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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 16, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta TWO THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1909. Daily Herald Established December, 1907 Published by the Lethbridge Herald Printing Co., Ltd., every lawful evening at --Sice, Round St., lefiibridge, ..Alberta, Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN Managing Director and Editor Subscription Rates Daily, one year, delivered Daily, six months, delivered 2.00 Daily, three months, delivered LOO Daily, one month, delivered.....35 Daily, one year, by mail ......3.00 six months, by mail 1-75 Daily, three months, by mail .85 elusion that public ownership of rail- ways is a mistaken policy. The faults of the Intercolonial Railway are not the faults of government ownership, they are the faults of the abuse of government ownership. If the people choose to allow this great property to be exploited for the benefit of poli- ticians, that is their own affair. Sooner or later the people will come to a proper realization of the value of the national railway and with that realization will come a higher sense of responsibility in electing men to administer it." know the- history of the I early days of the C.P.R. can easilv prove -that for 'the trains to be on time was the exception, rather than the rule. In illustration of this, a story is told of a number of commercial travellers at Moose Jaw. who had- become so 'accustomed to when the hello girls are not working at central. Likewise they will lose one of the most regular causes of bad temper. Aid. Adams has issued his platform as prospective mayor. If anyone else has one which he thinks is better and thinks he can handle the job, now is the time to show his platform and declare himself. Whether she is innocent or guilty, the world is pleased to see Madame Steinheil eo free. The world's svm- pathy is ever with a woman or, trial with men as her prosecutors and judges. CANADA TOOK SECOND PLACE Ottawa, Nov. the de- cade from 1898 to 1908 Canada led the -world with the exception of Ar- late at this particular point, gentina in comparative increase in ed. but both new and old addresses occasiori( SQ ifc is trade Dudng the t f f to be euqally divided among the to d-o with your share." Best was ask- ed. "Buy bull dogs and was his reply. jade against the I.C.R. in particular! McCrea. Bros I Drug Book Co j 'olIowinR suggestion is thrown Fernie, B. C.-N. E. Suddaby. i the Montreal Hcraid and Cranbrook, B. Atchison. L, Eeinecke. Qrassy Tugham. F. Werts. I and public ownership in .general. The out copied by the Edmonton Bulletin, in which it "comes back" with a story of the trip, more or less accurate, told in I telegraims along the way. The Bulle- iess severely here than els'e- Alberta Hotel News Stand. Also on all C. P. R. trains. tin, oi course, does not vouch for the j accuracv of the messages, and neith- wnere. GAVE DISTRESS SIGN For Secret Society Man Sentenced Contempt of Court Philadelphia, Nov. gave "the distress signal" of a secret society in court here yesterday. he I er does the Herald, but the following, Moskovit2i plaintiff litigal THE CONCILIATION ACT not lion involving a small amount of con- though full, of imagination, is XT !lacianK in suSeestion- monev to prison for Notwithstanding the severe stric-j "Dorchester, Nov. (sPeCial) lera t o! court tures to which the Lemieux Act hasj Lord Northciifle's train arrived at! irt t T_ j_ _3 iiC 'CICucL. Lctl "1 v tU uilc been subjected oy the friends of the; 8.15 a.m., one hoar and twenty min- !Jurore askcd for an Labor movement, it does not appear-lutes ahead of time, Lord Uon Kin He informed to have been the dismal failure many interviewed said he was mistaken j ees ui a suburb. "When, the train j "What were you goin reached the suburb Best was found unconscious in. the retiring room dos- ed with chlofororai. He said he had been drugged and ro'bbed by a j stranger. Best today confessed to the police that lie had permitted himself to be drugged by a friend. This friend took the and return- ed, to -this city and gave it to ah-" other friend, Allen Advena, 18 years old, who has it in his home. The police found Advena and the money and both he and Best were arrested. BEDFORT DISCHARGED London, Nov. Edward William Bedforfc. the Canadian who was ar- rested1 here last month upon his own confession that he had murdered Eth- el Kinrade, of Hamilton, Ont.. in last, was discharged when arraigned in the Bow Street police court to-day. The man who administered the chlor-j The police investigation failed to' substantiate his confession, -which the oform has not yet been found. According to BeBst the nioney was prisoner finally admitted -to be false. people have been led to believe. Ac-' about the speed on the Government cording to the general report of the railway, but thinks as a newspaper Department of Labor recentlr pub-1 man should have him a free lished by the Dominion Government. I pass for himself and Pullman, as did during the two years in which the; the C.P.R. and G.T.R., instead of Lemieux. Act has been in force, up to charging him the full for March 31st last, 55 disputes had been: bringing his car along." referred for settlement under its! terms. Of these 53 were disposed of I THAT VOTERS' LIST TRICK without strikes or lockouts following, i "What are the electors of British Co- The exceptions were the dispute in j lumbia going to do about resenting 1907 at Springhill. and the dispute! Premier McBride's voters' lists trick- between the C.P.R. and its machin- erv and his outrage of justice in that was.uscd a secret order, of which he was a j member when assistance was needed. g> The case was a simple one, and after p the jury had returned a verdict in j favor, he was taken into custody by order of the judge. In committing him for contempt. Judge Kinscy gave Moskovitz a lee-1 ture, and said the secret order should j make an example of him. A XMAS A Warm Place for Your Autos We have just installed an up-to-date steam-heating plant in our garage. If you wish your auto kept here this winter you'd better hurry. The Standard Garage Co. Phono 343. Wood tt Are You Satisfied with your milk supply? If not, phone 347 for Fresh Milk, Cream and Butter COX SON Box 80 HORSES HORSES If you want horses call at T. F. Rodger's sale etable. If I haven't what you want I can get them. .._______. TF; J. F. Rodgers ci_l_ di-.U1__ Sale Stables Wood Street, Lethbridge ists and car men in 190S. i regard. Nomination day came, and DRUMMERS' OFFICERS Toronto. Ont., Nov. The Com- so far'as the Herald "is aware the }merdal Travellers' Convention made _! the following nominations and elec- Pres. John Gib- son; 1st Vice President, Robert G-em- LORD AND THE lists wcre in Con tions Qn c R stituencies. In Vancouver there uons on nearly twenty thousand voters the type-written lists, but on mel; 2nd Vice President, S. M. Ster- before nomination the printers (by Treasurer. B only as far as the ten thous-. Field and John H. Kcnney, with and mark. Such political i one to be elected. All the above There can be no question about Lord Northclifre's success as a news- paper any more than that there! is little doubt as to his natural in-i telligence and faculty of observation. are of Toronto. These it all the more diffi- jus and brazenj Montreal, Nov. 14.-J. D. Matthew cult to believe _ that his published J pubUc hag never bcforft I son. was last night re-elected statements are in accord with his witncsacd in Canada. Until the of the Dominion Commercial lists published '.not a candidate: Travellers' Association; J. Bevans Recently he has been making a tour j can be his nomination is 1ft-! Gilles Vice Prwident, and Max Mur- of the Dominion and by a perusal of! The canvassers do not know who dock, treasurer, the other officers al- his interviews and speeches it is arc voters and who arc not. The so being re-elected. The annual meet j painfully obvious by his cheap W0rkers are completely in the dark. has fixed for The I <2 sneers at all that makes for pro- it would not be, so bad if both par- j Association is in a nourishing condi- from the standpoint of English ties were treated alike. But the Jack! tion The membership is now 6.500. or Canadian Liberalism, he is the j of protcst on the part of the Me-" an increase of 425 over last year, self-appointed, head figure of the i Bride supporters goes to prove that Winnip- Nov. 15.-M. Miller, pre- party of reaction. I they have the lists, that when the j sMent and 0. A. Merritt, director. In proof of this we only need to re- i list for the printer was type-written by acclamation, on the fcr to his recent criticism of the In-! that duplicate-copies, were'taken; and j Board of the Commercial tercolonial Railway, in which he'it is not hard to presume with a Travellers at convention at Toronto, states Intercolonial. Rail- j good degree of accuracy that the Me-1 Vancouver, Nov. l-i.-Fred Bus- way seems to me like a chain round Bride workers have these lists. combe and Robert Stewart, directors the neck.-of this fair part of the Em- The electors of British Columbia were elected bv acclamation. pire. It is a warning to anyone like -who prize their freedom, and who myself, who sometimes indulges in j have a sense of fair-play must resent! ANOTHER FOOL GONE the dream of state ownership of Bri-jthis trick that has never been Montreal. Nov. Foreier tish railroads. With its army of ot-j led in the political history of Canada- Belffian. 42 years old, committed sui- ficials, its late trains, its antique In-j The resentment of this action; alone j cide on the door of his fiancee's resi- comotivcs, it reminds me of the rail-j should be sufficient to sweep the! dence, because she was unwilling to roads of Spain, which are a good trickster and his party from office. j marry him until next deal quicker than those of the Inter-? colonial. I have had five years' ex-j OUR POINT OF VIEW pcricncc of the Intercolonial now.; of the Fellows" is right. This and have not yet arrived promptly at j city docs need a Y.M.C.A. in the very worst way. The fact is brought home every day. any point at which I have aimed. I see that some of your papers call it 'the people's road.' They must be a strange sort of people, if they are j Did the five gvpsies tell of their satisfied with it." for fortune.telling when they This is so essentially and transpar- passed the time telling one another's ently prejudiced, that even the Winni- fortunes peg Telegram takes the British news- j paper Monarch sharply to task. In If the old Presbyterians of our fore- recent issue it good deal of fathers' time could only hear the new pipe organ in Knox church, what would thev think? BUY BULL DOGS AND DIAMONDS what Lord Northcliffe says about the Intercolonial railway is true but some of his statements are too sweeping. Late trains in Canada are by no means confined to the govern- ment roadf Most of the ?d systems have their share of them as Lord Northcliffe will find if he pursues his travels far enough. "The passenger service of the Inter- colonial Railway, in recent years at all events, has not been notable for its delays or discomforts. It includes some through trains that are quite the equal of those operated by the big American systems not only in equip- ment but in speed. Lord North- cliffe's suggestion that an unnecessar- ily number nf ai-A wrnplnyftd on the Intercolonial is probably jus- tified. That is one of the principal reasons for the poor financial show- ing of the road. Politics has loaded the government "system with a num- ber of burdens and the 'armv of of- ficials' to which Lord Northclifle re- fcrs is by no means least of them. "Lord Northciifle's observations do provide a safe basis for his con- People will have to find some other means of blowing off their tempers Intention of Young Man Who Con- sentend to Be Drugged and Robbed Nov. sensa- tional story of a daring hold-up on a Pensylvania suburban train late yesterdy afternoon was exploded to- day when the police after an all night cross examination forced a from the "victim" that he had laid the plans for the rob- bery. The "victim" was Charles Best, IS years old. paymaster for a local contractor. Late vesteoxlav afternoon he was Cliaps (ured by Carnation Cream All are troubled with chapped face and hands will find a sure and speedy relief in our Carnation Cream. This Cream is specially prepared and admirably adapted for use in this dry climate. Ladies will find it wonderfully effective in keeping the hands and face, soft, smooth and white. Gentlemen will find it exceedingly pleasant to use after TWENTY FIVE CENTS A BOTTTE The Red Cross Drug Book Co. THE SAFE, SATISFACTORY DRUG f STORE Day and Night Phone 5 Acadia Block Night Bell i Eedpath Street Ditpenwr. Picture Franw. If you buy yourself a Xmas gift youll be sure of one How you like to present your- o self with something that some day, in the not far distant future, will make you independent. We have something FOR YOU that will do this. A ten-acre tract of our Fruit Land does not require a big investment to-day and it will make a fine home and a snug income for you. Let's talk it over anyway. Arrow Lake Orchards M. FREEMAN, General Agent, Lethbridge COAL Best Lump on the market, per ton Nut coal, delivered. Address postcard to New Barnes Mine, Royal View. F. WADDINGTON Phone 281 City Agent. Coal, Ice and PRAYING Western Transfer Co. LONG BEOS.Proprietors PROFESSIONAL CAR MEDICAL DR. W. S. Surgeon, Aceoucher. 9 a.m.; 2-3; 7-8 p.m. Office 914 path St. Phone 53. DOCTORS MEWBURN AND Redpath Street, 2-3; 7-8. 'ifl! DR. A. McNALLY-Office Block. Residence; cor. Bompas Crabb. Phone: Office 277; 72. DR. J. E. lr Surgeon, Aceoucher. Block. Hours: Till 9 a.m., 11 3 to 5, 7 to 8. Phone: Day, night, 342. D. A. TAYLOR, M.D., C.M., 1st, Eye, Ear, Nose and. Stafford Block, .Lethbridge, Office hours: 9.30-12 a.m., 2-5 DR. GARNET T. IVES, Grad-uate Royal College of Surgeons, Toronto. Stafford A Block, Rooms 6 and 8. Hours 1-5. Phone 463. MISS G. A. nurfjl! has opened a private hospital Wall-work street; near the EllisoiP Mills. Obstetrical cases, per day. Treatment per day. Young children, per day. Patients are expected pay one week in advance, and 'tijjjji pay for their own medicine spirits. Phone 269. MUSIC ERNEST F. and theory. Will receive pupils on hid return from the Lyceum CohoeH.. Co.'s fall tour about the 1st week itf! November., Private and class lea sons. For terms and partict apply E. U. Rylands. LEGAL JOHNSTON E ters end solicitors. Office, ing Union Bank, Lethbridge. L.MlpfJ Johnstone; J. Norman' Ritchie. CONYBEARE, CHURCH McAR-? Solicitors, rary Publics and Commissionsersj Conybeare Block, Lethbridge, Altai SIMMONS .ors to "W. C. Simmons. Barristersj Solicitors and .Notaries. Money loan. W. C. Simmons; S. J. Shep-i herd. H. A. d. Solicitor, Notary. Room 14. Stafford? Block. H. H. So-f licitor, Etc. Office, Acadia Lethbridge, Alta. JOHN J. and! Solicitor. Office, Rooms 2 and 3, Ott Block. JJ. F. HAMILTON, j Land Surveyor, Irrigation and Hy- draulic Engineer. Room 5, Whit-. ney Block. Phone, 205. Office opposite Balmoral o N E: es ARCHITECTS AND CONTRACTORS Imperial Bank of Canada HEAD Capital Authorized Capital Paid Up.............. Reserve Fund........................................... D. R. President. Hon. Robert J affray, Vice-President. Accounts of Corporations, Municipalities. Merchants, Farmers and Private Individuals invited. SAVINGS attention "is' given to Savings Bank Deposits of tl.OO and upwards received and inter- eet allowed from date of deposit. LETHBRIDGE R. SEATLE, Manager. Begin Block. Bound St., beside Bentley's Store. LODGE PRIDE OF ALBERTA, No. 2S3, Sons of England Benefit Society Meets in the Oddfedllows" Hill every first and third Wednesday the month at 8 p.m. For full particulars apply W. J. Wade, Fred .T. Robins W. President. 8ec.. Box 67. I! EASTERN TOWNSHIPS BANK INCORPORATED 1851. CAPITAL" AND RESERVE A general Banking business transacted Accounts of Mer- chants and Farmers invited; Savings Bank Department in connection, deposits of and upwards received and in- terest allowed at highest current rates. Lethbridge Branch ROUND STREET Old Safe Store J; A. R. ROME, Manager. i 1854 Merchants Bank of Canada ,TTT7 TUVYVrfTiOf A T. J3 j: JTAVr.0 Paid-up Reserve and Undivided Profits_____....... Accounts of Merchants, Farmers and Ranchers Solicited Drafts Money Orders Lettert of Ctrtrlit Bank Department Branch- CoaMale Block, St. LETHBRIOGE CALEDONIAN SOCIETY Caledonian Hall. Qlyn St. Club room open evening 7.30 io 10.30, Sunday exoepted. All Scotemen welcome. A. L. JOHNSTON, Secy., J. H. KELLIE, Box 390 Meets 1st and 3rd M on d ays in K of P Hall at 8 o'clock. Vigiting orethren are cordially invited. W.P. QUt NEIDIQ, WJ. A.F. A.M., Q1R.A. Lethteidfe Lodffe Beftilar meetiot night, the third Thursday of each month in the Mftiomc Hall, P. 0. Block. at 8 p.m. Visiting brethren will ceive a hearty welcome. A. C. r. W.M. G. V. Btorkef. 9eo P. O. Box 617. Architect, Whit ney Block. Late of Williams Bros., Architects, Detroit. F. B, Architect. Eoom 8 Whitney Block. JAS. A. Architect, Macdonald Block, Eedpath street, Lethbridse, Aita. W. M. Calgary and Lethbridge. Specialist in Fireproof ing. sanitation, heating and ventil- 1 -ation. Ernest E. Carver, M.B.A.A. iM.E.A., A.A.I.C... Etc., Manager Lethbridge office, Bryan Block. WILLIAM and Con- tractor, is prepared to give estimates free of cost on all kinds of work in the building trade; including- re- pairs, alterations, etc. Box 519, Lethbridge, Alta. HERBERT for foundations, concrete walks, ments and all kinds of concrete work. Terms reasonable. Estimates cheerfully given. Apply Letihbridge. Alta. WM. J. St.. Duff Addition. Contractor and builder. Estimates freely It will pay you to call before buildinf. V._ R, painting, car- riage painting, paper hanging-, wall decorating, etc. 25 Argyle Phone 124. Box 300. 278-0 UNDERTAKING ADDISON Under- takers and Embalmers. The oldest established business in the city. Phone 102. Office.and residence, 321 Crabb street. Parlors open day and night. S. FUNERAL DI- RECTOR AND EMBALMER-Car- riages and equipment new and, up- to-date. Parlors, opposite fire hall. Open day and night. Phone 369, P. 0. Box 423. W. D. accountant. Audits, liquidations, general account ing, and advice thereon. Acadia Block, Lethbridge, Alta. Canada Western Chartered Corporation Modern Woodmen of America Lethbridn Camp Mo. in the Oddtellewi Hall second and fourth Wednesday of month. Viaiting neifhbori will il- wayi receive a hearty oUtor. 0. L. Orifltb; lTT Owk. H Capital Financial Ag Broken. Fiscal AgenU for Royi! Collieries Lt All Standard HEAD OFFICI-V.CTORIA, ;