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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 31, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta Taft a day and it lor IOHIIUL Cottfttil or Ited's engiaMr or hat got to do about tkoae doff-foaed croaauigs. Kfc- night one thoat frnptaw-off aad or Icat sertoua injuries. sdgM pjnoa, KWi a t t wtuw ORCIWWAY late Grawt way, former Prune Minister tad prejuruR-e agaiait' interviews and viewers. The story U reiatod, however, vhat oa oae occasion in To- ronto a reporter got the 'better of the Premier of SLuiltoba, as be was then. The newspaper man called upon, Mr. Onenway at the Qtaeen's Hotel. lie (or the interview but Vac told HO BUN'S XEW TASK (Canadian Courier) Hon. .11. Robiia hat recovered vokw wkkk W dropped in the ol It haa scared no Jieriowi injury beyond a low it iie upper ragiaier. Ho actvertiatd in-tae- "toot" ot the cannot too in of Uuu orgmfi... Our cilrlM g for there is oo will be ptoascd to that Mr. In a -kindly 'but emphatic way "L ne- ver cooceat to be interviewed." The reporter went 'away. On His way baric to the office he recollected that the Prettier had one striking quality, a fondness of boosting Mani- toba to individuals who were- consid- ering lO.iiift up farms in that pro- la to write au article for the Canadian ou "Wild Animals 1 Have Skinned." Mr. Daniel McGiliicuddy is in. the liona' den and UM Huron Old Boys are sorry for the lions and are lay- ing heavy odds oa Patriarch whose 'vocabulary is all his own. XO CHIME THERE (Canadian Courier) First courts have opened in Two a vince. So the news' gatherer planned 'a plot to trap MrTGrwaway. He dressed himself as closely he.could hitherto to resemble a farmer, borrowed ,a mounted police, false beard and a pair of long boojs and went back to the was ush- ered to the Premier's room "aad'ut once niude inquiries about lands and crops and the prospects for an Onta- o farmer on the1 plains. The Pre- mier talked and talked. He told the "farmer" that Manitoba -was the greatest province on. etwth for farm- ing. He quoted, told of the extent of the crops and in fact, used every ineans to attract his. call- er to the West. The next morning the Toronto World appeared "with a two column interview with Hbn, Thos. Grcen- way. been the Peace River country. ta and month's trip up, part of that far-reaching" pro- vince aud established-the law which dispensed by the 1'eace" River Cross- ing was the ,first court; the, court- room being the police barracks. The t going to n judges wen) present; likewise the clerk -_.. writing history j ol court, the police and the specta- But there was no business; nei- ttwr plaintiffs nor defendants.- Peace Kiver seems to have been well named; not comparable for peace and quietness. As they do not for leaving then Uio wry they Strancors ia towa whv iu HiUxthf arc way and goner ally gwt out of tova ,thoy a-i t? that proves to' a demonstration the results if not the of ing made that way.x one who has got the power has got to get al- ter tfcitf crossing proposition or there will be one of the biggect rows kicked up that has ever been seen in this neck The old plan of, swinging around on its orbit to the spot opposite Ok Sol; that marks the municipal alec tions. It is time that the elector were beginning to review the hlctoe; of the year.'s at the couia cil chamber and make up their minds whether' or not there is any grounds for the time-honored cry "It ja time for a and if they decide tha the record does not justify them in keeping the present holders-dowm of the hard seated chairs, it is tinge for them to look around for some one. These eleventh hour candidates are generally the best what make any attempt just now but mere- ly to give the-electors a tip to do a little" studying on their own hook. OrTTrack Today Tte fcxtfc) d, Ltt. ii 1MUI Wtfctt, Burt fcrti by four old of Bi- IMerooti of Wei king is quite sick with ocarWt will U a dance Lonight in Meu'e MutuiU Associutioii. Mias Kthel Htotte is in ing a tar witk hor hut will to Waiwd ROUMS Litt your property with lit. We can sell it, IfcrtitoltjCL W. I OALMAITM T4 PR. J. ELLIS Cleveland Ohio. OffJCI-WHITMCY wioc; Pboee'307 Hoim; 0-if; Special for Saturday SbteTan'EipcrMStt I fctdialfci I I N .TiSf M I F. i Between Stge's and Boy'a The council has tackled some big pro- positions, during the .past year and has given the city a good taste 'of Mr. white gloves in J. Cornwall, that country, i v. ho is the steamboat Ookannett in the-last] great West, gave the judge a pair of brown leather ones. AT THE LYCEUM THE MAN WANTED The liberal government make a mistake if it filled the vacan- cy on the Railway Commission by the appointment of a man, unacquainted with of the farmers, facturers wholesalers on the prai- A western man is re-quired and that "particular western roan should not be friendly in 'any wav to railroads. As long as he is fair both people and railroads no objec- tion can be raised. He must be ab-. splutely impartial, fearless and hon- est. real progressive civic government and as a wKqlo have done well. If such be the opinion of the electors, it is for them to study the individual re- see if-they are deserving of being re- elected if they wish it. It is no sfiap being a city Tather and if a does At the Lyceum last night- there 1 veil he should be appreciated and if was again a fall house, which seems he falls down he should be let out as to be a regular nightly occurrence at and kladly possible. It is this popular amusement house. ah honor sought for by few and good band was in attendance, being generally have the office .forced pon them. ;It is time if a change c ny particular is desirable, to begin o apply "tha use of force n a good .man or "two.'V to til the vancies. for eaven's sake, sit hard on those per- nnial candidates whose only" policv a grouse. They are no good at all nd to be severely squelched 1 of their regular twice-a-week engage- ments at the Lyceum.- -Several selec-i tlons were played outside, oi them _being new ones. The Lyceum orchestra opening overture -was ex- houid' called forth round of applause.- The motion up to the usual high ,yceum standard, and varied -in tyle from tho interesting LET US HAVE VOTERS' .LISTS The present" system of gathering the list- of voters by means of enumerat- ors, is unsatisfactory aijg sbo'uld be replaced by the voters' list plan. This list Alberta should have pre- pared some time previous to election, so that there could no% be any accus- ations of unfairness or partiality in a Hst during a campaign. The voters' "list could be' along municipal lines and names tail off, could be added at a Court of Re- vision, or in cities, by a registratipn board. Under the piresent system, of course evei-y person entitled to a vote, can vote, whether he is on the cnumerat ors' list or not, but many men whi are left oft, do not Kike to go to booth and swear in their vote. Agai the enumerators cannot be expectec .n Egg" to the tale of self-sacrifice a ''The Two Brothers." Dainty Dor- again "brought- down the house" n her clever song A little ncident, which showed her remark- presence and selfpossession was when the..orchestra made a slip u the music for her clever imperson- ation of Frank' Fairchild's.' "Cowbov ,evi" song, she ran off the stage anc immediately came back with an easy ileasing grace and sang the song in genuine burlesque style. Her skir dance was very good. This little maid is not yet eleven years of age but has been on the stage for sb years and has played nearly all the large cities on this continent Wo nnderstanfl she is engaged agai for her final week here, by th manager of the Lyceum, notwith standing the fact that she has bee urgently requested to appear in least two other places for this sam week. Emerson "VanHorn made their usual hit with thfi banjos and The season of freezing up n apace and unless we want to have he streets, in bum condition all win er, th'c boss ovteht to sec that th ontractors start only such work a .hey can finish; up before "the .freeze- ip. The people of. this town don' vant to go stumbling over humps and dumps, surveying marks and 1 he South Alberta I amber Co. Ltd. Have just received a car of Ex shaw Cream 25c a fc. Pfc TOP BB J. F. A. Young FOR SALE HORSES Heavy and Light ROWERS 4 YOUNG Sak States Wtod St. MAOAU rch of wjI VuiU or j tory or adyaaoad. Coachiag for ezai.ii' prepara MR. ERNEST F: LAVTON, Pupil ol Geo: Wilbey; London, and of Frauk E. Blachford, Toronto, is open for a limited number of Pupils. Also !or Concerts, At Hornet Banquets, etc. Terms on application Phono 2IJ. KAMILTOl ft ar _ ftirveyatt Prices Right Corner Ford PUe22S ro.fczC54 Dainty Lyceum. skirt dancing at 714 tatailki'i 1 NOVEMBER 1 at the HUB CAFE Cream o! Tomatoes Small Tenderloin Broiled. i Plain or Mashed Sliced Tomatoes Hand Dainty Doris the' Lyceum. skirt dancing at 714 HAND STORE 416 ROUND STREET gravel heaps all winter. It is bad enough while the work is going on, is a, hard proposition to go bumping these new fangled pave- ments when, the work has stopped. to get all tho names of "voters on the! "bonos." The work with the bones, list, and naturally, those who are not put on, arc indignant and reason out that they Vft of! because they belonged to the wrong party. ROCKEFELLER'S VOTE 'John D. Rockefeller, by saying that that he was going to vote for Taft, has given Bryan some fine ammuni- tion to use in the last days of the United States Presidential campaign. glasses, bells, bottles, etc., is out of the ordinary. The illustrated songs don't need mention knows thfy are always good. LOOKERS-ON FINED. Vancouver. B.C., Oct. whites were fined each today for looking on at a Chinese gambling game. They wen.- caught in a raid TOM MARKS' HAS FULL HOUSE "In North was; the bill put on last night at Oliver's Hall, to a'hother packed .house. This clever dramatic production showed up to advantage, in entirely new cast, Tom Marks' "all-star" troupe. The play is a good one, has many climaxes and they: were all well met by the various seemed to just fit. The change of the style of play rom the night before showed that he "Marks" are making their marka n the repertoire Tom Marks 'announcements" as usual made a is certainly., funny, originalh so. Tliis afternoon, the troupe ap- pears in matinee in "Buster Brown.' They conclude their engagement to night with a beautiful comedy-dranu in four acts, "Because Site Love> Him So." All along the Democrats have been 'ast night- charging that (he Standard Oil was backing Taft but this eagerness ofi the boss csf Standard Oil to announce j that he is going to cast his ballot for the Republican candidate, hasj been seized upon Hryan and will be used by him and his supporters! for all it is worth to convince the} people that the corporations nrc work ing for a Taft victory. The corpora- tions aro sincerely hated by the com-' mon people of the United States, and j while Roosevelt fought them, or at' least made every nppoa ranee of fight- ing them. Taft has not shown the fighting spirit. If now, in the last days of the campaign, Brynn cnn lead the people to believe Taft is a monopoly ami trust candidate, the.resist of the election will be placed much more in floubt thrm it has been. Emerson and Vanhern in one con tinuous round of pleasure at the Ly ceum tonight. OUR PCINT OF VIEW I TafL will be sorry 1hnt Rockefeller j hip month. If Hiyan ran satisfy the people i that Standard Oil is with Taft, it! may mean the latter's defeat. Thomas Crwnway dirT not live long to serve on the Railway Commission. Remember the Maine chance, and in buying Writing- Pads steer clear of the person who sticks closely to in- accuracy in tbepnirmgof his wares. See our South Window toditj. Raymond Haymond, Oct. 30.-1-Ihvirations ave besn issued and Mrs.. Anderson for .the wedding f-f their jftughter Emmaline to Alphons i llus- sel. The wedding is to ta'cc place ,' evening at the .residence of iha Bride's parents. Miss.Bora Davis on- ertaincd nt a parcel shower for -jtiss Vnderson. last evening, The characters for -East "Lynne vhich will he played at the Raymond Assembly hall Xov. Gth, are as f Al- lows: Lord ilount- Severn, Vance; Archibald Carlyle, Young; Franc Lcvison, Mose John- ilare, Grant Young; Jus- tice Hare, Athos M; Johnson; John Dili, Herbert Craven; Officer, John Clx star Company S Cab Hiring, DrayiAg and Coal Delivery Phone tee Ofim'slU .8. KUr, lUtM. B. C. L COMYBEAfc A JOMU Offlee: Coaybetn .AJU. W. C. SIMMONS BarritUr, Etc Office: Southard Block. AODISOH-li SON LETHBRIDGE. ALTA. Office and Residence Phone 10S B. ROLFSOM ARCHITECT I Whitney Tht Witch's Son, at tht Lyceum to- night. Z7J.3 JAS. A. MACOONALD ARCHITECT MaedonaU Block, Stroot AIU. Lodge W A. F. A. M., Q. R. A. KefuUr meeting the (him of month in UM Maaoiric Hall. F. 0. Block, at 8 p.m. Visiting brethren'will reemTt a hearty wekome. A.C.ME88ER, ._, W. M. BeereUrr. F. O. Kft I! I up all the Real is walked into the, course of the day I shall soon, have a lew lots at a snap. In the meactime notice the snaps in Second hand Goods. They keep my enstomers sniiling. Frank Waddington TELEPHONE 2B1 We have the teams and we're here to do the business of all kinds promptly attended to You will dp well to get our prises before placing your orders elsewhere tiayr Transfer Co. H. Hayr W. PHONE 180 Meets and 3rd Mondays in K. of P Hall at S o'clock. Visiting brethren are cordially invited. S. G. DAVIES, W.P 24-ly T. J. W. S Bunncll; "Lady Isabel, Phyllis Young; Barbara Hare, Bertha Thompson; Aunt (Journey, Dorothy Young; Joyce Eflie Skouson; Tattle William, Ethelyn Young. A number of young people surprised 3Iiss Pern Iledd last Am- ong those present were Vincent Davis Bert Kinsoy, Ernest Nilsson, Willie Amos, f.ce Lynn Davics, Don't miss Emerson VanHorn "in their new act tonight.- and laugh. 71-3 m A certain lady tolrl ns that she was SURPRISED f That she could get such a large variety of goods to choose from, and all the vory best quality, too, our up-to-date Store. This lady is now a regular customer of ours. You might as well deal at the best Store when you can get goods just as cheap and in many instances cheaper than you will have to pay for at other places. The place to buy your groceries and fruit at in Leth- bridge is from The Good Co. THE UP-TO-DATE STORE 9 V MAKES WARM HOUSE WITH NO PLASTER Costs 75 Per fait less Requires no expensive labor YOU Can Put It On Write For Free Sample and instructions for applying, sending of dealer to SOLE AOENTS WINNIPEG, MAN. For sale locally by all lumber dealers J j Dainty in skirt dtncmg at W the Lyceum. Ice and PRAYING Western Transfer Co. LONG BROS.Proprietors Office opposite Balmoral PHO N 63 LETHBRIDGE LOUvt nO. c. B. P. 6'. E: MeeU on the Kcpnd Taeodaj ot esek mouth at 8.15 p.m. E. A. 8HARMAN, E: R. Secretary Chas. Peta Co. Horseshoers and General Blacksmiths EAST or TAYLOR MILLS Work done promptly efficiently Lodge Pride of Alberta, No. 293 tea if tyliri faefit fatt) in the of Httli and tfcird Thvmlay in tke at 8 p.m. Visitiiif cone. Fra4T Bui Othtllo at tht Lyceum tonight. Don't rrmi it. 2714 Is the place to get a good Square Meal. Everything new and clean. Coaldale Block. Short Orders at all Hours No. NORTH-WEST ASSOCIATION Of STATIONARY ENQINEtRS Meet in the Labor ZUU every ne- and and fourth ta month. requiring certtnoatod cb and engineers oat ol eapiot- ment, do well to oommaaieaU with oa. ROBERT NEVIS, Chtel. W. A. DICK60N, SecreUry. Dainty Doris givM public something new tonight. Come etrly. The Oxford Cafe SERVES GOOD MEALS. Has been Remodelled Fresh Oysters, Cigars, Fruit awfr Confectionery JOE FONG Proprietor TIKI MTH Sfetft Orter letweei Nub CARROLL A DOTLE ;