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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 21, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta UTHtftlCXML SATURDAY, MOVCMftCft l br Dtilr Prinliof U4, Itvftd ai W. A, KUCHAMAN. Di DaUr. TMU. bf ehaagftd M fctt hoik and oM hf IM Lit 141 di- ed a thousand dollars for the tal this yefwvfoy a canvas o( the city, ic a big advance over the from balls in previous are to compli- The only trouble the Raj-wood sugar factory meets with at present is scarcity of Ixvts. Tiie factory cannot meet the for the sugar and it is to be' hoped-that the acre- age of beets will be considerably ju- 'creased next year, so that this im- porlant industry will be able to pro- duce enough sugar to supply the mar- ket. ABOUT.. Dm COUNCIL Utf jwoplw do uot see-in te ling over themselves wither to get oh Dad's Council themselves or to get other fellows there. But it will, come r Tke Toronto World remarks that Sir 'Wilfrid Laurier inay truly conteui Ontario with sat- his tour isfaction, abd 'adds; "He at Niagara Falls, where German was elected, and at Tilbury, SATISFIED My have been sunny. My nights all full of dreams; My gardens with hoiiey; around alright., er would orate' As a political, stuiup 'the heart of the peo- jjfoV'gs with gingiug streams; My house, from floor to rafter, Delight forever fills; where McCoig was speech "at Berlin returned. Hisj It My life is joy. God wills. doubtless helped pie is true and can be trusted." will be some good men on the nom- ination papers that day. I have a hunch that Aid. Macbeth might be persuaded to take another whirl at it. It" he will, the people should get after him to do so, for has been a cracking good alderman and is getting better all the time. Thnt salary raise for the secretary- treasurer came along just in .time to give those duhs whose municipal idaa is criticism uf the actions' of the coun cil. something to build their plat- form .with. An embryo alderman Mackenzie King to victory, and his Clinton and Strathroy speeches won My 'friends have all been true j with 'no other policy than saying And iiave I had; [that the .other follows DO good North West Middlesex andj Have c-vermore been glad; South The, Prime Minister My and new a very poor sprout. I am not spoke at Cornwall, and Stormont re- turned Mayor Smith- At Russell he My heart is Hght with laughter And song that never stills; My life is joy, CAR OF ON TRACK TODAY Tte tattej Iti ttttrttttf We LA re juat received a and Stave Columns et from the Coast, ami now have the largest aud stock of piaiii and fancy fir doors in Southern Alberta. oa behalf of' the new secretary ot-state, HOJI: Clmrles ifurphy, who .was elected. In Kipissing, vherejXew Ybrk Suu. McCool was defeated, the circumstancj es were exceptional, for Mr. Me-1 Cool was not a resident of the j riding and had but little uersonaij communication with his constituents The Prime Minister's North It shall be as God wills. Dempster Sherman, BORROWING TROUBLE iy all the trouble'in the world j through observed the: defending Dad's action in giving the secretary-treasurer so big a jump in his salary, but on the other liand I j fail to. see that the job is worth-sev- leu hundred dollars more now. than, it in a year Where I wont to get' my tcick ut those who losing sight of the larger issues that should be the roul issues of the mun- icipal campaign would elect alderme'fl .Prime Minister's North psech, there-fore, about the only] "Yes." rejoiheVl etback to 'a triumphant Ontario] "yet, people- will borr thV on anissuc involving the immense suu> oi hundred dollars a year these' ai'dermeii will moke prop- er buUs ofp the problems involving setback tour.' borrow hlmiirftdi. of thousands of dollars. EDUCATIONAL Chicago jDail.y News, I DOING KUROFE Br CAM.ERA. i '.'What a device the' cam- Rev, Dr. Klddell, principal of berta. College, at Kduionton, is a. rc-j the, criticism that our government, by its insistence on methods or pro- little, narrow-minded or covetous el- This is no time for the pettifogging ement -o run citv. ml lines SUesAt F. German The Shoe man Sage's and-Boy's I lumber Co. Ltd. Corner NVVslnutter Ford tettatliftlRfllimill PW22S r.0.bi6S4 raOrESSIONAL CARDS v l 10 acres iu Fruit in B.C. to trade or gell to sell oa crop payment pUn Leth bridge Property we either buy or sell Wberta Baity 914 Rwlpath St. PUttM W Melore a.m., 8-3; 74 p m. DR. O. J. CXMJKTiCC, Dantitt Qiaduate of O jtity, CfcMttfo, III. Office to 12; 1 to i. I and 2, Macdonild Block cut cedure, has deprived districts oi school for an.undue leugth of time. This is for.-proptr mental development is far too important a consideration to bear- rested by technical regard for and dried" methods. The'Herald has heard the same cri ticistn. ou several occasions. Bed tape should not have a education department, is-young 'and people arc for schools.- They should be able to get what they with the least possible delay: Further, Dr. Riddell says: Possibly it is in the matter curriculum of studies that the Go- vernment has left itself open -to se-j vcrest criticism. Te many minds anchor hi Paris or Vienna knd send hired man around the continent to take snup Star. SIR HEXRl JOLY (Montreal Witness.) Sir Henri was a born leader, but he old his fighting quietly. He was for. the convenience t Tim way which the people keep cent letter to an" eastern paper, Answered. Mr. CumnA. "the j those fire-alarm boxes for purely or- ln some localities I have tmie l abroad I'm going purposes is amazing. They still send in telephone messages to get the'firemen all tangled up when there is blaze, whea a box is with- in a block or so. It might be a good stunt for the city to get cards j printed giving the instructions and have once placed in each house. As it is the whole system is no good at all simply it is not worked ._ less of a politician a it is good enough to work. 'and was cast in a. finer moid than j ._____ most Canadian public men. He did And while I am talking fire, it iy not know what it was to sneer .Lo me that the drivers of Dad's fire teams has a Tom-fool way of courser usages of po fcl'S UldMH NOVEMBER 23 at the HUB CAFE Mulligatanniy practicing them. I am not a jockey but I have heard will Cautious, horse-trainer he took no risks, but made certain of .dozens of men say that the teams wi every step. AC a debater he spoke ruined if driven that way. Me with rare taste, though not in the training horses or keeping them Lamb Cutlets Green Peas Maslied Potatoes Bated jipple 1 LETTER Harald; IB not We hare the teams and we're here to do the business of all kinds promptly attended to You will do well to get onr prices before placing ycur orders elsewhere Hayr Transfer Co. H. HirfaMt 'W. G. Hole. PHONE i80 I 50 HEAD OF Heavy Mares and Geldings Tt be Sea rt Info RODGERS 4 YOUNG Stic SUbies Wood St. BURNS AND THE PREMIER DR. J. B. ELLIS DENTIST of Western Keserve lity, Cleveland Ohut. OFFICE-WHITMEY BLOCK Phone 307 .Hours; MADAM NORMAN Teacher of voice prodoeiioD. Visits or receireg pupih, prepara- tory or advanced. Coochinf for exsina. Howard Crabb is chiefly remarkable! training do not drive them up .expressed in .this col- 01 high moral their limit everv-dav but these horses t W1' into his depart- Lre driven-full" lickitv-chirde for all I writer's name this curriculum is uot well adapted to the mental development to which it is designed, and has not adopted the sanest methods in pro- viding for the education and equip- ment of the young mind. In this matter we think our e-vcellent Gov-j erimienl has been slow and unduly j conservative. Witli the advent of j___ the tmiversity as the crown of the educational system, we may look for such modifications as will make our educational system a, well-joint- ed, rational, systematic and pro- gressive whole. In this matter of education we think the Government, after it has provided a means of education and endowed a of state schools, should insist on every chiVl's going to school. We further understand that compulsory education is a reg- ulation of the school ordinance. Ev- ery parent who fails or. neglects to! give the child the opportunity of taking advantage of the provisions of the government should be treat- fl a-S a transgressor in the eye of j the law. OnK- thus can preserv-! r- strong and healthy democracy. Compulsory education is desirable t in any part of the Dominion, but! so here in Alherta. Again we aeroe with Dr. Riddell ;iml more especially in regard to this matter of compulsory education. In t-his city today some parents do not thtr importance-of education ior their children and they either do not .send them to school at ail or only a few weeks of n. term. In com-! miinitics when: the foreign clement] largely compose the population this laxity in regard to education is doubt more apparent. The Provincial! government ouprht to be fearless en-' ough to make education compulsory j in this provinc-. Now is the time! to put such n law into force for we! want to build up in our early years j a province of odurated people. There is a ?roat deal of truancy, too. On our struts almost any day children of school may roaming about. We are told there is a truaiK-y law. but it drv-s not an-'' pear to be in operation. J ment while in "the Laurier adminis- tration a" loftier moral tone than had are driven full lickety-chizzle for al they are worth every day and the day of the fire, the time of su- Publication wiD its character for years before, j preme effort, comes they have noth- He gave keen attention to detail.! ing more to give and are stale. I' and was above and beyond all just :and impartial. WOMEN FOOLS am told that the driving of fire- ten ins should be" only sufficient to' keep them in condition that they will j City, 11-19-08 Dode Bailsman, the original Col-'bc able to go the Hmit when it "H at the Lyceum tonight. put np to Sir -What lot of hot air you are He and Mr. Asquith Have Fallen Ou Over Labor Matters, It is Said London, Nov. Labor par ty in, the House of Commons been, .making a dead-set on John Burns, it is said, since the latter re- fused to accept their views with re- gard to the provision of relief work through the winter. On Thursday they seized the opportunity to attack him in the matter of a discrepancy Ixitweeii the statement made by Mr. Asquith. when he announced to Parlia ment the Government's measures for the relief of the unemployed, and the reguiatioii just issued in the name of the President, -of "the Ixical Govern- ment Board. Notice was given, of a question on the subject and after din- ner the house filled quickly, expect- ing something sensational. Mr. As- quith, however, merely announced that somebody at the local Govern- ment Board had bungled, and that the regulation objected to would be MR. ERNEST F. LAYTOW, f VioliniYt, Pupil of Geo. Wilbey, Kng., and of Frank E. Blachford. Ttrooto, is open for a limited number of Pupils. Also for Concerts, At Homea, Banquets, etc. Terms on application. 212. MAKES WARMHOUSE WITH NO PLASTER Costs 75 Per Cent Less Requires no expensive labor YOU Can Put It On Write For Free Sample and instructions for applying, sending name of dealer to SOLE AQENTS WIKNIPEG, MAN. For sale locally by all lumber dealers MR. ALBERT ELY Pupilof Dr. Brings, M. A Singing and Voice Culture. Pttpil-of Hancock, L.B.A.M.; Organ Voict Culturt, Pip. Organ, Song Singing Open for Concerts, Banquets, Re- citals, Etc. Terms on Application- Ltthbridge, HAMILTON YOUNG ENGINEERS AND SURVEYORS Room Block. C.F.P.Conybt.re, B. Morton K.C., D.C.L. B.C.I.. CONYBEARE JONES BARRISTERS, SOLITITORS, ETC. Offices: Conybeare Block, Lethbridge, Alborta. W. C. SIMMONS BarrUttr, Etc. Office: Southwd Block. A with OUR POINT OF VIEW man a rheck in Calgary P. Nolan's name attached. ought to pot P. .T. to defend him. j II An eastern suggests Sir Whitney as Conservative load- er at Ottawa with Richaru rnCotide of B. C., as assistant. P. Rob- iin evidently did not make a good impression in Ontario or he would have been JXH assistant No. 2. The Ladies Hospital Aid has rais-i SANTA CLAUS TALKS from his headquarters at SAGE'S and says, Don't put off. Right NOW is the time to conu- and look over the nice things I have opened up for your inspection. If you are looking for a Depart- ment Store, just look at this. Raphael Tuck's Private Greeting Card Assortment b stiU in this particular ring notwithstanding the heavy drain of the last two hurry. Tuck's Christmas and New Years cards and calendars are world lamous, and you know the goods well. Tnb une was selected for you IHSI June, and look as good tu mo now a.s they did then. Christmas 'iree Decorations; Call Room, parlor and .-tort' decorations; floral roll erepe and -plain tissue papers in ii'jwest designs; only Dennison's maker. Lanterns, shades, etc., are stocked more complete than ever. Card games, chuss, checkers, tkiminos, crockinole, parlor billiards, solitaire, etc. Presentation Books for young and old, including several bind- ing.-, in bibles, prayer books, hymnals. Catholic Church services, etc. Elegantly bound fiction and poetry. Works of the boys and girls' favorite authors. Boys' and girls' annuals, Chatterbox, etc. to arrive. Christmas numbers of leading periodicals, partly to arrive. British, American and Canadian copyright novels, only select. The Picture Book Department is a show in itself. Some lines in department were bought at cents in the S and will to- cleared out accordingly. This includes some boys' and girk' favorite, such as Robinson Crusoe, Pilgrim's Progress. otc., cloth bf-und, worth 50c to SOc, The Toy Department L? beyond description in display with its XoahV Arks, tool chests, fire brigades, railway trains, mechanical am! friction toys, horses, wagons, rocking horses, shoo-fly rockers, co-carts, doll soldiers, pistols, guns, doll furniture, tea sett in China ami enamel bedroom sets in ditto, pianos, typewriters. houses, jack-in-box, .sleighs, chimes, etc., etc. The Doll there SOME, and then some more, and hundreds more than that. The Souvenir Department literally beyond full to overflow and only the Burnt work of every conceivable variety in leather and woodwork, but most interesting in this line- is our replenished stock of BOX WOOD, articles designed and r-adv f.-.r pyrnpraphic work. Also several new pyrographic working Lethbridge's View slock will bo cleared ont at n 20 per cent, reduction. Jardinieres, vases, etc.. innumerable others nn'l similarly reducod. Tho rmisie rolls, traveling leather hand bag.- and butikot work, sewing sets, cuff and collar st'js. fancy basket work inountr-d comb and brush sets and mirrors, military brushes, shaving mugs and mounted pipes nnd tobacco pouches, sniokors' sets, etc., etc. form a d-partrru-nt. not to rompar-d with anything yet stocked in thi.s city. Pictures, Framed and Unframed is a department which the other old man jealously himself: he says that he can sell framod pictures frnm 25c up. but when it comes down to supply- ing what he knows meet your TASTE, he does not rm-ntinn cents and the tasteful biiyer knows why; an ignorr.nl seller doesn't. Don't force! to let him have that picture you want framed as a surprise to other h.iif. Vois have hidden it away long enough. Hurry up. The Musical instrument and Musical Supply Department complete. Violins, and the loading lines in Dept. have been re-marked at ................much reduced prices. A new and select stock of Presentation Fountain Pens, some of them seem AMPLE STORAGE for Goods Until Christmas. Santa Claus His Headquarters R. SAGE, The Picture Framer giving tho public about a fool or an impudent male person who wore a. cap in the 1-ycenm but you. do not seem to know that there fe- males with wagon wheels and other infernal articles upon their heads through which it is far more diffi- cult to sec anything than if one sat behind a male head gear. Why do the "Management'- conduct only the male fools by the coat col- lars out of their show barn, and leave females obstruct the view -with the affairs thf-y call hnts? I was behind one last riighl and as" I. could not see any of UK- acting, had to leave the place for I did not see the manage- ment even request the "lady" to re- move the hat" let alone conduct her to the door. males will act the 'gentleman if he sees there are females who use lady-like manners. A theatre goer in LethbrKlge. Alta. withdrawn. Aside the actual proceedings in the House, however, it is said that the Premier and Burns had a little talk in one of the lobbies, ar.d that] the latter had. to "let down." It is reported also that Mr. Burns does not relish the Premier's attitude, which he considers truckling to the Labor party. Mr. Bums' friends say Mr. Asquith approved previously of the very resolution which he turned down on Thursday. 2 Coal, Ice and DRAYING Western Transfer Co. LONG BROS.Proprietors Office opposite Balmoral PH ONE ea. ADD I SON fc SON Funeral 321 8t. LETHBRIDGE. Office and Residenoe Phone 101 f. B. ROUFSOM ARCHITECT _ w I Block. JAS. A. MACBONALD ARCHITECT Block, Rtdprth Ltthbridgc, Alt.. Lcthbridgt Lodge (3t) i A. F, A. G. R. A. Regular meeting night, the third Thursday of emeh month iu UM Maeonic Hall, P. 0, Block, at 8 p.m. brethren will alwaja reoetw a hearty welcome. A.C.MESaER. G.V.8TORKEY. w- M- Sectdary, v P. 0. SS7 I EARLY CLOSING BY-LAW jlvditor Herald, I go to hear Aid. Ifcturr on "The beauties of the early (closing bye-law; or a plea that it should "become a text book in our schools." I wilTnot on any account i sit in the name pew with the chap i who went whining to the Council I because a boomerang hurts. He be- j lowed lustily for a six o'clock closing j law and got it. His endeavors to get stationers transferred from the "ex- c-mpt." cla.ss to the "pains and pen- class were most strenuous, t and he succeeded; and now, he didn't j know it was loaded! i Ht; .slobbors a large quantity of brotherly sympathy over Sage, but Sagr most emphatically says, Nix! The intelligence of the Drug men and their customers is grossly in- suited when they are told what class of their is taboo, and what isn't. This u not Russia. We read that the druggists are still ignoring the fad. I know l but it is pitiful to see them resurrect hypocritical "dcn't-asfc-me-after- t-ix" notice from the dust heap and replace it in the window. The dead- liest drup they carry is in a book containing By-Law No. 21, but I guess the police would class it sta- I tioncry. With malice toward all and charily for none, I allow that dogs have lain down with me, and I rise up with fleas. Solem thole! Yours. R. SAGE. FRUIT LANDS FOR SALE We own acres of levtl land free from stones in Lot 812, Creston District. 1000 acres are surveyed in 10 acre blocks which we offer for sale to actual settlers for a limited time RI PER ACRE We guarantee this tract to be the finest fruit land ad- jacent to Crestou When this land is settled, the whole liftct will be one large village witV all the advantages appertaing thereto. It is well watered bymonntain The C.P.R. runs through the property. forest 6 Creston bat the best shipping facilities for fruit, and the best climate of any point in British Columbia. Spend Your Winters in Cresion For farther particulars write immediately to the Canycn City Land and Linter Ca ltd. Meets 1st and. 3rd Mondays' inK. of P Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren are cordially inrited. S. G. DAVIES, W.P 24-ly T J. WHITE, W. S LETHBRIDGE (.OlAat NO. C. B. P. O. E. Keeta on the iccond oi month at 8.15 p.ra. E. A. 8HARMAN, M. PStEST. B- R- Secretary. CRESTON, B.C. Lodge Pride of Alberta, No. 293, Sm of Eqlari befit Met; ia the Knighta of Irst and ikird Tliiwdaj it Monti R p.m. Vititinr riwaja "Walter Applfbj, W. PrMdevt LMffa J MORTH-WEST ASSOCiATIOfl STATIONARY ENGINEERS in Of in tbe Labor Han and and fourth month. Employers ee and out raent, do well to coM witt. HKTW, Obtet W; A. ea- ;