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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta tagg CMC! flood MUI. Hagaaai Protaaiajii but vaa al abto to ba alaciad to atamt ia a Catholic coaaiititaiay to baouaw FVcntA alactati MO UMM aoough to ol tha oppotite Sir tha oaly ProtaaUnt Quettte MB AH0 HAftD ROAML ay of p Mutation of about to a Kou and ctaiiittna, aad aal .of about. to -s-- Ottawa- concluded "hard scratching to wake A Uv ttor.uM about muet have wrong. Uw the prww not always of the one color. H (TorotiU) Telegram.) 1 Oa molioa-4f Sir Frederick Bordeii I the editorial chair of the -late "Brer, j who was shot by iodig-l oaut reader, rnay foe offered to HOM. Bob Edwards, of the Calgary Eye- vac only -a few days IAU-C that rwad the following m an eastern circumstances of the Wm.- Ail Brilliant Sam. (Montreal Herald.) interesting fact in connection who died at his home ou Uw Moakton circuit, near Stratford are and have caustxt no ia church Mr, lit eraliy died in harnass. hu at two- o'- with tlu- knighting of Mr. Hugh Gn- haiu is that the iieighorhood ol Athelstane, in the Hunt- ingdon, has jiow given to Canada three sons who have, through their force and ability, gained the honor of knighthood at the hands of their sovereign. Sir Base, Sir Wil- liam Kingston, and, Sir Hugh Gra- ham, were all boru near this little village with the uame that recalls the Eugland of Saxon days, AtheUtaue paiaJvl aaat TRACK TODAY taing I eomkl tVmkol I had Jiatf MM. I took rwtt ol it, UM had boil rUaTlJtt. on wy for a of aui tried a feud tktd of paiH but tbey ere AOt of much PiuftUy I bat ol BwrdLod Bkvid'Bittcci ami am BOW For by all deafen. Limited, Torooto, Oat life was slipping; away clock oa Monday terly board wofc waiting for hi u at the other end of the circuit, ami ;just as they tbo his death came. Sunday Mr. renhall preached morning, afternoon and evening, ooce each, at his three, appoint- ments, driving completely around the circuit, a distance of forty-five miles. He administered sacrament twice, and held meetings three times, returning to bis home about ten o'clock. Retiring to rest he slept as peacefully as a child. _ -Monday morning he assisted his wife with.- the washing, hitching up his 'drove and back, to pray with a' sick parish- ioner-, arriving'buck home at noon While his wife was preparing the mid-day meal he wenfdown cellar to fix-the furnace, and'Jell over un. conscious-just as he reached the bo torn of the .stairs. He died'an hou later, without regaining" conscious ness. -of death is a has reason to be proud of her sons. Coleman Coleman, Nov. ia completing a XKaaay, who .contract for -tha kttdot Fir Doors and Stave Columns a car dinet bom tba Coart now the krgeti pUiu ftnett stock of toe? fir in Southern Alberta. 1 he South Alberta lumber Co. Ltd Comer Ford MtatllftfceHitalHI 1.0.teCS4 NtOTESSIONAL SNAP HOURS: Before 9 a.m., 2 lotsoil Niven Street, North Ward, for I Iferta uty Ci h MONARCH IS GROWING FAST Monarch, Alta., Nov. oionths ago a heavy wind blew our own off the lumber pile but the iiv- labitants recovered "the board and bundle of with a general store, hardware, Insurance Royal Collieries at Lethbridge, fraa in Saturday, Sunday and Holiday and returned to bridge Monday evening N, B. Finn, who for some time pist has teen fan man for the Interna- tional _ Coal Aj Coke Co., left lor a at his home at Portage Prairie. Mr. Finn will return to Coleman. Thos; Leyshorn left Coleman last night for Hlllcrest where he will in ruturg Ley- shorn will be very much misaed in Coleman, especially: in musical cir- cles. He has been a member of Coleman quartette, a member or "the band, and 'has always taken an ac- tive intrrest in music or musical func- tions Jn Coleman. Mr. Leyshorn's many friends Vill regret to know he has left Coleman. Walter Xelson and McKean Hunter F. German Tlu Uetveen Sage's and Roy's as was not known to b weak. Here" was a man lacking no'doub the pulpit attainments of the al and Ottawa pastors but serving the. His work was harder and.iis. remuneration much Pirobabljrall that his congrega- tion ever gave him in the way oi pre- sents was a. jug of milk or a bag of But he labored on at a pittance-of- the greater part "of which camejn in dribbles. He fell into the: arms of the Grim Reaper after years-of toil. Some men -are exaltetr in the worU. today-but will not they have to stand.below his_brother, who toiled right up until the moment the sum mons. came, in the World the pulpi tells us is to come? and Implement- Co., Livery Barn, Restaurant, Lumber Yard, Brick riant aud Post-Office, all doing bus- iness, and a barber shop, :urniture store, blacksmith, shop anc house, nearing completion A team drove up in front ,of the Hardware store and minutes after the hammer and a few tacks ".were shoved back the Canadian Bank of Commerce with Mr. Dent, 'manager and Mr. Johnson, accountant, opened .up their Monarch ranch, on the end {the boxing contest pulled off last of the counter and the first depositor 1 night between Cole left on last night's train for bridge. Pay day passed off very orderly and quietly this month as-usual. It the first time in about three yean that pay day came before the fifteenth Instead, of paying their men on Sat urday it "has been' customary for the company to wait Monday the 15th- fell on a Sunday. The pay dav 'event at the "Opera House NOVEMBER 21 it the CAFE Hootch: Broth Tenderloin of Beef Mashed Braised Onions Floating Island 4 Ciitttctflrt We have the teams and we're here to do the buiicess Injisjt CMtnct iDrt of ail kinds promptly attended to You will do well to get our prices before placing your orders elsewhere Hayr Transfer Co. H. Hayrud W. G. Hole, PHONE 180 OJ 111. Uoun-f lo U; i to Raann I aM 1, MacfenaM Black SO HEAD OF Heavy Mares and foldings Ti k Sett at Gly Narkd BODGERS 4 YOUNG SileSUMes WMd St. DR. J. B. ELLIS OCMTIST Gradual ol Western Uuivot Cleveland Off ICE-WHITNEY ilLOCK 307 _ MADAM MAKES was" smiling into one of their neat pass books. The bank manager looking across t the dance hall in process of con- man and Kid HoweU.of Seattle. Quite a large number of men" were present, some coming from Blainnore "and Frank to see the affray. Howell was tructiou, asked when it would be I knocked out in the '-seventh, roundi and ompleted. he ..was told, Jim still retains reputation aa a the fiddler is coming right over the! weight of Western Raymond; Nov. funeral of the -late Mrs. C. Brewerton was hek yesterday at one o'clock- ut the L.D S. Churchr The coffin was beautiful ly decorated'with, flowers. The meet- ing house'was filled. Misa-Mattift from sang a solo. PRESIDENTIAL POSSIBILITIES For the third time John A.. John, son, beeii elected gove nor ot a state, ilinneso ta. It.'used, to be said that his elcc tiou was due to the can vote, which is very- heavy in tha state, and Mr. Johnson is a Swed However this year his Republican op- pouenl was a Swede and the Swedish T- vote was divided. It appar- ent now that his strength is due to other reasons than the fact that he is a He must have made a good govornor and deserved reelec- tion. Johnson was before the last Nation al Convention as a candidate for the Democratic for President] but had little show against Bryan, j Four years from now Johnson ought to be the leader in the race for the chief place on his party ticket unless j some greater Moses arises to lead; the Democrats out of the wilderness.; At the present time the men who; stand in front as the possible presi- dential candidates in 1912 are John A. Johnson, "Democrat and Govornor Hughes, of New York, They rank as two of the cleanest and ablest men in American affairs. ill yonder." 'he T have seen some progressive Keay left with his -'family." for mt this has them all Fernie yesterdajMnornmg. 4 and see how near the effort is being matte towards re- s the above statement. the Coleman Recreation Alberta, is 17 miles northwest Debating Club. This organiza- .ethbridge and orr an excellent which at the Club rooms lie grade of. which is finished winter, did "splendid work in the through the townsite. The new of bringing the young ol from Lethbridge to Macleod is town together for mutual improve use the new million dollars A meeting WAS -held last night now being erected from the the club rooms but was poorly at- bridge side oi the Belly. river. tended and it was decided to call an- 5ted is laid from the Macleod meeting next Tuesday evening to within four miles of it is hoped there will be a bet- which is up to the west ba.nk of attendance. Old Man river. Rail connections To Mr. and Mrs. Adam Pat- promised Monarch with on the 6th inst., a daughter. early in the spring and with To Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Ash- bridge -the following on 14th inst., a son. OUR POINT OF VIEW Have you canvassed a man to got him to run for Council? That is the only waj" to gel the good men. tethbridge's best year yel .is fast dnnving to a close. It will pass away to make way for a greater and a better year. The speakers were Bishop vAnderson, Bishop Fawns, jof Stirling, Mr. L. Kingi _ President 'Allen, and-B. S. Toung. s Mr. and Mrs. Biggin, of-Salt ]Lake [rs. Brcwerton'a brother-in-law and and Annie-Hill and her husband, also from .Salt.Lake, arriv- ed Tuesday and will stayin-Haymond or a short time. All the stores clos ed and school closed yesterday afterv noon so all could attend-the> funeral: Arthur McDuffee .left- last, evening "or Vancouver where his brother is in business. Mr. McDuffee "will not Re- turn until about the first of Decem- ber. Mr. and Johnson of Magrath are visiting her mother, Mrs. Allred Word has recently been received that Delsel Salman who has been go- ing .to school at "Provo, will leave tomorrow for a inission in the nor them States. Will Card and Dave Powellson, who had intends! to go to the Society Is- lands have had their mission changed and instead of going to the Society Islands are going to England. Mr. Ileer of Lethbridge is in town. A baby girl was born to Mrs. Otta Taylor Friday, Nov. 13. The Wing Leey laundry has been moved from Broadway to opposite the Town Hall. ALL AGREE TIS BEST IFOR ME to drink Alberta's Pride if we want to be healthy, happy-and wise. The wisdom liea" in drinking only a brew- ed beer, sufficiently "lagered" to give good red corpuscles to the blood of the imbiber. :last and all drink Lethbridge beer. LETHBRIDGE BREW1NG4 MALTING COMPANY. Ltd WARM HOUSE VITH NO PLASTER Costs 75 Per Cent less Requires no expensive labor YOU Can Put It On Write For JFrec Sample and instructions forapplyirig, sending name of dealer to, NTS TVT.N !N IPEG, MAN. For sale locally by all lumber dealers The Oxford Cafe SERVES GOOD MEALS. Has been Remodelled Fresh Oysters, Cigars, and Confectionery JOE FONG Proprietor Xoal, Ice and To the Electors af tta City of Close elections to be fashionable down by the sea. If thore are ties in both Newfound- land and Prince Edward Island, the two islands should unite into one pro- vince and form two parties. People may complain about the wind that, has been blowing the last few davs but it has not an un- "Whom the gods love die young seems a weird saying at first glance t have read iU interpretation thus Whom the gods love die young-hearted, no matter whether their years be five or five score; if we live yonngwedie young, and our life is loved of the gods. off your stilts, my friends, and, if never before, make chums of yonr boys and girls NOW. You may retort but even finger posts have their nsee. and I say let us be young! I am waiting for yon ?A in past years at Old Sage's utore, and will carefully lay away your presents to the other yonng ones until Christmas Eve. SANTA GLAUS Care of R. SAGE, The Picture Fraroer Nov. 20, 1903. Ladies and Gentlemen: I have decided to come forward as an Independent candidate for one of the vacant seats on the City Coun- crl. I am in favor of helping Hen- derson finish his work and help to make this city one the hrightest and best in I am in favor of a progressive policy with economy. I ssn strong against the last act of the City Cotincil in increasing Sec.- Treaaurer Robinson's salary per year and if elected T -rill move that the order be rescinded forthwith and let Robinson resign if he is not sat- isfied, as there are plenty of good men in the city who would perform the duties equally as wpll Robin- son. Before I will vote for any in- cn-ase, I snail have to be shown that the person or persons the city value for the money paid them. The Works and Property Department shall have my close attention and if elected my policy will be a square 4ral to all ratepayers. Thanking you in anticipation of your support, I remain, Your obedient servant, DAVID KING- FRUIT LANDS R We own acres oUevel land free from stones in Lot 812, Creston District. 1000 acres are surveyed iu 10 acre blocks which we offer for sale to actual settlers for a limited time ai PER ACRE We guarantee this tract to be the finest fruit land ad- jacent to Creston ___ When this land is settled, the whole tract will be one large village with all the advantages appertaing thereto... It is well watered by mountain streams. Tbe C.P.R. runs through the properly. the rjest shipping facilities for fruit, and the climate of any-point in British Columbia. For further particulars write immediately to the Citj LiBd aBd CRESTON, B.C. Teacher of pianoforte, argan and produetion. Viiuts or receives pupiU, prepara- tory or Coaehiof tor ezajru. Howard HOUM, Crabk MR. ERNEST F. iAYTON, ViolinUt, Pupil of Geo. Wilbey, London, Eng., and of v Frank Toronto, open for a limited number o! Pupils. Also for At Banquets, etc. Terms on tpplication. 212. _ MR. ALBERT ELY Pupil .ot Dr. if. A., Singing and Voice Culture. Pupil ofChas. Hancock, Eaq., F.B- C.O.; L.E.A.M., Organ and Theory, Voice Culturt, Organ, Harmony and Theory, Song Singing Open for Concerti, citals, Etc. on Application. Box MO Alta. HAMILTON YOU KG ENGINEERS AND SURVEYORS Room B. Mvrton K.C., D.C.U B.C.L. CONYBEARE JONES BARRISTERS, SOLITITORB, ETC. Offices: Conybeare Block, Lsthbridge, Alberta. Weiteni Transfer Co. o LONG BROS.ProprietorB Office opposite Balmoral PHONE 63 W. C. SIMMONS AdvecMa, EU Office- Southard Block ADDISON SON Funeral Oirtctort Embatmwt 321 Crabb St. LETHBRIDGE; ALTA. -Office and Residence. Phone 109 F. B. RULFSON ARCHITECT loom Whitney Block. JAS. A. MACDONALD ARCHITECT Macdanald Block, Rtdpath Ltthbridgt. Lodga (M) A. F. A A. A.; Regular meeting nifhf, the thiim Thursday of each month in the Masonic Hall; P-.O. Block, at 8 p.m Vititing brethren will always a welcome G.V.STORKEY. M. Secretary P. O. Box MT Meets 1st and 3rd Mondays in K. of P Hall at 9 Vigiting brethsen are cordially invited. S. G. DAVIES, W.P 2i-ly T J. WHITE, W. 8 LETHBRIDGE LOUuc. NO. C. B. P. O. E. Meeta on the second Taeaday of month at 8.15 p.m. E. A. 8HARMAK. K. PRIEST E. B. Bccxctary Lodge Pride of Alberta, No. 293 Sin if tafit Wet) Meet ia UK KniglU errry trat and tirirtl Thuradaj in at wri Walter Fre4 T. RobiM, 8. t W. 1'rtMtJeat NORTH-WEiT AStOClATION Of .n Meet in the Labor HaJl rwry and aa4 fourth in month. Eraplryftrn roquirinf ea and enfineen out of employ- ment, do well to with M. ROBERT NEVIN, W. A. ;