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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 15, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1909 THE HERALP Daily Herald Established 1607 Published bv the Daily Herald Print- ing CO.. Ltd.. every lawful evening it to office, Round St., Lethbridge, Canada. A W. A. BUCHANAN Managing Director and Editor Subscription Rates Daily, one year, delivered Daily, six months, delivered Daily 't-hree months, delivered Daily, one month, delivered Daily, one year, by man Daily, six mouths, by mail Daily, three months, by mail Addresses changed as often as sired, but .both new and old dresses mast be given. WEEKLY Published every Wednesday iu eight pages, and contains a summary o fh s world's news of tbe week, local breathing spot for that rapidly grow- ing section of the city. ..r _. i Houston. Texas, has liad tlie com- umsion fo-n ol jjovrcmKnt for hnr ana m that time the commis- sion has paid off floating debt invested oearly in pub- lic service improvements out of cur- rent-revenue, and has created a sink- ins fund for the bonded debt of i'ooo. LOO .35 3.00 1.75 .85 de- ad- and foreign One year, in Six months, in advance Three months, in advance........ou THE DAILY HERALD on sale at" the following places: IP Vil Sase, J- fc Co. J. D. Higinootham U> J. Johnston. p won't have to take a census this year. The churches will look after the task and will make a thorough canvas ..every.. home. Here's a guess that the population will be nearer ten than nine thou- sand. Henderson's directory just out fixes the population at over nine Witch 'Lethbrjldiae: keep growing. r Side Every now and theii a'sily jingle is started in some newspaper and goes the rounds of the press, with addi- tion? from every paper that publishes The latest to go theX rounds is J JonnStOn. Q ll. -me juttest Macleod-Young Co.. R. W. Ham- from thg fadje pontof Olivpr Her- Elevator At Woolf ord Ready Cardston, September Ruo, of Devil's Lake, North Dakota, is Qicre looking over has. ranch. He purchased the property formerly own- ed by Mr. Peter Allen at Caldwell. He likes this part of. Alberta very well. Mr. LaRiw leaves this week for home in his autouiobilo. Mrs. Rhoda Wooli, who has been at'MagratJli for the''past week visit- ing friends, returned home on Sat- urday. Andrew Hudson took a carload of stock from .Cardston shipping to Craik. Sask., on' Saturday. The Non-is Elevator at Wooliord is now completed. The carpenters will at, once to Monarch wliere they haw another '.to erect at once. Kariy Sunday morning, at Moun- tainvifw, Hhe two year old child of Mrs. -Rubbra, died.: The child was _ sick but a few days. -The funtxal service Will be held .this afternoon at 2. The sympatliy conummi- ty goes out to Mrs. Kuhbra who was left- n widow but two years ago. Car of Five Roses Flour 4 I J On Track To-day r> Pincher Creek-E. J. Mitchell, D. L. McCrea. Bros. Cardston-Alberta Drug 4 Book Co. J. Stafford Grassy -Lake-Dr. Tugham. Bow Island-A. F. Werts. THE G. T. P. A CREDIT The Grand Trunk Pacific is not running a regular daily passen- service "but its roadbed is declar- S" by travellers to be superior to the roadbeds of railroads in existence for ford-. It and .SOUK- of those which followed it are here given: My sense of sisht is very keen, My sense of hearing weak, One time I saw a mountain pass, But could not hear its peak. Herford Why. Ollie. that you failed in this Is not so very queer, To hear ..its peak you should, you know, Have had a mountaineer. Boston Transcript But if i saw a mountain pass, eye I'd never drop; I d keep it turned upon the height. Ihe Bentley CD. LtLf Whdesaie and Retail NODE 35 immm AMATEUR PHOTOGRAPHERS The quality your photos depends on the film used ENSIGN FIJLMS give good results every time. Thorough- and tried. Try one and you won't want any other' We sell them af The PEOPLE'S DRUG STORE NORTH WARD W.P.J. ALEXANDER, Prescription Specialist. Phone 445 Night Bell Graduate Druggist and Optician. CARDS CANNON HAD TO STOP SHOOTING (Special to the Herald.) Grassy Lake, Sept. gentle- man who was shooting people with a t'u cannon camera and selling pic- ture buttons was tried here today before P. Carruthers, J: P. and fined five 'dollars for not having a license. NERO" Mr. F--A. Mackenzie, of the London Daily Mail paid a high iribute to the G, f. P., over -which he travelled from Winnipeg "I never Travelled ,over a new road built under similar conditions in any country was in such excellent shape while nnt yet open ior traffic. At one place where I timed the speed j I found, that we were running at the rate of fifty miles an hour. It is southing wonderful to think of this in. connection with a road not yet open to regular traffic." The G. T. P. is certainly going to be- a credit to Canada. And see the nwuntain's top. Public .Ledger. The mountain, peaked at this. Frowned 'dark while Ollie guyed; A cloud'overspread its lofty brow. And then the mountain side Glenwoocl Ward of the Alber- ta was organized yesterday. Vincent I. was sus- tained ;i? the Bishop while vMessrs. J. M. Biflingsly and Edward Leavitt were -installed as counsellors Mr. Orrin Shippley was voted in as ward clfrk. Tliis corps of officer? should certainly do well in the new Ward. Mr. John Bird, the genia'l keeper at will soon leave for a brief visit to the Term Applied by Mexican to Presi-j dent Diaz of Mexico Toronto, Ont., Sept. Globe" has received from C. Deior- j naroi Mexican Liberal, resident in j York; a copy of an open letter j by him to President Taft, j urging him not to give countenance to the administration of President j Diaz by paying him a visit on the, bridge over the Rio Grande separat- ing the two countries -as proposed. JOHN GEDDES GRAIN COMMISSION MERCHANT Offices: Winnipeg and Leth- bridge. Lethbridge Office: 307 Crabb street; Phone 455. G. DeC. O'GRADY, Jr. Agent. The Standard Garage t Cars Washed, Pol- ished, Stored and J Repaired. f Open Day and Night DR. W, S. ClALBRAim________ Surgeon, Accoucfaer. 9 a.m., 3-3; 7.8 p.m. Office 914 Ecu path 8t. Phone 63. DOCTORS MEWBURN AND DEANI Street. a.m., 8.3. 7-8. DR. A. McN Stafford Block. Residence cor. Bompas and Phone Office 277; resident h. J. ,E. LOVERlNG-physictmi Surgeon, Accoucner, Block. 9 a.m.. n lc. i 3 to 5, 7 to 8 Thone. day' night, 342. Country. It--has been over twenty- j genoT Deforbaro declares that" Diaz years smci.- llr. Bird left the old i j- Sod and he wants to see the tln-r Land and many relatives and friends there. Tile convention of the Y. L. and was a complete success. The officers' meetings were well at- tended. The evening session was The visiting- members of t the general board spoke at, the clcs- j ing cession ol the convention. The music xvas extra eood. WHAT SHOULD A CHRISTIAN DC? (Orillia Packet) "Oan a man be a Christian andj keep a is a question j in Mexico -what Abdul Ha- was to Turkey. On his whits head rests for the sacre of over Mexican Chris- j tians. He therefore protests against such a visit between "The deeply j trusted and patriotic President of the j United States, and the treacherous and bloody-handed Tsero of Mexico." j Bryan Block Phane 425 Storage rfisply: The SOOTBERH HBERTft lOP UD INVESTMENT COi CITY AND DISTRICT Burgtnan, of SElyerton, Out-. Keep u i propounded to the Packet. We a week- or so with Ins POSTAL SERVJCE NEEDS Business men should help them- selves and the. settlers of tbe new towns and new settlements. Leth- bridge wholesale houses are already doing business as far east as Medi- cine Hat and all the towns between. Several lumber 'companies with head jDffjces in Lethbridge have branch yards in these tnwns. The implement men with an Lethbridge even go east beyond Medicine Hat. "The business is increasing all along the line yet the postal service is be- hind the times and mail from Leth- bridge has to go east to Medicine 'Hat where it stops in the mail car on the west bound train is so heavy that frequently as many as five mail clerks are needed to sort the mail. Why not use some of the money paid for this extra work to have mail