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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 26, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta Mbcriy and we are not for or to have the it oacc acaia iu claim to rank for people and of IU cattarifeord from the day it cd power until the jjreseot, displays IU ftMernew to serve ihe people. It by a provincial Ml to taow IB taw world. At laoi an- worM, and our paopla ta worM-tl hoaent. and Oady ftufftia U vonie governed. la of China we by as the But atxHiki be a vory framt Power tad if it act tor prMisut djrttuaty aawi ttoirdir ty of miarute we ehouUt not today have to by and- watch little Portugal rwatk out for a station in .our great country, or let Germany ami the im Italiaac and other nations por tion us off like chikfrwi dividing nuts Skin it at tatir-'j to Bmitat Btoui and drive all tits amly BML aa4 wfcaa I wot m it voaai i toby. 4ootar a jaWdin'ma bai U on 4ootora_____ I taaa aot oua bottk of Kttow wd it was all aaed Bark- '-Key ask MS to to China lor this for Htthi-. Xverj' day are saving our iieajiififi until a day when we shaK back bullets and blow the dyn- asty to MSP t Hn. Of VIEW tetophoae syctem providing for tha As soou as the new scales art in- stalled at the eity market distrietc without this great utility, Voml exchangee and long distance con BMtioM. Thm it acquired the. prop- >rty of the Bell Telephone Co. aad the province of Alberta is serv- ed only telephone syatem. own- ed and the people. master will have an as sistant 'there to look after (be weigh- arrangement wac made by Its "ry system has'enablad the farmers to get a big for their witter and added "to the reputation of this province a producer of high class butter. This government, in the face of op- position' from the corporations, pass- ed aa eight hour law for miners and a workmen's compensation act, both of which indicated the friendship oi ing. the city council when Mr. Wadding- toit was appointed. The first attempt 10 adopt local option in Alberta has been ful. live eyes of temperance all over the province were on Clares- party for the cause of holm nad yesterday. waged there for several weeks, 'both parties putting forth their strongest arjfuiuetits for and against the measure. It required a three-fifths majority to carry. vote shows that the temperance peo- ple-did get a majority of the ac- tual votes cast. Jit is not likely the Alberta government, [result 'will discourage the temperance the Liberal labor. Now the through the -Premier, announces aggressive railway policy. Realizing that the province is being rapidly set- tled and that people are taking up land many milcu from existing rail- Vays', Ihe government has decided to the construction of rail- ways into these districts without transportation facilities. Assistance workers. They expected to prosecute their efforts in the dircc tion of local prohibition in other parts of the province. A Toronto paper tells its readers that 'the Sheffield choir is not to be compared with Toronto's great choir the choir. Toronto nev troubled vita Surea oa' my fyt fiailly be-, caaw ao bad X iwl BO to tka doctor it, but ka cvoli do to "I Blood d to try a bouiu. I caoool Mttd B.B.B- M I BOt all botfte besore uiy wafc Just placed In stock Tk tattey b, Itt i for by.ail drugguu and dealera, will be given to railroads at to I or fails: to build lines all over the province. Thisl0f itself- j ,is'great and good news for" the pie already on the lasd-snd.it assures-j The Alberta SHEFFIELD CHOIR STORY A storj' of a two hundred mile jour noy, made by an elderly uiau to.cn a he had never seen, is told by the Londonr in con- nection 'with the visit of the Sheffield Choir to that city. Iletiry Burnett from don, England, to Stockbridge, Michi gan, sixty years ago, and is now the denizen of a connnunity where col lars are apd clothes outlivi tlicir ornamental state. Advance notices, giving the names of the choristers, must''have'Coutu their way to the farm of the. elde Burnett, "and-awakened a desire in his .heart to see the faces and hear the voices "of his countryinen again as he appeared in London on the day previous to: the arrival of the choir and was first on 'the platform t greet .the singers .on their arrival. rTbe contrast between the rugget old in an ancient suit have an exalted -opinion la: flannel shirt, innocent of collar j [and a-venerable felt hat, and with out an overcoat or gloves to shiel him from the chilly air, and the well government again a. rapid increase Tri population as.wsll for the entrance of railways into sec- tions of the province without them, will, result in a great rush for the un- occupied lands. The people always follow the railways. Ih making the announcement of this policy "the' Premier had his Ynind on the southern, part ol the province. In his published' statement 'he says: Vroves itself a friend of the people. It announces that it is going to pro- vide, the "province with a net work of railways. "In 'the "'past two in southern portion 'of tho province, the production of (rain and coal has quite outgrown the facilities for their transportation, and unless remedy effected the development of that groat country win be The Premier makes .it clear that the south will get what it so much requires, railways. Xo longer will will we have to depend upon one rail road. Xo longer will it be necessary for farmers to drive sixty and seven- ty miles to market their grain. We are to have railroads that will go to the farmers instead of farmers having to drive miles to the railroads. New railways in Southern Aiberta will mean wonderful development for this district in the immediate future.! The absence of railways has held back many people from going upon fertile land in this section of Alberta. The announcement that the govern- ment is going to introduce an aggr'es policy, will attract Raymond Nov. fifty houses are quarantined with measles There are few homes in are not some members which have the measles. The German measles is what most of the people are hav- ing. "have "been no re- sults so far., Drs. Rivers and Amos have been kept very busy, and have care of their many pati- ents. Fifty per cent, of the school cliiid- rea are out of school, either with the measles or some member of the fam- ilv having it. Glides, seventeen year old son of R. H. Glides, underwent a serious operation last evening for appendicitis. He has come out or the operation and though very low it is hoped that he will recover. travellers who alighted from the train, was strong enough to tract the attention of many. The happy chance which governs such cases, brought uncle an nephew together without much and the two shook hands ami. at ease on -the spot. The nephew Invited himself to spent the Fbefcv Stick tfLafcs aM1 Mines 1 he South Alberta lumber Co. Ltd m Ml UN fcft Hi is LMT, mi m Cnfc Wr MM) to if F. German Tke SHoentii 'Between Sage's and Roy's The South Alberta Lumber Co. Ltd. Corner W in ster FOTU tap of tf Us 10 averetiu Fruit ID B.C. to trade or B to on crop Letbbridge Property tre either buy or sell PW225 r O.fci 654 Lfcthbridge New Dayton tain fa's Intel NOVEMBER 26 at the HUB CAFE Split Pea Soup 'Broiled Tenderloin Mashed Potatoes Beets Apple Dumpling 'Guess you can't do it said tfie old man. T live over 200 milts from here, and it's more than a night's journey.' The "chorister' was to relative; he took him to the concert and to the Vanquet v terw Is, and seut, him way hi the 'Guess I will go back to my in the cid m.m can't get back to alth. ugh T would like to. Most all niv' folks there are dead. Well, it v. great trip, and I enjoyed :t. now settlors to this Cnmmins has handed in his res'gna- Chaflie Bell, a live the Lyceum tonight. sive railway thousands or country. Alberta should be grateful tion a3 Governor. that it has in power a government of so aggressive a type. It is fear- less in its efforts, to serve the people. Corporations possess no grip upon it. It has been fighting the corporations from the day it took power, and Its latest action makes its chum for pub- lic approval more emphatic thun ever. The construction of new railways through Southern Alberta is worth more to than the capital or the university. The government cannot j for their const met ion too soon. We sincerely hope that tho an- CUMMINS ELECTED Dos Moincs, la., Nov. a vote of 106 to 35 Governor Albert B Cummins was elected tu: the United States Senate this afit-rnoon at the close of the oint session. Senator comediartp MR. DOUGLAS HAS SUSPICION Calgary, Nov; received in the city yesterday from Mr. Hovr- ard Douglas, who has been in Mon- tana for the pisrpose of superintend- j j ing the last shipment of buffalo se-j cured by the Dominion Government, indicates that their escape was not an acident. The corral was opened by design. The.-e has bscn a lot of resentment over the sale of these cinimals to Canada, and it has been j boasted that they would never bo i removed. The buffalo will not bo rounded up again till next spring. To dine once at our cafe invariably means that yon will become a pat- ron. We have the 'most eitensi ciry-' tad Rate, per per week leal Ticket Sink Heal 8 35c Chow Sam Co. McKelvie Old Stand SHORT MtDERS AT AU HOOKS MAKES 50 HEAD OF Heavy Mares and Geldings Tt W Sea it fry lUifcd Sale SUWes Wood St. ftOftSSIONAL OED8 DA. W. ft. QALBKAITH Atcaocliaf W4 Redpath 64. U HOUB8: Before a.m., 8-3; 7-4 p.m. O. 4. OOURTICI ol 111. to IS; 1 to 2, Btock OR. J. B. ELLIS ocimtT Graduate ol Hewrrc Uuiver Cleveland Ohio. OfFICE-WHITNEY BLOCK Phooe 307 Hours: 9-12; 1-4 MADAM NOHVAN WARM HOUSE WITH NO PLASTER Per Cent Less Requires no expensive labor YOU Can Put It Write Fot Free Sample and instructions forapplying, sending name of dealer to .SOLE AOENTS MAN. For sale locally by all lumber- daalers PACIFIC Teacher of piaaoiorte. arjan and voiee pcoduoiiob. Visits or- pupils, prepare or for exanu. MR. ERNEST F. LAVTON, Pupil of Geo. Wilbey, London, Eng.. aixl of Frank E. Blachford. ,open for a limited" number' of Pupils. Abo for Conceru, At BaiujueU, ete. Terms on t.pHcaUoc 2IJ. Western Excursions Single Fare Plus 12.00 for the Round Trip From all stations in Ontario, Port Arthur and west, Manitoba, Sas- katchewan "and Alberta to mmm VICTOflUand mmm Also to OKfNAGAN VALLEY and KOOTENAY POINTS TickeU on sale December I, 2, 3, 17, 13, 19, 1808. January 4, 5, 6, 21, 22, 23 and 24, 1909, good to'return within three -months. MR. ALBERT ELY Pupil of Dr.Briggs, M. A.. Singing and Voice Culture. Pupil of Chas. Hancock, F.R C.O., L.E.A.M., Organ and .Theory. Voict Culture, Pip. Organ, Pi.no, Harmony and Thtory, Song Singing for Concerts, itals, Etc. .Terina on Application. Alta. We nouncement of government policy will be followed by an announcement that the construction of railways is; to be immediately undertaken. j CHINAMEN NOT SORRY. The feeling of Chinamen on this I side of the Pacific in regard to the! deaths of the Emperor and Dowager- Empress of China seems to Jw in ac- cord with the sentiment expressed by .a T-Cthhridcre Celestial, when notified of the Kmpcror's death, "Me no sor- Allow No One ry; he no Sorrow does not seem to have seiz- ed the hearts and minds of most of them. Th? Kmperor and the Dowag-j rr arc condemned as being retrogros-1 sivc and again.vt the advancement of; China as a nation. 1 One very well educated Chinaman, ruskcd not to he quoted hy name, isj quoted follows hy a York pa-i '-The Consul asked us to hnng out ttve he said, "but I gave the American flag another pull and raised it oven a bit higher. The Em- peror should have died long ago. As for that old woman she never should have been bom. Once I thought my to give yon a greater equi- valent for your money tfaiu can be found in our Christmas line of Dolls, Games, Toyi, Books, De- corations, Pictures, Photo Albnms and Wri- ting Sets, Toilet Cases. Flush Goods, etc. Large Choice in Lethbridge Souvenirs of Leather, Wood China and Metal Manufacture J. have again succeeded in getting just the right foods for you, and your aily response is proving that success always suc- AMPLF; STOWAGE Fresh Oysters Mterta Restaurant Sho) at all Hours Oliver Block Phone 228 WHEN YOU WANT Good Meals AND Clean Rooms In Grassy Lake go to MAH TOY YATT RESTAURANT Grassy Laks Alta. Oxford Cafe j SERVES GOOD MEALS. I Has been Remodelled Preah Oysters, Cigars, Fruit and i Confectionery FONG Proprietor Get onr CANADIAN HAMILTON YOUNG ENGINEERS AND .SURVEYORS Room Block. C.F.P.Conyboare, B. Morton K.C..D.C.L.. BCL VOKES BARRISTERS, SOL1-TITORS, ETC. Offices: Conybeare Block, L.thbridge, Alborta. W. C. SIMMONS Advocate, Barristor. Etc Office: Southard Block. ADDISON SON Funeral 321 Crabb St. _ LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. Office and Residence Phone iQjf 8. ROLF8ON ARCHITECT Whitney Black. on Corrugated Iron Galvanized and Painted Metallk Siding Metallic Shingles before buying" elsewhere We nave just pkced a carload of the well-known Metal Shingle and Siding Co.'s goods in stock OinU'S MlNHFIIGTUIlie wnnxt Office and Factory dr.miNrf INK STKHI Telephone 153 I 195 4' yon ever THE BOSTON LUNCH For a tasty meal served on the shortest notice. Lunches Put Up For Outing Parties The Boston Lunch NEXT TO ARLINGTON BOTH BARONESS ROAD THEY ALL AGREE 'TIS BEST FOR ME to drink Albert n's Pride if want Jo lu-althy, hnppy and vriso. Tho wisdonj in drinking only a t-J beer, sufficiently "lagcrcd" to givo good rod corpuscles to tbe blood i di the First, last ar.d all the time, drink Lethbridge berr. iiLETHBRIDGE BREW1NG4 MALTING COMPANY, Ltd Place Your Orders for OWING ANNUAL y. POINTS LOW ROUND TRIP RATES to St. Paul and Minneapolis, Minn.; Milwaukee, Wu.; Chicago, 111.; Coun- cil Bluffs, Dea Mcines; Marshall- town, Cedar Rapids, Sionx City, Fort Dodge., Bubuque and Wa- terloo, la.; Omaha, Neb.; Kansas City, St. Joseph and St. Uouis. Mo. Tickets on sale daily DEC. I to 31, INCLUSIVE good to return within three months. Apply tu nearest. C. P. Ry. Agent for information. A. MACOONALO ARCHITECT, Macdon.ld Block, Alto.. A. F. 4V A M., G. R. A- Regular meeting night, the thirrt Thursday of each month in Mawhic Hall, P. 01 Block, at 8 p.m. Visiting brethrfco will always a hearty welcome. A.C.ME88ER. G.V.8TORKEY, Secretary, P. 0. Box 687 JUS. FUME Satisfaction Guaranteed PHONE 289 CANADIAN ANNUAL EASTERN CANADA EXCURSIONS Low Round Trip Rates to ONTARIO, QUEBEC AND MARITIME PROVINCES Tickets on sale Dec. 1 to Dee. 31, in elusive, good to return -within three months. Tickets issued in connection Atlantic Steamship Business will be on sale from Nov. 21, and limited to five months from date of issue. finest Equipment. Standard ctacs and Tourist Cars on all Through Trains 2 TVeqjh Express Trains Baity THE "TORONTO EXPRESS" Loaves Winnipeg daily at 22.10, mak- ing connect'ons at Toronto for all points ar.d Apply to nearest C.P.R. Agent for full information. mat q-s Meets Tat and 3rd Mo n d aye inK.pf P Hall at S o'clock. Visiting brethren are cordially invited; S. Gr. DAVIES, W P 24-ly T J. WHITE, W. S LtTHBR IOGE C. 8. P; O. E. Meela on the second Tuesday ol each month at 8.15 E. A. SHARK AN, M. PRIEST. E- R- SecreUry Lodge Pride of Alberta, No. 293 SMS if locttt kcitti Meet in llic Hall evrrj fir-Btnnd thinl Tljumlay in the month at 8 p.m. Visiting tiythrt-n always weJ coise. Walter Applebj, W. FrM T. S, Bus: 57. L. M. Barrister and Sdicitor Office Union Batik NORTH-WEST ASSOCIATtOM Of ENGINEERS Meet in the Labor Hall tnetj and and fourth Moodar, in BuOntii. Employers rfrqviriDf certificated eu- gioeerB, and enfineen out of employ- ment. n do welt to eommuniemte with M. ROBERT NEVTN, Chief W. A. DIOKOON, Secretary. ;