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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 23, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE UMlLY HERALD, Daily Herald cent magazine article by Sir Charles Tupp-er, it says 3 "Sir Charles Tupper has published I Side ho was; The business manager for David I for WarHeld brought in from the road of imperial the story of the manager in a thrill- December, f litolwheu by the Daily Herald Print- i Canada, on LOO .35 .OO Subscription Rates Daily, one delivered Daily, six ru-.-uths, delivered Daily, delivered Daily! oti- month, delivered Daily, cue by mail Dally, six months, by mail Daily, three months, by changed as often sired, but both new ami drpsset must be given WEEKLY l-ubiisbed every to eight nad contain? a suinauo The world'a news of week, local foreign. r One year, in flii months, after- tiers that one man, obviously from within the empire i federation scheme. Shortly he received a letter from the the country, wetit in every premier in which Sir John courteous- Finally he remarked to the man that I iv called the high commissioner to he must enjoy the performance. "Tol- j sg for his speech. It had, said >rably replied the playgoer, "but >g in our parliament." The would be likely "to make cause with j WHAT HE HAD FORGOTTEN the and there would he no j A certain elderly gentleman suffer- of trouble and so Sir Charles mucft from absen't-mindedness, and had better let it be known that he was compelled to seek as- had spoken his own opinions only, and Oj his servant. "Thomas." he would constantly say, "I have ol government. ,i m Car of AYLMER CANNED GOODS on track to-day not HERALD Fear of "the French" of Quebec and just, been looking for something, and -ale at the following determination to when now i caii't remember-what it Li-thbridge-R. J. G. Robertson possible was one Of the cardinal the obliging Thomas in- Co., J. D. Higinbotham features of Sir John's policy. made some suggestions. Co.. R. W. Ham-j succeeded wonderfully well in "Was it your purse, or spectacles, or SCOCOCOD The Bentiey to, Ltd. snd Retiil Piione ii LETHBRIOGE JOHN GEDDES GRAIN COMMISSION MERCHANT Offices: Winnipeg and Leth- bridge. Lethbridge Office: 307 Crabb street: Phone 455. G. UeC. O'GRADY, Jr. Agent. iltc-n. PSncher ing for his party rather more than cilcck book, sir and so on, till he Mitchell. 0. L.; share 01- Qucbec allegiance, -but he on the right object. WINNIPEG MARKETS Winnipeg, Oct. opened 3-3 higher and closed 3-4 higher. All markets opened up strong and the difference between Minneapolis De- cember and iMay narrowed down 1 1-2 cents. Yesterday morning the differ- ence was 3 covered freely and there will probably be some re-action from this point. Mar- kets liohl stronger in Spite of bearish news. Winnipeg October opened 97 1-2; December 94 3-8; May 99 1-4. Closed October 97 1-2; December 94 5-8; May 99 1-2. October oat? closed 43 3-4; Decem- 32 1-2 JV13.V oo Storage Apply: Tke SOUTHERN AkIEITA IOIHN INEITMEIT CO. OVERHAULING Now is the time to be considering the overhaul- ing of your car. Don't let it go too late. The Standard Garage Co. Phone 343. Wood St. PROFESSIONAL CARDS OR. W. S. QALBRAITH Surgeon, Aceoucher. Bourn- 9 a.m.. 2-3; 7.8 p.m. Office 914 path St. Phone 53. DOCTORS WEWBURN AND Street. a.m.. 2.3. 7-8. DR. A. McN Stafford Block. Residence cor. Bompas Crabb. Phone: Office t77; 72. Dft. J. E. Surgeou, Accoucner, Oddfellow. Block. 9 a.m., 11 to i 3 to 5. 7 to S. Titoae, dav night, 342. D. A. TAYLOR M.D., C.M ist, Eye, Ear, tnd Throat, ataflord Block, Lethbridge. Ali4 Office a.m.. p.m.. 7-8 p.m. SOCIALISTS DEFEAT "THE CONSERVATIVES Dresjent Oct. The 'Conservative Sarnia, Ont., Oct. 22. Captain HORSES HORSES CUr.sholm-0. L. Reiuecke. Grasay Lake-Dr Tugnam. F. Werts. LET US GIVE THANKS Monday next is the public day oi Ralph Pringle, who murdered Birrell McKinnon, of Mooretovm, Ont., in a j prisonment. had to make sacrifices to -do it. With Qne night, after the old gentleman faessc and skill in party man- had retired, the bell rang for Thomas J. Stafford. agement it is. however, doubtful if and bn reaching the bedroom he I party in the Dfet has been defeated j saloon at'St Clair> last April, was F.rni., B. C-N. Sij John C0uld ever have won the found the master restlessly by sweeping victory of the Soc-1 scntenccd v.esterdav to fc years' im- Cranbrook, French" over to preferential Trade, j aimud the room. j ialists at yesterday's election. Out! That triumph was reserved for "Thomas, Thotras." lie said. "I j of 34 elections, Diet 16, statesman of the same race as the came up here for something, and now j of the choseil members are Social-] people to be won over to the perilous fve forgotten what policy. Sir Wilfrid found little diffi- i "Was it to go to bed, sir T culty in achieving what Sir John gested his faithful retainer. might have iourrd to be impossible. "Ah the very has been one advantage at thing Thank you, Thomas. having a French-Canadian at night thanksgiving for the people of da .The people of Alberta and bridge in particular, in their thanks- giving, whether expressed or not, indeed find sufficient cause for the most sincere thankfulness. It is a time when we may look back over achievements of sug- verv Good OUR POINT OF VIEW SURPRISED A mission worker in New Orleans was visiting a reformatory near t Mondav will be no day 0- ae past year. ducks OQ the hundred city not so long ago when she find out how much stands to our; i vcd f qtiaintaaee, a negro lad long thought to The Sisters Faithtu! Companions of Jesus will hold their annual sale of work on Thursday 28th, Friday 29th and Saturday 30th of October, 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 a much needed new convent. All are It will pay you to with us. I cordially invited. Entrance: No. 116 242-28 Courts Street. 257-16 istss, while the Conservatives (have! 14 and Nationalist Liberals four. The CoriServatjives entitled to part in .only 17 re-ballots. The SocV ialists will take part in 53 'ballots, the National Liberals 29 and the Moder- ate Radicals 9. ._ Pioneer Lumber Co. prosperity account. j One of the most bountiful harvests; banks of Canada are rejoicing of our'history has just yielded its j jn great prosperity. That ought to golden store and the magnitude of', enable them to help some of the rest its results we are hardly able to fully of us. slider. 1 for j King "Edward appears to think he what has been done and the brilliant, did quite a stunt when by pressing a future in store for us in the days to; button he- started wheels of action in come. We are not giving thanks as j Montreal, thousands of miles the man" who sits down to a sump-1 and he certainly did.. tuous repast without the knowledge j another waiting for him. j The situation in Spain is but an- Providence has dealt lavishly with j other demonstration of the fact that Alberta. The goddess of the! the sterner the measles taken again- harvest lias smiled on these fertile j st movements for liberty the faster "plains asain. We 'have achieved much that movement progresses. a model integrity. "Jim j "Is' "Yas- responded the back- I's charged with stealin' a pertaters." The vis- "You, Jim she re- peated. "I am .'''Yas- said Jim. "So was I, or I wouldn't -be here and m forth the assured con- There is reflex action in oppression that of much greater achievement, [works the -downfall of the oppressor. Truly there is no mockery in our 'words when we say "Let us give thanks." Iceland getting ANNUAL W. C. T. U. CONVENTION AT OMAHA Neb., Oct. an early the delegates to the Thirty-sixth. Annual Convention of the Women's Christian Temperance Union .began flocking to the big au- ditorium. The convention came to j Pay" O'Connor has visions of order at. the tap of President Stev- Ireland Lords refuse home rule if the to pass the Lloyd- PRISON REFORM George budget. The question for the i Irish home-rulers seems to be whether That Prison Reform is a good in- they are more anxious to preserve is an impression -which is their distillery business or get the 'gaining ground throughout the civil- j right to govern themselves. 'ized'world. In a recent issue of the j------- v Westminster Ralph Connor, in his j Premier McBride was very nice in "powerful story, "The Foreigner, 'draws with a few deft strokes an ap- palling picture of the hopelessness of his letter to the Centennial Exposi- tion people but it will -be observed that he did not come through with :prison life as it is in too many in- i anything very tangible in the way of stances today. "Prison figures jus- financial assistance. The three west- 'tify reform" is the way in which ,it ern provinces are all of the same 'is put in a recent letter from the mind. Prison Reform League of the United States. Among the 'facts shown in A- scientist said that because the the letter, perhaps the most surpris- j i-arth, sun and .moon were all in a ing is that New York and Chicago, J line this week, there would be dis- ttic two largest cities in the country, turbanccs in the centre of the earth. the most cosmopolitan popula-! it the same combination of pow- a large percentage of which is j ers that has caused the political always on the verge of destitution, j changes in Alberta, Saskatchewan, a lower homicide record per t-han Los Angeles and San for instance, and lower quite a number of cities in the south. The difference is traced quite logically to the actual and beneficial toward prison reform in the states of New York and Illinois and 'especially by the adoption of the in- -deterroinate sentence, probation and parole. Indiana is also selected as an ex- ample of what can be achieved for .the profit and advantage of the com- munity by the treatment of the con- victed criminals on the basis of re- "form rather than revenge, of treat- 'mcnt that is remedial rather than penal. The record of the indetermin- ate sentencc'after nearly twelve years British Columbia, Nova Scotia and Spain that have all occurred this week STRIKE DID NOT COME OFF New York, Oct. rxpected strike oi some members of the New York Ladies' Waist makers did not materialize today and an effort to arbitrate was made on the part of the employes. The matter will prob- ably come to a head at a maS3 meet- ing to be held soon at Copper union, where Samuel Gompers, president of the American Federation of Labor is expected to speak. trial that state is set forth as 'establishing its merit beyond all pos- sible dispute. It shows that opcrat- ing under this plan, during the time mentioned, 29S3 prisoners have been paroled, of whom less than 25 per cent, have been sent back to prison for violation of the parole. It shows further that the paroled men have earned an average of during the Lime they were being tested on pa- role, and beyond this money advan- tagc to themselves and society, there accrued the greater profit of -training 'in industry an-d honest living that was insisted upon as part of the pa- role contract. In individual case of such re- formation there is -double gain for bad man is eliminated and lg good man Is gained. It is a matter of conviction that both in argument and fact prison reformers have altogether the best of it. Soo, Ont., Oct. Ground- water, second engineer steamer John B. Trevor, now hard ashore at Isle Royal, fell oft wrecking tug Favorite and was drowned. ens5 gavel promptly at 9.30 o'clock. Singing led by Mrs. Frances W. Graham, of New. was followed by devotional exercises. After the j roll call the annual report of the ex-j ecutive committee was presented. Committees were named on creden- tials., publications, courtesies and telegrams, finances and subscriptions the Union Signal and the Crusad- ers' Monthly. Mrs. Stevens, the 'national presi- dent, delivered her annual address, which occupied the greater part of the morning session. Mrs. Stevens lea- j tured her report with a.note of con- gratulation to President Tart on his stand on the temperance question. "For Mr. Taft to set the example of total abstinence is cause for great re- joicing by those who care for hu- manity's said Mrs. Stevens. "Mr. Taft is entitled to grateful thanks and appreciation fo a thrice grateful nation." The work of securing a f-rderal law which will prevent interstate ship- ments of liquor into "dry territory" was commended. Speaker Cannon is charged with having prevented the passage of a bill designed for that purpose throughout the last congress. The program of the afternoon's ses- sion included the submission of the annual reports of the corresponding: secretary and of the treasurer, and addresses by Miss Rhina, E. G. Mosh- er of New York, secretary of the young women's branch, and others. EXCURSION TO B.C. FRUIT LANDS Starting from LETHBRIDGE on THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28th 2.20 a. m. and points on the Calgary-Macleod line WEDNES- DAY 27TH to meet at Macleod The excursion will be so conducted as to give every mem- ber the best opportunity of seeing arid investigating the great possibilities of this country as a fruit growing dis- trict. Those interested should not fail to avail themselves of this opportunity, 'as after this trip the apples will be picked, and one of the most convincing proofs of the great productiveness' of the country will not be visible. WE GUARANTEE A RETURN RATE OF MAKING UP ANY DIFFERENCE OUT OF OUR OWN POCKETS For Further Particulars Apply to Arrow Lake Orchards M. FREEMAN, General Agent, Lethbridge If you want horses call at J. F. Eodger's sale stable. If I haven't what you want I can get them. J. F. Rodgers Sale Stables Wood Street, Lethbridge 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. Imperial Bank of Canada HEAD i Capital Authorizad Capital Paid Up........................................ D. R. Wilkie, President. Hon. Robert Jaffrty, Vice-President. Accounts of Corporations, Municipalities. Merchants, Farmers and Private Individuals invited. SAVINGS attention is given to Savings Bank Deposits of fl.OO and upwards received and inter- est- allowed from date of LETHBRIDGE R. SEATLE, Manager. Begin Block, Round St., beside Bentley's Store. Coal, Ice and PRAYING Western Transfer Co. LONGrBROS.Proprtetors Office opposite Balmoral PHONE: eat DR. GARNET T. IVES, DENTIST- Graduate Royal College oi Denu) Surgeons, Toronto. Stafford fi and a. Hours 6-11; 1-5. Phone 463. i MISS G. A. DA I NTY-Graduate nun r has opened a private pita] on Wallwork St.. near the EJ lisoa Mills. Obstetrical cases, to 33.00 per day. Treatment per day. Toung children per day. Patients are -xpeev ed to pay oae week in advance, to .pay for their own ancj spirits. Phone 269. MUSIC MRS. W. P. J. ALEXANDER, A T CM, A O C M Toronto Conservatory of 'Muaic; Gold Med- alist, Ontario of Mus- ic, Whitby, is prepared to accept a limited number of pupils in voici culture and piano instruction. Concert engagements accepted. Ad- dress People's Drug Store, Weet- minster Road. P. 0. Boz 1843 Phone 445. LODGE PRIDE OF ALBERTA, No. 293, Sons of England Benefit lociet? Meets in the Oddfedllowe' Hull every first aod third Wednesday the month at 8 p.m. For full particulars applf W. J. Wade. Fred T. W. President. 3ec.. Box 67. LETHBRIDGE CALEDONIAN SOCIETY Meeta Caledonian Hall, Glyn St. Club room open evening 7.30 to 10.30, Sunday excepted. All Scotsmen welcome. A. L. JOHNSTON, Secy., J. H. KELLIE, Box 320. lethbridge lerie do. S3? SIR WILFRID'S GREAT POWER The Hamilton Herald' has at last perceived that it has been an advan tage to Canada to have had a French Canadian premier. Discussing a re- It w5M pay you to trade with ui. Pioneer Lumber Co. 242-23 Montreal, Oct. C. Manning, arrested some weeks ago for fraud in connection with coal contracts from a large number of poor families, was released yesterday on suspended sen- tence. Friends have come forward since his arrest and made good the amount fraudulently obtained, some Drink is held to be the cause of the man's conduct. ft irflnn Erusli that will Never Shed a Hair A big assortment of the famous RUBBER SET SEAVJKG BRUSHES jr.st in. These brushes "vdll last for years, as the hair is set in solid rubber and cnnnot possibly cciiie out. Get one now and enjoy the satisfaction and comfort that goes with a good brush, Bristle Brushes from 50c to Badger Hair Brushes from to SUB See Our Window Display The Red Cross Drug Book Co. THE SAFE, SATISFACTORY DRUG STORE Day and Night Phone 5 Acadia Block 2sTightBell Redpath Street Dispenser. Picture Framer. EASTERN TOWNSHIPS BANK INCORPORATED 1859. CAPITAL AND RESERVE A general Banking business transacted Accounts of Mer- chants and Farmers invited Savings Bank Department in connection, deposits of and upwards received and in- terest allowed at highest current rates. Lethbridge Branch ROUND STREET Olu Sage Store J. A. R, ROME, Manager. Meets 1st and "ird Mondays P Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting oretkren are cordially invited. j. ASHCROFT, W.P. 24-ly GUS NEIDIG, W.S. A.F. A.M., Q.R.A. Lethbridge Lodge Regular meeting night, the third Thursday of each month in the Masonic Hall, P. 0. Block, at 8 p.m. Visiting brethren will al- ways receive a hearty A. C. Mefiser. W.M. G. V. Storkey. Secretary, P. 0. Box 537. ESTABLISHED ilSoi Merchants Bank of Canada HEAD OFFICE, MONTREAL Paid-up Capital..................... Reserveand Undivided Profits........-..... Accounts of Merchants, Farmers and Ranchers Solicited Drafts Money Orders Letters of OrwV.t Savings Bank Department CoaMale Block, Redpath St. Modern America Lethbridge Camp No. 13638. Meets in the Oddfellows Hall every second and fourth Wednesday of' the month. Visiting neighbors will ways receive a hearty welcome. cHlor, C. L. Griffith; Banker. W. Clerk. N. Canada Western Chartered Corporation Ltd. Capital Financial Agents. Fiscal Agents Brokers. for Royt! Collieries Ltd All Standard Stocks Handled HEAD B. C. MADAM. pi- anist and 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 PROF. FRED GREVE-Teacher of Piano and Harmony. MRS FRED of Violin. We as- sure everybody who takes lesaons of us, rapid improvement in-a very short time. We use-the very best of methods. We will call at your homes. Present address 624 Bur- dette St. Phone 320. LEGAL JOHNSTONE ters and solicitors. Office adjoin- ing Union Bank, Lethbridge. L. M. Johnstone; J. Norman Eitchie. SIMMONS St to _W. C. Simmons. Rarrisif.ra Be, licitors and Notaries. Money to loan W. C. 8. J. Shephero C'.' F. P. CONYBEARE, K C., .D.C.L Barrister, Soliciior, Etc. O Conybeare Block. Lutbbridge. berta. H. A. J. Solicitor, Notary. Room 14 ford Blk H. H. DUNWOODY-Barrister, So- licitor, Etc., Office Acadia Lethbridge, Alta. SURVEYING J.r. HAMILTON, Land Surveyor, irrigation and Hj draulic Engineer. Koom 5, Whit ney Block. Phone 205. ARColTECTS AND VM. T. W ILL Wtm ney Block. Late of Williams Bros.. Architects, Detroit. F. B. Boom t Whitney Block. JAS. A. Macdonald Block. Bedpath Lethbridge Alta. W. M. DO Oalgary Lethbridge. Specialist in Fireproof- ing. sanitation, heating and tion. Ernest E. Carver. M.B.A A A.A.I.C., Etc., Afan Lethbridge Office. Bryac Block WILLIAM tractor, is prepared to give eatj- mates free of cost on all kinds work in the building trade, includ- repairs, alterations,