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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 14, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta A, U to eaitdtteied. fa the, part of private three to M u4 the oue vthe control _ o! the Mauafemeat will be in the oi the former. The Herald does not object to that but it .feels! the'doubts about the mauafemeut oi hospital could be dispelled by Mr. Gait or the present managers. What seems to be the vital point'with some cHiaens is that the hospital should be conducted absolutely as a public hospital with all classes of eit- izeus enjoying the same rights and privileges. If not already ar- ranged it ought to Ive au easy mutter to for it. As a matter of fact the by-law would be a unanimously endorsed if an au-.j nouneeiuent to this effect were made before the vote takes place. The medical profession in the- city feels thai it should have a voice in Fwottry In (From the, Harvard Courant.r Corporations and private .citiieiw throttfhout New Enflandare begin- ning to realite the opportunities which this wgiotis offers for profitable forest planting. This year about 8, 500 have been planted in the'six New Eiiglmiid States by zens. In addition a number of water companies have been adopting a for- est-policy. One of the most important [of reformation in Jrtew- Kngland 11 that of planting abandoned farms and other waste laud which at present bringing 110 income. In Massachusetts this waste amounts to 10 per cent, of the toUU'% THE B. C. ELECTIONS li uausUMi for coastituen- to return cf a govcrn- meat, no matter its complciiou, ee the fact sujes them in face that that government is ui power for four or five years at any rate. electors pf Yale Cariboo and Kootenay assumed that attitude in no imprenounced manner on Thurs day and the Liberals lose two seats, reason for this step no doubt is dissatisfaction of the people of Bri Colombia with the treatment met but to that province at the last conference of Provincial Premiers, wfciea failed to se- cure the better terms he had asked fox and-also the cry against Asiatics. It waii urged that the Liberals were not i pronounced enough in their opposi- tion to this class of immigration, though Hon. Frank Oliver made it quite clear in. his speech at Feroie that .the Liberal party was determin- ed to have a white Canada. The main issues in British Colum- bia were of a local nature. National questions had very little cqosidera- tion. The government must recog- nize from the verdict that British Columbia is dissatisfied but whether! its dissatisfaction is based on good grounds is a matter of debate. Out- side of British Columbia it was con- sidered even by the Conservative pre- miers of other provinces, that that province was given a- square deal in the terms of Sir Wilfrid Lau- rier. However Premier McBrido felt In Boxes and Barrels the management and a suggestion I area of the State, while the latest has beou made that a representative Island of the piofessUm should have a seat i nbandoneu urais. It tnB on the Board of Hatoageniwt of the] is fair and We'altliy men C2e a good new hospital. seems City Counlil could appoint as one of- its representatives a medical man. and ii number oi thtrm-have planted tracts of at least fifty acre thi each year, with the intfwtioh of ih-.t iWJT.. DAPS COiJHCIL The' Herald wants to set flu? by-law the size carrial but it fci-ls an undemanding should' be reached hi regard to these matters right away. are confi- dent Mr. Gait wants every class in the community to be satisfied with the conduct of tho enlarged conduct of tho enlarged nospital, HHMVI.IQ pumi.-uaais oi v new building will last us for upward to two ay years and the direction of HS acres..apiqce next spring, anually. One owner in setts who starttnl a white-pine "plan- tation of sixty-three acres this year expects to plant fifty acres 'annually for the next ten years, while others to plant tre.sis of sjz- hundvedj many affairs should be along will be absolutely fair. lines .'that! The The ery the party in 3 er" dirt'nt catch the electors of interior of British Columbia. Newfoundland wants excitement for the winter months, so it made one Ralph 0-1 Ket'ler; Thursday was cou-1 ducted by LoihbridgG''Lodge No. .A. F. "Siil. A. the ser, and D. MayJ S. and about S5 1 members were present. A short ser- 1 vice was held at the lodge room, after mi Misses SUesAt F. German The Shoeman Between Sage's and Roy's election .a tie, in order to have a sec- i lodge members' inarched to the undertaking parlors and accom- ond one. Big, broad minded men of progres- sive ideas are wanted in the xoun- cil. Sec that men of that sort arc nominated nnd elected. Thanksgiving on Monday is a good idea. It enables many people to go home and spend two days around the I ill., remains to St. Augustin's church, where Rev. Chivers con- ducted "the of Eng- land service. then re- formed and.proceeded tc the cemetery where the church "service was cpn- eluded and .the the last rites according to -their order, deposited in the grave a scroll bear- ing the_name of the departed brother, also his lambskin aprorf and each family, fireside. The Government: brother dropped a sprig of evergreen should make the second Monday in otherwise and evidently succeeded in1 November a permanent Thanksgiving converting the majority of the pro- vince to his view. Asiatic exclusion is a vital question in British Columbia. The people are not willing to give the arrangements reached with the Japanese govern- ment and the British government in regard to the Hindus a fair test and prefer rebuke the government at the-first opportunity. In the course of a few years they will find that! D. D. Mann says Edmonton aad Straihcoha. should unite as one city. That is the general opinion of out- siders but Strathcona is afraid of its identity being swallowed u? and rti- matns aloof from the union move- ment. It is a foolish attitude to assume. upon the casket. Mr; Keeler was not a. master Mason, having only been initiated in one__degree within the past month. Leave to conduct a Masonic service was granted by spe- cial dispensation. We have just received a car. load of Fir Doors and NEW DIVORCE LAW Sioux Falls, S. D., Nov. new divorce law- increasing the per- iod of residence requisite for obtaLn- ing a divorce, from- sis months to one" year, was carried on Nov. 1 by a the understanding reached with these j The News urges Medicine Hat peo- i vote of approximately 2 to 1, ac- cording to unofficial figures compil- out the Asiatics. the purpose and j pie to move towards getting tele- I phone connection with outside places. j The Herald understands that it is the I intention of the Provincial govern- ment to extend the long distance line j from Taber to Medicine Hat next: yesterday. THE HOSPITAL BY-LAW Lethbridge is rapidly becoming a city of large population and the Cen- tre of a district that is certain to be thickly settled. Its needs are great and will become greater. No matter where we look, every concern, private THE MOLSON'S BANK BEER A LEGAL NECESSITY London, Kov. a before i the Manx High Court, in which -a and public, must prepare for devel- it_ i -i man sued hv a grocer claim-il that optuent to meet this expanse in po- 7 IJie was not liable as the goods obtain I etl bv his wife were not necessaries, One cise in particular we have, in jud nilcd that. lcgnlly becr and mind and that is the Gait Hospital. stout wcrc neccssark.s. but morallv This institution stands today as wcrc not fo; of the best in the west. Its patients amount iire not confined to Alberta or (Monetary 24.) Good earnings are again snbWiV in j the last annual report of the Molson's Bank. The excess oi profits over the previous year by amounting to Out of this, a ten per cent, dividend is paid, absorbing taxes account for 50; is added to the Officers Pension Fund; has been ex- Columns direct from the Coast, and now, have the largest and stock of plain and fancy, fir doors in Southern Alberta. 1 he South Alberta lumber Corner Ford Dad is carrying trouud on feeling just now as to who are going to sit arouiMl his table on nights. Although" Dad will likely be Dad again for another year, lie know b that is not tiw whole couucil. He 1ms got a few ideas left yet that would be wt'il to have put into bus hvess but if he .'.as a bunch of dub j instead of good progressive aUkrioeu will not bo able to do it. is not the whole council even though he is Mayor. He is only one although the big one. If tlu> electors thai enough of Dad to bdu by ac clamalion, they should thiuk enough o him to give him some of clogs in his wheel of progress Next year's council, should not eon-; tain any long-winded, Vociferous, ver- bose chumps who want to air their views on everything from market re- ports to typhoid foyer' ou every mo- neither does it want aoy shrun- ken-souled narrowr-ininded, two-by- belt cranks, pursuing "penny wise pound foolish neither should it contain those of the opposite stripe who will make the city's money flow Jike water into ev- ery lurid scheme advanced by sonic citizen, or advertisiiig or canvassing agent. But it should contain men who know what money is, who know where it conies from and what it is for, who have, business ability suffic- i icnj to, distinguish. gold brick and .a ten dollar gold piece, who go strong on the enforcement of tho. iawv'.who 'have good character, SOM cd and a sincere desire to do the square thing by all hands. There are lots of -them in tho city jand there arc lots wlio are not qual- ified. When a man has, a bigger idea of his own ability than other people it is a sure sign is lacking in the qualifications of an aV deraien. There are some dubs who think they would awfully like to be Oft. W. 1 QALMUITH Physician, 1U4 iUdpath gi. HOURS: before a.m., ooumrcE 111. t to ii; 2, f Herb tattyd. OR. J. B. ELLIS DENTIST Graduate of OFFCC-WHtTNCY BLOCK Phoue Hours: 9-12; J. F. Bodgen .Jot. A. Young FOR SALE :-ol pianolorto, argau and toiee pfoduciiou. Visits or receives pupils, prepara- lory or advaooad. Coaehiof for exarn. Crabfc Heayy and Light ROW1ERS4YODNG Sale SttMes w St. WetUra MR. ERHEST F. LAYTOM, ?upil oi Geo. Wilbey, London. Eng., Frank E. Blachford- Toronto, i open tor. a limited number of Pupils. >Jao lor At Homei a, etc. Tenni on application Financial Broken. Fiscal AgenU for All Standard HaadUd HEAD VICTORIA, B C. 225 LO.Bo654 iin alucruiaii. They said to a friend in the course.ot a prearranged cou- yersatiou, "Do you know 1 have half a notion to run for council His friend, to be nice, remarks, "Sure thing, go and the would-be alderman having done half a dozen such stunts, hangs out 'his "Having 'beciL. requested by a large number of influential citizens, etc." From such deliver us. Ehr. A., c.oi, qf C.hai. Hancock, JFK Harnwny and Theory, Sonc Open for Banquets, Re- ciUls, Etc. terms on; :AppUoation. "9 AKa. KAMIUTOl fc I can't get Bad ,to name any favor- although he may do so later but I 'fahcyhe won't. Let the people elect whom they like is apparently his altitude and I am as a dutiful son, not going to say whether that is right, or hot. ENGIMEERING ACHIEVEMENT Sarnia, .Ont., Nov. en- gineering achievement and. without most .important which has yet been accomplished in electric marked today; when the Grand Trunk Railway., Co. formally took over from tractors and the 'Westinghouse Co. the electrification equipment of the St. Clair tunnel .which cost over, half a million, dollars. The motive power used in hauling trains .through one of :.-jth5r: longest submarine tunnels in the world has--been changed from steam to electricity and is now being succesfcfully operated by telectric BUek. B. Mor OCHIYBEAR Splictto. Office: ConybeaW O.C.L.. JofMt, 8. 0. L T. M. DALY MENTIONED Winnipeg, Man., Nov. is rumored here that either Hon.. T..M. Daly, who was defeated_vF EonllCUf-; ford Sifton in fir Hugh Armstrong, memfc-i for Portage la Prairie, will be taken into the pro- on branch premises; and a! vincial cabinet to fill the vacancy ?um of has-been applied toj caused by the death, of Hon. J. H. cover depreciation in value of bonds j Agnew, treasurer, and This leaves CARD OF THANKS. The Sisters Faithful Companion add to profit against j The Chinese thtatre, s of j ?26'700 the Previous year. 'IhVU Moines at the ada. For some time back the accom-[ modations at the hospital have been severely taxed. The need of more j Jc.5US very cordially thank'the many! With reference to the _ room is felt. The facilities for doing kind friends who patronized their; >n .I1CW Premises, the president i'x-i work are cramped. o{ Work. There are still several j plaincd nccessity this policy! sion is a necessity. j dainty articleg suitable for" Christmas I al tbe annualmeeting, and added that Just when the need was most ap- presents which they will be elad to! shareliolders could rely upon a ten parent. Mr. F.. T. Gait, a good and dispose of. 277-91 cenL for some yews loyal fri'-rid of this city ami tlu- camo along with nn offer of tho i for the past fifty years has been S per cent., which itself is a very sat- isfactory return. Last year, the ac- tual earnings were about 18 1-2 com- pared with 16 per cent; but the cou- imitated Lyceum, fes's Inchon NQVEMBEBlBatthe HUB CAFE Cream Tomato Veal.Guileta: Mushrooms Potatoes String Beans Peaches and Cream Mr. La Moine at leadinf trombone sole, and don't you it. magnificont sum of thirty thousand j dollars towards a new hospital, a! provision being made that the city contribute a like sura. The Gait hos- pital named after the father of the present donor, and by the way the j Gait name should be perpetuated in the new hospital by a tablet oi brass, j was founded hy the Gait family. As it stands today the hospital repre-j sent.s a considerable sum of money, j It is true the city has contributed tn! its maintenance but the hulk of the f-xpfnditure has boen on tho part of the Gait family and the A. R. T. Co. In addition to the gifts already made there will bf- an endowment of from the Gait estate which will yield at loast towards maintenance each year. Mr. GnltV alonp with tlu- grant of the pity woviM to a nfw at tlu% St., that would be one of tho fino.-t hos- -pital structures in Western Canada and would provide for this city the hospital it so badly nov-ds. The by-law to rai.s" thf snin oi thir- ty dollars, the city'rf tion, is to bi upon on far 2. If it is carried. Mr. GaltV splendid gift will be available. If it defeated, the opportunity would ho forover lost Lethbridge of having a modern hospital with tho outlay ol so a sum of monoy on tho city's j part. i The num who voto> npainst the by- law votes disapproval of Mr. Gait'.- Jine gift, and puts out of reach of the; city for some years the well equipped j hospital it so greatly The Herald has heard some criti- i ciams of the by-law. It is argued 1 that the city is giving without! any guarantee to how the hospital' 1 AGE'S ATDRDAY ALE has more titan usual attractions this net We offer 11 per cent discount fron usual prices of cloth houri fiction inclui- Leaven of Love. Holy Orders. Lewis Rand. Quest Eternal. Fly on the Wheel. Isabel's Handkerchief. Man from Brodney's. Pawn in the Game. Treasure of Heaven. Master Christians. Nedra. Jane Cable. Sourdough (two styles.) ahead. It may bu recalled that thej nvorapo dividend paid by the bank! C. SlltMQNS Ail Bwrlttor. Etc. pffiee: Soutbard Block. ADD I SON SON Dirottor. 321 Crabb'.Bi; and; t-prvative and at the same time, pro-j prossive policy course pursued by i the directors will undoubtedly be ofs lasting benefit to the shareholders, j The object of the directors, one ofj their number remarked, is to 'make-1 M.olsons Bank known throughout j the length s ml cf the land.- find obviously the best which i this can ftecomp'i.a.hed i.s by put-i tinp presentable buildings in. each ct'-ntro. Branches wero opt-nod during: the twelve months at St. Ours, St.! Cfsairo nnd Waterloo, in the Pro-j vince of and ai Zurich, in! Ontario. The general statement shows a; slight increase in the paid up capital j of nearly with a correspond-: inp inert ase in the reserve fund, j hoth now standing al ThfTf a srruxll decrease in thr' i amount of note.-; in circulation of nbom Deposits on demand sliow a of A shrink-! age in thia accoynt has been common1 to all banks during the year. On thel o'her hand deposits on notice have' increased by over a million dollars, j the combined accounts totalling FOR I, SKI in the previous year. Specie and Do- minion nyt-> have gained from H6.254 to tin- latter rep-- resentinp ten ivr r-'nt of the total' deposits. Availablo assets a! prrrportivn "f 47 rx-r cent, of the total; Commercial discounts) show a slight decrease of about 000 and figure at Bank arc put at i tho same as previously. We own acres level land free from stones in Lot 812. Creston District. 1000 acres are surveyed in 10 acre blocks which we offer for sale to actual settlers for a limited time at PER ACRE We traarantee this tract to be the finest fruit land ad- js.csst to When this land is settled, the whole tract be one large village with all the advantages appertaing thereto. It is well watered by mountain streams. The C.P.R. runs through the property. Creston has the best shipping for fruit, and the best climate of any point in British Columbia, TOUT winters in vreston For further particulars immediately to the Canyon City Law! aid limber Co. Ltd. We haye the teams and the business of all kinds promptly attendeito You will do well to get our prices before placing your orders Elsewhere Hayr Transfer Co. H. W- C. Hole, Props. PHONE 180 B. ROLFSON ARCHITECT f Whitney JAS. A, ARCHiTECT AJU. A. F. ii, R; A. meetinf uig ti., the third Thursday 'of inooth in Masonic Hall, p. o. Block, at 8 p m Viiitinf brethren wUl alway. repejft a hearty welcome. G.V.8-IORKEY. Secretary. P. 0. Box MT MAKES WARM HOUSE WITH NO PLASTER Costs 75 Per Cnt Las Beqnires no expensive labor YOU Can Put It On Write for Free Sample and instructions for applying, of dealer to SOLE AGENTS WINNIPEG, MAN. CRESTON, B.C. 1st and 3rd Mondaye inE. of P Hail at 8 o'clock. brethren are cordially S. G. DAVIES, W.P 24-Jy T. J. WHITE, W. S tCTHBRIOOr NO. C. B. P. O. C. MeeU on the setood of montb at 8.15 p.m. A. 8HARMAN. M. PRIEST. E- K. Beentary. Lodge Pride of No. 293 3m if bieflt tatt) tW The Oxford Cafe SERVES OOOO MEALS. Has been Remodelled Frwh Oysters, Cigars, Fruit and Confectionery JOC FONG at 8 p.m. eowe. Waiter Apptebj, FrHT. Boitf. MORTH-WEST ASSOCIATION Of STATIOHARY effQINEERS in the Labor Han rrwy MM. aad aad Ikwrth Mondtyi in UN month. Empkfen f and