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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 6, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta utVMIl AttlftTA, WlDNIiDAY, JANUARY I, itfll. Daily HeraH fttetod br the Daily Herald Printing eventuf et Abridge. tUOHANAN, Managing DL Ohlty, telly. Blx Booth. yttr. by Bafl 1.71 thm by mail KM M often M de- bapt MW Mid old rtdreu OUR POINT-OF VIEW. 1909.13 getting a very frosty recep- tion." There w nothing wrong with Sun- ny Southern. Alberta, It is Sunny and Southern beyond dispute even though it is a wee bit chilly just at hear your band is speculating in In he a bull or-a bear? Mrs. from re- sults I should think he was a jack- Record. "What would you do if you had a son like "I'd work hard to get to be a mil- lionaire." that you could indulge his. that he'd feel it when I disinherited Lead- er. Magrath T-Se homestead entries for 1S08 tellj growth this dis- trict, Think of a three hundred per cent, advance in. the number of en- tries ,m- one year. The splendid sale of the Telephone debentures proves that Alberta has a standing in the money The great financiers of the Lafcd have faith in Alberta. Album's school readers are now being' "made' in; Toronto. The Gov- u i- eminent stated that the printing of the ikst set of readers in the United was dtie_to the fact that there was "not a Canadian concern equip- ped> do the work." Eastern puV liahera have improved their plants. now able to give the West- ern Provinces the class of work de- k Jjuti of the- pugilists are the champion Johnson in the newspapers. The purpose of a Chinaman's queue revealed to us until the, murderer at Macleod tried to use it to commit suicide. Aid.- Bowman's plan to have an expert assessment of the city should be adopted. Aid; King is to be' commended for moving that applications should be' invited for posifions in the city's service. Give every man a" chance, to apply ior vacant or newly-created positions. Tie "hole in "the corner" method of doing civic business is not inlthe public interest. Council should make it a point to, have a print." 3 voters' list next municipal elections.. The list should "be prepared early, enough to permit persons whose names have off to make application to on. The reduction knife is hanging of the civic salaries. Will it fifll? ia now the all important queition. Every Liberal of the city and dis- trict ahould put in an appearai'-e at tomorrow morning in Oliver't Hall, It iooki'M though ice palace is going' to melt away. Th'ey-, are talking" automobile legis- cin Ontatio juet now, even with" the snow, over lie -top of the fences. broken rib danced through one performance in a. New York theatre. If she had danced with a broken leg- there might have been Minething marvellous about it. President-elect Taft has gone fish- inf, but -not for votes. John Mitchell favors woman auf- fuge. Certainly he. ia a. married man, and couldn't do anything elee. The. Calgary -News saye that city's MW Council -looks good. Why not them in a' beauty show? ought" to have a daily ferviee. As it is now mail from the West goes through to Medicine _.Hit nrat so that mail from this city not reach that place until the w-cond day after it is 'posted. Magrath, Jan. framework of a new blacksmith shop has been built on the lots next to Mr. Woods' butcher shop. The cold weather has prevented further work being done, but as soon as the weather moderates the building will "be completed. A 'meeting was held in the meeting house last Saturday morning by. a few farmers who are seriously think- ing of "entering into the dairy indus- try. The meeting.was called..for the purpose of discussing, the advisabili- ty of importing a few. carloads of pure bred stock from, eastern points. It was decided to send a man to the East for the purpose, of purchas-, ing the same, and another meeting, was called for next Saturday. Mr. A. S- Bowles, the assistant prin- cipal of the school here, has .resign- ed his. position, and left last week for Vancouver, .where he will accept a position in one of the schools there. Mr. George Workman and Miss Annie Parkinson were united, in marriage at the homy of the bride last .Friday evening. Bishop Harker pronounced the vrords which made them one. A, surprise party was given to Mr. and Mrs. X. Blaxall at their home last Thursday evening on. the occa- sion of the 20th anniversary of their wedding. The guests brought a goodly supply of delicacies: with them and a very pleasant evening isas spent playing progressive whist and. .t various other .games. Mr. George W. Heathershaw, our popular implement dealer, has been confined to his home during ihe past week by a very severe attack of quinsy. According to the latest re- ports he is improving nicely. There are two cases of scarlet fever in town. The-health officer has quarantined them, and everything will be done to prevent the spread of the disease. The cases have been the past-three weeks, and no others have been reported. The Ladies' Aid of the Presbyter- ian church gave a very successful box social last Thursday, evening- in the schoolhouse. There was a fair- ly good number of people present. A short program had been preparedj and was very well rendered. After the program the most impotant part of the evening's entertainment was begun, the sale of the boxes by auc- tion. Mr. Miller wasthe auctioneer, and he performed'his duties as well as any professional could have done. The bidding-was very spirited, and all the boxes sold for good sums The boxes.were very indeed. All were nicely decorated with fancy tissue paper and- tinsel, paper flow- erg, etc. The ladies are-to be com plimented on the success of their so- cial, and we hope they win provide many more entertainments of this kind in the near future. The pro- ceeds amounted to which goes towards the building of the church. The ward officials here discredit the report which appeared in the Herald on the stating that the Church school will be built at Raymond. Magrath still hopes that this place will be selected for the site of the school. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Walter I. Phillips on Satur- day, January 2nd. "Walt" wear- ing a smile that won't come off. A very interesting program was rendered at the M.LA. joint meet- ing in the Assembly Hall laet Sun- day evening. Every number on the program was well rendered, A Leap Year ball here on the last day of the old year. The girls turned out in large numbers, and seemed to enjoy the novelty oi themselves choosing their partners. On New day -a very good program was rendered by the child ren of L.D.8. Sunday school. There was a special service in connection The program rendered was one that reflects great credit to the school There was a large and the service wtll appreciated. Miet McRae, who has. been teach- ing school at Raymond last Au- gust, has accepted a position in the Magrath school. She commenced her duties today. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Workman, of .Raymond, were in town .last week for the purpose of attending th? marriage of Mr. George Workman, a brother of Mr. Jake Workman. Mr. Austin Bennett has accepted a position in. the Cahccs barber shop and left last week to nil that position. Ammon J. Mercer has ed a position in the school. He .is Standard V. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Hopkins, ac- companied "by, their son Bayard, left last week for-Spokane, Wash. They have been residents, of Magrath for a number of years. During their residence here they have made a very large circle of friends, who re- gret their departure, and who wish them every success in their new home. There was a dance in the Assem- bly Hall Wednesday evening for the married people. There was not a very large attendance, but those present thoroughly enjoyed themr selves. The inauguration of the new mayor and. councillors takes place on Wed- nesday evening in the Tithing Office. Otiwy Lake ought to, have accommodation furnished, it CJjfjfc, _ There is a" growing community there, and, it- ought to be properly: Wd'v anybody iri' Lethbridge? fJlltl AT, ROWLAND. ciock'. iMt nif ht 'partly Engineering Cunlife It Jhf k to McArthur's Wall rs Are the Best BD, Car of Ti ndj On Track Today The Bentley Co. ltd, nd noil STOCK QUOTATIONS. Nicola C. and C. -02X -05 Stock quotations, as furnished by Beale and Elwell, Cranbrook, B.C. Bid. Aurora Consol. C. Amalgamated B. C. Copper ,7.75 Con. Smelters ..80.00 Can. ST.-W. Oil .35 Goldfields .03 'ranbrook F.; B; Diamond Coal .50 Diamond V. Coal.. Dom. Copper .v .40 In. Coal and 72.00 Nicola C. and C. Nipissing 10.00 North .07 McG. Creek Coal Rambler Cariboo .14X Eoyal -Collieries Society Girl Sullivan .OOX Temiskaming 1.44 Vet. W. Scrip ....450.00 West Oil .75 Do., pref. 1.40 Asked. .25 .06 8.50 105.00 .47 .05 1.10 .57 .16 76.00 .05 10.10 ,12 .25 .27 :25 .00% 1.45 550.00- 1.00 change-of motion pictures at Eureka tonight. Fine at F. German The Shoeman Between Sage's and Roy's ys j NEW AND OLD A new school, new in its equipment, its metfa.xU. its purpose, but old in the knowledge of business re- quirements, and the pre- paration of yonng people to meet such requirements is che Business College, Stafford Block Mrs. L. Englehart. of Petrolia, wife of the chairman, of the T. and 0. railway commission, is dead. The Arrow Lake Orchards This company owns 7000 acres of carefully selected Fruit Land situated in the most favorable location for fruit growing in BRITISH COLUMBIA. r These lands are beautifully situated on the Arrow Lakes where Irrigation is not Required If you were offered a home situated on the shores of a beautiful lake or stream, amidst what is acknowledged to Ije the finest scenery in the world; where bear, deer, goat, grouse and trout abound; where the 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 value- at the rate of 25 per cent per year All for or Payable in 4 Years WOULD YOU INVEST If to drop a-Iine to M. FREEMAN, Gen'l Agent Tke Irmlate Ordnnls, LetUriJge, llberta, Canada And you will receive full particulars. Reference........Union Bank of Lethbridge For Saje-Coal Mine Machinery 6 Boilers, 150 h.p., 125 Ib. working pressure Betum Tubular Boilers, 60 Ib. working pressure 2 Ingersoll-Sergeant Class A Straight Line Air Compressors 1 4 Wheel Saddle Tank Steam Locomotive, 42 in. gauge 3 Lidgerwood Electric Mine Hoists, 76 h.p. 4 Jeffrey Electric Locomotives, 36 in gauge 1 Aldrioh Portable Electric Mine Pump, 36 in. gauge 1000 Hadfield Manganese Steel Mine Car Wheels, 18 in, diameter 10 Tons fy in. Square Soft Steel, new, suitable for making mine car axles All the above equipment in Rood workable condition and offered for immediate shipment, subject to prior loachinery haying 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 He Crow's Nert Pus Coal Co. Ltd. J. B. TURKEY, Purchasing Agent Fernie, B.C. 1 he South Alberta lumber Co. Ltd, The largest stock of 18UKR DID HUKG in Southern Alberta Exshaw Cement Always In Stock Corner Ford Just South of the Fllison II Phone 225 i.O.Box654 Lethbridge New Dayton I 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 Cantin PROPRIETOR I 2 corner lots cu London St.. south of Central School, Nice 5 room cottage on 2 lots, one half block from new school' half cash lerta Realty Co, Coiliiilc Hod J PROFESSIONAL CARDS W i 50 HEAD OF Heavy Mares and Geldings To be Seen at City Market RODGERS 4YOUNG Sale Stables Wood St. DR. W. I QALBRAITH PhyticUn. furgton, Accoucnvr Office 914 Kedpath St., M HOURS: Before 9 a.m.; 8-S; 7-8 p.m. DR. J. E. LoytKiNQ Phyvician, Surgeon, Accoucher Graduate TJniveMity, Mont- Office in Odd Fellow's Block, cor- ner Round and Duffer in Sts. Office Hours i Week days, till 9 a.m. 11 to 1 '3-to -5; 7 to 8. 11 1.30; to 2.30; 6 to 6. Phone Day and; 342 DR. O: J. COURTICE Dentbt Graduate of Northwestern aity, Chicago. 111. to 12; 1 to 5. Rooms I and 2, Macdonald Western Excursions Single Fare Plus 00 for the Round Trip From all stations in Arthur and west, Manitoba, katchewan -and "Alberta to I Cox's Dairy Fresh Cream Milk from Tiffin's Farm Delivered f Daily Our and Purity" P.O. BoHl Tonight's Special AT THE HUB Baked Opossum and Sweet Potatoes The Coaldale Restaurant Delivers the Goods. Coaldale Block NO ROOM ON TOP FOR MORI QUALITY for. better quality beer than the Al- berta's Pride brand would wear ont a case of shoes in the aearch for it. It is; m dear beer to brew, an acme beer to buy, no.more, for your purchasingy than inferior goods. We deliver oaae loti rifhi tt your door free of extra, cost. LETHBRIDGE BREWINGS MALTING COMPANY. Lid Ytu iNrtyt fvt ywir i Kwevia- Porl Sas- VICTORIA and WESTMINSTER Also to VALLEY and KOOTENAY POINTS Tickets "on December 1, 2, 3 17; 18, 19, 1903. January 4, 5, 6, 21 22, 23 and 24, 1909, good to return within three months." mlSS Q. A. DAINTY, Graduate Nurse. Norman St., eaet of Westminster Road. Phone 269. 14-6 JOHN BARTHOLOMEW Lethbridfe PIANOFORTE TUNING; ETC. Organs and Pianofortes repaired, polished; etc. Good work guaranteed WRITE OFFICE. LETHBR1DGE SCHOOLJ3F SHORT- HAND Oddfellows'-Building. Day and Evening Classes. Terms on application. j. E. MCGREGOR, Court Stenographer. Dec. 16-lm JOHANNES H. MACM I ULAN, Pupil of Henri -Verbraggen; of Rome, Italy; Carl Simins, of.Berlin, Ger- ,many. HIGH-CLASS SCOTCH MUSIC A SPECIALTY. Open banquets, concerts etc. -For terms, apply Royal Col- lieries, Lethbridge. _ W. M. ARCHITECT Ciliary, Specialist in .Fireproofing, Sanita- tion'. Ventilation. Ernest E. Carver M.B.A.A., M.R.A., A.A.I.C Manager Lethbridge Office Bryan Block M. Barrister and ft'lieite Office adjcininf Union Canada Chartered Corporation Ltd. Capital Financial Agents. Fiscal Agents Brokers. for Royal Csflkrlcs Ltl All Standard Stocks Handled MEAD OFFICE-VICTORIA, B C." W. B. BROWN Varnlihlng. Furniture All f, Carriaft Ptintar HOUM Pastr r, DOCTORS MEWBURN Rcdpath Street HOURS: Before 9 aJn. 2-3; 7-8 p.m. DR. A. McNALLY, Office and Rooms Stafford Block Office Hours: 11-12; 1-3; 7-8.30 Phone Night and Day 277 __ MADAM NOR VAN Pianrte) Teacher .of pianoforte, argan ancf voice pi'oducaon. .Visits or receives pupils, prepara- tory or advancea., Coaching for exama.." Howard MR. ERNEST F.LAYTON, Violinist, A Pupil of Geo. Wilbey, London, Eng., and of Frank E. BlacbJord, Toronto, is open for a limited, number ol Pupils. Also tor Conceru, At Banquets, Terms; on application. Phont 212. MR; ALBERT ELY Pupil ofDr. Brlggs, M. A., Bong Singing and Voice Culture. Pupil of Chas. Hancock, Esq., F.B C.O., L.K.A.M., Organ and Theory. Voice Culture, Organ, Piano, Harmony, and Theory, Song Open for Concerts, citals, Etc. Terms on Application. Box. 690 Lethbridge, Alta. HAMILTON YOUNG ENGINEERS AND SURVEYORS Room Block. C.F.P.Conybeare, B. Morton Jones, K.C., D.C.L. B.C.L. CONYBEARE JONES BARRISTERS, SOLITITORS, ETC- Offices: Conybcare Block, Lethbridge, Alberta. .W. C. SIMMONS Advocate; Barrister, Etc. Office: Southard Block. AQOISCM SON Funtra' and Embalmert 321 Crabb St. LETHBRIDGE, -ALTA. Office and Residence phone 109 f. B. ROLFSON ARCHITECT Soom 9 Whitney Block. JA8. A. MACOONALD ARCHITECT Macdonald Block, Redpath Street Lethfaridge, Alta. Lethbridge Lodge (S9) A. F. A. M.t Q. R, A. Regular meeting night, the.- third Thurnday of each month in the Masonic Hall, P. 0. Block, at 8 p.m. Visiting brethren will always recem a hearty, welcome, A.C.ME8SEB, G.V.8XORKEY. W. M. SecreUry P. 0. Box WT Meets lit and -3rd Mondayi Hall at 8 o'clock. Viiiting brethren are cordially invited; J. A8HCROFT, W.P. 24-Iy GU8 NEIDIO, LCTHBRIDQE C. P. Q, Meeta on the second fuefidaf of month tt 8.15 p.m. t E. A. 8HARMAN, M E. R Lodge Pride of Alberta, No, 293 hnflt tatt) the KnlrtM f .lit and tkird Thuiwlvy la I Vm, alwaye rH v T. ;