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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 19, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta Prlot�d br the D�lljf Herald Printing . Oo^' Ltd., everfy Uwlul eTenini >t ,^^lttl.^ffloB�,JBound St., Lethbrld�e, 4lulHfert|itl*n)llalM lr�,^4lutnht but tr.nt this is f orrcot, and wo would strongly advise auy one sulfcring in any way fiiim heart trouble to try a course of Milburn's HvttiTand Nerte Pills. Trice 50 ct-s. per box or 3 boxes for$1.25* at all dealers or will bo, mdilitl direct on receipt of price by The T. Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto,'Out. FLUTTIRIMQ OP THI HKilRT. Mrs. O. M. While, WIlIlniHeUiWD, N.B., writer: "t wa.i troulilctl ivlth weakUMlls and lUiltcrinR of the licitrU 1 was so liad I could Hcarcoly Tlo ilowu in bctl. I proonrcd a box of Milburn's Heart nnd Nerve Pills and they holiit'd me no inooh I.ROt another box and A Unji made a float cure. I cannot speak too litfthlr of thorn. I think thvf are worth their wcluht In gold." AumtA. thuripaV, novimhh ii, \m, Side Usbts The society editress of. Toronto Saturday Night, says: "In answer to a eorro.spondont, I might sny that the "Americiin" fashion ol leaving ope's visiting card on the tiny of the t�as one attends is not ndopt^d in the host circlM in Toronto. I have oo-easionally seen n card or two lying on tho convfihient roosting pliice, as i went in or out. but it is only on. Inlormittent spasm. Except to rpniind the hostess of whom she had welcomed I cannot see any ex ousts for til's reckless waste of paste� board. CAR OP five Ro$e$ ON TRACK TODAY iThe Bentley COs^^U^^ hmll : IHIIIIKE ^ FiMNewSlNkOfUdies ud Misses ShMsAt ' flHHHiC8SBBSS9SBBBHKSHil^EH^HBB F. German The Shoe man }}etween Sago^s and Roy's We have juat received a oar-loftd of Fir Doors and Stave Columns direct from the Coastj and now have the largest and finest stoclcof plain and fancy fir doora in Southern Alberta. IheSouth Alberta lumber Co. Ltd. Corner W.-Mliiii tier & Ford JustSouthoftlieHlisonMiir Ploiie 225 i.0.Box654 i I SNAP i 2 lots on Niven Street, _ North Ward, tor .| I. Cash I Mberta Realty Co. m GhIMi lint MttMgi  Bryan Back at Work (Vancouver World.) Tho Commoner has .cancelled its "want ad" for a new editor. er, the order of business in the Bundesrath is not broken ofl by the end-Jng of a session but is continuous, so that matters are 'iiiien up again at' tho point where they were left, and thus its work is far more sffeitUc Tho Bundesrath, in a word, is an a holiday. He may tic persuaded to tulic President Diaz' position ns it is said he wishes to retire. In n write up of I^ethbridge in the English monthly 'Canada" the heading appears 'ix^thbridge, a Western inseparable part of the C.erii.on p.xr-j-^fi'iiUR Town." (.'ertainly this wouUl liament and every law requires its; Rive llie readers the opinion that we aB.sont. Jlore than this, it has the|"L'"e dependent upon mining for an first as well ns the last .void on ni-i existence, as is Pernio and Ross-most all the laws, for tho Rcichotag;''^nd. I.ctlibridge is the headquarters of has not succeeded in makin.r gootl its i'"any mines, but it is not a mining nominal right of initiative In loi-isla- ^t 's centre of as great tion and by far the larger part of ihu | a wheat growing district as any sec-statutes iis well as tho h.ldgiH.s arc ',of-ro they: ATE WITH LABOR LEADERS are promulgated by the Emiieror. Th.; Washington. Xov. 18.-M.>mbor.s of Bundesrath therefore, far from being i^'"' ^-''^'"''^ an occasional, or intcrmittont teatur-j f^'*^^'"" S. sat down of the government, is not only an es- '^^"'P'" '"ad"-^ f>om var- sential part of the Log.^lat uv but I "-^"^ '^'�^^'""'^ United States ut the main source of the legislation. Ifi'i ^'^-� l'"-'"sident Roosevelt then the German Chancellor uer.! to 1 ^liite Hnnse to a number of bo made responsible to either llj'is2 of the German Parliameai it would ptr.sonal friond.s and men closely identified with the movement for bet- be to the Bundesrath, not. ih^ Itv^^vh-1'''f conditions in tho country. stag. But he could not be i.iide ac- i_____._____^___l_____________ - countable to cither Chaaiiio- uith'Ut' wrenching apart tlic 'uuilaiiw-ntal | structure of the German iirpcrial s; s-torn as Bismarck devisefl It and us il j has been worked liy hiui ;iud liis sa--; ccssors. i The Rapidly Moving West (Peterboro Examiner.) Things go rapidly in the West. The wheat growd and matures rapidly, end the brjuntiful crop of this; year i.s being rapidly coined into money. Farmers are rapidly meeting their accounts, business men are rapidly dis-eliarging their financial obligations iMid business is rapidly picking up." The Webber Sisters in college songs and character impersonations at the Lyceum. THE. Molsons Bank Established 1855 HEAD OFHCE �  � MONTREAL CapUal paid up, $3,374,000 Reserve Fuid . 3.374.000 67 Branches in Canada Agents and correspondeuts in all principal cities and towns in the United States. SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT $1 starts an account. Interest allowed and credited 4 times a year at highest current rate. A general banking bivsiness transacted K. D. Johnson, Manager Lethbridge Branch i.!!!JiiaEJ!l.ll.a.l.E.!L!t!!l�efl Bnliiess Men's Luncheon NOVEMBER 20 at the HUB CAFE Boiled halibut Roast Turkay Mashed Potatoes Sugar Beets Deep Apple Pie PROBLEMS FOR NEW COUNCIL j During this year the City Council , has faced and handled many largo \ problems, tjut it would Ijc foolish lor] aspirants for next year's council to' imagine that th"^ day of the big prolj- . lem.s is passed. in these days of growth we have to \ lay the foundations for the future and ; the (uluie of this city is no small nfTair. I.ethbridgo is bound to bo' a large city and it must he developed along broad lines. i Al tho present time wo enjoy a big 1 trade with tho rapidly .settling farm-' ing district to the nortli nnd west of ' us. |,iit it !h certain we will lose thut ; trade in u very few years to some i enterprising town that will spring up! on the other side of the river, vthless j wo endeavor to solve a very .serious problem, tho improvement of the en-! trance to this city. Tho haul from the Qther side of the river to this side is a mighty heav^- iind hazardous one and would not be imdertakcn by an.v farmer if il wore not for the fact that I.ethbridgo iiftords tho best market. In .a few years it is not m>-lik(!ly these new towns will bid llnrd for this trade. The idea of a high level bridge seems to be out of the question. It is too heavy a task to consider, at the iiresent, at any rate. Up to the pr'-sent two suggostions have been offered iis IX ineuns to remove tho ob-iitax:le. One is to build incline railroads on both sides of the river. In S'>ijjao)iton ihiK plan has been adopted though under private ownershiji, imd it !jaid to uave ))roved very Grassy Lal^e I>ake, Nov. 18.-Messrs. A. L. Blytho and P. Caruthcrs made a trip to Ijcthbrldge on business this week. . Miss Bertha Uewelyn has tonsillitis and is dctalnctl from school. Tho Maunsell ranch shipped eight hundred cattle from this point on Saturday last. 11. Wekin is building an addition to his livery born, which will make it much larger. C. A. Tammchill is back from Ma-grath. Constable Coleridge of the R.N.W. M.P., has been in Tuber this week trying a theft, R. Needham, manager of the Grassy Lake Hotel, is having an eight .toot santa claus talks 'Whom the \!,odB lovt> dm young" ecenia a weird saying at tirst glance ; somewheie 1 have read its interpretation thus : Whom tho gods love die youiig-hoarted, no matter whether their years be five or tive Bfore ; if we live young wo die young, and our life is loved of the gods. Come off your stilts, my friends, and, if never before, make chums of your boys and girls NOW. You may retort that old Santa CInus is only a finger post in this instance, but even finger posts have their n6(>s, and I say let us bo young! I am waitinpj for you us in iwist years at Old Sage's store, and will carefully lay away your lu'esents to the other young ones until Christmas Eve. SANTA CLAUS Care of R. SAGE, The Picture Framer walk put in front of the hot�l. A prairie fire was started south of town on Wednesday, which at first looked to be a serious one, but by good luck it was got under control before it did any great damage. The Grassy I^e hotel has undergone a great change, and one that has been needed for a long time. It has been sold to Messrs. F. E. Mason j and R. Needham of Lethbridge, and j is now running under the up-to-date i plan, wifti accommodations for every-I body and especially tho travelling j public, which needs no more to dread (Stopping at Grassy, on account of be-; ing without accommodations fn the i hotel here. i Messrs. JSIason and Nccdham have I not been sparing with funds to com-! Elote what should have been done I months ago, and will be managed I hereafter in a first way. X Place Your Orders for ....WITH. JIUL Satisfaction Guaranteed I PHONE 289 lerchants & Contractors We have the teams and we're here to do tho business Dra||lng& Contract Work of' all kinds promptly attentled to Yon will do well to get our prices before placing your orders elsewhere Bayr Transfer Co. H. Hayr and W. G. Hole, Props. PHONE 180 HORSES 50 HEAD OF ; Heavy Mares i I and Geldings I To be seen at City Market J. p. Rodgers Jos. A. Young FOR sale horses Heavy and Light RODGERS&YOUNG Sale Stables :: Wood St. RODGERS & YOUNG WOOD STREET UTHBRID6E Dode Hailsman assisted by the Weber Sisters in the original College Kid tonight at the Lyceum. PROFESSIONAL CA.nis DR. W. S. GALBRAITH PhyiltiUn, Surgeon, AccoucTiar Offloe 014 Rcdpath St, Phono M HOURS: Before 9,, 2-3; 7-8 p.m. DR. O. 4, OOURTIOE Dantlat GiMuate >>t Notthwestcrn Ontver sity. Ohicago, III. OOiflo Hours-B to 12; l,to 5. Roomt I and 2, Macdunald Block DR. J. B. ELLIS DENTIST GraduatK of Western Rc.sorvo Univor sity. Cleveland Ohio. OFFICE-WHITNEY BLOCK Phone .107 Hours: 0-12; 1-6 MADAM NORVAN (Orchestral Plant-lr) Teacher of pianoforte, argan and voice production. Visits or receiv(.'8 pupils, preparatory or advanced. Coaching lor exams. Howard Houta, Crahh Strast. MR. ERNEST F. LAYTON, Violinist, Pupil of Qoo. Wilbey, London. Eng., and o( Frank E. Biachford. Torpnto, ia open (or a limited number ol Pupils. Also lor Concerts, At Homes Uanqueta. etc. Terms on application. Phone 212. IICOISTrilCD " (lKV-0 MAKES WARM HOUSE WITH NO PLASTER Costs75Per Cent Less Requires no expensive labor YOU Can Put It On Write For Free Sample and instructionB for applying, sending naiiie of dealer to FredJ.C.Cox&Co. soi-e: aoenxs WINNIPEG, MAN. For sale locally by all lumber dealers H^R.ALBERT ELY Pupil of Dr. Brlggs, M. A., Bong Singing and Voice Culture. Pupil of Chas. Hancock, Esq., F.R. CO., L.R.A.M., Organ and Theory. Voice Culture, Pipe Organ, Piano, Harmony and Theory, Song Singing Open for Concerts, Banquets, Recitals, Etc. Terms on Application. Box 890 Lethbridge, Alta. HAMILTON & YOUNQ ENGINEERS AND SURVEYORS Room 4-^Whitney Block. C.F.P.Conybeare, B. Morton Joneb, K.C., D.C.L. B.C.L. CONYBEARE & JONES BARRISTERS, SOLITITORS, ETC Ofllces: .Conybenro Block, * Lethbridge, Alberta. Ring Up 108 When you want draVing Done promptly and satisfactorily . ^ JOHN BRODIE ^^  We own 8,500 acres of level land free from stones in Lot 812, Creston District. 1000 acres are surveyed in 10 acre blocks which we oiTcr for sale to actiu^l settlers for a limited time at $60.00 per acre Wo guarantee this tract to be the finest fruit land adjacent to Crestoii When this land is settled, tho whole tract will bo one large village with all tho advantages appertaing thereto. It is well watered by mountain streams. The C.P.R. runs throiigh the property. TERMS-Quarttr Cash. Balance 1, 2 and 3 Years. Interest 6 % Oreston has the best shipping facilities for fruit, and the best climate of any point in British Columbia. spend Your Winters in Creston For further particulars write immediately to the Canyon City land and lumber Co. ltd. - CRESTON, B.C.--^ W. C. SIMMONS Advocate, Barrister, Etc Office: Southard Block. ADDISON & SON Funeral Directors and Embalmers . 321 Crabb St. LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. Office and Residence Phone 103 F. B. ROLFSON ARCHITECT 'loom 8 Whitney Block. JAS. A. MACDONALO ARCHITECT Macdonald Block, Redpath Street Lethbridge, Alta. Lethbridge Lodge (39) A. F. & A.' M., O. R. A. Regular meeting nigbc, the tbirt Thurdday of each month in the Masonic Hall, P. O. Block, at B p.m. Visiting brethren will always receive a beany welcome. A.C.ME8SER, G.V.STORKEY, W. M. Secretary. P. o. Box tar letlibriilgelerle No. 137 Meets Isl and 3rd M o n d ays in K. of P Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren are cordially invited. S. G. DAVIES, W.P 24-ly T .J. WHITE, W. S LETHBRIDGE I.OLujt NO. Sfi C. B. P. O. E. Meets on the second Tuesday of each month at 8.15 p.m. : ; : : E. A. 8HARMAN. M. PRIEST. E. R. Secretary. Lodge Pride of Alberta, No. 293 Sons of England Benefit Societ) llm. ill tlie | of Pytliiao Uali every flriit niul tkiril Tliiirsilay Id Uie moDtli at 8 p.m. Visitiug trctliroa always wel como. Krfutd do well to oommuoioate with UB. ROBERT NEVIN. Chlel W. A. DICKBON. Seortttary. �4-lyrd-� 35 ;