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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 28, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta day MACULOAK OF YOMC (acUffta 04 Vork, tamd himarff IB a railway car M 0earr WHAT x PftCACH THEY wtaB Uai: he hi robbed of a and daUminMl Vo aaaxcb tka pocksta of "I bagan to teat vary uacoeufort- Dr. iiaclagma, raitd to have a ia my pocfcet. However, I frmnraiiual U> ait quietly, and cajM tiM challenge: '1 Than tho grtbbad by ite aim aad shook we violently; but I did aot wake up. "Be kept on staking, but still I re- his irieod South Alberta lumber Co. Ltd Buffalo Brand Rolled ats CWKCIl payment Lefckbridge Property we either buy or sell ft arc Ml fete m vlfaj MT Prices u Uv fetter Matr jwd ia, ttertahaltyb. the on city aut (in abaancc) liffttt tao cot liftots thut aru stt upon a stick and. also hacaau U aot a I kaow the lights ba4 ainaajr I kaow of Winnipeg Free points out tUat tht: diselbaure ia the course of iaVestiflatjou into the Department of Marine that there was a patronage Hut of firms- and persons to whom weat whatever orders for goods or services were needed, which list, te it noted, has by the Minister, occasion of many most admirable re- done away with is being made the marks by various Conservative jour- In view of these remarks it U to be said In regard to the whole subject of Dominion civil service re- form' that thoughtful Canadian must commend the good work that .is, being done, uad which was'begun the- year before by the Domin- ion Government, when, the vice Commisoion was appointed. It is most desirable ami of the highest importance that "m the Dominion ci- -vil. service there should be a rigorous standard enforced. Why should' not Departmental pat- ronage lists be done arway with in Manitoba, asks the -Free Press. Take, for instance, the Provincial Depart- ment of Public "Works, presided over by Mr. Robert Rogers. When pur- chases are made by that Department does Mr. Rogers see to it that they are- secured m the open market at the lowest price? Not at all. The system which is in operation is a very different one indeed, from that. A A clue to what the system is may be obtained by taking the Provincia Accounts and hunting for tho name of a IJberal. And do the cur- rent market prices prevail in the case purchases made by the" Manitoba interfered with, '1 Bill, him alone, can't you? He's druokar than you are.' OUU WHEAT (Toronto Saturday Night) It stramre that a consumer in Mexico should look, to Alberta for with the whole of the era States lying between. Special significance, therefore, seetua to at- tach to such news items as this dii- patch, from Lethbridge: "The Taylor Milling Company haa received an or- der for ten cars of Alberta red wheat from Mexico." The wheat grown in West must be warning reputation for quality. the Canadian a widespread too that thft supefinteadent ia dol level best to get .them ia ahaj Hut he has had his hMMic full ,woflf tkat to be done ou ,ai of thtt street work and has not ubto ,to get BMC that any good to put up the aoma of which by the atilJ on the way from, somewhere to here. I don't know whether or not we can hope to Itiave better Jighis iu the. houwa anc stores until the new fiyrtem ut put but the lights are pretty bum ctrf. The system may have a bigger oad than it can carry but it certain y not. hand' out very mucfe ItgA rom bulb. tooaa >na with, a noae for .graft will gag geat that thare is a collikwoa baiwaon he enginAftrc and the aa ha poor lights are putting tte optics oi the populace on the rocks. A DENTIST'S CHILD (Philadelphia.Bultetia) Dr. Frank G. Bostwtck, oftcial den- tist to the Sultaii of Morocco, aas been, speuding hia vacation in'Plain- field, N. J., and at a recent 'dinner he said, apropos of a bad child: 'It is wise to punish children, .but cot corporally. 'I know a dentist in Gibraltcr who got out a birch rod to punish his lit tie son withrone day. '_ "The boy, looking at the rod, said piteoualy: 'Papa, would you mind giving m gas On Track Today There7 are people, ia this city who cannot get ovtr the waya oi the where they used to live. Dad will have fo get a physical science demonstrator here some day to [jlain-why tha cement sidewalka are colder than why it ia that when water is thrown om the pavement it- the slippery side up, Storekeepers washing win- dows and contractors using water, are often careless in this matter with dis- astrous results to .many people. The sight of a couple oneading luminaries doing gymnastte stunts' througfe'-caeh other's arms on a piece of slippery pavement may provide amusement for the small-boy but it is not a F. German The South Alberta Lumber CD. Ltd Corner W Ford JutSNtkBttteFIUiNMII 1.0.ta654 Lethbridge New Dayton raorcssioNAL OR. W. I. QALMAITH 914 RodfMth St. W HOURS: Before 9 a.m., W; 74 p.m. OR. O. OQURTkCC Dantlat ol MorthvMtoffB Ga wty, Chicago, m. to II; 1 to I, w I Between Sage1! and Roy't of Government? extent. Not to any very great PARTY STRONGER THAN BRYAN William Jennings Bryan hints that! TiuBonany knifed him. Tn New iiTork city the Democratic candidate for go- vernor had a big majority Awhile Bry- an was quite. badly beaten, by Tart. presidential candidate wonders what was wrong. I However the situation in 2few York: is duplicated in several states. Tha election of Gcv. Johnscn for the third time in itinncsota, Bryan con- tinuing to lose the State of llinne- .Eota, the election of Thomas R. Mar- shall, Democratic candidate for Go- .vernor 01 Indiana, Bryan continuing to lose the State, and tho election oi Judsou Harmon, Democratic candi- date for Gov. of Ohio, Bryan contin. .ujng to Jose the State, are cases in .point. Another point which might have added to Mr. Bryan's .discom- forture was the result is Missouri, which, he confidently expected to win by as well as bringing in ex- Representative (TiVilltam S. Cowherd, the Democratic candidate for Gover- nor. Instead. Bryan loses the State and Co-svhsri! gives place to n. Repub- lican Governor. Herbert Hariley, the first Republican Governor of the State in forty years. flat forecast of possible future for their elders. Dad's should have some power to regulate the class of build- ings to erected in various parts of the city. T.his is the )expressed "belief of almost everyone who has two or throe hundred dollar >eing stuck up alongside of of finest residences in the city. For tho sake of the general ap- pearance of as well protection of the interests of those citizens who have invested in their residences there should be some regulations in this (respect. a! man. wants to build a shack he should be made to do so where there are other shacks or "where tJiere are no buildings at all. It-is a ease of considering either the' inter- ests oi' the man who has already in- vested rbr the man. who is iri- OUR POINT OF VIEW Overcrowded hotels seem to be com- mon to the most progressive cities on this hemisphere. New York's innum- erable hotels are always filkxl and no matter hotv- many new ones are built the condition of affairs never changes. Lcthbridge, the growing city of the West is in the same box.ns New York It can't find room in its hotels for the people coming into the city. Great Manipulators are tho Conser- vatives of Manitoba. The machine in that province induced lion. T. Ifayne Daly to resijrn and contest Brandon against tho Hon. Clifford Sifton. The position was" held open and now, since ilr, Daly was defeated, he is to have his old job. Whether elected or defeated, Mr. Daly was sure of a good thing. It is to laugh to hear the Conservative presa talk oj the straight methods oi the Conservative party. Tho latest paper to come to the Herald sanctum is the Southern Al sjGTlii. ii. Kelsey, of this city. first issue is a well printeu, four page, five col-j umn sheet but it is to be increased! to a seven column sheet at once. The' editor has taken a fair and broad-! minded position on the labor ques-! tions and organize labor will be', much stronger for having such a; champion. It is lull of tho latest Ia-i bor news. The Herald welcomes Bulletin to the circle of Albertanj journals and congratulate? tlte editor! on his initial sheet. SANTA CLAUS TALKS from his headquarters at SAGE'S and says, Don't put off. Bight NOW is the time to come and look over the nice things I have opened up for your inspection. If you are looking for a Depart- ment Store, just look at this. Raphael Tuck's Private Greeting Card is still in this particular ring notwithstanding the heavy drain of the last two hurry. Tuck's Christmas and New Years cards and Calendars are world famous, and you know the goods welf. This line was selected for you last June, and look as good to me now as they did then. Christmas Tree Decorations; Ball Room, parlor and business store decorations; floral crepe, roll ccepe and plain tissue papers' in.newest designs; only Dennison's make. Lanterns, shades, etc., are stocked more complete than ever. Card games, chess, check- ers, dominos, parchessi, crockinole, parlor billiards, solitaire, etc. Prtsontation Books for young and old, including several bind- ings in Bibles, prayer books, hymnals, Catholic Church services, etc. Elegantly bound fiction and poetry. Works of the and girls' favorite authors. Boys' and girls' annuals. Chatterbox, '.ti. to arrive. Christmas of leading periodicals, partly to arrive. British, American and Canadian copyright novels, only sc'iect. The Picture Book Department is a show in itself. Some lines in this department were bought at 33 cents in the f, and will be cleared out accordingly. This includes some boys' and girls' standard favorites, such as Robitison Crusoe, Pilgrim's Progress, etc., cloth bound, worth to 80c, The Toy Department Display is beyond description its Noah's Arks, tool chests, fire brigades, railway trains, mechanical and friction toys, horses, wagons, rocking horses, shoo-fly rocke.v, go-carts, doK cabs, soldiers, pistols, doll furniture, tea sets in china and enamel bedroom si-Ls in ditto, pianos, typewriters, houses, stables, jack-in-box, sleighs, chimes, etc., etc. Doli there's SOME, and then some more, and hundreds more than that. The Souvenir Department is literally beyond to overflow, and only of the best. Burnt work of every conceivable variety in leather and woodwork, but roost interesting in this line is our replenished stock of BOX WOODt articles designed and ready for pyrographic work. Also several new pyrographic work- ing Lethbndgt View stock will be cleared out at a 20 per cent, reduction. Innumerable Jardinieres, Vases, etc., sim- ilarly reduced. The work boxes, music rolls, traveling band bags and purses, table sets in basket work, sewing sets, cuff and collar sets, fancy basket whrk sets, mounted comb and brush sets and mirrors, military brushes, shaving mugs and sets, mounted pipra and cases, tobacco pouches, smokers' table sets, etc., etc., form a department not to be compared with anything yet stocked in this city. Pictures, Framed and Unframed, is a department which the other old man jealously watches himself; he says that be can framed pictures from 25c up, but when it comes down to supply- ing what he knows will meet your TASTE, he does not mentiin thft buyer an adicr uoesn t Don't forget to U-t him have that picture you want framed as a surprise to your other half. You haw hidden it away long enough. Hurry up. The Musics! instrument Musical Supply Department is most complete.Violins, accordions and tho leaning lines in this have been remarked at............much reduced prices. A new and select stock of famous "Pest1' Foun- tain Pen, suitable for presentation; some of them stern expensive AMPLE STORAGE for Goods Until Christmas, Santa Glaus. Hig Headquarters. R. SAGE, The Picture Framer And just by the same token the city should rhavc a building inspect' or. The city engineer has got too much to do to look after all'the buildings that are being put up all over the city. As it is buildings'are being put up that are not according to the bylaws and are regular fire- traps. Everj.; .fire :that occurs in the city "shows faulty construction which would not have occurred if there-had been a building inspector whose-whole business it was to look after such things. 50 HEAD OF Heavy Mans and Geldings Ti be it Gty Sale tables St. OR. J. B. ELLIS DENTIST Graduate of WMrtem Reserve Univor Cleveland Ohio. OFFICE-WHITNEY CLOCK Phone 307 Hours: 9-12; 1-6 NOR VAN (Orchestral PUni-tt) Teacher of pianoforte, argan voioi production. Visits or receives or advanced. Coaching for Howard and pupiU, prepara- MAKES WARM HOUSE .WITH RO PLASTER v. CastsftPer Cent LESS Requires no expensive labor YOU Can Put It On Write For and instructions for applying, sending name of dealer to SOUE AQENTS MAN: For salfelocally by all lumber dealers i Western Excursions Single fare Plus for Round Trip From all stations in Ontario, Arthur and west, Manitoba, katchewan and Alberta to MR. ERNEST F. LAYTON, Violinist, Pupil of Geo. Wilbey, London, Eng and of Frank E. Blachforci. Toronto' w open for a number oi Pupils Also for At Homef ete. Terms on application 212. Song Port Sas- MR. ALBERT ELY Pupil of Dr. Brlgggr M. A.. Singing and. Voice Culture. Pupil of Chas. Hancock, Esq., F.R. C.O., L.B.A.M., Organ and Theory Voic. Culture, Pip, Orfan, Piano! Harmony and Thoory, Singing Open for citala. Etc. Terms, on Lethbridg., Alta. I HAMILTON tk YOUNG ENGIJSTEERS AND SURVEYORS Room 4r-Whttnty Block. B. Morton Also to VALLEY and KOOTENAY POINTS Tickets on sale December 1, 2, 3, 17, 18, 19, 1906. January 4, 5, 6, 21, 22, 23- and 24, 1909, good to return within three months. C.F.P.XSonybeare, .CONYBEARE JONES "BARRISTERS, SOLITITOR8, ETC- Offices Conybeare Block, Alborta. W. C. SIMMONS Advocntt. Etc. OfGce: Southard Block. The new charger for the Galloping Major will arrive at-the Lyceum to- night at 7.45. ADD I SON SON Funeral Diroeton and 321. Crabb St. LETHBRIDGE, _ ALTA. Office and ReafdeuctT Phone 101 The Oxford Cafe SERVES GOOD M6A'_S. Has .been Remodelled Freah Cigars, Fruit and 11 D R A YIN G m i T Uonfectionery JOE FONG Proprietor WHEN YOU WANT Good Meals AND Clean Rooms In Lake go to MAH TOY YAH RESTAURANT Grawy Laks TO THE PUBLIC "We have bought out the Star Transfer Co. Draying outfit, and are prepared to execute all orders for promptly satisfactorily. Coal delivered promptly. Oath on delivery. J. S. JlLPattesM Phone 70 Office in NeUoa ft Gow's Store CANADIAN PACIFIC ANNUAL P. B. ROLFSON ARCHITECT Room B Whitney Block. U.S. LOW ROUND TRIP RATES ta'i iNtkm NOVEMBER 90 at the HUB CAFE Scotch Broth Breaded Spring Lamb Cutlets Mashed Potatoes Green PBM Apple Dumpling MACDONALD ARCHITECT Block, FUdpath Lethbridge, Alt.. Lethbridg. (39) :A.'.F..VA. xa. R. A> Regular meeting third urddar each mouth in -Masonic Hall, P. O. Block. 8 p m Visitiw toethrea will alwaya a hearty, welcome. A.C.MESSER, W- M G.V.STORKEY, St. Paul and Minneapolis, Minn.; Milwaukee, WLs.; Chicago, 111.; Coun- cil Bluffs, v Des Marshall- town, Cedar Sapida, Waterloo, Sioux City, Fort Dodge, Dubuojie and Wa- terloo, la.; Omaha, >feb.; 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 P. Ky. Agent for information. I'm THEY ALL AGREE 'TIS BEST FOR ME to drink Alberta's Pride if we want to -bo healthy, happy and wise. The wisdom lies in drinking only a brew- ed beer, sufficiently "lagered" to givo good red corpuscles to the blood of the imbiber. First, .last and all the time, drink Lethbridge beer. LETIBRIDGE MALTING COMPANY, Ltd CANADIAN ANNUAL EASTERN CANADA EXCURSIONS 1 Secretary, P..O. Box H8T "Meets V Is f aid 3rd Mondays iriKvofP Hall at S o'clock. brethren are cordially invited. S. G. DAVIES, W.P 24-ly T J. WHITE. W. S Accounts must PAID before the 15th of each month Western Corporation Ltd. Capital Low Round Trip Eatez to ONTARIO, QUEBEC ANDi MARITIME PROVINCES Tickets on sale Dcc.J to Dec. 31, in elusive, good to return within three Tickets issued in connection Atlantic Steamship Business will be on sale from Nov. 21, and limited to five months from dale of issue. Equipment. Standard First- Sleeping Tourist Cars on all Through Trains Express Trains Baity LETHBRIDGE NO. C. B. R O. E. Meets on the second Toeaday of mouth at 8.15 p.m. E. A. 8HARMAN, M. E- B. flecreUry. Lodge Pride of Alberta, No. 293 Sou rf tiftm taefit Wet! in the KnigLia of first and tfcird Thursday in tbenaoath at 8 p.m. brrtfiren alwajs wri cone. Walter Applebjr, FrwlT. A.L. WWHesale Ufvor PWst SO J Financial Agents. Fiscal Agents i Brokers. for Royai Ltd i AH Standard Stocks F.O. In 8? HEAD B. C. THE "TORONTO EXPRESS1' T.eaves Winnipeg daily at 23.10, mak- ing connect'ons at Toronto fer all points east and west thereof. Apply to nearest C.PJR. Agent for full information. L. M. JOHMRhONE Barrister and Office aHicininf Union WORTH-WEST Of STATIONARY CNGINEERt Meet it, ihe Labor flail aod and fourth in tht month. Eujplryert oertiftcaisd gineen, and enfioeera omt yf ment, do well to with m, NEVIS, W. Secretary ;