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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 27, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETMtftiOQC DAILY HERALD, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27, ELEVEN i fioliday Windows Will pull Big Business if you take pains to make them attractive. Our Holly Vines, Wreaths, Sprays, Bells and Artificial Palms and Plants will assist you to have the best windows in Ask us for any information we can give along the lines of Holiday Window Displays. Our Show Rooms are a picture and you are as welcome to visit them as the Mistletoe in December. See us for your Table Decorations. Let us get down to a right gladsome time. We can decorate your house and make it an Earthly Paradise for a mere song. Coy Acadia Block P.O. Box 1817 Lethbridge Mrs. Thcrsa Guthrie an-d her daugl- ter, Clara Guthrie, of Barrie, have been formally charged with, perjury in their depositions at the fire in- quests as to their visits to Allan- dale. OF CANADA For Western Farmers The Unioa Bank of Canada pays special attention to the banking requirements of the Farmers, Grain Dealers, Cattle Men and Merchants of Western Canada. Already over 112 Branches of this Bank havebeem established from Fort William to Prince Rupert. Grain Drafts with Bills of Lading attached negotiated. Sayings Department at every Branch. Interest paid at highest current rates. J. R( ANDERSON Main Office cor. Round Redpath Sts Sub-Office Westminster Rd., N. Ward Manager. ABOUT DM COUNCIL BY THE LORD MAYORS SON. The scramble for the aldermanic chairs has not got very tierce yet. Everybody has a sort of "After you, my dear Alphonse" air and prefers to prefer another. There are these places to fill besides the mayor's chair. So far only Messrs. Sage, Frayne and Boulton have openly de- clared themselves as candidates. Uncle Bill Hutton is said to have told peo- ple he was after it again and judging from various sundry actions during the last week or two I guess he is. Uncle Bill is hanging to see what the other fellows are going to do, and Uncle Shorty is going up higher. Jas. Ashcroft said at the meeting Thursday night that he was considering how he would deal with the aldermanic bee that annually buz- zes around close to him. Andrew Tilley says he is not in the race for this time, which is taken as a prom- ise that he will not be averse to a crack at it later on. There is some talk I hear of friends trying to get H. J. Goode, Roadmaster Ami Olson, A. B. Stafford, W. D. L. Hardie and others to enter the aldermanic field, but they just keep mum and look wise when the subject is mentioned. There is only another week to go yet before the nomination day and whoever is going to get into the game has got to get a hustle on. Cared by Nt Andrew Savoy, Grattmn's, N.B., "la tht year 1905, 1 WM taken sick and did not think I could live any length of time. My trouble was with my heart and people told me that nothing could be for case like mine. I consulted the very best doctors, but they could do me no good. For seven weeks 1 could hardly crocs the floor. 1 had no pain, but was so weak nobody in the world can believe how I felt. I had given up all hopes of living and had given my littlt girl to my suter-in-law. One day a friend came to see me, and calling roe by name, aaid, Lizzie, if I were you 1 would try a of Milburn's Heart and Nerve Pills as they are good for heart trouble.' My husband got me a box, but for two days I was not feeling any better, but on the fourth day my husband said, 'I believe pills are doing you good.' I was able to Yes, I feel a good deal better this morning.' He said, 'Well, I will get you another box right away.' I third one, and I was perfectly well and have not been sick since then. "I will never be without them in my home for God knows if it had not been for Milbum's Heart and >7erve Pills, I would act have been alive now." Price, 50 cents per b6x, 3 boxes for SI.25, at all dealers or mailed direct on receipt of price by The T. Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto, I would just like to remind 'Dad that somebody is going to fall and break a leg some of these icy days where that water is allowed to run from the eave-troughs onto cement As indicating the present confusion in English politics. Sir John Gorst, who has been a leading Conserva- tive all his accented the Lib- eral nomination for Preston, his na- tive city. In an address to the Pres- ton Liberals, he said that "if they walks He has been reminded of turned him to parliament he should these darn places a good many times be a cordial supp0rter of the present and it about time something was Lib g0vernment. The claim of done about it before the city comes in for a big bill of damages. That ment walks as bad. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO ESTABLISHED 1807 B. E. WALKER, President ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manager Paid-up Capital, Reserve Fund, TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES The new Travellers' Cheques recently issued by this Bank are a most convenient in which to cany money when travelling. They are issued in of and and the exact amount payable in Austria, Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Great Britain, Holland, Italy, Norway, Russia, Sweden and Switzerland is stated on the face of each cheque, while in other countries they are payable at Current rates. The cheoues and all information regarding- them may be obtained at every office rf the ___ 131A Lethbridge Branch C G. K. Nourse, Manager THE MOLSONS BANK 5 Capital (Paid p Reserve Fuad J HEAD OFFICE J Established 1855 MONTREAL 68 BRANCHES IN CANADA U.S. Exchange Bought and Sold at Lowest Rates Accounts of All Kinds Carried upon Favorable Terms SAVINGS DEPARTMENT Deposits of SI and upwards received. Interest allowed from J date deposit- at highest rates Lethbridge Branch, Redpath St. L D. JOHNSON, Manager J v The lerta Hallway anil irrijstion Co. Are offering for Sale the Cheapest Lots on the Market EACH Situated North of Track The Alberta Railway and Irrigation Co. Dad's Council and the civic officials require all the lackers in the city to keep them warm these days. Some one made a Sam Hill of a blunder and as a result there has been no fire in the city hall through all the cold weather. There has been some" darn poor judgment somewhere and it ought to be got after. If the apparat- us in the building is not suitable some one should have known that before it was put in and not allowed it to be installed. It's a darn shame to have the firemen sleeping and living in the day time in a place down below zero and expect them to do their duty efficiently as firemen. The police are in just as bad a fix and during the day the city officials are frozen out. Then the poor duffers locked up in the cells, they certainly got into a cooler that was a proper Arctic re- frigerator. The street car francnlse has been the big question this week and will be for two more. But I believe the by- law will go down with a bump that can be heard a very considerable dis- tance. The people of this burg are going to think twice and then some before they hand over their streets to a private corporation. This talk of encouraging men to help the city 'by giving a franchise is all darn non- sense, to my notion. The ratepayers th house Qf to have a rf M to t financial provision made by the bouse of commons for the public service, was, he believed, a wholly unconstitutional claim, and as such it must be strenuously resisted with- out any compromise or yielding. In Ms opinion the budget was a fair, honest and equitable attempt at the proper taxation of the country. What had really won his allegiance to the Liberal government was the steps they had already taken and the steps they promised hereafter to take to- wards the great subject of social re- INDIAN BOYS CAVE EXCELLENT CONCERT Creek, Nov. night the fife and drum band of the St. Paul Mission, Macleod. gave a grand concert in the opera house. It 'is a disgrace, to say the least of it, that in this age of Christian advancement and missionary endeavor that os in- different an audience in point of num- bers turned out to this concert. The proceedings from beginning to end were of a highly interesting, not to say capable nature, and the perform- ances of the Indian band surpassed all expectations. It is not often allot- ted to any of us to listen to the mus- ically trained efforts of a group of Indian boys and .girls, each playing with admirable symphony and execu- tion, under the instruction of a gentle but disciplinary head in the person of Rev. G. E. aGle in charge of the Who's Your Baker? Better settle this question right away by calling up THE City Bakery PHOli made the cake given as a prize at the Lyceum for the beet slide CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY Annual Eastern Canadian Excursions Daily During December Toronto and points west in Ontario Montreal and points west in Quebec, also in Ontario east of Pembroke, Egans- ville and Tweed Corresponding rates from and to other points Old Country Excursions Tickets on sale November 30th to December 31st For Tickets, Berth, Reservations or Complete Information Apply to or S. B. MITCHELL, J. E. Agent Digt. Pass. Agent Lethbridee Calgary cannot help them along by giving Mission. Local talent assisted in the them a losing proposition, and if it is going to be a profitable affair it is a duty they owe themselves and their children to keep it. This phil- anthropic idea has been worked to death and is no go in this town. Buy- ing out philanthropists after a while when you want to get what they should never have had comes pretty darned expensive as a good many cities can testify. The city may lose something by not having a street rail- way system next summer, but they wouldn't have it anyway. The pro- moters haven't got the slightest in- tention, if they have.any common busi ness sense, of building the railway one week before they have accord- j ing to the agreement, is a darn long time ahead. Looking at the affair from this corner of the street it looks to me as. though Lethbridge as a municipality will be able to. build its own railway just as soon as one can be made to pay, and no one else would build it one day sooner if a franchise were given. concert which helped to relieve any monotony that might have been, ex- perienced. band played again at Brocket this evening. Lethbridge Herald Patterns Cowlcy, NTov. have 'had quite severe winter weather again for several days past. The heaviest snowfall of the season came oh Fri- day night and Saturday with temper- atures ranging from 12 below to 20 below. Last night ,and to-day a Chinook has been blowing which has completely removed the snow and left the prairie quite bare again. Mr. McKitrick, the Herald's travel- ling correspondent, visited Cowley last week and. was very successful in securing subscriptions and business for the Herald in our .town. He in- formed me that several renewals had h-anded him without solicitation. We believe there is no other paper as much appreciated in Cowley as the Lethbridge Daily Herald. Mr. Joyce, manager of the elevator here, W. G'. Askcy, the new propd- of 'the. General Supply store, an.H W. Matheson, of the Union Bank; spent Sunday in Pincher Creek, re- turning to Cowley on Monday 'TK ing. E. B. Mitchell and son, of Piii'-ber Creek, spent Sunday night fn CV.w- ley on their return from Blake and Miles' ranch at the North Fork. H. A. Gunn made a business trip to High River during the week. Pincher Creek District (Continued from Page Ten.) Phone 103 for Good Hay and Sound Oats I Any quantity deliver- ed promptly to any part of the city i T J, Easton t 4 4> Office in Easton's Harness Shop The following unions, during the past year, have paid out in unemploy-l ed benefits: Amalgamated carpenters cigarmakers glass bottle blowers painters pattern makers spir ners This among union What of the unorganized? LETHBRiDGE. Savings Deo, sits BANK OF TORONTO receives savings deposits of SI.00 and upwards. and adds interest to all balances twice a year Safe Convenient Profitable Lethbridge Branch: T. W. McEACHERN, Mgr. Interpolated 1855 If you want sryle, and want It lo .last, the way to be sure is to get all-wool fabrics, and Semi-ready Tailoring. The way to be sure is to iind It's a small thing to look for, a big thing to find it means tailoring absolutely. o Dinnrr Jickrti. fI5. tnrt 170 Foil Drea Soils, 115 and garden truck, and root crops all kinds were good. Reason will teach any one, that if this district is subject to frost, as alleged (through ignorance) by set- tlers' guides, that the farmers of this and No. 2, oats from 70 to 90 bushels per acre and an'excellent quality; also district would be trying to sell out at any price, so as to get in a more' favorable district, which they are not doing, instead of buying expensive steam plow outfits, to plow more land to raise more grain to get more grain to get more money to'buy more land. The citizens of Pincher City and district feel very much elated over_ what seems to be a well grounded re- port, that work will be started on the new railroad in.the spring, which will run through Pincher City, and it will also run through a part of too farming district which is very much in need of railway facilities. Pincher City and district is all right, and we have the goods here to prove what we say. Don't write, wire, or phone, but come and sec. The Larger Lethbridge District Here endeth a long series of articles descriptive of many towns and farm- ing settlements of that part of Sou- thern Alberta known as the Lcuh- bridgc District. Since early in July frequent articles have appeared in the Lethbridge Herald from the Travel- ling Correspondent, telling of his travels from High River and town, "south to Coutts and Cards ton and as' far east as Maple Creek, bo- j yond the eastern boundary of A.Lcr- ta. In this large area there .in j immense district. On the map it is j known as the Lethbridge Land Dis- trict. The city of is the chief railway centre therein. salers will soon realize the a'vantage of the city of Lethbridge as a distri- buting jcentre for the scores oj younfi gnnving towns in this district. G-et Acquainted The people of these towns and set- tlements have their eyes on Leth- bridge. The business men LeOi- bridge should arrange next summer to take a scries of excursions into this large district and get bettor ac- quainted with their friends and bors in the "Larger Lethbridge Dis- trict." Gather a Big Exhibit If exhibits arc worth anything, why not arrange for a magnificent eMv.bit of the resources of all kinds from this1 big district. The Lethbridge 3oard of Trade should remember that larger district extends far away be- yond the city limits. The next article of the secies will deal with the towns of the Crow's Gr's.in is absent- coal and timber arc in abundance. Even these two arc incl'.u'o-d in ihe Larger Lethbridge'District and sam- ples of their products could wisely he included in "The Grand Exhibit." W, P. Roy ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES OFFICE: Brown Building Crabb Street ANNUAL EASTERN CANADA EXCURSIONS Low Round Trip Rates to Ontario, Quebec and Maritime Provinces Tickets ofiPsale Dec. i to 31, in- clusive, good' to return within. months. Tickets issued in connection Atlantie Steamship Business will be', on from Nov. 21 and limited to five months from date of, issue. Finest Equipment, Standard'. First Class and Tourist Sleeping Cars and Dining Cars on all .Through Trains. Compartment Library Observation Cars on "Imperial Limited" and. "At- lantic 3 Through Express Trains Daily 3 THE "TORONTO EXPRESS" Cold Weather Is Coming leaves Winnipeg daily at 22 40, mak- ing connections -at Toronto for all points East and 'West thereof. The "Imperial Limited" leaves Win- nipeg daily at 18.15; and the "Atlantic Express" at 8.00 daily making con- nections at Montreal for all points East thereof Apply to the Nearest C. P. R. Agtnt for full information CANADIAN PACIFIC 'ANNUAL EXCURSIONS TO U.S. POINTS A STORM SASH on that new 'house of your? will keep out the cold and reduce your fuel account. NOW is the time to act. Ring up 153 and we will give you an estimate on same. We Handle Lumber OLIVER'S TO St. Paul and Minneapolis, Minn.; Mil- waukee. Wis.: Chicago, HI.; Council Bluffs, Des Moines, Marshalltown. Ce- dar Rapids, Waterloo, Sioux City. Fort Dodge, Dubuque and Waterloo, la.; Omaha. Neb.: Kansas City, St. Joseph and St. Louis, Mo. Tickets on sale daily Dec. 1 to 31, Inclusive good to return -within three months. Apply to nearest C. P. Ry. Agent for information. Office and Factory J J Cor, RQUKD and SIBEETS J Telephone 158 J Yard, Smith St Phone 195 "OLD COUNTRY" EXCURSIONS I For the accommodation of.- those j who are visiting the "Old and sailing from St. John, the Can- adian Pacific Railway -will start a tourist car from Calsrary at 24.40k on train No. 96 of November 29th. This car will run -through to St. John to connect with, the "Empress of Bri- tain" on December1 3rd and "Gram- pian" on December 4th. For-reservations apply to any C. P. R. Agent, or C. Lemax, Ticket Agent, Calgary. POOL supplied with the BEST FIXTURES IN ALBERTA And Is :ool, bright and pleasant Best Cigars' and Tobaccos in stock i. ci :_ iT-_ uci vjnop in of Oliver Block ;