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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 5, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta HERAL., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 5. 1909. at -ill times the possible position of ,of Alberta it is just as well to remark The cultivation of the habit that the law of Virginia .regarding danger. ol caution and safety the automobile and chauffeurs does not Established December, 1907 Published bv the Lethbridge Herald Printing Co., Ltd., evening at its oiLJ Letfcbricge. Alberta, Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN Managing Director and Editor Subscription Rates Daily, one year, delivered Daily, six months, delivered Daily, three months, 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 ewry Wednesday hi eight j pagc-s, and contain? a summary of the world's news of the week, local ami 'foreign. One year, in advance .........SI-50 Six months, in advance ........75 Three months, in advance ......50 THE DAILY HERALD for. a to K'urn and the law j obtain in Alberta, should help him to do it. i ________________ Tlx-iv is no doubt about the rate- SPORES i Pajvrs by-law to buy the in Hamilton, Oat., j big park at trie east of the city and wanu-1 tlu-mjth.- smaller park in Ward. They atv b'.-th sood bargains and the !ly a in to young every lawiui spom :ls Hound ruinillg the young manhood pt'opiv- wjmt t.'h'-m both. of the nation. Hr lie; knew of which boys and younjr aici! i Th. infonn.-itiun lu- has speak well for the of sports with which he has bmi assoeiat'.'d. over six in lie couleo nir'-U and made into a tratiic bridgi-. It would mean a good 2.00 1.00 .35 3.601 1.75 .85 Tin- c uncil is submitting three laws only one of which means the ;K New Valencia It is mu- ami no can deny it cxr-vinlituiv of any mou-.'v. That will now for tin- ratfpayt-rs tht-y doubtless will appreciate it- by-law that mil it-tie jjport.- too often have got tii.- hands of nu-n who ploitK1, sports for p TSi-iial and pv-j it by voting. ouniary uain. 'It i-s true al-o a j through. I good iy have got an i-rront'iHis idea "J what val sport is. the idt-u ti'.at ni'-ans "win at any c st, fair of foul." To oth'-rs is to play and tiit-Ti irivc- to tih" animal pas- sions and that ivai athl-.tic spf'i'i sci-ks tc and .subriur-. iiut aiv the jimoiv-' jiinUiUiufS iiiive been New Peels just received r R ETOKT S A R C A ST 1C did that naughty Huh- boy of yours get hurl good little boy of Is on sal- at the following places: Tht, up th.-ir atlnt-nc yourg hit'him w-'th a i Cross Drug and lioukj xvju s a nation store, J. u. Robertson Co., J. J-: .'ffiniiuat.-, dob rirched and; EXOUGH FOR HIM Johnston Atiil-tic TIOI- only' The Bentley Go. ltd. WiicUsiile and Hetsil 35 When thf physician arrived -at the his R. W. to tlh- Ix'dy but are oi-siirnated house he found that ilton. jnir-TUal in vh-v.-.-k-pinfr tin- im-ntal abil-1 patieal was a poor 0M who Pincher J. Mitchell, D. L-j ity, conducive to gat jn bed ana inquired McCrea. rafvid tiioudit, quick sys-; mucj, yo' charge, doctah Bro.-, and el, an thought. itvi so; dollars a visit, which in- Drue Book Go j man it built up. my time.-. experience, advice, FernFe, B. K. Suddaby. j athletic sport In- U-arns th- value ancl me don't Cranbrook, B. Beatlif Atchison. and of clean habits. His L. Reinecke. Grassy TugJiam. Bow F. Werts. Hotel News Stand. Also on all C. P. R. trains. poor coon sr-nse of IIOIKT is if he an dem .extras just gib me 10 has any. and his dishonor i? shamed xvo'lh o' vo' mod'cine. 7K v I V Opened To-day With a full line of Furniture, Rugs, Linoleums, etc. Also Silent Sales- men and Show Cases OPPOSITE NEW FIRE HALL We are here to save you money Watch Our Prices PROFESSIONAL CARDS OR. W. I. Burgeon, Accoucher. 9 a.m.. JM; 7.8 p.m. Office 814 path St. 53. DOCTORS MEWBJJRN AND Street. a.m.. 2-3. 7-8. p'. Wc.NALLY-Office Block. Residence oor. Bompas Crabb. Phone: Office 72. DK. J. E. LOVER INQ-PhyaicU. Surgeon. Accoucder, Block. Hours-Til! 9 a.m.. n to i 3 to 5. 7 to 8. Phone, 'day ,0. night, 342 LANGFORD HOT AFTER BIG NEW CHAMPION HORSES HORSES out of him if he ha? not. True sport i? a great safeguard to any younir man. This has been found t.riu- in the work of the Young Men's and rial's enough fo' me NOT BIDDING FOR FAME -The kindness and modesty of an un- York, Nov. Langford. the Black Boston pugilist, is hot on the trail of Jack Johnson and on I o Saturday, before the negro champion: could start for Chicago, ho this sweeping defi: "I want Johnson to light- me before j eg he- lights Jeffries. He can in cash from me the moment he steps into the ring. I will five. him six, ten, twenty-five, forty-five j or a hundred rounds for a side. i winner to take the entire purse or T5 per cent. ,1 will accept any rea- If you want horses call at J. F. Rodger's sale stable. If I haven't what you. want I can get them.' Sale Stables Wood Street, .Lethbridge Christian Association uud it" is aad known man .who saved a small j sonable offer, and I will win." Valley Fair -Kennels, of Simsbury, Conn., will enter a dog team ot Rus- sian wolfhounds in the Alaska 000 trophy race next spring. The. of America are blam- ed, {or..-killing a great many people, it is .true 'the''level- crossing, in the collision, an.d; the is something- ap- palling. These are accidents, for which the companies in the main can be held responsible. But greater than any of these is the records of fatali- ties as a.result of people trespassing on the railway tracks. In the thick- ly settled parts, as well as in the newer districts, where good' roads axe scarce, it is a custom of people to make a public highway of the track. There is the excuse, of a short cut. Often taking the track saves a long, will continue to be one of the es'sen- iife have furnished the New York cor- j r. t ial features of the work of that asso- j respondent of the Chicago 'Tribune' ciation. That young man is safest a human little story. J i who has his body and mind occupied Bertie Kavanagh, who is seven 19 A n a reasonable extent with years oW, went to Central Park one j AINU 1 Hit K whether it be in the gymnasium in the field. hard', saves fording a river or running the danger ol thin ice. In many parts the track is the only available. It is not to be wondered at, therefore, that they are used a great deal in this way. T That it is very dangerous and that- many take the short cut only to land unexpectedly in their last long home is aonply proved by the figures: In 1893 the number of ires-passers killed on American railways was in 1907 the number was more than fifteen persons for every day in the year. On the' Pennsylvania railway lines alone 915 trespassers were kill- ed in 1907. In the ten years prior to January 1, 1909, no less than people were killed by trains while walking tracks on the Pennsyl- vania system. Railway journals are advocating ;i more severe and certain law dealing with cases of trespass on railway tracks. The companies forbid people using their tracks. In older settled parts this a feasible prohibition, but it is different in new settlements where ri are scarce and often bad. where a railway bridge crossing river or .coulee saves from five to forty miles of a detour. It would be hardly iair to the companies to require them to mii'ke their grade wide enough TO allow for a footpath, but it would not -be of the range -of feas- ibility especially in newvr districts for the government within whose scope it might come pay the icl- ditional .-xpt-nse of such a path. Th danger would then to a very large ex- tent be and the convenience retained. AS OTHERS SEE LLOYD-GEORGE The figure of Lloyd-George, Chan- cellor oi the Exchequer of the great- est nation in the world and the .auth- or of the budget that has created the fiercest debate of half a century, is one that is commanding attention, not only in Great Briatin and the Overseas Dominions, but also in tlie other nations of the world. The Springfield Republican is one of the keenest observers in the Unit- ed States and of Lloyd-George it says Mr. Lloyd-George, judged by his record in the. Boer war, is not a afternoon lately to sail his boat on Conservatory Pond. In reaching out too far from the board walk, he tum- bled in. Johnny Cusack, 'eight years old. was the only person who" saw him. "Bertie's in the lake and drown- ing cried Johnny, as ran up to several other boys who were inter- ested in their own boats. The boys could see nothing of Ber- tie, and none of them dared venture into the lake- A man in overalls was sitting on a bench a short distance and one of the of the boys told him what had happened. The man dropped the newspaper he had been reading, and went with the recuiu. J-ii ijue.-Dutn wai, uui, a. int-ie TT demagog, for public man in Great messenger. He jumped in, clothes and Britain equalled him in braving and felt about the bottom with popularity by criticising the policy }u-s feet. of conquest of South Africa. He The water was breast-high. After hostile- mobs, had his. meetings brok-' up and dared to be called by his a time he felt something, and reach- opponents a traitor. A man of that ing down, he found the boy clinging character cannot be disposed of as a some roots at the bottom. He popularity and fickle oppor- j the boy.g carrieri him to the board walk. A policeman tunist. Whetlier his convictions are baseci on pure reason or on pure sym- pathies oa' emotions, they are still came down on the run, and sent for convictions, and. Mr. Lloyd-George is i ari ambulance. one who would follow them regardless yotr name and a of the temporary gusts or ev.n the j lhc p0iiceman asked the rescuer. bafflinir whirlwinds of popular pas- v-r .1 1.. difiprence does it make w He is, at "the same time, a per- who son, who -can play with responded the man. upon .popular feeling wbJen it tends to run to his own advantage 1i he finds "himself leading a. popular cause, he does not hesitate to appeal j to the popular sentiments and even prejudices which give that cause pop- ular strength. And he does this in a way that brings airainst him the i 1 want to get it on the records." said the policeman. "G'wan with your records I'm no hero. I got kids of me own home with 'the old said the man, as he. squeezed some water TO Arrow Lake Fruit Lands LEAVES LETHBRIDGE COAL Best Lump on the market, per ton Nut coal, delivered. Address postcard to New Barnes Mine, Royal View. F. WADDINGTON Phone 261 City Agent. D. A. TAYLOP M.O., C.M ist, Eye, Ear, Noae and Thr0mi Stafford Block. Lethbridge. Office Hours-9.30-i2 a.m.. 8.5 p m 7-8 p.m. DR. GARNET T. IVES, DENTIST 1-5 MISS to pay one week iD advance Coal, Ice and DRAYING 1 s Western Transfer Co. j LONG-BROS.Proprietors Office opposite Balmoral PH ONE es Calgary and Macleod points on November 10th, connecting at Macleod. Those intending to purchase this season should get busy and notify Mr Freeman at the earliest possible date. Arrow Lake Orchards M. FREEMAN, General Agent, Lethbridge LODGE PRIDE OF ALBERTA, No. 293, Sons of England Benefit Society Meets in the Oddfedllowu' Hall 1 every first and third Wednesday the month at 8 p.m. For full particulars apply W. J. Wade, Fred T. Robins W. President. Sec.. Box 67. char-e of being an inciter of -class clothes, and started his Tilu trance. most interesting aspect of Mr. I The ambulance surgeon resuscitated U-ody-Geonre's development is that the radical democracy of England has j icleiitly found a formidable leader. I and that, however coming elections may gro. whatever even may be the fate of the -budget and free trade, Mr. Llody-George will remain to be reck- oned with for the next twenty years a.s a radical force capable in time of i AN EXPERT "You wish a position as chef in- terrogated the hotel man. "Had much experience "I should say so, responded seriously modifying the economic, and the applicanfin the fur coat and long social base? of English life. For if whiskers. used to be chef on an England, rejecting the principles up- on, which the "red flag" budget is arctic expedition." "Indeed An-d what is your spec- insr? success at Omaha. CARE WITH FIREARMS The number of -un accident.s re- ported thes'.: days is UK large. Every day eomo ofj-ity to urge politicians to kevp the- men and boy T The Red Cross Drug Book Co. THE SAFE, SATISFACTORY DRUG STORE Day and Night Phords 5 Night Bell Ditpenter. Acadia Block Redpatb Street Picturt Imperial Bank of Canada HEAD Capital Authorized Capita! Paid Up Fund D. R. President. Hon. Robert Jaffray, Vice-President. Accounts of Corporations. Municipalities. Merchants, Farmers and Private Individuals invited. SAVINGS attention ia given to Savings Bank Deposits of and upwards received and inter- est allowed from date of deposit.________ LETHBRIDGE BRANCH-W. R. SEATLE, Manager. Begin Block, Round St., beside Bentley a Store. EASTERN TOWNSHIPS BANK INCORPORATED 1859. CAPITAL AND RESERVE A general Banking business transacted Accounts of Mer- chants and Farmers invited Savings Bank Department m connection, deposits of SI.00 and upwards received and in- terest allowed at highest current rates. Lethbridge Branch ROUND STREET 0 Old Sage Store J. A. R. ROME, Manager. ERNEST- F. LAYTON-v-iolin and theory. Will receive pupi f on ht mum from the Lyceum Concert Qp.'s tall tour about the .1st week of November. Private and M A-i ALEXANDER, AT M, A O C M Toronto Conservatory of .-Music; Gold Med- alist Ontario Conservatory of Mua- is Prepared to accept a limited number of pupils in culture and piano instruction. Concert engagements accepted Ad- dress People's Drug Store. West- ounater Road. P. Q. Box 1843 Phone 445. LEGAL JOHNSTONS RITCHIE-Barri. ters and solicitors. Office adioin- mg Union Bank, Lethbridge. L M Johnstone; J. Norman Kitchie LETHBRIDGE CALEDONIAN SOCIETY Meets Caledonian Hall, Glyn St. Club room open evening 7.30 to 10.30. Sunday excepted. AH Scotemen welcome. A. L. JOHNSTON. Secy., J. H. KELLIE. Box 330. Prea. letttridge Aerie No. 83? Meets 1st and 3rd M o n d ays In K. of P Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting orethren are cordially invited. j. ASHCROFT, W.P. 24-1? QUS NEIDIG, W.I. SIMMONS SHEPHERD-Successor, to W. C. Simmona. Barristers 80- Ucitors and Notaries, Money to loan W. C. Simmons 3. J. Shepherd. P. CONYBEARE, K.C., .D.C.L. Barrister, Solicitor. Etc Conybeare Block, Lethbridge 11." berta. a r >J' Solicitor, Notary. Room 14 ford Blk H. H. DUN 8t- licitor, Etc., Office Acadk Bloek Lethbridge, Alta. SURVEYING J-_F- HAMILTON, Land Surveyor, arrigjatifflu and Hy draulic Engineer. Room 5 Whit- ney Block. Phone 205 ARCHITECTS AND VM. T. Whit ney Block. Late of Williams Broi Architects, Detroit. F. B. Eooto Whitney Block. JAS. A. Macdouald Block. Bedpatb Lethbridfu W. M. DO Calgary tut Lethbridge. Specialist in ing. sanitation, heating tion. Erneat E. M B A 1 M.E.A.. A.A.I.C.. Ett.! MaiiHei Lethbridge Office, Bryai Block. A.F. A. A.M., Q.R.A. Lethbridge Lodge Kegular meeting the third Thursday ot each month in the Masonic 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. O. Boi 687. WILLIAM WATTS-Builder and tractor, is prepared" to give eiti- matea free of coat on all work in the building trade, includ- ing, repaira, alterations, WM. J. St., DuE Addition. Contractor and builder. Estimates freely givem. It will pay you to call before building. ADD (SON 8ON--Leading Under takers and Embalmers. established business in the city Phooe 102-. Otfice and 321 Crabb St. Parlors open dn> and night. T S. D> 'RECTOR AND riages and equipment new nj to date. Parlors opposite fin Open day and P. 0. Boi 493. ACCOUNTANT W D. accoTifti4nt. Audits, liquidations, general account- ing, and advice thereon. Icadu Building, Lethbridge, ;