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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 12, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta k FmraUe Terns What VitiUr of the UniUrf MM U Say (Belle Phiu (KaosAs) Monday morning found speed- int over Southern At Cal- gary the train left the mam line and swung to the south, stopping at Mc- Leod, where lunch was servjed. From Macleod to teUibridge the track takes a very circuitous route. The wagon road U only 28 miles between Uiese stationj. but the ..railroad J. forced to go 48 miles.- This is caused by the Belly Biver haying such wide gorge and very deep. The rail- crowes thehead of St. .Mary's Rivet at its entrance into the Bellf Kiver. So many gorges are on each side of the is culled the "Bad Lands." At one place seven trestle bridges are visible, making rather a rare sight. So aiany trestles make it very unsatisfactory, .80. the C.P.R. AreYoiSiriij? Now, when money ii coming la faster than at any other season, are you laying by much as you should Open a SlvtefS AttMMli with the Union of Canada as often as you can, any sum from up, and watch your balance grow. There's satisfaction and lecurity wit. .VvV Interest at the highest current rate is paid 4 times a year. Money may be withdrawn at any time, without notice. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH: J. R. Anderson, Fbfam Afcitei Bf fe Dan fa At LethWidy The of the ol the Labor Party, of the Leth bridge -.Provincial constituency, adopted on Mopday, ows; 1. Naiiui of party. 2. Eligibility of candidate. 3. Aiiii aiid object (Hull Resolu- iou: That tbe lime has arrived when Labor Party bhou Id declare as Us ultimate objeot: The nationalization and socialization of the means of and exchange; the com- >lete euukocipaiion of Labor from Is putting in a mammoth bridge over the Belly River at .Lelhbridge; which 'when completed will be the longest railroad bridge in the world.. Outside of the approaches, counting the steel alone, it will be 1. mile and 47 feel long and 307 feet above the river. Our party was taken to the river where the bridge is un- TW Per- WHICH iailj: 7.15 115 THEATRE label tUnur J.W.WALUCE Retires The LAM 01NES in their Musical Comedy Acts "Don't Neglect a H have tat one result the throat or or both, affected, It he domination of Landlordism, with ADKSSMN: AMs 2Sc CUfcei.lSc Next door to Herald Office Refined Vaudeville and'New Motion Pictures MONTE LACROSSE Astrologer The Secret x The Miracle of a Charit- able 5onth Wrongly Charged Modern Hotel Prices lOc md 15e brims Fcrftraoce at 7JO RYAGNTn HAMPTON uVr When the bridge us completed it will be a saving of 15 miles between the .two places, inak ing but two bridges instead of thir teen, the present route. Leth bridge is >a city of 63000. -I is a coal city as well as a great cat tie centre. It is in a big wheat sec tion, and many of the farms are a big as "all outdoors." Upon reaching the city we were met by :a committee, and the usua ride given us. I was lucky to ge in an automobile, and enjoyed th .trip very much. We were taken hrough the ilver farm, a farm o Irrigation has alway >eeri hr use. Jiere; the water bein yroughi by a main ditch from up th St.- Mary's, GO miles away. Bu noyvv grain is being grown without ir rigatipn, and it- isimore, successfu than -the old way. Winter and sprin wheat is sown, a rule, th spring wheat is best. ,We passe through another farm of 90S. acre without a dividing road line to brea itp its vastness. The" wheat was be ing threshed, and was yielding 35 bushels.. The wheat was the Alberta Red variety. The land here reminds oiic of eastern Colorado, but has not the elevation of that section. No treos are here to interrupt the view, and the eye grows wary to take in the broad expanse. of level ground. Our party took the train after the drive "at .Coaldale, where it was back- ed down for its use, but the automo- bile carried the writer back to town. The distance is 10 miles, and there is .not a of four feet eleva- tion anywhere in the long straight oad into the city. We found eturning to the city that we had one .over 30 miles in the ride over in the buzz wagon. rOur river was.ka Mr. Miebach, a; foriiicr tarisas man, born in Brown County. He iy in the hotel business- here, and ays he is doing well. He i also owns ;-farm 16 miles north of town, and s luck would have-it, it is on the utoftV being put in between Mac- ebd and Lethbridge, adjoining a lew town bpguii on the right of way :Sohie little entertainment was fur nished by Lethbridge principally a Capitalism and complete econo- 4. Free compulsory education. 5. Legal working day of eight lours and day.s to a week. Government inspection of all industries, tenements, the said inspector to> be appointed apart from party and that civil service examin- ations be applied to both iaside and outside service. 7. The .abolition of the contract system on all public works and a good fair wage clause in government contracts. 8. A minimum living- wage, based on local Dr. Wood's Norway Syrup U it is without an M ft rMMdy for Cougbi, Colds, Bronchitis, Sore Throat, Pain in the Asthma, Whooping Qulmy tod all ftffectiocw of the Throat and A. single of Dr. Wood'i Norway NO GOOD HUN1ER will start out with a poor gun if he Syrup will stof a cough, soothe the can help it. He can help it, and so throat, sod if tbe oovgk or cold has become settled v.u the lungs, tbe healing properties of the Norway Pioe will proclaim its great virtue by promptly the uiu effects, uivi uue of the remedy cannot fail to bring about t com- plete cure. Do not bo humbugged into buying so- called Norway Syrups, but be sure and insist on having Dr, Wood's. It is- put up in a yellow wrapper, three piue trees the trade mark, and price 25 cents. Mrs. A. Elles, Innisfail, "Laat spring I had Typhoid fever and Bronchitis, which left mo with terrible cough. I tried doctor's medicine but got no relief until ay husband got me a bottle of Dr. Wood's Norway Pino Syrup, and before I had finished it my cough was cured. My husband also uses it whenever he has a cough. I would not be with- out it." 9. Publics ownership of all fran- chises; such as railways, telegraphs, telephones, waterworks, lighting, etc., and the enactment of jaws, pro- vincial and national, providing for postal sayings banks and postal ex- press. .10. Tar refornaCby lessening taxa- fion on industry "and increasing it on land values, .f--. 11. the Dominion Sc-n- -ate. 13. the :union-tlabel to be placed on all manufactured goods, where practicable, and on all government and municipal supplies. 14. Abolition of child labor by child- ren under fourteen years of age; and of female labor in all branches of THE: Whall-Davidson Co. Ltd. SHEET KTAI CONmaORS, MANUFACTURERS AMD JOBBERS Are now located in the Bowman Block, Crabb Street And are prepared to give prompt and careful attention to all orders and inquiries regarding Sheet MeUi Skyiifki, FireyrMf IcUi !es, Umptd bn, Eave Sbeet ek. Ectwa; aid Victor Finaces aW Contractors are invited to investigate our Prices and Stock Phone 142 P.O. Box 627 industrial such as mines, work- can you. GET YOUR GUN here, and it will be a good one. We have many styles and prices, but you won't find a poor gun in the lot. AMMUNITION which we carry ie of the best, am pricos are right. HOWARD CASE CO. GUNSMITHS LETHBRIDGE ALTA shops, factories, ietc. 15. -of property qualifica- tions for all public offices. 16. Voluntary arbitration of labor disputes. "V 17. Proportional representation with grouped constituencies and abolition of municipal wards. 18. Direct legislation, through the iniative and referendum. 19. Prohibition of -prison labor in competition with-free labor. 30. Better Employers' Liability 2U Printed voters' lists. School by the Letter Day Saints. For this work the various of the Cardston School build- ng had been engaged. Kindergarten primary, first intermediate, second in- termediate, theological, and Parents' departments all had speakers, pre- pared papers which were read and di; cussed, and such work as. would "best suit their respective needs. Luncheon was served at twelve o'clock: and the Alberta Stake .Sun- School-Board made excellent pro- vision for all its many guests. A special meeting of the Alberta Stake Workers only convened at 1 p.m. and decided by unanimous vote to hereafter hold their Sunday School Union sessions on the third Sunday in each month at 3 o'clock p.m. at Cardston, beginning this arrangement in December next. At 2 p.m. the convention work for both stakes was resumed' and all the departments seeded very busy and interested until 4 p.m. The service, at 7 p.m. was devoted to Sunday School work, to which the public was invited. It made a splendid closing for a well- spent day. The religion class workers of the Alberta Stake hold a convention on the 17th ,hst. at Cardston. General Supt. H. IT. Cummings will be present and wishes to sec all tea- chers ftnd officers. CONFECTIONERY GOING TO HOftMER (Hosmer, B. C., Titnes.) Norznan Henderson, for some master mechanic at the Coul Creek nines of the Crow's Nest Pass Coal 'o., is, uudyrstaud, coining to to Utkt? that position with tlirj mines. BUDD" REED Successor to G. W. H. Keed Phone 211 At 'At the Alberta Restaurant! Shoi t Orderi at all Hours Oliver Block Phone 228 Automobile and Gasoline Engine Works Brass and Iron Castings General Smithing Satisfaction Guaranteed J. RICHARDS Adjoining N.W.J. Com. Co. StabL s P.O. Box 432 concert in the park by the band. Jh'e-writer met the leader and was hi- nted to play with them which was agreeable to us. They have a fine carrying a saxaphone and a double B bass, both instruments very much -needed by the band at home. Their suits were like ours with but one exception, braid in front, and were bought at the same .place. It made one feel quite at home. Lthbridge is a peculiar city, the laws "being very strict as to closing at six o'clock, when all stores must close, except drug stores which close at 8 and bar rooms which must "close at 10. Even then the drug store vre called on could not sell postal cards after six because they were not of its line of business. One store had a sign up 'Pass on, we., were fined five dollars for selling a magazine after 6 o'clock.' Another fellow was out in front of his" store and stopped our people by saying, "You are from a free your" In reply to this inevitable reply he would con- tinue; "why don't you come up to a Cardston, Nov. was a re- cord house oil Saturday evening to greet the performers in the concert by the Taylor and Alberta Stakes.for the benefit of the Sunday Schools. Every available seat taken Supt. Allred of the Taylor Stake was in charge of the programme. Cardston's military band under Mr. Newton's leadership; won more gol- den opinions, However, in the vocal work the Taylor Stake gave the audience a rare musical treat while the inimi- table humorist, B. S. Young, was never failing in his side-shaking sclec tions. Some of the principal numbers were as follows: Quartette from Cardston's Cyclone-Glee Club, Recitation Mrs. Zina Brown; violin solo, Ural O'Brien; quartette by the Misses and Messrs. Clark of Stirling; soprano solo, Miss Mattie Clark; piano solo, by Miss Maud McCarty; selection by the Aetna Glee Club; piano ,solo, by Miss Orvilda Green, and a duet, by Mrs. "Fanny Morgan1'' Brown and Mrs. "Ethel Caldwell" Harker. Well deserved encores were given the violin solo (Mr. the soprano solo by Miss Clark, as well THE: Molsons Bank Established 1855 HEAD OFFKE MONTREAL country where no one is fre Evi- dently Lethbriclge has some versatile town knockers. GURNET-OXFORD Canadian Range This new oven fea- ture thia range a wonderful bread bailer YO TJ who have worried about an unevenly heated haw had cakes and bread burned to a cinder on one side while the other wai will be glad to hear of this new steel range that is really new. The front of the oven in a Gurney- Oxfcrd Canadian Range is as hot as the heat is evenly distributed throughout This is dene by the new Oxford Division flue. The old style. flue drew the heat of the fire to the back of the oven making that the hot- test part. This new fiue divides the" heat and forces half of it to go over the front of the oven ketping it at an even temperature throughout. Besides this great feature, the Oxford Canadian is fitted with the new Gurney- Oxf ord reversible grate, that bumsevery r __ _-. -11 t-----A ._. pw.lLM.IC VI V.XKU, All irCrttUUHJl it. You can keep this range going all tbe winter, for the grate has interlocking teeth which when operated cuts all the OURNEY-OXFORD Xeserre Fni 67 Branches in Canada Agents and correspondents in all principal cities and towns in the United States. SAVffiCS BANK DEPARTMENT starts an account. Interest allowed and credited 4 ti mes a year at highest current rate. A general banking business transacted L D. Jcbsta, Mwfcr you ever THE BOSTON LUNCH For a tasty meal served on the shortest notice. LuncKes Put Up For Outing Parties Itie Boston Lunch NEXT TO ARUNCTON HOTE BARONESS ROAD Get our PRICES on Corrugated Iron Galvanized and Painted Metallic Siding Metallic Shingles before buying elsewhere We have just placed a carload of the well-known Metal Shingle and Siding Co.'s goods in stock OlIKR'S QNPUIl Office and Factory tof, mil mi ttlPU STKtlS Telephone 153 PkMl95 Accounts must be PAID before the Wholesale Liquor Merchant PW50 F.O.Boi87 prkwd UUM Any Oihw tte Tbe fod-MTinc Oirford