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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 19, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta SYSTEM GERMANY irt it but t to aMrUin tkt protMMiitkxt is to with tte C.P.R. for a two tiMM a day way, lor -acroM tte Me eoMtrttcted of and it the ayfttfttu is in vofXM in a aeroM UM line. uaporUace of the impr pl this eatruct to the city oa city MANY DON'T KNO HEAJtT AFFECTED. i: If veto ouoV wlti be Mtryriitti at tbe about mfiM iuf u- dootor at Mttttit iaqvftBt MV toil CAR OF UK about wtui The actions of.the Kaiser have been atUaUon of newcpa Germany recently. peror William never allows his coun try to remaiu out of the limelight. In the recent controversy attention been drawn to the system of go- vernment ia Germany, and if one tluog more than .another was made Jt was the fact that the chancellor in the country is not res- ponsible to 'Parliament but to the "Emperor, just as the United States Cabinet is wholly responsible to the President. The ChanceHor's subordin iites, the Vice Chancellor and the nine secretaries of state arc subject_to the 'Chancellor's orders. The position of the Chancellor vof the German Empire is in truth ill un- derstood not only by foreigners but also by some Germans. He.can speak in the Reichstag, but he is not. a that body and cannot there. In the Reichstag he nominally appears Commissioner 'for the Bundesrath or Federal Council, or "as one of its Prussian members. Over the' Bundesrath, on the other hand "he presides as its leading and mov- ing spirit. The functions of the Bun- -desrath, again, are also often miscon ceix-ed. 'There could be no greater mistake than to assert that the Buu- the atUntion of our dty council and of If it In up and coped with ;mari lately we iroiof to to tkU City the of a rich and fast de- veloping section ot country. A year or so' ago the suggestion was made that a subway should be constructed the north of the. tracks into At that time O.P.K. to share the cost. At _ the present time the en- trance to the part of the city Alter the. top of the .bridge road has" been reached is a poor one, The Gait. St. crossing is worry to the A subway is needed must come .sooner or later in order to provide safe and convenient en- trance to the city frcar" the north side, The ,of .Stafford also com- plain that they have no -thoroughfare to reach the city except by Westmin- ster Road as the lard of that street and north to the xniue is com- HuadmU of go about their I: have oc- casionally seen a card or "two lying on the most .convenient roosting as J _went in, is only van, intermittent spaun. Except to (remind, the, hostess whom the had Tvelcouied cannot'see any: ex- cuses for reckless-waste: of board. Bry (Vancouver: The Commoner ..has ;cancelled ..its "want ad" for a; new editor. ter of salary increases will be- a pro- minent subject in the municipal cam- when the Reichstag sitting, ontPa'Sn- request of one-third of its; mem-i -___ bers. Unlike the Reichstag, moreov-j the order of business in the, Bun- desrath is not broken off by the end- ing- of a session but contiguous, so that matters are iken up again at] the, point where they were left, and! its work is far more effective The Bundesrath, in a word, is azi inseparable part of the liament and every law requires its assent. More than this, it has the first as well as the last word on nlr .W. J. Bryan, is going to-Mexicolor a. holiday-. He may be persuaded to take President Diaz' it is said he wishes to retire. In a write up of Lethbridge in the English monthly "Canada'" appears "Lethbridge, "a Town." Certainly this-would give the readers the opinion that: we were dependent upon mining for an existence, just as is Fernie ;ind Ross- most all the laws, for the Hclchatag land. Lethbridge is tte headquarters of has not succeeded in making good mines, -but it is not a mining nominal right of initiative In locjisla-1 town. It is the centre of as great tion and by far the larger part of thuja wheat growing district as any sec- statutes as well as the h.ulgi.-to arc tion of Canada and that fact should prepared' and first discussed by the be impressed upon the outside world Bundesrath. They are thec sent to as much if not more than our the Reichstag, and_ if passed by that body, are once more submitted to the i Bundesrath for approval oefTO they i are promulgated by the Emperor. The j mining- resources. The Rapidly-.Moviog (Petetboro'Examiner.) Things go rapidly in.the West. :Ihe Avheat grows and matures rapidly, end the bountiful crop is being .rapidly coined into money. Farmers are rapidiy: meeting their ac? counts, business men. are rapidly- d charging their financial obligations ?nd businfc.ss is rapidly picking up. The Webber in and character impersonations at Lyceum, ATE WITH LABOR LEADERS Washington, Nov. of Bundesrath therefore, far from being jthe and Justices of the Su- an occasional, or intermittent feature Preme court of the government, is not only an es- sential part of the Legisilaviry but the U. S. sat down tonight with labor leaders Irom var- ious sections of the United States at the main source of the legislation, if a dinner given by President Roosevelt then the German Chancellor ivere to be made responsible to either Hj'is2 of the German Parliament it would at the White House to a number of personal friends and men closely identificd with the movement for bet- Fa German Sage's and Roy't I RTI LKKN NOVEMBER 20 at the HOB CAFE A Boiled RoaatTurksy Mashed Potatoes Sngar Beets "Deep Apple :Pie Stave Columns direct from the Coast, and now have the Urgett and fineat stock of plain and fancy fir doors in Southern y IheSouth Alberta lumber Co. Ltd Corner >ter Ford MStttlifttefUiMill Rue 225 iO.Btx654 2 loU on Niven Street, North Wawl, for trtftp m OR. W. 1. QALMAiTH Kedpath Bt, Photia M HOURS: Before 9 ajn., M; 14 p.m. OH. 0. J. OOORTlCf ..Oentlst OiyuAU of Noithvatiero 111. to U; 1 .to ft. Reams I and 2, We have the teams and A we're here to do the THE HolsonsBank EaUblishcd 1855 HEADOfrTa aWKTlEAL 67 Branches ia Canada Agents and corretpondenU in .all principal cities and towns in the United States. be to the Bundesrath, not. ite Ifcv.ch- tcr conditions in the country, j stag. But he could not be Juide nc-i countable to either Chanihe- ivithv-ut j vwrenchuig apart the fu in in mental j structure of the German itrprriai sy.s-i tern as Bismarck devistfl It :ind as il' has been worked by him and iiis sa.v; cessors. SAVINS BAM .flfttaits an account: Interest allowed and credited 4 times a year at .highest- current; rate. A general banking brisiness transacted L D. PROBLEMS FOR NEW COUNCIL j During this year the City Council j problems, but it would be foolish lor j aspirants for next year's council to' imagine that day of the big prob-1 loms is passed. i In these days of growth we have to j lay the foundations for the future and I the future of this city is no small j affair. Lethbridge is bound to be' a large city and it must be develop-; wi along broad lines. 1 At the present time a bigj tradn with the rapidly settling farm- ing district to the north and west of- trade in a very few years to some j enterprising town that will spring up on the other side of the river, rfhlessi we endeavor to solve a very serious problem, the improvement of the en-'; trance to this city. The haul from the Qthcr side of the river to this side is r. mighty heavy and hazard- ous one and would not be undertaken by any fanner if it were not for the fact that Lethbridge affords the best market. Tn a few years it is not un- likely these new towns will bid hard for this trade. The idea of a high level bridge socms to be out of the question. It is too heavy a task to consider, nt the present, at any rate. Up to tho present two suggestions have boon of- fered 4is a moans to remove the ob- stacle. One is to build incline rajl- or, both sides of thr river. In Tiwi. this pian has adopt- ed though under private ownership, it to uavrj proved very SANTA CLAUS TALKS "Whom the gods love die young seems a weird saying at first glance somewheie I have read its interpretation thus Whom the gods love die young-hearted, no matter whether their years be five or five score: if we live young we die young, and our life is loved of the gods. Come off your stilts, my friends, and, if never before, make chums of yonr boys and girls NOW. You may retort that old i? onlv a in this instance bnt even finger posts have their uses, and I say let us be young! I am waiting for you as in post years at Old Sage'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 InjtiitCiitrietlirt of zillkindi promptly attended to Ton will do to get oiir prices' before placing your orders elsewhere Hayr Transfer Co. H. aid W. G. Hole, PHONE 180 Grassy "Nov. A. Lu- BJythe and P. Carutbera- made a trip to on business -this Miss Bertha Llewelyn has tonsillitis and is detained from school. .The Mannsell ranch shipped eight hundred cattle -from .thia point -_: on Saturday last. H. ia building, an addition to livery barn, whicii will it larger. r C.' A. Tammehill. is back, from Ma- grath. Constable Coleridge of B.N.W. been in Taber-thia week trying a theft case. R. Needham, manager of the Grassy I Lake Hotel, .is having an eight loot I walk" put in front .of the hotel. 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 Lake hotel has under- gone a great change, and that has been, needed for a long time. It has been sold to Messrs. F. E. Mason and R. Xcedham of- Lethbridge, and j is now running- under the tip-to-date plan, with accommodations for every- ibody and especially the travelling I public, which needs-no more to dread I stopping at oibe- ing without accommcrfTations fm the j hotel here. i i Messrs. Mason and ;N.eedhaia have j not been sparing with funds to com- r pjete what should have been done months ago, and will be managed hereafter in a first class way. ___ 50 HEAD OF Heavy Mares and Geldings FOR SALE Heary and Light SaleSttbles Weod St. o! Weatero Reserve Univot iiijr, CleVelaad Ohio. BLOCK Phone 307 Hours: 8-12 j 1-6 MADAM NORftf AN (OrcKntral Piaoi-lr) Teacher of. ipianoforte, and roiee produetioo. or; receives pupila, prepira- or advanced. CoaebiDg for Howard CrsKb To be seen at City HIISTKET 1ETIIIIK MR. ERNEST -F. LAYTON, Violinitt, Pupil of Geo.Wilbey, London, Eng.. and of Frank-JE. Blachford. Toronto, is open ,Jor a limited: number of Pupils.. Homes. Banquets, etc. Terms on- application. 212. WARM HOUSE WITH _ Sip PLASTER Per Cent less Requires no expensive labor Can Put It On Write for applying, uje of dealer to '-SOLE' -A GENTS''" MAN. For sale locally, by all lumber dealers ALBERT ELY Fupil of Dr. Brlgga, M. A., Singing and Voice .Culture. 'Pupil of Hancock, Esq., F.B- C.O., L.R.A.M., Organ and ITheory, Culture, 'Pipe Organ, Piana, Harmony and Thaory, Sang for citals, Etc. Terina -on Application. Box 090 Alta. t YOUNQ AND :SURVEYORS Room Block. C.F.P.Conybcare, B. Morton B.C.L. CONYBEARE JONES ETC. Offices: ,Conybearc Block, V Dode Halitman assisttd by the Sisters in the original College Kid-tonight at the Lyceum. Up 108 'When you-want Done promptly and satisfactorily JOHN BRODIE W. C. SIMMONS Advocate, Barrister, Etc Block. ADD I SON SON Funtril Embalmart St. Office: and Residence JPhone 109 F. B. ARCHITECT Room I Whitney Block. A, MXCOOHALO ARCHITECT Macdonald Block, Redpath Street Uthkridge Udft A. F. A M.v G. R. A. Regular meeting the IhiM Thursday of each month in the Masonic P. O. Block, vat 8 p.m. Visiting brethren will alwayi receiri a hearty welcome. A.C.MESSEK. VJ.V.SXORKEY. w- M- Secxetarj. P. 0. Box MT Plaee Your Orders for DRftyiHG FOR ....WITH.... JUS. fRJtME Satisfaction Guaranteed I OQQ We own. acres of level land from stones in Lot 812, Creston District. 1000 seres-arc surveyed in 10 acre blocks which we offer for sale to actual settlers for a limited time at PER ACRE We guarantee this tract to be the 6nest fruit land ad- jacent to Grestou When thia land is settled, tho whole tract will be one Urge village with all the advantages appertaing thereto. It isirell watered by mountain streams. The C.P.R. runs through the property. Cask, Uace mi 3 Tun. 6 i Creston has the best shipping facilities for fruit, and the best climate of any point in British Columbia. Spend Your Winters in Oresion For farther particulars write immediately to the Gtj laid aid Ur'Ck. Ui CRESTON, S.C. Meets 1st and 3rd M o n d ays inK.ofP Hall at 8 o'clock. -Visiting brethren are cordially invited. S. G. DAVIES, W.P T J. WHITE, W. 8 LETHBRIDCE LOLMjt NO. M C. B. P. O. E. Meets on the second Toeeday of eaeb month at 8.15 p.m. E. A. SHARMAN, M. E-R- Sccreiary! Lodge Pride of Alberta, tfo. 293 Son Mt tojxA taefit sfetr m tbt of Hall erery and Ulrd Tlinreday in the month at 8 P.M. Voting altrejs wri U W. PrewJent br idge Wo. NORTH.WEST Of HEIRS Meet in the Hall erery and and fourth Mondays .in UM month. Emphyers certificated en gineera, %ad cnfineen of otapJoy- ment,