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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 21, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta UTMMIMt, IATU4I6AV, MONEY COLLECTED FOR THE HOSPITAL Canvatt Made By the LtAtt' Hospital Aid WasMeat Soccearful r a Thoosane DoOan Realized Mn. Ura. lin.. CftABB lohn ft ketig to 417 FOftAKCR PHtPARCt TO FIGHT to the THE CaVAKN FOR TAFT Witt at Characiarcf Cincinnati, Nov, now j VorJt .Central Railway Company practically assured that the fifht for lout over one hundred telegrams rer (Toronto Saturday The morning alter the Presidential election ia the United States the New Mn. W K. 0. W. Mrt; '.a 1 H. Morris HOUND The Bentley Co., Ltd...... W, lofram PA 4 Co., Ltd. Alberta Oruf Book. Co. Chow Sam Co.................. IM Co............ 5.OS J. R. Andaftoa Mrs. C. J. Eckatona....... L. S. J. A. Macdooald C. W. Gray'................... Western Transfer Co. f........" G. Co............. t.M M. Frome 190 IM Co G. E. C. B The Good W- Kavi C. W. A. F. Locker Mw. O. G. fcOO MO 1.00 CapipbcU MacKar rT. F. Klrkhain lA Mn.- G. Kerr .........6..., Mn; J. Rankm 1.00 Ma. McAdoo I.OO A. M. aoferton 60 J W TennAul 1 00 W. H. 106 Mrs. Nonpan 1.00 Mr. a oe WaWoex C. C. Mania WalW McKay till political elimination will 4 Ohio, with Charles P. of Judge' Taft, bucking Senator For- afcer. It is understood Senator Foraker within a few days will issue a ment presenting evidence of greatest interest and importance aa to the diaracter of r his .Standard Oil con- leasing orders for, railroad and equipment aggregating in cost "i placed these orders some time ago, and made each order contingent on the election of Mr. says Mr, 'W. C. Brown, vice- president of the company. "I can say positively that other railroads ,of this country have, either already, or C- G, K. Nourse 5.00 auction in the past that 'will put hisi.wi11 within a few orders ease lairly and squarely before the Legkslature aa a candidate for re-clec- tion. Electrical Time Clocks Automatically switch out your lights at of the day or night. Electric Wiring I As installed by us gives the greatest and lightest metre Electric Supplies Of gocx} quality in stock at closiB prices. J. McNiece 1.00 A. J. Jones.................... 1 08 R. N. Shaw 3.00 Jno. BrJPiche.................. 5.M Electrical Dealers and Contractors St, Lethbridge, Afta. Phooe2C4 Gret our PRICES ou Corrugated Iron Galvanized and Painted. Metallic Siding Metallic Shingles before buying elsewhere "We have jnst placed a carload the well-known Metal Shingle and Siding Co.'s goods in stock HUH'! MmcniiG mmm Office and Factory cr mil H the money. and commercial markets of the.coun- try would be too seriously to warrant us 'entering upon' e.xten- operations." This is ex- p'anation" put forward. "But does not Mr. Brown perceive. the true nature of the thing, done? If a few men in control of vast aggregations of ccpital can, from motives they deem good, coerce the nation into accept- ing whichever Presidential candidate they choose, could not the same co- ercion be exercised with greed as the -motive? Could it not be done in order to elect a man friendly to ag- gregated man who look on and not interfere with those R. Coultry LOO G. W........................... .50 50 Friend Mrs. Shaw 5.00 W. C. L. J. Armstrong R. W. Wallace 5.90 5.W 1.00 A Friend l.Of Sing 1.00 D. S.OO G. Cribb...................... H. K. .Underwood l.X Fred, Lowfrove s 1.00 Leonard Green .OO H .50 T. R. Davidson S.OO A. Sottthard V................. 1000 ABHMEAD 8TBEKT Collector, Mrs Southard. ;ty'; C Ives Miw B. BenneU .-r...... J. Proctor 1.00 MK. W. C. Simmons 100 j; Harpsr 5.00 BABTLETT STREET E. A. Cunningham 10.00 T. M. Evana 3.00 Jas. Rose Mrs. Ranntrd................ S.OO Mrs. Taylor 1.00 Mrs. Sipley MK. Tail 1.00 C. -.40 .50 THE Co. Ltd, mnmuL muam, vmicmm Ipetted 1% the JMW Bowman Block, Crabb Street _ r districts. None of the othrr members of the t comniiittfo would vote with him to' give the school laundry to Chinamen.' 5.00 1.00 Dodman QQ A. Smith.............___..... 1.00 Mrs. Oliver 5.00 A. Stafford............. 5.0C 2.00 .10 BARONESS ROAD-ColIector, Miss Blagburn, Hardy.................... -5 00 2.00 5.00 ENGLAND'S RICH LANDOWNERS. Two of Them Worth Eight Mil- lion Pounds -Sterling Othtr Wealthy Mtn. London, Nov. 14. Only the Income Commissioners have an idea how B. B. Hoyt J. A. Silver D. S. McCaig 2.00 COTJRTLAND STREET-Collector, Mrs. Rcove. Airs. K. F. Reove 05 QO Mrs. W. Burnett 5.00 Mrs. W. 0. Hutton........... 5.00 Mrs. F. W. Brown 1.00 Mrs. John Taylor ..............25 Mr. Jesse Walker 5.00 many millionaires there are in the United Kingdom. Even they can only, draw inferences from the an- nual profits disclosed and from the number of estates on which high death duties paid. One class of millionaires can, how- ever, be ascertained with some ac- men whose possessions are in land and buildings, and who have to pay duty according to their capital -value. The. Statistical Abstract oi the Unit- ed Kingdom, just issued, shows, the number of landed proprietors whose estates are worth a million .sterling or more. They may thus be auni- NO HOP SUBSTITUTES London, Nov. announce- ment interesting to American hop growers whose is in great demand in this country, wag made by Premier Asquith this .afternoon, to the effect that a bill would short- ly be introduced .in the House of Commons prohibiting the use of hop lubutitutes in the manufacture of beer. Medicine Hat Times: The weddiiif took place on Wednesday afternoon at half past four St. Barna- bas Church, of Annie Loutaa Watts, of Warwickshire, England, and Mr. Thomas Handle, of Milk River. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Mr. Clark, the bride being given away fay Mr. John Osgoode of Mon- tana.. 2.00 2.00 CALDER ,-OMINATED SaUcoats, Xov: lO.-At a large con- A Friend J. Eddy 200 fill a vacancy caused by the resigna-j Karl tion of Thomas MacNntt from the'j. Christenson provincial legislature. COLLIDED WITH WALL ov. jji. Bad- p-tt. of clerk in a local branch r.f Dank of Commerce, ivhilo pnrticipatinjr in a blind men's A. Weber K. Ehrlcr D. J. McCormick 1.00 5.00 2.00 .00 .001 I .50 .25 Firth if McKay 1.06