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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 12, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta � Ddly Herald rrintad to, tiM DaUv Benld Frlntins Oo.� Lta.i ?ety lawhil svenlng �t ita ofllM, BoQbd St.. Lethbrldfe, AlbtttetOwukto. W. A. BUCHANAN. Mana|lnt 01- OM year, deliiinid...... MM Dattir, Mix Banih. d�Uvend. .. t.M IMIy.'tlitM ncmtlia. d�liTa(�d.. IJt ' " loM m6n�b. dWiTWtd .. J� /MvB jreu, by uaU ..V... Mt r.'iii ntontlM, by ouil .... I.n . >. thrM) monU�. by omU .. .W TittUf Benld. on� ym ...... 1.60 4ddx8U�i'�h*nfed M ottoo u der ind; bttibotii new sad old addreat �iwt bt liTMI. GOT R�p OF GRAFTERS Hon. L. P. Broilour is to bo commended for his prompt action iu sus-peudiug twenty-eight ofllcials of his department, who hover under a dark cloud, AS a result of disclosures at the inquiry beir.g hold Viy Judge Cns-�els. ^^'hilo the charges of graft ug-ainnt these odkicvls have not bc�n |)>�o vcn, still the Minister adopted the proper course in removing them. If they can prove that the charges are false, they will be reinstated. lilic Liberal government can strengthen itself greatly at the comnicncc-mcnt of its new lease of power b^-gctting~>id of ofhcials against iiiom there is even a suspicion of wrongdoing. The people of the country will back them u^p in any efforts they' put forth in that directlo*. We want clean men in the civil service, (19 well as in rarliamcnt. t.lTMBmP01. AUttRTA. THURiDAY, NOVKMBCR li, IIM. 'Jng 989,000 will be ready tor citiu-pAnty. ' I^combb hlu Ihveetod t>6)Q,-OdO In �choo1 btilldings and tVctuskl-win's outlay has been i^OO.OOO. The oxpendituro of nibi\oy on educational facilities augurs well for the fntcl-lectuttl future of this province. The Toronto Globe heads the announcement of Mnckehiio King's appointment to attend the conference at l�okin, China, with; the wbrds "Aii cxpei't on opluni." Since when pray did ho become an expert?. Was it opium that ho put tho Tories of North Waterloo to sleep with? Kooscvolt showed � very narrow spirit, when he failed to nsk Ps-esldent Qompors, the American Ij\l) Aldermen that occasionally afflict city councils. The expeudilure of money to secure eflieient administration U true economy and the suggestion ol Aid. Ives ns a step in this direction is one deserving of thought for the day is not lur distant when some smch step will have to be taken. Calgary, through its newspapers, has been calling for n l)usinesa man to fill the n\ayor's chair. At the present moment, indications are that II. U. .Jumieson. late geiieral superintend ent of the C.P.U., !s available for the jolv He is n good man, far better than Calgary has been nceustomett to having hi its council. If he Is not electetl, then ("nigary doservcs an.v old kind ol a nuiyor from now until tho crack of doom. Side Ucbts 1 TWO BUIGHT YOUNft ailiN (From the Toronto'World, Con.) Major Sam Sharpe and W. L. M. King, were classmates at Toronto university in 1895. They arc now mem bors of the greatest social club in Canada, the House of Commons. Both were graduated ii-ont Toronto university first cla.ss honor men in political .science end law. All the advantages of Ontario's educational .system were their's at little expense. After giving them nil crettit for their natural ability, the ordinary citizen, who supported the inlucationol sy.stem of which they are the fmishcKt product, is not unreasonable in expecting that the public interest will be their fii-st care. I Xeither :Major Sharjx! nor Mr. King was .straight-Ineed in his partisanship during the campaign. Each was a radical to the end of the chapter. C'atmtla will watch the parliamentary career of these two young men with interest. It will do them no harm to i-now that much i.s expected iif them liy all the peojile of Canada, and that uiean.s by T,i))eriils, Con.ser-vativos and citizens who are lu-oud to be known only as citizens of Cnnaila. .Mtention has recently been diroct-imI to tho number of trees in Glasgow which are in a dying state. A correspondent mentions a singular coincidence in reg(iro artleii of Milbiu'u's 'Hoart and Nervo ViUs in ([Uieting tlio heart, restoring its norniivl hr�t �nd injpirting tone to tho ncrvo ecnttcR, is, btyoiid all efoto I had used thorn I was completely cured and would recommend tliem t'j all similar!}' nflVctccl." Price, 10 cents per box, or 3 boxes for $1.'25 at nil dealers or inailed direct on receipt of price by The T. Milburn Co., f(im;ted, ToMHito, Onl. Car of : On Track : Today REMARKABLE STORM AT SEA Nightlike Clouds, Blinding Lightning Hot Rain and Hail in ^ Succession Ihistoii. Nov. 12.-.Vn awe inspiring electrical storut was witnessed by the ofHcers and men of tlic .steain-�r Kabinpu, Calcutta to Boston, on Thursday lust. Huge black clovuis suddenly appeared uiul a shrill whis-llinp sound could be heard wiu"ch told of un nppronching wind. The bent became oppressive. The entire roof >l the .sky seenunl to .split open and a blinding tture ot light canw forth.-Then like a crash of a huiulred siege i!uns came the clap of thunder. The waves becan�e like cliffs and the .ship was tossed from one to another. The rain fi'U in big drops that were so hot as to almost .-cald iliose whom they struck. The roar, of thunder and the flash. li the lightning was nlniost continuous. Suddenly and without warning the hot rain ehangi'd to hail that sounded like the breaking of glass :is it tell. For some"'Time the oflieers feaied that tile ves,-i'l mi{:hl be overwhelm-d, but after a few hours the sun d\one again. Then it was found that the steamer was encrusted with a crystal coating of salt. Large quan-'ities of it wi're upon her hull when -lie 'c.tine into port. AN ENTERJ-AINER OF RARE ABILITY AT THE EUREKA The Bentley Co. ltd. i Wlslaile ind Reiill I PkHi inniiiOGE ^ Fme New Slock Of Udies ami Misses Shoes At asa=BSBs=sss=rssss=sas F. German The Shoem&n - Between Sage's and Roy's OUR POINT OF VIEW Bryan sent u message of congratulation to Hooiievelt but never � word has G. W. Fowler sent over the wire to Hon. H. It. Knnnerson. Political campaigns iu the I'ldted States are mighty strenuous. Tuft de-liveriKl 118 Hpeeches and was on the ^ road forty-ono days, toured twenty- I four .state.s and trii\elled loiirteeii thousand miles. Gov. C'luninii.s, (11 Iowa, .sees the turn oi the rond now. For many months he has had his eyes on the I'. S. Henatorship. Ife wos defeated by Senator -Vllison. Then .-Vllison died and he has Ijeen chosen to I'dl his place. Tammun.v suys it didn't knife Br.v an. That doesn't sound very Rood when it is remembered that in .N'ew York I'ity the Democi-atie candidate for governor got a big majority while Bryan was walloiied. If Tanunany could liaud a niujority lu one why not to a second? Alberia citie.s and towns believe in ImvinB school buihliiigs of the (,est type and are ,ot afraid to spend a good sum of money to gel them. LVl-Kary has just opened an $85,000 school. Early in the year I.eth-brulge.s tine new fontrul Scho(,l cost- Square l^eet of floor space, exclusive of ba&ement, 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 arc not too early to call and see how busy he is getting. Ke reserves the same space as in past years for hiding away bespoken presents for his friends. Today's Arrivals Arc Britisli Weekly Papers Popular Magazine Blue Book All Story Railroad Man R. SAGE THE FiCTUiE mm We have just received a carload of Fir Doors ami Staved Columns direct from the Coast, atid now have the largest and finest stock of plain and fancy fir doors in Southern Alberta. 1 he South Alberta lumber Co. Ltd. Corner ^V^M(Mli nler �Sr Ford JustSouth of the fllisonMill Phone 225 1.0. Box 654 MAKEP WARM HOUSE WITH NO PLASTER Costs/S Per Cent less Requires no expensive labor YOU Can Put It On WtUe For Free Sample and instructions forapplying, sending name of dealer to FrcdJ.C.Cox&Co. SOL-E: A3ENT3 WINNIPEG, MAN. For sale locn'ly by all lumber dealers j AFTER FORAKER'S SEAT ; f'in^innuli, Ohio, Nov. 12.-With the ; iissiinniee tliiit tint Legislature is .-�iiffly Ri'i)uljlioon candulati'S for the Senate.' lUr h-jfinninK to bob up and i it is ccituin tiiut then; will be a hot I (if-'lit for Foraktr's st-at. The Seiia-: tor ili'cliui's tliat he is in the race for rv-c!ieti(in hut his chaiiei-s jire ! ai^|)iirfiitly sliplit. Charles P. Taft, i bruihci (if tlu' I'rcsidenl-eleet nlso is an avowed eanous' I dancer and slinhl-oi'-hund e.xpert, j I wht>se amusing nnd reinurkaljly clever j j work wiis thoroiixhlj- apprwiated by! j the large and enthvisiuslic audience.! 'The climax of the entertainment was ! reached when Atonte f.acrosse pro-' 'diiced his wonderfid weiRht-chanKinR; | i and was applanded to (he eclio. 'Wlii;-1 (her itn.v dnce)>tion was practised on j the .lUdience seemed at first a subject for eonsideralile discussion but I ropetitions ot tlu' act soon Jiroved the contrar.v. .^tr. l.ucrosse stute.q tlmt 1 the strongest uuiri in the city co\dd | i not lift him from the Mooi- e.\copt hy ( ' means of niachiner.\', (uckle, etc. .S"rs of llie oildieiire tried tiu'ir slrenglii umi had to retire unsuccessful. It would be inlerestinK to know whether lberi> was a num in this city (and (tune shovdd lie) who can lift a niali weit^Uiiif^ IIH pounds to u lieiKht of even three inches (roir: | the lloor or not. The moving pictures! were lienutifiil mid wierd mid wonderful, and all those �islil/i(f to take in a clean anil mo.st enjo.vable entertainment, are stroiiK-l.v recommended to visit the Eureka. We are given to under.sturid that -Mr. [,aci-(j8se'ii engagement terminates on Saturila.y ev-eniii),' next.  CRESTON FRUIT LANDS FOR SALE We own S/)00 acres of level land free from stones in Lot 812, Oreaton District. 11)00 acres are surveyed in 10 acre blocks which we olVov for sale to actual settlors for a liinitud time al $60.00 PER ACRE We iranteo this tract (o be the finest fruit land adjacent to Oreston Wlieit tills land is sottlod, the whole tract will bo one large village with all this advantages appertaing thereto. It is well watered by mountain streams. Tho C.l'.R, ritua through the property. TERMS-Quarter Cash, Balance 1, 2 and 3 Years. Interest 6 % Creafou lias tlie best shipping fnciilities for fruit, and tile best climate of any point in Britiali Columbia. Spend Your Winters in Creston b'or further particulars write immediately to the Canyon City land anil Lumber Co. ltd. -- CRESTON, B.C.--- [snap I 2 lots on Niven Street. � North Ward, for � $52.50 eacb. Cash I . miiertaReeltjfCo. I Coiiditt llock Utkbrldge J. F. Rotlgers Jos. A. Young FOR SALE HORSES Heavy and Light RODGERS &YOUNG Sale Stables :: Wood St. Canada Western Chartered Corporation Ltd. Capital ^500,000 Financial Agents. Fiscttl Agents Brokers.  for Royal Collieries Ltd All Stana&rd Stocks H&ndUd HEAD OFFICE-VICTORIA, 8. C. Cbe Star Cransfer eontpany Moynihan & Beardsley Cab Hiring, Draying and Coal Delivery Phone 305 Office Oliver's Hall PROFESSIONAL CA DR. W. 8. QALBRAITH Phyilclan, 8urg�on, AccoucYier Office 014 Hedputh St. Phone M HOURS: Before !) u.m., 8-3; 7-a p.m. OR. O. J. COUHTICE Dtntitt Graduoto of Northwestern Culver-ally, Chicago. IU. Office Hours-O to 12; 1 to 5. Roomt I and 2, Macdonald Block DR. J. B. ELLIS DENTIST Qrndmito of VVeBtcirn Keserve Unlver slty, Olevolnnd Chin. OFFICE-WHITNEY BLOCK Phone 307 Hours: 9-12- 1^ MADAM NORIVAN (Orchestral Piani-te) Teacher of phinoforte, nrgnn aiul voice productiou. Visits or receivoB pupils, preparatory or advanced. Coaching lor exams. Howard Housa, Crabh Street. MR. ERNEST F. LAYTON, VIolinUt, Pupil of Geo. Wilbey, London, Eng., and of Frank E. Blachford, Toronto, i.s open lor a limited number ol Pupils. Also lor Concerto, Al Homes. Banquets, etc. Terms on application. Phone 212, MR. ALBERT ELY Pupil ol Dr. Brlfp", M. A., Song Singing and Voic Cullure. Pupil o{ Chns. Hancock, Esq., F.R. CO., L.R.A.M., Organ ond Theory. Voice Culture, Pipe Organ, Piano. Harmony and Theory, Song Singing Open lor Concerts, ^Banquets, Recitals, Etc. Terms on Application. Lethbrldge, Alberta. HAMILTO; Eng'meera ar Room 4-~W|' �t YOONO Survayere V Block. C.F.P.Conybeare, ., D.C.i.., B. Mcr' Jonaa, B, O L CONYBEAR \ .,oNE� Barristers, Solicito. 'o Office: Conybeare ) Lethbrldge. Altj. W. C. SIMMONS Advocate. Barriiter, Etc. Office: Southard Block. ADDISON & SON Funeral Director. .,d Embalm.r. 321 Crabb St. LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. Office .and Residence Phone 108 F. B. nOLFSON ARCHITECT loom 9 Whitney Block. Merchants & Contractors W(! have the teams and we're here to do the business Graying & Contract Work of all kinds promptly attended to You will do well to get onr prices before placing your orders elsewhere Hayr Transfer Co. H. Hayr and W. G. Hole, Propj. PHONE 180 Ring Up 108 i When von waut DRAYING Done promptly and Bntisfuetorily J JOHN BRODIE J  Coal, Ice and ; PRAYING \\ Western Transfer Co. 1 LONG BROS.Propriotors Office opposite Balmoral . PH ONE 63 ^ The Oxford Cafe SERVES GOOD MEALS. Has been Remodelled Fresh Oysters, Cigars, Fruit and Confectionery JOE FONG - Proprietor JAS. A. MACDONALD ARCHITECT Macdona/d Block. Redpath 8tr.,t l-eihbridge, AlU. Lethbrldge Lodge (39) A. F. & A, M., G. R. A. ii'gular inceting nighv, the third Thursday ol each month in thti Masonic Hull. P. O. Bkok, at 8 p.m Vlfliting brethru-u will always receiva a hearty welcome. A.C.ME88ER, G.V.8X0BKEY, W. M. Secretary. P. O. Box hXI letiibrlilge lerie No. 117 Meets Isl nnd iJrd M o n d ays in K.of P Hall at 8 o'clock. I Visiting oretliren are cordially invited. S. G. DAVIES, W.P 24-ly T. ,T. WHITE, W. S LCTHBRIOGE l.OUut NO. 3a C. B. P. O. E. Meets on the second Tuesday ol eacb inouth at 8.15 p.m. : : : . E. A. 8HAKMAN, M. PRIEST^ R- Secretary Lodge Pride of Alberta, No. 29;^ Sons of England Benefit SocietK Miivt iu llio KulKLtv ot I'ytbluH IJall evrrj' flrst iiiitl Uilril Tliurstluy In tliu muul.ti ut 8 p.m. ViHiliiiK Lri-llirun ulwuyH wvl coma. Walter Aijpliilij, FrfJ T. ItoWim, .S. c Box 67. -Lethbrldge Lodge No. 3- NORTHWEST ASSOCIATION OF STATIONARY ENGINEERS Meet in the Labor Hall every see-nod Bod fourth Moodays ia the month. Ernph yers rerjulriug certificated eu-giueors, and enginc^cra out of employment, r-.uld do well to cominuoicate with ua. ROBERT NEVIN. Ohiel W. A. DICKSON, Secretary. 44-lyrd-� 80 ;