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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 23, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHMIMK. ALMOTA, WCDNCfDAY, ritetecby Pnotiuc Uvtai at Eouinl St.. POINT Of Alberta govenuoMut will be to next It wiii not lon until UM every point of importance in the proviuco. W. Di aii Month. liiaaibft. ipoatfc Nar, by mail lix by BAU by null US Jfc It was Col. Sam Hugiiee, a Conservative member of who declared that he preferred Hin- dus to AM ia Can- ada. The Liberal party has encour- aged the American settler to couie to i this country and now the Conjaecva- tives are try in y to moke out that these people, who are of our blood and language are not as good as Hindus. What do you think of that for political tactics? aiwd; but botti firea. old ONLY LIBERALS BARRED We are told by section of the Conservative press m tfcis province tuat it is liot t'ioe business of members of -the Alberta Government to participate ID tbe Dominion elec- tions. That is a new doctrine and is not even practiced by the cabinet ministers of Conservative govern- ments. The Opposition leader open- ed his campaign, away down on the Taber is now able to talk with the outside world, thaffka to the progres- sive policy of the Alberta govern- ment. If it had waited for the Bell Co. to act it.would have been isolat e4 for years. Isn't it about time the 13ell Tele- phone signs were taken down. They ought to be put on the scrap heap. Hon. Walter Scott says the Liber- als will sweep Saskatchewan. lie ought to know for bo" is a mighty good prophet.' Ho predicted his ma- jority in the Saskatchewan local elec Atlantic coast aud who did he have tious and was only one seat shy. to assist him? Hon. K. P. Roblin, premier of Manitoba, Hon. J. D. Ha- j Eft the he "A Competitive zen, Premier of New Brunswick, Hon. 1 Mr. Landry, a member of the Xcw Brunswick government, and Hon. W.. _ J. Hanua. provincial secretary of On- I U tario. These gentlemen, along with gplyC Hon. Mr. Bowser, of British bia, are going to accompany Hr. Bor den on the "remainder of his tour. ORIGIN OK .THE DOLLAR MARK Yet Hon. Messrs. Rutherford, Cush- oriKiu of thc mark ing, Cross and Finlay, are criticized one of-tho curios and condemned in the I1" thc da-vs of thc American campaign in Alberta. Such is the in- the St. Louis Globe-Demo consistency of the Conservative prett. crat. there, was utter confusion in the circulating medium. Several col Mr. Rutherford and his colleagues citizens of Alberta. They have every bit as much right to participate in the campaign as the humblest e tor. Senator DeVeber is also taken r-o task for assisting Mr. Simmons. When, was a rule established that 'a Senator was not to opin- ions and exert his influence for" his party friends? If k such, an understand ing exists, it does not affect. Senatoi Lougheed, or Senator Perley, or Sen ator McKeen, who presided at the Borden meeting in Halifax. Prob- ably the Conservative press have ar- ranged the matter so that 4t is only to affect Senators professing ence to Liberal principles. It -looks very much like it and has all the ap- pearance of the Conservative defini- tion of a "square deal." A PROBLEM FOR THE CITIZENS Every man in Lethbridge who has a desire to see the young men j ana boys of this city developing into real men instead of into loafers and bums would do well to consider the words uttered by Superintendent Wilson at the Cricket Club smoker last Fri- day. His words on the moral value of good clean sport caaie with dou- ble force because of the fact of his position at the-head of the police di- vision and ot his having been always the patron of good sport. When he says that manhood is develop- ed by good sport and that, it is ruined by loafing around barrooms and such places he knows what he is talking about. And when he ad- vises the city to provide a place for the recreation, of the men and boys so as to keep them from these places tHat destroy their manhood, sensible people will take- heed to his words. Lethbridge has been fairly well sup- plied with recreation grounds and the large crowds that play lacrosse, foot ball and baseball on the square ev- ery summer evening show that This particular place is appreciated. But that place will not long be available for such sports as it is in the best interests of the city to give it. more of a parklike appearance. Other plac es must be provided and -Mayor Hen- derson's proposition that the city should acquire the base- .ball park, thc fair ground.' thc lake at the east end of the city seems a feasible solution for the problem of providing places for out- door sports. One of the. great reasons why sports in summer are not engaged in by young men is that during the win ter they pet out of training and loso their interests in strenuous sports hy loafing arounrl places that good for them in no respect. overcome this difficulty and provide good recre- ation throughout the winter .f. C. A. It is doubtful if there is another city of its size in Canada that has as mam- young men with- out homes. Tt is the duly of the as a municipality ot" its bus- inessmen as employers of these young men, and of thc citizen body gener- to provide means by which these young men may make the most of themselves and attnin the highest po-, Rible standard of manhood and citi- zenship. Xo organization yet has done so much in this direction as thc V. M. C. A. The Young Men's Club of this city has tried to do the work cf a V.M.C.A. hut its space and its means have limited. A well organized V.M.C.A. with a building and financial backing would do more to the problem of clean sport and keeping the young mTVj from undesirable haunts than any other scheme. onies had authorized coins of differ ent denominations, and, besides these there were English, pence, shillings crowns, and- half crowns. Frenc coins, both from Canada and Europe Spanish coins of half a dozen denom- inations, especially reals and doub- loons; Mexican coins, in Pennsylv.on ia Dutch and German pieces and along the coast Portugese and even Italian money was often seen, brought in by seamen. The, United States mint was established in 1791, and the United States coinage became, of course, the legal tender. The mixed coinage, however, was not at once displaced, but continued in local use, so that it became necessary for mer- chants in keeping accounts to desig- nate that a bill was to be paid in UmtedStates currency, or if in mis- cellaneous coins, they were received at a discount. So, before the sum total of the bills the merchant was accustomed to write the letter Not many years now re- main to me. The suows of winter have taken the place of spring but, however I may show the ravages of my heart still remains young aud I feel that I have as much strength as over for the I .Svnicc of my country. Ill I spite of my sixty years, of i which so much has been spent i iu the service of k the Domin- i ion, I am sure that some, time i remains for me yet to oppose i thoiie sinister combinations, and especially have I a tooth for the unholy alliance be- tween the Castors and the Conservatives. Our greatest work lor the advancement fcauada is thtj -construction of the Grand Trunk Pacific, which so iriuch for our country's future, and with which I hope my name will be chiefly associated. The more we know about this line the the more we see its advantag- es to Canada. In fact, its-ad- vantages are alread being, felt, us f-vea now it is taking its part in the transporta- tion of the western wheat crop Within two years we shall see this lini! running from Monctou to Winnipeg, open- i ing up traffic to new empires of the north, where geuera- c tions yet will i to settle aud make their, liv- r lihood. I tell you in allisin- K cerity that I want to cary the t next general election in order to finish this great work, arid K when it is completed I shall be, content to say with the prophet of "Lord, now If. let Thy servant depart in at fc Sorel. tad Arrow Collars Made by theft, PeaWy b. TROY, K.Y. Tte tatty Co. ltd, Si LETmitt New Location But Same Low Prices I F. German Bctweetfr-Sage's and Roy's SINGING Miss Ursula Archer, A. R. A. M-, London, England, pupil of the em- inent teacher, William Shakespeare, late teacher of vocal music in the Halifax Conservatory of Music, etc., will receive pupils ia voice culture and vocal music on and after Sep- tember 1st at The Lethbridge Conser- vatory of Music. PIANO 2t per "U.S." signifying ney. In the hurry of writing, the "S" was often, written over" the "U" and the connecting line at the bot- tom easily dropped off, and to this present day most people unconscious- ly commemorate the original prac- tice of making the two down strokes first, then adding the Miss Margaret, M. Eraser, A. T. C. il., late of The Toronto Conservatory of Music, teacher of piane and theory 01 mnsic. Highest artistic results secured to gilted pupils. Personal consultation at The Lethbridge Con- servatory of Music on and after Au- gust 31st. 2t per LONG SENTENCE FOR BOR BLACKAHNDERS Fernie, B. C., Sept. Black Hand trial which has lasted for sev- eral days is concluded, the nine pris- oners bring found guilty. At 8 o'- clock they were brought before Judge Wilson and received the following sentences: Dominie Mazino, seven years in penitentiary. Frank Alb rru-sse, six years and six Canada Western Chartered Corporation. Ltd. Capital Financial Agents. Fiscal Agents Brokers. for Roy at Collieries Ltd. Rocco, six years and three months. S. ttruno. three years. N. Santoni, two years. All above .sentences are to be servt-d in New Westminster. A. Viiclo, one year, Nelson jail; G. Bartollo, A. Jacinto and G. Farrari, each ?ix months in Nelson jail. All Standard Stocks Handled LUMBER HOW MUCH IS THERE IN IT FOR YOU? Buy" from the South Alberta Lumber Co. Ltd. and save 15 to 20 per cent on the cost of your House, Barn or Granary The South Alberta Lumber Co. Ltd. Corner Westminster Ford MMottiieEllisoiiMiil Pkme225 P.O.Boi654 HEAD B. C. NOMINATIONS FOR COMMONS The following nominations for the Commons wore made yesterday: Dr. J. D. Reid, Cons. Allarri. Cons. Mr. Fislu-r, Lib. Ttrrebone-T. Rinfrot. Lib. Capo Johnston, Lib. Alberta Restaurant Fxor GOOD MEALS Sho) L Orders at all Hours r Prompt and Efficient Service Oliver Block Phone 228 FDR SALE Dining Room Suite (mis- sion consisting of One Buffet One Large Extension Table and Six Chairs Also numerous other things in Household Furniture These goods are almost new I I UBERftlS A meeting to organize a Young Liberal Club will be held in The LIBERAL conimr ROOMS OTT BLOCK Good I Lots Ou Westminster Road and Courtland Street For rad s One-third down and bal- ance in one and two years at 8 per cent A Limited Number Only Ite C. B. Ronai kfnc) fast affia Ita Km 211 PIOFCS81ONAL, CA1DS OR. W. I. QALBRAITH lurfatA, AccouOtar Oftlce 914 Kedptth gi. 'PboM ftl 9 a.m., S-J 7-6 p.B. NURSING Mftt. C M. OHIY Truitujd open frrr Can be found Mri. W; 0. Huttoo't. Courtland St. MADAM NORMAN Teacher of pianoforte, orfan, tat voice production. Vitilg or pupiU, fory or advauoed. Coaching for exaua. Crabb HAMtLTOM 4 YOUNG flown Whitney vnn 24 At 8.30 All young men int3restedinthe welfare of the. Liberal Party are invited to attend. 2 Lots m .North Ward For These niustbe sacrificed AT ONCE. Call'today Alberta Realty Co. tact K.C..D.C.LM 0. Morton JOHM, B. C. I. CONY BEAR E 4, JONES Barri liters, Eta Office: Conybeare Block. AKa. W. C. SIMMONb AdvoctU, BarrisUr, Eu Office: Southard Coal, Ice and PRAYING Western Transfer Co. LONG BROS.Proprietors Office opposite Balmoral PH ONE 63 J. P. Rodders Jos. A. Young FQRSALE HORSES Heavy and Light ADD I SON it SON Funeral 321 Crabb St. LETHBKIDGE, Office and Residence 102 F. B. ROLFSON ARCHITECT Room Whitney Black. JAS. A. MACDONALD ARCHITECT Macdonald Block, Radpath Ltthbridga, RODGERS Sale Stables Wood SL __vi I__I o I H E. K- o Life Supplies the Lemons We Supply !jt t the Sugar MODE: BAKERY I Apply F. KIRKHAM Bank's Store tr Bndett Street ICE CREAM SoftDriiks Fnrit iri (Mtdmai REED j Successor to G. "W. H. Keed Phone 2M Teams Wanted At Once THE TIRED HOUSEWIFE AND MOTHER welcomes a bottle of our baer. Better than tea and more it re'rof-h- es, strengthens and nourishes, gives zest to life, aids in storing up what suckling children need. Best of all, it's an inexpensive tonic per case of 34 quarU-hottles de- livered to your home. refunded on return of case and LETHBRIDGE BREWING MALTING COMPANY, Ltd tlayr Transfer Co. H. Hayraad W.jG. Hole, Props. PHONE 180 THE MISSES BROOK Fashionable Children's Clothes and Plain Sewifif 41 ArgyU Avmut Lethbridn Lodfo (39} A. F. A. M.. G. R. A. Regular meeting nifht. the thiw Thursday of month in Masonic Hall, P. 0. Block, at 8 p.m. Visiting brethren will always reeem a hearty welcome. A.C.MESSEit. W. M Secretary. P. O. Boi SS7 iirK.ofP Hall at o'clock. brethren are cordially invited. S. G. DAVIES, W.P 24-ly -T. -T. WHITE, W. S Canadian Order at Foresters The Coaltiaie Restaurant Is the place to get a good Square Meal. Everything new and clean. Ctata Eestunit's BU Still Coaldale Block. Short Orders at all Hours Ldtbrife b.262 'iii K. of P Hall but ThnrsHay of month Viiiting Brethren Welcome J. F: ROGERS, C.R A. -NEIDIG, F.8. Is now locatc-d in the building vacated by When yon get nnhappy over your tax notices and water rates, jnst fly to Sage's Bargain Counter. It is all over the place and a joy forever. Our boxes of fine Note Paper, embossed "Leth- bridtfe. Alta.J' in a Sim- mons-Magrath blue, will be sold on Saturday next from 25c each up. Sooner if opened tip. The Merchants Bank T Round Street Phone 181 Or onler from a Driver if yon want the I Best BREAD and PASTRY [tie Alberta Railway and Irrigation Company Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THE MARKET FRESH OYSTERS and SPRING CHICKENS at lots Nortk of the Eiilroad ant West of Westninter U. FROM EACH o Also a few Acre Lots East of Westminster Road, each THE HUB Watch the new Bulletin Board for the menu for each meal TERMS EASY One-third cash, one-third fi months, balance 12 months. LETHBRIDGE NO. I C. B. P. O. E. Meets CD the tecond Tueadaj inouVh at 8.15 p.m. E. A. SEARMAK. U. PRIE8T. E. R. Beentaif. Lodge Pride of Alberta, No. 293. Soas ot Eiqlaul kseflt Met) Meet, in the of BaU tTpry flfBt atut third Thursday in UK lit 8 Irtthrra come. Wai ter A ppl.ebj, F rr4 T. e Interest 6 per cent, per annum llttrti ai Ci (M letlMjc, Hta. First-class Cafe TUU IOIU DININC KODI Short Order Between Meats CARROLL DOYLE W. Bui ST. NORTH-WEST ASSOCIATION Of STATIONARY' ENGINEERS Meet in the Labor Hall erejry nnd and fourth Mondayi IA tbt month. Empli yera oerUfioaM cav ginters, and enfineem out of ment. lOnld do well to1 coma with MI. ROBERT NEVUI. GUA W. A. DlCttON, Seoetery. The Oxford Cafe Has beea Remodelled Oysters, Cigars, Fruit and Confectionery JOE FONG Proprietor ;