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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 9, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta IHE SATURDAY. OCTOBER I. I 1907 by the Daily Herald Print- Co., Ltd., every lawful evening iU office, i.ound St., Lethbridge, 4lberta. Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN Managing Director and Editot Subscription Rates one- year, delivered Daily, six months, delivered Daily, three months, delivereo one month, delivered Daily, one year, by na.il Daily, six months, by mail Daily three months, by mail 2.00 1.00 .35 3.00 1-75 _ 5 I been of the highest order and has been the cause of much favorable comment by outside people. Musical entertainments are not only a source of pleasure to the public, but of bene-, o fit to those participating ia them. Well organized musical societies and i clubs properly conducted are excel- j lent means of musical education.' Th and maintain a' choral society, and it is the wish of everyone that it will be well supported and be a great suc- cess. Absolutely Uteii. r J. MitcheU. D. L. OUR POINT OF VIEW Calgary has to have some of gossip to keep it alive. Just now it is feeding on the story that Ethel, Kinrade lias taken up her residence there. The widening of Seventh avenue, Calgary, may be necessary but if the Calgary papers are to be credited.the minds of some of the are more in need of it. I The Bentlejf Go. ltd. i fkstatlMBii Retail Pfcont 3i mmw THE PRINCESS AND THE SILK HATS Many amusing stories are told about 'accidents that occurred during the famous visit of the Prince and Princess of'Wales'to Canada. One of the best of these is recounted along with several others in a re- markable article ia October Busy Man's Magazine, entitled "The Pro- tectors of Royalty, in or the Work of Canada's Secret Service. At Sussex, X. B., when the royal repre- sentatives were returning from across OK continent, it was a bitterly cold October day, and a large concourse was at the 'station, accompanied by the band, to greet the distinguished party. It was usual, as soon as the car door opened, for the musical bod ios joining in _ the welcome to play the National Anthem. All "the per sons on the platform of the royal car, at the first notes of the familiar air, as well as all the male member in tlu> waiting throngs, invariably stood with heads uncovered as a mark of respect. Just before 4he door open- j -ed, the Princess of Wales, ever I thoughtful of the comfort of those j. about her, told the gentlemen that it would be unwise for them: to re- C'BRTAINLY-- GoliCi West FmitiK Store Is the cheapest in town Very Best Prices Paid for Second-hand Goods The Golden West Furniture Store Baroness Road, beside the Arlington Hotel Bros. We'll soon be able, to call up Se- attle on the "hello line and find out when the next boat leaves for Vic'! Central and Grand Trunk Apparently are Preparing to Invade Each Other's Terri- toria. CANT CHEER The Edmonton Journal tells us that "Edmonton crowds are always the same; always good al- enthusiastic, always orderly always mannerly. To see the throngs which overflowed the streets during Dedication Day, first in Edmonton, later in Regina, was a tribute to Iranian 'nature as known in That sounds well and is true in every respect except in the use of the ivord "enthusiastic." The crowd at the capital'was not enthusiastic. It did nor. know how to cheer. The attempts to raise a. noise made were fearful-not worthy of a deaf and dumb, institute. But in this respect Edmonton is not unlike oilier parts of. Alberta. Out here'we don't know how to altitude must be too high. Yet it is peculiar that a crowd will howl itself hoarse at a.base- ball or lacrosse match but in receiv- ing a representative of the King or making itself in evidence- at a polit- ical meeting an Alberta crowd is a failure. If Edmonton is prepared to pay the Alberta Union of Municipalities ?10 j for every one thousand of its popula- j tion, what will the fee be? Kindly j forward your answers to the Calgary, newspapers. I move their hats on the platform as, i on 'account of corning out of a warm j compartment to the chilly atmosphere MICHIGAN CENTRAL AND October morning, there would G; T. cold. when, the band struck up "God "Save the those per- sons on the platform kept on 'their headgear. As soon as the selection had been played a tall, lanky coun- tryman on the outskirts of the crowd i tiOQ that' the Michigan Central and Grand Trunk railroads are making Cobalt is so rich with its silver and preparattions to invade each other's copper that it is tired of water and; territory. tory. n being made there is every indica- they'know and the assem- bly enjoyed a general laugh. After the ceremony the Princess, who vas bidding good-bye to the mayor of JOHN GEDDES GRAIN COMMISSION MERCHANT Offices: Winnipeg and LetH- bridge. Lethbridge Office: 307 Crabb street: Phone 455. G. DaC. O'GRADY, Jr. Agent. Autos Overhauled If your automobile needs overhauling this winter, do not forget that the Standard G-arage can do it. All our work is fully guaranteed. The Standard Garage Co, Phone 343. Wood 8t. TO INCORPORATE AS ONE CITY Berlin, Ont., Oct. joint in corporation of Berlin, and Waterloo as a city is being advocated. The Berlin council has appointed a com mittee to further the scheme. DR. W. i. QALBRAJTH-Phynimfc Surgeon. Accoucher. 0 t.m.. 1-3; 7.8 p.m. Office 914 path St. Phooe S3. DOCTORS MEWBURN AND DEANl, Street. a.m.. 8-3. 7-8. DR. A. McN Stafford Block. Residence eor. aad Crabb. Phoot: Offloe ITT; 72. DH. J. E. Surgeon. Accoucoer. Block. 8 a.m.. 11 vo i 3 to 5. 7 to 8. Tbone, daf night. 342. D. A. TAYLOO M.O., C.M -Specui ist, Eye, Ear, and Throat. Stafford Slock. Lethbridge. Office i-6'p.on. 7.8 p.m. Just arrived at Stock Yards DR. GARNET T. IVES, DENTIST- Orraduate Royal College of Denui Surgeons, Toronto. Stafford Block, Kooihs 6 and e. Houra 9-1 i. Ipply; The SOUTflEBS UBERTi 10M ilD ilVESTMlEIT CO. b-v I slice of thf freight traffic that is-de- g there. It is practically ad- thai the Michigan Central vrill run into Flint over the D. U. R. j Well wager that' Pittsburg crowd tracjjS Oxford. In fact a con- j made a noise like Dave Eitons nectjon already has been made be-i when the ninth inning closed. tween the railroad and the electric svstein at that point, and in a to know say that negotia- "Will vou please tell your friend who the Grand Trunk, so as to get a ___ r wants something a little more expen-1 Kalamazoo is the city sought after; to drink. The sun wasn't shining in Detroit yesterday. Sussex, she'humorously remarked: made 'the observation, tt sponsible for the gentlemen on the car not removing their hats." J. F. Rodgers Sale Stables Wood Street. Lethbridge APPOINTED ORGANIZER Medicine Hat; J. Bro- therton on Monday evening received his appointment from Dominion, head- quarters at official or- ganizer, for the Royal Templars of Temperance in Alberta, and will as- sume his'studies1 this, week. COAL Best Lump on the market, per ton Nut coal, delivered. Address postcard to New Barnes -Mine, Royal View. F. WADDINGTON Phone 261 City Agent. Taber is backed up by coal and FUNHRALS OF THE. MANY VICTIMS Victoria.. B. C., Qcfc. funerals of victims of the Extension mine disaster are being held today j a lot- of enterprising peo- are novf. untier which will at Ladysmith. The funerals began, at i give the Michigan Central running 1 9 and w'ill continue all day. i rights into Flint. Eight took place yesterday. Joint MISS num. has opened a prlvte maternity pital on.Wallwork St.. near the El lison Mills. Obstetrical cases II 60 to 13.00 per Treatment per day. Young children! >1.50 per day. Patients arc -xpecV ed to pay one week in advance, and to pay for their own and Phone 269. MUSIC JOHANNES H. MACMILLIAN-i'o of Henri Verbrufgen. of Italy; Carl Simiofl, oi Berlin, Get many. High Class Scotch music specialty. Open for recitals. quets, concerts, etc. For terms ap. ply cjo Royal Collieries. Lethbridii plans wi change WINSTON'S COMFORTABLE COSTUME. ;th The London correspondent of the! few York Sun writes: AU yesterday through j Going ,vest out Kalamazoo, While, the Gfrand Trunk officials will not. any 'contemplated plans with to Kalamazoo .to e course of the present main i line just west of Battle Creek and run it into Kalamazoo, so as to place latter city in direct1 connection Chicago, and thus divide busi- ness with the Michigan Central. the HEAR MR. FOSTER The Canadian Club should be en- couraged in its effort to provide a high class lecture course ia this city. It is not often that a western city is afforded the opportunity of hearing such prominent and able speakers as Hon. Geo. E. Foster, Principal Fal- coner, of Toronto University; J. S. .'.WiHison, editor of the Toronto News; Ralph Smith M.P., JTa-naimo, and J. A. Macdonald, editor of the Toronto Globe, -during the winter, but that is the galaxy of speakers the club- has to offer. Mr. Foster makes his ap- pearance here Monday night in a lec- ,ture upon "Imperialism." and he should be greeted by a large audience No man is better equipped to handle this subject than Mr. Foster and that he will deal with it eloquently and ably goes without saying. the night and on until breakfast time present maia line would be reached this morning, for eighteen weary hours, the House of Commons dis- cussed the budget. The only relief afforded to the tired legislators was provided by Winston Churchill. A Conservative member, who was speaking when the first rays of the DRUNKEN JUDGES Judge Maclean, of Battlefotd, is in the unfortunate position of having his conduct as a judge the siihj-xt of investigation by a comm'-sion 7he charge against him is thvf .u> wss drunk while on the 'There riiould be no excuse for conduct but it is reported that his friends say there are "extenuating cirom. ftnr which will surftly resuh .A They plead judge .-J uough th? ti: :ns of the illness him to while i the benoa -ire' f-r given. In the opinion of the general public there can be no extenuating circum- stances. If a judg's health is such as to require or occasion his being dnmk he should not be a judge. He not fit to perform his duties. In all lines -of commercial, indus- trial arid educational life, the drunk- ard is being eliminated. The man who is drunk on duty generally leaves loses his position or retains a very hold on it. Judges of' all men should be most .upright and most moral. It is im- possible for a drunken judge to dis- pense justice, the very nature of his disease making it immpossible. If' a judge acquires the habit he should be retired. A man who has the habit should never be appointed. Instances have been" known of habitual drunk- ards ibeing appointed judges but in every case it has raised a scandal among the people where he lived. Governments should be very careful in the appointment of judges. In their case, their personal life and character is as important as their knowledge of law. An unjust man 'cannot be just. interstices of the heavy curtains, complained that it was all very well for the President of the Board of Trade to spend the night in a pyjama suit and to sleep in his- room between the divisions. Ministerialists treated the remark as an ill-timed jest, but a few minutes later, when another division had been called, Winston Churchill was seen strolling down the floor of the House wearing a pai-: of slippers delightfully suggestive of the domestic hearth, a comfortable hok- j ing flannel suit and what appeared to be a gracefully flowing piuk col- lar of ample proportions. The roar of laugher that him seemed to stagger the com- placent Winston, an-3 h? hurried to seat, on the octirh. -Jov- hilarity prcvailfd in tiii douse ChuTchill's head "he >c..i of his pink i i-i? clasped arou-iJ hi.-; no vsi endeavor to TI- us circle. Turning with a solemn and again at Vicksburg. The Grand Trunk bought the Kjalamazoo belt reproving countenance to his the col- Ex- line some time ago, been more oa- less talk ever since as to what the ultimate result would be. The Grand Trunk could get in- to Kalamazoo over a stub line now controlled by the Michigan Central, but if no agreement can be reached it is stated that the former will build in from its main line just as soon as the finances can be arranged. Keeping Operations Quiet Another bit of interesting railroad gossip is" that the Grand Trunk in- tends to taKe over the Butters road at Ludington and continue it down to 'Grand (Rapids. This road, was originally built for logging purpose? and later franchises were obtained along a right of way into Grand Rap- ids. Only a short time ago the Grand Trunk purchased a right of "way ac- ross the property Qf the Hydraulic company in Grand Rapids, and now is trying to continue the right of way by buying a strip of land from the state across the property of the Sol- dier's Home. The buying of this property has been kept quiet, there Is a strong suspicion _that the Grand Trunk is anxious to get an outlet to Lake Michigan by -way of services were conducted by Rev. Fa- ther .Mcolaj'e at St. Marys Roman cathedral over the bodies of Thos. O'Connell, Eddie Dunn, Robt. William Qnlnn, Mike Bardovini, M. DaucooOvitch and John Wargo, and this afternoon the bodies of Thomp- son, Parkin, Jas. Molynoux- and W. A. Selburn .will be buried from the Episcopal church, and later in the afternoon Thomas J. Thomas and C. Shuff will be buried. Alex Melos, J. Armstrong, JR. .Marshall, J; "Ew- art, A. Kesserlch, Jonn Bullitch and Chas. Salo were buried yesterday, and tomorrow J. Robinson, M. Gustav, 0. Maynam and Fred Ingham will be laid away. Western Transfer Co. MRS. W. P. J. ALEXANDER, A T C M A O C M Toronto Conservatory of -MtiBic; Gold Med- alist, Ontario of Mus- ic, Whitby, is prepared to; accept .a limited number of pupils in voict culture and piano instruction. Concert engagements accepted. Ad- dress People's Drug Store, West- minster Road. P. 0. Box 1843. Phone 445. KILLED WHILE HUNTING jSTapierville. Que., Oct. Gagnon, 19 years old accidentally j shot himself yesterday while out hunting. It is supposed it was while he was leaping over a fence that the accident occurred. AT THZ SUMMJT OF SUCCESS you'll find the' Lethbridge Brewing Malting brand. Here please note a few of our winners, popular ap- proval the judge: Ginger ale and beer, lemon soda, sarea- parilla, lemon sour, Iroabrew, 'berry, orange and cider. The average price is the case of 24 bottles set down at your door. One trial proves purity, palatability and wholesomeness. rerfund for case and bottles. LOKG- 'TJ Office opposite Balmoral PHONE: es The Lethbridge Brewing and Malting Company, Ltd. Canada Western Chartered Corporation Ltd. Capital Financial Agenta. Fiscal Agents JOHNSTONE R ITCH IE-Barrio ters and solicitors. Office adjoin- ing Union Bank, Lethbridge. L. M Johnstone; J. -Norman Ritchie. SIMMONS to_W. C. Simmens. Barristers 3o licitors and Notaries. Mauey to loan. W. C. Simmons S. J. Shepherd C. F. P. CONYBEARE, K.C., .D.C.L Barrister. Soliciior, JEtc. Conybeare Block, Lethbridge Ai berta. Brokers. for Royal Collieries Ltd All Standard Stocks Handled HEAD OFFICE-VICTORIA, B. C. CSS IV league, the Chancellor chequer exclaimed; "Oh, and pink, of all colors This was too much for Churchill, who was now blushing furiously, and he hur- riedly left the House with the laugh- ter of 200 members ringing in his eaxs; but throughout the morning hours he reappeared for every divis- ion in the same comfortable garb. Toronto, Oct. Mc- Kay announced tonight that certain Western Colleges "were going to affil- iate with McMaster University and form a great Baptist teaching Uni- versity. SUMMONS ISSUED Halifax.. N. S., Oct. infor- mation laid by James B. McLachlan, secretary-treasurer of the United Workers in Nova Scotia at present- on strike, alleging combination of J. Ross, president, and Alexander Trick, sales agent. Dominion Coal Com- pany, and John R. Cowans, manager Springhill coal limit pro- duction and supply and enhance prices, summonses directed to Mr. Cowans and Trick were issued, today by Magistrate Fielding and are re- turnable Oct. 19. LETHBRIDGE MUSICAL There are few places of its size that have the amount atid excellence of musical talent as has Lethbridge. In times past the entertainrome'nts The Greatest Possible Benefit Is derived from your Doctor's prescri" "as when dispensed by our Prescription Specialist. You. ;to aims to put all is knowledge, skill, and experience imo your prescription. You want it filled right, and that is our specialty. Family and BLorne recipes also receive our greatest care and attention. The Red Cross Drug Book Co. THE SAFE, SATISFACTORY DRUG STORE Acadia Block Redpatb Street Picturt Framer. Day and Night Phone 5 Night Bell Oiipenier. THEY'RE OFF They left on a to see the best and cheapest Fnnt Lands on the market, which are our personally se- lected lands on the Arrow Lakes. j You Better Investigate WKat we Have to offer Arrow Lake Orchards M. FREEMAN, General Agent LODGE PRIDE OF 293. Sons of England Benefit Society Meets in the Oddfedllows' Hall every first and third Wednesday the month at 8 p.m. For full particulars apply W. J. Wade. Fred T. W. President Sec.. Box 67. Imperial Bank of Canada HEAD TORONTO LETHBRIDQE CALEDONIAN SOCIETY Caledonian Hall, Glyn St. Club, ipom open eyening 7.30 10JO, Bundaj excepted. All Sooismen welcome: A. t. JOHNSTON, Secy., J. H. KELLIE, Pres. BOX aao. Meets 1st and "Ird in K. of P Hall at J o'cloclc. Visiting orethren are cordially invited. a. ASHCROFT, W.P 24-ly GUS NEIDIG, W.I. Capital Capital Paid Up D. R. Wilkii, President. Hon. Robert Jalfwiy, .Vicft-Preaident. of Corporations, Municipalities. Merchants, Fartaert and Private lindlTiduals incited. SAVINGS attention it giTen to SaTingi Bank Deposits of and upwards receival and -mtar- est allowed from date