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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 31, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta MOl OF CANADA tbH Exceed in vvnir CjuiMC you are sell- ing the season's crop, or _____________________- getting returns from ,yotir Dairying, Deposit as imich and' as often as you can in the Uuioe Bank of Canada, and make your money earn interest. j'V Then if you need it laler on, you can what you. want witiiout delay or iucotivenieuce. r Interest paid 4 times a year at highest current rate, or upward opens an account. LETHBRIOGE BRANCH: J R. Anderson, California, ret in WM steal matUr in Bwkley. Uifb Berkley; California, from 1W1 to'obtained the Ph. D. Uvgj'w from the University ,o? Cat- ifornia and was the same year ap- philology in. tlw Western iversity, London, Out. cler in the stronfeat terms by rPrincipal' Button, of Uni- versity Toronto, by Pretjr dent' Wheeler, at the University pf by the o! thi departments in both California and Toronto, His thesis for the Ph.D. degree is shortly to bo published by the University of California as anum ber in their series of Classical Phil- ology. PBOF. E. K. BROABUS 1'rof. Edmund Keroper Broadus, who takes ,the chair of English liter- ature, is a man of equally wide aca- demic experience and scholarship. He is an Amerii-aiv by birth, being in Virginia. lie graduated from the George Washington University, Wash- ington, p. in 1807, obtained his j.M.A. degree from the University of Prosidput Ilemy, Marshall'Toi-y is refused promotion in >UcGili ulHvcr' Chicago in 1900 and his Ph.D. from a native of Nova Scotia. Ite was sity to accept the presidency .of the i t r', .T' I V.4XI U J11 educated jn the Guysborough' acad- University of Alberta. .vfter graduating in 1897 he had emy, McGill universitjv L. H. ALEXANDER charge of the English in the Colum- and prof. Luther Herbert Alexander, ,iia university sinnmer school. The Eng. He graduated from McGill -un- who takes the chair of modern Ian- Lcars 3898-19OO were spent in grad- xversity in as gold Tnedalist; in' gUages, is an Ontario man by birth uate work.in the; University pf Chica- mathetuaticsand having held miti a ofihe University of 'go. After -obtaining the 3LA. degree a -mathematical scholarship for two Toronto. lie is a gentleman, of .wide jl.om Chicago he was appointed head years and "haying': obtained first class academic experience and. ripe scholar- Of tnc English department in a'uni- hohons at the close of each year of lie graduated from the univer- versityaffiliated with the University of Chicago. This position he resign- ed to accept the professorship of Eng lish literature in the 'University of South Dakota, which position he re-. to accept a position in How- THIEVERY LAID How to Glottiie ChUdren I ALBERTA UNIVERSITY r Bread Made from best Alberta Flour gives a winte, light oaf, rich in flavor and nut- ritive value. his course.- After graduation he. stu- died in the Cavendish laboratories, Cambridge, Eng. .Intending to enter the ministry ho toot the B, degVee in 1893 from the Wesieyan college, Montreal, but 'retired in two years to enter educational- work, accepting froinrtbe. iate Sir William Dawson au appointment in mathematics and phy- sics in McGill was actively connected with the of 'the courses in the department of physics after the opening .of the Donald Physics building, arid the course of study then and af- terwards published as a text .book ou Practical Physics is- In use'-ii'a GiU university and fiany of the other universities of Can? da. la 1895 he was granted the T JiY.Y degree by- -his alma" mater as th'cTve "suit; on the comparativ measurements _ 'of temperature.' In 1903 he recpiVed ihoD-Sc. degree degree in McG il 1 un iversity J Ifiycn. only to those 'who shall .hay distinguished themselves ,by specij research in the .domaj sity with honors in modern languag-1 es and history. For some years after he was modern language, specialist in the Collegiate institutes of Ontario, forepart of that rtime examiner L chief in French and German he bntario'Noririal course. He received the ard university', where he held the Aus tin fellowship in English. From Har kxMHer Blames New Ftr Downfall Of Bankers Now Yorki Ocl. Rial- portion of the white light district of Broadway which Ix-gins somewhere along Twenty-fourth St., and ends somewhere the other side The question mother asks so often! Dear, patient mother, the question ii solved for you. will go to the leading clp'ihier Tew York College'. PROF. who takes the chair of is also" On- tario man and a graduate of versity of Toronto. "graduated pen forms an introduction Christmas .Carol; which he edited, for the 'same publishers.- v .-g. KMJQIR EDWARDS Mule EdyarxJs is a, native ol Alberta, being the son of Dr. Ed- of itacleod. Prof. Edwards sion, the. organization and develop: ment of the SfcGill University Col- lege of British Columbia at ver, being carried out by him. distinguished university career ing his freshman year he held .tlie George Brown scholarship. In classics during- the third year he'-again: held the George Brown the final examinations he was awarded the HcCaul gold medal ;.for highest standing in classics. After graduating at Toronto., Prof. Alexander receivcvl an appointment in connection with the University of you ever THE BOSTON UJNCH For a meal served on thfc shortest notice. Lunches Put Up For Outing 'Parties The Itetoii ttwli NEXT ID ARLINGTON HOTEL BAKOKESS ROAD From the dazzle and glare and the temptations of Broadway, Mr. Moxey declared, inspiration was drawn for imitators the country o'er. Gay Life Cause of It AM. Mr. business is to flit about the country and peer unexpectedly over shoulders of cahhu'rs of na- tional banks here and there to -find out if their cash balances are all right. Mr. Mo'x'ey recently found about thirty of these centlemen with cash balances, alt wrong, and put them in the penitentiary. "You mean the New he was asked when he had said New York was the cause of it.all. "I mean the New he answered quietly. "I mean the gorgeous hotels.and the bars, gambling houses, the myriad of theatres, palatial apart- ment houses, turning night into day. I. mean-the .flood of money in New .York upon which this life is borne the craving for vast incomes )y which alone such a life can be ived. Revel on Others' Money. "To say that even a. bare majority of the tens of thousa'nds of men who nightly 'swell the crowd of amuse- ment crazed' who live iii apartments and whose touring cars congest the streets, are doing this with money which ia honeatly theirs, is absurd. They are not earn- have described with so much relish. How the Tempted Ons Falls. "Perhaps, he himself, it isn't the customer's money at all. Why, then, shouldn't he manipulate it for his own gain? Why isn't it any- body's to play who can get his hands on it? The life he has seen and the methods he has learned are destroying his sense of property. "He is somehow getting it into his head that this money placed in his keeping ia a sort of common proper ty, and that as long as he can keep his books looking technically right he may juggle with it for the benefit o his own personal pocket. He comes to believe, striously, that thi is so." GERMAN BACHELORS BE TAXED ARE TO Women ing this money; they are either jog- gling "other 'people's cash or they ai'e gambling with their you can go into a restaur- ant at- 2 o'clock' in the morning aud behold worth of women gowns at the.tables and worth of food of something wrong. And when you with honors ir( classics after a yco'- graduated .from McGill university. in mining engineering in..1901, being, tho gold medalist of his year. In 1902 he graduated in chjil. engineering, tak- ing the gold iuedal. in that depart- ment "of study also As the result of a" year's graduate work he was grant-. the degree o? master 6t science from the' same institution. In 1903 he was appointed a lectur- er in mathematics and municipal en- gineering in ifcG ill'and in 1906 was promoted to the position of assistant professor of civil engineering au-i lic- turcr in mathematics.'' Since 1901 he las fxien the chief assistant of Prof. ilacLeod in connection with the Uni: >rersity Survey School having for the last two years been in charge of one THEATRE Emerson VonHorn In an entire Act tonight DAINTY DORRIS In an entire Act tonight Pictures Two Brothers How Popular Songs came to their end Story'of an Egg Country Life Drama DAINTV DORRIS Adults 25c Children 15c Tlie 10-year-old Wonderful Impersonator who capturing the hearts of tkc Ly counts patrons Entire chaace of ilU K WlttE i UTNW VTHMM IT 2.1 M Suggestions Regarded as a Joke, Lik ly to Become Law Berlin, Oct, are be taxed if the bill which the govern- ment proposes to_ introduce at the forthcoming session of the Diet bc- law. The bill ia the direct outcome of a suggestion made sometime ago by the Kaiser, who in a speech referred to the deaisrabiliay of imposing a tax on bachelors. At the time-the suggestion was regarded as a joke. The manner in -which the govern- ment proposes to tax. bachelors.is to modify the" income tax in favor of married men with children, which will difft're.fitiate taxation in such a way as to impose a .greater burden on bachelors and also on married men without children than on the heads of families. fas perfectly because each garment is made to fit an individual type of figure. After it is finished and goes to the laundry for its final washing, etch garment is tested on models ranging from 22 to 50 inch bust measure- ment. Thus the size if determined accurately. And the size as marked is exact, and stays ip, because Stanfield's Under- wear cant' shrink nor stretch. Your dealer will likely have ;tl and weights. Jf not, he get them for you. 3 snuffnus UMTTO Prof. will be responsible for the same class of work in the Al berta "University that he has _been doing at McGill for some years. In addition to the academic sid Prof. Edwai-ds has had a varied ex- perience practical engineering work some -of which has been in connection with .Western Canada. In the sum- mer of 1897 he was a member of a survey party working north of JCd- mpnton and Prince Alberta and in 1898 was assistant to Mr. Childs, the Interior Department of the N.W. T. During part of the year 1901 he Vv-orked in. the AlIIs Chalmers .Bullock Ccl's shop in Chicago on a scholar- ship awarded through the university of that firm; D-iring part of 1903 he was under Mr. C. J3. Smith, C.E., in connection "with the Niagara 1'ower DRAMATIC SCENt: ALTAR Presents Baby Just After He is United. in Mas- sachusetts Church. Fail River, Mass'.', Oct. the climax in a drama was this revenge of a discarded wbnian at tha-weddtng of her suitor and Tfcr rival here to- day. The marriage of Charles J. Rea- gan, banker, and Miss ,Mary" Chadwick was the social event of Qie season. The cliurch "was filled with friends. After -the" ceremony, tho bride and members of the wedding party started down the aisle as 'tho Wedding March was played. A ly veiled woman, clad in black arose, picked up a 4-year-old and heW him out to Mr. Reagan. ".Stop, Charles she cried. gasped rjttea- "Yes, it's answered the woman. "Here he is. Here is your observe worth of automobiles waitihg'to take tins "one 'supper to their may be sure thereus queer bookkeep- ing somewhere." All Copy from New York. "It is hot only "this sort of .life in Xew .York, but in a more sinister way the. sight and example of it which anT bringing about" a degradation sense of common honesty throughout the country. That the Americ.in: ns-; the 'New England has become, nn object of jest. as I said, New York is .to blant.v. "As New York lives so all wisk to; live. Today "in towns as small as population there are springing up all-night grill rooms and Hunger-; ian orchestras, wherein the business men of these must foregather it they are to he in the social swim with their local smart set. "The young banker and business man of the smaller community conios" to New York. He is taken in hand by his business acquaintances here. ly bring' about an extension of the present system. The Income tax law of 1891 pro- vides that ,those paying taxes on in- comes not exceeding are entitled to deduct for every child. The Supplementary- act passed' extends this hi favor of those paying on incomes :not exceeding The new bill proposes that all those paying income tax on incomes not two thousand, dollars shall b'g entitled to deduct twenty dollars for every child. r in favor of marrjed. men with children already exists in ENGLISH Ottawa, Oct. EDITOR. 'M.- Hearst, the London mist, who is making a.tour .of. Can- ada, spent the.day ing for Toronto in" the evening. ;He will deliver an address before the Ot- tawa Canadian Club a week from.Satr Prussia so that the new law will mere- urday. I've taken care of him for four years, and shown about town. His hos'.3 Now you must take and spend money on a scale which d'U-. your wife." The woman turned and walked out. The Vide and friends wert age to share in this prodigality, aisd zles him. how his friends sn-ui- horror stricken. Reagan stood alonc- in the church aisle holding in his arms the baby who, was crying for his mother. When the bride revived she return- ed to Jur home alone. Mr. Reagan left town this to make known his destination. He took the child with him. bit by bit he finds out. They tc-11 him funny stories of whicb, reduced to a proper financial analysis, are defalcations pure simple, or at best plain gaml'llng, does they say; 'it's a part of the and back "to his home town goos the young banker filled with dreams.of sudden wnsiith THE WoodhBll-D avidson Co. Ltd. SHEET METAL (MRACTOIS, Are now located in the new Bowman Black, Crabb Street And are prepared to give prompt and careful attention to all orders inquiries regarding Sktf Metal brakes, Styiftts, Tirepretf Vdal CeHop, Sknfles, Irn, Eave Sheet I etc. Geicral Ajepls Pease kwmj ud Vtdtr Furnaces aW Refisters Contractors are invited to investigate our Prices and Stock Phone 142 T-O. Box 627 Company's while the summer of 190-1: was spent in Philadelphia, in- vestigating the sewerage and filtra- tion of that citj'. Since that time Prof. Edwards has had some practical problems of engineering' on his hands every summer, the present summer .having been spent in connec- tion with the extension of the water- works of the city of Ottawa. I'rof. Edwards is a first class ath- lete and has aiways taken a deep in- terest in athletics, in both the uni- J versity and the country at large. HU'j assistance in connection with the or- ganization of student activities in the university will be invaluable. PROTEST FAILED. Ottawa, Oct, protest of Louis Cousineau, the Nationalist can- didate for the Quebec Legislature in Ottawa county, against F. A. Gcnd- ron, fallen to the ground because counsel for Cousineau failed to file his bill of particulars within the specified time. OR. C. C. CRAGG and Surfwn. Phone Office House M. Office to 11 a.m., tc 7 to 8 p m LETHBRIDGE BIB mm STORE Over worth of Jewelry m stock tKU month GET OUR MUCES FOR DIAMOND RINGS, EARRINGS, LOCKETS BROOCHES, SCARF PINS, STUDS LINKS, Etc. R. A. Wright The Jeweler The Alberta Railway and Irrigation Companj Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THE MARKET lota ferth rt tfc Bailnri art West if ItstoBto U. FROM Also a few Acre Lots East of Westminster Road, each TT A OV One-third cash, one-third 6 1 1 months, balance 12 raonthi. Interest per as ;