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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 27, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta i t f'. t Vmr-ML.. J V Fit-Refold Sttitt Md always in paaWt style tatte-rtliat they wi fhre eiceBert ttfvicr-ihat titty are die beat {or tha nooey, in Canada. This tradanaii guarantees that every blaring it, give complete and Itstiaf taaWactinii or money UcL Betuod dtir, tradewitk it the Company, (oundeb in Canada of garments. Fall styles are ready. up. (Boa CoawiKf McKELVIE McGUIRE Sole Agents foe FAIRBANKS TO BE A FARMER Up Law OfftcM in in- ..dtanapolis and May oc- at Indianapolis, Nov. copying rooms in the" building the" "of Pennsylvania and Washington Streets as law offices continuously for thirty years, Vice- President Fairbanks vacated them to- day, and his large law library was moved to his house, "and it is said it will be put in the :ittic._- Though Mr. Jaifbankrhas been in politics actively since he has maintained his offices, "and occasion ally has appeared in the trial o cases in court- Since he was electee to 'the Senate, however, he has been more of a consulting attorney than an active hat he has vacated offices his library to hit residence is construed to .mean re- ire from the, active practice of law permanently. riends ,saf that the Vice-president is very fond of the farm, and that he may devote all of his time to his larjfe landed intexfesia in. Illinois after his retirement from office on March 4. ITALIAN CAR WON .-Savannah] Sov. liard of Boston, Mass.., driving Italian entry, the Lancia, fc vao aa att ia batomw, nnl BSJSV M it is ekartr laastsiaoi thai Canada has w> right to ask to ssoaUy Ua ooinsMiTisl panef ia Mf, Btatti coottiVirtr it fco Ha own tay, to do so. aad if jroa will saosa prindafe ia regard to Canada, there wilTha no tfce two hare no right to cosBplsia bceaaae jrou ersci a -aifb tariff, neatlj double as high aa tor the purpose of nrchsding similarly yon have, no right w eotnylain ii Caoada frunea bet tariff to Great Britain, makes a commercial treaty with France, ci for own gives any other country treatment in whioh yoV do not .participate. art matters in which each country bits a perfect right to settle ha own and if we can clearly (rasp this get rid of the notion .that action oi neighbor u not ia oor interest we ace leel irritated and cherish a disposition have gone a loaf way eliminating sources of trouhfc. _' Ratatiafcian Absurd is no ezewe whatever ior either vbountrr -entertaining the idea ot retaliation. It is pvrery a tion of bosinesa jind' busi- ness each try mnsi. consider what is .best ior itself. "You are .perfectly able to get along withoutimafciat meuts with Canada, and Canada has shown itself perfectly able to get along without making trade arrange- ments with xne United States. We Hil- sought reciprocity with you for many :he first International light car automo- bile, race ever run in this counhy here today. He maintained an aver- age "speed of 52 milt's an hour, for the distance of 196 miles OCOCtT aUOtSTRATC _ IN UN KINOOOM Launcasftan Cauncil Fraadom af asrsujsi Mf. NOT. apeite'seut by tKe Admiralty from Portamouth and to'investigate-the suit- ability" of Dundee as a submarine de- po4, baVe ptepared their report, which For at. Jobs, x B., NOV. today tbsti pscriassaJl waksi omsft L Xarca last witk a svata) a awarfjr aii will suflar in taw bysabicttosin to baid ol saoatik. wiU to alaea waa fojraaad aad today it looks aa if Uu ol tbismbswland Cariatoa taw) bJ tained naariy signatures to "a pe- tition to the Prime Minister asking' that the Hooat of Commons may bo 'dosed-lor half an hour each evening ior the purpose, of ventilating the chamber. ftUw Oruiaar's A remarkable feat WHS performed by the cruiser Indomitable, which tobtTin thirteen 'hundred tons coaV off Sheeraess at an average oi over 301 tons an hoar.- This, ia a -record for a ship only lour months in commicsion. years. We are not seeking it now, Like "you, in your large way, we in our smaller way are doing well. We are perfectly satisfied with matters as. they stand. Tf and it becomes in judgment to your ixtierest to make any changes which will be ben- eficial tc Canada and jto make any proposals ior similar changes on our part there k no reason; why these and Lattars. A postman named Jehu Robert Waiaoti was' remanded at Newcastle PREMfCR SCOTT HIS GRAFT CHARGES L.ird Corv for tha caadidate are ali in tha OppoaiUott'i Uvor. .Emeat Htttchinaom lumhernaa and a v "Eef iua; Nov. Thq Laird-Scott libel cane came before 'the court again today the order of judge- that the defence file of graft charge agaiiut Laird 'was complied with. Alex for Mr. 8cot4 filed lengthy documeut in "'IOctober 1906 Mr. Laird A with contracting firm ot Dobwn, Jack approval of HAJMI -and Hon. John tforriaey, who rtprtatala Northumter Uad, ttwaed acou fchich ttomlccved F. D. Swim Htttchinson will not nm and- Meads are likely, to lukewarm. will support the Opposi- tion te. W.-XTpham, nominat- ed -by the Carleton U strong 'man while Carletoa clOM belief 16 that ha will be redeem it. charged with stealing letters. As -letters were being missed, the postal inspector, went to accused's house, and found a bag and bandies of letters his bed. Accused said he was ill, but afterwards ad- mitted he had been drinking. proposals should not he debated with perfect calmness and with the clear understanding that no proposals will be accepted upon either not considered to .he of ad- vantage to the country which is ask- ed to adopt them.- V Canada Langar Dependent "There are, however, some conaid-i ermtions which' may lead to a some- what large these matters than it has been possible" to entertain in past years.- Canada has arrived at a Run The and O? Company's doniai which left 'London late on the afterncni) of Thursday, Oct. loth, and Marseille, at noon on Oct. Slst, ar- rived at..Colomba -from Graveaend in about nirteteen-dayc, and from Mar- seilles thirteen and a -quarter both constituting records for the run Cantanarian At a meeting oi the Launceeton 'own Council it was decidetljto pre- sent honorary freedom oi the hor- Actually Pays for Itself in Cold Cash IN SAVING at least 25 per cent, of the fuel bills IN REDUCING the time usually spent in kitchen by one-quarter IN ELIMINATING the distasteful drudgery necessary to keep tbe common in presentable con- dition If Canada were made other ranges It vcrald be to claim a one- fourth fnel saving. Bnt they ere not. Even the material is entirely different. Canada are made of malleable iron and riveted together instead of being joined by bolts and seams filled in vith stove putty. The Canada Y gives year in ajd year out good economical service tbat can- not be expected of a common, leaky steel range. Much of tbe time spent in kitchen work is 1 llrlEi absolutely wasted- waiting for the top to become bot in tbe morning, or tbe oven to come to baking heat. Tho Canada air-tight malWble con- struction saves this time. A piping bot fire in five after opening the drafts is the regular time. point when it has no longer an ir- ritating sense of dependence or in- ability to work.out its own destiny. It is safely upon the'road to rapid and assured development of na- tural resources. It .has no racial or social problems which threaten stability. It his no large masses of population living in poverty anbe expected to pre- vail when negotiations arise. On the other hand, the United Statea has within the last few years abandoned its policy of isolation. It has. like Great Britain, acquired beyond the seas, and it has aaiiuineo the responsibilities of a world power. With the assumption of such greater responsibilities, it ia reasonable to suppose that you will look somewhat differently upon questions of sn in- ternational character." Dealing further with the plunge oil the United Stains into a colonial policy, Mr. Sifton said: "The em- inent statesman who has lately been elected aa the Chief Magistrate of I the United States has shown Ms gen- ius in solving some of these prob- lems, and, however distinguished may be hia career as your Chief Ma- gistrate, it will always remain true that one of his chief claims upon the regard of posterity will be that he is the first of what, no doubt, will be a long line of colonial who will conduce to the success of your administration in distant pos- sessions." ugh to Mr. Richard Peter, J.P., in recognition of hw- services to the own. Mr. Peter, who recently ?n- sd his hundredth year, is the old- est, magistrate in the kingdom. Is Who Are liTh Just te Make a Livelihood: Toronto; Nov. Should ministry-of the. Gospel as a of "This was the" statement made by Rev.- Dr. E. N. Baker, of Euclid Avenue Methodist Crmrch, before the Spiritual Confec- laymen and Ministers of I'v fbnto, West District in" Wesley Meth- odisV Church. j ministry today." said Dr. the'presence in it of those- who entered upon ti e work a means .of livelihood, as-an occupation they could fill with profit to.themselves, and with- a certain amount ofypjea'jure. "If men are not called -of God to enter the work; if the divine impulse is not in their hearts, then I think they should remain laymen." son ft Fry the sum of fend in February of same year he re- ceived from .MeOomh sewer pipe It is'alleged that these were Laird's share for" getting contracts awarded. It .'is'also alleged thai during every month of. Jfl04, Laird received from Itobson, Jackson Try excessive renUl for cement in his warehouse at Kefina. Another charge made is that- Laird .used his position as" alderman of the city to secure waterworks connections for one Reginald Kirk, -located on the east- ern annex in .vhish Laird wis inter- ested." He also charged that he used his positiDn to secure the'removal of the slaughtering hous- es from before the eastern annex pro- perty. r No argument was heard today and the case will come'up again uTrne week. Mr.8cott does not stick to.the original charge-of oo._ the. wa- terworks contract but ;provides" these particulars instead. THREE YOUNG Toronto, Kovl George II. Locke, public Mbrariau, Toronto. Prof. S. J. McLean, recently ap- pointed member Dominion Railway Commission. J ..W% L. King, M.P.lihrjirian of Toronto, began their respective careers in singularly. lose relationship. It-ia only twelve years ago, in that the three of them, all classmates and feUow-fradaates of Toronto TJai-. set out to conquer the world. HELP OUT.THE WEST Toronto, Ont.r NoyT 35 ap- peafe from'Presbyterians for help m evangelistic work came before the Presbyterian" Assembly's" Committee on Evangelization. They were from Kootenay, B. and from Mi nedosa, Man. -Two men will be appointed to the-latter field and or ganize a simultaneous campaign the principal centres next week while simitar procedure will adopted in Kootenay in the spring SURVEYING NEW ROAD Ottawa, Nov. received >y the railway department are apid progress is being made with he surveying of the proposed route i tlie Hudson's Bay Railway. EDISON For money- invest- ed there nothing that will interest in am- and plea- enre for the long winter Nev 4 PHONOGRAPH As Utestnted of Two Lestiwr Case; DooUe Coscsve lor Eitra Hesry Bcsds Catto Magnetic Strop Strop Aide THE RAZOR OF PERFECTION NO HONINQ-NO QRINDINQ 25c NO MORE RAZOR TROUBLES NO NEW BLADES NO ANNUAL; TAX RAZOR work and ornamentation is specially adapted for easy cleaning. All corners are rounded. No bolt heads or nuts on tho face nf'thp doors or medalions. PHONE 302 BRYAN BLOCK OFFICIAL UNDER SUSPICION Kingston, Ont., Xov. a re- sult of the finding of a quantity of opium, tobacco, money in his store room, an offi- cer of instruction at ihe penitentiary is under suspicion. The official he han no knowledge of how Ihe good's cnmc to be in is department. BHJLYING COMFORT Will Last a Lifetime. TYPO GETS JOB. Washington, B.C., Nov. Donnelly, of Brooklyn, formerly presi- dent of the Typographi- cal Union, waa appointed Public Printer by President Roosevelt today to succeed John S. Leach, as the lat- ter's request to be returned to his former position Pablic Printer for MMMIMMtf the CARBO MAGNETIC RAZORS J makag-ifacr arc TEMPERED BY ELECTRICITY, which b OUR OWN EXCLUSIVE SECRET PR OC EM- the in tbdr b of the ftaest EngUsK and tssftb. Tfcsi wunJnful ibwrtrr it tic of yean of cipuUmnt asW HWf, an4 at Ust there has been araWccd a nuor that wffl skaTt any bcai< NO MATTER HOW TOUGH. ELECTRIC TEMPERING CARBON to fhc ttod; whew tcapoiof fcy (tfir otter method knovn for ecatwfea) DESTROYS the CARBON wfckK tlst tie of steel All other makes of nuon most U HONED AND GROUND often, at thcfe UUcs wffl NOT hoid aa tdfc aay kftfftk of time. CARBO MAGNETIC RAZORS do not require HONING cr dc-tur i ef'thf-i? ELECTRICITY; CARBo'MAGNETIC RAZORS cnMod FIVE by the" HAMBURG METHODr tke tBoit czocsstiTc frisiasDf YOUR DEALER wffl te ooc ef CARBO MAGNETIC RAZORS oa 30 dayV trial, without oUfatkm oa TOT put to pwctetr-tofet of this opportvoity. Break away from the barter Yoo wffl tare 160.00 ancwaSy. Cafl oa npnaiatitrfM ia town, aa4 reqwert a copy of On Shariof This booklet ffloatrates the comet fftvtor puiHinn ior rfuviaf crery Mtt of the f (ACTUAL PHOTOGRAPHS TAKEN FROM -it also fdk HOW TO STROP A RAZOR oor Jcalcr W of them, a car4, oae vy iiAwa asswL Firm of A. L. 5ILBERSTEIN, Hakers, r. N. V- W. GRAY ;