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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 1, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, NOVEMBER 1909. Daily Herald SUN FIRE Established December, 1907 Published by tho Leihbridge Herald Printing Co., Ltd., every lawful evening at its oiiice, Hound St., Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN Managing Director and Editor Subscription Rates Daily, one year, delivered Daily, six months, delivered Daily, three mouths, delivered Daily, one month, delivered Daily, one year, by mail Daily, six months, by mail Daily, three months, by mail Addresses changed as often as desir- ed, but both new and -old addresses must be given. WEEKLY Published every Wednesday in eight pages, and contains a summary of me world's news of the week, local and foreign. One year, in Six months, in advance ........75 Three months, in -advance ......50 THE DAILY HERALD Is on sale at the foil-owing placi-s: The oldest Insurance Office In the world FOLNUKli 1710 1910 HOME OFFICE: LONDON. ENGLAND 1 Hrftacb. Sun Building, Toronto. H. M. Blackburn. C. B. BOWMAN. -AGENT, LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. 2.00 1.00 .35 3.00 1.75 .85 tin> obsequies large crowds lined tin- j X street all the way from tin- residencejf of the late Dr. G. J. Cooper to criti', where his remains were inter- red, lu addition to being a well knuwn and popular 'Radical 'he. was a very prominent Methodist and a very warm tribute to his memory was paid by the Rev. J. Scott Lid- gett, one of the most prominent Methodist divines in the city f Lon- who particularly mentioned the valuable work which the late b'T, as a practising physician in liermondsey, had done among-t the working class of that district. While the result- cannot fail to be disappointing to Liberals in general aind the government in particular. lil i is nothing in the situation advance t0 embarrass trf government, or that need cause any loss of sleep to those, who on either side of the Atlantic, watching iviih unabated interest, the outcome of the bravest Cross Drug and Book .store, J. G. Robertson Co., J. J. Johnston and most radical attempt in the, his- tory of English politics to extend pop- ular government and 'to place the Young Co., R. Ham- 1 burden of taxation and costs of gov- ilton. .'Pincher E. J. Mitchell, D. L. .McCrea. .Wjestlake Bios Alberta Drug Book Co. B. C. N. E. Suddaby. .Cranbrook, B. -Seattle Atchison. Q.. L. Reinecke. Dr. Tugham. ''Bow' A., F. Werls. Alberta, Hotel News Stand. Also .orT all C. P. R. trains. eminent on the shoulders of those who are best able to bear them. OUR POINT OF VIEW Alberta Red has made Alberta fa- mous and Alberta has made Alberta Red possible. THE BERMONDSEY DEFEAT absence of details respect the -British bye-election held in -the Bermondsey (London) const-itu 'eticy, the result of which was pub "lished in our last issue, the hearts of the British Tories are doubtless filled 'with joy. as they learn tha Spencer Leigh Hughes, the govern merit candidate, has been defeated and that another seat has been the Asquith government. This is all the more likely to occur, consid- ering the fact that, according to cable dispatches, the contest was regardec by all parties as a of the pop- .ularity of the Budget propcsals o. Hon. Lloyd-George. Additional weigh .might be given to this impression the fact that the Liberal eandi 'date is one of the most popular, bril Mant and Radical journalists on the British press. His daily articles in ,the Morning Leader, under the sou .briquet of "Sub Rosa" and his week- .ly letter "From My Point of ander his own signature, in Key- jnolds' Newspaper (the most advanced .Radical journal in England) wherein he ihas been dealing blows that 1 are and straight" at the silly clatter and chatter of the parsons, peers and publicans against the Bud- get brought him into the limelight and shown him to be a .worthy champion of the people's rights. His defeat is, therefore, all the more disappointing. Before, however, Liberals, at home or abroad, "hang their harps on the and their jubilant oppon- ents take them down, it might be advisable to recognize that new fact- ors have been imported into the con- test, which make comparisons diffi- cult. A three-cornered contest is in-, variably a gamble and even with a majority of to fall back upon, the Liberal party could, at most, only hope to retain the seat. It is a well fenown and generally recognized fact that practically the whole Socialist vote, in English Parliamentary elec- tions, when recorded for a Socialist candidate, are that many votes taken from the Liberal candidate. By a small exorcise in mathematics it will, therefore, be easily seen that by com- bining the Liberal vote of with the Socialist vote f it brings up t'he government strength to Conservative, candidate a ilie magnificent majority to ac- leaving th 'victor by of 2. Of cour.v- this count for defeat of the. Liberal can- didate alone, but other considerations may assist in minimizing the'result, which, we readily admit, is dis- ,appointing. It i? well known that the city of London is one of the most Conservative cities in the British Isles, -and although Bermondsey has a large working class population, 'consisting chiefly of dockers and tan- ners, until the great upheave! of 1906 it has been steadily and uninterrupt- edly Conservative'since 1895. In that year 'Mr. R. W. Barrow, after repre- SQnting t.hVsi constituency for .tliroo years as a Gladstonian Liberal, was defeated by Lafone., who won by a majority of 360. In 1000 Sir John ,W. one of the sitting members for Devonport and one of the most popular members of the Conservative on >uc Lionfion Council, was defeated by H, J. C. Cust, by a majority of 300. 4 The late member of par- "tially owed his election in 1906 to the unsavory record of the prede- cessors in office of the present gov- ernment, but the greater share of his victory was the result of his own popularity in the constituency. -This clearly evident by the fact that The delegation to Billings must have come home with the sort of feeling the lacrosse or football boys have after winning a champinship abroad. NOT IN ADE'S SET The first time Mrs. the Knglish actress, to Chicago the city editor sent reporters over to in- terview .her. Among them was George Ade, then working for the Record. "How do 'you like Chicago, Mrs. he asked. "Oh, I have not been here long en- ough to answer that, but I know 1 shall like it. I am so infatuated with your country, and I know I ehall dearly love Chicago. I have met some charming Chicago people." said Ade, "whom do you "Why, I have met Mr. Armour and Mr. Fairbanks and 'Mr. Higinboth- am and several others. Do you know said Ade, "I have heard of them, but then, you know, all these you have mentioned are in trade. Good-morning." il II II New Valencia Raisins and New Peels just received The Bentiey Co, ltd. iRd ietiil JOHN GEDDES GRAIN COMMISSION MERCHANT Offices.' Winnipeg and Leth- bridge. Lethbridge Office: 307 Crabb street: Phone 455. G. UaC. O'GRADY, Jr. Agent. that the warning. will be sufficient, and that it will not be again neces- sary to institute proceedings. It is in the interests of all residing in the district to see that the roads and the bridges are kept in first class condi- tion and undamaged. FRENCH BISHOPS WILL GO INTO POLITICS Plum Jj shall be guilty of an offence and li- able upon summary- convictioon there- of to a fine not exceeding Tcuicnse, France, Oct. Congres; of Catholics in session under the presidency of Archbishop Mar- tin today adopted resolutions outlin- ing a political program. This latter- alleges the right of the church to ihold property including monasteries and convents and demands the restitu- tion ultimately of the 'church pro- perty forfeited under the separation j law. Archbishop Cabrierez, of Mont- WASHING Washing your car in the cold' weather is very import- ant. We have a competent man in charge of this depart- ment. [lie Standard Garage Co. Phone 343. Wood St. HORSES HORSES The bridge for which ,the convic- j peHer, declared: "We must become HARDWICK'S SWIMMING POOL j Representative Har'dwick, of San- dersville, is the smallest man, phy- sically, in the House of Representa- tives. Colonel "Ike" Hill, late Demo- cratic employe of the house, said once of Hardwick: "You could drown him in a fountain pen." l tion was obtained is situated south Alberta grain, Alberta speakers and the Alberta delegation loomed up large at the Billings .Congress. Al- berta commanded attention and res- pect without asking for either. THE POOR POET The bard knows no bonanza, Xo life of gay romance. He chances many a stanza. But seldom stands a chance. S. Stinson. There is something wrong some- where when that fellow Robinson gets I off with manslaughter for committing! a worse crime than his who is; sentenced to be hanged. Some read-! justment of the scales of justice is i badly needed. Citizens ,vho have not got the large idea of what Lcthbridge should ao in providing parks and should visit the neighboring city of i one %vav Great Falls and see what they have done and are doing there. They have EVERY MAN FOR HIMSELF Colonel Riordan, who runs the To- ronto Mail and Empire, was going home one night when he ran across a friend leaning against a fence, thinking deeply. "Is that you, the friend asked. "It is; and what are you doing here at this hour of the "Thinking, thinking on the human problems of the day. y0u Eiordarij there onlv boulevards, one wav can all of Langdon and is over one of the main irrigation ditches. Very little damage was done in this instance, political as well as religious chiefs as are the bishops of other countries." but the case was principally taken The Sisters Faithful Companions of ,-rrv iu Jesus will hold their annual sale of up as a test case. Where the damage Wflrk on Thursday p is done in many cases is to the ap-! and Saturday 3oth of proaches. This is the first case oi the kind in which judicial proceddings were taken by .the 'C. P. I. C. Co.; but in future they intend to bring up every case of the kind which comes under their notice It ie hoped, however, October, and ask their friends kindly to patronize this small undertaking, the pro- ceeds of which destined to start a building fund for the erection of a much needed new convent. All are cordially invited. Entrance: No. 116 Coutts Street. 257-16 h a system of parks and of boulevards: of which they are justly proud, but they are going in even stronger and are now making a fifteen mile drive- way. Their nursery contains acres and acres of trees in all stages of growth. "What's asked Eiordan. said the friend, FTBELLION IN GREECE HAS BEEN SUPPRSSED Athens, Oct. minia- ture rebellion has been suppressed, shall never be' entirely and complete- ly happy until every man can print his own moaev." IMPORTANT TEST CASE according to official announcement of! (jone t the government today. Nevertheless a danger of the revolt breaking out in new places will exist so long as the mutinous lieutenant remains at large. There are conflicting reports as to the whereabouts of Tibaldos and his staff, the other point definite- ly settled being that the would-be dic- tator and his immediate followers Damage to Bridges Caused by Trac- tion Engines (Gleichen Call) some, time past there have been complaints about damage having been The Time to Make Money is at the beginning of things. We are selling and selling rapidly our _ large tract of farm lands on the Arrow Lakes. The district has already made good. The market is practically unlimited. The time to make money Is When You Get the Chance No fruit lands in America are sold at a fairer price or on more favorable terms than ours. No fruit lands in America are more productive. This is a strong claim. Let us show you the property and explain how we can make such terms. Here's a Chance for Everybody whether it be the home seeker or the investor. Nothing surer in fither line. If you want horses call at J. F. Rodger's sale stable. If I haven't what you want I can get them. J. F. Rodgers Sale Stables Wood Street, Lethbridge PROFESSIONAL CARDS DR. W. S. Surgeon. Accoucher. 9 a.m.. 2-3; 7.8 p.iu, Office 014 path St. Phone 53. DOCTORS MEW8URN AND DEAWO Street. Hours-Before a.m., 2-3. 7-6. DR. A. McNALLY-Office Staflord Block. Residence oor. Bompas and Phone: Office 377; 1 2. ft. J. E. Surgeon. Accoucner, -Oddfello Block, 9 a.m.. n tc 3 to 5. 7 to 8. Phone, day night. 342. Best Lump on the market, per ton Nut coat, delivered. Address postcard to New Mine, Royal View. F. WADDINGTON 28! City Agent. I Coal, Ice and 1 PRAYING Western Transfer Co. LONG BEOS.Proprietors Office opposite Balmoral PH O N E Call or write bridges over ir- rigation ditches, etc., and so preval- ent has the nr-gligence of traction ine drivers become of late in the ?j> irrigation belt that the C. P. C. bring forward one of the culprits as j Co., which is responsible for the up- keep of these bridges, determined to Arrow Lake Orchards M. FREEMAN, General Agent, Lethbridge LODGE ALBERTA, Sons of England Benefit Society Meets in the Oddfedllows' Hal every first and third Wedneeda; the month .at 8 b.m. For fu] particulars apply W. J. Wade, Fred T. W. President. Sec.v Box 57: a test case The result was that on Wednesday last John Vanderveld was haled before E. J. P., and fined and costs for having a gov- ernment bridge without taking pre- cautions laid down by the statute. There was no defence offered, ac- nave surrendered to the government, i cused pleading Mr. Lambert, in summing up the case, said that as this was the first case of its kind that had been up be- fore- him he would deal lenientlv with have fled. The torpedo boat destroyer Vt-los with her rebel crew is also roaming1 driven "a over in unknown seas. Several officers, sailors nt-n in the dockvards at and work- Salamis Three of the revolters were killed j and several were wounded when a! shell from the government's land; struck the mutinous torpedo boat Sephendora during the engage-! of yesterday Afternoon. ;ALGARY WILL HELP FIRE STRICKEN PEOPLE Calgary, Oct. special corn- it, but- in future if any more cases j were brought before him he would] deal with them severely. That part of the ordinance doalirfg with the case reads as follows: Chapter 9, section 74, sub-section 4 mittce appointed at the last city coun of the ordinances of .the North West j Imperial Bank of Canada HEAD Capital Authorized Capital Paid Up....................................... Reserve D. Wilkie, President. Hon. Robert J affray, Vice-President. .Accounts of Corporations. Municipalities. Merchants, Fanners and Private Individuals invited. SAVINGS attention is given to Savings Bank Accounts. Deposits of and upwards received and inter- est allowed from date of deposit. LETHBRIDGE R. SEATLE, Manager. vBegin Block, Round St., beside Bentley's Store. LETHBRIDGE CALEDONIAN SOCIETY Caledonian Hall, Gljn St Club room open evening 7.30 to 10.30, Sunday excepted. All Scotsmen welcome. A. L. JOHNSTON, Secy., J. H. KELLIE, Box 320 Prw. li. Meets 1st and 'frd M o n d ays in K of P Hall at 8 o'clock. V isiting oretbren are cordially invited. a. ASHCROFT, W.P. 24-ly GUS NEIDIG, W.I. cil meeting1 to consider a report rela- ive to th..' relief of the settlers burn- out in the recent prairie fires at' Majesty, in connection with the moves Territory: "That every person who uses any bridge, the property of His Berry Creek met yesterday mont of any portable steam engine' md decided on steps to take to that or any steam traction engine shall The city will be asked to start: provide sufficient planks of not less i fund of by an appropriation than two inches in thickness and 12 )i the remainder to be raised inches in width, to be laid londtud- by private subscription provided the .ally upon the flooring of such bridge provincial operate arm the breaking of the trails.. government will in the distribution also co-1 under the wheels of such" portable of foods steam engines, ancl any person nesrlecr ing to provide and use such planks EASTERN TOWNSHIPS BANK A.F. A.M., Q.R.A. Lethbridfe Lcdie Regular meeting night, the third Thursday of each month in the Maajoic Hall, P. 0. Block, at 8 p.m. Visiting brethren will al- ways receive a hearty A. C. Messer. W.M. G. V. Storkey, Secretary. P. 0. Box 637. 1859. A general Bars kino; business transacted; or ivier- Why Throw Good Money Away for oor Medicines? But whenever in need of drug store goods. them at the Red Cross, and you may then feel perfectly sure that you are getting nothing but the very best. keep only the purest drugs and medicines, and the most carefully selected sundries. On r prices are right The Red Cross Drug Book Co. THE SAFE, STORE Day and Night Phone 5 Acadia Block Night Bell Red path Street Dispenser. Picture Framer. chants and Farmers invited Savings Bank Department in connection, deposits of SI .00 and upwards received and in- terest allowed at highest current rates. Lethbridge Branch ROUND STREET Old Sage Store J. A. R. ROME, Manager. Modern Woodmen of America Lethbridge Camp No. I36oa. Meets in the Oddfellows Hall second and fourth Wednesday of the month, visiting neighbors wilj ways receive a hearty welcome. COKH Gillor, G. L. Griffith; Banier, W. N. D. A. TAYLO" M.D., C.M ist. Eye, Ear, and Thrott Stafford Block. Lethbridge, Ah. Office a.m.. g-t p a. "-8 p.m. DR. GARNET T. iVES, DENTIST- Graduate Boyal College of Surgeons, Toronto. Staffed Block fi and a. 9 1-5. Phone 463. MISS G.A.DAlNTY-Graduate has opeaed a private Wallwork St., near the B S1118' cases, 50 per, day' perJdfty- children. per day. Patients are "ipe'cv ed to pay one. week in advance and to pay tor their .own uaedicinea spirits. Phoae 269. MUSIC ERNEST F., LAYTON- Violin and theory. Will receive pupils oa- hii return from the Lyceum Concert s fall tour, about the 1st week of November. Private and claw lessons. For terms and particulars apply to Mr. E. TJ. Eylands, ALEXANDER, AT M, A O C M Graouate Toronv- Conservatory of Musac; Gold Med- alist Ontario of Mus- ic Whitby. is prepared to accept a limited number of pupila in culture and piano instruction. Concert engagements accepted. Ad- ciress People's Drug Store, West- minster Eoad. P. 0. Box 1843 Phone 445. MADAM NORMAN-Professional pi- amst and Teacher of Music, at lib- erty, for engagements town or coun- try MISS NORMAN, teacher of ballroom and stage dancing, Wed- sd 3 to 3 to 8, Caledonian Hall or urabb street. LEGAL JOHNSTONE BITCH I ters and Office-a "2g Union Bank, Lethbridge L Johnstene; J. Norman 'Bitchie aimmsns. Barristers So n.d WotarieB. Money to loan C. Simmon- g. j. Shepherd' C._F. P. CONYBEARE, K.C., .D C L Barrister, Solicitor, Etc Offiw bert AI' tary- Room Lethbridge, Alta. Acmdia Block. V SURVEYING ney Block. Phone 205. 5. Wbii VM. T- WILLiAMS-Architect. ifef F. B. RQLFSON-Archiieci. Whitney Block. Be AS. A. MACDONALD-Jrci{ MacdonalcJ Block, Redpatb St M. Calgary Lethbridge. Specialist in ir-.R. sanitation, boating aod ventiM tion. Srnest E. Carver. M.B.A.Al M.R.A.. A.A.I.C.. Ett.. JUn Lethbridge Office. Bryan- Block V ILL I AM WATTS-Builder ana con tractor, is prepared to give eew mates free of cost on ail kind? work in the building iaelart. ing, repairs, alterations. Ac. Box 51J Lethbridge. Merchants Bank of Canada! ESTABLISHED {1854 4 t I I Western Chartered Corporation Ltd. Capital Financial Agents. Fiscal Agents Brokers. for Roya1. Collieries Ltd All Standard Stocks Handled MEAD Q. c Hi; AD OFFICE. MONTREAL Paid-up Capital Reserve and Undivided Profits _____ Accounts of Merchants, Farmers and Ranchers Solicited Drafts Honey Orders Letters of Credit Savings Bank Department Lethbnige Branch- CoaMale Block, Redpath St. t St. John, N. B., Oct. tele- gram received at the office of Sobfrt Reford Company tonight from Capt. Gillis, shore captain of the Donaldson line, who went to the scene of the Hestia wreck, stated he had hold a survey on the ship and found she would be a total loss. A 'small por- tion of the cargo may be salvaged if I the weather holds fine. 1ER6ERT toi foundations, concrete walks, base- ments and all kinds of eoacretr Terms reasonable Eeti mates cheerfully given. 630. City. WM. J. St.. Duff Addition. Contractor and builder. Estimates freely It will pay you to call before building. UNDERTAKING ADD I SON Under takers and Em banners, Tht older established business in the city Phoiie 102. OfSce and 321 Crabb St. Parlors open and night. T S FETTERLY--FUNERAL 01. TfECTOR AN-D naees aod equipment new 100 uj to date. Parlors opposite fire ball Open day and nwrht. P. 0. Box A. J. and.expert builder, of Minneapolis. Am prepar- ed to build stores, flats, houses, mills and factories of design and material. Write him General Delivery, Lethbridge, Altav and he will call on you. 283-11 ;