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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 5, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta OAiLV HERALP. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 8, IMfl. Established 1907 coitshod by the Daily Herald Print- .UK Co., Ltd., every lawful evening u its office, kound St.. Lethbridge, Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN Director and Editor Subscription Rates oiife year, delivered 2.00 1.00 .35 3.00 1.75 .85 speech was 'hiuppy and force- ful. and. he uiadf a giv.-it hit. city put up .uiui'ty tlv.'usan.d dollars fur a new We liuve a special brand at a a'bottle. A splendid bracing tonic. Get a bottle now al The PEOPLE'S DRUG STORE NORTH WARD W.P.J. ALEXANDER, .Phone 446 Prescription Specialist. Night Bell Graduate Druggist and Optician. I The Bentiey Co. ltd. sow !J lETItW JOHN GEDDES GRAIN COMMISSION MERCHANT Offices: Winnipeg and j-eth- bridge. Lethbridge Office: 307 Crabb street: Phone 455. G. DeC. O'GRADY, Jr. Agent. HE TASTED THE DREGS Former Well Known Canadian Dies in Sore Distress ACTOR AND CRITIC District Attorney Jerome, of New York, ,ivas praising at the Union Club a resourceful lawyer. "Get him in a said Mr. Jer- ome, "and he is out of it the verv next second. He is as resourceful as an actor I recently heard about. This actor, at 2 or 3 o'clock one morning, got into a taxicab to drive home, and when almost there discovered that his money was spent. He had notiiing for cab fare. A famous phy- sician lived near by, and the re- sourceful actor told the chauffeur to stop there. Then he jumped out, rang the physician's night bell, and screamed up the tube in an agonized voice 'Doctor, our baby It has sval- lowed its rattle Quick I've got a taxicab waiting 'I'll be down at said the doctor. "And he appeared at once, an over- coat over his pajamas, and a case of instruments under his arm. The actor bundled him into the taxicab. 'To 81 West Stecnth ho said to the chauffeur. 'I'll go on to the druggist's.' "And the actor walked ofl chuck- ling, for the address he had given was that of an old maid dramatic critic who had dared to ro'ast his last play." Detroit. Midi.. Oct. a pro- minent ana'wealthy citizen of Vfiar- t'.-n. Out., George Galloway, aged 67. died lit the Wayne County Poor House tonight, an unfortunate vic- tim of Twelve years jigo Galloway, then- a prosperous merchant of-Wiartoa, became involv- ed in un unsuccessful wholesale fish j practically him to penury. TJnabU; to meet his old friends and business associates., he earn-' to Detroit.' but there was no place for Trim; he was too old. j Finally he picked up and sent to the county poor Ivuse. pre- served marked reticence as to form- er friends and his old home, but left. directions that in case of death, his sister.. Miss Anna now residing in Wiarton. be notified.. This has been done, and the body will probably be claimed tomorrow. Gal- low-ay at one time reputed to be worth more than CERTAINLY Cbltofestfypnitype Store Is the cheapest in town Very Best Prices Pnid for -luind Goods The .Golden West Furniture Store Baroness Road, beside Arlington Hotrl tlu Autos Overhauled If your automobile needs overhauling this do not; forget that the Standard G-arage can do it. All onr work is fully guaranteed. THE LAST OF BUFFALO Another and Final SfrVt Wiii be Made tD Roundup Remainder of Pablo Herd. file Standard -Garage Co, I Phone 343. Wood St. I Bryan Block Phone 425 Storage Ipply: The SOUTHERN ALBERT! IDIOM JRVESTMEIT CO. DR. W S. Surgeon, Accoucber. 9 a.m.' U-3; p.m. Office path 8t, Phone 53. DOCTORS MEWBURN AND -K.'dpath Street. r- n a.m., 2.3. DR. A. Block, Residence oor. Bompas and Crabb. Ofloe 177; Off J. E. LOVER J tnrgeon. Accoucher, Mlock.... 9 a.m.. n to I .'i to 5. 7 to 8. Phone, day tiight. 342. Just arrived at Stock Yards 40 Mares and Geldings 40 J. F. Rodgers Sale Stables Wood Street, Lethbridge A GENERiOUS GIFT TO GREAT FALLS SCHOOLS THE BARGAIN Richard Vinton Dawlishi the LET HIM SEE IT THROUGH Albertans will be delighted if Karl Grey's term as governor general of is extended long enough for him to participate in the opening of the Parliament Buildings at Edmon- ton. He_was present at tlie inaug- uration ceremonies lour years ago, and he lias now laid the corner stone of the Parliament Buildings. It would be a happy circumstance if he was here to dedicate these buildings. Earl Grey is a serious minded gov- ernor. His speeches are character- ized' by appeals to Canadi; said Fashion expert of Topeka, condemned in New York the "perpetual cn-ase" that eastern tailors now promise the trousers wearer. "Everything is a Mr. Dawlish, cynically. "You iron in a perpetual crease 'V.ihout damaging the cloth. The crease may be perpetual, but not so the Uouners. every advantage has its disadvantage. Thus, in Topeka, the other day, ny two little sons were playing circus. To please them, I joined them in the garden. They were selling urns to build their country upon ..substantial foundations. Western Caufada and its possibilities appeal to him strong- ly and wlunx-vt-r lie may be located we will always have in him a staunch advocate of our interests. A SMALL PIECE OF BUSINESS Edmonton's action in declining to join the Alberta Union of Municipal- ities places the capital city in a ri- diculous position, Especially since the Bulk-tin defended the course pur- sued by remarking that that city has gained all it can from membership, and is now so advanced in municipal knowledge that no person or persons can teach it anything. That wonder- ful city ought to get off its high horse and condescend to give its neighbors all the tips ft can about municipal government, but apparent- ly it believes in a selfish policy of retaining all this knowledge for its own use, after, as it admits, it has help from !thc experiences of other cities in Alberta during its membership in the Union. Edmonton, if it persists in holding aloof from other Alberta municipali- ties, must expect to suffer as a con- sequence. The larger cities of this province, even if they feel they have gained all the help possible from the membership in this Union, must be generous and fair enough to stay with the Union and assist in solv- inng the problems of the younger towns and cities. 'Here y' are Pine pink lemon- jade Only two cents a glass Toro- 'my shouted. 'Here y' are cried the younger brother. 'Freeh lemonade All you can drink for a cent "f sampU-d each merchant's Cover- age. The penny lemonade seemed quite as good as the dearer sort. In fact, it seemed almost better. T drank three glasses of it. Then T said 'Why is your lemonade, Harry, cheaper than your brother's Tr.'s just as good.' 'Of course, it's just as snid Harry 'only the eat fell in it.' OUR POINT OF VIEW Ontario's representative at the cor- ner stone laying ceremonies at Ed- monton did that province credit. Mr. INDIAN BOUGHT FOUR HUNDRED DOLLAR HORSE Cranbrook, Oct. the In- dian, purchased the race horse la- dora from four hundred dollars for saino. That is going for an Indian. Citizen Offers to Pay a Year to Establish Manual Training Great Falls, Oct. to the generosity and public-spiritedness of J. B. Long it seems assured that there'will be installed in tlie Great Falls public schools departments "of manual training" and ..domestic sci- ence. Mr. Long has agreed to pay per year for two years to get these departments started, provided that the additional amount needed is supplied either by the school board or other citizens. The school board has -had the mat- ter of establishing manual training and domestic science in tlie schools under consideration for a year or two, and while it was regarded 'as highly desirable that there should be -such the board always found itself short of funds to under- take the work, owing to the constant demand for new buildings and other additional expense made necessary by the continued growth of the city schools. Sirfee Mr. Long's offer be- came known several of the members of the school board have talked the matter over informally among them- selves and with others interested, and- it appears to be assured that at the ru-xt meeting of the board action will taken appropriating an am- ount liqiial to that offered by Mr. Long for the domestic, science and nuiniui! training work., Oct. final roundup of the romiimincler of the Pablo buf- falo herd on the Flathead reserva- wifl be- resumed this week, according to G. H. Beckwith, of St. Ignatius. The Canadian commissioner has ar- rived and Michael Pablo has assem- bled his crew oi picked riders and trained horses to make a last effort to roundup the remaining 150 ani- mals. Those that" are not coralled on this roundup will probably be sold to the National Bison society, and placed in the new pasture on the reservation. Reports that Canada would present what- animals could not be secured to the United States are erroneous. Canada only pays for those which are delivered in good condition ac- ross the and for no others. A. big boom has been built across the river about 30 miles above Rav- all.i, ancl it is the intention to force the animals to take the current, and thft will hr third Thursday o! each month 'n thp Masonic Hall, P: 0. Block, at S p.m. Visiting brethren will al. ways receive a hearty A. C. Measer. W.M. G. V. 'storkey. P. O. Box 537. Modern Woodmen of America Lethbridge Camp No. 13688. in the Oddfellows Hall every and fourth Wednesday of the month. Visiting neighbors will .ways receive a hearty welcome. Oomn- icillor. C. L. Griffith; Banker. W. i f Olfrt. N. J. F. HAMILTON, Land Surveyor, irrigatiwu an-i Hv draulic Engineer. Eoom 5, ney Block. Phone 205. ARCHITECTS AND CONTRACTOR. VM. T WILLIAMS-Architect. Wfaii ney Block. Late of WiJliams Arclntects, Detroit. F. 8. Whitney Block. JAS. A. r'chitec-'J Macdonald Block. Redpatb Lethbridge Aita. fcion. Lethbridgo. Specialist'in Fireorrn mg. sanitation, heating and firaeat E. Carver M J A., A.A.3.C., Etc' >ndge Office, Bryai l nureing by d< or week, Mrs. C. R. Gray, It 3irs t" 314 Catbiil 8t house off Redpath, or Phone 87. 225-.; t builder Estimates free. Repairir: and alterations, a Per' porary office City oi Box 355 City H. Draft man and contractor. Estimaf cheenully given. If you WJinl see our new ideas in constructiol let us show you. Thi-y won't cost y.- anything. Address WlLLIAM.WATTS-Builder and tractor, is prepared to give mates free of cost ou all work in the building trade, inch mg, repairs, alterations Box f -Lethbridge. ERBERT ntract. r 7 concrete walks. La and all kind.- of cincrr work. Terms reasonable E- mates cheerfully Anplv Bd 630. City. J UNDERTAKING DDISON takers and Embalmers. The old" escahlishtd husinesp in the crr Phone 102. Office and 32] Crabb St. open r and night. S. FETTERLY-FUNERAL RECTOR AND riages and equipment new i to date. Parlors opposite fire h; Open day and 1 P. 0. Box 403, ;