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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 14, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LITHMIDM, tATUfiDAY, NOVIMtlR 14, (Ml Capital, teti! Profits WhyNofSUHa Savings Account tow? Money is.niore plenti- ful now than at any other season, and you can make a good start before the New Year. A SavfafS AttMUti in the Union Bank of Canada will give you. a comfortable feeling of security and make it easier to keep on saving. starts an account, and deposits of and upwards are received.' Interest at the higbest current rate is paid 4 times a year. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH: J. R. Anderson, Manager. Rambling Reveries B Y DREAMER HELLO FOR HOSMER (Hosmer, 13. C. Times.) An election to ratify an agreement between the city of Fernie and the Kast Kootenay Telephone Co., was voted upon Tuesday by the ratepay- ers and was carried b a 4 to 1 of 138. Four ballots were spoiled. This may mean that Hosmer may al- so soon have u telephone .system with long distance connections with all points between Nelson and Spo- kane on the west, and with all of Alb.-rta, through connection with the AJberta' svstem at Crow's Nest. Hel- there being 103 to 31. hi a tutal vote'lo! Hurry up. ROYS AND GIRLS AS COOKS Young girls and boys leura easily how to cook, mid arc proud to stir the cake, beat tho eggs, and whip tlw frosting, long before the common mother has the patience to let them do it. Does it try your patience? That is just what a good mother is for. Did they spill the sugar and stir over the cake? They won't do it next time. Don't fret at Uiein. Sivy, never mind, nobody will know it but you and me. Then just you tell who made stirred up that bread, and let them feel that you are really helped, and let them brag a untl if you do not make fun of them, pretty soon somebody will be saying: "I can make a cake as good as ma can.' How about that pic crust? How many pies did you make before you made that melting kind you make now? your girl make the nexi crust, ami you see to it that she makes a success of it. Here lies the most of the trouble. You think you I can't tell her. You can if you will. Brag up that pie a little and see how glad she is to make another. But re- member to do your part every time, land that is all she can do, then don'.t NAT GOODWIN MARRIED Famous Actor Fourth Matri- monial Venture Boston, Nov. C. Good- win, the comedian, and Kdna Good- ich, who formerly starred with Mr. Goodwin, were married at 1 o'clock oday at the home-of Mr, Goodwin's nother. The ceremony was perform- ed by a justice of the peace who has )een a Iriejjd of Mr. Goodwin since boyhood, but whose .name was not nade public. The wedding party arrived here from New York city early today, and comprised Mrs. Nellie Stevens, moth- OUR LETTER BOX. THE CITY'S FINANCES Editor Daily'Herald: would appear that we arc up against a peculiar proposition, nami'ly resignation oi practically the entire City Council, and .so far no valid for this wholesale rc- sitftiing has been published. Why is it thus? Has the present Council got things tiiiu that they want to get out under. We have had a progressive Council, of the bride, Miss Goodrich, Mr. a Council that ha.s made its mark Goodwin and Geo. 0. Wooden, Mr. Goodwin's manager. Those, with Mr. Goodwin's mother, were the only ones present at the ceremony. The couple remained in Boston until late this afternoon, taking a train for New York City at midnight. The wedding today is the fuurth marriage of Mr. Goodwin, and the second of Miss Goodrich. The cere- mony was held in Boston, .said Mr. Goodwin, that he might have an op- portunity of seeing his mother be- fore he entered on engagements which would prevent his again com- ing to Baston for some months. "No, my marriage will not in the least affect my stage de- clared Mrs. Goodwin. hope it will materially aid them. On account of rny health I shall not return to the 5tage this winter, hut shall take a Don't give her poor Be sure your lard is i THE HEICL-A FURNACDE niWestern Phimbinqjinsmithing Heating Go P.O. Box 417 Phone 266 tell her of thtit, ever. "Let bcr think she tlid it most all, nnd very soon jshc will do it as good if not as rap- I Idly as you. to use. white and sweet, else her pies will not look right. Be sure the baking powder will hold the cake up when it 'gets up. If you have any poor stuff to use, manage that'yourself. I know i whereof 1 speak, for I have a girl nd two boys, and they can bake, nd we arc farmers, too. I look uf- er them, stove and all, but they urn but splendid bake stuff. This laking business is getting to be problem, and do not let your girl vait until after she is married before she can take potatoes which are not hc best, and make them turn- out 01 good long rest." A SKETCH OF THE UFE OF TAFT THE: Woodhall-Davidson SiEET METAL CONTRACTORS, MANUFACTURERS AND JOBBERS Are located in the new Block, Crabb Street Anu are prepared to give prompt and careful attention to ail orders and inquiries regarding Sheet Metal brakes, Skylights, Fireproof Windows, Metal CeiliBgs, States, bmgated Iron, Trough, Sheet Iroo, etc. Geieril Pease Ecntny ad Victor Furnaces and Registers Contractors are invited to investigate our Prices and Stock Phone 142 P.O. Box 62 7 the kettle- nearly mo- her. THE GOOD HOUSEWIFE You look at the housewife who a place for her things, and these things in their places, and you find a woman who is systematic in her wort uid when she needs anything she can put; her hands' on it in a mo meat. She plans and calculate? whenever there , be. extra work cooking-, extra washing, etc. and sho knows beforehand just wha there is to do, and vrhat she want to do with it. Her work move along like clockwork" and when th clock strikes twelve she is ready t put the victuals on the table. Th men are not eat their dinner and. out of the way, and her work goes, on according to pro- gramme, and nobody's time is wast- ed by her procrastination. She Is. on time, the glory of her husband, the beloved of her children, the of all who know her. William Upward Taft, the new pre- idcnt of the United Stales, was born Sept. 15, 1857. His father was ororniuent in American public life hav ng been attorney-general of the Unit cd States in 1876 and 1877. Hc gra- duated from Woodward High school u Cincinnati! in 1874 and four years fater hc took his degree from Yale, standing 2nd class, of 121, of which he was salutatorian and class orator. In 1880 ho took the degree of L.L.B. from the law school of Cincinnatti college, dividing the first prize. He is also an L.-L.D. of Penn- sylvania university and Yale, having been conferred with, the degrees 1902 and 1903 respectively. In 1880 he was admitted to the m the city in many ways, and I be- lieve ilmi with the exception of tin' misplaced fire hall, their have boon for the general gmxl. They spent large? sums of morn-y ami many are of the opinion that there must be a largo increase in the 'ax rate next year. are now to be asked to vote a sum of for the hospital_and also to a year to it, both of which should do if we h'ave the money. 1 would suggest Mr. Editor that you obtain from the city treasurer a stati-mriit of the city finances and publish the same. A statement that we can all un- derstand, and which will show what the present city valuation Ls, what the limit of the borrowing power is !iow much we have borrowed now when it has to be paid, how mucl we owe and what assets we have U go against it, how much was raisec in taxes this year, how much of thi gor-s into lixfd charges such as in terest, sinking fund, etc. and much is available for city improve- ments, in fact a plain business state- ment that we caii all understand. Yours, TAX PAYER. EDISON For money invest- ed there is nothing that will give grea- ter interest in am- usemout and plea- sure for the long winter evenings. New AaWrtt 4 Mil. Reads E-iiiM Mufcitts. Prkes: U Howard Case Tie Spwtiq Ms Store PHONOGRAPH TO GET DEGREE Toronto, Nov. College is to confer the degree oi D. U. upon Rev. F. B. Duval, mock'ra- of the Presbyterian assembly, Professor Fleming, of Manitoba Col- lege anil oM'.c-rs. Let the children have a good childhood does not last long. Age is incapable of the fine enthusiasm of vouth. Automobile and Gasoline Engine Works Brass and Iron Castings General Smithing Satisfaction Guaranteed CONFECTIONERY "BUDD" REED Successor to G. W. H. Keed Phone 211 Ohio bar. In. tuc'Vame year he be- came law reporter of the Cincinnati! Times and of the Cincinnatii Commercial. He was assistant "pros- ecuting attorney of Hamilton county, Ohio, from 1881'to 1882 and in 1883 was collector of international revenue for the first district of Ohio. For the next four years he practiced law in Cincinnati! ant! from 1885 to 1887 he was assistant county solici tor of Hamilton .county. In 1887 hi was created a judge of the superio court of Ohio, and it the next three years that he began to becom prominent in the political and natioi ill life of the United States. Tn 1890 he became solicitor genera In education GURNEY OXFORD means range perfection. FR years the name "GURNEY- OXFORD" has stood for the of the L'nitefl States. And this same al spheres hc also liegan to assum woman, so exact in her domgs, jrcts K important roles, and from 1896 t more time to rest and read and in- struct her children in the paths of right and the social duties they owe I to nil. Ladies, hope you are of this class receiving the blessings of your husband, and the praise of all who know you. ANOTHER LINE OF TRACK (Macleod Advance.) A rumor is current that a new line f tack paralleling the Crow's Nest ine will be built from the C. and E. unction to Mucleod, a distance of bout two mile.s. This move, if car- iod out, will facilitate the 'dispatch if business over both lines, it being 10 uncommon occurrence for trains o be held up at the junction for a onstderable time awaiting the out- going of a train from the station to the west. We understand a double rack has already been laid beyond he present stock yards and it looks as if there, is a grain of truth in the report concerning the double tracking to the junction. Fresh Oysters At tht- I Alberta Restaurant Shb3t Orders at all Hours Oliver Block Phone 228 J. RICHARDS Works near Steam Laundry I Adjoining N.W.J. Com Co. Stablts P.O. Box 432 Get our Our nature demands home. It is the first essential element of oar social being. This cannot be com- plete without the home relations; there would be no proper equilibrium of life and character without the home The heart when be- reaved and disappointed naturally turns for refuge to home life ana -sympathy. No spot is so attractive to the weary one: it is the heart's mortal oasis. There is a mother's j watchful love and a father's sustain- ing influence; the.rc is a husband's protection and a wife's tender syrn- j pathy; there is the circle of loving brothers and sisters, happy in rach others' love. Oh, what Is life with- 1900, he was dean nnd professor the law department of the univcrsit j of Lie is best known tfl" the people the Unitc-d States since 1900. This year ended his term as United States circuit judge and his activities were then transferred from his own coun- highest development in cooking ranges. No matter what conditions the range must meet, no matter what price you wish to pay, you will get more range efficiency for your money La ths "Gurney-Oxford" lines than in any other that's built. Afl our years of experience and our store of range knowledge is put into this, one of our latest Golden Nugget Steel Range j wnm, is mo wun- lnmls of ovdors in thc it built of dead fiat, patent levelled steel and lined with these! A desolation, a painful, jppjnos the kind that itands all kinds of heat and never warps or cracks. j gloomy pilgrimage -through desert For tht. lwo vcars hc hns It's supplied with the Gtimey- j h.caths and a rapidly advancing fiffurc -in Ameri- Oxford reversible grate, too. The j jean political lii> and as the personal There Is iwauty which perishes not. [selection of President Roosevelt and! try to the new American possessions in Asia, namely, the FhilHjjiue Is- lands. To him is due the establish- ment of the first civil government in flic Philippines. His jurisdiction there showed him to be a keen administra-1 tor and a more than ordinary gover- nor and the experience hc gained there has been shown to have been of invaluable benefit to him since 1901. In 1903 he received a still more ini j pqrtant appointment that of secreta- ry oi war, which office he took over February 1. 1901. Tic was sent by President "Roosevelt to Home in 1902 to confer with Pope Leo XJTT cbn- Everything good to eat at CHOW SAM'S CAFE Only high-class materials used Chow Sam Co. McKelvie McOruire's Old Stand SHORT ORDERS AT ALL HOURS ever THE BOSTON LtVNCH For a tastj- meal served on the shortest notice. PRICES on Corrugated iron Gralvanized 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 s Put Up For Outing Parties The Boston lunch t NEXT TO ARLINGTON HOTEL t PiABONESS ROAD Accounts must be CONNIIV Office and Factory dr. mu mi NMNS mm Telephone 158 FW195 t Place Your Orders for DRAYING A. L. Roy ale Liquor Merchant PW50 P.O. bx 87 LUMP SALT for CATTLE Any quantity. Prices right. Highest prices paid for HIDES AND FURS A. CARRUTHERS CO. LTD. FORD STREET, NEAR THE MILLS P. O. Box 608 Phone 260 .WITH.... JUS. HUME o Satisfaction Guaranteed t PHONE 289 o o o grate with the interlocking teeth that cut off the dead ashes, when operated, and makes the fire re- spond quickly. No good coal drops through it either, every particle is It is such n.s the angels wear. It forms the white robes of the saints. It wreathes the countenance of every doer of good. It adorns the distinct favorite of the people he has carried tlio Amrrican republic by a sweeping majority. GURNEY-OXFORD Chancellor Range built of patent-levelled, dead- flat last a lifetime. Fitted Tctth the Duplex revers- ible grate, which can be removed without disturbing the linings. The Gurney-Oxford Chancellor range saves food, fuel and worry, takes all the bother out of cooking. f 40-Hlgh Closet 18.50 burnt. That is one of this range's j every honest face, Jt shines in the fuel-saving features. virtuous life. It moulds the hands This grate can be removed and a iof charit-v- sweetens the voice of i grate substituted j sympathy, it sparkles or. the brow of j without moving a bolt or a screw, j W.isd0m- u fiashcs the eye of I m, It breathes in the spirit of' Then, notice the extra large oven niptv- it ;c i j-1 Ti- j i j P'et.v. it is the beauty of the neaven for baking day. And t u r, f .f of heavens. It is that which may the drop door forms a solid shelf "M t' grow by tne hand of culture in every human soul. It is the flower of tho The fire linings can be removed j spirit which blossoms the tree of life. without disturbing the means economical repairs. Harvesters, riding plows and culti- The Gurney-Oxford Golden Nug-'Talors may found on even- farm, get Range is a low-price range washboard is about the same with Vnph-prirri efficiency. i that our We would like to explain it to you A machine costs in detail. .jfrom seven to ten dollars but awash We know that once you have seen i hoan! cn" bo for it you won't be satisfied until you lconts> This kinrf of Rives a have this labor-saving, fuel-saving niany a chancc lo Iook THE: Molsons Bank Established 1855 HEAD OFFICE MONTREAL in your kitchen. PRICE. The Cumey Standard Metal Co., Limited j a second wife. Unkind words do as much harm as unkind deeds. a heart has wounded beyond cure, many a reputation boor, stabbed to death, by a few little words. Kesme Find 67 Branches in Canada Agents and correspondents :_ _n ___ :_ i towns in the United States. SAYINGS BANK DEPARTMENT starts an account. Interest allowed and credited 4 times a year at highest current rate. A ganeral banting business transacted K. D. Jib HI, The Alberta Railway and Irrigation Company Is now offering for sale the LOTS ON THE MARKET lots North of the lUnal let of fetniisttr H. FROM EACH Also, a few Acre Lots East of Westminster each I One-lhiid cashf one-third 6 balance 12 months. Interest 6 per cent, per annum REAL BARGAINS Block A, Hig- t iibotham Addition, corner Dryden and Torrance, fcr ....4 S4M Acre 7, Block 8, cor. of and Bail- ey St. X -mile from North Ward t75B S-Aere 3, Block A, with good 5 roomed house between Sdiith and Round Sts, only half mile from I4SOI 4 Acre Left on Westmin- ater X 'rota Central Capable of subMiiTision into 10 full sized lots or-East half of Acre Lot 4, Block 7, cor. of Me- ot- j 7f uctti auvt jjancj ata., ivr cash 4[ 6 Lots in Block 15 Duff Jc Addition, mile fioin postoffice. This Block fac- os on Crabb St., each tht abovt tasy T. C. PATTESON Room 7-Olivw ;