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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 12, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LtTMttlOOi, AL4CJTTA, THUHWAY, NOVtMMfl of augurs for the lectual futunt of province. intel- Palpitation of the Heart no GOT RIO Of GRAFTERS Boa. L. P. Brodeur U to com- Tor kifl proiopt actioa ia 'officials of his who Jbbvcr under dark cloud, as A result of it the inquiry being held by Judge Cas- While the charges of graft ag- ainst these officials have not bean pro ven, still the 'Minister adopted the proper course in removing them. If ey- can prove that the are The Toronto Globe Uw iMUMciawat ol Mackeaaie Kiaf'r pointiueat to attend the at; with, the "An expert on Since when pray did become expert? Was it opium that he put the Tories of North Waterloo to with? House v el t showed a very narrow spirit, he u> ask President Gowpers, the Auierieau lo _a. "labor" dinrwr fc> doubt, Comers had outset! icy and his candidate uti'( s Bryan. We had thought, was a bigger nuiu uct KO childishly. The seniority of the uwiuljem of the new House of Commons rum about as William Patterson, 1872; lion. John Huugart, 1872; Sir Wilfrid 1874; Sir Frederick Borden, Dr. Sproule, 187S; lion. Geo. E. _Foster, 1878; Geo. Tay lor. 1882; Duvid Henderson, 1888; 1893; Col. Hughes, 1892; ol UM trat daftpr ao- ing wrong with (Ho beart u irregular or Often catly or iling; or aiiii tlswe ittay a wott violent beating yf the uul pulsations of (Jba arteries. The a nimtion, for breath ajvi as tbouijh about to dia. action of Milbum'n aod and iaipartlQg too. Dfcrve oeiities, u, ah that- no one swfter. Mr. Sylvester ILuiuptos, K.B., I trosblwil wkk palpitatioe tUe heart and tried doctor's wcdk-inos, but tliey only gave me relief. I heard o'f your Heart aod bought two boxt-a before 1 luiil uaed item I wai completely would rcowBinend them NJ all simiUrly affected." cents per box, or 3 boxes for fl.25 ftt all or' direct oa receipt of price by The T. iiilbum Co., Limited, Toi-onto, Ont. The Liberal goveriuueut can streng- then. itself at the commence- of iU lease .of iwwer by of officiate against .-jfr horn there is even a of wrong- doing. The; people of the country will Dack them up in any efforts they put forth ia that dipectiom. ''We- want dean men in. the civil ser- vice, as well as in. Parliament. A PAID COMMISSION Sons Of England function Monday Ives made a suggestion, that deserves the careful consideration Sof thfe ratepayers of this city. His suggestion was that ol the Government oL the city by a hoard of commissioners who .would be paid for their services. The idea is not new as practically all large Canadian cities have such a board under the title of Board of Control or some other similar name; In some cases the commissioners are elected, in others they are. appointed by the city council. In all cases, it is the intention to centralize the adminis- tration of the city's affairs by putting it into the hands of a few able men who :will devote their whole time to the city. The best possible men are and they are paid a salary that is in some measure comineusur- Calgary, through its has been, calling for a business man to fill the mayor's chair. At the pre- sent moment, indications are that R. R. late general superintend ent of "the C.P.R., is available for the job. lie is a good man, far bet- ter than Calgary has been accustoined" to having in its council. If he fs hot elected, then. .Calgary deserves any 61 a.: mayor from now until the crack of doom. REMARKABLE STORM AT SEA TWO BRIGHT YOUNG MEN (From the" Toronto "World, Con.) Major Sam and W. L. King, were classmates at Toronto un iversity in 1895. They are now men bers of the greatest social club in. Ca nada, the House Both were graduated from Toronto university .first class honor men in political science and law. All the advantages 6i Ontario's educational system were their's at little expense. After giving them all credit for their natural ability, the ordinary citizen, who supported the educational system of which they are the finished Pro- duct, is not unreasonable in expect- ate with their services. The work of ing that the public interest--will the city council is merely legislative, their first care. t A. i Neither Major Sharpc nor Mr. King the administration is in the hands of was straight-laced in his partisan- the commissioners. ship during tho campaign. Lethbridge not be ready for this yet. Six. or seven thousand dol- lars is a. large sum of money to pay in additioa to the present cost of ad- ministration. But the time is not far distant when some such system must be adopted. Business men can- not afford to devote so much time and labor as is now required of the members the council. And only. men of business are wanted. Even a salary of two thousand a year would be no temptation to the class of men who are wanted. But thousand dollars would, added to their sense of duty in serving the city, be an in- ducement to get the best men into municipal affairs. Only those who have the council during the last two three years and those who are inti- mately associated with the work have any idea of the amount of work that is required of the Alderman. It is more than the electorate has any right to ask a man to do without re- muneration, and yet on the other hand, the smallest salary would be too great to pay some of the Alder- men that occasionally afflict city councils. The expenditure of money to so- cure efficient administration is true economy and the suggestion of Aid. Ivea as a step in this direction is one deserving of thought for the day! not far distant when some such will have to be taken. Each was a radical to the end of the chapter. Canada will watch the parliamen- tary career of these two .young--men with interest. It will do them no harm to Vnow that much, is expected of them by all the people of Canada, and that means uy Liberals, Conser- vatives and citizens who are proud to be known only as citizens of Canada. Nightlikf; Blinding Hot Rain and Hail in Succession not afraid tc good vam of nvoney to get them. Cal- Xftfy has just opened an school. Early in the year T.ftth- bridge's fine now Central School cost- Square feet of floor space, ex- clusive of basement, is what we have and require for our ever growing'busiaess. 1580 feet of this is again laid aside for the use of cur old friend Santa Glaus, You are not too early to call and see how busy he is getting, fie reserves the same space at in past years for hiding away be- spoken presents tor his friends. Today's Arrivals Are British Weekly Papers Popular Magazine Blue Book All Story Man. We hare .just received a car- load of Fir Doors and Staved Columns direct from the Coast, and now, have the largest and finest, stock of plaia ,and fancy fir doors in Sontliern Alberta. IheSouth Alberta lumber Co. Ltd. ' Ford Everything good to eat at CHOW SAM'S CAFE Only high-class materials 7 v used Chow Sam Co. McGuireV V-. Old Stand SHORT ORDERS AT ALL BOURS Chtrtered Corporation Ltd. Capital Financial Agents. Fiscal AgenU Brokers. for CoUkria LU All SUadard Stocks HEAD OFFICE-VICTORIA, B. C AFTER FORAKER'S SEAT Cincinnati, Ohio, the assurance thai thr: Legislature is safely Republicon candidates for the Senate are beginning to bob up and jit is certain that there a hot fight for Foraker's seat.'r The Sena- i tor declares that he is in the race i for re-election but his chances are j apparently slight. Charles P. Taft, I brothel of the President-elect also is i an avowed candidate for the place. bsiuss lea's Uuteon NOVEMBER 13 at the HUB CAFE Fried Halibut Mutton Chop's ;Lamb Kidneys .Mashed Potatoes Stewed Tomatoes Deep Apple Pie and Cream Sonf MR. ALBERT ELY Pupil of Dr. M. A., Singing and Voic: CUiure. Pupil of Chas. Hancock, Esq., FR C.O., L.R.A.M., Organ Theory! Voic. Cultur., Pip. orgwi, .nd Theory, Son, Open for Re- ciUls, Etc. Terma on Application. Lethbridge, Albwjta. HAMILTOI YOUNG turvtyarm V Black, Room Office: Cab Miring, Draying and Delivery Mr. La Moine at the there with the leading trombone solo, and don't you miss it. Who MONTE Is Making LACROSSE a Hit with His' Dancing and Conjuring Feats j An excellent opportunity is afforded! to vis daily by the management of! the Eureka Theatre of witnessing a! really good first class and those who were present last night; had ample proof of this statement.1 j-The management have secured the ser vices of Monte lacrosse, the famous; i dancer nnd slight-of-hand expert, i j whose amusing and remarkably clovor j work was thoroughly appreciated by! the large and enthusiastic audience.! The climax of the entertainment was'. reached when Monte lacrosse pro- his wonderful weight-changing! was applauded to the echo. Who-! t i thor finy deception was practised on; i the audio.nro seemed ni first a sub- j I ject for considerable mscwssion but i repetitions oi the act soon proved the 'contrary. Mr. states that; strongest man in the city couul! not lift from the floor except by j means of machinery, tackle, etc. Se-i iheir strcngin nr.u io retire un- j successful. Ii would be interesting! I to know whether there was a man in j I this city (awl there should xvho! i i rfCnr, lift n mnti woicchincc pounds: CRESTON FRUIT LANDS FOR SALE We own acres "of level land free stones ir. Lot 812, Creston District. 1000 acres are surveyed in 10 acre blocks which we offer for sale to actnal settlers for a limited time at R. Mtt RHH j to hfight. of even 'three inches from tho ilnor or not. The moving pictures were boautiful niul wirnl and woivVer- jful. and all wishing to take inj a clean and enjoyable entertain- j visit the Eureka. We are given understand that Mr. Lacrosse's to' to: en-j gagement tenninnles on Saturday ov- eninjr next. We a iran tee this tracb to be. the finest fruit land ad- jacent to Creston When this land is the whole tract will be one- large village with all the advantages thereto. It is well watered by mountain streams. The C.P.R. runs through the property. Cask, Bdwce Years, fetred 6 Creston has the best shipping facilities' for fruit, and the best climate of any point in British Columbia. Spend Your Winters in Creston for farther particnlara write immediately to the Citjf tdflu m LuiTiijcr Cu, uu, CRESTON, B.C.--------------- Phone 305 Oice Oliver's Bafl B. MC: CONYBEAFi Solieito. Conybeare D.C.L.. B. C. L .'e. W. C. SIMMONS Advocfttt, BarritUr. Cie. Office: Southard Btock. ADOISON SON Funeral .nd Embaimtrt 321 St. ALTAJ Office and Residence Phone iw B. ROLFSOH ARCHITECT Whitney JAS. A. JMACOONALD ARCHITECT MercliaHts CifntfiGton We have the teams and we're here to do the business j Drajiag Contract Work of all kinds promptly attended to You will do well to get our prices before placing your orders elsewhere Hayr Transfer Co. H. Hayr and W. G. Hole, Props. PHONE 180 (39) A. F. A: M-, G. R. A. ular meeting night, tbe third Churiday of each month in Masonic Hall, P. O. Bleek, at 8 p.ui VwiUng brethren will klWjs rtceiTe hearty welcome. G.V.STORKEY, Secretarj. P. 0. Box M7 Rbg. Up 108 i When vou want DRAYING Done promptly and satisfactorily JOHN BRODIE: Coal, Ice and Meets 1st and Drd Mondays in K. of P Hall at 8 o'clock. brethren are cordially invited. S. G. DAVIES, W.P J. WHITE, W. S 24-ly T. LETHBRIDQE LObut NO. C. B. P. O. E. Meets on the sccood Tuesday ol each month at 8.15 p.m. E. A. 8HAKMAN, M. PRIEST. E. R. Secretary Lodge Pride of AltertA, No. 293 Sus at loefit Secotj in tlio of Uall f TM7 first ami Oiinl j in the month nt 8 p.m. YMilinjp trKbrvn Transfer Co, LONG BROS.Proprietors Office opposite Balmoral PH ONE ea :i Walter Applchj, W. Robins. Si i Bux 57. The Oxford Cafe SERVES GOOD MEALS. Has been "Remodelled Fresh Oysters, Cigars, Frail-and Confectionery JOE FONG Proprietor NORTH-WEST ASSOCIATION Of STATIONARY ENGINEERS Mwst in the Labor Hall erevy and and fourth Mondayu in the month. requiriuf certificated en- gineers, ami enfinecrs out o! employ- ment, do wcl! to communicate with M. ROBERT NEVIS, Chtel W. A. DICiXSON, ;