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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 23, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LtTHeniDOB, AtBIRTA, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1908. 'K DaUy HenlM^ ^^^^^ IMIf .4M ytM. dati^rw^ Mir. tlx bf Mil ... niut be �iT�B. ivoRi^ot overworked during thoi* months. Wo presume the i-cnson for ihlu eondttlon tvns the i^bsciico ot orders. The trouble with tUc conl tlcnl-ors in Saskntchownn is that thoy hold off thoir orders until winter is almost at hand, The mines ore then rushed to meet the demand and the railroads cannot supply the cars, Or dors must como in oorller and ship mcnts must bo miide some months bofoiv the cold wortther sets in if coal famines are to bo avoided. M devoid sddreu He 'said the lid should be lifted trou* the deportmont.s of HnUwoys nnd Canals, Public Works ond Interior, and he intimated thnt if this were done a state of graft wuukV be disclosed that would shock the pub lie.  TVm^sc are the sentiments of B. IV Osier, f, ortKorvtttivc M. 1�. That g�n- TMB DUTY rOF.THE. RATEPAYERS The hospital bylaw should b� endorsed xinanimdusly os a tr'ibute to the gtmerosity of Mr. E.T. Gait, it for no other reason. LonK ttKO iJsthbriUgc would have had .to put its hands Into its treasury and established ai\d nialntalucd a public, hospital had it not been lor tlic provision oJ such an institution by the Oalt family and the A. �. tt t. Co. While this city and the government have contributed in recent ycors to the maintenance of the Oalt hosipital the principal contributors have been tlic Gait family and the A. iR. .A I. Co. The hospital was founded, by these parties, without a cent of cost to this city. ^ The �pportunlty is now afforded the. people of this city to possess one cf the best hospitals in the West by voting for the bl'law to raise $30,-000 and guarantee an annual contribution of at least tl.OOO towards the maintenance of the institution. Alongside of this sum Mr. Oalt puts another fSO.OOO out of his pockot as a gift. This 160,000 wUl enable most substantial nnd modem hospital to be built, providing for the needs of the sick and injured of this city ami district for a good many years to come. The defeat of the bj'law might mean that the city would have to undertake the establishment of a city hos pital without any private aid for thu present Oalt hospital is totally inadequate in size and conveniences to meet the growing demands. A larger building is a nccessitj-. Mr. Gait's offer opens the way to .secure it with little expenditure on.the part of the city compared with what would be required if the establishment of a city hospitol pure and simple was to be undertaken. One thing is certain thnt the defeat of lliis bylaw would indicate to Mr. Oalt that his gift was not npprv- j ciated b.y the city and naturally ho would not be expected to repcot the offer. In casting their ballot.s citizens must keep thnt fact in mind. If thoy do the Herald has no hesitation in saying that tlie bylaw will be un-aniraou.sly adopted. tlcman will make such Insinuations in and out of the House of Commons but ho will not dare to make a y h ivo bjjn in Vlto yslom for aoma timo. Tlioro may li.we been bMkaoho*, swolling of the feot and ankles, diaturlHinoea of the urinary organa, �uoh M brick dust deposit in the urine, highly eohinxl aoanty or cloudy urine, bladoar p�tii9, frequent or auprasMiI urimi/ tion, buruing senution when urinating, elo.' IK* not liogluot any of th-jsa RVmptoms, for, if negleotod they will evantually load to Bright'* Di!i.>�ae, Dropsy and Dii^botes, On the fiiMt sign of any tlin;j wrong l>o-vn's tu Kidney Pilla ah iidd be takoi the Beat ot trouble, stronalhon the kidne' and help Ihnm to filter the blooil properly and flush off all the impurities which cause Tlie Toronto Globe points out that the Scot still holds his own among the Sassenach. The new archbishop of York, like his predecessor. Archbishop Maclngan, is of Scottish Presbyterian stock, his father being IVin-cipnl J. Marshall Lang of Aberdeen Universit.v, who was -successor to Xorman Maclcod in the Barony Church, Gla.sgow. nnd successor to the late l'rlnci|)al Cavon in the I'res-idency of the Alliance of Presbyterian and Heformctho transportation facilities so badly needed. Tho Alberlu government can offer the solution and wo l>elieve that it will. (Ft-mie Ledger.) Two new locals have been organised in District No. 18 U. M. \V. of \. this week, one at Corbin, B.C., with upwards of .^ixty-cight member.s, that wa.s organized by Mr. Thomas James, ,ind one at Passburg, Alta., near Bellevuo with a niemborship of twenty. Thi.s i.s a pood .sign and speaks well for the energy of the district officials. J. A. Macdonald organized the local at Pa.s.sburg. Tin; district now ha.s over 4,000 in il:5 rank.s ajui all member.^ are in good standing. A KNOCK FROM FERNIE (Keriiie Ledger.) There are n queer lot of people clown nt I.ethbridge calling themsolv-I's the Indipeiident Labor Party of Lcthbridge-whatever that nieans. Most of them are cither Liberal or Tory heelers; ttuy liMve chosen Don-laid McNab as their candidate, ami expect the Socialists to take the slump for them. W'e are sorry for McNab who is an lionest Scotchman witli a big family, and whose chief fault is that he is a Liberal of tin-Siiiimon.s school. However he has the Bjiving grace of lielonging to the U. M. W. of A. and there may be no coriteflt. If the Socialist |)nrly contests Leth-bridge riding. McNab will lose his deposit. (Cardston Star.) .\ farewell party was tendered Mr. and Mis. Robt. Iboy at the rosideiue of Mrs. C. E. Snow on Wednesday evening. Tho house was crowded with Card.slon's best and a very enjoyable evening was spent. The program consisted of ^'peech-making, singing and recitations. As a token of esteem it) which they are hold by the people of Cardston, a beautifal set of books were presented Mr. and .Mrs. Ibey. .\fti|ation. * (Cardatun Star.) Dr. J. K. Levering who has been located in Cardston for the past few months, left yesterday for Lethbridge, whore he will commence a practice. During his brief stay here tho doctor gained many friends who will regret to learn of his departure, from Cardston. His office will be located in .'the Odd Follows Block where he will always be pleased to meet his friends, both professionally anil (itliorwise. Dr. hovering was well pleased with Cardston, but as two doctors were already here, and a good opening was presenting itself in Leth-bridgi', he thought it best to locate there. Business Men's Luncheon NOVEMBER 24 at the HUB CAFE Cream of Tomato Roast Cliicken Mashed Potatoes String Beans Trifle We have jtiat recoived a oar-loiid of Fir Doors and Stave Columns direct from tlio Coast, and now liavo^, the largest and finest stock of plain and fancy fir doors in Southern Alberta, 1 he South Alberta lumber Co. Ltd. Corner W.mImi . ler it Ford Just Soutli Of the fiiison Mill Phone 225 i.O.Box 854 Merchants & Contractors Wo liave the teams and we're here to do the business Qrajfing & Contract Work of all kinds promptly attended to You will do well to get our ' prices before placing your orders f-lsewhere flayr Transfer Co. H. Hayrand W. G. Hole, Props. PHONE iSO �  Fresh Oysters At the Hlberta Restaurant Shoi t Orders at all Hours Oliver Block Phone 228 ^ Coal, Ice and PRAYING Western Transfer Co. LONG BROS.Proprietors Office opposite Balmoral 1 Buys Of all Kinils I i I 10 acres in Fruit in B.C. to trade or sell Farms to sell on crop pnymont plan Lethbridge Property we either buy or sell Alberta Realtjf Co. Coildile llocii :; LetJibrldge OR, W. S. QALBRAITH I'hytlclan, Surgeon, AccoucTitr Office 914 Redpath St. Plione HOURS: Betore 9 a.m.. 51-3; 7 3 p.m. I I PH ONE ea CANADIANS TO THE FRONT (Otlawii Free Pre.s.s.) j It is interesting to he told thnt the] ijiiiy two life insurance conipanie.s l Kingston, who went to China! for the ^.Manufacturers' Life. To dine once at our cafe invariably means that you will become a regular patron. We have the most extensive menu in the city Board Rate, per month . $20 " " per week . $5 Meal Ticket .... $6 Single Meal .... 35c Chow Sam Co. McKelvie & McOuire's Old Staiul SHORT ORDERS AT AU HOURS 2. ND �HAND STORE I am really too busy to write advertisements, and after all this store is its own ad. Everybody tells everybody else what bargains they can secure and what a " nice young feller " I am (Tut, tut), Frank Waddington XE-LEPHON E 261 410 ROUND STREET L. M. JOHNS>ONE Barrister and Scllcltor Offlce adjoining Onion Lethbridge buuk, as-irr WHEN YOU WANT Good Meals AND Clean Rooms In Grassy Lake go to MAH TOY YATT RESTAURANT Grassy Lak'j - Alia. OUR POINT OF VIEW Ono now railroad running .soutk in tlila province woulel .serve present need.s, Some BaKUatchewuu towns are worried over ft coal Nhortuge and neeni to be in doubt an to tho cause of it. As Is well kaown the mines at Tnber were clo.sed the greater part oi the uniiner nnd the mine at lA'thbridge TORONTO WON Oltnwii, Nov. 2ii.-Toronto University won the inter-collegiate ehaui-pionsliip here yesterday defeating Queens (Kinj^'ston) twelve to nothing. .\t halt' time the score was four to nothing. The victors play Hamilton ne.vt ,Salur(lMy for ijie Ddniinion ehampionshij). Ghristmas Numbers of Graphic Hully Leaves TllustratedLondon News With premium picturoi suitable for framing 0. P. R. HAD TO WHACK UP { Ornngeville, ,\(iv. 22.-The jury, a[-: ter four liours' di'liberation, nturn-ed a unanimous vi^rdict in favour of Maitland K. .Stewart for .$11,500. Tlie other cases were settled as follows: WilliaiM J. Robinson, Toronto, $'J,-250; W. K. Kent, Orangeville, .1:4,000; Janus Kvissell, Dviudulk, $2,250; Mis.s Lillian Corby, Midancthon, $2,200; Miss Auni^tte Sti.'warl, Markdal^, .$1,000. Stewart claimed $25,000 dain-aj.'es from Ww C. V. R. for injuries arising out the Culedon wreck at the Horseshoe Curve on September ;t, 1907. CHARUEY MEEQAN HAPPY NOW Hamilton, Nov. 22.-The Hamilton Tigers, cliampion.'i of the inter-pro-vlncial union, outclassed Toronto athh'tics, winners of the Ontario Rugby union. Score 31 to 8. DUTY ON WOOL Ball Loke City, Nov. 22.-.\ .^lill highi-r duty on iniporte and Wa-tiTl'io. 111.; tliiialia, Ni'lj.; Kanfius C'ity. St. .Toaeph iiiul St. Louis, Mo. Tickets on sale daily DEC. I to 31, INCLUSIVE t-'ood to rcturii witliin tlut'e inoiitli.s. .\|)|>ly t(i iicMiist C. V. Ry. .Agi'nt for inforinalion. CANADIAN ANNUAL EASTERN CANADA EXCURSIONS Low Round Trip Rates to ONTARIO, QUEBEC AND MARITIME PROVINCES Titdiid.s on .sain Doc. 1 to Dec. 31, in cliiidvo, good lo return within three months. Ticki'tH i.saucd in connection Atlantic Steamship Burliness will be on sale from Nov. 21, upd limited to five months from date of issue, i^inest Equipment. Standard First class Sleeping and Tourist Cars on all Through Trains 2 Through Express Trains Daily THE "TORONTO EXPRESS" Loaves WiniiJ|jeg daily at 22.10, making conupcfona ul Toronto for all points east and west thereof. Apply to nearest C.P.R. Agent for full inforinalion. JA8. A. MACDONALD ARCHITECT Macdonald Block, Redpath Street Lethbridge. Alta. Lethbridge Lodge (39) A. F. Si A. M., Q. R. A. Regular meeting nighv, the third 'hurdday of each month in the JMasonic Hall. P. O. Block, at 8 p.m. Visiting brethren will always receive - hearty welcome. A.C.ME88ER, G.V.BTORKEY, W. M. Secretary, P. O. Box m lethbridge lerieNo. 157 Meets Isl and ard M o n d ays in K. of P Hall at S o'clock. VisitiuK brethren are cordially invited. S. G, DAVIES, W.P 2'i-ly T WHITE, W. S LETHBRIDGE LOUub NO. 3b C. B. P. O. E. Meets on t)ie second Tuesday of each mouth at 8.15 p.m. : : : : E. A. SHARMAN, M. PRIEST, E. R. Secretary Lodge Pride of Alberta, No. 29b Sons of England Benefit Society Mnvt ill tlio KniKl.te of I'ythiu" Uall ovfrj flrut ami iliirU Tliuigiliij' ii� tlie loouili Hi 8 p.III. ViBiting l.riitliroii ulwuyH wul como. Wullflr Amilebj, KiW T. UuliliiB, �Sic, W. PrtBuleiit Box 67. -Lethbridge Lodge No. 3- NORTH-wilsT ASSOCIATION OP STATIONARY ENGINEERS Meet in the Labor Hall e^ek'y aec-and and fourth Mondaii in the mouth. EmpliyerB requiring certificated eu gineers, and engineers out o( employment, Hiuld do well to communicate with UB. ROBERT NEVIN. Chltt W. A. DIOKBON. Secretary. 44-lyTd-� 50 1600 ;