Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 26, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta
TMUI J U to be OM ft! ae (Wan Thai cQaVttaMaAeL lMM4i then will likaiy considerable j. (Proa C ncMUr tliwftad la MBOK of to to tiw lot oT etty- utpal U la Ukkif a Jttf thft to to- oBei Wodetnuee. preeidiaf at 1 of, Las lattar i id w tO4Lr report Canadian Pacific bad oc fetter jteeured ot. tfcft way, tke at the TXt-tlJ ootUoc ex- bothered the fact that Which tffftfc thB jlqftVJyQSTt., XT. W B. Talt cot yet PrasMieat-elect ol the UaiUd This, aa BAB beta txplaiaed, is because tht their president, not by popular vote, but through ekctor ayvteu iairly outlined poiata Do aqt forftt to the ho4- pita) by lair oa WadjMftday. U not be. VuM.to turn dowo, .the suap ever offered the. city. The bttikiiii To frop the waU, bylav, all ia and other rjuildiofcK shquW., clauM. because it i well because it comjauu atusja. is the, city Ujehts "iamtaraA- College, we have all fallen the habit of aajiac. bat each state, ita own tollaft. The a joint mart ing. body ol electors never together. By the provisions of the constitution the electors of the iayrai, gUttes :matt at t state cap- itals X6a a spectfled day and by ueqief., ballot for. candi dates for President ot the United States., and; only, oae of. whom aiajr be a. citizen of the same A list is made and this, after staU ..as .the of.ail the yotee caet, been, signed-toy every elector is duly, certified and sealed in an. en velope and to the President o the United Statas Senate. It is one oi constitutional of this officer to open these envelopes; on specified day, in rjthe_ presence of FBICE8 AT DAW8OX The Dawsoo Weakly Kewc. of Octo- ber 30 describes local market in a well stimuUted condition. Many of the. heaviest dealers. declare they are having much better trade for the fall than for several reasons. j Efts are inclined to raise in price, aud are being held by sonaa as high per case. Ham and bacon are being- stiffened i little, some hav- ing advanced from and .ba- con, from 30v.to.-35. Leaaons, were are selling at Some of the egg. have written to start thau; over-ice shipments Janu- ary 1, which is two months earlier than usual. ,_ The bananas are about :out of. the market, they are gone there will be no more of them until next well supplied with aftPJkea, oranges, and lemons, and cranberries. The-Thanksgiving large iatewet ia the Alberta paay would coutroK pointed out tha'the second WeAsesdar in The theoretical electors is great, authority of hut they exert the no If t the', successful candidate for president, or 'and it are: flour, flour, whole wheat, SO IDS.. hay, native, toe, hay, ton. oats, Retail prices include the following: AN I NTERE8TI NG .CHANGE (Wiimipeg Free Press Cm.. 8 last, the Roman Catholic Church, iru. Canada- with, the exception of the vicariatea apostolic 6i' Athabasca, Mackenzie, Temiscam- and and the Roman ftr Church in the United States passed-from the control of, the "Sa- cred4vjCongregation oT. tbftJFri opogan- to enter for the future into di- tect relations with the Vatican. in the administration Charlie a' livt comedian, the Lyceum tonight. HIGH-CLASS CONFECTIONERY "BTJDD" REED Snccettor to G. Keed Phons 211 MAKES Lemons, per dozen, West- over, per 75c.; sugar, tea pounds for, eggs, Bawson Lima beans, 7 for a the Roman Catholic. Church, in, Cana- da was "tnc'-i-'ope in a "Sapient! Cauailio" of June 29 last, though the change only took effect on (dollar; potatoes, to tea pounds v u j- u r for rice, eight pounds for a dolr dent should die before the second 3ton ilar. day in January, after .on..election i the electors would be.empowered, der the law, to .vote according :to' their judgment. That contingency has never arisen. No successful. can-? baJs ever died meet- ing cf the colleges. If .a President- A. Y. P. A. The. Anglican foucg..People's As- sociation will in future.7hold its raeet-; ings-in_the: Jicw. Pariah., Hall. The meeting of. Nov. 23rd was the last eiect dJed between the second Monday to be held: in the vestry and., proved of January .aud, the second Wednea-Ja successful final meeting. Anr excels day in February, the. ful "The Rival Fur Compan not be The Re- ies of the- West" was, given, by Miss presentativea would have to bear the Sharmtm, a. .recitation. by Mr. and readings by Mr. Chivers; and Miss the 8th of' this month. In plain English -this development .the Church of Rome; in _Canada Js now out of its..swaddling clothes. In Ronie_ it .baj? hitherto j status, of a and all its, affairs of whatever kind ha been to the Congregation of the a final court of I appeal. The PropjOganda has contri- buted certain sums towards the work of the Church in Canada and this as- sistance. will -rib longer: be the presumption being that the church is sufficiently strong to look after Mm fa's utctai NOVEMBER 26 at the HUB CAFE __ Sr-lit Pea Soup Broiled.Tenderloin Mashed Potatoes Beete Apple Dumpling its "own. needs.; Latterly; the organiza i tion of dioceses and parishes has pro- Q Nov. 30th tlie following debate Igressed with much rapidity in Oana-! to be discussed, "Resolved da and this fact doubtless explains, ten year marriage claxise would ;to; some, of .responsibility.. No- pkdgev tor an none is given. Yet no elector has j ever played his party false. The'-is possibility of a breach of trust is ev-U1 W- of er alarmed the real electors, the pie. The onScial-elector is, McLean, Negative, Mess-j within the Roman Church in Canada ly functionleas, yet the system hastra- Jackson and Asquith. will come before .the different adhered to through thirty Pres- C.' A.. M.P., and Mr. i gations in Rome dealing with the dif- C. F. P. Conybeare, K.C., have cpn-iferent department of the Church's sented to act as judges and Mr. the step taken by conducive to happiness thaajtho Vatican. In future, matters of sentence." Affirmative, [ecclesiastical law which may crop upi WHEN YOU WANT Good Meals WARM HOUSE WITH NO PLASTER Cent IKS Requires no expensive labor YOU Can Put It On Write For Free Sample and instructions forapplying, sending name of dealer to SOLE AOENTS MAN. SO HEAD OF Heavy Mares and Geldings be Sect at City Market Sale SuHks Wtod St. PR, J. B. ELLIS OEMTIfT ol Cleveland Ohio. OFf ICE-WHITMEY BLOCK Phona 507 Hours; 9-12; MADAM (Orcheatrat Piani-te) Teacher of pianoforte, argan voice production. Visits or receives pupils, ?y or advanced. Coaching for Howard Cfstb tkraet and prepara- MR. ERNEST F. LAYTOW, Viotini.t, Pupil of Geo. Wilbey, London, and of Frank E: Blachfdrd. Toronto' is open for a limited number of Pupils. Also for Concerts, At Banquets, etc.' Terms'on'application Phone 212. CAN ADI AN [_____-PAQFIC Western Excursions Singjc Fare for the Round Trip From all stations in Arthur and west, Manitoba, katchewan.. and Alberta to MR. ALBERT, ELY of. Drv Brlgft, M. A., Song Port Sas- Pupil Singing and Voice Culture. Pupil of Chas: Hancock, Esq., F.K C.O., L.R.A.M., Organ and Theory Voke Culture, Harmony and Theory, Song Singing Open; for Concerts, Banquets, Ke- citals, Etc. Terms on Application. Lethbridge, Alta. HAMILTON YOUNG ENGINEERS AND SURVEYORS Room Whitney Block. For sale locally by-all Inmber dealers mmm tHCTflRU and WES1IISTER e, B. Morton Jonev, BCL CONYBEARE. JONES' ETC. Offices: Conybcsre Block Lethbridger- Alberta. Also to VALLEY and XOOTENAY POINTS Tickets on sale December 1, 2, 3, 17, 18, 19, 1008. January 4, 5, 6, 21, 22, 23 and 24, 1909, good to return three months. AND Clean Rooms In Grassy Lake go to MAH TOY YATT RESTAURANT Grassy Lake Alta. ideatial fkulty. electioiw.. without serious dif- Frequently the votes for the several electors the prevailing par- ty in a state vary considerably. For C. Ives as critic. By the same .decree of the Vatican As this meeting is to be the open-j the British Newfoundland and Accounts'- must be PAID before the 15th of each month personal dislike, or other reasons, a-lnS of the new. hall a Asocial p.re removed from over-1 sight of the propogauda; However, voter will "scratch" an elector's w'Tl1- ho spent and refreshments served i But this variation of the votes has..acycr. affected the general result. In 1876 Oregon had an elec- toral squabble .which might have caus ed serious trouble. i It is hoped that the members will turn. out> in full, force and a welcome is assured to everyone interested enough to be present. According to thej returns Tiiden had 184 and Hayes 185 of the electoral votes. J. W.! of the Hayes electors Oregon, was discovered to a Fed-- eral He was postmaster 1 HON. MR. BRODEUR (Edmonton Saturday Xews) A demand is being raised for the: a large portion of the.World still, re- main in the "Mission" stage, includ- ing Norway, Denmark, Switzerland, Greece, the -Balkan, Peninsula., parts of Germany, .Mexico, Australia, Oce- an in and practically the whole of As- ia and Africa. A.L. Wholesale Liquor Merchant 50 P.O. bx 87 CANADIAN PACIFIC ANNUAL Any Prices right. Highest cash prices paid for HIDES AND FURS t I CamtterslCo. IM. Pirt Itfttt, rar tie Kib PI imu muHi C. StMMONS Bvritttr, Etc Ofl3ce: Block. ADD ISDN SON Funtr.l Director, .nd 321 Crmbb St: LETFBRIDGE; ALTA. Office and Residence Phone 108 F- B. ROLF80N AHCHITECT Room I Whitney Block. A. MACDONALD ARCHITECT Macdanald Block, Rtdpath y. POINTS LOW ROUND TRIP RATES to 'St. Paul and Minneapolis, Minn.; Milwaukee, Chicago, 111.; Coun- cil Bluffs, Des Moines, Marshall- town, Cedar "Rapids, Waterloo, Sioux Cify, Fort Dodge, Dubuquc .and Wa- terloo, la.; Omaha, Neb.; Kansas City, St. Joseph and St. Louis. Mo. Tickets on sale daily to 31, INCLUSIVE good to return within three months. Apply to nearest Agent for information. of the town of IjJayette, and the resignation of the present Minister of i constitution prohibited its Federal of-! Marine and Fisheries, Mr. BrodeurJ fice-holdera from serving as RH a result of the revelations that] The SecreUry of State rcrused a cer- j have been made at Quebec. But it! to 'Vatta and save one to would bf hardly just to force his re-j A. Cronin, the Democratic einctor He held the portfolio the highest Watta. how-i but a short time, and the evidence ia ever, resigtwd his and j clear that the rotten state of affairs received an.i the the Quebec agency has been in cx- CURING EVILS (British Ambassador Bryce.) Tho ft-ish to cure evils is altogeth-'; was fought out lyrfore tho electoral Clearly Hayes was tho choice of the majority ot" the people of Oregon for President, and tho com mission: accepted Watt's vote. This incident the danger o} system. It is clearly useless, there has, rwvcr been any concerted action, to substitute a simpler sys- tem." istcnce jor a lony time back. Mr. Gregory, the man in charge, ag- ainst whom the principal accusations aro made, ha-s held the post since Con! federation. None of the Lethbridfe Lodgt (M) A. F. A M., G. R. Regular meeting nighi, the thirrt Thursday of-. each month; in the P. O, Block, at 8pm Visiting brethren recem a hearty welcome. A.C.MESSER, W. M. P. O. Box W7 OUR POINT OF VIEW the i colleagues havo a cloancr rocord yet, Mr. Brodcur. He represents the type of Quebec politician and no good purpose would be. served by ritKJing the governmont of him, sim- ply because with his portfolio he ceeded to responsibility for conditions' People arc continually asking about Oia population 'of the city. The Jong promised chic census would give th.i if It tnken. tor good. But. we need to remember; that progress in social and. economic j affairs is necessarily, for slower andj more difficult than in natural science and its applications. Man is harder} to study than nature is, and the ha-( bits ami character of mankind j change but slowlj-. Jt takes a long! time to alter their preconceived ideas their prejudices and their suspicions.: j Experiments have to be tried and'THEY ALL AGREE Si their rWuUA-to be studied. There is! 'TIS BEST FOR ME none of these economic and social' IM drink Alberta's Pride if we want question's'' which the governments ofi to be healthy, happy and wise. The Kuropc and you im America ore now wisdom in drinking brew- trj-ing to deal with in which we do cd "lagered" to i pivc rvxi curpusOes iu me of the imbiber. First, last and all the drink Lethbridge beer. TO THE PUBLIC' have bought ont the Star Transfer Co. Draying otitfit, and are prepared to execute all orders for I DRAYING promptly satisfactorily. Coal delivered promptly. Csili on delivery. J. S. A. L Tbone 70 Office in nelson Cow's Stort CANADIAN ANNUAL EASTERN CANADA EXCURSIONS Meets 1st and 3rd M o u d ays inK. of P Hall at S o'clock. Visiting brethren are cordially invited. S. G. DAVIES, W.P 24-ly T J. WHITE, W. S a century none which we that were not of his own may solve if we cultivate and of tho existence of which-her as! aCHndld- n and a hopeful well as the general public, could only be made Kwnre Hi'ter such LETHBRIDGEBREWING4 MALTING COMPANY, Ltd gross. As one walks down the splendid j sidewalks 'beside, the graded "streets, i Seats the 'of the councils Thertre kex J9 most apparent. n'uht, the at LyctMm next- Company is it fa hard to truck tat it. Houses tht comic tht Bty." to II p.rfl, office NOT GUILTY THE VERDICT Prince Sask., Nov. __________ Assize here returned a verdict of nott guilty m the of Worobeitz and' CHANQES IN PUBLIC SERVICE Scarocuk, charged with the attempted! Str John. Nov. murrfw-'.of Bartender G.aribrey at. the! Edward Sears, is. slated for the post-! I Queen's .hotel. kit.Duck Lake. The evi-1 mastership of 3f. John in a few days dence did not show that either did in succession I. B. Hannington. the stabbing. 1 who is to Ring Up 108 When you want t DRAYING Done :ptomptly And- satisfactorily JOHN BRODIE Low Bound Trip Kates to ONTARIO, QUEBEC AND MARITIME PROVINCES Tickets or. sale Dec. 1 to Dec. 31, in elusive, good to return within three months. Tickets issued in connection Atlantic Steamship Business Vill be on sale from Nov. 21, and limited to five months from date of issue. Equipment. Standard First- class Sleeping and Tourist Cars on all Through Trains 2 ThrtBgh bprtss Trains Daily LETHBRIOGE LObuc nO. C. 8. P. O. E, I Meeia on the sseond of each month at p.m. E. A. SB ARM AN, M. PRIEST. E- B. Secretary Lodge Pride of Alberta, No. Siu if [KfliM tefit tefetj Meet in tho Kuiglta of Hal! every first nnd thin] Thnrsdaj in the inouM: at 8 p.m.r Veiling Ln-thrcn alwaja wel come. Walter W. President T, R7 THE "TORONTO EXPRESS" Leaves Winnipeg daily at 23.10, mak- ing conoect'ons ,at Toronto for all points east Apply to nearest C.PJR. Agent for tell iniormation. L. M. JOHNSrONE Barrister and Sclicitfrr Office adjoining Union HOHTH-WEST ASSOCIATION OP STATIONARY ENGINEERS rjery in Meet in the Labor Hall aod and fourth llondai month. Employers certificated eu and out of employ meat, do well to communicate with ROBERT NEVIN, Chiei W. 4. D1CUON, SeenUry.