Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 28, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta
fHf IMltY HIPtALO, THURIOAY, OCTOBER tt, Daily Herald !M7 by the Daily Herald Print- ;ag Co., Ltd., every lawful eveamg office, Ivound St., Lethbridge. Alberta. Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN Managing Uirefctar and Editor Subscription one year, delivered .Oaily, six months, delivered Daily, months, delivered Daily! month, delivered Daily, uue year, by mail Daily, eix months, by mail three months, by mail changed as often _ _.-. i j. 1_ 1 labor surveyor strikes us fore-sight by 1m- -up his mad-sight. One of the PUDGE ind fietiil LETHBRIOGE men of the Province has pre- hat Lethbridge is destined to j be the city in the Province." Of course he came from the city." We do not dispute his prog- i nostications but we are inclined to jbelieve that he might just as well i h.Uve prophetically added pre- positional phrase, "'to to the i "second." No doubt the his- man-v att6nd in 'towns and spend a few terms in the New Valencia Raisins and just received JOHN GEDDES GRAIN COMMISSION MERCHANT Officts: Winoipeg and bridgt. Office: 307 Crabb street; Phone 455. G. DtC. O'GRADY, Jr. Agant. and boys who are in training for pos- sibly fifty years of useful work after leaving school. MAKING CONVERSATION Prom William's Purple Cow. He (after embarrassing silence) Don't you think the floor is unusual- ly flat to-night I The Bentley Go, ltd. Bryan Btocfc Storage Tie WWII ALJEITI 1011 INI imiTMEIT CO. "f 1901 ltselt and ere two of them. Tatlo and Fulton, wouldn't swallow it and j raailv mo0ns our Progressive city will i thev retired from th, .government, i assume its corresponding nu-j PROF. FERRER'S Paris, Oct. will of Fran- I cesco Ferrer, who was executed at i Barcelona for conspiracy against the government of Spain, as published here today, charges the. executor to continue the publication of Ferrer's works on the Modern Schools and j education. The testator stated that j history would vindicate his innocence j but he abjured his friends not to bother about his memory, as "in this Washing your car in the cold weather is yery import- ant. We have a competent man in charge of depart- ment. Hie Standard Garage Co. Phone 343. Wood St. to the Capital USeful- aCtlVlt? than are boys c x i Schnnl arp no better Qualified are DeTjfr life only acts count." He added the the ordinarv duties of a life of tne oramary auwes oi.a me ot gt body eould not be Since then Dan Mann's "No Orient-; can 'by a al cry has not been heard, but in-; really practical teacher in a rural stead McBride will be kept busy j public school. One serious obstacle squaring the people with his railroad C If you want horses call at J. F. Rodger's sale stable. If I haven't what you want I can get them. ri tbe deal. The n securing The Sisters Faithful Companions of will hold their annual sale of The others are bv Gum! McBRlDE'S ERROR subsidy whicn. We McBride first'a thoroughly useful and practical brsi i W0rk on Thursday 28th, Friday 29th ness" education is the niggardly pol-1and Saturday 30th of Octob2r, and ,icy pursued by some school trustees j ask the'r "friends kindly to so government is giving to Mackenzie and Mann, is practically for a main line of the C. N. R. We refer to the line through Kamloops to Vancouver. More, the proposed line runs for hundreds of miles through territory which so far as the production of revenues is, concerned is a cypher. In this respect it is quite unlike the prairie sections, every mile of which produces revenues. The claim that OUR POINT OF VIEW jia engaging any sort ..of .teacher Wouldn't be surprised if Oliver as the saiary is small. would win out in B. C; (years spent in teaching school forty-five years of observation Dan Harm was a great politician convinced us that the very best this small undertaking, the pro- i ceeds of which are destined to start j a building fund for the erection of a much needed new convent. All are cordially invited. Entrance: when he talked "110 Oriental labor" teacher is not too good for the girls Courts Street, on the C. 'N. E. in B. C., but he would have been a statesman in Dick Mc- Bride's mind if he could have kept Tatlow and Fulton from resigning. who has cleaned up a few bad char- also parallels the C. P. R. There i might be some excuse for it if it had j taken another route. j A man named D. McGillicuddy has been appointed inspector bf baths'" in any man, ned up a few bad acters lately. _ Wfe are told that Dick McBride brought on the election in B. C: in No. 116 257-16 with a big majority and'strengthen his claim Neither Alberto or Saskatchewan, I a hurry so as to sweep the provrnc subsidized any main hues. Their ;__.xl_ _: ?i _ assistance was given to branch lines and the country they were -to cover was definitely outlined. On the other hand British Columbia -subsidizes a line the C. N. H. would have to build.i to hustle to save his neck as Premier of B. c: anyway from Edmonton to Vancouver In- order to possess a transcontinent- alline the C- N. R. must build to the coast aoid Vancouver wtis the point they had in view. Certainly Mr. 'McBride has "put his foot in it" in this deal, The Toronto G-lobe eulogizes Form- WH CAN CROW AGAIN Board of Trade in sending an 'exhibit to Billings and winning for this district the prize for the best wheat against the world, earned .its civic grant. Nothing will advertise this city and district to a greater advantage in the places it wants to be the Western than the capture of the first prize at the Dry Panning Congress at Billings. Sec- retary McNicol, who collected the ex- hibit, deserves the highest praise. It ig worthy of note also that two of the three prizes, came to Alberta, taking third place.. The of this country in wheat raising is proved by the signal vic- tory in the competition open to the world at Billings, Montana. the rumor that Mr. Brodeur would he was goin? to regign on go on the Bench, said in a recent ill-health. issue "The country could ill spare Mr. Brodeur, whose administration has been both able and unimpeach- able in a department which by long ignoble usage h'ad been the prey of grafters "high and low." Mr. Brodeur is the man whom the Conservative party endeavored to drive out of public life by slanderous charges. The Tories always go after the strong men, because they are afraid of the influence they will exert on the people, who admire business- like administration. Such a tribute from the a paper that is never afriad to express an honest opinion, should satisfy the Conserv- atives that their campaign against the Minister of Marine and Fisheries has been fruitless. We_ today look back at the oppor- tunities presented to our fathers in this Province, and wonder how fiiey ever missed jumping at them and getting rich quick. And our children we don'i wake up their day marvel at the chances .we let slip past, and the indiffT- ence we displayed towards openings for progress and Brockville Times. Out here in the new west oppor- tunities have been met and passed Today we have men here -who, to use a slang expression, "kick themselves all over the lot" when they think of the chances they have missed. New men have oome in and picked up corner lots and hold them today at prices a hundred times gre'at- er than they could have been pur- chased for ,a few years ago. The old timer regrets ho didn't buy and hold! But was the old timer to blame? He here in the lean-years. No one thought the country would ever be occupied by farmars. As a matter of "truth; there was a time when every -man here was willing- to let his real holdings go for a song. He needed the money to buy bread and a pipeful of tobacco. The A TRIBUTE TO MR. BRODEUR The Montreal Witness, discussing j er Speaker Sutherland's elevation to the bench but says not a word in fa- ror of the appointment of W. S. Cal- vert M.P. to the Transcontinental Railway Commission. Why? .Sir Wilfrid Laurier 'was never in "better health or spirits. That's a complete answer to the report that The removal of G. S. 'Maharg from this district will be regretted by ev- ery patron of the C. P. R. He was one of the most obliging superintend- ents that road ever had on this divi- sion. Mr. Maharg is the .type of man who is sure to rise to the top in the railroad world. The Time to Make Money is at beginning of things. We are selling arid selling rapidly our large tract of farm lands on the Arrow Lakes. The district hluTalready made good. The market is practically unlimited. The time to make- money Is When You Get the Chance No fruit lands in America are soldi at a fairer price or on more favorable terms than ours. No fruit lands in. America are more productive. This is a strong 'Claim, Let tis show you the property and explain how; we can make such Here's a Chance for Everybody whether it be the or the iirrwtor. surer in either line. SaleStabies Wood Street, Lethbridge COAL Lump'on the market, per ton Nut coal, delivered. Address postcard to New Barnes Mine, Royal View. F. WADDINGTON Phone 261 City Agent. Call or write 1 Arrow Lake Orchards M. FREEMAN, General Agent, Lethbridge L f I WILL HISTORY REPEAT A STORY OF WILL CROOKS From Tit-Bits. Many good stories are told about the popular labor M.P. Will Crooks. is just starting on a tour around he inhabitants look upon him as T, It is rather refreshing at times to .v t .almost able to put rught anything take a retrospectix-e view of things, i v A _ r eA -that happens to be wrong. There is A rft n T. f 1 ArtO O A glance at the Year for proves most happily so. Running through the population statistics we jone man living in the neighborhood. however, who has been heard to make towns and cities in the entire Terri- a complaint against him. This par- only five jticular person went akotrt hjs tones, including the Yukon, Crooks ,E a population in excess of The, one day muttering: "Wot's the good no tQ yer talkin1 abaht W'y names of these lucky placea were: he QO good his wife. Dawson, Calgary, Edmonton, Eegina I replied the uit and Lethbridge. The sum total of our the-whole five, at that time, was only' j' and bf this number Da-wson _et kid claim to nearly nifty per cent..! and Calgary over forty per cent, of the balance. Today, Alberta alone, taking Waghorn'6 Guide for October is altogether too conserva- tbree A TALK TO FARM BOYS From the Bowmanville Statesman. It may surprise you boys on the farms for us to tell you candidly that fl Sfiaviog Brush that will Never Slied a Hair A big assortment of the famous RUBBER SET BRUSHES just in.' These "brushes will last for years, as hair is set in solid rubber and cannot possibly come outg Get one now and, enjoy the satisfaction and comfort, that goes with a good brush. Bristle Brushes front SGcto Badger Hair Brushes from Sec Our Window Display The Red Cross Drug Book Co. THE SAFE, SATISFACTORY DRUG STORE Acadia Block Day and Night Phone 5 Night Bell Dispenser. Redpath Street Picture Framer. Imperial Bank of Canada HEAD Capital Authorized Capita! Paid Up Fund.................................-...... D. R. Wilkia, President. Hon. Robert Jaffrmy, Vice-President. Arci-unir ot Municipalities, Merchants, Fanners and Private Individuals invited. SAVINGS attention is given to Savinps Bank Accounts. Deposits of and upwardi received and inter- est allowed from date of deposit.__ LETHBRJDGE Manager. Begin Block, Round St., beside Bentley'i Store. Coal, Ice and PRAYING Western Transfer Co. LONG BROS.Proprtetors Office opposite Balmoral PROFESSIONAL CARDS DR. W. I. OALBRAITH-Phyitcu Surgeon, Accoucher. y a.m.. a-3; 7.8 p.m. Office 914 path St. Phone 53. DOCTORS MEWBURN AND Street. a.m.. 2.3. 7-8. D Mc.NALLY-Office Stafford Bompaa Offloe 177; OH. J. E. LOVER JNQ- Surgeon. Accoucner, Block, Till 9 a.m., n 3 to 6, 7 10 8. 342. D. A. TAYLOP M.O.. C.M Stafford Block. Letbbridge. Office Houra-9.30-12 a.m. g- 7.8 p.m. DR. GARNET T. Graduate Royal ERNEST F. LAYTON-Violia and Wi11 pupils on Ms 0 t n Concert fall tour about the 1st week of -November. Private and class lessons. For terms and particu SI apply io Mr. E. TJ. Eylands. n O C M -Grarraate Toronto Conservatory of -Music; Gold Med- of ls Prepared to accept Concert piaQO instruction. oncer engagements accepted Ad- dress People's Drug Stare, PH ONE. MADAM NORMAN-Professional pU: amst and Teacker of Music, at lib-1" S7 town COUD-' try MISS NORMAN, teacher of oallroom and stage dancing, Wed-: 622 Crabb street. LEGAL JOHN5TONE teM_and Office adjoin-; mg- Union Bank, Lethbridge. L M J. LODGE PRIDE OF 2W- Soni of Englani Benefit Society Meeta in the OddtedHowt' Bull every flrit and third Wednesday the month At p.m. For hil! particulars W. J. Wade. Fred T. Robini. W. President. 8ec.. Box 67. LETHBRIDQE CALEDONIAN SOCIETY Meete 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 380. Prea. UttMIji b. H7 EASTERN TOWNSHIPS BANK INCORPORATED, I85S. CAPITAL AND A general Banking business transacted Accounts of Mer- chants and Farmers invited Savings Bank Department in connection, deposits of Sl.OO and upwards received and in- terest allowed at highest current rates. ROUND STREET Old Sage Store J. A. R. ROME, Manager. Lethbridge Branch ESTABLTSHISP Merchants Bank of Canada HEAD OFFICE. MONTREAL Paid-up Capital....................... iHlOpU.OOO Reserve and Undivided Fronts........ Accounts of Merchants, Farmers and Ranchers Solicited Drafts Money Orders Letters of Savings Bank Department CoaMaie Block, -ReJjtoK St. Meets 1st and '3rd M! o n d ay? in K of P Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting are cordially inrited. j. ASHCROFT. W.P. QU8 NEtDIG, A.F. A.M., Q.R.A. Lethbridge Lodge Kegular meeting night, the third Thursday of month :n the Masonic Hall. P. 0. Black, at 8 p.m. Visiting brethren irill .all ways receive a hearty A. C. W.M. G. V. Storkey. P 0. Box .637. Modern Woodmen of America Lethbridge Gamp No. Meets in the Oddfellows Hall second and fourth Wednesday i month. Visiting neighbors wj ways receive a hearty welcome. (J C. L. Griffith; Banker. W Canada Western Chartered Corporation Capital Financial Agents. Fiscal Agents Brokers. for Royil Collieries Ltd AH Staadars! Stocks Handled HEAD VICTCRl A. P C Simmeiw. g.. Moaeyto 'luat 8. J. Bhepb-ro C. F. P COHYBEARE, K.C., .D.C.u Bleck. L-tbbridBe Notary. Room J4 Phone 102. Office and 321 Crabb St. Parlors open -is- and night. T. S. D> RECTOR AND riages and equipment new nt to date. Parlors opposite firr Open da.y and oicht P 0. BoJf4M A. J. and experp builder, of Minneapolis. Am preparf ed to build stores, flats, mills and factories of every desigiff and material. "Write him DeliTery, Lethbridge, Alta., and hJ Mil caU on you.