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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 18, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta UTHMlMft. II, of "CAN I GET If YowTMttMe hi The serious objection the citi- have to the recejat sal- is the ad- made have been extreme- ly Urge. Iix three cases the. total iu- juuonnts to a. year.- It true the work in all departments ciyic government has increased greatly but we- cannot see that the .extra work warrants the Jarge advan oec made. It would have boen better to have increased the officials' salar- ies by a .couple oi hundred dollars in- of by seven hundred dollars at Vtune.. It might have been well also to ascertain the salaries paid to 01- fteUls in cities of the size of Leth- bridge. We are told, though we have not official information on the point. the salaries here are consider-' eor-i to Liceuw Xaitpcctor for uot 'rt4 of The In- spector to be criticized if he kuows that barn exist, not get rid of them. But, if ho 'didn't know of thetu, it was Mr. Ker by's duty, if of theui, to the inspector, before starting to criticize the official. Tem- per once people are anxious from public platform to have the law en- forced but they are helping in its enforcement by giving assistance to the officials. The Globe publishes a rumor that Hon. W. J. Ilamia may go to Ot tuwa. There is no abler mau m Ca I tive vi Uking thwu out nuda than Hon. W. J. -el Wls. _ n Tf ,r Tjr I Mr N.S., erboro Review, If Mr. Haiuia .js tho j f-el ?fc duty to let yutt ablest muii in Cajiada why isn't lw j tlw cum I oUUiaid niado lender of the CouserYaihu par-, Doan's KiduejrPills. For MX ty? ____f i uiJiichi I eould nob obUin a spod had to get up four or to u ia the WM vwrXthick va i. I commenced usiaj Kidnty 4i' j and in very.short tiina I WM' righk NEW Ao4 if you )a'-; low your coortga. It UttU otimtitatiocM lonfcr Hut Doit's Kidxuy Piila will gr dfiiin' oat of y.iur the piia ia back will so.; the ajjuuout ia the ur.ua will oeaaaj ihcW will irueutailtlopiuu; you 11 ifhMf tnd nwi 11 o Ir-fttof you bo well. t There it no of vgcttbg the kidney oui.ol th and no so Hon, ilr. Teniplcnuiu is uncertain about his political future. In a let-- tcr to the electors.of Victoria, B. C., ably in excess of other some of those places being considerably larger. .7 The Herald is not playing, any fa- vorites in this salary business but it has always thought it strange that a man like Harry Fieetwood, so long in the city's service and whose work has doubled in the last year, should have had his application for an in- crease turned down while other offi- cials who but a year or so ago were willing to take their positions at certain salary are given big increases The council would have acted wise- ly if a scale of sala ries, a maximum to be readied in certain. number of years. As it L. now the salaries have been put up t the highest notch in one slap. he says. "Whore uiy work..will-lie' in the future, whether in the Commons, or the Cabinet, or elsewhere, is soitie- tbing'uixjn which I cannot ait present speak." A rumor has been floating arourid that the Alberta Provincial elections would be held next month. Premier Euiherford says there is no truth in] the gossip ami indicates that the el- ections are quite a long way sjfT needs a garbage system I and Cook's offer uiade to the coun cii ought to be accepted. Tn the inter- ests of heulth and decency such a sys- cm is requirtHl in this growing city! aal fit I thankful to found so speedy Price oO cents per box, 3 boxee for at all or direct by Ttw T, MUburn GJ LimiteuV Toronto, California Raisins Ih tatty Ca. 1U. Ictiii OET IT of thf American Federation of Labor Denver, Colo., Nov. Today's session of the annual convention of tin.1 American Fedei'uiiou of Labyr was devott'U to the consideration of com- plete reports- of the resolutions com- initteo and ri'ports of a number of other committee's that not yet been heard from. The report of the committee on President Gompers has made the special order of for tomorrow morning. The electior of oflicers may bj reached Friday af ternoon, and the iustallation Satur .day morning .after which the conven tiou will adjourn. Toronto seems to have the lead over the other contending for the honor of the nex convention though St Louis is m.ak ing a hard fight. VWlBPf OMMWPIWIW W m. T A v% V SNAP In ordering specify -By all means let us have a census, so we can know exactly.our present )opulation. The figures, we believe. would show remarkable growth. i Jealous Moose Jaw (Moose Jaw. Times.) One oi the American press excur- sionists recording his impression oi Rtgina says: ''The city has a popu- lation We spent half a day pk'Msantly there." Well we've heard of men seeing double after a "pleas- ant but this fellow must have ad Hisses SUcsAt F. German The Shoe man Between Sage's and Roy's ha 1 a frightful skate on. of HOT-BLOODED SOUTHERNERS The Southern States seem to be the home oi hot blooded people. shoot a man. down there with very little reason. Ex-U. S. Senator Car- mack wrote the following in his pa- per the Nashville Tennesseean: WANT THE RAILROAD (Calgary News.) Secretary Webster of the board trade is in receipt oi a letter from Young Brothers, who own J.400 acres on the famous Gladys ridge, volun- teering the information that they bad 200 acres of the ridge already under cultivation, and if the proposed line between .Calgary and Lethbridge ii constructed they.-will break and cul- tivate 200 acres more immediately. They also had. 800 acres that would be rendered much more productive by the building of the line. Col. Sam's Love for Minto (Toronto Telegram.) On receipt of news that Earl Minto is to go hunting, the first impulse of Col. Sam Hughes, M.P., will be to disguise himself as a tiger in the hope oi being shot at his Lordship or. Major Maude. "To Major Duncan Brown Cooper nc'w who wrought the great coaHtioiT; who- achieved the harmonious con- fluence of incompatible elements; The Special Thanksgiving Number of the "Gandian recently received, shows in addition to its wealth of beautiful harvest pictures and other fine photogravures, severa: hew. .and interesting features which continued with other attrac- tions in the enlarged arid improvec Christmas Number, in course of pre Glen Campbell, M. P. (Christum Guardian.) It is interesting to note that there but one native-born westerner in f whole twenty-six new M. P-'s, Glen Campbell, who had the dis- tinction of beating Theodore Burrows in Dauphin. Glen is a real western- er, too, and looks the part. His fath- er was a Hudson's Bay factor, and Glen was born at old Fort Pelly. He was sent to Scotland to be educated, returning in time to take part in the rebellion of 1885. Since then he has been continually farming ranching in Northern Manitoba, stands six feet two, straight as an arrmv, lank, lithe, and muscles like nuencc oi u One of these is a complete steel.' With his bronzed face topped who xnelded the pewter handle toj P r cnnnn' ivho CTalteU I.ne the wooden spoon; who grafted dead bough to the living tree and made it to bloom, and burgeon and bend with golden fruit; who made playmates with the lion and the leopard and boon companions of the spider and the uy; who made soda and vinegar to dwell placidly] in the same bottle, and who taught! oil and water how they might agrw Major Duncan Brown Cooper, the great diplomat of the political zweibimd, be all honor and glory v forever." and the same day he was a corpse having been shot by Major Cooper's son. Now if some of our spicy Western Canada papers hart been published in Tennessee the grave yards down south would be full of editors by this time. Favourite word acd music! complete, which will appear in each issue. Remarkable as been the popularity oi this splendid publica- tion, the public are assured that the best is yet to come. Every issue of this monthly 'Art portfolio" would form n capital souvenir to send to friends abroad. None better. (lOc a copy, a year; The Pictorial Publishing Co.. 142 St. Montreal.) St., he looks Kir all the world the typical western plainsman. He will be a picturesque figure at Ottawa. OUR POINT OF VIEW RELEASED FROM PRISON London, Ont., Nov. J. Judge n Dominion secret service officer, who sentenced yesterday to one. year at hard labor in Toronto prison be- cause of failure to pay fines of and for having sold liquor to an Indian, has been released by order oi i Justice Department, KID FORD DOWN AND OUT Catcher Ford, drafted by the Ath letics in 1907, but did uot report, wcptillrd from organized baseball fo pbiying with Brandon of "the North League, under an alias, while h belonged to the Philadelphia club The Brandon club will.be fined fur harboring him. Ford was we known having played in 190 with the Calga.ry club. In the regular backstop oi montou club. 1907 h ihc EC HUB CAFE Puree of Split Peas Fried Spring Cbicken Celery Sweet Corn Cream Potatoes Peach. Crouton NO WONDER HE DECLINED London, Nov. Right sine Gordon Lang, Bishop of Step icy, who a few days ago declined t cept the Bishopric of-Montreal, ha ieen appointed Archbishop of York le was fcDrn in 18G9, honorar huplain to.Queen Victoria and has jeen Bishop of Stepney since 1901. Te is closely identified with Oxford University. 2 lots on Kiveu Street, North Ward, for PROFESSIONAL CA i SB each. Cash DR. W. S. QALBRAITH Accoucher Oittce 914 Redpath St. Phone M HOUBS -Before 9. p.iu. OR. 6. 4. COURT ICC Dentltt Graduate of Ncrthweatern sjty, Chicafo, 111. We have just received a car- load of Fir Doors and direct from tlie Coast have the largest finest stock of plain fancy fir doors in Southern Alberta. and and and WHAT TEMPERANCE PEOPLE WILL DEMAND i he South Alberta lumber Co. Ltd. I Corner ster Ford Phone 225 i.O.Boi654 J.F.Bodgers Jos. A. Youugr FOR SALE HORSES Heavy and Light Sale Stables Wood St. Office 3 to 13; 1 to 4, and 2, Macdonald Bleck ORTj.B.ELUS V DENTIST Graduate of Western Reserve Univer sity, Cleveland Ohio. OFFICE-WHITNEY BLOCX Phone 307 Hours: 9-12; 1-6 and MADAM NORVAN (Orchettrtl _ Teacher of pianoforte, argan voice production. Visits or receives pupils, prepara- tory or advanced. Coaching for Howard HOUM, h Street. SIR HENRI JOLY IS DEAD Quebec, Nov. Henri Joly DC- Lothbiuuiere, formerly Lieutenant Governor of British Columbia, died ft his residence here this morning. MR. ERNEST F. LAYTON, Violinist, Pupil of Geo. Wilbey, London, Eng., and of Frank E. Blachford, Toronto, is open for a limited number of Pupils. Also for Concerts, At Banquets, etc. Terms on application. Phone 212. MR.'ALBERT ELY Pupil of Dr. Briggs; M. A. Song REAL ESTATE BARGASNS The Webber Sisters in college songs and character impersonations at the Lyceum. Lethbridge is not a village but a growing city ajid it should hava in its city council big men who under- stand the requirements of a. big, pro-! gressive community. i Sir William ilulock one of the leaders in the movement for Penny postage and Hon. Rudolphc Lcmieux tho present brilliant Postmaster Gen- j oral, is at the forefront in the tion for a penny a word cable. Lau-1 rier proved his good judgement when i he took into his cabinet men mieux and ilulock. All through thej Empire their names are knovm as ad-i vocates of the greatest needs of the: communication by mail and cable. If vro a word cables it will be cheaper to communicate with; Britain than with Medicine Hat. A 22 year old Toronto hank clerk must spend four years m penitentiary because he misused the iunds of the bank. His downfall commenced when he started betting on horse races. There is a warning to other young men in this case. LEGISLATION TffEY INTEND TO SEEK AT EDMONTON Calgary, Nov. a rally-here the other evening Rev. Mr. Webber, secretary of the Temperance and Mo- ral Heform ;League, outlined what the league intended to demand in the na- ture of legislation at the next ses- sion of the Alberta Legislature: 1. A local option law whkhrr gives the right to any municipality to out- law the traffic in intoxicating liquors on the majority vote of the resident electors who vote on such questions, and the abrogation of the de- posit in connection therewith. '2. The total elimination of intoxi- cants from all clubs, and the forfeit-: urc of charter upon first conviction for violation oi the law in this re- gard. 3. The closing of the bars and li- quor .shops on Christinas Day, Good Friday, and Thanksgiving Day. 4. "Dwelling House'1 to mean nn actual separate inhabited 'dwelling with a separate door for ingress and egress, and for at least three months previous to an application for a license under the Ordinance. Amendment of the Liquor Lic- Ordinance making it compulsory! for minors, and any person who may be found intoxicated during, prohibit- 1 cd hours, to give evidence as to where fiquor was obtninod, as in the case of I interdicts. G. That License Inspectors be rc- quired to take affidavit in respect to every application for license under the (Ordinance, stating whether all legal! requirements ;srft or not. j Coal, Ice and PRAYING Western Transfer Co. LONG BROS.Proprietors" Office opposite Balmoral PH ONE S3 Lots, Block A, Hig- iibotham Addition, corner Dryden and Torrance, for Acre Lot 7, Block .8, cor. of McBetL and Bail- ey St. X mile from North Ward School Acre Lot 3, Block A, with good 5 roomed house between Smith and Round Sts, only half mile from postofSce Acre Lot on Westmin- ster X mile from Central Capable of sub-division into 10 full sized lots 5 East half of Acre. -Lot 4, Block 7, r.or. of Me- beth and Bailey Sts., for cash tf-o Lota in Block 15 Duff .Addition, mile from "postoffice. This Block fac- es on Grabb St., each the above on easy Singing-and Voice Culture? Pupil of Chas. Hancock, Esq., 0., L.R.A.M.r Ofgaa and Theory oice Culture, Pipe Organ, Piano, Harmony and Theory, Song Singing Open for Concerts, Banouets, Ra- tals, Etc. Terms on Application, ox 690 ND HAND STORE When you read this I shall be a long way off looking for bargains for -'YOU In the meantime, if you require anything, my gen- ial manager pro tern (ex- Constable Oreo. Cribb) will be pleased to suow you over- my stock. Parties requiring credit please take the elevator. FranK Waddington cei 410 ROUND STREET T. E. PATTESON Room Block leretiants Contractors have tlie teams and vre're liere to do the business Drapg Contract Work of all kinds promptly attended to You will do well to get our prices before placing r .orders e fiayr Transfer Co. H. Hayr and W. G. Hole, Props. PHONE ISO HAMILTON YOUNG ENGINEERS AND SURVEYORS Room Block. .F.P.Coriybeare, "B. Morton Jo'nei, K.C., D.C.L. B.C.L. CONY3EARE JONES BARRISTERS, SOLITITORS, ETC- Offices: Conybcare Block, Lothbridge, W. C. SIMMONS' Barrister, Etc OQjce: Block ADDISON SON Funeral Oirectori 32i'Crabb St. LETHBRIDGE, Office and Residence Phone 102 F. a. ROLFSON ARCHITECT. "Room 9 Whitney Block. JAS- A. MACDONALD ARCHITECT Macdonald Block, Rodpath Lethbridge, Alta. Lethbridge Lodge {3fJ A. F. A. M., G. R. A. Regular meeting the thirn Thursday of each month in the Masonic Hall, P. p. Block, at 8 p.m Visiting brethren 'will alwayi receive heariy welcome .C.MESSER, G.V.8XORKEY. Secretary 0. Box 53T It ia about time n lavr xvns making it .necessary for every person who carries a revolver to possess a license, and that liesinses only be issued to sane people. An inr-ane young man came within an ace of killing the postnia-ster of New York last week. He was carrying a vcr and fired it off to amuse himself and the shot landed in the postmas- ter's body. Foolish people should not have the right to buy or farry such ft dar.ROi'ous weapon. From his pulpit in Calgary last Sunday Rev. G. W. Kcrby declared that "blind bars'" exist in his city. He meant by what he sftid that there SANTA CLAUS TALKS "Whom the lovr die young soeins a weird saying at first glance sornewhe-e I have road its interpretation thus Whom the gods love die young-hearted, no matter whether their years be five or five scoro if we live young vre die young, and our life- is loved of trie: gods. Come off your stilts, my friends, and. if never before, make chums of your boys avid girls NOW7. You may retort that old Santa Glaus is only a finger post in thia instance, but even finger poits have their uses, and T say let us be young! I am waiting for you as in past years at Old Sago's store, and will carefully lay away your presents to the other young ones until Christmas Eve. SANTA CLAUS Care of R. SAGE, The Picture Framer Ttie ierta Railway and Irrigation Company Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THE MARKET lots Kortli of the Eailroad and West of Westminster Sd. FROM 1 Also a few Acre Lots East of Westminster Road, each 1st I Meets and 3rd M o n d ays in K. of P Hall at S o'clock. Visiting brethren are cordially invited. S. G. DAVIES, W.P T J. WHITE, W. S TERMS EASY One-third cash, one-third 6 months, balance 12 months. Interest 6 per cent, per annum iltem fttiiny iri imfttiii Ca (Uii Alta, WARM HOUSE WITH NO PLASTER Costs 15 Per Ceot less Requires no expensive labor YOU Can Put It On Write For Free Sample and instructions forapply ing, sending name of dealer to SOLE AGENTS WINNIPEG, MAX. For sale locally by all lumber dealers NO. 3o 0. E. Meets on the second Tuesday of emcb mntitb'at 8.15 p.m. E. A. SHARMAN. M. PRIEST E. E. Secretan Lodge Pride of Alberta, No. SODS of [njjiiri lewfit Society Meet in the ofPjthia- Hal evrr.v first, and third Tliursiinj in tho wont at S p.m. Visaing hn-tlirtn ulw'ajs wH come. WaJter Applcbj, W. FreJ T. 57. Lodge NORTH-WEST ASSOCIATION OF STATIONARY ENGINEERS Meet in the Labor Hall every and and fourth Mondays in the month. Eraplt ycra requiring certificated en- gincora, and engineer! out of employ- ment, inid do well to with us. NEVIN, Onto W. A. DICK80N, ;