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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 10, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta rtMC ixCAItarU brick fcowg thtit we do uot have to fO out province for tto beet buikiiug We alay good lumber we have titt toctorMW to nuuiu- the flttiuftt. Surdy can exist wlihiu limit. Ou KruUy the Xorauti School -Rutherford declares it school of thu kittd iu SUNDAY PAPKB eatits (or tbe "Durt" and baukd it hoiua in a vfaaeitid cart; 1 piUwi tha oa the floor, till they rtwr.'iwd as at kitcheu door; 1 hutta; tte chro- woa upok the wall, though thare was- n't room to hang feat bartk. is none .too'good tor Al- -Siuce uw 17. S.j election luclorias have couujwoceti to put oa full work- "Build up tho tributary country and the city will build This is' the advice recently gh the city 01" Spokane by James J. HilJ, who knows the business of devel- oping cities and countries as. thor- oufhly as any man. The position he has taken with regard to Spokane is identical with that taken by the Her- ald concerning our ovvu city. If the rich agricultural country around Leth bridge is peopled and developed there be no concern about the pro- gress of the city. If the country ar- ound is peopled with a prosperous community, they will have the money to spend and there will naturally be an abundance businessmen couie should not credited .to Taft. Busiuesv always picks up after au election, no matter which party wins. Kepublicun Chairman Hitchcock must hav? hud a chance to count the ballots aheadJ of jtune: Jle predicted taut Taft would have 325 votes in the electoral college and the latest i-eport is the new President has 326. yard was soiue tm with "coniic aectiott'i" that ma weep; and were of piak aud greeu, a woman's section and a iuaf and of music tha which it played would quickly majta an Utk; and pat- terns for w oiiR'iv' 6_ifo vr ns and. alap for gentlemen's ha -and a false moustache and a rubber and a deck of cards and a parasol. Now men are busy with dray and cart, a-hauliiig away the Sunday Car of B.C On Track Today Tte fcflttej Co. It! Raymond Raymond, Nov. Mcltae and Miss Caldct are spending SunUay Thanksgiving Day in iJethbridge. Miss Mitchel of Stirling and Miss Thompson "-of are guests of Mrs. Cameron. nere "to iiSSr vninr for goods sold. The aianufacturer quick to, see the ready-made market waiting for Mm and will soon be on the ground with his factory or mill. These things mean increased building operations and augmented pay rolls. It means the reduction of the price of commodities, thereby makhig the city a more desirable place from the standpoint of a resi- dential city. There, is sound economics in Mr. llill's words and it is toward the car out of his idea that our board AN ELECTION BET. dan of- trade and other booster orgaulza- tions should more themselves. especially devote TEACHING AGRICULTURE. Alberta is.an agricultural province and the majority of its people are and will be farmers. The days of haphazard farming- are gone and the present is the day of scientific agri- Thompson, culture. The farmer of today cou- ducts his operations on a scientific and the farmer who is so far behind the times, either because of lack or of education, as not to recognize, this fact, is bound to be a loser in the race for a competency. The future wealth of this province depends very, largely therefore upon the agricultural educa- tion of its people and as the great majority get all their education in the public and secondary schools it is very necessary that in these, schools there should be a system of practical scientific agricultural education. Of course, it is not to be expected" that every student would wish to take this line of study. In the public schools whether in towns or country, all the pupils would beaeGt iroM n.! course of study which after all. would serve its purpose in giving theia an' agricultural spirit and bringing then, to a keener appreciation of nature Very little, -f any, scientific ing dinner in the Meet ing'House to- olocUon.s day, :_' "East Lyn" played in the Ray ,1 moad Assembly Hall Friday The hall was crowded. Raymond proud of her actors and This play will be played in tonight. Y Among those who. are in Cardston for the convention are B. S. Young and family, Miss Maud McCarthy, Lura Hedd, Dora Davies, Bertha Thompson, Kflie Skousou, Olga An- derson. Josephine Anderson, Ruth Anderson, Mrs. Ada O'Brien, H. S. Allen, Mr. T3. Roberts, Mr. and Mrs. BerressaTj Mr. Sloan spent Sunday in Leth- bridge. Mrs. Cameron had. a party at her home Saturday from 3 p.m. to G p. m. Those present were Mesdames vers, Amos Williams, Saunders, Tfar sons, Gould, Misses ,'Caldcr, McRae chell. Music and re- freshments were enjoyed by all. The .Raymond Young People's So ciety will give a missionary tea on Friday from 3 p.m. to 9 p.m. Art mission tea cents. This is a. go fo missionary work. Alma Milsson came down from Spring Coulee Friday and leaves to- day for Taber, where make The editor of the Vermilliou who was in Kdmonton the-day after eU-cUou, tells u ste-ry of his trip, in his paper. The first station on the C.N.R. east of Kdmonton, it should be. remembered is named after the Minister of the Interior. "A brakeman; stuck his head into the smoking compartment .of the Pullman, east bound on Tuesday night., V "Any o' you fetters fer he looking 6ver the crowd. The moody :-man with his hat over his eyes in the raised his head and scowled at him. "Say, young ON TBE GRAM BLOCKADE Kd moat on, Nov. U. ilotchkiss, the the Calgary uiid iK now rejMu-tuiif to the government. lie iicclares tiiiero ufe over u niilliuu ImsJii'ls of grain at .CUres- holui, half a Stavely, aiiU of at ;Gran- um awa.U-ii'-o -ars. It by of a" technicftiity in the Ciruui ActJ only _ 'aver .casfeliouml pauy is supplying only three cars to tile first mtuied and one oun- dred between (lie letter. It is alleg- etl the elevator -men uutl the company are consigning all cars there is u suspicion that they aro turned and sent east from Calgary. Jndignalion meetings are held and stormy resolutions forwarded to the authorities. Many: farmers are hauling toFJx'thbridge and 'Macleoil. ad Kisses SbcsAi German The Shoe man I Uetween SNA 2 lota on Niveu Street, North Ward, for raorcssioNAL CA TAFT'S CABINET. 'Cincinnati, Ohio, Nov. of New York, for Post- master-General Elilm Root, New York, Secretary of State; George Von ..of Secre- tary of the Treasvzry; Luke E. Wright, of Tennessee, Secretary of War; Jas. Rudolph Garfield, of Ohio, Secretary of. the Interior; Frank B. Kollogg, of Minnesota, Attorney-General; James F. Rodgers A. Young FOR SALE HORDES Heavy and Light Sate Stables Wood St. OR. W. S, QALBRAITH St. Piwne HOURS: Beior0y u.ui., 2-3; p. 'ii. OH. O. J. COURT ICE Graduate of Northweatera Ouiver- ty, Chicago, Iti. 5 to iaf I and 2, Macddrtaid Block J. of Reserve Un'wt Phone- 30f BLOCK Hours: 1-fi MADAM NORMAN Teacher of x argan and voice productipp. Visits or receives pupils, prepara-j or Conchiuf for Crath in Spokane His "Rolling a Spokane, Nov. aore than changed hands n Spokane on the result of the- na-! ional election, the highest probably was paid bv' Archibald W. Eaton, a conductor on local street car agreed with J. A. Ueeves, a fellow-employee, that in the event of Bryan's defeat lie would use "his. nose-in rolling a peanut a half block in a public thor- oughfare. Eaton was game, and he did his little stunt, while thousands of-. pedestrians followed his course. He occupied 30 minutes in covering the distance, and in propelling along .Riverside Avenue the goober lost most of the cuticle from his nose. There were other freaky wagers, but: the one in which the loser's end was the limit of endur- ance. This is the third bet Eaton has lost on the same candidate, but he. says -Jie is going to get even with some one four years hence. The South Alberta lumber Co. Ltd. Have just received a car of culture r Osciir Straus, of New York, Secretary of Commerce and Lelwr, is the Cabinet announced today. For Thanktfiving Day Canad- ian Pacific Railway company an- nounce a rate of fare and one third for the round trip. on sale November 7th, 8th and 9th, Inclus- ive, final return limit, Novembsr Nth. 27W CaiuulA Western Chartered Corporation Ltd. Capital tlnancial Agents. Fiscal Agents Brokers. for CoUkries LUI All Standard Stocks Handled MR. ERNeST F. LAYTON, Violiniit, Pupil of Geo. Wilbey, London; and of Frank E. Blacliford, Toronto, is open for a limited' number of Pupils. Also for Concerts, At Hpmes Banquetfi, etc. Terms on application. Phont 212. Song his future home. Sirs. Hardy and daughter Ait a, from Stirling, spent Thursday and Friday in Raymond. Alf Walker and Charley McCarthy were out south of town to spend" a few clays hunting-. Many young people from Stirling were in Raymond Friday and attend- ed the play this evening. QUITS THE BANK. Winnipeg, Nov. deC. O'Grady, formerly general manager of the Crown Bank of and latterly secretary of the Northern Crown Bank, has retired from the sen-ice of the bank. Prices Right Corner mi Ford MAKE? WARM HOUSE WITH FW225 MISS Vienna, PULLMAN TO Nov. WED Extrablatt stato.s that Dom Miguel of Braganza, son of the claimant of the Portti- gut-.-e throne, is betrothed to ture should l.e in the public schools, and citj- and country- pujiils alike are the better c. zr.d intelligent study of nature. But ih the high schooJs, pupils should study to be farmers in the s.Vinu way as they do to be touchers doc- tors, engineers or accountants. High schools that have their i.-.Lcratorics and banking systems should also have! their garden plots and access fnrms that are projH'rly culti-j vatcd. Agrij arc Rood j hut not two cert, of the yo.ing; farmers evar ha we the; opportunity to! attend. Hvc. per un. nt-l tend high school for a yeur >r o and if the course of wore1 more- in thiir tb-rc w greater and ..f ance. Farmini; t vJav is ,ui thr- sami, i plane as -xny lirp. of und people .sv >'.Ui roceivs: in keeping with il. daughter of George if. Pullman, the j American railroad man. A TABER BUDGET. Taber, Nov. 2 p.m. Satur- day last the "car-haul" at the Cana- da West Coal Co.'s mine broke, ne- cessitating the remainder of the after noon to repair the break. Mr. John M. Evans, a miner, is lying at his home suffering awful ag- ony with chronic rheumatism. Six years ago today Mr.. Evans was} caught in an awful blizzard west of Raymond, near what is commonly called the Pot-Hoie, where he was en- gaged opening up a coal mine for the Knights of EajTnond. He lost his M PLASTER CARD OF THANKS: The Sisters Faithful Companions of Jesus very cordially thank the many kind friends who patronized their sale oi work. There are still several dainty articles suitable for Christmas presents which they will be glad to dispose of. 277-9 Requires no expensive labor Can Put It On HEAD B. C. Voice MR- ELY Pupil of Dr. I' M. A. Singing and Voice Culture. Hancock, E FJt. and theory. Culture, Pipe Organ, piwio> Harmony and Thoory, Song .Singing for Concerts, Banquets, Re- citals, Terms on Appiication. Uthbridge, Alberta. HAM l LTD: OUR POINT OF VIEW Talk up the Y.M.C.A. It will be Iho greatest boon possible to the hun- dreds of young men in this city. The who loses sight of the work anrt sees only the honor of hc- iru; aMi'riuan will forget all ab- out the honor and see only thf vrork in three months. DEAN OF MEDICAL COLLEGE. .Toronto, Nov. R. A. Reeve has resigned as Dean of Toronto Medical School. Dr. C. K. Clarke superintendent of Toronto Asylum is way iu the biindine sn-25- All night mentioned as his probable successor. hC had wandered aimlessly around, arriving next morninc at the place- he had left tha night previous, his feet being frozen in a horrible man- ner. He was conveyed to his family at Raymond, thence to the Gait hos- pital at Lethbridge, where it was found necessary to amputate toes from each foot. Here he remained for three months. For years his health gradually failed. Now he is an invalid. We are pleased, however, lo learn that the local lodge of the U. M. W. of A. of which he is a mem ber in good standing, propose com-i ing to his rescue at once. i W. W. Douglas and J. 0. Hannah I have begun prospecting for coal on j Sec. 11, Tp. 10. Range 17 on the' bank of the Belly River. D. Miller, G. Ketchmark, and A. Spiers, prac- tical miners, are engaged driving a tunnel five and one half feet in the clear with a three foot vein of coal in sight. Mr. La Moine at the j there with the.leading trombone solo, and don't you miss it. Write For Free Sample and instructions for applying. sending name of dealer to SOLE AGENTS WINNIPEG, MAIN1. For sale locally by all lumber dealers Room Wr V Block. D.C.L.. B. Mor' JOIM, B. C. CONYBEAR 4ONE8 Barriitors, Bolicito. Office: Conybeare AIU. Cab Hiring, Dray ing Coal Delivery W. C. SIMMONS Barrifttcr, Etc. Office: Joutbard Block. ADDISON SON Funeral Embalmtrs 32i-Crabb.8t. ALTA. Office and Heaidence Phone 10S F- B. ARCHITECT loom 9 Whitnvy Dice (Hirer's JAS. A. MACDONALD ARCHITECT Macdohald Block, Rtdpath Strut Ability to serve is of more import- ance than willingness to net on the city council. The most anxious are the lesist coirspctcnt. The municipal soon be in fun-swing. Be a king and nm for council, more the merrier. Square Feet the! Electors should iveware that they, not turn the grindstoiic for or six good sound le-. veVheacled men to transact business iu a business-like way during 1909. Alberta is a province of vast re- sources, A remark made by Preru- of floor space, ex- clusive of basement, is what we have and require for our ever growing business. 1580 feet of this is again laid aside the use of our old friend Santa Glaus. You are not too early to call and see how busy he is getting. He reserves the same space as in past years for hiding away be- spoken presents for ilia t The Chinese theatre, imitated by the La Moines at the Lyceum, is a screamer. f Today's Arrivals Are British Weekly Papers Popnlar Magazine TH.. T> .1. J31UC I3OUK All Story Railroad Man I, SKE rang Business Hsu's Luncheon NOVEMBER 11 at the HUB CAFE Boiled Salmon Broiled Tenderloin and Fried Onions Mashed Potatoes Green Peas Baked Apples and Cream i V CRESTON FRUIT LANDS FOR SALE We own acres o! level land free from stones in Loi 812. Creston District. 1000 acres are surveyed in 10 acre blocks which we offer sale to actnal settlers for a limited time at PER ACRE We guarantee this tract to be the finest fruit land ad- jacent to Creston When this land is settled, the whole tract will bo one large village with all the advantages appertaing thereto. It is well watered by mountain streams. The C.P.R. runs through the property. TERMS-Qurter Cask, mi 3 Years, bterest 6 Creston has the best shipping facilities for fruit, and climate of any point in British Columbia. Your Winters in Creston For further particulars write immediately to the Canyon City Land anil Lumber Co. Ltd, Merctiaits Contractor! We have the teams and. we're here to do the business Drijiog Contract Work of all kinds promptly attend.ed to You will do well to get our prices before placing'your orders elsewhere Hayr Transfer Co. H. Hayracd W. G. Hole, Props. PHONE 180 CRESTON, B.C, t 4 t tr Ltthbridf i A. F. X M; G. R. A. Regular meeting night, the third Thursday of each mooth in the Masonic Hall, O. Block, at 8 p.m Visiting brethren will always receive a hearty welcome. A.C.MESSER. G.V.STORKEY, 'W. M. Secretary. P. 0, Box 637 Meets Is I aad iJrd Mondays inK. of P Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren are cordially invited. S..G. DAVIES, W.P 2i-ly T. J. WHITE, W. S Coal, Ice and DRAYING Western Transfer Co. LONG BROS.Proprietore Office opposite Balmoral PH ONE 63 Ring Up 108 When you warct DRAYING Done promptly and satisfactorily 'f JOHN LETHBRIDGE LOUut NO. ft C. B. P. O. E. Meets on the second Tuesday of each month at 8.15 p.m. E. A. SHARMAN, M. PRIE8T. E. R. Secretary. Lodge Pride of Alborta, No. 298 Sou of [flftiri taetit Sadeti Meet in the Hall Brat ami thinl Thnredaj in thewonth at 8 p.m. Vis.ltng hn-thrvn alwayi wH come. Walter W. Robim. Bur 57. The Oxford Cafe SERVES GOOD MEALS. Has been Remodelled Fresh Oysters, Cigars, Fruit and Confectioeery JOE FONG Proprietor -L.thbrKlg, NORTH-WIST ASSOCIATIOH Of STATJOJIARY ENGINEERS Meet in the Labor Hall erery and and fourth Mondays in month. Employers requirinf en- gineers, and enfineen out of emphor- ment, >uld do well to communicate wiih m. ROBERT NEVIN, W. A. DICK80N, ;