Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 19, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta
mot TWO HERALO, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 19. IB Daily Herald I9C7 hordes moving 'at the bottom the canon and remain indifferent. One'might as well, try to yawn in the path of. an avalanche. The sun was iroing down behind Palisades afternoon when, 1 climbed up the lull at 129th street j and emerged at the oircle the Clarem'-mt where tli into the drive. It was- an as- c PRAISE FOR THE HERALD Edmonton Sitturday News) Tlw Lethbcjidgt' Herajtf isi tsiauusneu _ into the drive, it was- an as- by the Daily Herald Print- j An unbroken tor- ing. Co.. Ltd., every lawful evening j Of'jiutmnobilos-or only broken fit.. ._..._ uWai? as-! fe'roat work for the fanner and rancher in Southern Alberta. at least by some laboring Han- whistled, and scr. Mined past, one stream up, ilu- i other dt.'wn, in a haze of and >t ,ite office, Kound" St., Lethbridge, alberta. Canada: W. A. BUCHANAN Managing Directir and Editor Subscription Daily, one Vear. delivered Daily, six: months, delivered Daily, months, delivered i.uu Daily, month, delivered j tu..mK} canopies, until one got a cur- Daily, one year, by mail dizzy. impression of hundreds Daily, six months, by mail of cars balancing on rear wheels and Daily, three months, by mail to tjp ovcr backward. Addressee changed as de- aized bin both new 'and ow atj- dresses t.ust be given. WEEKLY every m eigw contains summary-. news, of week, r-cui nnd foreign. One year, in advance Six in advance months, in THE DAILY HERALD .51.51) MR. MAGRATH'S ATT1TUDT (IMerboro Examiner) 0. A. Magrath, M.P. Medicine Hat, mioke. A man who lived all, Diving ten millions a year liiV in Now York might have "Dreadnoughts and having there lor hours anu not seen a face he knv.w. They stood on back them built Britain. Ihis seats mostly, or sat on the back-1 oxporting raw pulp wood and losing r employment needed to con- ii into pulp'. One of the chief gj (i...... (fenture> that command the' building j That crowd meant more than the oi a Canadian navy, is the building entire population of Canada i it in with all the inUus- bled in one city. Think oi it! trial'stimulus and employment oi la- -------------------------i tjiat Would be involved. OUR POINT OF VIEW _____ The average person can readily un- j derritand that from his conduct since -75 returning from the North that the CASE OF TIT FOR TAT from Peterboro says: quptecj saying, "Two can Eskimos should fear lain- like a devil, j ut that ga-me." was aptly illus- certainly is an ill-natured one. Johnston. Co., W. Ham-j The such niune to Twin Calf. trated 'here lately. The approaching 'C.M! option yots is already creating interest. Indian, Sun Calf, who has interest. Many are working for the a double, should change his bylaw, otliers out-and-out oppos- ilten. i Rincher Cre.k-E- J. Mitchell. D. L. Broe. C'grdt ton-Alberta Drug Beok Go J. ed, wishing to. retain the license sys- I tern, and every effort is being made The building of a 'separate road to influence the vote. The proprietor' far automobiles .is something ithat I of one of the city hotels became in- has oiten been spoken of but never i censed at the strong arguments ol r_v F guddaby seriously considered. The expense of one, of jie city's mosl piominent mer- Atchison. f openiilff maintaining such roads j ciumts. >rv went to the L. Reinec'ke. i would be very great. But from the j merchant and IrfrmeJ him that un- Car of AYLMER CANNED GbODS on track to-day The Bentley Co. II I' I I 3> 1 We'll Be In Our new building opposite the Herald Office next week When You Call You will see a display Household Effects, with prices that will please you The Golden West Furniture Store and Retail LETHBRIOOE Tugham. -A. F. Werts. .A PRINCE ALBERT INCIDENT 'Vln Prince -Albert the secretary of the Board of'Trade is In hot vrater- has lost his job. He ac- in mayor in a veiled way of rdayor aaked; ior a Srect Charge .but the. man would not it-. -He was prepared, liow- eyer, to go before an investigation Jaud'iprove his iconteations. The Board of Trade dismissed him., .-and the body is practically disorganized. All of which goes'to show that it pays an official to miud" iis own business. -Ii he is- convinced, how- :his city, is being robbed, the" evidence at once -and stand by his guns. experience of" those- who use horses, less he ceased '.o advocate local op- it, seems almost.. necessary. This tion 5ie would withdraw his trade, would not be if all auto drivers and j" All right." sold the merchant; "I all horse drivers were possessed of have nothing to say about where you the sense that the best of them have, trade; but if you cease dealing1 with A good horseman can easily control' me because-of the stand I am taking his animals in the' face of on auto, while a considerate motorist can do a great deal to prevent the frightening horses. The crush of people eager to hear William Jennings Bryan is not so much mere -curiosity ;as the admira- ticfa a country of pioneers has for a fighter. _ Americans here, whether from Republicans or Democrats, pre- fers ah admiration for th-e great lead- A GOOD EXAMPLE The Ottawa Free Press., in com- mending ttie example of Mr., E. W. Nesbitt, M.P. for North Oxford, meeting his constituents, of -which the Herald na's olso spoken approv- ingly, "Mr. N-esbitt's example ought to be widely followed. It is but -the se- "quence to the policy which has been by the this year, Hon: Messrs. Fielding, Oliver, Gra- ham, .Murphy and .Fisher have not -talked to their own people. nave talked to the country, at giving up many valuable days time to that '.service. Therein they we.re-'fwise, and we "hope that their example .will be followed by others. There is a full month yet before the opening of Parliament. There is thus- -'ample time for the average M. P.. to have a, -heart to -iieart talk with bis. constituents, and th-e more these conferences are made 'non-political the better. -In no other way can the member of Parliament obtain so sure a. sense of the trend of public opin- ion." MET ..The Toronto News is puzzled be- cause editors of Liberal newspapers in Canada, and sympathizing with tree traders in England, are found supporting in Canada a government maintains a protective tariff, ,The Toronto Star points out that The News is an enthusiastic advo- cate of civil sfirvice reform, is always holding up the civil service of Great Britain as an example to Canada. Yet it supports the Whitney, govern- ment, which obstinately refuses to take a single step in the direction of civil service reform, and it violently opposes the Laurier government, has advanced very far in the direction of civil service reform. ;The News is at variance with the Whitney not only on. the question of civil service reform, but the. question of the power policy of the Hon. Adam Beck. Vet it con- tinues to give 11 general support to the Whitney government. The News has- not yet induced Mr. Borden to take up his policy of tariff re- duction, yet it continue to give a general support to Mr. Burden. J. E. Bradshaw, M.P.P., Prince Al- bert, parediccs thot': Vancouver will be the largest city in Canada. Not if the real estote ads. of Winni- peg, Toronto, _Calgary and even Prince Albert are "to be believed. on local will refuse to buy from the travellers who stay at your house." The' answer has resulted in the discontinuance of hostilities be- tween the two. I LISTEN TO THIS (Prince Rupert Empire) Talk about fruitful soil, would you? Yesterday morning the man with, the gleam of triumph in his eye rah into the Empire office, holding aloft a couple: of fine looking potatoes. They had just- been freshly dug. "See what I've got to show warbled he. "These spuds are from Danny McLeod's back y.ard.' Thev are the result of a few potaoto Moose Jaw is talking street rail- way now. Must be getting jealous of Lethbridge. "What's the use of one of your correspondents writing about immi- writes a testy correspond- ent to the Toronto Star. "All the people in this country, not Indians, are immigrants, including yours MRS. GOLDW1N SMITH Toronto, -will of the liate Harriet Elizabeth Smith-, Was filed in the'Surrogate-Court by Smith Rae and Greer, barristers. It disposes of an estate which to- tals exclusive, of the Grange. The summary filed reada as "fol- lows r: Real estate............... Household furniture, lewel- ry and personal effects Horses and carriages ..___ T .OOO.OC Mcneys secured by mortgage Accrued interest P.-mk aind other .cocks ____ Interest thereon ____ W peelings thrown from the kitch door." And the potatoes were reverently deposited on the editor's desk. TWO MAMMOTH FISH (Orillia Packet) On exhibition in Harry Lloyd's window now are two. fish which THREW A BOMB Sydney, 1ST.' S., Oct.- yes- terday a bomb ivos thrown into the house of Peter McMahon, a working miner at the Dominion mine No. 1, by some person, from the outside but fortunately did not explode. The Sisters, Faithful Companions of Jesus will holditheir; annual sale of work on Thursday 28th, Friday 29th and Saturday 30th of October, and ask their friends kindly to patronize this sniail undertaking, the pro- ceeds which'are to start a building fund for the erection of a much needed new .convent. All are cordially invited. Entrance: No. 116 Coutts Street, f 267-16 JOHN GEDDES GRAIN COMMISSION MERCHANT Offices: Winnipeg and Leth- bridge. Lethbridge Office: 307 Crabb street: Phone 455. G. DeC. O'QRADY, Jr. Agent. Vulcanizing We have just installed an electric vulcanizer. We are prepared to -vul- canize cuts in outer cas- ings and also repair-, inner tubes. PROFESSIONAL CARDS The Standard Garage Co. Phone 343. Woo'd St. Just arrived at Stock Yards I Mares and Geldings 10 J. F. Rodgers Sale Stables P Wood Street, Lethbridge DR. W. S. Burgeon, Accoucher. Hourc- 9 a.m.. 3-3-7.8 p.m. Office 914 path St. Phone 63. DOCTORS MEWEURN ANp DEANI; -Redpath Street. a.m.. 2-3, 7-8. D Stafford i Block. Residence cor. Bompas and XJrabb. Phoae: Offloe resideno. DR. J. E. Surgeon. Accoucner, Block. 9 a.m.. n to I 3 to 5. 7 to S. Phone, 'day .c. night, 342. D. A.-TAYLOP M.O., C.M- Eye, Ear, Noae and Stafford Block. Lethbridge, All. Office a.m.. g-6 p.m 7.S p.m. Surgeons, Toronto. Stafford Affnew Block, Rooms 6 and a. Hours 9-11 1-5. Bryan Block Phone ttfi Ipply; Ibe 50UIHEII HLBERTH mm mtiimt co, ACTED IN SELF DEFEMCE Quebec, Oct.- Droiiin, was ..bii' Saturday guilty- of shooting of his father, as it "wa's prov- ed he was acting, in self defence and endeavoring to protect his rabther. S-'Curities for moneys, bonds and debentures Interest thereon Cash on hand Income on life estates Kente accrued Interest on bank account 113.23 180.77 Total................... The real estate of consists of No. 37 North Markham street, are attracting much attention. They have just been handsomely mounted by Mr. Wm. Sutherland, the taxi- dermist. One is a fine 'lunge which was caught about five weeks ago by C. Lake Couchiching, be- tween Chief's Island and Bay Park, It was sold to Mr. J. R. Murchison, Toronto, who has a summer home at Orillia, and for him Mr. Sutherland. has mounted it. The other fish is a wonder. It is the small- mouthed bass which this season took the To- ronto Star's prize rod. The length is 22 inches, its girth 19 inches ond its' weight shortly after it .was caught was a trifle over, eight pounds. There is 'no fish story in either of these weights, as Mr. Sutherland is in a position to testify. killed by Captain Boord, of Port Car- ling, who has been well known to the Muskoka lakes for many years. In his long experience this is far the largest small-mouthed bass Mr. Su- therland has handled. The length is not exceptional, he observes, for, as a matter of fact, he has mounted bass. quite as long which did not weigh over six pounds. Mr. Sutherland tells the Packet that this is the bi-sj, season for fish he has known in many years. Indeed he has never mounted so many, or known the average size so big. One of the pickerel set up by him- weighed nine pounds. A REAL CROWD .Some of us imagine we have seen great crowd to the time of the Do- great crowds. Edmonton people boast the corner stone laying ceremonies, while Calgary nails its claim for a of the great jam on the occasion of minion exhibition. Tomorrow night ought to see the greatest crowd ever assembled in a single building in Lethbridge, but for a live, jostl ing crowd the following vivid descrip tion of the assemblage at the Hudson Fulton celebration beats anything ever; recorded: ..When the Clermont -aud'Holf Moon came tip the Hudson the first Satur day afternoon there .must have been million of them in idle, curious 'hximans, surging bac and, forth along. Riverside Drive anc the terraces down through the river Maybe there were more. During th parades they seemed to spring ortt the payement and the walls. .The wejre. no Jonger. (individuals. The were like.-vrheat running.into and fi] ing the of a grain elevotor They -were like some curious animat lara. .which had conquered the pu :ot gravity and could -flow down slantwise, around, everywhere wher the pressure gave way. It might b inspiring or merely irritating or eve appalling, but no one could see thes osion, TJ, S. SEMI-READY IN ENGLAND Charles H. Nelson, president of emi-Keady Limited, and Alfred president of the same cor- onation, sailed for" England on Oct. 4th to visit the firm's English head- uarters -in Bradford. There offices are under the direct personal upervision of E. Leeds ixelson, a di- ector of the company, and it is in- ended to further enlarge. and widen he scope of the .Semi-Ready Com- ony's importing depot. WE'VE TOLD YOU A good many things about our- .'Fruit Lands on tHe Arrow in this space during the past year.--We have tried to tell you that there's profit and pleasure in owning a fruit 'arm. .The way to find out that there Better investment than in fruit lands is to see them for ydurself. Ask mdmbbi-of any- of our" parties what they think about it We Hove Ihe Best Fruit Land proposition in Canada. Drop "in arid "talk it over we don't urge or worry you till you invest. Arrow Lake Orchards M. FREEMAN, General Agent COAL Best Lump on the market, per ton Nut; coal, delivered. Address postcard to New Barnes Mine, Royal View. F. WADDI'NGTON Phone-261 City Agent. MISS CXDAINTY-Graduate opened a private prtal on Wallwork St.. near Ei Obstetrical caeee, w per day. Treatment J2.00 ;per day.. Young children' per day. Patients arc ed to pay one week ib advance ana to pay for their own icedicinea anrt spirits. Phone 269. MUSIC piRAYiNG Western Transfer Go. BROS; Proprietors Office opposite Balmoral PH O N-E ALEXANDER, AT CM A 0 CM Toronto Conservatory .of Muaic; Gold Med- of Mua- ic .Whitby. is prepared to -accept a limited number of pupik in voice culture and piano instruction. Concert engagements accepted Ad- dress People's Drug Store, Weat- minater Road. P. O. Box 1843 Phone 445. WEIGHING BABY (Osborne, Kon., A young couple out ia Osborne coun ty became the proud parents of a little girl the other day. They.want- ed to weigh the youngster as soon as she was dressed, but 'had no scales. Just then the ice man came along, and they borrowed his "scales. To tiiieir surprise the little one Weighed forty-four pounds. liftipcrial Bank of Canada HEAD Capital Authoriz.d Capital Paid Up........................................ Reserve Fund D. R. Wilkie, President. Hon. Robert Jmffrty, Vice-President. AcconntB of Corporations, Municipalities, Merchants, FarmerB and Private Individuals invited. SAVINGS attention is given to Savings Bank AccotmtB. Deposits of and upwards received and inter- eat allowed from date of deposit. LETHBRlbGE R. SEATLE, Manager. Begin Block, Bonnd St., .beside Bentiey's Store. North Ont., Oct. C. Tupper, wife of a fanner, was shot dead" by heir 11-year-old son on. Sat- urday. The boy picked up a rifle, not knowing it was loaded, piilled the trigger and his mother dropped v- MADAM pi- i anist iandv Teacher of Music, at lib- erty for engagements town or coun- try MISS NORMAN, teacher of ballroom and stage dancing, Wed- nesday 3'to 8, Caledonian Hall or 622 .Crabb street. ,255-6 LODGE PROF. FREJ3 GREVE-Teacher of Piano and Harmony.: MRS. FRED of Violin. We as- sure everybody who takes of us, rapid improvement in a very short time. We uae the very best of methods. We will call at your nomes. Present address 624 Bur- dette St. Phone 320. LEGAL PRIDE Of No. 2S3. Sons of England Benefit Society Meets 'in the bddfedllowa' Hall every first and -third Wednesday the month at 8 p.m. For tall particulars apply W. J. Fred T. Bobioc JOHNSTONE A. RITCHIE-Barrii tera and solicitors. Office adioiif- ing Union L. M.- Johnstone; J. Norman Eitchie SIMMONS P.-- Barxistfira :8o ucitors and Notaries..Money to loan1 W. C, Simmon; 8." J. Shepherd W. President Box 57. LETHBRIOGE CALEDONIAN SOCIETY Caledonian Hall, Glyn St. Club room open evening 7.30 to 10.30, Sunday excepteu. All Scotrfimen welcome. A. L. JOHNSTON, Secy., J. H. KELLIE, Box 320. Prea. LethMdge Aerie Ko. It witl pay you to with us. Pioneer Lumber Co. 242-H A Brush that will lever Shed a Hair A big assortment of the famous RUBBER SET SHAVING BRUSHES just in. These brushes will last for years, as the hair is set in solid nibber and cannot possibly come out. Get. one now and enjoy the satisfaction and comfort thao goes with a good brush. Bristle Brushes from 5Oc to JUS Badger Brushes from to See Wiftdow Display The Red Cross Drug Book Co. THE SAFE, SATISFACTORY DRUG STORE Acadia Block Redpath Street Picturii Day and Night Phone 5 Night Bell EASTERN TOWNSHIPS BANK j iNCORPORATED ISM. CAPltAt AND RESERVE A general Banking biasiriesii traiisacted Accotiiits of; Mer- chants and Farmers invited; Sayings Bank Department in connection, deposits of and upwards received and in- terest allowed at .highest current rates. tbbriageBranch ROUND STREET Old Sage Store J. A. R. ROME, Manager. ESTABLISHED 11854 Merchants Bank of Canada i HEAD OFFICE. MONTREAL iPaid-iip Reserve arid Undivided Profits. Ranchers Solicited Money Letters of 3aviBga Bank Department Lethbrtife Branch- CoaHale Block, Redpmth St. Accwits of Merchints, Farmers Meets 1st and 3rd M o n d ays in K. of P Hall at S o'clock. Visitine- orethren are cordially invited. j. ASHCROFT, W P. 24-ly GUS NEIDIG, W.I. C. F. P. CONYBEARE, K.C., .D.C.L Barrister. Solicitor, Etc. Conybeare Block. berta. H._ A, j.. Solicitor, Notary. Room 14 ford Blk H. H. DUN So- licitor, Etc., Office Acadia Lethbridge, Alta. SURVEYING J. F. HAM J L.TON, Land Surveyor, irrigatiftn and Hy- draulic Engineer. Room' 5 Whit- ney Block. Phone 205. ARCHITECTS AND VM. Whiv uey Block. Late of Williams Bros Architects, Detroit? F. B. Whitney Block. Boom JAS. A. Macdoaald Block. Eedpath Lethbridge Alta. W. M. Oalf'ary Lethbridge. Specialist in Fireproof- ing, sanitation, heating and ventiU tion. Ernest E. Carver. M.B.A.A M.B.A., A.A.I.C.. Etc., Managei Lethbridge Office. Bryat Block. A.F. .t A.M., Q.R.A. I iSodLjre. Rejular meeting nifhtj the third Thursday of each month In "the Maionic iiali, P. 0. Block, at 8 p.m. Viflitinf brethren will ml. receive a hearty A. C. W.M. G. V. Btorkey. Secretary. 0. Box 537. Modern Woodmen of America Lethbridge Camp No. l3B8t. Meeta in the Oddfellows Hall every second ind fourth: Wednesday of the month. Visiting -neighbors will ways receive a hearty welcome. Comn- ciHor, 0. L. Griffith; Banker. W. "N builder. Estis-ilss free. and alterations a apecialty. Tem- porary office City Bakery, Ford 8v. or Box 365 .City. WILLIAM WATTS-Builder and tractor, ia prepared to give esti- mates free of cost on all oi work in the building trade, includ- ing, Alterations, Ac. Box 611 Lethbridge. IERBERT tor foundations, concrete walks, base- ments and all kinds of concrete Terms reasonable. Esti- mates cheerfully given. Apply Boi 630. City. UNDERTAKING Canada Western Chartered Corporation Ltd. CJapital Financial Agents. Fiscal Agents Brokers. for Royt: Collieries Ltd All Standard Stocks Handled HEAD B. C. ADDISON A. Under takers and Embalmers. The established busineM in the city Phone 102. Office and 321 Crabb 9t. Parlors open dm and night. T S. FETTERLY-FUNERAL 0> 'RECTOR AND riages and equipment new np to date. Fallow opposite flrt ball Open day and oifb't. Mt P. O. Box 419.