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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 17, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE HERALD. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, IIOl. Daily Herald Established December, IM7 Vublnhed by the Daily Herald Print- Co., Ltd., every lawful evening it ttc office, Bound St., Lethbridge, Aibena, Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN Director 'and Editor 2.00 1.00 .35 3.00 1.75 .85 de- Subscription one year, delivered Daily, six months, delivered Daily, three months, delivered one month, deliverf-d Daily, one year, i by mail-.. Daily, six month's, by mail Daily, three months, by mail addresses changed as often as but both" new and old ad- dreaset -must be given. WEEKLY Published every Wednesday in eight pages, and contains a summary of the world's news of the week, local .and foreign. One year, in advance Six, months, in advance months. in advance W "THE DAILY HERALD IB on sale at the following places: Lethbridie-K. Sage, J. G. Robertson A Co., J. D. Higinbotham Co., J. !L Johnston. Young 4 Co., R. W. Ham- Pi'adtti E. J. Mitchell, D. L. McCrea. Westkke Bros. AiKerta Drug A Book Co. Master J. Stafford. Fft'rnia, -B. C.-N. K. Suddaby. Cranbrook, B.C.-Beattie Atchison. 0. L. Eeinecke. Tugham. Sow A. F. Werts. BABY SHOW JUDGING Sir' James P. -Whitney is certain of long life as Premier of Ontario if all his' colleagues -are as canny as his Provincial Treasurpr Col. Mathescn. We are told that on legislative ex- cursion -to New Ontario recently, Dr. Porbes Godfrey, Conservative M. P- P: for West York collaborating with Mr. Duncan C.'Koss, Liberal M. P. P. for West Middlesex, lent a touch of Iranian, interest to the occasion by se- curing from the legislative colleacrues a subscription fund of to be the -finest baby at the 'Englehart' fair, qualifying: offer -witt condition that Hon. Col. b'acheldr of the GaVnet, should "be the judge. The gallant Colonel has a full share of Scottish discretion. He gravely in- spected the dozen babies produced, and announced a division of the prizs money into twelve equal parts, the extra silver dollar to" to _ two year old tEuglehart Woolings. by reason of name and the occasion. There is a-politician a mighty wise for you. If he distributes the money of the province as cannily as that, the chances of the opposition getting back to power are mighty slim. Whitney dan t spare Matheson. At the same time the baby show judges the world over are grateful to the Colonel for his solution of a naety problem the judging of babies with- out giving- offence to a single mother. electors vote next Monday to decide whether a Board of Control shall be established or not and all friends of good government will earnestly pray that the metropolis of the Dominion will act wisely. Side OUR POINT OF VIEW It is up to Peary or Cook to an- nounce that they planted sweet peas at the Pole. Chicago -women fought a duel but the weapons used not hairpins. were pistols and ..It is a crime on the part of parents to allow children to use rifles or other such weapons. Every day the des- patches tell us of young lives lost by careless handling of rifles. Cowley is on the map bigger and better than ever now. It has a news- paper, the Cowley Chronicle, and if it.keeps up the standard established in its first. issue it ;ought to succeed. exclaimed a Suffragette, "is the equal of man in every re- spect." "Oh, I -don't replied a man in the audience; "it takes> man to put an angle worm ou a fish hook." Free Press. we are sure You know Van I tljjink of a good dinner tonight. my new English butler does the en- tire catering for the household. Can you rely on him Van Not always, but this I requested him to send up somethig nfrom the kitchen Puck. John, the hens have scratch- ed up that egg plant seed you sowed. Darn 'em! Jealousy, I sup- Boston Transcript. Indispensable i Company Director: We have divid- The' interviewer seems to be up the work so that each one of ling Peary up. The explorer ought to the directors has a fair share to do. keep his mouth closed until he has! Biggins .secretary, I am treasurer] his'Story fully rehearsed. -and Spriggs Jones.: "Why Spriggs is so deaf that What Car of Five Roses Flour On Track To-day The Bentley Go, Ltd. Itsletlf iri letiii AMATEUR The quality of your photos depends on the film ENSIGN FILMS give good results every time. Thorough- ly tested and tried. Try one and you won't want any other We sell them at The PEOPLE'S DRUG STORE NORTH WARD W.P.J. ALEXANDER, Phone 446 Prescription Specialist. Night Bell Graduate Druffist and 'Optician. MRS. W. P. J. ALEXANDER, A T C M A O C M .-Graduate Toronto Conservatory of Gold Med- alist, Ontario Conservatory of Mus- ic, Whitby, is prepared to accept a limited number of pupils in voice culture and1 piano instruction. Concert engagements accepted. Ad- dress People's Drag Store, West- minster Road. P. 0. Box 1843. Phone 445. Every business man ought to take in the get acquainted excursion of the Board of Trade to the coun- 1 try. It will do you good. i he can't hear thunder, he CSrnpanr. rH "Oh, .-tii thi plaints are offered "to him." Separata Ideals Lethbridge's building permits for f "Why did v-- 1 m-ver mar 1909 will easily pass the milion mark, j j, quired the Id bachelor. "Well, you -te" replied single "when I t-s quite young T rs- Taft will make a. lot of votes byj sitting in the grandstand with ordin- c ary people and declining, a private I solved that I wouldn't mairy box. The American president is on to the political game even when comes to a baseball match. it j ficuit until an ideal woman. I was dii- please, but after many years i found, "Lucky beggar! And Suburban real 'estate seems to be about to rise from the dead. It had an early death last time but Leth-i bridge has grovm. wonderfully since then. "She was looking for an ideal replied the bachelor, -Tit-Bits. It would be a 'great note if Editor Willison, 01 the News, a bowler -of note, was to stow away amongst his prize? this year the trophy in the Globe's Scotch jDoubles Competition. That would from the old f like getting money home, wouldn't it? A Japanese, merchant on giving up business in Toronto donated each to three institutions in, the city. That kind of a Jap should ,not be excluded from the country. He is better than a heap of Canadians. MONTREAL'S OPPORTUNITY As Canadians we have long boast- ed of the cleanliness of our munici- pal governments. Black spots there have "been in a few instances, but nothing to attract worldwide 'at- tention until .the revelations in the Montreal Civic Inquiry. The tales told-thereJiavp been as bad in many instances -as the revelations of cor- ruption in. San Francisco and Pitts- burg. Thank goodness, the best citi- zens of Montreal, French and "Eng- are aroused to the seriousness uf Ihe situation and art- -uniting in an effort to change the form oi munici- pal government by placing- a Board of Control with wide powers at the head of affairs. Just now civic7 gov- ernment in that city _ is nearly fifty members in the council all clamoring" for expenditures in their respective At a public nit--ting last week in Montreal, Postmaster General" mieux and his political enemy Henri Bourassa stood upon the same plat- form and advocated the 'Board of Control idea. did not his city least, but struck from the shfuJHer. "Montreal which" ousrht reason of its .position its natural advan- tages to be thr mofi picturesque, most hygeinic, most ra ;tary and best governed city in the Dominion, today enjoys the unenviable reputation of being one of the worst-governed cities on the whole American continent" he affirmed. j, And he quoted the opinion of Lord Templeton on this point. The latter, he said, had been in Montreal twenty-five yearns ago, and since then had been around the world several times in service with his regiment. Last May Lord Templeton had asked him. to accompany him on a visit to Montreal, and when he asked the peer for his-impression of the Mon- treal of todayJv Lord Templetoa re- plied-: "I declare to you that Montre- al, perhaps the. most healthy town, best situated' from a sani- tary point of view, on the whole con- is, "after Pekin, the capital of- China, the worst town I have ever seen from a municipal point of view." a cold hard morsel for the to SIR allow but by giving it the. people boldly and honestly, Lemieux showed that he was an- xious -tboarouse his fellow citizens to the awful'" condition of -affairs and reputation the, city has. created in the'outside world.- It is to be hoped the telling of ihe truth' will make Montreal free. The Judge Cannon, who presided over the MontreaJ. Civic Inquiry, has to read a million and a half words of evidence, but -one little word "Guilty" must be uppermost in his mind even now. Keep away from the ward system.' It has been the curse of Montreal. Lathbridge ican't adopt the com- jnissiou form of government too soon. Harriman has been dead a week and the world still moves. Calgary aldermen wanted to ride deadhead on the street cars. They must be a cheap-lot. COMMANDER ROBT. PEARY Who Has Also Discovered the Pole You'll have to send for another doc said the one who had been call- ed, after a glance at the patient. "Am 1 ?o iiras gasped the sufferer. "I don't know just how ill you are, replied the man of medicine, "but 1 know you're the lawyer who cross-examined me when appeared as an expert witness. My conscience won't let me kill you and Til "be hanged if I want to cure you. Good Ledger. from the Peck Bros, livery to go' hunt- ing, drove to town as qtnpkly as possible for medical aid, while Mr. Bradbeer stayed to tor fcof. Mr. Ed Peck, an uncle of the boy, in company with Dr. Mewburn and Sergeant hired an auto and hurried'to the ascene of the accident t but life had expired a vfew minutes i before they reached him, he having i lived one hour and thirty minutes, j- never regaining consciousness. j Little Claren.qe' vras 13 6 .months, 13 days old, 'and a very bright and promising young lad, much loved by all his playmates., Mr. and Mrs. Peck and son Eddy left yesterday morning with the re- mains for Humbelport, Wis., where] little Claren'Ce will be laid at rest. The sympathy of their many friends go out to them in their sad bereavement; JOHN GEDDES GRAIN COMMISSION MERCHANT Offices: Winnipeg and Leth- bridge. Lethbridge Office: 307 Crabb street; Phone 455. G. DeC. O'GRADY, Jr. Agent. Bryan Block 426 Storage Apply: The IOITIEII ILBERTI [mm INVESTMENT CO, "How do you tell bad queried the young housewife. "I never told replied the gro cer, "but if I liad anything to tell a bad' egg-, Fd break it Spare Moments. "When I -was your said stern parent. "I had money in the bant." "Well, answered the einbarassed young1 man, "perhaps I'm your age I'll have money in the bank Star. THE LATE CLARENCE PECK The Herald has oeen requested to publish the following: While Master Clarence Peck, ond .son uf 'Mr. and jVlrs.M.L.Peck. of this city, in company with -his bro- thr-r Eddy, one year older, and their companion Eobert McKay were shoot- ing at Chin Lake, was fatally wound- ed by the accidental' discHanre of his rifle. Seemingly the Peck boys had taken their pony an3 driven to this lake, and while on the way out the pony became frightened and ran away with the boys, tipping, the buggy over, and throwing the boys out. The boy man- aged, however, to hold to the lines and the pony did riot get away. Af- ter the the other boys went to find some game, leaving little Clarence to tie his pony. After doing this Clarence went to the bug- gy to get his rifle, finding; the stock broken, threw it under-'the buggy and proceeded to hunt, with the rest of the gun. The safety guard being broken off with the stock, and the gun being loaded, it discharged before he companions, the bullet entering his left cheek and lodging somewhere above the left eye. The aid of Mr. E. late and Mr. A. Brad- beer, who were hunting at the lake at the time, was summoned and 'Mr. Tate, taking .the rig 'they had hired GIVE THE LITTLE SUCKERS A CHANCE." Or in other words, Make your Baby just as happy, healthy and comfortable as is possible, and this you can best do by getting all of Baby's Requirements, such Feeding Bottles, Nipples, Baby Powder, Puffs, Soap. Soothers', Baby Foods, Medicines, etc, at The Red Cross Drug Book Co. THE SAFE, SATISFACTORY DRUG STORE Day and Night Phone 5 Acadia Block -Sight Bell Redpath Street Thi Dispenser. Picture MONEY to LOAN on Farm Lands and City Property at 8 per cent. interest- ar- Terms of payment ranged to suit borrower Hatch Coons FA'RM LANDS AND CITY PROPERTY, Phone 159 Oliver Block The Standard Cars Washed, Pol- ished, Stored and Repaired. Open Day and Night The Standard Garage Co, Phont 343. Wood St. North City Market SUPPLIES Kibbons for all machines.. Carbon, Paper, per box 100 sheets, from ___ t Paper, ream, from Agents for the REMINGTON MACHINES to Call and get terms. WESTERN STATIONERY CO. arrived at Stock Yards J. F. Rodgers Sale Stables Wood Street. Lethbridge OVER A BOTTLE of any one of our carbonated beverages healths are pledged and good health will surely follow all who drink them, for they are the purest drinks sold. Pure water, pure cane sugar and pure fruit flavors and extjsppts only are used in their manu- facture The Lethbridge Brewing and Malting Company, Ltd. !t EXCURSION DOJtf'T FOROET THE DATE Tuesday Morning, 24.20, Sept. 21st TO THE HOME OF THE BIG RED APPLE Eleventli Excursion to the Fruit Lands ,of the Arrow Lake Orchards will start on the above date from Leth- bridge, and corresponding dates from other points, taking in the Nelson Emit Fair on the way. If you want to see this glorious country now is your chance .THE. Arrow Lake Orchards M. FREEMAN, General Agent, Lethbridgt, Alta. E. McCANDLISH, Gen. Agent, Claresholm, Alta. TJTLE TO ALL OUR LANDS. COAL Best Lump on the market, per ton Nut coal, delivered. postcard to New Mine, Royal View. F. WADDINGTON Phone 261 City Agent. Coal, Ice and PRAYING Western Transfer Co. LONG- BKOS.Proprietors Office opposite Balmoral PHONE Canada Western Chartered Corporation Ltd. Capital Fmarrclal Agents. Fiscal Agents Brokers. for s Royal Collieries Ltd AIL Standard Stocks Handled HEAD 1 mperia] Bank of Canada MEAD OFf Capital Authorized Capital Paid Up.............. Remve Fund.............................. D. R. Wilkie, "Hon. Robert J affray, Vice-President. Accounts of Municipalities, Merchants, Farmeri and Private IndivfJuali inTited. SAVINGS Attention is given to Savings Bank Deposits cf and upwards received and inter- est. Allowed irom date'of deposit. LETHBRIDGE R. SEATLE, Manager. Begin Block, Rouiod St., beside Bentley'e Store. LODGE PRIDE OF No. 2W, ALBERTA, Sons of England Benefit Society PROFESSIONAL CARDS DR. W. B. OALBRAITH-Physician Surgeon, Accoucher. 9 a.m.. 7.8 p.m. Office fU path St. Phone 53. DOCTORS MEWBURN AND DEANI -Redpath Street. a.m.. i.3. Mc.ALLY-Office Stafford J. E. Surgeon. Accoucner, Block. Hours-Til) 9 a.m.. u to 3 to 6. 7 to 8. Thone. day 343. ia the every first and the month at particulars apply W. J. Wade, W. President. Oddfedllowe' Hall third Wednesday 8 plm. For full i Fred" T. Sec.. Box 67.- IrttHrMge lerie lo, Ii? .Meets 1st and ;ird Mondays in K. of P Hall at 8 o'clock. Visiting orethren are cordially j. A8HCROFT, W.P. 24-ly GUS NEIDIG, W.i. AF. A.M., Q.R.A. Lodge RegulaT meeting eight, the third Thursday p( each month In the P. 0. Block, at' 8 p.'nv Visiting brethren will' al. waye receite a nearty-welcome. A. '0. Mewer, W.M. O. V. Btorkey. Secretary, f, 0. Box B37.j Surgeons, Toronto %Block, MISS wrd Hours 9-1 to per 12.00 pei Dfir ri a v Mn A LEGAL JOHNSTONS ters and solicitors nffi- C. F. P. CONYBEARE, Barnater, ,J3oIicitor. Cozgbeare Block. D ARCHITECTS AND IERBERT RAMSDEN-Contractorfor foundations, concrete walks base- -wS? a11 kinds .worjc. ierma reasonable Esti- matescheerfullj given. Apply Boi 630. City. UNDERTAKING ADDI80N ?i w- The wtablwhed businew in the" qSsTdS and night. RECTOR ANO EMBALMER-Cftf' nagea and 'equipmen' new and 'up to date Parlora oppoiikf flrc hall Open day and. night, phnn. P. 0. Box 493. Modern Woodmen of America Lethbridge Camp' in the Oddfellowa Hull every second and fourth "Wedneedar of the month. Visiting neighbors will al- ways receive a hearty Oomn- cillor, 0. t. Griffith; Banker, W. A. Clerk. N. L ;