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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 21, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta MM TWO fKE ttTH'sn.nG-t THURSDAY. OCTOBER 21. M Daily Herald CtUblisStd IM7 ftfclahed by tfciTDaily Herald Print- -111 Co.. Ltd'., every lawful evening si its Bound St.. Lethbridge. SUN FIRE The oldest Insur.nce OHlc. to world FOUNDED A.D. 1710 HOME OFFICE LONDON, ENGLAND BLCENTENAMY 1910 H. M. BUckbura. C. B. BOWMAN. AGENT, LETHBR IDGE, ALTA. C.n.dU.1 San Building the government of the city or the province. _ united Lethbridge is a slogan for Leth- litocta, Canada. W. A. BUCHAWAM Managing Director and Editor Subscription Rates OUy. one y-ur delivered Daily, six ninths, delivered 2.00 months, deliverod i.w purpose> it equipped for the accomplishment of the dreams of ex- pansion and prosperity that other- wise may remain but dreams. the building of the Greater Leth- V- bridse thai is to be. One in aim and NO HOG 3.0U Dtily! 01 mouth, delivered Daily, cue year, by mail Daily, six months, by mail Daily, three months, by mail changed as otteu as but both new ami old must be giveu. WEEKLY every Wednesday m eight pages and contains a summary o aired, .85 de- ad- (Prom the Kartney Star) .j. v. Griffin Co., of Winnipeg, have written country papers asking them to advise farmers to raise more Other city dealers have done BRYAN'S ADDRESSES William Jennings Bryan, the Great thitlg. The Commercial Commoner of the United States, her j .t hag farmers all ris-ss orator, and one of her great-' IQ ralse more llogs. u is quite I Car 6f I AYLMER CANNED GOODS I on track to-day Q T k ioco] risss orator, ana one ui lo raise more nogs, it Sin. and best men, came to Leftbridge docs not understand foreijm auu uccn, ovitiui' uiu One year, in'advance ;md delivered two masterful addresses Mailitoba farmers. H the city people g TL. Dpnflpu Fn fH 8ii months, in advance .........501 before the largest audienc-s ever ga-; want ho they can raise them for j o MIL UUIIUbJ UUi LIUi i We'll Be In Our new building opposite the Herald Office next week You will see a display of Household Effects, with prices that will please you The Golden West Furniture Store THEDAIL. HER j The people of Lethbridge aim u is pleasanl work raisins ,agc> 0, him and now the pro-tn-ss oi does not grunt. No use tell- j D. "Hig'inboiham hold millions of iiis fellow- (arm.ers v0-v to run their show, g J. Jf. Johnston. is to a certain extent explain-. are hungry they had bet- Co.. K. nau-. ilten. Cre.k-E. J. Mitchell, D. L. McCrea. Broa. Drug Beok Co. J. Stafford. B. E. Suddaby IETHBHIOGE place their jewelry' on the dresser i i i _ io As Mr. Ma'grath said in introducing get a gpatle and dig. There is, HEi_pED ONE-HANDED him nt the lecture, he is recognized in it_ not only as a great man, but as a____________ man. Rev.- Olivers expressed a seutiment also heartily approved Also contentment. JOHN GEDDES GRAIN COMMISSION MERCHANT Offices: Winnipeg and Leth- bridge. Lethbridge Office: 307 Crabb street: Phone 455. G. DeC. O'GRADY, Jr. Agent. Bryan Bitch Ipplj; Tie IOUTIEII UIEITI till Ml IIVEIIMENT CO. PROFESSIONAL C Have you noticed clean some oi the autos are looking. We have an expert washer to attend to the ap- pearance of your car. The Standard Garage Co. Phone 343. Wood St. DR. W. QALBRAITH-Pay Burgeon, Accoucher. 9 a.m.. ih3; 7.8 p.m. Office 91 path St. Phone 53. DOCTORS MEW8URN AND DEAf4 Street, a.m., 2.3. 7-8. DR. A. Stafford Block. Residence cor. Bompar and Crabb. Phone: Office 177; reeidenot 72. DR. J. C. LOVER I Surgeon. Accoucner, Oddtellon Block. 9 a.m., 11 tc i 3 to 5. 7 to 6.' raoue, day night. 342. D. A. TAYLQO M.O., C.M ist, Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. Stafford Block, Lethbridge. Office a.m.. i-6 p.m. 7.3 p.m. PIANO PLAYER wm_____., Atchison. hen }ie that Mr. Bryan spoke L. Eeinecke. f with hi but with his Qraisy Tagham. MOTORMAN HAS A PRETTY HEART p Bow F. Werts. iTook Two Homele-.s Women and Six not heart. in Witn His Family of Mr. Bryan had great subjects. His j Tcn COPENHAGEN REFUSES i Copenhagen, Oct. 20.-The TJniver- _____ Isity of Copenhagen has declined to L 20.-Donald Johnston its privilege to the first ex amination of the North Pole- records Kind to Wisconsin Boy- Tuition DR. GARNET T. IVES, OENTIST- Graduate Royal College of DenUi Surgeons, Toronto. Stafford Block. Rooms 6 and a. Hours 1-5. The report of the changes contem- plated by Premier Rutherford in the plea for the all-round development i of the man as aimed at by the shows that ui uuc i i.hf.rfL JE- -t least one man m Y. M. C. A. was all convincing and there i-at h t .said CLty Relief wiU eo far toward increasing the after re_ 'personnel of his cabinet comes with a growing sentiment great deal of pleasure and gratification j tablishment >f tliis city and daanan to iaet comes perhaps as a surprise to 'many and undoubtedly is as great a surprise to Mr. Buchanan himself as to Mr. Buchanan's friends 'have an appreciation of his worth. gives them reason to feel no sur- prise at the premier's action. But though -Mr. Buchanan's friends may. claim, that the choice is made solely on..account of his ability and worth, it is also to be considered that :it is probably in the premier's mind I Lethbridge should-be represent- ,ed, and this part of Southern Alberta 'should be in the govern- ing of the province. The choice is a rare. tribute to Mr. Buchanan, one richly deserved every- Twdy agrees, he so soon after his entering into politics, should be called to such an important position. It is also a tribute to the importance of Lefchbridge and district. 0. D. A. morning _ remarkable case of gea- erosity'on the part of Mr. Garlick, a living at a movement, it certainly is of the attention and assistance of street. "It was last night about 10 o'clock a one-handed boy, of Centerville, Wis who is to receive tion as the protege of Ignace Pader-j ewski, passed through Chicago on !his way to New' York City, where he will immediately begin studying under the tuition c personal representative of Paderew- o< Dr. Cook. .The aunties o, the today cabled to the Na- tional Geographical Society at Wash- ington as follows: "Sorry. University not able to Dr. Cook has promised to first sub- boy proudly carried a let- ter which he received'last week from Paderewski, "who is now in Switzer- Vto rS In Taylor. "One woman chil- them's New York: the efficacv oV tlie Christian relig- dren aad the other woman had one Mr Bean's lecture should re- child. They expected to meet their sterful appeal' husbands, but were disappointed. move them. It was a mas to the higher and nobler .in man and an inspiration which will have a last- 'One of the women said she knew woman who lived, in Belmont street influence on the livfes of hundreds and the party of new arrivals were oAii" hearers. placed upon a street car and taken to that street. they arrived at tiieir -destination they found a mat- tress factory occupied the site where OUR POINT OF VIEW Premier Rutherford seems to have developed a fondness for newspaper- men. men like W. J. Bryan they expected to find a friend. "Discouraged, they returned to take the street car back to the Onion Sta- It so Happened that the car ridden to Bay street on was speak in defence of the take Christiana-religion, it ill behooves! The motorman, ridicule it. i the station. _____ j Mr. Garlick, asked what was the William Jennings Bryan says that trouble and after g men s story tola them ne gome; "You must be prepared to stay two wrote Paderewski, "and dur- ing that time I will contribute ex- penses for your living. Your instruc- tion will be free." the university has requested to waive its claim of priority in favor of the National Geographical Society, which sought an early determination of the controversy, which, has arisen 'as Hhe result of Commander Peary's charge North Pole. HON. S..H. BLAKE IS TO BE MARRIED Oct. cabte today from Brazil announces the marriage of Hon. S. H. Blaie, of Toronto, to Miss Baird, his private secretary. They will reside in England. Just arrived at Stock Yards 40 Mares and Geldings 40 J. F. Rodgers Sale Stables Wood Street, Lethbridge Best Lump on the market, per ton Nut coal, delivered. Address postcard to Barnes Mine, Royal View. F. WADDINGTON 261 City Agent. It will pay you to with ua. Pioneer Lumber Co. The Sisters Faithful Companions of "V_ Jesus will hold their annual sale of j-jOlw work on Thursday 28th, Friday 29th j and Saturday 30th of October, and ask their friends kindly to patronize this small the pro- ceeds of which are destined to start a building fund for the erection of a much needed new convent. All cordially invited. Entrance: No. 116 Street. 287-16 .f A UNITED LETHBRIDGE Mayor Henderson made some very sensible and timely remarks the other night when he spoke of the North ,-Waid with distinct and varied in- thing as a No-rth Ward or a South Ward with, a distinct and varied in- terests. It is now and should con- tinue to be one Lethbridge, united in .-purpose a-nd allied in interest, work- ing as a corporate whole for the best "interests of the city at large and will- ing- TO sacrifice petty and sectional 'considerations for the benefit of the whole. .It is true, that in the service of any .one part fhe whole city as a role is. benefitted, but this is -not always the case as history has many examples where it has meant the very reverse, where the idea of sectionalism has 'been carried to the extreme limit at the neglect of consideration for the interests of all. "TJnited we stand, we fall" is a maxim the truth of which has never been questioned ...'but force of which is seldom understood and kept in mind. The establishment of ward systems civic government is a atep in .rect opposition to the trend of all modern teachings in regard to the of nations or of cities, states within a state. Confederated 'Canada was aJi evolution not an ex- periment. The German empire is the result of the compulsory enforcement of the same principle. The states- man of discernment and foresight lias not yet arisen to deplore the results of .those and similar constitutional The whole trend of modern civilized nations has been from the smaller insignificant state to the con- federated and powerful nation. The period of Canada's real prosperity dates from confederation. The down- fall ..of an empire begins that moment when sectional and local considera- tions begin to clamor for recognition in opposition to, or neglect of, the larger and general welfare. A unitec city of which, every part (if parts or divisions can be spoken of) is co ordinate and inseparable in aim or interest to every other part, has the germs of a great and.prosperous city That the idea, of ward systems, of gov eminent is in direct opposition to tlhi principle is apparent to all, and on -that account, if for no other reason stands condemned. The'people of th province and the citfr whose institu tions and whose1 customs are in the' making, are with tasks, of momentous import and serious re- v sponsibilities for the welfare of the It behooves us to look to the experience' of ...the past and have consideration for the exigencies of the i future on any question which, involves a change, of import to the people or Canada is a great country but lie can- not come here to live as he is obli-! to tne barn' gated to six million good men who. are cQuld do .for standing, by him. German statesmen are visiting the Southern States to get lessons -on how not to treat the negro in their South African colonies. Premier McBride is getting out a railway policy with which to win his way back into power for another term It is the popular move in this West- ern country. William Randolph Hearst has started another good-sized racket in York. His strong point seems to Mr. Garlick took them to his own home, where his wife and nine child- ren sleeping. He .awakened his wife, .and after a rearrangement of furniture the tired women and their children were provided with food and 'bed." Today two women were' di- rected to-the City Relief Officer and inquiries are being made for the hus- bands. Mrs. Garlick promised to take care of the women and children j until the husbands were found. The women's names are Mrs. Agnes Eliza Chaplin and Mrs. Wray. be in "getting" after the other fel- lows. Once more the Young" Men's Club rmve shown their ability to pull off a big event successfully. The arrange ments for the lecture last night were a credit to the club. MUCH DAMAGE ON Hongkong, Oct.. casual- ties attended a typhoon that played havoc with the native shipping and damaged other vessels 'at various points on the coast during the night. At Rossport, Standard Oil steamer Lyndhurst fouled the Japanese steam er Hongkong Maru "and botli were damaged. At Macao the Portugese gunboat Patria was lifted from its moorings and carried up the Canton river, where it stranded on a flooded rice field. Many houses were blown own in the vicinity of Macao, where unks and fishing smacks in large numbers foundered, involving many asualties. PREMIER WHITNEY WANTS GAMBLING STOPPED Toronto, Oct. am in gen- eral accord with that race track gam- bling should be stopped, as to how best to do it, or as to what extent change should be made, I am not pre- pared to say, because I have not look ed into details." This was the statement made by Sir James Whitney to a reporter when asked to give his views upon the ques- tion whether it was desirable that It will pay you to with ut, 35oneer Lumber Co. tne betting law be amended, premier's sympathetic attitude The to- ward the movement which aims at eliminating- gambling from the race track is all the more significant be- cause of indefkiilje attiinxfe shown by other prominent citizens and poli- ticians. What is it Makes Fruit Lands Valuable? Good Soil Good Location Good Rainfall Good Markets Good Transportation V. Good Climate Good Conditions for Enjoy- ing Life Ours Fill The Bill Perfectly Arrow Lake Orchards M. FREEMAN, General Agent Coal, Ice and PRAYING Western Transfer Co. LONGr BROS.Proprietors Office opposite Balmoral PH MISS nurse, has opeaed a private pita! on Wallwork St., near the El- lison Mills. Obstetrical cades, J1.5C to 53.00 per day. Treatment per day. Toung children. per day. Patients arc ed to pay one week ir? advance, ana to pay for their own medicines anri spirits. Phone 269. MUSIC MRS. W. P. J. ALEXANDER, A T CM, A 0 C M Toronto Conservatory of Gold Med- alist, Ontario Conservatory 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. O. Box 1849. Phone 445. MADAM pi- anist and Teacher of Music, at lib- erty for engagements town or ooun- try. MISS NORMAN, teacher of ballroom and stage dancing. Wed- nesday 3 to 8, Caledonian Hill or 622 Crabb street. PR9F. FRED Piano and Harmony. MRS. FRED of Violin. We as- sure everybody who takes of us, rapid improvement in a very short time. We use the very best of methods. We will call at homes. Present address 834 dette St. Phone 320. LEGAL JOHNSTONE tens and Office adjoin- ing Union Bank, Lethbridge. L. M Johnstone; J. Norman fiitchie. LODGE PRIDE OF No. 293. Sons of England Benefit Society Meets in the Oddfedllowa' Hall every and third Wednesday month at 8 p.m. For full particulars apply W. J. Wade, Fred T. W. President. Sec., Box 67. LETHBRIDGE CALEDONIAN SOCIETY Meeto Caledonian Hall, Gljn St. Club room open evening 7.30 to 10.30, Sunday exoepted. All BeoUmen welcome. A. L. JOHNSTON. Secy., J. H. KELLIE, Box 330. to W. C. Barristers So licitors and Notaries. Money to loan W. C. Simmons 8. J. Shepherd. C. F. P. CONYBEARE, K.C., .D.C.L.. Barrister, Solicitor, Conybeare Block. Lftthbridge. A I berta. H. A. J. Solicitor, Notary. Room 14 ford Blk H. H. DUN So- licitor, Etc., Office Acadia Lethbridge, Alta. J. F. HAMILTON, Land Surveyor, irrigation and Hy- draulic Engineer. Room 5. Whit- ney Block. Phone 205. ARCHITECTS AND CONTRACTOftl OTTAWA'S INCREASE Ottawa, Ont., Oct. commissoner's report gives Ottawa a population of an increase of over last year. The total' assess- ment exclusive of government proper- ey, is over an increase o! nearly compare with last year. A Shavinn Brush that will Never Shed a Hair A big assortment of the famous RUBBER SET SHAVING BRUSHES jtist in. These brushes will last 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 with a good brush. Bristle Brushes from.SQcto Badger Hair Brushes from to See Our Window Display The Red Cross Drug Book Co. THE SAFE, SATISFACTORY DRUG STORE Day aud Night Phone 5 Night Bell Acadia Block Kedpath Street HEAD OFFICE-TORONTO Capital Authoriitd Capital Paid Up.............. D. R. Wilklt, Prwident. Han. FUfctrt J affray, Accounts of Corporations, Mionicipalitiei. Fanneri and Private Individuals invited. SAVINGS attention is given to Savings Bank Accounts. Depoeits of and received and inter- est allowed from date of deposit. LETHBRIDGE R. 3EATLE, Manager. Begin Block, Eotuid St.. beside Bentley'a Store. EASTERN TOWNSHIPS BANK Meets 1st and "ird M o n d aye in X. of P HaU at o'cloct. Visiting orethren are cordially invited. .j. ASHCROFT. W.P. 5M-ly QUS NEIDIQ, W.i. A.F. li A.M., Q.R.A. Lethbridfe Lodfe Befular meetinf night, the third Thnriday of each month in the Maaomc Hall. P. O. Block, at 8 p.m. Viaitinf brethren will al. ways receive a hearty welcome. A. 0. lleaser. W.M. 0. V. Btorkey. Secretary. P. 0. Box 687. INCORPORATED CAPITAL AND RESERVE A general Banking business transacted Accounts of chants and Farmers invited Savings Bank Department m connection, deposits of and upwards received and in- terest allowed at highest current rates. Lethbridge Branch ROUND STREET Old Store J. A. R. ROME, Manager. Modern Woodmen of America Lethbridge Camp No. 19681. Meets in Jbe Oddfellows HaU every second and fourth Wedneeday of month. Visiting neighbors will al- ways receive a. hearty welcome. Com- .cillor. C. L. Griffith; Banker. W. dirk. N. Canada Western Chartered Corporation Ltd. Capital Financial Agents. Fiscal Agents Brokers. for Roytl Collieries Ltd All Standard Handled HEAD OFFICE-VICTORIA, B. C. VM. T. Whit ney Block. Late of Williams Architects, Detroit. F. a. Whitney Block. Bootu t JAS. A. Macdonald Block, Lethbridge Alta. W. M. CaJfary Lethbridgs. Specialist in Fireproof ing, sanitation, heating aad ventila- tion. Ernest E. Carver. M.B.A.A.. M.R.A., A.A.I.C.. Etc.. Lethbridge Office, Bryac Block. GEORGE ao< builder. free. and alterations a specialty. porary office City Bakery, Ford St.. or Box 365. City. WILLIAM and tractor, is prepared to givt eati- mates free of cost on all work in the building trade, includ- ing, repairs, alterations, Ac. Box Bit Lethbridge. IERBERT toi foundations, concrete walks, base- ments and all kinds of concrete worl. Terms reasonable Eeti- mates cheerfully given. Apply Boi 630. City. WM. J. St., Duff Addition. Contractor and builder. Estimates freely given. It will pay you to call before buildinf. UNDERTAKING ADDI80N Under takers and Embalmers. The oldeii established business in the city Phone 102. Office and 321 Crabb 8t. Parlors open and night. T S. Ol 'RECTOR AND riagea and equipment new ap tc Parlors opposite flrt ball Open day and night. IM F. 0. Box 4M. ;