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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 11, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta ^ffe' biiily HcrdM -vim' 'i, mm PriBted h| tii� Daily Herald PrinUng CM:* lAa., vwttf Uwhil Tcninc �t ill (i>a�di but both new mod old addtes* niut b� civan. I.Tt M OOOO AtbCRMEN WANTED The city uo�ds ftve aldermou. Ono has bocu practically elected as every citizen recogniaes tho right ot tbo North Ward to have a x\>pre�cntativo ou tho council. Hr. Frayne, tbo choice ot the doctor^ of that part at the city Ib therefore as good as elect-t>d. Tho city then heeds tour more bc# atdcriuen. This fact places a s�rious responsibility ou the men uf the city. Tlie past year has bceu a critical one in tlw history of tho city and the council has met tho crisis very satisfactorily. Uut the crisis is not by any means over, Tho council of ia09 will have just as many and just as serious problems to face as had tho rotlring council. The call of the electorate is for strong safe men. ^en are wanted who ore accustomed to handling large propositions successfully and who are willing' to devote their time, talent and knowledge gained /rom experience In the city's interest. Kxporimcnts ore not wonted; they are too coStly. ilen tiro not wonted whoso experience is limited, whoso views arc narrow 'or perverted by any prejudice, spite or personal interest. Tho present situation places a grave responsibility upon the business men ot the city. They arc the taxpayers and can bettor thnu others realize the signincancc of the various matters that will come before the incoming council. A man whose taxes arc a mere bagatelle finds it easy to vote u hundred thousand dollars of tho people's money. But a man whoso tax-bill is heavy will not pass any .such vote if it is not clearly worth tho money to the city. Judging the position of the whole city by his own position, ho is capable of forming a correct judgment as to the real value of the expenditure. The position of aldermen calls for a considerable sacrlQcc on the part of a business mou but tho interests of the city demand that he take up the burden with its attending sacrifice. Tho honor is no small one but the duty of serving the people is much greater. Tho Herald would iot (r-usuni;! to dictate to the citizens In this mutter but there are two m-'n niiuin^' tbo many in the city who fJlfil the umcil again. They are men of long, successfal and honorable service in the ?ii> Kinf,' spii-nt his bixly-.snv.uth birthday with the family ciicli' ut Sandriiigham. H'' occupird tlm morning receiving a lurgi! nunibiT of tflfigiams of congratulation, �iniong wliicli wero most cordial grtetings from Emperor William and President Roosevelt. The Chinese theatre, imitated by the La Moines at the Lyceum, i$ a screamer. Kdmonton had a real live English lOarl in its midst last week and the people up there have'not .settled down to the old routine yet. Tho Herald devoted a lot ol space to the labor convention yesterday and has no apologies to oiler for so eiit in a little over a year has lost two of it.s and ablest ri'pre.sontativcs. Kirst Dr. Jfclnnis of Jlrandon was claimed by death and now Hon. .!. II. Agnew is lost to tho Ciovernmont. No two men enjoyeo tlie respect and �'sit*m ol lliuir oppouoiils as muiii nH iMessrs. Agnew and IMcInnis. Tiie council is losing good, ofiicient fildcriuon hy tho retirement of .Aids. Cunningham, Ives, .\Iacbelh and Watson. They devoted much attention to the city's business and while like all mortals llu-ir actions were at tliiiew open to crilicisin, the ilentld can safely say ihut they worked faith fully and assiduously to promote the city's best interests. Tho city will be fortunate If it can socui-e as scond men to li)l their places. Square Feet of floor space, exclusive of basement, is what we have and require for our ever growing business. 1580 feet of this is again laid aside for the use of our old friend Santa Claus. You are not too early to call and see how busy he is getting. H� reserves the same space as in past years for hiding away bespoken presents for his friends. Today's Arrivals Are Britisli Weekly Papors Popular Maga'/Jne Blue Book All Story Railroad Man R. SAGE TMt HCTyii fiiiiEi Skin Diseases. A dtMOMd or dilflgured tkln Will alwaVt leare iu stamp on :th|iearonea When the skin breaks bat in eriiptiohit and �orea it i* due entirely to an impuru oonditlon of the blood. In alt nioh cM�e Durdook Blrxxl Bitter* will quitkly purify Um blood anddriv^ull the impuiritte* out o( the system. 4 ����� Mrs. J. J. Magec, 7 neBlfO ^'^r,, Xinmonnt, Out., ^ MH -- writeai Vlnthospriiig T* t � *i * '' *RanhIhatbroko out all over me. It was the worst on my face and head, had a dry, "c*Iy top, and wheii I would get warm it wmtld Mconio Vary itchy. I tried the doctor's mediotna But ;it did mo no :ood,_ so I then got one bottia ot Unrdook ^^00^ Bitters and before it was all used the Rash w�s entirely gone." J. TACt. -t- Mrs. Har\-ey Bark. hou�8, Gold Uivor, N.8., writes."  bad I had to so to the doctor about it, but he could do nothing to help me. "I thought about Buniook Blood Bitlur* and decidod to try a bottle. I oaniiot reeomnrand B.S.B; enough, ai I had iiot taken all the bottle l)cioro my fac� wa� cured." For sale by all druggists and dealers. Sons Of England End First Year AtiyapTA. WtONl>DAY, HOVtMttW H. ISW, Car of r On Track I Today ^ il:UMli Ml HM )i LHUIIKE| ^ RMNewSlNkOrLdies ^ ANNIVERSARY BANQUET WAS A DELIGHTFUL AFFAIR Lodge 'Trldo ot Alberta" No. 298, Sons of Knglond Benefit Society, celebrated its first anniversary, and the l^irthdoy of His Majesty King Edward with a banquet Monday night. It was ono of the most enjoyable social �gatherings of tho year and tho success of the affair besi>eaks credit to this �active, young organization of Knglishmen. Tho banquet was served in tho usual good stylo of Mine Host Charles of tho Hub and after tho good things provided had been attacked and sur-ro*nded as only British appetites ore capable, adjournment was made to tho lodgcrooni In the K. ot P. building where the toast list was carried out. Tho room was decorntetl with bunting and the "good old Union .Jaeli." Wm. Appleby, tho popular and energetic Worthy President of the Order, made n most capable master ot ceremonies. "The King" was the first toast, and King Edward, if ho had iKsen pre sent, could not have been more loyally or heartily received. Rev. J. S. Chi vers in one of his happy and bright little speeches, offered "The Lodge, 'Pride of Alberta,' " coupling with it the name of President .Vppleby*. That gentleman recounted tho organization of tho society and mentioned with gratification its rapid growth dHiring its first year lie reviewed briefly the history ol tho order and referred to its suljstan-lial financial position. Aid. Cvmningham introduced tho toast "The Empire" and it was aclc-nowledged by Ero. C. F. P. Conj-bearc, ICC, in one of his most eloquent and inspiring efforts. His allusions to tho British Empire as the greatest the world had ever seen, thrilled the gathering. He recounted the achievements of tho Empire, in war aneople brought to this country who would build up British institutions. IVe want ail tho Britisliers we can get. He also urgech, and last, and ot course, not least, "The Press" offered by Ih-o. F. T. Robins, and acknowledged by Messrs. Ilagoll and lUichannn. The s)>(whes were interspersed with songs by Rev, .1. R. Chivers, E. A. Cunningham, Chas. Westley, A. Clay-don, Farris, \V. .\ppleby, A. E. .Tack-�son. CARD OF THANKS. Tlic Sister.s Faithful Companions of IiHus very cordially thank the many kind friciid.i who patronized their unle of work. There are still several dainty articles auitablo for Christmas presents which they will bo glad to dispoHC of. 277-9 WARM HOUSE WITH ^0 PLASTER Gpst87liFep Gent less Requires no expensive labor YOU Can Put It On Write For Free Sample and iustruotions torapplying, sending name of dealer to fredJCCox&Co. 80L.E: aoe:nts WINNIPEG, MAN. For sale locally by ail lumber dealers ON* HAND ^ STORE Ai OpiMrtuitjr for nanbginag PROHIBITION Is a go id thing. I am in favor of IT. Thank heaven they cannot prohibit you from seouriag bargains at my Store. Frank Waddington TE^L-EPHONE 261 410 ROUND STREET Raymond L. Green and Mr. Brown were over from I.ethbridge yesterday. Afr. Will Rose and wife, from Card-ston, are visiting ii\ Raymond. The ladies of the L. D. S. church are holding a prayer meeting today at the homo ot Mrs. J. Turner's for her. Mrs. Turner has befn seriously ill with blood, powon. Her six year old daugliter, Irota, lias the meiusles. Mr. Hollingsworth went to Warner lliis morning. A great many people were out hunting yesterday. Among tliem were Mr. Gillies, Mr. McDuffee, Mr. Card and son Stuart, and Mr. Luscomb. There are n great many cases of typhoid lever and measliis in town. HAYS TO MEET DORANDO. New York. Nov. 10.-John J. Hays, winner of the Marathon race at the Olympic games in London summer, !uis signed a contract to meet Hieteri Dorando, tho Italian runner, who was half carried and half pushed across the tape in front of tlie American, and was disqualified because of his assistance. The agreement, which he says he lias, calls for inactically a running of tlte event in Madison Square Garden, in tiiis city, on Wednesday, Nov. 25, Thanksgiving (A'o. Ft is stated tliat tl\e full Maratiion distance, twenty-six miles throe, liundred and eighty-five yards, will be run. Dorando will start for Now York on Wednesday on the Teutonic, His brotlior will l)o his manager, and will look after his training. NO LIBERTY FOR MORSE Now York, Nov. 10.-The United States C'ircuit Court of Appeals today refused to permit Chas. W. Morse being given liberty pending an appeal from the decision of tho Circuit Court, convicting him of making false entries iu the books and misapplying the funds of Iho National Bank of North .\nierica. R. C. Tli-umpton Is being urged to bo a candidate for iirayor of Rod Doer. Choosing an Overcoat -- Taste must determine the pjirticular stylo of out and tho pattern of the fabric. > But there are other ESSENTIALS which taste should not decide: the fash workmanship. For these yov ion, the fit, the construction and must rely upon the maker. Choose a Sanford Coat and you will get satisfaction. Sanford Clothing has always held the leading-place in Canada. W. E. SANFORD MANUFACTURING GO. Limited HAMILTON, ONT. WIKNIPEO, MAN. [snap � 2 lots on Niven Street, � North WaWl, for SSZaeacb. Gash CMMilillKt :: lithbrldii I I J. F. Rodgors Jos. A. Young FOR SALE HORSES Heavy and Light sKaBBsaaaaBEOBSBSBSBS RODGERS&YOUNG Sale Stables Wood St. rOR QUICIi SALE 500 Diamond Coai Shares or part thereof in blocks of not less than 100. For partionlars apply J. A. VIRTUE Macleod The Gorman Crown Prince went up in tho air Saturday or rather he took u trip in an air ship. Canftda Western Chartered Corporation Ltd. Capital 1500,000 Financial Agents, Fiscal Agents Brokers. for Royal Collieries Ltd All Standard Stocks Handled HEAD OFFICE-VICTORIA, B. 0. Star transfer Company I i � �� I ' laaa Moynihan fi Beardsle} Cab Hiring, Draying and Coal Delivery Phone m Office Oliver's Hall Merchants & Contractors We have the teams and Ave're here to do tho business Draying & Contract Work of all kinds promptly attended to You will do well to net our prices before placing your orders elsewhere Hayr Transfer Co. H. Hayr and W. G. Hola, Propa. PHONE 180  Coal, Ice. and DRAYING Weatern Transfer Co. LONG BROS. Proprietors Office opposite Balmoral PHONE e3 ^  The Oxford Cafe SERVES GOOD MEALS. Has been Remodelled Fresh Oysters, Cigars, Fruit and Confectionery JOE rONG . Proprietor PROFESSIONAL CA OR. W. 8. QALBRAIT^^ Phytlclan, lursaen. AcGouchtr Office 014 Redpatli St. Phono t.n H0DR8: Before � u.iu., 8-3; p.m. DR. O. .1. COURTICE DantUt Qraduate of Northwestertt Oriivei-iiity. Chicago. Hi. OflBoe Hour8-9 to 18; i to 5. Roomt 1 and 2, MacdonaW Block OR. J, B. ELLIS DENTIST Qraduate of Wefltern Beserve Univor �ity. Oleveland Ohio. OFFICE-WHITNEY BLOCK Phone 307 Hours: 9-12; 1-5 MADAM NORM-AN (OrchMtral Pianl-li) Teaclier ol pianoforte, argnn and voice pioduciiou. Visits or receives pupils, prepnrn-tory or advanced. .CoachlDg (ot ezaniB. Howurd Houae, Crabb Straat. MR. ERNEST F. LAYTON, Viotiniit, Pupil ofiQeo. Wilbey, London, Eng., and of Frunk E. Blacbford, Toronto, is open for a limited number of Pupils. Also for.Concerts, At Homes, Banquets, etc. Terms ou application. Phone 212. MR. ALBERT ELY Pupil of Dr. ag.s, M. A, Song Singing and Voicu Culture. Pupil of Chas. Hancock, Esq., F.R. CO.. L.R.A.M., Organ and Theory. Voice Culture, Pipe Organ, Piano, Harmony and Theory, Song Singing Open for Concerts, Banquets, Re-citnis, Etc. Terms on Application. Lethbridge, Albarta. HAMILTO: 'St YOUNO Engmtara ar Surv.yor. Room 4-Wh y Block. C.F.P.Coiiybaara, ., O.C.i.., 8. Mar' Jonaa, 8. C. L CONYBEAfi ft .(ONES Barristcra, Solicito. 'o. Office: Conybeare ) Lalhbridg.. A\U. W. C. SIMMONS AdwocaU, Barrltter, Etc. Office: Southard Block. ADDISON & SON Funeral Director. .,d Embalmar. 321 Crabb St. LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. Office and Reeideuce Phone 103 B. ROLFSON ARCHITECT ^oonn 9 Whitney Block. JA8. A. MACDONALD ARCHITECT Macdonald Block. R.dpath Stra.t Lethbridge, Alta. Lethbridge Lodge (39) A. F. St A M., Q. R. A. Regular meeting nigh*, the third Thurddajr of each month in the Masonic Hull. P. O. Block, at 8 p.m. Visiting brethrbn will always receive 0 hearty welcome. A.C.ME88ER, G.V.STORKEV, V?. M. Secretary, P. O. BoE 6S7 letkkrUgeierieRo. 157 Meets Isl and yrd M o n d ays in K.of P Hall at 8 o'clock. I ,^1 Visiting bretliren are cordially invited. S. G. DA VIES, W.P 24-ly T. ,J. WHITE, W. S LETHBRIDGE LOUut NO. U C. B. P. O, E. Meets on the second Tuesday of eaob month at 8.16 p.m. : ; . . E. A. 8HARMAN, M. PRIEST. Secretary. Lodge Pride of Alberta, No. 29b Sons of [nyiand Benefit Society Meet in t)io KiiIkLU of Pytliloo Ball �r-Lathbridga Lodge No. 3- NORTHWEST ASSOCIATION Of STATIONARY ENQINEERS Meet in the Labor Hall every aeo-and and fourth Moudaya in tba month. Emphyers r&'4uirlng certificated eu giueeni. and engineers out ot employ-moot, muld do well to coromunioata with tti. ROBERT NEVIN. Oblel W. A. DICKSON. SeoreUry. 44-lyrd-� 80 ;