Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 20, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta
TWO HERALD, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 20, INI. Tw Daily Herald Established December, IM7 by the Dairy Herald JPiint- ing Co., Ltd., every lawful evening 41 itg office, I'iouiid Lethbridgt, ilberta, Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN 'Managing Director and Editor Subscription Rates one year, delivered Dully, six Jionths, delivered 2.00 Daily, laonthti, delivered l.OOj Daily, Daily, one year, by ciail 3.00 Daily, six mouths, by, mail 1.75 Daily, three months, by mail.....85 changed as oficu a? cL'- but. both new and old ad- be givrti, WEEKLY crease in the numbers of the force f and the use of ''mounted men who can 'f patrol a-large district in a compara-j lively short "t-iuw. It is true that the I conditions which make the mounted police so eilieient in the West camiot be exactly reproduced in Otnurio, but a great' deal could be done bv a few NO DOUBT ABOUT THAT (Orillia Packet) num and" teleffraphs A lugW eulogisitc leciuiv on wen- freely. usixJ, ond the Scotch" dehv-j OUR POINT OF VIEW at Lethbridge a few la-'O, -and the Herald says .sons The dairies and bakeries 'may be san j Of Caledonia present must come itary and clean, and' inp doubt art-, uway frwin the-liall with a. good opizi-j but it a duty the city council owes jon 'Of themselves." the Herald j t> the public to'make sure of it all ior OIle moment imagine that they j tt to the 11 poo; of the time at a dollar apiece, should be good news for some of the old bach- BACK TO NATURE fcblisheci every iu eight and contains summary of ih i it; i J Mitchell D L. will'come ia time. Drug Book Co J. Stafford. B. E.-Suddabj. Cranbrook, Atehison L- Reinecke. Qratsy Tughara. Bow F. Wens. tive solitude. 0, let me drink from is the city council going to j :ep to place the municipal I government by a commission idea be- i fore the people? They should be ai- j lowed a chance to txprc'ss an opinion. tlVC SU1J.LUU.U. V illt- the'moss grown pump that was hewn -32 calibre Winchesters. They went from the oumpkin tree eat mush'i out after and they got goats. eat mush and milk from a rural slujnp, from form and fashion gathered much from the muuirooni vine, and CANADA PROSPEROUS Every day figures announced that prove beyond the possibility of a doubt that Canada is entering upon another era of prosperity, Eeturns from" the capital show that during the first six months of the pres- ent-fiscal year the revenue has in- creased by nearly twenty per cent. The export trade is increasing corre- spondingly, ..if indeed not at a-greater rate. The records of bank clearings indicate that more money is passing through the hands of the people than ever before. The railway authorities inform the public if .they could -not see it for themselves, that the traffic is 'heavier than it has ever-been. The freight earnings are increasing by th quarter and half million every mont the great trancouti'ne'ntal lines :v-All these signs are; indisputable in proving an ever-increasing prosperi ty. The records of 1907, Canada' xecord year, are equalled und manj of them already broken. A'nd from these records; the country gives every promise of making them look as com jparatively small as those of 1396 look ed two years ago. From this point of view it looks as if, Calgary would is a high- minded, splendid man. "My views of the moral relations Between my wife and Dennett are the same as those of the Christian clergy. I would -not tolerate any vio- .ation of the moral law under my roof. I have' the same views on the relationship between a man and wo- man as did Jesus and Emerson. I still retain my The Retort Unconscious. Magis- trate ('discharging then, I would -advise you to keep away from bad company." -A. :j Toronto, Orit., Oct. amount ...CAN'T USE STORY province; wili receive from the injunction I ..v. c; -Jullt'.l'J-yi1 insurance compames to cover .the rha Moil, mvirt _ _. _ __. restraining the Kail- Empire from publishing Commander Robert E. Peary's story of finding .of-: the Prisoner 'Thank youi! Pole was today" made perpetual' sir....You won't see me here i by Judge SMagee. The London Times Lippincott's. "It's an 111 time ago there was a flood in British Col- umbia. An old- fellow who had lost nearly everything he possessed was sitting on the roof of.his h'puse as it floated along when a boat approach- "Hello, "Hello, Dave !'r "Are your, fowls all washed away, j "Y-es, but the ducks can re- plied the old. man. "Apple-trees gone "Well.'they said the crop would be a failure, anyhow." "I see the flood's away above your window." all right, Dave. 'Them win- ders needed washin', son's Weekly. and Peary are.the plaintiffs.. loss to ,the Parliament buildings hy the recent fire, is. The am- nouncenient was made hy -Sir James Whitney "today on receipt of the re-. of iMr. E. J. Lennox, who acted as adjuster for the government. PROPERTY SOLD FOR Toronto, Oct. "pur- chase of Yonge street property -vras completed yesterday, when the To-, ronto- General Trust Corporation sold to the T. 'Eaton Co., for the property at 186 Yonge street, occu- pied, by. Gough. Brothers. The property :has a frontage of 23 feet, on Yohge stxeet to a depth of 82 feet. The Sisters Faithful Companions of Jesus will hold their annual sale of work on Thursday 28th, .Friday 29th and Saturday 30th of Qctobsr, and ask their "friends kindly to patronize this small undertaking, the pro- ceeds of which are destined to start a building fund for the erection of much needed new convent. -All ar cordially Invited. Entrance: No. II Courts Street. 257-1 Lump on the market, per ton Nut coal, delivered. Address pottcard to New Barnes Mine, Royal View, F. WADDINGTON Phone 261 City Agent. Eye, 'Ear, Note and Thrcit! Staffor, Block. Lethbridge. AH, Office Houri-9.so.12 a.m., p ffi '-3 p.m. and PRAYING Western Transfer Co. X.QKG- BROS. Proprietors Office opposite Balinbral Mr. THE RIGHT ATTITUDE (Stratford Magrath, .Conservative i M.P. for Medicui'e Hat, is not satis- fied with --naval defence program outlined by the Laurier Government and it is said, be heard from when the House meets. The an- nouncement is also made -that Leader Borden will announce the Opposition policy before that time. The Hamil- ton Spectator (Con.) is not prepared to s-ay which of these gentlemen is in the better position to speak for the Conservatives of Canada, but. it- says it is confident, f'that the bulk of the people, Conservative" and Re- form, are particularly anxious that itain my friendship for D-n- are Parwcuiany anxious that 3d ray love for mv wife, be-1 Canada in the war -of T- _ cTlCtll KQ 1____A Jil ough for a sober person in daylight bat intoxicated people are not safe in one is' sale on it and no ;the' dark. It is therefore, for those whose duty it to make such provision for the pro- tection of the public to make it practically impossible for anyone wh no right there, to go on th. bririrv MOUNTED POLICE I their views personal chastity are exactly the ame as mine. There is no scientific reason for any other belief." Dennett is Satisfied "I am very grateful to Dr. and Mrs. Jhase for their kindness to me. I hould 'not desire to live away from Mrs. Chase. The doctor's attitude in the matter disposes of any charge of is Dennett's state- ment. Holland Landing, Oct. Morrison, 75 years old. a framer of East Gwillinbury, was knocked down and trampled by a bull which he wos leading to the stable and badly in- jured. He camnot recover. defence shall be done'" whole-heartedly and without' any shadow of partisan- ship or party feeling. It is a busi- ness in which the honor of the Coun- try is at stake, and, wedded to party as we may be ordinarily, as a people we have a much higher regard'for our country than .we have for mere party. When Canada's defence program has been finally d-ecided upon and our con- tribution brought into being, as Can- adians we want to be able to hold j up our heads with the best of them." Hear hear Mr. Spectator: that is talking true patriotism and loyalty. What Makes Fruit Lands Valuable? Good Soil Good Location Good Rainfall Good Markets Good Transportation Good Climate Good Conditions for Enjoy- ing Life Ours Fill The Bill Perfectly Arrow Lake Orchards M. FREEMAN, General Agent Portage la Prairie, Man., Oct. Paul Baxiskic, of Winnipeg, who was tried here'this morning on the charge of defrauding the Empire and Mer- chants' hotels, was acquitted, the crown being tmahle to make out a case against him-. MUSIC 445. LODGE PRIDE OF No. 293, ALBERTA.. Sons of England Benefit Society JOHNSTON E solicitors. Union Bank, Xethbride L M stone; J. fi- M OddfedJlows' Hall third Wednesday C. Meete in every first the month at 8 p.m. For full particulars apply r. 3. Wade. Fred T. W. President Box 67. s. w.ltoc sCd Notarie8- Simmon-. g; j. shepherd P- CONYBEARE, KG Solicitor.' Block. Lrtfabrfdw H. LETHBRIDGE CALEDONIAN SOCIETY Caledonian Hull, Glyn St. Club loom open, eveniiig 7 30 "to 3.30, Sunday esioepted, All Scotsmen welcome. -A. L. JOHNSTON, Secy. H. KELLIE; Box 380. It will pay you t Pioneer "Lumber Co. KILLED THREE GOATS (Hosmer Times.) Remarkably good luck attended a- party of young Hosmer hunters last 242-231 don. Snell carried a .38, "the others ONTARIO'S GI a iTiounted po-j "Ce lOrpe in Ontario by the provincial government has met with approval from an parties. The only objection w one that is likely to be-advanced any such new legislation, that J that it does -not go far enough Expressing this sentiment, the To- TOOtO- "y orga7i, says: game. these A SIM Frusfi that will Never Shed a Hair _ issonment of the famous RUBBER SET SHAVING BRUSHES jtist in. These brushes wfll Jast for years! as the hair is set in solid rubber and cannot possibly ccme out. Get one now and enjoy the satisfaction and comfort that goes xrith a good brush. Bristle Brushes from SOcto Bidger Mr firusfees froin to See Our Window Display. V The Red Cross Drug Book THE SAFE, SATISFACTORY DRUG STORE Day and 'Night Phone 5 Night Bell McCREADY-The Dispenser. Imperial Bank of Canada HEAD Capital Authorized C.pit.1 Paid Up Rwierve 0. R. WHkis, President. Hon. Robert Vioe-President. Accounta of Corporationa-, Municipftlities, Merchants, Farmers and Private Indmduals inyited. SAVINGS attentian ia to Savinga Bank Aeoounte. of and received and inter- cut alWed from date of deposit. LETHBRIDGE R. SEATLE, Manager. B. W7 Meets 1st and "Srd M o n d ays -mKofP Hall at ft o'clock.- J. ASHCROFT, W.P; 24-ly GUS.NEIDIQ. W.i. ROLFSON-Architect. Booo, Whitney Block. JAS. A. MACDONALD-Archiuoi Macdonald Block, Eedpatb Lethbridge Alta. A.F. A.M., Q.R.A. Lethbtidge Lodge Regular meeting night, the third Thursday of each month in the Masonic Hall, f. 0. Block, at 8 p.m. Viiiting brethren will ways receive a hearty A. 0. Measer, W.H. G. V. Storkey] Secretary. P. 0. Box 587. Modern Woodmen of" WILLIAM WATTS-Builder and prepared inh work m the building trade, inclnd- 6118' alteration 4c. Box 511 Acadia'Bloek t Redpath Street Picture I! EASTERN TOWNSHIPS BANK j INCORPORATED 1859. CAPITAL AND RESERVE A general Banking business transacted Accounts of Mer- chants and Farmers invited Savings Bank Departnaent in connection, deposits of and upwards received and in- terest allowed at highest current Lethbridge Brwch ROUND STREET Old Sage Store J. A. R. ROME, Manager. Lethbridge Oamp No: '13688 Meeta in the Oddfellows Hall every second and fourth Wednesday of the month. Visiting neighbors will al- ways receive a hearty cillor. 0. L. Griffith; Banker, W. W. Canada Western Chartered Corporation 1ERBERT RAMSDEN-Contracloi for foundations, concrete walks base- ments and all kinds of concrete Terms reasonable.. Eeti- MA erfully Apply BOJ 630. City, UNDERTAKING Capital Financial Agents. Fiscal Agents Brokers. ,for Royt! Collieries Ltd All Standard Handled HEAD OFFICE-VICTORIA, B. C ADDISON Under takers and Embalmen. establiahed in the city Phone 102. Office and leaidinp. 32J Crabb St. ParlQra open and night. T. S. FETTERLY-FUNERAL RECTOR ANO EMBALMER-Car riagea and equipment new up to date. Parlow hall Open day and night, Mi O. Box 499.