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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 27, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta HTMtmPOI. ALURTA, PttlDAY, NOV|MilR 27, a |MI. 1& Daily HcroM ^;.l�Htti:� Alberta. Oso>d*.; stamping ground - it looks ns though the host tnanvdid not wirt the 3HrttV(ithou-at London last svimnwr. , The eloqupnco luul ability tlisititvvc'l b.v tho orators at the session >:: the ifccU Pftrllnnicnt lust night fihons thnt .'Vlberttv nood not wr.rry al.-'Hit tho [mrlianiontnrl.t \s >( tho funnv. Kcal t'Htnto chK..j?.!fl if tho n.i>t nw days remind one of tho old time game "Mutton, button, who's ^ot tho button?" Hud Dour Is noted for it^i oloquont ro'prt'.sentativos in Parlioinont. It has .John 'J\ Mooro at Edmonton, Dr. Clark at Ottawa, l)ut lH?.st of all David Hearst Rltou In tho Mock Parliament at T,othbridgo. REMOVING A CURSE OHINA FROM Thoso who woro present say that tlio Mock I'arliument can rIvo a tew lips in oratory to tlic real parlla-nients. Opium in the curso of Ohinh aiul �tho effort to rid that nation of the stuff shoulfi be supportcl by all people of the world who have the interest of hunianltj- nt heart. �t Canada is displayintr its I'lfrernoss to assist in the movement for tho supjiression of the tralUc l>y sending as a delegate to the lutornntionnl ' t^piUm Conference which opens nt Shanghai on Fob. 1, W. L. Ainckenzie King, jr. P., and former deputy Minister of liObor. T-ast year the Canadian rurlinmont passed nntl oi)ium legislation and Mr. King's association with the investigation into the Chinese troubles at Vancouver was mainly responsible for this action. It is gratifying to hear from China that progre.SH is being made in the suppression of the cuUi\ation and use of the drug. The ^reduction of tho area under poppy cultivation has bct-n made in many of tho provinces. This ik due to the new Chinese regulations which impoKO increased taxation upon those farmei-s who fail at once to reduce the nrea of their popp.v plots, while .severer penalties, lines, imprisonment and confiscation of tho crop are kept Iwfore the.eyes of t'.io.se who may persistently fail to make the annual reduction in the crop rcipilred t>y law. .\nothcr fact that is encouraging China in her undoulitedly sincere efforts to stamp out the opium evil Is tho agreement finally obtained from all the Powers to piohiliit the importation of morphia except for medicinal purposes. For some reason Japan delayed long in giving her con sent, but it, came at last. It has been estimated by physicians that only aiMHil one-tenth of the opium l)rought into the Western world is used in prescriptions, and the fulfilment of this .ngreement among thej Powers will mean the removal of one j great incentive to the cultivation of tho pop])y. This prohibition is go into effect on .Tanunry 1st. The proceedings of this Conference will be watched with great interest hornu.se it intends to consiiler every t>hnse of the opium ipiestion and its findings will have great weight in determining tho final attitude of the Powers toward tho reform which China needs more than all other nations. She began single handed the movement that has led to the international consideration that is about to lie given to the great iiuestion. Kelly whoso cab waa coMtatitly pat*cct. of a winter of froo drives about the picturesque streets of our Washington of tho North. :Many good names are .mentioned an candidates ~-for tho conncil. \Vc have heard that strong eiTort.-s aro buiogl made to get such prominent and .suc-ccs.sful liusiness men as (t. M. Hatch, .J, W. MoXieol. Dn Stewart and C. J. Kckstorm to stand. They arc. all well qualified to give tho city Inisi-nes.'iliko service and that is what is wantetl. Of course the Herald luis given its cndorsation to Sfessrs. Bow-num and Oliver. , They stand right nt the front, having had wide experience and- proved thoii' worth- . It bfgliis to look ns though the ratepayers would have good men to select, from to repi-esent them in the City Council of 1901). THIO DRIVES AltK ON KKI.LV (Canadian Courier) A week or two before tho jiuople of this va.st Dominion croatery soon, we nnd our ad'aiis will liave \ iiriislu'd. I'n-countod gi-noratioiis will Iraiupie hi'.-'illi-ss'.y u)uiri our lomlis. What is the use of liviuij if ji in; not suine-limes to tr.\- to do liiu' things, if it be not always to iry to iiiai%e thi.'i muddled world a little bolter idaco lor tiiose who will conic aft.r us? How olso I'aii wo ]iut oui'Si'lvi's in luii monious I'olut ions with the groat Verities and consolations of tho Itilinil and l''.ternal, and in llio fuluro may feel suri! that we are niancliing to- waii';^ bOttirl' iiUjiail.U.. not bo boartlossly cast down. We uro going on. \Vo luno lioi-n going on. and wo aro going to go on. Wo aro swinging bravely forward along tlio nraiul high road, and thoio is darUnoss about us. iiovert holrss o\'or (ho tops of tho mountains tho sky is alroaiix' bright with tho proiiiiso of tho dawn." OUR POINT OF VIEW When llayefl. tho .\morioan runner, Could not h(dd liis own on his favoi SANTA CLAUS TALKS ironi lii.- Iioadiinartor.-; at SAGE'S and sjiy.s, Don't put off. Right NOW is tho tinio to eonio iiml look over the nice things I hnvo opoiiod up fur your iii-poclioii. If you are looking for a Depnri-iiioiit Stoii'. just look at thi>. Raphael Tuck's Private Greeting Card Assortment is still in tliis piutieuhir rim.' notwithstanding tho heavy drain of the last two wooks-I'joa^o hurry. TueU's Cliristnms and New Yours curds and Caioiiilars ai'- world tunioni, and you know the goods w-1!. This liiii- v.iis silootoil for ynu last .luiio, and look ns pood to mo now a.s they did tlnii. Cliristimus Tr o Uicorations; liall Rooiii, parlor and buiJiuoss stoio decoration.s; floral eropo, roll erojio and plain tissue papers in newest designs; only Deiiiiison'ri iiiako. Laiitoriis, shades, etc., aro slocked more com|iloto than ovor. Curd gaiiu^s, chess, chock-ors, doniinoH, pnrclies.si, crookinolo, parlor billiards, solitaire, e!c. ., Presentation Books for young jiiid old, including several binil-iuLTH 111 liiblos, prayer book-, hymnals. Catholic Cluirch services, itc. ICIoi'riintly boiiiul fiction iiiul [)oi'try. Works of tho boyi' and girls' fa\iirito autliors. Hoys' and girls' iiniiuals, Chnttorbox, 'le. to arrive. Christmas iiitiiibors of lijuding periodicals, jiartly to iirrivo. Uiilisli, .\iiiiTioiin nnd Canailifiii co)>yriplit novels, only soloCt. The Picture Book Department is a .show in itself. .Some linos ill lliis di p'lrtmoiii wore boni/lit at ;i;t cents in the $, and will i)o oloiirod out accordingly. Tliis includcvs some boys' and girls' standard favorites, such as Uohiiisoti Crusoe, Pilgrim's I'rogros-, etc., olotli bound, worth 50c to 60c, each ..................I2%c The Toy Department Display is bi-yond doscrijition with its Noah's .\rks. tool cliosts, Hro briirudos, railwny trains, iiiielianie.il aiul trietidu toys, horses, was-'ons, rocking liorse?;, .shoo-lly rocko-s, (.'o-earts, doll c.ilis, soldiers, pistols, guns, doll furniture, tea sets 111 china and enninel liedroo n sots in ditto, pianos, typowritei-i, houses, stables. jaeU-iii-bo.\, >!eiglis, chinios, etc., etc. Tho Doll Department-Well, tlien's SO.MIO, and then some more, nnd hundiods more tlwiii that. The Souvenir Department is literally beyond description-fuM to.overllow. and only of the b'st. Burnt work of every conceivable variety in leatlier ,ind womlwork, but most interesting in this line is our repleiiished stock of BOX WOOD, articles doKipnod and reinly for pyrograjihio work. .Mso several new pyrof.'ra)>liic work-iin.' sets. Lethbridge View China -Tlii-. stock will b ; an innorani seller i-ioosn i Don't forgot to lot him have that �lieturo you want framed as a surprise to your other half. "I'ou have hidden it away lonp eiiouuh. Hurry np.  .,The Musical Instrument and Musical Supply Department is iiiosl eoliiploto.Violins, aeoordioiis and the loading liiioH in this Dept. have been roiiiiirkod at ............much reduced prices, A new and select stock of the famous "Post" self-filling Fountain" Pen, suitable for presentation; some of them seem expensive -but! AMPLE STORAGE for Goods Until Christmas. Santa Clans, IT is Headquarters. R. SAGE, The Picture Framer cleared out at a , Vases, etc., siiii- Car of Buffalo Brand Rolled date On Track Today iTheBeiitleif Co. ltd.: Wksiasili iRd Ritill ii inilRIKE Tat New Stock Of Ladies > and Misses Shoes At F. German The Shoeman Between Safe's and Roy's I IheSouth Alberta lumber Co. Ltd. We are not Celling: Out W yon will find our Prices as Low^ and onf Gndei ol lim-beir equal to or Helter than any other yard in Lethbridge The South Alberta Lumber Co. Ltd. Cornet-\V ilmi ster & Ford Just Soiitti Of ttieHlison Mill Phone 225 1.0. Box 654 Lethbridge & New Dayton ! Buys Of all Kinds ! The new charger for the Galloping Major will arrive at the'l.ycoum to night at 7.45. COUTTS NEWS Inspector Howard lt:N.W.M.I'., who has lieen in LethhridKo for the past week, returned on Thursday, 31iIton Kower.s and A. E. Orton, sottler.s from South Oakota, pa-s.scd through here on Weilnc.sda.v on their wi\y to r^thhridgo. A goodly nuinher of land seekers arrive on each train, llomeslcnds in this vicinity are heeoming scarce. Const. O'Connor has been transferred front Writing-on-Stono to Lethbridge. Const. O'Connor was highly thought of nnd will he lui.ssed by his many friends here. Mr. P. II, lUibage of Hraiidon spent the week end with Dr. "and Mrs. .I'nt-ton. Mr. AVehster of Great Falls, who has been visiting nt the Deer Creek cattle ranch, returned to his homo today. :Mr. Thos. Train of the Ued Hiver Knnch Was in town Thursda.y. Seals now on sale at the Lyceum Theatre box office for next Monday night, the National Opera Company presenting the comic opera, "His Highness the Bey." Box office open from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. I I . 10 acres in Pniit in B,C, to trade or hoII ParuiB to sell on crop paymont plan Lethbridge Property wo either bny or sell tlberta Realty Co. CdBtdBle Block :: Lethbridge PROFESSIONAL CARDS DR. W. 8. QALBRAITH Physician, Surgeon, Accoucber Oniop 014 Rodpalli St. Phone M HOURS: Uotoro 1) a,m., 2-3; 7-8 p.m. I I DR. O. J. COURTICE DantUt . Giaduftte of Northweaterb OniTer sity, Chiodgo. Ill, Onice Hour8~9 to 12; 1 to 6. Roomi I and 2, Macdonald B4ock 50 HEAD OF Heavy Mares and Geldings To b� Seen at City Market RODGERS&YOUNG Sale Stables :: Wood St. MAKES XMAS I Confectionery That you can eat without any injurious eifects, no harmful ingredients used. Special . inducements to offer you for your Xnias Tree. Entertainments. Wi! are prepared to make this a record month and can supply you with any-tiiing in our line. RQCHON'S KANOy KITCHEN We Are Back In Our Old QUARTERS  WARM HOUSE WITH NO PLASTER Costs/S Per Cent less Requires no expensive hibor YOU Can Put I.t On Write FoT Pr^^ Sample and instructions forapplyiug, sending name of dealer to FredJ.C.Cox&Co. ^ sole aqents WIISiNlI'EQ, MAN. For sale locally by all lumber dealers CANADIAN" _PACIFIC Western Excursions Single Fare Plus $2.00 -for tho Round Trip From all station.s in Ontario, Artliur and wost, Manitoba, katcliowau nnfl Alborta to Port Sns- Charlie Bell ^'w/es you something new tonight at the Lyceum. : TO THE PUBLIC We have bought out the Star Transfer Co, Draying outfit, and are prepared to execute all orders for DRAYING promptly & satisfactorily. Coal delivered promptly. Caf.h on delivery. I J. S. Phillips A. L. Palteson 1 Phone 70 ^ I Office in Nelson & Gow's Store   I WHEN YOU WANT Good Meals AND Clean Rooms In Grassy Lake go to MAH TOY YAH RESTAURANT (xrassy Lake - Alta. and WESTMIIISTEJI Also to 6K^NAGAN VALLEY and KOOTENAY POINTS Tifki'ts on .sale Decembtrr 1, 2, 3 17, 18, 19, 1903. January 4, 5, 6, 21 22, 23 and 24, 1909, good to return within threi! months. CANADIAN PACIFIC ANNUAL EXCURSIONS --TO- U. S. POINTS LOW ROUND TRIP RATE to .St. Paul and Minneapolis, Minn. .Milwaukee, Wi.s.; Chicago, 111.; Coun oil .Mluffs, De.s Moines, Marshall tov n. Cedar Rapids, Waterloo, Sion City, Fort Dodge, Dubuque and Waterloo, la.; Omaha, Neb.; Kaneas City, St. Jo.seph and St. Louis. Mo. Tickets on sale daily DEC. I to 31, INCLUSIVE u'fKid lo return within three months \\)l>\y to nearest C. P. Ry. Agent for information. Business lien's Luncheon NOVEMBER 21) at tlio HUB CAFE Split Pea Soup Broiled Tentlorloin Mashed Potatoes Beets Apple Dumpling THEY ALL AGREE 'TIS BEST FOR ME to drink Alberta'.'^ Pride if we want to be healthy, happy and wise. The wisdom lies in drinking only a brew-.d bi.'cr, suflieiently "lagered". lo giv(r good red corpuscles lo the blood of the imbiber. First, lii.st and all the time, drink f,etlibridge beer. LETHBRIDGE BREWINGS MALTING COMPANY, Ltd ANNUAL EASTERN CANADA EXCURSIONS Canadft Western Chartered Corporation Ltd. Capital $500,000 Financial Agents. Fiscal Agents Brokers, for Royal Collieries Ltd All Standard Stocks Handled HEAD OFFICE-VICTORIA, B. C. Low Round Trip Rates to ONTARIO, QUEB�C AND MARITIME PROVINCES Tickets on sale Dec. 1 to Deo. 31, in clu.sive, good to return within three month.s. Tickets Lssui'd in connection Atlantic Steaiuship Uusinoss will be on sale from Nov. 21, and limited lo five months from date of issue, i^inest Equipment. Standard First class Sleeping and Tourist Cars on a Through Trains 2 Through Express Trains Dally THE "TORONTO EXPRESS" I,eavi!S Winnipeg daily at 82.10, mak ing connecl'ons ut Toronto for all points east and west thereof. Apply to nearest C.l'.R, Agent for full information. L. M. JOHN8VONC Barrister and Scllcitor Oflice adjoining Dninn Bauk Lethbridge l�-ly DR. J. B. ELLIS vy (irnt ami Uihil Tlniradaj in the Nioritli at 8 p.in. VlHiHii� Lrctliron ulways wel coiuo. Walter Apiiloh.v, W. i'rcBl.leut Krod T. KobliiH, a�f Uux iS7. -Lethbridge Lodge No. 3- NORTH-WEST ASSOCIATION OP STATIONARY ENGINEERS Meet in the Labor Hall mevy aeo-and and fourth Mondar* ia ihe month. Empkyera requiring certificated en-glDeers, and engiueors out oi employment. �')uld do well to communicate with UB. 'iOUERT NE7IN. Cblet W. A. DIOKBON, Secretary ��-lyrd� ;