al- berta's Pride brand'would wear out case of shoes in "the search for it. It is a dear beer to brew, an acme beer to buy, Because it .costs no more for your purchasing ;thas inferior We deliver case loti .right at yqur door cost. LETHBRIDGE MALTING COMPANY, Ltd You ccn tlwayt you? wtrth at thf, Canada Western Chartered Corporation Ltd. Fin ancial Agents. Fiscal Agents Brokers. for Royil Collieries Ltd All Standard Handled HEAD OFFICE-VICTORIA, B. C. W, R. BB9WN Varnishing Household Furnlturt. All classts of Sifns painttd. Pajnffr House Paper Hanger Wood finUhtr, jte. Ava, .MR. ALBERT ELY Fupi! of Dr. Briggs, M. A.. Song Singing and V-jlce Culture. Pupil of CUas. Haucock, Esq., F.B C.O., Organ and Theory Voice Pipe Organ', Piano, Harmony and Theory, Song Singing Open for Concerts, Be- citals, Etc. Terms on Application. Box 690 Lethbridge, Alta. HAMILTON YOUNG ENGIN EEKS AND SUE VETOES Room Block. C.F.P.Conybeare, B. Morton K.C., D.C.L. B.C.L. CONYBEARE JONES BAHRISTEES; 3OLITITOES, ETC. Offices: Conybcare Block, Lethbridge, Alberta. W. C. SIMMONS Advocate, Barrister, Etc. Office: SON Funera'-Dirscxori Embalmen St. LETB BRIDGE, ALTA. aud Keaideuce i'hone 102 F. B. ARCHITECT Room 9 Whitnsy Slsck. A. MACDONALD ARCHITECT Macdonald Block, Redpath Street Leth bridge, Aita. Lethbridge Lodge (39) A. F. A. .M., G. R. A, Kegular meeting nighr, tlie -third Thuroday of .each mouth 10 Mawmc Hall, F. O. "Block, at.S-pju. -Visitujg always receive u heariy welcome. w- Secretary. 637 Meets 1st and. 3rd 31 on days in K. of P Hail at'S o'clock." Visiting brethren are cordially invited, J. ASHCROFT, W.P, 34-ly QU3 NEIDI.G, W.8. LCTHBRIQGE P.pUut Wp. 18 C. B. P. O. E. Meets on the of each month at 8.15 p.m. A. SHARMAN. M. PRIEST.- E- R. Secretary Lodge ,Prid0 of Alberta, No. 293. Sou nf foglm! lewfit Society MW-t in of r and third Tfi'imduy in fhf tn'ontP pan; -tmlJnjiTalwayn' VP! T. ;