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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 27, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta if at 1 he South Alberta Office 914 Kedpath St. Bclore lumber Co. Ltd J. OOURTJCI Daily Bmld CTCC? uvtel evetttaf at _ BaAy, bf Dttty, tU by mail UaUy IJt bat boih aad old addnai vuti he REMOVING A CURSE FROM i OHINA Opium'is the curse'oC Chink aiid that nation of the stuff should be supported by all people of who have the interest of huniitnity at heart, Cauada is- displaying its eagerness to assist in the movement for the- suppression of the traftic by so ruling as a delegate to the International Opium Cottfereuce which opens at Shanghai On Jb'eb. I, L. juackenziu P., and former deputy Min- ister of lAbor. year'the Can- eloqucucc HIM! ability by at the of the Farliatueut jHht uight Miowb AlUru aeed j-ot wr.rry the i is y( the estate ?f Uw days remuul oue of the oUi time gtme "Button, button, who's -got tho but- is noted for its representatives in Parliament. It has John T. Moore ut Dr. Chuk Ottawa, but bea of all Da- vid Hearst Elton iu the iHock lueiit it Those- who were present that the Mock Parliament can give a few in oratory to the ival parting nuuietj are, mentioned as cundida tesMvr council. We ha-ve Parliament passed aati opium at legislation and Mr. King's association with the investigation Chin- ese that vrtort5_are to get such prominent and cessful business men as G. M. Ifatcb, J.- W. McXicol, Stewart and J. Eclvstorm to stand. .They -ivre, all well to give "the city busi- nesslike service and that ijs what is wanted. pf course the Iferald lias given its endorsation to Messrs. Bow- Mr. E. L. Bontott's triumph. "I'll tell ydu. said a Tor- onto visitor, "if Borden iii, you'll get three the ordinary inMt from nat during tKe yaw." "And il he carry the coun- Charlie brkUy. "Mi drive you for nothiug." The Toronto mail is HOW rejcictaf in the prospect of a winter of about the picturesque streeta of our Washington of the Xorth. troubles at Vancouver was main- ly responsible for this action. It is gruHtylng to hear from China that progress is being made in the! suppression of the cultivation aad use' of the drag. TheVeduction of tbfood men to select from to ropiijsent them in the Council "of 1909. City Side THE DRIVES KELLY (Canadian Courier) A week or two before the people of this'vast Dominion- created much noise and .on .their journey to tfco polls, several well-known Canad- ians were discussing the prospects they stood near a historic corner of the- Capital. Thai Jehu, known to all political circles m tat fee. I In Wesley Couch ARTISTES --JW Ankr Papil of Wm. Shakespeare Of the London Liverpool Conoerte fr. AIMRW Of the Toronto Concerts Pupil of F: Blachford Esq. S4t PaMfcfle mi -vMiss JESSIE AXDERSOK MR. Plan at Higinbot ham's Store 50c md 75e WINSTON "CHURCHILL'S'-ORA- TORY It has become the was the habit till section of the Canadian press to cast sneers at TVin ston Churchill, the brilliant young Chancellor of.the British Exchequer, as a presumptions young man with little ability to sustain his preten-! sions of statesmanship. But Mr.' Churchill has overcome the disadvan- tages of youth in politics, and prov-, cd the possession of tho ability that; makes lor distinction. His upward' rise has been remarkably rapif] and! mainly through his own efTorts. He; set-himself to the task of making j and he has made good. His: are pitched, in the most lofty! tone of statesmanship, de-aling with! principles rather than with men ori with experiments, ami winning public I confidence by his manifest sincerity.! Here is the peroration of one of his! Dundee speeches which is a gem of- oratory and statesmanship: j "liberals of Scotland and ot Dun-j dtv, I have two words to say to .von i and flaring. them our motto for the year that is to! fome. Yew nnd evil are the days of! man. Soon, very very soon, and] our affairs will have vanished. rjn. i oountt-d generations will trample1 hivdioss'.y upon our fouilvs. What is! tho use of living if 5? noi j times to try to do fine things, if itj not always to try to make this' muddled world a littK> bf-ttor place' for those who will conn- aft.-r How else ran put oiirsolvos ,n hur1 monious relations with the vor-' 'ties ami consohitions of tho Infinite! and Eternal? and in thr- future may! sure that we arc marching to-; not bo heartlessly cast down. We ptoini? on. Wo Isavo, going on. nr.d we croing on. We .iro swinging bravely forward nlonp tho grnnd high road, an.l tht-iv is darknoss about ovor toj.s (ho mountains tho skv is bright with of tho is our rr-pIenisJu-d stock of BOX WOOD, articles designed" and In I s'r work- Also spveral P.vrographic work- Lsthbridge View China-Tins stock will be cleared out it i reduction. Innumerable Jardiniere, etc., sim- The work boxes, music rolls, traveling casw, leather hand bag.; ami purses ,n basket work, sola, cuff and coSSr fancy basket work mounted comb and brush sets and mirrors, military brushes, shavinp mugs and sets, and (obncco pourhe.s. smokers- table sets, etc etc form -i rlepartrn.-nt not to IM- with anything jvt stocks] in this Pictures, Framed and Unframpd, is a department which the ojhor old man wwchw himself; he SayS that he can -1 framed from 25c up, but whon it comes down to suppJy- inpfwhalthc knows your TASTE, he dov, not memion "UTT-I wnv; mi ij-nornnt si-ner aoesn fH M hT as n to your other hah. have hidden it lone onouch Hurry np. NThe Musical Instrument and Musical Supply Department is mos completo.Violins, acoorrfions and the leading linos in h" Dnpt. have been remarked at ............much reduced prices. A new and select stock of the famous "Post" self-fillimt Foun -hut! SU'table some of them seem expensive AMPLE STORAGE for Goods UntH Christmas. Santa Chns, His Keadqxsarters. R. SAGE, The Picture Framer Buffalo Brand ;Rollcd Oats On Track Today Tie tautj CUti mi Muses SUesAt German Shoemma Between page's and Boy's y 11 I yw vi M Prim btf tftil to MT fcfer fei rtWr jrtd The South Alberta Lumber Co. Ltd Hri jiter I Lethbridgc New Dayton The charger for Galloping Major will arrive at to- night at 7.45. :COUTTS NEWS -Bispector Howard RrX.W.M.P., who has been 'in'Lethbridge for the" past -week, returned on Thursday. .-Bowers and E. Orton, settlersT.from South Dakota, passed through -here on their way to Lethbridge. A goodly number of land "seekers'" arrive -QU "each train. Homesteads in this vicinity are becoming scarce.' N Const. O'Connor has been transferr- from 'rLeth- bridge. Const. O'Connor highly thought .brand will be missed by his many friends here. Mr. P. H. liubage of Braudcivspeat the week end with Dr. "and tQn-v. Webster of Great -who naV; been visiting at "the Deer Creek cattle ranch, returned to his Mr. Thbs. Train of the Red River Rahcli wasfin town Thursday now on sate at the Lycaum 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. XMAS That you can eat without any injurious effects, no harmful ingredients used. Special .inducements to offer you for yonr Xmas Tree. f We .prepared to make this a rticord month and can supply you with any- thing in our line. UN'S lUURf UTCKN WeArefcckliOvOU QUAKTERS MAKES WARM HOUSE WITH NO PLASTER Cent Less Requires, no expensive labor YQIJ iGaiv i'ut Ijk On .Write For Sample and instructions sending name of dealer to FredJ.C.CoxiCo. t SOLE AOEINTS MAN. For saleJbcally by all lumber J- dealers Charlie BelT gives you something new tonight at the Lyceum. TO THE PUBLIC We have bought out the Star Transfer Co. Dray ing ontfif, and are prepared to execute all orders for D RAYING promptly satisfactorily. Coal delivered Oath pa delivery. t J.S.PUfip A.l i Phone 70 J .Office in Nelson Cow's Store WHEN-YOU WANT- Good Meals AND Clean Rooms In Grassy Lake go to MAH TOY YAH RESTAURANT Grassy Laia Alta. 10 acree in Fraii hs B.C. to trade or Farcui to sell on crop plau Lethbridge Property we either buy or sell Kfierti tatty Co. UttMy f I 50 HEAD OF and Geldings Tp W Seti i ROERS YOUNG Wood St. fAQFIG Single Fare Plias -for the Round Trip From in ''Ontario, Port Arthur and vest, Manitoba, Sas- katchewan and Alberta to Also to VALLEY and KOOTENAY POINTS Tickets-'on- sale December 1, 2, 3, 17, 18rl9i 1003. January 4, and 24> 1909' to lliree CANADIAN PACIFIC ANNUAL- U.S. POINTS LOW ROUND TRIP RATES to St. Paul'and Minneapolis, Minn., Milwaukee, WU.; Chicago, 111.; Coun- cil Bluffs, Des Koines, Marshall- tov.n, Cedar Rapids, Waterloo, Sioux City, Fort Dodge, Dubuque and Wa- terloo, Ia.; Omaha, Neb.; Kansas City, St. Joseph and St. Louis. Mo. Tickets- on sale daily DEC. I to 31, INCLUSIVE good to return within three months. Apply to nearest C. P. Ry. Agent {or information. CANADIAN In's NOVEMBER 20 at the HUB CAFE .Split Pea Soup Broiled Tenderloin Mashed Potatoes Beets Apple Dumpling THEY ALL AGREE TfS BEST FOR ME to drink Alberta's Pride if want to bo healthy, happy and wise. The xvisdom lies in drinking only a brew- ed beer, sufficiently to give good red corpuscles to the blood of the imbiber. First, last ami all the time, drink beer. LETHBRIDGE BREWINGS MALTING COMPANY. Ltd Canada Western Chartered Corporation Ltd. Capital j- UiSnciwi Fiscal Agents Brokers. for Royal Collieries Ltd EASTERN CANADA EXCURSIONS Low Konud Trip Rates to ONTARIO; QUEBEC AND MARITIME PROVINCES Tickets on sale Dec. 1 to Dec. 31, ir> 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 First- Through Trains 2 Threajh Express Trains Italy of sity, Chicmgo. IU. Office w> 1J; i to 5 2. J. B. ELLIS DENTIST Kewrve ClercUnd Ohio OFFICE-WHITNEY BLOCK Phone 307 9-12; MADAM production, or Couching tor Cralh MR, ERNEST F. LAYTON, ViollnUt, il of Geo; Wilbey, London, Eng. and of Frank E. Blachford. Toronto >sopen-for a limited Dumber of upils. -Also for At :etcV Terms OQ application. ALBERT ELY r .-Brlggs, Son, Singing Culture. -Pupil Organ a Pip. organ, Harmony and Song Open lor Concerts, Ke, on HAMILTON YOUNG ENGINEERS AND-SUBVEYORS Room 4._Whitney Block. BCt CONYBEABE 4 JONES BARRISTERS, SOLITITOR8, ETC. Offices: Oonybeare Block Lethbridge, W- C. SIMMONS AdvocaU, fijirristtr. Etc OflSao: Southard Block. ADDtSON SON Fun.ral Director. 321'Crabb LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. Office ami Keaideuce Phone 108 F- B- ROLFSON ARCHITECT i Block. A. MACDONALD ARCHITECT Macdonald Block, Ridpath Alta. Lodge (39) A. F. 6V A. M., G. R. A, Regular meeting nighv ihe ihirrt Thursday of- month in th. Masonic Hall. P.O. Block; at 8 p.m brethren will alway. a hearty welcome. A.C.MESSER, G.V.8TORKEY. Secretary. P. 0. Boi 6S7 Meets 1st and. "-jrd Mondays in K. of P Hall at S o'clock. i Al brethren are cordially, invited. S G. BAVIES, W P T J. WHITTD, W. S LETH 881OGE L C. B. P. 0. E. Meete on the second Tuesday of each month at 8.15 p.m. E. A. SHARMAN, M. PRIEST. E-B BecreUry Lodge Pride of Alberta, No. 293 af ERiiiri befit Met) Meet in the of Pjthiiui Hall every firet and Onrd Tlmwdaj in the month at 8 p.m. Vi9ltinK brethren always wd come. Walter Applebj, T- Robhla Dt Bor 57. All Stocks HandUd HEAD OFFICE-VICTORIA, B. C. -THE "TORONTO EXPRESS" Leaves Winnipeg daily at 22.10, mak- ing connect'ons at Toronto for all points rast and west thereof. Apply to nearest C.P.R. Agent for full information. L. M. JOHNST-ONR N Barrister and Solicitor Office adjoininf Union Bank W-lyi NORTHWEST ASSOCIATJOIf STATIONARY ENGINEERS Meet in the Labor Hall rytry aee- And and fourth afondajv in month. Emplryera requirinf certificated en- gineers, and out of employ- ment, do well to communicate with va. ROBERT NE7IN. CMe4 W. A, D1CK80N, Secretary. ;