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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 30, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO HERALU. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3C, 'J09. Daily Herald advantage from the blood of the scaf-j dpalirie's Onvt-ntiou returned hp'me The mbUtor of finance, !llui local paper a boost for and its and lawful Established December, 1307 Published by tlu- Lethbridge Herald Printing Co., Ltd., every evening at its Hound Lethbridge, Alb.-rta, Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN Managing Director and Editor Subscription Rates Daily, onu year, delivered Daily, months, delivered Daily, three months. Daily, one month, d-Jhvred Baily, one year, by mail Daily, six months, by mail Daily, three months, by mail Addresses changed as often as be taken out of confederation. Sir! Wilfrid had boasted that he miil-j hospitality. Conventions are good- d- ed unresirk'U'd n-dpn city to the j vert is- rs. ma.st.. Less than t.-n years njro Sir.) _____ U'iifrid had that in dependence was his policy. Thus -ipok'' Hon. (.uvryv ter at Let us Icr said; has the best, but L thbri-jj flusn't Gf'irue K. will soon linve a that will ou icr i.'hiiiit.vd his Was not'strip them ajl. lie an ardent advocate of pr -hibitioi! __ avo, but whoever 'heard of him j Kayjn disputes- the statement iO. Fos- about the Granum open house being ilinit that'the best n Alberta. We believe Ray- Raisins and I urgim: t.iie Conservative party to in- j prohibitory whi-n j 2.00 t 1.00 I .35 3.00 1.7o .S5 desir- ed, but both new and old addresses was in power and Georiri- was one of thr members of th aumin- i.-iration vt Ottawa. But while Foster tiied t prove that Sir Wilfrid had changed hio at- ri i L-fe JOHN GEDDES GRAIN COMMISSION MERCHANT Offices: Winnipeg and Leth- bridge. Lethbridge Office: 307 Crabb street: Phone 455. G. UaC. vO'GRADY, Jr. Agent. PROFESSIONAL CARD WASHING WHY PAT DROPPED An Irishman fell fr-'-ni a house and} Ijr bi.'idfd on a wire about twenty feet j titudv on o.-rfain (.uestion-, his tin- ground. he sirt was more to prove that pres- .50! must be given. WEEKLY Published ev-ry in oiglu pages, ;itu! eontnins a summary of trie world's of the week, local a-nd ion-ign. One i" iidvancf Six iu iiJvancC' Three months, in advance THE DAILY HERALD is on sale at the following: Drug and stoiv, J. G. Ixobertson Co., J. J. j Co... R. W. Ham-1 ilton. f Pincher J. Mitchell. D. L. McCrea. Bros Drug Book Co. B. E. Suddaby. Cranbrook, B. Atchiscn. L. Reiiircke. Grassy Bow F. Werts. Hotel News Stand. Also on all P. R. trains. :'iit Libeniil not loval What traslir Liberal gcivernuient irider -Laurii-r has done ni'.re for Brit- ish" c -niifc-non than any other uovern- lui'iit, i'. introduced and eurriec tli'rouirh tii" British prcftrc-nc.-, .sen: _ to fiiriit, tiu- M-tiler Country's j battles and is committed to a sub- 1 sidixed sio'amship that will knit i the Empire, clo-rr Will somebody kindly put the Conserva- tive record up aionpsidi.' of that and see .bow it looks. OUR ATTITUDE TOWARDS BRITAIN I of Mr! Borden ut'Hal- .jifax and Mr. Foster at Winnipeg lead one to believ- tiiat the j Conservutivo party was guimr to ;.it- j tempt to hoist tilt4 a'id i pr-.-ciaim tliHt- Conservatives rhe j only loyal people on the face of this In boih speeches in- jrled a moment the nuKi go and it'll to the ground. Some one asked him iii.s reason for letting go. was th.- reply, "I wns afraid the wire would break." QUITE EXCUSABLE The following .stoory is told in Wash irjrion. Thi> minister from Guate- mala attended i. Whit? House recep- tion recently. iu- -vent C> leave h.-- ?aid the negro attendant who calls the ezifriag.s: "Call the carriage for the Guatemalan minister." "Yes. responded -the negro, ancj then iu- in loud and proud acce-'its, "De carriage ob de ministah just receiyed Bentley Co. ltd. and Retail 5 PtlOilR'-J5 v! i honest millionaires and I have known iji j 'f dishonest ones also." Ht The Socialist: "Yes, and you have I known 01 'honest workmen, i .liijai-' not all dishonest." I His Honor: "'Yes, there are honest gi I and dishonest men in all callings. jff j The Scripture mentions dishonest angels." iue Socialist, "They had a strike in Heaven once, didn't they2" His Honor: "Yes; and you know where the strike leader and all the strikers tire-now." 9 'i >K Washing your car in the cold weather is very import- ant.' We have a competent in charge of this depart- ment. Ilie Standard Garage Co, Phone 343. Wood St. DR. W. S. Surgeon. Accoucher. '2-3; 7.8 p.m. Office '.U path Si, Phooe 53 DOCTORS MEWBURN'AND OEANU Street, a.m., 2.3. 7-8. m Suflora Blocs. Residence cor. Bompas and Craob. 'Phone: Office 277; resideno. i2.. iAtd If you want horses call at J. F. Rodger's sale stable. If I haven't what you want I "can get them. THE ORIGIN OF STRIKES SOME OF SATAN'S WORK, NO DOU-BT. (From tin- Fl.sherton Advance) Last week while on his way to prayer matins: F. Gv Kargtedt was lack lotiiin by an infuriated .less than a muskrat. under- d. The beast grabbed his trous- and might soon have made a meal it had not- Mr. K., with com- i fair Dominion. situations wore made that' Sir f.-id Laurier, rhe Liberal leader, was not an ardent Imperialist., a I roar-ins- Britisher. Sir Wilfrid is as to British connection as anv i POLITICS IN GREAT BRITAIN man in the eounirr. but is a man' T of mind, torn a The loss of the of peace first. He i- not ,a4r for i "T y and kid by the English Liberals is a "severe Kar or for ..he development "of rhe to the Budget, as the contest military spirit. the other hand' P R G' was waged with thai the great j Borden and Footer are keen issue. It was a three cornered fight j their efforts to stir up th" blood but Unionist had u big majority.! Britishers to the feeling that war ______ is inevitable that Canada must' rhe Old TORONTO FIRM FAILS j I Toronto. Ont., Oct. Wright and Hughes, one of the oldest established general dealers in Canada i assignee! yesterday. Liabilities are said to be about principal The big coal strike at Glace Bay creditors being Toronto, Montreal has been a-harvest for the Socialists; and London houses. It is probable, and nearly every one of the strikers j however, that estate will show a use the old clap-trap argument that" sliSht surplus. a man cannot oe a millionaire and Tu c. _ A ne bisters.Faithful Companions of be "holiest. One day lately some ofjjesus wilt hold their annual "sale of the Socialistic wing of the strikers j workman Thursday'28th, Friday ?9th 'met a prominent stipendaty magis- Saturday 30th of October, and and thinking to bait him into j ask their friends kindly J. F. Rodgers Sale Stables Wood Street, LethbridVe ?k pro- an argument, very politely asked him j this small undertaking, the to decide a discussion that they had ceeds of which are destined to -'start amongst themselves. The spokesman j a building fund for the erection, of a your honor, can a man i much needed new convent. AM are b? a millioiiaire and be j cordially invited. Entrance: No. 116 His-Honor: I have known'of j Coutts Street. 257-16' prayer meeting will -never be known. SHOT A CORMORANT (Wiarton Canadian) One. of the ish '-campaign is tiiat. of the JEng-- while Lord i Land, and the onlv Byers i j Urcs. jewelry store window what is Eosebery'; resignation was being ac- f cepted by the Liberal League.. hisV.n, I pany' The the Hon. Neil Primrose, was telling t a cormorant, shot at Pike J bird at all events is a the Liberals of North Cambridgeshire if the Lords threw out the Bud-, get, the Liberal party need have no! be a policy cred- fear, because it would be standing on lla e ground whicn, fronT u constitutional It- party to be trusted in carrying, out! J _1" _, (V S CoTiservative will not swallow; _ wli. Tiie Liberal panv this of the country, will surely and safely direct this the first -on which country's policy towards the a cormorant lias- its appearance "on peninsula, according to re- point of view, impregnable. is curious how frequently it occurs, though Gladstone was a rare instance of the reverse, and- Victor Hugo is perhaps another, that men, .who in fceir graerous youth, are, as was Lord Uosebery, In sympathy with the peo- ple and all that makes for their become in their riper t-o Canada and appreciated bv the Mother Country. Lip loyalty is useful in stirring up bitterness but it is the loyalty thai i? practiced in perfornianca; that appeals to p-oole- COULD NAMH A FEW (Ayliner- Express) There are l.pSl inmates at the asy-, In London.' We know of enough j The Time to Hake Money is at the beginning of things. We are selling and selling rapidly our large tract of farm lands on the Arrow Lakes. The district has already made good. The market is practically unlimited. The COAL Best Lump on the market, per ton Nul delivered. Address postcard to New Barnes Mine, Royal View. "F: WADDINGTON time to make money Is When You Get the Chance J- E. sjirpeou. Aceoucner, t Block. .-.Huyw-Till 9 a.m.. n lc 3 to 5. 7 to d rbone. dav .n. night, 342 A. TAYLOO M.D., C.MJ-SDecui 1st, Eye, Ear, Noae and" Thrott Statfora Block. Lethbridge., Office a.m.. 3-6 p a OR. GARNET T. IVES, DENTIST Grauuate Eoyal College oi suigeons. Toronto. Stafford P-19 MISS nun- MUSIC ERNEST theory. and around -here who might spend j No fruit lands in America are sold at a fairer price or on'more rr time mere vnt.1i nrnfi-f -in j.__._ saort time there Sskc It the even profit to more and more wedded to things as they are. If it were not for the young TTorld would not move. If it were .not for the old it would not bal- ance. But our sympathies are with .progress. British families are often divided in this .way, as are the Prim- roses today. British political oppon- ents are not infrequently the fastest private friends. Gladstone's brother. Sir John, was "a consistent Tory, and Lord Eosebery even now has no better friends in private life than Mr. and Mrs. Asquith. Why .should men be enemies for opinion's sake, especially when the difference is an honest one? "Thank God tor a Strong Premier i" cried a prominent speaker at a Lon- don the other day which was called in defence of the budget. It is, indeed, something to be thankful for at the present time that England has a Prime Minister and H Cabinet which stand four-square to all ad- verse winds and all winds with future threat, and like Fitz-James refuse to budge from their budget. The Lord Advocate of Scotland, who lias ad- dressed '.no fewer than t'hirty great meetings, declares has never known a-ny measure in tht- past which has taken hold of the people as the bud- get has done. That ha? been the ex- perience of speakess on sides, so much so that opinion crows that the Lords will ,not fight the Commons on this issue. Tf they should do 50.' however, the Liberals them to a finish. would fight At a recent the Bishop Auckland guardians in London the following ironical resolution was "That wh? be added to the infirmary for the especial ac- commodation of Dukes; that, it be of an ornate and castellated type of architecture, and built of marble to remind them of the marble halls in wWch they formerly dwelt, and that their creature comforts.be studied'by the engagement of a French cook; that Lord Londonderry be respectfully asked to supply them with grouse, in return for the many -so-called edu- cational htnefita that they have pro- vided for the children of the poor working men; and, as we are respon- sible for the sonl wejl as for the body, that a learned chaplain be ap- pointed to look-after their -moral, re- I'gious a-nd spiritual A Toronto clergyman ursres the of strong men in the jury box. That need carmot b-; too stroaslv sized. The fate of people. HE-WILL SADLY SIGH (Port Artliuf News) The Morning Herald says the Fort Canadian Club had 'an crime, should fcTihe dmri'r' the guest hands-of iireak men. Hen of sood judgment and should bf called into service aE7r2ys and --Ot first man that an oSeer can find oniFAILURE AND DISAPPOINTMENT of honor, was. not' present what will Cy think of The Granum Press incorporation is c-rt; advocate; the "'i that town. Granum bis and progressive' en- HIM (Hamilton'Herald) Kedfort, alias Gorry, can't convince even his brother-in-law that he "mur- dered Miss Kinrade. The man's case v rj _ j oagff to assume the responsibilities t0 be favorable terms -than' No fruit lands in America are more productive.- This is a stroflg claim. Let us show 3'ou the property and explain how we can terms.. Here's a Chanel for fiie'rybody whether it be home seeker or the investor. Nothing surer in either line. Call or write of civic- Arrow Lake Orchards M. General Agent, Lethbridge JU i J i -i I- xg> i Some Calgary aldermen were willing turn the City Hall over" to the provincial government for a gaol. with the intention no doub oi ccm- discusses woman ratepayers who voted James Whitney city hall bylaws, in it. i HOPE REPORTERS WILL BE PRESENT (Kincardine Review) It. would be worth a k'rag's ransom :o be present, when Mrs. "Parkhurst suffrage with' Sir MR IDE OF No. 293, Sons of England benefit Societji Meets in Hall every" first and third Wednesday the month at -8 p.rri. For particulars apply W. J. Wade, Fred T. Eobic W.'President'. Sec.. Box 67. fall tour -about the MRS. W. P. J. ALEXANDER, AT C M A 0 C M -Gracruate Toronl- Gold Confftirva'torv of is prepared "to- accept number of pupils ia voic. JOHNSTONE and solicitors-. Office adjoin- Xo attention should be paid to the' Criticism by Maritime Liberal' papers >f- the Intercolonial Railway Com- Mission. No doubt the commission n ias dismissed a few officials in order Si VK" ,o economic Unless the-v have to. GOT TO MAKE 'EM SQUEAL FIRST (Kincardine Review) "Do hogs asks a cor unless they have JUST bUT OF -BURNED TO DEATH man named economize and the party papers are sorv. Criticism based on such 3. oundatioh will not do any harm. A mayoralty contest between Redd and Budd will make the Raymond- IrvinF was burned to death, in a fire electors think of the flowers of sum-; in a. rooming house in Quebec to- ner in the good old wi-nter time. j nieht- He was a stranger in the city. He had been liberated from jail this man in Raymond we know of'' serving a term for to'bud into a real live mayor' dnmkenness- v t K t t t t t t t t 1 BROTHER OF ARCHBISHOP The real estate market indicates 'Montreal, Oct. Lange- hat Lethbridge still looks good to the j vin, a brother of Archbishop Lange- investors. J vin, St. Boniface, died at his i _ tonight. He was chairman of A Strathcona delegate to the Muni- the civic assessors of Montreal. Canada HEAD Capital Authorized Capital Paid Up Fund 9. R. Wilkie, President. Hon. Robert Jmffrmy, Vice-Presideut. Accounts of Corporations, .Municipalities. Merchants. Farmers and Private Individuals invited. SAVINGS attention is given to Savings Bank Accounts. Deposits of ILOO and upwards received and inter- est allowed from date of deposit. .LETHBRIDGE R. SEATLE, Manager. Begin Block, Bound St., beside BentleyV Store. LETHBRIDGE CALEDONIAN SOCIETY Meete Caledonian Hall, Glyn St. Club room open evening 7.30 to 10.30, Sunday eicepted. All Scotsmen welcome, A. L. JOHNSTON, Secy. J. H. KELLIE, Box 320 Pres. j. fiimmens. Tiarristers "HO ind Notaries. Money to loan mmnon. 8: J. Shepherd W w. C F. P CONYBEARE, K.C., ,D C L .Barrister, Solicitor, Etc Offic.' -Ccmybeare Block. LetbhriSge H. Barrister Meets 1st and 3rd M o n d ays inK. of'P Hall at.? o'clock. Visltink j oretbren are cordially invited. j. ASHCROFT. W.-P. 24-ly GUS NEIDIG. W.i. ney Architects, Detroit. of Williams SIR WILFRID'S RECORD At the head of the'Liberal merit was a man who had said of "the "If I had had a rifle on the-banks of the Saskatchewan I would have used it against the sold- iers of the government." His friend, Mr. Blake, had. tried to draw party li Shavingirusd tliBt will Never Shed.a Hair A big assortment of the famous RUBBER SET SHAVING- BRUSHES jv.st in, These brushes "will last for years, as the hair is set in solid rubber and cannot possibly come out Get one now and enjoy the satisfaction and comfort that goes with a good brush. Bristle Brushes from "iiilqerliirlfuskes-froin SUStoSUO See Our Window Display The Red Cross Drug Book Co. THE SAFE, SATISFACTORY DRUG STORE EASTERN TOWNSHIPS RANK INCORPORATED 1859. CAPITAL AND RESERVE A general Banking business transacted Accounts of Mer-_ chants and Farmers invited Savings Bank Department iif connection, deposits of and upwards received and in- terest allowed at highest current rates. Lethbridge Branch ROUND STREET Old Sage Store J. A. R ROME, Manager. A.F. fit A.M., Lethbridfe Lodge Regular meetinf nifht, the third Thursday of each month in the Magjaic HalirPi 0. Block. at 8 p.m. Visiting brethren will ah ways receive a hearty welcome. A. C. Meaaer, W.M. G. V. Secretary, P. 0. Box 637. V B. ROLFSON-Architect. Whitney Block. JAS. A, Macdonald Block. Redpatb Lethbridge Modern Wootimen of America Lethbridge Camp JNo. Meets in the Oddfellows Hall second and fourth Wednesday of the month. Visiting neighbors wili .1 ways receive heartv welcome. Ooun cillor. C. t.. ;W.. 4 ClM-k. N. DowMtt. t, Calrary Lethbridge. Specialist in FireDrcof .ngsanitation heating and veS Day and Night Phone 5 Night Bell The DUpenwr. Acadia Block Redpath Street ESTABLISHED Merchants Bank of Canada HEAD OFFICE. M03STREAL Paid-up Reserve and Undivided Profits..; Accoanrs of Merchants, Farmers and Ranchers Solicited Money Ordert Letters of Savings Bank Department BraAtb CoaMale Block, St. Canada Western Chartered Corporation Ltd, Capital Financial Agents. Fiscal Agents Brokers. for Royt! Collieries Ltd All Standard Handled HEAD B. C. a.WATTS-Builder and Mo tractor M prepared to give free of cost on all o. work m the building trade inclod mg repairs, alterations. Ac. Box Lethhndge. 'f RBf RT foi lowndatioaa, concrete walks base- ments all kinds of worfe. Terms reasonable Eeti. cheerfully given. Apply 630. City. WM. J. MORRISON-Bartlett -fit Du2 Addition. and builder. Estimates freely given It will pay you to call before building UNDERTAKING MINERS KILLED IN EXPLOSION London, Oct. score of min- ers were killed hy an explosion in the Rhymney Company's collieries at G-la organshire, the most southeasterly county pK.Wales, today.v Manager Bowen and his two companions who attempted a rescue, were themselves overcome by the-afterdamp j and per- 'ished. ADD I SON takers and Embalmers. Tht established businew in the city Phone 102. t Office and 321 Crabb St. Parloft open and' night: r. S. Or RECTOR AND riages and equipment new ar date. Parlors opposite half, Open day and night. P. 0. Box 4t8. Phori A. J. and expert builder, of Am. prepar- ed to build stores, flats, vmills and factories of every, and material. Write him General. Delivery, Lethbridfe. Alta., and will oall on you. ;