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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 26, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta Daily Herald TUESDAY. OCTOBER 2f, 2.00 1.00 .30 3.00 1.75 .55 s de- ad- ou Established December, 1907 Published by the Daily Herald Print- ing Co., Ltd., every lawful evening ite office, liouud St.. Lethbridge, 4lberta. Canada. W. .A. 8UCHAKAN Managing Oirectsr ana Editor Subscription Rates Daily, one year, delivered Daily, six Months, delivered Daily, uiocths, delivered Daily, oij- month, delivered Daily, cue year, by mail Daily, sis months, by mail Daily, three months, by mail etusr.gert as often sked, out both uew ami dresses nmst be given. WEEKLV fublishod. every in eight and contains t. summary the news of the week. sad foreign. _n "One year, in Six months, in advance months, in ddvucie THE DAILY HERALD oo sale ai the following places: Uthbridge-R. Sage, J. G. Robertsua A Co.. J. D- Higmbotb.au: Co.. J. j. Johnston. Mscleod-Young Co.. R. W. Ham- Uwn. Pincher J. Mitchell. D. L. McCrea. Bros. _ Drug Co J. Stafford. Fernie, B. Suddaby. Cranbrook, B.C.-Beattie Atchison. L. Reioecke. Grassy Tugham. Bow F. THE CjlTY'S FRONT DOOR YAflD Hitherto all travellers to' Lethbridge have arrived on trains which come Into the city from the junction: But soon this will be changed and 'Ire 'back yard of "the city wilL.be the front, door terrace of the city as viewed by travellers arriving and departing across the. big bridge. At present 'this terrace is ornamented by the fire of the nuisance ground to the statement of the In- --spector of the Forestry Department 'it is quite possible to grow trees on land, unfit for other purposes. If ''trees could be successfully planted ''along the river bank and the ofcher- "wise it would certainly the''visitor a .better idea., of Letli- bridge Beautiful than the incense of ;'r'the garbage heap does now. Such a would answer another purpose a row of trees make a far better -'wind break than the wire fence that attempts to the paper and SUN FIRE tni_ _i OfflCC 111 tllC WOPIU The oldest Insurance FOUNDED A.D. 1710 HoME OFFICE: JLiONDOiNt CiwULAWU i JT; Canadian Branch, Sua Building, Toronto. H. M. Blackburn, C. B. BOWMAN, AGENT, LETHBR IDGE, ALTA. c-ur-o to pursue if they and shortcomings or his swccosses uVr-od v'th 'hoi" lead-.-r in all the world, overyom- who has j rosm-cis However; insinuations are of lifelong devotion his Sg that of the retiring minia- mother with whom he lived and the UTS -ire so fil. ndly to the G. I'- R. thai they could not remain in a gov- ernment that assisted the C. N. R. liberally. Should that prove to be true their resignations c-mnot be con- sidered as inspired by the hitrh mind- ed 'motives. AN OPINION OF LAURIER Will Crooks, the famous Labor mem- ber'1 of the British Parliament, spoke-: of "his interview with Sir Wilfrid Laurier from different stanclpolnt than most men would. He said that he "parted with him feeling a better man for the and went on to speak of Sir Wilfrid's apparent wide sympathies and his earnestness. imitation he had for her through his severe illness to its end, cannot bat fee! that he had considerable good him' as a mafX I .Car of AYLMER CANNED GOODS I GRAIN COMMISSION MERCHANT Offices: Winnipeg and Leth- bridge. Lethbridge Office: 307 Crabb street: Phone 455. G. O'GRADY, Jr. Agent. WILD ELECTION FOR MAYOR I K; H. Kiley tells u? that half of X.nv Zealand is prepared to cojae to j jf; Canada and settle. Canada should t make any effort to depopulate of its sister colonies. Sherry gt-ts a government job in Ontario. Now watcfh the temperance get after Whitney for playing a liquor favorite. on track to-day f Tiie Benfley Go. ltd. iur member? of the Alberta inet are under forty. Oct. murder, two riots, scores of street fights between citizens and the severance of three business partnerships are results of four ciays of intense political strife at Gary, Ind., -attendant upon the. election of tho first- mayor of the steel city. The mutilated body of Roda 3! Ivanich, one of the participants in i the primary riot of Monday last, was H j found at daylight yesterday, lying i in the middle of one .of Gary's prin- p j cipal streets.' Ivanich had been snot Ipply: The SOUTHERN MEM LOAN UNO INVESTMENT CD, We are going to keep s..- qualities (-f character that soine Avet features at the Dry F.inn-j cost, it can laugh at other compan- maki? up a man. Brilliance of; j .with a revolver through the' back of the head. His face was beaten into an almost unrecognizable mass. Two men are being held as -suspects. or of language or evon inde- fatigability and system in work do not make men wm> make nations. The man who has the power to make and lead a nation is one who, as Mr. Crooks says of Laurier, make? one' ''feel better" for having come in con- j tact with him. The man who leaves i ss on a people is The new Municipal AVw-ij does not give tl wo owners; of property, the to vote. Watch j out for depuviu Edmonton this winter. ies pay a higher tariff per ton, it can Following close upon the disclosure of make enormous profits. Who owns Ivanich murder, it was announced j __ that three busi aess firms had dissolv- ed partnership because of animosity A PERFECT SYSTEM From the Kansas City Journal ;'I can't save anything. What growing out of the bitter mayoralty campaign. A man in Pincher Creek p'ckeu up erv Saturday night and. hand oills on the >treet- and money every day. "What vou want is a wife." iiiat iciiow is entitled to tne uarii'.- e, the trifling, the designing man j brilliant .parts may sway a crowd j" a he who has the charicter with which wouldlft accept a fiver as a reward to make the impression. The insin-. That feilow is entitled to the Carn-.- want is a patent bant that will take j The. Falthtu, Companions of I my pay envelope away from me ev- i me lunch monev everv dav. or influence public opinion for time, but the man whose influence is lasting is the man whose character is strong and whose ideals have a per- manent hold upon his own life and conduct. Sir Wilfrid Laurier is a man of great mental ability, of command ins: Jcsus wm their of jwork on Thursday 28th, Friday 29th and Saturday 30th of October, and ask their friends kindly' to patronize this? small undertaking, the pro- The Canadian Pacific extension from I ceeds of which are destined to start Sheho to Lanigan was completed Sat-. a building fund for the erection of a- urday night. This fills in the gap imuch needed new convent. All are between-Winnipeg and Saskatoon onjcordially invited. Entrance: No. 116 THE MAN ON THE SPOT. From the Vancouver Province We have not the slightest "doubt direct railway line to Edmonton. Coutts Street. 257-16 i HORSES If you want horses call at J. F. Rodger's sale stable. If I haven't what you want I can get them. Sale Stables Wood Street, Lethbridge COAL dust from arising out of the :valley, j f0r Gleiehen, who is a very observant and pleasing presence, and a prince I that the improvement which will be j among orators, but his real hold shown in the immediate future in the j the people'is because behind and in conduct- of the Grand Trunk Railway all things they recognize the char- i; do much to convince the public! ucieristics manhood that appeal to in England that their best plan in I th- beet in man. Hence Ids influence regard to investments in Canada is is great- and permanent. to choose local boards with care and i judgment and place with them a con- GOVERNMENT OWNERSHIP trol. adequare to the needs of what In an interview on his return from'! ever enterprises it may be they have New Zealand. E. H. Riley. M, P. P. i Placed their caPital in- to Edmonton remark on the 1 'beautiful tree-clad valley. It i? suMy impossible in time and with a effort on somebody's part- to i; transform our river terraces into beau- tiful groves, a becoming fringe '.to a beautiful city a? viewed from the bridge. T. 0. CURRIE DEAD T. 0. Currie is dead. To those who the Patron movement in On- tario, the name of Currie will recall a picturesque figure on the stump in those days. Currie was a wonder. ''He had .a tongue that turned out words that could bite and cut, and many a politician winced when he 'was talking. He had a homely way of presenting an argument and if ever 'a man could paint a black picture of "a government it was Currie. In or- ganizing the Patrons. Currie used to 'travel up and down the side lines and meetings in school houses and township halls. He drove a team and -democrat and accompanying him was an organ and a lady to play it. At 'these meetings Currie would take up many subjects then in the public mind and between the discussion of each there would be a musical selection; usually a hymn, that everybody knew. -Carrie delighted in picturing the extravagance at Government Hous? in Toronto. He would take up the public accounts and read: "Chief gardner, so much a year." "What does he do in the asked Currie. "Assistant gardener, so much a year." "What does he do in the and so on down the page. Then he wouldl turn .over a few sheets and road: "Pat So and sidewalks, .so much a year." "What does h> do in would Currie ask. The pointed questions were ef- Hctive and succeeded in cutting down expenses at government house. In later years Currie had "acted as Canadian immigration agent at Mil- waukee. traveller, gives government ownership of railways a very poor recommenda- tion. He says: "M saw the folly of such a he people in changing the system! ered that Lord Rosebery was not the rom public to private ownership. One choice of Mr. Gladstone as his sue- >f the weaknesses of public owner-} cessor in the Premiership of Eng- hip is that the people expect all land. but. the Queen's, and thaV he kinds of favors thai they would never was then and ever after an dream of asking from a private con-; able quantity. Queer, how slow-ly FOR HERALD READERS Realizing that a full report r.f. the proceedings of the Dry Farming Con- gress at Billings., will b? of value to the farmers of this section of Al- berta the Herald has sent a rru'irt of its staff to the Montana city. On his return a series of articles will ap pear in this paper. His observations ought to be helpful to the agrieul tural community. If they are th< Herald will be well repaid for th< expense it has "gone to. The Herald is also arranging for a scries of articles on the Des Moine. commission form of goveernment They will be contributed by a muni "cipal'expert of that city. THE USE OF PLAIN ENGLISH. From the Montreal Star This is the day of the man who will talk to the people in a manner to be policy in New Zealand. In order to understood by the' most hasty J Lloyd- popularize government ownership George and Winston. Churchill owe the government- built the road as j much of their strength to this very cheap as it could and put-in cheap Power of plain speech. If Demos had rolling stock. Now they arc- finding jtne vote- Demos must be talked to in the rolling stock and own language. Moreover, he must tion not at all what it should be, i De talked face to'face, and not ad- and the people'.are "asking for bet- dressed in curt fashion from, an iso- ter trains and a better service all '..latcd platform which resounds but round, while the government can i once and tnei1 is silent, only stand by and refuse to. operate j any trains that do not pay, and say THE LAWYER'S CINCH that if they want better accommocla- From the Goderich Star tion they must pay for it in higher Six lawyers engaged in a law suit, fares. The government is afraid to j which was postponed on Sept. 28, touch the pockets of the people, j owing to the illness of one of "the because they arc afraid it will en- j counsel, got for their two mia- tail a loss of votes, and so the people utes attendance, one of them not ev- must wait for better train service.' 'en being in the room. The fellow- Newspaper? have taken it up, depu- who wo.s tiius taxed made an tation after deputation has called against it, but got no mercy, and of on the government, only to be told j course it will have to be paid. That's that Only the trains that pay can jtne advantage of being able to make be operated, taking exactly the same your own rules and allowing no one stand as any monopoly or corpora- lion." If the government owned road is oing just as the private corporations do there is, of course, no relief, for! 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 and 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 Best Lump on the market, per ton Nut coal, delivered. Address postcard to New Barnes Mine, Royal View. P.' WADDINGTON Phone 261 City Agent. Coal, Ice and PRAYING Western Transfer Co. LONG BROS. Proprietors Office opposite Balmoral PH ONE: es PROFESSIONAL CARDS MFDICAL DR. W. S. Burgeon. Accoucher. 9 a.m.. 2-3; 7.8 p.m. Office 914 path St. Phone 63. DOCTORS MEWBURN AND DEANi, Street. m MeNALLY-Office Staflora mock. Residence cor. Bompas and Craob. Phone: Office residue. DK. u. E. Surgeon. Accoucrfer. Oddrellow. Block. Houra-Till 9 a.m.. n tc i 3 to 5, 7 to S. Phone, day 342. D. A. TAYLOR M.D C M __ ist, Eye, Ear, Noae and Throti Stafford Block; 'Lethbridge. Office. a.m., 3-B .p.ru "7.8 p.m. v" i __ DR. GARNET T IVES ui-iw-ric-r MISS G.A.DAINTY_GradUate has opeaed a private pual on' Wall work St. near the n'n children! per day. Patients are -ipecv ed to pay oae week iD advance, and to pay for their own tcedicines anrt spirits. Phone 269. MRS. W. p. J. ALEXANDER, A T CM, A O C M Graduate Toronto Conservatory of -Music; Gold Med- alist, Ontario of Mus- ic, Whitby, is prepared accept a limited number of pupils in culture and piano instruction. Concert engagements accepted. Ad- dress People's Drug Store, Wesir minster Road. P. 0. Box 1843 Phone 445. MADAM pi- anist and Teacher of Music, at lib- erty for engagements town or coun- MISS NORMAN, teacher of ballroom and stage dancing, Wed- nesday 3-to S, 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 lessons of us, rapid improvement in a very short time. We use the very best or methods. We will call at your nona'es. Present address 624 Bur- dette St. Phone 320. LEGAL interfere with them. THE LATE QUEEN'S CHOICE From the Kingston Whig An English writer has now -discov- jern. It is in the granting of these avors, without any other, than a po- itical reason, that public ownership, n many cases, fails. OUR POINT OF VIEW The death of Senator Patrick Mc- Canren comes with mixed feelings some things dawn on people. SOME LARGE POTATOES From the Shelbourne Free Press R. J. Reburn, of Whitfield, deliver- ed to H. White and Co., on Tuesday, a bag of potatoes that weighed 100 pounds. When counted .there were on- to those who have followed at all the j ly SO potatoes in the bag. They con- politics ot the greatest city in Ameri- i sequently averaged one and a. quarter ca. Though riot considered to be a politician of the highest ideals, a statesman he certainly was not, Me- j n earned r, great deal of respect throughout liis country as the Demo- pounds SPEAK UP. WHO IS IT? (Coleman know of one coal company cratic leader of New York opposed to the Lethbridge district which fears no Tammany. Whatever McCarren's sins S competitors. It can ship coal at Imperial Bank of Canada HEAD Capital Capital Paid Up......................................... Reserve Fund....................................--- D. R. Wilkie, President. Hon. Robert Vice-President. Accounts of Corporations, Municipalities, Merchants, Farmers and Private Individuals invited. SAVINGS attention is given to Savings Bank Accounts. Deposits received and inter- est allowed from, date of deposit. ___ LETHBRIDGE R. SEATLE, Manager. Begin Block, Bound St., beside Bentley'g Store. JOHNSTON E ters and solicitors. Office adjoin- ing Union Bank, Lethbridge. L. M Johnstone; -JY Norman Sitchie. LODGE PR FOE.. OF No. 293, ALBERTA, to W. C. Simmons. Barristers S-o licitors and Notaries. Money to loan .C. Simmons S. J. Shepherd. Sons of England Benefit M-eets in the Oddfedllows' Hall every first and third Wednesday the month at. d p.m. For. full particulars apply W. J. Wade; Fred. T. HBobint Wl President. Sec.. Box 57. LETHBRIDQE; CALEDONIAN SOCIETY Meets 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 330. Prea. Lethiridge lerie No. ttl Siiavioo Brush that will Never THE B. C. RESIGNATIONS The.: resignation of throe members of the British Columbia government shows that independence within party. lines does exist. If the news re- ports are to the three cab- inet, ministers resigrned .because they differed with'., the railway policy of Premier McBride. That was the hon- BRUSHES jv.st in. These brushes will Jast for years, as the hair is sot 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 50c to Badger Ralr Brushes from to Sec Our Window Display The Red Cross Drug Book Go. THE SAFE, SATISFACTORY DRUG STORE Day and Night Phone 5 Night Bell Dispenser. Acadia Block Redpath Street Picture Framer. EASTERN TOWNSHIPS BANK INCORPORATED 1869. CAPITAL AND RESERVE A general Bantinp business transacted; Accounts of Mer- chants and Farmers invited Sayings Bank Department in connection, deposits of and upwards received and in- terest allowed at highest current rates. Lethbridge Branch ROUND STREET 'Old Sage Store R. ROME, Manager. I ESTABLISHED ;135i Mfipcliants Bank of Canute J3LEAD Paid-up Reserve and Undivided .-I OO Accounts of Merchants, Farmers and Ranchers Solicited Drafts Money Orders Letters ot Savings Bank Department Meets 1st and "ird M o n d aye in K of P Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting Drethren are cordially invited. j. ASHCROFT, W.P. 34-ly GUS NEIDIG, W.I. A.F. A.M., Q.R.A. Lethbridge Lodge Regular meeting night, the third Thursday oi each month in the Maaomc Hall, P. 0. Block, at 8 p.m. Visiting brethren will al- ways receive hearty welcome. A. C. Messer, W.M. G. V. Storkey. Secretary, P. 0. Box 637. Modern Woodmen of America Lethbridge Camp No. 13688. Meets in the Oddfellows Hall every second and fourth Wednesday of the month. Visiting neighbors will ml- ways receive a hearty welcome. icillor, C. L. Griffith; Banker. W. (Dickon; Clerk. N. j Canada Western i Chartered Corporation i. Ltd. Capital Financial Agents. Fiscal Agents Brokers. for ,Royt: Collieries Ltd Branch CoaHale Block, Redpath St. 1 j All Standard Stocks Handled I LjrAft iJIAITtDlA a is HEAD OFFICE-VICTORIA, B. C. C. F. P. CONYBEARE, K.C., .D.C.L.. Bamstcr. Solicitor. -Office Conybeare Lethbridge berta. HV A. J. bCiicitur, Notary. Room 14 ?'af ford Bik r-..................... '__ H H. DUNWOODY-Barrister, So- licitor, Etc., Office Acadia Lethbridge, Alta. J._F. HAMILTON, Land Surveyor, irrigauen and Hy draulic Engineer. Room 5 Whit- ney Block. Phone 205 AHCMITECTS AND VM. T. WILL-iAMS-Architect. Whit ney Block. Laie of Williams Bros. Architects, Detroit. F. B. BOOIL Whitney Block. JAS. A. Macdonald Block. Bedpatb Lethbridfe Alta. W. M. Calgary Lethbridge. Specialist in' Fireproof- ing, sanitation, heating and Won. Ernest E. Carver. M.B.A.A A.A.I.C., Etc.. Lethbridge Office. Bryac Block WiLLiAM and cen tractor, .is prepared to give esw mates free of cost on all kinds work in the building trade, includ- ing, repairs, alterations,