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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 6, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta (HE i.tTH3/.knG� UMiLY HERALO, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 6. I90�. is; Daily Herald siniiil men ti. do .-tnali thintrs. Dijitiioiul City i.er, 1907 Publi�hed by the DaiJy Herald Print-uig Co., LtJ., every lawtui evening I it� office, X'.oaaU St., Lethbridge, Albefla, Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN ManaainK Uireetor and Editor Subscription Ratas Ua.ly, on� � year, delivered .. Daily, gix mouths, deiivcreJ Oailr, three monlha. defivered Oailf, one month, delivered . Daily, o'dh year, by uiaii .. . Daily, gix aiojjihs, by mail . Daily, three month.al politics. It helps SCOTLAND AND THE SCOTCH Chi'f Gi!U'.spie has the right idea ijf niiiking good citizens out o1 the children insteiul of coni[x;!li.'ip tiicni to be i.'ooinf ini'iny jirnt c^iiii: and )>;-csvrviiig sonii' of lh>' old lot's of Ihf C.'ni;iiJi;iii Wi'.sl. It Wi uUi usfist to iniprosa upon the comini;' penrT.-iliiins that ih West i.s , Jvv-l'oJicc ( u hmd ivitlt ;i history-u laud where 1 NVw York ;ii battles h;rd to be fi/uirlil luii'i hliifid ,graft : ahni Ij'Um- ii bfcaoir .-i Ijwl '4 [/.�.vCr-, "The gr;if(ri isn't so easily cauiihl. and ph-nty. If rli-se old iorts iimi ; be i.Mi'i (piji,. .s,, miiv,. as an (dd fel-ofher hist'iric liMiliioirks nvo ()ei-,'i;it-; Jow llicy used to tell about in Anil-tr-l fn decay an,I ilisapjveiir Iho nnoiinver. This old fdUnv was su.sjiectcd women of the funire w-j'lf Ojiok.'of taniperin,g- ujlij c-liuifh lays of HE BIT ;ni;i)(S,siojicr Hingh.iP! of a recent dinner said of and the (Mrly pcaccftil and those in tltc lands. I.pt us preserve th- few spots left in th,. cnmtry. colle a , remarkably good showing for any i Uuid. t)t oats tlie staple diet of the i .Scot over thirty-three million bushels; were grown annually, the average 'yield (icing aiKi'U thiriy-f'our bushels j la the acre. i The nu-iil population, however, lie; slated, was dccrcasin,',', and in Ihoi large centres of industry the serious' jpnddeni of the unemployed was be-j : coining ;i vc.\ed qU(-stion with the au-i ; thorilies . i ; .Speaking ui the Scottish traits: , many an iniident illiislrating the dry f ciitting humor and'the sturdy inde-; ; pendcncr of the people was recounted. | ) Mi.ss .Scoli's and jMi.ss Alexander's! I s(dos at the beginning tif the pro-' gramme were enthusiastically ap-^ lldanded, the Old familiar Scotch ; songs that lind a welcome every-, wliere. ; CERTAINLY Golden West Furniture Store Is the c'liojipest in town Very Best Prices Paid Secoud-liaiid troocis for The Golden West Furniture Store Baroness Roiid. V)Oside tlie Arlititiitau Plote.l JOHN GEDDES GRAIN COMMISSION MERCHANT Offices: Winnipeg and Lethbridge. Letbbridge Office: 307 Crabb ttrcct: Phone 45S. G. UeC. O'QRADY. Jr. Agent. I Autos OveVhauled Bryan Block Phone 42B Storage Ipply: The SOUTHtIN lUEITI lOM UNO IRVESTMEIT CO. DR. W. S. QALBRAITH-Phygieten Surijeoii, Accoucher. Bouro- RMen 9 a.m., a-3; 7.8 p.m. Office 014 Rf-e path St. Phone 53. DOCTORS MEWBURN AND OEANfi -Redpatb Strert. Hour*-Beforr  a.ui., a.3, 7-8. DR. A. McNALLY-Office Staflord Block. Residenee eor. Bampat and Crabb. Phona: OAm IW; reiidenoe 72, DR. J. e. LOVERINO-PfaydOMa auriseoi), Accouener. Oddfellow. Block. Hoiire-Till fl a.m.. 11 k 1 3 to S. 7 to 8. Phone, day en� nigbt. 343. BRITISH SHIPBUILDERS COMING May Start '^ard in Canada in Order to Build Our Navy. If your automobile needs overlianlina; this -winter, do not forKot that tlie Standard, Garage can do it. All onr work is fully guaranteed. Tiie Standard Garage Co. Phone 343. Wood 8t. th � ,\Vivsi liajipy comp!uT(l pirineer day.- in \ver�> with other hist''.-:c THE WARD SYSTEM Every citizen, whij hiia the tity's welfare at heart, should oppose al' efforts to introduce the ward i-y.i'vni in this city. Jn.st at the presejit moment Eegina is advocating the abolition of the sy.stom, because it Iwa develop-^d a form of municipal goy^-rnment Ihn* is ii menace to profrross. Those who followed the proceiiidings of the municipal inquiry at Mont-erl couM not but be imprea.sed with the rottenness of the ward system in 'h.it city. In almost every instance the aldermen worked for their wards and neglected the greater interests of the city as a whole. The North Waril should look with disfavor on the idea. J( that section was created into a ward it would still be ill a min'irity ,and would suffer by ri-a.son of ward patronajre, on account nt being in the minority. That portion 0/ the city will receive fair treat-nii'iit at the hand.s of the entire city, but it wi4ild be well for the elector." to Sideet a strong, capabU,' mini, who wonl-i be un influence in the city counoil. to represent them. tions. A eotiple ot L-Uiinsy traps that, were set fin- him faileil to woric Then one day a young deacon wallicii past liis house leading a new horse. " 'That's a fine horse, deacon,' the old fellow shouted. 'Did you buv him at the fair ?' " 'Yes,' said the deacon. Then, as the other came'^nearcr, he added ; " 'I bought hini with my pickings out ot the collection plate.' "The old man looked horrified. 'Good gracious ]' he said. 'I'V(. often taken enough niy.self to buy a hat or a pair of trousers ; but, deacon, in takin' enough to buy a horse, ain't ye committin' a positive sin 1' " ILLNESS JUST A FEINT Intended to Get Lamphere Out of Prison Parole CURFEW RINGS MORE THAN EVER As a Result of Agitation of The 'W. C. T. U. ROSEBERY; PAST AND PRESENT fii iiis reci^nt gre-it speech PreniiiM-Ascpiitli tiinieil the t.'ible.s on t.ord Ro.si'ljery by (pudiiig freni a speech he iiad ileliveiTil sume years ago i\p-piiiviiig of the tuxivtimi of ground rents. He iilso hist.'uiced Cfhulstoiie's ileolaration al'iie-' tln' >MW: li'ie, and then iiskeil: "Is Rnscbery a .Sociali.st l.ieeiiiise li  i.l(' of r-.Tctiiig drinkiiiL' lountaius or |,iri viiliiig iv/iler {.�inks for the use of the genera! public. ^ AJichigan- City. Ind., Oct. ,7.-Hi-|)orts that are being sent out periodically coneer.iing the illness of Ray Lamphere, whu is serving iu the penitetitiury hi're for the buniing of the Guino.ss home near LaPorte, Ind. are declared to be exaggerutiuiis by pris.iii authorities. Lamphere i.� sfi.'l u patient lying in the prison hospital, but it is declared he is no worse than he was three or four months ago and there is no imtnmediate danger of his dying. 'It is asserted here that reports of his immediate danger (;f dijath ari' co-incident to every movement to get him pardoned or paroled. London, Oct. 4.-Kepresentalives of thr'C leadiig British ship buikli.ig firms, Fnirflelds of Greenock, Vickers Maxim of Barrow and John Brown, nlao of Clyde, are now on their way to Canada to interview Canadian ministers relative to baby Canadian navy. It is understood they are prepared to discus.s establishment of Canadian yard.s so that much as possible of new nnvy may be built in Canada. The great ship building firm of Cauimell Laird, with whom Vickers Marim are associated, recently bought tract of land in the vicinity of Vancouver. TRY TO MURDER AN OLD INDIAN OUR POINT OF VIEW With a fifty thousand dollar Hillary R. B. Bennett would not be compelled to take a back seat in the financial world with the Governor General of Canada. A MAN KILLED BY VICIOUS HOGS One thing is certain and that is that R. B. Bennett is worth the money or tlie C. P. R. wouldn't give him an offer to refuse. Diamond City, with a railroad and a bank, is well advanced towards fame. Cardston land will soon be selling at as big a prico as Cobalt mineral claims. ' One alert, nggresaivo representutivo is all the Nortli 'iViird needs in the city council. Got such a innn nnd abandon the ivai-d system forever. The city council should provide a half dozen polls for the municipal elections so that all the $4.80 votes can,be cast. Earl Grey ought to be an aceom- \'ancouver, \^. C., Oct, 2.-An unusual tragedy oeeurred at Chilliwack re.slerday, in which .Limes R. Hes-ken, aged 2S, lost his life. Hesken in company with Charles Carter, a farmer, was driving hogs to market along a public highway, when the animals became uncontrollable. One of them attacked Hesken and he lost his footing. Other animals immediately jumped on him and gored him with their tusks. Carter ran for help and three men armed with clubs finally drove oil the liogB. Hesken died Jtrom the shock and loss of blood. Ti^o Colored Men Visit Camp Near Havre and Attack Buck and Squaw Great Falls, Oct. 4.~Two colored men visited an Indian camp one mile we.^t of Havre Saturday evening and committed murderous 'assault on un old Indian named Buffalo, breaking his skull wnth nil axe and rendering him unconseiou)^, says the River Press. An old squaw was also b,idly cut. The Indians being unable to understand Engli.sh, fuller p/irticu-lurs are hard to obtain. An effort is being made to secur.' an intorpre-ti'l^'. No arrests have been m(rde, but lwi> colored men, both recent arrivals at Havre, ore sij.speet"d. FIRST STEP TAKEN , Montreal, Oct: 4.-The first' real step towards creation ol a Canadian navy was taken tonight by the irriv-al here from England of Professor J. Harvard Biles, of Glasgow, vice-prefiident of 1 is;itut� of Naval Architects. It is understood that Prof. Biles wi 1 confer with Hon. L, P. Brodour in regard to naval defence it will p^ you to trade with us. Pioneer Lumber Co. 242-26 Just arrived at Stock Yards 40 Mares and Geldings 40 J. F. Rodgers Sale StiEibies Wood Street, Lethbridge O. A. TAYLOB M.O.. CM ^Specl.T ist. Eye. Ear, Noae and Throat, Stafford Block. Lethbridge. Alts Office Hours-9,3(�-ia a.m., a.� p a, 7.9 p.m. COAL Best Lump on the market, $4.25 per ton "delivered-c.o.d. Nut coal, $2.75, delivered. Address postcard to New Barnes Mine, Royal View, F. WAODINGTON Phone 261 City Agent. DR. GARNET T. IVES, DENTIST- Graduate Royal College ol Dental Suigeoas, Toronto. Staflerd Agne-Block, Rooms A and a. Hours �.18 t-5. MISS G.A.DAINTY-Graduate nuitr. has opened a privte maternity bo� pital on Wall work St., near the El lisoH Mills. Obstetrical caaess, to $3 00 per day. Treatment case*. $2.00 per day 'Young children. $J.50 per day Patients art �rpeci ed to pay one week in advance, �nd to pay for their own m^dioiues �nn spirits. V�hone 26U. MUSIC JOHANNES H. MACMILLIAN-P. pil e Italy; Udrl Simius, of iterliu, (in many. High Clas.H Scotch mufie . specialty. l)peu for recitals bm. (]uets, concerts, etc. For term" ply c|o' Ruytil ColUerieB. Lethbridf.  CARBONATED BEVERAGES .supplied by ua are alwaya of the highest and uniform quality, givt ford. Blk H. H. DUNWOOOY-Bairteter, So lioitor. Ete., Office Acadia Blonk Lethbridge. Alta. 8URVEYINQ J. F. HAMIUTON, B.A.Sc.--Domin)oi Laud Surveyor, irtig&tinu and H; draulic Engineer. Boom 6, Whit ney Block. Phone 806. LOOQE PRIOE OF No. 293, aubeot*.. Sons ot Engiand Benefit Societ) Meets in the OddledDows' Hull every Brst and third Wednesday the month at 9 p.m. For full particulars apply * W. J. Wade, Frud T. Bobin* W. President a�e.. Bos 67. 8 ImperiaJ Bank of Canada HEAD OFFICE-TORONTO Capital Authorind ............. .......................|(O,00a,�S0 Capital Paid Up ....... ........................... 6,000,000 R��|rva Fund ........................................... 8,000,000 D. R. Wllkia, Preeident. Hon. Robert Jaflrayi Vice-President. Accounts of Aarporationa, Munioipalitieg, Merehanti, Fanners and Private ladMduaU invited. ^ SAVINQS DEPARTMENT-Speeial attentien is given to Savings Bank Acoounta. Depoilta of ll.oo and upwards received and inier-est allowed from date ot deposit. ,�_ LETHBRIDGE BRANCH-^W. R. fBATLC. Manager. Begin Bloek. Round 8t., beside BenUey's Store. I LETHBRIDQE CALEDONIAN SOCIETY Meets Caledonian Hall. Olyn St. Club room open evening 7.30 to 10.30. Sunday excepted. All Scotsmen welcome. A. L. JOHNSTON. Secy.. J. a. KELLIE, Box aaO. Pres. litlMigilirtila.m Meets and Ist ird M o n d ays in K. of P Hall at o'clock. Visiting orethren are cordially invited. a. ASHCROFT. W.P. 34-ly OUS NEIDI6. W.. A.F. & A.M., Q.R.A. - Lethbridge Lodge (SB). Begular meeting night, the third Tharaday ol each month In the Msajuic Ball. P. O. Bloek. at 8 p.m. Visiting brethren will at. ways receive a hearty welcome. A. 0. Mesaer, W.M. O. V. Btorkey. Secretary, P. O. Boi BS7. Modern Woodmen of Ameriea Lethbridge Camp No. lOOBS. Meets iti the OddieltowB Hall every second Kid fourth Wednesday ol the month. Visiting neighbora will a], ways receive a hearty weleome. Ooao ainor, 0. L. OrlBth: Banker. W. i Diokaoti; Clerk. V. DovsaM. ARCHITECTS AND CONTRACTORi VM. T. WItLIAMS-Arohiteot. Whii ney Blocit. Late oi Willianjs Bros .irchitects, Detroit. F. B. ROLFSON-Architect. Whitney Block. Room I JAS. A. MACDONALO-Srcbiteei Macduoald Block. Redpath Stif* Lethbridge Alta. W. M, DODO-Architect, Calgary �n Letbbridgtf. Speeialiet in Firepin ing. .sanitation, heating and ventilt tion. Braeet E. Carver. M.B.A.A M.R.A., A.A.I.0., Etc., Manage Lethbridge Office, Bryai Bloek. NURSING-General nursing by da or week. Mrs. 0. K. Gray, at Mrs. L. Johnston's, 314 Cutbiil St., li house ofl Redpath. or Phone 87. 226-1 OEORQE BEATON-tJontractor .u builder. Eatimatea tree. Repairic and alterationa a specialty. Ten porary office City Bakery, Ford 8� or Box 366. City. I. H- WHITE-Arcbiteetural Dralt man and oontraetor. Estimnti obeeriuUy given. I{ you want see our new ideas in oonatructioj let ua show you. They won't coat y anything. Address Lethbridge WILLIAM WATTB-Builder and c<^ tractor, is prepared to give es mates free of coat on all kindt work in the building trade. inclu| ing. repairs, alterationi. &o. Bos ~ Lethbridge. lERBERT RAMSOEN-Oontractor foundations, concrete waike. bsi ments and all kinds of ooncre work. Terms reasonable Ea mates cheerfully given. Apply 630. City. 17 UNDERTAKING ADDISON a SDN-Leading Dnd taker.3 and Embalmera. The old' established busineae in the oi Phone 102. Office and residaov 321 Crabb 8t. Parlors open d and night. T. S. PETTERLY-FUNERAL I RECTOR ANO EMBALMEB.-C riages and equipment new anJ* to date. Parlors oppoalte flrs hij Open day and night. Phone i p'^O. Box Mi. ;