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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 8, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta My U to rumor DM LA A that Bordwi will carry Dominion by a majority of three. TW are evidently not vary hopeful. AT CLARESBOLM ALT TUIIOAV, I ft I, I Organized labor is strong in Leth- bridge. The turnout yesterday prov- ed that. Side A RAILWAY POLICY THE MEANEST MAN AGAIN Topeka Capital The Herald hog discovered' tW Meanest Man in Sabetha. The cats disturbed his slumbers aud to fot rid Clareshol, Sept. VUU a yield of 48 busbelBjier Ote 44, T. T. Mosely 35, C. S.'-Noble aud J. 'J'. Bell These are only a few of the big of wheat iu the immediate vicinity ot ClareahoUn. None of these men live over five or six miles from town. of others iu the iuuuedtaU vicinity have over 30 bushels pec acre. These are not yields on small patches but consist of fields of from 80 to 320 acres. Buffalo Bran Portland Alberta, has BO greater r.ted at the offered a reward of fifty present time than railroad cornpeti- cents for every cat scalp. A boy de- stroyed nine of his sleep disturbers tion. aad railroad development. Apart from the building of trantf ontiuejital of the dian Northern ami Grand Trunk that each cat has uvcs, j of the-tace are put on Hayes cific the construction of railroads is the nuie scalps might all have the sensations and ex- land brought the scalps 10 the man I for the reward. He was paid but fif- I ty cents, however, as the man ON THE STAGC New York, Sept. 3. Hayes, the winner pi the Marathon race at the Olympic games, signed a contract yesterday to appear iu vaudeville in the Keith Proctor theatres. Hayes will appear in a short monologue, dressed in the running suit he wore in the Marathon race. As motion nearest railroad point, want a railroad; they at.practically .a'standstill in this pro from the same cat., Settlers arc taking up land fifty aad more .miles away from the THE railroad. They are raising grain in large quantities but in Order to get it to market they have to make a long haul to the SOUTH These people have proved that the land upon which they have settled is productive and they kaQw that once the .railroad taps their dis- trict, that population will flow in and towns and villages will come into t tstencc. But the railroad doesn't come because the policy of the rail- roads once they build thuir main lines is to wait until the.country is fill-xl up beloru they build their branch lines. They do not believe iu leading (1'orouto News.) There arc still some people who think that Canada has nothing really big-and Unit all the boiTftuza farms were in the Dakotas. Here is the periences of the day of the run. Taber Taber, Sept. programme as previously outlined 'Mr the enter- tainment of the visiting land buyers from the United States today was a fcftd Plaster Wood Fibre Tk tatty CUtt. u4 bMI ii IfTIWtt Wttch tbe Bokril at Bulletin THE estimated yield of the part of j After their extend- the sugar beet factorjr rariu at Ray- uond. Alberta: Oats, bushels; arley, bushels; and wheat 000 bushels; bushels. ed trip today in sight seeing; all were enthusiastic iu their praise for the advantages laid bare to the agri- culturalist. They- were convinced NEXT WEEK You will Sad us in the new part of HOY'S LIQUOR STORE Giving the same That crop will fill two long trains of ouy-TOjiSf lis a genfcraV rule, are wenty- eight cars each and it comes rfch roin a part of the country where no! that Well, I there are yrools that they! one thought, a few years ago ereals would ever be grown.. the people into the promised land rather they want to be led aud those who have had experience, aay a road, is -as hard to lead us a broncho unless therev is a sack, of oats to tempt it. Railroad development, confined t one road only is not in the interes of the province. We wont competi tion. Let'Us encourage other roads to come into this country. If or in stance the C.N.H. and G.T.P. oil Great Northern have chart.rrs io luaes in this district. Nothing woul build up this district more rapidly than] the presence of a competitor to the C.P.R. of- either one roads. Is there any way to get them ia. here sooner than they ylaa? Alberta government Some months agoia ol the Calgary preas were for tha icy of guaranteeing the bumls oi tiu? C.N.K. but the plan they advocated was selfish; they aimed to get anoth- er railroad into Calgaiy, tvst of x the province be "blowed." The only policy the Alberta govermr.mx can pursue is to encouriyi milr- ad de- velopment through the fj.iirc pi'O- Tince. Open up the codnVry. give aH the outlying districts railroad con- nection and provide '-for Calgary, but f-ir c''.-ry important distributing point in Alberta. The Alberta government must take up this matter without delay. Thece are three plans open to it, first, go- vernment construction and operation of railroads, (2) government guaran- tee of bonds, with control of freight und psLsscnger rates, (3) direct gov- ernment guarantee. Government ownership is preferable but it is questionable if the province would be warranted, at the present stage ib its history of assuming such a responsibility. To us it seems that the second proposition would be the safest and best. Guarantee the bonds of the railroad that will undertake the opening of new lines, throughout the province, provided that road wil afford competition, and in return for this assistance on the part of thp province, the freight and passonge rates to be under the control of th provinco. The competition jxlor.e wil were wronp. For the menu for each meal. Wouldn't our menu suit you? I Tfec CnUale taturiit Is the place to get a good Square Meal. Everything new and clean. ttmta tetisrtit s W Ittri CoaWale Block. Short Orders at all Hours i Good Residence Lots Ou Westminster Road andCourtlaiid Street for each down and bal- ance in one and two years at 8 per cent A Limited Number Only TteC.I, toimaR Ipq tet Iffte Itet r ROrCSSlONAL CARDS DR. W, 5. QALBRAITH Physician, Surgeon, Accciscftcr Office 914 Redpath St. 'Phone M 9 a.m., 2-3 7-8 p.m. NURSING I MRS. C. R. GREY nurse open for engagements, "au bd found at Mrs. W. 0. Button's. Si. MAuAM NORMAN (Orchestral Teacher of pianoforte, organ, voice production, Visits or receivea pupils, tory or advanced. Coaching for exams. Howard Crabb Street. anc prepara HAMILTON YOUNG Eng'neert and Room Block. nd deep and contain an abund- ance of plant food. Also that the main efforts forth by the farm- ers of the province are directed to- the accumulating and storing j of plant foods. One man declared [that the beautiful showing.of grain The following is reported to have !jn the fields had convinced him that been found on the door of a deserted! fa her had developed into real scieu- cabin in the heart of Nebraska: "Fore j tjgc agriculturalists. Said he: "Those miles frum a naber; sixteen miles Wjj0 advance with the times frura a post oflice; twenty-five miles keep on 'scratching the ground from a raleroad; forty-seven miles with a'hoe' not caring how or when t'ruin a church; three miles frum wa-- be lf-ft far behind, not only in ter; "God bless our home." AYe're, knowiedge and success, but also fi- gone to Southern Alberta to get a nancially. TheyMi'Ould rather get away from our rural affairs into the t busy rustle of our .crowded cities, and leave green meadows, the waving grain, singing birds and fresh air, F. GERMAN, The Shoeman J fresh start." Claresholm Claresholm, Sept. With the glo- rious weather continuing it looks as far behind." Among those whose names could be secured, are: Coal, Ice PRAYING i Western Transfer Go. LONG BROS.Prpprietore Office opposite Balmoral PHONE L. M. JOHNSTONE Barrister and Solicitor Office adjoining Union J. F. Eodgers Jos. A. Young FOR SALE HORSES Heavy and Light, RODGERS i YOUNG Sale Stables Wood St. Good lots closf fii, also modern house in good location. Wterta laity I Hick Uttbridjt I K.C., D.C.L., _ B. Morton' Jonas, B. C. L CONYBEARE JONES Barristers, Solicitors, Etc. Office: Conybeare Block. Lethbridgt, Alta. W. C. SIMMONS Advocate, Etc. Office: Southard Block. R. G. ADD I SON Successor To B. C. MOORE Fune.Dl Director and to Presbyterian Ofiuica Office Phoae 102. Residence 138. Bank, 33-lTr if the year 1908 would pass off with- j Minncsota_H. Dyer_and wife; C. A out a hitch as far ns farming wea- j gargent and wife; W. M. Delias and ther is concerned. The elevators are] wife; G. R. Whiting, H. H. Kiffmey- kept busy all day long just now. The Anton Olson, R. S. Russell. best yield reported so far is that of I Henry Viste with 48 bushels to the doubt that acre. There can be no there will be a considerable boom in farm lands in this district ere long and of course prices have remained practically stationary ior the past year. This week Mr. I. Gulliford sold his farm west of the town and about four miles oft at a price of )er acre. Percy Hotchkiss, son of C. 5. Hotchkiss, J.P., and Horace Miller, son of J. F. Stiller of the Union Bank, having completed their course at the school here, have now gone to finish their studies at Alberta Col- lege, Edmonton. Rodney Herman, late of the Clares- holm Realty Co., which business was lately sold to James and Bernard has now left here for his home in Kansas. The wheat prices here show as fol- Northern 76, 2 Northern 73, 1, 2 and 3 Red, each 73, 70. and 65 cents respectively. E. Johnson, F. F. Christ- enson, Ed. Schliske, Frank Abel, G. A. Duncombe, G. G. Chadwick, W. J. Gansz, -Jno. M. Roethler, A. H. Grandall, A. A. Keyper, S. B. Key- per, H. J. Dackseu, A.A. Daniels, C. R.. Waddell, C. J. S. Hall, David Schwauk, F. M. Knox, C. A. Harrington, J. Faldmare, F. Fellman, Ed. Carlson. Mayor Cousins of Medicine Hat, on his return from Lethbriclge spent a few hours in town today sight see- ing and renewing old acquaintances. Be left for the Hat on the east- bound local. Joseph Green, a timberman, en- gaged in one of the entrances of the Canada West Co.'s Mine yes- terday miraculously escaped serious injury and probably his lifeJ The un- fortunate man was in a stooping po- sition, when a rock as large as one man could handle fell from the roof of the mine a distance of seven feet striking him in the back near the right side. He was rescued front his Calgary News: It depends on the Alberta Railway and Irrigation as to the objective point of the next 'excursion "of the Hundred Thousand Club. Secretary-Webster is in com- munication with them, and if suitable terms are offered Cardston will ba visited. If not the excursion will not leave the C.P.R. lines. Ring Up 108 When you want DRAYING Done promptly and satisfactorily JOHN BRODIE R. S.- Standerwick" has a "position in the warerooms of the Northwest Jobbing and Commission Co., Free Press. OF CANADA The Scottish farmers, now visiting Canada, are expected to visit this district shortly. Frank McCoy has been remitted to the High Court at Macleod on a perilous position by other workmen. The mine physician was promptly at his side, and attended his injuries. Save a few severe and painful bruises caused by the falling stone, he was Essentially A Farmers'Bank With 138 Branches in in the West the Union Bank has exceptional facilities for handling the business of Farmers, Cattlemen, Grain Dealers and Retail Merchants, as well as of Manufacturers and Wholesale Houses whose dealings extend throughout the country. Negotiable paper handled on the most favorable terms. Interest paid quarterly on Savings Accounts. ETHBR1DGE BRANCH: J. R. Anderson, Manajer. Real Estate I Bargains-4 Lots on Smith St.... Block Lots west of "Westmin- ster, 1_4 mile from school. These "lots are high and dry and in a beautiful lo- cation, 49 on Torrance Ave- nue. The last unsold in this' street, one-acre Lots east side iP-2 "Lots in Wallwork Addition, facing railroad track, -close to El- lison. Mill, 700 yds. from school G-3 Lots (150 ft. fac- ing Westminster, 300 yds. south of school, each ALL THE ABOVE ON EASY TERMS J F- 8. ROLFSON ARCHITECT Room 9 Whitney Block. JAS. A. MACDONALD ARCHITECT _ Southard Block, Redpath Strut LethbrJdje, Alta. w THE MISSES BROOK Fashionable Children's: Clothes and Plain Sewing 41 Argyle Avenue WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN TE M PE RANGE UNION ileet in- Methodist Wesley Church everj- third Friday in the "month at 3.30 p. m. Visitors always welcome. MKS. A. E. HUMPHRIES, Pro. MRS. CHAS. McCLENAGHAN, Secretarj T. E. Patteson Room 7, Oliver Block ICE CREAM Soft Drieks Fruit acd Confectionery BUDD" REED Successor to G. W. H. Phone 211 Lethbridge Lodge 139) A. F. A. M., G. R. A. Regular meeting night, the thirn Thursday qf each month in the Masonic Hall, P. 0. Block, at 8 p.m. Visiting, brethren will always" receive a hearty welcome. A.C.MESSER, G.V.SXORKEY, W- Secretary, P. O. Box ti37 1st into two butchtr shops. There has bring down the rates on existin also been this week a. case of attempt roads and the government supervision ot rates on the assisted lines, will necessitate the competing roads meet- ing the rates if they want to retaiil their business. A ..progressive railroad policy should be framed by the government without delay and while we feel that Premier Rutherford and his ministers could be depended upon to look well after the people's interests as they have done since they took charge of the reins of power, we xvould rr-commeml to their consideration the plan of secur- ing control of freight and passenger ratios, in .return for whatever assist- ance, the railroads may he charge of breaking into Tesky ami otherwise not seriously injured. He Robertson's hardware store and ulso! will bo out again in a fcnv days. Supt. James L. Lawrence of P. R. and whose residence is in Seine Hat, was in Taber today. The car of pressed brick'to be used for the veneering of the front of the Palace, Hotel, has just been shipped! from Calgary. OUR POINT OF VIEW ed hold-up, so that the town is suf- fering from the presence of too iminy hoboes. Mrs. ilostad, wife of S. A. Mostad, is seriously ill with typhoid fever. R. A. Fisher, late of here, and noxv of Michel, is here for a few days. Much lumber is being sold just now to the farmers thus showing how cash is beginning to circulate. Al Vance, who has lately been train ing trotters 'on the Ixthbridge track, is now assisting IT. P. Bell at thu Queen's Hotel. He brought along Chick McGregor with him. Mr. Hood is building a fine two storey house south of the Police barracks. Mrs. McCarthy who has been teach- ing music here for some months, loft Liquid Veneer Meets and M o n d aya in K. of P Hall at S o'clock. Visiting brethren are cordially invited. S. G. DAVIES, W.P T. J. TvHITE, W. S 24-1 y Canadian Order ot Foresters Murders seem to otcur with clock- like regularity in the United States and in almost every instance there is a "woman in the caso." The Medicine Hat Times is so wra- thy over the Ames scandals, that one wonders why it neglects to expose that awful Robbins Irrigation deal, about which it should be familiar. Dr. Giles, of ITaKburton, has been named as N the Liberal opponent of Col. Sam Hughes. Sam is a hnrd man to beat. He is not an nhle man but he knows how to "jolly" the electors along ar.d he gets votes. Rumor says Isaac Campbell, K.C. will be the Liberal candidate in Win- on Friday for Calgary to take up a situation there. A Great Opening up of goods for the young ones Teddy Bears, all sizes Money Banks, Tool Boxes, Toy Brooms, Carpet Sweepers, Blocks, Pistols. Sad Irons, Marbles and Alleys, etc., etc. Come and see them I, SKf BUY YOUR Tomatoes From the Grower RIPE TOMATOES 20 Ib. crate GREEN TOMATQPS 3 l-2c per ft. f.o.b. C res ton J. STAGE SMITH CRESTON, B.C. Fifty Dollars for Fifty Cents Dear Is Bottle of Liquid Veneer worth Fifty poiiars Well jnst try'the goods, observe the resnlts and decide the question for yourself. If your piano has a blue, smoky look, and if Liquid Veneer instantly and permanently removes it. thus saving the great expense of sending the instrument to the factory for refiuishing if yoar furniture, woodwork, picture frames, chandeliers, gas fixtures and brass bedsteads can all be made to look like new by simply wiping the surfaces with a cloth moistened in Liquid Veneer, thus saving the tremendous expanse of refioishinp; everything, as well as the annoying presence of varnishers and the nuisance of brushes, paint pots, sticky surfaces and varnish smells, all without the loss of the use of your rooms for a moment, don't you think that a 50c bottle will really do you more than worth of pood? That is exactly what a 50o bottle of Liquid Veneer will do. Just give it a trial and satisfy yourself. We know that if yon use it as directed yon are sure to be delighted, with the results. Yours very truly, BUFFALO SPECIALTY COMPANY TO YOUR HEALTH you drink every lime you drink a bottU; of Alb-rta Pride Beer bottled by us. We bottle only the best, vhether it is beer, mineral waters, inger ale, sarsaparilla, kola kola. ronbrew. sic. Our soft. drinks are ill healthful. well as the pure .and delicious bottled bec-r, by us. LETHBR1DGE BREWING MALTING COMPANY, Ltd C. ail Lethbridge Court Lrtttridgf No. 262 Meets h, K. of P Hall last Thursday of monllm- Visiting Brethren Welcome J. F. ROGERS, C.R A. NEIDIG, JF.S. LETHBRIDGE LOUut NO. 36 C. B. P. O. E. Meets on the second Tuesday of each month at 8.15 p.m. E. A. SEAKMAN. E. R. M-. PRIEST. Secretary. First-class Cafe IUER ioui mm 'm Short Order Between Meals CARROLL DOYLE Lodge Pride of Alberta, No. 293. Sons of England Benefit Society in Knigl.ts of Pjthia0 Hall firnt ami third Tlmradny in the month fit 8 p.m. ViKirtag nSvr.iys come. Walter T. Robins, W. I'rcsidont. Boi 57. The JHabit of Adver- tising the Herald Bespeaks Progression Lethbridge Lodge No. NORTH-WEST ASSOCIATION OF STATIONARY ENGINEERS Meet in the Labor Hall eec- and and fourth Mondays in tha month. Employers requiring certificated eu- gineers, and engineers out of employ- ment, would do well iu communioate with us. ROBERT NEVTN, duet W. A. DIOKSON, Secretary. ;