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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 30, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta HERALO. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, ItOf. TE. Daily Herald Ettabiishsd 1W7 by the DailjTHerald Print- ing Co., Ltd., every lawful-evening ite office, St.. Lethbridge, Alberta. Canada. W. A. BUCHANAN Managing Director and Editor Subscription Rates Daily, one year, delivered Daily, sis months, delivered ...2.00 Daily, three delivered l.OO Daily, one month, delivered.....35 Daily, one year, by mail......3.00 Daily, six months, by mail 1.75 Daily, three months, by mail.....85 Addresses changed as often as de- iired, but both new and old ad- dresses must be given. WEEKLY every Wednesday in eight SUN FIRE The oldest Insurance Office in the world FOUNUfD A.D. 1710 BI-CENTENAttY 1910 HOME OFFICE t LONDON. ENGLAND Canadian Branch, Sun Building, Toronto, B. M. lUackburn, Manager. C. B. BOWMAN, AGENT, LETHBR IDGE, ALTA. There is something wrong somewhere for it has not come yet. portion of the cfty, and take its _ place as one of the greatest institu- I tioas for. the care of the sick in The suggestion of having a pollingr Western Canada, was laid in June, 1905, booth in the North ward for muni cipal elections is a good one an should be adopted.; It might be good thing to have a. couple more in other parts of the city. pages, and contains a summary of the world's news of the week, local tnd foreign. One "year, in Six months, in advance .........75 Three menths. in advance........50 THE DAILY HERALD Vi ou sale at the following places: Sage, J. G. Robertson Co., J. D. Higinbotham Co., speaking countries will loss Ten bank offices in Lethbridge is some indication of the faith, of 'the moneyed institutions in the city. An oil well "lias been discovered gushing in the Gulf of Mexico. The cost of boring to get the flow should be light. Many a boy all, over the English- ;J J.Johnston Young _ Ham- 'Pincher J. Mitchell. D. L McCrea. Bros. Drug Book Co J. Stafford. Fernie, 8. E. Suddaby. Crinbrook, Atcbison L. Reinecke. Grassy Tugham. Bow F. Werts.s PRAIRIE FIRES The' contLmied dry weather bringing, the usual .prairie fires anc with- them come the .usual warnings and' doubtless "will' come the usua prosecutions. "People at such times cannot be too careful for when a prai- control, serious dam- age-is the- inevitable resxilt. Al- th'ough'the country is filling up fast with settlers there are still large stret of unbroken prairie on -which a get a headway which lakes a wide fireguard to stop. The .whole responsibility does not rest .with, the people who find it ne- cessary -to use fire on the prairie oc- casionally more with those who are careless "with maches, cigar stubs, camp-fires and all such things that, are circumstances accompany- ing trips of landseekers, hunters and others travelling across the country. {friend by the recent death of George Manville Fenn, who Ixas written so many good stories for boys. The Saturday Sunset of Vancouver has just issued -what it calls a "Vig- orous Vancouver" number. The num- ber is a good one and will help to boost Vancouver. The illustrations are particularly good. GRADUATING EXERCISES AT THE MISERICORDIA HOSPITAL EDMONTON, ALBERTA. First Graduate Presented With Hos- pital Gold" Medal and tha McGib- bon Gold Medal and the McGibbon Gold Medal By Premier Rutherford and completed in March, Since that date over two thousand patients have been received and treated within its walls, thus offer- ing the best advantage for both ma- ternity and general nursing, and op- portunity not offered by any other institution, and: we are glad to say that the unrivalled opportunities; have been fully taken advantage of by you, and the brilliant course that you have taken will, we trust, be but the promise of a more brilliant future. The Premier, Hon. A-. C. Rathe ford, congratulated the trainin school staff of lecturers, the hospita authorities and the nurses for thei good work and. in the success the had attained, etc., followed by th Presentation of Gold Medals." Sen ator Roy recalled the arrival of th sisters to Edmonton nine years ago the encouragement he gave them t build a well equipped and .up-to-date hospital, .promising to patronize ix by doing all in his power to help th sisters in their good work. The sen ator remarked in a jovial way tha he was a "Founder of the institution and called elsewhere by other duties he was unable to accomplish what he had promised, .but'he found that he was advantageously replaced by the able and energetic doctors, who spared no pains to promote the wel- fare of the hospital and training school. His Lordship Bishop Legal concluded by thanking Premier Ru- therford for honoring the meeting with his presence, by congratulating Gar of Windsor Salt Car of 5 Roses Flour On track To-day The Bentley Co. Ltd, Journal) The graduating exercises of the Mis- the graduate and staff of rieordia Hospital Training School and by a special word of or Nurses, took place at the'Hos- ital on Monday evening. The grad- ate, Miss Grace- D. ''.Mills, of .De- praise TO the ladies and gentlemen who. contributed in making the mus- ical program such a success. Those present were the training roit, Michigan, was accompanied to' school staff of Dr. A. Gil- and fistail 35 ifTHBBioGE BEEF, WINE and IRON We have a special brand at a a bottle. A splendid bracing tonic. Get a bottle now at The PEOPLE'S DRUG STORE NORTH WARD W.P.J. ALEXANDER, Phont 445 Prescription Specialist. Nijhl Graduate Druggist and Optician. HOUSES FOR SALE Although the responsibility for start ing the fires may rest largely with others, the responsibility for protect- ing his own "property rests with th farmer. He has no right to leave his buildings or stacks unprotected b wide, fireguards kept fresh and clean of grass and weeds. "While the man starts a fire may be fined and even compelled ,to 'pay the damages it does not pay the farmers for -his loss and inconvenience. It is there fore up to him to take every precau tion to protect himself and his pro- perty. ie reception room by Mrs. Dr. Gil- espie. The room was decorated in old and green, the class colors. The opening remarks by His Lordship Bishop Legal, were very appropriate, WE LIVE TOGETHER "We live by -you and you Jive by -us. We'live by each other and that Winnipeg firm will get none of my printing" were the words of a Leth- bridge business man trhen in the meat which is evidence by the rapid -growth the Herald has had. It- has offer of a Winnipeg printing firm to him stationery at congratulating the hospital authori- ties and the medical "men Tvho devot- ed so "much time to the training school and interests of the hospital, lespie, Dr. McGibbon, Dr. McDon ell Dr. Wells, Dr. Redmond.. Dr Macdonald and. Dr. prov. bac teriologister. Others, Dr. Barrow prov. inspector: Dr. Whitelaw, med ical health officer; Rev. Father Mag nam, prov. superior, Winnipeg; Fa- ther Poitras, Winnipeg; Fr. Bernice Vegreville, Fr. Esther Morinsville and several.others. A large number of friends of the institution and of _. TT-T f CLLU.L. OL on .their splendad.success the. graduate TOS ako present, the the ability of their first graduate different hospitals of the city heing 15 nf> h urn OCT. crsnnTrtrr inH w c who is of the highest standing, and a "true nurse" in the real sense of the word; Dr. D. McGibBon addressed the graduate in the most eloquent and practical manner congratulating her on having attained the degree of a graduate nurse, stating the means' to attain the object of her ambition, suci the noble profession she had chosen. The doctor dwelt on the im jortant functions and positions nurse is called upon to fill both in he professional capacity and as a trust ed adviser and friend of many fam ilies and individuals towards whom he is. the only person except the piritual adviser and physician, cap- ble to exercise any influence. In .her relations toward her patients represented also by a number of graduate nurses. Miss Mills was the recipient of a valuable gift from the staff of lectur- ers. _. o- j ciu jj.lJ.VyCQ V> Uivil I local printing louses could not touch j nurse ;irust Pres5rTC a judicioter reti- He expressed the right eentiment and The Patients have ja" perfect the one which the Herald believes will be, expressed and acted upon by the great majority of the businessmen of city. The Herald lives by and for the -city and district of Lethbridge and -the" people have shown their appreciation of this-by the very liberal encourage- ment which, is evidenced by the Her- ,-aid's rapid growth it has bad. It has- its best to help other business- es to grow also and believes that at' i som-e extent at least it has helped" the period, of prosperity the of the' city bave been are enjoying. But although it has had a full share of development that has going on, the Herald like the business mfen and professional men of the city, is not yet in a position with eastern houses in prices. The Herald maintains that the business man_ of Letbbridge is entitled to a fair profit on the cost of his goods in Lethbridge and that the people of the city have a right to buy these goods at those prices in preference to buying outside at a re- duction. Moreover tne Herald has practiced what it preached. And in return has confidence that the busi- ness and professional men -will turn down the "cheap John' offer of the Winnipeg firm that is trying _to make up a "car Idt" of stationery, and has flooded the city .etters making their offer. If the local printing firms give good -value "for the money it is only fair just that the work should be to them in preference -firms who pay starvation wages to girls" or have big machines that re- quire no laoor at all to operate. right to demand that a nurse shall keep sacred facts concerning them learned in a professional capacity. While thus keeping before her the 'ideals which ought to govern her ideals which ought to govern her con- duct and course of action towards her patients and their friends. A nurse must not always expect to escape in- gratitude and If her sensibilities are keen, many darts and pin pricks wil! fall to her lot. This was followed by other remarks of counsel and learning. The doctor concluded by saying, "And never are you to take" leave of your Alma Mater it would to glance briefly on the splendid record institution which to- day sends you out as their first graduate and representative. It was on the May that four sisters and a trained nurse arrived from Montreal and located in, a small house where they received. obstetri- cal, cases only. After five years of JOHN KLING IS TICKLED TO DEATH Kansas City, Sept. Kling, the former catcher for the Cubs was placed yesterday by his former club- mates in the Pennant race. After he found that Pittsburg had-cinched the pennant, Kling said: "Well, I am tickled to death. That suits me exactly. At the beginning of the season I was pulling for ]STew! York, but I am glad' Pittsburg' won it, and not Chicago. Revenge is sweet, and I have got HOUSES FOR RENT CHOICE LOTS IN THE BUSINESS DISTRICT Just put on the Market FIRE INSURANCE LOANS Hatch Coons PARM LANDS-AND CITY PROPERTY Phone 159 Oliver Block JOHN GEDDES GRAIN COMMISSION MERCHANT Offices: Winnipeg and Leth- bridge, Lethbridge Office: 307 Crabb street; Phone 455. G. DeC. O'GRADY, Jr. Agent. !GARBIDEJ J We have just received Bryan Block Phone -425 r.e mmu IOIHNI CO. W. GALBRAITH-Phy.icun eurjeou, Accoucher. 9 a.m.. 7.8 p.m. office 914 path St. Phone 68 DOCTORS MEWBURN AND 'DCANU- -Redpath Street. v a.m.. J. E. Surgeon Accoucner, Block. Boura-TiJ] 9 a.m n to to 6. 7 to 8. Qight. 342. I "I at Koee Stafford Slock. Lethbridge. Office Hours-9.30.ia a.m.. 8.6 7-8 p.m. Ah. a large shipment of t CARBIDE. Call and get our prices on large or small quantities. e Phone 343. eCo, Wood St. ELECTRIFY ALL RAILROADS WITHIN LIMITS OF CHICAGO Chicago, Sept. ordinance providing that all' steam railroads en- tering Chicago shall be electried af- ter'January within eight miles of the city hall, was introduc- ed last night in the city council, t referred to the committee on lo- cal" transportation. The ordinance is said to have the approval of the ad- ministration and a majority of the aldermen are reported to favor it. It s said that compliance such an xrdinance would mean ure of an expendi- Social and dance on Thursday, Sep. tember 30th in Caledonian Hall. All Scotchmen and their lady friends cor- dially invited. -Dinna Forgit. 244-3 Just arrived at Stock Yards 40 Mares and Geldings ID J.F. [6fS Sale Wood Street, Lethbridge COAL Best Lump on the market, ton Nut coal, delivered. Addreis postcard to. New Barnes Mine, Royal View. F. WADDINGTON' Phone 261 City Agent. of IVES- Royal College lp' Block. Booms 6 and e. Hour 9 i MJSS G.A.DA.NTY-Graduate uurT nas opened a prlvte maternitv ho. spirits. Phone 269 JOHANNES -M. MACMjlU_IAN-P0 ?-TvverbruMen- Carl Simina, of Berlin Get many High Class Scotch specialty. Open -for rSi quets, concerts, etc.' For CARBONATED BEVEEAGES supplied by us are always of the highest and uniform quality, giv- ing the greatest amount of satis- faction to the consumer. They can be relied upon as being abso- lutely pure in all respects, of the most delicious flavors, properly charged with gas, and so carefully bottled as to insure perfect fresh- ness and effervescence The Brewing and .Malting Company, Ltd. Coal, Ice and PRAYING Western Transfer Co. IOKG- BROS-Proprietors Office opposite Balmoral c MS M o A 0 ALEXANDER, A T Toronto PHONE: Canada Western Chartered Corporation Ltd. Capital Financial Agents. Fiscal Agents Brokers. for Royal Collieries Ltd All Standard Handled HEAD B. C. F. P. CONYBEARE, K.C D C L Barrister. Solicitor, JEte Conybeare Block. L.thbridge i patient and honest -work the corner stone of this building, which repre- sents but a wing of the final build- ing that will eventually grace HUSBAND AND WIFE BATTERED EACH OTHER UP Halifax, Sept. Kayl, member of the Jt. 0. R. is at the a result of three knife wounds, and. a dose of poison, while his wife is also in the hospital with broken leg, deep scalp wound and other injuries, inflicted, it is al- leged, by her husband, during a family quarrel at home. He had only recently returned, from Glace Bay, and has been drinking heavily since. RUSSIANS AT IT TOO St. Petersburg; Sept. mil- itary dirigible balloons cruised at the same time above th.e .city today. The combined evolutions which lasted for than one hour attracted the at- tention of thousands of people. A third dirigible balloon will be -com- pleted in a few days. One of the air- j ships is of the Republis type while tms the'other is Russian. OUR POINT OF VIEW Tomorrow the cornerstone of the Alberta. Legislative building will be iruly -laid by Earl Grey. Still people are scanning the horiz- ,on annual snowstorm due be- tween and twentieth The Greatest Benefit Is derived from your Doctor's prescriptions when dispersed by our Prescription Specialist. Yourrdoctbr aims to pbt aJl his knowledge, skill, and experience into your prescription. You want it filled right, and that is our specialty. Family and Home recipes also receive our greatest care and attention. The Red Cross Drug Book Co. THE SAFE, SATISFACTORY DRUG STORE Day and Night Phone o Acadia .Night Bell Redpath Street McCplADY-The Dispenser. SAGE-The Picture Framer. Arrow Lake Orchards LODGE H A j. MACDOUGALL- Solicitor, Notary. Room lord Blk H. H. H So Mo. Owing to the for B.C. Fruit Lands, Mr. Freeman, returned froin taking a party over the lands, will leave again with another party on Tuesday morning, October 5th. Anyone wishing to join this parry will get particulars at the Company's Office, Leth- bridge Hotel Block. Arrow Lake Orchards M. FREEMAN, General Agent Sons of England Benefit Society Meets in the every first and the month a't .particulars apply W. J. Wade. W. President Qddfedllows' Hall third 'Wednesday 8 p.m. For full T- Sec.. Box 57. B. ROLFSON-Arcbiteci, Whitney Block. Boo CD Macdonald Block. Redpatb ILETHBRIDQE CALEDONIAN SOCIETY Meete Caledonian Hall, Glyn St. room open evening to 10.30, Sunday excepted. All- Scotsmen welcome. T _ T_A. L. JOHNSTON, Secy., J-H.KELUE, Box 320 Pres. Wf Calfary Specialist in Fireorcof rie lo.-U? Meets 1st and 3rd M o n d ays In.K. of P Hall at S o'clock. Visiting orethren are cordially invited. ASHCROFT, W.P. Imperial Bank of Canada HEAD TORONTO Capital Authorized nnntlnntt Capital Pafd Up Reserve Fund 1 I'JJJ'JS n R -j D- R. Hon. Robert Vioe-President. 24-ly C3US-NEIDIG, W.l. tt prepared .to free of the building and attention i, gira to A.F. A.M., Q.'R.A. Lethbridge Lodge Regular meeting -night, the third Thursday of each month la the Masonic. Hall, P. Q, Block. at S p.m. Visiting brethren wilfaL ways receive a hearty A 0. Measer, W.M. G, V. Storkey! Secretary. P. O.'Box J5J7. Modern Woodmen of America Lethbridge Camp No. 13539 Meeta in the Oddfellows Hair ettrr second and -fourth Wednesday of the month. Visiting neighbors will receive a hearty welcome. (ttllor, C. L. Griffith; Banker. W. A Olerk. N, Dowtctt. concrete walks base meats and all kinds of wort. Terms reasonable, ErtT mate3 cheerfully given. Apply BOI UNDERTAKING ADD ISDN Under takers and Embalniers. established in the city Offioe 321 Oabb St. Parlors open da, and night. T FETTERLY-FUNERAL 01- RECTOR AND EMBALMER-Car nages and equipment new up to date. Parlore opposite fire ball Open day and night. m P. 0. Box 493. i 1 ;