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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 8, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LCTHBRIOOC, ALBgRTA. FRIDAY. JANUARY. I, IMM. Wily Herald Sf; tfcrw dtliwad. by mail by mail I.7R moniai. by mail one year ___ l.w _ iJ M often fa fcqt w uid old tddresi- ALBERTA'S BONOS. the Province of Alberta stands "In this 'opinion of British capi- i profitable field for iavej ctaarly shown by the first of debentures just negotiated by; Buttorford government. The price anT exceptional one and _ Alberta's magnificent .strongly to the fin- the old country. TheJ cable received by the provincial from London shows that government issue of m j it. thirty year debentures yL good when compar- of other provinces. X-ast province of Saskatchewan a.Jarge amount of provincial pM- cents on the .English market per cent, of them were at and the remainder badc on the hands of the plenty long enough for a police- 'man to work. Tho Lemieux Act is to bo adopted ipd Galifornia. It is looked upon "by legislators in. those states as an admirable measure and they want to put it into effect there. The Calgary Albertan intimates that the man who looks after bridge's building permits must be a fast eouater. He has to be in order to keep up with tho growth. Side Ughts TELEPHONE SYSTEM. __ Tbe aiUBgestion, made by the Liberal .convention yesterday that the govern- telephone system should be plac- Bunder the management of an inde- i pendant commission Is worthy of the consideration of the Alberta At present -the telephone system is by the public TC7rks depart UMnit, This dep.ftrtment, apart from telephones altogether, has a lot of work to do', ind it is unfair to expect minister to give to "the" telephone system the close 'it deaervea.1 thev public generally better satisfied if telephone men, should to conduct the telephone department created with a deputy minister "o telephone business tram the ground up, in control. task, of handling this growing t laptop, heavy for a department already fully occupied in. build Bridges and public buddings. -.-f v was better qiialiSed to in- system than Hon. W. H. the confidence of in matters of policy the telephone system power. Mr. Gushing has not the time to look -after the buaineu in all its details and -lit- Is IB. that connection the liberals of Xetnbridge suggest s. change. They I believe commission of men thorough n ly acquainted 'with the telephone b should'give all their time to management of the system. The government, as a matter of course, with the extensions and -_ decide, whether rates should be reduc- or not. On the question of rates the HTerald acreea with Mr. Gushing that it is more important that the telephone should be extended to points without this great modem convenience than that rates should be reduced and 7 tSe of extension curtailed. For Instance the extension oi the, system was, we believe, of more importanou to the business people of thtt city, at any rate, than a reduc- in rates. To the people of Ta- it was boon to secure connec- ,tion with the outside world by tele- -This they might not have had had the government reduced rates and held back the extension of ftfithf iyitem. OUR.ROIflT OF VIEW. of Tatmessee n'ght riders drinka quart of whiskey an ahbuld own a distillery. Willie Taft, Uncle Sam's new .19 going to give his little bro- Charley, who lives in Cincinnati, Job-of ambassador at London. alee brotherly spirit. working mayors deserve a .Uethbridge's chief magistrate a trip to the Old Country and retiring Mayor McDougall, of iton, ii leaving on a prolonged European tour, r f .municipal street rail- o pay its way. On of laat week it carried over thovMJid paMengera each day. f exceptionally good business. Edmonton has given its control over the police plan has worked Itft and the force in more emcient conditibn the hours B to 12 hour. there ia an to .cut down the hours from WHISTLING SIGN OF CONTEMPT (From the Toronto Globe) A Moroccan shows his contempt of anything, by whistling. A conflict be- tween tribesmen and a battalion of French troops was recently precipi- tated by the whistling of a locomo- tive on a railway being constructed near Casablanca. "The giaours ore laughing at said a chief tarn whea the construction engine gave a toot to warn the natives; the line to look out. The Arabs went wild, mounted their horses and rode on the whistling enemy. They had to be calmed with the whistling of rifle balls. MONTOlENT TO A TEACHER (Punxsutawney Correspondence, Pitts- burg Dispatch) Twenty-four Punxsutawney citizens today organized the Mary- Wilson Me- morial Association, to erect a monu- ment in honor of Wilson, who died last month after serving fifty-five years as a teacher in the primary schools here. '.Ct is 'rae intention to find all the pupils possible and through subscriptions raise enough money to erect a monument. Everything She Ate SEEMED A BURDEN TO CARRY. HAD STOMACH TROUBLE TOUR YEARS. xriiftn vnur food has not beeu V bxly not received ilbe buwfit it should. Tho exertions of the gAslric juSco have confined to romovmg ifie urytigeaKd por- ol food which they crunot ycoperly digest as speedily as po .aiblc from the body, thereby oaiy giving? the blcod a small por- co uUKQ of nourishment with -which to tho tissues. Blrotl Bitters Lvtcs the bowels, proWlo- perfect Wditvs pure Wood, toiws tho stomach, ami thus rescyrcs. perfect health and strength to tho debilitated system. Mrs. D. A. Frarvcisco, Eosslond, B.C writes: "I was suffering from trouble ol the kind for about four %uajs. Even thins; I ftto seemed a burden to carrv. I tyro-jo .in -tho. morning witha'ijck.-ning fyvcnVh taste in soy' mouth WHS also iroubled yeiib i.swel- in my hands and fe-jt, which my phy- sicrfia so, d' MMS diw to tho disordered state of my stomic-h. I every tlvng taat an'! also consulted two or three bno eoidd find uo relief until one" of my neighbors me of a' euro '.by .Bur Jock Bliwd Bitters. I used alt- -gather ten bowles aod am now perfectly cured. I wish, to recommend B. B.B. to anyone who may be so unfortun- ate as I was. For io by all dealers. 31A2T TO BE WATCHED IN MIS- SOUEI (From the Belton Herald.) When a gentleman wearing cut- away coat, .a plug" hat, kid gloves, and a 'gold headed cane enters -your intellectual laboratory keep your eyes on" the cash drawer, brother editors. SUN NY. ALBERTA. Srern winter, with its icy grasp And cold, relentless hand, Has now a grip, both firm and keen, of Alta's Sunny land. "White snowy mantles- have been laid Upon our prairies broad, To cover deep and keep secure The seedlings therein stored. But though, tonighir the mercury Has gone down very Before tomorrow daylight comes Chinook -winds warm may blow. And then we'll find we still do live, In Sunny Alta's clime, And, though the cold speBs some- times come, We've sunshine 'most the time. Held LOSS OF LIFE. Odessa, Jan. Kussian steamer Seviatoslav, with a crew of 3-3, collided near Novorossisk with the Greek Poseidon today. The Kus- sian steamer sank within three min- utes. Eour of her crew managed to get aboard the Poseidon, and were saved. The other thirty-four were lost. Our prices are as low as any iu the city and we usually give a better article for the'same money. Go. ltd. fiiCidssis and Retai! Piione 55 Ladies''Fine Shoes at F. German Coleman Coleman, Jan. 3Ir. Editor, fifty degrees below zero on Tuesday Miss Campbell and 3tfiss Brown, who have-been visiting 5Irs. Benedict during the Christmas holi- days returned to Calgary on Satur- day. Geo, A. Dickson, of Royal City was a visitor in Coleman on Year's day. Quite a ntunher of ladies and gentle men from Coleman took in the "ball given on Sew Year's eve by the citi- zens of Frank. Mrs. Jas. Burrows and Mrs. Jas. McNeil! were the winners of prizes at tho masquerade ball given by the Eagles at the Opera House on ;New Year s Eve. D. Smith, of Lethbridge, has been spending the last few days in Cole- ;man. 'r The hockey game on Year's _eve between Coleman and Frank and Hillcrest, re- sulted in a victory for the Coleman team. Score W. S. Fair W. Jones and F. G. Armstrong- all of Fernie were in town on Tuesday. F. "Whitney of Lethbridge, is regis- tered at the Coleman. Inspector Belcher of Pincher Creek is a Coleman visitor today. R. W. "Wood, of Fernie, visited Cole man on Tuesday. J. E. "Cpton. of Pincher Creek, is looking after his business interests here today. NO HELMETS FOR RURAL CORPS Ottawa, Jan. to mili- tia orders the helmet will not in fu- ture be issued to rural corps, and to those who wear theirs only in quan- tity to complete establishment. McArthur'sWall Papers are the Best The Lethbridge Souvenir Writine Tablets are in three sizes and can be had onhpat The Book Store I. SKE TIE ficinE mm While yon are interested in our stock of "Christmas goods in silks, J.-ipanese ware and toys, don't forget that our CAFE still affords the best in the eatins: line Chow Sam Co. SHORT ORDERS AT ALL BOBfiS The Shoeman Between Sage's and Eoy's ys TO ENGLAND VIA VANCOUVER. Vancouver, B.C., Jan. shipment of Alberta -wheat and flour to the United Kingdom via Vancou- ver will be made this week by the Vancouver Milling; "Co., which will send five thousand sacks Corso. A rate of 45 per cwt. has been_ quoted by the C.P.E., Cal- gary to Liverpool, this way. 1 he South Alberta lumber Co. Ltd. The largest stock of LUMBER MID BIDING NlTERim in Southern Alberta Exshaw Cement Always In Stock Corner .1 minuter Ford JiistSoutlioftiiefllisooMill Phone 225 1.0.Boi654 Lethbridge New Dayton I 2 corner lots on London St., south of 'Central School, Q W. 1 Nice 5 room cottage a lOnB, Oit'3 jjcii i uiOCn. from new school, half cash PROFESSIONAL CARDS DR. W. 8. QALBRAITN Phyficlin, Accoucttvr Office 914 Redpath St. M HOURS: Before 9 S-3; p.m. AIH Realty Co. Coildile Hock lethbridge V i Fresh Oysters Atthr Alberta Restaurant Slio] t Orders at all Hours Oliver Block Phone 228 I I I I 4- 1 The Arrow Lake Orchards This company owns 7000 acres carefully selected Fruit 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 situated on the shores" of a beautiful lake or stream, amidst what is to be the finest scenery in the world; where bear, deer, goat, grouse and trout aboundfwhere 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 increasing in value at the rate of 25 per cent per year All for or Payable in 4 Years WOULD YOU If so drop a line to M. FREEMAN, Gen'l Agent Tiie Arrow Lake Orchards, Lethbridge, Jlterta, tanefa will receive full particulars Keference Union Bank of Canada, Lethbridge The Alberta Railway and Irrigation Compaoy Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THE MARKET lots North of the Railroad and West of Westminster Xd, FROM Also a few Acre Lots 4 East Westminster Road, each "CfA QV One-third cash, one-third 6 19 months, balance 12 months. Interest 6 per cent, per annum UbcrtD lilliiy tti irripii d, (W Wti, Have you Dined at The Model Restaurant in the NewHULBl'k They understand how to tempt and satisfy, the ap- i.-j. ji_ _m__ j petn.ce mere, ouu. see John Cantin PROPRIETOR Cox's Dairy 'Fresh Cream Tiffin's Delivered Daily Our Cleanliness and Purity" P.O. Box SO Residence, Jlrgylelve. 5 50 HEAD OF Heavy Hares and Geldings To be Seen at City Market RODGERS YOUNG Sale Stables Wood Sf. CANADIAN PACIFIC Western Excursions Single Fare Plus S200 for Round Trip From all stations JD. Ontario, Port Arthur and west, Manitoba, Sas- katchewan and Alberta to VICT01 and WESTMINSTER Also to VALLtY and KOO'ENAY POINTS Tickets on 3ale December 1, 2, 3. 17, 18, 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., east of Westminster Boad. Phone 269. Satisfy the coldweather -appetite at THE HUB The :.Cofddale, Restaurant Delivers the L Goods. Coaldale Block NO ROOM ON TOP FOR MORE QUALITY for belter quality beer Al- berta's Pride brand would wear out a case of shoes in the search lor it. It is a'dear beer .to brew, an acme beer to it costs no more for yctir .purchasing than inferior We deliver- case lots right your door free of extra cost. LETHBRIDGE BREWINGS MALTING COMPANY. Ltd You can a I way t ytur wtrth at luraki. JOHN BARTHOLOMEW Lethbridge riAKOFOEIE Organs and Pianofortes repaired polished, etc. Good work guaranteed. WHITE HERALD OFFICE. LETHBRIDGE SCHOOL OF SHORT- HAND Oddfellows' Building. Day and Evening Classes, Terms on application. j. E. MCGREGOR, Court Stenographer. 16-lm JOHANNES H. MACMILLAN, Pupil rof 'Henri Verbruggen, of Home, Italy r Carl Simins, of Ger- many. HIGH-CLASS SCOTCH MUSIC A SPECIALTY. Open for concerts, etc." For Royal Col- OR. J. E. LCVERINQ. Physicinn, Graduate real. Office in Odd Fellow's Block, oor. ner Bound and Duffer in 8ti. Office Hours: Week till 9 a.m. 11 to 1 p.m.; 3 to to 8. 11 1-30 to 2.30; 8 to 8. Phone .Day and 342 DR.-Q. J. COURTICE Dentil! Graduate of CTniTer Chicago, 111. to 12; 1 to 5. Rooms and 2, Macdonald Block DOCTORS MEWBURN DEANE .Redpath Street HOURS; Before 9 a.m. 2-3; 7-8 p.m. DR. A. McNALLY, Office and Rooms Stafford Block Office Hours: Phone Night and Day 277 MADAM KOREAN (Orchestral Piani-te) Teacher of pianoforte, argan mnc voice, producLion. Visus or receives pupils, prepare 'ory or advancea. Coaching for .Howard Housa, Crat-b- MR. ERNEST F. LAYTON, Violinwt, Pupil oi Geo. Wilfaey, London, Eng., and of Fzarilt E. Blachford. is open for a limited oWber oi Pupils. Also At Homes banquets, etc.. Terms on application. Phone 212. Pupil of Dr. Brlggs, JkL A.. Song Singing and Voice Culture. Pupil of Chas. Hancock, F.B C.O., ind Iheory. Voice Culture, .Pip, Organ, Pipno, Theory, Song Singing for Concerts, BanqueSs, Re- citals, Terms on Application. 8ox 69fl AlU. HAM YOUNG ENGINEERS AND SUEYEY.OBS Rocm Block. .C.F.P.Conybeare, B. Morton K.C., D.C.L. B.C.t. CONYBEARE JONES BAfiRISlERS, Conybeare Block.' Lsthbridge, W. C. -SIMMONS Advocate, Barrister, .Etc, Suutaard Block. ADDISO.4 SON Director! Embaimtrt Crabb ALTA. Office and Residence 108 B. ROLFSON ARCHITECT 9 Whitney Btock. M. DODDr ARCHITECT- Calgary, c- Lethbridge Specialist in Fireproofing, Sanita- tion Heating tand Ventilation. Carver .A.AJ.C Etc Manager Lethbridge Office _ Bryan" Block BROAD AND WATTS, Builders and Contractors, Estimates. freer Repairs and altera- at the- shortest notice.. Stair a specialty. "W- Lethbridge, Altai W, H. BROWN Varnishing Household Furniture. AH, classes oi Signs painted. Carriage'Painter t House Painter Hanger Wood finisher, etc. ArgyU Ave. U. M. JOHNSTON E t Barrister, and Sclicitw Office Duiow Qauk Canada Western Chartered Corporation Ltd. Capital Financial Agents. Fiscal Agents Brokers. for LM All Sttftdtrd Stocks HfAO orFIOI-yiOTONIA, 0. JAS. A. MACOPNALD ARCHITECT Macdonald Block, .Redpath Street -Lethbridge Lodge 139) A. F, Av M.7: Or- R. A Regular meeting nighi, the third riiuwday r oL each month m the .Maaonic Hall, P. 0. Block, at 8 p.m. Visiting brethren .will A beany AJ3JI1E8SEB, G.V.fllOKKEY. W, Meeta. 1st _ 3rd .Mondaye in K. of B Hall at 6 o'clock. Visiting bretbrea are cordially inyitedr" J, A8HCRQFT, 24-17 GUS NEIDIQ, W.t. LCTHBRIDQC NO. C. B. P. O." E. OD" the second mouth 4t 8.15 p.m. E., A. SHARMANr .M E. R. tecraury Lodge .Pride of Alberta, No. 198, tad if -Efllifr Imflt in tbt ICnlttM of Ball every f and tbirH ThnnKJay In the nioatk 8 p.m. roiw, W. ;