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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 21, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHSRIOOC, AtBEflTA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21, II HSk Daily Herald Printed by the Dally Herald Printing Co., Ltd., vvery Inwtul evening at its offiot). Round St.. Letbbridfte, Alb^lrtk, Catieda. W. A, BUCHANAN. M�na�lnt DL r�ct�r and EdJtar. 8ub*eripfd ... M.M DniTy. ajjr mnnth. dp1ivpr�>d. . Daily, Ihrw months, dpHverpd.; t.M Uai?r. nu" month, delivered .. .35 Dailr, on rear, hj mail .... 3.00 Daily. iii.T roontha. by maU .... I.7B Dni'T. throe month*, by mail,.. .08 Wouklr Herald, one year ..... 1.60 Ad(lrpM�(>,� chanirad m often as desired : hut both n�w and old addreaa iiHst h*- (Ivea. , od ft Ihomancl dolliir.s for Iho h08iA> tivl this yoar by n civnvns of the city. Thl.s ie a big otlvnnco over tho receipts from the biilKs in previous years. The Ittilies arc to be complimented, ! . I? The only trouble the Unymoiul buot sugar factory meela with at present is tho scarcity of lHx>ts. Tlie factory' cannot meet the (ieimuid for tho sugar anrt it is to l)e hoped that the nci-e-ago of beets will bo considcral)ly in-civascd next year so that this important industry will bo able to produce enough .sugar to sujiply tho market. A TRIUMPHANT TOUR Tho Toronto World rcmurlvS that �tjr Wilfrid Laurier may truly contcm plato his tour jof Ontario with sat-isfiiction, and adds: "Ho spoico at Niagara Falls, where Germon was elected, oiul at Tilbury, where SIcOoig was roturnetl. His speech at Berlin iloubtless helped Mackenzie King to victory, and his Clinton and Strathroy speeches won North Perth, West Afiddlescc and South Huron. 'VUc Prime Minister spoke ut Cornwall and Stormont re-tunuHi Mayor Smith. At Kussell ho spoko on behalf of the new .secretor\' of .itate. Hon. Charles Murphy, who wixs elected. In Mpissing. where McCool was defeated, the oircumstanc es were e.xcepMomil. for Mr. Jtc-Oool vvns not a re-sidont of the riding and had but little uersonal communication with his 'l"he rrimo IMiuister's Side Ulshts SATISFIED My days have all been sunny, My nights ail full of eth might be persuaded to take anoUier whirl at it. If 111- will, the people should get after him to do so. for ho has been a cracking . irood alderman and Is getting better all tho time. CAR OF Timl salary raise for the secrotary-itmisurer caine along just in timo to give tho.se duhs whose municipal idea is criticism of tho actions of tho coun cil. .something to build their platform with. An embryo alderman with no other policy than saying I that the other fellows were no good has a very poor sprout. I am not defending Dad's action in giving tho secri>tary-lr^ that the joli is worth .sov-jen hundretl dollars more now than it -Frank Dempster Shennun. in The'was a year ago. Where I want to Xow York Sun. j get my kick in is at those people who losing sight of the larger issues that should be tlu' real issues of the mun-jicipal campaign would elect aldermen on an i!isup involving the immense ON TRACK TODAY I The lentley Co. ltd. Wldmle %ti Ritill ]] IHIIIIIK ��i�i���#i!lt��il>f�r or | siH-ms lo nie that the drivers of Dad's ii Tom-fool way of I am not a jockey The way which the i>eople keep tho.se lirealarm boxes for purol.v or-nauKMital purposes is anuizing. They still send in telephone messages to get the firemen all tanglwl U)) when there is a blaze, when a bo.K is within a block or so. H might be a good stunt for the city to get cards |)rinted giving the instructions and have once placed in each house. As it is the whole system is no good at all simjd.v because it is not worked although it is good enough to work. Business Men's lunctieon NOVEMBER 2H at the HUB CAFE Mulligatawny spring Lamb Cutlets Green Peas Mashed Potatoes Baked 'Apple Dumpling .We hive just received a carload o� Doors and Stave Columns direct from the Coast, and now have the largest and finest stock of p aiu and fancy fir doors in Southern Alberta. IheSouth Alberta lumber Co. Ltd. Corner \V(>hImi >ster �fe Ford JustSouthoftliefilisonMili noM22S i.0.Box654 ! Buys of all Kinds ! 1 I 10 acres in Fruit in B.C. to trade or sell Tarnis to sell on crop payment plan Lethbridgo Property we either buy or sell Mberta Really Co. Goildili Block :: litll^i Merchants & Contractors We have the teams and we're here to do the business Dra)ing & Contract Work of all kinds promptly attended to Yon will do well to get our prices be.''ore placing your orders t-lsewhere Hayr Transfer Co. H. Hayr and W. G. Hole, Props, PHONE 180 BURNS AND THE PREMIIER t an ojiiionenl and he never: lire teaii's has practicing them. dt'scended to the coar.'Jei' u.sages of po iliticnl warfare. t'autious, far-set>ing or hor.se-traiiier but i have heard ilie took no risks, hut made certain of | dozens of men say that the teams will i every step. \s a debater he si)oke.l,e ruineil if driven that way. .Men with rare taste. though not in Ihejirainimr li,rses or kee|iing them in ; manner which is chielly remarkable j training do not drive them up to Of high moral j their limit every day but the.se horses I^OUR LETTER BOX. J (Th� Herald la not responsible for the sentiments expressed in this col- for �niling the hou.se'. Of high moral I ll.eir limit everv dav but the.se horses i >4| coffespondence must be .tsolf open to .se-,^^.^,.^^^^^,. .^^^ ^.^ .lepart-lare driv.n full' licketv-chizzle for iwriter 8 name lo many minds, admims-'tlu,v are worth everv" day and when I ^'^^''''''^ P"l>l'^ttt'�� ^ tration a loftier moral tone than had'the day of the fire, the time of su-i ' biH'M its character for years Ixdon'. | preine elTort. comes they havi. noth-|'-~~ He ga^e kiiMi attention to detail. ;ing m,s, checkers, doiiiiinis, purche-ssi, crockinole, parlor billiard.s, solitaire, etc. Presentation Books lor young and old, including several bindings in bible.s, prayer liooks, hymnals. Catholic Church ,services, lie. l-;legantly bnuiifi ficiion and poetry. Works of tlii' boys and girU' favorite authors, lioys" and girl.s' annuals, Cliallerbo.x, etc. iK arnve. Chri^lma.-, mimherr, of leading periodicals, partly to arrive, lirili.sh, .ViU'-rican and Canadian copyright tiovel.s, only .elect. The Picture Book Department is u show in itself. Some lines in Ihit^ deparlnieiil were bnunht at 'Si cents in the $ and will he cleared out acciirdiiiiily. 'I'liis includes Mime boys' and girl.-' .-tand.-ii'l favorite-, siicli as Robinson Cru.^oe. Pilgrim's Progress. etc., cloth biiiind, worth 50c to 60c, each......................I2; in the l.vceum but j-ou do not .seem to know that there were females with waRon wheels and other infernal articles upon their heads through which it is far more difll-cult to see anything than if one sat ! l>ehind a male head gear. Why do the "Managemont" conduct onl.v the male fools by the coat collars out of their show barn and leave females obstruct the view with the jafTairs they call hats? [ was behind one last nii{ht and as I could not see any oi the acting, had to leave the place for 1 itto, pianos, typewriter.s. wai-es, .stable.>, jaek-in-hox, sleitdi.s, chimes, etc., i>tc. The Doll Department-Well, there SO.MK. and then sonic niorc, :\u.st complete. Violins, accordions and the leading lines in this Dept. have been re-marked ut ................much reduced prices, A new aiul .select tstock nl Presentation Fountain Pens, some of th(>m seem expiMisivi!-hut! AMPLE STORAGE for Goods Until Christmas. Santa Claus Hi.s Headquarlerti R. SAGE, The Picture Framer EARLY CLOSING BY-LAW I'.ditor H.-rald, Sir,-When I go to hear Aid. Ivi-lecturi' on "Tile Ijeanties of the early closing bye-law; or a plea that it should become a text book in our school.s." I will not on any account .sit in the same pew with the chap who Went whining to the Council becausi! a boomerang hurts. He be-lowed lustily for a six o'clock closing law and got it. His endeavors to get Mlationer.s tr.insferrud from the "ex-eni|)t," class to the "pains and peii-idtiiss" clas.s were mcst .strenuous, and he .succeeded; and now, he didn't know it was loaded! He slid)beis a large quantity of brotherly sympathy over Sage, hut Sa(;e most emphatically says. Nix! The inlelligoiice of the Drug men and their customers is grossly insulted when they arc told what clafis ol llu-ir ware.s is taboo, and what isn't. This i.s not Russia. We read that tho druggists are still ignoring the fad. I know it- but it is pitiful t(� see Uiem resurrect that hypocritical "don't-ask-ine-aftor-Hix" notice from tho dust heap and rc|)luce it in the window. The deadliest drug they carry is in a book containing By-I.aw No. 21, but I gues.s the police would class it stationery. With malice toward all and charity for none, I allow that dogs have lain down with me, and I rise up with fleas. Solem thote! Yours,  R. SAGlv CRESTON FRUIT LANDS FOR SALE We own 8,500 acres of level land free from stones iu Lot 812, Oreston District. 1000 acres are surveyed in 10 acre blocks which we offer for sale to actual settlers for a limit