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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 21, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LITMVftJDQC, ALBERTA, THl'RIDAY, JANUARY 21, Daily Herald Printed bj the Daily Herald Printing Co., Ltd., ererj lawful eTeninf at fe oflee. Round St.. Lethbridge, Canada, W. A. BUCHANAN, Manafinc Di- and Editor. Subicription S4.M 2M I.M SUN FIRE The oldest Insurance Office in the world rOUNDBD A.D. 1710 BI-CENTENAJKY 1SIO HOME OFFICE LONDON. ENGLAND t C. B. BOWMAN, LETHBRIOGE, AGENT. yew, delivered..... six mouth, delivered, Dully, three months, delivered. Daily, one month, delivered Otily, one year, by mail Daily, BIX months, by mail DftUy. three months, by mu.il Weekly Herald, one year 1.68. mine. changed as often as de- j tired; but both new and old be fiven. continue their business. It is said that most of the stores in the new blocks to be built this year have al- ready been leased. How would it be for the city to erect a few blocks to, givo accommodation to the crowded out merchants? Frobablv it would .gfi be as paying an investment as a coal I. ID Most of the jrrain the new west- SOMETHING TO BOAST OF. Much, of our time is devoted to mat ters connected with our material ad-j vancement and we'boast of our great resources, commercial importance and'! wonderful growth. It is foolish tow- j ever to occupy all our time with that; side of life. There is the iatellectual; 'and. artistic sides of which, young' ern route will be Crow's Xest line. shipptxl over the It is to bo the main C.P.H. freight line of the fu- ture. Ucbts WEST WILL RULE. A CANADIAN IN ENGLAND (Toronto Saturday Night.) Further Parliamentary Representa- tion and Cabinet Ministers. Ottawa, Jan. of the most important questions that the new Parliament of Canada will have to deal with before its of office expires will be a redistribution of the Parliamentary representation from the various provinces and a re- cognition of the growing importance of Western Canada by according it a larger representation in the Cabi- net than at present. In the last distribution of the FeUenil seats, the unit of represen- tation was about Quebec, by the British North American Act, is entitled to 65 seats, and the popula- tion of Quebec, divided by 65, gives j the unit of measurement throughout j the Dominion. It i. tention the comes back irom London luis and women far above tbe average, as amateur actors. Their work in this opera leads us to say that we have here the material for as clever an op- eratic organization as any city in the west. We are in entire accord with Mr- splendid suggestion that the company should be sent by our citi- perhaps the best of the time v-benj Sir William Van Home and his son! course, mean 4e taking away 01 two portfolios from the East. Ontario men >now liold five portfolios in the Laurier Cabi- R.B. Van Home, encountered the re- doubtable Edgar at the Hotel Cecil. It seems that Edgar makes his head- quarters at the Cecil where he keci'S automobiles, occupies a magnificent suite of apartments, and lives a-i Mr. net, with the prospects of another. the portfolio of Labor, in the near to compete for the Governor Pierpont Morgan might, General's.prize at Ottawa. "The fact that the entire words and music are the product of local gentle- men, is another leather in the city's cap. We have known. Hr. Conybeare's nature. Quebec has the Premiership, three portfolios and the Solicitor-General- ship. Vacancies will not be created to make further Cabinet representa- tion for the West, but added repre- sentation will take place in the efflux- ion of time. Thus will the oppor- tunities for Ontario and Quebec ing the large diamond was o{ lhe be lessened) I Hayr Transfer Co. j j J Leave vour Orders for COAL, etc. CANADIAN PACIFIC Western Excursions Single Fare PROFESSIONAL CARDS DR. W. S. GALBHAITH PhyticUn, Surftor., Accoucrttr HOUR8: Before 9 a.m.. 8-3; 7-8 p.m. Office 914 Redpath St. Phone M DR. O. J. COURT1CE OtntUt Graduate of Northwestern Quiver sity. Chicago, 111. Houw-9 to 12; 1 to 5. I and 2, Macdonald Block DOCTORS MEWBURN DEANE Redpath Strett HOUKS: Before "9 a.m. 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 D. A. TAYLOR, H.D., C.M., Specialist, Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. Stafford Block, Lethbridge, Alta. Office a.m., 2-5 p.m.. 7-8 p.ni but don't. the Cecil unheralded and uukiown. The gentleman behind the 'ies ly not interested in the new arrivals, a. has been Sllggestedj a j ability as an author but his magnifi-jand so thS two turned away unable j portfolio be created for the Depart- o[ Mineg ae Maritime rep. cent.effort as a playwright is a pltsa-l to secure desirable apartments and sant surprise. Of course Mr. Culvers j about to leave the hotel. Then re3entatioa in The Cabinet reduced to fondness for music and his.genius happened. Around the cor- of tuneful songs are known came a big, highly polished hun- to us. Now that we have had these' dred horse-power motor car, big two. revelations.let us the outside World a chance to appreciate them. Eet the rest of Canada know that Xathbrldge is not only a city of enough to accommodate the average French-Canadian family. There was a