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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 30, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta MONftAV, NO WOMAN thay ted THt COUNCIL TO BLAME A eaadtiaU lor AJdarmaa aimf rtatgiir ai BaeraUjry Tuaaayrar Ryl aoa ajad to behead aim if raaAff tbft cooacil. became Mr 4 (or aad was given aalarj-. Mr. Robiaeou is alter all he can get and ia boat the of mortals. The criticism fur the increases in sal- ary ahoxild be directed to the City They the increase, not UBT HIM SLEEP Star.) ol icranur oa a railway haa a wit. Oaa warm af taraooa, white aloag taa a, he talari of hie JMK placid- ly oa tha atahaalonMi. The diajptftadly at the he- libqiMnt for a --H minute and thau re- uarkad: on, paen, oa, fur ac lone as -you a Job, but wtwu you wafce up you ain't fot WhtM i. ill, for tha KMM fiber of hVxtd arahtn ThaahwfcBpwtaaiit rfwtla that uot eJofpjtd aft Tlwaa wha haw aawr w.ia kaav laiwcy awl waiea tW a'.RIcwi audeigo. KS.J Pilk aw a ayaaiie far all Tkay lUut acttoa rafdbr aad aaNral- Tk'ty K Ji> kidneya awl wUkh c oct tha bU War alt Uw urinary IXmi'i K drboy ara may nialy taken by yottaf old. Ior 4NI S! llry iwioa, Sana j VaJfey, V. K. L, Mr POLITICS IN MEW BRUNSWICK THE 15XLTP JK" CH1XA to all accouuta, ar- rival of the Cameron UighUiMters jn Pakin to the MiUdtaaex rnant as legation guarda Jui aomething of a seuaatiou aiuctig tha Inhabitants. The kilt is a cf wooderaiaut. 'J'hj ClJoa liataa w I ak' I I J I I 11 a Arm i s v: ttuo T >.-vs' tro ibla fa? jwara aow of T. Milbaru Co., Xiaut Out.- la ascerts that the uiv at work trying'Lo tie Scotch language. "They jira roporte'l u.s Al- ready making favorable It- down In New- BrunsVick is1 stead of their favorite expression, a Tery fwmy galtne. The Hazen gov- at'was'elected as coalition go "roe no they employ "I Raymond od, Raymond High School TJtarary. SofiHy held their peeting yesterday at 3 p.m venuaeiit though. in the recent Do- campaign Hr. Hazen used the of the government in'the in- ternets of'the Conservative party. "of the meittbers of the govern- maBt John ilorrisey. lie is a'Liberal. He represents the county of Xorthuinberlabd, which returns fowt' membeni altogether to the Jjpg- most of whom are Liberals anft'T all' of them supporters of, the government. At the "present time there Is a bye election takiug place county to fill a. vacancy in the legislature. Hozeu and Mor- dinna eigoer- with greet the for- with au excellent Auchtermuchty is adxled that some compfm dorefi, who arc men of an inquisitive turn of mind, want to know 'what for" new soldier man catchee cloths allee same which recalls the story of the' Russian Crimean veteran reciied. "The priaeipal j, ex-eat the debate. It was very exciting and some good poiats were brought out. afHrmative "That Whit tier a better Amer: ican author than won by two pointa. The Miss 5fcE-44. Miee Davis and Xr. who declared that the beat fighters in the were the women! ker. Coleman tColeinan, Tsov. and Mrs. H. "M. Gale arrived in town, on the Concert .last evening, whore iMJss Lena Duthie, the Scotch reported to have Owing, to the danoe in Stirling, which many, of the .Raymond people was not an audience as expected, to hear the not F. German Tfce SKocmaa Between Sage's and risey selected a government candi-j festbound local this evening. sinfer i rj- fcp- pinctej Creek was a nsitor in on j result bath, parties held" conventions and' decided to put straight party candidates in the field. The1 amusing feature of the situa- tion is that "Mbrrisey "5 supporting while Premier Hazen, his leader, is understood to be using, his influence for the Conser- vative nominee, The upshot is like- ly to be that party lines-will be fol- lowed iu Newr Brunswick provincial politics in the future. If that is the Board of Trade are going ito'Jiold a basket picnic party the Coke! meeting house. The ladies will bring-j o. have put on the double shiit again, i baske'ts. containing lunch, which will Thursday. The International Coal and This will make things better and j be served about ten In the-evening, brighter for Goleman. i The programme will commence, at 8 K. M. Boak's many friends in dance will be VI man, will regret to know that he Invitations are being issued moved to Lethbridge where he has tni" week. bren appointed to the management! Albert Hickens and Mr. Hobert of a butcher shop in thatiArgo leave today for "Utah. city. While residents of outcome the Hazeu government will be placed ia a precarious position! as three or four JJberals now support- ing- Mr. Hazen, may over the Opposition. to friends who will be bony to hear of Mr. HurtJRodeback returned today many] from Lethbridge. their removal from the Pass. ST. jEvons is in town today. j Mr.-Bob of Stirling was in Bay- John Unsworth lias been appoint- mond-on -business ed to the new miners' check telephones. THE "GOODY GOODY1-' TYPE Herbert B, Ames, K. P., for" St. Aatoine, Montreal, has been posing as one of the goody goody boys in public life but he scons to be up to an. man position made possible bv ther The sugar factory wUl be closed double, shift. J idown m .the course of a. week or so, The apreement existing between Dr. j run having Ijeen completed for Westwood and the local miners' un-j ion has been renewed for years f more. the doctor wneat 'around .Raymond all the tricks of the ward He admits having interviewed -Robt.JldeDT All will be blad to know that j this year been good itor will eontin- io be a bushels of wheftt HaTe been marketed for which the farmers Blckordike, Liberaii if. P. for the St. 1 aud Harry Higgins returned! have received Lawrence division of Montreal and threatened to enter a protest against that, gentleman if proceedings were taVen against him in St. Antoine. Mr.. Bickerdike wouldn't be frighten- If appearances count for any- thing Mr. Ames seems to be- afraid to have the methods used to bring- about his election brought to light in a court of law. This is the man who travelled about Westcrn Canada mg about the need of i.k-als our public life. The Ellison Milling Co. expect to Institutional 1 have their mill run throughout the todtty from Mneleod. Tlie service at the Church on Sunday evening next will'entire year, as was the case lasi be conducted -along temperance liri-l year. Their business has been great es. At the close of the service a spe-ib' increased, -such" that they ha-ve cial meeting of the local branch of j found it necessary to .secure outside! the Alberta Temperance and Moral labor. Reform Leatrue will be held. EDISON For money inveat- there is nothing that will givegrea-. tar interest in am- usement and plea- sure for the long winter evenings. Hew 4 leads id! niccs i to PHDNOGMPH OUR POINT OF VIEW Lethbridge is the best city in Al- berta 'and it wants 5r3 best men in the cjty council The work of improving Lethbridge will not end with 1908. There will! be heaps of work for next year's coiin cil. I _____ i Senator Dnunmoud is advocating j that certain streets in Montreal be! widened to relieve the congestion of! traffic. It is net likely that any Western cities ?rill ever be forced to take this expensive action. The streets of Western cities are generally of generous proportions. Roosevelt. has been, lambasting ev- erybody directly or indirectly concern ed with Standard Oil and still he! a big salaried job with the! York Outlook, a papcr controll-! by James StiHman, one of the! factors in the Standard Oil' combination. The Montreal Herald jmblishon a! cut of Beattie Xesbitt, the foraer! political boss of Toronto, and tried' to lead its readers to believe that it! wns Mayor Tom Johnson of Clevo-i land. Beattie is fat. fnir and forty, i but you could tell his face in a proup of a miUion. He is not n like tho Mayor of Cleveland but is! very much on the right side of market financialiv. I Experienced Pallbearers Wanted Not to bury that near-stiff "The Early Closing By- law" but to stand around inside THE BOOK STORE and profession- ally weep over I Albion Ridge Albion Ridge, Xov. stork visited the house of ilr. Alfred Walsh jlast week and left a .little, stranger the. shape of a baby girl. The new barn being built on 3fr, S Lynn's place is approaching comple- i tion. It will be one of the largest in this part of the country. School is closed here now, 3tr. Rid- ley, the teacher, having gone to the Alberta University at Edmonton. This has been a bad fall as regards j preparation of the soil for the next year's crop. Hardfy any ploughing] has.been done, owing to the dry wea-j ther. I Mr. George Welsh is still away in! North Dakota looking after his inter! ests there. lie. is exacted back short; iy now. A ball is going to held in the sc-hool house on Friday, 4th. To dine once at our cafe invariably means that you will become regular .pat- ron. We have the most extensive menu in the city ford Rate, acr FT week 35c Chow Sam Co. McEel vi e. McG uire's Old SHORT OSDEB AT All BOOKS Itmiber Co. Hi OEM OIL W. i. QALMUITH XMUaiU I HOUM: I iu i IBs 1 to The Sevth Alberta Lumber Co. Ltd. Corner W- 'Mini Kter PW22S Lcthbridge New Daytoo 4. B. CLUB OCimBT 107 BLOCK MAKES WARM HOUSE WITH NO PLASTER Costsft Per Gent less Requires no expensive labor YOU Can Put It On Write For Free Sample and instructions for apply ing, sending name of to 8OS-E: AOENT8 MAN. 50 HEAD OF Heavy Hans and Geldings Tt be ba Or? RODGERSAYOWiG SHeStaMts St. MADAM MOIWAM 10 Initial aj .popila. >ry or Coaehiof lor Hauaa, OafchJ MR ERNCfT. F., i VfetfniaV i of Qeo. Wilkey, Md o< Prank E. Blaebford; b open, for' a UmHed of Abo for At Hornet on applieatioo 211 For sale locally bj all lumber dealers PACTFir Western Eii Single; Fare for the Round Trip From all stations in Ontario, Arthur and west; Manitoba, katchewan and Alberta to MR. ALBCftTIU PupU II. _ Open for Bte.- on Port Saa. HAMILTON It YOUNQ, ENGINEEEB. AND. Room Hamilton, Ont., Nov. Rev Dr. pastor of Century church tonight scored the attitude of the po- lice commissioners who, he declared, ited disorderly houses. mm VESTilHSIER to OKM4AGAN VALLEY and KOOTENAY POINTS TicKets on sale December 1, 2, 3, 17, 18, 19, 1906. .January 4, 5, 6. 23" and 24, 1909, good to. return within three months. B; Mactan K.C., B.p.U CONYBEAHE 4 JONES BARRISTERS, 8OLITITOB8.. ETC- Offices: Blocks _ W, C. 8IHHOHS aon Okactara Th The voice of the people seem to count for much in England. House of Commons, irprescnta- j of {lie passes a licensing! Tt to House of Lords i is defeated hy thnt body, reprc- of the ability ar-d privi- closes. Some of these days tne Country will be in thvrtea itation to abolish ihe Upper Which begins today and lasts until next year. Pat- rons will please not talk to the weepers, but strict- ly attend to the business of seeing, then buying, they help buying when they see Limp Leather presentation novels by Ralph Connor and other authors at each. Christmas Books for the youngsters of all ages tit 33c on the Papeteries and pads embossed "Leth- in uark blue, at less money than Eaton's conk! buy them in car lots. Souvenir tablets at whole- sale, The only up-to-date Book Store in Southern Alberta is ran by SEE SERVES GOOD MEAL3. Has been Remodelled Fresh Oysters, Cigars, E rail and Confectionery JOE FONG Proprietor J TO THE PUBLIC j We have bought out the Star Transfer Co. Dray ing outfit, and are prepared to all orders for tDRAYINGt promptly satisfactorily. Coal delivered promptly.. Oath, on delivery. J. S. Hip A. L Phone TO Ofice in Nelsoa A Cow's Store CANADIAN PACIFIC ANNUAL. EXCURSIONS LETHBRIDGE, and ALT A. F. Bk fNILFSON AUCHITECT- I D5D NOT WANT PRESENTS at! WHEN YOU WANT Good Meals AND Engineer of Steamer Testifies Marine Inquiry i St. John. X. P... Nov. At this] morning's session of Marine Inquiry.; Mnlcolm Morris, cnjfincer S. S. Cur-j lew. said ho had received presents of' money from ifcDonald of the lCcDon-{ aid Iron Works for having recommenj steamers to have repairs Etadc hy that firm. He had told McDonald'. that he did not vrant any presents.: He had also recommended steamers: to go to Fleming's and McAvity's. but had received nothing from either) chose firms. II. H. Proven, marine i agent. Harding's clerk, satd he had! never received presents. The system i in the department for the most part! was for the merchants to charge they could get and on occasions he[ had known Harding to object tohighi prices for some articles. He knew' nothing of any noke-ofTs on the partj or any officials of the departnwnt. Tho inquiry adjourned to meet to-s morrow in Halifax, but according to! the counsel for the government il will lllwly reopen again in New Bmnc-1 wick at a Ifttcr date. i Clean Rooms In Grassy Lake go to MAH TOY YAH RESTAURANT Grassy Laka Alta. JAS. A. MACOOHALO StrWt U.S. POINTS LOW ROUND TRIP RATES Paul and Minneapolis, Minn.; Ww.; Chicago, 'Coun- cil Bluffs, Des Moines, Martbjill- town, Cedar Rapids, Waterloo, Sioux ity, Fjori Dodge, Dubuque and Wa- terloo, Ia.; Omaha, Kansas ity, St. Joseph and St. Louis. ICo. Tickets on fair daily DEC. I to 31, INCLUSIVE good to return' within three months. Apply to nearest C. P. Ky. Agent for information. A. F. A M., Q. R. A. meeting night, tife tfeirn 'ol each month ia UM HaD; P. O. Block, at a VWttaf brethren wifl always a hearty wekococ. A.C.MESSEE, P. 0. Bos ur id HaU, o'clock, brethren are cordially iavited Visiting ANNUAL trims lia's I DECEMBER 1 at the HUB CAFE Split Pea Soup Tenderloin of and Fried Onions Mashed Potatoes Stewed Tomatoes Custard Pudding JTHEY ALL AGREE TIS BEST FOR ME to drink Alberta's Pride if we wan 1 to be healthy, happy and viie. Ih lies in drinking only a brew cd beer, sufficiently "lagered" give good red corpuscles to ihe blood of the imbiber. First, last and all the time, drink Lethbridge beer. LETHBRIWjt BREWING A MALTING COMPANY, Ltd EXCURSIONS Weitera Chartered Corporation Ltd. Capital Financial Fiscal Agents Brokers. for Ud Round Trip to. ONTARIO, QUEBEC AND MARITIME PROVINCES Tickets on sale Dec, 1 to Dec. SI, in good to return within three Tickets issued, in connection Atlantic Steamship Business will be on sale from Nov. 21, and limited to fire months from date of Usne. finest Equipment. Standard Firvt- ciass and Can Tratm S. G, W-ly T J WHITE. LtTM BRIDGE C. B, P. MO. ft O. V Meets oa the Taetdaj ol each month at 8.15 p.m. E. A. 8HABXAN, M. PEIE8T. 1 E Btiretar? Lodge Pride No: MR kfct) vrrrj tnrt third TkatvdAj io tit at-8 6ytss Train My Standard Stocks Hf.adkd MEAD OFFICE-VICTORIA, B. C. THE "TOROWTO T.eavea Winnipeg daily at n.10, mak- ing connect'ons at Toronto for all points cast and west thereof. Apply to nearest C.P.R. Afent toe tall information. Na. or ITATtONARY CNQIMCtMl Meet in the Labor BaO and aod fovrtb month. L. M Office a4lfcfQint with w. IEVUI. W. A. ;