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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 9, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LSTHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1909. TO CONSERVE THE COAL OF ALASKA National in Character, Distinctive in Appearance, Dashing in Style, Modest in Price A Leading American Makes! That Pretest About Pres- j ent Policy S'cw York, Nov. Chas. A. Elliott, as President of the National Conservation Association, to-dav is- sued a statement on the danger of j the monopolistic control of the sourc- es oi power in this country, which is declared to be urgent. The statement is in The form af an appeal lo tin; American people and deals particu- 1 larlv with the much discussed ques- Features that have made tion of the coal fields of Alaska and sheds new light on that situation. It! Is the Best Kidney In tho World. If people only realized the danger of Weak and the value of "Fruit- there.would be practically no Kidney Disease in Canada, When ihe kidneys become congested (too full of blood) or strained from overwork, they can quickly be made and strong again by taking a bos or two of Pain in the back, frequent headaches, loss of appetite, sleeplessness, coated tongue, constant desire to are the common symptoms of congestion of the kidneys. The only possible way to relieve this congestion, is to force the bowels and skin to rid the system of more waste matter and thus allow the inflamed kidneys to rest and grow strong again. being fruit juices, intensified, soothes and stimulates the kidneys, and at the same time rouses the bowels and skin to healthy action. Dy their prompt action on bowels and skin, almost instantly relieves the intense pain in back and promptly takes away every YOUNG MAN GOT THREE MONTHS Irand Made and guaranteed by H. VINEBERG CO., LIMITED, Manfred. Sold with a Guarantee by 60 McKeMe McGuire, Lethbridge. RUGBY FOOTBALL IN THE EAST j. Canadian Fit-Finish-Style in the BOULEVARD CASTLE for 50c. At 2 for 25c. you can buy tiiis shape in Elk Brand, named "NEWPORT." I says I The National Conservation Associ- j j a i ion is convinced oi" the urgent need of immediate measures to prevent the of the great sources of I and mechanical power hi the United States from being seized bv monopo-! listie organizations and to secure the j host development of these sources in j the interest of the whole people. I i "These sources are waterfalls ami j i coal. Under the existing laws the 'wisest development is practically im- possible." The following statement describes j the situation with respect to coal j lands j "The present coal land law at-! tempts to prevent coal monopoly bv 1 requiring small entries by claimants j who intend to develop the mines for i their own belief but the law fails! of its object and in other respects i does not protect the public interest.! 'Since, however, the existing law in-1 adequate though it is, affords the on- jly protection which the public now i 'have, iis provisions should be rigor- ously enforced. "The coal lands in the possession If you are suffering with your kidneys, begin at once to take "Fruit-a-tives" and you will quickly realize the .value of these tablets. At a box, 6 for or size, from Fruit-a-tives limited, Ottawa. WAS TREKKING !N PITIABLE PLIGHT With Wife Blind, Child Starved, Horse Crippled, Whitehead Had Hard Times ly absorbed under the present inade- quate law. The great fields of Alas- ka, estimated'to contain fifteen bil-j lion tons, still remain tlio heritage of' mo K. JVlunro in the Courier) Football in 1909 is just as full of college yells or club yells, and oppor- tunities for the spectators to con- tract pneumonia, as it was in other years. But the unshorn locks which marked the followers of the rough j .and tumble game are gone. Foot-! ball hair is no longer in vogue; let all the barkers lift up their voices! arid rejoice. And in football championships change almost as reluctantly as fa- shions.' When a club gets a good team it generally lasts till its stars die or get married.- Thus it is not surprising that with, the season onlv about half over the old question is -being asked, "Varsity or Tigers for the Canadian m LUU tuui. ftiuuca tu. w geological survey is less than one- For though there arc three associa- j their line has never been crossed and j of the of these coal- tions1 recognized as the senior class in the total points scored against them; Therc arc about 900 Ontario and Quebec, the part of Can- jis a meask-y S or a. They are not cntrics jn the Aiaska coal fields. It a'da that arrogates to itself the set-j doing their- scoring on their oppon- j ig true thp field was tlemcnt of most national errors cither, bit- carrying the ships, only two can really claim to i ball across the enemies lines in runs be in the running. These are the In-j that are both spectacular and efiec- London.. Nov. Sanders ordered be Destroyed a which was in a pitiable condi- tion, hi connection with trig case is the strange story c-f a man named Lewis Whitehead, who claims Tavis- tock .as his residence, and says he was burnwl out there. Several day; ago some one reported to Mr. Sanders that a man, accompanied by his wife and child., and a crate of chickens, was driving toward London, living farmers, and with a horse that was in" a terrible condition. The in- of the United States are being rapid-! 3pector at once 50Uffht tJf fflan; but jit was some time betore he could lo- j eate him! tht3 party 'ier is the people, but bad as is the general! coal laid law of the United _ When he did so, lie found in a pitiable plight. The stone blind, the child was half starved, and the man himself that of Alaska is even worse for the nearly all of last year's team j sovernment is absolutely limited to a arc making a runaway race of it. i cnarse of ,len dollars an acre, which They aiv rolling up record scores and j according to a public statement by are holding their opponents so safe the ,directors of the United States that in the four games played to date Geological Survey is less than a wretched appearance. The was limping along on three L-arv its bones its skin.'and it was evident cruelty to ask it to work. The mother was tak- of the child, about five years and the party was living from, to mouth on the charitv f terprovincial or Big Four, made up They have yet to meet McGIll daims withdrawn from entn- but the legal- ity of that withdrawal has been ques- ioned. Even if the nine hundred nQW Comin2. to trial should be a out-stoned, Whitehc'ad said two. weeks on the road. had burned out in Tavistock, :i-u! having' neither nor work, clecidrd to to London, where chances would be better. Taking with iiini his wife and child, and the crate Of Ottawa Montreal, Tigers of Montreal and Queens in Toronto, fraudulent, new claimants ilton and Argonauts of Toronto, and j but it is conceded that they j filc Qn thcse landg under the Qh_ I of chicke-.s, he started on his jour- the Intercollegiate, in which the j will go through the series without a I provisions oi the existing j and the whole out-fit had put in teams of Toronto 'Varsity, Ottawa j while their followers are without restriction against mon- Queen's and MeGill kht for j slow to claim that they will also j and wastc and without supremacy. The third association, [down the famous Tigers and hang a1 the Ontario Union, composed of two Dominion championship in their col- Toronto clubs which get into condi-, lege halls, the first since the great trying to force their way into I Casey Baldwin team defeated Ottawa Big Four and a well walloped Rough Riders in the dying moments either i necessary provisions. j "We have urged the present admin-; ist.rfl.tion to postpone for the. com- mon good, the trial of these claims.; have no doubt in view of team from Petcrboro, don't figure in j of that never-to-be-forgotten game at j thesc facts the funds of j the sama in the beginning of the j year. The ministers oi the four Pro-' testant churches in town were pre- sent at the meeting. Brown's moving pictures attracted good audiences io the opera house on Friday and Saturday nights. Little Miss Thayer witih her illustrated and other songs were an additional at- traction. Mr. Brown will show here again on Friday and Saturday next, j The road work from here to the sta- j tion was -completed Saturday night. The repairs accomplished on this particular piece of road have put it in splendid condition, and the work has been of a lasting character. Now j that the winter is about with us, the- benefits of an excellent highway wall be the more appreciated. Besides-the Jeanne Russell Co., which will hold the 'boards at the Opera House on Tuesday evening, bills are pasted for the appearance of the Juvenile Bostonians on November ,15th. A gathering rf the clans in the form of a meeting of those interested j in celebrating St. Andrew's Day. place on' Friday night and was ad-! jonrned -to a -later date. Meanwhile! prepration-s are being made to hold a banquet on that auspicious event to --descendants of Auld Scotia, the participants in which" are to be invited guests. j J. W. Beck opened his bowling j alloy, on Thursday 'night., no charge I 1 MOVING- PICTURES. ADVANCED Pictures 1 The Fued and The Turkey 2 The Fiddler 3 A Bad Shot Continuous Performance Vaudeville The Ozavs Comedy Novelty Jugglers Billy Lloyd The Eccentric Comedian UPTON'S POOL ROOM Is supplied with the Bii-ST FIXTURES IN ALBERTA And io ;ool. bright and pleasant. Best Cigars and Tobaccos m stock Barber Shop m Connection Basement of Oliver Block To take your meals at the on- ly all-round white Restaur- ant in Leth- bridge THE ALEXANDRA CAFE ASK FOR OUK FKESH SPRING CHICKEN And Eggs, also Vegetables and Home C-rown Suckling Pigs and Pork irom our farm. It is for you. Also Fresh Oysters in season, any style to suit your taste. We Are Here to Please You at Any Cost N; H. MURRAY. Froo. FINE NEW SLAUGHTER j HOUSE ERECTED i being made for play. There was ai turnout of -bowlers. The Dawscn Bros, stock -has been completely sold out by Lewis Bros. Co., of Spokane and Chicago, and the-manager in charge for the last T Lethbridge Meat Market named firm has left- for Spokane, On account of. iHhealth Win. Barr, wlK> is leaving tflie country, is sell-j i incr out the stock and implement, on TIie Lethbridge Meat Market have; 'Of I Just completed the construction of an up-to-date and sanitary slaugh- Has Sani- tary Quarters ihis six miles1 northeast Pincher City. ter house The miles build- sent in the lead by reason of a j respective merits of Varsity and the narrow margin victory over the Ham-j it is the old war of _____ iiton Tigers in Ottawa at the opening words between Hamilton and Toron- j necds Ol- sjtuation to the atten- of the season, but they are whining j to. "We, therefore, appeal to the Am- erican people to bring the urgent from Montreal and Argonauts by nar- i you In the ambitious city they'll tell that Varsity must be fifty per row margins and some luck, while the cent, better than last year to have a are swinging back into their chance. In Toronto they claim that championship form of a year and stage fright in the early part of the j tion of their representatives in con- cress, in order that comprehensive legislation upon this vital matter mav be enacted at the next session of outlassin-g the others in recent i game, plus a few decisions by the oi- games. meet Tigers in Ha- ficials later on, worked the undoing j milton today, Saturday, and unless of the blue-shifted students a year i fc-rsi fails Timers shouM win. This ;HEQ. With more experience and the I will mean a tie for Ottawa and advantage of another season's prac- j Tigers on the series, for each should win their remaining games against Montreal and Argonauts. And the play-off Ottawa will have tice and team work they -will hear j of nothing but a victory for Varsity j inland some of-the most sanguine even j to predict that it will be a runawav j show much better form than thev j game with the students doing the have done in recent games to class j running. And all the while the foot- New Auditor On the Job with the cracks from the foot of the mountain. In the Intercollegiate Varsity with j Ottawa, Nov. of mib- i lie expenditure is contained in tho first volume of the auditor general's experts look wise and murmur: report, which is now ready for parlia- Mr. Fraser gets after the Sen- ball "Tigers will will do it." win. Their wing line FREE MAP AND mFORMATION ABOUT miAND EMPIRE OF CANADA Central British Columbia Largest undeveloped area ox good land on North American Continent. Wheat, mixed farming and stock raising. Gold, silver, coal. Fine climate. Fort George, at junction of great rivers, headquar- ters for" steamers, coming metropolis. Fort George is gateway to great Kechaco, Peace River, Bulkley, Eraser, Skeena Valleys. Half way .between Prince Rupert and Edmonton, on line of Grand Trunk Pacific Ry. First Offering of Town guaranteed and insured by the government of British Columbia. Great and only opportunity to share in tremendous advance. Write today for'full information. Natural Resources Security Co. m. WINCH BLDG., VANCOUVER, B. C. ment. i ate and Commons on matters of in- ternal economy. He wants an explan- jation as to why leather trunks are to a few officials when the civil service as a whole does not receive i such perquisites. Correspondence does not show any reply to the question.- There is criticism oi" increases in salary, which are, in the auditor's opinion, introvention of civil service act. In the case oi Senate officials he has blocked increases. The Com- mons by using letters of credit has paid its officials on increased basis ami the auditor will demand either a refund or legislation legalizing what lias been done- The payment of ses- sional indemnity to three senators who did not attend elicited certifi- cates that. they.were ill. Reports deal i mainly with customs, justice and Ics- i islativc departments. That regarding big spending departments are not yet readv. C. N. R. GETS MONEY Montreal, Nov. London cubic received toclay stated that Mr. Wm. MacKenzie had placed five million of- bonds on the London market and that this will enable the Canadian Northern to construct at 500 miles of railway next year. It is ex- pected that the section around Lake Superior will, be part of the work! undertaken. steel several serviceability F. R. F. iMcKitrick, representing j Lei UUUBC fbout. lour the Lethbridge Herald is in town for i south east of CitV' a few davs. As a result of his visit and ffrooids are ctocteracd n bv cleanliness and. neatness in every there will be a write .up of Pmoher -p. particular and the modern contrivanc-: arly issue of 'the. Daily r _ es in use will ensure the patrons ot a C' this firm that their meat has been handled in a most sanitary and scien- tific wav. These animals are killed Creek in an A concert is- to be given in the o t-ra 'house by the Indian fife and drum of St. Paul's -Mission, Macleod, that cannot be used is carefully re- on Wednesday, November 26th. Thv Sacrament of the Lord's Suu-i moved from the grounds. That Dart of the refuse that can be fed to hogs is boiled before being fed, doing awav with the offensive odor that usually .service in tine Methodist Church on Sunday. The municipal pot will be boiling i diaracterizes a slaugMer house. From before very long. Tiumor has it that j th.'-re is going to be an election this j Last time it was bv acclama-i year. tion. Ice formed to a considerable thick- at some points on the creek on THERE IS STRENGTH for your body in Lethbridge your physician will tell you so. Not outside the building and the refuse a refreshing but an invigorating beverage. Brewed from the finest malt and hops and the purest of wa- ters, our beer cannot be at any price. One glass will con- vince you. The Lsthbridge Brewing and Maltiag Company, Ltd. forty hogs kcpt on -tbft s vear. place for this purpose. Besides the slaughter house a large poultry house has been built, accom- modating about three hundred chick- ens as well as a. number of geese. i ducks, and turkeys. Water for the operation of the 'plant is obtained from the irrigation i ditch bv a drain to a covered Iliig .015 Herald Want Ads GERMAN STATESMAN'S OPINION OF NEGROES I cistern on the grounds. _____ 1 The chopping machine for the Wants no Educated Black Proletariat i meats is run .by means of a gasoline in Gerrr.r.n Colonies engine. London. Nov. Dern- With the completion of this excel- i> -u ii f i bum, the German secretary of state 'lent equipment and the moving ot the Colonies, vno is returning their store to larger quarters. _ the from a trip to the southern States. Lethbridge meat market will be m a where he made a study of cotton position to cater to the best trade o, growing, said in an interview last the city. night that his experience in the CO' man's job. He' was greatly impress-; od with Booker T. Washington., and' Tuskegee students, but did' not want an educated proletariat in the Ger-. man colonies. He considered that the result of the Metayer system oi cotton cultiva- tion in the Southern States was to produce cotton at about thirty-three per cent, more than necessary In the opinion of the secretary, an ideal'system would be one in which the white man would act director of tho black labor, sxibjecting his workers to discipline so that, they could be relied upon to work regular- ly He approves of the "disfranchise- nient of the negro, because, 'he ar- gued, it would make mischief to pre- tend that the black man was the equal of the white LOCAL AGENTS COL. DENNIS DEAD St. Qiiebec, Nov. Col. A. Dennis, of tbc S4flv regiment, is dead as the result of a railway accident over a year ago. He was 63 years old. Anything and Market affords Phone 103 for and Chow Sam Co. RESTAURANT Sound Oats Any quantify deliver- ed promptly to any part ol the city PRICES THE LOWEST T, 1 Eeston Office in Easton's Harness Shop Box 201 f 4 I ;