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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 14, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta VICTORIA MANSIONS THE FINEST IN ALBERTA. SELECT- DECORATED AND FURNISHED IN THE ELEGANT STYLE OF A HIGH CL.4SS RESIDENCE; SUITES OF 'APARTMENTS WITH PRIVATE" BATHROOMS MODERATE TARIFF COMBINED WITH EXCELLENCE. 'SUITES ACCOMMODATING TWO'PERSONS PROM PER. MO. SUITES ACCOMMODATING FOUR PERSONS FROM PER INCLUDING BED RO'OM, DRAWING- ROOM, PRIVATE BVTH ROOM, STEAM HEAT, ELECTRIC. LIGHT AND ATTENDANCE. 'SPECIAL HOtSEKEfiPIXG FLATS FOR TEACHERS For Reservations apply at .Office to 5 n in FRED W. DOWNER, PROP. i NOVA SCOTIA'S By William Dennis, jr COPVRICHT- ,Y But all rules ,uave their exceptions. The Nove Scotia .Government is old in as Confederation, with a single'.break- yet it shows no signs of senile decay. A partisan of tue'admiuisirallon could find liiuirh to gloat of. The opponent, the strongest oppou- cut, I was KOMI? 10 use the word bit1 teresr, but 'it ..would uot' be -fitting-- lias to acknowledge the signal suc- cess of t he-men who the ol-a-, Scotia _ sluc.e the. retirement of if we seek for the success of Nova Scotia's provincial affairs we can ou- The province semis mahv lirilliaiu ,___ sue doe's not. send UK-ID all. Ottawa is bv no means the acme of the am- bition of the Nova Scoiiiia. There is a saying that it is better to be a big.tpad in a little'pjiddlo thau a little toad in a big puddle. But the simile hardly applies. Nova 200 HELLO GIRLS WED Ntw York Exchanges'at'Result Are Short and Situation Causes Dismay .New York, I'm mar- ried I" The wires that lead to the ganeralofficea.-of the telephonef com-' have been bmy during tlie wo days repeating this to the operating -depanment. Sonic 200 girls have entered.matrimouy last Siturday, and the reaiain- Ing operators at their boards are wild-eyed. ihe prbniise of the cut was made, and an extra force of girls was pu: to work 'learning operating, but the company did not count-on Daii Cupid taking a j hand. the the work of the faegau to hum with mischievous little sprite yesterday, the officers their hands in Dismay. Seven thous- and hoiirn. of-wbrkiuj time covered by nen- girls, owing to then tbe stampede so many of the.tried the blow was too much. A proclamation issued that'the out iu7 hours would have to The company announced be postponed for a few weeks until increase in pages' for ihe misses of j the girls could be taught in the com- The vire, and also a'reduction, of the school to .fill the places left va- j day's work from nine hours to eight, 10 go into effect at once.'But the move toward bliss by the 200 girls hag made it'impossible for the company to make the cut in at once. By reducing the working day of all operators one hour the company would i find itself handicapped by a loss o 7400 hours. This was foreseen rfhe cant by the.' elopers. J girls who stuck to their posts, spurning the iliu'rements of love, Were wrought when .the news reached them. They had just counted hours and now the cut would-; have for a lot cf stu- tp become real opera- Kiel terrible! HON. G. Premier Tbere: _ before the larger Cohere had bfinp. They promise [to be there for mauy yours to come. ;Tbe supply is not decreasing, is uot deteriorating. The men ut the head jQf affairs Nova Scotia politics are j throwing u0 reflections on those who have gone before. The men who com- j prise our provincial cabinet. jijcotiatis. Tory and C'rk alike, believe, ;are equal in ability :uut statesmanship to a like number of the men who form I the Federal cabinet. This is not with any spirit of We fear no comparison. Famous Names The first assembly of Nova Scotia [was opened October I'S, L75S. iii the {time of Kis Excellency Charles Law- ;rence, Esq., Captain General and Gov- ernor-ln-Chiet in and over the province iof Nova Scotia. And next year (1911) a monumental tower will dedicated jto the introduction ot responsible j eminent, secured by the people of -Vova Scotia and by which the people of the Great Empire have been largelv oenefitted. S. Fielding'In 1S9H.' Pre- vious to that, time he' served in the- legislative Council and also unsuc- cessfully opposed Sir Charles Tapper liv members of the Hoiise todav, only'-four were returned to oppose his'iidrainletratlon. lie is a lawyer by -'profession, a logical, convincing Saturday, .January MAJESTIC THEATRE B. SHERMAN, PHONE 146 TO-NKiHT TO-NIGHT The Partejlo Company Including a carload of special scenery "LENA RIVERS" SEATS ON SALE AT BOX OFFICE FROM 10 a.m. TO 10 ,.m. Adult, 25c; Children 10c and won. Once more Federal an Important portfolio turns came round and ,he was in the the revenue and Mohl. He on it was Kaul bach's Waterloo. --M Ottawa he prov HON. Wm. McPHERSON I of Nova Scotia Government! and.' at times an eloquent speaker. ed H valuaDle ussec to the Libenil party. When Hon. CJeorse Murray lookt'il about him tor an attorney, gen- eral to take the place of the late Hon. W. T. he selected Maclean. At The the works flerour it. Mr. Chiaholm is no drwtm- cr. He Is a worker. He only in ihe house when he hai to and then he speaks well. Hon. Dnvld McPherson ii a Scotch- man "from Hallfux." He Is a member of the Government without portfolio riew ho Halifax for several year' A man of iplendid physh-ue. straight TJle latte'- resigned [to contCBt Halifax county for the fonva in hfs Clings and possess- tS al and COIltcst- legislature. iJOaseSs-i 'vfjiiiiiuui v. Jnalllv and orse "rU'lthou. fte "a lovable personality the course is readily seen. George I is a Cape Breton S of "side." yet last session [courteous to even his strongest the and is actlne perients, so much so that commanug! ,ay is the respect and esteem of the Con-i Wllh who have servatives all Ovcr the province This! Hc a ffi311 of On the Premises, Round Street, on AT 3 O'CLOCK before decision exemplified pastvyear. when the early in the premier was with a painful malady as j to'cause the loss of one. of his legs, j jvJ3 ui uur. ui ins leg! and which may compel him t retire from the premiership. The Attorney-General Hon. Alexander Kenne'h Maclean Chisholm is an attorney general and actia- Scqtchnian. He fills the is also a Cape Breton Scotchman "ICC- of Works and "l with satisfaction to all. 0? extremely .is re- SardS splendid speaker and, like the .premier, utterly derold of "side." He possesses a genial personality, is good to look upon aad only' forty-four years of ace. More Scotchmen Hon. Christopher Chisholm is an Are favored with iMtnictiom Assignee in the above matter, to sell Public Auction and without reserve, the valuable stock in v trade of a Jeweler, including High grade American Watches, Diamond- aild Pearl Byppflbea, Pefldants? Lockets, Charms? Sterlino: Tankards and Spoons, Tea and Oof- fee Service, Candelabra. Gold and Silver T Umbrdjas; Bracelet.' Belt Buckles. Stick Neck Chains and Alberts, Mahogany JQiig-cftse "gtandarcl Time'3 Clock, Alarm Qlocfe Hat PiqSt Foyintain Pens, Fobs. Kings, otc. Akoa large Jeweler's Safe, by Hall, Jewelers Show Gases, Large 4-Drawer National Cash Register; Jeweler s Benches and small and Fittings Fixtures PHONE eer s Office FIFTH STREET HON. Jas. MACDONALD Member of Nova Scotia Government; iookins back over these years-! t we easily recall the names of Howe, j I Johnson, Ross and Tupper; and'b? lat-' 'er years of Thompson and Fielding.; of those men tran'sferred their 1 energies to the larger sphere. Tupper became a dominant figure. Ifowc's name goes down to posterity; as one James of iT.rntss the executive repreienti tbe Intereits and (Continued on page English Fish Grill and Chipped Potatots In basement of old Candy Kitchen. Give us i call, to tht Eastern Townships Bank. ?HON. A.- K. MCLEAN or Canada's greatest men. Thompson I General and Acting Premier 7T1 A f _ became Premier of Canada. Fieldiug has achieved signal success as Fin- ance .Minister. v Sut it is -Kith todav and the men f of today that ;ve desire mainly to! deal. j It may be that we ifin be called' ;upon, Tvithin a short to 'send i-rhi. I another man to the larger field. Forjandr l there is talk today of our present j premier leaving local arena and we j naturally feel that his journey willf be toward the Federal The Men o? Today Hon; George H. .Murray, has been Premier and Provincial Secretary of WOULD VERY OFTEN j FAINT AWAY; of Nova Scotia for of years he has resid- ed -in-Lunsnburs, where he practiced as a barrister and In- wreEied tbat 'oantrj- fn-m s. Lunenburg is the of Eastern Canada. ly German decent Church the domln- one. M'acleaa was only Of Tvhen he took up his residence snd made ;i bid for a shixre of of which the county Is THE CANADIAN BANK QF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LUD., D C l_ F ALEXANDER LAIRD. GENSRAL MAN'AQM CAPITAU REST, TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES by The Canadian Bank of Commerce are the moat'oonwniwt form in wnich to. carry money when travelHny. They are cyerjynere, and the exact amount payable In orin- .ipal foreign countries is printed on the face of ev.ry cheque cheques are issued m denominations of 5100 and 5200, and may be obtained on application at the Bank In connection with its Travellers' Cheques the Canaditp Bank of Lommercc has issued abooklet entitled "Information aoout-to which will be sent to anyone applying- for it. Lethbridge Branch T C G. L Noursc, Mgr. The Cemt) Out Many people may bt liar- InJ anything wrong with their heart till j >onac little excitement, overwork, or: confinement in an overhcatedior over- t crowded room or public building cukes them feel faint or dizzy. ''If-you neglect the warning tbe feeling of dizziness gives Jail to take treatment, there will be a uradual progression to aomcthb.j: more serious. There is no reason yon should wait till your case becomes you avail yourself of a perfect cure bv usinj Milburn''. Heart and Nerve Fills. i Mr. F. vS. Chute, Wheat Fey; Ont. 5? with Eratitudt I .tell how i your Mslburn's Heart nnd Nerve Pills benefited me. I -was very weak and run j down, nnd had headache, nearly evtry day and would very often faintairay. "In fact, iny doctor said sometime J I vTo-ald never come of one of them, j Nova Scotia Government After taking three boxes of your piik I am gUq to relate thst it his been a number of yeifs since I have had- .1 fainting spelt and scarcely have'tad t Too much cir.not be in raise of Milburn's Heart HON. MR." LEBLANC i Fjlls for in feet Price 50c. box, or 3 for Sr.25. At ail dealers or direct receipt of price by The T. Milhurn C LiaiitcO, Toronto, Oat. At that tlore, the- county np- he ronaerTEtire, j {he Cape Krcton did not reUho general opinion. He icceDt- Lfce Liberal noninaiion to run 10 ruii ie they have a per- Kaalbacb, the sitting member and.was He vrag not however. The contwt was only Sis introduction to the Xext ho rancor the provincial OF CANADA Over 190 Braiches in Canada enable tfcit Bank to offer an exctp- -------------tiohai service to tSe or Merchant whose u widcsprend. Collections made anywhere. Negotiable paper discounted. Travciiers'Letters of Credit issued. Monay by Money Order, Draft or Teltgraphic or Cable '-t.rn Off! c i cor. Pound Sti Rd.. N. Warrt Stirling A. H. Lake- -A. W. 0. .H. f IANIHQ Acting itt. THE MOLSONS, BANK Paid Up Reserve Fund.......... Head Office: Montreal. 78 Branches in Canada. SAVINGS DEPARTMENT Deposits "of 11 and upwards receded aad in- terest allowed from date of deposit. U. S. and Foreign Exchange bought and'sold at lowest rates. A General Banking Business Transacted. LETHiR.OQE BRANCH K. D. DIAMOND CITY BRANCH O. C. MORftiSdN. ;